HAAKE, Antonia - Private, Co. A. Enrolled 19 Sept 61 at age 32, a Farmer from Perry Co., PA. Mustered in 28 Dec 61. Discharged 3 April 63 on Surgeon's Certificate at New Bern, NC.

HAGAN, John - Private, Co. E. Born in Uniontown, Fayette Co., PA, the son of John & Abigail (Watson) Hagan. Enrolled 10 Aug 61 at age 18, a Chair Maker from Uniontown, PA. Mustered in 5 Nov 61 as a Private. Promoted Nov 61 to 5th Sgt. Reduced 12 Feb 62 to Private. Promoted 31 May 62 back to Sgt.  Admitted 18 Aug 62 to the General Hospital. Reduced 17 Oct 62 to Private. Reenlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Killed 20 April 1864 at Plymouth, NC.

HAGER, Francis "Frank" - Private, Co. B. Born in Tioga Co., PA. Enrolled 8 Nov 61 at age 18, a Laborer from Grey's Valley, Tioga Co., PA. Mustered in 12 Nov 61. Admitted 28 Feb until 30 June 62 to the Regimental Hospital. Due to illness, he was taken in July 62 to David Island, NY from Harrison's Landing onboard the Elm City to be admitted to the hospital. Reported as deserting 2 Aug 62 from Long Island Hospital, NY, but later restored to duty without trial or loss of pay. Shown present Sept 64 at Roanoke Island, NC. Discharged 15 Jan 65.

HAGERMAN, Alexander B. - Private, Co. D. Born 1833 in Bucks Co., PA. Married 15 Dec 1859 to Margaret. Enrolled 10 Nov 61, a 29 year old Blacksmith from Delaware Twp, Juniata Co., PA. Mustered in 13 Jan 62. Captured 30 May 62 at Chickahominy, VA. Sent 3 June 62 to Salisbury, NC. While at Salisbury, he received a bayonet wound in his thigh injuring the bone making him lame. Sent 18 Aug 62 to Belle Isle, Richmond. Paroled 13 Sept 62 at Aiken's Landing, VA. Discharged 15 April 63 on Surgeon's Certificate at Stanley Hospital, New Bern, NC. Died 6 April 1876 in Delaware Twp, Juniata Co., PA. Buried in East Salem Presbyterian / United Brethren Cemetery, (Otterbein Methodist Church), Delaware Twp, Juniata Co., PA.

HAGUE, Charles A. - Private, Co. E. Enrolled 10 Oct 61 at age 18, a Butcher from Pittsburgh, PA. Wounded 31 May 62 2" above the elbow joint shattering the bone and paralyizing the arm at Fair Oaks, VA. Arrived June 62 at New York City from Fort Monroe, VA on the S. R. Spaulding. Discharged 14 Dec 62 near Fortress Monroe, VA on account of wounds. Enlisted next 16 July 64 in Co. A, Stewart’s Battalion PA Infantry. Mustered out in late 64. Mustered into the 101st PA again on 4 Sep 64 for the term of 1 year. Mustered out 25 June 65. 

HALL, James Leander - Private, Co. H. Born 19 Dec 1829 in Beaver Co., PA, son of John & Mary (Freed) Hall. Married 27 Aug 1849 to Elizabeth Musser in Franklin Twp, Beaver Co., PA. Enrolled 8 Sept 62, a Miller from Perry Twp, Lawrence Co., PA. Mustered in 19 Sept 62. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA & Florence, SC. Died 9 Nov 1864 of Dysentery in the Florence Stockade. Buried as an unknown in the Florence National Cemetery. Memorial Marker # MS-23.

HALL, Theophilus D. - Private, Detachment. Born April 1839 in PA, son of Samuel Crawford & Sara Margaret (Gray) Hall. Married Margaret. Drafted at age 25 from Mifflin Twp, Allegheny Co., PA. Mustered in 20 June 64 at Pittsburgh, PA under the name Theodore . Discharged 3 May 65. Died 15 Feb 1904 at Fairmont, Marion Co., WV and is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery.

HALL, William "Will" - Commissary Sergeant, Co. F. Born in PA. Son of Joseph & Matilda Hall. Enrolled 5 Nov 61 at age 28, a Clerk from Beaver, Beaver Co., PA. Mustered in 9 Nov 61 as Private. Transferred 11 June 62 as Commissary Sgt to Brigade Commissary. Transferred March 64 to Commissary Dept at Point Lookout, MD. Discharged 17 Nov 64 at New Bern, NC; expiration of term. Died 24 Dec 1868 and buried 27 Dec in Beaver Cemetery, Beaver, Beaver Co., PA. GAR # 346

HALL, William Riley - Sergeant, Co. C. Born 1841 in PA, son of John & Mary (Freed) Hall. Married 17 Nov 1858 to Rachel, dau. of Peter & Mary (Dunbar) Freed. Enrolled 21 Oct 61 at age 22, a Farmer from North Beaver Twp, Lawrence Co., PA. Mustered in 6 Nov 61 as a Private. Promoted 16 Aug 62 to Corporal; 1 Feb 63 to Sgt. Discharged 25 March 63 on Surgeon's Certificate due to Chronic Dysentery at New Bern, NC. Died 24 March 1864 of Chronic Diarrhea in North Beaver Twp, Lawrence Co., PA. Buried in Hall's Cemetery, Lawrence Co., PA. Headstone

HAMILTON, Davis - Private, Detachment. Born 3 June 1827 in PA, son of Matthew & Jane Hamilton. Enrolled as a Substitute, a 35 year old Farmer from Montgomery Twp, Indiana Co., PA. Mustered in 13 July 63. Mustered out 3 May 65. Died 28 Sept 1888. Buried in plot N-123, Pine Vale Cemetery, Grant Twp, Indiana Co., PA. Headstone

HAMILTON, James K. - Private, Co. A, Detachment. Born 1845 in PA. Drafted. Mustered in 30 July 63. Discharged 3 May 65. Married to Matilda. Re-married about 1884 to Ella D. Died 8 March 1911 in Chestnut Hill, Maryland. Buried in Fallston United Methodist Church Cemetery, Harford Co., MD. Headstone

HANKS, Benjamin A. - 2nd Sergeant, Co. D. Born 6 Dec 1832 in Bedford Co., PA; son of Laban & Rebecca (Andrews) Hanks. Married Elizabeth Robinson on 19 Nov 1857 in Monroe Twp, Bedford Co., PA. Enrolled 9 Oct 61 at age 28, a Carpenter from Bedford Co., PA. Mustered in 1 Nov 61 as Private. Promoted Jan 62 to Sgt. On recruiting duty from July until Dec 62. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Died 27 Sept 1864 of Diarrhea at Andersonville, GA. Grave # 9892. Widow Elizabeth re-married 17 April 1866 to John Elwell, 208th PA Infantry.

HANKS, Caleb - Private, Co. D. Born 6 Dec 1843 in Fulton Co., PA; the son of Elijah & Mary (Snyder) Hanks. Enrolled 9 Oct 61 at age 19, a Farmer from Bloody Run, Fulton Co., PA. Mustered in 1 Nov 61. 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 at Florence, SC. Buried as unknown in the Florence National Cemetery. Michael S. Caldwell

HANKS, David Fletcher - Private, Co. D. Born 8 July 1844 in Bedford, Co., PA; son of Laban & Rebecca (Andrews) Hanks. Enrolled 9 Oct 61 at Rainsburg, Bedford Co., PA at age 18, a Farmer from Clearsville, Bedford Co., PA. Mustered in 1 Nov 61. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA & Florence, SC. Died on or about 1 Nov 1864 at Florence, SC. Buried as unknown in the Florence National Cemetery.

