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Civil War History of Dauphin County PA

Extracted from the book History of the Counties of Dauphin and Lebanon, Egle, William Henry, M.D., M.A.



(FOR the rolls herewith given and the major portion of the history connected therewith, we are indebted to the "History of the Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-65," published by the State. As these rolls and accounts contain so many inaccuracies we were in hopes of having the record of each organization carefully revised. In several instances this has been done by the survivors of the organization. In others where it has been just as important we have failed to secure the desired aid. The present was an opportunity to have all errors corrected, but those familiar therewith who have neglected to take any interest in this matter are alone responsible for perpetuating blunders of fact or opinion.)

OFFICERS FROM DAUPHIN COUNTY IN OTHER PENNSYLVANIA REGIMENTS.



GENERAL OFFICERS - 1861.



Aide-de-Camp to major-general Keim. Thomas J. Jordan.

Brigadier-General. Edward C. Williams.

Brigade Inspector. Joseph F. Knipe.

SECOND REGIMENT (THREE MONTHS' SERVICE).

2nd Regiment

Adjutant. Isaac S. Waturhury, April 20, 1861.

ELEVENTH REGIMENT.

11th Regiment

Adjutant. F. Asbury Awl, April 26, 1861.

Assistant Surgeon. Henry B. Buehler, April 26, 1861.

NEW ELEVENTH REGIMENT.

11th Regiment

Adjutant. Arthur F. Small, Jan. 1, 1863.

Quartermaster Allen L. Jacobs, June 3, 1863; died of disease Oct. 18, 1863.

Captain Company D. William E. Lees, March 6, 1862.

TWENTY-THIRD REGIMENT.

23rd Regiment

Assistant Surgeon. Henry S. Collston, Sept. 13, 1861.

TWENTY-SIXTH REGIMENT.

26th Regiment

Surgeon. Solomon S. Shultz, June 23, 1863.

THIRTY-SECOND REGIMENT.

32nd Regiment

Assistant Surgeon. Henry S. Colston, Oct. 24, 1861.

THIRTY-FOURTH REGIMENT.

34th Regiment

Colonel. Seneca G. Simmons, June 20, 1861; killed in battle of Charles City Cross-Roads, Va., June 30, 1862.



THIRTY-SEVENTH REGIMENT.

37th Regiment

Assistant Surgeon. F.O. Alleman, April 7, 1862.

First Lieutenant Company B. William M. Carter, April 25, 1861; killed in battle of South Mountain, Md., Sept. 14, 1862.

THIRTY-EIGHTH REGIMENT.

38th Regiment

Assistant Surgeon. F.O. Alleman, Aug. 29, 1862.

FORTY-FIRST REGIMENT.

41st Regiment

Quartermaster James T. Woodall, Sept. 22, 1862.

First Lieutenant Company G. George Huber, June 30, 1862.

FORTY-THIRD REGIMENT.

43rd Regiment

Major. Theodore Miller, Jan. 1, 1665.

Assistant Surgeon. James R. Reily, July 27, 1861.

First Lieutenant Battery F. Henry L. Gotold, Feb. 28, 1862; died Sept. 22, 1862, of wounds.

Captain Battery E. Jacob M. Barr, Aug. 3, 1861.

Theodore Miller, March 3, 1862.

FORTY-FOURTH REGIMENT.

44th Regiment

Assistant Surgeon. James B. Finney, Aug. 13, 1861.

FORTY-FIFTH REGIMENT.

45th Regiment

Assistant Surgeon. Robert B. Weistling, Aug. 11, 1862.

FORTY-SIXTH REGIMENT.

46th Regiment

Colonel. Joseph F. Knipe, Aug. 1, 1861; promoted to brigadier-general Nov. 29, 1862; honorably discharged May 8, 1863.

Adjutant. George W. Boyd, Sept. 17, 1861.

First Lieutenant Company G. James Madison Miller, Aug. 16,1862; died of disease June 18, 18G3.

Captain Company I. John Case, May 10, 1863.

First Lieutenant Company I. John H. Knipe, May 10, 1863; died of wounds received in action at Resaca, Ga., May 15, 1864.

FORTY-SEVENTH REGIMENT.

47th Regiment

Captain Company H. William Wallace Geety, from 1st lieutenant Sept. 19, 1864.

FORTY-NINTH REGIMENT.

49th Regiment

Captain Company I. Calvin DeWitt, Sept. 14, 1861.

Second Lieutenant. Daniel Rhoads, May 11, 1864.

FIFTY-FIRST REGIMENT.

51st Regiment

Adjutant. Jacob H. Santo, from 2nd lieutenant Nov. 3, 1864.

FIFTY-FIFTH REGIMENT.

55th Regiment

Major. John Gatshall, from captain March 25, 1865.

Second Lieutenant Company K. Henry W. Fox, Oct. 24, 1862.

FIFTY-SEVENTH REGIMENT.

57th Regiment

Colonel. George Zurn, Feb. 1,1865; appointed brevet brigadier-general April 6, 1865.

FIFTY-NINTH REGIMENT.

59th Regiment

Assistant Surgeon. Samuel R. Nissley, March 29, 1865.

SIXTY-SECOND REGIMENT.

62nd Regiment

Assistant Surgeon. W.D. Martin, March 17, 1863.

SIXTY-FOURTH REGIMENT.

64th Regiment

Captain company M. John C. Harper, from 1st lieutenant Co. B Nov. 15, 1864; killed in action Feb. 6, 1865, at Hatcher's Run, Va.

SEVENTY-FOURTH REGIMENT.

74th Regiment

Assistant Surgeon. G.T. Wiseman, Dec. 31, 1861.

SEVENTY-SIXTH REGIMENT.

76th Regiment

Surgeon. Charles W. Backhus (no date).

Second Lieutenant Company E. Edwin H. Hickock, Nov. 21, 1861.

First Lieutenant Company H. Peter Houser, from 2nd lieutenant Jan. 1, 1865.

Second Lieutenant Company H. Henry Huffer, July 1, 1865.

SEVENTY-EIGHTH REGIMENT.

78th Regiment

Second Lieutenant Company D. Samuel M. Mitchell, Feb. 18, 1865.

EIGHTIETH REGIMENT.

80th Regiment

Captain Company K. Frederick H. Geety, Nov. 15, 1864.

Captain Company M. Daniel W. Rank, from 1st lieutenant Sept. 15, 1864.

EIGHTY-FIRST REGIMENT.

81st Regiment

Surgeon. H.S. Colston, Aug. 19, 1862.

Assistant Surgeons.
J.P. Kimbell (no date).
J.B. Beshler, June 10, 1862.

EIGHTY-THIRD REGIMENT.

83rd Regiment

Adjutant. B.M. Frank, May 5, 1865.

EIGHTY-FOURTH REGIMENT.

87th Regiment

Lieutenant-Colonels.
Thomas C. McDowell, Aug. 30, 1861.
George Zurn, May 10, 1864; must, out with consolidated regiment as colonel June 29, 1865.

Adjutant. Edmund Mather, Jan. 18, 1863.

First Lieutenant Company H. Alexander Ramsey Nininger, from 2nd lieutenant Aug. 6, 1802.

Second Lieutenant Company K. John W. Taylor, Sept. 14, 1861.

EIGHTY-SEVENTH REGIMENT.

87th Regiment

Adjutant. William K. Parker, June 15, 1865.

NINETY-SECOND REGIMENT.

92nd Regiment

Colonels.
Edward C. Williams, Oct. 20, 1861.
Thomas J. Jordan, Jan. 13, 1863; appointed brevet brigadier-general Feb. 25, 1865 mustered out with regiment July 18, 1665.

Lieutenant Colonel. Edward G. Savage, from major Feb. 13, 1863.

Majors.
John S. Detweiler, Feb. 13, 1863.
John F. Miller, May 11, 1865.

Quartermaster William D. Earnest (no date).

Chaplain. Ed. McKenney, Nov. 20, 1861.

First Lieutenant Company G. William Keiser, June 16, 1865.

Captain Company H. Thomas W. Jordan, from 1st. lieutenant June 16, 1865.

Second Lieutenant Company L. Jacob F. Bassler, April 22, 1863.

First Lieutenant Company K. Douglass Edwards, Nov. 24, 1861.

Second Lieutenant Company L. John W. Wyetts, May 31, 1864.

NINETY-THIRD REGIMENT.

93rd Regiment

Surgeon. E.R. Umberger, Oct. 14, 1863; must, out with regiment June 27, 1865.

NINETY-FIFTH REGIMENT.

95th Regiment

First Lieutenant Company C. John Williams, from 2nd lieutenant Feb. 11, 1865.

NINETY-SIXTH REGIMENT.

96th Regiment

Assistant Surgeons.
Isaac R. Shammo, July 31, 1862.
William H. Egle, Sept. 13, 1862.

ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTH REGIMENT.

107th Regiment

Major. Henry J. Sheafer, Dec. 21, 1802; appointed brevet lieutenant-colonel and brevet colonel

First Lieutenant Company D. George W. Huff, from 2nd lieutenant March 19, 1864; appointed brevet captain

Captain Company F. Oscar Templeton, from 1st heat. April 3, 1863.

ONE HUNDRED AND TWELFTH REGIMENT.

112th Regiment

Assistant Surgeon. James A. Lowe, July 1, 1862.

ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTEENTH REGIMENT.

113th Regiment

Colonel. Marcus A. Reno, U.S.A., Dec. 20, 1864; appointed brevet brigadier-general March 13, 1865.

Lieutenant-Colonel. James A. Corigdon, from major Dec. 20, 1864.

Assistant Surgeon. O. Douglas Forster, May 8, 1865.

Gaptain Company H. John R. Fisher, Nov. 20, 1861.

Captain Company L. Elmer F. Jenning, from 1st lieutenant Sept. 7, 1862.

ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-FIRST REGIMENT.

131st Regiment

Colonel. Peter H. Allabach, Aug. 16, 1862.

ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINTH REGIMENT.

149th Regiment

Adjutant. John E.Carsons, Aug. 29, 1862; appointed captain and asst. adjt.-general June 31, 1864.



ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-SECOND REGIMENT.

152nd Regiment

Captain company C.

James B. King, 1st lieutenant April 13, 1864.

ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-NINTH REGIMENT.

159th Regiment

Assistant Surgeon. John P. Seiler, March 25, 1865.

ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTIETH REGIMENT.

160th Regiment

Assistant Surgeon. George F. Mish, Oct. 2, 1862.

ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-THIRD REGIMENT.

163rd Regiment

Lieutenant-Colonel. James Gowan, March 28, 1862.

ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-SEVENTH REGIMENT.

167th Regiment

Assistant Surgeon. William B. Henderson, Nov. 19, 1862.

ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-SEVENTH REGIMENT.

177th Regiment

Colonel. George B. Wiestling, Nov. 20, 1862.

Adjutant. John G. Wiestling, Dec. 1, 1862.

Quartermaster Jacob Mish, Nov. 29, 1862.

Second Lieutenant Company F.

Joseph B. Garber, Nov. 22, 1862.

ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-FIRST REGIMENT.

187th Regiment

First Lieutenant Company L. Henry Lebo, from 2nd lieutenant Feb. 25, 1865; killed in action at Five Forks, Va., April 1, 1865.

ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-FOURTH REGIMENT.

184th Regiment

Lieutenant-Colonel. Charles Klechner, Oct. 13, 1864

Second Lieutenant Company C.

Thomas M. Ditty, April 14, 1865.

Second Lieutenant Company D.

Joseph H. Bryan, May 12, 1864.

ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-SEVENTH REGIMENT.

187th Regiment

Colonel. John E. Parsons, from lieutenant-colonel May 1, 1865.

ONE HUNDRED AND NINETY-FIRST REGIMENT.

191st Regiment

Adjutant. William Hamilton, Sept. 5, 1864.

ONE HUNDRED AND NINETY-FOURTH REGIMENT.

194th Regiment

Quartermaster H.C. Demming, July 21, 1864.

Captain Company F.

William B. Jones, July 20, 1864.

ONE HUNDRED AND NINETY-FIFTH REGIMENT.

First Lieutenant Company B. Daniel K. Kepner, Feb. 25, 1865.

TWO HUNDRED AND THIRD REGIMENT.

Surgeon. C.W. Backhus, Sept. 30, 1864.

TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTH REGIMENT.

Captain Company G. E.D. Wilt, Sept. 2, 1864.

