BACON, Amorvin H. - Private, Co. B. Enrolled 8 Sept 62 at Mansfield, Tioga Co., PA. Mustered in 15 Sept 62 at Harrisburg, PA. Absent sick since muster. Discharged 21 Nov 1862 for disability at Camp Curtain.

BAILEY, Burr Roswell - Corporal, Co. B. Born 13 Feb 1843 in Tioga Co. PA; the son of Robert Burr & Lucy (Holden) Bailey. Enlisted 1 Nov 61 at Mansfield, PA; an 18 year old Laborer from Richmond, Tioga Co., PA. Mustered in 15 Nov 61. Discharged 12 Feb 63 on Surgeon's Certificate at New Bern, NC. Married 3 July 1867 to Eliza Hillier. Died 5 July 1902 at Mansfield, PA and is buried in Prospect Cemetery, Richmond Twp, Tioga Co., PA. Headstone

BAILEY, William - Private, Co. B. Born 20 March 1842 in PA, son of John & Matilda (Huff) Bailey. Enlisted 31 Jan 62 at Mansfield, PA; a 19 year old Farmer from Roseville, Tioga Co., PA. Mustered in 31 Jan 62. Injured at Battle of Fair Oaks by falling tree limbs during artillery bombardment. Discharged 30 June 1862 on Surgeon's Certificate. Married Josephine Knapp. Veterinarian. Died 27 Feb 1912 in Lawrenceville, Tioga Co., PA. Buried in Rural Home Cemetery, Big Flatts, Chemung Co., NY.

BAIRD, Thomas Spangler - Private, Co. H. Born 23 Dec 1843 in VA, son of Rev. Isaac & Sarah (Johnson) Baird. Enlisted at age 18, a Student from Beaver Co., PA. Mustered in 12 Dec 61. Transferred to Signal Corps in April 62 near Yorktown, VA. Died 15 May 1913 at Virginia Beach, Norfolk, VA. Buried in New Hope Cemetery, Salem, Ohio. Headstone

BAKER, Christian - Private, Detachment. Enlisted as a Substitute at Pittsburgh, PA at age 30. Mustered in 27 July 63. Discharged 3 May 65.

BAKER, Henry - Private, Co. C. Enlisted 18 Sept 61 at Wampum, Lawrence Co., PA; a 20 year old Farmer from Beaver Co., PA. Mustered in 19 Oct 61. Discharged 4 Feb 63 on Surgeon's Certificate. Died 21 Oct 1910.

BAKER, James - Private, Co. C. Born 1826 in Beaver Co., PA; the son of Richard & Catherine (Thompson) Baker. Married Mary Ann Millison / Milliron on 29 June 1845 in Zelienople, Butler Co., PA. Parents of John H. & Samuel Baker also of Co. C. Enlisted 28 Oct 61 at age 36, a Farmer from Shenango Twp, Lawrence Co., PA. Mustered in 20 Dec 61. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth. Died 17 Aug 1864 of Diarrhea at the hospital in Andersonville, GA (Squad 21, 3rd Mess). Grave 6061. Headstone | Harriet Hamilton

BAKER, John H. - Private, Co. C. Born in Lawrence Co., PA, the son of James & Mary Ann (Millison / Milliron) Baker. Enlisted at age 26, a Mechanic from Big Beaver Twp, Lawrence Co., PA. Mustered in 21 Nov 61. Discharged 2 April 63 on Surgeon's Certificate at New Bern, NC. Re-enlisted 2 Jan 64 at Camp Copeland, Pittsburgh, PA. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA & Florence, SC. Died 15 Feb 1865 at Florence, SC. Buried as an unknown at Florence National Cemetery. Harriet Hamilton

BAKER, Samuel - Private, Co. C. Born 11 April 1847 in Taylor Township, Lawrence Co., PA, the son of James & Mary A (Millison / Milliron) Baker. Enlisted 1 Jan 64 at New Brighton, PA at age 17, a Farmer from Shenango Twp, Lawrence Co., PA. Samuel's father was already serving in Co. C. Samuel was captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive in Andersonville, GA for 6 months and Florence Stockade, SC for 2 months. Paroled from Florence 6 Dec 64 at Charleston, SC and sent to Annapolis, MD. Discharged 28 June 65 at Harrisburg, PA.  He married Maria Booher in 1868 and lived the rest of his life in Wampum, Lawrence Co., PA. Died 10 June 1935 at Wampum. Buried at Booher Cemetery, Shenango Twp, Lawrence Co., PA. Headstone | Harriet Hamilton

BALE, Jeremiah - Private & Wagoner, Co. H. Born in Butler Co., PA. Enlisted at age 26, a Farmer from Butler Co., PA. Mustered in 12 Dec 61 at Harrisburg, PA. Served 30 June 62 to March 64 in the Brigade or Post Commissary. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA. Taken to Salisbury, NC. Taken to Aiken’s Landing on 22 Feb 65 to be paroled. Paroled 24 Feb 65. Taken to Richmond 25 Feb 65. Arrived 28 Feb 65 at Camp Parole, Annapolis, MD. On 9 March 65 he was furloughed 30 days. Returned 21 April 65 and sent 23 April to Camp Distribution, Alexandria, VA. Boarded the Massachusetts to make the journey to the north. Drowned 23 April 1865 by a collision with the Black Diamond in the Potomac River.

BALL, William Anderson - Private, Co. B, Detachment. Born 5 Oct 1830 in Virginia, son of George & Sarah (Correll) Ball. Married Emaline Baker. Drafted at age 33. Mustered in 6 June 64 at Greensburg, PA. Discharged 3 May 65. Died 9 Dec 1919 at Ellsworth, Washington Co., PA. Buried in Fredericktown Cemetery.

BALLIETT, Thomas - Wagoner, Co. I. Born 31 Aug 1820 in Northumberland Co., PA. Enrolled 20 Dec 61 at Pittsburgh, PA; a 35 year old Laborer from Harrisburg, PA. Mustered in 30 Dec 61 as a Private. Promoted to Wagoner. During the evening of 1 July 62, Thomas was driving a team of 6 mules, riding the saddle mule. They crossed a ditch and Thomas' mule stumbled and threw him off. He was run over and broke his left leg and left shoulder. Someone put him on the side of the road and the next morning was sent to Harrison’s Landing Hospital, then to Philadelphia. Returned to Regt., but could not ride. Discharged 13 Mar 1863 on Surgeon's Certificate at Washington, DC. Died 13 June 1905. Buried in Lewisburg Cemetery, Union Co., PA.

BALUE, George W. - Private, Co. B, Detachment. Born about 1842 in PA. Drafted at age 22. Mustered in 26 May 64 at New Brighton, PA. Discharged 3 May 65. Died 7 Dec 1906 and buried in the Monongahela Cemetery, Monongahela, Washington Co., PA. Name also listed as BILYON & BILYOU. Headstone

BANNON, Joseph J. - Private, Co. G. Born in New York City, NY. Enlisted 18 Jan 62 at Bedford, PA; a 29 year old Moulder from Bedford, Co., PA. Mustered in 18 Feb 62. Taken sick at New Kent Court House. Left behind sick at White House Hospital. Arrived 2 July 62 at Fort Monroe, VA from White House, VA on the State of Maine. Sent to the Philadelphia Master Street Hospital. Discharged 23 July 1862 on Surgeon's Certificate.

BARCLAY, Thomas M. - Corporal, Co. F. Enlisted 13 Oct 61 at Beaver Co., PA; a 21 year old Farmer from Beaver Co., PA. Mustered in 9 Nov 61 as 2nd Corporal. Died 15 June 1862 at Roper's Church, VA. Also listed as BARKLEY.

