History of the Eighth Pennsylvania Reserves

8th Pennsylvania Reserves  » 37th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry
     Initial Commanding Officer: Colonel George S. Hays, of Harriotsville, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
» DATE ORGANIZED: June 22nd, 1861 for 3 Years
» PLACE ORGANIZED: Camp Wilkins, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
» PRIMARILY COMPOSED OF MEN FROM: Allegheny, Armstrong, Bedford, Butler, Clarion, Fayette, Greene, Philadelphia & Washington County
» History of Pennsylvania Volunteers; Author: Bates, Samuel P.
» "Our Boys in the Army"; Author: Hill, Ashbel Farichild
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» The Court Martial of Colonel George S. Hays, 8th Reg't., Pa. Reserves
» Breif History of Company H; from "History of Clarion County"
Company Letter Nickname County Current Number
» Company A Armstrong Guards Armstrong/Butler County 118 Officer's & Men
» Company B Jefferson Riflemen Allegheny County 96 Officer's & Men
» Company C Anderson Cadets Allegheny County 97 Officer's & Men
» Company D Brownsville Grays Fayette County 117 Officer's & Men
» Company E Duncan Guards Allegheny/Philadelphia County 88 Officer's & Men
» Company F Hopewell Rifles Bedford County 96 Officer's & Men
» Company G Fayette Guards Fayette County 102 Officer's & Men
» Company H Clarion Union Guards Clarion County 90 Officer's & Men
» Company I Greene County Rangers Greene County 153 Officer's & Men
» Company K Hopkins Infantry Washington County 98 Officer's & Men
» Field & Staff Not Applicable Not Applicable 31 Officer's & Men
» Regimental Band Not Applicable Not Applicable 23 Band Members
» Unassigned Not Applicable Not Applicable 10 Men