|Rank and organization:|| Sergeant, Company A,
66th Ohio Infantry
|Place and date:||Chancellorsville, Virginia, 2 May, 1863|
|Entered Service at:||Urbana, Ohio|
|Date of issue:||29 July, 1892|
In the Battle of Chancellorsville, he was one of a party of four under heavy fire. They voluntarily crossed the enemy lines to capture and bring back to the Union lines a wounded Confederate officer from whom valuable information was obtained concerning the position of the enemy.
This exhibit was prepared by Seymour "Sy" Brody, of Delray Beach, Florida, editor of JWV's "The Jewish Veteran," and author of Jewish Heroes of America and its sequel, Jewish Heroes and Heroines of America, © 1996. The illustrations are by Art Seiden of Woodmere, New York, a professional artist with over 300 books to his credit.
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