Birth: Feb. 12, 1846.
Death: May 10, 1864.
Burial: New Berlin Cemetery, New Berlin, Union County, Pennsylvania.
Mustered into service on February 19,1864 as a Private in Company E. 51st Pennsylvania Infantry. Died at Philadelphia,Pennsylvania on May 11,1864.
Case 28, Private Castor Seebold, Co. E, 51st Pa.: age 19; was admitted May 7, 1861, presenting some emaciation, dry tongue, sordes ou teeth, tenderness in right iliac fossa, and restlessness, with a freiiueut pulse, 120. Next day rose-colored 8i)ot8 were observed, and he had epistaxis and diarrhoea, with a more rapid pulse. He was treated with acetate of ammonia and morphia, milk-punch, eggnog and beef-tea. He died on the 11th. Post-mortem examination four hours afterdeath: Lungs congested; heart, liver and kidneys healthy; spleen somewhat softened and congested: ileum and c;ecum very much congested; Peyer's patches and the solitary glands in the ileum much enlarged and enlarged Turner's Lane Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.