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2nd Mass. Infantry STENCIL – severely wounded at Gettysburg

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The Civil War marking stencil of Pvt. William Hyde of Co. D 2nd Mass. Infantry. A 25 year old resident of West Boylston, MA when he enlisted and was mustered in on May 25, 1861, William Hyde’s 2nd Mass Infantry would see extensive combat at such actions as Winchester, Cedar Mountain, Antietam , Chancellorsville and others before the battle ofGettysburg where on July 3rd he would suffer a severe wound of the left shoulder (see: The Medical and Surgical History of the Civil War) when the 2nd Mass. Volunteers made an attack against the Confederate troops at the base of Culp's Hill, near Spangler Spring. Pvt. Hyde was discharged for wounds on June 24, 1864 and returned to West Boylston where he died in 1872 at the young age of 35. He was buried there in Mount Vernon Cemetery.
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