Company A
63rd Pennsylvania Infantry

Recruited in Allegheny County
After the first battle of Bull Run, when the President issued his next call for men to serve for three years, a portion of the Braddock Company went to White Ash, where they were joined by a number of others, and a full company was raised.

About August 1st they went to Pittsburgh and were placed in Camp Wilkins, formerly the old fairgrounds. They now became Company, Sixty-third regiment.

On August 26, 1861, the company, with a number of others, left Pittsburgh and went to Washington, D.C. They went into camp as what was known as “Camp Sprague”.

On September 28th they crossed the Potomac at Alexandria, and encamped on the Leesburg Pike, at what was called “Camp Shields”, where they remained until October 14th, when the regiment moved across Hunting Creek and encamped on the farm of George Mason, on the road leading from Alexandria to Accotink, and near Fort Lyon.

This was known as Camp Johnston, and here they remained until March 17, 1862, when they embarked on transports at Alexandra, and were taken to Fortress Monroe, when they landed and encamped for a short time at Hampton, from whence the Peninsular campaign began.

It was one of the best companies in the regiment, and lost more men in killed, wounded and prisoners than any company in the Sixty-third. Out of one hundred and fifty men, but twenty-two returned at the end of their three years' enlistment, while forty-eight re-enlisted and became Veteran Volunteers, serving until the Confederacy went down and the Cause of the Union was triumphant. It participated in every battle and skirmish in which the regiment was engaged and occupying the point of honor at the right of the line, its loss was accordingly great. The best of harmony always existed between the officers and men, and out of one hundred and fifty men, but four have the mark of deserter charged against them, and but one of the officers resigned, while two were dismissed from the service. After the transfer of the regiment in the Peninsula, and while prosecuting the siege of Yorktown, the company suffered much from sickness and was engaged in the first encounter with the rebels in which Joseph M. Thompson was killed. After the Battle of Williamsburg, Company A was the first to enter the town. The memorable march up the peninsula followed, and in the Battle of Fair Oaks, May 31, 1862, Company A lost very heavily.

It took an active part in the seven days' fighting before Richmond and suffered heavy loss at Charles City Cross Roads, June 30, 1862. In August of the same year, the Army of the Potomac being ordered to move to the support of Pope, who was being badly whipped on the Rappahannock, Company A, at the head of the Sixty-third, left the Peninsula and on the 29th it did effective work at Second Bull Run. Also on September 1st at Chantilly, where the brave Kearney fell.

On December 12, 1862, it was placed in the front at Fredericksburg, where it remained forty-eight hours before being relieved. Going into winter quarters near Falmouth until January 2, 1863, when it took part in the famous “stick-in-the-mud” march under General Burnside. On May 3, 1863, it took a prominent part in the bloody battle of Chancellorsville, and it was there that the brave Captain Smith lost his life. Smith was universally lamented by the company. A cooler or braver officer never led men into battle. He never shirked danger and was a stranger to fear.

On June 11, 1863, they started on the Gettysburg campaign, and on the morning of July 2nd the company was deployed as skirmishers along the Emmetsburg Pike. Again, after Lee's retreat from Pennsylvania, the company did effective work as skirmishers at Wapping Heights. At Culpepper it was reinforced by a number of conscripts. At Auburn Mills and Kelly's Ford it was again hotly engaged, and also participated in skirmishes at Locust Grove. The regiment went into winter quarters at Brandy Station. The terrible battles of the Wilderness followed in the early part of May, 0864, and Company A sustained its well-earned reputation for hard fighting.

From this point until they arrived before Petersburg, it may be called one continual fight until the 14th day of June, and in all these battles and skirmishes Company A took an active part. While lying in front of Petersburg, skirmishing and fighting was of daily occurrence until August 1st, when the veterans and recruits having been transferred to the One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, twenty-two men, the sole survivors left of the immense company of one hundred and fifty men, were mustered out and returned to their homes.

Company A has the proud distinction of capturing the only Confederate flag taken by the Sixty-third during the war, Sergeant John M. Kendig having captured the battle flag of the Twenty-eighth North Carolina Regiment, at Spottsylvania, Va., on May 12, 1864.

