Roster of 103d PA Infantry

GALENTINE, Abraham:  Pvt.; age 18; Co. D; m: Sep. 25, 61.  June 30, 62 James River:  POW.  July 13, 62 Richmond:  prison.  July 25, 62 City Point, Va.:  exchanged.   July 10, 63 Plymouth: court martial-charge July 3 AWOL, for over two hours, while on picket duty near the Washington Road; guilty; fine $10 for two months, 20 days hard labor, with 24 lb ball+chain, at Ft. Williams (RG153NN158). Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.   Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Armstrong Co.  20  brown eyes  auburn hair  5’9” laborer.  April 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence.  Fall 1864 Florence:  Sanitary Commission issued socks.  Feb. 26, 65 NE Ferry paroled.  April 15, 65 Washington, DC: discharged.  1890 Census:  m: Sep. 25, 61 - March 15, 65 reenlisted Feb. 25, 64 captured Plymouth April 20, 64 ague fever; res.: Belle Mills, Jefferson Co.  June 4, 1890 pension #779944/833668.  Aug. 11, 1928 Luthersburg: died.  Aug. 14, 1928 Luthersburg Cem. buried.  Sep. 5, 1928 widow Nancy J. pension #1622469/A4-23-29.

GALENTINE (GALLENTINE), William A. Sr.:  Sep. 25, 61 Oakland: enrolled.  Pvt.; Co. D; m: Nov. 13, 61. Aug. 15, 62 NY Tribune: aboard Str. CAHAWBA Harr. Landing - NYC Bellevue Hosp.  Aug. 29, 62 NYC Bellevue Hosp.: discharged, Surg. Cert. - born Fayette Co.  45  brown eyes  5’9”  boat builder  disease.  Oct. 28, 62 pension #3664/404373.  Sep. 13, 73 died.  New Bethlehem Cem. buried.  Aug. 25, 84 widow Lydia pension #318880/242049. 1890 Census:  widow Lydia of Wm. Galentine; res.: New Bethlehem.

GALENTINE (GALLENTINE, GELENTINE), William A. Jr.:  Pvt.; Co. D; m: Nov. 13, 61.  Died: Aug. 3, 62 Phila. Gen. Hosp., Catharine & 7th St. ,  chronic diarr. (mil.); Aug. 3, 62 Phila. (Regt.); Aug. 30, 62 Roll of Honor).  Glenwood Cem. buried, remains moved  to Phila. Nat. Cem. Plot 117.

GALLAGHER (GALLAHER, GALAHER, GEHENHER, GETTENHER), David M.:  Pvt.; 28; Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61.  June 12, 62 NY Times:  Battle of Fair Oaks/7 Pines WIA arm.  Dec. 14, 62 Battle of Kinston: WIA. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.  Feb. 3, 64 Plymouth veteran:  born Butler Co.  30  grey eyes  dark hair  5’10”  laborer.  April 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Aug. 16 (20), 64 Anders.: died dysentery .  Anders. Nat. Cem. #5888 buried. 

GALLAGHER (GALLAHER), John  J.:  Pvt.; age 21; Co. C; m: Jan. (Feb.) 13, 62.  June 17 (20), 62 POW Richmond.  Aug. 5, 62 Aikens (Harrison’s) Landing: paroled. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.   Feb. 24, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Armstrong Co.  23  brown eyes  dark hair  5’9”  soldier.  June 9 - Aug. 10, 64 Roanoke Island hosp: typhoid.  Sep. 14 - Oct. 2, 64 Roanoke Island hosp.: cholera.  June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out.  July 3, 65 Harrisburg: discharged.  May 14, 1884 pension #513196/757515.  Aug. 20, 96 Butler reunion, res. New Castle.  Sep. 8, 13 New Castle died.

GALLAGHER (GALLAHER), Peter J.:  Pvt.; age 45; Co. E; m: Dec. 7, 61.  Feb. 7, 63 New Bern: discharged, Surg. Cert.   Pvt.;  Co. H, 102 Pa. Regt.; m: Sep. 6, 64.  Oct. 19, 64 Fisher’s  Hill-Cedar Creek Battle: WIA.  Oct. 24, 64 Phila. McClellan Gen. Hosp.: GSW, scalp, flesh wound.  June 20, 65 discharged.  Dec. 16, 71 pension #171043/125940.  Aug. 30, 84  Summit Twnshp., Butler Co. died.  May 5, 85 widow Jane pension #319495/214799. 

GARDNER, William:  Pvt.; age 22; Co. K; m: Oct. 28, 61 Pittsburgh.  Sep. 28, 63 Plymouth:  court martial-charge drunk while on picket guard - guilty;  leaving post before being relieved - guilty ; while drunk entered house in riotous manner creating disturbance - guilty;  sentence 4 months hard labor, with  24 lb ball+chain; forfeit $10 per month for six months.; case review - last charge not guilty; sentence reduced to 3 months with same fine (RG153LL1784). Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.   Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Allegheny Co.  24  grey eyes  dark brown hair  5’5½” laborer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW - Anders. ((not on Anders. List)).   Feb. 28, 65 deserted to Col. O’Neil's, 10 CSA Tenn. Inf. Regt.,  (Misc. Records Fed. POWs Anders. who joined  CSA.)   June 25, 65 New Bern Muster Out Roll: discharged.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg: discharged; bounty $340 paid $60. (Regt.). 

GARRETT, Dolphus - Private, Co. K. Mustered 20 Dec 63 at Plymouth, NC. 1 March 64 Descriptive Roll lists him as: Afro-American, age 18,  5’5”, Laborer & Cook. Reported Missing In Action and reportedly Killed In Action 20 April 1864 while escaping from the Battle at Plymouth, NC. (Note: CSA ordered to return captured Afro-Americans to their owner or sell them, many captured were murdered).

GATHERS (GAITHERS), Washington:  Cpl.; age 35; Co. A; m: Sep. 7, 61 Callensburg.   June 16, 62 NY Tribune: aboard Str. FULTON Ft. Monroe - NYC hosp.  Dec. 5, 62: to Sgt. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.   Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran  -  born Clarion  37  grey eyes  auburn hair  5’10½”  laborer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence.  Dec. 14, 64 Charleston paroled.  June 25, 65  mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg: discharged.  July 15, 68 pension #134507/blank.  July 31, 69 Oil City: died, effects from POW.  Aug. 25, 69 widow Mary W. pension #178937/138235.

