United States Regiments & Batteries > Pennsylvania > 10th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment

The 10th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment lost two men to disease during the Civil War.

April 26 Organized at Camp Curtin, Harrisburg for three months Federal service under the command of Colonel Sullivan A. Meredith, Lieutenant Colonel Oliver J. Dickey and Major Richard White

  • Company A – “May town Infantry” – Lancaster, Lancaster County – Captain Henry Haines
  • Company B – “Curtin Guards” – Bellefonte, Centre County – Captain John Stover
  • Company C – “Scott Rifles” – Tamaqua, Schuylkill County – Captain William Lebo
  • Company D – Pine Grove, Schuylkill County – Captain Henry Bechtel
  • Company E – “Lancaster City Infantry” – Lancaster, Lancaster County – Captain David Patterson
  • Company F – “Washington Rifles” – Lykenstown, Dauphin County – Captain Edward Savage
  • Company G – “Washington Rifles” – Wilmore, Cambria County – Captain Richard White
  • Company H – “Allegheny Guards” – Johnstown, Cambria County – Captain George Eastly
  • Company I – “Biddle Guards” – Huntingdon, Huntingdon County – Captain Henry McConnell
  • Company K – “Steuben Guards” – Lancaster and Allegheny Counties – Captain Adolphus Bolemus
May 1 The 10th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment moved to Camp Slifer, Chambersburg and duty there as part of Patterson’s Deparment of Pennsylvania
June 8 At Newcastle
June 16 Attached to 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, Patterson’s Army.
June 25 March to Williamsport. Camped near Saint James College
July 2 Crossed the Potomac at Williamsport and advanced to Martinsburg
July 3
Occupation of Martinsburg

Company B skirmished with the enemy in support of the City Troop of Cavalry, killing one man and wounding two.

July 15 Advance on Bunker Hill
July 17 Moved to Charlestown
July 23 Moved to Harper’s Ferry
July 24 Crossed the Potomac opposite Antietam Creek and marched to Hagerstown, then moved by rail to Harrisburg.
July 31 The 10th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment mustered out.