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19563 Charles P Cox 1st New Hampshire Battery  Large folio GAR
document featuring His handwritten war record and his photo in his
GAR uniform mounted to the page. Cox recounts seeing Lincoln and
details he war records and wounds. He was slightly wounded at
Antietem, hit in the groin at Gettysburg, in the head at the
Wilderness and in the leg at Petersburg.  This will display
beautifully. $495

Charles P. Cox

Residence Manchester NH; 21 years old.

Enlisted on 8/23/1861 as a Private. On 9/26/1861 he mustered into
NH 1st Light Artillery He was Mustered Out on 9/25/1864

Other Information:
born in Holderness, NH
Member of GAR Post # 30 (William H. Smart) in Cambridgeport,
Held GAR Offices:
* Post Commander # 30
died 7/31/1923

After the War he lived in Cambridgeport, MA