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Witt C. Hoig*, James E. Catlin and Andrew Strong.

First Sergeants: Samuel Haynes, James E. CatUn, Edward B. CarveyJ, Decatur
Dickinson, John B. Emery and Martin G. Clark.

Sergeants: "William HofEmant, John HaneockJ, Justus D. Strait, Philo CarleJ,
John B. Emery, Alonzo Bordon*, Malcom A. Eoycef and Solon S. Darttf.

Corporals: Warden E. TylerJ, Walter E. Marsh, Manning C. May, Albert Sax-
buryt, Abram C. Ellsworth, John L. JohnsonJ, Seyman Hancock, Charles F. Keed,
John H. Buckley t, Wright Kedington*, Darius Kriner and Ovid H. Andrewsf.

Musicians: Washington .Larrison, Emanuel E. Hippie and Charles H. Strait.

Privates: James Adams, Henry Albright, John S. Button, Peter Boyle, James
A. Buck, Lewis Baker, John Barr, Dwight Blackmore, Seth D. Baxter, S. J. Barnes,
Warner Button*, John S. Beachf, Jasper Bowker*, Zadock Butler, Burton Brownf,
William V. Borden, Lewis Bacon, John W. Carle, Newberry CloosJ, Joseph Cahn,
Joseph Cowdent, John Cleary, Jehiel Case*, Eansford Campbellf, Eobert Cooper,
Amasa Dodge, Seldon B. Dimmick, Samuel M. Donley, John Deitrich, James S.
Donleyt, Eli Dickensf, George Duncan, Thomas Degan, Alva Dickens, Charles C.
EdsonJ, Harrison D. Eastman, James English, Joseph 0. English, Lewis EUiottf,
Henry A. EUiottJ, Chester Ellis, George C. English, George English*, John A.
FletcherJ, Charles Francis, Joseph Finney, Charles Foskf, John Gillespie, Albert
M. HandyJ, Charles H. Howell, Abram E. Hahn, Henry Humphrey, Theodore
Helter, Levi H. Hahn, Francis HandyJ, William H. Hardy, Harvey Hayes, Ellis P.
Hotelling*, Charlton Handy*, Alexander Henry*, Absalom Hunsinger, Charles
Hurlburtson, James Hampson, Allen Hotelling, John Huch, Sylvester Houghton,
George Hawks, Amos Jillison, James E. Johnsonf, Darius Johnsonf, John J. John-
sonf, James E. Jonesf , Stephen F. Kennedy, John Kirkpatrickf , Thomas Lawton,
Warren Lawton, Dominick Lynch, Lewis E. Long, William Lloyd, David Langdon,
Washington Larrison, Thomas Lanning, Thomas D. Marsh, John P. Miller, Patrick
Maney, Edwin E. Mills, Lewis Myers, James Morton, George S. Mattisonf, Thomas
Mulvaney, Noah C. Morton*, Marshall M. Maynardf, William Mores, Christopher
Millerf, Charles McGhee, Spencer NewberryJ, Hiram Niver*, Silas Mverf, James
Naval*, Jeremiah Overdurf, Eobert S. Orr*, Warren Owensf, John Phillips, WilUam
Parry, Levi Pritchard, C. 0. Pemberton, Eugene B. Eoot, John EowlandJ, George
M. EesfordJ, Frederick Boss, William Eollier, John Eeilyf, Joseph Eeibsamf,
Ehesa J. Eeynolds, Edwin Eoyce, Jason Eemington, Daniel M. Shelley, James Sum-
merville, Charles Sands, Porter E. ShermanJ, Charles E. Sewell, Horace S. Sa^vyert,
Harmon H. Sawyer, Henry Smith, Samuel StumpfE, Harry Schmidt, Warren D.
Stone*, Cornelius Saxbury*, Michael Smith, Stephen Strait, Charles B. SofieldJ,
Henry W. Traverse, Jacob M. Traver, William H. Thompson, Charles H. Townsend,
Samuel J. Vanhosenf, Albert Waters, Eobert A. Williams, Alexander Wands, Wil-
liam H. Watrous, Erastus Wilson, Jehial H. Wood, Frederick Williams, Palmer B.
Watkins, John Wilkinsonf, Eook Wilkinsonf , Eobert Williams, Francis L. Wilcox,
Milon D. Wilson, Samuel Young and William Zimmerman.