Killed 20
Died from wounds 6
Died in rebel prisons 6
Died of disease 9
Discharged on account of wounds and disability 32
Deserted 4
Re-enlisted and transferred to other regiments. . 48
Dismissed from service 2
Resigned 1
Mustered out with company 22
Total enrolled 150
Wounded in action 36

J. M. C. BERRINGER, Captain Mustered in August 1, 1861. In command of company until July 26, 1862, when he was dismissed from service.

WILLIAM SMITH, First Lieutenant Mustered in August 1, 1861. Wounded at Fair Oaks, May 31, 1862. Promoted to Captain July 26, 1862, vice Berringer. Killed at Chancellorsville May 3, 1863.

WILLIAM N. HAYMAKER, Second Lieutenant Mustered in August 1, 1861. Promoted to Quartermaster March 5, 1862. Wounded at Fair Oaks, Va., May 31, 1862. Mustered out with company. Died March 13, 1904, at Turtle Creek, Pa. Buried Cross Roads cemetery, Monroeville, Pa.

A. O. LAUFMAN, First Sergeant Mustered in August 1, 1861. Promoted to Second Lieutenant March 5, 1862. Resigned July 26, 1862.

J. W. ADAMS, Second Sergeant Mustered in August 1, 1861. Promoted to First Sergeant March 5, 1862; afterwards became a member of the band. Mustered out with company. Died October 16, 1906, at Braddock, Pa. Buried Versailles cemetery, McKeesport, Pa.

SAMUEL L. PEDAN, Third Sergeant Mustered in August 1, 1861. Promoted to First Sergeant July 15, 1862; to Second Lieutenant July 26, 1862; to First Lieutenant July 1, 1863. Dismissed from service by sentence of general court martial November 2, 1863. Died since the war.

RUDOLPH J. MARTI, Fourth Sergeant Mustered in August 1, 1861. Discharged on account of disability August 2, 1862. Died October 4, 1900, at National Military Home, Ohio, and buried there.

JAMES L. PAUL, Fifth Sergeant Mustered in August 1, 1861.  Promoted to Corporal and to Sergeant. Wounded at Gettysburg, Pa., July 2, 1863. Re-enlisted. Veteran Volunteer. Transferred to Company I, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers.

WILLIAM P. HUNKER Mustered in August 1, 1861. Promoted to Quartermaster Sergeant November, 1861; to First Lieutenant July 26, 1862, and to Captain May 4, 1863. Wounded three times. Mustered out with company. Died Clermont, Pa., May 2, 1906.

ISAAC MILLS, JR. Mustered in August 1, 1861. Promoted to Second Lieutenant July 5, 1863, and to First Lieutenant March 1, 1864. Mustered out with company. Died Braddock, Pa., March 4, 1902. Buried there.

JOHNS A. YOUNG Mustered in October 9, 1861. Made clerk in Brigade Commissary October, 1862. Promoted to Sergeant Major June 3, 1863, and to Adjutant June 3, 1864. Mustered out with company.

JAMES C. QUINTER Mustered in August 1, 1861. Promoted to Corporal and Sergeant. Severely wounded. Re-enlisted. Veteran Volunteer. Transferred to Company I, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps, December 20, 1864.

DANIEL OSKINS Mustered in August 1, 1861. Wounded at Fair Oaks May 31, 1862. Promoted to Corporal December 7, 1862, and to Sergeant November 24, 1863. Mustered out with company.

B. FRANK SHAFER Mustered in August 1, 1861. Promoted to Sergeant March 10, 1862. Prisoner from May 12 to November .30, 1864. Discharged for disability February 16, 1865.

GEORGE M. GIBSON Mustered in August 1, 1861. Promoted to Sergeant. Re-enlisted. Veteran Volunteer. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died at Braddock, Pa., February 23, 1908.

ISAAC McKEAG Mustered in August 1, 1861. Wounded at Chancellorsville, May 3, 1863. Discharged for disability November 24, 1863. Died after the war.

CORPORALS.

JOHN HAYMAKER Mustered in August 1, 1861. Wounded at Nelson's farm, June 30, 1862. Promoted to Corporal July, 1863.  Mustered out with company. Died Calhoun county, W. Va., October, 1901. Buried there.

THOMAS M. SHANNON Mustered in August 1, 1861. Wounded at Second Bull Run and at North Anna River. Promoted to Corporal February 24, 1864. Mustered out with company.

