Knickerbockers at Devils Den, Gettysburg, PA
Sons of Alvin Knickerbocker
From an old photograph in the possession of Dave Knickerbocker
Thanks to George Walker for Digitization

Writing on back of photo:  Taken at Devil's Den,near Gettysburgh, PA
"Alvin Knickerbocker Brothers".

RUDOLPH KNICKERBOCKER: A firing squad of Co. E. of 137th Regiment, Capt.
Gailer's Co. Paid Last Honors of the dead. Served 4 years during the Civil
War. Eldridge Post 199 G. A. R. Whitney Point, Died July 26, 1929 at the age of 80.

WILLIAM E. KNICKERBOCKER: Served 4 years with the Union Army during the
Civil War. Member of the Eldridge Post G. A. R. Died at the age of 69.
(Note: Serve with 50th NYS Volunteer Engineers)

FRANK KNICKERBOCKER: Contracted measles and caught cold while laying
Pontoon Bridge. Died, Brought home and buried. Buried first by Army then
taken up and brought home and buried (Note: Served with the 50th NYS
Volunteer Engineers; buried at Evergreen Cemetery, Owego, Tioga County, New York)

Marshall Pratt - Vet.

Putmen Pratt

William Pratt -- Doctor

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