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|I found out a little more on Charles Flanders ...
1st Massachusetts Heavy Artillery and saw service in the forts surrounding Washington, DC. On May 18, 1864 the regiment was called to the front near Spottsylvania, VA. they saw action on May 19, 1864 at Harris Farm. From that point on 1st MA HA was in action. Charles was wounded at Petersburg, VA on June 22, 1864 and taken prisoner. He was sent to Andersonville prison camp and died on July 17, 1864. He was buried at the National Cemetery at Andersonville in grave number 3451.