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Virtual Cemetery Page 37

The Final Resting Places of 23rd PA Soldiers
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The Grave of Private Joseph Gouldy,Company A ,(3 Month Volunteers). He enlisted with the 23rd PV on April 21st 1862 and served his three month term, fighting with the 23rd PA at "The Battle of Falling Waters." He was mustered out on July 31st 1861. After the war he moved to Virginia and was a member of the Soldiers Home in Hampton. He is buried at Hampton National Cemetery in Hampton, Virginia.

A big thank you to Dawn Stewart for her efforts and photographing the Gravesite.


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The Grave of Private George Pilkinton,Company G, 23rd Pennsylvania (3 Month Volunteers). He enlisted with the 23rd PV on April 21st 1862 and served his three month term, fighting with the 23rd PA at "The Battle of Falling Waters." He was mustered out on July 31st 1861. He re-enlisted with the 2nd PA Heavy Artillery and served a three year term. After the war he moved to Virginia and was a member of the Soldiers Home in Hampton. He died on June 26th 1901. He is buried at Hampton National Cemetery in Hampton, Virginia. A big thank you to Dawn Stewart for her efforts and photographing the Gravesite.


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The Grave of Private Samuel Garrison,Company C, 23rd Pennsylvania, Three Month Volunteers. He mustered in on April 21st 1861, being one of the first from the city of Philadelphia to volunteer. He served with the 23rd Pennsylvania for his three month term and was mustered out on July 31st 1861. Sometime after the War, he moved to the State of Indiana and was in The Soldiers Home there. He is buried at Marion National Cemetery in Indiana. A big thank you to Carrie Smith for her efforts and photographing the Gravesite.


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The Grave of Private William F. Trickle ,Company L, 23rd Pennsylvania, and Company D, 61st Pennsylvania. William was born in Philadelphia and grew up in that city. As a young man he moved to the Wilkes Barre area. After the outbreak of the war the 23rd PVI had started a recruiting Office in Luzerne County, PA. William mustered into service in Luzerne on September 4th 1861. He proceeded with the Regiment to Camp Graham in Washington D.C. where he along with the Regiment, "Dug in", for the Defence of Washington City. In March of 1862, four companies (L,O,P, and R) of the 23rd Pennsylvania, were transfered to the 61st Pennsylvania Volunteers to meet their needs. With much protest, these men did, however, go to the 61st PVI. Willaim had now been placed in Company D, of the 61st PV. He served faithfully his three year enlistment until his muster out on September 7th 1864. Sometime after the War, he moved to the State of Indiana and was in The Soldiers Home there. He is buried at Marion National Cemetery in Indiana. William's name is often mis-spelled William F. Tribble. A big thank you to Carrie Smith for her efforts and photographing the Gravesite.


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The Grave of Pvt. William J. Harris, Company B, 23d PV. He was drafted into service on August 9th 1863. He was discharged on September 8th 1864 and trasfered to the 82nd Pennsylvania. He is buried at Danville National Cemetery in Danville, Virginia. A big thank you to Danny Rickett's for his efforts and photographing the Gravesite.




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