GAZZAM (GOZZAN), Audley W.:  1861-3 months Fire Zouaves.  Commissioned Major; Staff; m: March 1, 62 with date of rank Nov. 2, 61.  May 31, 62 Battle of Williamsburg and 7 Pines/Fair Oaks: commanded Regt. (senior officers absent).  June 3, 62  NY Tribune: 7 Pines WIA supposed dead.   June 4, 62 NY Tribune:  Battle of 7 Pines  “Gozzan” is reported to have been seen to fall.  May 31, 62 Battle of 7 Pines/Fair Oaks: WIA, Regt. sent to support pickets on Williamsburg - Richmond Road, in front of the earthworks; Regt. forced to retreat under strong enemy attack; shell bursting near stunned and injured  neck and head, however  was able to seize  Colors and bring the Regt. back into the earthworks.  July 1862 - March 14, 63 Pittsburgh: recruiting.  June 5, 63: appointed to Court-martial Board Hq. Dist of the Albemarle, 4th Div. 18th Army Corp stationed Plymouth.  Aug. 16, 63 Plymouth: Roll of Officers - born Allegheny Co.  27  hazel eyes  light brown hair  5’7½”  lawyer.  Dec. 10 (12), 63: resigned., to accept appointment  VRC.  Major; 5 Regt. VRC; m: 1864 Indianapolis.  April 21, 65 resigned.  March 20,  79 pension # 273848/184174.  May 15, 84 National Tribune:  Audley W. Gazzam late of the 103d Pa. Vol. died at his residence in W. Phila. Sat. eve, in accordance with his expressed wish, the remains will be taken to Washington, Pa. for cremation. May 26, 84 widow Margaret I.(J). pension #316008/209462. 

GELSTON (GELTSON,GELSON), Clarence B.:  Musician; age 18; Co. K; m: Dec. 26, 61. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.   Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Alleghany Co.  20  blue eyes  brown hair  5’3”  laborer.  April 20, 64 Plymouth POW Anders.  Charleston  Florence.  Fall 1864 Florence: San. Comm. issued shirt and blanket.  Dec. 16, 64 Charleston paroled.  Dec. 19, 64 Annapolis College Green Barracks.  Dec. 20, 64 Camp Parole: furlough.  Apr. 22, 65 Camp Distribution, Va.  June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg: discharged.   April 29, 89 pension #701577/514409 - Battle of Plymouth shell struck log causing shrapnel which broke my right arm and hand, have little use of this arm; contracted scurvy in CSA prisons. 1905 Anders. Mon. Ded. attended; res.: Derry Station.  Jan. 30, 12 Derry newspaper:  Jan. 29 died, shock resulting from having his feet crushed while working  at the railroad engine house; born to Hettie Barclay and Samuel, in Pittsburgh,  drummer, GAR, member St. Joseph’s Roman Cath. Church, married , 4 children. burial from the Church on Friday, his 67th birthday.  Feb. 15, 1912 widow Pauline G. pension #980486/739650.

GEORGE, Jeremiah:  Pvt.; age 19; m: Sep. 16, 61 (62).  Nov. 28 (2), 62: discharged, Surg. Cert.

GEORGE, Justus:  Pvt.; age 20; Co. A; m: Sep. 7, 61 Callensburg.  May 31, 62 Battle of Fair Oaks: WIA, GSW right thigh.  July - Aug. 63 Pittsburgh: recruiting.  April 64 Camp Reynolds: recruiting.  April 6 - 23, 64 Louisville, Ky. Nashville and Brown Hosp.   Sep. 9, 64 Pittsburgh: discharged.  Jan. 9, 80 pension #340181/246124.  Feb. 14, 18 Nat. Tribune:  GAR reported died Aug. 24, 1916 at Leon, Iowa, age 75.

GEORGE, Thomas M.:  Pvt.; Co. A; m: Aug. 18, 62.  1864 Plymouth: declared intention to reenlist, not done. April 20, 64 POW  Anders.  Charleston.   Sep. 13, 64 Charleston: died, chr. diarr.  Charleston burials moved to Beaufort, SC National  Cem. reinterred as UNKNOWN.  Feb. 1, 65 widow Amelia pension #81426/100271.  April 16, 75 minor pension #220572/174966.

GHOST, John:  Pvt.; Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61.  June 1, 62:  WIA foot.  June 16 (17) White Oaks Swamp, Va. Regt. Hosp.: died , typhoid.  7 Pines Nat. Cem. #B156 buried.  June 28, 80 mother Mary A. pension #272430/340955. 

GIBSON, Gideon Walker (Walker G.):  Pvt.; age 17; Co. B; m: Sep. 24, 61. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Butler  19  brown eyes  fair hair  5’8”  farmer.  April 20, 64 POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence. Dec. 14, 64 Charleston paroled.  June 25, 65 mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg:  discharged. 

    June 25, 80 pension #386101/370800.  May 9, 23 Douglas, Ks.:  died. 

GIBSON, John A. (T. G.):  Pvt.; age 18; Co. B; m: Sep. 24, 61.  July 8, 62 NY Tribune:  aboard Str. S. R.  SPAULDING Harr. Landg. - Ft. Monroe - NYC Bellevue Hosp.  Sep. 20, 62 NYC Bellevue Hosp.: discharged, Surg. Cert.

GIBSON, Samuel:  Pvt.; Co. I; m: April 9, 64.  June 25, 65 discharged.  Jan. 2, 80 widow Sarah Shuster pension #257782/229270.  Apr. 22, 87 minor pension #353692/238445.   1890 Census:  widow Sarah m: Apr. 1, 64 - Aug. 65 chr. diarr.; res.: Plain Grove, Lawrence.