* Killed or mortally wounded. J Wounded, f Died.



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FIFTY-SETENTH HEGIMENT.

This regiment was organized at Camp Curtin in December, 1861, and was
officered as follows: William Maxwell, of Mercer county, colonel; Elhannan W.
Woods, of Mercer coimty, Ueutenant-colonel, and Jeremiah Gulp, of Bradford county,
major. It participated in the siege of Yorktown and the battles and skirmishes of
Fair Oaks, Charles City Cross Koads, Malvern Hill, Second Bull Eim, Fairfax Court
House, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Mine Eun, Auburn Creek,
Kelly's Ford, Locust Grove, Wilderness, North Anna, Cold Harbor, Hatcher's Eun,
Weldon Eailroad, Fort Steadman and Sailor's Creek.

Over two-thirds of this regiment re-enlisted December 24, 1863. In January,
1865, having been greatly reduced in strength by the severity of the summer cam-
paign, it was consolidated into a battalion of six companies, and the Eighty-fourth
Pennsylvania Volunteers consolidated with it. It was mustered out of the service
at Alexandria, Virginia, June 22, 1865.

Company D of this regiment was recruited in Tioga county. Its roster is as
follows:

Captains: H. W. Caulkins, James D. Moore.

First Lieutenant: Charles 0. Etz*.

Second Lieutenants: William 0. Mattison, Cjtus P. Slavin.

Sergeants: Joseph S. Sharp, Perry C. Bristol, William Brooks, Levi Christ,
Albert Hayne, Albert P. Pew, John HayJ, Samuel Shieldsf, John T. Labar, H. F.
Westbrook*, Eichard P. Managan, Daniel Holmes.

Corporals: Adam McCormick, Jacob Lutes, Charles 1'.. Kennedy, John Tomer,
Somerville Hill, George W. Harrison, Louis Barzoni, Marion King, S. H. McCart-
neyj, Harry W. Babcock, Baker D. Ellis, Henry E. Douglass, Edwin C. Goodrich,
Seymour Ingalls, Charles Maynard, Roboit C. HillJ.

Musicians: Henry CruU, Daniel Downey, W. S. Lambacksf .

Privates: John W. Anderson, Milton M. Andrewsf, David Brest, Jackson
Breakman, Lewis F. Brest, William Bostwick, William A. Bums, Stephen S. Beeman,
Jonas Brobst, John Brooks, James H. Break, John Booth, David Baddif, E. Brannon,
Albert Bailey f, David Bowman, Charles Butler J, Elias Christ, Joseph Christwell,
William J. Crcighton, Harvey T. Christ, John Cubbison^, Hiram Clair, Patrick
Coylc, Joseph Clouts, H. A. Conger, David A. Cox, Philemon Catlin, William ChristJ,
Harvey L. Cubbison*, William II. CurtisJ, Perry Childs, Benjamin Card, P. Culvert,
Joseph Christwall, Theodore F. Deweyf, John Dobson, John Dunmire, Bruce
Dickey J, Hiram Dclonp, Henry Dewald. Gcorizc W. Douglas, Jacob Derr, John
DonpliertyJ, Harrison Davidsonf, John S. Donohue, William W. Davidsont. Robert
Davidson, John Drake*, Addison Dimmick, Thomas Dickey, Evan Kvansf, James
Mvansf, Jonn.s Furl, John Forrestf, Lewis C. Fcsscr, Dubois Freearf, William Ginhcr,
JoHojih Gaston, Robert S. Gitchell, Miles S. Green, George T. Granger, Winfield
Guishf, James Grant, Thomas Gibbons, Jr., Abram Gaskill, Elias Gcarhart, Wash-
ington TTood, Alexander nnmiltonj, Jesse Harrison. Washington P. Hill, James
HillJ, William Hageyt, S. ^f. Howard, C W. Hun)ison. John J. Harrison*, Isaac
Hollabaught, Alexander R. Hunter, Arthur Hanna, David Hay*, Henry Jones,



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230 HISTORY 03? TIOGA COUNTY.



