THIRTY THIRD REGIMENT -- FOURTH RESERVE.
Company A -- John Hartman, wounded at Hatcher's Run; Vincent Kreidle.
THIRTY-EIGHTH REGIMENT -- NINTH RESERVE.
Company D -- Sergeant John H. Mechling, m. i. s. May 3, 1861; pro. to Sergt. May 3, 1861; killed at Charles City Cross Roads, June 30, 1862.
Alex. Schrecenghost, m .i. s. Oct. 18, 1862; dis. Jan. 6, 1864.
Wm. Sweeney, William Barnet, Henry Barnet, David Hunnell.
THIRTY-NINTH REGIMENT -- TENTH RESERVE.
1st Lieutenant Wilson Smith, William B. Gilison, Enoch Bennett, William Roberts.
Company -- William B. Gibson, m. i. s. June 17, 1861; lost right arm at Gaines Mill, Va.; dis. on surgeon's certificate, Sept. 1, 1862.
FORTIETH REGIMENT -- ELEVENTH RESERVE.
Company E -- Captain John F. King.
FORTY-THIRD REGIMENT -- FIRST ARTILLERY.
Battery B -- Leander Vaughn, m. i. s. Aug. 25, 1864; m. o. June 9, 1865.
Battery F -- Wm. W. Kline, Henry Byers.
Surgeon J. K. Maxwell.
Company F -- William T. Glenn, m. i. s. Oct. 4, 1861; dis. 1863.
[Mustered in Sept. 2, 1864, and mustered out June 21, 1865, except where otherwise specified.]
Company H -- Jacob Baker, Michael Boycer, Jacob Clark, John A. Dunmire, James A. Lowry, James Rufer, George Sheaffer, John Rankin (m. i. s. Sept. 21, 1864; dis. on surgeon's certificate Dec. 29, 1864).
Company F -- Jacob Eppler.
FIFTY-NINTH REGIMENT -- SECOND CAVALRY.
Samuel Keener, John Thomas, Alfred Pearson, Jackson Pugh, John Montgomery, George Harris, ------ Gray, Jerry Myers.
Company M -- Lieutenant Bart. Campbell, Robert Swan (died at Richmond), John Conarman, John Critzer, Henry Critsar, George Miller, John R. Swan, Jos. Altshouse, George Bell, William T. Glenn (enl. spring of 1864; dis. at expiration of service; enl. in 2d U. S. Cav. 1868).
Company D -- John McNab (also soldier in Mexican war, 11th regt. U. S. A.
Company C -- James Pence.
Company I -- James Alexander Glenn (m. i. s. July 29, 1861; pro. to Corp. Sept. 18l63; m. o. with Co. July 13, 1864.
SIXTY-FOURTH REGIMENT -- FOURTH CAVALRY.
Company D -- Captain John C. Paul (m. i. s. Sept. 12, 1861; pro. from 1st Lt. Co. C to Capt. Nov. 1, 1864; to Bt. Major March 13, 1865; Com. May 18, 1865; m. o. July 1865).
Company E -- Sergeant H. W. Kerr, Corporal John O'Brian, Corporal L. S. Cline, Emanuel Girt, William Smith, David Speilman, George Speilman, all veterans.
Company L -- Captain Samuel W. King, A. L. Breneman, Thomas Beale.
Principal musician Joseph Clark, m. i. s. May 28, 1861, Co. E; pro. from musician of that Co. to principal musician of reg. Jan. 1, 1864; m. o. with reg. July 2, 1864.
Note. -- Joseph Clark, a native of Kittanning and now a resident of the place, was at the time of his enlistment in Philadelphia, and enlisted in April in the 71st Pa. Vol. Inf., originally called Colonel Baker's California regiment. He was without doubt the youngest soldier in the Union army, being born Jan. 4, 1849, and therefore about twelve years and three months old when he enlisted, or twelve years and four months when mustered.
Company F -- John Kohlepp, John Weston, Fred Whal.
SIXTY-FIFTH REGIMENT -- FIFTH CAVALRY.
Company G -- James M. Lambing, m. i. s. Sept. 2, 1862; dis. on surgeon's certificate March 25, 1863.
Company I -- John Nelson, enlisted Feb. 10, 1864; dis. Aug. 20, 1865.
ONE HUNDREDTH REGIMENT.
ONE HUNDRED AND FIRST REGIMENT.
