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Veteran Civil War, Private, Company E, 42nd PA Infantry Regiment (1st PA Rifles / 13th PA Reserves Corps / Tioga Rifles in Bucktail Regiment), enlisted 31 May 1861 at Wellsboro, Tioga County, PA, separated 15 Jan 1863 due to disability. Then reenlisted as Musician with his brother PVT Mahlon Spanogle into Company A, 205th PA Infantry Regiment, enlisted 19 Aug 1864, separated 02 Jun 1865. His brother died 28 Feb 1865 at Fort Monroe, VA. Peter survived the war. Son of John Spanogle (1799 1874) and Nancy Burket Spanogle(1801 1847). Married Bethia E. McClure. Parents of: Myron H. Spanogle (1856 - 1937), Mary Spanogle (1859 - ?), and Milton B. Spanogle (5 Jan 1863 - 23 Nov 1916). At the outbreak of the Civil War, he was a tinner in a tin shop at Wellsboro, Tioga County, PA. After the war, he resumed his tinner occupation and the family migrated to Michigan around June 1870. In 1894 Veteran Census, he was located in Village of Penwater, Penwater Township, Oceana County, MI. Around 1912, he had an above right knee amputation. In his last years, he was resident of the Soldiers Home, Grand Rapids MI from 12 Nov 1914 until his death. 

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