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A List of Graves of

Civilian Who Died Through Direct Service to the Military

Grave of Civilian Edwrad McSherry, 1898

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Note: This list is for the graves of civilians who died as a direct result of their service in some sort of official capacity, such as clergy serving at military camps, members of civilian welfare organizations, sanitary commissions etc.

McSHERRY, EDWARD F., Chaplain,
 Died from typhoid fever contracted while serving as a civilian chaplain at Camp Alger (December 5, 1875 - September 24, 1898)(Greenwood Cemetery, Lancaster, Lancaster Co., PA)*

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