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Co. A, 11th Penna. Reserves

Transcribed from the Ebensburg Alleghanian October 16, 1862

Following is a correct list of this splendid old company, together
with the present condition and location of its several members:

Bolewine, William
Beaden, Nathaniel J.
Boartman, Joseph
Boring, Jacob S.
Cram, William S.
Deetz, John
Davis, William
Davis, George
Davis, William
Elder, William
Teeter, John
Judy, Samuel
M'Creery, James S.
M'Allister, Nelson
M'Bride, John
Stevens, John M.
Skelly, Michael A.
Shoffner, Casper
Powell, William
Sergt. C. A. Fagan

Sick at Different Hospitals:
Evan D. James
S. C. J. Bradley
Edward Davis
Edward I. Evans
Fred J. Evans
Elisha Foultz
John Gillespie
Edward Gillespie
Lawrence Holman
Philip Jones
Daniel Krise
F. A. Leavy
D. W. Luke
William Miller
Powers Woodford

Wounded and at Different Hospitals:
Lt. R. M. Jones
Sergt. J. E. Scanlan
Sergt. Daniel D. Jones
Sergt. Wm. A. Leavy
Corp. G. W. Books
Evan Abrams
Thompson Carney
Thomas P. Dumm
Richard R. Davis
Edgar Evans
Thomas D. Jones
David T. James
Henry G. Krise
James A. Orr
Robert Patterson
W. W. Wagner
H. H. Wareham
Thomas Williams

Paroled Prisoners at Annapolis, Md.:
William H. Sechler
John M'Feely
George W. Brown
Charles B. Litzinger
Thomas D. Litzinger
John W. Moore

Detached as Hospital Guard at Craney Island:
William W. Evans
John L. Camp
Davis S. Carbaugh
John Keough
Aaron Leff
John O. M'Creery
Henry M'Broom
Joseph Owens
William E. Brown
Harry Settlemoyer
Andrew Woodford

John Roberts

On Ambulance Corps:
Sergt. James B. Pyatte

On Gunboat Service:
John J. Story

Total number of men, 72. Twenty-eight men are needed to fill up the
company. Twenty-four men, officers and privates, have been killed and
died of disease since leaving Ebensburg. Truly the "Cambria Guards"
have seen service!

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