Company G of this regiment was recruited in Bradford and Tioga counties. The
following named ofSeers and privates were from Tioga county:

First Lieutenant: A. J. B. Dartt and Charles C. Hermans*.

Second Lieutenant: Henry D. Calkins.

First Sergeant: Charles H. Van Dusen.

Sergeants: J. P. Wilcox, Noah J. Wheeler, Henry D. Calkins, Lyman L. Sperry,
Jonathan L. Moore and James H. HoweJ.,

Corporals: D. M. Eose, A. J. B. Dart, Charles H. Hertel, Henry B. Morrison,
Rozel Gile, Thomas S. Gillet, J. Scott Howe and John D. Euggles.

Privates: George W. AyresJ, Adam E. Cleveland, Eobert Calhoun, Charles
Clark, Philander Hall, Martin V. Level*, Fordyee S. Morgan, Charles M. Eumsey,
Lyman J. Eeynolds, Porter D. Eimisey, Waldo Spear, William Warters, Merritt
Woodward and C. D. Warner.

Company G was recruited in Chester, Lycoming and Tioga counties. Among
those from Tioga county were the following:

First Lieutenant: James W. Childs.

Corporal: Ira M. Warriner.

Privates: Samson Babb, Samson W. Babbf, John W. Childs and Henry Moyer*.

Company L had the following from Tioga county:

First Lieutenant: Otis G. GerouldJ.

Corporals: James Seibertf , Lloyd B. Husted.

Privates: Horace Dartt, Henry Emberger*, Sidney A. Hoagland, Jacob Hart-
man, William S. Hoagland, David S. Ireland, Alonzo L. Johnson, Henry J. Levalley,
Charles A. Marvin, Isaac Marvin, H. B. Marvin, E. W. Maynard, ISTathan Moyer,
Eichard C. Videan, James Walkerf, Isaac D. Walkerf .

ONE HUNDEED AND EIHST KEGIMENT.

This regiment was organized in October, 1861, at Camp Curtin, with the fol-
lowing officers: Joseph H. Wilson, of Beaver county, colonel; David B. Morris, of
Pittsburg, lieutenant-colonel, and Joseph S. Hoard, of Tioga county, major. It
participated in the Peninsula Campaign, and Fair Oaks, in Virginia, and at Kings-
ton, Goldsboro, Little Washington, and Plymouth, in Forth Carolina. At the last
place, April 20, 1864, the entire regiment, save those on furlough and detached ser-
vice, were taken prisoners, and were confined in Andersonville, Macon, Florence,
Savannah, Charleston and Charlotte. They were finally exchanged at Wilmington,
North Carolina, in March, 1865.

Company B of this regiment was raised in Tioga county. The roster of its
officers and men is as follows:

Captains: Joseph S. Hoard, Victor A. Elliott and Melvin L. Clark. Captain
Clark was commissioned lieutenant-colonel May 18, 1865.

First Lieutenants: Abram Young and Franklin P. Wylie.

Second Lieutenants: George G. Gaylord, Melvin L. Clark and Harvey S. Horton.

Sergeants: Melvin L. Clark, Prank P. Wylie, Harvey S. Horton, Francis M.
Shaw, Dyer J. Butts, Justus B. Clark, George Hollands and Byron M. Shawf.



* Killed or mortally wounded. % Wounded, f Died.



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Corporals: Zerbino H. Young, Stephen G. Mudge, Ezra Eipley, Solon H.
Deweyt, Perry Hillf, Phineas V. Clark, George E. CatUn, Burr E. Bailey, John Kiley.