HANKS, Jacob C. - Corporal, Co. D. Born 24 Jan 1839 in Fulton Co., PA; the son of Elijah & Mary (Snyder) Hanks. Enrolled 9 Oct 61 at Rainsburg, Bedford Co., PA at age 22; a Farmer from Fulton Co., PA. Mustered in 1 Nov 61. In Aug 62 he was taken to New York from Harrison's Landing, VA onboard the Arrowsmith to be admitted to the hospital. Discharged 3 Dec 62 on Surgeon’s Certificate due to Heart Disease at Newark, NJ. Married about 1864 to Drusilla. Member of G.A.R. Post #120, Leavenworth, Kansas. Admitted 1 June 1898 into the Leavenworth Soldiers Home. Died 24 Feb 1913 of Brights disease while on furlough at Bentonville, Benton Co., Arkansas. Michael S. Caldwell

HANKS, Nelson - Private, Co. D. Born 23 Sept 1833 in Brush Creek Twp, Fulton Co., PA; the son of John B. & Mary (Frazey) Hanks. Enrolled 9 Oct 61 at age 28, a Carpenter from Fulton Co., PA. Mustered in 1 Nov 61. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Died 15 Sep 1864 at Andersonville, GA. Grave # 8804.

HANKS, Thompson - Private, Co. D. Born 24 June 1840 in Brush Creek Twp, Fulton Co., PA; the son of John B. & Mary (Frazey) Hanks. Enrolled 9 Oct 61 at age 20, a Farmer from Fulton Co., PA. Mustered in 1 Nov 61. Received a gun shot wound to his left side. Injured his ribs while building a breastwork at Harrison's Landing, VA. Discharged 10 Oct 62 on Surgeon's Certificate at Suffolk, VA. Married 29 Nov 1864 to Catherine Ann Akers. He died 14 Nov 1902 and is buried in the Bethel Methodist Cemetery, Centerville, Cumberland Valley Twp, Bedford Co., PA. Headstone

HARDEN, Calvin - Private, Co. G. Born about 1843 in OH. Enrolled 22 Aug 62 (Possibly in Benton Co., Iowa) into Co. F, 138th PA Infantry at age 19 from Bedford Co., PA. Mustered in 29 Aug 62. Attached 1 Feb 63 to the train Relay House, outside of Annapolis, MD. Deserted 7 Feb 63. Arrested 14 Nov 63. Assigned to the 101st PA to serve out his unexpired term of 2 years 6 months 13 days. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Paroled 30 Nov 64 at Savannah, GA. Admitted 3 Dec 64 to Annapolis Division #1 Hospital. Died 28 Jan 1865 at Annapolis, MD. Buried at Annapolis National Cemetery, MD. Section L, Grave 589. Marked as Calvin HARDING.

HARDY, Robert H. - Private, Co. K. Born in Philadelphia, PA, son of Thomas & Ann Hardy. Enrolled 2 Sept 61 at age 19, a Turner from Philadelphia, PA. Mustered in 14 Dec 61. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Died 30 Jan 1864 of Typhoid Fever and Inflamation of Pericardium in the Regimental Hospital at Plymouth, NC.

HARKINS, John - Private. Not on any roster, but listed on the 1890 Veteran's Census for Pittsburgh. Lists his widow Sarah E. Hawkins. No further info. Possibly 115th PA.

HARLAN, Michael "Mich" - Private, Co. G. Born 5 Feb 1841 in Allegheny Co., PA. Enrolled 3 Nov 61 at age 21, a Quaryman from Buena Vista, Allegheny Co., PA. Mustered in 2 Dec 61. Discharged 14 May 63 on Surgeon's Certificate. Left Plymouth, NC on the 17 May 63 on the Thomas Collier. Enlisted next 21 Dec 63 in Co. M, 2nd PA Cavalry. Transferred 17 June 65 to Co. M, 1st PA Prov. Cavalry. Married Sarah J. Died 17 Feb 1894 in Pittsburgh, PA and is buried in Southside Cemetery, Pittsburgh, PA. Section B Lot 244. Name also spelled HARLAND.

HARNEY, Joseph - Private, Co. E. Born in Harrisburg, PA. Enrolled 4 Sept 61 at age 44, a Confectioner from Pittsburgh, PA. Mustered in 24 Nov 61. Discharged 26 March 62 due to Mental Infirmity at Camp Wilson, Meridian Hill, Washington, DC.

HARRIS, James D. - 1st Sergeant, Co. H. Married 31 Dec 1856 to Ellen Alexander. Enrolled 3 Oct 61 at age 27, a Clerk from New Brighton, Beaver Co., PA. Mustered in 12 Nov 61. Wounded 31 May 62 at Fair Oaks, VA and captured at Chickahominy, VA. Died 18 June 1862 in prison hospital at Richmond, VA. Buried near Shockoe Hill Cemetery, Richmond, VA. Reinterred and buried as an unknown in Richmond National Cemetery. The Soldiers of Shockoe Hill

HARRIS, Rees - Private, Co. A, Detachment. Drafted at age 33. Mustered in 13 July 63 at New Brighton, Beaver Co., PA. Discharged 3 May 65. Died 7 Jan 1917 in Johnstown, PA.

HARTFORD, Abraham A. - Private, Co. G. Born in Beaver Co., PA. Married Annie Littell Ansley. Enrolled 2 Dec 61 at age 23, a Farmer from Hookstown, Beaver Co., PA. Mustered in 2 Dec 61 as Private. Detailed Sept to Oct 62 on Grand Guard. Promoted 21 Jan 63 to Corporal. Discharged 3 April 63 on Surgeon's Certificate at New Bern, NC. Enlisted 26 Feb 64 in Co. A, 17th PA Cavalry. Promoted to Corporal on 1 May 64. Wounded 25 Aug 64 at Shepherdstown, WV. In hospital at muster out on 16 June 65. Died 6 July 1890 in Pittsburgh, PA. Buried in Homewood Cemetery.

HARTMAN, Amos E. - Private, Co. K. Born Nov 1846 in PA. Enrolled and Mustered in 13 April 65 at Chambersburg, PA at age 18. Mustered out 25 June 65. First married Josephine. Married next about 1895 to Hattie B. Died 3 Aug 1919 at the Soldiers Home, Indiana.

