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The Soldiers of Carbon County in the Rebellion

Mathews, Alfred & Austin N. Hungerford, History of the Counties of Lehigh and Carbon., 1884.

CARBON COUNTY IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION.


Rosters of Officers and Men.*
"The contributions of Carbon County in aid of suppressing the slaveholders' rebellion, in proportion to her population, is unequaled by any county in the State of Pennsylvania, and probably not surpassed by any community in any other State. Not only did this county furnish more men in proportion to her voting population, but the record of her soldiers is unsurpassed in point of bravery and endurance by any other troops. When the first call was made by President Lincoln for seventy-five thousand troops for ninety days, Carbon County sent three full companies to Harrisburg in twenty-four hours. These companies were attached to the Sixth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers. Immediately afterwards a full company was raised for three years, and attached to the famous 'Bucktail Rifles.' These companies were attached to the
  • Sixth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, 6th Regiment
  • Immediately afterwards a full company was raised for three years, and attached to the famous 'Bucktail Rifles.', 42nd Regiment
  • Upon the expiration of the three months' campaign two companies were raised for the Twenty-eighth Regiment P.V., 28th Regiment
  • four companies for the Eighty-first Regiment P.V., 81st Regiment
  • one company for the Sixty-seventh Regiment P.V., 67th Regiment
  • one company for the Fourth Pennsylvania Cavalry, 64th Regiment
  • one company for the Eleventh P.V., 64th Regiment
  • a portion of a company for the Fifty-third Regiment P.V., 53rd Regiment
  • and a portion of a company for the Eleventh Pennsylvania Cavalry, 108th Regiment.
Besides these, about a company were scattered in different other regiments.
"On the next call for troops, in 1862, two more full companies were organized for nine months, which were attached to the One Hundred and Thirty-second Regiment P.V. When the State was threatened with invasion in 1862, a large number of men volunteered for the emergency. In 1863, when Pennsylvania was invaded, the county sent over four hundred men to repel the invaders. In 1864 over two hundred men volunteered for one year. Besides these volunteers from the county, the different sub-districts paid bounties to the amount of hundreds of thousands of dollars to other volunteers.
"The record of the Carbon soldiers commands the admiration of the country. From the beginning to the end of the war our gallant sons were at 'the front.' In Western Virginia, at Falling Waters, from the battle of Dranesville, in 1861, to the surrender of Johnston's army in 1865, there was scarcely a battle fought but witnessed the fall of some brave Carbon County soldier. On the Peninsula, where fell Miller, Conner, Shurlock, Abbott, and a host of others; at Chancellorsville, where the noble Chapman sealed his devotion to his country with his heart's blood; at Bull Run, where the brave Hyndman died, fighting to the last; at South Mountain, where Bitterling cheered on his command with his last breath; at Mine Run, where we lamented the fall of Phillips; at Spottsylvania, and in the long struggle for the capture of Richmond, where fell Hawk, Ginder, Hoover, McGee, Peters, and a host of others; in the last battle with Lee's army, where fell Bond, who had served from the very first call; at Gettysburg, Antietam, Fredericksburg, and a hundred other battle-fields, where such men as major Harkness, Capts. Conner, Shields, Pryor, McLaughlin, Abbott, Marsh, Bieber, Patton, and a thousand other brave Carbon County soldiers bled and won imperishable laurels; in the struggles in the Southwest, and in the long and fatiguing march of Sherman's army from Atlanta to the sea, in which many of the Carbon County men bled and died.
"While we point in sorrow to the long lists of the dead, we mourn with a pride which only such a record can inspire - such a record of heroism, where five-eighths of the soldiers sent from a community are killed and wounded. But not only in bravery and heroic fighting is the record of these soldiers unequaled, but also in point of health and endurance. The grand record of casualties in the United States Volunteers during the war shows that double the number of soldiers died of disease that were killed in battle. The record contained in this volume shows that three times as many of the Carbon County Volunteers were killed in battle as died of disease. We give the record of officers, as follows:
"One brevet brigadier-general.
"Three colonels, of whom one was killed.
"One brevet colonel, who was wounded.
"Three lieutenant-colonels, of whom one was killed and one wounded.
"Three majors, of whom one was killed and one wounded.
"Twenty-eight captains, of whom five were killed, one died, and sixteen wounded.
"Thirty-nine lieutenants, of whom seven were killed and twenty wounded, making a total of seventy-eight officers furnished by Carbon County. Of this number fifteen were killed, one died of disease, and thirty-nine wounded.
"But it is not only the record of the officers that presents such unmistakable evidence of bravery and endurance. The men who filled the ranks have a record equally grand; and it will stand for all time to come as a noble monument to the patriotism of little Carbon. While the remains of the loved ones rest peacefully in the dust of the battle-fields of the South; while we mourn the loss of so many of the noblest youths of our county; while fathers and mothers cherish the memory of patriotic sons, and widows and orphans that of husbands and fathers, we have the one proud consciousness that during a period of danger such as few nations have ever experienced we were true to the legacy intrusted to us by the founders of this great nation. The people of Carbon County have the consciousness that during the slaveholders' rebellion they discharged their whole duty.
"Native and foreign alike served with honor and distinction, and it is but just to say of the German, Irish, and Welsh, who form so large a proportion of the population of Carbon, that they came up nobly to the defense of their adopted country, and the list of deaths on many a battle-field attest the gallantry of the foreign portion of Carbon County volunteers."

Sixth Regiment P.V.I. (Three Months' Men).

6th Regiment - This regiment was commanded by colonel James Nagel, of Pottsville, and attached to Gen. Patterson's division, which served at Harper's Ferry and on the Upper Potomac. Companies A, I, and K were from Carbon County, and were mustered April 22, 1861, and discharged in July, 1861. Many of the men re-enlisted for three years, or until the end of the war.

COMPANY A
(Mustered in April 22, 1861; discharged July 22, 1861.)
Eli T. Conner, captain; William I. Conner, 1st lieutenant.; John D. Bertolette, 2nd lieutenant.; Edward D. Tombler, 1st sergeant, John T. Simpson, 2nd sergeant; David Ginder, 3d sergeant; Charles Simons, 4th sergeant; Alfred Knecht, Delanson Geddas, Oliver K. Pryor, Samuel D. Conner, corporals; Aquilla J. Marsh, Edward Wilson, musicians.

Privates
Joseph Andrews.
John Millheim.
Abraham C. Angel.
Jacob Miller.
John Arroman.
George W. Moss.
Nathan Brelsford.
Wallace McIntosh.
John Bond.
Aaron Moser.
Newton H. Bieber.
Joel Mank.
Hiram Briggs.
Aaron Oxrider.
William J. Briggs.
William Ormrod.
Israel K. Briggs.
James Patterson.
Thomas G. Conner.
Charles H. Peltz.
Thomas W. Ebert.
John Patton.
Richard Edwards.
Samuel Peters.
Ezra B. Ely.
George F. Painter.
Henry Foster.
Albert G.H. Raw.
Lewis Grandison.
Daniel A. Reinheimer.
Sidney N. Hawk.
Charles Richard.
Samuel S. Hawk.
Joseph Schadel.
Edwin Horn.
John M. Schofield.
Thomas Hanlin.
Frank Strittmaker.
Aaron Henry.
Lewis Schreiber.
William Helmuth.
William Simpson.
John Islan.
William Smith.
Andrew Johnson.
Robert Tate.
Nathan Lynn.
Robert Tanner.
Nathan Leffler.
Stephen Taggart.
Jesse Lines.
Lebo Winters.
Charles Langkammer.
Alfred Walton.
Francis Long.
Jacob Winner.
John Lindsay.
Henry Will.
Ernst Lesman.
Benjamin Yonkers.
Franck C. Miner.


Died
Lentz, Alexander, died in hospital at Hagerstown, Md., July 22, 1861.

COMPANY I
(Mustered in April 22, 1861; discharged July 22, 1861.)
John Craig, captain; Samuel Shurlock, 1st lieutenant.; William Belford, 2nd lieutenant.; Thomas Kalbfus, 1st sergeant; Nicholas C. Glace, 2nd sergeant; William DeWitt, 3d sergeant; Lee Stiles, 4th sergeant; William Miller, George Brown, Thomas B. Leisenring, Wayne Winters, corps.; Charles Eberly, Charles T. Sigman, musicians.

Privates
Peter Andre.
Robert McDahola.
Henry Bloomy.
Daniel Martin.
John Balentine.
Adam Mont.
W.J. Boyd.
John McCroty.
Andrew Burt.
Jacob Nagel.
Leonard Buer.
A.C.B. Neimeyer.
N. Buck.
C.W. Overhold.
Wilson Beer.
S.K. Overhold.
A.S. Bellin.
John Pellea.
Peter Boyle.
Otto Pearson.
Robert Boston.
Alexander Petrie.
John Brislin.
Henry Peffercole.
James Caffrey.
Peter Reinmiller.
William Day.
Joseph Reed.
Henry Dietrich.
Abraham G. Rough.
Peter Dougherty.
Joseph Rathwell.
George Dert.
James Robison.
George W. Frank.
John Rutledge.
Lewis Fink.
Josiah Smith.
Charles Goodman.
Washington Seitzer.
John Graham.
S.S. Smith.
John Green.
A.J. Sheimer.
J.E. Gabriel.
Lewis Saylor.
Archibald Gilmore.
William Stout.
Frederick Hanning.
J.W. Shellheimer.
James Heaton.
C.D. Smith.
Emanuel Hoover.
James R. Smith.
John Kindlin.
John R. Sewell.
Francis Knorr.
Samuel Thompson.
John Lewis.
J.B. Thompson.
Joseph Lee.
John Yost.
Joseph Lindsay.
James Yard.
Abraham Long.
Thomas Horne.

COMPANY K
(Mustered in April 22, 1861; discharged July 22, 1861.)
Thomas Wilhelm, captain; Patrick Hughs, 1st lieutenant.; Jacob Arndt, 2nd lieutenant.; Charles Cooper, 1st sergeant; James Warner, 2nd sergeant; Peter S. Ege, 3d sergeant; Daniel Tubbs, 4th sergeant; Robert Depue, T. Siegfried, Henry F. Brown, S.K. Austin, corps.; George H. Williams, drummer.

Privates
John Arrowman.
C. Kleppner.
Cornelius Acker.
George Lewis.
George Buck.
John McQuire.
Thomas Bergenstock.
Owen McDawn.
Joseph Billing.
Daniel McGeehan.
John Burnett.
S.H. Miller.
John Brittain.
Thomas J. Miller.
John Bowman.
Joseph Murrier.
S. Briner.
Henry Munsen.
John Buelow.
Philip Moore.
Martin Bowerfort.
A. Meacham.
James Barr.
C. Minninger.
Joseph Conrad.
R.S. Purcell.
Thomas Conerty.
S.C. Parkes.
Joseph Connelly.
Peter Parker.
D.L. Chandler.
John Shultz.
William C. Call.
Frederick Shultz.
Daniel Derchan.
William Schrank.
E.E. Dodson.
Frederick Schroeber.
James Dunbar.
Girard L. Staples.
John Fidler.
Anthony Sandherr.
John Fritz.
A.G. Stone.
Franklin Flat.
Tilghman Sourwine.
William Garrory.
William Schucke.
Henry R. Glace.
George Slate.
William R. Garritt.
Daniel Summerman.
James Geddas.
Joseph Smith.
Jonas Henry.
William Thomas.
David Hartz.
George Williams.
William Harris.
J.B. Wasser.
Henry Hoffman.
Henry Watforce.
J.J. Klotz.
John Wharren.
Philip Keefawbler.
E.D. Young.

"Bucktail Rifles"

42nd Regiment -
COMPANY F
- This company, in the First Pennsylvania "Bucktails" (of the Pennsylvania Reserve Volunteer Corps), was originally intended for the campaign of three months, but when it reached Harrisburg no companies were accepted for a shorter term than three years. It was the first three-years' organization at the State capital, and was mustered into service May 15, 1861. The first action in which the company participated was the skirmish at Falling Waters, early in 1861. The first severe action was the battle of Dranesville, Dec. 20, 1861. Subsequently the company fought in the Seven Days' battle on the Peninsula, in the battles of Bull Run, South Mountain, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, and the Wilderness, and all through the long struggle to the front of Petersburg and Richmond in 1864.

COMPANY F
(Mustered in May 15, 1861; mustered out June 11, 1864.)
Dennis McGee, captain, discharged in 1863, and subsequently reinstated, and resigned in 1865.
Charles Bitterling, 1st lieutenant., commissioned May 29, 1861.
Henry E. Swartz, sergeant, discharged September, 1862, disability.
Conrad Vogel, sergeant
George Seiwell, sergeant
W. Harry Rauch, sergeant, served three years.
Joseph Shelly, corporal, enlisted Aug. 16, 1861.
George McIntosh, discharged September, 1862.
Fidel Armbruster, private, re-enlisted Jan. 3, 1864; taken prisoner June 26, 1862, and May 3, 1864; exchanged and served to the end of the war.
George Bott, enlisted Aug. 6, 1861.
Philip Beer.
John Brannon.
George Bierlingmeyer, enlisted Dec. 16, 1861.
Dennis Brislin, enlisted April 29, 1861.
John Caden.
Andrew Connaghan, enlisted April 29, 1861.
William Curtis.
Patrick Carr.
John Carroll, discharged on account of disability.
John Deahn, enlisted Dec. 16, 1861; re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
Richard W. Davis, discharged October, 1862, for disability.
John Dugan.
Joseph Eirly.
Frederick Ehman, discharged May, 1862.
George Eickoff.
Ferdinand Eichoff.
John Fenstermacher.
Stephen Fell.
Anthony Grieshaber, taken prisoner and exchanged.
Patrick Hanlin.
Lynford Hawk.
Samuel Hollenbach, enlisted July 21, 1861.
Edward Higgins, discharged on account of disability.
John W. Hooker, enlisted Aug. 16, 1861.
Michael Henah, discharged.
William Hettinger.
John Hills.
John Hollenhach, enlisted July 21, 1861; re-enlisted, and served to the end of the war.
Albert Herman.
Martin King, enlisted Aug. 6, 1861.
William Keiser.
Patrick Kennedy, served two years and five months; re-enlisted in another regiment.
Charles McFadden.
James Matthews.
John Meyer.
Michael McCue.
Peter Mangold.
Charles Middle[ ].
Henry Munson, enlisted Dec. 16, 1861.
John McCafferty, discharged on account of disability Dec. 11, 1861.
William Marshall.
John Osmun, enlisted July 21, 1861.
Andrew Quinn, re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
Moses Rhoads, discharged on account of disability Dec. 11, 1861.
William D. Robins.
Courtland Schofield.
William F. Rehr.
Frederick Sutter.
Christian Shlaffley.
Stephen Shiry.
Philip Shannon.
Frank Sellinger.
Charles Shultz, enlisted Dec. 16, 1861.
Daniel Sullivan.
Thomas Scott, re-enlisted, and served to the end of the war.
Charles Trout.
Charles Vogel, enlisted Nov. 12, 1861; discharged on account of disability.
Theodore Yanke, discharged on account of disability.
Henry Zundel, promoted to chief bugler.

List of Killed
1st lieutenant. Charles Bitterling, commissioned May 29, 1861; killed in battle of South Mountain Sept. 14, 1862.
sergeant Conrad Vogel, enlisted May 15, 1861; killed in battle of South Mountain Sept. 14, 1862.
corporal Joseph Shelly, enlisted Aug. 16, 1861; killed in battle of South Mountain Sept. 14, 1862.
Brannon, John, enlisted May 15, 1861; killed in the battle of Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.
Brislin, Dennis, enlisted April 29, 1861; killed near Fredericksburg.
Connaghan, Andrew, enlisted April 29, 1861; killed at battle of Bethesda Church May 30, 1864.
Fenstermacher, John, enlisted May 15, 1861; killed at battle of Gaines' Mill June 27, 1862.
Hanlin, Patrick, enlisted May 15, 1861; killed at the battle of Bethesda Church May 30, 1864.
Hooker, John W., enlisted Aug. 16, 1861; wounded at Dranesville Dec. 20, 1861; killed at Antietam Sept. 17, 1862.
King, Martin, enlisted Aug. 6, 1861; killed at the battle of the Wilderness May 3, 1864.
McFadden, Charles, enlisted May 15, 1861; killed at South Mountain Sept. 14, 1862.
Mangold, Peter, enlisted May 15, 1861; killed at South Mountain Sept. 14, 1862.
McCue, Michael, enlisted May 15, 1861; killed at Bull Run Aug. 29, 1862.
Munsen, Henry, enlisted Dec. 16, 1861; killed at the Wilderness May 3, 1864.
Osman, John, enlisted July 21, 1861; killed at Kelly's Ford Aug. 26, 1862.
Robins, William D., enlisted May 15, 1861; killed at Charles City
Cross-Roads June, 1862.
Shlaffley, Christian, enlisted May 15, 1861; killed at Antietam Sept. 17, 1862.