GIBSON, Samuel J.:  Cpl.; age 29; Co. B; m: Nov. 1, 61.  Dec. 31, 62 Suffolk hosp.:  medic “assisting”.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence.  Dec. 16 (10), 64 Charleston paroled.  March 14, 65 discharged.  Dec. 2, 78 Altoona, Ill.: died, phthisis pulmonallis.  Dec. 12, 79 widow Rachel pension #55904/208093 - letter June 3, 62 hospital near Bottoms Bridge, VA., describes Battle of 7 Pines and casualties, there has been one of the bloodiest battle that has taken place, at  first our  men were repulsed, but have since gain their ground and driven the enemy from their works, losses must be fearful, in the engagement  85th  NY, 101st., 103d., 96th. NY were terribly  cut up; Letter June 12, 64 Andersonville, GA. telling Rachel he is a POW and hopes to be paroled soon.  Library of Congress, Manuscript Room File #345: diary, small, pocket and calendar type with about four or five lines for each date. It is in very poor condition - ink faded, loose pages, etc. and the Library deemed it could not be Xeroxed; the majority of the entries are the usual camp activities and while a prisoner the lack of food, water, clothes, blankets, the heat or cold and exchange; excerpts:  Dedicated to Rachel A. Gibson, Sherrett Post Office, Armstrong County, Pa. (begins 1864); Jan. 01 Plymouth (N.C.): murder of Mrs. Emma Blount, body found this a.m. near this place; Feb. 01 transport Str. EAGLE to New Bern (Conf. attack);  Feb. 07 attended Prysb. Church, New Bern; Feb. 08 Transport Str. CHARLESTON back to Plymouth ((CSA Gen. Pickett attacked New Bern XVIII Corp HQ, 103d sent to assist Federal troops, CSA failed, Gen. Pickett replaced by Gen. Hoke who then attacked Plymouth and Washington before being recalled to Petersburg front)); Apr. 18 last night almost continual skirmishing was kept up,  Rebs seem determined to have Ft. Gray((Plymouth)) but so far have been repulsed with considerable loss & the loss of 1 piece of arty., they have so damaged the U.S. Gunboat BOMBSHELL that she, after retiring out of action, sunk at her moorings; 19th.  morning comes after a night of terror, the Rebs are before us, behind us and on each side of us, they have carried Ft. Wessells on our right & turned its guns on us, their Ram has sunk the Str. G.B. SOUTHFIELD and driven off our fleet, now we are gone up unless we get reinforcements, but we will die game, bombardment continues all day, works under a galling crossfire all day & night, Co. B have to go on picket, the night is made lively by bursting shells and the sharp rattle of musketry. 20th. our flag still floats defiantly, but we cannot hold out much longer, the Rebs have got all their arty. in position and have carried the forts on our left, just at daylight the ball opens, I am on picket in front of the works, my chance for getting in looks rather blue, at 7 am the enemy has gained the town & are now in our rear, we form & advance to drive them out, then commences a most terrific street fight, at 8 am a parley. Uncon. surr. dem. no surr. come and take us, at  10 am our flag is lowered, we are prisoners of war. 29th. Tarboro. 30th. Wilmington. May 01 Charleston & Savannah change cars.  02 Macon and Andersonville by 9 pm. Sep. 11 Macon. 12 Charleston  Oct. 01 moving.  02 near Florence (POW camp). 05 C R Mecker (almost illegible) arrives.  15th. Charles McClung very ill, sundown he is dead. 22 C K  McKee arrives from prison hospital. 26th. C.S.A remove arty. from angles of stockade, U.S. Sanitary sent clothes., issued. Nov. 4 James H. Crawford Co. B died chronic diarr. Nov. 11 Sgt. Criswell died. Nov. 29 J. Jones, Co. B, died. Dec. 02  RR torn up no parole. Dec. 14 am paroled, bivouac near Florence. Dec. 16  Charleston. Dec. 18 Hilton Head. Dec. 19 on Atlantic Ocean. Dec. 22  Camp Parole.

GILBY (GILLY), Jacob:  Pvt.; age 27; Co. C; m: Feb. 23, 62.  April 16, 62 near Warwick Court House, Va.: deserted.  1890 Census:  m: March 1862 - (blank); res.: Pamassus, Westmoreland Co.

GILCHRIST, Stewart:  Pvt.; Co. B; m: Aug. 25, 62.  Sep. 24, 63: transferred to VRC.  Request for Federal Headstone: (no date death), Lathrop, Mo. Cem. buried.

GILGER (GILGHER), Samuel P.:  Sgt.; Co. H; m: Feb. 22, 62.  Aug. 6, 62 Harr. Landg.: left  Aug. 15, 62 NY Tribune:  aboard Str. CAHAWBA Harr. Landg - NYC.  Died NY David’s Island DeCamp Gen. Hosp.: Sep. 30, 62 disease, dropsy, diarr. (mil.); Sep. 30, 62 disease (Regt.);  Oct. 2, 62 (Roll of Honor).  NY Long Island  Cypress Hill Nat. Cem. buried.  Feb. 24, 63 widow Mary Ann pension #13614/61491. June 21, 67 minor pension #140770/101950.  1890 Census:  widow Mary m: Jan. 62, died Oct. 1, 62 in hosp.;  res.: LeMastine, Clarion Co.

GILGHER, David P.:  Pvt.; Co. A; m: Feb. 29, 64.  April 1864 Pittsburgh.  June 25, 65 discharged.  July 30, 91 pension #1043459/826296 Mo.  1906 died.  May 11, 06 widow Margaret G. pension #848589/646194.

GILLESPIE, George W.:  Res.: Pittsburgh, admitted to the bar, unmarried.  NCO; 12th. Pa. Inf. Regt. "City Guards"; 1861 - 3 mo. Sep. 9, 61 enrolled.  Commissioned Capt.; Co. B; m: Sep. 24, 61 Pittsburgh., instructor to Regt., was proficient in military tactics.  May 29, 62; Fair Oaks/ 7 Pines:  fog, rain, commanded pickets when picket commander killed, attacked and  drove  23d. NC Inf. Regt. pickets back.  May 31, 62 Battle of 7 Pines/Fair Oaks: KIA last rally of Wessells Brig. in advance of Couch‘s Div.; Lt. Donaghy stated: assisted burial party, George was shot thru breast, sword, shoulder straps, buttons gone, pockets searched, scabbard present,  broken, carried to camp, buried, cracker box headboard.  7 Pines Nat. Cem. #D500 reinterred.  June 3, 62 hosp. near Bottom’s Bridge:  Cpl. Gibson letter - bloodiest  battle in this country, Capt. Gillespie was killed last Friday.  June 4, 62 NY Times:  sent to White House, Va. by RR, dead.  June 12, 62 NY Times:  KIA Battle of Fair Oaks. Oct. 20, 62 father, age 82, applied for money due.  1863 Pa. Adj.: rank from Aug. 17, 61, KIA May 31, 62. 

