More of our lads
More photographs of the men who fought with the 69th Pennsylvania "Irish
Volunteers"
Devereux was also wounded at Fair Oaks
Lt. Colonel John Devereux wounded at
Antietam
McAnally was wounded five times in the war
Captain Charles McAnally Company G
winner of the Congresional Medal of
Honor
Wrote a diary from 1861 to 1862
Dr. Charles Bombaugh, regimental
surgeon.
Wounded at Glendale and Fredericksburg
Private William Saxton in Company F
Harvey retired after the Pennisular campaign
James Harvey was an Irish militia leader
and the original Captain of Company D
Wounded at Antietam and Fredericksburg
1st Lt. Joseph M. Kelly in Company K
Injured at Fredericksburg
Private Henry McClarren in Company F
After the war was Secretary of 69th Association
Corporal James Whitecar
in Company K
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