91st PA in November 1861

November 1861

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? Sylvester Hoskins (F) deserted from Philadelphia PA (perhaps Oct 61)
Morris O'Donnell (F) deserted from Philadelphia PA (possibly Oct 61)
John West (H) discharged as minor at Philadelphia PA on writ of habeas corpus
Daniel Greenig (H) discharged at Philadelphia PA on writ of habeas corpus
1 William Kilpatrick enrolled
Joseph Keen mustered in co B
William Chaptman mustered in co F
John Trimble mustered in co G
Eli Flasslard mustered in co I
John Groff mustered in co K
William Myers mustered in co K
James Etter (F) promoted to sgt
Henry Francis (F) promoted to 1st sgt
James Nugent (F) promoted to sgt
Eli Flasslard (I) deserted
2 Conrad R B Brown mustered in co B
George C Rubicam mustered in co F
George W Rubicam mustered in co F
Morris Sweeney mustered in co G
James Hughes mustered in co I
John Morgan (I) deserted
3 Colonel Gregory broke up a fight between two privates, which resulted in severe facial lacerations for one of the privates
[see 'Fight at Camp Chase', Philadelphia Inquirer 4 November 1861, page 8]
4 Albert Gibson mustered in co B
John Johnston mustered in co B
Thomas Patterson mustered in co B
Howard May mustered in co F
Albert Rutter mustered in co F
William Cox mustered in co G
James McGuckin mustered in co I
Robert Chism mustered in co K
Patrick Conners mustered in co K
Peter Hardenbaugh mustered in co K
George Hitherington mustered in co K
Neil McWilliams mustered in co K
Charles Austin (D) deserted
5 Patrick Byrne mustered in co B
James Devine mustered in co B
John Jamison mustered in co H
James McKinney mustered in co H
John Heiner mustered in co I
Thomas Knowles mustered in co K
Matthew McIlvaney mustered in co K
John Heiner (I) deserted
Thomas Burman (K) may have been discharged on surgeon's certificate (probably 5 Dec)
6 Charles Houghton mustered in F&S
Morris Kayser mustered in co B
William (or John) McCormick mustered in co B
John McCormick mustered in co K
Adam Stitzman mustered in co F
Ralph Montgomery mustered in co F
John Williams mustered in co F (perhaps 7th)
Abraham Peters mustered in co G
Thomas Crouse mustered in co H
Casper Roberts mustered in co H
John Harrison mustered in co K
Franklin Miller (A) promoted to qm staff
7 Isaac Knight mustered in F&S
John Williams mustered in co F (perhaps 6th)
David Campbell mustered in co H
William Campbell mustered in co H
the 91st took part in the procession honoring Col ED Baker
[see 'Funeral obsequies', Philadelphia Inquirer 8 November 1861 page 8]
8 Henry Clothier mustered in co B
Patrick Diamond mustered in co B
John Allen mustered in co G
John Dougherty mustered in co H
William Thaworth mustered in co H, by George Black
John McCall mustered in co I
Thomas Burman mustered in co K
William Melvin mustered in co K (perhaps 13 Nov)
William Snyder mustered in co K
9 Thomas Burgess mustered in co G
John Solomon mustered in co G (possibly 19th)
William Davidson mustered in co H
Dennison Green mustered in co K
Thomas Aitkins (A) promoted to corporal (probably effective date)
10 William Waltman mustered in co F (probably 12th)
John McCall (I) deserted
11 James Hood mustered in co H