HARTMAN, Christopher - Private, Co. A. Born 1 May 1832 in Germany, son of Peter & Christina Hartman. First enrolled 3 Sep 62 into Co. K, 155th PA Infantry. Discharged 22 Feb 63 on Surgeon's Certificate. Drafted. Mustered in 18 July 63 to the 101st PA at Kittanning, Armstrong Co., PA. Transferred 4 Dec 63 to Camp Copeland, Pittsburgh. Mustered out 3 May 65. While living in Wyandotte, Kansas he was admitted to the Leavenworth Soldiers Home from 12 Feb 1895 - 14 Sep 1897. Died 1 Dec 1903. Buried in the United Methodist Cemetery, Elderton, Armstrong Co., PA. Headstone

HAZELETT, Moses - Private, Co. G. Born 8 Sept 1842 in Bedford Co., PA. Enrolled at age 19, a Laborer from Bedford Co., PA. Mustered in 28 Dec 61. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA, Charleston, SC & Florence, SC Paroled 26 Feb 65. Discharged 22 June 65. Died 6 Dec 1919 at Wolfsburg, Bedford Co., PA. Buried in St. Paul's Reformed Church Cemetery, North Bedford Twp, Bedford Co., PA. Headstone

HAZEN, Julius Mandeville - Private, Co. H. Born 12 April 1842 in Beaver Co., PA; the son of James Johnson & Elizabeth (Clark) Hazen. Enrolled 11 Nov 61 at age 20, a Farmer from North Sewickley Twp, Beaver Co., PA. Mustered in 3 Dec 61. After the Battle of Fair Oaks, VA was taken to Hygeia General Hospital, VA from White House, VA arriving onboard the Kennebec. Died 4 June 1862 of Typhoid Fever at Hygeia General Hospital, Fortress Monroe, VA. Supposed to be buried at Hampton National Cemetery, VA.

HAZEN, Matthew Jeremiah - Private, Co. H. Born 20 Feb 1845 in North Sewickley Twp, Beaver Co., PA; the son of Isaac & Mary Jane (Kelly) Hazen. Enrolled 11 Nov 61 at age 22, a Farmer from North Sewickley Twp, Beaver Co., PA. Mustered in 3 Dec 61. Re-enlisted. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Died 26 Aug 1864 of Dysentery at Andersonville, GA. Grave # 7020. Douglas M. Bailey

HECK, Samuel Kunkle - Private, Co. I. Born 10 Oct 1840 in Westmoreland Co., PA, son of Jacob Walthour & Elizabeth B. (Kunkle) Heck. Enrolled 9 Oct 61 at age 22, a Laborer from Pittsburgh, PA. Mustered in 15 Oct 61. Detailed 18 Aug 62 to the Provost Guard. Detailed Sept & Oct 62 to the Grand Guard. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA and was ball and chained along with eleven other comrades for 7 weeks after an attempted escape. Tranferred to Millen, Blackshear & Thomasville, GA. Then returned to Andersonville. Paroled 21 April 65 at Vicksburg, MS. Arrived 22 April 65 at Benton Barracks, MO then to Annapolis, MD. Arrived  15 May 65 at Harrisburg, PA. Discharged 31 May 65 to date 18 May 65. Married 8 Nov 1868 to Larissa M. Member of G.A.R. Post #31, Washington Co., KS. Died 19 Aug 1890 in Strawberry Twp, Washington Co., Kansas and is buried in Washington Cemetery, Washington, KS. Headstone | Lee Williams

HECKMAN, Francis N. - Corporal, Co. E. Born in Germany. Enrolled 10 Aug 61 at age 24, a Carpenter from Allegheny Co., PA. Mustered in 5 Nov 61 as Private. Promoted 10 Dec 61 to 6th Corporal. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64. Wounded & captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA & Florence, SC. Died 25 Oct 1864 at Florence Stockade, SC. Buried as an unknown in the Florence National Cemetery.

HECKMAN, James Blair - Private, Co. A, Detachment. Born 3 Dec 1838 in Armstrong Co., PA; the son of Michael & Emma (Jack) Heckman. Drafted, a 25 year old Laborer from Armstrong Co., PA. Mustered in 18 July 63. Garrison duty in Pittsburgh, PA. Discharged 3 May 65. Married Barbara Ellen Schall on 16 May 1866 in Armstrong Co., PA. Died 9 July 1920 and is buried in Highfield Lutheran Cemetery, Parks Twp, Armstrong Co., PA. Photo

HEIL, John P. - Private, Co. H, Detachment. Born June 1836 in Germany. Married about 1859 to Henrietta M. Drafted at age 28. Mustered in 30 June 64 at Pittsburgh, PA. Injured both arms. Mustered out 3 May 65 at Pittsburgh, PA. Married Henrietta. Admitted 18 July 1894 to the National Military Home, Dayton, OH. Died 7 Feb 1910 in Pittsburgh, PA while home on furlough. Buried in Southside Cemetery, Pittsburgh, PA. Row 17 Grave 58. Also spelled HYLE.

HELM, John Bowser - 2nd Lieutenant, Co. G. Born 12 Sep 1834 in Ohio, the son of Abram & Mary (Clark) Helm. First enrolled 21 April 61 in Co. G, 13th PA. Mustered in 25 April 61 as 1st Sgt. Discharged 6 Aug 61. Enrolled next 8 Oct 61 in the 101st PA at age 27, a Painter from Schellsburg, Bedford Co., PA. Mustered in 20 Dec 61 as Private. Promoted 30 Dec 61 to 2nd Sgt. Promoted 6 Dec 62 to 1st Sgt. and 9 March 63 to 2nd Lieut. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Confined at Andersonville & Macon, GA; Charleston and Columbia, SC. Escaped from Columbia during Nov 64. Captured by Cherokee Indians in the Smoky Mountains. Taken to Salisbury, NC and then to Danville, VA. Housed during the winter of 64-65 at Danville Prison with a large squad of prisoners that had escaped from various prisons. Escaped again 5 Feb 65, with two others, and reached Union lines on the Roanoke River, above Plymouth, NC. Picked up during March 65 by the USN Gunboat LOCKWOOD. Commissioned 18 May 65 as 1st Lieut. but not mustered. Absent at muster out. Died 3 Jan 1904 of Brights Disease in Bedford Twp. Buried in Bedford Cemetery, Bedford, PA. Photo

HELMES, Samuel - Private, Co. F. Enrolled 5 Nov 61 at age 26, a Boatman from Beaver Co., PA. Mustered in 9 Nov 61. Before Samuel died on 29 April 1862 of Typhoid Pneumonia at Newport News Hospital, VA, he requested that a Hospital Steward from the 20th IN Infantry return a ring to his family. Originally buried at Newport News and later reinterred at Hampton National Cemetery, Hampton, VA. Section C, Grave # 1788. Also listed as HELM & HELMS

HENDERSON, Joseph Q. - Private, Co. E. Enrolled 25 Nov 61 at the age of 19, a Steamboat Cook from Allegheny Co., PA. Mustered in 30 Dec 61. Died 3 June 1862 of Typhoid Fever at Washington, DC. Buried in Military Asylum Cemetery, DC.

HENRY, James - Private, Co. B. Mustered in Oct 62 at Pittsburgh, PA at age 36. Deserted. Arrested 19 April 64 by night police at Pittsburgh, PA. Returned. Mustered out 25 June 65. Alias James ROGERS.

HENSAL, Amos - Private, Co. K. Born Aug 1845 in Adams Co., PA, son of John & Anna (Coshen) Hensal. Enrolled 13 Dec 61 at age 19, a Farmer from Franklin Twp, Adams Co., PA. Mustered in 14 Dec 61. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA & Florence, SC. Paroled 27 Feb 65 at N.E. Ferry, Wilmington, NC. Absent on furlough at muster out. Married 16 Dec 1870 to Mary Ann Stugart. Died 8 Nov 1902 at Madera, Clearfield Co., PA. Buried in Alexanders Cemetery, Clearfield Co., PA. Also listed as HENSEL.

