Theodore P. Willingmyre was the youngest of 5 brothers who served during the war and he was wounded in the arm at Antietam while serving as Private, Company K, 90th Pennsylvania Infantry. Another brother, Charles W. Willingmyre, was also on the Campaign, with the 118th Pennsylvania Infantry, and he was captured in action nearby at Shepherdstown Ford. This impressive memorial to the brothers was placed in the Susquehanna section of Palmer Cemetery in Philadelphia in 2013.

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