Roster of the 103d PA Infantry

CADWELL (CALDWELL), William H.:  Oct. 28, 61 Kittanning enrolled.  Musician./Fifer; age 20; Co. K; 2, 62 Kittanning.  May - June 62:  Bottoms Bridge, Va. Hosp.: discharged.  July 6, 62 NY Times:  aboard hospital  Str. ST. MARK Yorktown - Ft. Monroe.  Died:  July 7, 62 Ft. Monroe (Regt.);  July 17, 62 Cas. Sheet: death caused by fever contracted in service, date of death (blank), place  Str. St. MARK Hosp. Ship;  Roll of Honor:  died July 5, 62 Ft. Monroe.  July 11, 62 NY Times: died July 5 aboard Steamer ST. MARK. Aug. 23, 62 NY Times:  listed soldiers buried Ft. Monroe Cem., died July 5.   (NOTE: not  listed  Hampton Nat. Cem.)  

CALLEN, Thomas J.: Pvt.; Co. D, 57th. Pa.. Inf.; m:  July 17, 63.  Aug. 63 discharged.  Feb. 27, 64 enrolled 103 Pa. Pvt.; Co. A; m: March 3, 64  Meadville.  June 25, 65 New Bern discharged.  May 29, 1888 pension #657139/425223.  1890 Census:  m: Feb. 29, 64 - June 25, 65 kidney problems; res.: Piney Twnshp., Clarion Co.  Aug. 20, 96 Butler reunion res.: Sligo.  Sep. 16, 1909 Foxburg reunion res.: Sligo. Sep. 21, 16 National Tribune:  July 8, 1916 Sligo died, age 74, widow, 3 sons, 4 dau.  July 6, 1916 died  (pension card).  July 12, 1916 widow Rosa E. pension #1069077/814678.

CALVIN (CALEAU, CALEAN), Samuel:  Pvt.; Co. K; m: Oct. 28, 61. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted. Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born New Castle  38  black eyes and hair  5’6”  peddler.  March 8, 64 Plymouth: court martial-charge desertion at Yorktown o/a May 4, 62, apprehended Nov. 29, 63; desertion charge changed to AWOL; guilty; forfeit all pay and allowances due him up to Nov. 30, 63 ((RG153NN1258)).  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW   Anders. June 28, 64 Anders. Prison hospital.  July 4, 64 Anders. died.  Anders. Nat. Cem. #2884 buried.  Jan. 31, 65 widow Margaret pension #103916/110368.  July 30, 1870 minor pension #189164/144230.

CAMPBELL, Alfred:  Pvt.; age 19; Co. B; m: Sep. 24, 61.  April 8, 62 Camp Casey, VA: died.  Hampton Nat. Cem. #1829 buried.  June 1, 1867 father Jesse pension #147978/blank. 

CAMPBELL, Hugh:  Pvt.; age “18”; Co. K; m: Oct. 28, 61.  Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.    Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Allegheny Co.  “30”  black eyes and hair  5’3”  glassblower.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence Nov. 10.  Dec. 14 (16), 64 Charleston paroled. June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out. July 13, 65 Harrisburg: discharged.  1890 Census: m: “Jan. 1, 64-June 25, 65” reenlisted 4 yrs. service  res.  Allegheny Co.  Dec. 19, 96 PA. Erie Sold.& Sailor’s Home. Dec. 23, 96 pension #1184190/934846.  May 13, 98 Dayton, Ohio . Sold. & Sailor’s National Home: #24620 - m: Oct. 15, 61 Pittsburgh - June 12, 65 New Bern  cardiac veteran  Plymouth Jan. 1, 64  born Pa.  54   dark eyes  bald  reads/writes  Cath.  glassworker  res.:  Avenue,  Pa.  widower   notify: dau. Ann Campbell, Avenue  pension.   Feb. 18, 1906 Breckenridge died. Tarentum Prospect Cem. buried. 

CAMPBELL, John B.:  Pvt.; age 19; Co. E; m: Dec. 7, 61 Cherry Twnshp., Butler Co.  “POW Memo: captured Plymouth  Apr. 20, 64, confined Andersonville, admitted to Andersonville Hospital  May 27, 64 where he died May  31, 64 of debility and diarrhea, Grave #1498. Roll of Honor: died May 13, 64 Anders.  pneumonia.; buried Anders. Nat. Cem #1498.” (NOTE: Anders. List of  Graves: not listed.)   Book mark Blu-71-1869 Dec. 22, 75:  paroled  Dec. 10, 64 Charleston, admitted to Annapolis  Hosp.  where he died Dec. 28, 64,  diarr.  Annapolis Nat. Cem. #1365 buried.

CAMPBELL, Joshua A.:  Pvt.; age 22; Co. B; m: Sep. 24, 61.  Aug. 6, 62 - Dec. 63: absent sick.  Discharged: Jan. 3, 63 (Regt. Hist.);  Jan. 30, 63 (pension card); Jan. 1, 64 deserter (mil. file).  1890 Census:  m: Sep. 7, 61-Jan. 1, 63 chr. rheum res.:  Haskell, Farmington Twnshp., Clarion Co.  Aug. 15, 90 pension #903264/blank.

CAMPBELL, Oliver P.:  Cpl.; age 18; Co. K; m: Oct. 28, 61 (Dec. 61). Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Butler Co.  20  brown eyes and hair  5’7”  farmer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence.  Dec. 10, 64 Charleston paroled.  Apr. 13, 65 Alexandria Camp Distribution, Va.  June 25, 65: on furlough at mustering out, discharged to date.  Dec. 10, 89 pension #743204/758824.  1890 Census:  m: Dec. 61 - June 65; res.: Monteau,  Butler Co.  1905 Anders. Mon. Ded.; res.: West Sunbury.  Aug. 20, 96 Butler reunion; res.: W. Sunbury. Sep. 20, 06 Butler reunion.  Sep. 16, 09 Foxburg reunion; res.: W. Sunbury.  Jan. 20, 1928 Butler died.

CAMPBELL, William:  Pvt.; age 18; Co. A; m: Sep. 7, 61.  April 6, 62: detailed Brig. Arty.  May 1, 62: detailed   2d. Hvy. Arty. (112 Pa. Regt.).  Dec. 62 Ft. Monroe:  absent with the horses.  Jan. 20, 63: trfd.  8 NY  Indep. Battery.  June 21, 1880 pension #383725/360109.  1890 Census:  m: Sep. 7, 61 - Nov. 28, 63,  Nov.   28, 63 - June 13, 65  8 Ind. Btry. Hvy. Arty.; res.: Curlesville.  Dec. 25, 1925 Clarion died.  Jan. 14, 1926 widow Margaret E. pension #1240924/970604.

CANFIELD, James:  Pvt.; age 42; Co. C; m: Sep. 16, 61.  Jan. 13 (15), 62 discharged, Surg. Cert.

