History of the First Pennsylvania Cavalry

1st Pennsylvania Cavalry  » 15th Pennsylvania Reserves  » 44th Pennsylvania Volunteers
     Initial Commanding Officer: Colonel George Dashiell Bayard, of Princeton, New Jersey
» DATE ORGANIZED: September 1st, 1861 for 3 Years
» PLACE ORGANIZED: Camp Curtin, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
» PRIMARILY COMPOSED OF MEN FROM: Allegheny, Berks, Blair, Cameron, Centre, Clinton, Cumberland, Dauphin, Fayette, Greene, Juniata, Mifflin, Montgomery & Washington County
» History of Pennsylvania Volunteers; Author: Bates, Samuel P.
» History of the First Regiment Pennsylvania Reserve Cavalry; Author: Lloyd, William P.
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Company Letter Nickname County Current Number
» Company A Juniata Cavalry Juniata County 142 Officer's & Men
» Company B Lower Merion Troop Montgomery County 111 Officer's & Men
» Company C Mifflin County Cavalry Mifflin County 117 Officer's & Men
» Company D Smith's Cavalry Clinton/Cameron County 147 Officer's & Men
» Company E Centre County Cavalry Centre County 112 Officer's & Men
» Company F Ringgold Cavalry Greene County 143 Officer's & Men
» Company G Blair County Cavalry Blair County 108 Officer's & Men
» Company H Dunlap Creek Cavalry Fayette County 120 Officer's & Men
» Company I Winfield Hussars Washington County 96 Officer's & Men
» Company K National Cavalry Allegheny/Washington County 95 Officer's & Men
» Company L Reading City Troop Berks County 155 Officer's & Men
» Company M Reading Cavalry Berks County 154 Officer's & Men
» Field & Staff Not Applicable Not Applicable 46 Officer's & Men
» Unassigned Not Applicable Not Applicable 103 Men