ABBOTT, Chauncey Bulkley - Private, Co. K. Born 22 Aug 1845 in Philadelphia, PA; the son of Joseph Ephraim & Christiana (Stewart) Abbott. Enlisted at age of 18, a Moulder from Philadelphia, PA. Mustered in 14 Dec 61. Wounded at the Battle of Fair Oaks, VA. Transported aboard the steam transport C. Vanderbilt to New York City from Fortress Monroe, VA arriving 7 June 62. Discharged 1 April 63 on Surgeon's Certificate at New Bern, NC.

ABBOTT, Joseph Ephraim - Sergeant, Co. K. Born 6 Nov 1811 in Philadelphia, PA. Married Christiana Stewart. Enlisted 1 Sept 61 at Gettysburg, PA; a 44 year old Hatter from Philadelphia, PA. Mustered in 14 Dec 61. Wounded in the right shoulder 31 May 62 at Fair Oaks, VA. Discharged 31 Oct 63 on Surgeon's Certificate at Plymouth, NC. Died 11 Nov 1863 in Philadelphia, PA.

ACALEY, Henry - Private, Co. I. Born in Dauphin Co., PA. Enlisted 16 Jan 62 at Pittsburgh, PA; a 24 year old Farmer from Harrisburg, PA. Mustered in 18 Feb 62. Re-enlisted 17 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Confined at Andersonville, GA & Florence, SC. Died 9 Oct 1864 at Florence, SC. Buried as unknown at Florence National Cemetery.

ACHER, William H. - Musician,  Drummer, Co. H. Born May 1848 in Findley, Mercer Co., PA, the son of Daniel & Elizabeth (Cribbs) Acher. Enlisted 7 Oct 61 at age 18, a Farmer from Lancaster Twp, Butler Co., PA. Mustered in 29 Oct 61. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA & Florence, SC; then to Salisbury, NC. Transferred 22 Feb 65 from Salisbury to Richmond, VA. Paroled 24 Feb 65 at Aiken's Landing, VA. Transferred 28 Feb 65 to Camp Parole, Annapolis, MD. Camp Parole Hospital 8 March 65. Sent home on furlough 23 March 65. Discharged 12 June 65. Resided at Kremis & New Hamburg, Mercer Co., PA after the war. Admitted 20 April 1904 to the Soldiers Home, Dayton, OH. Transferred 2 Oct 1904 to the Soldiers Home, Johnson City, TN. Died 25 March 1910 of a cerebral hemorrhage. Buried in Mountain Home National Cemetery, Johnson City, TN. Section H, Row 4, Grave #8. Name also listed as ACHRE.

ACHILLES, Andrew - Private, Co. I. Son of Christina Achilles. Enlisted at age 19, a Farmer from Pittsburgh, PA. Mustered in 3 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. Sept to Oct 62: absent on Grand Guard. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA & Florence, SC. While at the Florence Stockade, and suffering from scurvy, he gave his oath of allegiance to the Confederacy to save his life with the intent of escaping. He attempted escape from the CSA and was recaptured along with several others. He was returned to the Florence Stockade dying in the hospital shortly after his return around 1 Dec 1864. Buried as an unknown at the Florence National Cemetery. Listed on tablet 21 at the Soldiers & Sailors Hall, Pittsburgh, PA.

ADAMS, Charles - Corporal, Co. E. Enlisted 1 Sept 61 at Pittsburgh, PA; a 21 year old Farmer from Allegheny Co., PA. Mustered in 5 Nov 61. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Supposedly died 3 or 31 Oct 1864 at Andersonville, GA. Buried as unknown or died in another prison. Name appears on tablet 21 at the Soldiers & Sailors Hall, Pittsburgh, PA.