CARIL (CARLL, CARL, CARROLL), John L.:  Pvt.; Co. H; m: Feb. 22, 62.  Aug. 6, 62 Harrison’s. Landing:  to hsp. Aug. 14, 62 NY Tribune: aboard Str.  ELM CITY Harrison’s Landing - Ft. Monroe - Phila.   Feb. 17, 63 Alexandria Convalescent Camp, Va.:  discharged,  Surg. Cert. - born Clarion Co.  18  grey eyes  brown hair  5’11” farmer.  June 26, 80 pension #388251/391385 - July 7 - Aug. 62 Harr. Landg. hosp., Aug. 7 - Jan. 15, 63 Phila Buttonwood St. Hsp.,  heart disease partial paralysis left side.  1890 Census:  m: Feb. 14, 62 - Feb. 25, 63 heart disease; res.: Farmington Twnshp., Clarion Co.  Dec. 14, 33 Tionesta, Elm St., died.  Clarion Co., Washington Twnshp., Wolfe’s Corner Amity Evan. Lutheran Church buried - John L. Carll Pvt.  103 Pa. Vol. C. W. Vet. 1843-1933.   Dec. 17, 33 Clarion Co. New Mansville, Clarion Co. buried (pension card). Nov. 30, 2000 eBay offered sale enlistment documents.

CARLTON, George:  Pvt.;  Co. K; m: Oct. 28, 61.  June 30 - Oct. 31, 62 and Feb. 63 Brigade Clerk.  Mar. 29, 63 (Mar. 1, 63) (Apr. 7, 63) New Bern discharged.  April 7, 63 Surg. Cert. - born “Manchester, England”  28  blue eyes  brown hair  5’6”  clerk.  (?date) Co. G 16 VRC Provost Marshall’s Office. Feb. 9, 65 Harrisburg: reenlisted Co. K, 103 PA.  Nov. 24, 65 discharged.  Jan. 6, 1883 Dayton, Ohio Sold. and Sailor’s Home:  #11343 m: 1861 Pittsburgh - Mar. 63 New Bern angina;  G/16 VRC Apr. 64 Harrisburg - Apr. 65 Harrisburg  born “Ireland”  51 years  res. Pittsburgh  bookkeeper  married  Annie  res.: Commercial St., Pittsburgh.  July 15, 1890 pension #831882/688233 Ohio.  May 19, 1904 requested discharge.  May 9, 1905 died.  

CARRIER, George T. - Corporal, Co. D. Born in Jefferson Co., PA. Mustered 25 Sept 61 at age 18. Discharged 31 Dec 63 at Plymouth, NC for reenlistment 2 Feb 64 at age 20,  gray eyes,  auburn hair,  5’7”, and a Farmer.  Killed 20 April 1864 at Plymouth, NC. John McClain stated “I saw him going into Battle and in a short time he was shot and he walked back to the fort [Williams] and died in about three hours; this was about 10 am on Apr. “22”.  On 23 March 1865 in Orrsville, PA, 1st Lieut. Alfred L. Flick, Co. D, wrote to George's mother Sabria “that he was with George when he received his wound, we were fighting in town at the time; I put my arm around him and his around my neck and assisted him up to Ft. Williams, he was shot through the bowels and died the next day, I did not see him after I left him at the Fort, but I got my info from the Surgeon who attended him”. On 19 June 1888 mother Sabria A. Vandervot applied for pension #374810/271043. 

CARROLL, James:  Pvt.; age 40; Co. A; m: Sep. 7, 61. April 1862 Yorktown: transferred Rose Cottage Hosp., Va. 1 mo, then to White House Landing;  transported sick to Phila.; returned to Ft. Monroe; transported sick to Baltimore, hospital duties.  July 30, 62 to Regt.  Dec. 14, 62 Battle of Kinston: picket duty injured by tree snag;, to New Bern Hosp.  Feb. 17, 63 New Bern Stanley Hosp. discharged, Surg. Cert. - born Venango Co.  43  blue eyes  brown hair  5’9½”  laborer.  July 22, 1879 pension #299350/270210.

CARSON, James:  Cpl. (Pvt.); Co. F; m: Dec. 7, 61.  Aug. 15, 62 aboard  Str. MISSISSIPPI Harrison’s Landing NYC Bedloes Island or Blackwell’s Island Hsp.  Sep. 62: present.  Dec. 5, 62 Camp Suffolk: left sick.   Feb. 5, 63 New Bern  hsp.  Apr. 1, 63 discharged, heart problems. 

CARSON, James M.:  Cpl.; age 19; Co. B; m: Sep. 24, 61.  Civil War Press by Harold Frederick 1997:  James of Sarversville, Butler Co., was teaching at Blaney School, Armstrong Co.; upon enlistment his male students, of age,  followed him and  the female students made a Union flag; upon his death the flag  was handed to Pvt. Petsinger who carried it thru  the Regt’s. battles; upon  Petsinger’s capture at Plymouth, the flag escaped detection through out his prison days, brought home; carried in the veterans parades then placed in Pittsburgh Soldier and Sailor’s Memorial Hall by his descendants.  June 13, 62 White House Landing : died, typhoid.  7 Pines Nat. Cem. #D422 buried.  ((Note: In early 1864 the Regt. Flag was in Harrisburg for update and not present at the Battle of Plymouth.)) 

CARSON, William:  Pvt.; age 18; Co. G; m: Jan. 10, 62. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.   Feb. 3, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Alleghany  Co.  19  dark hair  gray eyes  5’8”  laborer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence.  Dec. 7 (6), 64 Charleston paroled.  Dec. 10, 64 Annapolis, Md. Hosp. Div. #1. June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg: discharged. July 12, 80 pension #486107/247766 - March - April 65 Pittsburgh  hosp.  Oct. 12, 1920 Tarentum died.  Jan. 17, 1921 widow Margaret  pension #1168473/902087. Presidents, Soldiers, Statesmen: Mr. Carson, who was living in Allegheny county, Pa., when the war broke out, enlisted from Keating, that State, Jan. 1, 1862 for three  years service, being 19 years old at the time, in Co. G, 103d Pa. Inf., as private participating in the following battles: siege of Yorktown, Williamsburg, Bottom Bridge, Fair Oaks, Seven Days before Richmond, Malvern Hill, Goldsboro, Kingston, Whitehall, Plymouth, N. C., and many of lesser importance; he was captured April 20, 1864, at Ply­mouth, N. C., by Hoke arid sent to Andersonville, where he remained about four months, thence to Florence, S. C., until Dec. 4, 1864, then sent to Charleston and  parolled and taken to Annapolis, Md.; was in hospital about the holidays of 1864-5, with heart disease and chronic diarrhea on arrival from prison until February, and was furloughed for thirty days from above hospital in February, 1865, rejoining his command the last of May, 1865, at Roanoke Island; June 25, 1865, at New Bern, NC  received. honorable discharge. Mr. Carson is a son of Thomas and Nancy (Cooley) Carson,deceased,and was born in But­ler county, Pa., in August, 1844. In Allegheny county, Pa., Jan. 31, 1867, he was united in marriage to Margaret Maizland, born in that county in October, 1838, and a daughter of  Robert and Agnes (Potter) Maizland, both deceased. They have one child, Agnes M.  Mr. Car­son had one brother, Robert, in the service. Comrade Carson is 0. D.,  Past P. C. and Surg. in James Harvey Post, No. 514, G. A. R.: draws $30 pension, is a farmer, and his adddress is Riddles Cross Roads, Pa.

CARTER, Woodward:  Pvt.; age 21; Co. C; m: Aug. 13, 64.  Never joined Regt.

