Roster of the 103d PA Infantry

MACK, George W. - Private, Co. D. Born 14 Jan 1849 in PA, son of Jacob & Sarah (Robinson) Mack. Mustered in 14 March 65 at age 18. Discharged 25 June 65. 1890 Clarion Census:  m: March 14, 65 - July 14, 65. Applied 11 Aug 1890 for pension #865314/609563.  Died 24 Feb 1909 in Clarion Co., PA from Pneumonia & Endocarditis. Buried 27 Feb 1909 in  the New Rehoboth Presbyterian Cemetery, Strattanville, PA. Widow Anna Penninah (Wilson) Mack applied 5 March 1909 for pension #914766/685289. Headstone & Obituary

MACKEY, James F.  Capt.; Co. H; m: Feb. 22, 62.  Nov. 1, 63: to Major not mustered (Regt.); Commission rec’d. (mil.). Dec. 17, 63 Plymouth Capt. Mackey to Capt. Foster, 2d. NC. Inf. Union letter of commendation.  Apr. 17- 20 Battle of Plymouth: south of Lee Mills Road commanded Co. H in support of skirmishers confronted by 3 companies of the 56th. NC.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders. (Church)  Macon  Savannah  Charleston  Columbia  Wilmington.  Aug. 20, 64: all pay due (Capt. to Major) from Nov. 1, 63, sent wife (mil.). Sep. 30, 64 NY Tribune:  at  Savannah  Sep. 1, in  Squad  5.  Feb. 6, 65 NY Times: imprisoned Columbia.  Feb. 14, 65: 30 miles from Columbia: escaped while being moved to a new POW camp. Feb. 19, 65: 18 miles NW of Camden, SC: captured by CSA Hampton’s Cav.  March 1, 65 NE Ferry:  paroled.  March 11, 65  NY Times: aboard Str. GEN. SEDGWICK, arrived  Annapolis March 7. March (May) 12, 65 discharged. Capt. Donaghy-at Savannah Capt. Mackey received a box from home, contained food and coffee, shared it. 1876 CSA R. R. Stevenson SOUTHERN SIDE OF ANDERS: at Columbia, res.: Clarion.  May 11, 83 Franklin: died.  Apr. 26, 84 widow Caroline pension #315091/212775. 

MAJOR (MAJORS), William:  Pvt.; Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61.  Dec. 14, 62 Battle of Kinston: WIA.  Feb. 3, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Venango Co.  21  blue eyes  dark hair  5’10½”  laborer. Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  July 12, 64  Anders. Hsp.  July 22, 64 Anders.: died, acute diarr.  Anders. Nat. Cem. #3793 buried.  May 22, 80 mother Mary #265796/blank - letters to his sister -January 63 received 3 months pay,  sent money home, going into barracks;  April (?), 63  expedition to Washington, NC 3 day march, staid one week, paid and sent $40 home, transferring to Plymouth, those who did not take the Oath of Allegiance had to go outside our lines, many crying and April 10, 64  had the ague but getting better, about life in Plymouth, and reenlistment bonuses and furlough due. 

MANGEL, Joseph:  Pvt.; Co. E; m: Dec. 7, 61.  July 2, 62 NY Tribune:  at  Wash., DC Eckington Hsp. on    June 27.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.   Charleston  20 days   Florence    Salisbury  Richmond  Feb. 22, 65. 1864 Florence Hsp.: POW.  Fall 1864 Florence: Sanitary Comm. issued drawers.  Feb. 24, 65 Aiken’s Landing: paroled.  Feb. 26 - March 6, 65 Annapolis Div. #1 Hsp.: patient, scurvy.   May 26, 65 discharged. April 19, 77 pension #234366/154482.  Aug. 20, 96 Butler reunion;  res.: Glade Mills.  Nov. 7, 10 died.  Nov. 21, 10 widow Susannah pension #952797/726558.  PRESIDENTS, SOLDIERS, STATESMAN: Born in Allegheny county,. Pa.,. July 4,.1837,.a son of  Nicholas and Virginia.(Varnia’) the former living, the  latter  deceased. He enlisted when. 21 years of age at Kittanning,. Pa,. Dec. 7, 1861 for 3 years service, as. A private, in. Co. E  103 Regt. Infantry and  took part in the. Battles of Yorktown,. Williamsburg, Fair Oaks, Chickahominy,  White Oak Swamp, Bottoms Bridge, Long Bridge, Jones Ferry and many others. He was captured April 20, 1864,. at Plymouth,. N. C., by old Gen. Hoke, and taken to Andersonville and remained there until Sept. 10, 1864, then held under fire at Charlestown, S. C., for twenty days, thence to Florence, S. C., and finally to Richmond and paroled in February, 1865, and sent to Annapolis, Md., where he was in hospital for three or four days from scurvy and starvation; while there was furloughed thirty days while on parole, extended thirty days and again extended for thirty days, rejoining his command at Roanoke Isle in spring of 1865. He was finally discharged in May 1865, at Newbern, N. C. He was married in Butler county, Pa., Aug. 25, 1865, to Susannah Runyon, born in Erie county, Pa., June 25, 1843, a daughter of Henry Runyon, deceased, and Lillie (Crooks), living. They have had issue: Margaret L., Agnes V., Sam­uel J., Win. Charles, deceased, and Harvey F. Three brothers of Mrs. Mangel were in the service: Samuel served in a Missouri regiment four years, and was killed in front of Petersbug; James W., of the old 13th Pa. from ‘61-to ‘62, was killed in latter year in the Seven Days fight; John served from Michigan three years, now of N. M. Com­rade Mangel is a member of Encampment No. 45, U. V. L., draws $12 pension, a farmer, and his addres is Glade Mills, Pa

MANNON (MARTIN), John (MARTAIN, James):  Pvt.; age 18; Co. H; m: Feb. 22, 62.  Feb. 22, 62 Clarion; deserted.

MANSFIELD, George:  Pvt.; Co. I.  Feb. 19, 96 pension #988583/rejected - applied stating m: Fall 1862 - Jan. 63 at Camp Orr; discharged after injuring legs; Pension O:  no record military or hospital; appeal based on affidavit by persons who were there or could give info. unable to do so. 

MAPES (MAPIS), Joseph C.:  1st. Sgt.; Co. K; m: Oct. 28, 61.  Dec. 14, 62 Battle of Kinston:  WIA.  Dec. 20, 62 New Bern Stanley Gen. Hsp.: GSW lower third thigh received Battle of Kinston.   Medical and Surg. History Vol. II Part 3 pp 14 1876:  of the four cases of Injury of the popliteal artery, a fatal instates and one that eventually resulted in fatal aneurysm are selected for illustration  CASE 22. Private J. C. Mapes, Co. K, 103d Pennsylvania, aged 22 years, was wounded in the left leg at Kinston, December 14, 62, and entered the Stanley Hospital, New Bern, six days afterwards. Acting Assistant Surgeon J. B. Uphant reported: ‘‘A minnie ball entered three inches above this knee joint, on the inside, over the track of fernoral artery, and passing downward and backward emerged in the popliteal space near the insertion of the biceps, lacerating in its course, the popliteal artery. His condition at the time of his admission was of great mental and bodily depression. He was treated by stimulants, warm applications, and generous diet. Three days afterwards, secondary hemorrhage coming on, attempt was made to ligate the femoral artery by dilating the wound, which failed. Amputation was not resorted to on account of the condition of the patient, gangrene came on rapidly and patient died Dec. 29, 62; post mortem revealed the injury to artery extended for a considerable distance.  New Bern Nat. Cem. #1148 buried.  Feb. 5, 76 mother Margaret pension #224608/181805 Pa.  March 2, 88 father Joseph Sr. pension #368576/blank Ohio.

MARSH, Adam H.:  Pvt.; Co. F; m: Dec. 7, 61.  Feb. 24, 62 Pittsburgh:  killed by fall from train enroute to Harrisburg.  Oct. 2, 62 widow Susannah pension #3509/2182.  Nov. 30, 66 minor pension  #138050/146183.

MARSHALL, David M.:  Asst. Surgeon; Staff; m: Aug. 6, 62.  Jan. 28, 63 promoted  Surgeon; 167th. Pa. Inf. Regt.   Aug. 12, 63 discharged.  July 3, 87 died.  Pittsburgh Homewood Cemetery Section 5 buried.

MARTIN, Isaac A.  Pvt.; Co. E; m: Dec. 7, 61.  Nov. 23, 62 Suffolk: died, fever.  Hampton Nat. Cem. #A3343: buried. 

MARTIN, James:  Pvt.; Co. E; m: Dec. 7, 61.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW   Anders.  Aug. 2, 64 Anders. Hsp. Aug. 8, 64 Anders.: died, dysentery.  Anders. Nat. Cem. #5068: buried.  Nov. 12, 66 mother Mary pension #137245/461987. 

MARTIN, James - Private, Co. H. Mustered in 22 Feb 62 at age 28. Deserted. 

MARTIN, John - Private, Co. H. Mustered in 22 Feb 62 at age 18. Deserted.

MARTIN, John:  Pvt.; age 44; Co. D; m: Sep. 25, 61.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Armstrong Co.  45  blue eyes  light hair  5’8”  farmer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Aug. 22, 64 Anders.: died, diarr. and sunstroke.  Anders. Nat. Cem. #6480: buried.  Jan. 26, 65 widow Margery pension #80633/130095 - P. Kerr, stated John died Anders.;  Dec. 18, 65 Surgeon General’s Office Washington, DC: died Aug. 22, 64 Andersonville from disease.

MARTIN, Samuel:  Capt.; Co. E; m: Dec. 7, 61.  May 30, 62 Battle of Fair Oaks:  carried from his tent on a stretcher while the battle was raging.  June 8, 62 White House, Va.: died in hsp., disease.  1863 Pa. Adj. Report:  rank from Oct. 10, 61 “resigned” July 8, 62.  Feb. 11, 63 widow Nancy pension #12522/4731.  1890 Census:  widow Nancy mustered  Dec. 10, 61 - blank, died at Fair Oaks; res.: Butler. 

MARTIN, William H.:  Sgt.; age 42; Co. E; m:  Dec. 7, 61.  March 28, 63 New Bern: discharge, Surg. Cert.-disease.  Apr. 29, 63 pension #20598/18888-residence formerly Butler, Pa. but now New Brighton..   Pvt.; Co. E, 78 Pa. Inf. Regt.; m: Feb. 18, 65. Aug. 5, 65 discharged.  1890 Census: m: Oct. 7, 61 - “March 3, 64” 103 Pa heart disease; Feb. 14, 65 - Sep. 28, 65 Sgt. Co. E 78 Pa; res.: Beaver Falls.  Apr. 30 - Aug. 24, 94 and Apr. 29, 96 - Apr. 22, 97 Hampton Nat. Soldier’s Home Southern Br:  #10668; m: Oct. 16, 61 “Butler town”  Pvt.  Co. E 103 Pa.- March 28, 63 New Bern disability heart and stomach  Feb. 14, 65 Allegheny City  Pvt.  Co. E  78 Pa.- Aug. 5, 65 Nashville, Tn. injury to right hand  born Allegheny Co.  61 years  5’10½”  hazel eyes  dark hair  reads & writes  Prot.  laborer  residence Baltimore, Md.  widower  notify daughter Elizabeth Miller, Beaver Falls  pension.  April 10, 13 National Tribune: died Soldier’s Home, near L. A., Ca.

MAUL, Alexander:  Pvt.; Co. G; m: Jan. 10, 62.  June 1, 62: absent, sick where not known.  Discharged:  March 28, 63 New Bern,  Surg. Cert. disease (mil.);  discharged unknown date or KIA Williamsburg (Regt.).   

MAXWELL, James M.:  Pvt.; Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61.  May 4 or 5, 62  Yorktown Camp Winfield Scott,  died, typhoid.  Yorktown Nat. Cem. buried, later moved to Harrisville Prairie Cem. (The James M. Maxwell buried in Prairie Cemetery is listed as Co. F, 134th PA. Needs research.)  Brother of Lieut. Colonel Maxwell. 

MAXWELL, Wilson C.:  Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61, age 22. Feb. 22, 62: Capt.  March 1, 62:  Lt. Col., Staff. July 9, 62 sick, patient Baltimore Union Protestant Infirmary.  Dec. 14, 62 Battle of  Kinston: commanded Regt. July-Aug. 63: detached service. 16 Sep. 63 Plymouth:prepared a Letter of Commendation for a 2d. NC  Union Regt. soldier. April 20, 64 Plymouth: POW. Nov. 1, 64 Charleston paroled, absent sick. Applied for leave of absence.  Nov. 18, 64 Pittsburgh Hospital: doctor -Wilson suffering with phthisis pulmonalia contracted June 1, 64 in prison, after a 20 day furlough he still would not be able to travel, prospect of recovery not good. Dec, 15, 64 discharged, disability. Jan. 27, 1880 mother Matilda pension #259194/214875-Wilson came home suffering from pneumonia; family doctor-he died Feb. 27, 65 from results of pulmonary consumption; supported the family before and after entering the service. Dec.14,12. Capt. Donaghy at Battle of Kinston: the Lieutenant Colonel, our regimental commander, was posted behind a large tree near where I was he smiled at me and affectionately patted the trunk of the tree as if to say it was a friend in need, and I nodded in assent. Battle of Plymouth: Capt Donagh-when the left flank collapsed, the CSA entered the town, the troops to the left of Fort Williams were ordered to unite in an effort to drive them (CSA) out (of the town),  I called my Company (F) from the protection of the rifle pits and bombproof andjoined the others in the street leading back into the town. Lieut. Col. Maxwell was in command of our battalion. That we might face the enemy, he ordered us to change front forward on the left company. I led my company to the position desired, which was along a drain which would serve as a line of rifle pits. The rebels were pouring on us a severe fire from buildings, and from behind any object that would conceal them; we saw but few of them, though the whizzing balls and the white smoke from their weapons told us of their presence, we were forced  back into Ft. Williams.  Photo

MAYBERRY (MABERRY), Albert G.:  Dec. 16, 61 Harrisville enrolled.  Pvt.; age 40; Co. I; m: Feb. 22, 62 Kittanning.  Discharged:  early 1862 (Regt.); no date can be given (mil.). 

