Phillip Cook, 10th Pennsylvania Reserves

COOK – On May 11, 1897, at his home near Scotch Hill, Pa., Mr. Phillip Cook, aged 75 years. Mr. Philip Cook died at his late residence near Scotch Hill, Pa., of nervous...

Josiah Saylor, Co. A, 10th Pennsylvania Reserves

Josiah Saylor, son of Joseph and Eliza (Hippie) Saylor, was born in Somerset, Pennsylvania, June 1, 1840, He received his education in the common schools of his native county, and his active career has...

John Pugh, Co. A, 10th Pennsylvania Reserves

John Pugh, son of Boaz and Susan (Weigal) Pugh, was born October 15, 1833, in Somerset, and received his education in the common schools. After leaving school he assisted his father on the farm...

James G. Wyon, Co. E, 10th Pennsylvania Reserves

Wyon, James G, Callensburg p. o.. Licking, was born in Mifflin county in 1839, and came to Clarion county in 1846, and is a carpenter by trade. He enlisted in 1861 in the 10th...
Charles W. Mackey

Charles W. Mackey, Co. C, 10th Pennsylvania Reserves

Captain Charles Willian Mackey, 76, died unexpectedly at 3:40 pm Friday at the Hotel Bartlett in Cambridge Springs, death due to heart trouble. He was born Nov. 9, 1840 in Franklin, a son of...

William L. McQuaid, Co. C, 10th Pennsylvania Reserves

William Lewis McQuaid, son of William Huston McQuaid and wife Catherine Crawford McQuaid was born in Franklin, Venango County, PA on 26 Sep 1839 and baptized at 1st Presbyterian Church, Franklin. The family moved...

Organizing the Venango Grays (Co. C, 10th Pa. Reserves)

This is a initial sketch of the organization of the "Venango Grays", which was assigned as Company C, 10th Pennsylvania Reserves.

Burton Turney, Co. E, 10th Pennsylvania Reserves

Burton Turney, aged 76 years, a resident of Rimerton and father of Mrs. C.A. Bartlett; of this city, was struck by P.R.R. train No, 926, leaving Oil City at 8:15 o’clock Thursday morning, one mile south of Rimerton, and instantly killed. Mr. Turney was walking to his home on the railroad right of way when he was struck. Besides his daughter of this city he leaves his wife and two sons, John and Burton, Jr., of Oklahoma. Mr. Turney was a Civil War veteran.

Frederick Brenneman, Co. E, 10th Pennsylvania Reserves

Mr. Frederick Brenneman, one of the prominent citizens of Paint Township, died suddenly at his home near Clarion Junction, aged between 64 and 65 years. Mr. Brenneman's call came very suddenly and unexpectedly-there were...

Isaac H. Allen, Co. E, 10th Pennsylvania Reserves

Isaac H. Allen was born in Pa on Dec 12, 1838. He was a son of Thomas Allen and Alice Hicks. He was retired and married . He was living at 252 Prospect Ave.,...
The Pennsylvania Reserve Volunteer Corps Historical Society was organized in 2004 by August Marchetti and Justin Sanders.

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