CARTWRIGHT, David:  Sgt.; age 21; Co. K; m: Oct. 28, 61.  Aug. 15, 62 NY Tribune  aboard Str. CAHAWBA Harrison’s Landing - NYC with sick and wounded.  Jan. 1863 to 1st. Sgt.  July 18, 63 comm. 2d Lt., not mustered.  Nov. 1, 63 discharged on promotion (military).   1st Lt.; Co. H 87 Pa. Inf. Regt.; m: March 65.  June 29, 65 discharged.  Dec. 17, 1908 pension #1379635/1154214/C2473370 Oregon.

CATHCART, Robert:  Sep. 24, 61 Orrsville enrolled.  Cpl. (Pvt.); age 26; Co. D; m: Nov. 14 (13), 61.  May 62: Wash., DC Circle Hosp.  and  Judiciary Square Hosp.  Oct. 20, 63 New Bern Hosp.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Aug. 29,  64 Anders.: died, chr. diarr.  Anders. Nat. Cem. #7176 buried.  Jan. 18, 65 widow Mary pension #79596/blank - comrade stated died Anders.  of  diarrhea. Aug. 28, 64  Jan. 2, 1869 minor pension #169773/140772.

CHAMBERS, James H.:  Pvt.; age 23; Co. C; m: Sep. 16, 61.  Feb. 25, 62: Color bearer.  June 2, 62 (Feb. 6, 63; Jan. 1, 63 ((Regt.)) to Sgt. Major, Staff.  May 1, 63: commissioned and mustered  2d Lt.   July 4, 63: commissioned 1st Lt., Co. F. Jan. 64: furlough, home.   Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth  POW   Macon Camp Oglethorpe   Columbia Camp Asylum.  Mar. 15, 65 N. E. Ferry paroled.  March 11, 65 NY Times: aboard  Str. GEN. SEDGWICK arrive March 7 Annapolis.   March 15, 65 discharged.  1876 R.R. Stevension, CSA, at Camp Asylum,  sold currency to Chambers; res.: Apollo, requested  payment.  June 28, 79 pension #294935/185145. Capt. Donaghy: Apr. 18, 64 Battle of Plymouth: WIA, GSW left hand while retiring, with the skirmish line, into Ft. Williams; faint, Capt. Donaghy assisted him; Sep. 64 Charleston-adjoining the Jail was Workhouse building and through one of its barred windows I conversed with Lt. Chambers from whom I had parted at Macon, he was well.   Oct. 16, 84 Nat. Tribune: Pittsburgh reunion was held on Oct. 6 elected 1st V. P.; res.: Kittanning.  1890 Census:  1st. Sgt., Co. F (no dates); res.: Apollo.  Aug. 27, 96 Butler reunion, on Ex. Comm.; res.: Apollo.  June 20, 1900 Beaver Falls reunion.  Sep. 16, 09 Foxburg reunion; res.: Vandergrift. Jan. 19, 1916 Vandergrift died.

CHASE, George A.: Pvt.; Co. H; m: Dec. 10, 61.  Note in mil. file: with 99th since enlistment.  Sgt.; Co. G & I,  99th. Pa. Inf.  Regt.; m: Dec. 10, 61.  Feb. 15, 64 to VRC.

CHRISTY, Dickson (DIXON):  Pvt.; age 19; Co. E; m: Dec. 7, 61 Cherry Twnshp., Butler Co. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.   Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Butler Co.  21  grey eyes  light hair  6’0”  farmer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.   Charleston   Florence. Dec. 16, 64 Charleston paroled.  Jan. 6, 65 Annapolis Gen. Hsp. Div. #2, St. Johns College: died.  Annapolis Nat. Cem. #A316 buried.  Oct, 3, 1884  mother Martha F. pension #320000/315651 - letter Plymouth Sep. 17, 64 to family and letter from Ward 11 St. John‘s Hosp.  re his death.

CLARK, John:  Sep. 16, 61 Kittanning enrolled.  Pvt.; age 41; Co. C; m: Dec. 7, 61 Camp Orr.  May 31, 62 Battle of  Fair Oaks/7 Pines: WIA.  June 5, 62 NY Times: aboard  Str. ELM CITY White House - Wash., DC. June 62: sick at home.  July 2, 62 NY Tribune:  Wash., DC  Judiciary Square Hosp.  July 7 - Aug. 8, 62 Alexandria, Va. Fairfax Seminary Hosp.  Nov.- Dec. 62 Suffolk: left sick. (Regt. Moved to New Bern).  April 1, 1863  New Bern discharged,  Surg. Cert. - born Allegheny Co.  43  hazel eyes  dark hair   5’11”  farmer  struck right side by piece of shell.  July 10, 64 pension #47983/31142.  1870 res. boarding house of  John Noble, 103 Pa.   Dec. 22, 1878 widow Elizabeth A. pension #223969/175331.  1890 Census:  widow Elizabeth,   m: Sep. 61-Mar. 63 shot in side;  res.: Pittsburgh. 

CLARK, John:  Dec. 1861 Tarentum enrolled.  Cpl.; age 22; Co. G; . m:  Jan. 10, 62. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.   Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth veteran - born Allegheny Co.  23  grey eyes  dark hair  5’11” laborer.  Jan. 1, 64: to Sgt.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence.  Died:  Jan. 28 or Feb. 1, 65 Florence Hosp. chr. diarr. (mil.); Florence Jan. 28, 65 chr. diarr. and  Salisbury Prison (Roll of Honor); died Clark, John  Pvt. Co. G, 103 P.V. (Salisbury Prison by L. A. Brown).  ((Note: no info re death or burial in pension)).  Aug. 26 1865 mother Jane pension #107068/164655. Regt. History page 142.

CLARK, Samuel:  Pvt.; age 18; Co. D; m: Sep. 25, 61 Troy, Jefferson Co.  May - June 62 Harrison’s Landing Hosp.: left.  July 10, 62 NY Tribune: aboard Str. ELM CITY Harrison’s Landing - Ft. Monroe - NYC David’s Island Hosp.  Aug. 18, 62 David’s Island Hosp.  Dec. 1862: present. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.  Feb. 1, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Huntingdon Co.  20  farmer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence. Died: Nov. 64 Florence  chr. diarr. (mil.);  in prison (reported by comrades).  Florence Nat. Mil. Cem. buried as UNKNOWN.  Aug. 31, 87 mother Nancy pension #360020/247516.

CLAUSER, William:  Pvt.; Co. H; m: Feb. 22, 62.  No further record.

CLINE, Zechariah M. - 1st Sergeant, Co. G. Son of Matilda Cline. Mustered 10 Jan 62 at Cowanshannock Twp, Armstrong Co., PA. Commissioned and mustered 25 Jan 63 as 2d Lieut. Commissioned 1 July 63 as 1st Lieut. Killed 18 April 1864 at Plymouth, NC by a shell fragment striking him near the brain. Mother Matilda applied for a pension 14 Feb 1879 #241650/208768. Also listed as KLINE.

COCHERMYER (COCHERMIRE, COGHERMEYER),  Peter:  Pvt.; Co. H; m: Feb. 22, 62.  June 22 (23), 62 Wash., DC Douglas Hosp.: died, typhoid.  Wash. Soldier’s Home Nat. Cem. (Mil. Asy. Cem.) #B1418 buried.