AARON CUBBERT- Mustered in August 1, 1861. Wounded at the Wilderness, May 5, 1864. Promoted to Corporal. Mustered out with company.

JOHN McCUTCHEON Mustered in August 1, 1861. Killed at Fair Oaks, May 31, 1862.

ROBERT MURRAY Mustered in August 1, 1861. Killed at the Wilderness, May 5, 1864. Buried in the National cemetery at City Point, Va. Grave 2918.

JOHN M. KENDIG Mustered in August 1, 1861. Promoted to Sergeant. Re-enliste>d. Veteran Volunteer. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Captured Confederate battle flag of Twenty-eighth North Carolina Regiment, May 12, 1864, at Spottsylvania, Va.

JAMES MILLER Mustered in August 1, 1861. Killed at the Wilderness, May 6, 1864.

CHARLES A. McCOSH Mustered in August 1, 1861. Wounded at Fair Oaks, May 31, 1862. Re-enlisted. Veteran Volunteer.  Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Killed in fight at St. Louis, Mo., August 28, 1899. Buried there.

JESSE MORRIS Mustered in August 1, 1861. Promoted to Corporal and to Sergeant. Wounded at Fair Oaks, Va., May 31, 1862. Discharged March 12, 1863, on account of wounds received at Fair Oaks.

GEORGE HOERR Mustered in August 1, 1861. Lost an arm at Chancellorsville, May 3, 1863; arm amputated within Confederate lines. Discharged for disability January 20, 1864.

JACOB R. LONG Mustered in August 1, 1861. Discharged for disability December 18, 1862. Died since the war.

MUSICIANS.

W. H. MORROW Mustered in August 1, 1861. Promoted to Fife Major November, 1861. Discharged on surgeon's certificate at Point Lookout Hospital, Maryland, December 26, 1863.

JOHN MONTGOMERY Mustered in August 1, 1861. Promoted to Drum Major November, 1861. Reduced March, 1862. Discharged for disability August 21, 1862. Died after the war.

ROBERT McWILLIAMS Mustered in August 1, 1861. Mustered out with company. Died 1902, at Sardis, Pa.

PRIVATES.

J. M. ANDERSON Mustered in August 1, 1861. Discharged for disability October 8, 1862. Died since the war.

ROBERT H. BATES Mustered in August 1, 1861. Mustered out with company.

MILTON BARNETT Mustered in August 1, 1861. Wounded at Fair Oaks, May 31, 1862. Mustered out with company.

WILLIAM F. BITNER Mustered in August 1, 1861. Wounded at Fair Oaks, May 31, 1862. Re-enlisted. Veteran Volunteer.  After the war enlisted in the Regular Army and was frozen to death in Wyoming Territory, in the winter of 1871.

JOHN BOYLE Mustered in August 1, 1861. Wounded at Fair Oaks, May 31, 1862, also at Chancellorsville, May 3, 1863. Veteran Volunteer.

ANDREW J. BROWN Mustered in August 1, 1861. Discharged on surgeon's certificate April 27, 1862. Drafted and returned to company July 10, 1863. Deserted May 7, 1864.

PATRICK BURNS Mustered in August 1, 1861. Promoted to Corporal. Wounded at Fair Oaks, Va., May 31, 1862. Deserted August 13, 1862, after right with superior officer.

DAVID BURKEY Mustered in August 1, 1861. Died of typhoid fever at Fair Oaks, June 24, 1862.

WILLIAM C. BEECHER Mustered in August 1, 1861. Killed in action May 23, 1864.

ROBERT BARR Mustered in _________. Missing at the Wilderness, May 7, 1864. Supposed to have been killed.

ROBERT CAMPBELL Mustered in August 1, 1861. Mustered out with the company.

GEORGE COLSTON Mustered in August 1, 1861. Veteran Volunteer. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died since the war.

WILLIAM W. CLELAND Mustered in August 1, 1861. Mustered out with the company.

JAMES CREIGHTON Mustered in August 1, 1861. Paroled prisoner. Deserted May, 1863.

HEZEKIAH CRAIG Mustered in August 1, 1861. Died of typhoid fever at Fair Oaks, June 23, 1862.

SAMUEL DEITRICK Mustered in August 1, 1861. Mustered out with company. Died since the war.

WILLIAM DAVIDSON Mustered in August 1, 1861. Wounded at the Orchards, June 25, 1862. Discharged for disability December 24, 1862.