Musicians: John W. Brown, Israel M. Dairf, Oliver H. Perry f, Seely Johns,
James E. Young.

Privates: A. P. Benjamin, William Bailey, A. H. Bacon, Ebenezer Burleyf,
Albert A. Bodinef, John J. Beach*, S. W. Cochran, C. C. ConneUy, Wallace
Codney, Gideon A. Cornell, Silas Cummings, H. W. Clark*, (2d), William B. Cam-
eronf, Edwin B. Clarkf, H. W. Clarkf, (1st), Ora L. Cleveland!, William Dair,
Patrick Delaney, Stephen Dickinson, James Debtman, Eeuben B. Dairf, Elisha
Fanning, F. T. Fairmanf, Charles S. Fishf, Henry GaylordJ, Jonathan Greeley,
William B. Gaylord, James Henry, John C. Howe, Arnold Halligist, John W. Horton,
Francis Hagar, George W. Hubbard, John L. Johnson, Horace Jaquish, Samuel W.
Jerould*, Thomas Jonesf, Oliver M. Kelley, Edward Lewis f, David Lattcrell, Elam
Morehouse, Martin Moore, Edwin A. Morley, Daniel E. ilorley, Stephen il. Miles,
Purington Maryott, Omer Morehouse, John W. Mapesf, John D. Miles, Frank M.
Murdockf, George Mudge, Stephen R. Peters, Francis Peters, Ester Palmer, George
W. Pickens, Artemus Rumsey, Dwight Ripley, John Rourke, Andrew J. Reeder,
James H. Shaw, Orin Shaw, Thomas C. Shaw, Andrew Scouten, Horry i'>. Shaw,
John W. SweetJ, Orson F. Spun-^, Samuel W. Smithf, Elisha Smithf, Warren St.
John, George W. Vance, Andrew J. Watkins, Reuben Wood, Alonzo S, Warren,
James Wilsonf, Jacob Wilds, Oscar F. Young.

ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTH REGIMENT.

This regiment had the following ollicors and men from Tioga county:

Company B — Captain: John IrvinJ.

Company C — Privates: Orson C. Colo, Almon CureJ and Richard Vandyke.

Company D — First Lieutenant: John Irvint.

Sergeants: William IrvinJ, Samuel Irvin|, Henry C. ^'eilt and James H. Hall*.

Corporals: Israel RiddleJ, Ichabod S. JonesJ, David IrvinJ, Robert Mathews,
Giles M. CoonsJ and Daniel L. Foster*.

Musician: Charles T. Whitcomb.

Privates: Andrew B. Bassett, Jr., John B. Biserf, Fidelo BiddleJ, James
Budeon, James G. Careyt, Henry Davisf, Thomas Doud*, John S. ElterJ, Darius
Griswold, Peter B. Ilerrington, Henry Herrington*, Robert M. King*, Abram King*,
James Landon, Edward Mathews*, Thomas JIathews, William Myers, George G.
Mason*, Thomas Nestor, Ambrose Reeder, Frederick Schambacher, George W.
Schnmbacherf, Eurotas l'\ Sparks, Peter Schick, Charles F. SchambacherJ, George
K. Tripp. Darius R. Terry, John Wilber, Lewis N. Wilberf and William Werline.

Company H — Privates: Orlando Dann, Cornelius King and James Thompson.

Company T — Privates: Eugene Budson and James R. Watts.

O.VE HUNDRED AND EIGHTH REGIMENT — ELEVENTH CAVALRY.

This regiment, originally known as "Harlan's Light Cavalry, " wa.s rai.sed during
the months of .August and Septemlier, 1861, as an independent regiment, by Col.
Josioh Harlan, of Philadelphia, under special authority from the Secretary of War.

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232 HISTOET OF TIOGA COUNTY.