ADAMS, David - Private, Co. K. Born 23 May 1839. Enlisted 31 Oct 61 at Cambria Co., PA; a 20 year old Farmer or Tanner from Cambria Co., PA. Mustered in 14 Dec 61. Wounded by gunshot wound to back and right shoulder at Fair Oaks, VA. Admitted 4 June 62 to St. Joseph Hospital, Philadelphia. Transferred 3 March 63 to the 16th and Filbert Street Hospital, Philadelphia. Transferred 12 March 63 to McClellan Hospital. Philadelphia. Assigned 18 Aug 63  to Co. G, 16 Regt. Veteran Reserve Corps, 2nd Battalion. Discharged 20 Dec 1864. Married to Mary Priscilla Hemphill who died 27 June 1891. Re-married 25 June 1895 to Margaret. David died 24 Aug 1905 and is buried at Anderson Cemetery, Fishertown, Bedford Co., PA. Children admitted to Orphan's School | Vincent Adams

ADAMS, David - Private, Detachment. Served in Battery B, Knapps Battery. Enrolled in the 101st PA as a Substitute at age 19. Mustered in 7 Oct 64 at Pittsburgh, PA. Discharged 3 May 65. Died 1 Nov 1895 in Pittsburgh. Buried in Union Dale Cemetery. Name appears on tablet 21 at the Soldiers & Sailors Hall, Pittsburgh, PA. Headstone

ADAMS, John A. - Private, Co. K. Brother of David Adams. Enlisted 31 Oct 61 at Cambria Co., PA; a 19 year old Farmer or Laborer from Cambria Co., PA.  Mustered in 14 Dec 61. Musket ball wound in the left arm 31 May 62 at Fair Oaks, VA. 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 26 March 1863 at New Bern, NC. Vincent Adams

ADAMS, Joseph - Private, Co. K. Enlisted at age 61, a Farmer from Cambria Co., PA. Transferred from the "Silver Grays." Mustered in 27 Feb 62 at Harrisburg, PA. Spent most of his enlistment in various hospitals. Discharged on Surgeon's Certificate. Died 15 May 1890. No widow or children.

ADAMS, Josiah "Jesse" - Private, Co. K. Born in Cambria Co., PA; brother of David Adams. Enlisted at age 21, a Farmer from Cambria Co., PA. Mustered in 14 Dec 61. Wounded 31 May 62 at Fair Oaks, VA. Returned to duty on 25 July 62. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Paroled 24 Feb 65 at N. E. Ferry, Wilmington, NC. Mustered out 25 June 65. Vincent Adams

AHLBORN, Augustus - Private, Co. G. Enrolled at age 35, a Farmer from Dry Ridge, Bedford Co., PA. Mustered in 28 Dec 61. Deserted Feb 1862.

AKERS, John Thomas - Private, Co. D. Born 23 July 1845 in Bedford Co., PA. Enrolled 9 Oct 61 in Co. D, 55th PA at age 18, a Cabinet Maker from Bedford Co., PA. Enrolled & mustered into the 101st PA on 8 Feb 62. Discharged 28 Nov 1862 on Surgeon's Certificate, Sufflok, VA. Burgess Of Hollidaysburg, Blair Co., PA. Died 18 June 1917. Buried in the Presbyterian Cemetery, Hollidaysburg, PA. Obituary & Headstone

ALDRIDGE, William - Private, Co. A, Detachment. Born in Hull, Michigan. Enlisted as a Substitute. Mustered in 14 July 63 at Greensburg, PA. Assigned 31 Aug 63 to Camp Copeland, Pittsburgh. 26 April 65: detached duty as escort, to the field, with recruits. Discharged 3 May 65. Living in Valencia, Butler Co., PA in 1890. Died 31 July 1906. Name also spelled ALDRICH.

ALLEN, Jonathan "John" J. - Private, Detachment. Born 11 May 1835 in Washington Co., PA, son of William & Catherine (Smith) Allen. Married 7 Aug 1860 to Christina Anna Bedillion. Drafted. Mustered in 26 May 64. Discharged 3 May 65.  Died 28 April 1916 in Buffalo Twp, Washington Co., PA. Buried in Section L, Washington Cemetery.

