John Frank Foullon
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John Frank FOULLON 

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Ohio

8th Ohio Independent Battery, Light Artillery

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enlisted Nov. 1861 in Sasconville, Ohio for 3 years

Discharged

mustered out with Battery Aug. 7, 1865 at Camp Dennison, Ohio; Veteran

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age 43

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Biography :  

When entering the Home in December 1868, he stated being 49 y.o., a laborer, single, no residence given, no relative given, a laborer, and suffering from internal hernia contracted at Vicksburg in November 1864. He died July 2, 1872 and is buried Home cemetery Section A Row 11 Site 53. His stone read "Fouton". The only fitting name I find is in the "Ship arrivals" is a John Foulon, student, with Father Lefevere on board Banker, from Antwerp, arrival in New York, October 20, 1841, en route for Detroit.

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Central Branch of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, Dayton,  Ohio