Died
Fell, Stephen, enlisted May 15, 1861; taken prisoner and died in April, 1864.
Hollenbach, Samuel, enlisted July 21, 1861; wounded at Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862; re-enlisted; captured and died prisoner of war.
Schofield, Courtland, enlisted May 15, 1861; died in Camp Pierpont December, 1861.
Shiry, Stephen, enlisted May 15, 1861; wounded at Bull Run Aug. 29, 1862, and died in rebel prison.
Shultz, Charles, enlisted Dec. 16, 1861; captured and died in rebel prison in 1864.
Twenty-eighth Regiment -
COMPANY E
- This company was mustered into service July 6, 1861; re-enlisted Dec. 27, 1863, and served to the end of the war. Following is the roster:

"FIELD AND STAFF"
Lansford F. Chapman, major, commissioned captain July 6, 1861; promoted to major Jan. 15, 1863; killed in battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 3, 1863.
Jacob D. Arner, major, promoted to captain Jan. 15, 1863; promoted to major June 1, 1865.

COMPANY E
Simon F. Laurish, captain, enlisted June 25, 1861; re-enlisted Dec. 27, 1863; promoted to 1st sergeant May 1, 1863; to captain in 1865.
Charles F. Chapman, 1st lieutenant., promoted to 1st lieutenant. Jan. 15, 1863.
Douglas McLean, enlisted in 1861; re-enlisted in 1863; promoted to sergeant September, 1863; promoted to 1st lieutenant. 1865.
Frank McFall, 2nd lieutenant., enlisted Jan. 25, 1861; discharged as sergeant Dec. 1, 1862; appointed 2nd lieutenant. Jan. 15, 1863.
Henry E. Grover, 2nd lieutenant., enlisted in 1861; re-enlisted in 1863; promoted from corporal to sergeant May 1, 1863; promoted to 2nd lieutenant. 1865.
Bernhard Lynch, sergeant, promoted from private to corporal Feb. 18, 1863; to sergeant May 4, 1863.
Aaron Bennyhoff, sergeant, promoted from private to corporal Feb. 16, 1863; to sergeant April 1, 1865.
Moses Rehrig, sergeant, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged Feb. 18, 1863, at Dumfries, Va., on account of disability.
James Lynch, sergeant, enlisted June 25, 1861.
Aaron Moser, sergeant, enlisted Sept. 3, 1861.
Gustavus Hartley, sergeant, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged July 8, 1864, having served three years.
George Harlos, corporal, promoted to corporal July 1, 1863.
Herbert Weston, corporal, promoted to corporal July 1, 1863.
Gideon Moser, corporal, promoted to corporal Jan. 1, 1864.
Samuel Kunkle, corporal, promoted to corporal Jan. 1, 1864.
Herman Ernst, corporal, promoted to corporal Jan. 1, 1864.
Jacob D. Fries, corporal, promoted to corporal April 1, 1865.
Jacob Beers, Sr., corporal
Jacob Beers, Jr., corporal, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged Feb. 16, 1863, at Washington, D.C.
Oscar D. Case, corporal, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged June 30, 1862, on account of disability.
David B. Shaffer, corporal, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged Feb. 18, 1863, on account of disability.
Alfred Wittingham, corporal, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged Dec. 31, 1862.
Jesse Gangewere, corporal, enlisted Aug. 27, 1862; discharged May 18, 1865, by order of War Department.
Casper S. Meyers, corporal, enlisted June 25, 1861; transferred Oct. 5, 1861, to Knapp's Battery.
William Laird, musician.
Michael McAllister, musician.
John Fox, wagoner.


Privates
David Amig.
John Ackerman, enlisted June 25, 1861; transferred Nov. 4, 1862, to 6th U.S. Cav.
Richard Brennen.
Edward Boyle.
John Brindle, enlisted March 21, 1864; vet. vol.
Hiram Blowers, enlisted March 8, 1865.
John Burie, enlisted Feb. 23, 1865.
John Burns, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged July 20, 1864, having served enlistment of three years.
Patrick Burns, enlisted June 25, 1861; transferred July 1, 1863, to Invalid Corps.
James Brown, enlisted June 25, 1861.
James Connerty.
Oram Colbath, enlisted Feb. 27, 1865.
Thomas Compton, enlisted Feb. 28, 1865.
John P. Cortright, enlisted March 6, 1865.
Thomas Campsie, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged Feb. 28, 1863, on account of disability.
John Campbell, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged July 20, 1864, having served enlistment of three years.
Francis Crilly, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged July 20, 1864, having served enlistment of three years.
John C. Conover, enlisted Dec. 23, 1861; discharged Sept. 10, 1862.
William Carey, enlisted June 25, 1861.
Patrick Curran, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged June 23, 1862, on account of disability.
David B. Davis.
Elisha Dunbar, enlisted Feb. 28, 1865.
John Desmond, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged Nov. 4, 1862, on account of disability.
Frank A. Eisenbra, enlisted July 15, 1861; discharged July 5, 1862, on account of disability.
William H. Evans, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged July 20, 1864, having served three years.
Edward Eveland, enlisted June 25, 1861.
Jacob W. Grover, enlisted Feb. 9, 1864.
William Gangewere, enlisted Feb. 15, 1865.
Isaac Graff, substitute, enlisted Feb. 7, 1865.
Franklin Gaumer, enlisted June 25, 1861.
James Henry.
David Hartz, enlisted Feb. 5, 1864.
James W. Kane, enlisted Feb. 4, 1864.
Thomas Hamilton, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged Feb. 28, 1862, on account of disability.
John H. Hummel, substitute, enlisted Aug. 16, 1864; discharged April 28, 1865, by order of the War Department.
Henry Harris, enlisted June 25, 1861; transferred July 27, 1863, to Invalid Corps.
Daniel Hertzog, enlisted June 25, 1861.
Jacob Hartz, enlisted June 25, 1861; re-enlisted as vet. vol. Dec. 24, 1863.
William Hagenbauch, enlisted June 25, 1861; re-enlisted as vet. vol. Dec. 24, 1863.
William Johnson.
Solomon Johnson, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged July 20, 1864, having served enlistment of three years.
John Jenkins, enlisted June 25, 1861; transferred Oct. 5, 1861, to Knapp's Pa. Batt.
James Johnson, enlisted June 25, 1861.
Thomas Knecht.
Charles M. Koons, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged Dec. 8, 1862, disability.
Peter L. Kinney, enlisted March 8, 1865; discharged June 27, 1865.
William Leinbach, enlisted Feb. 11, 1864.
Henry Lentz, enlisted July 15, 1861; discharged July 20, 1864.
Jeremiah Labar, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged Sept. 29, 1862.
Charles N. Morris, enlisted Feb. 27, 1865.
Robert S. Monroe, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged July 20, 1864.
William H. Moody, enlisted June 25, 1861; transferred Oct. 5, 1861, to Knapp's Pa. Batt.
Patrick Murphy, enlisted July 15, 1861; transferred Aug. 13, 1863, to Invalid Corps.
Charles Milham, enlisted June 25, 1861; transferred Oct. 5, 1861, to Knapp's Pa. Batt.
Robert Moore, enlisted Aug. 31, 1861; substitute.
William McCoy, enlisted Feb. 16, 1864.
Edward McGadey, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged July 20, 1864.
Cornelius McCue, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged March 18, 1863, disability.
John McGeady, enlisted Feb. 29, 1864; transferred Jan. 1, 1865, to Veteran Reserve Corps.
Isaac McKiever, enlisted Feb. 11, 1864; transferred April 21, 1865, to Veteran Reserve Corps.
Patrick McKenna, enlisted Dec. 23, 1861.
Washington G. Neith.
Jacob Nuss, enlisted June 25, 1861.
Thomas O'Brien, enlisted July 15, 1861; discharged April 4, 1863, disability.
Peter Odenkirchen, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged July 20, 1864.
Robert Pettit.
William H. Peter, enlisted March 8, 1865.
James Powels, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged Dec. 8, 1862, disability.
Charles Powels, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged July 20, 1864.
George W. Pratt, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged March 10, 1863, disability.
William P. Rudolph, enlisted Oct. 27, 1862; discharged Aug. 9, 1864, disability.
Caleb Rawley, enlisted Jan. 29, 1864.
Oliver W. Roth, enlisted Feb. 27, 1865.
Harrison Rawley, enlisted June 25, 1861.
Henry J. Shaver.
William Smith.
Charles F. Smith.
David Smith, enlisted Feb. 17, 1864.
Robert Scott, enlisted Feb. 4, 1864.
Thomas Strohl, enlisted March 8, 1865.
Henry E. Smith, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged July 22, 1863, by order of the Secretary of War.
Henry Sterling, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged Feb. 18, 1863, disability.
William B. Shutt, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged Feb. 24, 1863, disability.
Henry Senn, enlisted July 15, 1861; transferred Nov. 4, 1862, to 6th U.S. Cav.
John Sauer, enlisted Sept. 7, 1863.
Mabry Trout.
Thomas G. Thomas, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged Nov. 29, 1862, disability.
William Weidaw.
Wesley Wagner, enlisted Feb. 28, 1865.
William Wagner, enlisted Feb. 28, 1865.
Clinton F. Weaver, enlisted Feb. 24, 1865.
Aaron Weidaw, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged May 31, 1862, disability.
Edward Ward, enlisted July 15, 1861; discharged July 20, 1864.
John J. Walker, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged June 3, 1862.
William Weiss, enlisted June 25, 1861; re-enlisted as veteran volunteer Dec. 24, 1863.
Charles Young, enlisted Feb. 2, 1864.
Samuel Yehl, enlisted Feb. 27, 1865.
Thomas Young, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged May 16, 1865, veteran volunteer.
Gideon Yost, enlisted June 25, 1861; transferred Nov. 15, 1863, to Invalid Corps.
Joseph J. Zehner, enlisted June 25, 1861; discharged July 20, 1864.

Killed
major Lansford F. Chapman, commissioned captain July 6, 1861; promoted major Jan. 15, 1863; killed in battle of Chancellorsville, Va., May 3, 1863.
sergeant James Lynch, enlisted June 25, 1861; killed Sept. 17, 1862, in the battle of Antietam, Md.
sergeant Aaron Moser, enlisted Sept. 3, 1861; died May 9, 1864, of wounds received in battle at Mill Springs Gap, Ga., May 8, 1864.
Hertzogg, Daniel, enlisted June 25, 1861; killed May 3, 1863, at battle of Chancellorsville, Va.
Hartz, Jacob, enlisted June 25, 1861; re-enlisted as veteran volunteer Dec. 24, 1863; died May 22, 1864, of wounds received May 8, 1864, at the battle of Mill Spring Gap, Ga.
Hagenbauch, William, enlisted June 25, 1861; re-enlisted as veteran volunteer, Dec. 24, 1863; killed June 15, 1864, at the battle of Pine Knob, Ga.
Johnson, James, enlisted June 25, 1861; killed at the battle of Chancellorsville May 3, 1863.
Nuss, Jacob, enlisted June 25, 1861; died Sept. 21, 1862, of wounds received at the battle of Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862.
Rawley, Harrison, enlisted June 25, 1861; killed Sept. 17, 1862, at the battle of Antietam.
Sauer, John, enlisted Sept. 7, 1863; died Aug. 22, 1864, of wounds received in the battle of Peach Tree Creek, July 20, 1864.
Weiss, William, enlisted June 25, 1861; re-enlisted as veteran volunteer Dec. 24, 1863; died July 10, 1864, of wounds received near Marietta, Ga., June 24, 1864.

Died
Brown, James, enlisted June 25, 1861; died Aug. 6, 1861, at Sandy Hook, Md.
Carey, William, enlisted June 25, 1861; died May 22, 1862, in hospital at Alexandria, Va.
Eveland, Edward, enlisted June 25, 1861; died May 10, 1863, at Acquia Landing, Va.
Gaumer, Franklin, enlisted June 25, 1861; died May 10, 1862, at Rectertown, Va.
Moore, Robert, enlisted Aug. 31, 1861; substitute; died Aug. 31, 1864, at Bridgeport, Ala.
McKenna, Patrick, enlisted Dec. 23, 1861; drowned July 5, 1862, while bathing in the Potomac at Bank's Ford.

COMPANY A
Simpson, William, enlisted as drummer, June, 1861; re-enlisted in 1863; promoted to drum-major of the regiment. Served to the end of the war.
Spohn, Frederick, enlisted June, 1861; promoted to fife-major of the regiment; served three years.

Fourth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteer Cavalry, company A

64th Regiment - This company, in which most of the men were from Carbon County, was during the first two years of the war commanded by officers from other counties. Subsequently the company produced some splendid and dashing officers. Nearly all of the men served three years or to the end of the war.

COMPANY A
Joseph Andrews, captain, enlisted Aug. 7, 1861, as 1st sergeant; promoted to 2nd lieutenant. Oct. 18, 1861; to 1st lieutenant. Sept. 1, 1862; to captain Oct. 5, 1863; mustered out of service Sept. 29, 1864.
William Hyndman, captain, enlisted as private May 1, 1862; promoted to sergeant July 31, 1863; to 1st lieutenant. Dec. 13, 1864; to captain March 8, 1865; served to the end of the war.
George W. Moss, captain, enlisted Aug. 7, 1861, as sergeant; promoted to 1st sergeant Dec. 1, 1864; to 2nd lieutenant. Dec. 21, 1864; promoted to captain Co. F March 8, 1865; served from the beginning to the end of the war.
Herman Horn, 1st lieutenant; appointed 1st lieutenant. Aug. 15, 1861; resigned Dec. 21, 1861.
Christian Freeby, 2nd lieutenant., enlisted as private Aug. 7, 1861; promoted to sergeant Oct. 1, 1861; to 1st sergeant Dec. 4, 1861; to 2nd lieutenant. Sept. 1, 1862; mustered out Nov. 19, 1864.
Alfred Walton, 1st sergeant, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861.
James Smith, sergeant, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
Albert G.W. Raw, sergeant, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
Nathan Brelsford, sergeant, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
Neal Cunning, corporal, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
Robert Boston, sergeant, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; discharged July 20, 1863, at Harrisburg by order of the Secretary of War.
Philip Keefaber, sergeant, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
William Kain, Jr., sergeant, enlisted March 1, 1862; re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
John Rinker, corporal, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
Tilghman Ash, corporal, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; discharged Aug. 15, 1864; re-enlisted Feb. 21, 1865; served to the end of the war.
George Kent, corporal, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
Marcus Moyer, corporal, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; discharged Aug. 15, 1864, at Prince George Court-House, Va., having served an enlistment of three years.
Merrit A. Brown, bugler, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; discharged Oct. 15, 1862, at Philadelphia, Pa., on account of disability.
Alexander Campsie, bugler, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
John Guth, blacksmith, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.