HENSAL, William Emory - Private, Co. K. Born June 1844 in Adams Co., PA, son of John & Anna (Coshen) Hensal. Enrolled at age 18, a Farmer from Gettysburg, PA. Mustered in 5 Nov 61. Discharged 1 April 63 on Surgeon's Certificate at New Bern, NC. Enrolled 14 Sept 64 in Co. I, 210th PA Infantry. Mustered out 30 May 65 at Washington, DC. Married Margaret Windhorst. On 5 Oct 1900 Carroll Co., Illinois courts declared William insane. He was sent to IL Western Hospital, Watertown, IL for treatment. Died 12 July 1901 in Salem, Carroll Co., Illinois. Buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Also listed as HENSEL.

HEPLING, Joseph - Private, Detachment. Drafted at age 35. Mustered in 24 June 64 at Meadville, PA. Discharged 3 May 65.

HEPPARD, Thomas H. - 1st Lieutenant, Co. K. Born about 1839 in Philadelphia, PA; the son of Thomas & Mary (Wilkins) Heppard. Enrolled 2 Sept 61 at age 22, a Salesman from Philadelphia, PA. Mustered in 14 Dec 61 as a Corporal. Wounded 31 May 62 at Fair Oaks, VA. Promoted 1 June 62 to Sgt. and detailed on Recruiting Service. Promoted and Commissioned 8 Oct 62 to 2nd Lieut.; 5 Feb 63 to 1st Lieut. Plymouth, NC Court Martial, 21 July 63: conduct predudicial to good order and military discipline - Passed picket post on Acre Road. Refused to show pass. He stated that Corp. McKee, 103 PA had no right to ask for it as he was an officer. Guilty. Suspended from command for four months with no pay. Publicly reprimanded by Gen. Wessels. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Escaped from prison, but was recaptured. Paroled 1 March 65 at N.E. Ferry, Wilmington, NC. Commissioned as Captain on 1 June 65. Mustered out 25 June 65 at New Bern, NC. Married Mary Kearney on 24 Dec 1865 in Philadelphia. Died 30 March 1870 in Philadelphia, PA and is buried in Fernwood Cemetery, Fernwood, Delaware Co., PA. Photo | Fred S. Kohlbrenner 

HERBERT, Leo - Private, Detachment. Enrolled as a Substitute at age 39. Mustered in 20 Sep 64 at Pittsburgh, PA. Discharged 3 May 65.

HERTMAN, Christopher - Private, Detachment. Drafted at age 25. Mustered in 18 July 63 at Allegheny City, Allegheny Co., PA. Discharged 3 May 65.

HETRICK, Daniel L. - Private, Co. D. Born 5 July 1845 in Morrison's Cove, Bedford Co., PA; the son of John S. & Mary (Keagy) Hetrick. Enrolled 9 Oct 61 at age 18, a Miller from Pleasantville, Bedford Co., PA. Mustered in 1 Nov 61. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA & Florence, SC. Paroled 11 Dec 64 at Charleston, SC. Discharged 13 June 65. Married Minnesota "Minnie" Trout. He attended school in Rainsburg, PA and studied medicine under Dr. Samuel H. Smith. He received the Doctor of Medicine degree in 1869 and opened his practice in Pleasantville, PA. Member of Edwin L. Write Post No. 333, GAR. Living in Alum Bank, Bedford Co., PA in 1890. Died 4 May 1907 of a heart attack and is buried in Pleasantville Cemetery, West St. Clair Twp, Bedford Co., PA. Headstone

HILL, Andrew J. - Private, Co. I. Born in PA. Enrolled 23 Sept 61 at Pittsburgh, PA; a 27 year old Tinner from Pittsburgh, PA. Mustered in 15 Oct 61. Transferred 21 Feb 62 to the US Navy. Assigned to the Mississippi Gun Boat Flotilla, Cairo, Illinois. Assigned 17 June - 30 Sept 62 on the captured CSA Steamer CLARA DOLSON. Sent to Moundsville, WV from Memphis, TN aboard the CLARA DOLSON and then assigned to the Steamer FAIR PLAY. Also served in the 4th and 19th Independent Battery Indiana Light Artillery.

HILL, Perry - Corporal, Co. B. Born about 1840 in PA, son of Hiram Garwood & Alpha G. (Palmer) Hill. Enrolled 8 Nov 61 at age 21, a Carpenter & Joiner from Charleston, Tioga Co., PA. Mustered in 12 Nov 61. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Admitted 28 June 64 to the Andersonville Hospital. Died 28 July 1864 of Diarrhea at Andersonville, GA. Grave # 4154.

HILL, Robert F. - Private, Co. I. Son of Jane Walters. Father died in 1850. Enrolled 11 Sept 61 at age 23, from Pittsburgh, PA. Mustered in 15 Oct 61. Killed 31 May 1862 at Fair Oaks, VA.

HILLIARD, Richard - Private, Detachment. Born 1826. Drafted at age 39. Mustered in 20 Sept 64 at Allegheny City, Allegheny Co., PA. Discharged 3 May 65. Died 1886 and is buried in the Old North Cemetery, Butler, PA. Grave #62

HILLIGUST, Arnold - Private, Co. B. Born in Germany. Enrolled & mustered in 20 Jan 65 at Harrisburg, PA; an 18 year old Laborer from Dauphin Co., PA. Mustered out 25 June 65. Also listed as HALLIGIST aNd HILLEGEIST.

HILKIRK, Isaac - Private, Co. C. Born 31 Dec 1838 in Hickory Twp, Mercer Co., PA; the son of Francis & Nancy Hilkirk. First enrolled 21 June 61 in Co. B, 39th PA (10th PA Reserves). Discharged 25 July 62 on Surgeon's Certificate at Baltimore McKim's Mansion Hospital, MD. Married 23 June 63 to Minerva Buchanan. Enrolled 23 Dec 63 in the 101st PA, a Blacksmith from Big Beaver Twp, Lawrence Co., PA. Mustered in 24 Dec 63 at New Brighton, Beaver Co., PA. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA, Charleston & Florence, SC. Paroled 13 Dec 64 at Charleston, SC. Mustered out 25 June 65. Suffered from chronic diarrhea & poor vision the rest of his life. Died 27 Dec 1920 at Grove City, PA and is buried in Woodland Cemetery, Pine Twp, Mercer Co., PA. Also listed as HILLKIRK. Headstone | Linda Brown

HINDMARCH, John - Private, Co. A. Born July 1843 in Gateshead, Durham Co., England, son of John & Eliza Hindmarch. Enrolled 23 Sept 61 at age 19, a Roller from Allegheny Co., PA. Mustered in 22 Oct 61. Taken 18 Aug 62 to New York from Harrison's Landing, VA onboard the Arrowsmith to be admitted to the hospital. Discharged 6 Oct 63 on Surgeon's Certificate at Roanoke Island, NC. Married about 1865 to Elizabeth A. Died 15 Oct 1906 and is buried in Southside Cemetery, Pittsburgh. Section D, Lot 17

HINES, John - Private, Co. K. Born in Ireland. Enrolled 17 Oct 61, a 33 year old Wagoner. Mustered in 1 Dec 61. Discharged 21 May 64 on Surgeon's Certificate due to Lung Disease & Debility at New Bern, NC. Died 19 Feb 1877 of Pneumonia at Pittsburgh, PA. Buried in St. Mary's Cemetery. Also listed as HYNES.

