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    BEALE, Joseph Grant, a Representative from Pennsylvania; born in Allegheny County, near Freeport, Armstrong County, Pa., March 26, 1839; attended the common schools; was graduated from Caton Academy, Turtle Creek, Pa., and from Iron City Commercial College, Pittsburgh, Pa.; during the Civil War enlisted in the Friend Rifles for three months, and later served as captain of Company C,...
    TOWNSEND, Charles Champlain, a Representative from Pennsylvania; born in Allegheny (now a part of Pittsburgh), Pa., November 24, 1841; attended the common schools and Western University, Pittsburgh, Pa.; manufacturer of wire rivets and nails; served two years in the Union Army during the Civil War as a private in Company A, Ninth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Reserve Corps, and later...
    Chalfant, James Thomas - Son of Henry and Isabella (Campbell); born Allegheny Co., Pa., May 18, 1839; United States Army, '61-65; 9th Pennsylvania Reserves; first lieutenant, '62, captain, '64: prisoner of war March 64-April '65; oil business, '65-82; general agent Pittsburg Locomotive Works, '82 -: married Mary Scott, Cleveland, O. Residence, Pittsburg, Pa. Died April 20, 1901.Chalfant served initially...
    Lieutenant-Colonel Levi Bird Duff was born near Saulsburg, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, 13th September, 1837, of Pennsylvania parents. His father, Samuel Duff, was born at Perkiomen Bridge, Montgomery County, and his mother, Catherine Eckeberger, in Huntingdon. He was educated at Eldersridge Academy and Allegheny College, graduating from the latter in June, 183 j. He studied law in Pittsburg and was admitted...
    From the perspective of Colonel Joseph W. Fisher, who commanded the Third Brigade of the Fifth Army Corps during the Battle of Gettysburg. THE PENNSYLVANIA RESERVES AT GETTYSBURG. A Review of the Publican entitled “The Truth Regarding Some Important Historical Facts." Rev. M. Jacobs, Professor of Mathematics and Chemistry, Pennsylvania College, Gettysburg Dear Sir: - A slip cut from a newspaper (said to...
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    The Pennsylvania Reserve Volunteer Corps Historical Society was organized in 2004 by August Marchetti and Justin Sanders.
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