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Adjunant John E. Collins of the 23rd PA. He was mustered into service on August 14th 1861 at The Arsenal in Philadelphia. Upon his arrival at Camp Graham in Washington D.C. in September 1861 he as transfered to Company H (The Color Company) . He resigned in October of 1861. This particular photo was taken after the war, most likely in California after 1900 After the war he moved to California. He is buried in Los Angeles National Cemetery in L.A. California. You can see some photos of John E. Collins at his Memorial on The Virtual Cemetery Page 22.

Private James R. Hethington, Company D, 23rd Pennsylvania Three Month Volunteers. He was mustered into Service on April 21st 1861, one of the first to enlist from Philadelphia. He was mustered out of Service on July 31st 1861. He renlisted and served with the 121st Pennsylvania Volunteers. His burial plot is at the Hephzibah Baptist Church in East Fallowfield, Chester County, PA. Please visit The Virtual Cemetery Page 34 for more info .

Photo courtesy of "Edward Max", Great, Great Grandson.

Private Benjamin Jenkins of Company B, 23rd Pennsylvania. Benjamin was born in Pottsville PA in 1844 and work for the local Brewery there until the Time of the Civil War. He is buried at Odd Fellow's Cemetery in Pottstown, PA.
Unknown Private of the 23rd Pennsylvania, Birney's Zouaves. Photo taken in Philadelphia in 1861. If you have information on this photo please contact us.
Adjunant John E. Collins of the 23rd PA. He was mustered into service on August 14th 1861 at The Arsenal in Philadelphia. Upon his arrival at Camp Graham in Washington D.C. in September 1861 he as transfered to Company H (The Color Company) . He resigned in October of 1861. This particular photo was taken after the war, most likely in Pennsylvania around 1880-1885. After the war he moved to California. He is buried in Los Angeles National Cemetery in L.A. California. You can see some photos of John E. Collins at his Memorial on The Virtual Cemetery Page 22.
Adjunant John E. Collins of the 23rd PA. He was mustered into service on August 14th 1861 at The Arsenal in Philadelphia. Upon his arrival at Camp Graham in Washington D.C. in September 1861 he as transfered to Company H (The Color Company) . He resigned in October of 1861. This particular photo was taken in Gettysburg Pennsylvania sometime in the late 1880's early 1890's at Culp's Hill. You can see the Culp's Hill Tower in the background. After the war he moved to California. He is buried in Los Angeles National Cemetery in L.A. California. You can see some photos of John E. Collins at his Memorial on The Virtual Cemetery Page 22.




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