HINGLES, Jacob - Private, Detachment. Drafted. Mustered in 6 June 64. Discharged 3 May 65.

HITE, David - Private, Co. G. Born 18 Feb 1849 in Napier Twp, Bedford Co., PA, the son of Adam and Julia Ann (Hewhilscher or Hiteshew) Hite. Enrolled at Schellsburg, Bedford Co., PA; an 18 year old Farmer from Clearfield Co., PA. Mustered in 3 May 64. Mustered out 25 June 65. Married about 1873 to Malinda. Died 28 Sept 1905 and is buried in Grandview Cemetery, Johnstown, PA.

HITE, Jacob A. - Private, Co. G. Born 6 Feb 1839 in Bedford Co., PA, the son of Adam and Julia Ann (Hewhilscher or Hiteshew) Hite. First enrolled 1 Nov 62 in Co. H, 171st PA Infantry. Mustered out 8 Aug 63 at Harrisburg, PA. Enrolled next in the 101st PA at Schellsburg, Bedford Co., PA; an 24 year old Farmer from Clearfield Co., PA. Mustered in 3 May 64. Mustered out 25 June 65. Married 9 Aug 1866 to Emily Oldham in Schellsburg, Bedford Co., PA. Lived in Reitz, Shade Twp, Somerset Co., PA in 1890. Died 25 Dec 1916 at Johnstown, PA. Buried in Sandyvale Cemetery, Johnstown, PA. Headstone states Co. A, but G appears to be correct.

HIXON, Akers John - Sergeant, Co. D. Born 2 May 1837; the son of Nathan & Annie Lavina (Akers) Hixon. Enrolled 9 Oct 61 at age 23, a Farmer from Fulton Co., PA. Mustered in 1 Nov 61 as a Private. Promoted Nov 61 to Sergeant. Detailed during July & August 62 on Recruiting Duty. Died 21 July 1862 of Remittent Fever in the hospital at Harrison's Landing, VA. Buried in Poplar Grove National Cemetery, Petersburg, VA. Block 18, Grave # 4899. Also listed as HICKSON

HIXON, Joel Barton - Private, Co. D. Born 27 Mar 1844; the son of Nathan & Annie Lavina (Akers) Hixon. Enrolled 9 Oct 61 as a Miller from Fulton Co., PA. Mustered in 1 Nov 61. Died 20 Oct 1862 of Remittent Fever in his quarters at Suffolk, VA. Also listed as HICKSON

HOAK, Joseph N. - Private, Co. A. Enrolled 11 July 62 at Pittsburgh; an 18 year old Shoemaker from Allegheny Co., PA. Mustered in 2 Aug 62. Detailed Sept & Oct 62 on Provost Guard at Suffolk, VA. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Paroled 6 Dec 64. Reported 15 Dec 64 to Camp Parole, Annapolis, MD. Furloughed 16 Dec 64 for 30 days. Overstayed furlough in Pittsburgh and marked as a deserter. Reported voluntary. Mustered out 25 June 65. Married Sarah J. but separated. Died 8 March 1923 and is buried in Union Cemetery, Arnold, Westmoreland Co., PA. Also listed as Joseph A. HOKE & HOKES.

HOARD, Joseph Seth - Lieutenant Colonel, Co. A. Born 17 April 1818 in Augusta, Oneida Co. (now Stockbridge, Madison Co.), New York, son of Enos & Fanny (Perry) Hoard. Attended the Stockbridge Acadamy. Widely known as the Traveling Agent of the NY Lock Company and was the inventor of the Hoard & Spencer Burglar-Proof Door Lock. Married 21 Jan 1841 to Laura M. Robbins. Relocated in 1844 to Mansfield, Tioga Co., PA. In 1855 he helped build the Mansfield Iron Works. He also originated and founded the Mansfield Classical Seminary (State Normal School). In June 1861, he raised a company of 100 men and was commissioned as Captain, Co. B, 11th PA. Transferred to the 101st PA, enrolling 4 Oct 61 at age 43. Commissioned and Mustered in 4 Jan 62 as Major. Mistakenly reported as killed at the Battle of Seven Pines, VA. Promoted 21 July 62 to Lieut. Colonel. Resigned 24 Sept 62 due to ill health. After the war he lived briefly in Tarrytown, NY engaged in merchandising. In 1863 he relocated to Vineland, NJ; doing business there until 1868 when he moved to Chicago, IL and engaged in the real estate business and money lending. In Jan 1871 he moved to Red Wing, MN and established the Minnesota Loan Agency and Goodhue County Savings Bank. in 1873 built a residence in Winona, MN, but it never bacame his permanent residence. In Jan 1878 he established the Goodhue County Bank. In 1879 he and his son Enos formed the J.S. Hoard & Son firm dealing in real estate and loans. Besides his banking endeavors, he aided largely in building up the city of Red Wing. He also owned a beautiful farm near the city called "Idlewild." Due to his health, he moved to Thomasville, Fulton Co., Georgia, where he died 7 April 1882. Buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Red Wing Twp, Goodhue Co., Minnesota. Photo | Headstone & Bio

HOFFMAN, John - Private, Co. G. Enrolled at age 23. Mustered in 28 Dec 61. Died 19 May 1862 at Washington, DC. Buried in Military Asylum Cemetery. Section B, Grave 1836.

HOLLANDS, George - 1st Sergeant, Co. B. Born 9 Jan 1841 in Sussex Co., England; the son of William & Charlotte (Cruttenden) Hollands. Enrolled 26 Sept 61 at age 21, a Farmer from Mansfield, Tioga Co., PA. Mustered in 12 Nov 61 as Private. Promoted 30 Dec 61 to Corporal. Wounded in the thigh 31 May 62 at the Battle of Fair Oaks, VA. Detailed 18 Aug until Dec 62 on Recruiting Service. Promoted 9 Aug 62 to Sgt. Reenlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA. Left Andersonville 11 Sep 64. Held captive at the Charleston Race Course, Charleston, SC and later held captive at Florence Stockade, SC. Paroled 9 Dec 64 at Charleston, SC. Arrived 16 Dec 64 at Camp Parole, Annapolis, MD. Furloughed 25 Dec 64 for 30 days. Returned 28 Jan 65. Sent 22 April 65 to Camp Distribution. Ordered to Alexandria, VA and boarded the Massachusetts to make the journey. She collided 23 April 65 with the Black Diamond. George survived the accident by floating all night on a spar. Commissioned 1 June 65 as 1st Lieutenant. Mustered out 25 June 65. Married Lydia Bailey on 2 Jan 1866 in Mansfield, Tioga Co., PA. Commander of Doty Post # 266, GAR. Past Senior Vice Commander GAR State of NY. Senior member of George Hollands & Sons. Died 18 Jan 1919 at Hornell, Steuben Co., NY and is buried in Hope Cemetery. Photo | Bio | Andersonville Memories | On the Massachusetts. The Midnight Collision on the Potomac Between the Massachusetts and the Black Diamond

HOLLENBACK, Daniel - Corporal, Co. E. Born in Allegheny City, Allegheny Co., PA. Enrolled 1 Sept 61 at age 45, a Steamboat Mate from Allegheny Co., PA. Married 15 Sept 61 to Margaret Milby. Mustered in 5 Nov 61 as Private. Promoted 1 April 62 to Corporal. Detailed July & Aug 63 as a Pilot on the Steamer DOLLY. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Died 17 Aug 1864 of Marasmus at Andersonville, GA. Grave # 5954.