GILMORE, William H.:  Pvt.;  Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61.  Sep. 10, 62 - July 16, 63  Ft. Monroe: assigned Provost Guard. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.  Feb. 3, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Butler Co.  21  blue eyes  dark hair  5’8”  laborer. April 17-20 Battle of Plymouth:  WIA, ball pass through body, treated by Asst. Surg. Walton.  April 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Danville.  Oct. 9 Danville: escaped.  Oct. 18, 64 Aiken’s Landing : entered Union lines.  Oct. 20, 64 Baltimore: reported in “claims to be an escaped POW”.  Oct. 64  - Feb. 65 Camp Annapolis.  June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg: discharged.  March 12, 70 pension #153606/C2576394/132677. 1890 Census:  m: Dec. 11, 61 - blank wounded, privy  members shot off ; res.: Wesley, Venango Co. Sep. 18, 1940 Grove City Edgewood Hosp.: died, in his 90’s.  Amity  Cem. buried.

GINKLE (GINKEL), William:  Pvt.; age 18; Co. H; m: Feb. 22, 62.  June 29, 62 on march to Harr. Landing:  to hospital.  July 10, 62 NY Tribune:  aboard  Str. KNICKERBOCKER Harr. Landing - Ft. Monroe arrived July 5, rheum., bound north.  Aboard  Str. STATE OF MAINE Ft. Monroe - NYC hosp. Discharged: 1862 Ft. Monroe (Regt.), Sep. 27, 62 Harrisburg,  Surg. Cert. (mil.). April 13, 85 pension #537555/384918 -Nov. 62 discharged.   1890 Census:  m: Feb. 18, 62 - Sep. 27, 62 rheum & heart disease; res.: Snydersburg.

GIRTS, David W.:  Pvt.; Co H; m: March 23, 62.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW   Anders.  Died: in prison Regt.). Anders. Cem. List:  #30493 - status unknown; probably died and buried as UNKNOWN,  Roll of Honor and other  prisons: no listing.  War Dept AGO Book Mark Gel 382-1864 March 4,  (illegible): died Sep. 30, 64, on or about, Anders., chr. diarr.  Nov. 24, 65 mother Jane pension #115989/142447-Letter March 10, 63 Camp near New Bern: I have not had any mail, Regt. out on scouting expedition on  the 7th. with 3 days provision, I was not well enough to go with them, am sending money home.

GIRTS (GISTS, GIRTZ), Hermin (Herman):  Pvt.; Co. H; m: Feb. 22, 62.  July 19, 62 NY Tribune:  Baltimore Patterson Park Hosp., patient, typhoid.  April 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  July 7 (6), 64  Anders.: died, chr. diarr.  Anders. Nat. Cem. #2946 buried.  (Regt. History #2996 incorrect.). Nov. 28, 64 NY  Times: died Anders. July 7.  May 25, 65 minors, John W. and Sarah G., pension #95404/125810; eligible, abandoned by mother, left with grandmother.  3 December 64 Pittsburgh Dispatch: died Andersonville  July 7.

GIVEN (GIVENS), George D.:  Pvt. (Regt.), Cpl. (mil.); Co. D; m: Nov. 13, 62.  Dec. 15, 62 Suffolk Hosp. or New Bern Hosp.: sick, chr. diarr., rheum.; caused by  raid to Goldsboro.  Discharged:  March 10, 63 (Regt.); Dec. 31, 62 New Bern  (mil.);  March 28, 63 Surg. Cert. - born Westmoreland Co.  28  blue eyes  auburn hair  6’0”  blacksmith.  March 7, 81 pension # 417408/315418.  1890 Census:  m: Sep. 25, 61 -March 28, 63 chr. diarr., rheum. Surg. Cert.; res.:  Ford City.   Sep. 3, 97 died.

GLASSER, Joseph:  Pvt.; Co. H; m: Feb. 22, 62.  Aug. 6, 62 Harr. Landing:  to hosp.  Discharged:  Oct. 27, 62 NYC David’s Island Hosp., Surg. Cert.; Dec. 5, 62 Pittsburgh hosp. smallpox (Regt.).  Dec. 5, 62 Pittsburgh :died (mil.).  March 23, 63  widow Mary Ann pension #15810/15653.

GLASSER (GLOSSER), William:  Pvt.; age 18; Co. H; m: Feb. 22, 62.  April 30, 62 Newport News:  sick.  Discharged:  1862 father appealed to Gov. Curtin (Regt.); May 23, 63 Plymouth S. O. #199 - by way of a favor (mil.).  March 2, 85 pension #533786/532957.  1890 Census:  m: Jan. 1, 62 - May 64 GSW right leg; res.: Snydersburg, Clarion Co. ((no record GSW in file)).  Aug. 24, 15 Leeper died.  Oct. 22, 15 widow Clara pension #1055171/814732.

GOE, James:  Pvt.; age 16; Co. A; m: Sep. 7, 61.  July 2, 62 NY Tribune:  Wash., DC Mt. Pleasant Hosp. patient.  June 20, 62 Wash. Mt. Pleasant Hosp.: discharged,  Surg. Cert.

GOE, Norvel:  Asst. Hosp. Steward; age 18; Staff; m: Sep. 7, 61 Callensburg.  March 62 - April 64:  hosp. attendant. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.   Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Clarion  20  hazel eyes  dark hair  6’2½”  laborer. Battle of Plymouth: assisted the Surgeon at the hospital located in a bombproof at Ft. Williams. April 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence.  Oct. 7, 64 Florence:  escaped with Beggs, Cooper, J. Rupert and Shaffer, bribery, Negroes  assisted, Oct. 12 discovered Collins plantation by 4th SC Cav., returned to Florence.  Dec. 16, 64 Charleston paroled.  May 31, 65: to Hosp. Steward.  June 25, 65 mustered out.  July 13, 65  Harrisburg: discharged.  Sep. 20, 76 pension #225682/229282.  June 28, 21 widow Sarah E. pension #117947/909243 Ks. - Norvel  died. Dec. 20, 1920  Clarksburg, WVA.

GOE, Reed:  Pvt.; age 50; Co. A; m: Sep. 7, 61 Callensburg.  May - June 62 Wash. DC Mt. Pleasant Hosp.: detached. July 14, 62 Mt. Pleasant Hosp.: discharged.  Sep. 21, 71 widow Eliza Jane pension #199133/214499.

