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  • Killed while Escaping! Captured at Gettysburg – Wounded Three Times 111th New York Infantry

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    Killed while Escaping! Captured at Gettysburg – Wounded Three Times 111th New York Infantry - Inventory Number: ALB 292

    Original Albumen image of Union Lieutenant with period pencil inscription on the back stating: “John Lockwood – Lieut. in Civil War – was taken prisoner – on the way to the prison he endeavored to escape by jumping from the train and was immediately shot and Killed”.

    Albumen image measure 6 ¼” x 8”, small tear on left side, slight oval halo from previous period frame.  Would look great on a period frame again, great history.

     John W. Lockwood Enlisted at18 years old on 7/30/1862 at Port Byron, NY as a Sergeant into Co. "F" of the 111th NY Infantry.

    He was listed as:

    Promotions: 1st Lieut. 7/3/1863 – Capt. 5/16/1864

    * Wounded 7/3/1863 Gettysburg, PA

    * Wounded 5/6/1864 Wilderness, VA

    * POW 8/25/1864 Reams' Station, VA

    * Wounded (Trying to escape the enemy)

    *He Died of Wounds 

    Comes housed in 12 x 16 riker display case with black velvet and descriptive card.

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    Inventory Number: ALB 292