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Tearney of the 87th PA Inf - Civil War
Posted by: Dennis Brandt Date: April 08, 2000 at 14:02:56
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Looking for info on Civil War veteran James Tearney, who served first in Company B, later as major and colonel, of the 87th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. The regiment mustered in York in September 1861. Tearney was a tinsmith from Lancaster who later moved to Holidaysburg, Blair County. He reportedly died in 1900.


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