MAYER (MOYER), Thomas:  Pvt.; age 18; Co. E; m: Dec. 7, 61.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Butler Co.  20  brown eyes and hair  5’8”  farmer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  June 9, 64 Anders.:  died, acute diarr.  Anders. Nat. Cem. #1747 buried.  

MAYHOOD (MAHOOD), John:  Pvt.; age 24; Co. F;  Enrolled  Oct. 30, 61; m: Jan. 10, 62.  Aug. 30, 62-May 63 Hampton, Camp Hamilton, VA. (Old Point Comfort): Provost Guard.  Jan. 1, 64 discharged, reenlisted.  Feb. 3, 64 Plymouth veteran-born Butler County  28  blue eyes  brown hair  6’1”  farmer  due $402.  March 64: Company cook.  POW Memo: captured Plymouth  paroled Dec. 13, 64 Charleston (paroled entry crossed out). Buried in (Mrs.) Potter’s field Charleston, SC “unofficial not able to be moved” published in Chronicle June 13, 67.  Book Mark 4598-C-1882: June 20, 82 War Dept.-died Dec. 14, 64 Charleston of chronic diarreha. (Remains from this field moved to Beaufort, SC National Cemetary-Cemetary, as  UNKNOWN. )

MAYNARD, John:  Pvt.; age 16; Co. G; m: Jan. 10, 62.  Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth  veteran - born Indiana Co.  18  grey eyes  fair hair  5’4”  laborer.  Jan. 26 (22), 64 NC Colerain Creek:  POW   Richmond  Feb. 5   Anders.  March 12.  March 27, 64 Anders.: died, pneumonia.  Anders. National Cem #183 buried.  (NOTE:  Roll of Honor lists 105 Pa.)

MAZE, Andrew J.:  Jan. 16, 62 Forrest Co. enrolled.   Cpl.; Co. H; m: Feb. 22, 62 Clarion Co.  Feb. 22, 62: to Cpl.  April 62 Yorktown:  sick. July 7, 62 Portsmouth R. I. Grove Hsp.  Aug. 17, 62 Phila. Hestonville Hsp.  March 24, 63 Phila. Haddington Hsp. sick since July 1. May 3, 64: to Vet. Res. Corp. (103 military file.) Cpl.; Co. F 11 VRC; m: May 8, 64 Cliff Burn Barracks - born Clarion Co.  age 38  brown eyes  black hair  5’10”  boat builder; m: Jan. 11, 62 103 Pa. enlisted Forrest Co. mustered Clarion Co.; reenlisted, no papers.  Sep. - Dec. 64 Blackstone Island, Md.  Nov. 14, 65 Concord, NH discharged. (11 VRC military file.)  Apr. 20, 66 pension  #106875/186375 -claimed summer 1862 near White Oak Swamp, VA typhoid and chr. diarr., to Yorktown Hsp. to “Providence Hsp.” then to Phila., lost his voice.  May 13, 07: res. Cooksburg, Forest Co. Oct. 20, 1909 widow Charlotte pension #929109/693052-Andrew died Oct. 9, 09. (NOTE: Comm. Gen. of Prisoners,  Regt. Hist., Atwater Report, Pa. Surg. Report: MAZE  Sep. 5, 64 died Anders. diarr., Grave #7925 )  Anders. Nat. Cem. Grave #7925 A. J. MAZE Corp’l  PA.; probably 2d. NC Union soldier from Plymouth Battle who took name in order to escape charge of treason and  execution by CSA.

MAZE, John H.:  Pvt.; Co. H; m: Feb. 22, 62.  May - June 62  Seven Days Battle: Harrison Landing - Ft. Monroe hsp. Sep. 1, 62 Chesapeake Hsp.  Apr. 12, 63: detailed  nurse.  Sep. 16, 63 (Aug. 21, 63): to 29 Co. 2 Bn VRC. Feb. 22, 65 discharged.  Sep. 29, 87 pension #624454/515727.  1890 Census:  m: Jan. 18, 62- Feb. 23, 65; res. Five Points, Mercer Co.  Nov. 1909 W. Middlesex, Mercer Co. died.  March 26, 1910 widow Nancy pension #938782/708861.

McANALLON (McANNALLEN, McANALLEN), Patrick:  Pvt.; Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61.  May 30, 62 Battle of  Fair Oaks:  WIA.  Died:  July 15, 62 Harrison’s Landing, typhoid (mil., pens.); July 15, 62 Harrison’s Landing , wounds (Regt.).  Jan. 2, 67 mother Margaret pension #141150/173630.

McANALLON (McANNALLEN, McANAILAN, McANALLEN), Joseph (James) Perry:  Pvt.; Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61.  Discharged:  March 18, 63 New Bern Surg. Cert. - injury received while on fatigue duty at fortification before Yorktown (mil.); March, 28, 63 (Regt.).  June 23, 80 pension #388797/270888. 1890 Census:  McAllen, J. P.  Dec. 16, 61 - March 18, 63; res.: Centreville, Crawford Co.  Nov. 25, 15 Spartanburg died.  Jan. 24, 16 widow R. Melissa pension # 1059387/806008. 

McANALLON (McANNALLEN, McANALLEN), John:  Cpl.; Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61.  Discharged:  Feb. 17, 63 New Bern Surg. Cert. - exposure during Battle of  Williamsburg (mil.);  Feb. 27, 63 (Regt.).  June 8, 80 pension #373314/242096.  1890 Census:  Dec. 17, 61 - Feb. 17, 63; res.: Evans City.  July 12, 95 widow Hannah pension #617651/426141. 

McANNICH. Henry W. (alias McANINCH, Wm. H.):  Sep. 25, 61 Troy, Jefferson Co. enrolled.  Pvt.; age 18; Co. D; m: Nov. 13, 61.  May 22 or 24, 62 Wash., DC.: discharged, Surg. Cert.,  typhoid.  Bugler; Co. A and C, 16  (161) Pa. Cav.; m: March 2, 64.  Aug. 11, 65 discharged.  Jan. 25, 88 pension #637363/XC2664753/497841 Ohio.  May 4, 90 died.  July 30, 90 widow Ruth pension #54275/295723 Ohio.

McBRIDE, Patrick:  Pvt.; Co. G; m: Jan. 10, 62.   Apr. 9 - May  1, 62 Newport News Gen. Hsp.  July 8, 62 NY Tribune: aboard  Str.  S.R. SPAULDING Harrison’s Landing - Ft. Monroe - NYC Bellevue Hsp.  July 7, 62 NYC Bellevue Hsp. (mil.)  Died:  July 7, 62 Bellevue Hsp. typhoid (mil.); July 8, 62 (Roll of Honor); “July 24, 63” (Regt.).  NY Long Island National Cypress Hill Cem. buried.  April 5, 79 mother Margaret Haguerty pension #243569/421875.

McBRIDE, Samuel F. :  Pvt.;  Co. I  12 Pa, Inf. m: Apr. 20, 61.  Aug. 5, 61 discharged.  Nov. 20, 61 enrolled.  Pvt.; age 19; Co. E; m: Dec. 7, 61.  Nov. 20, 62 discharged.   Hosp. Steward; U. S. Army; m: Nov. 21, 62 - born Butler  grey eyes  light hair  6’ 2”  printer.  July 14, 65 Frederick, Md.: discharged.   Sep. 4, 90 pension #1012286/671091.

McBRIDE, William:  Pvt.; Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61.  Feb. 22, 62: to Cpl.  June 23, 62: to Sgt.  July 15, 62 - Apr. 12, 63: recruiting.  Feb. 3, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Butler Co.  32  blues eyes  dark hair  6’1½”  laborer.  Apr. 17 - 20 Battle of Plymouth: shot through neck, side to side, carried some of his whiskers and part of the collar of his blouse into the wound, left on field, to hospital,  supposed to be mortally wounded, recovered.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth  POW  Anders.  Nov. 30, 64 Savannah paroled.   Dec. 4 - 17, 64 Annapolis Hsp. Div. #1: diarr.  June 21, 65 discharged. 1890 Census:  Dec. 16, 61 - June  21, 65 Anders.; res.: Butler Co. July 2, 91 pension #1034972/853244 - comrade stated Wm. arrived Anders. about the last  of  July 64; few days later his wound broke open and while dressing it he took out cloth and whisker hair. 1908 died.  (Note: wounded taken to hospital in Salisbury or Augusta, Ga. by flat boat, towed by the CSA Str. COTTON PLANT, and railroad.)

McCALL, Oliver:  1st Sgt.; age 26; Co. A; m: Sep. 7, 61.  June 16, 62 NY Tribune: aboard Str. FULTON Ft. Monroe - NYC hosp. fever.  July 15 - Sep. 1, 62: recruiting.  Dec. 14, 62 Battle of Kinston:  WIA forehead., slight.  Jan. 25, 63: commissioned 2d. Lt.  May 63 - April 64: Actg. Ord. Officer, Dist. Of Albemarle.  April 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders. (Church)  Columbia  Charleston   Raleigh   Richmond March 15, 65. Nov. 4, 64 Charleston escaped; captured.  Feb. 6, 65 NY Times: at Columbia. Exchanged: March 25, 65 Cox Wharf, Va. (mil.); April 20, 64 (Regt.).  March 30, 65 discharged.  1876 CSA R Stevenson  SOUTHERN SIDE OF ANDERS: at Camp Asylum, McCall; res.: Rimersburg.  July 18, 90 pension #834804/619308 Nebr. - June 30 - Aug. 31, 62 Rimersburg sick leave.  1893 Roster Nebraska Vet. -  Pa.: McCall res.: Red Cloud.  May 12, 96 died.  June 16, 96 widow Agnes E. pension # 635727/575764 Ne.

McCALL, Robert C.:  Cpl.; age 20; Co. A; m: Sep. 7, 61.  Aug. 15, 62 NY Tribune: aboard Str. CATAWBA Harr. Landg. - NYC.  Feb. 26, 63 Camp Convalescent, Va.: discharged, Surg. Cert., disease.  Sep. 27, 79 pension #312414/blank. Request for Federal Headstone:  died  July 7, 81; Clarion Co., Toby Township Independence M. E. Church Cem. buried.  Clarion Co. 

McCALL, Sylvester:  Pvt.; age 18; Co. A; m: Sep. 7, 61:  May 31, 62 Fair Oaks: WIA.  June 12, 62 NY Times:  WIA Fair Oaks, neck.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Clarion Co.  20  grey eyes  fair hair  5’10”  laborer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Florence.  Dec. 13, 64 Charleston paroled.  June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg:  discharged.  March 25, 80 pension #355277/226374 Pa. - WIA neck Fair Oaks, to Yorktown Hsp. then to New York hosp.  1893 Roster Nebraska Vets. - Pa.: res. Red Cloud.  April 16, 97 died.   May 15, 97 widow Margaret R. pension #654644/463934 Ne.

McCANDLESS, Josiah L. - Sergeant, Co. E. Born 20 Nov 1839, son of Nathan Fish McCandless. Enrolled 20 Nov 61 at Clay Twp, Butler Co., PA at age 22. Mustered in 7 Dec 61. Detailed 15 July - Sept 62 on recruiting duty. Sick at home while on recruiting duty.  Died 18 Sept 1862 of Disease in Butler Co., PA. Buried in Unionville Cemetery, Butler Co., PA. Headstone

McCANDLESS, Samuel B.:  Pvt.; age 20; Co. E; m: Dec. 7, 61 Cherry Twnship, Butler Co.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Butler Co.  22  black eyes  sandy hair  5’10”  farmer.  April 12, 64 Plymouth: C. Lepley stated he bought a watch from Samuel for $13.00 and sold it for $13.50 to  J. Bracken Co. E.   April 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Charleston   Florence.  Died: Sep. 28, 64 Charleston  (Regt.); between Apr. 20, 64 and March 2, 65 Florence  (mil.).  June 29, 88 mother Mary pension #375456/380826 - died Sep. 29, 64 in prison; family letters, almost unreadable. 

McCARRIER, John N.:  Pvt.; age 21; Co. E; m: Dec. 7, 61 Clay Twnshp., Butler Co.  Jan. 2, 64: to Sgt. Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW - Anders.  Charleston   Florence.  Fall 1864 Florence:  Sanitary Comm. issued drawers.  Dec. 14, 64 paroled. June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg:  discharged.  June 4, 79 pension #289808/XC2705785/219613. 1890 Census:  m: Nov. 20, 61 - 1865 WIA leg by shell; res.: Coulterville, Butler Co.  Oct. 15, 21 Queen Junction died.  Jan. 26, 22 widow Elizabeth pension #1184071/914572.