ALLENDER, John G. - Private, Co. E. Enlisted at age 26, a Printer from Pittsburgh, PA. Died 20 June 1862 at Springfield Farm, VA. Name appears on tablet 21 at the Soldiers & Sailors Hall, Pittsburgh, PA.

ALLINDER, Samuel - Private, Co. A. Born in Allegheny Co., PA. Enlisted at age 20, a Printer from Allegheny Co., PA. Mustered in 22 Oct 61. 17-31 Dec 61: sick at home, on furlough until recovered. Discharged 14 May 63  at Plymouth, NC on Surgeon's Certificate. Died 22 Sept 1916 at Cook County Hospital, Chicago, IL. Buried 26 Sept 1916 in Fairmont Cemetery. Name appears on tablet 21 at the Soldiers & Sailors Hall, Pittsburgh, PA.

ALLISON, Joseph - Private, Co. F. Born 1821 in Huntington, PA. Enrolled at age 40, a Miller from Hookstown, Beaver Co., PA. Mustered in 19 Nov 61. Discharged 7 Feb 63 on Surgeon's Certificate at New Bern, NC. Died 1903. Buried at Spring Grove Cemetery, East Liverpool, Columbiana Co., OH. Obituary & Headstone

ALTER, Hiram A. - Private, Detachment. Born in Akron, OH. Drafted at age 42 at Pittsburgh, PA. Mustered in 9 July 63. Assigned to Camp Copeland, PA. Transferred 13 Dec 63 to Camp Reynolds, Pittsburgh. Discharged 3 May 65. Died 1 Jan 1922 in Pittsburgh, PA. Buried in Allegheny Cemetery Section 31, Lot 101, Grave 1. Name appears on tablet 21 at the Soldiers & Sailors Hall, Pittsburgh, PA.

ALTER, Jacob A. - Private, Co. K. Born 1832 in Westmoreland Co., PA; the son of Alexander & Mary J. (Buchanan) Alter. Married Elizabeth Wilkinson. Enrolled 19 Sept 62 at Pittsburgh, PA. Mustered in 11 Oct 62. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Confined at Andersonville, GA, Charleston Race Course, SC and the Florence Stockade, SC. Paroled 6 Dec 64 from Florence at Charleston, SC. Died 15 Dec 1864 on Morris Island, SC near Charleston at time of parole. Warren Alter

ALTER, James Logan - Private, Co. I. Son of Henry H. & Lucinda (Logan) Alter. Enlisted 26 Nov 61 at Pittsburgh, PA; a 17 year old Carpenter from Freeport, Armstrong Co., PA. Mustered in 30 Dec 61. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Died 7 Sept 1864 of Scorbutus in the hospital at Andersonville, GA. Grave 8185. Headstone Name appears on tablet 21 at the Soldiers & Sailors Hall, Pittsburgh, PA. Warren Alter

AMENT, Uriah - Corporal, Co. I. Born in Westmoreland Co., PA. Enlisted at age 23, a Carpenter from Pittsburgh, PA. Mustered in 15 Oct 61. Re-enlisted 27 Feb 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA & Florence, SC. Died 12 Nov 1864 at Florence Stockade, SC. Buried as unknown at Florence National Cemetery. Name appears on tablet 21 at the Soldiers & Sailors Hall, Pittsburgh, PA.

AMICK, Josiah - Private, Co. D. Born 11 Nov 1845 in Bedford Co., PA, the son of David & Hannah Amick. Enlisted at age 18, a Farmer from Bedford Co., PA. Mustered in 1 Nov 61. Died 29 Nov 1862 at Suffolk, VA. Buried next to George Traux 1 Dec 62 in the Baptist Church yard. Probably later re-interred in Hampton National Cemetery, VA. Also listed as EMICK.

ANDERSON, James - Private, Co. G. Born in Bedford Co., PA. Enlisted at age 21, 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 & Savannah, GA. Died 1 Dec 1864 at Savannah, GA. Re-buried at Beaufort National Cemetery, Beaufort, SC.

