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Thomas Bolton Burns

Thomas Bolton Burns

Thomas Bolton Burns, known as Bolton, (1846-1911). He was born in Clarion Co., PA the son of Stephen Duncan and Sarah McKeever Torrance Burns. He served in the Civil War in the 103rd PA Vol Inf Reg Co. K. Most of his company was captured and held prisoner at Andersonville Prison. He, at the time of the capture, had been transferred to the Veterans Reserve Corps for medical reasons, thereby escaping capture. After the war he married Mary Armstrong and lived in Adams Co., NE.


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