Peter Lambin, 89th Illinois Infantry, served at Franklin

My great, great grandfather was named Peter Lambin.  He was born in France in 1823.  He joined the 89th Illinois Infantry in Chicago that was formed and called the “Railroad Regiment”. He was a carpenter.  His regiment fought at Franklin and he survived.  I do not know if he was wounded, but he was mustered out June, 1865.  I have very little information about him.  He died in Chicago in 1908 and is buried there.
My email  bthbryant@gmail.com
Thanks, Beth Bryant

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