Samuel J. McBride -

Son of " Alexander McBride " and " Mary Armstrong "
Samuel J. McBride, enlisted in Company H, 78th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers on its original organization at Butler, Pennsylvania and was mustard into service of the United States on the 17th of September 1861 for the term of 3 years as Sargeant. He received his commission as 2nd Lieutant by the command of Col. Sirwell. He assumed command of Company H, 78th Regiment on October 24, 1864. He was discharged November 4, 1864.
       The  Gallant  78 th  Volunteer  Infantry

Top  Left  Corner  -  1 st  Lt.  Samuel J. McBride
Samuel J. McBride received his commission as 2nd Lieutant by the command of Col. Sirwell.

       The following is a copy of his original Discharge from his service in the Union Army.
Samuel J. McBride - 2nd Lt.
       at end of Cival War.

 Footnote :  Author of this
    webpage looks like his
          GG Grandfather.
           1864  Lookout
      Mountain  Summit


  
   Chattanooga  from
         North  Bank

    Samuel  J.  McBride
  
    - when a young man.
                       View  from  Look Out  Mountain  1864

Battle of Look Out Mountain



       ( Illustrated Print )
    78th  Regiment Flag

Pennsylvania Volunteers
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                 78  th  Regiment
      Pennsylvania  Volunteers
                     Company  H
     Recruited in Butler County
Samuel J. McBride

    Later  in  Life
Samuel J. McBride

       c:  1873

Samuel - Civil War Info