Ceremony Culminates Farmingdale Civil War Veterans Project

On Aug. 21, 1862, Alfred and Cornelius Walters and 11 other young men from Farmingdale boarded a train at the Farmingdale Railroad Station and left Farmingdale to serve in the Union Army. They fought in many of the major battles of the American Civil War including Chancellorsville and Gettysburg as well as the battles during General Tecumseh Sherman’s March to the Sea. One hundred and forty seven years to the day, a program honoring the Walters brothers was the culminating event in the American Civil War Veterans Project.

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