McCAY (McCOY), David:  Pastor, Callensburg Presb. Church.  Chaplain; Staff; m: Feb. 22, 62.  May 17, 62 discharged, Surg. Cert.   June 62 Lewistown: died,  typhoid. (Regt.).  Callensburg buried.  Dec. 11, 62 widow Sarah J. pension #8064/25131-David arrived  Mrs. Jane Bury (sister) on May 20, 62, died June 4, typhoid.  Aug. 19, 73 minor pension #210806/164772. 1864 Pa. Adjutant Gen. Report: rank as of  Oct. 22, 61.

McCAY, Joseph:  Pvt.; age 19; Co. B; m: Sep. 24, 61.  May 17, 62 West Point, Va.: sick.  Died: June 3, 62 Yorktown Nelson Gen. Hsp. typhoid (mil.); June 3, or 15 or 30, 62 (Regt.)  Yorktown Nat. Cem. #1338 buried  - 103 Pa. Inf.  June 3, 62.

McCAY, Matthew J.:  Pvt.; age 21; Co. E; m: Sep. 24, 61.  July - Aug. 62 hsp.:  sick.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Venango Co.  23  blue eyes  fair hair  5’9”  farmer.  April 20, 64 Plymouth POW - Anders.  June 17, 64 Anders. Hsp.: sick.  June 24, 64 Anders. Hsp.: died, chr. diarr., typhus, typhoid.  Anders. Nat. Cem. #2411 buried.  April 14, 84 mother Eliza A. pension #314673/246724.  3 December 64 Pittsburgh Dispatch: died Andersonville June 24.

McCLAIN (McLAIN), John:  Cpl.; age 22; Co. D; m: Sep. 25, 61.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Armstrong Co.  24  blue eyes  light hair  5’8”  farmer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW - Anders.  Charleston  Florence.  Feb. 26, 65 N.E. Ferry paroled.  March 12, 65 NY Times : aboard Str. GEN. LYON Wilmington - Annapolis arrived March 7.  June 3, 65 discharged.  Jan. 29, 80 pension #342999/889465 - gave statement re S. E. Hamilton who died at Florence.  1890 Census:  m: Jan. 1, 64 - June 3, 65 POW 11 mo.; res.: Lawsonham or Brinkerton.  Sep. 2, 13 New Bethlehem died.

McCLEARY, James K.:  Dec. 16, 61 Harrisville enrolled.  Pvt.; age 20; Co. I; m: Feb. 22, 62. June 2, 62: absent, sick.  Aug. 31, 62: present.  Dec. 14, 62 Battle of Kinston:  WIA.  March 7, 63 New Bern Stanley Hosp.: died, wounds, Death Cert.: res.: Centreville  21  single  born New Castle admitted  Stanley Hsp. Dec. 20 six days after wounding, in state of exhaustion and depression, abscesses formed about neck and several parts of  body, patient sank gradually until death from exhaustion and pyaemia; body sent north by friends. Aug. 1, 87 mother Mary A. pension #358730/blank. 

McCLEARY, Robert:  Oct. 12, 61 Brady’s Bend enrolled.  Pvt.; age 32; Co. B; m: Dec. 1, 61.  May 31, 62 Fair Oaks Battle:  MIA (mil.). June 12, 62 NY Times: listed MIA.  May 31, 62 Chickahominy POW - Richmond (?)  Salisbury June 31, 62.  July 17, 62 NY Times: listed as  a POW engagements near Richmond, held Salisbury.  Sep. 12, 62 Aikens Landing, Va.:  paroled.  Sep. 13, 62:  Camp Parole.  Sep. 24, 62:  Wash., DC.  Nov. 30 - Dec. 31, 62 Suffolk:  sick.  Discharged:  March 16, 63 New Bern, Surg. Cert., born Butler Co.  35  black hair  grey eyes  5’9”  laborer  chr. diarr.  May 31, 62 KIA or died of wounds. (Regt.). Aug. 7, 90 pension #853385/773434 Md. 

McCLUNG, Charles H.:  Nov. 20, 61 Butler enrolled.  Sgt.; 23; Co. E; m: Dec. 7, 61 Camp Orr.  Aug. 30 -Dec. 30, 62 Suffolk:  to Amb. Corp. Oct. 28, 62: to 1st Sgt.  Aug. 9, 63: to Pvt.  Sep. 9, 63: to 1st. Sgt. Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Butler Co.  25  brown eyes and hair  5’ 9½”   farmer.  April 20, 64 Plymouth POW - Anders.  Charleston   Florence.  Oct. 15 or 16, 64 Florence died.  Florence Nat. Cem.: buried UNKNOWN.  

McCLUNG, John:  Pvt.; Co. K; m: Feb. 1, 62.  KIA:  Battle Fair Oaks (mil.); Kinston (Regt.).  June 4, 62 NY Times: sent to White House, Va. by RR, died.  June 12, 62 NY Times: KIA.

McCLURE, Thomas Harvey:  Pvt.; age 27; Co. B; m: Sep. 24, 61.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth - born Armstrong Co.  29  black eyes and hair  5’8”  laborer. April 20, 64 Plymouth POW-Anders.  Florence   Salisbury   Richmond  (Feb. 22, 65).  Fall 1864 Florence:  Sanitary Comm. issued drawers. Feb. 24, 65 Aikens Landing paroled. March 15, 65 Camp Parole Hsp.:  died,  typhoid, age 30, no effects, married, widow Mrs. E. I McClure.  Annapolis Nat. Cem. #N15 buried. Aug. 9, 65 widow Eliza pension  #105043/died. June 14, 67 minors Calvin, Hugh  and William (died young) pension #148613/183850.

McCLURE, Thomas H.:  Pvt.; age 17; Co. B; m: Sep. 24, 61.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Armstrong Co.  19  blue eyes  brown hair  5’9”  laborer. Dec. 18, 63 Plymouth: court martial-charge  Oct. 7, 63 refused orders by  1st Sgt. to report to Sgt. Major aboard Str. MASSASOIT, left and refused to return to the ship; stated he had just returned from picket duty, was tired, sick and improperly detailed; guilty; 3 mo. hard labor on fortifications, confined Ft. Williams at night, 10 days each month fed bread and water  (RG153/00103).   April 20, 64 Plymouth POW - Anders.  Nov. 30, 64 Savannah paroled.  Died:  Dec. 5, 64 Annapolis Hosp. #1 chr. diarr. (mil.); Dec. 5 or Dec. 22, 64 on Transport Str BALTIC enroute Annapolis (Regt.).  Dec. 6, 64 Annapolis Nat. Cem. #K841 buried. 

McCLUSKEY, William C.:  Dec. 1, 61 Indiana Co. enrolled.  Pvt.; age 23; Co. G; m: Feb. 22, 62 Camp Orr (mil.); Jan. 10, 62 (Regt.).  Feb. 3, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Indiana Co.  25  grey eyes  dark hair  5’4½”  laborer  due $402 .  April 20, 64 Plymouth POW - Anders.  Charleston.  Died:  Oct. 64 Charleston enroute to Florence (Regt.); Sep. 16, 64 Charleston scurvy while POW (mil.); died Florence or on the way from Anders. (Ind. Hist.).  Buried: Charleston, remains moved to Beaufort Nat. Cem. buried as UNKNOWN.   Dec. 31, 64: MIA (mil.).  July 10, 65 widow Rebecca M. pension #101229/94397 - Pvt. Bell stated last saw him Sep. 13, 64 at Charleston, in dying condition and could not possibly live more than 2 or 3 days,  he was told by others that Wm. died and had helped carry him to dead house.  July 24, 69 minor pension #177885/143650. 

McCONKEY (McCROSKEY), James:  Pvt.; Co. C; m: Sep. 16, 61.  Sep. 16, 64 discharged Roanoke Island, NC.

McCOOL, John Wesley:  Pvt.; age 21; Co. B; m: Sep. 24, 61. May 3, 63: discharged (Regt.). May 8, 63 Ft. Monroe: discharged, Surg. Cert., injured July 62 while erecting breastworks at Harr. Landg. (mil.).   Pvt; Co. E, 188 Pa. Inf.; m: Feb. 27, 64.  Pvt.; Co. A 3 Pa. Heavy Art.; m: March 4, 64.  Jan. 7, 65 discharged.  July 18, 67 pension #127384/118919 Pa.  1908 died.  June 8, 08 widow Margaret J. pension #897365/666096 Okla..

McCOY, Andrew J.:  Cpl; Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61.  Aug. 63 Plymouth: Provost Guard.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran -born Mercer Co.  30  dark hair and eyes  6’1½”  laborer.  April 20, 64 Plymouth  POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence.  Fall 1864 Florence:  Sanitary Comm. issued pants, drawers, shirt, blouse, socks and blanket. Feb. 65 Florence: contracted typhoid fever, comrades carried to RR but too weak to board, CSA guard stopped comrades from helping him, lying by the tracks became unconscious, regain conscious in David’s Island Hosp. June 65.  Paroled: March 1, 65 Wilmington (mil.); Dec. 65 (Regt.).  June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out. (Regt.). June 24, 65 NY David’s Island DeCamp Gen. Hosp. discharged,  Surg. Cert. - loss toes exposure.  Sep. 14, 65 pension #88928/52721 -claimed scurvy contracted  Florence.  1890 Census:  m: Nov. 16, 61- June 24, 65 toes froze off in prison; res.: Harrisville, Butler Co.  Aug. 20, 96 Butler: reunion; res: Harrisville.  Sep. 16, 1900 died. .  Oct. 30. 1900 widow Elizabeth pension #729422/541315. 

McCOY, Calvin:  Dec. 16, 61 Harrisville enrolled.  Pvt.; age 24; Co. I; m: Feb. 22, 62 Kittanning.   Dec. 14, 62 Battle of Kinston:  WIA.  Died:  Dec. 16, 62 (no location) wounds; Capt. Fielding certified KIA Kinston. 

McCOY, David:  Cpl.; Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61.  June 16, 62:  left company for Bottom Bridge Hosp. May 30, 62 seriously ill, malaria.  June 22, 62 Bottoms Bridge Hosp.: discharged, Surg. Cert. malaria fever. May 22, 80 pension #367914/271245.  1890 Census:  m: Dec. 61 - June 62 chr. diarr. disabled discharged; res.: Callery.   Jan. 20, 10 died.  Feb. 3, 10 widow  Margaret J. pension #935232/700002. 

McCOY, Jackson:  Sgt.; age 25; Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61.  June 30 (23), 62 White Oak Swamp:  to 1st. Sgt.  Dec. 14, 62 Battle of Kinston:  WIA.  July 10, 63:  2d Lt., not commissioned, listed as 2d Lt. by Pa. Adj. Gen.  Feb. 3, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Mercer Co.  25  blue eyes  fair hair  6’2½”  laborer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth  POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence.  Fall 64 Florence:  San. Comm. issued shirts, drawers, socks. POW-section leader, fine physique over 6 feet.   Dec. 22, 64 Charleston paroled  June 25, 65 discharged.   Aug. 20, 96 Butler: reunion; res.: Grove City.  1890 Census: m: Dec. 16, 61 - June 26, 65 2d Lt. Co. I  POW  Anders. 9 mo.; res.: Grove City.  Aug. 6, 90 pension #845458/927325.  1905 Anders. Mon. Ded.: res.: RFD 60 Slippery Rock, applied, did not attend.  Sep. 16, 09 Foxburg: reunion; res: Slippery Rock.  Oct. 10, 10 died.  Oct. 19, 10 widow Isabella pension #950950/712927.

McCOY, James:  Pvt.; age “44"; Co. F; m: Dec. 7, 61.  May 27, 62 (camp near) Williamsburg hosp.: dysen. July 19, 62 NY Tribune:  at Baltimore, West Balt. St. Stewarts Hosp., typhoid.  Aug. 1, 62 Balt. Stewarts (Mansion)  Hosp.: discharged, Surg. Cert. - born Montgomery Co.  “50”   blue eyes   light hair  5’7” laborer  blind  one eye.   July 3, 63 pension #27904/137936. - June 20, 62 Stewarts Hosp.; Aug. 14, 62 discharged.  Request for Federal Headstone:  died Nov. 29, 79; Athens Cem. buried. 

McCOY, John L.  Pvt.; age 21; Co. A; m:  March 8, 64.  May 16, 64 Roanoke Island: arrived Regt. without enlistment papers. June 7 or 8, 64 New Bern Foster US Gen. Hosp.: died, typhoid.  New Bern Nat. Cem. #1109 buried. 

MCCOY, Samuel:  Cpl.; age 22; Co. H; m: March 23, 62.  Feb. 27, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Blair Co.  24  brown eyes  black hair  5’3½”  teamster.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  (?)Charleston  Florence  Salisbury  Richmond Feb. 22, 65.  Fall 1864 Florence:  San. Comm. issued drawers.  Feb. 24, 65 Aikens Landg. paroled.  June 5, 65 discharged.  June 24, 79 pension #385261/XC3814994/267616  (at VA)  July 22, 82:  gave affidavit for Cpl. Reardon-stating in Nov. 64 he and 3 other POWs,  escaped from Florence, captured, guards used dogs.  1890 Census:  m: Feb. 26, 62 - June 5, 65 POW  9 mo. 7 days rheum., hemorrhoids; res.: Shippenville.  1905 Anders. Ded. Mon.: res. Shippenville.  Aug. 20, 06 Butler: reunion; res.: Shippenville.   Sep. 16, 09 Foxburg: reunion; res. Shippenville.  July 03, 28 Shippenville: died.  Shippenville Pleasant Hill Cem. buried. Regt Hist.: page 45 photo.

