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(1793-1872) Chambersburg Street. Wearing his civilian best, and carrying a flintlock musket, Burns arrived on the firing line on July 1, and fought until wounded. A subject of poetry and story, he achieved legendary status, as the civilian "who didnít back down" from the enemy. He was a cobbler by trade and town constable.