Bradford County PA
Chemung County NY
Tioga County PA
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Photos of Civil War Soldiers of the Tri-County Area

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Submitted by Patty Shumway and Kathy Kuroda. Andrew Melville was of Bradford County

Submitted by Patty Shumway and Kathy Kuroda


Submitted by Sylvia Van Dusen

Attached picture shows Left to Right, John Wesley Preston, Samuel Henry Preston, and George Washington Preston. Sons of Augustus Preston and wife Abigail Fisk. Samuel died June 14, 1864 in the war and John died May 5, 1864 in the war. George fought in many battles and survived the war. George's obituary is on your web pages. These three men are my Great Grand Uncles. Bruce Preston

Submitted by Clarice STILWELL Evans

Stephen Godfrey Mudge was of Mansfield PA

Joseph Dillin of Troy - Camp Photo
Added July 2006

Hello Joyce: 

I am a decendant of the Statts family from Delmar Township and would like to submit a photo of James C. Statts (December 31, 1842  -  May 14, 1874) for your Civil War Photo Album.  Corporal Statts was in H Company, 6th PA Reserves / 35th Infantry a.k.a. the “Tioga Invincibles” and served from April 22, 1861 to June 11, 1864.

Best wishes and great site!
Mark Keller
Glen Allen, VA

In a message dated 4/17/2007 5:42:53 PM Eastern Standard Time, writes:
Added to site 20 MAR 2009

Hello Joyce,

I just recently found your wonderful site.

I've found the 9 year old Isaac Denton living with the Daniel Brink, Jr family in Sheshequinin the 1850 census. Next door it looks like his sister Hannah Denton was living with Daniel Brink, Sr family. On the next page maybe a brother, David, 16 living with another family.

Is there any way to follow the Denton family in this area to NY where they were born through your site or another way? So far have found nothing but the census.

I've attached a photo of Isaac Benjamin Denton who served as a private in the Civil War with Company F of the 5th Regiment of the Pennsylvania Reserve Infantry. He married Mary Louisa Lerch on May 16, 1868 in Brookville, Jefferson, PA.

Thanks for all your work!


Published On Tri-Counties Site On 02/14/99
By Joyce M. Tice