Norwalk in the Civil War

Today I posted bios for the 73 Norwalk residents known to have died during the Civil War. Of those 73, 18 died as a result of wounds received, 22 were killed in action, 11 died of an unknown cause, 21 died of disease, and 1 died in a drowning accident. There were many more whoContinue reading “Norwalk in the Civil War”

PRIVATE LEWIS HAYDEN ARNOLD II

November 6, 1828 (Unknown location) – May 2, 1863 (Chancellorsville, VA); 35 years oldCompany F, 17th Regiment, Connecticut Volunteers.Enlisted August 13, 1862.Died May 2, 1863 of wounds received at Chancellorsville, Virginia. Buried in St. Matthew’s Parish Cemetery, Wilton, CT; right side of the old drive, Plot 41A, Row 1, Space 9. Photo by findagrave.com andContinue reading “PRIVATE LEWIS HAYDEN ARNOLD II”

PRIVATE JOSEPH H. ARMSTRONG

Unknown DOB – October 21, 1863 (Alexandria, VA); unknown ageCompany F, 17th Regiment, Connecticut Volunteers.Enlisted August 9, 1862.Died October 21, 1863 of typhoid fever at 1st Division Hospital in Alexandria, VA. Buried in Alexandria National Cemetery, 1450 Wilkes Street, Alexandria, VA; Section A, Grave 981-6