COCHRAN (COCHRANE), Charles:  Pvt.;  Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.  Feb. 3, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Butler Co. 21  blue eyes  dark hair  5’8½”  laborer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Aug. 4, 64 Anders.: died, diarr.  Anders. Nat. Cem. #4729 buried.  Father was Squire Cochran, Harrisville, who administered oath of enlistment to many in the Regt.

COCHRAN, George W.:  Pvt.; age 16; Co. C; m: Sep. 16, 61.  Discharged:  Dec. 4, 62  Suffolk, Surg. Cert. (mil.);  Dec. 4, 63 (Regt).  Other service:  Signal Corp, U.S. Vol.  Aug. 30, 1900 pension #1253919/1110258/C2500168 NY - discharged Dec. 2, 62. Cochran Brothers Photo

COCHRAN, John M.:  Commissioned and mustered 2d. Lt.; Co. C; m: Sep. 16, 61.  May 31, 62 Battle of 7 Pines/Fair Oaks: sick, excused from duty, left his tent and rallied the men to support the pickets at left of Casey’s Redoubt, charged many with desertion, even though some wounded forcing them to leave the line.  June 12, 62 NY Times: wounded Battle of 7 Pines/Fair Oaks, ankle. July 7 (8), 62: commissioned 1st. Lt.  Dec. 14, 62 Battle of Kinston: ordered 103d. forward when 92d NY retreated, Maj. Maxwell then took command. Jan. 14, 63: to Capt.  June 16 (14), 63 resigned rather than accept court martial for introducing himself as Col. Maxwell to some “ladies” in town; also refused to apologize to Col. Maxwell; described as brave, strict disciplinarian, blunt.  Oct. 27, 80 pension #411298/258032.  Nov. 10, 1919 Brooklyn, NY died.  Brothers:  George and William of Co. C. Cochran Brothers Photo

COCHRAN, Thomas A.:  1st. Sgt.; age 24; Co. C; m: Sep. 16, 61.  July 7, 62: commissioned and mustered  2d. Lt.  Jan. 14, 63: commissioned 1st. Lt.  June 16, 63: commissioned Capt.  Apr. 20, 64  Roanoke Island: took command of the Regt. after Battle of Plymouth.  June 25, 65 New Bern mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg discharged.  Sep. 7, 82 Beaver Falls reunion, President.  Oct. 16, 84 National Tribune:  Oct. 6 Pittsburgh reunion., Asst. Secretary.  1890 Census:  m: Oct. 12, 61 - July 20, 6(?); res.: Apollo. Jan. 3, 96 pension #1173237/943151.  Aug. 20, 96 Butler reunion.  Oct. 5, 98 Pens. Bur.: res. Apollo.  Sep. 25, 1902 Tarentum reunion.  Sep. 20, 06 Butler reunion.  Sep. 16, 09 Foxburg reunion; res.: Apollo.  Sep. 28, 16 Pittsburgh reunion, President 101 and 103 Pa. March 1, 1924 Apollo died.  Apollo Memorial Cem. buried - 1837-1924 Co. C, 103 Pa. Vol.

COCHRAN, William W.:  Pvt.; age 18; Co. C; m: June 10, 63.  Jan. 6, 64 Plymouth or Roanoke Island: died chr. diarr.(mil.). Plymouth Cem. List: died Jan. 6, 64 Plym. moved to New Bern. Mil. Cem.  New Bern Nat. Cem. #1205 buried.  Brothers John M. and George of Co. C. Cochran Brothers Photo

COCHRAN, Wilson S. - 1st Sergeant, Co. C. Born Armstrong Co., PA. Enrolled at age 21, brown eyes, dark hair and 5’9”. Mustered 16 Sept 61. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 and promoted to Sergeant. Promoted 20 Sept 64 to 1st Sgt.  Mustered out 25 June 65.

COE, Benjamin F.:  Pvt.; age 17; Co. B; m: Sep. 24, 61.  NY Tribune July 10, 62:  aboard  Str. ELM CITY Harrison’s Landing - Ft. Monroe - NYC David’s Island Hsp. arrived July 9.  Sep. 25, 62 N .Y.C.: discharged, Surg. Cert.  May 11, 63 pension #21888/blank/XC2671404.  Pvt.;  Co. E, 102 Pa. Inf. Regt.; m: March 31, 64.  Jan. 1, 65: to Cpl.  May 12, 65: to Sgt.  June 28, 65 discharged   Nov. 16, 1897 widow Amnah  pension #665489/508891 Colorado.

COE, Daniel L.:  2d. Lt.; Co. B; m: Sep. 12, 61 Monterey.  June 5, 62: commissioned and mustered  1st. Lt.  Jan. 25, 63: commissioned Capt.  Nov. 9, 63  resigned.   Mar. 29, 1870 pension #154654/blank.-contracted typhoid fever at Plymouth, treated Regt.  hospital.  History of Old Kittanning Cem. 1811-1960 by Mechling:  the cemetery  was located on N. Jefferson St. moved to New Kittanning Cem. located on hill overlooking town:  Coe, Daniel L. born Oct. 2, 1838 died Nov. 10, 1870  Capt. Co B 103 Pa. Vol. a white marble monument marks his grave.  April 16, 79 mother Christian pension #244028/blank.  Aug. 2, 90 father Peter pension #451475/blank. 

COE, Harrison W.:  Musician/Drummer; Co. B; m: Sep. 24, 61.  July 8, 62 NY Tribune:  aboard  Str. S. R.  SPAULDING Harrison’s Landing - Ft. Monroe - NYC Bellevue Hsp. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Butler  21  grey eyes  brown hair  5’8”  farmer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth  POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence.  Dec. 16, 64 Charleston paroled.  June 25, 65 New Bern: on furlough at muster out (mil.); Harrison claimed returned to Camp Parole, then to Regt. and was mustered out New Bern.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg: discharged.  June 24, 1880 pension #388298/303916 - July 7, 63 aboard when USN Str. SOUTHFIELD attacked Williamston, firing of guns by ship, impaired hearing, treated Anders. Charleston and Florence by CSA doctors and my family doctor who also had my furlough extended another 60 days for fever and ague.; at Andersonville 6 months, Charleston 1 month, and Florence,  1890 Census: m: Sep. 24, 61 - June 25, 65 9 mo. Anders. deaf  left ear; res.: Eau Claire. Aug. 20, 96 Butler reunion res. Eau Claire.  Oct. 3,1925 Massillon, Ohio died.  Presidents, Soldiers, Statesmen: enlisted for the defense of his country in September, 1861, when 19 year of age, in Co B; 103d Pa. V. I., as a musician. At Plymouth, in December 63, he re-enlisted as a veteran; but was captur­ed before receiving his furlough. He was captured. by old  Gen. Hoke’s Forces at Plymouth, N. C.,. April 20, 1864, and with most of  his Regiment was held  in Andersonville Prison until returned to Charleston and was paroled and  sent to Annapolis, Md., to await exchange. While there be had a ninety day furlough. In the summer of 1862 he was in the hospital at New York for three months with swamp fever. he was honorably dis­charged  from the service on June 24, 1865, at Newbern, N. C., hav­ing taken part in twenty-eight engagements with the enemy, includ­ing the battles of Yorktown, Fair Oaks, Kingston and Goldsboro. Mr. Coe is a son of  Thomas and Margaret (Say) Coe, and was born in Butler county, Pa., Oct. 11, 1842. On May 1. 1866, he married Miss Fannie E. Say, also a native of Butler County, Pa. who was born April 23, 1846. Her parents, Wm. and Eleanor (Latshaw) Say, are deceased.  Mr. and Mrs. Coe have had five children; Waldron H., Eva-deceased, Ella E., Rosetta and Adda. Two brothers of  Mrs. Coe served for time in the Union. Her grandfather Latshaw served in the war of 1812, and helped to build Ft. Meigs. Comrade Coe is a mem­ber of  S. J. Rosenberg Post, No. 538. G. A. R., and resides on his farm, two miles south of Eau Claire, Butler County, Pa.

