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The civil war diary of Sergeant John McComb Company H Regiment 28 Pennsylvania Volunteers United States Army, July 11, 1861 - February 18, 1864

presented by Warren R. Biggerstaff, Ph.D. ; illustrated by Anthony K. Richards ; with excerpts from Samuel P. Bates "History of Pennsylvania volunteers"
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[Morro Bay, California] : W.R. Biggerstaff, c1997
xiv, 93 p. : ill. (some col.), facsims., maps, ports.

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"References": p. 93

John McComb was born in 1834 in Pennsylvania. His parents were Marshall McComb and Ellen. He mustered into Company H of the 28th regiment of the Pennsylvania Volunteers as a corporal on 11 July 1861. He was discharged in 1864.

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