Company G -- S. P. Briney (enlisted Sept. 20, 1861; m. i. s. Dec. 2, 1861; dis. Dec. 31, 1863; re-enlisted as veteran Jan. 1, 1864; dis. July 23, 1865; prisoner eight months at Andersonville, Charleston and Florence); Augustus Truxell.
ONE HUNDRED AND SECOND REGIMENT.
ONE HUNDRED AND THIRD REGIMENT.
Company E -- First Lieutenant Christopher M. Otto, m. i. s. Dec. 7, 1861; dis. Oct. 28, 1862.
ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTH REGIMENT -- ELEVENTH CAVALRY.
Company John B. Loomis, (m. i. s. Sept. 25, 1861; killed at Ream's Station, Va., June 29, 1864); Sameul D. McMasters, G. R. Armstrong, Thomas Bales, Joseph Gates.
ONE HUNDRED AND TWELFTH REGIMENT -- SECOND ARTILLERY.
Company D. -- D. W. Scheaffer, J. J. Scheaffer, Al. Scheaffer, A. C. Finley, P. C. George, W. R. Helfrick.
Company E -- J. J. Shaffer.
Company I -- J. R. Henderson*(16), P. M. Klingensmith, Henry Hancock, S. P. Walker. [These men were enlisted in winter or spring of 1864 and served to the close of war.]
Company L -- E. Miller, killed.
Company M -- Daniel Miller, Simon Rupert, Isaac Woodside, John Fricks (died), Robert Cook (died), Nelson Mason, Henry Hargrave.
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-THIRD REGIMENT.
Company I -- M. Thompson, I. G. Stewart (Sergt., afterward enlisted in Co. D, 6th Heavy Artillery, 2d Lt).
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIFTH REGIMENT.
Company K -- W. R. Ramaley, m. i. s. Aug. 2, 1862; dis. May 19, 1863.
ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-FIFTH REGIMENT.
Wm. H. Crouch, John Bell, William L. Hatham, Findley Hall, David Hall, Henry H. McCright, James G. Rankin, James N. McCracken, John L. Drake, Matthias Drake, William Colwell.
ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-SEVENTH REGIMENT.
Johnston Matthews, Sam'l L. Myers, H. A. Bricker, M. B. Matthews, Albert H. Rea.
ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-SECOND REGIMENT.
ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-EIGHTH REGIMENT.
[Enlisted Aug. 16, 1862, and discharged June 20, 1865, except those otherwise specified].
Company E -- James Devinney (enlisted Oct. 10, 1862; dis. May,, 1863), Joseph H. Moorhead (pro. to Sergt. June 1, 1864), John C. Moorhead, John Kenly (pro. to 2d Lt. Feb. 1865), William Fisher (died Oct. 9, 1862), Wm. C. Devinney (pro. to 2d Sergt. June 10, 1863: to Q. M. Sergt. June 1, 1864.
Other companies -- George W. Roland, Lebbnes Woods, Daniel C. Whitacre, John G. Rowland, Robert P. Thompson, John B. Shawl.
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-SECOND REGIMENT -- THIRD ARTILLERY.
Frank K. Patterson, m. i. s. Feb. 12, 1864; m. o. July 29, 1865.
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-FIFTH REGIMENT.
Company A -- Bernard Moss, m. i. s. Aug. 23, 1862; m. o. June, 1865.
Company H -- William O. Gray, m. i. s. Aug. 22, 1862; died at Washington, D. C., Feb. 17, 1863.
ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTIETH REGIMENT
ANDERSON TROOP -- FIFTEENTH CAVALRY.
[Enlisted August 1862; discharged at close of the war.]
Thos. N. Hathaway (Co. B), Milton E. Shaw (Sergt. Co. I), Thos. J. McCall (Sergt. Co. H), James Martin (Co. F), James Lea (Co. F), George Heck (Co. M), Jacob Maxheimer (Co. M), John Crum, Darwin Phelps, James Over, Norwood Pinney.
ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FIRST REGIMENT -- SIXTEENTH CAVALRY.
James H. Ramsey, John S. Ramsey.
ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-THIRD REGIMENT -- EIGHTEENTH CAVALRY.
Quartermaster James C. Golden, m. i. s. Dec. 1, 1862; dis. July 21, 1865.
Company H -- Peter A. Jacks, Isaiah Klingensmith.
ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-SECOND REGIMENT
Company F -- J. M. Barclay, enlisted Dec. 20, 1863; dis. July 20, 1865.
ONE HUNDRED AND NINETY-THIRD REGIMENT.