McCOY, Thomas J.:  Pvt.;  Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61.  May 31, 62 Battle of Fair Oaks: WIA, 6 weeks hosp.  June 12, 62 NY Times: Battle of Fair Oaks WIA left leg.  Feb. 3, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Mercer Co.  29  blue eyes  fair hair  5’8”  laborer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW - Anders.  Charleston  Florence  Salisbury  Richmond Feb. 22, 65.  Fall 1864 Florence:  San. Comm.  issued shirt and drawers.  Feb. 24, 65 Aikens Landg. paroled.  June 25, 65 discharged.  Jan. 16, 80 pension #379574/XC2672434/247325.  1890 Census:  m: Dec. 16, 6 1 -(blank)   Co. I; res.: Grove City.  (no entry mil. re Cpl.)  Jan. 27, 02 Grove City died.  Feb. 19, 02 widow Angeline pension #577128/533644. 

McCROSKEY, James:  Pvt.; age 34; Co. C; m: Sep. 16, 61.  Sep. 16, 64 discharged. 

McCRUM, Andrew:  Dec. 1, 61 Indiana Co. enrolled.  Pvt.; Co. G; m: Feb. 22, 62 Kittanning.  April 62:  absent, sick, Wash. DC.  July 10, 62 Wash. Eckington USA Gen. Hosp.:  discharged Surg. Cert., disease.  (NOTE: not listed 103 PA Hist,; no pension; mil. file only. )

McCRUM (MACRUM, MACUM), William C.:  Dec. 5, 61 enrolled.  1st Lt. (Regt.); Quartermaster (mil.); Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61 (Regt.); Feb. 22, 62 Camp Orr (mil.).  Apr. 11 (10), 62 resigned (Regt.); records lost no date can be given (mil.).  Appointed 1st Lt . from civilian life; protégé  of Col. Lehman, originally from Pittsb.; regarded as an interloper by men caused difference with Col., Gov. Curtin approved appointment. 

McCULLOUGH, Andrew:  Dec. 1, 61 Kittanning enrolled.  Pvt.;  Co. G; m: Feb. 22, 62 Kittanning (mil.); Jan. 10, 62 (Regt.).  March - June 62: absent, sick hosp. Wash.  July 10 (11), 62 Wash. Eckington Hsp.: discharged, Surg. Cert. -  born Indiana Co.  23  grey eyes  dark hair  5’10”  laborer  unknown disease.  July 13, 63 Camp Copeland, Co. A Permanent Garrison:  drafted from Greensburg 21 Dist., Hosp. Attendant.  May - June 64:  Camp Reynolds, Pa.  Sep.- Oct. 64  Pittsburgh Draft Rendezvous Hosp.: sick.  Oct. 27, 81 pension #432120/886077.  1931 died.  Indiana Co.  Oakland Cem. Plot #226 buried 1824 - 1931.    (Also on  Pension Catalogue Card: unassigned 101 Pa. Inf. Co. A Drafted Men substitute Pa. Vol.)

McCULLOUGH, William:  Dec. 1, 61 Indiana enrolled.  Pvt.; age 19; Co. G; m: Feb. 27, 62 Kittanning  (mil.); Jan. 10, 62 (Regt.).  March 1862 Wash., DC hosp.: sick.  May 30, 62 Wash. Eckington USA Gen. Hosp. :discharged , Surg. Cert. 

McCURDY, John Wm.:  Pvt.; age 18; Co. K; m: Oct. 28, 61.  Dec. 31, 62 Suffolk: sick.  Feb. 27, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Kittanning  20  blue eyes  dark brown hair  5’8”  laborer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Dec. 16, 64 Savannah paroled.  Dec. 19, 64 Annapolis Div. #1 Hosp.  Feb. 1- March 3, 65 Annapolis Gen. Hosp.: after furlough, diarr, scorbutus, .  June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg:  discharged.  1890 Census:  m.: Oct. 28, 61 - June 25, 65  three GSW wounds; res.: Allegheny Co.  April 5, 95 pension #1165709/1055434.  Aug. 20, 96 Butler: reunion; res.: Carnegie, Pa.  March 29, 02 Glendale, Allegheny Co.: died, age 55; suddenly in bed.  Allegheny Co. Chartiers Cem. buried.  April 09, 02 widow Maggie J. pension #760498/548322. 

McDONALD, Elijah H.:  Pvt.; age 30; Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61 Harrisville.  May 31, 62 Battle of Fair Oaks: KIA.  Joseph Goldlinger  letter, to his family,  Homer McDonnel and Samuel Silvis was both killed in that battle (Fair Oaks).

McDOWELL, Mathew B.:  Capt.; Co. F; m: Dec. 7, 61. recruited Company F in the fall and early winter of 1861, from the counties of Allegheny and Clarion, found the same difficulty that the other recruiting officers of the One Hundred and Third did. However, on the 7th of December 1861, the company was mustered into the United States service with an enrollment of 107 men, many of whom were transferred from Company A.  May 31, 62 Battle of 7 Pines/Fair Oaks: color guard being  killed or wounded, brought the colors off the field.   June 21, 62: resigned, illness Battle of  7 Pines.  1863 Pa. Adj. Gen.:  rank from Sep. 10, 61. Dec. 20, 68 Walnut Grove, Mo.: died, consumption.  March 16, 76 widow Jane H. pension  #225196/178514 - Battle of Fair Oaks contracted diarr.

McELFRESH, William:  Pvt.; age 17; Co. C; m: Sep. 16, 61.  July 10, 62 NY Tribune: aboard Str. KNICKERBOCKER arrived Ft. Monroe July 5, bound north; fever. July 14, 62 NY Times: aboard Str. EMPIRE STATE Peninsula.- NYC Long Island Hosp., fever; res. Armstrong Co.  Nov. 1, 63 to Cpl.  Feb. 24, 64 Roanoke Island veteran - born Armstrong Co.  19  brown eyes  dark hair  6’0”  soldier.  March 1, 65 to Sgt.  June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg: discharged.  1890 Census:  m: Sep. 6, 61 - June 25, 65, lost hearing left ear; res.: Manor, Westmoreland Co.  April 6, 92 pension #1104213/884046.  April 7, 26 Manor died.

McELHANY (McELHINEY), John S.:  Cpl.; age 27; Co. B; m: Sep. 24, 61.  March 15, 64 Plymouth: court-martial-charge conduct  prejudice of good order and military discipline, on Dec. 27, 63 struck Allen Winmen (colored) with brick bat or other missile, inflicting a considerable wound on the arm; plead guilty; fine $10.00 (RG153#LL1784).  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW   Anders.  Salisbury  Richmond Feb. 22, 65  Feb. 24, 65 Aiken’s Landing paroled.  Feb. 28 - March 28, 65 Camp Parole Hosp.: febris typhoid; to Camp Parole for duty.  April 24, 65 Pittsburgh discharged.   Sep. 15, 90 pension #915568/XC2702857/715806 Mo.   Feb. 1, 94 Mexican Mission, Mo.: Death Cert. -  died Jan. 31, 94, blood poison from broken abscess, sick six months, broken down by military service in malarial areas.  Feb. 10, 94 widow Laura M. pension #590059/399624 Mo.  Nov. 30, 20 minor “helpless child” pension #1166551/895603 Mo.

McELHANY, William M.:  Oct. 30, 61 Rimersburg enrolled.  Pvt.; age 25; Co. F; m: Dec. 7, 61 Camp Orr.  Dec. 17, 61: to Sgt.  June 12, 62 NY Times:  Pen. Campaign, WIA, side.  Dec. 14, 62 Battle of  Kinston : KIA (Cas. Sheet). Capt. Donaghy, Battle of Kinston, we were ordered to charge and when we reformed our ranks I went to the right of the company, where Sgt. M’Ellhany lay mortally wounded. I took his hand, then left him to continue fighting, saw him no more. 

McELHATTEN (McILHATTEN), John:  Pvt.; Co. H; m: Feb. 22, 62.  May  1862 White House Landg. Hosp. July 6, 62 NY Times: aboard  Str. KENNEBEC on June 28 White House Landg. - Portsmouth Hosp., also listed  aboard  Str. STATE OF MAINE White House - Ft. Monroe.  June 28 - July 21, 62 Phila. Hosp., Broad & Cherry St.: sick.  July 21, 62 - Jan. 6, 63 Phila.: duty Provost Guard.  Jan. 6 - March 14, 63 Phila. Hosp.  March 28, 63 Phila.: discharged, Surg. Cert.  June 26, 80 pension #388841/260689.  July 28, 87 National Tribune: described duty, and other soldiers, with Prov. Guard, Phila.; res. Shippenville.  1890 Census:  m: Feb. 26, 62 - March 28, 63; res.: Shippenville.  1908 died.  Shippenville Lutheran Cem. buried. - (no dates ).  April 25, 08 widow Emma pension #890743/667396.

McELPHATRICK, David (DAVIDSON):  Pvt.; Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61.  (No dates) Malvern Hill: sick, left with rear guard.  Nov. 4, 62 Gov. Island:  discharged, Surg. Cert. - born Venango Co.  age 28   blue eyes  light hair  5’11”  yeoman.  Feb. 5, 80 pension #343027/256198 - Harr. Landg. Regt. Hosp., Ft. Monroe Hosp., March 6 - Nov. 4, 62 NY Governor’s Island  Ft Columbus Hosp.   1890 Census:  m: Dec. 16, 61 - Nov. 4, 62 discharged, sickness; res.: Coal City, Venango Co.  Sep. 7, 07 Franklin died.  March 17, 26 widow Margaret L.  pension #1098898/860341. 

McELPHATRICK (McELPATRICK), Robert M.:  Pvt.;  Co. I;  m: Dec. 16, 61.  July 10, 62 NY Tribune: aboard Str. KNICKERBOCKER  July 5 Ft. Monroe, bound north.  Feb. 3, 64 Plymouth veteran  - born Venango Co.  20  blue eyes  dark hair  5’8”  laborer.  April 20, 64 Plymouth POW    Anders.    Charleston  Florence.  Fall 1864 Florence Stockade: Sanitary Comm. issued blanket.  Dec. 1864 Charleston paroled.  June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg: discharged.   1890 (circa.):  killed by a fall from an oil derrick (Regt.). Request for Federal Headstone: died  Oct. 30, 86, Venango Pleasant View Cem. buried.  July 19, 90 widow Nancy pension #456370/295565 New York. 

McELROY, Hugh - Private, Co. E. Enlisted from Bradys Bend, Armstrong Co., PA. Mustered in 7 Dec 61 at age 40. Missing in Action 29 June 62 after the Seven Days Battle before Richmond. Admitted 62 to the Savage Station Hospital, VA with a chest wound. Married Mary Harmon.

McFARLAND, John - Private, Co. K. Mustered in 5 Jan 62. Minor. Taken 24 Feb 62 from the ranks by his father at Pittsburgh.

McGARRAH, Robert W. - Corporal, Co. F. Born about 1837 in Clarion Co., PA, son of John & Elizabeth Hartford (Smith) McGarrah. Married 27 Nov 1860 to Mary Barger. Enrolled 20 Oct 61 from Toby Twp, Clarion Co., PA. Light hair, 5’5” & Farmer. Mustered in 7 Dec 61. Detailed 4 July - 3 Dec 63 as Wagon Master. Re-enlisted 1 Jan 64 at Plymouth, NC. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Prisoner at Andersonville, GA. Possibly transferred to Savannah, Millen, Blackshear & Thomasville, GA before being returned to Andersonville. He may have never left Andersonville. Further research needed. Died 21 March 1865 of Chronic Diarrhea at Andersonville, GA. Grave 12806. Widow Mary applied 17 May 1869 for pension #175288/132929. Child Martha "Mattie" born after Robert left. Also listed as McGARAH, McGARRETT, & McGARRACK.

McGEARY (McGARY), William:  1838 - 1848 Detroit and Ft. Schnelling, Mn.:  Regular Army;  Seminole War.  Pvt.; age 40; Co. G; m: Jan. 10, 62.  Aug. 10, 62 - Feb. 63 Yorktown:  blacksmith.  May- July 63: Col’s. orderly.  Sep. 63: hostler.  Jan. 2, 64: to Cpl.  Feb. 3, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Armstrong Co.  42  grey eyes  fair hair  5’8”  laborer.  April 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.   Charleston   Florence.  1864 Florence Stockade Hosp.: sick.  Fall 1864 Florence Stockade : Sanitary Comm. issued drawers. Dec. 7, 64 Charleston paroled.  June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg: discharged.  June 12, 80 pension  #373420/320936.  1890 Census:  Cpl.; Co. G;  Dec. 61 - July 15, 65 taken prisoner Plymouth; res.: Tarentum.  May 10, 04 Butler Co., Great Belt: died.  May 12, 04 Tarentum Prospect Cem. buried.  Jan. 24, 05 widow Margaret R. pension #820457/603355.

McGHEE (McGEE, MAGEO), James:  Pvt.; Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61.  April 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  July 28, 64 Anders.: died, anasarca.  Anders. National Cem.  #4123 buried.  July 31, 65 mother Ellen pension #103977/78399. 

