Roster of the 103d PA Infantry

NEELY, Henry H.: Pvt.; Co. F; m: Dec. 7, 61. Dec. 17, 61: to 1st. Sgt.  May 31, 62 Battle of Fair Oaks: WIA. June 2, 62: commissioned 2d. Lt. (June 22, 63 - mil., an error). March 12, 63 New Bern: resigned. July 3, 63 pension #27911/l6066: Dec. 62 Blackwater Camp, Va.: det. to Amb. Corp, injured when a horse fell on me. 1890 Census: m: Dec. 7, 61 -- March 63; res.: St. Petersburg, Clarion Co. 1897 Clarion Jacksonian attended dedication Soldier’s Mon. as Vice Pres. Clarion Co. Soldier’s Assoc. Oct. 5, 98: res. Alum Rock, Clarion Co. Nov. 13, 02 Alum Rock: died. May 18, 03 widow Helen L. #784701/595976.

NEELY, John. M: Pvt.; age 30; Co. A; m: Sep. 7, 61. May 62 - Sep. 63: Brig. Train, teamster. April 20, 64    Plymouth POW Anders.  Charleston   Florence  Salisbury Oct. 3, 64   Richmond Feb. 22, 65. Fall 1864 Florence Stockade: Sanitary Comm. issued shirt. Feb. 24, 65 Aikens Landing paroled. Feb. 26, 65 Annapolis Gen. Hsp.: scorbutus. June 1, 65 discharged. April 30, 81 pension #433371/348832-claimed contracted chronic diarrhea at Andersonville, no medical treatment there. Request for Federal Headstone: died Jan. 21, 98 Callensburg, Clarion Co.; buried Jan. 24 Callensburg Cem. (no dates). April 25, 98 widow Susan pension #675024/485701.

NEFF, Martin: Dec. 1, 62 Plumville, Indiana Co. enrolled. Pvt.; Co. G; m: Feb. 22, 62 Kittanning (mil), Jan. 10, 62 (Regt.). Feb. 22 - 28, 62: at home, sick. April 30 -- Aug. 31, 62: absent sick. May 62 White House Landing: Hsp.: sick. June 12, 62 NY Times: MIA. June 26, 62 NY Tribune: aboard Str. COMMODORE Ft. Monroe-NYC. July 10, 62 NY Times: aboard Str. COMMODORE to Washington. Sep.-Dec. 62: absent sick in hospital, no pay since May 31, 62, absent where not known. Sep. 30, 62 NYC Ladies Home Hsp. and St. Joseph Hsp. Roll: discharged, disease. Casualty Sheet: Ladies Home Hasp. discharged Oct. 7, 62, Surg. Cert.-born Plumville  36  dark eyes  black hair  6’2”  farmer  has been in hospital four months with phthisis polonaise. June 25, 65 New Bern Muster Out Roll: discharged,, complete records lost, no date can be given. Pvt.; Co. B, Garrison Guards; drafted June 28, 64 Camp Reynolds (not federalized). April 8, 65 widow Elizabeth pension #88894/blank. April 10, 78 minor pension #236496/495983 - June 10, 69 Surg. Gen. Rpt.: chr. diarr Ladies Home Hosp. Sep. 30, 62 correct; furlough from Ladies Home Hosp. NYC, chr. diarr; entered Post Hsp. Draft Rendezvous, Camp Reynolds, near Pittsburgh; Oct. 18, 64 Co. B, Garrison; Nov. 24, 64 furlough; Death Cert.: Dec. 28, 64 died, at home Cowanshanop Twp., Armstrong Co.. July 8, 87 Federal Headstone: Indiana Co. Mahoning Baptist Cem., near Plumville, Plot E68.

NELSON, Andrew: Pvt.; Co. K; m: Aug. 7, 62. April 20, 64 Plymouth POW Anders. July 22, 64 Anders. died. Anders. Nat. Cern. #3822 - NELSON, Andrew. (Atwater listed Andrew Wilson Co. K 103 Pa. died July 25 diarr., #3822., Andrew Wilson KIA Battle of Kinston.)

NELSON, George W.: Pvt.; Co. K; m: Feb. 22, 62 Kittanning. Battle of 7 Pines; W. Nelson clung to the Colors when the Regt. was swept away in the collapse of the front line (Pa Archives).  May - Sep. 62: sick hosp. Aug. 15, 62 NY Tribune: aboard Str. KENNEBEC Harrison’s Landing -- Ft. Monroe -- Phila. Sep. 5, 62 Phila.: died, age 19, single, res.: Cochran’s Mills, typhoid, burial by sister. July 27, 78 father Andrew pension #238561/199261. (NOTE: not listed in History by Dickey.)

