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Eleventh Cavalry, One Hundred and Eighth Regiment, Company M

Promoted from 2nd Lieutenant to 1st  Lieutenant to Captain Oct.  5th, 1861.

Promoted from Quarter Master Serg't to 2nd Lieutenant Sept. 16th, 1861, promoted from 2nd
Lieutenant to 1st Lieutenant Oct. 5th, 1861.

Appointed Oct. 12th, 1861.

Field and Officers Staff.

Colonel SAMUEL P. SPEAR, Philadelphia, Pa.
Appointed Lieutenant Col Oct 5, 1861, appointed Colonel  Aug.   20, 1862,
formerly of 2nd Regiment, U.S. Dragoons.

Lieutenant Col. GEORGE STETZEL, Chambersburg, Pa.
Appointed Captain Sept. 10th, 1861, appointed 2nd Major Oct. 5, 1861,
appointed Lieutenant Col. Aug. 20, 1861.

Major SAMUEL WETHERILL, Bethlehem, Pa.
Appointed Captain Co. H, Sept. 25, 1861, appointed 2nd Major Oct. 9, 1861.

Major FRANKLIN A. STRATTON, Fort Dodge, Iowa.
Appointed Captain Co. A, Aug. 15, 1861, appointed Major Aug. 20, 1862.

Major GEORGE T. CORNOG, Chester Co., Pa.
Appointed Captain Co. B, Aug. 19, 1861, appointed Major Sept. 20, 1862.

Surgeon GEORGE C. HARLAN, Philadelphia, Pa.
Appointed Surgeon Sept. 14, 1861.

Assistant Surgeon HISTER M. NAGLE, Reading, Pa.
Appointed Assistant Surgeon Aug. 4, 1861.

Assistant Surgeon William J. DONER, Philadelphia, Pa.
Appointed Assistant Surgeon March 9, 1862.

Adjustant ARCHIBALD A. MENZIES, Philadelphia, Pa.
Appointed 2nd Lieutenant Oct. 14, 1862, appointed Adjutant Oct. 25, 1862.

Quartermaster CHARLES A. SHERMAN, Fort Dodge, Iowa.
Appointed R.Quarter Master April 4, 1862.

Commissary JOHN L. ROPER, Clarion, Pa.
Appointed 2nd Lieutenant Co. I, May   1861, appointed Commissary Jan. 12, 1862. 

Chaplain J. ADDISON WHITTAKER, Belvidere, N.J.
Appointed Feb. 20, 1862.

Colonel JOSIAH HARLAN, Philadelpha, Pa.
Appointed Colonel July 23, 1861, mustered out of service Aug. 20, 1862.

Major NOAH M. RUNYAN, Marion, Ohio.
Appointed 3d Major Oct. 5, 1861, resigned Sept. 15, 1862.

Assistant Surgeon J. W. APPLEGATE,.
Appointed Assistant Surgeon May 5, 1862, resigned Aug. 14, 1862.

Adjutant NATHAN H. ROBBINS, Washington, D.C.
Appointed Adjutant, Oct. 5, 1861, resigned Oct. 26, 1862.

Quartermaster SAMUEL H. JACOBS, Philadelphia, Pa.
Appointed Nov. 2, 1861, dropped Oct. 3, 1862.

Chaplain William H. N. STEWART, Philadelphia, Pa.
Appointed Chaplain Oct. 5, 1861, resigned Jan. 15, 1862.

Captain Noah M. Runyan, Promoted to Major Oct. 6th, 1861.
1st Lieutenant William H. Kilmer, Resigned Sept. 17th, 1863.
1st Serg't William H. H. Johnston, Discharged on account of disability by
order Sec. of War Aug. 28th,
Quarter Master Serg't Charles F. Hinds, Discharged on account of disability Feb.
24th, 1863.
Serg't Alexander C. Runyan, Discharged on account of disability Sept. 9th,
Serg't Samuel F. Pence, Home sick; dropped from rolls.
Serg't Thornton J. Elliott, Promoted Serg't Major Aug. 10, 1863.