GOLDLINGER (GOULDINGER, GOLDINGER), Joseph:  (No date) Butler Co. enrolled.  Pvt.; Co. E; m: m: Dec. 7, 61 Camp Orr. Aug. 13-31, 62: NY hosp. Sep. 62: present. Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence. Oct. 16, 64 Florence: died, cause not stated. Florence Nat. Cem. buried as UNKNOWN.  Comrade Ekis stated father had bad health, small farm, poor land, Joseph sent money home. 

GOODARD, Albert E.:  Pvt.; age 17; Co. D; m: Sep. 25, 61. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Ashtabula Co., Ohio  19  black eyes  dark hair  5’10”  engineer.  April 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Nov. 30, 64 Savannah paroled.  Dec. 6, 64 Annapolis Div. #2 Hosp.: scurvy.  June 25, 65 discharged.  April 17, 91 pension #1012123/947375 Colorado.  April 10, 13 Cabool, Texas Co., Missouri died.

GORDAN, John:  Pvt.; Co. E; m: Dec. 7, 61.  Apr. 6, 62:  trfd. 8 Indep. Btry., NY Lt. Arty.  March 30, 88 died.  July 12, 90 widow Elizabeth P. pension #439567/blank.  1890 Census:  widow Elizabeth m: Nov. 20, 61 -Nov. 28, 63 103 Pa. Nov. 28, 63 - June 10, 65 Indep. NY Btry.; res.: New England, Pa.

GORMAN, William:  Pvt.;   Co.  I; m: Dec,. 16, 61.  Nov. 1, 62: to Sgt.  Dec. 14, 62 Battle of Kinston: WIA, left hand. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.  Feb. 3, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Ireland  23  blue eyes  dark hair  5’10”  laborer.  April 20, 64 Plymouth POW (per Morning Report, no POW form)  Anders.? (no record Anders., Roll of Honor, etc.)  Died:  Nov. 23, 64 Anders. (Regt.); no further info (mil.).  Burial:  no info. 

GOUDY, John:  Sep. 16, 61 Kittanning enrolled.  Pvt.; age 31; Co. C; m: Dec. 7, 61 Camp Orr.  March 13, 63:  New Bern Stanley Hosp.: sick.  Sep. 16, 63 New Bern: discharged, Surg. Cert.  Feb. 20, 64 pension #40954/860703. Aug. 15, 79 Bur. of Pensions:  res.  Allegheny City.  1890 Census:  m: Sep. 5, 61 -Sep. 16, 63; res.:  Allegheny City.  Aug. 20, 96 Butler reunion; res.:  Allegheny.   March 1, 11 died. March 15, 11 widow Rose pension #960573/721549. 

GOULD, John:  Pvt.; age 18; Co. D; m:  Sep. 25, 61.  July 7, 62 NY Times:  aboard Str. DANIEL WEBSTER Harrison Point - Wash., DC, general debility.  July 4, 62 Wash. Epiphany Gen. Hosp.: typhoid. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.   Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Armstrong Co.  20  black eyes  dark hair  5’6”  laborer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence.  Feb. 27, 65 NE Ferry paroled.  June 25, 65 discharged.   June 30, 80 pension #402780/290398.  1905 Anders. Mon. Ded.; res. Kittanning.  Feb. 7, 26 Youngstown, Ohio died.

GOULD (GOLD), Walter:  Pvt.; Co. E; m: Dec. 7, 61 Clay Township, Butler Co. June 4, 62 Baltimore Patterson Park Hosp.:  died, pneumonia. Balt. Louden Park Nat. Cem. #123 buried. June 9 and July 19, 62 National Tribune: died Patterson Park Hosp., Baltimore.

GOURLEY (GORELY), George McNeil:  Pvt.; age 16; Co. G; m: Jan. 10, 62.  May - June 62 Hampton Chesapeake Hosp. and  NYC Gen. Hosp., 7-8th Ave.:  contracted measles & typhoid on troop ship Wash., DC - Ft. Monroe.  Sep. - Oct. 63 Beaufort, NC hosp.: sick. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.  Feb. 3, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Indiana Co., Pa.  18  brown hair  dark eyes  5’8” laborer.  April 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence.  Fall 1864 Florence:  Sanitary Comm issued hat.  Dec. 7, 64 Charleston paroled.  Dec. 15, 64 Annapolis Div. #1 Hosp.: scurvy.  June 25, 65: New Bern: on furlough at mustering out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg:  discharged.  July 12, 84 pension  #517666/317130.  1890 Census:  m: Jan. 6, 62 - June 26, 65 chr. diarr., scurvy contracted in prison; res.:  Big Run, Jefferson Co.  1905 Anders. Mon. Ded. attended;  res.: Main Street, Big Run.  Sep. 20, 06 Butler reunion.  1909 died.  April 1, 09 widow Martha R. pension #916620/680414.

GRADEN, John:  Pvt.; age 29; Co. C; m: Feb. 13 (27), 62.  Aug. 31, 64 Roanoke Island: court martial-charge July 23 R. I., Camp Foster, conduct prejudicial to good order and military discipline, spoke back to Capt. Moran, 5 R. I. Arty., when asked why he was out quarters, refused Capt. Moran’s order to remain until guard arrived to arrest him, drew his bayonet on Capt. Moran, guilty on all charges, 3 months hard labor (RG153LL2383).  Feb. 13, 65 discharged.  March 10, 88 pension #644057/XC2692048/518002 Ks. March 01, 08 died.  Sep. 30, 16 widow Mary C. pension #1077891/820660 Ks.

GRAFF, Henry:  Sgt.; Co. K; m: Oct. 28, 61.  Apr. 7, 62 Newport News Camp Casey:  discharged; hernia from loading heavy boxes at Camp Curtain.  Sep. 20, 62 pension #2621/23689.  June 19, 72 widow Ann pension #204247/blank.

GRAFT (GRAF) Balser (Walter)(BALSER, Graft, GROFF, Balsen):  Pvt.; Co. G; m: Jan. 10, 62.  May 31, 62 Battle of Fair Oaks/7 Pines: WIA.  June 12, 62 NY Times:  MIA.  June 15, 62 Ft. Monroe: died, wounds.  July 27, 62 NY Times:  died Ft. Monroe Old Point Hosp., GSW.  March 31, 79 mother Maria C. pension #243253/blank. - Dec. 9, 79 War Dept.: died  Ft. Monroe from wounds received at Battle of Fair Oaks.; June 7, 83 Wash., DC Surg. Gen. O.:  entered Ft. Monroe Hygeia Hosp. June 5 and died June 15 vulnus sclopeticum .July 3, 85 father John G. pension #328810/222135 NY -  family spoke and wrote German,  Pens. O. placed translation in file - Wash. March 28, 62 sent money home via Adams Express, hope war will be over soon and I can come home.