McGILL (MAGILL, McNEIL) Helm J.:  Pvt.; Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61.  Sep. 63 Morehead City Hosp.: sick. Oct. 1863 Beaufort Hosp.: sick.  Dec. 63 - March 64 Beaufort Hammond Gen. Hosp.: sick.  June 64 Newark, NJ Gen. Hosp.: sick.  Aug. 11, 64 Newark Gen. Hosp.: discharged, Surg. Cert.  June 26, 80 pension #388857/245956.  1890 Census: m: Dec. 16, 61 - Aug. 11, 64 chr. rheum.; res.: Kennerdell.   Aug. 20, 96 Butler reunion; res.: Kennerdell.  Sep. 20, 06 Butler reunion.  Sep. 16, 09 Foxburg reunion.  May 9, 1922 Bullion, Venango Co., died.  Jan. 18, 23 National Tribune: member,  Wm. B. Mays Post  Franklin died. May 22, 22 widow Edna D. pension #1189518/929199.  Atwater lists him as dying Anders. Sep. 11, 64 scurvy buried  #8469.  April 9, 03 Roll of Com. Gen. of Prisoners: died Anders. erroneous.   (NOTE: 2d. NC Union POWs took 103 Pa. names at Battle of Plymouth, to prevent execution by CSA for treason.) 

McGREGOR, Joseph:  Pvt.; Co. F; m: Dec. 7, 61.  May 1862 Yorktown hosp.: sick.  July 2, 62 NY Tribune:  listed patient Wash., DC Carver Hosp.  June 17, 62 Wash.: discharged, Surg. Cert., disease.  Request for Federal Headstone: died Nov. 20, 64, New Bethlem Cem. buried..  Jan. 4, 78 minor pension #234829/211811.  Dec. 19, 79 widow Matilda pension #256447/211810.  1890 Census:  Matilda Moore widow J. McGregor Pvt. 103 Pa. (no dates); res.: Oakland, Armstrong Co.

McGUIRE, Joseph:  Pvt.; age 16; Co. C; m: Sep. 16, 61.  Dec. 24, 61 Camp Orr deserted.

Mc GUIRK (McGIRK), John:  Pvt.; Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence.  Dec. 10, 64 Charleston paroled.  April 13, 65 discharged.  May 26, 79 pension #288339/326250. Jan. 11, 87 Butler Co. died (pens. card Butler Co., Iowa).   March 4, 87 widow Mary pension #351231/235116. 1890 Census: Mary widow (no dates); res.: P.O. Harrisville.

McINTIRE (McINTYRE), Joseph:  Pvt.; age 30; Co. C; m: Feb. 1, 62.  Died:  Aug. 20, 62 aboard hosp. ship on James River, Va. chr. diarr., single, age 32 (mil.); Aug. 24, 62 Phila. (Regt.; Roll of Honor).  Aug. 26, 62 Phila. Glenwood Cem. #92 buried; Civil War remains moved Phila. Nat. Cem. Section B#342.

McINTYRE, Franklin:  Pvt.; Co. K; drafted Jan. 31, 64.  April 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Charleston Florence.  Died:  Dec. 31, 64 Florence  scurvy (comrades);  blank (Regt.); no further info. after Plymouth (mil.).  Florence Nat. Cem. buried as UNKNOWN.  April 29, 65 mother Mary pension #91504/113718.

McKAIN, James:  Pvt.;  Co. D, 23 Pa. Inf. Regt.; m: Apr. 11, 61.  July 31, 61 discharged    Sgt.; age 22; Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61, drillmaster.  May 1862 New Kent Court House, Va.: after dark fell on something while going on picket, laid all night; sent to rear in ambulance.  June 20, 62 Baltimore Stewarts Mansion Hosp.  July 6, 62 Baltimore Ft. McHenry Convalescent  Camp.  Sep. 15, 62 Ft. McHenry discharged, Surg. Cert.: disease.  March 8, 82 pension #442318/583078.  Aug. 13, 1895 or 1898 Wash., Pa. died (entry almost illegible). 

McKEE, Cyrus K.:  Sgt.; age 23; Co. B; m: Sep. 24, 61.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Armstrong Co.  25  grey eyes  brown hair  6’1”  farmer.  April 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence.  Nov. 22, 64 Cpl. Gibson diary:  Nov. 22 C. K. McKee arrived Florence prison hosp.  Dec. 2, 64 Rickersville,  SC CSA Hosp.  Dec. 7, 64 Rickersville (now suburb of Charleston): died, scurvy.  Dec. 22, 64 NY Times:  died, chr. diarr.  Beaufort Nat. Cem.: listed on C. W. monument, dead from Charleston, buried as UNKNOWN.  Feb. 15, 65 widow Elvira pension #83032/83166 - RQM Mellor (m: 1862-1865 103  Ill. Regt., POW) stated McKee arrived Rickersville Dec. 2. suffering from scorbutic diarr.; died Dec. 7, took him to the dead house; dau. Estella born Feb. 19, 61. 1890 Census:  Elvira widow m: Sep. 20, 61-Dec. 7, 64 Anders. disease of rectum; res.: Foster Mills, Armstrong Co.

McKEE, George W. (Wm. G.):  Pvt.; age 19; Co. C; m: Sep. 16, 61.  Sep. 16, 64 discharged.  March 10, 83 pension #475413/341044 Ohio.  May 6, 86 Nat. Tribune:  discusses Army of Potomac vs. armies in Western Theater.  Oct. 11, 88 Nat. Tribune:  Vice Pres. 101-103 Regt. Assoc., attended reunion (no location).  Aug. 96 Butler: reunion; res.: St. Clair, Ohio.  June 20, 1900 Beaver Falls:  reunion, Pres. Assoc. McKee; res.: St. Clair.  Request for Federal Headstone:  Jan. 14, 26 Shelby, Ohio died;  East Liverpool, Ohio Riverview Cem. buried.

McKEE, Thomas J.:  Pvt.; age 21; Co. C; m: Sep. 16, 61.  May 31, 62 Battle of Fair Oaks/7 Pines:  picket, fired first shot by Regt.  Dec. 16, 62 Battle of Kinston: WIA, ball struck breastplate then into left arm midway elbow/shoulder, carried across swamp to ambulance; ball extracted.   Dec. 20, 62 - Jan. 13, 63 New Bern Foster Hosp.  March  16, 63 New Bern:  court martial charge-AWOL arrived late from furlough, stated that he left home early but train wreck near Harrisburg caused him to miss his connection at Norfolk, other 103d PA men there also; not guilty (RG153KK875 almost illeg.).   Nov. (April) 01, 63: to Cpl.  Sep. 16, 64 discharged.  Dec. 12, 76 pension #228618/218097. Sep. 27, 84 Nat. Tribune:  Grove City,  Assoc. Secretary 101-103 Regt. Assoc.  Aug. 20, 96 Butler reunion; res.: Grove City.  June 20, 00 Beaver Falls reunion Secretary; res.: Allegheny.  Sep. 25, 02 Tarentum reunion Secretary; res.: Allegheny.  Sep. 15, 03 Freeport reunion  Secretary; res.: Allegheny.  Sep. 20, 06 Butler reunion.  1910 died.  Jan. 26, 10 widow Emma J. pension #934584/703548. 

McKILLIP (McKILLIPS), William M.:  Pvt.; age 17, Co. C; m: Sep. 16, 61.  Feb. 14, 64 Roanoke Island veteran - born Armstrong Co.  19  grey eyes  dark hair  5’11”  soldier.  June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out. July 13, 65 Harrisburg: discharged.  Jan. 17, 80 Bolokow, Minn. died.  July 14, 90 widow Lucy A. pension #533148/blank.

McLAFFERTY, John:  Pvt.; Co. D; m: Nov. 13, 61.  July 10, 62 NY Tribune: aboard Str. ELM CITY Harr. Landg.- Ft. Monroe - NYC David’s Island Hosp.  Aug. 1, 62 NYC discharged, Surg. Cert. - born Ireland  38  blue eyes dark hair  5’9”  laborer  disabled ankle.  Sep. 06, 62 pension #2369/19369.  1890 Census:  m: Sep. 25, 61 - Aug. 1, 62 right ankle disabled, discharged Surg. Cert.; res.: Rimer.  1910 died. March 30, 10 widow Jane pension #939036/704799.

McLAUGHLIN, James P. (Francis):  Pvt.; Co. I; m: Dec. 16,, 61.  Died:  May 10, 62 Wash., DC (Regt.); June 10, 62 Wash. Mt. Pleasant Hosp. typhoid (mil.).  Wash. Mil. Asylum Cem. #C3191 buried. 

McNANNY (McMANNY, McNANY), Michael:  Pvt.; age 26; Co. F; m: Dec. 7, 61.  May 31, 62 Battle of Fair Oaks: WIA.  June 12, 62 NY Times: aboard Str.  S.R. SPAULDING White House - Ft. Monroe arrived  June 7, WIA ankle. Jan. 19, 63 Phila. discharged, Surg. Cert. - born Venango Co.  27  blue eyes  dark hair  5’8” wagoner  GSW wound left foot.  Jan. 28, 63 pension #9032/12975 - shell passed thru heel, must use crutches.; comrade’s letter to his family dated June 15, 62  “McNaney” was struck in the heel with a shell which will give him his discharge.

McNARY, Oliver R.:  Pvt.; Co. E, 12 Pa.; m: April 17, 61, 3 months. April 27, 61: to Orderly Sgt.  Aug. 1861-Feb. 1862 Pittsburgh Post:  Quartermaster.   Quartermaster; Staff; m: March 1, 62. 1863 - 64 Plymouth:  duty  Recruiting Officer 37 USCT and Actg. Supt. of Negro Affairs.  April 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders. (Church)   Macon May 1   Savannah  Charleston  Columbia.  Sep. 10, 64 Macon Camp Oglethorpe:  escaped but recaptured 19 days later.  Sep. 10, 64 Rickersville, SC 1st. CSA Hosp.:(now suburb of Charleston)  wrote home “am improving and expect to be all well soon this is a first class hospital and I am quite comfortable“; had fallen through a railroad bridge, injuring  leg, during his escape.  Nov. 30 or Dec. 1, 64 paroled  Annapolis Hosp.: patient after parole. On detached service when the Regt. was mustered out.  Oct. 1865: Brevet Major discharged.  May 31, 80 pension #368010/218096.  Feb. 21, 84 National Tribune:  discusses Battle of 7 Pines and McClellan’s errors.  May 1, 84 National Tribune:  on behalf of Kansas Assoc. of Ex-Prisoner Assoc. discusses exchange of POWs and pensions.   Dec. 13, 88 National Tribune:  on 26th  April was put in a boxcar with 40 others and taken to Wilmington, NC (from Tarboro) where we arrived at night,  on morning of 27th while being marched from boxcar across river at Wilmington and again shut up in a boxcar for Andersonville, I lost  my pocket diary  for 1863 and part of 1864, request anyone who found it please return. Civil War Diary April 17-December 4, 64-describes CSA hunt for Negro Affairs Officer; while placing section of 24th. NY Btry. WIA; CSA killing of  the Negroes (37th. USCT) who had earlier refused to escape but remained and fought; taken to Andersonville Church for questioning, then Macon, receiving flowers with a note inside offering refuge if escaped; describes prisons, escape, capture by dogs, jail Madison, Ga, again escaped returned to Madison, heavily ironed for 9 days, aggravating wounded leg; Charleston jail yard;  sick and wound, infected, to Rickersville, Columbia.  July 31, 90 National Tribune:  Officer of the National Associates of Ex-POWs.  Oliver R. McNary enlisted as private in Co. F, 12th Pa. three months, April 17, 1861: April 27, 1861 was appointed Orderly-Sergeant: August 1861 was tendered appointment of Captain and Assistant-Quartermaster, duty as Post Quartermaster at Pittsburgh, Pa; declined the appointment but at the request of the Secretary of War and Quartermaster General, served as Post Quartermaster until February 1862. March 1, 1862 was appointed Quartermaster of 103d Pa. On 27th of same month was detailed as Quartermaster of Brigade on the staff of Brig. Gen Keim, afterwards served as Quartermaster and Aid-de-Camp on the staff of Gens. Wessells (spelling as in article).  Was wounded and taken prisoner April 20, 1864 at Plymouth, NC and taken to Andersonville; was confined at Macon, Ga. Savannah, Charleston and Columbia; was exchanged in December, 1864 and when he arrived at Annapolis Hospital, weighed 74 pounds, was afterward on duty at Madison, Wis, Raleigh, N.C.; mustered out October 1865 as Brevet Major; was three times wounded in action. July 31, 90 National Tribune  1891 Kansas Command MOLLUS: paper prepared and read “What I Saw and Did Inside and Outside of Rebel Prison (Lib. Cong.: E611M.16 also copy filed USAMHI).  April 5, 95 died.  June 7, 95 widow Eleanor R. pension #615291/425400 Kansas.  Prisoner’s Mail From American Civil War by G D Harrison  1997  3 covers and one addressed to him, 1 letter dated Sep. 10, 64 through Port Royal, SC on Sep. 18 rated “Due 3”, examined by DG CSA examiner, soldier’s endorsement by Stewart L. Woodford on back-held by private collector.

McNEES (McNESS), Matthew:  Pvt.; age 19; Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61.  May 31, 62 Battle of 7 Pines/Fair Oaks.: WIA. June 12, 62 NY Times:  WIA left shoulder.  Died:  July 3 or 23 or 26, 62 (Regt.); July 24 Annapolis Gen. Hosp. Div. #1: wounds.  July 24, 62 Annapolis Nat. Cem. #1892 buried.  Aug. 1, 62 NY Tribune:  died Annapolis Gen. Hosp. July 23 brain fever. 