TWO HUNDRED AND TENTH REGIMENT.

Colonel. Edward L. Witman, from lieutenant-colonel April 12, 1866.

Major. Solomon B. Bowerman, from captain Co. A April 12, 1866.

Quartermaster Charles F. Kuhnle, Sept. 20, 1864.

Second Lieutenant Company B. James Jenks, Oct. 6, 1864.

First Lieutenants Company H. William P. Miller, Sept. 20, 1864.

George W. Garber, May 16, 1866.

Second Lieutenant Company H. Philip Wentz, May 16, 1866.

First Lieutenant Company K. Alonzo A. Carr, from 2nd lieutenant April 2, 1866.

FIFTH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA.

Surgeon. George F. Mish, Sept. 13, 1862.

SIXTH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA.

Major. S.P. Auchmutz, Sept. 15, 1862.

TWENTY-THIRD REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA,

Colonel. George B. Wiestling, Sept. 21, 1862.

THIRTY-SIXTH REGIMENT (NINETY DAYS).

Colonel. Henry C. Alleman, July 4, 1863.

Quartermaster Clement B. Carr, July 4, 1863.

Assistant Surgeon. Peter G. Roebuck, July 4, 1863.

Chaplain. James Robertson, July 7, 1863.

THIRTY-NINTH REGIMENT (NINETY DAYS).

Surgeon. George T. Wiseman, July 7, 1863.

FORTY-SEVENTH REGIMENT (NINETY DAYS).

Surgeon. William H. Egle, July 11, 1S63.

FIRST BATTALION (ONE HUNDRED DAYS).

First Lieutenant Company H. J.W. Woodburn, July 22, 1864.

Second Lieutenant Company H. Jeremiah W. Keener, July 22, 1864.

INDEPENDENT MOUNTED INFANTRY.

Second Lieutenant. J.W. Ellinger, Nov. 3, 1864.

FIRST REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS.

On the 20th of April the First Pennsylvania Regiment of volunteer militia for the service of the national government was organized. Previous to the receipt of marching orders the men were furnished with muskets and muslin haversacks, and provided with hard-tack and bacon and about twelve round of ball-cartridge, which, for want of cartridge-boxes, were carried in their pockets. On the night of the 20th of April the regiment, under the command of brigadier-general George C. Wynkoop, left Harrisburg and proceeded to a point near Cockeysville, on the Northern Central Railroad. This movement was made with the design of protecting the bridges on this road and eventually of opening communication with Washington, which, since the passage of the Massachusetts troops, had been broken. But, upon the representation of leading public men of Maryland that a military occupation and a resort to violent measures at this time might precipitate a collision and lead to the secession of the State, the authorities ordered a retrograde movement, and on the following Monday evening the command retired to Camp Scott, near the town of York. The regiment remained there, drilling in anticipation of immediate service in the field, until the 14th of May, when it was detailed to guard the Northern Central Railroad from the Pennsylvania line to Druid Park, near Baltimore.

On the 25th of May, having been relieved by the Twelfth Pennsylvania Regiment, Col. Campbell, it was ordered to move to Catonsville, Maryland, to guard the roads leading to Frederick City and Harper's Ferry. Tents and camp equipage were here supplied, which had hitherto been wanting, all efforts to obtain them having proved fruitless. On the 29th it was ordered to advance about five miles to the village of Franklintown, where it was posted, and remained guarding the same avenues as before.

On the 3rd of June the regiment was ordered to Chambersburg to join the forces there concentrating. It was placed in camp, remaining several days, engaged in drill and field discipline. It was assigned to the Second Brigade, Second Division of general Patterson's army. The brigade was soon after ordered to Hagerstown, and advanced to and encamped near the village of Funkstown. While at this place upon one occasion the whole encampment was aroused at midnight in anticipation of the enemy and hurriedly marched to Williamsport, on the Potomac, which was reached at day-break. Remaining until the following evening, no enemy being discovered, it was ordered to return to camp, reaching it about midnight. The regiment was here supplied with new uniforms. Previous to this time the men had suffered for the want of adequate clothing, though the destitution had been greatly relieved by a partial supply sent by kind friends at Easton. A few days later, on the 21st of June, orders were received from the commanding general to prepare three days' cooked rations, and, taking transportation and ten days' rations, to move with all possible dispatch and occupy Frederick, Maryland. In obedience to this order the regiment struck tents the same evening, and on the 22nd arrived at Frederick and reported to Governor Hicks. The regiment remained here about two weeks, constantly improving in field exercises and military discipline. It was next ordered to Martinsburg, Virginia. Returning through Boonsborough, it encamped the same night on Kennedy's farm, and on the following day arrived at Williamsport. Fording the Potomac, it advanced to Falling Waters. Next day, resuming the march, it arrived at Martinsburg, meeting the whole division commanded by general Patterson.

When, on the 14th of July, the division under general Patterson moved towards Bunker Hill, the First Regiment, in obedience to this order, remained at Martinsburg, which had now become the base of supply. Two days later the regiment was ordered to Charlestown, where it again met and rejoined the division. Here, on the 17th of July, an order was received to have the men prepared with ten days' cooked rations in haversacks, and be ready to move without baggage. On this day it had been arranged that a battle should be fought by the army under McDowell, but was delayed till four days later.

The plan of campaign, as disclosed by the orders of the general-in-chief, contemplated that the army under Patterson should keep in front of the enemy and prevent his advance into Maryland or Pennsylvania, and make demonstrations in favor of the army operating under McDowell in front of Washington, with a conditional purpose of striking the enemy a damaging blow, if a favorable opportunity offered. These demonstrations were continued till it was supposed that the contemplated battle before Washington had been fought. general Scott had given notice to general Patterson that the movement would commence on the 16th, again that it had been commenced on the 17th, and finally that the decisive battle would be fought on the 18th. On the 21st, the regiment was ordered to move to Harper's Ferry, from whence, on the 23d, it marched to Sandy Hook, and on the same evening took the train for Harrisburg, where the men were honorably discharged and mustered out.

During the time that the regiment was in service, it did not participate in any battles; but its timely arrival in the field accomplished much good by checking any rash movement on the part of rebels in arms along our borders. The duties it was called upon to perform were faithfully done, and its good conduct, under all circumstances, was appreciated and acknowledged by its superior officers.



ROLL OF COMPANY E, FIRST REGIMENT (THREE MONTHS' SERVICE).

Recruited at Harrisburg and mustered in April 18, 1861.



Captain.

Jacob M. Eyster.

First Lieutenant.

George W.P. Davis.

Second Lieutenant.

J. Wesley Awl.

Sergeants.

1. Isaac R. Dunkleberger.

3. Samuel Eberly.

2. Charles A. Stoner.

4. Valentine R. Hummel.

Corporals.

1. George W. McAllister.

3. Levi Weaver, Jr.

2. James A. Carman.

4. Daniel Barr.

Musicians

John William Bush.

David Hummel.

Privates.

Black, Thomas J.

Ludwig, Peter.

Boughter, John.

McComus, John.

Brady, John C.

Miller, Conrad.

Bell, Robert F.

McConnell, Henry O.

Carman, Franklin H.

Mager, Allen C.

Child, Sullivan S.

McCollum, John.

Draker, John.

Mish, Henry A.

Drumers, John K.

Miles, Harrison W.

Eck, Ellis L.

McCoy, William F.

Ehrman, Robert F.

McCallen, Thomas.

Embick, Elijah S.

McClune, Thomas.

Grey, William Henry.

Nellie, Thomas.

Geety, William W.

Parkhill, William A.

Gal braith, John F.

Pennirman, Robert.

Grier, Robert D.

Piplier, Henry.

Gardner, Thomas A.

Roat, John.

Heikel, Henry.

Raymond, Jacob H.

Hicks, Josiah B.

Rutherford, Samuel.

Hummel, W. H. H.

Ringler, William A.

Hass, Jerome.

Rapp, William R.

Hooper, Penbrooke.

Reynolds, George.

Hynicka, John M.

Roth, John E. L.

Housechilt, Henry.

Suydam, Charles A.

Hoppy, Emanuel.

Sullivan, John H.

Hummel, Jacob.

Sheffer, Theodore K.

Knepley, Edward C.

Swartz, Henry A. M.

Kune, James B.

Tunis, Edwin T.

Kuhn, Amos R.

Weirman, Samuel F.

Kirkpatrick, William.

Waterhouse, Harper C.

Longnecker, Andrew J.

Weichel, Jacob S.

Longnecker, William.

Wilt, Jacob.

Leib, Sobieski.

Winters, Amos.



SECOND REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS.

The Second Regiment was formed from companies hastily recruited in obedience to the call for volunteers. Recruiting commenced on the 15th of April, 1861, and as fast as companies and squads were accepted they reported at Camp Curtin, Harrisburg. On the 21st of Apri1, the officers of ten companies were ordered to hold an election at York for field officers of a regiment, at which the following were chosen and duly commissioned: Frederick S. Stumbaugh, of Chambersburg, colonel; Thomas Welsh, of Columbia, lieutenant-colonel; James Given, from captain of Company G, of West Chester, major. Isaac S. Waterbury was appointed adjutant.

On the evening of Saturday, April 20th, the same day on which the regiment was organized, it left Harrisburg by rail for Washington, but halted at Cockeysville, Md., at daylight on Sunday morning, the railroad bridge at that point having been destroyed. After remaining in bivouac and under arms for about forty-eight hours, the regiment was ordered back to York, Pa., where it remained in camp of instruction till the first day of June, when the command was ordered to Chambersburg. In the army organization which here ensued, the Second Regiment was assigned to the Second Brigade of the Second Division.

general Robert Patterson had been assigned by Governor Curtin on the 16th of April to the command of Pennsylvania troops, and a few days thereafter, while busily engaged in organizing and sending them forward to points threatened, he was, by the order of lieutenant-general Scott, placed in command of the "Department of Washington," embracing the States of Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and the District of Columbia, with headquarters at Philadelphia. The quota of Pennsylvania troops, with an excess of some ten regiments, having been organized and placed in the field, and all the lines of communication leading to Washington having been opened and securely guarded, general Patterson proceeded, on the 2nd of June, to Chambersburg, where a camp had been formed under major-general William H. Keim, and assumed command, with the design of operating against the rebel army in the Shenandoah Valley, which was now threatening the contiguous parts of Maryland and Pennsylvania.

As early as the 20th of June, general Scott had requested general Patterson to propose to him a plan of operations. On the 21st the latter submitted one, which in substance proposed to occupy Maryland Heights with a brigade, and to fortify and arm with heavy artillery; to make Frederick, Md., the base of supply, with a guard which should act as a sustaining force to the command on Maryland Heights; to send all other available force, horse, foot, and artillery, across the Potomac to unite with Col. Stone at Leesburg, to operate from that point as circumstances should demand. This plan was not approved by general Scott, and on the 25th of June he gave peremptory orders to general Patterson to keep in front of the enemy while he remained in force between Winchester and the Potomac. The army having been ordered to move to Williamsport, the Second Regiment broke camp at Chambersburg on the 16th of June, and moving by rail to Hagerstown, went into camp at the village of Funkstown. Remaining here until the 23d, it was ordered forward towards the Potomac and encamped about four miles from the river. Crossing the Potomac with general Patterson's combined army on the 2nd. of July, it advanced to Martinsburg. The enemy, having been pushed back from point to point, had finally established himself in an intrenched camp at Winchester. On the 15th of July, leaving two regiments at Martinsburg to guard his supplies, general Patterson marched with the remainder of his force to Bunker Hill, driving Johnston's advanced guard from the place, and on the 16th of July, the day on which, according to the telegrams of general Scott, Beauregard was to be attacked at Manassas, he made a demonstration in force, driving the enemy's pickets in upon his main line. On the 17th of June, general Patterson transferred his whole command by a rapid movement to Charlestown. The term of service of the Second Regiment having already expired, it moved on the 23d of July from Charlestown, and marching to Harper's Ferry, was taken by rail to Harrisburg, where, on the 26th of July, it was mustered out of service.

ROLL OF COMPANY I, SECOND REGIMENT (THREE MONTHS' SERVICE).

Recruited at Harrisburg, and mustered in April 20, 1861.

Captain.

William B. Sipes.

First Lieutenant.

Henry Davis.

Second Lieutenant.

Charles C. Davis.