GRAHAM, Benjamin A.:  Pvt.; Co. F; m: March 31, 64  Franklin.  April 30, 64 Roanoke Island.  June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg: discharged.  1890 Census:  m: March 31, 64 - June 25, 65;  res.: Washington, Pa.  Sep. 5, 94 pension #1160522/C2538225/1045481.  Sep. 20, 06 Butler reunion.  Oct. 19, 16 National Tribune:  reunion held Sep. 28 at Pittsb. Memorial Hall, 5th Ave., attended as 1st Vice Pres.  May 15, 24 Nat. Tribune: res. 130 First St., Everett.

GRAHAM, Eden H.:  Musician; age 23; Co. H; m: Feb. 22, 62.  Feb. 12, 63: duty, Drum Corp. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged;  reenlisted.  Feb. 27, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Clarion Co.  25  blue eyes  light hair  6’0”  farmer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  March 2, 65 NE Ferry paroled.  June 5, 65 discharged.  1890 Census:  widow Mehala m: Feb. 21, 62 -June 5, 65 Fifer; res.:  Shippenville, Clarion Co.

GRAHAM, William R.:  Sgt.;  Co. F; m: Dec. 7, 61.  July 4, 63:  to 1st. Sgt. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.  Feb. 3, 64 Plymouth veteran -born Clarion Co.  25  grey eyes  black hair  5’10”  farmer.  April 20, 65 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Aug. 15 (14), 64  Anders.: died, chr. diarr.  Anders. Nat. Cem. #5737  buried. April 18. 64 Battle of Plymouth: Donaghy, John,  Co. F, relieved  Morrow , James J. with Co. G which were skirmishing on the Washington road, all day fight, numerous shells; detachment of  85th NY under Lt. Andrews posted to the right of the road, enemy close enough to exchange words, Donaghy wore enlisted coat, carried a musket,  while inspecting and directing the troops, shortly before sunset Graham, Wm. R. announced the strengthen enemy were coming in, then announced we are flanked on the left, all returned to Fort Wlliams.

GRANDY, Alvin C.:  Cpl.; age 32; Co. A; m: Sep. 7, 61.  May 31, 62 Battle of Fair Oaks/7 Pines: KIA.  June 12, 62 NY Times:  KIA.  Dec. 3, 58 wife Mary died.  Dec. 24, 64 children Adrianna, Francis, Violia C. pension #77041/76014.

GRANT, Artemus G.:  Pvt.; Co. F; m: Dec. 7, 61.  Feb. 62 Clarion Co.: left sick.  Unknown date and place: discharged. 

GRANVILLE, Samuel:  Pvt.; Co. B; m: Nov. 13, 63.   March 2, 64  Muster Card:  Afro-American  born Martin Co., NC  25  5’5” laborer.  April 17-20, 64 Battle of Plymouth:  MIA, supposed killed (possibly by CSA).

GRAY, Charles C.:  Pvt.; age 24; Co. D; m: Sep. 25, 61. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.   Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Indiana Co.  26  grey eyes  light hair  5’10”  laborer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Dec. 10, 64 Charleston paroled.  June 25, 65 discharged.  Aug. 10, 92 pension #1125224/C2553333/1017456.  1905 Anders. Mon. Ded.: attended; res: 401 Rumberger St., Dubois.  March 17, 19 Dubois died. 

GRAY, Thomas H.(A):  Sep. 25, 61 Orrsville enrolled.  Sgt.; Co. D; m: Nov. 13, 61 Kittanning.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth  POW  Anders.  Aug. 17, 64 Anders.: died; dropsy, chr. diarr.  Anders. Nat. Cem. #5971 buried.  June 8, 65 widow Hannah pension #96948/168495.  Feb. 24, 69 minors John A., Ruth, Hannah M. pension #172190/168496.

GRAY, William E.:  Pvt.; age 19; Co. H; m: Feb. 22, 62.  May 1863: to Cpl.  April. 20, 64 Plymouth  POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence. Dec. 20, 64 Charleston paroled.  Dec. 23, 64 Annapolis College Green Barracks.  Dec. 24, 64 Camp Parole.  March 3  65 discharged.  Dec. 8, 80 pension #413334/351528 - May 63  Regt. Hosp. 2-3 weeks, injured back working on breast works.  Aug. 20, 96 Butler: reunion, res.: Franklin.  1905 Anders. Mon. Ded.: applied, not present; res.: 1208 Franklin St., Franklin.  Dec. 30, 16 Franklin died. Jan. 15, 17 widow Harriet pension #1085465/848568.  Nov. 30, 2000 eBay offered for sale enlistment papers.

GREEK, Daniel:  Pvt.; Co. G; m: Jan. 10, 62.  May 25, 62 detached 1st NY Arty. and/or 8 Indep. Btry. NY Lt. Arty.(units attached to 103 Pa. for the Pen. Campaign).  Aug. 12, 62 deserted. Aug. 31 62 Roanoke Island:  whereabouts known.  1865 applied for pension (no file nr.); refused, abandoned his claim.  Nov. 2, 65 mother Olive pension #114286/blank - no evidence of death. 1890 Census:  m: Aug. 61 - 1863; res.: Sherret, Armstrong Co. 

GREENWALT, David:  Pvt.; Co. H; m: Feb. 22, 62.  June 23, 62 Phila.:  discharged, Surg. Cert.  Dec. 20, 89 pension #744734/918486.  1890 Census:  m: Nov. 16, 61 - June 23, 62 squashed down by provision wagon hurt insides; res.:  Leeper, Clarion Co.   May 18, 09 Nat. Soldier’s Home, Dayton:  #33758 July 13, 1910;  Soldier’s Home, Mountion Br., Johnson City, Tn.: March 13, 12  to Dayton May 2, 13; to Mt. Br. Oct. 8, 13 - July 1, 20:  age 73  5’7”  grey hair and eyes  reads/writes  Cath.  stone mason  res.:  Clarion  married Mary  res. Leeper   defective vision  debility  old age  growth left side lower lip  general condition fair  notify sister T. A. Briusley (?), Clarion, Pa.  July 26, 21 Marienville died.

