Bryon Lawton, KIA, September 14, 1862

Bryon Lawton, KIA

From Nutley (Franklin), then part of Belleville, Byron Lawton was killed in action September 14, 1862, in the Battle of South Mountain, or the Battle of Burkittsville in Central Maryland during the Maryland Campaign.

James H. Cunningham was killed in action on May 3, 1863, in the Second Battle of Fredericksburg, also known as the Second Battle of Marye’s Heights.

Sgt. John Donaldson died May 17, 1862, in the first pitched battle of the Peninsula Campaign, known as the Battle of Williamsburg, Va., and the battle of Fort Magruder.

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Nutley - September Casualties

September 6, 1950 - Nicholas Pucci
 September 10, 1944 - Anthony Di Petta
 September 14, 1862 - Byron Lawton
 September 15, 1944 - Robert Dickert
 September 16, 1944 - C. Lowell Liebau
 September 17, 1966 - Richard Bates
 September 18, 1945 - John Windheim Jr.
 September 27, 1918 - Claude Daw
 September 27, 1944 - Robert Clendinning Jr.
 September 1958 - Charles Tillou