ARENDT, John , Sr. - Private, Co. K. Born 24 June 1808 near Gettysburg in Adams Co., PA, son of Jacob & Magdalena Molly (Gilbert) Arendt. Married Mary Barbara Colwell/Corwell 1 Sep 1831 in Adams County. Enrolled 4 Feb 62 in Gettysburg, PA at age 54, a Blacksmith from Gettysburg, PA. When enlisting in the army, he stated an incorrect age of 44. Mustered in 14 Dec 61. Discharged for disability 7 Nov 62 at TN Volunteers Camp, Suffolk, VA. Died 14 Feb 1902 in Monmouth, Warren Co., IL. Buried in Monmouth Cemetery. Headstone | Photo | Denise Mortorff  & Shirley Arendt

ARENDT, John Wesley Keller - Private, Co. K. Born 20 April 1842 in Arendtsville, Adams Co., PA, the son of John & Mary Barbara (Colwell/Corwell) Arendt. First enlisted 20 April `61 in Co. E, 2nd PA Infantry. Mustered out 26 July 61 at Harrisburg, PA. Enlisted in the 101st PA at age 21, a Stone Mason from Gettysburg, PA. Mustered in 28 Dec 61. Wounded during the Hyde County Raid, NC. Company K was sent to assist, but the fighting was over when they arrived. During this time, the men crossed a ravine / creek on rails. John slipped, dislocating his right shoulder and injured his arm. He returned to Plymouth where Dr. Rush and Frick attended him. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive in Andersonville, GA & Charleston, SC. Paroled 11 Dec 64 at Charleston, SC. Reported 19 Dec 64 to Camp Parole, Annapolis, MD. Mustered out 25 June 65. Died 13 April 1921 in Joy, Mercer Co., IL. Buried at Cedar Creek Cemetery, near Little York, Warren Co., IL. Headstone | Photo | Denise Mortorff & Shirley Arendt

ARKWRIGHT, Lyman B. - Private, Co. F. Born April 1842 in Trumbull Co., OH, the son of J & Catherine Arkwright. Enlisted at Beaver Co., PA; a 19 year old Student from Wellsville, Columbiana Co., Ohio living at Smith's Ferry, PA. Mustered in 9 Nov 61. Arrived 2 July 62 at Fort Monroe, VA from White House, VA on the State of Maine. Deserted July 62 from the hospital at Philadelphia, PA. Enlisted 9 Feb 64 as a Private in Battery F, 21st OH Independent Battery. Mustered out 17 Aug 1866. Lived in Haselton, Youngstown Twp, Mahoning Co., OH after the war.

ARMOR, David M. - Lieutenant Colonel. Born 2 March 1832 in Carlisle, PA; the son of George & Sarah (Gillespie) Armor. Enrolled 21 Aug `61 at Pittsburgh, PA; a 29 year old Clerk from Pittsburgh, PA. Mustered in 14 Dec 61 as Captain of Co. A. Commissioned 1 July 62 as Major by Governor Curtain for gallant conduct at Fair Oaks, VA. Promoted 6 Oct 62 to Lieut. Colonel. Discharged 2 May 63. Married Margaret M. Backoven in 1866. Died 26 July 1881 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA. Buried in Allegheny Cemetery, Lawrenceville, PA. David's name appears on tablet 21 at the Soldiers & Sailors Hall, Pittsburgh, PA.

ARMOR, George - Sergeant, Co. A. Born 1 Nov 1839 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA; the son of George & Sarah (Gillespie) Armor. Enrolled 21 Aug 61 at Pittsburgh, PA; a 22 year old Lithographer from Pittsburgh, PA. Mustered in 22 Oct 61 as Sgt. Discharged 20 June 62 on Surgeon's Certificate at Springfield Farm, VA. Died 16 Nov 1912. Buried in Allegheny Cemetery, Lawrenceville, PA. Section 35, Lot 1, Grave 2. Name appears on tablet 21 at the Soldiers & Sailors Hall, Pittsburgh, PA.