GREGG, Andrew:  Pvt.; Co. G; m: Jan. 10, 62.  Aug. 10, 62 NYC Davids Island hosp.   Discharged:  Oct. 30, 62 NY David’s Island hosp.:  Surg. Cert. - born Armstrong Co.  31  gray eyes  dark hair  laborer (mil.); Nov. 10, 62 (Regt.).  Aug. 3, 63 pension #29907/blank - June 10, 62 White Oak Swamp -Harrison‘s Landing  Regt. Hosp. diarr., rheum; hosp. shelled by CSA; WIA lower back from spent shell. 

GRIFFIN, George W.:  Pvt.; Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61.  Dec. 14, 62 Battle of Kinston:  KIA.  Aug. 3, 63 mother Mary pension #29113/87452.  Brothers Joseph and John. 

GRIFFIN, John:  Pvt.; age 33; Co. I; enrolled 11 Dec. 61 Harrisville and mustered 22 Feb. 62.  April 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  July 7 (6), 64 Anders. : died, acute diarr.  Anders. Nat. Cem. #2988 buried.  Nov. 28, 64 NY Times:  died Anders.  March 30, 65 widow Mary J.  pension #87843/133728.  3 December 64 Pittsburgh Dispatch: died Andersonville “June 14”.  Brothers George and Joseph. 

GRIFFIN, Joseph S.:  Pvt.; Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.  Feb. 3, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Armstrong Co.  28  grey eyes  dark hair  5’11”  laborer  single.  Apr. 20, Plymouth POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence.  Dec. 10, 64 Charleston paroled.  June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg: discharged.  Feb. 26, 78 pension #249406/blank.  Request for Federal Headstone: died May 27, 85; buried  Armstrong Co.  Brothers George and John. 

GRIFFIN, Lewis:  Pvt.; age 39; Co. D; m: Aug. 30, 62 Kittanning - born Armstrong Co.  farmer.  April 12, 63: picket duty.  Aug. 30, 62 - Jan. 25, 64: daily duty collier.  March 1864: duty QM Dept.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth  POW  Anders.  Savannah.  Unknown date:  Anders. Hosp. scurvy, diarr, debilitated and blind. Oct. 20, 64 on/about: moved to Savannah Hosp.  Oct. 22, 64 Savannah: gave daguerreotype of his wife to Levi Nolf  (died  Annapolis ), who gave it to Martin Smith to take home.  Died:  comrades state in prison (Regt.); alleged Oct. 1, 64 no location (Cas. Sheet); not listed (Roll of Honor).  Dec. 10, 64 military changed status  MIA to POW.  Dec. 18, 64 NY Times:  Savannah Prison Hosp. died.  Feb. 15, 65 widow Lyannah pension #83085/blank.  Feb. 23, 67 minor pension #142817/125295.  1890 Census:  widow Lyannah  m: Sep. 62 - Oct. 30, 64 died Anders.,  POW Anders.; res.:  Madison Township, Armstrong Co. 

GRIFFITH, Richard:  Pvt.; age 26; Co. K; m:  Jan. 25, 62.  Feb. 27, 62 deserted. 

GRIM, Daniel:  Musician; Co. H; m: Feb. 22, 62.  April 4, 62 Alexandria, Va.: died, typhoid.

GROCE (GROSSE), Henry:  Pvt.; Co. H; m: Feb. 22, 62.  July 21, 62 NY Tribune:  sick, aboard Str. COMMODORE from Harr. Landg.  Sep. 23, 63: trfd. to Co. H, 2 VRC.  May 6, 80 pension #363995/XC2649875/464570 - July 15 - 16. Oct. 62 Suffolk - claimed that on Blackwater River Expedition march: crippled left foot.  June 28, 17 Kelso, Wash. died. Aug. 14, 20 minor pension #1162369 Wash.  Apr. 25, 32 widow Harriet pension #1716767/ Wash. No certificates issued.

GROCE (GRACE), Joseph C. K.:  Pvt.; age 19; Co. H; m: Jan. 17, 62 Clarion Co.  June 29, 62 Peninsula: detailed to care for sick and wounded; MIA.  June 30, 62 Peninsula : on march to Harrison‘s Land. taken POW.  July 4, 62 Richmond  POW.  Sep. 12, 62 Aiken’s Landing (City Point)  paroled.  POW  Report:  captured James River July 1, confined Richmond July 4, paroled City Point July 25, or paroled Aiken’s Landing  Sep. 12, sent to Wash., DC Sep. 62.  Oct. 62: to Regt. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.  Feb. 27, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Clarion Co.  21  gray eyes  brown hair  5’11”  farmer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth  POW   Anders.  Savannah  Charleston  Florence.  Fall 1864 Florence:  San. Comm. issued drawers and shirt.  Nov. 23, 64 Savannah paroled.   Dec. 4, 64 Annapolis  Div. #1 Hosp.  Dec. 8 (28), 64 Annapolis Div. #1 Hosp.:  died, chr. diarr., age  21,  single.  Dec. 10, 64 Annapolis Ash Grove Cem. (Nat. Mil. Cem.) #1084 buried (not on Cem. Roster.)  Request for Federal Headstone: buried Shippenville cemetery   June 30, 80 mother Catherine pension #274458/“not issued".  Aug. 2, 86 father John pension #342958/“not issued".

GROSSMAN, Adam:  Pvt.; age 20; Co. E; m: Feb. 29, 64 Cherry Township., Butler Co.  March 25, 65 Butler: discharged, Surg. Cert., sick. 

GROSSMAN, Benjamin C.:  Pvt.; Co. E; m: Dec. 7 (12), 61 - born Butler Co.  18  grey eyes  brown hair  5’8”  farmer.  Sep. 17, 63 (1862) m: Co. E, 10 VRC   Oct. 5, 98 Bur. of Pensions:  res. Bosworth, Carroll Co. Missouri.  Oct. 21, 01 pension #1276412/C2540728/1038222 Mo.  March 30, 06 died. 

