PA Civil War Volunteer Soldiers
COMPANY "M", 11TH REGIMENT, CAVALRY
Motto: WE KNOW OUR RIGHTS, AND KNOWING, DARE MAINTAIN THEM.
This company was mustered Aug. 19th, 1861, at Columbus, Ohio, by Captain
Howard Stransberry, U.S.A.
Newport News, Va., March 9th.
Battle of Lee's Mills, Va.
Fight with guerillas near Indian Town, N.C., Dec. 27th, 1862.
Siege of Suffolks, one man killed and one man wounded.
Charged and routed the enemy near South Mills, N.C.
Skirmish with the enemy at Turnpike Gate near South Mills, N.C.
South Quay, Va., June 16th, 1863.
Franklin, Va., June 17th, 1863.
Joiners Bridge, Va., June 17th, 1863.
Franklin, Va., June 19th, 1863.
Charged and captured the enemy's works and the R.R. Bridge over the South
Anna river, June
26th, 1863, two men wounded.
Charged and routed the enemy at Mangohick Church, Va., July 2nd, 1863,
capture a Lieutenant, t men,
equipments, &c. of company.
Supported Howard's Battery and Jackson, N.C., July 28, 1863, being under
heavy fire for two
Roster Source: SOLDIERS MEMORIAL poster 'Lith. by A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore.
Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1866 by Whitney and
Anderson in Dist. C of Md.'
Contributed by Sally L. Goehring
108th Regiment - 11th Cavalry
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Co. B |
Co. C |
Co. D |
Co. E |
Co. F |
Co. G |
Co. H |
Co. I |
Co. K |
Co. L |
Co. M |
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