FRANK DUNBAR Mustered in August 1, 1861. Wounded at Fair Oaks, May 31, 1862. Discharged for disability December 30, 1862.

ALPHEUUS FRY Mustered in August 1, 1861. Deserted from hospital in Philadelphia, December, 1863. Returned for duty February 14, 1864. Wounded at North Anna, May 23, 1864. Absent wounded at muster out.

JACOB FRY Mustered in August 1, 1861. Wounded at Nelson's Farm, Va., June 30, 1862. Mustered out with company.

JAMES FAIR Mustered in August 1, 3861. Re-enlisted. Veteran Volunteer. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died since the war.

DAVID FREE Mustered in _________. Discharged on surgeon's certificate, February 11, 1863. Died since the war.

PETER GEIGER- Mustered in August 1, 1861. Wounded June 18, 1864. Mustered out with company. Died May 19, 1900, at Suterville, Pa.

HENRY T. GATERMAN Mustered in August 1, 1861. Died in hospital at Philadelphia, August 24, 1862.

HENRY GARDNER Mustered in August 1, 1861. Discharged on surgeon's certificate, September 13, 1862. Died since the war.

WASHINGTON GEER Mustered in August 1, 1861. Discharged on surgeon's certificate, February 20, 1863. Died since the war.

LAWTSON GREEN Mustered in August 1, 1861. Discharged on surgeon's certificate, February 17, 1864. Died since the war.

MICHAEL HAYMAKER Mustered in August 1, 1861. Served as clerk in Brigade Quartermaster's department. Mustered out with company. Died January 28, 1901, at Murraysville, Pa.  Buried Cross Roads churchyard, Monreoville, Pa.

ABRAHAM HEISLEY Mustered in August 1, 1861. Absent on detached service at muster out.

JAMES HARE Mustered in August 1, 1861. Veteran Volunteer.  Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died since the war.

SAMUEL HAMILTON Mustered in August 1, 1861. Discharged on surgeon's certificate, September 25, 1862. Died since the war.

CHRISTIAN HALTZHOUSE Mustered in August 1, 1861. Taken prisoner and died in Andersonville prison, September 18, 1864.  Grave 9123.

THOMAS HADDON Mustered in August 1, 1861. Discharged on, surgeon's certificate, March 28, 1862.

JAMES HUTTON Mustered in August 1, 1861. Died of typhoid fever at Fair Oaks, June 7, 1862.

FRANK HOFFMAN Mustered in August 1, 1861. Discharged on surgeon's certificate, December 2, 1862. Died since the war.

MATHIAS HISSEY Mustered in August 1, 1861. Missing in action August 29, 1862.

WILLIAM W. HAYS Mustered in August 1, 1861. Veteran Volunteer. Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps December 9, 1863.  Died since the war.

JOHN H. HOLLY Mustered in August 1, 1861. Wounded at Chancellorsville, May 3, 1863. Died from effects of wound May 24, 1863.

PETER HAMMIL Mustered in August 1, 1861. Wounded at Fair Oaks, May 31, 1862. Deserted October 20, 1862.

JONATHAN JAMISON Mustered in August 1, 1861. Wounded at Fair Oaks, May 31, 1862. Re-enlisted, Veteran Volunteer.  Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died since the war.

THOMAS KENNEY Mustered in August 1, 1861. Discharged on surgeon's certificate, December 21, 1861. Died February 14, 1907, at National Military Home, Ohio, and buried there.

CYRUS KUNKLE Mustered in August 1, 1861. Discharged on surgeon's certificate, February 14, 1863. Died since the war.

ROBERT J. LINTON Mustered in August 1, 1861. Killed at Fair Oaks, May 31, 1862.

JOHN LEHMIRE Mustered in August 1, 1861. Died November 8, 1862. Buried Military Asylum cemetery, Washington, D. C.

DAVID B. LUDWICK Mustered in August 1, 1861. Killed at Nelson's Farm, June 30, 1862.

AARON LlNDERMAN Mustered in August 1, 1861. Died December 15, 1863, of wounds received at Mine Run, Va., November 26, 1863. Buried National cemetery, Alexandria, Va. Grave 1198.

NATHANIEL LOWRY Mustered in August 1, 1861. Killed at Fair Oaks, May 31, 1862.