BARKER, Benjamin Franklin - Private, Detachment. Born 1830 in Greene Co., PA. First enlisted 22 July 61 as a Musician in Co. F, 62nd PA Infantry. Discharged 2 Oct 62. Enlisted next 16 Oct 62 as a Musician in Co. H, 168th PA Infantry. Mustered out 23 July 63. Enlisted next in the 101st PA as a Substitute. Mustered in 13 July 63 and assigned to Camp Copeland, Pittsburgh and then transferred to Camp Reynolds. Discharged 3 May 65. Married to Mary J. Carmont. Died 8 May 1893. Buried in Union Dale Cemetery, Allegheny Co., PA. Info

BARKLEY, George W. - Private, Co. G. Born 26 Sept 1840 in Bedford Co., PA. Enrolled 9 Oct 61. Discharged 11 July 62. Enrolled next on 17 Aug 62 as a Corporal in Co. E, 138th PA Infantry. Discharged 13 June 65. Married Mattie Hartsank who died 9 June 1872, and then married Sarah Jane Ingard on 18 Feb 1874. Living in Rainsburg, Bedford Co., PA in 1890. Died 4 April 1908. Buried in Everett Cemetery, Bedford Co., PA. Obituary & Headstone

BARKMAN, Daniel - Private, Co. D. Born about 1841 in Bedford Co., PA. Enrolled 9 Oct 61 at Rainsburg, Bedford Co., PA; a 20 year old Cabinet Maker from Colerain Twp, Bedford Co., PA. Mustered in 1 Nov 61. Detailed to the 8th Independant NY Light Artillery. Discharged. Buried in Barkman Cemetery, Monroe Twp, Bedford Co., PA.

BARNES, John Wesley - Corporal, Co. H. Son of Eli Barnes. Enlisted at age 19, a Wagon Maker from Beaver Co., PA. Mustered in 12 Nov 61. Wounded in thigh & captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Died 8 July 1864 of Scorbutus in the hospital at Andersonville, GA. Grave 3051. Headstone

BARNES, Milo - Private, Co. F. Enrolled at age 21, a Farmer from Beaver Co., PA. Mustered in 18 Dec 61. Died after the Battle of White Oak Swamp; date unknown. Janet Felo

BARNES, William Conner - Private, Co. H. Born 18 May 1841 in Beaver Co., PA, the son of Levi & Elizabeth (Conner) Barnes. Enrolled 4 Oct 61 at Pittsburgh, PA at age 20, a Farmer from Beaver Co., PA. Mustered in 12 Nov 61 at Harrisburg, PA. Detached to the Artillery in April 62 near Yorktown, VA. Detailed at Norfolk, VA June - Aug 62 with the 7th NY Independent Battery of Light Artillery. Discharged 30 June 63 at Norfolk due to disability (affliction of right hip). Died 11 Aug 1863 and is buried in Bethlehem Presbyterian Cemetery, Shippingport, Beaver Co., PA.

BASLER, John - Private, Co. A. Mustered in 26 Jan 65. Mustered out 25 June 65.

BAUM, Martin L. - Private, Detachment. Born Nov 1843 in PA. Drafted at age 21. Mustered in 22 Sep 64 at Pittsburgh, PA. Discharged 3 May 65. Lived in Dravosburg, Allegheny Co., PA after the war.

BAUMAN, William - Private, Co. K. Discharged; date unknown.

BAXTER, Charles E. - Private, Co. A. Born in PA, the son of William & Charlotte Baxter. Enlisted 17 Sept 61 at Pittsburgh, PA; an 18 year old Butcher from Reserve Twp, Allegheny Co., PA. Mustered in 22 Oct 61. Died 10 Jan 1863 of Chronic Diarrhea in the hospital at Hampton, VA.

BAXTER, Elijah - Private, Co. H. Born 29 May 1844 in Beaver Co., PA, the son of Samuel & Ann (Kennedy) Baxter. Married Mary Jane Warnock. Enlisted Sept 61 at New Brighton, Beaver Co., PA; a 19 year old Farmer from Beaver Co., PA. Discharged 29 March 63 on Surgeon's Certificate due to Chronic Diarrhea & Rheumatism at Camp Wilson, Meridian Hill, Washington, DC. Enlisted next on 28 Feb 64 at New Brighton, PA in Co. M, 3d PA Heavy Artillery at age 20. Mustered out 9 Nov 65. Became totally blind in Nov 1888 at Beaver Valley St. RR Co. stable due to a kick from a horse that damaged his spine, a concussion, and also damaged his optic nerve. Died 11 Sept 1908. Buried in North Sewickley Cemetery, North Sewickley Twp, Beaver Co., PA. GAR 1424. Headstone incorrectly marked as 100th PA and 56th PA.

BEACH, Jerry John, Jr. - Private, Co. B. Enlisted 7 Nov 61 at Mansfield, Tioga Co., PA; an 18 year old Cabinet Maker from Mansfield, PA. Mustered in 16 Nov 61. Killed 30 May 1862 at Fair Oaks, VA by being shot at close range in the head while on picket duty.

BEAM, Daniel - Private & Teamster, Co. D. Born 24 Nov 1802 in Friend's Cove, Bedford Co., PA. Married Margaret Hysong. Enlisted 9 Oct 61 at Rainsburg, Bedford Co., PA stating his age as 47, and a Farmer from Bedford Co., PA. Mustered in 1 Nov 61. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Died 8 Aug 1864 at Andersonville, GA.

BEAVER, David L. - Private, Co. A. Born July 1833 in Perry Co., PA. Mustered in 29 Aug 64. Mustered out 25 June 65. Died 9 July 1900 in Blain, Perry Co., PA.

BECK, George W. - Private, Co. K. Born in Adams Co., PA. Enlisted 12 Nov 61 at Gettysburg, PA; a 19 year old Farmer from Gettysburg, PA. Mustered in 14 Dec 61. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Killed 20 April 1864 at Plymouth, NC. Conrad Snyder stated he and Beck were next to a log building during the battle at Plymouth. A shell from the CSA ALBEMARLE hit the building. A log struck Beck, breaking his neck.

BEEGLE, Daniel Frederick - 1st Lieutenant, Co. D. Born 12 Feb 1835 in Friend's Cove, Bedford Co., PA, the son of Solomon & Sarah Ann (Shaffer) Beegle. Enlisted 9 Oct `61 at Rainsburg, Bedford Co., PA; a 26 year old Merchant from Rainsburg, PA. Mustered in 1 Nov 61. On 31 May 63 at Plymouth, NC, he was assigned as Aide-de-Camp to  Gen. Wessels. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Brought from Petersburg and confined at Libby Prison, Richmond, VA on 26 April 64. Transferred 7 May 64 to Macon, GA, then to Camp Asylum, Columbia, SC, Paroled 1 March 65 at N. E. Ferry, Wilmington, NC. Escaped from prison, but was recaptured. Discharged 12 March 65; expiration of term. Married Elizabeth Jane Williams on 10 May 1865. Died 8 Sept 1906 in Kansas City, Jackson Co., Missouri. Also listed as dying 8 Sept 1909 in Friend's Cove, Bedford Co., PA. Photo

BEERS, Lawrence H. - Private, Co. B. Born Platteville, NY. Enlisted 31 Jan 62 at Mansfield, Tioga Co., PA; an 18 year old Farmer from Rutland, Tioga Co., PA. Mustered in 24 Feb 62. While at Camp Scott, Washington, DC. during target practice a percussion cap exploded. Surgeon Rush operated and he lost left eye and later returned to duty. Wounded in the left shoulder 31 May 62 at the Battle of Fair Oaks, VA. Sent to White House Landing Hospital, then to St. Josephs Hospital, Philadelphia for 6 days, then to Broad and Cherry Street Hospitals then to another Philadelphia hospital. Discharged 25 June 62. Died 15 Oct 1904. Also listed as BEARS.

