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215th Pennsylvania Infantry      
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Jacob Alvord - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Carol Haughey
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Date Added:  4/7/2015
Company B
John H Greer - Private   
John H. Greer is my ggg-grandfather. He was born October 31, 1822 in Westmoreland Co., PA. He married first Martha J. Cunningham on October 4, 1846 in PA and died September 7, 1894 in Mercer Co., PA. John and Martha had Robert E., Williamson J., Robert E. (different son, the first son died as a young child), Winfield Scott (AKA Walter), Mary E., Josiah, and Charles Paul Greer. I have tons of information on John H. Greer and his family. I would love to share with any family members no matter how distantly we are related. John H. Greer is the brother of Josiah Greer and Isabella Greer Michael.


John H. Greer enlisted as a Private July 15, 1861 and was mustered out June 11, 1864 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA. He fought at 2nd Bull Run, VA; Fredericksburg, VA; Gaines Mills, VA; Mechanicsville, VA; South Mountain, MD; Gettysburg, PA; Bristoe Station, VA; Catlett's Station, VA; Manassas, VA; Wilderness, VA; Spotsylvania Court House, VA; North Anna River, VA; Bethesda Church, VA and several more battles. I am very proud to be his granddaughter and have joined the Daughters of the Union Veterans of the Civil War through him.
Contact Name:  Keli Spiegel
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Date Added:  6/13/2005
Company E
albert j bohle - Private   
records base at gettysburg shows albert joined company e on a 3 month contract in 1861-no re-enlistment or discharge info
on file, shows he joined in lancaster
Contact Name:  mike bohle
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Date Added:  9/2/2008
Company E
David Yates - Private   
David Yates was father of my mother's father.
Contact Name:  Frank Cummins
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Date Added:  7/7/2006
Company F
William L. Swager - Private   
From Logstown, (Aliquippa) Pa. Regiment also know as 39th volunteers. William survived the civil war and lived until 1895.
Contact Name:  Judy
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Date Added:  6/6/2005
Company H
Bernard Durkin - Private   
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Contact Name:  Patricia Rogge
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Date Added:  8/18/2018
Company K
Alexander M. Gilkey - Corporal   
Alexander M. Gilkey joined for duty on 20 June 1861 at Camp Wilkins, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, signing in for three years service. He was mustered in 21 July 1861. He was promoted from 1st Corporal to 2nd Lieutenant 1 August 1862. He fought in the battle of Fredericksburg but went missing after the battle, having been taken prisoner and sent to Libby Prison, Richmond, Virginia. However, he was paroled and then promoted to Captain 16 May 1863. He was breveted to Major for 'gallant conduct at the battle of Fredericksburg, Virginia,' 13 March 1865. Source: National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.
Contact Name:  Cynthia McWreath
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Date Added:  10/4/2005
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