NIEDERRITER, Sebastian - Private, Co. H. Born 5 March 1845 in Germany, son of Sebald & Mary (Lechner) Niederriter. Mustered in 22 Feb 62, a 19 year old Farmer. Blue eyes, Brown hair &  5’8¼” tall. Absent Sick Oct 62 - Feb 63. Re-enlisted 27 Feb 64. Captured 20 April 64 at Plymouth, NC. Prisoner at Andersonville, GA from 4 May to 10 Sept 64. Transferred to Charleston, SC and then to Florence, SC.  Paroled 14 Dec 64 from Florence at Charleston, SC. Mustered out 25 June 65 at New Bern, NC. Discharged 13 July 65 at Harrisburg, PA. Married 13 Aug 1866 to Mary Philomena, dau. of George & Mary Ann (Siegel) Leight. Listed on 1890 Census for Marble, Clarion Co., PA. Applied 11 Aug 1890 for a pension #865415/596912. On 12 Jan 1898 he signed a document confirming that Pvt. Lower died in Florence, SC. 1890 Clarion Jacksonian: attended Clarion Co. dedication of the Soldier’s Monument. Vice Pres. Soldier’s Assoc. 1905 Andersonville PA Monument Dedication. Attended the 16 Sept 1909 reunion at Foxburg, PA. 7 Aug 1919 article in the National Tribune: letter to Editor re POW legislation, asking for pension increase “I am one of the old boarders of Andersonville and Florence prisons.” Died 22 March 1920 in Marble, PA. Buried in St. Michael's Catholic Church Cemetery, Fryburg, PA. Also listed as NITERRITER & NIDDERRITER. Headstone and Bio

NOBLE, John: Pvt.; age 16; Co. C; m: Sep. 16,61. Feb. 24, 64 Roanoke Island veteran - born Allegheny Co. 18 black eyes  dark hair  5’7”  soldier. June 25, 65 New Bern: mustered out. July 13, 65 Harrisburg: discharged. 1870: residing in a boarding house of comrade John Clark, Co. C; unable to read or write. 1890 Census: m: Sep. 16, 61-- June 25, 65; res.: Pittsb. Oct. 9, 90 pension #825752/753332. Dec. 4, 29  died. Pittsb., Ward 23,  Mary S. Brown Church Cern. buried.

NOLAN, Patrick: Pvt.; Co. I; m: Dec. 16, 61. Dec. 14, 62 Battle of Kinston: KIA.

NOLF, Adam: Cpl.; age 30; Co. D; m: Sep. 25, 61. Feb. 2, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Armstrong Co.  32  grey eyes dark hair  5’5”  laborer. Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW Anders. Paroled: Apr. 28, 65 Jacksonville (mil..); Feb. or Apr. 28, 65 (Regt.).  May 15, 65 Camp Parole. May 19, 65 Harrisburg. June 12, 65 discharged. Dec. 5, 79 pension #334580/322405. 1890 Census: m: Jan. 1, 64- May 18, 65 (2d enl.); Cpl.; rheum, heart, scurvy;  POW 1 yr 8 days; res.: Putneyville.  Jan. 10, 99 Armstrong Co. died. March 14, 99 widow Elvina pension #695105/482307.

NOLF, Barney: Pvt.; Co. D, 62 Pa.; m: July 31, 62. March 4, 63 discharged. Pvt.; Co. D; m: Jan. 15, 64.  Feb. 9, 64: born Armstrong Co. 20  brown eyes   light hair  5’5”  laborer; stated veteran but reenlistment papers lost (pay sheet). Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW Anders. April 28, 65 Jacksonville paroled. May 18, 65 discharged. April 1, 87 pension #604577/XC2715301/409027 Mich. Aug. 30, 21 Galesburg, Mich. died. Sep. 6, 21 widow May A. pension #1178605/959442 Mich. July 9, 24 contesting widow Minerva pension #122 1414/blank Pa.

NOLF (NOLE, NOFF), Levi: Pvt.; Co. D; m: Nov. 13, 61. Nov. 14, 61 to Sgt. April 20, 64 Plymouth POW Anders. Savannah  Florence. Feb. 22, 65 Wilmington paroled. March 18, 65 Annapolis Hsp. Div. #2, St. Johns College,: died, chr. diarr. March 21, 65 Annapolis Nat. Cern. #271A buried - Serg. Co. D 103 Pa. Inf. “Sp. Am. War” March 18, 65. March 16, 66 widow Catherine pension #123460/122102: comrade stated, about Oct. 64, Levi escorted, as nurse, a sick POW from Anders. to Savannah Hsp., after his death Levi went to Florence. 1890 Census: widow Catherine, no dates; res.: Putneyville. (NOTE :tombstone cannot be corrected or replaced until the cemetery replaces all the stones - Dept. of Vet. Affairs.)

NORRIS, Patrick: Pvt.; Co. E; rn: Dec. 7, 61. May 31, 62 Battle of Fair Oaks/7 Pines: KIA (Regt.). June 12, 62 NY Times: MIA. Aug. 1, 62 NY Tribune: Annapolis Gen. Hosp. List of names of those of McClellan’s Army who died here: Patrick Norris Co. E 103 Pa. wounds June 24.  April 20, 67 mother Bridget pension #145977/110808:  mother stated she learned from her neighbor Peter Gallagher, Co. E, that Patrick was wounded at Fair Oaks and died 4 days later, no info re burial; AGO Oct. 2, 67: MIA, no further info.

NUTT (NATT), Francis: Dec. 16, 61 Harrisville enrolled. Pvt.; Co. I; m: Feb. 22, 62 Kittanning. June 30 -Sep. 62: absent sick. July 10, 62 NY Tribune: aboard Str. ELM CITY Harrison’s Bar-Ft. Monroe-NYC David’s Island Hsp. Feb. 3, 64 Plymouth veteran - born Alleghany Co.  29  blue eyes  fair hair  5’8” laborer. Apr. 20, 64 Plymouth POW Anders.  Charleston   Florence. Nov. 9, 64 Florence: died, disease. Florence Nat. Cern. buried as UNKNOWN.