MATHEW MITCHELL Mustered in August 1, 1861. Discharged November 19, 1861, by order of Dr. Crawford. Died since the war.

JAMES MAXWELL Mustered in August 1, 1861. Killed at Fair Oaks, May 31, 1862.

JAMES MILES Mustered in August 1, 1861. Discharged on surgeon's certificate, September 17, 1862.

THOMAS A MILLER Mustered in August 1, 1861. Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps September 1, 1863. Died since the war.

HENRY MOFFITT Mustered in August 1, 1861. Discharged December 12, 1862, for wounds received at Fair Oaks, May 31, 1862. Died since the war.

JOSEPH W. MORRIS Mustered in August 1, 1861. Discharged on surgeon's certificate, May 11, 1863. Died since the war.

WILMER W. MORRIS Mustered in August 1, 1861. Wounded at Bull Run, August 29, 1862. Discharged November 21, 1862, on account of wounds. Died Penn township, near Pittsburgh, Pa., January 17, 1908.

JAMES McATEE Mustered in August 1, 1861. Wounded at Second Bull Run, August 29, 1862. Veteran Volunteer. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Re-enlisted in Eighteenth Regulars, and served three years in Texas.

JAMES K. P. McCULLOUGH Mustered in August 1, 1861. Veteran Volunteer. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died since the war.

IRWIN McCUTCHEON Mustered in August 1, 1861. Veteran Volunteer. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers.

WILLIAM McKELVEY Mustered in August 1, 1861. Veteran Volunteer. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died since the war.

SAMUEL McNEAL Mustered in August 1, 1861. Killed at Petersburg, June 22, 1864. Veteran Volunteer.

J. S. McFADDEN Mustered in August 1, 1861. Assistant Surgeon. Resigned June 17, 1862. Died since the war.

JOHN McCUNE Mustered in August 1, 1861. Died in hospital at Annapolis, May 6, 1862.

JOHN McTAGGERT Mustered in August 1, 1861. Killed at Fair Oaks, May 31, 1862.

DAVID PARRY Mustered in August 1, 1861. Died of fever February 4, 1863.

JOHN A RYAN Mustered in ________ . Discharged on surgeon's certificate, February 28, 1863. Died since the war.

MARTIN SCOTT Mustered in August 1, 1861. Captured and sent to Libby Prison. Wounded at Chancellorsville, Va., May 3, 1862. Mustered out with company. Died January 23, 1896, at Pittsburgh.

SAMUEL H. STOUT Mustered in August 1, 1861. Wounded at Fair Oaks, May 31, 1862. Absent sick at muster out.

GEORGE W. SMITH Mustered in August 1, 1861. Veteran Volunteer. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died since the war.

FREDERICK SALLADAY Mustered in August 1, 1861. Killed at Fair Oaks, May 31, 1862.

HARRY SHAEFFER Mustered in August 1, 1861. Died of typhoid fever at Fair Oaks, May, 1862.

FREDERICK SCHILLING Mustered in August 1, 1861. Killed at Fair Oaks, May 31, 1862.

JAMES R. TROUT Mustered in August 1, 1861. Wounded at Fair Oaks, May 31, 1862. Discharged October 3, 1863, on account of wounds.

JOSEPH M. THOMPSON Mustered in August 1, 1861. Killed at Yorktown, April 11, 1862. First man killed in the company.

W. DALLAS TROUT Mustered in August 1, 1861. Discharged on surgeon's certificate, October 29, 1862.

HENRY I. TOMER Mustered in August 1, 1861. Wounded at Fair Oaks, May 31, 1862. Discharged for disability September 20, 1862. Died since the war.

SAMUEL H. WHITE Mustered in August 1, 1861. Wounded at Fair Oaks, May 31, 1862. Mustered out with company. Died since the war.

JOSEPH WOLFORD Mustered in August 1, 1861. Veteran Volunteer. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers.

JOHN L. WARD Mustered in August 1, 1861. Discharged on surgeon's certificate, December 7, 1863.

LOUIS A. WEST Mustered in August 1, 1861. Discharged on surgeon's certificate, December 7, 1863. Re-enlisted September 13, 1864, in Fourth Pennsylvania Cavalry.

JOHNSON WILSON Mustered in August 1, 1861. Killed at Fair Oaks, Va., May 31, 1862.