The companies were from different states, A being from Iowa, portions of E and
F from New York and Pennsylvania, I from New Jersey, M from Ohio and the
remainder from Pennsylvania. Congress having only authorized the raising of
regiments by states, it was finally mustered in as the Eleventh Cavalry, with the
following officers: Josiah Harlan, colonel; Samuel P. Spear, lieutenant-colonel;
George Stetzel, Samuel Wetherell and Noah M. Eunyan, majors. It was assigned
to duty in the Army of the Potomac, and participated in numerous engagements
and skirmishes, doing a large amount of scouting duty. It was mustered out of
the service August 13, 1865.

Company F of this regiment was raised in Bradford and Tioga counties, and
across the line in New York state. The following named officers and privates were
from Tioga county:

Captain: B. B. Mitchell.

Second Lieutenant: John V. Pickering.

First Sergeants: Victor A. Elliott, promoted to captain of Company B, One
Hundred and First Pennsylvania Volunteers, March 1, 1863, and William C. Lamb*.

Quaitermaster-Sergeant: Andrew Klock.

Commissary Sergeants: W. H. Hancock and Chancy C. Ackley.

Sergeants: Eichard M. Eoss, Maurice D. Bailey, Jacob VannoyJ, Oliver P.
Barden and Henry E. Wheeler f.

Corporals: W. C. Lamb*, E. Weeks J, Charles T. Austin, Eoland Sanders, Martin
Gleason, Ira V. Williams, Chester W. FentonJ and Herman Inschof.

Buglers: B. B. Borden and A. H. Perry.

Blacksmith: George A. Eoberts.

Farrier: E. C. Westbrook.

Privates: Lorin N. Butler, Hiram Bellinger, Andrew J. Brown, Wilbur
Churchill, Jerome B. ChapmanJ, James J. Cady, Jacob H. Colestock, Thomas E.
De Pui, John M. Goodrich, James A. HawthomJ, John Hawthorn, Thomas Holiday,
Valorus E. Ives, Darius Inscho, Alvin H. IngallsJ, W. H. Kirkendall, Adelbert D.
Keeney, Daniel A. Lamb, Hamlin B. Lambf, Ira 0. Mudgef, William M. Miles, John
O'Neil, Charles C. Palmer, Charles M. Pitts, G. N. Eorenbaughf, Frank M. Spencer,
Vincent W. Swimelar*, Leander Shermant, A. H. Taylor, Frank B. Towner, Alfred
Tolesf, Jefferson Vannoy, C. N. Walker, Luther A. West and Benjamin F. West-
brook.

ONE HUNDEED AND TWENTY-SIXTH EEGIMENT.

Two companies of this regiment, A and D, were recruited in Tioga county, for
the nine months' service. A regimental organization was effected at Camp Curtin,
August 20, 1863. Charles Eyon, of Elkland, was commissioned major, and was mus-
tered out with the regiment May 29, 1863. The regiment took part in the battle
of Fredericksburg and had several men killed and wounded.

Company A was recruited in Tioga county. Its roster is as follows:

Captains: John J. Hammond and John I. Mitchell.

First Lieutenant: Eomanzo C. Bailey.

Second Lieutenants: John I. Mitchell and H. L. Prutsman.

* Killed or mortally wounded. J Wounded, f Died-



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Sergeants: H. L. Prutsman, Valentine W. Lewis, P. H. Garretson, Albert P.
Packard, Jacob Tallman and Clark W. Barrow.

Corporals: Stephen Dickerson, Samuel L. Patterson, William Warren, Henry C.
Wheeler, Monroe P. Crosley, B. W. Merrick and William H. Larcom.

