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Private Irvin Watson Gramling, Company K, 5th Florida Infantry

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Prewar Occupations
  • Farmer
  • 5' 8.00"
  • grey eyes
  • dark hair
  • light skin

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Created by: CivilWarFlorida Administrator This user is an Administrator.          on February 25th, 2004 9:24:01 PM EST

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 Date Event Location Rank Unit  
  October 30, 1840 Born Detail
  February 20, 1862 Enlisted Tallahassee, FL Private Company K, 5th Florida Infantry Detail
  Wounded Gettysburg, PA Detail
  July 5, 1863 Captured Gettysburg, PA Detail
  Imprisoned Fort Delaware Prison, Delaware City, DE Detail
  June 10, 1865 Released on oath Detail
  October 13, 1904 Died Detail
  Interred Old Pisgah Methodist Church Cemetery, Centerville, FL Detail

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  • Natalie Bartholomew (Fairport, NY).  Private Irvin Watson Gramling, Company K, 5th Florida Infantry is Natalie's maternal great great great grandfater's brother's son(s). Natalie writes: "just found out the relation from 1974 paper I found listing the Gramling family tree. Would like to know any information on Irvin and Wilbur Wightman Gramling and any other ancesters."

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