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Monday, June 20, 2016

June 20, 2016

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The High Water Mark is one of the few places on the field where you can see not only cannon but also caissons. This particular set is located across Hancock Avenue from the Angle, and in the distance is the Peter Frey farm. While the farmhouse is original, the barn sadly is not. Only the power-lines along Cemetery Ridge give any indication of the modern era.


Co. B, 14TH Tennessee Infantry

Born 1835 --- Died August 10, 1863 at age 28

2ND Lt. Hicks enlisted in May 1861. Mortally wounded at Gettysburg, he was captured and taken to the hospital at Chester, Pennsylvania, where he later died. He was buried at Philadelphia National Cemetery.

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