Albion B. Jameson, Co. A, 6th Pennsylvania Reserves

Captain Albion Bomboy Jameson, civil service, Washington, D. C., was born in Schuylkill County, Penn., August 23, 1836, in the family of nine children born to Judith and Daniel JAMISON, eight of whom...

The Belcher Brothers, Co. K, 6th Pennsylvania Reserves

CHARLES T. BELCHER. A better military record than that of the Belcher boys would be difficult to find in Susquehanna county. The subject of this sketch was one of the five brothers who grew...
David Mason

David Mason, Co. K, 6th Pennsylvania Reserves

LIEUT. DAVID MASON (deceased), in his lifetime an honored and highly respected citizen of Susquehanna, was born near Belfast, County Down, Ireland, December 14, 1824, a son of David and Elizabeth (Geddis) Mason. The father,...
Robert A. Greeley

Robert A. Greeley, Co. C, 6th Pennsylvania Reserves & 191st PA Veteran Volunteers

ROBERT AUGUSTUS GREELEY, who was one of the brave boys during the Civil war, is a native son of Wayne county, born near Bethany, May 11, 1835, and is a representative of the same...
Perez L. Norton

Perez L. Norton, Co. K, 6th Pennsylvania Reserves & 191st PA Veteran Volunteers

As one of the most popular citizens of Susquehanna count v, the subject of this sketch, a leading resident of Lanesboro, deserves special mention in this volume. His prominence in business life gives evidence of his ability and enterprise, and many of the best buildings in his section were built under his direction and furnish lasting monuments of his skill. Perhaps the most interesting chapter in his long and active life is the story of his gallant services in the Civil war, where he rose from the rank of private to that of major, being promoted through successive grades for his courageous conduct in the field. lie was in eighteen hard-fought battles, and on two occasions was personally complimented by General Warren [&] Crawford for his brave conduct and soldierly bearing.

Sylvester Thomas, Co. C, 6th Pennsylvania Reserves

SYLVESTER THOMAS, now residing in Starrucca, is one of the representative citizens of Wayne county, where he has made his home since 185 1. He was born July 27, 183 1, in Orange county,...

George W. Trimble, Co. A, 6th Pennsylvania Reserves

George W. Trimble, veterinary surgeon and barn-boss, Edwardsville, was born in Elizabethtown, Pa., and is a son of George W. and Eliza (Vance) Trimble, both natives of Pennsylvania and of French and German origin, respectively. Our subject began life for himself at the early age of seven, working on a farm on Middletown, Pa., where he remained about eight years, and thence going to Pottsville, where he was employed as a teamster until 1846, when he went to Danville, driving team there until 1859.

William L. Tanner, Co. F, 6th Pennsylvania Reserves

William L. Tanner, general dealer in all kinds of farmers'' produce, live-stock (sic), etc. He came to Kansas in 1869 and located in Larned in business in 1876.

George W. Merrick, Co. H, 6th Pennsylvania Reserves

George W. Merrick, son of Israel and Julia Merrick, was born at Wellsboro, on the 27th of March, 1838. He was made Sergeant of Company H, Sixth regiment of the Pennsylvania Reserve corps, upon its formation, and served with it in the battle of Dranesville, upon the Peninsula, and in the Second battle of Bull Run, where the entire command was subjected to hard marching and the most desperate fighting. Sergeant Merrick was at the time of the latter battle on the sick-list, but kept his place, and marched and fought with the rest. For seventy-four fours he was without rations, and the suffering endured would have overborne a man less resolute.

John B. Martin, Co. K, 6th Pennsylvania Reserves

MARTIN, John B. (d. 1922) CIVIL WAR VETERAN OF LAWRENCE GETS HIS FINAL SUMMONS After a residence of nearly twenty years in Whatcom county , John Benjamin Martin, who served as a private in...
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