COLEMAN, William T.:  Sgt.; age 22; Co. C; m: Sep. 16, 61.  June 26, 62 NY Tribune: aboard Str. COMMODORE Ft. Monroe - NYC .  Sep. 16, 64 discharged.  April 27, 1882 pension #447573/488641.  April 7, 1925 Dubois died.

COLLINGWOOD (COLINGWOOD), James:  Dec. 16, 61 Harrisville enrolled.  Pvt.; Co. I; m: Feb. 22, 62.  Aug. 18, 62 - Sep. 1862: detached.  Dec. 14, 62 Kinston Expedition:  KIA.   March 13, 63 mother Mary A. pension #14543/blank.

COLWELL (COLWELLOR, CALDWELL), Oliver W.:  Pvt.; Co. A; m: Dec. 25, 61.  Mar. 1, 62 Washington, DC hosp.: measles.  Apr. 30, 62 Newport News Hosp.  Aug. 20 - 23, 63 Expedition Plymouth - Columbia and return. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.   Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Clarion Co.  20  hazel eyes  brown hair  5’8½”  laborer.   Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anderson.  Charleston  Florence.  Fall 1864 Florence:  San. Comm. issued drawers.  Dec. 10, 64 Charleston paroled.  Feb. 1865 Roanoke Island.  June 25, 65 New Bern (Camp Palmer): mustered out. July 13, 65 Harrisburg:  discharged.  Nov. 19, 67 near Callensburg, Clarion Co. died.  Aug. 2, 1890 mother Susannah pension #464299/541277.

COLWELL, William E.:  Pvt.; age 18; Co. A; m: Sep. 7, 61.  Jan. 30, 63: discharged. Surg. Cert.

CONNELL, Thomas:  Pvt.; age 42; Co C; m: Sep. 16, 61. June 12, 62  NY Times:  Battle of Fair Oaks/7 Pines  WIA arm.  Sep. 16, 64: discharged.  Pvt.; Co. H 61 Pa.; m: Feb. 65.  June 28, 65 discharged.  Aug. 25, 79 pension #305005/blank.  July 5, 83 Soldier’s Nat. Home, Dayton:  #11624 m: Sep. 16, 61 Pittsburgh - Sep. 16, 64 New Bern and (blank) Allegheny - (blank) Richmond  Co. H 61 Pa. wound right arm-atrophy & lameness right hip and thigh Battle of Kinston  born Antrim, Ireland  62 yrs. res. Allegheny.  March 25, 86 Dayton Soldier’s Home: died pneumonia.  Sold. Home Cem. Section F row 2#8 buried.

CONNOR (CONNER), Denis:  Pvt.; age 18; Co. C; m: Sep. 16, 61 Kittanning.  May - June 62 White Oaks Swamp Hsp.  July 14, 62 NY Tribune:  aboard  Str. STATE OF MAINE Ft. Monroe - NYC hosp.  Nov. - Dec. 62 Suffolk: sick.  Sep. 16, 64 New Bern discharged.  Dec. 30, 75 Dixmont, Pa. Insane Hosp.: died, contracted fever, ague on Roanoke Island, head injury received at civilian job.  March 9, 88 mother Eliza J. pension #368929/blank.

COOK, Sebastian :  Cpl.; age 21; Co. H; m:  Feb. 22, 62.  Aug. 1, 62: to Sgt.  Dec. 14, 62 Battle of Kinston: WIA, GSW left foot, ball cut off 2d toe.  Dec. 20, 62 New Bern Stanley Hsp.  May 1, 63: to 1st Sgt.  Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Clarion Co.  23  grey eyes  black hair  5’8”  lumberman.  April 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Charleston   Florence.  June 6 - 15, 64 Anders. Hosp.: diarr.  Dec. 13, 64 Charleston paroled.  Dec. 16, 64 Annapolis College Green Barracks.  Dec. 20, 64 Camp Parole.  Dec. 26, 64 - Feb. 1, 65:  furlough 30 days,  extended, Dr. Cert.  Apr. 4, 65 Camp Distribution, Va.  June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg:  discharged.  June 23, 79 pension #293681/185146 - also Savannah and Millen., suffering from loss of  toe, heart diseas effects of prison.  July 22, 82 res. Paint Twnp., Clarion Co.  1890 Census:  m: Jan. 19, 62 - July 13, 65  9 mo. Anders.;  res.: Shippenville.  Sep. 19, 1910 Titusville. died.  Sep. 29, 1910 widow Margaret A. pension #949761/712794.

COOPER, James S.:  Pvt.; age 20; Co. A; m: Sep. 7, 61  Jan. 25, 63: to Cpl.  June 8, 63 and Aug. 26, 63 Expedition Plymouth to Columbia. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Wicklow, Ireland  22  grey eyes  brown hair  5’8½”  laborer.  Feb. 20, 64 Plymouth  POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence.  Oct. 7, 64 Florence: escaped with  Pvt. Goe, Beggs, Cooper, J. Rupert and Shaffer, bribery,  Negroes assisted, Oct. 12 discovered at Collins plantation by 4th SC Cav., returned to  Florence. Dec. 16 (20), 64 Charleston paroled. June 25, 65 New Bern mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg: discharged.  1890 Census:  m: Sep. 7, 61 - June 25, 65; res.: Parker’s Landing.  June 17, 1891 pension #1033464/751494.  Aug. 20, 96 Butler reunion; res.:Parker’s Landing.  1905 Anders. Mon. Ded.; res.: 12 Lincoln St., Parker’s Landing.  Sep. 20, 1906 Butler reunion.  Jan. 11, 1915 Pittsburgh died.  Jan. 20, 1915 widow Laura D. pension #1040109/792173. 

COOPER. John F.:  Pvt.;  Co. A; m: Sep. 7, 61. June 22 (20), 62 Wash., DC Mt. Pleasant Hsp.: discharged Surg. Cert.- born Wicklow Co., Ireland  22 yrs.  grey eyes  brown hair  5’11”  farmer.  June 9, 1883 Parker’s Landing died.  May 4, 1908 widow Sarah B. pension #892648/661641.

COPIC (COPPOCK), James M.(W.):  Oct. 30, 61 Clarion Co. enrolled.  Pvt.; age 19; Co. F; m:  Dec. 7, 61.  March - April 62 Newport News hsp.  June 29, 62 Charles City Road Hsp., near Richmond,:  left sick Aug. 8, 62 Harrison’s Landing: died typhoid, chr. diarr.  March 15, 83 father George pension #302021/302241.  April 03, 96 mother Rebecca pension #611545/blank.

COUCH, George:  Pvt.; age 21; Co. C; m: Sep. 16, 61.  Dec. 24, 61 Kittanning , Camp Orr deserted.

