91st PA--post-war military service

Post-war military service


(Some soldiers transferred to the Regular Army during the war, including Joseph S Miller (A). I assume they continued to serve in it after the war.)

Alpheus Bowman (B)
2nd lt, 27th Infantry (28 July 1866); 1st lt (5 Mar 1867); regimental adjutant (1 Jan 1867-14 June 1869). transferred to 9th Infantry 14 June 1869; captain 19 May 1881. major, 2nd infantry (30 June 1898). lt col 5th infantry (2 February 1901). col 25th infantry (16 April 1902). brigadier general. retired 1903
William Gorman (E)
may be the William Gorman who was a soldier in Camp JA Rucker, Pima, Arizona, under Captain HJ Hurst, in 1880
William McCoy (H)
enlisted 1866; served with 5th US Cavalry; retired in March 1880 from the 3rd US Cavalry, as sgt
James McLoon (A)
still in active service in 1890. may have served in companies F, G, and K of the 14th US Infantry, company I of the 21st US Infantry, company G of the 32nd US Infantry, and in company C, Engineering Battalion, USA
George S Oldmixon (F&S)
AA Surgeon, US Army, at Camp Bowie, Arizona, in 1880
Harold Partenheimer (E)
enlisted 26 March 1866, Philadelphia; assigned to co.G 18th US Infantry. assigned to Fort C F Smith, on Bozeman Trail, August 1866. died 4 Nov 1867, at Goose Creek (near Fort Phil Kearny)
William Rookstool (G)
In 1890, he was living at West Point Military Academy.
Benjamin Tayman (F&S)
appointed Major in 7th US Vols, 26 June 1865, but discharged by special order 647 (War Department, Adjutant General's Office), 20 December 1865, because he did not pass the required examination

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