My 72nd ancestor was in Company N, too! He ran with Lafayette Hose Co. on 4th St. in Philly. He was shot in the arm at Savage's Station and sent up here to NYC for treatment at Bellevue Hospital. After losing the use of his arm, however, he was discharged in January, '63, and died in '66. What do you know of your guy?
Marc A. Hermann.
The Daybreak B'hoys.
Liberty Rifles - Hardtack Society.
Oliver Tilden Camp No. 26, SUVCW - Co. I, 83rd NYV, SVR.
Descendant of Pvt. E. Hermann, 45th PA Militia - Capt. Wm. K. and Lt. Geo. W. Hopkins, 7th PA Reserves - Pvt. Jos. A. Weckerly, 72nd PA Infantry - Pvt. Thos. Will, 21st PA Cavalry.