COUCH, John:  Pvt.; age 19; Co. C; m: Sep. 16, 61.  Dec. 24, 61 Kittanning, Camp Orr deserted.

COURSIN (COURSON), Benjamin F.:  Pvt.; Co. D; m: Nov. 13, 61.  Feb. 18 (June 62), 62: discharged, Surg. Cert. July 18, 63 drafted Co. H 63 Pa. Inf. Regt.; trfd. to Co. H 99 Pa. Inf.;  trfd. Sep. 19, 64 to Co. C 105 Pa. Inf. Regt.  May 1, 80  pension #36264/281634.  May 21, 99 died.  June 22, 99 widow Lavina pension #700755/536656.

COURTER, William P.:  Cpl.; age 22; Co. C; m: Sep. 16, 61.  May 10, 62  NY Tribune: wounded  knee.  Died: May 20, 62 Phila. St. Joseph Hsp. - accidental GSW Camp Winfield Scott, near Yorktown (mil.); May 26, 62 Phila. Rose Hill Hosp. (Regt.).

COURTNEY, James A.:  Oct. 28, 61 Pittsburgh enrolled.  Pvt.; age 23; Co. K; m: Feb. 22, 62 Kittanning. May- Aug. 62: detailed Provost Guard.  Dec. 22, 62 New Bern: sick. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.  Feb. 3, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Pittsburgh  25  blue eyes  brown hair  5’6½”  blacksmith.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth  POW   Anders. ?Charles.  Died: Sep. 27, 64 Anders. (mil.) Sep. 27, 64 Charleston (affidavit). (Note:  Anders. Roster: #30492 - status unknown, died or exchanged. Charleston dead moved to Beaufort, SC buried as UNKNOWN.)

COWAN (COWEN), James:  Pvt.; age 20; Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61.  May 1, 62: left Co. for hospital, sick; never returned.  Feb. 24 (Aug.), 63: deserted. 

COX, Joseph:  Pvt.; Co. K; drafted Jan. 31, 64.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth  POW  Anders.  July 31 (29), 64 Anders.: died dysentery.   Anders. Nat. Cem. #4357 buried.  Sep. 27, 87 father Samuel pension #361295/305929.

CRAFT, Thomas:  Cpl.; Co. K; m: Jan. 25, 62.  Oct. 19, 63 - Aug. 64 Beaufort Gen. Hsp.: sick, fever/ague. Aug. 31, 64 Roanoke Island: arrived or whereabouts known. Jan. 25, 65 discharged.  March 15, 88 Nat. Tribune:  Capt. James Adams, Adams, Pa., would like info. on Thomas Craft, Co. K, whether he was POW at Anders. and if he is still living; Craft was an assumed name under which he enlisted - correct name was Thomas A. Straborne (Strahorn), Green Co., enlisted Jan. 62 Pittsburgh, 1909 - 1910 articles: mother still had not heard from him, said he enlisted as Craft to prevent his mother from having him discharged; res.: Carmichaels, Greene Co.

CRAIG, Alexander:  Pvt.; age 19; Co. B; m: Oct. 12, 61.  June 7, 62 Wash., DC Mt. Pleasant Hsp.: discharged.  July 10, 76 pension #222345/blank.  Feb. 4, 88 widow Ida J. pension #367098/289239 Nebraska.

CRAIG, George:  Pvt.; Co. D; m: Nov. 13, 61.  Feb. 1862: discharged, Surg. Cert.  Oct. 24, 12 National Tribune: attended reunion, as Vice President of 101 and 103 Assoc., Sep. 24 Vandergrift.

CRAIG, Samuel H.:  Sep. 25, 61 Orrsville enrolled.  Pvt.; Co. D; m: Nov. 13, 61.  May - June 62: left for Wash. Carver Hsp. July 2, 62 NY Tribune : Carver Hsp., patient.  Discharged: June 26 (Aug.), 62 Carver Hsp. Surg. Cert. - born Zelienople  40  blue eyes  brown hair  6’1”  farmer  hemorrhoids,  disability 1862, exact date unknown, Muster Out Sheet states June 25, 65.  March 2, 1864 pension #41554/207271.  1890 Census:  m: Sep. 61-June 26, 62 Surg Cert. heart disease ; res.: Tidal, Armstrong Co. Apr. 25, 1893 Tidal died.  June 2, 93 widow Catharine pension #577438/blank.

CRAIG (CREIG), William H.:   Pvt.; Co. D; m: Sep. 25 (Nov. 13), 61 Orrsville.  Dec. 5- 31, 62 Suffolk: detailed Brigade blacksmith.  May 12, 63: Brig. blacksmith.  July 15, 63: furlough.  Nov. 3, 63 Charge Form: deserted  Plymouth Oct. 9, 63  age 25  born Armstrong Co.  grey eyes  light hair  6’2”  blacksmith.  Nov. 4, 63 returned.  Nov. 5, 63: duty blacksmith.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW   Anders.   Aug. 4, 64 Anders. hosp.  Sep. 1, 64 Anders.: died, scurvy.  Anders. Nat. Cem. #7456 buried.  Jan. 18, 1865 widow Mae J.(?) pension #79603/blank-Letter Oct. 15, 62 Suffolk chopping down timber and digging rifle pitts, have 3 forts built, we were out on a scout the other day to Blackwater (River), had a small scratch with rebels, they had 2 pieces of artillery, we 4 pieces and 103d. Regt.supported the batteries, l  WIA, 2½ hours fighting,  no rifle fire, all artillery, rebels left with 30 KIA and many wounded.  Aug. 26, 66 War Dept. Report:  desertion charge removed.   Sep. 16, 67 minor pension #152436/123371.

CRAIG, William R.:  Pvt.; Co. D; m: Nov. 13, 61. May 4, 62 Yorktown: sick. May 5, 62 :to Wash., DC.  July 2, 62 NY Tribune:  Wash. Carver Hosp. patient.  July 1, 62 Wash. Carver Hosp. Surg. Cert. - born Clarion Co.  age 18  grey eyes  light hair  5’8”  farmer  typhoid.  Aug. 62 discharged.  Sep. 16, 62 pension #2380/103729.  1890 Census:  m: Sep. 24, 61 - July 1, 62 WIA foot  typhoid; res.: Madison Twnshp., Armstrong Co.  April 18, 1910 died.

CRATTY, Eli Graham:  2d. Lt.; age 21; Co. E; m: Dec. 7, 61.  Oct. 28, 62: commissioned and mustered  Capt.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth  POW  Macon  Columbia  Savannah.  Sep. 30, 64 NY Tribune: Savannah Squad 5 Sep. 1. Fall 64: Capt. Donaghy stated Capt. Cratty had escaped near Columbia, exhausted, captured.  Jan. 7, 65 or Feb. 65 escaped; met Lt. John Lafler, Capt. Morrow, Capt. Cartwright and Lt. Pitt.  Feb. 6, 65 NY Times:  POW Columbia.  Mar. 7, 65 New Bern: entered Union lines.  Mar. 17, 65 reported to Regt.; took command of Regt., Roanoke Island.  June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg: discharged.  Jan. 19, 76 died, lung disease contracted in service. 1876 R.R. Stevenson, CSA, sold currency at Columbia to Capt. Cratty, res. Butler, requests payment.  Nov. 10, 1885 widow Agnes pension #346892/432081 - letter Plymouth Jan. 15, 64 certifying death of Pvt. Wallace.  1890 Census:  widow Agnes of  Eli G. Cratty m: 1861 - 65 chr. diarr.; res.: Butler.  Escape from Dixie, experiences of Lt. Lafler, 85th. NY Inf. by John Ball 1996. Aug. 26, 1915 Nat. Tribune:  photo of  Capt. Cratty with others taken a few days after reaching Union lines.

