|April 26||Organized at Camp Curtin, Harrisburg under Colonel Richard A Oakford, Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Biddle and Major Stephen Bradford|
|May 9||At Camp Johnston, Lancaster, Pa.|
|June 3||At Chambersburg, Pa. and attached to Negley’s 5th Brigade, Keim’s 2nd Division, Patterson’s Army|
|June 16||Moved to Hagerstown|
|June 18||To Williamsport|
|July 2||Crossed the Potomac.
Affair with Ashby’s Cavalry
Company I was on the skirmish line when approached by cavalry in blue uniform blouses, whose officer ordered them to let down a rail fence they were behind. On doing so the cavalry advanced and surrounded the men, shooting the first sergeant and capturing Second Lieutenant John B. Hutchinson and 34 men. Six of the prisoners died from harsh treatment and abuse before being exchanged in April of 1862.
|July 3||Occupation of Martinsburg, Va.|
|July 15||Advance on Bunker Hill|
|July 17-25||At Charlestown|
|July 27-August 8||At Carlisle, Pa.|
|August 8||Mustered out. Colonel Oakford went on to become colonel of the 132nd Pennsylvania Infantry|