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41st Pennsylvania Infantry      
Company B
Elihu Dymond - Private   
Elihu Dymond, Private, Company B 12th PA Reserve Infantry (41st PA), recruited from Wyoming County
Enlisted 5/15/1861
Discharged for disability 4/21/1862
Contact Name:  Ron
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Date Added:  8/30/2008
Company C
Volney M LeValley - Private   
Volney was my great grand uncle. His brother Henry was my great grandfather and a member of the 7th Pennsylvania Cavlery company L.

After his enlistment expired he reenlisted and became part of the 190th P.V.I. He was taken P.O.W. at the Battle of Weldon Railroad in August 1864 and was in Belle Island and Salisbery(sp?) N.C. P.O.W.camp.

He survived the war and returned to Covington PA. where he died at a ripe old age. He is buried in the Grey Cemetery in Covington and has a G.A.R. medallion on his grave site. His brother Henry is buried in the same cemetery.
Contact Name:  Guy Glenn LeValley
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Date Added:  9/13/2009
Company D
John Good - Corporal   
I am working on confirming this recent information
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Date Added:  3/13/2005
Company H
George C Cribbs - Private   
I would like to know where he was wounded.
Contact Name:  Armour Cribbs
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Date Added:  8/7/2011
Company I
John c Rinker - 1st Sergeant   
John C. Rinker, my g.g.grandfather died in 1864 in Obisonia, Huntingdon Co. PA, from disease contracted in 1862 Pennsula Camp.
Contact Name:  Arthur fox
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Date Added:  6/12/2011
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