Privates
Reuben Arner, enlisted Feb. 29, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Charles Bobst, enlisted Jan. 3, 1865; served until disbandment of company.
Martin Bloss, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861.
George W. Bartholomew, enlisted Feb. 16, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Charles W. Brown, enlisted Feb. 20, 1865; served to the end of the war.
Jacob Banks, enlisted Feb. 20, 1865; served to the end of the war.
Miller H. Brown, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861.
William J. Boyd, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; discharged at Harrisburg Aug. 15, 1864, having served three years.
Daniel Bloss, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; discharged May 1, 1862, at Falmouth, Va., on account of disability.
Tilghman Blakely, enlisted Feb. 8, 1864; transferred to Army of the West Dec. 29, 1864, by order of the Secretary of War.
Joseph C.H. Conner, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
Thomas Conner, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861.
Wilfred Conner, enlisted Feb. 29, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Michael Cocklin, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861.
Stephen Condon, enlisted Aug. 20, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Robert Crawford, enlisted April 26, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Simon Dreisbach, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; discharged at Washington Oct. 29, 1863, on account of disability.
Joseph Drumbore, enlisted Feb. 16, 1864; served to the end of the war.
James Davis, enlisted Feb. 16, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Hugh Dugan, enlisted April 26, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Richard Edwards, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; discharged Aug. 15, 1864, at Philadelphia, having served three years.
Thomas Edwards, enlisted Aug. 15, 1864; discharged Aug. 15, 1864, at Prince George Court-House, Va., having served three years.
John Erwin, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; re-enlisted and served to end of war.
Edward Edwards, enlisted Aug. 20, 1864; served to end of the war.
Nathan Fritz, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; discharged Aug. 15, 1864, at Philadelphia, Pa., having served three years.
John Fidler, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; re-enlisted and served to end of the war.
Jacob File, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861.
Constantine Furtwangler, enlisted Feb. 15, 1865; served until disbandment of company.
Nicholas Garvey, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; discharged Aug. 15, 1864, at Prince George Court-House, Va., having served three years.
Condy Gallagher, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; discharged Oct. 22, 1864, near Petersburg, Va., having served three years.
Edwin Gurlynn, enlisted Aug. 16, 1864; served to the end of the war.
William A. Graver, enlisted Feb. 15, 1865; served until disbandment of company.
Andrew Graver, enlisted Feb. 15, 1865; served until disbandment of company.
George Haren, enlisted Sept. 1, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Alfred Hoffman, enlisted Feb. 15, 1865; served to the end of the war.
Joseph Hand, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861.
William T. Hess, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861.
John Isley, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; re-enlisted and served to the end of war.
John Jeffries, enlisted Sept. 1, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Abraham Kettra, enlisted Sept. 8, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Jacob Katzmoyer, enlisted Sept. 8, 1864; served to the end of the war.
William F. Klotz, enlisted Feb. 15, 1865; served until disbandment of company.
Daniel Knerr, enlisted Feb. 20, 1865; served to the end of war.
William Kain, Sr., enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; discharged Oct. 20, 1862, disability.
Francis Xavier Kopf, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; discharged Aug. 15, 1864, at Prince George Court-House, Va., having served three years.
Charles Keck, enlisted Sept. 29, 1862; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps, October, 1863.
John Leslie, enlisted Feb. 17, 1865; served until disbandment of company.
John J. Lewis, enlisted Sept. 1, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Alfred Larish, enlisted Feb. 20, 1865; served to the end of the war.
Reuben Moyer, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; discharged March 1, 1862, for disability.
Robert McLaughlin, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861.
James Moore, enlisted Sept. 8, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Patrick Moore, enlisted Aug. 16, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Henry Miller, enlisted March 16, 1863; served to the end of the war.
Gottlieb Moyer, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861.
George Miller, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861.
Archibald McMichael, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
Alexander McClean, enlisted April 26, 1864; served to the end of the war.
John McHugh, enlisted Aug. 16, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Thomas McKeever, enlisted Sept. 8, 1864; served to the end of the war; served three years in the 5th Regiment (Loyal) Virginia Cavalry previously.
Joseph McLaughlin, enlisted Sept. 8, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Daniel McVay, enlisted Feb. 17, 1865; served until disbandment of company.
John McCarren, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861.
James McLaughlin, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861.
John Meyer, enlisted Aug. 15, 1816; transferred to Co. B, 11th Pennsylvania Cavalry, Aug. 24, 1861.
Martzell Nafts, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
William Oswald, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; discharged Aug. 15, 1864, at Prince George Court-House, Va., having served three years.
Condy O'Brien, enlisted Feb. 17, 1865; served until disbandment of company.
Charles A. Patterson, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; discharged Jan. 1, 1862; disability.
Samuel Powell, enlisted Feb. 16, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Thomas Richards, Feb. 16, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Jonathan Richards. enlisted Feb. 16, 1864; served to the end of the war.
William Stermer, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; discharged Aug. 15, 1864, at Prince George Court-House, Va., having served three years.
David Stahler, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861.
John Shultz, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861.
William Smith, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861.
William W. Thomas, enlisted Aug. 20, 1864; served to the end of the war.
David C. Thomas, enlisted Sept., 1864; discharged May 20, 1865, on account of wounds received in action.
Richard Tiful, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861.
John W. Welsh, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; discharged Feb. 8, 1865, on account of wounds received in action.
Peter Wertz, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
John Weaver, enlisted Sept. 8, 1864.
Benjamin S. Younker, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps Dec. 15, 1864.
Stephen Ziegenfuss, enlisted Sept. 29, 1862; re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.

Killed
Hess, William T., enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; killed at Gravel Hill Farm, Va., Aug. 16, 1864; Parryville.
Brown, Miller H., enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; killed at Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862, while carrying dispatches to Gen. Hooker; Summit Hill.
Cochlin, Michael, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; killed Sept. 13, 1863, at Culpeper, Va.; Summit Hill.
File, Jacob, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; killed June 21, 1864, at St. Mary's Church, Va.; Mauch Chunk.
Miller, George, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; killed May 13, 1863, at Dumfries, Va.; Summit Hill.
Weaver, John, enlisted Sept. 8, 1864; killed Feb. 6, 1865, at Hatcher's Run, Va.; Summit Hill.
Conner, Thomas, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; died May 19, 1863, at Kelley's Ford, of wounds received in action; Weissport.

Died
Walton, Alfred, 1st sergeant, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; died in rebel prison at Andersonville, Ga., Aug. 31, 1864; captured at Sulphur Springs Oct. 12, 1863.
McLaughlin, James, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; died in rebel prison at Andersonville, Ga., Aug. 20, 1864; captured at Sulphur Springs Oct. 12, 1863.
Moyer, Gotleib, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; died in rebel prison at Andersonville, Ga., July 30, 1864; captured at Sulphur Springs Oct. 12, 1863.
McCarren, John, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; died in rebel prison at Andersonville, Ga., July 28, 1864; captured at Sulphur Springs Oct. 12, 1863.
Stahler, David, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; died in rebel prison at Andersonville, Ga., Aug. 25, 1864; captured at Sulphur Springs Oct. 12, 1863.
Smith, William, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; died in rebel prison at Andersonville, Ga., July 15, 1864; captured at Sulphur Springs Oct. 12, 1863.
Shultz, John, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; died in rebel prison at Andersonville, Ga., July 30, 1864; captured at Sulphur Springs Oct. 12, 1863.
Tiful, Richard, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; died April 30, 1863, at Dumfries, Va.
Bloss, Martin, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; died Dec. 7, 1862, at Weissport, Pa., while at home on furlough.
Hand, Joseph, enlisted Aug. 15, 1861; re-enlisted and died at Parryville, Pa., April 3, 1864, while on veteran furlough.

Fifty-third Regiment.

53rd Regiment - A large part of COMPANY E, of this regiment, was from Carbon County. This was a three-years' regiment, the men being mustered in in September, 1861, and many of them re-enlisting and not being mustered out until the discharge of the regiment at the close of the war.

COMPANY E
(Mustered in September, 1861; mustered out June 30, 1865.)
John Shields, captain, commissioned 1st lieutenant. September, 1861; promoted to captain Feb. 23, 1863; discharged on account of wounds March 13, 1864.
Robert Tate, 1st sergeant
James Hutchinson, sergeant, enlisted October, 1861; re-enlisted and transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps in March, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Patrick Collins, sergeant, re-enlisted in 1863.
Daniel McGinley, corporal
P.F. Gildea, corporal, transferred to the 1st U.S. Cavalry October, 1862.
John McClelland, re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.


Privates
Douglas E. Boyle, discharged in 1862; re-enlisted in 202nd Regiment in 1864; served to the end of the war.
Robert Beaty.
James Collins, transferred to 1st U.S. Cavalry October, 1862.
Patrick Conoghan.
Job Davis, discharged on account of disability in 1863.
Peter Doyle.
Condy Elliott, re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
James Fitzgerald.
Peter Gill, discharged on account of disability.
Michael Heenan.
John J. Meighan, transferred to 1st U.S. Cavalry in 1862.
Patrick McLaughlin, re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
John O'Donnell, transferred to the 1st U.S. Cavalry in October, 1862.

Killed
Daniel McGinley, corporal, enlisted in September, 1861; killed in the battle of Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1861.
Doyle, Peter, enlisted in September, 1861; killed in the battle of Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.
Heehan, Michael, enlisted in September, 1861; killed in the battle of Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.

Died
Beaty, Robert, enlisted in September, 1861; died in hospital at New York March, 1863.
Conaghan, Patrick, enlisted in September, 1861; died in hospital at Washington, D.C., March 10, 1862.
Fitzgerald, James, enlisted in September, 1861; died in hospital at Washington, D.C., March 10, 1862.
(Privates Andrew Conaghan, Dennis Brislin, and Patrick Hanlin, members of this company, were transferred to COMPANY F, "Bucktail" Regiment, where their record is given. They were all killed)

Eleventh Regiment Pennsylvania Cavalry.

108th Regiment - A considerable part of COMPANY H, in this three-years' regiment, was composed of Carbon County men. Following is the roster:

COMPANY H
Anthony Beers, captain, enlisted Sept. 24, 1861; re-enlisted Jan. 1, 1864; promoted from private to corporal Dec. 17, 1861; to sergeant July 17, 1862; to 1st sergeant July 1, 1863; to 2nd lieutenant. June 14, 1864; to captain Feb. 13, 1865; paroled Feb. 22, 1865; served to the end of the war.
Emery West, 1st lieutenant., enlisted Sept. 24, 1861; promoted from private to 1st sergeant July 17, 1862; to 2nd lieutenant. July 1, 1863; to 1st lieutenant. Jan. 14, 1864; mustered out Oct. 18, 1864.
Philip B. Moore, 1st lieutenant., enlisted Aug. 4, 1861; re-enlisted Nov. 14, 1863; promoted to sergeant March 28, 1864; 2nd lieutenant. Oct. 18, 1864; 1st lieutenant. April 1, 1865; served to the end of the war.
Simeon Albee, 2nd lieutenant., enlisted Sept. 24, 1861; re-enlisted Nov. 18, 1863; promoted to corporal Aug. 28, 1864; to sergeant Sept. 9, 1864; to 1st sergeant Feb. 1, 1865; 2nd lieutenant. April 1, 1865; served to the end of the war.
Curtis F. Sisty, 1st sergeant, enlisted Aug. 17, 1861; re-enlisted Jan. 1, 1864.
John Brighton, sergeant, enlisted Sept. 24, 1861; re-enlisted Nov. 13, 1863; promoted to corporal March 28, 1864; to sergeant Aug. 28, 1864; discharged Aug. 13, 1865, from United States Hospital.
John Bean, corporal, enlisted Sept. 23, 1861; re-enlisted Jan. 1, 1864.
Coursen West, corporal, enlisted Aug. 4, 1861.


Privates
Daniel Bean, enlisted Sept. 24, 1861.
William Christman, enlisted March 22, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Ephraim Frabel, enlisted March 22, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Anthony Hall, enlisted Aug. 4, 1861; re-enlisted Jan. 1, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Philip G. Henning, enlisted Sept. 24, 1861.
William Koons, enlisted Sept. 24, 1861; discharged Jan. 29, 1862, for disability.
William Keifer, enlisted Sept. 9, 1861.
George Rose, enlisted March 8, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Christian Sandherr, enlisted Dec. 19, 1863; served to the end of the war.
James G. Seagreaves, enlisted Sept. 9, 1861; discharged July 23, 1862, for disability.
George H. Williams, enlisted Sept. 24, 1861; discharged at the end of the war.
Samuel Wilvert, enlisted Sept. 9, 1861.

Killed and Died
Curtis F. Sisty, 1st sergeant, enlisted Aug. 17, 1861; re-enlisted Jan. 1, 1864; died while on furlough, at his home in Nesquehoning, Jan. 28, 1865.
John Bean, corporal, enlisted Sept. 23, 1861; re-enlisted Jan. 1, 1864; was killed by guerrillas, near Smithfield, Va., Feb. 13, 1865.
Coursen West, corporal, enlisted Aug. 4, 1861; mortally wounded by guerrillas, Aug. 31, 1862; died Sept. 18, 1862; this man was wounded while making a daring reconnoissance of the enemy's position at Black River.

COMPANY A
Edward Warner, enlisted 1864, served to the end of the war.

COMPANY K
Henry Martin, enlisted 1864; served to the end of the war.
W.S. Walter, enlisted 1864; served to the end of the war.


ANDERSON CAVALRY, 15th Cavalry

160th Regiment
Jesse Jenkins, Benjamin Taylor, Josiah Warg.

Seventy-fifth Regiment.

75th Regiment - There were a few men from Carbon in this regiment, as follows:
William J. Briggs, 1st lieutenant., enlisted Aug. 20, 1861; promoted sergeant Sept. 1, 1861; to 1st sergeant June 8, 1862; to 2nd lieutenant. Sept. 15, 1863; acting adjutant to the end of the war.
William McGee, sergeant, enlisted February, 1864; promoted sergeant Aug. 20, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Armbruster, Faldine, enlisted February, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Beck, John, enlisted February, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Ehman, Fritz, enlisted February, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Fetch, John, enlisted February, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Free, Harts, enlisted February, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Shetzline, John, enlisted February, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Smith, Andrew, enlisted November, 1861; re-enlisted; wounded at Gettysburg July 1, 1863; served to the end of the war.

Eighty-first Regiment (Three-Years' Men)

81st Regiment. - Companies G, H, I, and K of this regiment were from Carbon County. The regiment was recruited by Eli T. Conner, afterwards its lieutenant-colonel, and James Miller, who became colonel. colonel Conner, who had served in the three-months' service as captain of a
COMPANY I
n the Sixth Regiment, recruited three full companies of the best young men in the county in twenty-four hours.

"FIELD AND STAFF"
James Miller, colonel, commissioned Aug. 8, 1861.
Eli T. Conner, lieutenant-colonel, commissioned major Oct. 1, 1861; promoted to lieutenant-colonel June 1, 1862.
Thomas McNeish, major, commissioned 1st lieutenant., Co. I, Oct. 15, 1861; transferred to the West and promoted to major on staff duty.
Samuel Shurlock, captain, enlisted as sergeant-major August, 1861; promoted to captain, Co., D, Dec. 9, 1861.
John Brelsford, lieutenant., commissioned 1st lieutenant. and quarter-master May 16, 1862; resigned in 1863.
Amos Stroh, lieutenant-colonel, commissioned captain Sept. 16, 1861; promoted to lieutenant-colonel April 17, 1863; resigned.

COMPANY G
(Mustered in Sept. 16, 1861; mustered out June 29, 1865.)
John W. Pryor, captain, commissioned 1st lieutenant. Sept. 16, 1861; promoted to captain of Co. D Feb. 28, 1863, resigned on account of wounds in 1864; served also during the Mexican war.
Newton Bieber, captain, enlisted as 1st sergeant in 1861; promoted to 2nd lieutenant. Jan. 1, 1862; to 1st lieutenant., Co. F, Feb. 1, 1863; to captain, Co. C, Feb. 1, 1863; discharged Aug. 24, 1863.
John Patton, captain, promoted to 2nd lieutenant. Feb. 1, 1863; to 1st lieutenant. Feb. 28, 1863; to captain in 1864; discharged in 1864.
Nathan F. Marsh, captain, re-enlisted in 1864; promoted to captain of Co. I, Jan. 7, 1865; served to the end of the war.
John Boud, captain, re-enlisted in 1863; promoted to captain of Co. B.
Aquilla J. Marsh, 1st lieutenant., commissioned 2nd lieutenant. Sept. 16, 1861; promoted to 1st lieutenant., Co. A, Jan 1, 1862; resigned in 1863.
Lebo Winters, 1st lieutenant., promoted from sergeant to 2nd lieutenant. Feb. 28, 1863; promoted to 1st lieutenant, and served to the end of the war.
Samuel Peters, 2nd lieutenant., re-enlisted and promoted to 2nd lieutenant.
Peter McGee, lieutenant., re-enlisted and promoted to lieutenant. of Co. A in 1864.


Privates
William Adams, enlisted in 1864; served to the end of the war.
Jeremiah Ashback.
George Ackerman.
George T. Bond, discharged.
Lewis Brunner.
John Brunner, discharged.
Griffith Bachman, discharged on account of disability.
Daniel Bachman, discharged on account of wounds in October, 1862.
Benjamin Bachman, discharged on account of disability in May, 1863.
William Brittiam.
Conrad Baker.
John Billinsby, transferred to U.S. Art.
George W. Brelsford, discharged on account of his wounds.
Henry Bulkley.
Franklin Bowman, discharged May, 1863.
Charles Becker.
Samuel Campbell, discharged.
Josiah Connelly, transferred to U.S. Art.
Oliver Crilley, discharged.

Obediah Derr.
William Davis.

Nathan H. Dorney.
Henry Doak.
James Edgar, enlisted in 1862; discharged on account of his wounds.
Peter S. Egge.
William Eberts, enlisted in 1864; served to the end of the war.
Miles J. Frey.

Amon Fritz.

