Pennsylvania Cavalry Regiment
(108th Volunteers) Harlan's Light Cavalry
"We left home in the '60s while in the
prime of life, risking life, which many lost, to perpetuate our most glorious Union"
--J.B. Stalb, Co. G, 11th Pa. Cav., --- 1906
11th PA Cav Regiment (108th Volunteers.)
site is maintained by the descendants of those troopers who served in the 11th PA Cav
during the Civil War. The purpose of this site is to honor those who sacrificed much and
in many cases all, so that the Union might live.
11th PA Cav was similar to most units that fought for the Union in the Civil War. They did
their job. They fought and they died. They attacked and they skedaddled. They had
their good days and their bad days. One trooper even earned the Medal
of Honor. You are invited to explore this site and see what life as a Union cavalryman
was like in tidewater Virginia from 1861 to 1865. The detailed
history link will provide you with amazing stories about life in the 11th PA Cav. The
11th PA Cav is most likely the most chronicled Civil War unit on the internet.
and photos of those who served in the 11th PA Cav. are always welcome.
Vance Middleton- Sterling, VA firstname.lastname@example.org
This page was last updated
Credits: Special thanks to The 17th PA Cav Co. E.