BEHAM, William - Private, Co. I. Enlisted 18 Sept 61 at Pittsburgh, PA; a 26 year old Coal Miner from Pittsburgh, PA. Mustered in 19 Oct 61. Wounded at the Battle of Fair Oaks, VA. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA & Florence, SC. Died 29 Nov 1864 at Florence Stockade, SC. Buried as unknown at Florence National Cemetery.

BEIGCHEKZT, Charles - Private, Detachment. Enlisted as a Substitute at age 32. Mustered in 24 Aug 63 at Pittsburgh, PA. Discharged 3 May 65.

BEIGHLEY, Emanuel A. - Private, Co. A. Born Oct 1844 in PA, Enlisted at Pittsburgh, PA; an 18 year old Farmer from North Huntingdon Twp, Westmoreland Co., PA. Mustered in 22 Oct 61. Discharged 1 Feb 62 on Surgeon's Certificate. Died 17 June 1917 in Pittsburgh, PA and is buried in St. Peter's Lutheran Cemetery, Pittsburgh, PA.

BELL, William, Jr. - Sergeant Major, Co. K. Born 9 Jan 1842 in Menallen Twp, Adams Co., PA, the son of William & Mary Bell. Enlisted 18 Sept `61 at Gettysburg, PA; an 18 year old Carpenter from Gettysburg, PA. He also worked in his father's grist mill until his time of enlistment. Mustered in 9 Oct 61 as Private. Promoted to Corporal. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC & promoted to Sergeant. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive in Andersonville, GA, Charleston & Florence, SC. Paroled 5 Dec 64 from Florence at Charleston, SC. Reported to Annapolis Division #1 Hospital on 10 Dec 64. Furloughed 31 Dec for 30 days. Reported 8 March 65 at Camp Parole, Annapolis, MD. Transfereed 4 April to Camp Distribution. Promoted 19 April 65 to Sgt. Major. Commissioned 1 June 65 as 1st Lieut. of Co. K, but not mustered in. Mustered out 25 June 65. He married Mary, daughter of Jacob F. Lower. Although a partial invalid, due to his prison treatment, he continued to work as a Miller until his death on 3 May 1876.

BELTZ, Abraham - Private, Co. G. Born in Bedford Co., PA. Enrolled 11 Feb 62 at age 32, a Laborer from Schellsburg, Bedford Co., PA. Mustered in 17 Feb 62. Re-enlisted 4 Feb 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville & Savannah, GA. Died 3 Dec 1864 of Chronic Diarrhea onboard the transport Baltic between Savannah, GA & Baltimore, MD. Buried 6 Dec 1864 at Annapolis National Cemetery, MD. Section B, Grave # 614.

BENJAMIN, Addison P. - Private, Co. B. Born in Wisconsin. Enlisted 7 Nov 61 at Mansfield, Tioga Co., PA; an 18 year old Laborer from Mansfield, PA. Mustered in 16 Nov 61. Left 28 Feb 62 sick in hospital at Camp Winifred Scott, Washington, DC. Discharged 25 May 1862 on Surgeon's Certificate. Susan Campbell Oliver

BENNER, Henry Snyder - Captain, Co. K. Born 1 Oct 1830. Enlisted 28 Sept 61 at Gettysburg, PA; a 31 year old Granite Cutter from Gettysburg, PA. Mustered in 5 Nov 61 at Harrisburg, PA as 1st Lt. of Co. K. Slightly wounded in the left hip 31 May 62 at Fair Oaks, VA. Never confined to a hospital. On 18 Aug 62 he was detached with the Division baggage. Promoted 5 Feb 63 to Captain at New Bern, NC. Re-enlisted. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. On transfer from Andersonville to Camp Oglethorpe in Macon, GA, Benner and several others escaped, but some, including Benner, were recaptured. Held captive at Macon from 1 May to 27 July 64. Transferred to Savannah, GA from 27 July to 17 Sept 64. Transferred to Charleston, SC from 17 Sept to 1 Oct 64. Transferred next to Columbia, SC from 1 Oct 64 to 14 Feb 65. Finally transferred to Charlotte, NC where Benner escaped. Recaptured and taken to Salisbury, NC. Paroled at Salisbury and passed through the Union lines at West River, NC on 1 March 65. Commissioned 1 June 65 as Major, but not mustered. Mustered out 25 June 65. After the war, Henry married Sophie Yount of Gettysburg. "Uncle Major" Benner worked as a bank teller and eventually became a grocer. Joined Corporal Skelly Post No. 9, G.A.R., Gettysburg, Department of Pennsylvania, by Muster, April 17, 1876. He was appointed postmaster of Gettysburg in 1885. Benner was twice elected a Gettysburg town Burgess running as the candidate of the Democratic Party. He died 22 Dec 1904 at Gettysburg, PA. Photo | Bill Cole | David Thomas

BENNETT, John - Private, Co. G. Born in Allegheny Co., PA. Enrolled 21 Dec 61 at age 20, a Farmer from Elizabeth, Allegheny Co., PA. Mustered 28 Dec 61. Sick at Suffolk, VA and sent 1 Nov 62 - 28 Feb 63 to Ft. Monroe Chesapeake Hospital. Detailed as a nurse and left 17 March 63 as escort of sick men to go to New York City. Charged with desertion when he went AWOL on 6 April 63 from Ft. Monroe Chesapeake Hospital and returned Oct 63. Arrested 29 Nov 63 and returned to rejoin the company at Plymouth, NC. Re-enlisted 19 Feb 64. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA & Salisbury, NC. Sent on 22 Feb 65 from Salisbury Prison to Richmond, then 24 Feb 65 to Aikens Landing. Paroled 25 Feb 65. Sent 28 Feb 65 to Annapolis College Green Barracks, then to Camp Parole hospital on 9 March 65. Granted 30 day furlough on 24 March 65. Transferred 27 April 65 to Camp Distribution, VA. Mustered out 25 June 65. Died 28 July 1931 in Allegheny Co., PA and is buried in the Catholic Cemetery, Elizabeth, Allegheny Co., PA.

BENTLEY, Eli H. - Private, Co. K. Born in Washington, DC. Enlisted 17 Sept 61 at Gettysburg, PA; a 43 year old Coach Painter from Gettysburg, PA. Mustered in 5 Nov 61. Discharged 10 March 63 on Surgeon's Certificate at Baltimore, MD.

BEQUEATH, William Harrison - Private, Co. D. Born 14 Feb 1844 in Napier Twp, Bedford Co., PA, the son of William D & Lydia (Garlick) Bequeath. Enlisted 10 Nov 61 at Rainsburg, Bedford Co., PA; an 18 year old Farmer from Bedford Co., PA. Mustered in 6 Dec 61. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captive at Andersonville, GA. Paroled 27 Feb 65 at N. E. Ferry, Wilmington, NC. Admitted 10 March 65 to Annapolis Hospital #1, then 19 March to Baltimore Hospital. Absent at Camp Parole, Annapolis, MD at muster out. Died 7 March 1926 at Everett, PA.

BERGMAN, Henry - Private, Co. I. Born in Germany. Enlisted 17 Sept 61 at age 24 or 26, a Coal Miner from Minersville, Schuylkill Co., PA. Mustered in 27 Dec 61. During May & June 63, he was suffering with ague and fever at Plymouth and was taken off duty and placed in the Brigade bake house as an assistant. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA & Florence, SC. Paroled 13 Dec 64 at Charleston, SC. Mustered out 25 June 65. Married Louise. Died 28 July 1873. Buried in Ashland, Schuylkill Co., PA.

BESSER, John - Corporal, Co. D. Born in Franklin Co., PA. Enlisted at age 26, a Shoemaker from Franklin Co., PA. Mustered in 1 Nov 61. Wounded 31 May 62 at Fair Oaks, VA. Taken to Chesapeake General Hospital, VA until Feb 63. Promoted 5 April 63 to Corporal. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA & Florence, SC. Died 26 Oct 1864 in the Florence Stockade. Buried as an unknown in the Florence National Cemetery. Also listed as BESSEON.

