Knickerbockers at Devils Den, Gettysburg,
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.
William Pratt -- Doctor
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