Sergeants.

1. Robert S. Boyd.

3. Lewis Kurtz.

2. Joel Landam.

4. Hanry H. Lutz.

Corporals.

1. Samuel S. Davis.

3. James A. Johnson.

2. Samuel Bernheisel.

4. John D. Black.

Musicians

John Fox.

John Davis.

Privates.

Allen, Lot B.

Long, Jerome.

Barringer, Jacob P.

Lucas, George W.

Bates, Martin G.

McCormick, Levi.

Bates, John.

McGinley, Edward L.

Brestle, Henry.

McGinley, Daniel.

Curry, Thomas.

McKinley, Joseph R.

Crabb, George W., Jr.

McCarroll, Hugh.

Crist, Addison.

Mara, Michael.

Carichner, William.

Mocherman, Solomon.

Carichner, Godfrey.

Mocherman, William.

Colie, Edward.

Martin, David.

Davis, James.

Matzbaugher, William.

Dinwiddie, John.

Mullin, John.

Daly, Benjamin.

Mish, Simon Cameron.

Eitelbush, Peter F.

Miller, Alexander S.

Faugel, Frederick.

Miller, Porter.

Fauvil, James.

Mack, John.

Forgy, John F.

Murry, John.

Finnegan, Patrick.

Mountz, John G.

Frost, William.

Milligan, Joseph.

Geety, Frederick H.

Myers, William.

Gilroy, William.

Nixon, Robert.

Henderson, William.

Neff, Henry.

Harvey, James.

Paulis, George.

Hippel, Charles F.

Rickard, David.

Hoover, William H.

Robinson, William.

Hoyer, Joseph H.

Starry, George W.

Hoffman,. Henry.

Spayd, William F.

Johnson, Frederick.

Tierney, Felix.

Kline, George W.

Walton, Frank.

Loyer, Jacob.

Wynings, Hiram J.



ROLL OF COMPANY F, TENTH REGIMENT (THREE MONTHS' SERVICE).

Recruited at Lykens, and mustered in April 26, 1861.



Captain.

Edward G. Savage.

First Lieutenant.

Jacob Alvord.

Second Lieutenant.

George Hain.

Sergeants.

1. Robert Bainbridge.

3. Franklin Douden.

2. Samuel Thompson.

4. Henry Keiser.

Corporals.

1. William Keiser.

3. Joel Myers.

2. John Davis.

4. Benjamin Rissler.

Musicians

George W. Clark.

Jonathan Hoffman.

Privates.

Bordner, Jacob.

Matter, John L.

Bowman, John A.

Miller, David.

Buchen, John.

Matter, Henry C.

Bailey, William.

Myers, George.

Brown, Edward.

McCarty, John.

Biown, Isaiah.

Mumma, Samuel.

Bossier, Jacob F.

Matter, Emanuel.

Bickley, John.

Niblo, Theophilus.

Carpenter, Thomas B.

Porter, John.

Dietrick, Henry.

Polm, Michael.

Deitrick, Thomas E.

Roberts, Joseph.

Eby, William.

Rumberger, John.

Fox, Henry W.

Renner, Michael.

Fox, David.

Rudisill, Solomon.

Ferree, James M.

Robinson, David.

Forney, John W.

Shindler, Frederick.

Fortman, Edward J.

Spangler, John H.

Frindt, Henry.

Spangler, Cyrus.

Gratz, John C.

Shell, Jacob.

Gable, Levi.

Smith, Jacob R.

Grahn, Samuel.

Saylor, David.

Hoffman, Michael, Jr.

Sieger, Cyrus.

Hoober, Daniel.

Stuart, Cornelius.

Hart, James M.

Smink, Reuben.

Hawk, Jeremiah.

Sparks, John.

Hoffman, Michael, Sr.

Schell, Samuel.

Harper, Willard G.

Workman, David.

Israel, Daniel.

Wagner, George H.

Jeneskey, Joseph.

Witman, Joseph.

Keiser, Alexander.

Weaver, John J.

Long, John L.

Walter, William.

Lucas, Peter.

Yeager, John H.



FIFTEENTH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS.

The "Verbeke Rifles," constituting Company E of the Fifteenth Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers, was emphatically a Harrisburg company, and although the third in the field from the city of Harrisburg, is claimed as the first volunteer organization of the county raised under the President's first call for troops to put down the Rebellion. The Cameron Guards and the State Guards were both militia organizations, and were recruited to their maximum number after the President's first proclamation for volunteers was issued, and they formed constituent parts of the First and Second Regiments of Pennsylvania Volunteers. The patriotism of William F. Verbeke, Esq., of Harrisburg, was fired by the treasonable attack of the rebels on Fort Sumter, and promptly, on the call of the government for volunteers to defend her honor, Mr. Verbeke was foremost in the good work at Harrisburg in recruiting men for the military service. He was untiring in his energy, and lavish in the expenditure of his money in raising troops for the government. He quartered and fed the recruits at his own expense, and threw wide open the doors of his private residence to soldiers generally, generously feeding the hungry, lodging the weary, and nursing the sick. The compliment of naming the company in his honor and giving him the nomination of its officers was most worthily bestowed upon a true patriot, a generous-hearted and most exemplary citizen. The nominations of John Nevin for captain, H.C. Alleman for first lieutenant, and Henry Lyne for second lieutenant were unanimously ratified by the company. The company marched into Camp Curtin on the 30th of April, and were at once mustered into the United States service by captain Seneca G. Simmons, U.S.A., for the period of three months. The Verbeke Rifles completed the organization of the regiment, and its colonel, R.A. Oakford, was, placed in command of Camp Curtin, and lieutenant Alleman was made post-adjutant. The regiment was ordered to Lancaster, Pa., and on the 13th of May encamped on the Fair Grounds near that city, where they were formed into a brigade under general James S. Negley. Here they drilled until the 3d of June, when they embarked for Chambersburg, going into camp about six miles beyond that town, where they remained one week, and then marched to Hagerstown, Md., where they formed a part of the Second Division, under major-general Keim. Near this town they encamped a few days, and then marched to the Potomac River, near Williamsport, on the famous battle-field of Antietam, where some of them afterwards fell in that sanguinary struggle. On the 1st of July they forded the Potomac River at Williamsport, under major-general Patterson, and constituted a portion of the reserve at the battle of Falling Waters. They occupied Martinsburg on the following day, and celebrated the 4th of July by placing the "stars and stripes" on the Berkeley County court-house. Halting here a few days while armed recognizances were constantly thrown out to feel the whereabouts and strength of the enemy, a march to Bunker Hill was made, driving in the pickets of the rebel general, Joseph E. Johnston, who was found strongly fortified at Winchester, as was demonstrated by our recognizance. After a rest here of two days the army made a demonstration against Johnston's lines and then directed to the left, occupying Charlestown on the 12th of July, where they remained until the following Sunday, when they marched homewards and occupied Harper's Ferry, hearing distinctly the booming of the distant cannon at the battle of Bull Run. Remaining one week at Harper's Ferry, the regiment marched back to Hagerstown, and were mustered out of service at Carlisle on the following 8th of August, when they were paid off in gold. This company lost three of its men by death. lieutenant Lyne resigned just previous to the regiment crossing the Potomac, and was succeeded by First sergeant Samuel Wolfe, who was afterwards, as a lieutenant of the Forty-sixth Regiment, killed at the head of his command. During the last two months of their term of service captain Nevin and lieutenant Alleman acted upon a general court-martial in conjunction with their company duties, lieutenant Alleman being the judge-advocate of the court. With scarcely an exception all of the survivors of this company returned to the field, and while many of them became distinguished for gallantry, nearly all of them were promoted during the war to the grades of line-officers, while some of them reached the highest rank of field-officers. The Verbeke Rifles did their full duty, and its members acquitted themselves in subsequent organizations with credit to themselves, and honor to the good old county of Dauphin.

ROLL OF COMPANY E, FIFTEENTH REGIMENT (THREE MONTHS' SERVICE).

Recruited at Harrisburg, and mustered in May 1, 1861.



Captain.

John Nevin.

First Lieutenant.

H.C. Alleman.

Second Lieutenant.

Henry Lyne.

Samuel Wolf.

Sergeants.

1. Isaac G. Black.

3. Daniel Basehore.

2. Daniel J. Gruver.

4. Christopher Gould.

Corporals.

1. Anthony W. Black.

3. Benjamin F. Bowman.

2. James McLeer.

4. George B. Egle.

Musicians

William Ehler.

George W. Monroe.

Privates.

Agle, Jacob.

Lowe, Jacob.

Ayres, Charles.

McGrath, Patrick.

Alleman, Frederick O.

Martin, Jacob.

Black, David.

McLaughlin, Peter.

Black, George F.

Menges, Michael.

Buchanan, Porter.

McNiff, Patrick.

Brooks, Henry.

McKnight, John A.

Bratton, Albert P.

Mott, Joseph.

Blesh, David.

Marshall, John R.

Brumbaugh, James.

Mumma, David H.

Campbell, Patrick.

Price, John.

Connelly, Thomas.

Powell, Edward.

Carter, Lewis.

Patton, William.

Deibler, Levi.

Pratt, Samuel.

Derstine, George A.

Rupley, James.

Dunkle, Peter.

Roberts, Peter T.

Elliott, James.

Reiss, John Baltzer.

Ettien, Philip.

Rush, Christian.

Foster, Daniel.

Rees, James.

Grubb, John H.

Rice, Edward.

Givier, Benjamin.

Reuter, Martin.

Gibson, William L.

Shaner, Jacob V.

Gross, Samuel.

Shindle, Isaac.

Hetrick, Jacob D.

Snyder, Simon.

Hackett, James J.

Stahler, John B.

Harrison, John G.

Swineford, Oscar.

Hendrickson, Ellis S.

Stechley, William H.

Jackson, Cyrus.

Stine, John N.

Knipe, John.

Tearney, John.

Kuhn, Albert J.

Thomas, Lorenzo.

Kilburn, Michael.

Weaver, George.

Killing, John.

Winters, Joseph.

Lechier, Anthony.

Wills, William C.

Lessick, Samuel.

Wyant, Jeremiah.



ROLL OF COMPANY F, TWENTY-FIFTH REGIMENT (THREE MONTHS' SERVICE).

Recruited at Harrisburg, and mustered in May 2, 1861.



Captain.

Henry McCormick.

First Lieutenant.

William W. Jennings.

Second Lieutenant.

George W. Fisher.

Sergeants.

1. James B. Kemble.

3. Henry Potts, Jr.

2. George William Boyd.

4. George A. Brooks.

Corporals.

1. Eugene Snyder.

3. Joshua W. Muench.

2. Henry C. Doll.

4. John M. Major.

Musicians

Privates.

Aldricks, William K.

Myers, George.

Armstrong, William W.

Myers, William A.

Andrews, Zachary T.

Mitchell, Joseph J.

Bigler, John A.

Mather, Edmund.

Brooke, Jacob P.

Martin, Thomas A.

Bolmer, Benjamin F.

Pollock, Edwin.

Boyd, Jacob M.

Platt, Charles N.

Cathcart, Thomas L., Jr.

Pilkay, Joseph J.

Care, John.

Parke, John B.

Carson, William H.

Pickering, Henry Y.

Conrad, James.

Rohrer, Jacob.

Con, George V.

Rice, George.

DeHaven, William H.

Royer, John W.

Doan, Aaron.

Roat, Abraham.

Elder, John.

Rawn, Charles C., Jr.

Ensminger, John T.

Rhodes, John.

Foster, Andrew J.

Robinson, Peter.

Fry, John W.

Santo, Andrew.

Fuller, George W.

Simmons, Oliver B.

Gotshall, John.

Swartz, Jacob A.

Greenawalt, Theodore D.

Small, Arthur F.

Humphries, Guy C.

Sample, Thomas.

Hickok, Edmund H.

Stewart, James.

Humes, Thomas J.

Smith, Albert.

Houston, William F.

Troupe, John R.

Hyers, William H.

Worrall, Isaac J.

Hill, Richard.

Woodley, William W.

Horning, George.

Winebrenner, Albert M.

Henderson, Samuel J.

Witman, Edward L.

Hallock, William D. P.

Witman, Luther B.

Jones, Ephraim N.

Ward, Albert C.

Mager, John C.

Weir, James W.