HOLSINGER, William A. - Private, Co. F. Born in New Sewickley Twp, Beaver Co., PA, son of William & Elizabeth Holsinger. Enrolled 1 Nov 61 at age 22, a Mechanic from Beaver Co., PA. Mustered in 9 Nov 61. Discharged 9 June 62 on Surgeon's Certificate at Philadelphia Hospital, PA. Died 9 Jan 1864 from consumption at Phillipsburg (Monaca) and is buried in German Lutheran Cemetery, Monaca, Beaver Co., PA. GAR # 233.

HOLSWORTH, William - Private, Co. F. Enrolled at age 22, possibly from Beaver Co., PA. Mustered in 9 Nov 61. Discharged on Surgeon's Certificate at Fortress Monroe, VA.

HOLTZWORTH, George Adam - Private, Co. K. Born 7 Oct 1816 in Lancaster Co., PA, the son of Adam & Catherine (Flick) Holtzworth. Married 20 April 1837 to Anna Maria Culp. Enrolled 12 Sept 61 at Gettysburg, PA; a 45 year old Blacksmith from Gettysburg, PA. Mustered in 5 Nov 61. Discharged 9 July 62 on Surgeon's Certificate at Columbia College Hospital, Washington, D.C. Died 29 Jan 68 in Adams Co., PA and buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Gettysburg, PA. Headstone

HOLTZWORTH, Gottlieb - Private, Co. A. Born in Wurttemberg, Germany. Married Wilhelmina. Enrolled 25 March 65 at Philadelphia, PA; a 40 year old Tailor from Philadelphia. Mustered in 26 March 64. Mustered out 25 June 65. Died 1 June 1870. Buried in Morgenland Cemetery, Allentown, Lehigh Co., PA. Headstone

HOOPY, George - Private, Co. K. Born in Adams Co., PA, son of Lewis Hoopy. Enrolled and Mustered In 28 Dec 61 at age 21, a Farmer from Gettysburg, PA. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Admitted 2 Sept 64 to the hospital at Andersonville, GA. Died 16 Oct 1864 in the hospital at Andersonville, GA. Grave # 11033.

HOOVER, Joseph - Private, Co. H. Born 4 March 1847 in Dauphin Co., PA. Enrolled 3 Dec 61 at New Brighton, Beaver, Co., PA, a Farmer from Beaver Co., PA. Mustered in 6 Dec 61. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Killed a Raider with a large bone while imprisoned at Andersonville, GA. Admitted 13 July 64 to the hospital at Andersonville. Returned 22 Sept 64 to the stockade. Paroled 9 April 65 at Jacksonville, Florida. Discharged 15 June 65 to date 18 May 65. Married Louisa Ellis on 12 June 1879 in Howard Lake, Wright Co., MN. Died 20 Oct 1927 and is buried in Howard Lake Cemetery, Wright Co., MN.

HOPKINS, Reece - Private, Co. I. Born Aug 1837 in Glemora, Wales. Married 8 Feb 1859 to Hannah. Enrolled 23 Sept 61 at age 22, a Blacksmith from Pittsburgh, PA. Mustered in 15 Oct 61. Discharged 28 March 63 on Surgeon's Certificate. Died 16 Feb 1917 and is buried in Homewood Cemetery, Allegheny Co., PA. Section 9 Lot 591

HOPPLE, Benjamin - Private, Co. A. Born 29 July 1828 in Cumberland Co., PA. Enrolled 20 Sept 64 at Carlisle, PA; a 38 year old Miller from York Co., PA. Mustered in 22 Sept 64. Mustered out 25 June 65. Died 7 April 1903 and is buried in Mount Zion Cemetery, Churchtown, Cumberland Co., PA. Headstone & Bio

HOREN, John - Private, Co. C. Born 2 Aug 1844 in PA, son of Mary Horen. Father killed in a railroad accident during June 1859. Enrolled 26 Aug 62 at Wampum, Lawrence Co., PA at age 18 from Big Beaver Twp, Beaver Co., PA. Mustered in 29 Sep 62. Arrived 7 Oct 62 at Suffolk, VA. 21 July 63 Plymouth Court Martial: On 20 May 63, while performing picket duty at reserve post on Columbia Road, left the post (along with William Cameron & Solomon Friday) and entered Dr. Norcom's garden and took strawberries - Guilty, fined $13, 15 days hard labor with 12 pound ball & chain. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA. Paroled 30 Nov 64 at Savannah, GA. Mustered out 25 June 65. Married 14 Dec 1865 to Hannah (Anna) Carney at New Brighton, Beaver Co., PA. Died 14 Nov 1925 at Stubenville, Jefferson Co., WV and is buried in Allegheny Cemetery, Lawrenceville, Allegheny Co., PA. Section 22, Lot 444. Brother of Thomas Horen, Co. C. Also listed as Horn. Photo

HOREN, Thomas - Private, Co. C. Born in Philadelphia, PA, son of Mary Horen. Father killed in a railroad accident during June 1859. Thomas worked as laborer and ferryman across the Beaver River. Enrolled and Mustered in 1 Feb 62 at age "19", a Laborer from Big Beaver Twp, Beaver Co., PA. Re-enlisted. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captive at Andersonville, GA & Charleston Race Course, SC. Died 20 Sep 1864 at Charleston, SC. Brother of John Horen, Co. C. Also listed as Horn.

HORNER, David Wesley - Private, Co. H. Born about 1844; the son of Simpson & Margaret (Jenkinson) Horner. Enrolled 21 Dec 63 at New Brighton, Beaver Co., PA. Mustered in 26 Dec 63 at Camp Copeland, Pittsburgh. Left Camp Copeland 30 Jan 64. Took train to Baltimore, MD. Transported on the Steamer LOURINA to Fortress Monroe and then New Bern, NC. Transported on the Steamer CHARLESTON to Roanoke Island, NC and then took the Steamer MASSASOIT to Plymouth, NC, arriving 9 Feb 64. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive in Andersonville, GA & Florence, SC. Died 10 Dec 1864 at Florence Stockade. Buried as an unknown at Florence National Cemetery. Also named on parents' headstone at North Sewickley Cemetery, Beaver Co., PA. Jane Huggins | George Ward

HORNER, Joseph - Private, Co. H. Son of William & Margaret Horner. Enrolled 21 Oct 61 at Pittsburgh, PA at age 22, a Farmer & Boatman from Beaver Co., PA. Mustered in 12 Nov 61 at Harrisburg, PA. Detailed 3 August 63 as Provost Guard at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA and Florence, SC. Died 19 Dec 1864 at Florence Stockade Hospital. Buried as an unknown at Florence National Cemetery. Also listed as died 19 Dec 1864 at Salisbury, NC and buried in Salisbury National Cemetary as an unknown. Unsure which is correct.