BICKERSTAFF, William - Private, Co. I. Enlisted 9 Oct 61 at Pittsburgh, PA; a 22 year old Coal Miner from Pittsburgh, PA. Mustered in 19 Oct 61. Wounded 31 May 62 at Fair Oaks, VA. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA (Squad 21, 3rd Mess). Admitted to the hospital 27 Aug 64 and died 9 Sept 1864 at Andersonville, GA. Grave # 8358. Bill Bickerstaff

BILLINGSLEY, Amos Stevens - Chaplain. Born 14 Nov 1818 near East Palestine, Columbiana Co., OH, the son of Robert & Jemima (Austin) Billingsley. He graduated from Jefferson College, PA in 1847. Ordained 10 Jan 1854 as a Presbyterian Minister. He served as Pastor until Dec 1857 in the Slippery Rock Presbyterian Church near Ellwood City, Lawrence Co., PA. Mr. Billingsley was sent West by the Presbyterian Board of Home Missions. In 1858, he was the first pastor of the Prebyterian CHurch, Brownville, Nemaha Co., Nebraska Territory. Spent 1861-62 as a missionary in the Colorado Gold Fields. Assigned 21 Dec 63 as Chaplain of the 101st PA and mustered in 9 Jan 64. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. After the surrender, Rev, Billingsley requested permission from Gen. Hoke to, and did, minister to the wounded. Held captive at Libby Prison, Richmond, VA. Exchanged. On Detached Service at Fortress Monroe, VA during June 64. Appinted Hospital Chaplain at Fortres Monroe VA on 13 Feb 65. Absent on detached service when the 101st PA was mustered out. Officially mustered out Aug 1865. Married Emily Hamilton on 26 Sept 1865. Pastored the Presbyterian Church in Iberia, OH.  In 1865 he & Emily settled in Statesville, NC where he established and was pastor of the colored Presbyterian Church. President of the Board of Trustees for Biddle University. Rev. Billingsley died 12 Oct 1897 in Statesville, NC. Buried in Glenview Cemetery, East Palestine, Unity Twp, OH. Photo

BINGAMAN, James A. - Private, Co. K. Born in Adams Co., PA. First served in Co. H, 7th PA Infantry. Enrolled at age 26, a Farmer from Gettysburg, PA. Mustered in 5 Nov 61. Wounded 31 May 62 in the right leg near the ankle at Fair Oaks, VA. Unfit for duty and was detached to Annapolis Hospital in June 63. Mustered into Co. 112, 2nd Battalion, Veteran Reserve Corps. Transferred 10 Dec 63 to Co. 207, 1st Battalion VRC and sent to Clifton Barraks. Transferred 24 March 64 to Alexandria, VA. Transferred 3 Dec 64 to Co. E, 18th VRC an sent to Washington, DC. Died 31 Aug 1912 and is buried in Gettysburg National Cemetery. Grave # G-38 Pennsylvania Plot.

BIRKBECK, Thomas - Corporal, Co. C. Born in Durham Co., England. Enrolled 6 Sept 61 at age 18, a Miner from Big Beaver Twp., Lawrence, Co., PA. Mustered in 19 Oct 61 as a Private. Promoted to Corporal on 15 April 62. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Died 15 March 1865 at Camp Parole, MD shortly after parole.

BIXLER, Andrew H. - Private, Co. A. Born 1844 in PA, the son of Jacob & Ann Bixler. First enrolled 21 April 61 in Co. A, 36th PA Infantry. Discharged 27 Sept 61 for disability. Enrolled next in the 101st PA at age 18, a Farmer from North Middleton Twp, Cumberland Co., PA. Mustered in 5 Jan 62. Discharged 21 Aug 62 on Surgeon's Certificate. Enrolled next 26 June 63 into Co. F, 1st Battalion PA Infantry. Transferred 10 Jan 64 into Co. D, 187th PA Infantry. Discharged. Married Addie E. Died 22 Oct 1929. Buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Colorado Springs, El Paso Co., CO.

BLACK,  David - Private, Co. C. Son of Andrew & Mary (Johnson) Black. Enlisted at age 29, a Laborer from Wayne Twp, Lawrence Co., PA. Mustered in 28 Feb 62. Re-enlisted 3 March 64. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captive at Andersonville, GA & Florence, SC. Died or possibly killed 1 Oct 1864 in the Florence Stockade. Buried as an unknown at Florence National Cemetery. Jeanne Douglas Singo

BLACK, Matthew - Private, Co. E. Son of John & Letitia Black. Enlisted at age 40, a Mason from Allegheny Co., PA. Wounded 31 May 62 in the left leg at Fair Oaks, VA. Transferred 8 June 62 to Christian Street Hospital, Philadelphia. Never rejoined Co. Supposedly deserted and went to a hospital in Pittsburgh. Enlisted next 6 Sept 64 in Battery B, 6th PA Heavy Artillery. Mustered out 13 June 65 at Fort Ethan Allen, VA. Died 28 Feb 1885. Buried in St. Clair Cemetery, Mt. Lebanon, Allegheny Co., PA. Grave Photo

BLACK, Samuel B. - Private, Detachment, Co. B. First served in Co. A, 38th PA Infantry. Drafted at age 26. Mustered in 18 June 64 at Pittsburgh, PA. Served as Garrison Guard in Pittsburgh. Discharged 3 May 65. Died 26 Dec 1912.

BLAIR, Silas John - Color Sergeant, Co. C. Born 22 April 1830 in Big Beaver Twp, Lawrence Co., PA. Married Mary Lorain. Enlisted 6 Sept 61 at age 31, a Farmer from Big Beaver Twp, Lawrence Co., PA. Mustered in 6 Nov 61 as 2nd Sgt. Wounded by gunshot to the arm on 31 May 62 at Fair Oaks, VA. Operation on 6 June 62 by. A. A. Surgeon J. M. Brown. Died 12 July 1862 "due chiefly to purulent infection and uritative fever" at the General Hospital, Annapolis, MD. Headstone, possibly a memorial, at Wilson Cemetery, Darlington, Beaver Co., PA. GAR # 43. Mary Blair Rader

BLOCHER, Oliver H. - Corporal, Co. K. Born in Bendersville, Adams Co., PA. Enrolled at age 18, a Ladler from Gettysburg, PA. Mustered in 14 Dec 61 as a Private. Promoted April 63 to Corporal. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville & Savannah, GA. Paroled 30 Nov 64 at Savannah. Mustered out 25 June 65. Arrived 2 Dec 64 at Annapolis St. John's Hospital College. Admitted 10 Dec to Annapolis Hospital #2. Mustered out 25 June 65 at New Bern, NC. Buried in Bendersville, Adams Co., PA. Charles Blocher

BLUNT, Joseph - Listed in The History of Schuylkill Co., PA - 1881. No record of this soldier in any records.

BODINE, Albert A. - Private, Co. B. Born in Tioga Co., PA, the son of Frederick & Mary Bodine. Enrolled 19 Oct 61 at Mansfield, PA; a 20 year old Farmer from Richmond Twp, Tioga Co., PA. Mustered in 12 Nov 61. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Admitted 29 June 64 to Andersonville Hospital. Died 12 July 1864 of Typhoid at Andersonville, GA. Grave # 3216.

BOERKAMP, Henry - Private, Co. G. Born in Germany. Enlisted at age 30, a Farmer from Dry Ridge, Bedford Co., PA. Mustered in 28 Dec 61. Wounded 31 May 62 in the left hip at Fair Oaks, VA. Sent to hospital in Washington, DC. Served as Wagon Guard 18 Aug 62. Discharged 5 Feb 63 at New Bern, NC due to wounds and bad health.

