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68th Pennsylvania Infantry      
Company A
Albert Singer - Private   
This is my great grand uncle who served in the 68th Pennsylvania Infantry from it's formation in Phila in Aug 1862 until it mustered out in June 1865. He appears on the monument for this group at Gettysbury. I have other info on him and have examined his pension file at the National Archives in Washinton, DC.
Contact Name:  Barbara Breeden
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Date Added:  5/30/2013
Company B
Leidy Bilger - Private   
My father's mother lived in Collingdale, PA, 1888-1970?? Told me that her grandfather (??) Leidy Bilger fought at Gettysburg. His name is on the Pennsylvania monument at Gettysburg. I have copy of 68th Pennsylvania regiment activities throughout war, mustering in, battles, movements, and eventual discharge in July, 1865. Am assuming that Leidy Bilger survived the Civil War t0 have children.
Contact Name:  Ray Fisher
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Contact Homepage:  Mayfield
Date Added:  6/20/2012
Company D
John J Wright - Private   
TO my knowledge this was my Great-Great Grandfather
Contact Name:  Dan Wright
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Date Added:  7/8/2015
Company F
christian freck - Private   
Christian Freck and his friend Adolph Snow from Progress - now Riverside, N.J. went to Phila. Pa.where it payed more money, enlisted in the 68th inf. Regt. both made it through the war.. Snow is in Riverside cemetary,, Freck in Burlington odd fellows since 1924,, he is my great uncle..Col. Andrew H. Tippin Regt. Commander, Co. Com. Lt. Lewis W. Ealer..The 68th 1st Division, 3rd Corps. captured prisoners Lt. General Ewell ,, Major General Custis Lee ,, Gen. Kershaw and other Generals + 600 low grade officers
Contact Name:  bob knoll
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Date Added:  7/12/2005
Company F
Samuel Shuster - Sergeant   
Looking for all info.
Contact Name:  Jack Shuster
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Date Added:  6/11/2005
Company F
Adolph Snow - Private   
Adolph Snow went across the river from Riverside, N.J. to join the 68th Pa. Inf. Regt.Co. F with his friend Christian Freck who also spoke German, both of there names are on the brass plaque of the Pa. monument at Gettysburg, Snow is buried at Riverside, Cemetary, they were also at Fredericksburg, Chancellerville, Wapping Heights, Auburn, Wilderness, & Petersburg
Contact Name:  bobcolt
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Date Added:  10/18/2005
Company G
Adam Howard Pickel - Private   
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Contact Name:  Reed Engle
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Date Added:  7/6/2009
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