Musicians: Charles M. Magarcy, Philip Petty and Hiram Bixley.
Privates: Daniel E. Bacon, Henry Beckwith, Levi Bruson, J. G. Burroughs,
Charles V. Bixley, Alpheus Button, Charles Button, Eli Barber, Charles S. Beach,
Theodore S. Bacon*, John Burgessf, Prancis M. Copp, Ealph Campbell, Oren Cline,
Nathan Case, Pranklin H. Clark, Charles W. Chase, William P. Cowan, Eubus
Clemens, George T. Dickerson, Joseph Denton, Elmer Daggett, Jerome Daggett,
Charles L. Denel, Patrick P. Donley, Charles L. Eaton, James Purgerson, John Pur-
gerson. Miles Goodwin, Amasa Gee, Charles Goodwin, William M. Gridley*, Pranklin
Herrick, Vincent Hogaboom, William H. Hunter, Charles D. Hudson, Minor Jack-
son, Erwin Keys, William Z. Knapp, Ira Keeney, James LoughridgeJ, William H.
Lawrence, Moses Losey*, Joseph S. Merrick, Elias Merrick, Charles W. Moore, Henry
J. McGowan, Philip Petty, Anson Palmerf, Chauncey Eice, Levi Eounsville,
William Eounsville, Oscar H. Eounsville, James Eussellf , Andrew J. Sutton, William
Smith, John Shellman, John Smartwood, Daniel Smartwood, Luman M. Smith,
Ezra Swope, Jr., Clinton Slocum, Stephen C. ShafE, Allen D. Seeleyf , Timothy Sul-
livan*, Henry M. Tice, Edward TJpdyke, John D. Vandyke, David Williams, Henry
Wood, William H. Wylie, Benjamin P. Walters and D. Whitehead.

Company B of this regiment contained thirty-nine officers and privates, who were
recruited by Charles Eyon, of Elkland, who was commissioned major of the regiment.
Their names are as follows:

Pirst Lieutenants: John Seeley and Nelson Doty.
Sergeant: George L. Hurlbut.

Corporals: Norman Strait, E. D. Eutherford, Seth Leroy Love.
Musician: Orville Bress.

Privates: Sylvester Bullock, Elijah Blanchard, Horatio Chisom, Hiram B.
Cameron, Henry Creeley, John Costleyf, Silas S. Dingman, Austin Flanders, W. B.
Hudson, John Hogencamp, Calvin Hober, Eobert B. Howland, Thomas JenkinsJ,
Charles Mattison* Prank Miles, V. Monroe, Johial Norton, Thomas J. Eichardson,
Stephen Eomayne, John Eose, Horace K. Eumsey, James E. StoneJ, Asa Spencer,
Luman Stevens, Solomon Vanzile, Andrew Vanzile, Prank Vastbinder, George H.
Watts, Eli White, Clark V. Worden and William E. Watkins.
Company D had the following roster:
Captain: Sylvester D. Phillips.
Pirst Lieutenant: Albert B. Cloos.
Second Lieutenants: Alva Davidson and Martin Dodge.

Sergeants: Martin Dodge, James H. Metcalf, James C. Aldrich, Ansel B.
Parker, William H. Gurnseyt and Benson B. King.

Corporals: Frederick Heyler, George W. Potter, Henry W. Grantier, William
G. Gilkey, William 0. Wakeley, Lafayette D. Hill, Theodore P. Holcomb and John
Little.



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234 HISTOBY OF TIOGA COCTNTT.



Musicians: Leroy P. Da-vis and Samuel Fletcher.