Company B -- John B. Patrick, enlisted July 15, 1864; dis. Sept. 21, 1864; re-enlisted in 2d Co. 97th Pa. Vet. Vol. Sept. 25, 1864; dis. June 17, 1865. [Prior to enlistment in the 193d, he had been in Co. B., 2d Bat., six months Pa. Vols.]
ONE HUNDRED AND NINETY-NINTH REGIMENT.
Company H -- John M. Patton, enlisted Sept. 21, 1864; dis. June 28, 1865.
TWO HUNDRED AND TWELFTH REGIMENT -- SIXTH HEAVY ARTILLERY.
[Enlisted Sept. 1, 1864, and discharged June 23, 1865.]
Company B -- John A. Woodward.
Company H -- Officers -- First Lieutenant C. S. Miller, Second Lieutenant J. F. Cline; Sergeants Charles S. Keniston, Jas. E. Bale; Corporal Geo. W. Burket; Musician Geo. H. Miller. Privates: Samuel J. Anthony, Fred Bair, John A. Brunel, Daniel Crietsor, Leman Donahu, John A. Ehrenfield, Chas. S. Garver, Wm. S. Hollabaugh, Abram Klingensmith, Wm. G. Long, Wm. H. Merriman, Wm. J. Mann, Robert McKallip, David Sherrey, Jackson Stilt, John F. Shall, Jonathan Stoops, Daniel Spihu, Charles Troxford, Aaron Hill, Jeremiah Grinder.
THOMPSON'S BATTERY -- INDEPENDENT COMPANY.
Simon Shoop, Abram Weaver, Witson Hazlett, Thomas Bowman (died in service), John S. Hughes, Jacob Shall,George Jack.
SIXTH U. S. CAVALRY.
[Enlisted in August, 1861, and discharged in August, 1864.]
Company D -- H. R. McClelland, A. Shuster, John Smith, B. F. Kaig, Samuel Duncan, J. Fatkin, John Blaine, Joseph Blaine, Alexander Watson.
Company K -- Daniel Sweeney, Richard Dias.
MISSISSIPPI MARINE BRIGADE -- LIGHT BATTERY E.
[Enlisted Feb. 25, 1864, and discharged Feb. 1, 1865.)
A. J. Gilison (1st Lt.), S. W. Gilison, E. E. Castertine, Robert Donaldson, Alex. Kuhns, Wm. Harper, Robert Pennington, Daniel Toomey, Shirwell Smith, Henry Chapman, Jas. Weaver, Andrew Stivesaub, Jas. Griffin, Jas. Ryan, Wm. Lane, Jas. Churchhill, Washton Drew, Jas. Carl, Roland Bolilnger, John Milligan, Wm. Shoup, John Millberger, Levi Shaner, Richard Lenning, Wallace Ford, John Brown, Samuel Ritchie, Jas. C. Ritchie, Paul Stewart, Wm. S. Duncan, Samuel Fuller, H. G. Foster, E. M. Duff.
FIFTY-FOURTH REGIMENT -- MILITIA OF 1863.
Company E -- John Moor.
FIFTY-SEVENTH REGIMENT -- MILITIA OF 1863.
Company D -- 2d Sergeant Joseph H. Patrick.
SECOND BATTALION -- MILITIA OF 1863.
Officers -- 2d Lieutenant Wm. T. Jackson.
Privates -- John M. Gamble, Jos. B. Jackson, Wm. S. Shannon, Newton D. Shannon, Alfred Schrecenghost, Joseph A. Watt.
Benjamin Davis, David McGinley, David Todd, John Handtermack, Philip Duncan, Thomas Cain, Abram Critzer, Leonard Kunkle, James Huston, George Johnston, Wm. Weaver, John Drum, James Egan, William Harris (colored), Joseph Kelly (colored), Thos. Kenley, Daniel Kennedy, Samuel Kebler, Joseph Kebler, Samuel Hawk, Wm. W. Smith, Jacob Shoop, Sam'l Shoop, Vincent Kriettey, John Harman, Christ Hilwine, Henry Hundtermark, Sam'l Sheldon, John Barr, Thos. Dias, Geo. Dias, Louis Goehring, William Byer, David Crawford, John Webb, Lieutenant Roney (colored regiment), Geo. Stivenson, wagon master at headquarters, Washington, D. C.
NEW YORK REGIMENTS.
Bordan Rifles -- John Quinn, John Mott, Charles McCaulley.
Lieutenant Robert Curran, James Sample, Chambers Bowser.
TWENTY SECOND REGIMENT -- MILITIA OF 1862.
[Organized Sept. 16, and discharged Sept. 29, 1862.]