ROLL OF COMPANY G, THIRTY-FIFTH REGIMENT (SIXTH RESERVE, THREE YEARS' SERVICE). Recruited at Middletown.

Captains.

Jacob Rehrer, April 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 10, 1862.

Charles Allen, April 18, 1861; promoted from 1st lieutenant to captain April 3, 1863; brev. major March 13, 1865; wounded at Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862, and Wilderness May, 1864; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

First Lieutenant.

B.F. Ashenfelter, April 18, 1861; promoted from 2nd to 1st lieutenant April 3, 1863; brev. captain March 13, 1865; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Second Lieutenants.

John Yentzer, April 18, 1861; resigned Nov. 15, 1861.

John McWilliams, April 18, 1861 ; promoted from 1st sergeant to 2nd lieutenant April 3, 1863; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

First Sergeants.

Joseph B. Rife, April 22, 1861; discharged Aug. 5, 1861, to accept promotion as 2nd lieutenant 6th U. S. Inf.

George W. Horn, July 24, 1861; killed in action May 8, 1864; buried in Wilderness burial-ground.

Sergeants.

John R. Stoner, June 5, 1861; promoted to sergeant Aug. 1, 1862; must, out with company June 11, 1864.

Wall. W. Johnson, July 22, 1861; promoted to sergeant April 11, 1863; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

B.R. Hayhurst, April 22, 1861; must, out with company June 11, 1864.

John A. Bonner, April 18, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate March 23, 1863.

James H. Stanley, April 18, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

corporals.

George W. Gray, April 22, 1861; wounded at North Anna May 23, 1864; absent at muster out.

Joseph A. Peters, April 19, 1861; must, out with company June 11, 1864.

George W. Cole, April 20, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

John D. Books, April 18, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Lorenzo Horn, April 18, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P. V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Thomas H. Abbott, April 19, 1861; promoted to sergeant-major April 11, 1863.

William Fitting, April 22, 1861; killed at Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.

Jacob Shapley, Jan. 1, 1864; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Samuel Sides, Dec. 22, 1863; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Calvin McClung, Dec. 22, 1863; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Privates.

Alletnan, Benjamin F., April 18, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 29, 1862.

Baskins, George W., May 3, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Bishop, Jacob, May 3, 1861; must, out with company June 11, 1864.

Berst, Levi, July 15, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Breckbill, Pierce, April 18, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Bear, Henry A., April 18, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Barnes, Simon, April 18, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Bomberger, Michael, Sept. 5, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Burg, William, May 1, 1861; died at Tenallytown Aug. 5, 1861.

Bailey, Joseph, April 18, 1861; killed at Antietam Sept. 17, 1862.

Curry, William M., July 15, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Chub, John, April 18, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Cole, Alonzo, April 18, 1861; transferred from Vet. resigned Corps; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Camp, Simon C., April 18, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Conroy, William, April 18, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Cain, William, April 19, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 27, 1861.

Church, George H., April 18, 1361; discharged March 20, 1863, for wounds received in action.

Cover, John, July 15, 1861; discharged Feb. 15, 1863, for wounds received in action.

Cornwell, Charles, April 22, 1861.

Depue, James F., April 18, 1861; absent, in hospital, at muster out.

Dewalt, John, April 20, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Dailey, Patrick, April 25, 1861; discharged on surg certif. Aug. 2, 1861.

Embick, Jacob A., April 20, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Eichelberger, George, April 20, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Etter, John C., April 18, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 11, 1863.

Eichelberger, H., Feb. 22, 1864; killed at Bethesda Church May 30, 1864.

Elliott, Reuben, July 15, 1861.

Fish, Lewis, July 15, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Fisher, Peter H., April 28, 1861.

Giverren, Patrick, May 1, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Gosline, James D., July 22, 1861; absent, in hospital, at muster out.

Graybill, Jacob, April 22, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Garrigan, James, April 23, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate June, 1862.

Gibbons, Jacob, May 1, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 8, 1862.

Goss, George W., Sept. 1, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864 veteran.

Gould, James S., Feb. 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 10, 1863.

Geist, James, May 1, 1861; died at Alexandria Jan. 24, 1863; grave 700.

Hughes, Christian, April 20, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Hemperly, George L., April 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Hain, Robert, April 22, 1861; must, out with company June 11, 1864.

Houser, Frederick M., July 10, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Henderson, Martin, April 22, 1861; died Dec. 14, 1862, of wounds received in action.

Jury, Adam, Jan. 16, 1864; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864.

Kough, Henry A., April 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate July 2, 1862.

Kohler, Charles, Feb. 4, 1864; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864.

Linn, Jacob, April 18, 1861: mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Lockard, John, May 1, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Lemon, John, May 1, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Leggore, William, Sept. 13, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Lloyd, John, March 7, 1864; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864.

Montgomery, John, April 20, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Montgomery, William, April 20, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Manly, Amos, April 18, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Martin, Jacob G., April 19, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Marquit, Andrew B., April 20, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate, date unknown.

Mushon, Francis, April 19, 1861; transferred to gunboat service Feb. 19, 1862.

Murphy, Bernard, Aug. 29, 1862; killed at Antietam Sept. 17, 1862.

Orth, William H.H., April 19, 1861.

Peirce, Cyrus H., April 19, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Peirce, George W., April 19,1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Peters, John W., April 18, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Powell, James, April 18, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 16, 1863.

Peters, John M., July 1, 1861; killed at Antietam Sept. 17, 1862.

Penneman, Robert, Sept. 1, 1861; killed at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.

Quinsler, William, May 3, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Rouse, Franklin, April 18, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 13, 1862.

Reichenbach, Peter, Oct. 14, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 27, 1862.

Roburm, James, March 8, 1864; died May 9, 1864; buried in Military Asylum Cemetery.

Sullivan, Cornelius, April 18, 1861; wounded at Spottsylvania Court-House May 13, 1864; absent, in hospital, at muster out.

Snavely, John D., July 15, 1861; wounded at Spottsylvania Court-House May 12, 1864; absent, in hospital, at muster out.

Strauss, Aaron G., April 24, 1861; discharged Feb. 20, 1863, for wounds received in action.

Stores, Jonas F., July 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate April 3, 1862.

Specht, Henry D., Nov. 28, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Simmers, Charles, Sept. 13, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 10, 1863.

Stehman, Henry C., April 20, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate March 23, 1863.

Strickland, William, Feb. 2,1864; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864.

Smith, Edgar, May 1, 1861; died May 16, 1863.

Spencer, Lewis, May 10, 1861; killed at Spottsylvania Court-House May 12, 1864; buried in burial-ground at Wilderness.

Smith, Daniel, Feb. 22, 1864; killed at Spottsylvania Court-House Nay 12, 1864; buried in burial-ground at Wilderness.

Swigart, Aaron, April 19, 1861.

Swords, John, May 29, 1861; not on muster-out roll.

Townsend, W. Ford, May 1, 1861; com. 2nd lieutenant Dec. 4, 1861; not mustered; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Vincent, Robert W., April 20, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 4, 1862.

Waborn, Frank R., April 20, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 24, 1862.

Weist, Daniel, April 20, 1861; died Dec. 14, 1862, of wounds received at Fredericksburg.

Wilson, Daniel, April 20, 1861.

ROLL OF COMPANY D, FORTY-FIRST REGIMENT (TWELFTH RESERVE, THREE YEARS' SERVICE). Recruited in Dauphin county.

Captains.

Samuel Wilt, June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 5, 1861.

Thomas D. Horn, June 22, 1861; promoted to captain Nov. 5, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 10, 1863.

William H. Weaver, June 22, 1861; promoted from 1st lieutenant to captain Feb. 10, 1863; mustered out with company June 11, 1664.

First Lieutenants.

Henry Mather, June 22, 1861; discharged Nov. 5, 1861.

Edward B. Snyder, June 22, 1861; promoted from 2nd to 1st lieutenant Feb. 10, 1863; brev. captain March 13, 1865; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

First Sergeants.

Robert Neidig, June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Benjamin Brightbill, June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

J.R. Baughman, June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Sergeant.

William B. Peacock, June 22, 1861; corn. 2nd lieutenant Feb. 10, 1863; not mustered; transferred to Company E, 190th regiment P.V., May 31, 1864; veteran.

Corporals.

Monroe B. Wenger, June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

John A. Walker, June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

John Reimert, June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Richard Fleming, June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 15, 1862.

John Irlam, June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Jan. 27, 1862.

John Good; June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 5, 1862.

James M. Allen, June 22, 1861; drowned in Pamunkey River, June 4, 1864.

Aaron L. Burke, June 22, 1861; killed at Bull Run, Aug. 30, 1862.

Henry H. Hopple, June 22, 1861; killed at South Mountain Sept. 14, 1862.

Musician.

Charles Spickler, June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Privates.

Austin, William P., June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Anderson, William, June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Brewster, Alex., June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Bird, James, June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Bumbaugh, Isaac, June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 5, 1863.

Black, George F., June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate July 21, 1863.

Barnes, William H., June 22, 1861; discharged Feb. 20, 1864, by sentence of G.C.M.

Bates, John, June 22, 1861; discharged on Burg. certif. Feb. 22, 1862.

Beatty, John, July 22, 1861; killed at White Oak Swamp June 30, 1862.

Babb, John, June 22, 1861.

Brubaker, Samuel, June 22, 1861.

Boston, Lewis, June 22, 1861.

Bryan, John, June 22, 1861.

Clunghart, John, June 22, 1861; must, out with company June 11, 1864.

Campbell, Daniel, June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Collins, Frank, June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Carroll, Frank, June 22, 1861; absent at muster out.

Conner, Thomas, June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Carpenter, David H., June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Curtis, James, Feb. 15, 1864; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864.

Carter, George, June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate, date unknown.

Donahue, John, July 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Dugan, Samuel, June 22, 1861; must, out with company June 11, 1864.

DeWolf, John A., June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Detrick, Charles, June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V May 31, 1864; veteran.

Frankhouser, C., June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Fulton, William, June 22, 1861; died of wounds received May 13, 1864.

Fettermnan, George, June 22, 1861.

Fuller, Edward, June 22, 1861.

Garman, George, June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 28, 1862.

Garman, Henry, June 22, 1861; discharged by order of War Department, Oct. 24, 1862.

Garner, Adam, June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Gurtler, George, Feb. 1, 1864; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864.

Garst, Samuel, June 22, 1861; killed at Fredericksburg, Dec. 13, 1862.

Gurtner, John, Feb. 25, 1864; died Nay 11, 1864, of wounds received May 6, 1864.

Hawck, William, July 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Hughes, Richard, June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June ii, 1864.

Holt, John, July 20, 1861; mustered omit with company June 11, 1864.

Heusler, Peter, June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate July 18, 1862.

Hicks, John, June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Hudgeon, John, June 22, 1861; transferred to U.S. Signal Corps Aug. 29, 1861.

Hall, Thomas, June 22, 1861.

Hilbert, James, June 22, 1861.

Hall, Robert, June 22, 1861.

Haines, Charles, June 22, 1861.

Jones, John, June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Karnes, John, June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Sept. 1, 1863.

Krouse, Nicholas, June 22, 1861; transferred to artillery July 18, 1862.

Kraft, Henry, May 15, 1861; promoted to com. sergeant, date unknown.

Kelley, Isaac, July 6, 1861; died at Georgetown, D.C., Dec. 10, 1861.

Kuglen, George, July 6, 1861.

Lepley, Samuel, June 25, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Lewis, Henry G., June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Long, Joseph W., June 22, 1861; must, out with company June 11, 1864.

Leiby, Alexander, July 29, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Lyons, Edward, June 22, 1861; discharged by order of War Department Nov. 26, 1862.

McLain, George, Juno 22, 1861; mustered omit with company June 11, 1864.

McLaster, John, July 11, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Mills, James, June 22, 1861; must, out with company June 11, 1864.

Maurer, Charles, June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Miller, George, June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Mann, Francis F., June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Murphy, John, June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 23, 1862.

McCabe, Harrison, Aug. 29, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864.

McDaniels, Samuel, June 22, 1861; transferred to artillery, Aug. 1, 1862.

Marthin, John, June 22, 1861; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863 discharged June 11, 1864.

McCoy, Hugh, June 22, 1861; killed at White Oak Swamp, Va., June 30, 1862.

McCord, Thomas, June 22, 1861; died at Alexandria, Va., Sept. 18, 1861; grave 293.

