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90th Pennsylvania Infantry      
Company B
Elijah S. Dennis - Corporal   
Served from 1862 through 1864. Wounded
Contact Name:  Carol
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Date Added:  1/23/2016
Company B
Thomas Leech - 1st Sergeant   
Thomas was my GGrandfather. b. 1832, d1892. Served 3+ years. Assigned to Brigade Hq. Guard in 1862-1864. Enlisted at Northumberland County Pennsylvania.
Contact Name:  John Leach
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Date Added:  3/4/2015
Company D
Levi S. Bennethum - Sergeant   
After serving with the three-month 14th Pennsylvania at the start of the war, my GGG-Grandfather, Levi Bennethum enlisted with Co. D, 90th Pennsylvania. From a muster-in rank of Corporal, he was later promoted to Sergeant. He saw action at Antietam, Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, and Petersburg. From January until April 1864, he was assigned to the recruiting service in Philadelphia, returning to the regiment at Petersburg in June of that year. He died in 1915 and is buried in Womelsdorf, Berks County, Pennsylvania.
Contact Name:  Steven Heffner
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Date Added:  11/5/2006
Company F
Nathan Charles Raymond - Captain   
Civil War Record 1862-1863:
Date of muster: Jan. 10, 1862. Wounded at the 2nd Battle of Manasas (Bull Run), August 30, 1862. Promoted to 1st Lt. of Company F, March 1863. Resigned as Capt. of Company D, 90th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers & discharged Oct. 22, 1863. Resigned Capt. of Company F, 90th Infantry Regiment Pennsylvania on 01 November 1863.
Sources:
Bates, Samuel, History of Pennsylvania Volunteers (Harrisburg, 1869-71) vol. 1, 176-184 (19th Pennsylvania Infantry); vol 3, 151-185 (90th Pennsylvania Infantry).

In 1871 Nathan received a PA War Pension (eventually his widow also received one)
Name: Raymond, Nathan
Wife: Raymond, Mary J.
Invalid: March 24, 1871 Application #: 164168 Certificate #: 111209
Widow: Jan. 13, 1903 Application #: 776573 Certificate #: 551.155
Nathan Raymond Images Online #: 3131 State Filed: Pennsylvania Widow: Mary J. Raymond Comments: Invalid Pension application #164168. Widows Pension application #776573.
Source: NARA records; Muster record & pension record.
Nathan C. Raymond was the son of John Raymond & Elizabeth Parcell of NJ. He was born 27 Mar 1830 in NJ. He married Mary Jennifer Poole Mar 1870 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA. He died 03 Jan 1903 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA. He is buried in Philadelphia Memorial Park, Philadelphia, PA.
Contact Name:  Barbara Selletti
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Date Added:  5/27/2005
Company H
William Harrison Smith - Private   
Great grandfather. Joined the 90th PA Volunteers as a teenager in 1861. Remained in the regiment until 1864 when the regiment was dissolved. He transferred to the 11th PA Infantry and was present at Appomattox at the time of Gen. Lee's surrender.
Contact Name:  David Parker
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Date Added:  6/26/2017
Company I
Henry Born - Private   
Enlisted 9/17/61. Transferred to Co. B 4/30/62.
Contact Name:  John Born
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Date Added:  10/19/2007
Company I
Mahlon Hibbs - Private   
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Contact Name:  Dan Williamson
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Date Added:  8/30/2013
Company K
Thomas Elliott Berger - Sergeant   
Thomas Berger, (my g-grandfather), was a color bearer, and sur- vived Gettysburg; he was wounded twice, once at Fredrictsburg, (before Gettysburg), in the right thigh, and (after Gettysburg) in the left forearm, at the Wilderness.He lived to be 65.d-1921 A great book on the 90th P.A. Vol. Infantry,''The Last Man and the Last Life'', by James Durkin, follows ''the 90th'' from its'' inception through the entire war, with a vivid, detailed des- cription of each battle, bases on letters and diaries of those who fought in the battles. Really worthwhile reading!
Contact Name:  Lewis Berger
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Date Added:  2/28/2002
Company K
Josiah Pancoast - Private   
wounded at Fredricksburg 12/13/1862.He was my Great/Great Grandfather(his daughter lived with us).
Contact Name:  Ron Ambrose
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Date Added:  9/5/2006
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