ARMOR, James C. - Private, Co. A. Born 1842 in Allegheny Co., PA; the son of George & Sarah (Gillespie) Armor. First enrolled as a Private, Co. B, 54th PA. Enlisted & mustered in 23 Feb 64 at Pittsburgh, PA, a 21 year old Fireman from Pittsburgh. Died 13 July 1864 of Typhoid Fever in the hospital at Roanoke Island, NC. Buried or memorial in Allegheny Cemetery, Lawrenceville, PA. Unmarked grave, Section 9, Lot 162. Name appears on tablet 21 at the Soldiers & Sailors Hall, Pittsburgh, PA. Obituary

ASKINS, George Washington - Private, Co. A. Born 14 April 1829 in Perry Co., PA, son of William & Jane Askins. Enrolled 14 Dec 61 at Pittsburgh, PA; a 33 year old Pump Maker from Spring Twp, Perry Co., PA. Mustered in 28 Dec 61. Transferred April 62 to 8th NY Light Artillery. Mustered out of the 8th NY 30 June 65 at Norfolk, VA. Died 31 May 1892 at Elliottsburg, Perry Co., PA. Buried in Mount Gilead United Methodist Church Cemetery. Headstone

ASPEY, Ezra P. - Private, Detachment. Born about 12 Aug 1843 in East Huntingdon Twp, Westmoreland Co., PA, the son of John & Elizabeth Aspey. First enlisted 26 Aug 62 in Co. B, 142nd PA Infantry. Discharged 20 Jan 63 for disability. Drafted into the 101st PA. Mustered in 30 June 64. Discharged 3 May 65. Died Jan 1923 in Milford, Dickinson Co., Iowa. Buried in Milford Cemetery. Obituary & Headstone

AULT, Daniel Watson "Watt" - Musician, Co. C. Born 28 Dec 1844 in Lawrence Co., PA; the son of John Collins & Catherine (Sherrard) Ault. Enlisted 6 Sept 62 at Wampum, Lawrence Co., PA; an 18 year old Lumberman from Big Beaver Twp, Lawrence Co., PA. Mustered in 6 Nov 61 as a Private. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Held captive at Andersonville, GA, Charleston & Florence, SC. Paroled 6 Dec 64. Discharged 6 June 65. Married Charlotte Grier. Died 18 April 1912 at Kansas City, Wyandotte Co., KS. (Apparently also used an alias of Daniel Watson) Mary L. Beck

AULT, James L. - Private, Co. C. Born about 1834 in Shenango Twp, Lawrence Co., PA; the son of John Collins & Catherine (Sherrard) Ault. Married Maria Jennie Lowrey. Enlisted 6 Sept 62 at Wampum, Lawrence Co., PA from Big Beaver Twp, Lawrence Co., PA. Mustered in 28 Sep 62. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Died 12 Aug 1864 at Andersonville, GA. Grave 5511. Mary L. Beck

AUMAN, Ananias - Private, Unassigned. Born April 1826 in Somerset Co., PA. Married Catherine Glassbrenner. Enlisted at Pittsburgh, PA; a 39 year old Laborer from Allegheny Co., PA. Mustered in 28 Feb 65. After the war he married Malinda Miller. Died 2 Nov 1905 in Medina Co., OH.

AUSBURN, Finley M. - Private, Co. G. Born 1844 in Elizabeth, Allegheny Co., PA. Enrolled 18 Feb 62 at age 19. Mustered in 20 Feb 62. Contracted kidney and heart disease at White Oak Swamp, VA from exposure. In Aug 62 he was taken to Philadelphia onboard the Elm City to be admitted to the hospital. Admitted 31 Aug 62. Discharged 15 Oct 62 on Surgeon's Certificate due to Endocarditis at 5th Street Hospital, Philadelphia, PA. Married 19 July 1864 to Ellen L. Died 1 Nov 1922 in Elizabeth, PA and is buried in Elizabeth Cemetery, Elizabeth, Allegheny Co., PA. Also listed as Findley A. OSBORN.

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