Parker, Charles H., Born 1847, died 1876.
Unit: 3rd USCT, Company F. Mustered in 7 December 1864 (Bates) Mustered out 31 October 1865. He was wounded at Gainesville and suffered from pneumonia. Died at age 29 in Adams County. (McCauslin)
Burial location: Originally buried at Yellow Hill, Adams County, Parker was reinterred at Gettysburg National Cemetery in 1936 (McCauslin)
Samuel P. Bates, History of the Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-1865, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1868.
Debra McCauslin, "Black Civil War Veterans from Biglerville?," Adams County Historical Society, http://www.emmitsburg.net/achs/articles/war/blacks_bigerville.htm, accessed January 19, 2006.
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