First Pennsylvania Cavalry Regiment

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"The First Cavalry, designated as the Forty-fourth Regiment of the Pennsylvania line, and the Fifteenth of the Reserves, was made up of companies raised in Washington (I, K-part Washington & part Allegheny recruits), Juniata, Montgomery, Mifflin, Cameron, Clinton, Centre, Clearfield, Greene, Blair, Fayette, Berks, Lebanon, and Lancaster Counties, in the summer and fall of 1861. These two companies, along with Company H, rendezvoused at Camp Wilkins, Pittsburgh, and were mustered into the service (MI) in August and September, 1861." 

Company I

Muster Out (MO) date with company, will be September 9, 1864, unless noted otherwise. 

Officers

Privates

Company I

Officers

Officers

 

Crumrine, Boyd, "History of Washington County, Pennsylvania with Biographical Sketches" (Philadelphia: L. H. Everts & Co., 1882), pp 344-346 in a section entitled "War of the Rebellion". Transcribed by Karen Souhrada of Pittsford, NY. 

 

 

 

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