Bygones of Monroe:
Two more of Co. A. 4th Reg’t, Killed
Theodore Haberfelner, a young man formerly in the employ of Dorsch & Schafer, was killed on Sunday the 3d inst, near Fredericksburgh. He was shot while on picket duty by a rebel, concealed in a tree. His companions dispatched the rebel. Haberfelner was wounded at the first battle of Fredericksburgh, and was at home but a short time since.
Frederick Hoffman, formerly in the employ of Reisig & Bro., was also killed at the late battle of Fredericksburgh, and Fred Spath, a long time employed at the Seminary was wounded in the thigh, by a musket shot, at the same battle. All three of these young men joined Co. A. at its first formation, and have been in active service two years.
(Monroe Commercial, May 14, 1863, Page 3, Column 1)