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History of Cambria County, V.2

272 HISTORY OF CAMBRIA COUNTY.
  • Patrick R. Markley ; w, at Petersburg, June 18, 1864; must. out with Co.
  • Thos. Markley ; must. out with Co.
  • Simon Metzler ; must. out with Co. Thos. A. Martin ; pris. from April 5 to April 9, 1865; disch. by gen. order, May 18, 1865.
  • Wm R. Marsch ; wounded at Petersburg, Va., June 18, 1865; disch. on surg. cert., May 16, 1865.
  • Jacob Middower ; killed at Amelia Springs, Va., April 5, 1865.
  • Barnabas Moore ; died at Washington. D. C., Dec. 15, 1864.
  • Geo. Miller ; died at David's Island, N. Y., Aug. 28, 1864; burial record. Aug. 16, 1864; buried at Phila., Pa.
  • Jas. B. Mayers.
  • Peter O'Conner ; disch. by spec. order. Jan 9, 1865.
  • Jas. Penrod ; wounded at Petersburg. Va., July 26, 1864; must out with Co., July 8, 1865.
  • Jeremiah Penrod ; disch. by gen. order. June 21, 1865.
  • Geo. Palmer ; must. out with Co.
  • Jas. Patter ; must. out with Co.
  • David F. Patton ; must. out with Co.
  • David Plowman ; absent sick at muster-out.
  • Henry Peden ; must. out with Co. July 8, 1865.
  • Wm. Pearson ; killed at Petersburg, Va., June 18, 1864.
  • Winfield S. Rager ; disch. by gen. order, June 9, 1865.
  • Sam'l Rogger ; must. out with Co.
  • Sam'l Rhoades ; wounded at Sailor's Creek, Va., April 6, 1865; disch. by gen. order, July 24, 1865.
  • Albert Rock ; must. out with Co.
 
  • Robt. S. Ramsey ; must. out with Co.
  • Elliot D. Rolstone ; must. out with Co.
  • David Resler ; must out with Co.
  • James J. Rodgers ; must. out with Co.
  • Ottinger Reed ; absent sick at muster-out.
  • Jesse Rooken ; disch. on surg. cert., Dec. 27, 1864.
  • David Rolstone.
  • Samuel Reesler.
  • John Spade ; must. out with Co.; vet.
  • Skirrow Smith ; must. out with Co.
  • Abraham Smith ; must. out with Co.
  • Sam'l Stutzman ; wounded at Petersburg, Va., June 18, 1864; must. out with Co.
  • Aaron Stains ; must. out with Co.
  • Jacob Shickley ; must. out with Co.
  • Hall Shehan ; must. out with Co.
  • Leonard Stout ; must. out with Co.
  • Thomas Sirr ; must. out with Co.
  • Carson Swisher ; wounded at Boydton Plank Road, Va., Oct. 27, 1864; pris. from Oct. 27 to Dec 22, 1864; must. out with Co.
  • Jos. B. Shale ; must. out with Co.
  • Levi Stutzman ; must. out with Co.
  • August I. Sponsler ; trans. to Co. H, Nov. 9, 1864.
  • Chas. C. Teeter ; must. out with Co.; vet.
  • Ed. Tarman ; must. out with Co., vet.
  • Peter Thomas ; must. out with Co.
  • Jacob P. Vannatta ; must. out with Co.
  • John W. Vancamp ; wounded at Cold Harbor, Va., June 3, 1864; not on muster-out roll.
  • Richard Williams ; disch. Aug. 2 1865.
  • Jas. N. Wilson ; pris. from April 5 to April 9, 1865. must. out with Co.
  • Philip W. Walker ; must. out with Co.
  • Wm. H. Yarnall ; must. out with Co.

THE 21ST PENNSYLVANIA CALVARY, COMPANY F.

    Capt. Richard Ryckman and Capt. Thomas D. Black.
    The battles engaged in :

Front Royal. Mt. Jackson. Harrisonburg.
Cold Harbor. Jerusalem Plank Road. Petersburg.
Weldon Railroad. Poplar Spring Church. Boydton Road.
Stony Creek Station. Belfield. Hatcher's Run.
Dinwiddle Court House. Five Forks. Ameilia Springs.
Sailor's Creek. Farmville. Appomattox.

    On June 26, 1863, Private George W. Sandoe, Company B, 21st P. C., was the first union soldier killed at Gettysburg.
    Losses in the 21st Pennsylvania cavalry.
    Enrollment for the six months' service, officers, 47, men, 1,070, total 1,117.
    Enrollment for the three years' term, officers, 59, men, 1,665, total, 1,724.


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