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Company A
David Herdman
- Private
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Date Added: 8/10/2011

Company B
Adam A Long
- Private
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Contact Name: Dale Long
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Date Added: 1/19/2011

Company D
Samuel M Blauch
- Private
Samuel Blauch, my ggg-grandfather was mustered into Co.G 115th PA regiment on 7/7/1862. 115th was decimated and combined with the 110th PA. Samuel was taken prisoner at the battle of Chancellorsville in May of 1863 and was held for 12 days at Belle Island. He was exchanged and returned to his unit. Was wounded slightly at the Wilderness, May 1864, but stayed with his unit. Was wounded severely in a skirmish at Hatchers Run on 10/27/1864 and was hospitalized. Returned to his unit after a 20 day furlough and back into service. Mustered out 6/11/1865
Contact Name: Jeffrey Dove
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Date Added: 2/28/2008

Company E
Thomas KIlday
- Private
Name: Thomas Kilday ,
Enlistment Date: 20 September 1861
Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Unit Numbers: 2087 2087
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 20 September 1861
Enlisted in Company E, 110th Infantry Regiment Pennsylvania on 20 September 1861.Wounded on 17 September 1864
Mustered out Company E, 110th Infantry Regiment Pennsylvania on 28 June 1865 He was admitted to the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers on November 14, 1906 at
the age of 70. He died at the Central Branch, Dayton, Ohio on January 14,1919.
Contact Name: Leo McFarland
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Date Added: 9/27/2009

Company H
William Andrew Kelly
- Private
Mustered in Feb.12, 1864. MIA May 12, 1864. William had a half-brother, George Peter Kelly, who was also in the 110th Pennsylvania. George Peter was a sharpshooter and survived the war.
Contact Name: Fred L. Kelly
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Date Added: 7/8/2007

Company H
Thomas Montgomery
- Private
mustered in Sept 18, 1862. 45 y/o at enlistment. Wounded May 6, 1864. Killed 'on skirmish line near Amelia Court House April 6, 1865'.
Contact Name: R Montgomery
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Date Added: 11/17/2010

Company H
Samuel M. Myers
- Private
Samuel Myers enlisted to serve the Union on August 29, 1862. His term of enlistment was put down as ''War''. His age was 23 years. His unit, Company H of the 110th Regiment, PA Infantry, was formed in Pennsylvania. He joined the Company at its original organization and participated in: the Battle of Fredericksburg on December 13, 1862: Battle of Chancellorship, VA, May 2&3, 1863; and was was wounded on the second day of the battle of Gettysburg. His unit was advanced to the Peach Orchard and took heavy losses. Samuel was moved to Mower General Hospital in Philadelphia where he died of exhaustion according to the death certificate on November 9, 1864. He was 25 years old at the time. He was buried at Odd Fellow Cemetery in Philadelphia, PA on November 17, 1864.

At the time of his enlistment, he had blue eyes, light brown hair, fair complexion and was 5''8'' tall.
Contact Name: CE Taylor
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Date Added: 1/2/2004

Company K
Alfred Shaw
- Corporal
Enlisted on 10/24/1861 as a Corporal.
On 10/24/1861 he mustered into Company 'K' transfer into 'A' Company.
Promoted to full Hospital Steward date of promotion unknown.
Discharged on 10-24-64.(Exp.Term.Dates)
Age at enrollment 23 years old.
Occupation was a School Teacher before the war.
Residence:Clearfield County.PA

Contact Name: Kelly Lassiter
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Date Added: 3/6/2009

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