Stephen Fenstermacher.

Jacob Ginder.
Marshall Fields.
Henry Goodman, discharged October, 1862.
William E. Glace, transferred to U.S. Art. in 1862.
George Geary, enlisted in 1864; served to the end of the war.
Jonathan H. Gombert, discharged.
Francis Gallagher.
Patrick Gallagher, enlisted in 1864; served to the end of the war.
Alfred Gaumer, transferred to U.S. Art. in 1862.
Douglas Geddes.

Dennis Gallagher.
William Gombert.
Frank Gaumer, enlisted in 1864.
John Gormerly.
John Horn, discharged in 1862, on account of disability; re-enlisted in the 201st Regiment in February, 1865, and served to the end of the war.
Samuel Hawk, enlisted Sept. 6, 1861; discharged Dec. 23, 1862; re-enlisted.
Jacob A. Hollinger.
George Hollinger, Jr., served to the end of the war.

James F. Howard.
Amon Hontz.
Moses Hontz.
Charles Hontz, enlisted in 1864; served to the end of the war.
Condy Haggerty.
James Hammon, discharged from hospital.
Charles Hanning.
John Haupt, enlisted in 1864.
Benjamin F. Keller.
Francis W. Kuebler.
John Kishbach.
John Kuebler.
Wallace Kramer, enlisted in 1863; served to the end of the war.
Michael Kirby, transferred to U.S. Artillery in 1862.
John Koontz.
Francis Klotz, enlisted in 1864.
William Line.
Alfred Lovejoy, discharged on account of disability in 1862.
Charles Longkammer.
William Lomison.
William Miller.
William McMeal, transferred to U.S. Artillery.
Henry McGinley.
Alexander Miller, enlisted in 1864; served to the end of the war.
George McIntosh, transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps; served to the end of the war.
Daniel Miller, enlisted in 1864; served to the end of the war.
William Marsden, discharged in hospital, October, 1862.
Isaac McLean, re-enlisted in 1864, and served to the end of the war.
Andrew Meaghan, discharged on account of disability.
William Martin.
Michael McGowan, transferred to U.S. Artillery.

John E. Mears.
William Medler.
William Meckes.
Lewis Moyer
James McGowen.
William Mullen.
John Moore.
William Muckler.
John McClellan.
Dennis Nothstein, enlisted in 1864; served to the end of the war.
John Newton.
William Nothstein, enlisted in 1864.
Barney O'Donnell.
Alfred Overholser.
Lewis Oxrider.
Lewis Pryor.
Abraham Rough.
Nathan Reinsmith, enlisted in 1864; served to end of the war.
Charles Rothrock.
Masses Root, enlisted in 1864; served to the end of the war.
Reuben Reinsmith.
Albert Shive, enlisted in 1864; served to the end of the war.
Frank Strittmaker, re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
- Steinupe.
John G. Satorious.
Monroe Smith.
Samuel Shaeffer, discharged.
Andrew Spinner.
John Stein.
Peter Smith, discharged.
Samuel Shive, enlisted in 1864.
Paul Sollinger, enlisted in 1864.
John Thompson, transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps; served to the end of the war.
Burton N. Tubbs.
William Williams.
Samuel West.
Samuel Winterstein.
John Wallace, re-enlisted in the 91st Regiment, P.V.
John Wissner, discharged.
Joseph Wollinger.
George West.
John West, enlisted in 1862; served to the end of the war.
Henry Zellner, discharged on account of disability.

Killed and Died of Wounds.
John Bond, captain, enlisted in 1861; re-enlisted in 1863; promoted to captain of Co. B; killed in battle at Farmville April 7, 1865.
Samuel Peters, lieutenant., enlisted in 1861; re-enlisted and promoted to 2nd lieutenant.; killed in battle June 17, 1864, in front of Petersburg.
Peter McGee, lieutenant., enlisted in 1861; re-enlisted and promoted to lieutenant. of Co. A in 1864; killed at the battle of Ream's Station in 1864.
Ackerman, George, enlisted in 1861; killed at the battle of Antietam Sept. 17, 1862.
Ege, Peter S., enlisted in 1861; killed in battle of Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.
Geddes, Douglas, enlisted in 1861; mortally wounded at the battle of Allen's Farm June 30, 1862; died in Libby Prison.
Gombert, William, enlisted in 1861; killed at the battle of Fair Oaks June 1, 1862.
Gallagher, Dennis, enlisted in 1861; killed in battle of Antietam Sept. 17, 1862.
Gaumer, Frank, enlisted in 1864; killed at the battle of Cold Harbor June, 1864.
Haupt, John, enlisted in 1864; killed at the battle of Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Klotz, Francis, enlisted in 1864; killed at the battle of Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Medler, William, enlisted in 1861; killed at the battle of Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.
Moyer, Lewis, enlisted in 1861; wounded at Malvern Hill June 30, 1862; killed at the battle of Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.
Mullen, William, enlisted in 1861; wounded at Fair Oaks June 1, 1862; killed in battle of Antietam Sept. 17, 1862.
Muckler, William, enlisted in 1861; mortally wounded in battle of Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862; died in hospital.
Nothstein, William, enlisted in 1864; killed in battle at Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Line, William, enlisted in 1861; killed in battle of Fair Oaks June 1, 1862. This is supposed to have been the first Carbon County soldier killed in the Rebellion.
Lomison, William, enlisted in 1861; killed in battle of Antietam Sept. 17, 1862.
Shive, Samuel, enlisted in 1864; killed in battle of Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Sollinger, Paul, enlisted in 1864; killed in battle of Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Tubbs, Burton N., enlisted in 1861; wounded at the battle of Malvern Hill July 1, 1862; died of wound in rebel prison in Richmond.
West, Samuel, enlisted in 1861; mortally wounded at Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862: died at Point Lookout.

Died
Becker, Charles, enlisted in 1861; died July 12, 1862.
Gormerly, John, enlisted in 1861; died in 1862.
McClelland, John, enlisted in 1861; died at Turner's Hospital June 20, 1862.
Overholser, Alfred, enlisted in 1861; died at Newport News in 1862.

COMPANY H
(Mustered in Aug. 22, 1861; mustered out June 29, 1865.)
Thomas C. Harkness, lieutenant-colonel, commissioned captain Sept. 18, 1861; promoted to major April 17, 1863; to lieutenant-colonel; resigned.
John C. McLaughlin, captain, commissioned 1st lieutenant. Sept. 18, 1861; promoted to captain Company A Nov. 14, 1862; honorably discharged on account of wounds June 12, 1863.
Thomas Morton, captain, commissioned 2nd lieutenant. Sept. 18, 1861; promoted to 1st lieutenant. Nov. 14, 1862; to captain April 17, 1863; resigned in 1864.
Thomas C. Williams, enlisted as 1st sergeant Aug. 22, 1861; promoted to 2nd lieutenant. Nov. 14, 1862; to 1st lieutenant. April 17, 1863; to captain April 21, 1864; discharged on account of his wounds.
William J. Williams, 1st lieutenant., enlisted as sergeant; promoted to 1st lieutenant. April 21, 1864.
Stewart McIntosh, lieutenant., re-enlisted and promoted to lieutenant. 1865, and served to the end of the war.
Thomas Gallagher, re-enlisted and promoted to lieutenant. 1865; served to the end of the war.
Aaron Henry, 1st sergeant.


Privates
John Boyd.
James Bell.
Martin Beltz.
Aaron Breish.
Hugh Blair, re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
Patrick Boyle, transferred to 4th U.S. Art. in 1862; served to the end of the war.
James G. Brookmire, transferred to 4th U.S. Art. in 1862.
William Brannan, transferred to Invalid Corps.
James Burns, enlisted Sept. 9, 1861.
William Casey.
Elijah Cooper, enlisted Sept. 9, 1861; transferred to Invalid Corps.
William Clemens, enlisted Sept. 9, 1861.
John Clark, re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
James Clark, discharged on account of his wounds.
Patrick Cokely, transferred to U.S. Cav. Regiment
James Cadden.
Patrick B. Coyle, enlisted March 21, 1862.
Jeremiah Delay.
William Delamour.
David E. Davis, enlisted March 18, 1862.
Patrick Donahoe, enlisted Sept. 9, 1861; re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
Daniel Dunn, transferred to band, and discharged in 1862.
James W. Esbach.
Jenkins Evans, discharged in 1863.
William Eddie, enlisted Aug. 9, 1862.
William Elliot.
Owen Edwards, enlisted March, 1862.
Patrick Fitzpatrick, enlisted Sept. 9, 1861.
Owen Fisher.
Michael Fritz.
Charles Fritz, discharged in 1862, on account of disability.
James Glenni.
John Gallagher, discharged on account of disability in 1863.
Patrick Gallagher (1st), re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
Patrick Gallagher (2nd), enlisted March 21, 1862; discharged Feb. 11, 1863.
Patrick Golden, discharged March 25, 1863, on account of wounds.
Benjamin Hackett, transferred to the 4th U.S. Art. 1862.
William Hewitt, transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps.
Edward Handline, discharged
John Henry, discharged
David Hughes, discharged April 15, 1863.
John T. Jones, discharged
Charles W. Jones, enlisted Oct. 31, 1861.
James King.
James Kirk, discharged Feb. 26, 1863.
William Kissner, discharged on account of wounds.
James Laughry, enlisted Sept. 9, 1861.
Hugh Laughry, re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
John S. Lewis, enlisted Aug. 6, 1862; discharged on account of disability, 1863.
James B. Murry.
Charles Murphy.
Patrick McLaughlin.
Robert Mackey, discharged in 1862.
Thomas H. Morgan.
Thomas T. Morgan.
Thomas Mulhold, discharged on account of wounds.
Daniel McLean, discharged on account of disability.
John McFadden, enlisted Aug. 6, 1862.
Buchanan McMullen.
James Murphy, discharged on account of disability.
Daniel McCandles, discharged on account of disability.
John McNally, enlisted Aug. 6, 1861; discharged March 31, 1863.
Charles Morrison, transferred to 4th U.S. Artillery in 1862.
William Nead, discharged on account of disability in 1863.
David Powell, enlisted Aug. 22, 1861.
Howell Pugh.
John Philips.
John Parker, enlisted March 21, 1862.
John O'Donnell.
John Quigley, discharged.

William Quigley.

Anthony Ryemiller.

Edward Reynolds.

John Radcliff.

Andrew Rodgers.
Thomas Reese, transferred to Invalid Corps.
Austin Riley.
David Reese.
Thomas Robinson.
Robert Roberts, enlisted Aug. 29, 1862.
Richard Swift.
Ernst Stutz.
Vivian Stephens, discharged Sept. 29, 1862.
Alexander Snedden, transferred to Invalid Corps.
William T. Thomas, discharged on account of disability.
Philip Thomas, transferred to Invalid Corps.
John Vaughn, enlisted March 18, 1862.
Hugh Williamson.
Christopher Wall, discharged on account of wounds.
David Williams.
Emanuel Zimmerman.

List of Killed and Died of Wounds.

Delay, Jeremiah, enlisted Aug. 22, 1861; killed in battle of Charles City Cross-Roads June 30, 1862.
Delamour, William, enlisted in 1861; killed at the battle of Charles City Cross-Roads June 30, 1862.
Fisher, Owen, mortally wounded in battle in front of Petersburg, 1864; died in Richmond.
Fritz, Michael, mortally wounded at the battle of Charles City
Cross-Roads June 30, 1862.
Glenni, James, enlisted August, 1861; mortally wounded at the battle of Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.
Laughry, James, enlisted Sept. 9, 1861; mortally wounded in battle May 12, 1864; died May 18, 1864.
Murry, James B., enlisted in 1861; killed at Ream's Station, Va., Aug. 25, 1864.
Murphy, Charles, enlisted Aug. 22, 1861; killed at the battle of Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.
McLaughlin, Patrick, enlisted Aug. 22, 1861; killed at the battle of Charles City Cross-Roads June 30, 1862.
O'Donnell, John, enlisted Aug. 22, 1861; killed at the battle of Malvern Hill July 1, 1862.
Ryemiller, Anthony, enlisted in 1861; killed in battle at Charles City Cross-Roads June 30, 1862.
Radcliff, John, enlisted in 1861; wounded on the Peninsula in 1862; supposed to have been killed at Chancellorsville May 3, 1863.
Reynolds, Edward, enlisted in 1861; wounded at Chancellorsville May 3, 1863; mortally wounded in battle June 12, 1864.
Rogers, Andrew, enlisted in 1861; killed at the battle of Charles City Cross-Roads June 30, 1862.
Williamson, Hugh, enlisted Aug. 22, 1861; killed at the battle of Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.
Zimmerman, Emanuel, enlisted in 1861; killed at the battle of Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.

Died
Boyd, John, enlisted in 1861; died in "Camp California" in 1862.
Beltz, Martin, enlisted in 1861; died at Newport News in 1862.
Casey, William, enlisted in 1861; died at Yorktown in 1862.
Davis, David E., enlisted March 18, 1862; died near Falmouth, Va., April 17, 1863.
Esbach, James W., enlisted in 1861; died in hospital at David's Island, New York.
Fitzpatrick, Patrick, enlisted Sept. 9, 1861; died in front of Petersburg August, 1864.
King, James, enlisted in 1861; taken prisoner in 1861; exchanged and died while home on furlough.
Swift, Richard, enlisted in 1861; died in 1862.

COMPANY I
(Mustered in Oct. 15, 1861; mustered out June 29, 1865.)
William I. Conner, captain, commissioned captain Oct. 15, 1861; hon. discharged on account of wounds April 22, 1863.
Joseph Webb, captain, promoted to 1st lieutenant. of Co. A, 81st Pa. Vol.; to captain April 8, 1865; served to the end of the war.
David J. Phillips, captain, enlisted as sergeant in 1861; promoted to 2nd lieutenant. Sept. 1, 1862; to 1st lieutenant. and adjt. Feb. 1, 1863; to captain April 22, 1863.
David H. Ginder, captain, enlisted as sergeant in 1861; promoted to 2nd lieutenant. Feb. 1, 1863; to 1st lieutenant. April 22, 1863; to captain December, 1863.
Thomas McNeish, major, commissioned 1st lieutenant. Oct. 18, 1861; transferred to the Department of Tennessee, and promoted to the rank of major
Thomas C. Hawk, 1st lieutenant., commissioned 2nd lieutenant. Oct. 15, 1861; promoted 1st lieutenant. April 17, 1862; resigned Nov. 24, 1862.
Henry Paltzgrove, re-enlisted in 1864; promoted to 2nd lieutenant. May 13, 1864; to 1st lieutenant. Jan. 7, 1865; served to the end of the war; few soldiers have a brighter record.
Sidney N. Hawk, 1st lieutenant., enlisted as sergeant in 1861; promoted to 2nd lieutenant. April 22, 1863; to 1st lieutenant. and adjt. in 1864.
Hewitt J. Abbott, 2nd lieutenant., enlisted as sergeant in 1861; promoted to 2nd lieutenant. April 17, 1862.
Oliver R. Pryor, sergeant, re-enlisted in 1864, and served to the end of the war.
William Moulthorp, sergeant


Privates
George Arp, discharged on account of disability.
Benjamin Arp, re-enlisted in 1864; served honorably to end of war.
James P. Ackerman.
John Burger, re-enlisted in 1864; served to the end of the war.
Jacob Bartholomew, re-enlisted in 1864; discharged on account of disability.
Edwin Buck, enlisted in 1863.
Owen Buck.