McFarland, William, June 22, 1861; killed at South Mountain Sept. 14, 1862.

Moorehead, Christian, June 22, 1861; killed by accident Sept. 25, 1861.

Miller, Edward, June 22, 1861; died. Nov. 1, 1861; buried in Military Asylum Cemetery, D.C.

Quinn, John, June 22, 1861; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps, date unknown.

Quenzier, Valentine, June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. Nay 31, 1864; veteran.

Redfern, Samuel, July 11, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Ray, Thomas, Feb. 11, 1864; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864.

Reichart, Samuel, Feb. 29, 1864; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864.

Stevens, Edward, June 22, 1861; transferred to U.S. Signal Corps, Aug. 29, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Spaulding, Theodore S., June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 17, 1863.

Shoemaker, George, June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 3, 1862.

Strauser, Adam, June 22, 1661; discharged by order of War Department Oct. 24, 1862.

Segar, Henry, June 22, 1861; missing in action at Bristoe Station, Va., Oct. 14, 1863.

Simpson, Robert, June 22, 1861; killed at Gaines' Mill June 27, 1862.

Shaffer, James, July 6, 1861.

Skidmore, Thomas, June 22, 1861.

Tell, Michael L., June 22, 1861; killed at Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.

Walker, George W., June 22, 1861; wounded at Bull Run Aug. 30,1862; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Winters, Jeremiah, June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Woodall, Charles, June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 22, 1862.

Weaver, Philip, June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 14, 1862.

Weaver, Peter, June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Woodall, James T., July 6, 1861; promoted to q.m. sergeant, date unknown.

Woodall, William H., June 22, 1861; transferred to U.S. Signal Corps Aug. 29, 1861.

Yohn, George, July 6, 1861; transferred to U.S. Army Nov. 25, 1862.



ROLL OF COMPANY G, FORTY-FOURTH REGIMENT (FIRST CAVALRY, THREE YEARS' SERVICE). Recruited at Harrisburg.

Captains.

Jacob Higgins, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted to lieutenant-col. Aug. 18, 1861.

David Gardner, Sept. 27, 1861; promoted from 1st lieutenant to captain; to major Nov. 23, 1862.

Henry C. Beamer, August, 1861; pro, from sergeant-major to 1st lieutenant July 17, 1862; to captain Dec. 11, 1862; resigned April 12, 1863.

Francis P. Confer, Sept. 1, 1862; promoted from private to com. sergeant October, 1861; to 2nd lieutenant Sept. 1, 1862; to 1st lieutenant Nov. 25, 1862; to captain April 12, 1863; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

First Lieutenants.

Hampton S. Thomas, Sept. 27, 1861; promoted from 2nd to 1st lieutenant September, 1861; to captain Co. M May 1, 1862.

Alonzo Reed, Nov. 25, 1862; promoted from 1st sergeant to 2nd lieutenant Nov. 25, 1862; to 1st lieutenant April 12, 1863; killed at St. Mary's Church, Va., June 24, 1864.

Hiram Platt, Aug. 14, 1864; promoted to 1st sergeant; to 2nd lieutenant Aug. 14, 1864; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; mustered out by consolidation June 20, 1865.

Second Lieutenants.

Henry C. Weir, Oct. 10, 1S61; promoted to captain and A.A.G. on general Bayard's staff Aug. 7, 1862.

George J. Geiser, April 12, 1863; promoted from sergeant major April 12, 1863; discharged Feb. 17, 1864.

Quartermaster Sergeant.

Thomas McGinley, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; veteran.

Commissary Sergeant.

John W. Rhorback, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; mustered out as sergeant Co. F June 20, 1865; veteran.

Sergeants.

William Strickland, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 1, 1861.

James McCahan, Aug. 28, 1861; disch on surgeon's certificate Feb. 1, 1862.

John W. Bruner, Aug. 28, 1861; pris. June 9, 1863; transferred to U.S. Signal Corps March 1, 1864; veteran.

John O. Clark, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; veteran.

Francis S. Speigle, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; veteran,

Samuel Kilpatrick, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to Co. F. batt. Sept. 1,1864;

to Co. A. Nov. 1, 1864; promoted to 1st sergeant; com. 2nd lieutenant March 4, 1865; not mustered; must, out by consolidation June 20, 1865.

John W. Taylor, Aug. 28, 1861; missing in action at St. Mary's Church, Va., June 24, 1864.

George W. Cyphers, Aug. 28, 1861; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

R.G. Howerter, Sept. 1, 1861; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Corporals.

John S. Stubbs, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 1, 1861.

George W. Briggs, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate March, 1862.

Horace Failes, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; must, out as sergeant Co. F June 20, 1865; veteran.

John D. Richards, Aug. 28, 1861; wounded and prisoner June 24, 1864; died at Andersonville Aug. 17, 1864; grave 5940; veteran.

Henry C. Portner, Aug. 28, 1861; died June 22, 1864, of wounds received at White House, Va., June 21, 1864; veteran.

Philip Seiferts, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Jerome Kishbaum, Aug. 28, 1861; captured June 9, 1863; wounded May 28, 1864; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Isaac Kennedy, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Samuel W. Reese, Aug. 28, 1861; absent, sick, at muster out.

Adam Downs, Aug. 28, 1871; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Buglers.

John H. Lantz, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; veteran.

Milton Ruch, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Privates.

Adams, George, Aug. 28,1861; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Adams, James M., Aug. 28, 1861; promoted to 2nd lieutenant in Corps d'Afrique June 8, 1864.

Boyer, Jacob, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on Burg. certif. June, 1863.

Boyer, William, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate July 8, 1862.

Bailets, Russell, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps Sept. 23, 1863.

Bently, Abraham, Aug. 14, 1862; wounded at Brandy Station, Va., June 9, 1863; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; must, out in Co. F May 27, 1865.

Benninghoff, James, Aug. 28, 1861; wounded and prisoner at Mine Run, Va., from Nov. 27, 1863, to Nov. 20, 1864; mustered out March 6, 1865.

Corl, Abraham, Aug. 28, 1861; wounded at Bull Run Aug. 30, 1862, and Malvern Hill July 28, 1864; absent, in hospital, at muster out.

Campbell, Daniel, Aug. 28, 1861; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Cory, Warren R., Aug. 28, 1861; wounded at Culpeper, Va., Sept. 13, 1863; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Campbell, William S., Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to U.S. Signal Corps March 1, 1864; veteran.

Conzler, Ernest, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted to hospital steward October, 1861.

Cory, George A., Aug. 9, 1862; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; must, out in Co. F May 27, 1865.

Delancy, William P., Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Ely, William, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to Veteran Corps Nov. 6, 1863.

Ells, William, Aug. 28, 1861; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Farnwalt, Isaac, Aug. 28, 1861; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Fullerton, George, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged March 1, 1862, for wounds received in action.

Fisher, George W., Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate September, 1862.

Fritz, William D., Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; veteran.

Greaves, Francis M., Aug. 28, 1861; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Griffin, John, Aug. 28, 1861; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Grey, Mercer, Aug. 28, 1861; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Gates, David H., Aug. 28, 1861; discharged August, 1862, for wounds received in action.

Gunder, Joseph, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate March, 1862.

Gilliland, Samuel, Aug. 14, 1862; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; must, out in Co. F May 27, 1865.

Gray, William, Aug. 28, 1861; died at Brooks' Station, Va., Dec. 27, 1S62.

Gardner, Charles, Oct. 20, 1862; promoted to hospital steward Oct. 23, 1862.

Hall, Wilmer C., Sept. 1, 1861; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Hull, Robert P., Aug. 28, 1871; captured at Sulphur Springs, Va., August, 1862; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Hessner, Michael, Aug. 28, 1861; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Hughey, Samuel, Aug. 28, 1861 ; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Harper, Jonathan, Aug. 28, 1861; disch, on surgeon's certificate March 14, 1862.

Hutchison, Charles H., Aug. 14, 1862; disch, on Burg. certif. June, 1863.

Hatch, Arthur, Feb. 22, 1864; discharged on surgeon's certificate July 17, 1864.

Higby, Charles, Aug. 14, 1862; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; mustered out in Co. F May 27, 1865.

Hartsock, Thomas, Feb. 22, 1864; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864.

Hiler, Adam, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; veteran.

Hoffman, William, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 1, 1862.

Hawn, Samuel K.; wounded at St. Mary's Church, Va., June 24, 1864; supposed to have died.

Kritzer, James C., Aug. 28, 1861; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Lewis, John, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged Sept. 1, 1861, for wounds received in action.

Lloyd, William P., Sept. 1, 1861; promoted to hospital steward Dec. 18, 1862.

McDonald, James W., Aug. 28, 1861; sick in hospital since July 1,1863; died, date unknown.

McCullough, John C., Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps Sept. 20, 1863.

McCahan, John, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted to com. sergeant Feb. 28, 1862.

McFarland, Daniel, Aug. 28, 1861; captured Aug. 1, 1862; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; veteran.

Mullin, Patrick, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; veteran.

Munch, William, Aug. 28, 1861; drowned in James River, near Turkey Bend, May 16, 1864.

Myers, Israel, Aug. 28, 1861.

Newman, David W., Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Palsgrove, Samuel D., Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on Burg. certif. April, 1863.

Pugh, Evan, Aug. 14, 1862; wounded at Brandy Station, Va., June 9, 1863; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; promoted to com. sergeant; mustered out May 27, 1865.

Page, Henry W., Aug. 28, 1861; killed at Milford Station, Va., May 21, 1864; veteran.

Reed, John M., Aug. 28, 1861; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Rhoades, Adam, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Rittle, Daniel, Aug. 28, 1861; disch, on surgeon's certificate April, 1863.

Ruggles, Albert, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate 1862.

Rembaugh, Horatio, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 1, 1862.

Rox, Joseph, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate October, 1862.

Reese, William H., Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; mustered out as Corp. Co. F June 20, 1865; veteran.

Rosenberger, Cyrus, Aug. 28, 1861; died at Brooks' Station, Va., Jan. 27, 1863.

Rhoads, William, Aug. 28,1861; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Stoner, Leonard, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Shawley, Henry, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Sept, 9, 1864.

Swoap, Peter W., Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on sung. certif. March, 1862.

Seabolt, John, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate March 1, 1862.

Stewart, C.R., Aug. 9, 1862; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; must, out in Company F May 27, 1865.

Speigle, Martin J., March 29, 1864; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864.

Snell, Aaron, Aug. 28, 1861; wounded at Mine Run, Va., Nov. 27, 1863; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; mustered out as corp. Co. F June 20, 1865; veteran.

Uhler, John, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate March, 1862.

Wike, William, Aug. 28, 1861; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Welty, Zachariah, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 8, 1863.

Wiggins, Daniel, February, 1862; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864.

Williams, John, February, 1862.

Zinkand, William, Feb. 22, 1864; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864.

FORTY-SIXTH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS.

Company D of this regiment, recruited in Dauphin County, had been in the three months' service. The other companies, as a general thing, served in the first campaign, and were recruited in Allegheny, Berks, Potter, Luzerne, and Northumberland Counties.

Rendezvousing at Camp Curtin, the regiment was organized on the 1st of September, 1861, by the selection of the following field-officers: Joseph F. Knipe, of Dauphin County, who had served during the three months' campaign on the staff of general E.C. Williams, colonel; James L. Selfridge, from captain of Company C, lieutenant-colonel; Arnold C. Lewis, major. On the 22nd of September, major Lewis, while attempting to enforce discipline in a case of insubordination, was shot and instantly killed by a private of Company I, who afterwards suffered the extreme penalty of the law for his offense. captain J.A. Matthews, of Company A, was promoted to major.