BOND, John C. - Private, Co. H. Born in PA, the son of Amos & Sarah Bond. Enlisted at age 21, a Barrel Maker from New Brighton, Beaver Co., PA. Mustered in 12 Dec 61. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA & Florence, SC. Died Oct 1864 in the Florence Stockade. Buried as unknown at Florence National Cemetery.

BONNER, David - Private, Co. A. Born in Cumberland Co., PA. First served in Co. G, 130th PA. Mustered in 24 March 64 at Carlisle Barracks, PA. Sent to Roanoke, Island, NC. Absent on furlough at muster out. Buried in Cresswell Cemetery, Brushvalley Twp, Indiana Co., PA.

BOOTHE, George - Private, Detachment. Drafted at age 23. Mustered in 15 June 64 at Pittsburgh, PA. Discharged 3 May 65.

BOOTS, Edmund Rutledge - Corporal, Co. H. Born 26 Sep 1842 in North Sewickley Twp, Beaver Co., PA, the son of Edmund A. & Eliza (Jones) Boots. Enlisted 3 Sep 61 at age 19, a Teacher from Beaver Co. PA. Mustered in 29 Oct 61 as a Private. Promoted 15 Nov 62 to Corporal. Discharged 5 April 63 at New Bern, NC due to fever & ague. Mustered into Battery B, 5th PA Heavy Artillery on 20 Aug 64 as 1st Sergeant. Commissioned 10 Jan 65 as 2nd Lieutenant, Co. H, 5th PA Heavy Artillery. Mustered out 30 June 65 at Pittsburgh, PA. Died 12 Feb 1886 and is buried at Grove Cemetery, New Brighton, Beaver Co., PA. GAR # 1287. Photo | Edward Boots

BOOTS, Edward Nicholas - Regimental Quarter Master Sergeant. Born 19 Dec 1833 in North Sewickley (now Marion) Township, Beaver Co., PA. The son of Rev. John & Sylvia (Coleman) Boots. Enrolled at age 27, a Teacher from Beaver Co., PA. Mustered into Co. H on 29 Oct 61 as Sgt. Promoted 13 Nov 62 to Company QM Sgt. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC and was promoted to Regimental QM Sgt. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth. Held captive at Andersonville, GA (Squad 20, 1st Mess). Died 12 Sept 1864 of Scorbutus & starvation at Andersonville, GA. Grave # 8606. Memorial stone at North Sewickley Cemetery, Beaver Co., PA. GAR # 1412. Edward Boots

BOOTY, Peter W. - Private, Co. D. Enrolled at age 21, a Farmer from Illinois. Mustered in 6 Nov 61. Wounded 5 May 62 at the Battle of Williamsburg, VA. Discharged 17 Aug 62 due to chronic spinal inflamation at Fort McHenry, MD. Died 14 Aug 1870 of kidney disease at Colerain Twp, Bedford Co., PA. Name also spelled BOOBY.

BORDEAUX or Berdox, Henry - Private, Co. C. Born in Bordeaux, France. Enrolled at age 35, a Shoemaker from Wayne Twp, Lawrence Co., PA. Mustered in 19 Oct 61. After the Battle of Fair Oaks, VA, Henry was transported aboard the steamship S. R. Spaulding to Bellevue Hospital, New York City from Fortress Monroe, VA. Discharged on Surgeon's Certificate.

BOSLER, John - Private, Co. A. Born in Carlisle, Cumberland Co., PA. First served in Co. G, 194th PA. Enrolled in the 101st PA & mustered in 26 Jan 65 at Harrisburg, PA; an 18 year old Laborer from Columbia Co., PA. Mustered out 25 June 65. Died 1905.

BOSS, Thomas R. - Sergeant, Co. A. Enlisted 24 Aug 61 at age 18, a Student from Allegheny Co., PA. Mustered in 22 Oct 61 as Corporal. Promoted to Sgt. 1 Jan 63 and detailed as Sgt. of the Contrabands on Roanoke Island, NC and then detailed as QM. Discharged 27 Oct 64 due to expiration of term. Lived in Pittsburgh, PA & Mt. Clemens, MI after the war. Admitted 26 May 1909 to the Soldiers Home, Dayton, OH. Died 29 May 1909 of Pneumonia. Buried in St. Clair Cemetery, Mt. Lebanon, Allegheny Co., PA. Grave Photo

BOSTEDO, Curtis S. - Private, Co. A. Enrolled at age 21, a Farmer from Wilkins Twp, Allegheny Co., PA. Mustered in 22 Oct 61. Died 12 Jan or 11 Feb 1862 of Typhoid Fever at Camp Curtin, Harrisburg, PA. Buried in Section Z, Harrisburg Cemetery. Also listed as BORSTEDS.

BOTZ, Frederick - Private, Co. A. Enrolled 20 Feb 62 at Pittsburgh; a 27 year old Farmer from Perry Co., PA. Mustered in 25 Feb 62. Died of illness after Oct 1862 at Yorktown, VA. Last name may be BOLTZ.

BOWER, Christian - Private, Co. C. Born in Saxon. Enrolled at age 28, a Shoemaker from Wayne Twp, Lawrence Co., PA. Mustered in 28 Sept 62. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Died 20 Aug 1864 of Diarrhea at Andersonville, GA (Squad 22, 3rd Mess). Grave # 6279. Widow, Cassandra Hennon, married William Lowry, Captain of Co. C.

BOWERS, Charles S. - Private, Co. C. Born 20 March 1843 in Lawrence Co., PA. Enrolled 6 Sept 61 at age 18, a Farmer from Big Beaver or Wayne Twp, Lawrence Co., PA. Mustered in 6 Nov 61. Discharged 16 June 62 on Surgeon's Certificate at Columbia College Hospital, Washington, DC. Married Anna & lived in Wayne Twp, Lawrence Co., PA after the war. Died 23 Aug 1905. Buried in SLippery Rock Church Cemetery, Ellwood City, Lawrence Co., PA. Obituary & Grave Photo

BOWERS, George Washington, Jr. - Captain, Co. I. Born 3 March 1833 in Peebles Twp, Allegheny Co., PA, the son of George Washington and Hannah (Tomer) Bowers. Enlisted 18 April 1861 as an Ensign in Co. F, Washington Infantry, 13th PA Militia. Mustered in 25 April 61. Mustered out as a 2nd Lieutenant 6 Aug 61. Re-enlisted 21 Aug 61 in the 101st PA at age 29, a Carpenter from Pittsburgh, PA. Mustered in 3 Jan 62. Wounded at the Battle of Fair Oaks, VA and suffered greatly before he had medical attention. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Confined at Macon & Savannah, GA; Charleston City Jail yard, the Old Marine Hospital at Charleston, & Camp Sorghum, Columbia, SC. Escaped 3 Nov 64 from Columbia. Reached Union lines on 15 Dec 64 at Knoxville, TN. Mustered out 2 Jan 65. Discharged 9 Jan 65 at Washington, DC due to expiration of term. Died 5 April 1896 in Peebles Twp, Allegheny Co., PA (22nd Ward) and is buried in Section 22, Lot 108, Allegheny Cemetery, Lawrenceville, Allegheny Co., PA. Photo | Barbara S. Yurkshat  

BOWERS, John - Private, Co. K. Enrollled 31 Oct 61 at age 19, a Farmer from Cambria Co., PA. Mustered in 14 Oct 61. 18 Aug 62 detailed with Battery H, 1st NY Light Artillery. Returned 6 Jan 65 from artillery service. Discharged at New Bern, NC. Died 18 Dec 1924 at Birmingham, Alabama. Buried in Elmwood Cemetery.

