Hiram Harry Hopkins
Son of Joseph Hopkins (Grandson of James Hopkins SR
Civil War Veteran
Companies A, C, and H of this regiment were raised in Blair county. The regiment saw its first active service in a fight with “Stonewall” Jackson at Hancock, Maryland, and afterward helped to charge and drive the famous Confederate chieftain from his defenses at Kernstown. It was attached, after serving under Pope, to the Army of the Potomac, and fought bravely in nearly all the great battles of that army from the Peninsular to Appomattox Court House.
COMPANY A. - OFFICERS ONE HUNDRED AND TENTH INFANTRY.
Hiram H. Hopkins, 1st lieutenant promoted from 2nd Lt. June 10th, 1862 was then Promoted to Capt Company H Oct. 11th, 1862
HOPKINS, HIRAM H. 3 June 1893 Allegheny Sec 33 GAR CIVIL WAR - Source: John L. Carnprobst Hiram owned the first Livery in Bellwood, PA.(Antis Twp.)