Theophilus Buskhart.
Henry Corn, discharged on account of disability.
John Campbell.
John E. Durbert.
George Conner.
Thomas Everett.
Levi Dreisbach.
Daniel Faulkner, discharged on account of disability.
Henry Fell.
Thomas Flickinger.
Peter Glass, discharged on account of disability.
James Gillespie, enlisted in 1862; discharged on account of wounds.
William H. Hunsicker, discharged on account of his wounds.
Charles Hall, discharged on account of disability.
Edward W. Hawk, discharged, and subsequently re-enlisted in the 183d Regiment
Henry Hoffman, discharged on account of disability.
William Haines, re-enlisted in 1864, and subsequently discharged.
Jacob Hopple.
James M. Horn.
Manville Hinkle.
Peter Haines.
Daniel Harris.
Lewis Knause, enlisted in 1862; transferred to Invalid Corps in 1863.
Frank Kresge, dscharged in 1864.
Wallace Kramer.
Charles Kenley, discharged in 1862.
Reubon Kemmerer, enlisted in 1862; discharged.
Jeremiah P. Kline, discharged on account of disability in 1863.
Audelburg Kupp.
David Kugler.
Francis Leh, discharged on account of disability in 1863.
Joseph H. Long, discharged on account of disability.
Joseph Laurish.
John McMaster.
Lafayette Lauer.
Mahlon Miller, re-enlisted in 1864; served to the end of the war.
Samuel Metzgar, re-enlisted in 1864; served to the end of war.
Thomas Milham, discharged in 1863.
John Miller.
Thomas Nathan.
Frederick Owen, discharged on account of disability.
Joseph M. Peters, discharged on account of wounds.
Charles E. Peters.
Tilghman Peters.
William Romig, discharged.
Henry Raver.
David Rader.
Edwin Rehrig.
Adam Rader.
Charles E. Ruch.
Jacob Strouse, enlisted in 1863; served to the end of the war.
George Stamitz, re-enlisted; discharged on account of wounds.
Peter Swartwood, discharged on account of disability in 1862.
Henry Snyder, re-enlisted, and served to the end of the war.
William Shannon, re-enlisted in 1864, and served to the end of the war.
John Sterling, re-enlisted, and served to the end of the war.
Frank Snyder, re-enlisted in 1864, and served to the end of the war.
William Swob, discharged on account of wounds.
Joseph Smith, discharged on account of disability.
Samuel Smith.
Harrison Setzer.
William Taylor, discharged on account of disability.
Terrance Timmons, discharged on account of wounds.
George Unfriet, discharged on account of disability in 1863.
Lorentz Walker, discharged on account of disability in 1862.
John Wittingham.
Joseph Whiteman.
Israel Youse.

Killed and Died of Wounds.

David J. Phillips, captain, enlisted as sergeant in 1861; promoted to 2nd lieutenant. Sept. 1, 1862; to 1st lieutenant. and adjt. Feb. 1, 1863; to captain April 22, 1863; killed at the battle of Mine Run Dec. 1863.
David H. Ginder, captain, enlisted as sergeant in 1861; promoted to 2nd lieutenant. Feb. 1, 1863; to 1st lieutenant. April 22, 1863; to captain Dec. 1863; killed in front of Petersburg June 17, 1864.
Sidney N. Hawk, 1st lieutenant., enlisted as sergeant in 1861; promoted to 2nd lieutenant. April 22, 1863; to 1st lieutenant. and adjt. in 1864; killed at the battle of Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Hewitt J. Abbott, 2nd lieutenant., enlisted as sergeant in 1861; promoted to 2nd lieutenant. April 17, 1862; killed at the battle of Charles City
Cross-Roads June 30, 1862.
Ackerman, James P., enlisted in 1861; killed in the battle of Charles City Cross-Roads June 30, 1862.
Buck, Edwin, enlisted in 1863; killed in battle of Spottsylvania May 12, 1864.
Dreisbach, Levi, enlisted in 1861; supposed to have been killed in front of Petersburg June 16, 1864.
Flickinger, Thomas, enlisted in 1861; wounded at the battle of Charles City Cross-Roads; killed in the battle of Gettysburg July 3, 1863.
Hopple, Jacob, enlisted in 1861; mortally wounded at the battle of Charles City Cross-Roads June 30, 1862; died in Richmond.
Hinkle, Manville, enlisted in 1861; mortally wounded at the battle of Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.
Harris, Daniel, enlisted in 1861; killed at the battle of Charles City Cross-Roads June 30, 1862.
Kupp, Audelburg, enlisted in 1861; killed in battle in front of Petersburg in 1864.
Miller, John, enlisted in 1861; killed at the battle of Charles City Cross-Roads June 30, 1862.
Nathan, Thomas, enlisted in 1861; killed at the battle of Charles City Cross-Roads June 30, 1862.
Peters, Charles E., enlisted in 1861; killed at the battle of Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.
Rader, David, enlisted in 1861; killed in the battle of Malvern Hill in 1862.
Rehrig, Edwin, enlisted in 1861; killed in battle of Chancellorsville May 3, 1863.
Smith, Samuel, enlisted in 1861; killed at the battle of Charles City Cross-Roads June 30, 1862.
Whittingham, John, enlisted in 1862; killed at the battle of Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862

Died and Starved in Rebel Prisons.

Buck, Owen, enlisted in 1861; wounded at the battle of Antietam Sept. 17, 1863; died in 1863.
Buskhart, Theophilus, enlisted in 1861; died on the Peninsula in 1862.
Connor, George, enlisted in 1861; died in 1861.
Durbert, John E., enlisted in 1861; discharged and died in 1863.
Horn, James M., enlisted in 1861; wounded in the battle of Charles City Cross-Roads; wounded and taken prisoner at Ream's Station Aug. 25, 1864; died in Andersonville prison on the 11th of February, 1865.
Hains, Peter, enlisted in 1861; died in 1862.
Kugler, David, enlisted in 1861; died in 1862.
Laurish, Joseph, enlisted in 1861; died in 1862.
Lauer, Lafayette, enlisted in 1861; taken prisoner at Ream's Station Aug. 25, 1864; died in Andersonville prison Jan. 27, 1865.
Peters, Tilghman, enlisted in 1861; died in 1862.
Rader, Adam, enlisted in 1861; died in 1862.
Ruch, Charles E., enlisted in 1861; taken prisoner at Ream's Station Aug. 25, 1864; died at Andersonville Jan. 17, 1865.
Setzer, Harrison, enlisted in 1861; died in 1862 at Alexandria, Va.
Whiteman, Joseph, enlisted in 1862; died in March, 1863.

COMPANY K
(Mustered in Oct. 27, 1861; mustered out June 29, 1864.)
William Belford, lieutenant., commissioned 2nd lieutenant. Oct. 27, 1861; discharged March 3, 1863.
Washington Setzer, lieutenant., enlisted as a private soldier in 1861; re-enlisted and promoted to lieutenant. Jan. 7, 1865; served to the end of the war.
Emanuel C. Hoover, lieutenant., re-enlisted in 1864; promoted to 2nd lieutenant.


Privates
Abraham Andreas, enlisted in 1862; served to the end of the war.
John Andreas, enlisted in 1862.
George Bond, re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
John Britt, enlisted in 1864, and served to the end of the war.
John Brindle, discharged on account of disability.
William Callaghan, enlisted in 1864.
John Dougherty, discharged on account of disability.
Robert T. Farrow, enlisted in 1862.
Michael Farley, enlisted in 1864; served to the end of the war.
J.C. Fritz, discharged in 1863.
C. Fellows.
Lewis Hopkins.
Charles Kelly, enlisted in 1864; served to the end of the war.
Penrose Lowers.
Thomas Lutz.
Michael Mulherren, enlisted in 1864.
Joseph Matthews.
Daniel Raver.
A. Shoepp. discharged in 1862 on account of disability.
Alexander Stettler.
Daniel Washburn, enlisted in 1862; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps.
Joseph Washburn, enlisted in 1862.
James West, re-enlisted.

List of Killed
Emanuel C. Hoover, lieutenant., enlisted in 1861; re-enlisted in 1864; promoted to 2nd lieutenant., and killed at the battle of Ream's Station, 1864.
Fellows, C., enlisted in 1861; killed at the battle of Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.
Matthews, Joseph, enlisted in 1861; killed at the battle of Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.
Lowers, Penrose, enlisted in 1861; killed at the battle of Spottsylvania in 1864.

Died of Disease.
Andreas, John, enlisted in 1862; died at Falmouth, Va., December, 1862.
Lutz, Thomas, enlisted in 1861; died on the Peninsula in 1862.
Stettler, Alexander, enlisted in 1861; died at Ship Point.
Washburn, Joseph, enlisted in 1862; died in service.
West, James, enlisted in 1861; re-enlisted and died in hospital June 11, 1864.

Sixty-seventh Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers.

67th Regiment
(Mustered in Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out July 14, 1865.)
Horace B. Burnham, colonel; commissioned lieutenant-colonel of the 67th Regiment Aug. 12, 1861; participated with, and most of the time commanded, his regiment until January, 1864, when, having become incapable of further duty in the field, he was ordered to Washington, D.C. On the expiration of his term of service he was appointed by President Lincoln major and judge-advocate United States army, in the Department of New Mexico. On March 13, 1865, he received two promotions, by brevet, conferring upon him the rank of colonel, "for faithful and meritorious services during the war."

COMPANY I
George W. Simpson, 1st lieutenant., commissioned Sept. 24, 1861; captured at Winchester June 15, 1863, and remained a prisoner of war until March, 1865, part of which time he was, with a number of other prisoners, placed under fire of the Union guns at Charleston, S.C.
John McArdel, drum-major, enlisted in November, 1861; re-enlisted January, 1864; served to the end of the war.
John Callaghan, enlisted in November, 1861; served three years.
John Dougherty, enlisted in November, 1861; re-enlisted January, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Jesse Walton, enlisted in November, 1861; re-enlisted January, 1864; served to the end of the war.

COMPANY A
David B. Burnham, captain, commissioned 1st lieutenant. Aug. 12, 1861; promoted to captain Nov. 9, 1863.
Sylvester McCabe, 2nd lieutenant., enlisted August, 1861; promoted to 2nd lieutenant. Feb. 20, 1862; honorably discharged March 17, 1863.
Joseph Morris, sergeant, enlisted August, 1861; served three years.
Daniel Zimmerman, sergeant, enlisted August, 1861; re-enlisted January, 1864; taken prisoner at the battle of Winchester June 15, 1863.
George Stocker, sergeant, enlisted August, 1861; taken prisoner at Winchester June 15, 1863; served three years.
William H. Siegfried, sergeant, enlisted August, 1861; taken prisoner at Winchester June 15, 1863; served three years.
William Dunbar, corporal, enlisted August, 1861; taken prisoner at Winchester June 15, 1863; served three years.
Josiah Dotter, corporal, enlisted August, 1861; missing after the battle of the Wilderness, supposed to have been killed
Daniel Keiper, corporal, enlisted August, 1861; wounded at Winchester June 15, 1863; discharged on account of wound.
Jeremiah Trout, corporal, enlisted August, 1861; taken prisoner at Winchester June 15, 1863; wounded at the battle of the Wilderness May, 1864; served three years.
Melchoir Kintz, corporal; enlisted August, 1861; taken prisoner at Winchester June 15, 1863; re-enlisted January, 1864, and served to the end of the war.
George E. Williams, corporal; enlisted August, 1861; taken prisoner at Winchester June 15, 1863; re-enlisted Jan. 1, 1864.


Privates
Ague, John, enlisted August, 1861; taken prisoner at Winchester June 15, 1863; served three years.
Bartholomew, Michael, enlisted August, 1861; discharged in 1862 on account of disability.
Benner, John, enlisted August, 1861; wounded at Winchester June 15, 1863; discharged on account of wounds.
Berwick, Henry, enlisted August, 1861; wounded at the battle of the Wilderness May, 1864; served three years.
Callin, Patrick, enlisted August, 1861; re-enlisted January, 1864.
Corrolus, Emlen L., enlisted August, 1861; taken prisoner at Winchester June 15, 1863; re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
Ditmire, Anthony, enlisted August, 1861; discharged in 1862 for disability.
Dunbar, James, enlisted August, 1861; taken prisoner at Winchester June 15, 1863; served three years.
Dotter, Lazarus, enlisted August, 1861; taken prisoner at Winchester June 15, 1863; served three years.
Dotter, Lewis, enlisted August, 1861; taken prisoner at Winchester June 15, 1863; served three years.
Eagen, Peter, enlisted August, 1861; taken prisoner at Winchester June 15, 1863; served three years.
Fritzinger, Levi, enlisted August, 1861; re-enlisted January, 1864, and served to the end of the war.
Fitzpatrick, James, enlisted August, 1861; taken prisoner at Winchester June 15, 1863; served three years.
Green, Edward, enlisted August, 1861; wounded and captured at the battle of Winchester June 15, 1863; re-enlisted January, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Greensweig, Joseph, enlisted August, 1861; re-enlisted Jan. 1, 1864.
Goho, William, enlisted in 1861.
Greensweig, William, enlisted August, 1861; wounded and captured at Winchester June 15, 1863; re-enlisted January, 1864.
Greensweig, Thomas, enlisted in 1861.
Hawk, Jacob, enlisted in 1861; re-enlisted January, 1864; captured at Winchester June 15, 1863; served to the end of the war.
Hawk, Paul, enlisted in 1861; discharged for disability.
Heatherington, Irvin, enlisted in 1861.
Hawk, William, enlisted in 1861; wounded at the battle of Winchester June 15, 1863; discharged on account of wounds.
Higgins, John, enlisted in 1861; captured at Winchester June 15, 1863; served three years.
Hartman, Charles, enlisted in 1861.
Hoot, John, enlisted in 1861; captured at Winchester June 15, 1863; served three years.
Johnson, Andrew, enlisted in 1861; re-enlisted January, 1864; captured at Winchester June 15, 1863; served to the end of the war.
Kemerer, Daniel, enlisted in 1861; re-enlisted January, 1864; captured at Winchester June 15, 1863; served to the end of the war.
Long, Jacob S., enlisted in 1861; served three years; captured at Winchester June 15, 1863.
Milheimer, John, enlisted in 1862; served three years; captured at Winchester June 15, 1863.
McGinnis, John, enlisted in 1861; re-enlisted in January, 1864.
McCormick, Daniel, enlisted in 1861; wounded and captured at Winchester June 15, 1863; served three years.
Mann, Jacob, enlisted in 1861; wounded and captured at Winchester June 15, 1863; re-enlisted January, 1864; discharged in 1865.
Moyer, Daniel, enlisted in 1861; wounded and captured at Winchester June 15, 1863; served three years.
Mengle, Reuben, enlisted in 1861; captured at Winchester June 15, 1863; served three years.
McVey, Daniel, enlisted in 1861; captured at Winchester June 15, 1863; served three years.
McFarland, John, enlisted in 1861; re-enlisted January, 1864.
McFarland, Edward, enlisted in 1861; wounded at Winchester June 15, 1863; re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
Ross, Thomas, enlisted in 1861; discharged in 1863.
Patterson, Charles, enlisted in 1861; discharged in 1862.
Rader, Charles, enlisted in 1862; captured at Winchester June 15, 1863; served to the end of the war.
Stocker, Philip, enlisted in 1862; captured at Winchester June 15, 1863; served to the end of the war.
Sterner, Reuben, enlisted in 1861; discharged in 1862 for disability.
Seibler, George, enlisted in 1861; captured at Winchester June 15, 1863; re-enlisted Jan. 1, 1864, and served to the end of the war.
Weiant, Samuel, enlisted in 1861; captured at Winchester June 15, 1863; re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
Werner, Samuel, enlisted in 1861; served three years.
Wetzel, Gustavus A., enlisted in 1861; served three years.
Wilson, Edward H., enlisted in 1861; captured at Winchester June 15, 1863; re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
Williams, William P, enlisted in 1861; discharged on account of disability in 1862.

List of Killed
Lynford Trock, captain, commissioned 2nd lieutenant. Aug. 28, 1861; promoted to captain Co. H., Feb. 20, 1862; killed in battle of Winchester, June 15, 1863.
George W. Burton, color-sergeant, enlisted August, 1861; re-enlisted January, 1864; killed in battle near Winchester, September, 1864.
Hugh Collins, corporal, enlisted August, 1861; re-enlisted January, 1864; captured at Winchester June 15, 1863; killed in front of Petersburg April 1, 1865.
Hant, Jacob, enlisted August, 1861; killed at the battle of Winchester June 15, 1863.
Materley, John, enlisted August, 1861; killed at the battle of Winchester June 15, 1863.
McKnelty, Patrick, enlisted August, 1861; killed at the battle of Winchester June 15, 1863.

Died
Jacob Arndt, captain, commissioned captain Aug. 28, 1861; died at Philadelphia, Nov. 8, 1863, from injuries received by being thrown from a horse.
Billman, Jacob, enlisted August, 1861; died at Annapolis, 1862.
Barnett, Mixsell, enlisted August, 1861; died at Annapolis, 1862.
Cantling, John, enlisted August, 1861; re-enlisted in 1864; died while on veteran furlough.
Jacoby, James, enlisted August, 1861; re-enlisted January, 1864; died in service.
Mulherren, Charles, enlisted in 1861; re-enlisted, and died while on veteran furlough.
McEnrue, Owen, enlisted in 1861; taken prisoner at the battle of the Wilderness; died at Andersonville.
Scanlin, Joseph, enlisted in 1861; re-enlisted January, 1864; captured at the battle of the Wilderness; died at Andersonville.
Welsh, William, enlisted August, 1861; died in Philadelphia December, 1861.

COMPANY D
John Diehl, enlisted in 1861; killed at the battle of Winchester, June 15, 1863.