GRUBBS, George Washington:  Pvt.;  Co. G; m: Jan. 10, 62.  April 30 - Dec. 62: Amb. Corp.  Jan. 27, 64 Plymouth: court martial charge-that on Oct. 26, 63, while at his picket post on Lee’s Mill Road, did threaten Asa Johnson, Jr., citizen, without provocation. cocked his gun also drew his bayonet and press it against  Johnson; court stated not guilty, acquitted  (RG153OO103). Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.  Feb. 3, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Armstrong Co.  18  grey eyes  fair hair  5’7”  laborer  single.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence.  Dec. 7, 64 Charleston paroled.  Dec. 16, 64 Camp Parole.  Dec. 26, 64 - Jan. 31, 65: furlough.  March 4, 65 Annapolis Hosp. #6.  April 65: absent sick.  May 4, 65 to Camp Distribution, Va.; then to Regt.  June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg:  discharged.  Aug. 6, 83 pension #491977/477150 W. Va.  Oct. 26, 11 National Tribune: of DeLeon Springs, Fl. visited Wash., DC…had been living in Apollo, with his wife, was his way to DeL eon where he will make his home.  Nov. 25, 17 National Tribune:  died Nov. 9, 16, Turtlecreek, age 72   Nov. 22, 16 widow Catharine pension #1078681/846053

GRUBBS, John:  Pvt.; 101 Pa.; Roll of Honor, lists as Co. F, 103 PA.

GUIHER, Andrew:  Pvt.; age 19; Co. A; m: Sep. 7, 61. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.   Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Clarion  21  hazel eyes  dark hair  5’10½”  laborer.  Apr. 17-20 Battle of  Plymouth:  WIA while manning gun in Ft. Williams, received a musket ball in the face striking him below the right eye passing diagonally through the head without hitting a vital spot.  April 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Salisbury  Anders.  Charleston  Florence.  May 29, 64 Salisbury POW Hosp.: after treatment by  CSA doctors in Plymouth.  Dec. 10,  64 Charleston paroled.  June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg:  discharged.  June 14, 70 pension #157446/110723 -claimed  3 weeks Plymouth - Raleigh  -  Salisbury, comrades stated they saw him shot and helped him into the bombproof at Ft. Williams where he was left when they surrendered; he came to Anders. about 3 months after the Battle, almost blind, also had chronic diarrhea and piles.  May 12, 02 Gastown (near Geistown),  Cambria Co. died.  May 14, 02 buried.  Aug. 16, 02 widow Maggie pension #768849/605349.

GUIHER, Clark:  Pvt.; age 20; Co. A; m: Sep. 7, 61. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Clarion  22  grey eyes  light hair  5’7”  laborer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Salisbury  Libby (Richmond)  Feb. 24, 65 Aikens Landing paroled.  Feb. 28, 65 Camp Parole.  June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg: discharged.  March 3, 83 pension #47340/689855 Ohio.  March 5, 02 Danville, Va. Soldier’s National Home #4125 admitted.  Apr. 21, 05 trfd. to Dayton Nat. Mil. Home : #30350  Pvt. Co. A, 103 Pa. m: Sep. 7, 61 Kittanning - June 25, 65 New Bern  veteran  1864 Anders.  born Pa.  60  5’7”  blue eyes  dark hair  reads/writes  Prot.  laborer  res. : Garland, Warren Co.  pension.  June 25, 16 Dayton Home: died, carcinoma face; notified son John, Lewistown, Il.  Nat. Home Cemetery #Sec. 1 Row 14 #21 buried.  Aug. 19, (?)  widow Mary pension #790051/blank. 

GUIHER, Isaac:  Pvt.; age 40; Co. A; m: Sep. 7, 61 Callensburg.  May 15, 62 Newport News: died.  Hampton National Cem. #4289 buried.  March 20, 63 widow Elizabeth pension #15707/23046.  June 18, 187(?) minor pension #188255/152836.

GUIHER, Jacob B.:  Pvt.; Co. A; m: Feb. 27, 64 - born Clarion Co.  20 yrs. 11 mo.  grey eyes  brown hair  5’8”  farmer.  June 25, 65 discharged.  Dec. 31, 90 pension #977391/841414 Pa.  Sep. 16, 09 Foxburg reunion; res.:  South Sharon.   Aug. 4, 13 Hampton Nat. Soldier’s Home-#20979   29 Feb. 64-25 June 65  senility, cardiac born Pa.  70   5’10”  grey eyes and hair   reads and writes  Prot.  carpenter  res.: Waterford, OH  married-Anna S.   Sep. 30, 1913 requested discharge.   Jan. 16, 17 New Waterford, Ohio: died.  Feb. 06, 17 widow Hannah S. pension #1093174/858209 Ohio.

GUIHER, John C.:  Pvt.; age 23; Co. A; m: Sep. 7, 61. Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth discharged; reenlisted.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Clarion  25  grey eyes  light hair  5’8”  laborer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence  Salisbury  Richmond  Feb. 22, 65.  Feb. 24, 65 Aikens Landing paroled.  March 9, 65 Camp Parole Hosp.  June 28, 65 discharged.  Apr. 09, 89 pension #698262/883058.  1905 Anders. Mon. Ded. attended,; res.: Grampian, Clearfield Co.  Sep. 16, 09 Foxburg reunion; res.: Grampian.  Oct. 24, 17 Grampian: died.  Grampian Friends Cem. buried.  Nov. 14, 17  widow Mary pension #1110262/850582.  Regt. Hist.: page 34 photo.  

GWINN (GUINN), John A.:  Pvt.; age 21; Co. C; m: Sep. 16, 61.  March - April 63: to Cpl. Dec. 31, 63 Roanoke Island discharged; reenlisted.   Feb. 24, 64 Roanoke Island veteran - born Westmoreland Co.  23   brown eyes  sandy hair   6’1”  soldier.  Sep. 20, 64: to Sgt.  Oct .- Nov. 64: commanded detachment which returned to Plymouth after Union capture; stayed a few days, returned to Roanoke Island.  June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg: discharged. 1890 Census:  m: Sep. 19, 61 - July 13, 65 rheum; res.: Oakland.  Aug. 27, 90 pension #845230/591535.  Sep. 16, 09 Foxburg reunion, res.: Parnassus, Pa.  Oct. 23, 16 Parnassus died.  Nov. 16, 16 National Tribune: died Oct. 23,  New Kensington,  GAR Post 53. Regt. Hist. photos pages: 45, 124

GUMBERT, Henry:  Cpl.; age 31; Co. D; m: Sep. 25, 61.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Armstrong Co.  33 brown eyes  dark hair  6’0”  collier.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  June 26, 64 Anders.: died, chr. diarr.  Anders. Nat. Cem. #2531 buried.   Jan. 18, 65 widow Rachel pension #79546/73271. Apr. 12, 77 minor pension #230852/177673. 3 December 64 Pittsburgh Dispatch: died Andersonville June 26.