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Company Unknown
Amos Benner - Private   
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Contact Name:  Harold Reemsnyder
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Contact Homepage:  HSReemsnyder@cs.com
Date Added:  9/24/2006
Company Unknown
James Sanks Brisbin - 2nd Lieutenant   
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Contact Name:  P. James Brisbin
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Date Added:  4/26/2013
Company Unknown
Simon Penrod - Corporal   
Simon Penrod joined Company M in Dec 1863, one month after his 18th birthday. His father, Solomon, was a vetinary surgeon in the same regiment. Simon was promoted to corporal at age 19. After the war he became a miner, moving to Colorado after 1870.
Contact Name:  Clare Anderson
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Date Added:  4/10/2002
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Solomon Penrod - Other   
Solomon Penrod joined M Company in October 1861 as a Saddler Sergeant. He was later made Vetinary Surgeon. A blacksmith by trade, his skill with horses was clearly valuable. His regiment was at Gettysburg, Five Forks and the surrender at Appomattox Court House. Solomon claimed a pension in 1877 and died 1884.
Contact Name:  Clare Anderson
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Date Added:  4/10/2002
Company A
brian christopher clifford - Sergeant Major   
he fought with dignity and morale. non the less, he fought and died for his country
Contact Name:  joe
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Contact Homepage:  www.joe.com
Date Added:  4/16/2008
Company B
James Henry Aaron - 2nd Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Paul
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Date Added:  8/1/2010
Company B
Arthur O'Malley - Private   
Arthur O'Malley (my Great-Great Grandfather) enlisted in the Second Pennsylvania Calvary in Scranton, PA on 8/21/1863 at the age of 42. He served in the Second Pennsylvania with his son John O'Malley (my Great Grandfather). At War's end John was a Sergeant hospitalized in Alexandria, VA. Arthur and the remaining Second Pennsylvania were merged into the First Pennsylvania Provisional Calvary on 6/1/1865. Arthur was discharged from service by General Order on 6/24/1865.
Contact Name:  Norm
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Date Added:  10/9/2011
Company B
John O'Malley - Sergeant   
John O'Malley (my Great Grandfather) served in the Second Pennsylvania Calvary with his father Arthur O'Malley (my Great-Great Grandfather). At War's end John was a Sergeant hospitalized in Alexandria, VA. His father, Arthur and the remaining Second Pennsylvania were merged into the First Pennsylvania Provisional Calvary on 6/1/1865. Arthur was discharged from service by General Order on 6/24/1865.
Contact Name:  Norm
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Date Added:  10/9/2011
Company C
Oscar H. Shields - Sergeant   
Oscar H. Shields was born in Philadelphia in 1826. A butcher by trade he enlisted on August 28, 1861. He served out his 3-year enlistment and was mustered out on August 28, 1864. He died in Philadelphia in 1887.
Contact Name:  Jim Rickards
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Date Added:  6/25/2019
Company D
Azariah Mast Zook - Private   
Musted in on November 5, 1861.
Died 20 Oct. 1862.
Buried at the Military Asylum Cemetery, Washington DC
Contact Name:  Joel Rodgers
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Date Added:  10/1/2009
Company F
Daniel R Dain - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Diana (Dain) Truxell
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Date Added:  6/30/2006
Company F
Chester Sherrod - Private   
Younger brother of Alfred Sherrod of the 83rd PVI Co D. As the war was winding down in 1865, Chester Sherrod enlisted in Spring township, Crawford County in the 2nd Rgt 59th Vols and transferred to the 1st Provisional Calvary, Company F on June 1st.
Contact Name:  M Konruff
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Date Added:  5/30/2015
Company G
Abraham Long Hershey - Private   
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Contact Name:  robin stevens
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Date Added:  2/9/2004
Company L
nathan r menold - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  lyndrea menold wieber
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Date Added:  1/9/2005
Company M
John Cramer - Private   
John Cramer transferred from the 1st Pennsylvania Cavalry on 17 December 1863. He was wounded 0n 14 May 1864 near the meadow bridge crossing the Chickahominy. Spent May - October 1864 in Hammond USA Hospital at Point Lookout MD. Returned to duty November 1864 and was discharged on 13 July 1865. Died 7 March 1886.
Contact Name:  Howard Gerbert
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Date Added:  2/12/2007
Company M
Samuel L.C. Steck - Bugler   
Samuel Steck was my great, Great grandfater. He was mustered in in oct 1 1861. His name is under sergeants on the 2nd cavalry 59TH regiment monument at gettysbugh. Mustered out with the 1st provisional cavalry in july 1865.
Contact Name:  Samuel Steck
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Date Added:  11/16/2011
Company M
Theodore steck - Private   
Theodore Steck Was my Great Great uncle, he mustered in the 2nd PA Cavalry July 1st 1863. The first day of Gettysburg Battle, I belive the arrived at Gettysburg on july 2nd as Provost Guard to General Meade. His brother, my Great Great Grandfather Samuel L C Steck was also in the same company. They mustered out in july of 65.
Contact Name:  samuel steck
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Date Added:  10/9/2012
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