HORTON, Harvey Schuyler - 2nd Lieutenant, Co. B. Born 11 Aug 1829 in Orange Co., New York. Married to June E. Enrolled 19 Oct 61 at Mansfield, Tioga Co., PA; a 32 year old Farmer from Rutland Twp, Tioga Co., PA. Mustered In 12 Nov 61 as 3rd Sgt. Promoted to 1st Sgt. Commissioned 24 Sept 62 as 2nd Lieut. at New Bern, NC. Captured 20 June 63 on the picket line by the 10th NC (Poole's Batallion) near Washington Road, Plymouth, NC along with two Enlisted soldiers. Sent to Libby Prison, Richmond, VA. Remained at Libby until 12 May 64 and was transferred to Macon, GA and later moved to Camp Sorgum, Columbia, SC. Paroled 8 Dec 64. Discharged 19 Dec 64 on Surgeon's Certificate at Washington, DC. First wife, June, died 22 Feb 1873. Married 10 Sept 1874 to Louise. Member G.A.R. Post No. 48, Mansfield, PA. Died 23 Nov 1898 and is buried in Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield, PA. Also listed as Hovey Horton. Obit

HORTON, John W. - Private, Co. B. Born 13 Aug 1831 in New York, son of John W. & Iren (Burton) Horton. Enrolled 19 Oct 61 at Mansfield, Tioga Co., PA, a 28 year old  Laborer from Rutland Twp, Tioga Co., PA. Mustered in 12 Nov 61 at Harrisburg, PA. Wounded in the back 31 May 62 at the Battle of Fair Oaks, VA. Minnie Ball entered above and behind right side hip, 4 inches from the spine. After the Battle of Fair Oaks was transported aboard the steamship S. R. Spaulding to New York City from Fortress Monroe, VA to be admitted to the hospital. Admitted 4 Sept 62 to the hospital at Elmira, NY. Discharged 25 Sept 62 on Surgeon's Certificate. Married about 1868 to Welthy S. Died 9 Aug 1908 and is buried in Mansfield, PA.

HOSACK, John Paxton, Dr. - Surgeon. Born 10 Feb 1822 in PA. Married to Margaret G. Enrolled from Mercer, PA at age 39. Mustered in 15 Oct 61. Transferred 20 Nov 61 to the 51st PA Infantry. May have also served in Co. A, 142nd PA Infantry. Resigned 30 July 63. Died 17 Nov 1894 and is buried in Citizen's Cemetery, Mercer, PA.

HOUPT, John R. - Private, Co. A. Born 14 July 1840 in Armstrong or Westmoreland Co., PA. Enrolled 11 Nov 61 at Pittsburgh at age 22; a Farmer from Allegheny Co., PA. Mustered in 15 Nov 61. Received a gunshot wound through the abdomen and in left breast on 31 May 62 at Fair Oaks, VA. Comrades thinking that he was dead loaded his body on a barge containing several hundred dead soldiers. The next morning, Captain Sheafer went to check the dead bodies to see if he recognized any as 101st soldiers and found Houpt alive. Admitted to the hospital for 4 months. Discharged due to his wounds on 30 Dec 62 at Fortress Monroe, VA. On 30 March 65 John married Mary G. McClintock. John died 3 Jan 1910 of Pneumonia at Pittsburgh, PA and is buried in Section 9 Lot 180, Homewood Cemetery, Allegheny Co., PA. Mary married again 30 April 1914 to John Smith. Kathy Kenna

HOUSEHOLDER, John - Private, Co. G. Born 1824 in Bell Township, Westmoreland Co., PA the son of Henry & Catherine (Alins) Householder. John married Hannah Mansfield of Westmoreland Co., PA in 1847. Enrolled 10 Oct 61 at Elizabeth, PA at age 36; a Miner from Allegheny Co., PA. Mustered in 2 Dec 61. Wounded in the head 31 May 62 at the Battle of Fair Oaks, VA; having the top of his right ear shot off. Wounded in his right leg as well. Detailed Sept to Oct 62 on Grand Guard. Promoted Nov 62 to Corporal. Reduced to Private Jan 63 at his own request. 18 March 63 New Bern Court Martial: disobeyed orders to report for guard duty; Guilty; 60 days hard labor in charge of Regimental Guard, fined $5 for two months.  Discharged 16 March 64 on Surgeon's Certificate at Plymouth, NC due to apparent complications with his wounds. Died 16 Nov 1887 of Apoplexy. Buried in Elizabeth Cemetery, Elizabeth, Allegheny Co., PA. 1863 Diary

HOWARD, John H. - Private, Co. I. Born in Cheshire, England. Enrolled 24 Sept 61 at Pittsburgh, PA; a 44 year old Machinist (Boiler Maker) from Pittsburgh. Mustered in 15 Oct 61. Discharged 30 Jan 63 on Surgeon's Certificate at New Bern, NC, due to kidney disease & shortness of breath contracted on Peninsula campaign.

HOWARD, William - Private, Co. G. Enrolled at age 19 from Bedford Co., PA. Mustered in 28 Dec 61. Deserted Feb 62.

HOWE, John Cotton - Private, Co. B. Born 15 Jan 1817 in Stafford, Tolland Co., Connecticut, son of John & Mary (Davison) Howe. Married 29 Jan 1843 to Lodemia F. Smith. Enrolled 1 Nov 61 at Mansfield, Tioga Co., PA; a 45 year old Farmer from Richmond Twp, Tioga Co., PA. Mustered in 12 Nov 61. Wounded 31 May 62 in the right hand at Fair Oaks, VA. Minne ball entered his right hand  between middle and third finger and was removed from his palm. Sent to White House, VA Landing Hospital. Transported aboard the steamship S. R. Spaulding to New York City from Fortress Monroe, VA to be admitted to the hospital. Discharged 26 March 63 on Surgeon's Certificate at New Bern, NC. After Lodemia's death, John married 15 April 1874 to Elizabeth Van Deusen. Died 22 Dec 1902 and is buried in Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield, PA. Bio | Photo

HOY, James - Private, Co. I. Born about 1842 in Franklin Twp, Westmoreland Co., PA, the son of Samuel  & Susannah Hoy. Enrolled 16 Sept 61 at age 19, a Farmer from Pittsburgh, PA. Mustered in 3 Dec 61. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Died 26 Aug 1864 at Andersonville, GA. Grave # 7000. Virginia Crilley

HUBBARD, George W. - Private, Co. B. Born in Tioga Co., PA. Married about 1846 to Charlotte D. Harris. Enrolled 20 Dec 61 at age 33, a Laborer from Charleston, Tioga Co., PA. Mustered in 30 Dec 61. Took sick shortly after the Battle of  Fair Oaks, in which he particated. Sent July 62 to Harrison's Landing until 1 Aug 62, then to Newark, NJ hospital. Discharged 9 Oct 62 at Newark, NJ hospital due to Chronic Diarrhea, exhaustion and extreme emaciation. Died 16 Oct 1862 at Big Flats, Chemung Co., NY. Widow Charlotte married M. Caufield on 28 Sept 1869.

