. The story of the Twenty-first Regiment, Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, during the Civil War, 1861-1865 [electronic resource] . Mismg. The End of the War. 429 MEDALS OF HONOR. The following members of the regiment have been grantedmedals of honor by the War Department, for gallant conductin battle: Private Wallace A. Beckwith,—Awarded February 15.1S97, action at Fredericksburg, Va., December 13, 1862 ; forgallantly responding to a call for volunteers to man a battery, j>erving with great heroism until the termination of the engagement. Lieutenant F Clarence Buck,—Awarded April 6, 1S65,act

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. The story of the Twenty-first Regiment, Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, during the Civil War, 1861-1865 [electronic resource] . Mismg. The End of the War. 429 MEDALS OF HONOR. The following members of the regiment have been grantedmedals of honor by the War Department, for gallant conductin battle: Private Wallace A. Beckwith,—Awarded February 15.1S97, action at Fredericksburg, Va., December 13, 1862 ; forgallantly responding to a call for volunteers to man a battery, j>erving with great heroism until the termination of the engagement. Lieutenant F Clarence Buck,—Awarded April 6, 1S65,act

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