1st Wisconsin Infantry, Company C
Five members of the 1st Wisconsin Infantry, Company C, who enlisted in 1861, were captured at the Battle of Chickamauga, and escaped together from a Confederate prison. From left to right standing: Joseph Leach and Lemuel McDonald. From left to right sitting: Chauncey S. Chapman, Thomas Anderson, and John R. Schofield. This photograph was probably taken after their escape, when they were reunited in Cincinnati at the soldiers' home there.
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To see a 1914 newspaper article describing their escape from prison, go to www.wisconsinhistory.org/wlhba/articleView.asp?pg=1&id=14702.
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