Privates: Charles P. Abbott, David C. Buck, Anson P. Boardman, Charles
Bennett, Charles Butler, Timothy Baker, William Bloom, Ansil E. Brower, Montra-
ville Brown, James Colman, William Chapman, James P. Cook, Jahiel Case, David
Case, Hiram L. Colegrove, J. E. Chamberlin, Eufus Cook, Charles W. Chasef,
Joseph P. DavisJ, Vincent Dodge, Henry Dibble, Joseph J. Doan, Samuel Donaly,
James W. Degraw, Orville Earl, Lysander J. Earl, William Edgcomb, Lott Fill-
more, Morgan Heyler, Delos D. Howe, Isaac Hunt, Milton King, Stephen Kingf,
Thomas Leanning, Delos F. Leonard, Orrin Leach, Oscar MacumberJ, John Metzgar,
Isaac L. Metcalf, William H. H. Metcalf, James Mallory, Samuel Metcalf, Orson P.
Mintonye, Charles Mulkinsf, Andrew McCoy, John McCormic, Jesse Mclntyie,
Llewellyn ISTorthrop, John A. Pearsol, Frank C. Pride, Charles Prouty, Eugene
Pritchard, Samuel Pierce, Walter B. Pritchard, Bradley N". Parker, Merrit Potter,
Sovrine Eumsey, John P. Rushmore, George N. Seely, Lyman B. Somers, Silas Taylor,
John Thomas, Philip H. Taylor, Rowland B. Tooker, John C. Tanner, Isaac Watts,
Daniel C. Wakeley, Jacob Whitmarsh, William R. Youngs, Dyer Youngs, Samuel
Youngsf, Walter S. Youngsf.

ONE HUNDEED AND FOETT-NINTH REGIMENT.

This regiment ("Bucktail Brigade") was commanded by Roy Stone. It was re-
cruited in Potter, Tioga, Lycoming, Clearfield, Clarion, Lebanon, Allegheny, Lu-
zerne, Mifflin and Huntingdon counties. It took part in the battles of Chancellors-
ville, Bethesda Church, Weldon Railroad, Gettysburg, Wilderness, Spottsylvania,
Hatcher's Run, ISTorth Anna and Petersburg. The surgeon was Dr. W. T. Humphrey,
and the chaplain Rev. J. F. Calkins, pastor of the Presbyterian church, Wellsboro.
The regiment entered the service in August, 1862, and was mustered out June 34,
1865.

Company A of this regiment was from Tioga county. Its roster is as follows:

Captains: A. J. Sofield*, Dudley A. Fish, Lewis BodineJ and Benjamin H.
WarrinerJ.

First Lieutenants: Dudley A. Fish, Lewis Bodine|, George BlackweUJ, John
Walbridget, John RexfordJ and George D. Brooks.

Second Lieutenants: Lewis BodineJ, Benjamin H. WarrinerJ, George Black-
wellj, John RexfordJ and George D. Brooks.

Sergeants: John RexfordJ, A. B. Wright, J. B. Wilcox J, George BlackweUJ,
Benjamin H. WarrinerJ, George D. BrooksJ, Edward Morse J, Cloise L. Miller, Asher
D. Cole*, Wallace W. Sofield*, Albert D. Wright, promoted to captain Forty-third
United States Colored Troops, and John L. Barnes.

Corporals: John WalbridgeJ, Albert Dale, Kathan Palmer, Austin H. Butler,
William A. Smith, Jesse W. Bordenf, Nathan Wilcox, John L. Barnes, Alfred Boy-
den, Sanford Boyden, Lyman Stowell, Henry D. Smead, Gilderoy H. Lawton, Na-
thaniel H. Wilcox*, William A. Smith*, Wilson D. Race*, William A. Noblesf, John
L. Pondf, Daniel Butler and Frank E. GoodmanJ.

Musicians: Lewis Culver and Cook Willard.