HUFFMAN, William B. - Private, Co. G. Born 1826 in Bedford Co., PA, son of William & Christina Huffman. Enrolled 11 Oct 61 at age 33, a Farmer from Buffalo Mills, Bedford Co., PA. Mustered in 20 Dec 61. Received three wounds 31 May 62 at Fair Oaks, VA. Fragments of a shell in his left shoulder, 1 slight gun shot wound from a minnie ball in his left arm and wounded in his left side from a ball or buckshot. Sent to General Hospital, Judiciary Square, near Washington, DC from Harrison's Landing, VA. Discharged 5 Oct 63 at Plymouth, NC due to wounds. Married about 1873 to Tracy. Died 29 Nov 1904 at Buffalo Mills, PA and is buried at Lybarger Lutheran Church Cemetery, Madley, Bedford Co., PA. Headstone

HUGHES, Louis Cameron - Private, Co. A. Born 15 May 1842 in Philadelphia, PA, son of Samuel & Elizabeth (Edwards) Hughes. Enrolled 30 Sept 61 at age 21, a Farmer from Allegheny Co., PA. Mustered in 22 Oct 61. After the Battle of Fair Oaks was transported aboard the steamship S. R. Spaulding to New York City from Fortress Monroe, VA to be admitted to the hospital. Discharged 6 Oct 63 on Surgeon's Certificate. Enrolled next 19 May 64 in Co. C, Knapps Battery PA Light Artillery. Mustered out 15 Sept 64. Married 1 July 1869 to E. Josephine in Arizona. Governor of Arizona 1893-96. Died 24 Nov 1915 and is buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Tucson, Pima Co., AZ. Bio | Photo & Grave Photo

HULL, Abraham Bunn "Abram" - Private, Co. G. Born 11 June 1843 in Napier Twp, Bedford Co., PA, son of Samuel & Catherine (Egolf) Hull. Enrolled 2 Nov 61 at age 19, a Farmer from Schellsburg, Bedford Co., PA. Mustered in 28 Dec 61. Discharged 21 Jan 62 on Surgeon's Certificate. Married Sarah J. Died 24 Apr 1879 and is buried in the Hull Farm Cemetery, Schellsburg, Bedford Co., PA. Headstone

HUMBERT, John W. - Private, Detachment. Born in PA, the son of Orlando & Eliza Humbert. Enrolled as a Substitute. Mustered in 19 Oct 64. Discharged 3 May 65. Buried in Tent Presbyterian Church Cemetery, near Uniontown, PA. Grave marked "101 PA Res. Inf."

HUNTER, Clark Allison - 1st Sergeant, Co. F. Born Mar 1840 in Ohio Twp, Beaver Co., PA, son of Thomas & Jane Hunter. Enrolled 13 Oct 61 at age 22, a Farmer from Ohio Twp, Beaver Co., PA. Mustered in 9 Nov 61 as Private. Promoted 1 Dec 61 to 7th Corporal & 30 Jan 62 to Sgt. Promoted 1 March 63 to 1st Sgt. Discharged 4 Sept 63 on Surgeon's Certificate at Plymouth, NC. Married about 1870 to Kathryn Scroggs. Died 31 Jan 1908 in Beaver, PA. Buried in Beaver Cemetery, Beaver Co., PA. Section G Lot 1 1/2 - GAR # 892.

HUNTER, Clark M. - Private, Co. H. Born 21 Oct 1845 in Beaver Co., PA, the son of Abraham & Rebecca (Hicks) Hunter. Enrolled & Mustered in 27 Feb 64; an 18 year old Merchant from New Brighton, PA. Stationed March & April 64 at Roanoke Island, NC. Mustered out 25 June 65. Married 11 Sept 67 to Evaline F. Shearer at Athens, Ohio. Postmaster at Irish Ripple, PA. Died 21 July 1917 at Irish Ripple, Lawrence Co., PA. Buried at Newport Cemetery, Lawrence Co., PA. Paul Hunter

HUNTER, George A. - Private, Co. F. Born about 1841 in PA, son of John & Jane Hunter. Enrolled 21 Oct 61 at age 20, a Farmer from Ohioville, Beaver Co., PA. Mustered in 9 Nov 61. Died 1 Oct 1862 of sickness in Wessells Hospital at Suffolk, VA. Re-buried at Hampton National Cemetery, Hampton, VA. Section A, Grave # 3318.

HUNTER, William H. - Private, Co. H. Born 1836 in PA, son of Enoch & Mary (Musser) Hunter. Married about 1852 to Nancy J. Enrolled 3 Oct 61 at age 24, a Carpenter from Rochester, Beaver Co., PA. Mustered in 12 Nov 61. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA & Florence, SC. Paroled from Florence 13 Dec 64 at Charleston, SC. Discharged 4 April 65 to date 19 Dec 64. Member of Fayette County PA Veteran's Association. Died 21 March 1916 at Wharton Twp, Fayette Co., PA. Buried in Mount Washington Presbyterian Cemetery, Farmington, PA. Headstone

HURLEY, Alexander B. - Private, Co. I. Born 3 Dec 1822 in Cumberland Co., PA. Married Sarah H. Miller in 1846. Enrolled 2 Jan 62 at age 37, a Carpenter from Harrisburg, PA. Sick with Pneumonia in a Harrisburg Hospital during Jan 62. Continued illness after muster and sent home 22 Feb 62 on furlough. He stated he was too sick to return but was marked as a Dedserter. Returned 23 Feb 64 and was forwarded to the regiment at Roanoke Island, NC. Captain Clark, Commanding, assigned him duty and requested his superiors that Alexander be returned to duty without trial. Alexander claimed he loss sight in my his eye from an exploding percussion cap when firing his rifle during a  funeral for a comrade on 15 Sept 64 at Roanoke Island. Officially returned to active duty 14 June 65 at Camp Palmer, New Bern, NC; without pay and allowances occurred during his absence. Mustered out 25 June 65. Died 16 Oct 1901 at age 81 and is buried in Bethel Church / Doubling Gap Church of God Cemetery, Newville, Cumberland Co., PA. Name also listed as HORLEY.

HURLEY, George - Private, Co. I. Born 19 Nov 1824 in Cumberland Co., PA. Enrolled & Mustered In 26 Dec 61 at age 35, a Laborer from Harrisburg, PA. George and another man were carrying a barrel of coal up stairs into the cook house and they slipped. The man and barrel fell on George's chest. Admitted to Camp Curtin Hospital and sent 27 Feb 62 to the General Hospital, Harrisburg, PA. Furloughed from 28 Feb to 18 March 62. Discharged 5 April 62 on Surgeon's Certificate at Harrisburg, PA. Died 30 March 1908 and is buried in Bethel Church / Doubling Gap Church of God Cemetery, Newville, Cumberland Co., PA. Name also listed as HORLEY.

HUTTON, John - Private, Co. A. Born in Allegheny Co., PA. Enrolled 3 Sept 61 at age 18, a Farmer from Allegheny Co., PA. Mustered in 22 Oct 61. Wounded 30 May 62 in the right thigh at Fair Oaks, VA by minnie ball while advancing on the rebel line. Carried off the field. Taken from White House, VA to the hospital at Newport News, VA onboard the Knickerbocker. The Surgeon extracted the ball from the wound entrance and then was sent to Park Hospital, New York City. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Roanoke Island, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Paroled 27 Feb 64 at N.E. Ferry, Wilmington, NC. Mustered out 25 June 65. Married about 1868 to Elizabeth. Living in Wilkinsburg & Sterritt Twp, Allegheny Co., PA in 1890. Died 16 Sept 1909. Buried in Hebron United Presbyterian Cemetery, Penn Hills, Allegheny Co., PA.

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