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Moncena Dunn, ca 1861
|Born||September 17, 1822
|Died||June 30, 1895
West Roxbury, Massachusetts
|Known for||service in Union Army during Civil War, especially at the Battle of Fredericksburg, and for postwar testimony before Congress|
|Spouse(s)||Mary N Hicks|
|Children||Lizzie S. Dunn (b 1853)
Edwin W. Dunn (b 1859)
Moncena Dunn (born Poland, Maine Sept 17, 1822, died West Roxbury, Massachusetts June 30, 1895, age 71), was a bookkeeper and cutler inducted into the Union Army. Dunn was severely wounded at the Battle of Fredericksburg, and is known for his postwar testimony before Congress about the harsh, murderous conditions in Confederate prison camps.
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