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(1811-1871) W. Middle St. An enterprising resident, he had worked as a carriage maker, opened the first photography studio in town (1852), was a drayman (teamster), and ran a freight car on the railroad. His most important legacy came after the battle, when he was hired to superintend the disinterment of Union dead from the battlefield to the Soldier’s National Cemetery.