Thursday Morning, 7 May, 1863
The Age, Philadelphia PA
Vol. 1--No. 37


Arrival of Sick and Wounded Soldiers

"About 1 o'clock yesterday morning the following sick and wounded soldiers arrived at the Citizen's Volunteer Hospital, at Broad and Prime streets, where they were furnished with refreshments, and at 9 o'clock they were conveyed in ambulances to the various hospitals. They are from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware, and the number attached to each name given is significant of the regiment to which attached."
PENNSYLVANIA
Daniel AHERN, 116.
Geo. W. ANTHONY, 148.
Isaac BAILEY, 148.
Judson BAILEY, 83.
N. J. BAILEY, 145.
A. K. BALL, 6 cav.
Harvey BARNES, 18 cav.
Jno. BENNETT, 126.
H. BISHOP, 88.
G. L. BLACK, 155.
Corporal A. BOWEN, 6 cav.
Corporal Wm. BREMINGENS, 6 cav.
Chas. BRITTON, 53.
A. W. BROWN, 6 cav.
W. P. BUCHANAN,140.
Lawrence CAMPBELL, 140.
Horace CHAPMAN, 137.
Wilton CHESTER, 140.
David C. CONRAD, 127.
David CORCORAN, 145.
Corporal John CORLEY, 145.
S. CRAIG, 6 cav.
Jacob CRAWFORD, 145.
W. H. CURTIS, 6 cav.
Wm. DUMPHREY, 155.
J. W. DUNCAN, 140.
Thos. FLOOD, 91.
John GAULEY, 140.
M. GERING, 4 cav.
W. GIBSON, 4 cav.
Wm. H. GILMAN, 145.
H. GRAFFER, 15 cav.
Oliver HANSON, 145.
Sergeant J. S. HAUGH, 148.
Sergeant J. HOLLINGSWORTH, 81.
J. H. HOWARD, 33.
David HUFF, 7 Res.
Robt. HUNTER, 8 Res.
E. HUSTER, 6 cav.
Eli JASON, 145.
John JOHNSON, 148.
Edw'd JONES, 133.
Geo. JUMPER, 133.
E. M. KELSEY, 145.
J. B. KNABLE, 142.
John L. KRAMER, 148.
Sergeant D. LAMB, 4th cav.
Corporal Sam'l LAMB, 91.
M. LANAGAN, 123.
Chas. LESTER, 137.
John LYONS, 155.
A. J. MATLOCK, 6 cav.
D. H. McCREA, 100.
Wm. McILHENNY, 155.
Wm. McKEE, 16 cav.
Corporal C. F. MILLER, 6 cav.
M. MILLER, 16 cav.
B. R. MITCHELL, 126.
A. J. MORRIS, 142.
Geo. MORROW, 140.
W. F. NEWELL, 132.
Jas. NUGENT, 91.
James OGDEN, 4 cav.
Jos. ORRIS, 133.
J. H. PICKETT, 91.
Wm. PIFER, 16 cav.
J. POSTLETHWAITE, 148.
Wm. H. REBUCK, 130.
F. REYNOLDS, 16 cav.
D. H. ROSE, 157.
M. M. ROSE, 148.
T. ROSEN, 155.
Wm. ROSENSTEEL, 137.
A. A. SANG, 4 cav.
B. F. SCANDRETT, 148.
J. W. SCARLES, 16 cav.
J. S. SHAFFER, 128.
Robert C. SHAW, 124.
Daniel SICKLES, 16 cav.
Thos. SIMPSON, 8th Res.
J. B. SNYDER, 4 cav.
J. STEVER, 2 cav.
R. R. STEWART, 16 cav.
Peter STOUT, 6 cav.
John J. STOVER, 148.
Corporal John SULLIVAN, 145.
J. SWARTSFAGER, 148.
Edward SWEENY, 148.
G. W. TURNER, 16 cav.
J. E. TUTTLE, 145.
S. ULRICH, 127.
John VAN CAMP, 83.
J. VON LEW, 137.
John WARREN, 150.
Wm. WARREN, 155.
Jacob WIEGEL, 133.
N. M. WOLFE, 6 cav.

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NEW JERSEY
D. W. APPLEGATE, 29.
Sergeant W/ J/ BAIRD, 30.
Edwin BEATLE, 27.
Peter A. BECKER, 14.
J. BENNETT, 10.
H. R. BENWARD, 30.
A. H. BIDDLE, 24.
Edward CHADWICK, 10.
L. C. CHANDLER, 29.
Michael COOK
A. CORNWELL, 30.
J. CRAIG, 10.
J. E. ESSIG, 10.
J. GREENE, 10.
James HORNING, 31.
L. HUSCH, 10.
J. KING, 29.
Samuel MACK, 30.
C. McCLUSKEY, 22.
J. McCORMICK, 29.
G. McGATRICK, 10.
Sergeant B. P. MOORE, 30.
J. NELSON, 10.
David T. OAKLEY, 28.
Sergeant Geo. P. OGDEN, 12.
C. PHILLIPS, 31.
C. F. POMROY, 10.
W. REYNOLDS, 30.
W. ROSS, 10.
E. N. SAPP, 10.
J. SAUNS, 22.
E. D. SAYRES, 12.
J. SERRY, 22.
Charles W. SMITH, 10.
R. S. SOMMERS, 10.
J. STEFFENS, 10.
Miller STEPHENS, 28.
Alex. TESHUNE, 22.
R. C. THOMPSON, 10.
Jacob TILMAN, 27.
V. G. WILLIAMS, 10.
J. H. WOLF, 10.
Charles WOLFE, 21.
W. A. WOODS, 29.
A. WORTENDYKE, 22.
Corporal John YANES, 12.

DELAWARE
John E. RYAN, 2.

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