Mustered into service as a Private on January 27th, 1864
Died 17 January 1865
Buried Annapolis Natioanl Cemetery, Annapolis Maryland
Photo by Eric Lowman
Private Garrett was captured in battle and would spend time in rebel prison camps. He was released but would die of pneumonia and diarrhea while in Hospital Number 1 at Annapolis Maryland.
He left behind a widow Sena and a 5 month old son Charles W.