3rd Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry (3 months, 1861)

Historical Sketch:
Col., Francis P. Minier; Lieut.-Col., John M. Power; Maj. Oliver M. Irvine. The 3d regiment, recruited in Blair, Cambria and Allegheny counties, was mustered in for three months' service, April 20, 1861, at Harrisburg, and left the same day for Cockeysville. It then returned to York and was next ordered to Chambersburg, where it was assigned to the 2nd brigade, 2nd division. After a short time in camp at Funkstown it moved with Gen. Patterson's army to Martinsburg. It was assigned to guard duty at the supply depot at Williamsport, and remained there until July 26. It was mustered out on July 29. Roster:
The Roster of this unit contains the names of 999 men.
The Union Army by Federal Publishing Company, 1908 - Volume 1
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