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PA Civil War Era Newspaper Transcription
Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania



Miner's Journal - June 14, 1862:




Returned Prisoners

The following members of the 15th Regiment, P.V. who were captured at Falling Waters; on the 2nd of July, 1861, have been released. Some of them belong to Minersville, this County, and have reached home. They do not give the most flattering description of rebel accommodations:

J Wooley,
J. Thomas,
G. Went,
C. Schlotterbeck,
H. Shankey,
A. Saylor,
G.W. Walters,
G. Thretto,
J. Wilson,
J. Williams,
D.S. Sibert,
G.W. Threkeld.




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