Upon the resignation of general Patterson from the command of the Army of the Shenandoah, general Banks was appointed to succeed him. His forces were posted on the Upper Potomac, along the Maryland shore, in the neighborhood of Harper's Ferry. Soon after its organization, the Forty-sixth was ordered to general Banks' command. Upon its arrival it was assigned to the First Brigade (under general S.W. Crawford) of the Second Division of his corps. Little of interest, save the usual drill and camp duty and an occasional skirmish with the enemy, occurred until the opening of the spring campaign. In January, 1862, Stonewall Jackson, with a well-appointed force of all arms, having for some time occupied the Shenandoah Valley, had pushed out as far west as Hancock, where he was met and driven back by general Lander. Lander pursued but soon after died, and was succeeded in command by general Shields, who continued the pursuit

to Winchester. On the 24th of February, general Banks commenced crossing the Potomac at Harper's Ferry, and occupied, in turn, Leesburg, Charlestown, Martinsburg, and Winchester. Shields continued the pursuit of Jackson as far as New Market, whence he returned to Winchester. In the mean time Banks had dispatched one division of his corps to Centreville, and had himself departed for Washington. Considering himself superior to the Union force remaining, Jackson turned upon Shields, and a severe engagement ensued in the neighborhood of Kernstown. Three companies of the Forty-sixth, under command of major Matthews, arrived upon the field in time to participate in the conflict. Jackson was beaten, and Banks returning gave chase, which was continued to Woodstock. In this pursuit the Forty-sixth was conspicuous, Col. Knipe manifesting his usual enterprise and daring.

Jackson, who was fearful of a union of the forces of Fremont and Banks, marched hastily across the mountain to McDowell, where he encountered the head of Fremont's column, under Milroy and Schenck, and defeated it, inflicting considerable loss. Returning with his characteristic celerity of movement, and masking his progress by his cavalry, he fell suddenly upon Col. Kenley, occupying an outpost at Front Royal, and, routing his small force, was making for the rear of Banks' army, before the latter was aware of an enemy's presence in his front. Turning his trains towards the Potomac, and dispersing the rebel cavalry which appeared upon his rear, Banks commenced his retreat down the valley. Finding that he must make a stand to save his trains, he drew up his little army in line of battle in front of Winchester, and with an entire force of only about seven thousand men prepared to meet Jackson with not less than twenty thousand. For five hours the unequal contest was maintained, the Forty-sixth holding its ground with unexampled coolness and bravery. At length, finding himself outflanked and likely to be overpowered, he withdrew and made his way to the Potomac, where his trains had already arrived and crossed in safety. In this engagement the Forty-sixth lost four killed, ten wounded, and three taken prisoners. The loss to the Union force in withdrawing through the streets of the town was considerable, the inhabitants, both male and female, vying with each other in pouring forth insults and deadly missiles. "My retreating column," says general Banks in his official report, "suffered serious loss in the streets of Winchester, males and females vied with each other in increasing the number of their victims by firing from the houses, throwing hand grenade s, hot water, and missiles of every description."

Upon the appointment of general Pope to the command of the Army of Northern Virginia, the scattered forces upon the Rappahannock, the Shenandoah, and in West Virginia were concentrated and were organized in three corps, commanded respectively by Sigel (formerly Fremont), Banks. and McDowell. On the 7th of August. 1862, Crawford's brigade was stationed at Culpeper Court-House. The divisions of Ewell and Stonewall Jackson, followed by that of Hill, a force twenty-five thousand strong, had already arrived upon the Rapidan, and had commenced crossing, driving back the Union cavalry. On the 8th, Crawford was ordered forward towards Cedar Mountain, and on the following morning Banks followed with the rest of his corps, consisting of seven thousand men. Jackson, having pushed forward his columns with celerity, had taken position with his artillery on Cedar Mountain, at an elevation of two hundred feet above the surrounding plain, but had kept his infantry masked under the shadow of the forests. Four guns had been advanced farther to the front and lower down the side of the mountain. These, with the more elevated ones, opened on Crawford's brigade, and at five o'clock P.M. the Union forces in two columns advanced to the attack. The position of the Forty-sixth fell opposite the enemy's advanced pieces, and upon these the men charged with desperate valor. But before reaching them they had to pass an open field, now covered with shocks of full-ripened wheat. Here they were fearfully exposed, and the enemy's artillery, and his strong lines of infantry concealed from view, poured in a merciless storm of shot and shell. Three times was it led to the charge across that fatal plain, when Col. Knipe fell severely wounded, and the regiment was withdrawn. "Had victory been possible," says Greeley, "they would have won it. . . . The best blood of the Union was poured out like water. . .

general Crawford's brigade came out of the fight a mere skeleton." The loss in the Forty-sixth was thirty killed, thirty-four severely wounded, and six prisoners. Among the killed were Lieuts. Robert Wilson, S.H. Jones, and William P. Caldwell, and among the wounded Col. Knipe, major Matthews, Capts. Lukenbaugh, Brooks, and Foulke, and Lieuts. Selheimer, Caldwell, Craig, and Matthews.

In the battle of Antietam, Banks' corps was commanded by general Mansfield, and early in the day of September 17th was led to the support of Hooker, battling with a heavy force of the enemy on the extreme right of the line, across Antietam Creek. Crawford's brigade was sent to the support of Ricketts' division, and advanced carrying the woods to the right of and beyond the cornfield, and maintained its position until relieved by Sedgwick's division of Sumner's corps. The Forty-sixth was here led by Col. Knipe, although suffering from the effects of his wounds. The loss was six killed and three severely wounded. captain George A. Brooks, of Harrisburg, was among the killed. Soon after the battle of Antietam, Col. Knipe was promoted to brigadier-general, and assigned to the command of the brigade; lieutenant-Col. Selfridge was promoted to colonel; major Matthews to colonel of the One Hundred and Twenty-eighth Pennsylvania, which was assigned to Knipe's brigade; captain William L. Foulke, of Company B, to lieutenant-colonel, and captain Cyrus Strouse, of Company K, to major. Upon the inauguration of the Fredericksburg campaign, the Forty-sixth, which was then lying with the division at Fairfax, was ordered forward, but did not arrive upon the field in time to be engaged.

In the reorganization of the army, which was made upon the accession of general Joseph Hooker to the chief command, Knipe's brigade became the Second of the First Division of the Twelfth Corps, the division being commanded by general A.S. Williams, and the corps by general Slocum.

On the 27th of April, 1863, the Eleventh and Twelfth Corps, which had been lying near Falmouth during the winter, marched north to Kelly's Ford, where they crossed the Rappahannock, thence to Germania Ford, where they crossed the Rapidan, and arrived at Chancellorsville without encountering serious opposition. Here it was joined by the Fifth Corps, and on the 30th by the Third Corps. There were three roads centring at Chancellorsville, the main direction of each being eastward. Upon each of these Hooker ordered an advance on the morning of the 1st of May, Meade upon the left, Sykes commanding a division of regulars belonging to the Fifth Corps in the centre, and Howard upon the right. At two o'clock P.M., the movement commenced, and after proceeding some three miles the central column encountered the enemy in considerable force, and Knipe's brigade was sent to its support, where it was engaged, and lost some men; whereupon Hooker ordered a retrograde movement and a concentration upon the line of the previous night with the Chancellor House as headquarters, Meade on the left, Slocum in the centre, and Howard somewhat in the air on the right. Desultory fighting continued during the day of the 2nd of May, when, at near nightfall, Stonewall Jackson, with twenty -five thousand men, burst like an avalanche upon Howard's corps, resting unsuspicious of danger, and drove it in rout and confusion in upon the centre. This brought the enemy upon Slocum's right, and during the early part of the night a sharp conflict was kept up, wherein Knipe's brigade was engaged, losing many in killed and wounded, and a considerable number of prisoners. Here fell major Strouse, his body riddled with bullets, while attempting to escape when called on to surrender. At midnight a countercharge was made by Birney's division, and a part of the guns lost by Howard, and his abandoned rifle-pits, were regained, and the enemy thrown into same confusion. On the morning of the 3d, Williams' brigade was sent to the support of Birney, and here the battle raged with great fury, the enemy losing heavily, and being broken and driven in great confusion. Upon the return of Hooker to the north bank of the Rappahannock the regiment occupied its old camp, where it remained until the advance of the army into Pennsylvania. The loss in the Chancellorsville campaign was four killed, a considerable number wounded, two severely, and two taken prisoners. major Strouse and lieutenant O.R. Priestly were among the killed.

Early in June, Lee commenced a movement north, marching down the Shenandoah Valley, and crossing the Potomac at Williamsport. On the 1st of July he met the Union army at Gettysburg. On the evening of the same day the Twelfth Corps arrived upon the field, and was posted on the right of the line holding the summits of Culp's Hill, where a formidable breastwork was thrown up. On the afternoon of the 2nd the First and Second Divisions were ordered to the support of the left, leaving their works unoccupied, save by a thin line of Green's brigade, of the Second Division. During their absence the enemy attacked and carried the left of the works, and, upon their return at evening, they found the rebels in possession. Dispositions were promptly made to retake them. Before dawn of the 3d a heavy fire of infantry and artillery was opened upon the enemy, and after an obstinate resistance of several hours he was driven back at the point of the bayonet. The Forty-sixth held the extreme right of the line, and after the reoccupation of the breast-works, was pushed across an open space beyond Spangler's Spring, and held a piece of wood fringing Rock Creek. The loss, owing to the sheltered position which the regiment occupied, was inconsiderable.

Upon the withdrawal of Lee into Virginia, the Union army followed up his line of retreat, at the same time covering Washington until it reached the Rapidan. Here the Eleventh and Twelfth Corps were detached from the Army of the Potomac and ordered to the support of Rosecrans in Tennessee and Northern Georgia. Marching to Washington, the regiment proceeded by rail to Nashville. Here the First Division was detailed to guard time Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad from Tullahoma to Bridgeport. The country through which the road passes was infested with guerrillas and rebel cavalry, ever watchful for an opportunity to destroy the road and to wreck the trains. It was vital to the existence of the army that this line should be kept open and that it should be operated to its utmost capacity. The vigilance and fidelity with which this service was performed on the part of the Forty-sixth elicited the warm approval of its superior officers.

Early in January, 1864, a large proportion of the officers and men of the regiment having re-enlisted for a second term of three years, insuring its continuance as an organization, they were given a veteran furlough and proceeded to Pennsylvania.* Here its ranks were rapidly recruited, and upon its return the division rejoined the corps in winter-quarters in and about Chattanooga.

On the 6th of May Sherman's army, seventy thousand strong, with one hundred and fifty guns, broke up winter-quarters amid moved on the ever memorable Atlanta campaign. At Dalton, where Johnston, who commanded the rebel army, was first met, the enemy was turned out of a position strong by nature and well fortified by a flank movement through Snake Creek Gap, which had already been captured by Geary's division.

Following up the retreating enemy, Sherman found him well intrenched at Resaca, prepared to dispute his further progress. Here Sherman again attempted a movement by the right flank; but Johnston, taking advantage of his antagonist's weakened lines in front, delivered a heavy and well-sustained attack, falling upon the divisions of Hooker and Schofield. He found Hooker not unprepared for the encounter, and after a bloody conflict Johnston was driven, with a loss of four guns and many prisoners. In this engagement the Forty-sixth participated, losing three killed and five wounded.

Pushing the enemy steadily back, on the 25th of May the regiment was again engaged at Pumpkinvine Creek and at New Hope Church. The country is here broken and the enemy was well intrenched, his lines stretching across Lost, Pine, and Kenesaw Mountains, from Dallas to Marietta, presenting an unbroken front. From the 25th of May until near the middle of June, Sherman, always fruitful in resources, operated against the enemy's lines, compelling him, by constant battering and picket firing and by frequent assaults gradually to give ground, taking first Pine Knob, then Lost Mountain, and at length the long line of breastworks connecting the latter with Kenesaw. Finally, on the 22nd of June, the enemy, finding himself slowly but surely pushed from his strong position, suddenly assumed the offensive and made a furious attack upon Hooker's corps, in position near the Culp House. It fell principally upon Knipe's brigade and was led by Hood, but signally failed. Hood was repulsed with heavy loss, including some prisoners. "Williams' division," says general Thomas in his official report, skirmished itself into position on the right of Geary's division, the right of Williams resting at Culp's house, on the Powder Spring and Marietta road. About 4 P.M. the enemy in heavy force attacked Knipe's brigade in its advanced position before his men had time to throw up any works, and persisted in the assault until sundown, when they withdrew, their ranks hopelessly broken, each assault having been repelled with heavy loss." In the various engagements at Dallas, Pine Knob, Kenesaw Mountain, and Marietta, in all of which the Forty-sixth participated, the loss was fourteen killed and about thirty wounded. captain D.H. Chesebro and lieutenant J.W. Phillips were among the killed.

