Believe this is your George Arensberg....
62nd Pennsylvania Volunteers:
Wounded at Gettysburg and had foot amputated. Mustered out with company, 15 August 1864. Buried in Zimmerman(Birmingham) Cemetery, Pittsburgh
Name appears as Armsburg, Arnsburg, Arensbert, and Arnsberg in different documents, although he may be confused with volunteer who served in Company C, 14th Cavalry Regiment Pennsylvania on 7 September 1864 and transfered in Company F, 47th Infantry Regiment Pennsylvania on 12 February 1865. Pension file card for George Armsburg does not list service in the 62d.
1890 Veteran's Schedule, Allegeny County, Pittsburgh, 27th Ward 1st Precinct, ED#33, Page 1, 6/1890:
George Arensburg, Private, Company F ????**, mustered in 9/7/1864, mustered out 9/6/1865, 1 year of service
**Edwin Gilbert is written above information for regiment
Address, Disability Incurred, and Remarks:
68 Welsh Way, 27th Ward, SS? Pittsburgh.
Pretends to have had S??? broke in armed service.
No mention of it on discharge papers
1900 Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh Ward 27, ED#290, Page 94B, 6/11/1900:68 Welsh Way
Walter Hy. Arensberg, 26yo, 2/1874, M/1yr, PA Ger PA, Laborer/Iron Works
Mary, wife, 16yo, --/1884, M/1yr, 1 child, PA PA PA
George L., son, 1/12mo, 4/1900, PA PA PA
S. Luciford, brother, 23yo, 4/1877, PA Ger PA, Laborer (Ireland)
George, father, 58yo, --/1841, widowed, Germany, Imm.1843/57yrs in US/Na