6th Pennsylvania Reserves (Infantry)

Comprised of men from Bradford, Columbia, Dauphin, Franklin, Montour, Snyder, Susquehanna, Tioga and Wayne County.

Organized at Camp Curtin, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on June 1861.

On the 22d of April 1861, two companies, recruited in Bradford county, under the call of the President for seventy-five thousand men, left Towanda for Harrisburg, arriving on the 2d of May, and formed the nucleus of the Sixth Reserve Regiment. Upon their arrival at Camp Curtin, finding it impossible to be accepted for the three months’ service, the quota being already full, they re-enlisted for the term of three years, and became Companies F and I, Thirty-fifth Regiment of the line...Read More

Virtual Cemetery of the 6th Pennsylvania Reserves by the PRVCHS, on Findagrave.com