McNEES, Samuel:  Pvt.; Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61.  July 8, 62 NY Tribune: aboard Str. COMMODORE 7 Pines - Wash. DC, debility.  Discharged Wash. DC:  Aug. 2, 62, Aug. 3, 62 or June 30, 62 Surg. Cert.  Pvt.;  Co. F, 23 Ohio Inf. Regt.; m: Dec. 28, 63 Petersburg, Ohio - born Butler Co. 18  black eyes  brown hair 5’8½”  farmer.  May 29, 64 Charleston, WV.: sick.  June 64 Gallipolis Hosp.: sick.  Sep. 25, 64 Harper’s Ferry Hosp.: sick. Dec. 64 - Jan. 65 Claryville(?) Hosp.: absent sick.  July 26, 65 Phila. Haddington Hosp. discharged.  July 18, 82 pension #455106/348310.  1890 Census:  Pvt. Co. I 103 Pa. m: Dec. 16, 61 -Aug. 2, 62; Pvt. Co. F 23 Ohio Regt. m: Dec. 28, 63 - July 26, 65, discharged disability (Wash., DC.) Georgetown Union Hosp., discharged 2d. time from Haddington Hosp.; res.:  P. O. New Brighton.  Jan. 29, 30 New Brighton died.  New Brighton Grove Cem. buried - 1845 - 1930 Co. I 103 PIV.  

McPHERSON, David Private, Co. F. Born in Clarion Co., PA. Mustered 7 Dec 61.  June 12, 62 NY Times:  Battle of 7 Pines/Fair Oaks: WIA.  Refused to purchase the black dress hat when issued at Plymouth and was jailed overnight. "...he did not believe that a free born American citizen could be compelled to buy what he did not want." Feb. 3, 64 Plymouth veteran - age 40  blue eyes  light hair  5’10”  laborer.  Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. POW at Andersonville, GA.  Died 17 Aug 1864 of Scorbutus (Scurvey) in Andersonville Hospital. Buried in Andersonville National Cemetery. Grave #6014.  June 25, 80 minor pension #271111/blank.

McPHERSON, Theodore:  Pvt.; Co. E, 24 (2) Pa. Inf. Regt.; m:  May 1, 61.  Aug. 12, 61 discharged.  Pvt.; age 20; Co H; m: April 30, 62.  Feb. 27, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Phila.  22  blue eyes  brown hair  5’ 7”  Britannia (?ware) maker.  April 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.   Charleston    Florence    Salisbury  Richmond Feb. 22, 65.  Fall 1864  Florence Stockade:  Sanitary Comm. issued drawers.  Feb. 24, 65 Aikens Landing, Va. paroled.  Feb. 27, 65 Annapolis Hsp. Div. #1: patient.  Feb. 29 - May 15 65 Baltimore Newton Univ. Hsp.: patient.  June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg: discharged.  Aug. 20, 81 pension #428133/C2517160/1079758.  Sep. 4, 1925 Phila. died.

McSORLEY, James:  Veteran Mexican War.  Pvt.; Co. I, m: Dec. 16, 61.  Feb. 3, 64 Plymouth veteran - bor Ireland  35  dark eyes and hair  5’5½”  laborer.  April 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Died:  Anders. no date (Regt.); no further info after Plymouth (mil.); reportedly died Anders. but lack any record (Anders.  #30202 indicates unable to locate, confirm, etc. probably buried as UNKNOWN.).

MECHLING, William Sylvester:  Pvt.; Co. E; m: Dec. 7, 61 Clay Township, Butler Co.  March 13, 63 New Bern:  Court martial charge-AWOL Pen. Campaign June 62, William stated July 5 Regt. and Brig. Surg. sent him to NYC David’s Island Hosp. with typhoid and diarr., Sep. 28 hosp. sent him to Alexandria, Va. Distribution Center, to Regt. March 3, Not Guilty (RG153#KK875).  Dec. 31, 63 Plymouth veteran-born Butler Co.  24  brown eyes  black hair 5'10"  carriage maker. Apr. 20, 64  Plymouth POW  Anders.?  Charleston?  Florence.  Fall 1864 Florence Stockade:  Sanitary Comm. issued shirt.  Feb. 27, 65 NE Ferry paroled.  Discharged: April 10, 65 Annapolis,  Surg. Cert. (mil.);  March 15, 65 (Regt.)  1890 Census:  m: Nov. 20, 61 - Apr. 10, 65; res.: Dayton, Armstrong Co.  May 4, 90 pension #777165/524573.  Feb. 8, 93 Dayton died.   Dayton Glade Run Cem. buried.  March 11, 93 widow Mary R. pension #572600/516899. 

MEEKER, Albert:  Cpl.; age 21; Co. A; m: Sep. 7, 61.  June 30, 62: to Sgt.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW - Anders.  Charleston   Florence   Salisbury   Richmond Feb. 22, 65.  Fall 1864 Florence Stockade:  Sanitary Comm. issued shirt.  Feb. 24-5, 65 Aikens Landing, VA paroled.  Apr. 12, 65 discharged.

MEREDITH, John Quincey Adams - Assistant Surgeon. Mustered 1 July 62 at age 22.  Appointed 12 July 62 to Assistant Surgeon. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Paroled 23 Sept 64 at Charleston Harbor, SC.  Sep. 30, 64 NY Tribune: our correspondent left Charleston Sep. 23 aboard Str. CELT to Chisme wharf where it met Steamer DELAWARE and delivered J. Q. Meredith, 103 Pa.  March 23, 65: to Surgeon.  June 25, 65 discharged.  Oct. 5, 98 Bur. of Pensions: res. Box 109 Eagle Pass, Texas. Died 2 May 1900 at Albuquerque. Buried in Fairview Cemetery, Albuquerque.  Aug. 26, 15 National Tribune:  George W. Pitt, London, Ontario, sent us a  photo taken a few days after the officers, including  Surg. Meredith, 103 PA., reached our lines from prison.

MEREDITH, Madison M.:  1st. Lt.; Co. D; m: Nov. 13, 61.  1863 Pa. Adj. Gen. Rpt.:  to 1st Lt. Sep. 1, 61. Apr. 10, 62: to Capt.  July 13, 62: resigned, illness.  March 8, 82 pension #442319/335907.  Returned to Brookville became attorney; 1882 appointed Corp. Clerk, Office Sec. of Commonwealth; 1888 at Legal Dept., Lehigh Valley RR.; wrote Corp. Laws of Pa. (Regt.).  Oct. 5, 98 res.:  228 S. 3rd St., Phila.  April 19, 04 Wernersville Grand View Sanitarium: died, age 72.  Sep. 23, 04 widow Sarah C. pension #813990/588205.

MEREDITH, Thomas A.:  Pvt.; Co. C; m: Sep. 16, 61.  June 12, 62 NY Times:  MIA.  May 31, 62 Battle of Fair Oaks/7 Pines:  KIA.

MERIKEL, Joseph S. - Private, Co. D. Enrolled 25 Sept 61 at Kittanning, PA. Mustered in 13 Nov 61 at age 19. Discharged 1862 on Surgeon's Certificate at Kittanning, PA. 

METZLER, Barnhart:  Pvt.; Co. D; m: Nov. 13, 61.  Oct. 12, 63 Plymouth:  died, fever.  Oct. 14, 63 comrade wrote:  Regt. buried member of Co. D, first death since coming to Plymouth.  New Bern National Cem. #1166 buried.  Nov. 30, 63 widow Jane pension #39755/62535.  Jan. 12, 67 minor pension #140418/116376.  1890 Census:  widow Jane Simmers (no dates); res.: Oakland.

MILLER, Fowler:  Pvt.; Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61.  May 31, 62 Battle of Fair Oaks/7 Pines:  KIA.  June 12, 62 NY Times:  KIA Battle of Fair Oaks/7 Pines.  Oct. 18, 66 father Jacob pension #135694/blank.  June 3, 69 mother Sarah pension #175900/133516.  (NOTE: two catalogue files for pension:  Alphabet lists as above; Regt. lists opposite.) 

MILLER, George W.:  Pvt.; age 27; Co. A; m: Sep. 7, 61.  Dec. 7, 61: discharged, Surg. Cert.  Pvt.;  Co. K, 148 Pa. Inf.; m: Sep. 7, 62. Feb. 2, 63 discharged, Surg. Cert.  Feb. 10, 63 pension #10306/411522.

MILLER, James P.:  Pvt.; Co. F; m: Dec. 7, 61.  Feb. 3, 64 Plymouth:  veteran - born Clarion Co.  17  grey eyes  brown hair  5’8”  farmer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth  POW   Anders.  Nov. 19, 64 Savannah paroled. Nov. 30, 64 Annapolis Division #2 Hsp.:  patient.  Nov. 30, 64 Annapolis St. Johns College Div. #2 Hsp.:  died, chr. diarr.  Annapolis Nat. Cem. #319A buried.  Apr. 26, 72 mother Susanna pension #203135/blank.

MILLER, John:  Pvt.; Co. C; m.: Jan. 10, 62.  Feb. 3, 64 Plymouth:  veteran - born Armstrong Co.  33  brown eyes  dark hair  6’1”  laborer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW   Anders.  Oct. 11, 64 Anders. Hsp.: scurvy.  Apr. 1, 65 Vicksburg paroled.  April 6, 65 Vicksburg Parole Prisoners Hsp.  Apr. 16 - 22, 65: aboard Hsp. steamer to Mo. Benton Barracks Hsp. #138.  July 14, 65 discharged.  Apr. 12, 76 pension #217324/168458.  1890 Census: m: (blank) - July 14, 65, 12 months Anders.; res.: Bernard, Armstrong Co.  1907 died.

MILLER, John W. - Private, Co. I. Mustered in 16 Dec 61. Sent to hospital 21 Feb 63. Never heard from. Marked as Deserter. 

MILLER, William - Private, Co. E. Mustered in 7 Dec 61 from Clay Twp, Butler Co., PA. Discharged 17 Jan 62 at Camp Orr, Kittanning, PA.

MILLER, William R.:  Pvt.; Co. A; m: March 3, 64.  June 25, 65 discharged.  Apr. 27, 85 pension #538583/1023562 Pa.  1890 Census:  m: Feb. 24, 64 - June 25, 65; res.: E. Titusville.  1908 died.  March 2, 08 widow Joanna pension #886127/662589 NY.

MILLS, Lorenzo F.:  Pvt.; Co. D; m: Aug. 28 (30), 62.  March 25 - Nov. 63 New Bern Stanley Hosp. Div. #6.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders   Charleston   Florence.  Fall 1864 Florence Stockade: Sanitary Comm. issued drawers.  Dec. 10 (16), 64 Charleston paroled.  June 25, 65 discharged.  Nov. 20, 90 pension #967462/947040 -.June 10, 63 thrown from hand car injuring back, typhoid, Apr.17-20, 64 Battle Plymouth GSW left leg.  Apr. 30, 04 widow Sarah Jane pension #526612/blank.

MITCHELL, Allison:  Pvt.; Co. G; m: Jan. 10, 62 Tarentum.  June 30, 62 Charles City Cross Roads, Va.: WIA.  July 10, 62 NY Tribune:  aboard Str. COMMODORE to Wash., DC, WIA foot.  Jan. 12, 63 Portsmouth, R.I. Grove Hsp.: discharged; GSW, accident at Malvern Hill.

MOBLEY, Watson C.:  Sgt.; age 19;  Co. A; m: Sep. 7, 61 Callensburg.   July 8, 62 NY Tribune: aboard Str. S R SPAULDING Harrison’s Landing - Ft. Monroe - NYC Bellevue Hsp.  Jan. 25, 63: to 1st. Sgt.  Aug. 26, 63 Plymouth - Columbia Expedition: led 7 men with 6 pdr. gun.  Dec. 23, 63 Plymouth Col. Lehman to Capt. Foster, 2d. NC Inf.:  letter of recommendation.   Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Huntington Co.  21  grey eyes  brown hair  6’0”  student.  March 19 - May 31, 64: recruiting.  Aug. 31, 64 Roanoke Island:  arrived or whereabouts known.  Apr. 19, 65: to Sgt. Major, Staff.  June 25, 65 mustered out.  July 13, 65 discharged.  Oct. 4, 04 pension  #11325509/1102302.  Sep. 20, 06 Butler: reunion.  Feb. 1, 12 died.  Feb. 7, 12 widow Elizabeth P. pension #979913/737779.   Regt. History page 7 photo.

