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Chapman served as a captain in the 27th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, and was killed in the Wheatfield at the Battle of Gettysburg. Today, there is a marker in the Gettysburg National Military Park approximating where he fell. He is interred in the Grove Street Cemetery, New Haven, Connecticut.
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