Privates: Freeman B. Ashleyf, Hiram Bardwell, Reuben Bell, Lester H. Butler,

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Philander Birch, Francis M. Butler, Marion CroftJ, Joseph ColUns, Amos Clark,
Elon Culver, George P. Christian*, John Carrol, Eeuben H. Carter, John Cole-
grovet, John E. ChafferJ, William ChurchiUJ, V. Champney, Aaron 0. DouglasJ,
George Dewey, Walter DibbleJ, James Davis, David B. Drougold, James Dunn,
Edwin W. Dimmick*, Prederick 0. Dalton*, Lewis Ernest J, Matthew Petzer*, Edwin
Fairbanksf, James C. Parleyl, Curtis Gleason*, David Hart, Jr., George Hilliar,
Charles Henry, Samuel Hartman, T. Haughenberry, Corwin Howe*, Toren Hem-
minger*, John T. HoffmanJ, Simon A. Hiltbolb, Joshua IngallsJ, Ehhu IngallsJ,
Oscar Jennings*, Prank Justice, Nicholas Kizer, Jacob Eiphart, Jr. J, Christian
Koch, Alexander KaufEman, George A. Kinney, John Kennedy, Aaron King, Jr.,
George L. Long, Henry Lyon, Augustus Lyonf, John Lyonf, Thomas B. Midliat,
Eeuben H. Martiu*, William Millard*, Eeeee MorrisJ, Ellis L. Miller, Ira T. Mclntyre,
W.*H. McCoUumJ, Thomas E. Neecel, William M. Niehols|, George A. Noblef,
Eobert E. Pond, Peter PaulJ, Joseph Petrie, Oliver W. Phillips f, William E. Price,
Eeuben Palmer, Eben W. Parkhurst, Samuel Eitton, Sylvester Eobertsonf , Thomas
H. Eootf, Wilson D. Eobison, John Eockey, Ely Eusself, Chandler Eonley, William
B. EeeseJ, Wilmot Eitter, Thomas SkeltonJ, James Stryker, Charles Stroup, Eeuben
G. Simmons, Hiram Smith, iYederiek SiegleJ, Thomas C. Sanderson, Lemuel W.
Smedley, Miles SwopeJ, George D. Sofield, Asa Smith, Henry SmithJ, Henry E.
Smith, Eden B. Titus, John C. TylerJ, Eugene A. Tremainf, James Van Dusen,
John S. WoUcott, Charles E. Warriner, James B. Warren, Jesse K. Williams, Caleb
B. Wright, Abraham Wright, Levi Wright, John Weidner, Ira Warriner, John H.
Wheeler f.

Company F had the following members from Tioga county: Alonzo B. Eastman,
and John Patterson.

Company G had the following officers and men from Tioga county: Thomas B.
Bryden, captain; Henry J. Landrus, sergeant, promoted to sergeant major; Josiah
HughesJ and James Logan*, corporals, and John Davis*.

Company K had among its members Charles L. Hoyt, second lieutenant, and
Isaac Bryantf, of Tioga county.

ONE HTJNDEED AND SEVENTT-riEST EEGIMENT DBAFTEB MILITIA.

This regiment was composed of men drafted in October, 1863, for nine months'
service. It was organized at Camp Curtin in November with the following officers:
Everard Bierer, of Payette county, colonel; Theophilus Humphrey, of Bradford
county, lieutenant-colonel, and Eobert C. Cox, of Tioga county, major. Its service
was principally in North Carolina. It was mustered out at Harrisburg, August 8,
1863.

Company A of this regiment was from Tioga county. Its muster roll is as fol-
lows:

Captain: Anson A. Amsbry.

First Lieutenants: Lucien 0. Beach and Samuel W. Love.

Second Lieutenants: Samuel W. Love, Charles Biter and William L. Keagle.

Sergeants: Samuel W. Love, William L. Keagle, Henry S. Arthur, N. M. Leve-
good, Gaston D. Walker, Thomas J. Barton, Lester S. Pisk, Oliver P. Babcock.

* Killed or mortally wounded. % Wounded, f Died.



236 HISTOET OF TIOGA COtTNTY.

Corporals: Henry S. Arthur, Gaston D. Walker, Thomas J. Barton, Lester S.
Pisk, John G. Bowman, George W. Bastian, Ora M. Kelly, Oliver M. Kelly, "William
E. Clark, Erastus P. Hill, Nelson Fulkerson, Ellis Merrill.

Musicians: Leonard E. Bombay and Joseph Brion.

Privates: Alexander Allen, George W. Anderson, John L. Allen, Leonard J.
Bradford, Henry S. Bodine, Jacob Boston, Henry 0. Bliss, Daniel Boom, Daniel
Barrett, Hiram Burdiek, Leonard J. Bradford, Francis M. Black, Eansom W. Bailey,



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