Roster of the 103d PA Infantry
IRWIN, Benjamin: Pvt.; Co. H; m: Feb. 22, 62. Aug. 19, 62 NY Tribune: aboard Str. S.R. SPAULDING Ft. Monroe -NYC. March 2, 64 Beaufort, NC Hammond Gen. Hosp.: died June 30, 80 father James pension #274873/blank ((Archives-Hezekiah and Benj. pension files together)). - July 17, 83 Surg. Gen. O.: died March 2 or 3, 64 int. fever and chr. diarr., from Forrest Co., single. Brother Hezekiah, Co. H.
IRWIN, Hezekiah: Pvt.; Co. H; m: Feb. 22, 62. May 30, 62 Battle of Fair Oaks/7 Pines: WIA. June 12, 62 NY Times: WIA left breast, died June 2. June 3, 62 Savage Station field hosp.: died wounds (mil.). Oct. 24, 62 Suffolk Inventory of Effects: died without effects, other than clothing he wore at the time of his death; pay due from Jan. 16, 62 and bounty money; money value of clothing drawn, amounts to the sum of $43.00; greater part of the above clothing was unavoidably lost at the Battle of Fair Oaks. March 10, 63 widow Sarah L. pension #14307/7869. Brother Benjamin, Co. H.
IRWIN, Hiram: Pvt.; age 18; Co. H; m: Feb. 22, 62. Feb. 27, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Forrest Co. 20 grey eyes black hair 5’7” farmer. Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW Anders. Charleston Florence Salisbury Richmond Feb. 22, 65. Feb. 24 (23), 65 Aikens Landing paroled. Feb. 28, 65 Camp Parole Hosp.: chr. diarr. June 19, 65 discharged. Oct. 18, 79 pension #316527/C2575406/252621. 1890 Census: m: Feb. 62 -July 65 cataract; res.: Pine Grove, Clarion Co.; census taken in Forest Co. 1905 Anders. Mon. Ded.: requested transportation; did not attend; res.: Pine Grove.
IRWIN, Oliver Perry - Private, Co. H. Born 24 Dec 1830 in Forest Co., PA. Enrolled 26 Feb 62 at Forest Co., PA. Mustered in 23 March 62 at Washington, DC. Deserted 17 Sept 63 at Plymouth, NC. Applied 25 May 1904 for pension #1316907 stating he was home on furlough and never received discharge. Died 9 May 1913 of Gastritis in Kingsley Twp, Forest Co., PA. Buried 11 May 13 in Greenwood Cemetery. Headstone
IRWIN (IRVIN), William H.: Commissioned 1st. Lt.; Co. G; m: Jan. 10, 62 Tarentum. Nov. 28 (29), 62: to Acting Adj., Staff. May 30, 62 Battle of Fair Oaks/7 Pines: ill in his tent, ordered to rear by Surg., needed assistance to move. May - June 62: White House Landing Hosp.: sick. Dec. 31, 63 Pa. Adj. Gen. Report: Adj., rank from Nov. 29, 62, Co. G. 1st Lt. rank from Nov. 1, 61. Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW Anders. (Church) Charleston Columbia. Sep. 24, 64 CSA Prison Charleston: letter to father, sent by flag of truce, requesting money and clothes, send in care of Gen Foster, am well. Oct. 13, 64 CSA Prison Columbia: letter to father received letter, on 5th moved from Charleston to Columbia, am in temporary camp but hope to be in better situation soon. Nov. 27, 64 Columbia: letter to father received box, also 2 letters, am comfortable. Dec. 9, 64 Columbia: letter to father received your letter and one from mother, have not received requested money. March 1, 65 Wilmington paroled. March 6, 65 Annapolis Officer’s Hosp.: arrived last evening from Wilmington, must remain here until paid and furlough, comfortable quarters. March 12, 65 discharged. 1876 R. R. Stevenson, CSA: at Camp Asylum, Columbia, res.: Allegheny City. 1890 Census: Lt. Co. G m: Jan. 10, 62 - March 25, 65 POW 11 months; res.: 187 Fayette St., Allegheny City.