FIELD AND STAFF.
Major Darwin Phelps.
Quartermaster Jas. B. Neale.
Captain John K. Calhoun.
First Lieutenant Albert Robinson.
Second Lieutenant Grier C. Orr.
First Sergeant Henry F. Phelps.
Sergeants Wm. Logan, James B. Neale (pro. to Q. M.), Peter Wharl, John R. Reynolds.
Corporals Jas. M'Masters, Carl Shultz, Theo. McConnell, Geo. W. Bartheld.
Clarence Brown, Wm. Blaney, Wm. R. Baum, Charles G. Barclay, Jas. C. Bovard, John Brown, Jonathan Boyd, Lewis Biehl, Stephen Bossinger, Henry A. Colwell, Jas. P. K. Croll, Andrew Craig, Washington R. Christy, James Dugan, Jas. T. Dickey, Vincent Davidson, Jas. P. Dougherty, Wm. Ellmyer, John Estler, Charles Feight, Carl Frederick, Augustus Frederick, Joseph Gibson, Jas. H. George, Jas. A. Gordon, John A. Houser, Wm. B. Hasting, Chas. Hasterman, Wm. Herche, John H. Huston, Marcus Hulings, Louis Hess, Geo. P. Kroh, Barnard Kordes, Amos B. Lerch, Dan'l Lemon, Conrad Leck, Jas. D. Logan, Lee Mechling, Wm. B. Meredith, Frederick Moesta, Philander Meredith, Enos M'Bride, Jas. M'Cullough, Turney Neal, Barclay Nulton, Jas. B. Oswald, Darwin Phelps (pro. to Major), Joseph Painter, John Prunkard, Stephen Prunkard, John D. Reynolds, Ross Reynolds, Philip Reichart, John N. Row, Jas. B. Robinson, John E. Reichart, Robt. Robinson, Chas. T. Shotte, Jas. H. Stivenson, Frederick G. Schotte, Joseph S. Smith, Conrad Straub, George Stone, Samuel S. Swan, James Simpson, Samuel Tate, Alex. Tarr, John Volk, James Weaver, Henry Wygant, Josiah K. Wilson, Augustus E. Wellman.
Captain Joseph T. Irwin.
1st Lieutenant Wm. M. Cochran.
2d Lieutenant John A. Calhoun.
1st Sergeant Jacob B. Guyer.
Sergeants George V. Truitt, Wm. S. Beck, Samuel Cochran, Howard F. King.
Corporals John Ellenberger, Abel A. Findley, Johnston M'Gaughey, Jas. C. King.
Musician Harrison Marshall.
Wm. J. Bollman, Jos. S. Bollman, John W. Borland, David F. Cresswell, John Cochran, Jacob M. Cabel, Cyrus Goss, Benjamin C. Irwin, John C. Kirkpatrick, Robert Kells, Geo. H. Lang, Wm. S. Marshall, Findley P. Marshall, Wm. C. Marshall, Archibald A. Marshall, Devid L. Marshall, John M. Marshall, Samuel Neal, Jos. H. Patrick, George H. Rudy, Jocob Segar, Philip Smith, Martin W. Travis, Wm. R. Thompson, Donaldson D. Wilson.
Capt. Joshua Hall.
1st Lieutenant Alex. C. Foster.
2d Lieutenant Thomas M'Colgin.
1st Sergeant Robert M'Farland.
Sergeants James M'Granahan, Andrew J. M'Intosh, Elias Crisman, Jeremiah Elgin.
Corporals Samuel Cassady, Samuel Morrow, John C. Rhra, Frank M'Gaughy.
Musician Wm. Brown.
James Akins, Thomas P. Blair, Geo. W. Brown, Wm. Carson, Wm. Earhart, Samuel Elgin, M'Curdy J. Ewing, Jackson A. Foster, Andrew Gallahar, Wm. H. Gray, Francis C. Gardner, Robert Hall, James A. Lowrey, Henry a M'Afoos, Jas. M'Elvey, Alden C. Pruden, Thomas Patterson, Andrew D. Southworth, Jonathan Schrecenghost, John A. Stewart, John Stewart, Adam Turney, Andrew Wilson, David White.
Source: Page(s) 60-100, History of Armstrong County, Pennsylvania by Robert Walker Smith, Esq.
Chicago: Waterman, Watkins & Co., 1883.
Transcribed January 1999 by James R Hindman for the Armstrong County Smith Project.
Published 1999 by the Armstrong County Pennsylvania Genealogy Project.
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