MOHNEY, Franklin William - Private, Co. F. Born in Clarion Co., PA, son of Henry D. & Julia Ann (Kratzer) Mohney. Enrolled 30 Oct 61 at Rimersburg, PA at age 17. Mustered in 7 Dec 61 at Camp Orr, PA. Detached 1 Aug 62 to Battery H, 1st NY Light Artillery.  Sick Sept - Oct 63 in the NY Artillery Post Hospital. Transferred 1 April 64 back to the 103rd PA at Plymouth, NC by order of Gen. Meade. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. He died as a POW, but there is confusion as to where. There is no doubt that he was a prisoner at Andersonville, GA. Andersonville records showed H. F. (or H. T.) MOONEY (Co. H, 103rd PA) with a death date of 10 Aug 1864 due to Dysentery and buried in Grave 5266. There was no H. F. or T. Mooney in Co. H, 103rd PA. Originally, this burial was thought to be Henderson Thompson Mohney, but was cleared up in 1933 since Henderson survived the war and was changed to Franklin MOONEY (Co. F, 103rd PA). In 1866, a small box of Medical Dept. Death Register Books from Camp Lawton, Millen, GA were found by a preacher who cut out pages and took them to the Christian Commission. They listed Franklin W. MOONEY (Co. F, 103rd PA) buried in Grave #107 at Millen, GA. In 1868, the Union soldiers buried at Millen were moved to Beaufort National Cemetery, Beaufort, SC. Beaufort lists Franklin W MOONEY as being buried in Plot: 37, 4307. Oddly enough, the death date is listed as 10 Aug 1864. Since, the prisoners did not arrive at Camp Lawton until after Aug 64, I believe this death date is incorrect research on someone's part. In my opinion, the original burial at Andersonville was either misidentified as being in the 103rd PA or it is possible that a 2nd NC Union Volunteer assumed the name of H. F. Mooney of Co. H and he is the one who died in Andersonville. The answer will probably never be known. However, I believe Franklin died in Camp Lawton and is now buried in Beaufort National Cemetery. Mother Julia Ann applied 10 March 1879 for pension #242454/204305. Father Henry D. Mohney applied 10 March 1879 for pension  #204766/blank.

MOHNEY, George B. - Private, Co. F. Mustered in 7 Dec 61. Affidavit of J. M. Alexander, 103 PA, a cousin, stated on 10 Aug 62 that he saw him brought from the Regimental Hospital and placed on the Steamer KENNEBEC, suffering from Chronic Diarrhea. Died 13 Aug 1862 aboard the Steamer KENNEBEC on the James River. Originally buried in Glenwood Cemetery, Philadelphia. Remains moved to Philadelphia National Cemetery. Section B, Plot #109. Widow Lucinda applied 11 Dec 62 for pension #8016/52076. Minors John and Alma applied 20 April 1866 for pension #125349/107745. Also listed as MONEY & MONY

MOHNEY, Henderson Thompson - Private, Co. F. Born 28 Oct 1843 in Clarion Co., PA, son of Adam & Elizabeth Anne (Hawk) Mohney. Enrolled 30 Oct 61 at Rimersburg, PA at age 18. Mustered in 7 Dec 61 at Camp Orr, PA. No further record with 103rd PA. Erroneously listed as dying 10 Aug 1864 at Andersonville, GA. Enlisted and Mustered in 3 June 64 into Co. L, 9th PA Cavalry at Pittsburgh, PA. Mustered out 15 Sept 64. Married Philena Sims on 3 Jul 1867 in Gallia, Ohio. 1890 Nelsonville, Ohio Census:  Money, Henderson T., Pvt. Co. F 103 Pa. 1862-64. Died 26 May 1903. Buried in Green Lawn, Nelsonville, Athens Co., Ohio. Headstone Also listed as MONEY, MAREY & MONCY

MONDAY, Frederick A. - Sergeant, Co. E. Enrolled 21 Nov 61 at Butler, PA, a 21 year old Apprentice Wagon Maker from Jefferson Twp, Butler Co., PA. Mustered in 7 Dec 61 at Camp Orr, PA as Corporal. Promoted 12 April 63 to Sergeant.  Detached 2 Aug 63 to Camp Copeland, Pittsburgh to receive and conduct new men to the Regiment.  Detached Sept & Oct 63 on recruiting duty.  Returned Nov 63 to regiment. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Prisoner at Andersonville, GA, Charleston & Florence, SC. Died 5 Dec 1864 at Florence, SC.  Buried as an Unknown in the Florence National Cemetery. Also listed as MONDY.

MONTGOMERY, Henry:  Pvt.; age 20; Co. B; m: Sep. 24, 61.  May 30, 62 Battle of Fair Oaks: WIA.  June 8, 62 NY Times: aboard Str. VANDERBUILT arrived NYC with wounded.  June 12, 62 NY Times:  WIA thigh. June 26, 63 NYC Davids Island Gen. Hsp.: discharged, Surg. Cert. wounds.  July 21, 65 pension #79526/48279.  1890 Census:  m: Sep. 24, 61 - Jan. 26, 63 GSW left thigh, Surg. Cert.; res: Hilliard.  Sep. 16, 09 Foxburg reunion; res.: Eau Claire.    June 10, 14 widow Adeline pension  #1029573/779125.  Regt. Hist.: page 41 photo.

MONTGOMERY, Robert A.:  Pvt.; Co. G; m: Jan. 10, 62.  Apr. 25 (18), 62 Wash., DC Eckington Hsp.: discharged, Surg. Cert. - born Clarion Co.  16  light hair  brown eyes  5’7”  disease.  Pvt.; Co. B, 1 Bn. Pa. Militia Inf.; m: July 11, 64.  Nov. 11, 64 discharged.  July 12, 83 pension #489486/1076065/C2519626 - stationed Wash. DC Camp Lloyd   Dec. 17, 27 Virginia National Soldiers Home: died. 

MOONEY, Samuel A. - Musician, Co. F. Born 5 June 1843 in Clarion Co., PA, son of Adam & Susan Leah (Dunlap) Mooney. Enlisted in Co. A at age 18. Mustered in 7 Sept 61. Transferred 7 Dec 61 to Co. F. Discharged for Disability 21 June 62 at Bottoms Bridge Hospital, VA. Applied 22 May 1879 for pension #7694/1036854/C2543281. Died 13 May 1918 in the State Hospital, Conewango Twp, Warren Co., PA due to Apoplexy, Arterio-Sclerosis & Senile Dementia. Buried in Corry, PA. Also listed as MOHNEY.

MOORE, Caleb E.:  Pvt.; age 31, Co. G; m: Jan. 3 (10), 62.  July 10, 62 NY Tribune:  sick, aboard  Str.KNICKERBOCKER arrived Ft. Monroe July 5, bound north.  Aug. 20, 64 Plymouth: court martial-charge Aug. 18 leaving his post at Regt. Hq., not returning, and conduct prejudicial to good order and military discipline, did say that Major Gazzam had sent him out on patrol, this being false;  not guilty, to be released from confinement (RG153NN585).  Feb. 3, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Venango Co.  34  grey eyes  fair hair  5’8½” laborer. Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW   Anders.  Aug. 18 (17), 64 Anders.:  died, scorbutus.   Anders. Nat. Cem. #6038 buried.  Sep. 5, 65 widow Mary J. pension #108174/71981.

MOORE, Thomas T.:  Cpl.; age 32; Co. A; m: Sep. 7, 61.  Jan. 3, 62: to Sgt.;  Co. G.  July 15, 62:recruiting.  March 12, 63 Harrisburg German Reform Church USA Hsp.: sick.  Nov. 15, 63: to Vet. Res. Corp.  Dec. 21, 72 pension #179950/125834 -married 26 May 68. 1890 Census: widow Susan, records lost; res.: Shippenville.  Apr. 28, 08 widow Susan Moore MAHLEpension #890949/928189-married May 26, 68, Thomas died: Nov. 22, 75  Pleasantville, Indiana Co. Gilgal Cem. buried - Moore, Thomas  7 Sep. 61-VRC Co. G 103 Reg. (?)1800 - Aug. 11, 81(?). 

MOOREHEAD, Isaac S.:  Pvt.; Co. D; m: Nov. 18, 61.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth  POW   Anders.  Sep. 1 (2), 64 Anders. Hsp.: died, chr diarr.   Anders. Nat. Cem.  #7602 buried.  March 1, 80 father Isaac pension #260892/blank.

MOORHEAD, John S.: Sgt.; age 22;  Co. D; m: Sep. 25, 61.  1862 White Oak Swamp: surgery.  July 62:  Harrison’s Landing Hsp.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Armstrong Co.  24  blue eyes  dark hair  6’0”  carpenter.Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.   Savannah   Millen  Blackshear.  1864 Blackshear POW hosp.  April 28, 65 Jacksonville paroled.  June 12, 65 discharged.  Jan. 28, 80 pension #394323/306019 - comrade stated: John was taken sick in Anders. with the curvey in his left leg, he had been made to carry a scantling  4x4, 12 feet long, from 9am - 6pm on left shoulder disabled the leg which drew up, then taken in Sept. 64 to Savanna then to Blackshear.  1890 Census:  m: Sep. 25, 81 - May 18, 65 POW Anders. 1 yr. reenlisted; res.: Deanville, Armstrong Co.  1905 Anders. Mon. Ded.; res.: Box 12 Deanville.  Sep. 20, 06 Butler reunion.  Sep. 16, 09 Foxburg reunion; res.: New Bethlehem.  Nov. 21, 21 New Bethlehem died.  Regt. Hist. photo pages: 34 , 91.

MORELAND (MORLAN), Jacob:  Pvt.; age 17; Co. K; m: Oct. 28, 61.  June 24, 62 NY Tribune: aboard Str. DANIEL WEBSTER Ft. Monroe - NYC.  June 17, 62 discharged, Surg. Cert., disease while at Fair Oaks.  Pvt.; Co. B, 5 Pa. Hvy. Arty. ; m: Aug. 23, 64.  June 30, 65 discharged.  Feb. 8, 78 pension #248412/165842 Ohio. May 20, 22 Camp Chase, Ohio died. 

MORELAND (MORLAN, MORELAN), John H.:  Pvt.; Co. K; m: Oct. 28, 61.  Aug. 31, 62: absent, sick. Feb. 26, 63 Convalescent Camp, Va.: discharged, Surg. Cert. - born  Ohio  18  dark eyes and hair  5’6”  farmer.  Pvt.; Co. I, 173d. Ohio Inf. Regt.; m: Aug. 11, 64.  Jan. 5, 65 Nashville, Tn US Gen. Hsp.  June 26, 65 discharged.  Apr. 4, 1873 Mechanicstown, Ohio: died.  Nov. 11, 96 widow Rachel A. pension #643386/847813.

MORRIS, Thomas L.:  Pvt.; Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61.  May 31, 62 Battle Fair Oaks: WIA.  June 5, 62 NY Tribune:  7  Pines WIA leg.  June 12, 62 NY Times:  WIA breast.  June 24, 62 Annapolis US Gen. Hsp. Div. #1: died, wounds.  Annapolis Nat. Cem. #1799  buried - T L MORRIS  PA.   Feb. 13, 65 widow Eliza M. pension #82635/87384.

MORRISON, Andrew:  Pvt.; age 19; Co. E; m: Dec. 7, 61.  Feb. 13, 63 New Bern XVIII Corp Med. Dir.:discharged, Surg. Cert. - born Butler Co.  20  brown eyes  light hair  5’6¼”  blacksmith  Battle of Williamsburg and 7 Pines contracted disease, TB, exposure.  May 16, 63 pension #22720/207360.  Pvt.;   Co. K 62 Pa. Inf. Regt ; m: July 15, 63 Pittsburgh Draft Rendezvous - born Butler Co.  20  hazel eyes  light hair 5’6” blacksmith  drafted  23 District.  July 2, 64 Gen. Warren ordered his trf. to 155th. Pa. Inf. Regt. trfd. June 2, 65 Co. E 191st. Pa. Inf. Regt.  June 28, 64 discharged.  Aug.  20, 96 Butler reunion; res. Butler.  Sep. 20, 06 Butler reunion.  Sep. 3, 12 Butler died.  Sep. 13, 12 widow Amanda C. pension #993262/751139. Presidents, Soldiers, Statesmen: was born in Butler. Pa., Dec. 9. 1842; his parents. Matthew and Elizabeth [How) Morrison. are deceased; at the age of 19 years he enlisted in the fall of 1862, at Butler, Pa., as a Private in Co. E, 103d. Pa. Inf., and with his command took active part in the battles of York­town, Fair Oaks, White Oak Swamp, Kingston. Goldsboro, Chancellorsville, Culpeper C. H., Rappahannock Station, Mine Run, Bristoe Station, Wilderness, Spottsylvania. Cold Harbor, North Ann, Laurel Hill, Petersburg, Yellow Tavern, Hatcher’s Run, Five Forks, Peebles Farm, Bethsaida Church and many others; he was in hospital with lung trouble about two weeks, in February, 1863, at Newbern, N. C. at which place he was discharge the same year on Surgeon’s Certifi­cate of disability, and reenlisted in July 1863 at Butler, Pa., as a Private in the three years service, he was transferred to Co. B, 155th then to. Co, E, 191st, Pa., and received his honorabe discharge in Harrisburg Pa. He had three brothers in the service, Wm. H, Co. K,. 6th H. Art., died from the effects of the army and Samuel W in 62d, 155th and 191st. Pa. was wounded in the service.  Mr. Morrison  married in Butler to Amandia C. Fletcher, born in that county in 1847, her parents Thomas and Mary A. (Beighley) Fletcher, are deceased; the results of  the marriage is seven children, born in the order named Mary, Augustus S., Mabel L., Lydia Ellis, Chester B., Samuel, and an infant died unnamed;  Samuel is also deceased. Comrade Morrison has filled the office of past S. V. three terms and 0. G. one term in A. G. Reed Post, No. 105 GAR., is a foreman by occupation. and his address is Butler

MORROW, James J.:  Recruited and assisted in mustering Company G.   2d. Lt.; Co. G; m: Jan. 10, 62 Indiana Co.  Jan. 25, 63: commissioned 1st. Lt.  July 1, 63: commissioned Capt.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders. (church)   Columbia   Belle Island   Charlotte   Savannah.  Sep. 30, 64 NY Tribune:  at Savannah POW camp hsp. Sep. 1, assigned squad 5.  Feb. 6, 65 NY Times: at Columbia.  Mid  Feb. 65: escaped, 2d. attempt, met Lt. John Lafler, 85th. NY Inf. and both entered Union lines at New Bern March 7. POW memo:   March 17, 65 reported to Regt., escaped POW confined Camp Asylum Columbia.  April 4, 65:  recommended for promotion to Major. June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg: discharged.  1876 Southern Side of Anders. by CSA  Stevenson: at Camp Asylum, res.  Plumville.  Sep. 8, 87 died.  Sep. 10, 87 New Bedford buried. Nov. 26, 87 widow Isabella H. pension  #364033/324061.  1890 Census:  Belle widow J. Morrow, Capt., Co. G, 103 Pa. m: 1861 - 1865 deceased; POW 11 mo.; res.: 155 W. 20th St, Erie.  April 18, 64 Battle of Plymouth: Donaghy, John:  Co. F relieved  Morrow , James J. with Co. G which were skirmishing on the Washington road. Aug. 26, 15 Nat. Tribune:  G. Pitt, London, Ontario, sent us a photograph taken a few days after the officers reached our lines at New Bern from rebel prisons:  (See) Escape from Dixie Lt. John Lafler by John Ball and Price of Patriotism, 1965, by W. W. Smith.