BOWERS, Peter - Private, Detachment. Born 8 March 1833. Drafted. Mustered in 13 July 63. Mustered out 3 May 65. Died 22 March 1903. Buried in plot S-30, Spruce Cemetery, Cherryhill Twp, Indiana Co., PA.

BOWERS, William W. - Corporal, Co. C. Born 4 Oct 1839 in Beaver Co., PA. Enlisted 6 Sept 62 as a Private at age 21, a Farmer from Big Beaver or Wayne Twp, Lawrence Co., PA. Received a hernia while building a corduroy road in front of Yorktown, VA. Promoted 12 Aug 62 to Corporal. Discharged 25 Nov 62 on Surgeon's Certificate. Married Isabell. Died 1 Nov 1904 at Princeton, Lawrence Co., PA. Buried at Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Slippery Rock Twp, Lawrence County, PA.

BOYD, Joseph M. -  Private, Co. C. Born in Beaver Co., PA. Enrolled from Big Beaver Twp or Wayne Twp, Lawrence Co., PA. Mustered in 1 Feb 64 at New Brighton, PA. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Died 23 Aug 1864 at Andersonville, GA. Grave # 6701.

BOYER, Leonard - Private, Co. G. Born in PA. Son of Peter & Elizabeth (Philips) Boyer. Enrolled at age 27, a Farmer from Snowden Twp, Allegheny Co., PA. Mustered in 2 Dec 61. Wounded in the head & arm 31 May 62 at Fair Oaks, VA. Died 25 June 1862 due to his wounds in Chesapeake Hospital near Fortress Monroe, VA. Buried in Peters Creek Baptist Cemetery, Library, Allegheny Co., PA.

BRABSON, William Frank - Private, Co. I. Born 1825 in PA. Married Susannah Eckman in 1846. Enrolled 4 Jan 62 at age 36, a Miller from Harrisburg, PA. Mustered in 20 Jan 62. Taken sick with Typhoid Fever at Roper's Church, VA. Sent to Grove Hospital, Portsmouth Grove, RI. Died there 13 July 1862 of Typhoid Fever.

BRADLEY, Squire Smith - Private, Detachment. Born about 1843 in Georges Township, Fayette Co., PA, son of Patrick L. & Lydia (Hayden) Bradley. Drafted at age 24 at Greensburg, PA. Mustered in 16 July 63. Served at Camp Copeland, Pittsburgh, PA. Discharged 3 May 65. Married to Elizabeth M.

BRENIZER, LaFayette - Corporal, Co. K. Born 4 Aug 1835 in PA. He married Elizabeth Plank 22 March 1855 near Gettysburg, PA. Enlisted 21 Sept 61 at Gettysburg, PA at age 26, a Carpenter from Arendtsville, Adams Co., PA. Mustered in 5 Nov 61. From Sept 62 to Feb 63 he was acting division Quarter Master.  He became sick at Suffolk, VA and was discharged 3 March 63 as a Corporal. Enlisted again 1 Feb 64 in Chambersburg, PA as a Private in Co. B, 21st PA Cavalry. On 18 June 64 he was shot in the left side of his neck during a Cavalry charge on some fortifications at Petersburg, VA. He was sent to City Point, VA where he was then shipped to Delaup general hospital on Davids Island, NY. From there he was sent to Citizens Hospital, Philadelphia, PA to recuperate. Went back to his unit 23 Aug 64. Then on 5 April 65, he received a saber cut across his face during a cavalry engagement at Amelia Springs, VA. He was mustered out as a 1st Sgt on 8 July 65 at Lynchburg, VA. Moved to Abingdon, VA in the 1880's and his widow was living in Knoxville, TN when she died 28 Dec 1927. Lafayette died 25 March 1910 in the National Soldiers Home, Johnson City, TN. Buried in Mountain Home National Cemetery, Johnson City, TN. Section H, Row 4, Grave # 7. David Crouse

BRETZ, George Z. - Assistant Surgeon. Born 5 March 1825 in Dauphin Co., PA, the son of Jacob & Mary Ann (Boyer) Bretz. Married 23 April 1856 to Catherine Reynolds at Brooklyn, NY who died in 1860. Commissioned 4 Aug 62 as Assistant Surgeon from Carlisle, PA. Acting Post Surgeon at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC and was put in charge of and accompanied the sick & wounded from Plymouth to a hospital in Raleigh, NC. From there he was sent to Andersonville in charge of 22 wounded & sick men along with Margaret Leonard (also captured at Plymouth) who served as a Hospital Matron. Paroled 23 Sept 64 at Charleston, SC. Commissioned as Surgeon 20 June 65 but not mustered in as such. Mustered out 25 June 65 at New Bern, NC. Commissioned 24 July 65 as Assistant Surgeon of the 7th PA Cavalry. Mustered out 23 Aug 65. Died 4 Dec 1909 in New York City. Buried in Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY.

BRIGHT, Adam - Corporal, Co. K. Born 19 June 1834 in Allegheny Co., PA; son of Peter and Margaret V. Bright. Enrolled at Philadelphia, PA. Mustered in 16 Oct 62 as a Private. Promoted 23 April 63 to Corporal. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Died 7 Sept 1864 at Andersonville, GA (Squad 21, 1st Mess). Grave # 8073. Memorial stone in Bright Cemetery, Oakmont, Allegheny Co., PA. Memorial Marker Photo

BRIGHTON, Samuel - Private, Co. I. First served in the U. S. Marine Corps during the Mexican War. Enrolled in the 101st PA at age 37, a Laborer from Pittsburgh, PA. Mustered in 15 Oct 61. Detached duty with the 2nd Brigade, 8th NY Independent Battery of Light Artillery. Returned 30 Jan 64 to the 101st. Transferred 12 March 64 to Co. I, 22nd Veteran Reserve Corps. Died 29 March 1911 in Columbus, OH. Buried in Ferncliff Cemetery.

BRINEY, Simon P. - Private, Co. G. Born 1 March 1842 in Armstrong Co., PA, son of Henry & Hannah Briney. Enrolled at age 19, a Farmer from Armstrong Co., PA. Mustered in 2 Dec 61. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Paroled 16 Dec 64 at Charleston, SC. Mustered out 25 June 65. Died 25 Feb 1908 at Manorville, Armstrong Co., PA. Buried at St. Michael's Lutheran Church, Brick Church, Burrell Twp, Armstrong Co., PA.

BRISCOE, William Terry - Private, Co. C. His wife deserted him and the children in 1862. Enrolled from Big Beaver Twp, Lawrence Co., PA. Mustered in 28 Sep 62. Re-enlisted. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA. Paroled 16 Dec 64 at Charleston, SC. Mustered out 25 June 65. After the war he lived in Shenango Twp, Lawrence Co., PA where he died 20 Feb 1866. Connie Finley

BROMAN, Matthias A. - Private, Co. H. Born 13 March 1843 in Cranberry Twp, Butler Co., PA, son of Valentine & Sarah A. Broman. Enrolled at age 18, a Farmer from Butler Co., PA. Mustered in 12 Nov 61. Re-enlisted 27 Feb 64. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA & Florence, SC. Died 18 Feb 1865 at the Florence Stockade. Buried as an unknown at Florence National Cemetery. Memorial marker.

BROWER, Charles - Private, Co. G. Enrolled 29 Nov 61 at Camp Curtin, a 28 year old Farmer from Dauphin Co., PA. Mustered in 2 Dec 61. Deserted March 1862. Also listed as BOWER & BROWERS.

BROWER, Charles - Private, Co. I. Born in New York City. Enrolled 9 Sept 61 at age 19, a Machinist from Pittsburgh, PA. Mustered in 15 Oct 61. Deserted 12 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Also listed as BOWER & BROWERS.

BROWERS, Johnson - Private, Co. I. Enrolled 1 Oct 61 at Pittsburgh, PA. Mustered in 15 Oct 61. Deserted in 1861 at Harrisburg, PA.