COMPANY H
Daniel Hartman, enlisted in 1861; died July 7, 1864, in hospital.

One Hundred and Forty-seventh Regiment, COMPANY C (Three-Years' Men).

147th Regiment - This was Company N, Twenty-eighth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, previous to the organization of the One Hundred and Forty-seventh Regiment. John Craig, originally captain of the company, became colonel of the regiment. His biography follows the roster.

" field and staff "
John Craig, colonel, commissioned captain of Co. N, 28th Regiment P.V., Aug. 30, 1861; promoted to major 147th P.V. Oct. 10, 1862; to colonel June 14, 1865.

COMPANY C
Nicholas C. Glace, enlisted as 1st sergeant Aug. 16, 1861; promoted to 2nd lieutenant. Feb. 15, 1862; to 1st lieutenant. Oct. 10, 1862; to captain March 1, 1864; resigned July 22, 1864.
John Kindelan, sergeant
William T. West, sergeant, re-enlisted and served to end of the war.


Privates
Jacob Beer, re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
Thomas Black.
William Butler, re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
Newman F. Dunham, musician.
Joseph E. Gabrio, musician.
A.Y. Green, transferred from Knapp's Pa. Batt. Oct. 29, 1861.
Aaron Green, re-enlisted in 1863.
William Farresigned
Jacob Horn.
Charles Knoppenberger.
Pauline Kresge, re-enlisted in 1863.
John Kent.
Wayne Kents.
Jacob Kuntzman, re-enlisted in 1863; served to the end of the war.
Andrew Kresge, re-enlisted in 1863; served to the end of the war.
Levi Mushardt, enlisted in 1862; served to the end of the war.
Owen Smith, re-enlisted in 1863; served to the end of the war.
John Shiner, transferred to Knapp's Pa. Batt. Oct. 29, 1861.
Philip Sebras, discharged on account of disability Jan. 3, 1863.
William Steinmetz.
George Searls.
Emmett Sayres, transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps.
John Sowers, re-enlisted in 1863.

Killed
Green, Aaron, enlisted in 1861; re-enlisted in 1863; killed in battle of Ringgold, Ga., Nov. 25, 1864.
Knoppenberger, Charles, enlisted in 1861; killed in battle of Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862.
Kresge, Pauline, enlisted in 1861; re-enlisted in 1863; killed at Kenesaw Mountain, Ga., 1864.
Sowers, John, enlisted in 1861; re-enlisted in 1863; wounded at Pine Knob, Ga.; died of his wounds at Nashville, Tenn., July, 1864.

Died
Farres, William, enlisted in 1861; died at Falmouth, Va., in 1863.
Kent, John, enlisted in 1861; died at Alexandria, Va., in 1863.
Kents, Wayne, enlisted in 1861; died at Alexandria, Va., in 1863.


colonel JOHN CRAIG.

- In the latter part of the seventeenth century there emigrated from Ireland the ancestors of colonel Thomas Craig, the great-great-grandfather of the subject of this sketch, who in the year 1728, together with his sister, Jane, who married John Boyd, left Philadelphia for the Forks of the Delaware, locating in what was afterward known as Craig's, or the Irish Settlement, then in Bucks County, since Northampton. This tract of land was owned by William Penn, after whose death it came into the possession of his son, Thomas. We find colonel Thomas Craig's name upon the roll of the Synod of Philadelphia for the first time in 1731, as Elder Thomas Craig; as this was the year in which the Presbyterian Church was organized in that settlement, we have reason to believe that he was the original elder, proving an earnest and conscientious worker in that church during his lifetime. His son, Thomas, was but a lad when his father came to this place. He employed his time until his maturity in assisting him in clearing the land and tilling the soil, after which he engaged in farming for himself. In 1740 was born his son, Thomas Craig, who at the breaking out of the Pennamite war, in 1771 -72, was made a lieutenant in the Pennsylvania militia, making an honorable record. When the Revolutionary war broke out he took an active part for the Rebellion, and was commissioned captain on Jan. 5, 1776, and attached to colonel St. Clair's Pennsylvania battalion. He participated in the Canadian campaign, and after several engagements was promoted to the rank of major in the following September. In the summer of 1777 he was appointed colonel of the Third Pennsylvania Regiment; was in New Jersey in Gen. Poor's brigade, under command of Gen. Washington, and was subsequently in the battles of Brandywine and Germantown. Mrs. Lydia Darrach, of Philadelphia, at whose house Gen. Howe made his headquarters, secretly learning of the general's intended attack on Washington's army, which was camped at White Marsh, fourteen miles from the city, conveyed the information through colonel Craig, so that our army was saved from a surprise and slaughtering attack. He remained with the army at Valley Forge, where on April 12, 1778, he addressed a letter, strongly appealing for clothing, showing the destitute condition of the soldiers in this respect.
In the battle at Monmouth his regiment greatly distinguished itself, being in the thickest part of the engagement. After serving throughout the war, on his return he was appointed, in July, 1783, lieutenant of Northampton County. In 1784, Montgomery County was formed from Philadelphia, and he was appointed associate judge, clerk of the courts, and recorder, all of which offices he held until 1789. He then returned to his native county, bought land, and settled in the vicinity of Stemlersville, in Towamensing township (then Northampton, now Carbon). Subsequent to the termination of the conflict between England and the American colonies he was elected major-general of the Seventh Division Pennsylvania Militia, which station he held for several years. In his character were combined the qualities of a soldier and a gentleman. In the hour of danger he was brave, quick to conceive, and prompt to execute. He possessed an active, intelligent mind, which faithfully served him until the last. He survived until 1832, when he passed away at the advanced age of ninety-two years.
Thomas Craig, his second oldest child, the father of colonel John Craig, was born at Stemlersville in the year 1796. After spending his younger days in securing as much of an education as could be obtained in those times, at the age of maturity he engaged in business for himself, - farming, lumbering, staging, and mercantile business, in which he was very successful for many years. In 1828 he was captain of the home militia light-horse or cavalry. He was married to Catharine, daughter of John Hagenbuch, well known as the proprietor of a popular hotel at Lehighton at that time. Their married life was a fruitful one, the result being six children, in whom they took great delight and interest in giving them all of the advantages that could be obtained in those days, which opportunities the children appreciated, so that to-day they rank as one of the prominent families of the State.
Thomas (now deceased) was called by his constituents to represent them four years in the House of Representatives and three years in the Senate. Allan, after graduating from Lafayette College with honors, began the practice of law in Mauch Chunk, and is now leading his profession in Carbon County, having served the county as district attorney three consecutive terms in the House of Representatives, and a three-year term as State senator. William is a prosperous merchant in Blue Springs, Neb.; Robert, after graduating at West Point, is now a lieutenant in the regular army; Eliza is the wife of Gen. Heckman, of Phillipsburg, N.J., who is distinguished as having served through the Mexican and late civil wars, since which he has been engaged in mechanical engineering.
John, the second oldest, and the subject of this sketch, was born Oct. 23, 1830, at the old homestead; as a lad he proved himself of valuable service to his father in his business, giving a large portion of his time in attending the winter and summer terms of school until 1850, when he went to Easton, Pa., where he completed his education at Rev. John Vanderveer's private school. On his return home he engaged in business for his father until the latter's death, which was in 1858. He then gave some time to settling his father's estate, after which, in April of 1861, he enlisted for a term of three months in the late civil war as a captain in the Sixth Pennsylvania Regiment, under colonel Nagle, of Pottsville; his term expiring, he re-enlisted as a captain in the Twenty-eighth Regiment, under colonel John W. Geary, who afterwards filled the Pennsylvania gubernatorial chair. This regiment was divided, and the Third Battalion, with new companies, was made the One Hundred and
Forty-seventh Pennsylvania Regiment, after which captain John Craig was breveted a major, then lieutenant-colonel, soon to colonel. At the close of the war this regiment was connected with the Army of the Potomac, during which time it participated in many battles; among some of the most important being Antietam, Chancellorsville, and Gettysburg, in the East. In October of 1863 they were ordered West, here also taking an active part in all of the principal battles. This is what an historian says of this regiment, which at the battle of Lookout Mountain, in Tennessee, was in Gen. Hooker's division, which did the principal active work at that time: "It was such a scene of dauntless heroism as has rarely been portrayed in the records of battle. The charging columns, struggling against the obstacles of nature and facing the murderous fire of the Confederate guns, could not be checked. The Union flag was carried to the top; and before two o'clock in the afternoon Lookout Mountain, with its cloud-capped summit overlooking the town and river, was swarming with Federal soldiers." (Ridpath's History of the United States.)
At this time Gen. William T. Sherman commanded the army at Chattanooga, numbering one hundred thousand men. On May 7, 1864, he started on that world-wide known and renowned march to the sea, from which sprung that popular and historic song, "Marching through Georgia." The Confederate army, under Gen. Johnston, resisted his advance step by step so determinedly that his loss on reaching Atlanta (which city he entered September 2nd) was fully thirty thousand men. Determining to push forward he burned the city, and on December 22nd he entered Savannah, having lost less than six hundred men in that march of two hundred and fifty miles. From here they went north through the heart of the Carolinas, and so on to Washington, - after Gen. Lee's surrender to Gen. Grant at Appomattox Court-House, Va., April 9th, and Gen. Johnston's at Raleigh, a few days later. Thus, after four years of bloodshed, devastation, and sorrow, the civil war of the United States was at an end. After participating in the grand review at Washington, and receiving an honorable discharge, colonel Craig returned to Lehigh Gap, entering into his present business, lumbering and general mercantile business, which has proved abundantly successful under his honest and discreet management. In addition to his regular business, in 1866 -67 he contracted for and built four and a half miles of the Lehigh and Susquehanna Railroad, which was in course of construction at that time. He has been and is still director of the National Bank of Slatington, since its organization (1875). He has taken an active interest in the advancement of public schools during the five years in which he has served as director; has been president of the Carbon Metallic Paint Company since 1880.
In the fall of 1866 he married Miss Emma, daughter of Philip and Henrietta Insley, who followed the occupation of farming at the Irish Settlement, near Bath, Northampton Co. The issue of their union is seven children, - five boys and two girls, - namely, Thomas B., Charles S., P. Insley, H. Tindale, Henrietta, Mary A., Allan D.

Eleventh Pennsylvania Infantry.

11th Regiment -
COMPANY H
of this three years' regiment was from Carbon County. Following is its roster:

(Enlisted Oct. 15, 1861; mustered out July 1, 1865.)

Daniel C. Tubbs, captain, enlisted as 1st sergeant; promoted to 2nd lieutenant. Aug. 30 1862; to captain June 20, 1863; re-enlisted and served to the end of the war.
E.H. Rauch, captain, discharged Feb. 21, 1863, disability.
Samuel P. Lightcap, 1st lieutenant., app. regtl. quarter master sergeant Oct. 1, 1864; promoted to 1st lieutenant. and quarter master, 1865.
Henry Williamson, 1st lieutenant., discharged June 19, 1863, on account of wounds.
James Hyndman, 2nd lieutenant.
Joseph W. Fries, 2nd lieutenant.; promoted 2nd lieutenant. from sergeant June 30, 1865; vet. vol., served to the end of the war.
Levi Miner, 1st sergeant, discharged Feb. 4, 1863.
Silas Solomon, sergeant; discharged March 5, 1863.
Thomas W. Ebert, sergeant
Samuel A. Wehr, sergeant; re-enlisted as vet. vol. Jan. 1, 1864; served to the end of the war.
William Kane, corporal
Delanson Gaddes, corporal, enlisted Feb. 18, 1862.
James Black, corporal
Lewis Grandeson, corporal, enlisted Nov. 9, 1861.
William Simpson, corporal, discharged Dec. 16, 1864.
Daniel Houser, corporal, discharged Nov. 8, 1864.
John Seip, corporal, discharged March 5, 1862.
Herman H. Pryor, corporal, discharged Jan. 9, 1863.
Anthony W. Raudenbush, corporal, discharged March 27, 1863.
Irwin Miner, musician, discharged May 5, 1862, disability.
William Aubree, musician, re-enlisted Jan. 1, 1864, served to the end of the war.
Thomas Bobst, wagoner; enlisted Nov. 12, 1861; re-enlisted Jan. 1, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Thomas Arner, wagoner; discharged May 26, 1862, for disability.


Privates
David Adams, enlisted Dec. 16, 1861.
Mortimer Anthony, enlisted Nov. 27, 1861; discharged Oct. 31, 1862, under G.O. No. 102.
Lewis Benhard, app. principal musician of the Regiment May 30, 1865.
Lewis Boll, enlisted Nov. 12, 1861.
John Blair, discharged June 15, 1865, for disability.
Emanuel Battman, enlisted Dec. 9, 1861; discharged March 10, 1863, for disability.
Holden Chester, enlisted Dec. 13, 1861; transferred to the Veteran Reserve Corps July 24, 1863, on account of wounds.
John Cunning.
Robert Craig, discharged Jan. 15, 1863, for disability.
John H. Collins, enlisted Nov. 12, 1861; discharged Nov. 13, 1862, for disability.
Tilghman Cregle, enlisted Nov. 7, 1861; discharged Jan. 15, 1865, for disability.
Terrance Cunningham, enlisted Nov. 9, 1861; re-enlisted Jan. 1, 1864; served to the end of the war.
John Delay.
Isaac Davis, transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps Jan. 11, 1864.
Josiah Deitrick, enlisted Dec. 13, 1861.
Franklin Dennis, enlisted Nov. 7, 1861; discharged Oct. 11, 1862, for disability.
Thomas Erwin, enlisted Feb. 3, 1862; discharged June 9, 1864.
Edward Folkmer, enlisted Dec. 9, 1861.
Samuel Fleming, discharged Feb. 18, 1863, for disability.
Charles Foulke, discharged Oct. 24, 1863.
Schincke Gabriel, enlisted Nov. 12, 1861.
Charles Houser.
Jeremiah Hoffman.
Christian Haldeman, discharged Sept. 23, 1863.
Joseph Herring, discharged Nov. 8, 1864.
Isaac K. Johnson, Jr., enlisted Nov. 19, 1861.
Matthew Johnson.
Isaac K. Johnson, Sr., discharged March 5, 1862, for disability.
James E. James, enlisted Dec. 17, 1861; discharged March 13, 1862, for disability.
Noah Krum, enlisted Dec. 16, 1861.
John Keef.
John Koch, discharged June 13, 1865.
Joseph Knell, discharged March 5, 1862, for disability.
Daniel Kistler, enlisted Dec. 16, 1861; discharged June 16, 1865, for disability.
Charles Kline, re-enlisted Jan. 1, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Benjamin Lees.
John J. Lewis, enlisted Feb. 7, 1862.
Jonas Loch, enlisted Nov. 22, 1861; discharged April 25, 1862, for disability.
Samuel Lyon, discharged Jan. 13, 1863.
William Mattern.
Samuel Miller, enlisted Oct. 18, 1861; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps March 16, 1864.
Bernard McGinty, discharged Nov. 18, 1861, for disability.
Henry J. Miller, enlisted Feb. 6, 1862; discharged Nov. 28, 1862, for disability.
George Murphy, enlisted Feb. 6, 1862; discharged March 11, 1863, for disability.
Thomas McGeehan, enlisted Oct. 18, 1861; discharged Jan. 11, 1864, for disability.
Joseph Moser, re-enlisted Jan. 1, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Lewis Moyer, enlisted Dec. 13, 1861; re-enlisted Jan. 1, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Thomas Mulligan, mustered out at the end of the war.
Charles Newmiller.
Josiah Neith, discharged Jan. 31, 1863.
Benjamin F. Newhard, enlisted Nov. 15, 1861; discharged June 15, 1865, disability.
Josiah Poh.
Henry Poh, re-enlisted Jan. 1, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Laurence Radcliff, enlisted Oct. 26, 1861; discharged Nov. 27, 1864.
George Rose, enlisted Dec. 16, 1861; discharged Oct. 17, 1862, disability.
William Ray, discharged Dec. 28, 1862.
John B. Reikert, re-enlisted Jan. 1, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Robert Snedden, transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps July 1, 1863.
George Sprohl, discharged June 10, 1863, disability.
Elijah Schneck, enlisted Dec. 17, 1861; discharged Jan. 17, 1863, disability.
William Saudle, served to the end of the war.
Peter Waters.
George W. Wintersteen, discharged Nov. 8, 1864.
William Wolf, discharged Feb. 17, 1863, disability.
Isaac Williams, discharged Nov. 13, 1862.
Eli Weyhenmeyer, re-enlisted Jan. 1, 1864; served to the end of the war.

