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46th PA Volunteer Infantry

 

Company F

 

Commander: Capt. J.B. Dysart

 

Company Roster

 

In the summer of 1863, to face the invasion of the rebel army into Pennsylvania, the state raised about twenty regiments of militia for ninety days of service. This group of volunteers from Mifflin County did respond to the emergency call to arms, however, the battle of Gettysburg was fought before this regiment was fully formed, the rebels left the state, and the regiment was discharged after serving about six weeks. They served most of its term guarding the mountain passes in that part of the state.


*Also note - The photocopy of this list was sent to me but I don't know if it is the entire Company F. or partial. I also don't know if any received pensions for this service. - Cynthia Rosenberry

 

Martin Norton
Gene D. Penepacker
James L. Postlethwait
Joseph P. Postlethwait
John C. Postlethwait
Albert W. Potter
Albert M. Parker
Robbert L. Patterson
L.A. Pollock
M. Robinson
M.? A. Robb
James Rosenberry
Thomas Rogers
Frederick B. Smelker
Morris Shaver
James Shields
James A. Stine
Benjamin F. Shade
Peter Shaver
James R. Taylor
Andy Sheiffer
John Webb
William Witherow
William Walters
David R. Yarlot
A. C. Postlethwait
J.D. Norton

 

 

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