CRAWFORD, Arthur:  Dec. 1, 61 Harrisville enrolled.  Pvt.; age 18, Co. I, m: Dec. 16, 61 Harrisville.  May 9 - June 62: absent sick hosp.   July 2, 62 NY Tribune : June 27, 62 Falls Church, Va. Gen. Hosp. patient.  Dec. 5, 62: absent.  Jan. 63: present, to Cpl.  Aug. 22, 63: to Pvt. by order Maj. Gazzam. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.   Feb. 3, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Ireland  20  grey eyes  dark hair  5’11”  laborer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence. Last seen: Florence (pens.), Florence reported taken CSA oath (Regt.), no info after Plymouth (mil.).  Aug. 20, 72 father Charles pension #215156/blank - Sept. 20, 92 Auditor’s Office, Treasury Dept. : issued  Treasury Cert. #273552 to Charles Crawford, no evidence of death in file in this office, settlement made to date when last heard from in rebel prison Florence.    

CRAWFORD, George K. M.:  1st. Sgt.; Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61.  June 30, 62: commissioned and mustered  2d Lt.  July 17, 63 Plymouth or New Bern: resigned, personal reason.  1890 Census:  m: Dec. 17 - Sep. 63; res.:  Enterprise, Warren Co.  Mar. 14, 91 pension  #1006911/864644 - May 5-Aug. 18, 62 sick at home. Oct. 5, 98 Pens. Bur.: res. Enterprise.  Sep. 19, 07 Nat. Tribune:  Oil City, died, general debility and kidney problems. 

CRAWFORD, James Harvey:  Cpl.; age 26; Co. B; m: Sep. 24, 61.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth  POW  Anders.  Charleston(?)  Florence.  Nov. 4, 64 Florence: died, affidavit, diary Cpl. S. Gibson  - died chr. diarr Florence  Nov. 4, 64.   Florence Nat. Cem. buried as UNKNOWN.  Aug. 15, 90 father James pension #459005/blank.  Regt. Hist.- Roster mixes John and James Crawford entries

CRAWFORD, John A.:  Pvt.; age 24; Co. B; m: Sep. 24, 61.  Sep. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Sep. 8, 64 Anders.: died.  Anders. Nat. Cem. #8117 buried. 

CRAWFORD, Robert M.  Sgt.; age “43”; Co. B; m: Sep. 24, 61.  Aug. 6, 62 Phila. hosp.  Dec. 31, 62: hosp. July 1863 Plymouth hosp.: intermittent fever, diarr.  Sep. 24, 63: to 6 Co. 2 Bn. VRC, NYC. Nov. 20, 63 Newark, NJ Hosp.: discharged, Surg. Cert. - born Butler Co.  “32”  blue eyes  brown hair 5’11”  laborer.  Nov. 7, 94 pension #1161757/890116 Mo.  Mar. 27, 95 died. 

CRIBBS, Luther Christopher:  Pvt.; age 26; Co. C; m: Sep. 16, 61.  (no date) detailed to 8 NY Ind. Btry. ((Regt.)). Aug. 1, 62 Harrison’s Landing  Gen. Field Hosp.:  typhoid.  Aug. 5, 62: received on board transport Str. VANDERBILT.  Died:  July 15, 62 on board hosp. ship (Regt.); Aug. 6, 62 no location (mil.).  Feb. 24, 63 widow Nancy Jane pension #13608/793699.  Jan. 25, 1868 minor pension #157066/142287 - died Aug. 18, 62 aboard steamer enroute from Harrison’s Landing - Phila.; widow 2d marriage to Rossman; minors Wm. F; Alvin, John, Luther.  1890 Census:  Nancy Rossman  widow Christopher Cribbs Pvt. no dates service died in hosp. ; res.: Clarion Co.  March 16, 1915 War Dept.:  Death Cert.- born Clarion Co. 26 yrs.  5’10”  grey eyes  dark hair  typhoid  burial no info.

CRISWELL, Sharman M.:  Sep. 24, 61 Miller’s Eddy.  Cpl. (Regt.) Sgt. (mil.); age 26; Co. B; m: Oct. 12, 61.  April 16, 62 Newport News Hosp.  July 8, 62 NY Tribune: aboard  Str. S. R. SPAULDING Harrison’s   Landing - Ft. Monroe - NYC Belleview Hosp. arrived July 5.  Aug. 6, 62: to duty. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Indianna Co.  28  dark eyes  brown hair  6’2”  laborer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence.  Nov. 10, 64 Florence:  died.  Florence Nat. Cem. buried as UNKNOWN.  Feb. 6, 1865 widow Adaline pension #82055/96350.

CROOKSHANK, William A.:  Pvt.; Co. D; m: Nov. 13, 61.  April 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.   Savannah  Blackshear   Charleston  Florence  Richmond.  Feb. 24, 65 paroled.  March 1, 65 (May 19) Pittsburgh discharged.  Feb. 7, 1890 pension #753934/782598.  1890 Census:  m: Sep. 20, 61 - March 1, 65; res. Manorsville, Armstrong Co.  Jan. 8, 1895 Boston, Mass. died.

CROOP (CROUP),  William Henry:  Pvt.; Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61. July 10, 63 Plymouth: court-martial charge-desertion, did attempt to cross the lines to the enemy, left Co. May 4, 63; stopped at a farmer’s home 2½-3 miles up the Roanoke River, farmer notified authorities, 1st. Sgt. McCoy, with a file of troops, brought him back on May 13; 63; guilty; hard labor remainder of his enlistment, forfeit all pay and allowances except dues of laundress  ((RG153LL622)).  April 17 - 20, 64 Battle of Plymouth: taken to the breastworks, offered his weapon (to fight), refused, returned to jail.  April 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Aug. 3 (4), 64 Anders.: died, dysentery.  Anders. Nat. Cem. #4682 buried.  June 21, 1880 mother Julian(?) pension #269192/326268.  Oct. 25, 89:  Julia requested copy of court martial,  granted. July 20, 91 Dept. Interior Docket #5380-1890:  Julia Croup, mother, appealed the above court martial: reopen the case, settle it on merits ((for pension?)) because  court martial wrong:  Commanding Officer prejudicial, Croup unable to state he went up the river to fish, boat stolen, unable to return; Julia offered letter from H. Donaldson to Croup’s father stating  the facts, as Croup was in the Plymouth hospital and unable to fight, surrender of Plymouth changed his status from prisoner to POW.  

CROSS, Allen Brown:  Sgt.; Co. F; m: Dec. 7, 61. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.  Feb. 3, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Mifflin Co.  20  black eyes and hair  5’10”  farmer.  April 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Charleston.  July 29, 64 Charleston: seen by Capt Donaghy, scurvy, terrible condition.  Nov. 27 (30), 64 paroled Savannah  and Charleston Dec. 10, 64 respectively.  May 1, 65: to 1st. Sgt.  June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg: discharged.  Mar. 21, 1889 pension #694896/457573.  1890 Census:  m: Oct. 13, 61 - June 25, 65;  res.: Rimersburg.  Aug. 23, 1896 died.  Jan. 5, 1897 widow Joanna pension #646282/452230.