WILLIAM WILSON Mustered in August 1, 1861. Wounded at Fair Oaks, Va., May 31, 1862. Discharged November 25, 1862, to enlist in Regular Army. Died since the war.

JOSEPH YOUNG Mustered in August 1, 1861. Died at Chesepeake Hospital, 1862.

YENNY YOST Mustered in August 1, 1861. Disappeared while the company lay at Fortress Monroe and was never heard of after ward.

RECRUITS.

JOHN BULGER Mustered in February 24, 1864. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died since the war.

ELI R. DOWLER Mustered in August 1, 1862. Transferred to Signal Corps.

JOHN H. DEMPSEY Mustered in February 27, 1864. Wounded at Wilderness, May 6, 1864; taken prisoner and died in Richmond, July 10, 1864.

FRANCIS DAVIS Mustered in February 22, 1864. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died since the war.

THOMAS DAVIS Mustered in February 22, 1864. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died since the war.

SAMUEL FREE Mustered in February 27, 1864. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died since the war.

GEORGE HOLLENBECK Mustered in September 30, 1862. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers.

ANDREW MILLER Mustered in August 1, 1861. Killed at Chancellorsville, May 3, 1863.

JAMES MURPHY Mustered in August 7, 1862. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died since the war.

VV. J. McCLELLAND Mustered in February 18, 1864. Killed at Petersburg, June 16, 1864.

SAMUEL PAINTER Mustered in February 29, 1864. Died at Andersonville Prison, July 17, 1864. Buried National cemetery there, grave 3445.

ROBERT SHULL Mustered in August 19, 1862. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred ani Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died since the war.

SAMUEL K. SHIPLEY Mustered in September 4, 1863. Substitute. Wounded at Wilderness, Va., May 5, 1864.

ROBERT W. SCOTT Mustered in February 10, 1864. Promoted to Corporal. Wounded at Chancellorsville, May 3, 1862. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers.

JOHN BICKERTON Drafted July 16, 1863. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died since the war.

JOHN BECKER Drafted September 7, 1863. Wounded at the Wilderness, May 6, 1864. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died since the war.

OLIVER P. BOYD Drafted July 11, 1863. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died since the war.

ROBERT BARR Mustered in . Missing at Wilderness, May 7, 1864.

F. W. DIEHL Mustered in August 1, 1861. Taken prisoner and died at Andersonville Prison, August 17, 1864. Buried National cemetery there. Grave 6017.

MATHEW EAGLESON Drafted July 11, 1863. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died since the war.

JOHN FLEMING Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died since the war.

E. N. FUNK Mustered in August 1, 1861. Killed at North Anna, Va., May 23, 1864. Buried (as C. H. Frank) National cemetery, Fredericksburg, Va. Grave 3620.

JAMES GRACEY Drafted July 11, 1863. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died since the war.

J. W. LEECH Mustere d in August 1, 1861. Killed at the Wilderness, May 6, 1864.

HENRY MARQUETTE Drafted September 4, 1863. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died since the war.

CORNELIUS McOOY Drafted September 10, 1863. Wounded and captured at Spottsylvania, Va., May 12, 1864. Died at Richmond, Va., July 23, 1864.

HERMAN SNEAR Drafted September 4, 1863. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died since the war.

GEORGE J. STILES Drafted September 4, 1863. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died since the war.

HARVEY D. THOMPSON Drafted July 15, 1863. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers.

HENRY B. WHITE Drafted July 11, 1863. Transferred to Company D, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died since the war.

SAMUEL CABLE Mustered in February 12, 1864. Transferred to Company B, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died since the war.

ALFRED CABLE Mustered in February 12, 1864. Transferred to Company B, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died since the war.

GEORGE MORRISON Wounded May 6, 1864, at Wilderness, Va.

R. H. GLENN Mustered in February 27, 1864. Transferred to Company B, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died since the war.

JOHN HUCK Mustered in February 27, 1864. Transferred to Company H, One Hundred and Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Died since the war.

DAVID McGIBBON Not on muster-out roll.

Source:   Gilbert Adams Hays, Captain. Under the Red Patch: Story of the Sixty-third Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-1864. Published by the 63d Pennsylvania Volunteer Regiment Association. Pittsburgh: Market Review Publishing Company, 1908.

 

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