Killed in Battle and Died of Wounds.
James Hyndman, 2nd lieutenant., enlisted Oct. 15, 1861; killed in action at Bull Run, Va., Aug. 30, 1862.
Thomas W. Ebert, sergeant, enlisted Oct. 15, 1861; killed in action at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863.
Lewis Grandeson, corporal, enlisted Nov. 9, 1861; died June 18, 1863, of wounds received in action at Bull Run Aug. 30, 1862.
Adams, David, enlisted Dec. 16, 1861; killed in action at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863.
Boll, Lewis, enlisted Nov. 12, 1861; killed in action at Bull Run, Va., Aug. 31, 1862.
Cunning, John, enlisted Oct. 15, 1861; killed in action at Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862.
Deitrick, Josiah, enlisted Dec. 13, 1861; died Dec. 19, 1862, of wound received in action at Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.
Folkmer, Edward, enlisted Dec. 9, 1861; killed May 6, 1864, in action at the Wilderness, Va.
Johnson, Matthew, enlisted Oct. 15, 1861; killed in the battle of Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863.
Lewis, John J., enlisted Feb. 7, 1862; killed in the battle of Bull Run, Va., Aug. 30, 1862.
Lees, Benjamin, enlisted Oct. 15, 1861; killed in the battle of Bull Run, Va., Aug. 30, 1862.
Newmiller, Charles, enlisted Oct. 15, 1861; died Oct. 13, 1862, of wound received in the battle of Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862.
Poh, Josiah, enlisted Oct. 15, 1861; killed in the battle of Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863.
Waters, Peter, enlisted Oct. 15, 1861; killed in the battle of Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863.

Died of Disease and Starved in Rebel Prisons.
Delanson Gaddes, corporal, enlisted Feb. 15, 1862; wounded in the battle of Bull Run Aug. 30, 1862; taken prisoner at Weldon Railroad Aug. 19, 1864; died in prison at Saulsbury, N.C., Feb. 12, 1865.
James Black, corporal, enlisted Oct. 15, 1861; taken prisoner Aug. 19, 1864; died Feb. 10, 1865, in prison at Andersonville, Ga.
Gabrielle, Schinke, enlisted Nov. 12, 1861; taken prisoner at Weldon Railroad Aug. 19, 1864; died in prison at Saulsbury, N.C., Jan. 22, 1865.
Hoffman, Jeremiah, enlisted Oct. 15, 1861; died of disease Nov. 13, 1862, at Washington, D.C.
Houser, Charles, enlisted Oct. 15, 1861; died of disease Oct. 2, 1862, at Camp Parole.
Keef, John, enlisted Oct. 15, 1861; killed by accident Nov. 29, 1861.
Krum, Noah, enlisted Dec. 16, 1861; died in hospital of disease.

Second Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery.

112th Regiment - A large number of men from this county were in
COMPANY H
of this regiment, and a few in C and I, as follows:

COMPANY H
Thomas Wilhelm, major, commissioned captain Dec. 19, 1861; promoted to major Nov. 25, 1862; acting colonel, commanding Provisional Regiment, Heavy Artillery, in 1864; commissioned captain in Veteran Reserve Corps at the end of the war.
Orlando Keene, 2nd lieutenant., enlisted in 1861; re-enlisted in 1863; transferred to Co. C and promoted to 2nd lieutenant. in 1864; served to the end of the war.
Theodore P. Pryor, sergeant, enlisted in 1861.
Harry V. Mortimer, sergeant, enlisted in 1861.
Franklin C. Miner, sergeant, enlisted in 1861.
Cicero Wintermute, sergeant, enlisted in 1861.
George Slater, sergeant, enlisted in 1861.


Privates
John Brady, enlisted in 1861; re-enlisted and served to the end of war.
Christopher Corcoran, enlisted in 1861; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps.
Willoughby Koons, enlisted in 1865; served to the end of the war.
Alfred Knecht, enlisted in 1862.
James McGlynn, enlisted in 1862.
George C.P. Owens, enlisted in 1862; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps.
Francis Palmer, enlisted in 1862.
William A. Smith, enlisted in 1861.
Edward Palmer, enlisted in 1861.
Thomas Smithers, enlisted in 1861.

Died
Edward Palmer, enlisted in 1861; died at Hampton Hospital in 1864.

COMPANY C
Jonathan F. Hatrick, enlisted Dec. 2, 1863; discharged Jan. 29, 1866.
John W. Koons, enlisted November, 1863; discharged March, 1865.
George T. Bond, enlisted January, 1864; discharged Jan. 29, 1866.
Patrick Corcoran, enlisted March, 1864; discharged Jan. 29, 1866.

COMPANY I
Michael Ferrie, enlisted in 1861.
Michael Troy, enlisted in 1861.
Samuel Hawk, enlisted in 1861; discharged on account of wounds.

One Hundred and Thirty-second Regiment.

132nd Regiment - Companies F and G of this nine months' regiment were principally made up in this county. Their rosters follow:

" field and staff "
Charles Albright,** colonel, commissioned major Aug. 22, 1862; promoted to
lieutenant-colonel Sept. 28, 1862; promoted to colonel Jan. 24, 1863.

COMPANY F
(Mustered in Aug. 15, 1862; mustered out May 24, 1863.)
J.D. Laciar, captain, enlisted as 2nd lieutenant.; promoted to captain Dec. 5, 1862.
George W. Wilhelm, captain, discharged, to date from Dec. 5, 1862.
Thomas Musselman, 1st lieutenant.
John Kerns, 2nd lieutenant., enlisted as corporal; promoted to 2nd lieutenant. Dec. 5, 1862.
Oliver Breniser, 1st sergeant
Joseph Shadel, corporal
Oliver F. Musselman, sergeant
David M. Jones, corporal
Jacob Miller, sergeant
Albert E. Scheets, corporal
John Hoff, sergeant
William R. Rex, corporal
Charles Mack, sergeant
John Shultz, corporal
John Sherry, sergeant
William Miner, corporal
Franklin C. Wintermute, corporal
Lewis Trainer, corporal
Sebastian Hahn, wagoner.
 


Privates
Bartlett Armbruster.
Joseph Clewell.
William Allen.
Stephen Cunfer.
Daniel Bartley.
Thomas Christine.
August Belsner.
George W. Duryea.
Thomas Baker.
 
Joseph Drumbore, discharged Jan. 13, 1863, on account of wounds.
Charles S. Dreisbach.
Joseph Dreisbach.
Samuel Everts, discharged Feb. 13, 1862, on account of disability.
William Everts.
William Frantz.
Peter Everts.
Owen C. Fullweiler.
Jonathan Eck.
Lewis Frederick.
Aaron Fritz
Samuel Grow.
George H. Gerhart, discharged March 10, 1863, on account of wounds.
Aaron H. Gumbard.
Frederick Hosler.
Henry Grow.
John W. Hottenstein.
Joseph Houtz.
George Houser.
Oliver Hough.
Alexander Johnson.
Daniel Kressley, discharged Jan. 15, 1863, on account of disability.
John Kistler.
Edwin Kemmerer.
Samuel Keene.
John Lentz.
Levi M. Levy, discharged Feb. 25, 1863, on account of disability. Samuel D. Lynn.
Charles F. Moyer.
Alexander Mills, discharged Sept. 25, 1862, on account of disability.
Francis H. Moser.
Samuel McCauce.
Monroe Mattern.
Daniel McGee.
James E. Nace.
Jacob Nothstein.
Moses Neyer.
Valentine Newmeyer.
Charles A. Patterson.
Charles W. Ramaley.
Aaron Rex.
Jacob Rodfink.
Leopold Rice.
Jacob Ridler.
Otto Stermer.
Francis Solt.
Lewis Stiegerwalt.
Charles Sinker.
Jacob Strouse.
Paul Solt.
William S. Siegfried.
Josiah Sandall.
Monroe Stiegerwalt.
Henry Werstein.

Killed in Battle and Died of Disease.
Oliver F. Musselman, sergeant, killed in battle of Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862.
Joseph Shadel, corporal, died Nov. 28, 1862, at Belle Plains, Va., of disease.
Grow, Samuel, died of wounds received in battle of Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.
Moyer, Charles F., killed in battle of Antietam Sept. 17, 1862.
Clewell, Joseph, died at Harper's Ferry, Va., of wounds received in action at Antietam Sept. 17, 1862.
Nace, James E., died of wounds received in action at Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.
Lentz, John, died of wounds received in action at Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.
Ramaley, Charles W., died Jan. 27, 1863, at Windmill Point, Va., of disease.
Rex, Aaron, died at Smoketown Hospital, Nov. 11, 1862; wounded at Antietam.
Stermer, Otto, died March 25, 1863, of wounds received in action at Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.
Solt, Francis, died on the march in Maryland, about Sept. 14, 1862.

COMPANY G
Isaac Howard, captain, promoted from private to captain Jan. 30, 1863.
Robert A. Abbott, captain, discharged Jan. 13, 1863, on account of wounds.
William H. Fulton, 1st lieutenant., promoted from sergeant to 1st lieutenant. Jan. 13, 1863.
John Dolon, 1st lieutenant., discharged Jan. 30, 1863, disability.
John Weiss, 2nd lieutenant., promoted from sergeant to 2nd lieutenant. March 17, 1863.
Edward H. Salkeld, 2nd lieutenant., discharged March 17, 1863.
John T.C. Williams, sergeant
William Radcliffe, sergeant
Charles Simons, sergeant
Charles Weiss, sergeant
Joshua Butler, sergeant
David Garrett, corporal
John Osborne, corporal
John Leslie, corporal
Hugh Callan, corporal
Charles Bobst, corporal
William J. Springer, corporal



Privates
Charles Abner.
Joseph Backert.
George Buck.
Joseph Connelly.
Peter Cassidy.
William Callaghan.
Wilson M. Darlington.
William Davis.
Bernard Dempsey.
James Derbyshire.
Michael Dougherty.
John Ephlin.
John Earley.
Patrick Elliott.
Conrad Fry, discharged on account of wounds Dec. 9, 1862.
Andrew Floyd.
Patrick Fleming.
John Graver, discharged on account of disability.
Charles Holmes
William Hoy.
Morgan Jenkins.
William F. Krum.
John Knouse, discharged on account of disability.
Willoughby Koons, discharged on account of wounds.
Christian Kinckle.
Matthew Kelley.
Bernard Kelley.
William F. Klotz.
John F. Klotz.
Jonas Loch, discharged on account of disability.
Henry Lange.
Peter Lieser.
William Leed.
Luke Masterson.
Edward P. Mellick.
M. Moyer.
Michael McCullough.
Henry Mansfield.
John McGovern, discharged on account of wounds.
Jonathan L. Miller.
William H. Noble, discharged on account of disability.
James Patterson.
John Toner.
George Rose.
Rufus Walters.
Alfred Poh.
Hugh Reilley.
Jonathan L. Ruch.
John F. Solomon.
Michael Reilly.
David Shaeffer.
Hugo Ronemous.
Bernhard Smith.
Paul Sowerwein.
Robert Synyard.
Jacob Shingler.
William Schoonover.
Thomas Smitham.
Rigby Thomas.
John Stacy.
Thomas Sprohl.
Henry B. Schoonover.
John Weisley.
Henry Winterstein, discharged on account of wounds.
Michael Welsh, discharged on account of disability.
Tilghman Weaver.
Edward Yemmons.
Elijah Youts, discharged on account of disability.

Killed in Battle and Died of Disease.
Darlington, Wilson M., died Jan. 31, 1863, of wounds received in action at Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.
Ephlin, John, killed in the battle of Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.
Floyd, Andrew, died at Falmouth, Va., March 2, 1863, of disease.
Krum, William F., died at Smoketown Hospital, Md., of wound received in action at Antietam Sept. 17, 1862.
McCullough, Michael, killed in action at Antietam Sept. 17, 1862.
Moyer, M., died at Smoketown Hospital, Md., of wounds received in action at Antietam Sept. 17, 1862.
Mellick, Edward P., killed in action at Antietam Sept. 17, 1862.
Ruch, Jonathan L., died at Smoketown Hospital, Md., of wounds received in action at Antietam Sept. 17, 1862.
Solomon, John F., died of disease October, 1862.

One Hundred and Eighty-sixth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers.

186th Regiment - This regiment was enlisted Feb. 28, 1864, and served to the end of the war.

COMPANY F

Bartlett Armbruster.
August Belsner.
Charles Eberly.
Henry Glace.
George Malley.
Robert Moore.
William R. Snyder.
John Sterling.
Thomas Martin.
John Weyhenmeyer.

COMPANY G

Israel Briggs.
Alexander Johnson.
James Warner.
Lafayette Lefler.

Two Hundred and Second Regiment.

202nd Regiment - The whole of Company A, a considerable part of
COMPANY F
, and a few men in D, I, H, E, and L were from Carbon County. Following is the roster:
"FIELD AND STAFF"
Charles Albright, brevet brig.-gen., organized the regiment in August, 1864, and was commissioned colonel Sept. 6, 1864; promoted to brevet brig.-gen. in 1865.
Oliver Breneiser, sergeant-major, enlisted in Co. F Sept. 9, 1864; app. sergeant-major Sept. 7, 1864; discharged Aug. 3, 1865.

COMPANY A
(Mustered in Aug. 25, 1864; mustered out Aug. 3, 1865.)

J.D. Laciar, captain
Daniel Kressly, corporal
Stephen F. Minnick, 1st lieutenant.
Robert Craig, corporal
John T. McDaniel, 2nd lieutenant.
George Heister, corporal
Josiah Musselman, sergeant
William A. Ebert, corporal
Monroe Stiegerwalt, sergeant
John Forgay, corporal
Tilghman Sittler, sergeant
Charles Brey, corporal
Edward D. Horn, sergeant
Douglas A. Sherry, drummer.

Privates
Benjamin F. Bachman.
Alexander Beltz.
Cornelius Brislin.
James Becker.
Samuel C. Briggs.
John Blain.
James Brown.
Philip Brown.
Henry F. Brown.
Douglas Boyle.
William Campbell.
Hugh Connaghan.
Thomas Campsie.
John Campbell.
Mannes Curran.
John Callaghan.
Samuel Daubenspeck.
Henry Drumbore.
Jonathan Eck.
Henry G. Fisher.
Joseph Fisher.
Edwin Focht.
Lewis Frederick.
Henry Green.
Edward Glace.
James Glenn.
Nathan Gombert.
Thomas J. Hannon.
James Hasson.
John Heller.
Joseph Heffelfinger.
James Hollenbach.
Orville E. Hoyt.
William Kissner.
William Kelley.
Daniel Kelley.
William Kolb.
William Kocher.
James Laggan.
Henry Lee.
William Leed.
Condy Manalis.
James Minnick.
Jeremiah Moulthrop.
Aaron Miller.
James Meighan.
John McLaughlin.
Edward Mulharn.
Edward Mullen.
Patrick McDermott.
Simon McKeever.
John A. McMurtrie.
Noah Northstein.
John O'Donnell.
Levi F. Ott.
Jesse Popst.
Alfred Poh.
John L. Reinheimer.
Albert Reinheimer.
Aaron Snyder.
Thomas G. Smith.
Jonas Smith.
Edward Sleider.
William F. Sensinger.
Winfield S. Solomon.
Silvaria Sox.
Zachariah Trausue.
Nathan Trine.
Samuel Uplinger.
Jeremiah Williams.
Asa Vanneman.
Joseph Williams.
Charles Walton.
William Williams.
John Watt.
John Young.
Lewis Wehr.
Owen Ziegler.
Owen Wehr.
Elias Zellner.
Aaron Weidaw.
Tilghman Zink.

Killed and Died in the Service.
Bachman, Benjamin F., died Nov. 11, 1864, in hospital, Alexandria, of wound received in skirmish at Salem, Va., Oct. 8, 1864.
Campbell, William, died at Mauch Chunk about Sept. 15, 1864.
Green, Henry, died at Fairfax Station, Va., Dec. 15, 1864.
Wehr, Lewis, died in hospital at Alexandria Nov. 7, 1864.

COMPANY D
Albert Ackerman, enlisted February, 1865; served to the end of the war.
Patrick Horie, enlisted February, 1865; served to the end of the war.
Ira Oliver, enlisted February, 1865; served to the end of the war.
Thomas Williams, enlisted February, 1865; served to the end of the war.

COMPANY I
George Williams, enlisted Jan. 6, 1865; served to the end of the war.

COMPANY H
James Tudor, enlisted February, 1865; served to the end of the war.
Cyrus Loose, enlisted August, 1864; served to the end of the war.

COMPANY E
Albert Herman, enlisted February, 1865; served to the end of the war.
Frank Brobst, enlisted February, 1865; served to the end of the war.

