• John A. Davidsizer
    Sergent of Company A, 1st Pennsylvania Calvary. Joined the service in Lewistown, Pennsylvania. John was born in Milford, Pennsylvania. He was issued the Congressional Medal of Honor for Capture of Flag at Paines Crossroads,VA on April 5, 1865. He was awarded with this honor on May 3, 1865.
     
     
     
    Alexander Elliot
    Sergent of Company A, 1st Pennsylvania Calvary. Joined the service in North Sewickley, Pennsylvania. He was born in Beaver County, Pennsylvania. He was issued the Congressional Medal of Honor for Capture of Flag at Paines Crossroads, VA on April 5, 1865. He was awarded with this honor on May 3, 1865.
     
     
    Charles Higby
    Private of Company F, 1st Pennsylvania Calvary. Joined the service in New Brighton, Pennsylvania. He was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He was issued the Congressional Medal of Honor for Capture of Flag at Appomattox Campaign, VA. from March 29 to April 9, 1865. He was awarded with this honor on May 3, 1865.
     
     
    James P. Landis
    Chief Bugler, 1st Pennsylvania Calvary. He was born in Mifflin County, Pennsylvania. He was issued the Congressional Medal of Honor for Capture of Flag at Paines Crossroads, Va. on April 5, 1865. He was awarded with this honor on May 3, 1865.
     
     
    Hampton S. Thomas 
    Major, 1st Pennsylvania Veteran Calvary. Entered the service in Pennsylvania. He was born November 3rd, 1837 in Quakertown, Pennsylvania. He was issued the Congressional Medal of Honor for gallentry in the capture of field battery along with numerous battle flags along with the destruction of the enemy's wagon trail. He was awarded with this honor on January 5, 1894. Major Thomas lost a leg while performing these duties.


    Henry C. Warfel
    Private of Company A, 1st Pennsylvania calvary. He was born in Huntington, Pennsylvania. He was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for the capture of Virginia State Colors at Paines Crossroads, Va. on April 5, 1865. He was awarded this honor on May 3, 1865.
     
    Andrew J. Young
    Sergant of Company F, 1st Pennsylvania Calvary. He was born in Greene County, Pennsylvania. He entered the service at Carmichaelstown, Pennsylvania. He was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for Capture of flag at Paines Crossroads, Va on April 5, 1865. He was awarded this honor on May 3, 1865.