On the 16th of July Sherman crossed the Chattahoochee River, and sweeping around to the left, began closing in upon Atlanta, McPherson reaching out to strike the Augusta Railroad. While these movements were in full progress and the army only partially across Peach Tree Creek, a considerable stream running in a westerly direction in front of Atlanta, Hood again attacked, leading a heavy force and precipitating it with great violence upon the Union columns, falling principally upon Newton's and upon Hooker's corps. The Forty-sixth was much exposed and suffered severely; but with ranks undismayed, led by Col. Selfridge, who was in the thickest of the fight, conspicuous by his white, flowing locks, encouraging and steadying his men, they hurled back the rebel hordes at the point of the bayonet. With columns sadly decimated, Hood retreated from the field, leaving five hundred dead, one thousand severely wounded, and many prisoners in the hands of the victors. The loss in the regiment was ten killed and twenty-two wounded. captain S.T. Ketrer, Lieuts. H.J. Davis, Samuel Wolf, and David C. Selheimer, and Adj. Luther R. Whitman were among the killed.

Shifting the Army of the Tennessee from the left to the extreme right, Sherman was preparing to cut off the railroads and invest the city on the south, when Hood, detecting the movement, again fell upon the Union lines only partially formed. The attack was made with the rebel leader's characteristic impetuosity, but it fell like the beating of the mad waves of the sea against the immovable cliff. The regiment lost here six killed and a considerable number wounded.

On the 1st of September Atlanta surrendered and Sherman's victorious columns entered the city in triumph. The hard fighting of the regiment was now ended. general Knipe was here transferred to the command of cavalry and Col. Selfridge to the brigade, leaving Major Patrick Griffith in command of the regiment. On the 11th of November Sherman commenced his march to the sea. On the 21st of December he reached Savannah, and after a brief conflict at Fort McAllister took possession of the city. With but a brief respite he faced his columns to the north, and on the 17th of February Columbia, the capital of South Carolina, was taken without resistance, and a month later he reached Goldsborough, the end of his hostile wayfaring. Johnston surrendered on the 26th of April, and the army immediately commenced its homeward march. On the 16th of July, 1865, the Forty-sixth Regiment, after nearly four years of faithful service, was mustered out near Alexandria, Va.

ROLL OF COMPANY D, FORTY-SIXTH REGIMENT (THREE YEARS' SERVICE).

Recruited in Dauphin Coasty.

Captains.

George A. Brooks, Sept. 2, 1861; killed at Antietam Sept. 17, 1862.

Edward L. Witman, Sept. 2, 1861; promoted from 1st lieutenant to captain to lieutenant-col. 210th regiment P.V. Sept. 26, 1864.

T.J. Novinger, Sept. 2, 1861; pro, to corp. Oct. 1, 1861; to sergeant Nov. 26, 1862; to 1st sergeant Nov. 18, 1863; to 1st lieutenant March 20, 1864; to captain Dec. 18, 1864; prisoner from August 9th to October, 1862; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

First Lieutenants.

Julio W. Geiger, Sept. 2, 1861; dismissed July 6, 1863.

Jacob H. Shepler, Sept. 2, 1861; pro, to corp. Oct. 1, 1861; to sergeant Nov. 26, 1862; to 1st sergeant March 20, 1864; to 2nd lieutenant Sept. 29, 1864; to

1st lieutenant Dec. 18, 1864; prisoner from May 3 to May 16, 1863; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Second Lieutenants.

Oliver B. Simmons, March 1, 1862; resigned June 5, 1863.

Samuel Wolf, Sept 2, 1861; pro, from 1st sergeant to 2nd lieutenant Aug. 4, 1863; killed at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864.

John L. Long, Sept. 2, 1561; promoted from corp. to sergeant March 21, 1864; to 1st sergeant Sept. 29, 1864; to 2nd lieutenant Dec. 18, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865.

First Sergeants.

H.A. Weidensaul, Sept. 2, 1861; captured at Cedar Mountain Aug. 9, 1862; promoted to corp. May 18, 1863; to sergeant Oct. 1, 15u4; to 1st sergeant July 1, 1865; com. 2nd lieutenant Co. F, July 15,1865; not mustered; must, out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Samuel Bernheisel, Sept. 2,1861; died at Alexandria, Va., Sept. 26, 1862, of wounds received at Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9, 1862.

Sergeants.

Edward D. Wells, Dec. 29, 1863; pro, to corp. Jan. 19,1864; to sergeant Jan. 1, 1865; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Edward Rhoades, Jan. 5, 1864; prisoner from May 2 to May 15, 1863; promoted to corp. April 19, 1864; to sergeant April 1, 1865; must, out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

William Walker, July 14, 1863; drafted; promoted to corp. Sept. 1, 1864; to sergeant July 1, 1865; mustered out with company July 16, l865.

William Marts, Jan. 13,1864; pro, to corp. Nov. 26, 1s62; to sergeant Nov. 18, 1863; wounded at Dallas, Ga., May 25,1864; absent, in hospital, at muster out; veteran.

Samuel B. Potteiger, Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 10, 1862.

John Care, Sept. 2, 1861; promoted to 1st lieutenant Co. I, March 14, 1862.

George Durrell, Sept. 2, 1861; killed at Cedar Mountain Aug. 9, 1862.

Henry C. Knipe, Sept. 2, 1861; died at Annapolis, Md., April 23, 1865.

Corporals.

William Mease, Jan. 13, 1864; prisoner from May 2 to May 15, 1863; promoted to corp. Nov. 18, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865 veteran.

Alexander E. James, Jan. 13, 1864; promoted to corp. Sept. 18, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

William Reimert, Jan. 13, 1864; promoted to corp. Oct. 1, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

John H. Hoke, Jan. 13, 1864; captured at Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9, 1862; promoted to corp. May 1, 1865; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Edward King, Jan. 13, 1864; prisoner from May 2 to May 15, 1863; promoted to corp. May 1, 1865; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

John Houser, Jan. 13, 1864; prisoner from May 2 to May 15, 1863; wounded at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864; promoted to Corp. June 1, 1865; must, out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Elias Boyer, Jan. 13, 1864; promoted to corp. July 1, 1865; must, out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

William H. Bachman, Jan. 13, 1864; promoted to corp. Nov. 18, 1864; wounded in action; absent, in hospital, at muster out; veteran.

Thomas J. Elder, Sept. 2, 1862; promoted to corp. Oct. 1, 1864; mustered out June 5, 1865.

Jacob Killinger, Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 18, 1862.

James F. O'Donnell, Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Aug. 22, 1862.

Alexander Rhoades, Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 5, 1863.

John Yeager, Sept. 2, 1861; mustered out Sept. 18, 1864, expiration of term.

Matthew C. Taylor, Sept. 2, 1861; mustered out Sept. 18, 1864, expiration of term.

Frederick Sarber, Sept. 2, 1861; killed at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864; veteran.

Samuel O. Nace, Sept. 2, 1861; missing at Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9, 1862.

John Lang, Jan. 13, 1864; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Musicians.

Charles H. Renhard, Jan. 13, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Charles H. Spade, Feb. 29, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865.

Privates.

Albright, John A., Feb. 24, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865.

Albert, Joseph, Sept. 2, 1861; wounded in action, with loss of leg; discharged Jan. 4, 1864.

Allison, John, Sept. 2, 1862; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps Sept. 30, 1863.

Bedillion, William, July 14, 1863; drafted; must, out with company July 6, 1865.

Brunner, Urias, July 14, 1863; drafted; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

Brunner, William, July 14, 1863; drafted; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

Beddleyoung, William, Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 10, 1862.

Brumbaugh, James A., Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate July 3, 1862.

Blowers, John Q., July 14, 1863; drafted; discharged on surgeon's certificate April 20, 1865.

Bedillion, John, July 14, 1863; drafted; discharged by G.O. June 5, 1865.

Bousman, George, Aug. 6, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 8, 1865.

Barr, Alexander, July 14, 1863; drafted; killed at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864.

Chubb, Philip, Jan, 13, 1864; prisoner from May 25, 1862, to March, 1863; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Craft, Jonathan, July 14, 1863; drafted; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

Chisholm, John W., Jan. 13, 1864; wounded at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864; absent, in hospital, at mustered out; veteran.

Cassel, John H., Sept. 2, 1861; transferred to Battery F, 4th regiment U.S. Art., Oct. 22, 1862.

Clawson, William, July 13, 1863; drafted; missing in action at Culp's Farm, Ga., June 22, 1864.

Cummings, Eli, Sept. 2, 1861.

Deafenbaugh, S.A., Jan. 13, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Donley, William, Sept. 2, 1861; must, out Nov. 8, 1864, at exp. of term,

Dennis, Daniel, Sept. 2, 1861; died at Harrisonburg, Va., April 30, 1862.

Douney, Benjamin, Sept. 2, 1861, killed at Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9, 1862.

Early, Claudius, Feb. 27, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

Early, Joseph, Sept. 2, 1861; mustered out Nov. 18, 1864, at exp. of term.

Ebersole, John C., Jan. 13, 1864; killed at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864; veteran.

Early, Elias, Jan. 13, 1864; died at Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 17, 1864; veteran.

Ensinger, William, Sept. 2, 1861; missing in action at Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9, 1862.

Frantz, David, Jan, 13, 1864; prisoner from May 2 to May 15, 1865 mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Frantz, Henry, Jan, 13, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Flickner, Peter, Jan. 13, 1864; prisoner from May 24, 1862, to June, 1863; wounded at Culp's Farm, Ga., June 22, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Frautz, Alexander G., Feb. 26, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

Fuller, Charles D., Sept. 2,1861; detected as being a female; discharged, date unknown.

Faith, Francis, July 13, 1863; drafted; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 21, 1864.

Foster, Francis A., Aug. 31, 1861; transferred to 42nd regiment P.V. September, 1861.

Fought, James B., Sept. 2, 1861.

Geiger, Peter, Jan. 13, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Geiger, Frederick, Jan. 13, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Gord, Jacob, Sept. 2, 1861; must, out Oct. 12, 1864, at exp. of term.

Geiger, Jacob, Jan, 13, 1864; wounded in action with loss of leg; discharged May 27, 1865; veteran.

Geiger, Joseph, Sept. 2, 1861; died July 31, 1864, of wounds received at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864; buried at Chattanooga, Tenn., grave 247.

Griffin, Archibald B., Sept. 2, 1861; mustered out by special order July 5, 1865; veteran.

Hamilton, William H., Jan. 13, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Helmerick, Anthony, Jan. 13, 1864; prisoner from Feb. 27 to March 30, 1865; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Hiney, Samuel, March 7, 1864; captured near Bentonville, N.C., March 8, 1865; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

Hammaker, Samuel, Feb. 24, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

Hammaker, Henry, Feb. 19, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865.

Head, Smith, Oct. 17, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

Hancock, Andrew, July 14, 1863; drafted; must, out with company July 16, 1865.

Henderson, Elijah, July 14, 1863; drafted; must, out with company July 16, 1865.

Hoke, Cornelius, Sept. 2, 1861; mustered out Sept. 18, 1864, at exp. of term.

Hancock, William, July 14, 1863; drafted; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

Johnson, William, Jan. 13, 1864; prisoner from Feb. 28 to March 30, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 2, 1865; veteran.

Knouff, Henry, March 7, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865.

Koppenhafer, Samuel, Feb. 23, 1864; absent, in arrest, at muster out; veteran.

Kreiser, Peter, Feb. 19, 1864; must, out July 10, 1865.

Kraft, George, July 14, 1863; drafted; absent, sick, at muster out.

Kocher, John, Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 12, 1862.

Kelley, Orth N., July 13, 1864; drafted; prisoner from March 14 to April 2, 1865; discharged June 2, 1865.

Koppenhafer, Daniel, Jan. 13, 1864; died Aug. 26, 1864, of wounds received at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864; buried at Chattanooga, Tenn., grave 503; veteran.

Kreiser, John, Sept. 2, 1861; missing in action at Chancellorsville, Va., May 2, 1863.

Liddick, Cyrus, Jan. 13, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Lenhart, Samuel H., Feb. 29, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

Lehman, George, Aug. 6, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 8, 1865.

Leibrick .George T., Sept. 2, 1861; discharged by order of War Department Sept. 2, 1862.

Long, Leonard, Sept. 2, 1861; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps Feb. 15, 1864.

Lyne, Thomas, Sept. 2, 1861; died Aug. 12, 1862, of wounds received at Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9, 1862.

