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                   161 st  Regiment


        16th  Pennsylvania  Cavalry  –


Pennsylvania  Memorial  at  Gettysburg

  In 1862 he enlisted in Company E, 16th Regiment, Pennsylvania Cavalry, was in the battle

of the Wilderness and many other engagements. He was captured and held prisoner for nine days when Lee surrendered. He was honorably discharged at Lynchburg, Va., June 17, 1865.

James  F.  Davison

Group of Officers. 16th Pa. Calvary

Lucinda Mathers

Burial: Sunville Cemetery 
Venango County -Pennsylvania
Find A Grave Memorial# 52931430

16th Pennsylvania Cavalry Source:


161st  Volunteers  was a cavalry regiment that served

      in the Union Army during the American Civil War.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/16th_Pennsylvania_Cavalry


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Private James Franklin Davison


Born: 16 June 1836 - Plum Twp., Venango Co., Pa.

Died: 30 March 1918 - Sunville, Venango Co., Pa.

       married:  18 January 1860

Lucinda Mathers

Born:                1838 - Sunville, Venango Co., Pa.

Died:  14 April 1927 - Franklin, Venengo Co., Pa.

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    Pennsylvania Volunteer of the Civil War

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James Franklin Davison

Burial: Sunville Cemetery -

Venango County - Pennsylvania
Find A Grave Memorial# 52915533