BROWN, Alonzo - Corporal, Co. H. Son of Peter & Martha Brown. Enrolled 21 Oct 61 at age 19, a Boatman from Beaver Co., PA. Mustered in 27 Oct 61 as a Private. Promoted 1 Jan 64 to Corporal. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Admitted 4 Aug 64 to hospital at Andersonville. Died 10 Sept 1864 of Dysentery & Chronic Diarrhea at Andersonville, GA (Squad 96, 2nd Mess). Grave # 8356.

BROWN, David T. - Private, Detachment. Born 3 Sept 1841 in Bucks Co., PA, son of George & Ann E Brown. Drafted. Married Hannah A. Stunrpt. Mustered in 1 June 64 at Greensburg, Westmoreland Co., PA. Mustered out 3 May 65. Died 22 Nov 1899 in Rochester Mills, Indiana Co., PA. Buried in plot S-126, Pine Grove Cemetery, Canoe Twp, Indiana Co., PA.

BROWN, George L. - 1st Lieutenant, Co. I. Born 6 Dec 1838 at Milton, PA. Enlisted as a Private in Co. I on 14 Sept 61 at age 23, a Clerk from Northumberland Co., PA. Mustered in 3 Jan 62. Promoted to 2nd Lieut. on 1 Jan 62. After the Battle of Fair Oaks, VA was transported aboard the steamship S. R. Spaulding to Bellevue Hospital, New York City from Fortress Monroe, VA. Commissioned 1st Lieut. on 1 March 63. Wounded in the left breast & arm by minnie ball and captured 20 April 64 at Fort Compher, Plymouth, NC. Sent to field hospital of the 8th NC. The following day was sent to the hospital at Plymouth. Due to wounds, was kept at Plymouth until able to travel. Sent 6 May 64 to Weldon, NC. On 17 May he was sent to the hospital at Macon, GA. Then held captive at Charleston City Jail yard and the Old Marine Hospital at Charleston, SC; Columbia, SC; Charlotte, Raleigh and Goldsboro, NC. Escaped 4 times & recaptured twice by bloodhounds. One of his escapes was on 3 Nov 64 from Camp Sorghum at Columbia, SC. He was out 17 days before being recaptured in east TN. Paroled for exchange 1 March 65. Mustered out 15 Mar 65 at Washington, DC. Married Rachel J. Moore on 1 May 1866. Commander Post # 17, GAR, Minersville, Schuylkill Co., PA. Died 11 July 1914. Buried in Minersville Cemetery (near S. 5th & Sunbury), Minersville, Schuylkill Co., PA.

BROWN, Harvey - Private, Co. F. Born in Beaver Co., PA, the son of Samuel Brown. Enrolled 5 Nov 61 at Beaver, PA, an 18 year old Farmer from Columbiana Co., PA. Mustered in 9 Nov 61. Re-enlisted 27 Feb 64. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA. Admitted 19 Aug 64 to the hospital for Atrophia. Returned to the stockade. Died 20 Sept or 15 Oct 1864 at Andersonville, GA (Squad 21, 2nd Mess).

BROWN, Jacob D. - Corporal, Co. D. Born 2 Jan 1838 in Maria Forge, Bedford Co., PA, the son of George Frye & Elizabeth (Detwiler) Brown. Enrolled 24 April 61 in Co. I, 14th PA Infantry. Discharged 5 Aug 61 at Carlisle, PA. Enrolled 31 Jan 62 in the 101st PA at age 24, a Farmer from Bedford Co., PA. Mustered in 8 Feb 62 as a Private, Promoted July 63 to Corporal. Re-enlisted 27 Feb 64. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA and then sent 16 Sept 64 to Florence, SC. Paroled 6 Dec 64 at Charleston, SC. Discharged 12 June 65. Served as a witness at the Wirz trial. Married 21 Nov 1865 to Catherine Delilah Glenn. Died 26 Nov 1921 in Woodbury, Bedford Co., PA. Buried 29 Nov 1921 in Potter Creek Cemetery, Bedford Co., PA. HeadstoneBattle of Plymouth account by Corporal Jacob D. Brown

BROWN, John W. - Musician, Co. D & B. Born 2 Nov 1836 in Bedford Co., PA, the son of George Frye & Elizabeth (Detwiler) Brown. Enrolled 31 Jan 62 at age 25, a Shoemaker from Bedford Co., PA. Mustered in 8 Feb 62, Co. D. Transferred 1 Jan 64 to Co. B. Re-enlisted 27 Feb 64. Married 12 April 64 to Emily A., dau. of James & Maria (Merritt) Atkins at Plymouth, NC by Chaplain Dixon, 16th CT. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held Captive at Andersonville, GA & Florence, SC. Paroled 27 Feb 65 at NE Ferry, Wilmington, NC. Discharged 20 June 65. Died 5 Dec 1903 in Gibsonburg, Sandusky Co., OH. Buried in West Union Cemetery. Headstone

BROWN, Joseph L. - Private, Co. G. Born 28 March 1828 in Bedford Co., PA. Enrolled 8 Oct 61 at age 31 from Bedford Co., PA. Mustered in 20 Dec 61. Wounded in the right arm at Fair Oaks, VA. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Wounded 19 April 64 on his head and left ankle outside Fort Compher by a shell from CSA ALBEMARLE. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA & Florence, SC. Paroled 26 Feb 65 at NE Ferry, Wilmington, NC. Mustered out 25 June 65. Died 5 Jan 1908 and is buried at Schellsburg Cemetery, Bedford Co., PA.

BROWN, Samuel D. - Private, Co. D. Born 9 Jan 1842 in Woodbury Twp, Bedford Co., PA, the son of George Frye & Elizabeth (Detwiler) Brown. Enrolled 9 Oct 61 at age 19, Blacksmith from Bedford Co., PA. Mustered in 1 Nov 61. Re-enlisted 27 Feb 64. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA & Florence, SC. Assigned to the Wood Squad at Florence. Paroled 11 Dec 64 at Charleston, SC. Discharged 13 June 65. Served as a witness at the Wirz trial. Died 12 Oct 1897 near Hollidaysburg, Bedford Co., PA. Buried in Potter Creek Cemetery, Woodbury Twp, Bedford Co., PA. Headstone

BROWN, Theodore M. - Private, Detachment. Born in NY. First enrolled 10 June 61 in Co. H, 19th IL Infantry from Geneseo, Henry Co., IL. Mustered out 9 July 64 at Chicago, IL.  Enlisted next in the 101st PA as a Substitute. Mustered in 9 Feb 65. Discharged 3 May 65 at Pittsburgh, PA. Lived in Kansas City, MO after the war. Admitted 8 Dec 1903 to the Soldiers Home at Leavenworth, KS. Died 30 Jan 1906 of cerebral hemorrhage. Buried in Fort Leavenworth National Cemetery. Grave # 2886.

BROWN, William A. - Private, Detachment. Married Leah S. Drafted at age 20. Mustered in 27 June 64 at New Brighton, PA. Discharged 3 May 65. Died 13 July 1912 at Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA.

BRUCE, James R. - Sergeant, Co. F. Born about 1836 in PA. Enrolled 7 Dec 61 at age 26, a Farmer from Beaver Co., PA. Mustered in 18 Dec 61 as a Private. Promoted 4 Sept 63 to Corporal. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 and promoted to Sgt. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Died 10 Sep 1864 at Andersonville, GA (Squad 21, 2nd Mess). Grave # 8363. Also listed as John BRUCE.

BRUCE, John - Private, Co. C. Born about 1836 in Lawrence Co., PA, the son of Isaac & Nancy Bruce. Enrolled 6 Sept 61 at age 26, a Farmer from Big Beaver Twp, Lawrence Co., PA. Mustered in 19 Oct 61. Re-enlisted. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Died 12 Aug 1864 at Andersonville, GA (Squad 79, 1st Mess). Grave # 5416.