COMPANY F
Charles Billman, enlisted Aug. 31, 1864; served about one month.
Jonas Billman, enlisted Aug. 31, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Lewis Trainer, enlisted Feb. 7, 1865; served to the end of the war.
William H. Moulthrop, enlisted Feb. 7, 1865; served to the end of the war.
Frederick Schlie, enlisted Feb. 7, 1865; served to the end of the war.
Amandus Diehl, enlisted Feb. 7, 1865; served to the end of the war.
Daniel Moyer, enlisted Feb. 7, 1865; served to the end of the war.
John Bryson, enlisted Jan. 6, 1865; served to the end of the war.
Joseph Hough, enlisted Jan. 24, 1865; served to the end of the war.
Charles Deremer, enlisted Jan. 6, 1865; served to the end of the war.
Charles Dutter, enlisted Jan. 9, 1865; served to the end of the war.
William Everett, enlisted Jan. 17, 1865; served to the end of the war.
William Klotz, enlisted Aug. 27, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Franklin Myers, enlisted Jan. 24, 1865; served to the end of the war.
Willoughby Pickert, enlisted Sept. 1, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Elias Smith, enlisted Sept. 1, 1864; served to the end of the war.

COMPANY L
(Enlisted in 1865, and served until disbandment of the regiment, Aug. 3, 1865.)
Thomas Radcliffe.
John Michael.
Patrick Boyle.
Samuel Sherry.
Levi Fritzinger.
Joseph Bennyhoff.
Joseph F. George.
Jacob Crammer.
Owen T. Bastian.
Francis Cunnyngham.
Peter Carl.
Daniel J. Farrall.
Nathan Drumbore.
Edward McGady.
Simon Hartranft.
Joseph Martz.
Samuel McCance.
C.E. Rex.
Peter Moser.
Benjamin Klotz.
Peter Shaffer.
John McLaughlin.
John Rouse.
Marshall Hutchinson.
Josiah Swank.
Robert Young.
Thomas McNamara.
 

Nineteenth Regiment Volunteer Militia of 1862.

- This regiment of emergency men had many recruits from Carbon, as the roster shows:
"FIELD AND STAFF"
Robert Klotz, colonel
Other Officers.
Hiram Wolf, captain; Thomas R. Crellin, 1st lieutenant.; Charles H. Kalbfus, 1st sergeant; James Warner, sergeant; Samuel Patterson, sergeant; Allen Craig, sergeant; Chambers Davis, corporal; Dennis H. Dreisbach, corporal; William Richards, corporal; Henry Santee, corporal; John S. Line, corporal; Godfrey Laury, corporal; Alfred Hoffman, corporal; Edward Horn, corporal; Charles M. Sweeny, sergeant

Privates
Benjamin F. Ely.

C.D. Frederick.

Alexander W. Steadman.

Edmund Taylor.

Fisher Hazard.

Robert Phifer.

Edward L. Bullock.

Mark L. Leffler.

Edward R. Enbody.

Henry Bucks.

James Gaddes.

George Hand.

John L. Steadman.

August Oswald.

Alfred Dander.

Matthew Reiley.

Oliver Peters.

Edward Horn.

Cameron Lockhart.

Joel Beel.

Robert B. Butler.

Robert Laubach.

Thomas D. Conyngham.

James Gower.

Charles A. Rex.

Henry Saeger.

George W. Esser.

Paul Buck.

John Bradwell.

Daniel Hoppes.

William Hines.

Charles W. Brown.

Josiah W. Harlan.

Samuel Wolle.

Adam Seifert.

George Davis.

Adam Loew.

Reuben Solt.

William A. Whipple.

Stephen Solt.

Joseph Hummel.

Jonas Boyer.

Jacob W. Cole.

William Whitehead.

Charles Dick.

David J. Buck.

George F. Anthony.

Franklin Solt.

William B. Anthony.

Charles Dreisbach.

Milton Rowman.

Jacob Daubenspeck.

Walter Graver.

John Daubenspeck.

Tilghman Dreisbach.

Josiah Musselman.

Lewis Dreisbach.

Charles Buck.

Alexander Solt.

Joseph Fields.

Reuben Rehrig.

William Quish.

Tildishman Sittler.

Samuel Fields.

David O'Brien.

William W. Levett.

Alfred Klotz.

Stephen Best.

James Strong.

Henry W. Mentz.

Thomas H. Ratcliff.

Oliver O. Bowman.

Silas H. LaRue.

Henry Horn.

Henry Labine.

William P. Rockhill.

Josiah Swank.

Charles Brown.

William Shafer.

H.H. McConnell.

John J. Lloyd.

Alexander Miller.

John Brislin.

Theodore W. Kramer.

Twenty-seventh Regiment Volunteer Militia of 1863.

27th Regiment -
COMPANY E
of this regiment was mustered into service June 18, 1863, and discharged Aug. 5, 1863. Following are the names of the Carbon men:
C.E. Steadman, sergeant; Ed. L. Bullock, corporal

Privates
John Arp.
D.D. Arner.
George T. Bond.
Henry C. Brelsford.
Ed. Bennyhoff.
Joseph Bennyhoff.
Wallace B. Fister.
Jonathan Hatrick.
M. Kemmerer.
George Orr.
Frank Ramsay.
William Rutman.
C.A. Rex.
Henry Siegfried.
Josiah Swank.
Henry Smith.
A.D. Xander.
Henry Zellner.

Thirty-fourth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers.

34th Regiment - Companies F, A, and G of this regiment, which served during the emergency in June and July, 1863, were from Carbon County.
" field and staff "
Charles Albright, colonel

COMPANY F
James Thomas, captain; Thomas Musselman, 1st lieutenant.; Amos Riegel, 2nd lieutenant.; Samuel Wolle, 1st sergeant; John Hoff, 2nd sergeant;-----Davis, 3d sergeant; Peter Eberts, 4th sergeant; Josiah Musselman, 5th sergeant; -----Trout, Charles Bowman, Charles Seidel, Adam Berlin, F. Pettit, W.B. Anthony, R. Pfeiffer, Harrison Kungle, corps.; Charles McDaniel, Edward Mulharn, musicians.


Privates
C.W. Anthony.

David Gastin.

Emil Ashner.

Joseph Hunsicker.

J.H. Arner.

Daniel Hoppes.

H. Buck.

Nathan Trine.

D. Buck.

William Shoenberger.

W. Buck.

Christian Henry.

W. Banford.

George Dunlap.

-----Bloss.

Samuel Eberts.

-----Belford.

William Eberts.

John Beltz.

David Eberts.

Daniel Billman.

-----Fitzpatrick.

Charles Brey.

William Grow.

-----Beaver.

David Henry.

Charles Bobst.

John Kuehner.

Granville Clouse.

William Kocher.

Gideon Cunfer.

John Lyons.

-----Delaney.

Jacob Mattern.

Levi Fritzinger.

J. Pettit.

C. Fertwangler.

G. Pettit.

William Foulke.

-----Rupp.

Owen Graver.

-----Remaley.

James Kressley.

-----Saunder.

F.W. Kast.

John Snyder.

Willoughby Leinbach.

Lewis Semuel.

James Moore.

Thomas Strouse.

Levi Ott.

Harrison Trainer.

Henry Peters.

Frederick Hosler.

Christian Rasp.

George Hand.

Nathan Reinsmith.

John Hill.

Boas Remaley.

John Wertley.

-----Strohl.

John Weaver.

-----Shaeffer.

Owen Ziegler.

Charles Settler.

Henry Christian.

-----Swab.

 

COMPANY A
Jacob Smith, captain; James Donelly, 1st lieutenant.; W.H. Eberly, 2nd lieutenant.; Oliver Breneiser, sergeant-major; Josiah W. McCrea, 1st sergeant; S.F. Collins, sergeant; Cameron Cool, sergeant; Edward Hank, sergeant; T. Frank Walter, sergeant; Nathan Tubbs, corporal; J. Wagenmeyer, corporal; Thomas H. Ratcliff, corporal; Ezra B. Ely, corp; C.W. Hamman, corporal; John Sterling, corporal; David H. Butz, corporal; Charles E. Amadon, corporal; Edward D. Horn, musician; Ed. Remmel, musician.


Privates
A.C. Angle.

A.J. Smith.

Valentine Armbruster.

Abraham Strouss.

John Brobst.

John Swartwood.

J. Baum.

William Seip.

Robert B. Butler.

Thomas Ulmstead.

Lewis Beers.

Asa Vanneman.

George Lance.

Thomas Wochter.

Charles Long.

William S. Warner.

Charles Leibenguth.

James Warner.

Obediah Barto.

Samuel Moore.

Amos Butler.

William Merrick.

J.K. Beer.

John A. Myer.

Thomas Bennett.

Jacob Meyers.

Isaac Collins.

J.W. Oliver.

Patrick Corcoran.

Andrew Deibert.

Alexander Cole.

Edwin Enbody.

John Dink.

William A. Ebert.

C.E. Leisenring.

John Gillman.

A.H. Lockhart.

N.M. Grover.

L.E. Mehan.

James Gaddes.

Philip Miller.

William F. Heilman.

Joseph Madara.

James Holmes.

Frank Neith.

Edward Hyndman.

Henry Derbyshire.

Wilson Kistler.

----- C.S. Eberle.

John Knebler.

George W. Esser.

Joseph Kramer.

Fritz Ehman.

E.R. Siewers.

John Gilbreath.

William R. Snyder.

Henry Glace.

P.G. Smith.

Marshall Hutchinson.

Adam Seifert.

John Horn.

Henry Sohl.

William Harlan.

Christian Stem.

Alexander Johnson.

A.H. Tobias.

William Kunkle.

Lewis R. Unger.

Henry Keiser.

James Valentine.

George Rose.

Edmund Warner.

William Sandhaus.

J.S. Wildoner.

George Sprowle.

 

COMPANY G
Samuel Harleman, captain; Sharon McNair, 1st lieutenant.


Privates
John Brenan.

Jeremiah Brown.

Nathan Buck.

John Coffee.

Frederick Blank.

William Coningham.

Lewis Drombor.

J.F. Davis.

Edward Dodson.

Jonathan Eck.

William Miller.

Amos Minich.

A. Roth.

Baltzer Ratz.

L. Roth.

John B. Smith.

Frank Sowers.

Jacob Severson.

Gotlieb Smith.

James Fagan.

Samuel Shelnomer.

Frank Eck.

Smith Gormly.

Aaron Keubler.

Eli Gorman.

Jacob Keller.

William Hittler.

Peter Kline.

John Kishboch.

Oliver Kurt.

Daniel Kuehner.

M. Karrichner.

Jacob Kisthard.

Henry Leadenham.

Noah Moyer.

William Stockley.

William Sitzer.

Lewis W. Salin.

William Stevenson.

Lee Stiles.

Adam Strohl.

J.W. Smith.

L. Trescolt.

Samuel Tanny.

Hester Tanny.

Charles Williams.

G. West.

James Watts.

Samuel Weeks.

Nathan Zoll.
Miscellaneous.

COMPANY C, 183D REGIMENT P.V.

183rd Regiment
Samuel Hawk, 2nd lieutenant., re-enlisted Dec. 11, 1863, as 1st sergeant; promoted to 2nd lieutenant. April 16, 1864; wounded in front of Petersburg June 16, 1864; discharged July 3, 1865.
Edward Hawk, sergeant, re-enlisted Dec. 11, 1863; discharged July 3, 1865.

COMPANY H, 5TH U.S. INFANTRY.


George Helshaw, enlisted in 1861; killed September, 1863.

COMPANY D, 4TH REGIMENT VETERAN RESERVES.


Michael Smith, enlisted in 1861; died Aug. 30, 1863.

COMPANY E, 96TH REGIMENT P.V.

96th Regiment
Charles Schaedel, enlisted in 1861; died July 2, 1864.

BATTERY D, 5TH U.S. ARTILLERY.



David Williams.

William Warlow.


COMPANY H, 98TH REGIMENT P.V.

98th Regiment
Charles Folkmer, enlisted in 1861; died May 7, 1864.

COMPANY A, 96TH REGIMENT P.V.

96th Regiment
Alexander Rodgers, enlisted in 1861; died in service.

COMPANY I, 47TH REGIMENT P.V.

47th Regiment
Jonas Snyder.

COMPANY E, 47TH REGIMENT P.V.

47th Regiment
William Deterline, enlisted in 1861; served three years.

116TH REGIMENT VET. P.V.

116th Regiment
Frederick Hosler, enlisted in 1864; served to the end of the war.
James Kressly, enlisted in 1864; served to the end of the war.
Lewis Steigerwalt, enlisted in 1864; served to the end of the war.

48TH REGIMENT VET. P.V.

48th Regiment
Edward R. West, enlisted in 1861; re-enlisted in 1863, and served to the end of the war.

1ST NEW JERSEY VOLUNTEERS.


John Warner, enlisted in 1861; served to the end of the war.

COMPANY I, 118TH REGIMENT P.V.

118th Regiment
Robert Enbody, enlisted Nov. 17, 1863; taken prisoner at Cold Harbor June 2, 1864; in prison at Andersonville to Dec. 10, 1864; discharged May 1, 1865.

COMPANY A, 68TH REGIMENT NEW JERSEY VOL.


Joseph Beckhardt, enlisted Aug. 19, 1863; served to the end of the war.

COMPANY G, 68TH REGIMENT NEW YORK VOL.


James Patterson, enlisted in 1864; killed at the battle of the Wilderness May 3, 1864.

COMPANY A, 109TH REGIMENT P.V.

109th Regiment
Daniel Davidson, died in service.

COMPANY F, 148TH REGIMENT P.V.

148th Regiment
John Wells, killed in battle.

COMPANY C, 50TH REGIMENT P.V.

50th Regiment
Richard Fahl.

COMPANY C, 6TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY.

>70th Regiment
Charles Boyle, enlisted in 1861; killed at the battle of Fredericksburg July 5, 1863.

201ST REGIMENT P.V.

98th Regiment
John Horn, enlisted in February, 1865; discharged at the close of the war.

6TH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY.

70th Regiment
Jacob Ginder, enlisted March 7, 1865, having served three years in the 81st Regiment P.V.
Frank Neith, enlisted March 7, 1865; served to the end of the war.

129TH REGIMENT P.V.

129th Regiment
William Ormrod, enlisted August, 1862; served nine months.
Edward F. Luckenbach, enlisted August, 1862; served nine months.

72D REGIMENT P.V.

72nd Regiment
Henry F. Brown, enlisted in 1861; honorably discharged in 1863, on account of disability.

73D REGIMENT P.V.

73rd Regiment
Jerome Wehley, enlisted in 1861; appointed chief bugler; discharged by order of the War Department in 1862.

COMPANY C, 35TH NEW JERSEY VOL.


James Derbyshire, enlisted October, 1864; served to the end of the war.

COMPANY A, 10TH NEW JERSEY VOL.


George McIntosh, enlisted 1864; captured at the battle of the Wilderness May 3, 1864; discharged at the end of the war.

COMPANY I, 199TH REGIMENT P.V.

>199th Regiment
Joseph Eshman, enlisted Aug. 16, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Joseph Koons, enlisted Aug. 16, 1864; served to the end of the war.
William Paltzgrove, enlisted Aug. 16, 1864; served to the end of the war.
Reuben Schnell, enlisted Aug. 16, 1864; served to the end of the war.

COMPANY G, 47TH REGIMENT P.V.

47th Regiment
Timothy Deterline, enlisted in 1864; served to the end of the war.
Malric Faust, enlisted in 1864; served to the end of the war.
John Graver (Co. B), enlisted in 1864; served to the end of the war.

3D NEW JERSEY CAVALRY.


Charles Buel, enlisted in 1864; served to the end of the war.

COMPANY K, 54TH REGIMENT P.V.

54th Regiment
George Rehig, enlisted Feb. 15, 1864.

COMPANY B, 11TH REGIMENT P.V.

11th Regiment
George E.A. Clark, enlisted Aug. 19, 1861; re-enlisted Nov. 1, 1863; transferred to Co. C, 188th Regiment P.V., May 4, 1864, and served to the end of the war.

COMPANY C, 188TH REGIMENT P.V.

188th Regiment
Joel Beers, enlisted in 1864; served to the end of the war.

COMPANY H, 209TH REGIMENT P.V.

209th Regiment
Jonathan Klotz, enlisted in 1864; wounded in front of Petersburg March 25, 1865; died of his wounds three days later.
NAVY.
Charles Cooper, entered service as an assistant engineer; served to the end of the war.
Nathan Faga, seaman, served to the end of the war.
* From "Patriotism of Carbon County," by J.D. Laciar.



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