CROUP, Cyrus H.:  Pvt.; age 19; Co. E; m: Feb. 23, 64.  June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg: discharged.  Nov. 4, 1892 pension #1137102/970856.  Sep. 20, 1906 Butler reunion.  Sep. 16, 1909 Foxburg reunion  res.: Avalon.  Jan. 24, 1928 Atwater, Ohio died. Rosedale, Pa. German Cemetery buried.  Feb. 15, 1928 widow Caroline pension #1605106/A-5-19-28. 

CROUP, Henry.:  Pvt.; age 19; Co. C; m: Dec. 7, 61 Butler.  Nov. 1, 63: to Cpl. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran -  born Butler Co.  21  grey eyes  light hair  5’6½”  farmer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence.  Dec. 10, 64 Charleston paroled.  Dec. 20, 64: to Camp Parole, arrived Dec. 22  Annapolis hospital.  Apr. 22, 65 Camp Distribution.  June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg: discharged.  May 16, 87 pension #609871/1134220- born Dec. 1, 42.  1890 Census:  m: Dec. 7, 61- June 65 broken down from being at Anders.;  res.: Butler.  Aug. 20, 96 Butler reunion.  Oct. 5, 98 Pens. Bur.: res.: 216 Lookout Ave, Butler. Dec. 30, 1915 Butler died.  Butler North Cemetery, on Main St., buried.  Jan. 8, 16 Elizabeth Bolier Croup widow pension #1058488/803100.  Presidents, Soldiers and Statesman: was born in Butler County. Pa  Dec. 1, 1842; his father; Jacob Croup, is deceased, but his mother, Sarah (Henshaw), is yet living; when 18 years old, he enlisted in September 1861, at Butler, Pa., as a Corporal in Co. E, 103 Pa. Vol. Inf.  and participated the battles of Yorktown. Williamsburg, Fair Oaks, White Oak Swamp, Seven Days fight in 1862, Malvern Hill, Harrison’s Landing, Kinston. Goldberg and  Plymouth. April 20, 1864, he was captured at Plymouth, N.C. and  held in Andersonville until  September then sent to Florence, S.C. until paroled December 13, and sent to Annapolis, Md.. where he was confined in the hospital about  three weeks, suffering  weakness caused by the hardships  prison life; he was furlough from Annapolis for sixty days  was honorably’ discharged from the service in June. 1865 at Harrisburg, Pa. his brother, Cyrus served  over a year in Co. B, 103d Pa. Mr. Croup was married Dec. 23, 1870, at Butler, Pa., to Miss Elizabeth Bolier, born in Allegheny County, Pa., Nov. 24, 1845; her father, Wm. Bolier, is deceased, but her mother, Christena (Sarver), is yet living, three children have been born to Mr. and Mrs.­ Croup, Belle May, Frank and Nora C. Comrade Croup filled the office of internal revenue storekeeper at this place and Freeport about fifteen years; his application for pension is still pending; belongs to Encampment No. 45, U. V. L., is a mail carrier. and his address is Butler, Pa.

CROW, Aaron T.:  Pvt.; Co. D; m: Nov. 13, 61.  Jan. 17, 62: discharged,  Surg. Cert. Cpl.; Co F and Co. M, 14 Pa. Cav.; m: Nov. 23, 62.  July 31, 65: to Sgt.  Aug. 24, 65 discharged.  Jan. 26, 76 pension #213561/142766.  Apr. 24, 1928 Rimer, Pa. died.  June 08, 1928 Jane widow pension #1616251/A8-2-28.

CROW, James H.:  Pvt.; Co. D; m: Nov. 13, 61.  Aug. 3, 62 Harrison’s Landing: died. 

CROW, Robert M.:  Pvt.; Co. D; m: Nov. 13, 61. July 10, 62 NY Tribune:  aboard  ELM CITY Harrison’s Bar - Ft. Monroe - NYC David’s Island Hosp.; arrived July 9, typhoid.  Aug. 1, 62 David’s Island Hosp.: discharged,  Surg. Cert. - blank (born)  24  blue eyes  light hair  5’9”  farmer  heart disease.  Nov. 15, 75 pension #210312/156376.  Feb. 21, 80 died.  May 31, 80 widow Isabella pension #266377/196641. 1890 Census:  widow Isabella  m: Sep. 29, 61 - Aug. 62;   res.: Adrian, Armstrong Co.

CROW, Samuel:  Pvt.; age 28; Co. D; m: Sep. 25, 61.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence (per aff. by J. Anthony). Paroled:  Dec. 14, 64 (Regt.), Feb. 26, 65 N. E. Ferry (mil.).  June 25, 65 discharged.  Aug. 7, 79 pension #302388/512486.  1890 Census:  m: Aug. 21, 61 - June 7, 65  9 mo. Anders.  rheum;  res.: Porter, Jefferson Co.  1910 died.  Sep. 5, 1910 Jefferson Co. Porter Twp. buried.

CRUM, Salem:  Pvt.;  Co. C; m: Sep. 16, 61 Kittanning.   Feb. 16, 62: to Cpl.  March - April 62 Washington:  left, sick.  May 13, 62 Washington Mt. Pleasant Hsp.: discharged, Surg. Cert. - born Armstrong Co.  24  5’10” grey eyes  dark hair  farmer  chr. rheum.  Sep. 10, 85 pension #549312/720456.  1890 Census:  m: Sep. 16, 61 - May 13, 62 chr. rheum.;  res.:  South Bend, Armstrong Co.  1905 died.  Dec. 12, 05 widow Sarah J. pension #839523/643897.

CUMBERLAND, James:  Pvt.; age 34; Co. B; m: Dec. 10, 61.  Nov. 32, 62 Phila.: discharged, Surg. Cert. Aug. 30, 86 pension #583939/539161.  March 25, 98 died.  April 4, 98 widow Hannah pension #673739/478269 Mo. 

CUNNINGHAM, William B.:  Pvt.; age “22“; Co. A; m: Sep. 7, 61.  June 12, 62 NY Times:  May 30, 62 Battle Fair Oaks/7 Pines WIA.  July 6, 62 NY Times: aboard hospital ship Str.  STATE OF MAINE White House - Ft. Monroe arrived July 2. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Clarion  “19”  hazel eyes  dark hair  5’6” laborer.  April 20, 64 Plymouth  POW  Anders.  Dec. 28, 64 (?) paroled.  Died:  Dec. 28, 64 Callensburg, shortly after release, or Camp Parole (Regt.); at his home in Clarion Co. Dec. 28, 64, was a POW (mil.).  Request for Fed. Headstone: “May 20, 64” Callensburg,  Callensburg Cemetery buried.

CUPP, John:  Pvt.; Co. E; m: Dec. 7, 61.  Oct. 6, 63: while on 30 day furlough became sick returned to Roanoke Island Apr. 26, 64.  Aug. 31, 64 Roanoke Island:  arrived or whereabouts known.  Jan. 16, 65 discharged. Sep. 17, 83 pension #495494/890681.  Aug. 6, 09 National Tribune:  of Tyron, Pa. requested info on 103 Pa.  1908 died.