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190th Pennsylvania Infantry      
Company Unknown
Volney M. LeValley - Private   
Volney was a member of Co.C 41st P.V.I. when his enlistment was up he reenlisted and became part of the 190th PVI. He was a POW (Battle of Weldon Railroad) and survived the war.

He lived,died and is buried in Covington PA.

See entry for 41st PVI for more detail.
Contact Name:  Guy Glenn LeValley
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Date Added:  9/13/2009
Company A
William H. Mumper - Private   
Same William as Co. K, 1st Penn. Res. & 30th Penn.
Contact Name:  John M. Mumper
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Date Added:  6/7/2004
Company E
Wallace Mordecai Moore - Corporal   
On 29 Apr 1861 Wallace enlisted as a Private in Company E 13 Pennsylvania Res. Inf. (42 Pa. Vols. and 1 Pa. Rifles, Pa Bucktails) at Wellsboro, Pennsylvania and was mustered In 31 May 1861 as a Corporal. He served in 10 engagements. He was captured on June 27, 1862 at Mechanicsville/Gaines Mill and released Aug. 5, 1862. He was also wounded at Fredericksburg, on December 13, 1862 and served at Spottsylvania Court House, May 8, 1864. On May 31, 1864, when his original unit was disbanded, he transferred to 190th Pennsylvania Volunteers. He lost his right arm in the fight at Weldon railroad August 19, 1864. He was Discharged at the end of the war as a Corporal. Sources: (a) History of Tioga County, Pennsylvania History of Tioga County, Pennsylvania, (W. W. Munsell & Co., New York : 1883) PP 138-144 (b) New Jersey Civil War Record: Page 1456 (http://www.njstatelib.org/NJ_Information/Searchable_Publications/civilwar/NJCWn1456.html) (c) http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/w/o/John-Swords/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0069.html
Contact Name:  Alan R. Ford
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Date Added:  1/12/2007
Company I
Franklin J Dailey - Private   
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Contact Name:  Virginia Marsh
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Date Added:  4/25/2011
Company K
Jamison C. Dunn - Private   
Mustered In 26 Aug 1862. Discharged 01 Jun 1865. Died 03 Nov 1913 in Pretty Prairie, Reno County, Kansas. Jamison was a son of Robert Adams Dunn and Jane Barbour (Barber).

Contact Name:  Dale L. Barton
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Date Added:  1/28/2010
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