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*7th Reserves, see&nbsp;[[36th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, 7th Reserves|36th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, 7th Reserves]]<br>
 
*7th Reserves, see&nbsp;[[36th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, 7th Reserves|36th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, 7th Reserves]]<br>
  
*8th Reserves, see&nbsp;[[37th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, 8th Reserves|37th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, 8th Reserves]]<br>  
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*8th Reserves, see&nbsp;[[37th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, 8th Reserves|37th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, 8th Reserves]]<br>
  
*9th Reserves, see[[38th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, 9th Reserves|38th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, 9th Reserves]]<br>
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*9th Reserves, see[[38th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, 9th Reserves|38th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, 9th Reserves]]<br>
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*10th Reserves, see&nbsp;[[39th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, 10th Reserves|39th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, 10th Reserves]]<br>
  
 
*14th Reserves, see&nbsp;[[1st Regiment, Pennsylvania Light Artillery (14th Reserves)|1st Regiment, Pennsylvania Light Artillery (14th Reserves)]]<br>
 
*14th Reserves, see&nbsp;[[1st Regiment, Pennsylvania Light Artillery (14th Reserves)|1st Regiment, Pennsylvania Light Artillery (14th Reserves)]]<br>

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The information in this list of Pennsylvania Military Units comes from the Civil War Soldiers and Sailors web site (CWSS). That web site can also be searched by the name of a soldier.

  • Erie Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers (3 months, 1861)
    Began in April 1861 with John W. M'Lane, of Erie, as Colonel. An infantry unit.
    After the three months service, many of the men went into the Eighty-third, One Hundred and Eleventh, One Hundred and Forty-fifth and other Pennsylvania regiments.[1]
  • Pennsylvania Roots, Erie Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, Three-months Service (© Alice J. Gayley) Source: Bates, Samuel P. History of the Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-1865, Harrisburg, 1868-1871. (Accessed 5 June 2012).