MORROW, Perry O.:  Pvt.; age 18; Co. E; m: Dec. 7, 61 Butler Co., Cherry Twnshp.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran  - born Butler Co. 20  brown eyes and hair  5’6½”  farmer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Dec. 6, 64 Charleston paroled.  Died:  Charleston Dec. 18, 64 (Regt.); left in Charleston, no further info. (mil.). 

MORTIMER, Benjamin R. - Corporal, Co. F. Married to Sarah. Enrolled 31 Oct 61 at Rimersburg, Clarion Co., PA. Mustered 7 Dec 61. Mortally wounded 20 April 64 in the abdomen at Plymouth, NC during sortie into town from Fort Williams. Carried back into the fort. After the battle, Chaplain Amos Billingsley, 101st PA, was allowed to visit the wounded at the Water Street hospital. He gave last rites and left him. On 22 Dec 1865, widow Sarah applied for pension #118045/111784 and then on 26 April 1872 a minor pension was applied for #203139/158561.

MORTIMER, Thomas:  Pvt.; Age 19; Co. F; m: Dec. 7, 61.  Aug. 20, 62 NY Tribune:  aboard Str. MISSISSIPPI  arrived NYC with patients for Bedloes Island and Blackwell’s (Roosevelt) Island hsp.  Aug. 14, 63  Roanoke Island Post Hsp.:  typhoid.  Sep. 21, 63 Roanoke Island: died, typhoid.  New Bern Nat. Cem. #1181 buried.  Jan. 25, 83 mother Susannah pension #300510/207587.  Dec. 1, 87 father John pension #364286/240630.

MOSBAUGHEL, George:  Pvt.; age 33; Co. C; m: Sep. 16, 61.  (?date) Suffolk:  left sick.  Feb. 17, 63 New Bern :discharged, Surg. Cert. - born Germany  35  brown eyes  dark hair  5’8”  farmer  disability.  March 11, 63 pension #13265/18305 - claimed injury caused by GSW right foot received while on Yorktown picket line, treated by Regt. Surgeon, no hospital. Dec. 12, 82 died.  1890 Census:  widow Mary,  Co. C 103 Pa. “Sep. 16, 63 - Feb. 17, 64” res.: Girty, Armstrong  Co.  July 29, 90 widow Mary pension #451814/315041.

MOSER (MOSES), Solomon:  Pvt.; Co. E; m: Dec. 7, 61 Clay Twnshp., Butler Co.  Aug. 20, 62 NY Tribune:  aboard Str. MISSISSIPPI arrived NYC with patients for hsp. on Bedloe’s Island and Blackwell’s (Roosevelt) Island.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Aug 29, 64 entry C. Lepley, Co. E, diary:  Solomon Moses died last night about 8 o’clock of dysen.  Aug. 30, 64 Anders.: died , dysentery.  Anders. Nat. Cem. #7305 buried. 

MOYER (NOYES), Joseph:  Pvt.; age 21; Co. A; m: Sep. 7, 61.  Dec. 5, 62: to Cpl.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Montgomery Co.  23  blue eyes  brown hair  5’10”  laborer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth  POW   Anders.  Charleston   Florence   Salisbury   Richmond Feb. 22, 65.  Feb. 24, 65 Aikens Landing  paroled. June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg:  discharged.  Dec. 6, 89 pension #741797/694443 Ohio - 5 mo. Florence; comrade stated fall 1863 Joseph  had ague and fever at Plymouth. Aug. 20, 96 Butler reunion; res.: Leetonia, Ohio.  July 16, 03 National  Tribune:  should have one country, 1 flag; res.: Leetonia.  1905 Anders. Mon. Ded.:  (listed Co. L, 1st Cav.), res: Leetonia. March 24, 10 National Tribune: discusses Andersonville, visited it 3 times, twice with his wife.  Jan. 19, 11 National Tribune:  reports on  treatment at Florence.  Oct. 5, 17 died.

MULL, Samuel E. - Private, Co. H. Enrolled 14 Jan 62 at Clarion Co., PA at age 19. Mustered in 22 Feb 62, but dropped by order of Col. Lehmann because he was too ill to join. He never left home. Erroneously listed as a Deserter.

MURDOCK, Wm. J.:  Pvt.; age 19; Co. C; m: Sep. 16, 61.  June 27, 62  Va. White Oak Swamp hsp. : died, typhoid fever.

MURPHY, Patrick:  Pvt.; Co. K; m: Oct. 28, 61.  Sep. 29, 62 discharged, Surg. Cert.  Oct. 29, 67 Dayton Soldier’s Home:  #532  m. Oct. 27, 61 Pvt. Co. K 103 Pa. Pittsburgh  Oct. 1862 NYC hsp. injured by shell fragment on May 6, 62 Malvern Hill  Surg. Cert.  born Ireland  57  res. Phila.  laborer  married 3 children;  Nov. 16,  71 dropped.

 MURPHY, Samuel:  Pvt.; age 29; Co. C; m: Sep. 16, 61. Sep. 1 (June 5), 62: to Sgt. Major, Staff; Acting Sgt. Major  before Sgt. Major Bell‘s absence and discharge.  Jan. 1, 63: to Actg.  Lt., Co. K, not commissioned, carried on rolls as Sgt.  Apr. 14, 63: to Pvt., Co. C. Sep. 16, 64 discharged.    Feb. 27, 71 died.  July 28, 90 widow Rachel pension #495487/398135.

MUSHRUSH, George W.:  Pvt.; age 22; Co. E; m: Dec. 7, 61.  Sep. 21, 63: Beaufort Hammond Gen. Hsp. sick.   Aug. 31, 64 Roanoke Island:  arrived or whereabouts known.  Oct. 64: duty.  Died:  Nov. 20, 64 Roanoke Island typhoid, pneum. (mil.); Dec. 9, or Nov. 2, 64 Roanoke Island (Regt.).  New Bern Nat. Cem. #1160 buried.  July 27, 68 mother Mary pension #163400/186130 - died Dec. 9, 64 Roanoke Island Albemarle Hsp. typhoid, pneum.  .

MYER (MYERS, MEYERS), Adam:  Pvt. Age 22; Co. A; m: Sep. 7, 61.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Clarion Co.  25  grey eyes  auburn  hair  5’11”  laborer.  Apr. 20, 64 POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence.  Paroled: Nov. 30, 64 Savannah (mil.); Dec. 64 (Regt.)  June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out.  July 13, 65 Harrisburg: discharged.  1890 Census: m: Sep. 7, 61 - June 25, 65 disability, 7¼ mo. Anders., Charleston, Florence; res.: Rouseville, Venango Co.  July 10, 90 pension #808514/612159.  July 4, 92 Rouseville died.  July 18, 92 widow Mary E. pension #555402/373441. 

MYERS, Conrad Rice - Private, Co. A. Born 24 Nov 1842 in Clarion Co., PA, son of Conrad & Susan (White) Myers. Mustered in 7 Sept 61 at age 18. Discharged 26 June 63 on Surgeon's Certificate. Applied 3 Feb 1873 for pension #181000/157082. Died 12 Jan 1879 in Farmington Twp, Butler Co., PA. Buried in Shotts-Hagen Cemetery. Headstone Widow Caroline (Shotts) Myers applied 17 Feb 1879 for pension #241724/193917. 

MYERS, David:  Pvt.; age 20; Co. D; m: Nov. 13, 61.  June 12, 62 NY Times:  MIA.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Armstrong Co.  22  blue eyes  light hair  5’6”  farmer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Charleston  Florence.  Fall 1864 Florence Stockade:  Sanitary Comm. issued drawers.  Dec. 11, 64 Charleston paroled.  Died:  Dec. 13, 64 aboard Str. NORTHERN LIGHTS chr. diarr. (mil.); Annapolis Hsp. Div. #1 (Roll of Honor)  Dec. 20, 64 Annapolis Ash Grove Cem. buried  (now Annapolis Nat. Cem., not on roster).  Sep. 1, 80 mother Martha pension #277425/217828.

MYERS, Elias:  Pvt.;  Co. A; m: Sep. 7, 61.  Aug. 15, 62: to Cpl.  Dec. 14, 62 Battle at Kinston WIA; to New Bern Stanley Hsp. (mil.); KIA or WIA (Regt.).  Jan. 11, 64 Pittsburgh Gen. Hsp.: discharged while home on leave; Surg. Cert. - born Clarion Co.  33   brown eyes  auburn hair  5’5½”  laborer  wound left foot. Jan. 14, 64 pension #38848/29665 - claimed WIA left foot by ball.  Oct. 7, 94 Oil City died.  Oct. 17, 94 widow Isabella pension #603343/424327.

MYERS, Jacob:  Pvt.; age 18; Co. D; m: Sep. 25, 61.  March - 31 Aug. 62 Newport News Hsp.: sick.  May 62 -28 Feb. 63 Baltimore Hsp.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Armstrong Co.  20  brown eyes  light hair  5’9”  farmer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW - Anders.  Charleston  Florence. Paroled:  no info. (mil.)  Died:  Feb. 26, 65 Florence (mil.); paroled Feb. 26, 65 died aboard transport (Regt.).  Florence Nat. Cem. buried as UNKNOWN. July 8, 79 mother Catherine G. pension  #248099/231680 - family letters, almost illegible.

MYERS, John:  Musc./Fifer; age 27; Co. A; m: Sep. 7, 61.  Dec. 7, 61: to Co. E   Hsp. Asst. 102 days, 25 cents a day extra (pay slip).  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Clarion Co.  29  brown eyes  black hair  5’5”  laborer.  Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW  Anders.  Charleston.  Sep. 23, 64 Charleston:  died chr. diarr.  Remains from Charleston moved to Beaufort National Cemetery, SC. Buried as UNKNOWN.  Feb. 24, 85 widow Sarah pension #84109/82808.  July 13, 85 minor pension #328929/258814 Mo. Aug. 29, 94: dedication at  Evans City Cemetery, monument, located on circle, - John  Myers, Co. E 103 PA.

MYERS (MOYER), John Jr.:  Oct. 30, 61 Rimersburg enrolled.  Pvt.; Co. F;  m: Dec. 7, 61 Camp Orr.  Died:  May 2, 62 Wash., DC typhoid (Regt.); May 22, 62 Wash., DC Carver Gen. Hsp.  typhoides (Surg. Gen.); May 22 or 28, 62 Wash., DC Carver Gen. Hsp. typhoid (mil.).  May 29, 62 NY Tribune:  deceased at Wash., DC hospitals: John Myers Co. F 103 PA.  Mil. Asyl. Cemetery  #B2069 buried as Henry MYERS Co. F 103 PA.  Sep. 13, 75 mother Judy MOYER pension #222675/196287.

MYERS, Milton:  Pvt.; Co. E; m: Dec. 7, 61.  May 23, 62: Alexandria hosp.   Sep. 63: duty.  Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Butler Co.  33  blue eyes  fair hair  5’10½”  farmer.  April 20, 64 Plymouth POW   Anders. July 13, 64 Anders.: died acute diarr.  Nov. 28, 64 NY Times:  died Anders.  3 December 64 Pittsburgh Dispatch: died Andersonville July 13.  Diary of Charles Lepley, Pvt. Co. E:  July 12, 64 Tues. Anders.  M. Myers (Milton Co. E) was taken to the hospital.  Anders. Nat. Cem. #3250 buried.  Apr. 27, 65 widow Lydia pension #91018/89848 - comrades Kennedy and Hughes stated Milton died on or about July 9, 64;  July 29, 66 Surg. Gen. Office: died  July 13, 64 Anders. disease. 

MYERS, William G.:  Cpl.; Co. G; m: Jan. 10, 62.  June 20, 63 Plymouth: discharged, Surg. Cert. - born Indiana County  19  grey eyes  fair hair  6’1½”  laborer  diarr.  Unknown date:  Vet. Res. Corp. (Regt.).  Pvt.; Co. F, 74 Pa. Inf. Regt.; m: March 6, 65.  July 1, 65 discharged.  June 6, 78 pension  #256382/968603.  1890 Census: m: Dec. 1, 61 - June 21, 63, chr. rheum.;  res.: Platt, Cambria Co.  Died 29 July 1921 in Westover, PA.