The Marshall Brothers, Co. B, 3rd Pennsylvania Reserves

E. A. MARSHALL. Among the brave men who made up the quota of soldiers sent by Pennsylvania to defend the Union in the dark days of the Rebellion was the subject of this biography,...

John Wittch, Co. A, 3rd Pennsylvania Reserves

JOHN WITTICH, a well-to-do farmer of Lake township. Wayne county, and one of the best of the German element who have made Wayne county their home, and to whom it is indebted for much...

Martin V. Yotter, Co. H, 3rd Pennsylvania Reserves

OBITUARY OF MARTIN V. YOTTER. Yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock the funeral of the late Martin Yotter took place from his late residence on Canal Street. Services were held in Zion's Evangelical church by...

John P. Dauth, Co. F, 3rd Pennsylvania Reserves

John Philip Dauth, father of William L., was born Oct. 29, 1840, at Philadelphia Pa. He was educated in the public schools of Reading, to which city he was brought when three years of...

Benjamin F. Croasdale, Co. C, 3rd Pennsylvania Reserves

Benjamin F. CROASDALE, merchant doing business at Little Sioux, will form the subject of this sketch. He is a native of Pennsylvania, born in Bucks County March 4, 1837, and is the son of...
Second Issue State Colors of the 3rd Pennsylvania Reserves

Joseph T. Gerbron, Co. H, 3rd Pennsylvania Reserves

Joseph Theobald Gerbron (1842-1908) a silver engraver from Philadelphia, enlisted in the Civil War 16 September 1862. He was wounded at Snicker's Ford (or Gap) 18 July 1864, sustaining a gunshot fracture of...
First Issue State Colors of the 3rd Pennsylvania Reserves

Joseph Thomas, Co. H, 3rd Pennsylvania Reserves

JOSEPH THOMAS, M.D., banker, P.O. Quakertown, president of the Quakertown National bank, was born in New Britain township, Bucks county, June 13, 1829, and is the great-grandson of Albin Thomas, a native of Wales,...
Second Issue State Colors of the 3rd Pennsylvania Reserves

Charles H. Rich, Co. E, 3rd Pennsylvania Reserves

Charles H. Rich died at his home on Main Street, on August 17th. Mr. Rich was a veteran soldier, having served for three years, during the later War, in Co. E. Third Regiment P. R. V. C. He was taken prisoner in the seven days'' fight before Richmond. He left a wife and family and was a carpenter by trade.
John Clark

John Clark, 3rd Pennsylvania Reserves

JOHN CLARK, Lieutenant-Colonel of the Third Reserve regiment, was born in Philadelphia on the 30th of November, 1822. He was the son of George and Ann (Kearney) Clark, of Irish descent. He received a...
Edwin A. Glenn

Edwin A. Glenn, Co. E, 3rd Pennsylvania Reserves

EDWIN ATLEE GLENN, Major of the One Hundred and Ninety-eighth regiment, was born on the 4th of July, 1835, at Frankford, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Robert and Sarah (Thomas) Glenn. In youth...
The Pennsylvania Reserve Volunteer Corps Historical Society was organized in 2004 by August Marchetti and Justin Sanders.

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