Edward Flanigan mustered in co I
Amos Heaveland mustered in co K (perhaps 20th)
Henry Darrah mustered in co K
Charles Bournonville (C) sick
[see 'Military matters' (Philadelphia Press Monday 11 November 1861 page 2)]
12 Samuel Greer mustered in co B
John Haines mustered in co B
Thomas Vaughen mustered in co B
Thomas Stewart mustered in co D
David Fordsman mustered in co F (possibly 27th)
William Giger mustered in co F
William Waltman mustered in co F (possibly 10th)
William Conway mustered in co H
John F Scott mustered in co H (perhaps 18th)
Robert Stewart mustered in co H (perhaps 14th)
13 Malachi Davis mustered in co H (perhaps 18th)
Patrick Dwier mustered in co H
John Kane mustered in co H
Alexander Laird mustered in co H
Lewis Lammy mustered in co H
George Phillips mustered in co H
Alexander Greer mustered in co I
Hugh Martin mustered in co K
William Melvin mustered in co K (perhaps 8 Nov)
14 William English mustered in co B
Monroe Ritter mustered in co F
John Weeks mustered in co F
George Black mustered in co H
William C Reiff mustered in co H
William S Shaw mustered in co H
Robert Stewart mustered in co H (perhaps 12th)
Samuel Sweeney mustered in co H (perhaps 11 Dec)
Richard Thornton mustered in co H (perhaps 18 Oct)
Stephen Whinna mustered in co H (perhaps 19th)
Andrew Culbertson mustered in co I
John H Weeks appointed 1st lt
Charles Bournonville (C) returned to duty from being sick
15 Thomas O'Bryan mustered in co B
Richard Earl mustered in co F
Reuben Auman mustered in co G
John Lott mustered in co H
Enoch Messenger mustered in co H
Frederick Deininger mustered in co I
16 James Carpenter mustered in co B (possibly 17th)
John Newton Davis mustered in co B
George Mettinger mustered in co B
John Mootheart mustered in co B
William Smith mustered in co B
William Whitman mustered in co F as corp (perhaps 16 Oct)
James Simpson mustered in co G
William Weaver mustered in co G
William H Roberts mustered in co H
Adolphus Smith mustered in co H (perhaps 12 Oct)
Jacob Weinert mustered in co I
William Smith (A) discharged on writ of habeas corpus (issued by Hon. Oswald Thompson) because he was a minor (perhaps 5 Dec 61)
Joseph Howard (I) deserted
17 James (William) Carpenter mustered in co B (possibly 16th)
John Leater mustered in co G
18 Joseph Graham mustered in co A
Lawrence Humphries mustered in co B
Joseph Andrews mustered in co G
Samuel Amey mustered in co H
Malachi Davis mustered in co H (perhaps 13th)
Robert McDermott mustered in co H
John F Scott mustered in co H (perhaps 12th)
Henry Darrah (K) deserted
Peter Olheiser enlisted in co. H (according to pension index)
19 John Solomon mustered in co G (possibly 9th)
John Biddel mustered in co B
Patrick Cail mustered in co B
William McCormick mustered in co B
John R Allen mustered in co F
James Closson mustered in co G
Daniel Foltz mustered in co G
James Moynehen mustered in co G
George Pilkington mustered in co G
Daniel Shultz mustered in co G [??]
Thomas Stackhouse mustered in co G
Joseph Douglass mustered in co H
John Goodwin mustered in co H
Winchester Myers mustered in co H
Stephen Whinna mustered in co H (perhaps 14th)
20 co.F mustered in with 80 privates [?]
