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46th Pennsylvania Infantry USA

Name: Daniel Clark Jr.Rank: Private Company:
Drafted out of Potter County Pennsylvania in late 1861. He spent time north of Washington as part of the defenses of the city. According to letters written to relatives their training was intensive although they were having difficulty learning skirmishing tactics. Clark participated in the Battle of Cedar Mountain and was involved in the somewhat successful but eventually ill fated attack on Jackson's flank (pushed back a section of the Stonewall Brigade from their lines). Clark was wounded during the retreat through the wheat field (wound to thigh and abdomen). Clark was moved to the convereted hospital in the Union Hotel in Culpepper for treatment. Soon after the Confederates advanced on the town. Apparently he was left with others who were too injured to travel and subsequently captured by Confederate forces. Clark died 10 days after being wounded. He was more than likely buried with others from the 46th in the Culpepper cemetary.
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Name: Patrick C. GriffithRank: Major Company:
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Name: John Reed DavisRank: Corporal Company: B
Enlisted September 1861, wounded and taken prisoner at Cedar Mountain, VA, August 9, 1862. Killed in action at Peachtree Creek, GA, July 20, 1864.
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Name: Samuel SipleRank: Corporal Company: B
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Name: Elias BoyerRank: Corporal Company: D
I have a lot of information and three pictures of Boyer. He was my great, great, great grandfather. Please contact with any information.
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Name: George A. BrooksRank: Captain Company: D
Looking for info about Captain Brooks. He was killed in action at Antietam.
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Name: Edward KingRank: Corporal Company: D
Interested in sharing information with others who have ancestors from this regiment and company
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Name: John Davis HughesRank: Corporal Company: E
John Davis Hughes was born in Bellefonte, Pa in 1825. Died in 1885 in Altoona, Pa. - buried at Fairview Cemetery, Altoona, Pa
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Name: Reuben CollarRank: Private Company: G
he is stated to have deserted at some point. I would like any info on the details.
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Name: Lafayette Johnson (Johnston)Rank: Private Company: G
Enrolled under the name 'Lafayette Johnston' but later enlistment under name 'Lafayette Johnson.' Wounded during Jackson's Valley Campaign. Also enlisted in the 21st PA CAV after recovery from wounds.
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Name: George W. PearsallRank: Corporal Company: G
Enlisted as a Corporal on 13 September 1861 at the age of 18.
Mustered out on 18 September 1864.
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Name: Reuben Coller PlantsRank: Private Company: G
Enlisted 13 September 1861
Discharged 18 September 1864
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Name: Beneville SchlegelRank: 1st Sergeant Company: H
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Name: Leander BushRank: Private Company: I
Leander is my Great Grandfather. He lived in Belle Vernon, Pa, when he joined the war. At some point he was wounded, exited, and joined back up when he was well. He did March with Sherman through Georgia but was captured during a night raid and was taken to Andersonville Prison where he spent the rest of the war. Andersonville held its own type of horrors.
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Name: John C. CareRank: Captain Company: I
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Name: George Riley Kuhns (Kootnz)Rank: Private Company: I
This man was suppose to have been captured by the south held at andersonville and released in a prisoner exchange with the north. marched with sherman
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Name: William Durbin WestbrookRank: Private Company: I
William was born 1845 in Huntingdon, Pa and died 1904 in Altoona, Pa. He is interred in Fairview Cemetery in Altoona, Pa.

He also served in Co. B - 125th Pa. Infantry and Co. E - 195th Pa. Infantry as well as Co. F - 19th Pa. Cavalry.
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