Non-Commissioned Staff
Quartermaster Sergeant FURMAN GULIC
Commissary Sergeant THOMAS C. WILSON
Hospital Steward JAMES T. HARNETT
Hospital Steward  SETH S. EMERY
Saddle Sergeant GEORGE B. QUIN

1.  Irvin Bacon
Commissary William A. Ellis
Zepheniah Hammon
Quarter Master James C. Steene
Hiram H. Egleston
John T. Longacre

Joseph W. Wilson
Samuel M. Fowler, Taken prisoner near South Mills, N.C., May 4th, 1863
Isaac Q. Barstow
John W. Tatman, Wounded in action April 16, 1863
Richard Densmore
Frederick Wise
Daniel C. Sheckler
Robert P. McRea
John S. Bevan, Died at Camp Hamilton, Va., Jan. 4th, 1862.

Aisbet, Thomas Deserted Aug. 24th, 1862
Bowen, Elijah L.
Boyer, Joseph Wounded in action June 17th, 1863
Broomfield, Frank Killed near Norfolk, Va., Feb. 10th, 1863
Barton, Joseph H. Taken prisoner near South Mills, N.C., May 4th, 1863
Bader, John B. Taken prisoner near South Mills, N.C., May 4th, 1863
Butler, Michael
Berger, Charles H.
Crowell, Isaac
Cooper, Abram B.
Cooper, Jeremiah J.
Connelly, Henry
Campbell, John Discharged on account of disability June 25th, 1862
Cable, Alonzo M.
Denny, Ira A. Discharged on account of disability Oct. 14th, 1862
Duffy, John
Deviney, Alexander
Dumm, Elisha P. Saddler
Eblin, Jacob
Funk, William Deserted Jan. 7th, 1862
Galbraith, William H.
Harnet, James T. Appointed Hospital Steward Sept. 14th, 1862
Harding, Richard Died at Balls Cross Roads, Va., Nov. 6th, 1861
Happel, Peter Bugler
Harvey, Robert
Howell, Guivanna
Hopkins, Charles T. Wounded at South Anna Bridge June 26th, 1863
Jones, Moses
Jones, Harry Deserted July 15th, 1863
Jenkins, William
Jackson, Thomas Dishonorably discharged and drummed out of camp June 
1st, 1863
Jackson, Joseph E. Farrier
Keller, James W.
Laux, Thomas
Moore, William A.
Minihan, Owen
McCormick, Hezekiah
McCaferty, Barney
O'Dea, Patrick Discharged on account of disability March 19th, 1863
Ringle, John
Rathburn, John Q. Taken prisoner near South Milles, N.C., May 4th, 1862
Richards, Samuel
Rensenberger, Thomas
Rosette, Frances E. Discharged on account of disability June 25th, 1862
Still, William H. Died at Washington, D.C., Oct. 12th, 1861
Smallwood, Isaac A.
Spangler, Henry C.
Stout, Charles H.
Sylvester, Joseph W.
Swather, Charles C. Killed in action at Suffolk, Va., April 16, 1863
Swisher, George
Shotts, Daniel M.
Sloan, Cooper K. Bugler
Smead, Harry Discharged for disability
Taylor, John M.
Trentheart, John
Tripp, Franklin Blacksmith
Ward, Nelson W.
Ward, Joseph
Ward, Caleb
Ward, Cornelius
Ward, Hartzel
Ward, Jacob
Watson, Wyatt W. Taken prisoner near South Mills, N.C., May 4th, 1863
Whipple, William Taken prisoner near South Mills, N.C., May 4th, 1863
Wheeler, Harvey Discharged on account of disability June 25th, 1862
Wish, John
Worst, Josiah Taken prisoner near South Mills, N.C., May 4th, 1863
Williamson, John M.
Wilson, Joseph W.
Weaver, Samuel J. Wounded at South Anna Bridge June 26th, 1863
Wilcox, William R.I certify that the above is a correct roll of Company M, 11th Penn. Vol.

Gerard Reynolds, Captain
Camp Getty, Va., Sept. 26, 1863

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 whose great-grandfather is Cpl. John W. Tatman.

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