I took the photo in 2013
Corporal James C. Chapin enlisted in G Company, 15th Iowa Volunteer Infantry Regiment for the Civil War on October 26, 1861. They fought at Shiloh, Vicksburg, and Atlanta as part of the Army of the Tennessee.

He was veteranized (reenlisted) in December 6, 1863, and promoted to Corporal. He was wounded at Kensaw Mountain, Georgia, on June 27, 1864. He died of his wounds on July 24, 1864 in Rome, Georgia. He is buried in the Marietta National Cemetery.

Corporal James C. Chapin, Milo, Belmont Township, Warren County, Iowa, was the Great Uncle of Pearl Harlan Hullinger.

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