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1. Source:   S1
2. Title:   GEDCOM file imported on 19 Aug 2000.
Source:   S1

Notes
a. Note:   Freedom, Sauk Co., Wisconsin, at the time of his enlistment on 4 Nov. 1861. He served in Company 'K', Second Wisconsin Infantry Regiment. Nineteen members of the 2nd Regiment were residents of Sauk County. Of these,three died from wounds in battle, and Conrad was one of those killed. Pvt. 'Plott' was killed in action on 28 Aug. 1862, at Gainesville,Virginia. (Conrad was probably buried hastily after the his death, as the Second Battle of Manassas was still raging. He and other Union casualtieswere probably disinterred after the war and buried, unidentified, in a mass grave at Arlington National Cemetery.)
Note:   Conrad 'Plott' (according to his army records) was a resident of


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