#8 Philadelphia Inquirer 26 January 1865 page 5 HEAD-QUARTERS COMPANY E, NINETY-first Regiment Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers, near Petersburg, Va.--At a special meeting of the members of Company E, Ninety-first Regiment Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers, held in camp near Petersburg, on the 17th of January, 1865, the following preamble and resolutions were unanimously adopted:--
Whereas, It has been the will of the all-wise ruler of the universe to remove from us our valued brother soldiers and late comrades[the list is in two columns] Sergeant LEWIS BROPHY, ALEXANDER O. EARNEST, ROBERT ELLINGSWORTH, SAMUEL C. HOMAN, DAVID HEWITT, CHARLES HAUGHY, JOHN HENRY, JAMES HUTCHINGS, JOHN MONTEITH, CHARLES MELLOR, BARNEY McNULTY, JOSEPH PRICKETT, JOHN PARKS, THOMAS RILEY, JOSHUA WOOD, GEORGE WEBB, Who fell in action during the late campaign, while nobly battling for their country's cause.
Resolved, That we the members of the company do deeply mourn their loss, and know the country has lost some of its noblest defenders.
Resolved, That we deeply sympathize with the bereaved families of our late comrades who, by the will of the almighty providence, have been removed from us.
Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the families of the deceased ones, and published in THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, Sunday Dispatch and Sunday Transcript.Corporal GEORGE YOUNG,
Corporal JOHN H. FENN,
Private JAMES DEVLIN,
Private JAMES A. CLARK,
Private CHARLES R. YOST,
Private WILLIAM RINICK,
Sergeant PHILIP F. STOTSENBURG, Pres. Corporal GEORGE HAMPTON, Secretary.