Cemetery Works
Boulder, Colorado, USA
established 2001
Columbia Cemetery Civil War Headstone Conservation
New American Civil War Headstones
David Saunders
Private David Saunders, Company I, 52nd Penn. Infantry ; died 21Nov1905; 71 years of age.
New US Department of Veterans' Affairs 'American Civil War' marker.
Set on 10 x 13 x 2 inch dimensioned stone footing, leveled, and plumbed.
[ Dimension sandstone provided by Tribble Stone, Boulder, CO 80302. ]

David Saunders enlisted as a Private in Company I , 52nd Penn. Infantry, on 23Sept1861. He served 11 months in Company I, 52nd Penn Infantry; 23Sept1861 to 14 Aug1862.

While David Saunderswas in service, the 52nd Penn. Infantry regiment was engaged in the following battles which had a direct impact on the course of the war and / or a decisive influence on a campaign
  • siege of Yorktown, Va.,05April - 04 May 1862
  • Williamsburg, Va., 05May 1862
  • Seven Pines [aka, Fair Oaks], Va., 31May - 01Jun1862

    David Saunders was wounded on 31May1862 at Fair Oaks, Va.

    David Saunders was discharged for wounds on 14 Aug1862.

  • Historical Data Systems, Inc., Duxbury, MA 02331
  • NPS CWSSS Battle Summaries
  • NPS CWSSS Regimental Histories

    Additionally information regarding David Saunders can be found in his Boulder Genealogical Society biography hosted on the City of Boulder [Colorado, USofA], Parks & Recreation, Columbia Cemetery website.

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