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Photo #70266

Last Name: Cunningham

First Name : Richard

Middle Name: Augustine

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Subject's State: MA

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Subject's Country: United States

Date: 1851-1900

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Comments: Richard Augustine Cunningham (Nee: ) | MA United States | 1851-1900 | Comments: This is a tintype taken of my great-great-grandfather, Richard Augustine Cunningham.He served as a Private in Company "I",1st MA Cavalry and Company "I", 4th MA Cavalry during the Civil War. The photograph was likely taken by a camp photographer in South Carolina early in 1862. He fought in the North Florida Expedition of 1864, The Bermuda Hundred Campaign, The Petersburg Campaign, and the Appomattox Campaign. He survived the war and died at Lynn, Massachusetts, in April of 1928.

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