BRUNNER, Eli C. - Private, Co. E. Born in PA, the son of Ephraim & Anna Margaret (Deeds) Brunner. Enrolled 15 Sept 61 at age 34, a Farmer from Plum Twp, Allegheny Co., PA. Mustered in 5 Nov 61. Wou nded 31 May 1862 at Fair Oaks, VA. May have been killed, taken prisoner, or sent North to hospital. Missing. Edward Boots

BRUNNER, John B. - Private, Co. E. Born in PA, the son of Ephraim & Anna Margaret (Deeds) Brunner. Enrolled 12 Oct 61 at age 30, a Tinner from Allegheny Co., PA. Due to illness, he was taken from Yorktown, VA to Fort Monroe, VA on the Hospital ship St. Mark. Died 2 Aug 1862 inFt. Wood Hospital on Bedloe's Island, NY. Buried in Cypress Hill Cemetery, Long Island, NY. Widow Ada Porter living in Pittsburgh in 1890. Edward Boots

BUCK, Daniel - Private, Co. K. Enlisted 31 Oct 61; a 27 year old Laborer from Cambria Co., PA. Mustered in 14 Dec 61. Deserted 1 Feb 62 at Harrisburg, PA. Also listed as Absent with Leave at Co. muster out.

BUMBAUGH, George W. - Private, Co. A. Born 1840 in Perry Co., PA. Enlisted at age 22, a Moulder from Perry Co., PA. Mustered in 17 Nov 64. Detached 18 Aug 62 as Division Teamster. Returned March 63. May to Aug 63 detailed as ship Captain on steamer Dolly at Plymouth, NC. Re-enlisted 24 Feb 64 at Roanoke Island, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA & Florence Stockade, SC. Escaped from Florence 5 Oct 64. Recaptured 4 Nov 64 near Clinton, NC; giving a fictitious name & regiment. Paroled from Florence during Nov 64 as George H. Dunbar, 85th NY, Co. A. Paroled 16 Dec 64 at Charleston, SC. At Camp Parole, Annapolis, MD when Co. A mustered out. Died 2 Aug 1911. Buried in Grandview Cemetery, Salem, Ohio.

BUNER, Richard - Private, Detachment. First served in Co. E, 38th PA. Enrolled as a Substitute. Mustered in 21 July 63. Discharged 3 May 65.

BURKE, Daniel H. - Private, Co. A. Born May 1845 in Ireland, the son of John & Catherine (Hansbury) Burke. Married Sarah A. Enrolled 6 Aug 62. Mustered in 12 Aug 62. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Escaped 22 Feb 65 at Wilmington, NC. Mustered out 25 June 65. Assigned 6 Dec 65 in the Ordnance Dept., U.S. Army, Allegheny Arsenal, Pittsburgh. Discharged 5 Dec 66. Died 7 Oct 1902 in St. Francis Hospital, Pittsburgh. Buried in Union Dale Cemetery.

BURLEY, III, Ebenezer -  Private, Co. B. Born 30 May 1801 in PA; a son of Ebenezer & Eunice Burley. Married Zora Johnson. Enrolled 14 Oct 61 at age 60, a Farmer from Richmond, Tioga Co., PA. Mustered in 12 Nov 61. Died 22 July 1862 at U.S. Army General Hospital #40 George Street, Philadelphia, PA. Buried in Section B, Grave #26, Philadelphia National Cemetery. Burley Family History

BURNET, John Henry - Private, Co. H. Born about 1843 in Beaver Co., PA. Enrolled 30 Sept 61 at age 18, a Farmhand for James Marshall from North Sewickley Twp, Beaver Co., PA. Mustered in 29 Oct 61. Re-enlisted 27 Feb 64. Wounded through the chest 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Died 21 April 1864 at Plymouth, NC.

BURTON, Joseph - Private, Co. C. Enrolled & mustered in 1 Feb 62 at Wampum, Lawrence Co., PA, a 20 year old Farmer. Assigned 18 Aug 62 to Brigade Commissary. Detached Nov 62 to Provost Guard. Re-enlisted 31 March 64. Captured 20 April `64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA & Florence, SC. Died 10 Oct 1864 at Florence. Buried as an unknown in Florence National Cemetery.

BUSH, Bernard - Musician - Fifer, Co. C & Private, Co. F. Born in Beaver Co., PA. Enrolled 30 Sept 61 at age 19, a Farmer from Darlington, Beaver Co., PA. Mustered 19 Oct 61 into Co. C. Transferred April 62 to Co. F. Discharged 64 on Surgeon's Certificate due to general disability. Enlisted next 30 April 64 in Battery B, 3d PA Heavy Artillery. Mustered out 11 July 65. Died 10 July 1909 and is buried in Chapman Private Cemetery, Big Beaver Twp, Beaver Co., PA. GAR # 47.

BUSH, Edward - Private, Co. F. Born about 1843 in Beaver Co., PA, the son of William & Mary Bush. Enrolled 18 Feb 64 at New Brighton, PA; an 18 year old Farmer from Lawrence Co., PA. Mustered in 22 Feb 64. Discharged 11 June 64 on SUrgeon's Certificate at Pittsburgh General Hospital. Buried in Dillworth Cemetery, Darlington, Beaver Co., PA.

BUSHMAN, Thomas - 1st Sergeant, Co. K. Born 5 July 1840 near Fairfield, Adams Co., PA; the son of William & Apalonia (Sanders) Bushman. Enrolled 18 Sept 61 at age 21, a Carpenter from Gettysburg, PA. Mustered in 14 Dec 61 as Sgt. Promoted 1 March 63 to 1st Sgt. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA; Charleston & Florence, SC. Paroled 27 Feb 65 at NE Ferry, Wilmington, NC. Commissioned 18 May 65 as 1st Lieut, Adjutant Co. K. Mustered out 25 June 65. On 27 Nov 1865 he married Sallie A. Lower. Thomas died 28 March 1918. Buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery, Altoona, Blair Co., PA.

BUTCHER, David - Private. Not on any roster. Died 24 Oct 1891 and is buried in Union Dale Cemetery, Allegheny Co., PA.

BUTTS, Dyer Johnson - Sergeant, Co. B. Born 22 Aug 1829 at Norwich, CT; the son of Lorin & Harriet (Hyde) Butts. Enrolled 14 Oct 61 at age 33, a Farmer from Richmond Twp, Tioga Co., PA. Mustered in 12 Nov 61 as a Private. Promoted 30 Dec 61 to Corporal. May - June 62 - Detailed at Yorktown, VA as a clerk in the Commissary Dept. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA until 11 Sept 64, when he was transferred to Charleston and then on to Florence, SC and Goldsboro, NC. Paroled 26 Feb 65 at NE Ferry, Wilmington, NC. Taken to Camp Parole, Annapolis, MD and then in hospitals at Baltimore, MD & Philadelphia, PA. Received commission as Captain. Mustered out 25 June 65. Discharged 6 July 65 at Philadelphia, PA. Married Francis A. Cochran on 17 Dec 1877. Died 30 July 1915 at Mansfield, Tioga Co., PA. Biographical Sketch

BYERS, Henry W. - Private, Co. K. Born about 1847 in Franklin Twp, Adams Co., PA, son of Isaac & Sarah A Byers. Mustered in 13 April 65 at Chambersburg, PA at age 18 from Butler Twp, Adams Co., PA. Mustered out 25 June 65. Member GAR Post # 1, Kearney, Buffalo Co., NE. Died 28 Sept 1921 in Omaha, Douglas Co., NE. Also have death as 22 Aug 1916 in Ligonier, Westmoreland Co., PA.

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