James Chism mustered in co B
David Lindsay mustered in co B
George Poole mustered in co B
George Justice mustered in co D (perhaps 30th)
Albert Fetter mustered in co F
Edward Phillips mustered in co F
Peter Van Buren mustered in co F
William Cook mustered in co G
William Rookstool mustered in co G
James Stewart mustered in co G
Daniel Wolf mustered in co G
Peter Alhister mustered in co H
Mayberry Warntz mustered in co H
George Leaf mustered in co I
William Lockhart mustered in co I
Alexander Moffitt mustered in co I
Samuel Chambers mustered in co K (perhaps 26th)
Amos Heaveland mustered in co K (perhaps 11th)
Thomas McGuinn (D) deserted, Camp Chase, Philadelphia
Samuel Sheppard (D) deserted, Camp Chase, Philadelphia
James Gilliland (F) died, Philadelphia PA, by drowning (probably 17 Feb 62)
21 Samuel Edwards mustered in co B [almost certainly 21 Nov 62]
John Toland mustered in co B
David Bachtel mustered in co G
John Leater (G) deserted at Philadelphia, PA
Thomas McGovern mustered in co G
Samuel Selah mustered in co G
William Stewart mustered in co H (perhaps 20 Oct)
John McClarren mustered in co K
Jacob Buck (A) deserted
James Hughes (I) deserted, from Philadelphia PA
Edward Diver (I) discharged by special order
22 Edward Gamble mustered in co B
Benjamin Andrews mustered in co G
Charles Bridell mustered in co G
Joseph Campbell mustered in co G
Charles McIlvain mustered in co H
Alex Waterson mustered in co K
23 Robert Boyd (F) promoted to corp
24 George Savage mustered in co H
Andrew Bloom mustered in co K
25 co.H mustered in with 82 privates [?]
John Walters mustered in co B
John O'Brien mustered in co G
James Reed mustered in co G
Charles Brown mustered in co H
Charles Henry mustered in co H (perhaps 25 Oct 61)
William Black mustered in co H
Charles Butler mustered in co I
William Dougherty enlisted and mustered in co I
Edward McGowen mustered in co I
Matthew Smith mustered in co I
Lewis Matlack mustered in co K as 1st lt
Andrew Bloom (H) deserted, at Philadelphia PA
co. H muster-in roll, Philadelphia PA, included Peter Linnet
[see 'Acknowledgement', Philadelphia Inquirer 25 November 1861 page 8]
26 Charles Neide mustered in co D [probably 12 Sep 61]
Robert Simpson mustered in co G (possibly 27th)
Peter Linnett mustered in co H
James Howard mustered in co I
Joseph Howard mustered in co I (probably 19 Oct 61)
Samuel Chambers mustered in co K (perhaps 20th)
Robert Hurld mustered in co K
James O'Brien mustered in co K
John O'Brien (G) deserted at Philadelphia PA
27 commissioned officers were invited to dinner with a nearby resident, Mr. Harmer, who had a flag carried by a PA regiment through the revolution; after-dinner speeches were made by General McClellan's brother Dr McClellan, Col Gregory, Joseph Welch and other officers
HAM Jacobs mustered in co B (possibly 29th)
William Yerkes mustered in co B
David Fordsman mustered in co F (probably 12th)
Thomas Ryan mustered in co I
Robert Simpson mustered in co G (possibly 26th)
Charles Sherman mustered in co H (perhaps 29th)
Matthew Tout mustered in co I
William Stackhouse mustered in co K
[see 'A splendid regiment', Philadelphia Inquirer 27 November 1861 page 8, and Ninety-first regiment, Pennsylvania volunteers', Philadelphia Press Wednesday 27 November 1861, page 2]
28 John Blane mustered in co B
Patrick Moore mustered in co B
Edward Holmes mustered in co G
Robert Hurld (K) deserted
Edward J Doolittle (H 9th NY Cav) left in hospital at Philadelphia
John Blazo mustered in co. H 6th NH Infantry
29 Richard Quinlan mustered in co A
Barhard Kane mustered in co B
William McKee mustered in co B
Charles Sherman mustered in co H (perhaps 27th)
John Kennedy mustered in co I
David M Smith mustered in co I
William Shuman mustered in co K
Antonie Basoli (B) deserted, at Camp Chase, PA
[see 'Wanted--ten men for company G', Philadelphia Inquirer 29 November 1861 page 5]
30 George Justice mustered in co D (perhaps 20th)
John Haines enlisted [according to co E descriptive roll, not Bates, but probably he enlisted on 31 October and mustered in on 2 December)
John Costello mustered in co K
Dennison Green (K) deserted
George Whistler mustered in co K
Thomas McKenna (I) discharged on writ of habeas corpus
[see 'Camp Chase', Philadelphia Inquirer 30 November 1861]

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