Laudcrabbe, Aug., July 25, 1863; drafted; died March 7, 1864; buried at Stone River; grave 144.

Luce, William, July 25, 1863; drafted; died Sept. 2, 1864, of wounds received at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864; buried at Chattanooga, Tenn.; grave 638.

Maeder, Henry, Aug. 25, 1863; drafted; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

Miller, William, Aug. 25, 1863; drafted; must, out with company July 16, 1865.

Murton, Alfred, Aug. 25, 1863; drafted; mustered out June 28, 1865.

Mountz, John, Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 24, 1862.

Martin, Frank, Sept. 2, 1801; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 21, 1862.

Major, John C., July 2, 1862; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Muman, Christopher, Aug. 6, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 8, 1865.

Mease, Christopher, Feb. 17, 1864; killed at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864.

Miller, David, Sept. 2, 1861.

Miller, Alexander, Sept. 2, 1861.

McFarland, Charles B., Jan. 13, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

McIntire, William, Feb. 22, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

McCurdy, Archibald, July 14, 1863; drafted; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

McDevitt, John, Feb. 23, 1864; killed at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864.

McIntire, James, July 13, 1863; drafted.

McCanal, Hugh, not mustered into United States service.

Ney, Daniel, Jan. 13, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Nooman, John, Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 24, 1862.

Ney, Levi, Jan. 13, 1864; died July, 1864, of wounds received at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864; veteran.

Noringer, Samuel, Sept. 2, 1861.

Orth, Alexander M., Sept. 2, 1861; mustered out Nov. 4, 1864, at exp. of term.

Powley, Joseph, Jan. 31, 1864; prisoner from Feb. 27 to March 30,;1865; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Price, John, Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 18, 1863.

Paulus, Jonathan, Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 14, 1862.

Powley, Simon, Sept. 2, 1861; mustered out October, 1864, at exp. of term.

Parsons, Peter, Feb. 29, 1864; died at Decherd, Tenn., April 19, 1864.

Reigle, Mitchell, Jan. 13, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Reigle, William, Jan. 13, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Reese, James, Jan. 13, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Roottiger, Charles, July 25, 1864; discharged June 8, 1865, by G.O.

Seigfried, William, Jan. 13,1864; wounded and prisoner at Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9, 1862; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Spotts, John, Feb. 19, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

Shelly, John, Jan. 13, 1834; wounded, with loss of leg, at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864; absent, in hospital, at muster out; veteran.

Sheets, Joseph J., July 30, 1864; prisoner; absent, sick, at muster out.

Sowers, Israel, Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 19, 1862.

Smith, Joseph J., Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 19, 1862.

Sullenberger, Joseph, Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 25, 1863.

Shannon, James, Sept. 2, 1861; must, out Sept. 18, 1864, at exp. of term.

Shepler, John, Sept. 2, 1861; must, out Sept. 18, 1864, at exp. of term.

Stingle, James, Aug. 30, 1862; discharged June 8, 1865, by G.O.

Smith, John, July 14, 1863; drafted; discharged June 5, 1865, by G.O.

Snoddy, William, Aug. 5,1864; discharged June 8, 1865, by G.O.

Snoddy, John, Aug. 5, 1864; ,discharged June 8, 1865, by G.O.

Shellenberger, Jeremiah, Aug. 6, 1864; discharged June 8, 1865, by G.O.

Stouffer, William, Aug. 6, 1864; discharged June 8, 1865, by G.O.

Stager, William H., Aug. 6,1864; discharged June 8, 1863, by G.O.

Saul, Levi, Aug. 6, 1864; discharged June 8, 1865, by G.O.

Stoutseberger, G.E., Feb. 19, 1864; died Feb. 27, 1865, of wounds received at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864.

Swayer, William, Sept. 2, 1861.

Spotts, Aaron, Feb. 19, 1864; mustered out July 16, 1865.

Townsend, Thomas, March 2, 1864; not on muster out roll.

Tromble, Solomon, Jan. 13,1864; prisoner from Aug. 9 to October, 1862; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Thoman, Samuel, Sept. 2, 1861; killed at Winchester, Va., May 25, 1862; buried in National Cemetery, lot 18.

Vanscoter, William, March 11, 1864; wounded and missing at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864.

Weaver, George, Jan. 13, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Wambach, Jacob T., Feb. 23, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865.

White, James, Aug. 25, 1863; drafted; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

Waltermire, Wesley, Aug. 6, 1864; discharged June 8, 1865, by G.O.

Wenrich, Amos M., Sept. 2,1861; drowned at dam No. 6, Maryland, Jan. 31, 1862.

Wenrich, John J., Sept. 2, 1861; killed at Gettysburg, Pa., July 3, 1863.

Warisher, Samuel, Sept. 2, 1861; killed in action June 19, 1864.

Zeiger, Cyrus, Jan. 13, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865 veteran.

Zeigler, James M., Feb. 29, 1864; not on muster-out roll.



FIFTY-FOURTH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS.

This regiment, recruited principally in the counties of Cambria, Somerset, Dauphin, Northampton, and Lehigh, in 1861, rendezvoused at Camp Curtin, and was organized by the selection of the following field-officers: Jacob M. Campbell, of Cambria County, colonel; Barnabas McDermit, of Cambria County, lieutenant-colonel; John P. Linton, of Cambria County, major. Col. Campbell and many of the officers and men had served during the three months' campaign, and lieutenant-Col. McDermit possessed military experience acquired in the Mexican war. The men were drilled by squads and companies while in camp, and Company F, captain Davis, for some time performed guard duty at the State arsenal. On the 27th of February, 1862, the regiment was ordered to Washington, and upon its arrival went into camp near Bladensburg Cemetery. Here the altered flintlock muskets furnished by the State were exchanged for the Belgian rifles. On the 29th of March the regiment was ordered to proceed to Harper's Ferry, and report to Col. Miles. Upon his arrival Col. Campbell was directed to make a disposition of his force along the line of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, and Company F, captain G.W.P. Davis, was stationed at Sleepy Creek Bridge, seventeen miles west of Martinsburg. The country through which that portion of the railroad runs, which the regiment was required to guard, was considered by the rebels as their own territory, and the majority of the population in the vicinity was rebel at heart. Numerous guerrilla bands, led by daring and reckless chieftains, roved the country, pillaging and burning the property of Union inhabitants, and watchful for an opportunity to burn the railroad bridges, cut the wires of the telegraph, and destroy the road. To guard this great thoroughfare, of vital importance to the government, to suppress guerrilla warfare, to afford protection to the harassed and helpless people, was the duty which the regiment was assigned to perform. Col. Campbell at once assumed the offensive, and hunted them instead of waiting to let them hunt him. Almost daily, from some part of the line, squads were sent out to engage and capture these roving bands led by such partisans as Edwards, White, Imboden, and McNeil, and many were brought in.

On Sunday morning, the 25th of May, 1862, all the locomotives on the railroad west of Harper's Ferry were hurried through to Cumberland, the engineers bringing the first intelligence of the retreat of Banks and the approach of Stonewall Jackson to Martinsburg. At nine o'clock that night Col. Campbell received the following dispatch from Col. Miles: "Concentrate your regiment at South Branch. general Banks defeated and driven through Martinsburg. Expect an attack here hourly. Mean to fight." The success of Jackson, and the consequent withdrawal from the road, had inspired the roving bands with new life, and they became more troublesome than ever, wandering up and down the country, pillaging indiscriminately from friend and foe. The several companies were kept constantly on the alert, and with an energy and enterprise rarely equaled, the territory was scoured, many of the squads penetrating the interior twenty and thirty miles, capturing and dispersing the guerrillas, restoring stolen property, and successfully protecting and preserving the road.

The rebel army having defeated McClellan upon the Peninsula, and Pope at Bull Run, was now advancing into Maryland on the Antietam campaign. On the 11th of September his advance guard reached Back Creek. Communication with Col. Miles was severed, and soon after Harper's Ferry was invested by Jackson, the post, garrison, and immense military stores falling into the hands of the enemy. Col. Campbell telegraphed to general Kelly, in command in West Virginia, for orders. Kelly declined to give any, but advised the withdrawal from the road. This the colonel decided not to follow and clung to his position, which had now become perilous, his little band of nine hundred men, without artillery or cavalry, being the only 'Union forces at that time in the hostile territory of Virginia.

After the battle of Antietam, general McClellan, unaware of the presence of any Union troop's south of the Potomac, sent a cavalry force to picket the Maryland shore. Seeing soldiers in blue across the river they regarded Col. Campbell's men as rebels in disguise, and it was with difficulty that they could be undeceived. Upon the surrender of Miles the brigade to which the regiment belonged had disappeared. A report to the general-in-chief soon brought an order attaching it to general Franklin's command.

Soon afterwards the regiment was attached to the command of general Morrell, left for the defense of the Upper Potomac, and subsequently, upon the organization of the Eighth Army Corps, it was assigned to the Third Brigade of the Second Division, commanded by general Kelly. On the 29th of January, 1863, the Fifty-fourth was attached to the Fourth Brigade of the First Division, department of West Virginia, Col. Campbell in command of the brigade, and lieutenant-Col. Linton of the regiment. On the 3d of April, the enemy having attacked a forage train above Burlington, the Fifty-fourth, with a battalion of cavalry, was sent in pursuit. At Purgitsville the rebel cavalry was encountered and driven, and some prisoners taken. The regiment continued here, scouting the country and capturing guerrillas who infested the region, until the 30th of June, when it moved to New Creek in anticipation of an attack upon Grafton. On the 6th of July, general Kelly moved his command, by forced marches, to co-operate with the Army of the Potomac, now driving the enemy from the field of Gettysburg. On the 10th he came upon the rebel pickets, and upon the withdrawal of the rebel army into Virginia he followed up the retreat, and on the 19th was heavily engaged. During the night he learned through a scout that the enemy in force was moving on his rear and immediately retreated into Maryland, leaving the Fifty-fourth alone upon the Virginia shore. The enemy approached and threw a few shells into its lines, but soon retired. On the 6th of November the brigade moved to Springfield, where a reorganization of the command took place, the Fifty-fourth being assigned to the First Brigade of the Second Division, Col. Campbell in command.

On the 4th of January, 1864, general Kelly apprehending an attack upon Cumberland, Col. Campbell, with part of his command, was ordered to its defense. A month later Company F, while guarding the railroad bridge at Patterson's Creek, was attacked by a party of the enemy under the notorious Harry Gilmor in the garb of Union soldiers. By this deception the rebels reached the picket line unsuspected, when they dashed into the camp, and after a short struggle compelled its surrender. Three of the company were killed and several wounded. After the surrender, Gilmor, with his own hand, shot and instantly killed Corporal Gibbs, an act which should stamp its perpetrator with infamy. Col. Campbell, at his own request, was relieved from time command of his brigade and assumed charge of his regiment.

About this time general Sigel relieved general Kelly, and immediately commenced preparations for a campaign in the Shenandoah Valley. On the 15th of May, while pushing his columns up the valley, Sigel struck a force of the enemy, unexpectedly large, under general Breckinridge, near New Market, prepared to offer battle. Confident of his ability to drive the opposing force, Sigel disposed his troops for battle. At the opening of the battle, the cavalry in passing to the rear threw the infantry into some confusion, breaking through its lines. Steadily the enemy moved forward to the attack, his long lines overlapping both flanks of Sigel's force. The artillery was plied with excellent effect, but could not stay the rebel columns. Arriving within easy musket range, the infantry of both sides opened simultaneously a heavy and mutually destructive fire. For some time the battle raged with great fury, but the enemy's superiority of numbers at length prevailed, and the Union lines were forced back, the Fifty-fourth retiring in good order, returning the fire of the enemy until he ceased to pursue. Sigel retreated to Cedar Creek, where he threw up defensive works. The loss of the regiment in this engagement was one hundred and seventy-four killed, wounded, and missing.

During the remaining summer months the regiment participated in the marches and counter-marches of the command, the exact object of which was probably best known to its leader. Upon the assumption of the chief command by general Sheridan, the army was reorganized and prepared for an active campaign. The Fifty-fourth marched with the command to Cedar Creek, participating in a series of heavy skirmishes, and with it fell back to Halltown. Here it remained until August 28th, when the enemy having disappeared from its front the whole force marched to Charlestown, and on the 3d of September to Berryville. On the day of its arrival a severe engagement occurred, lasting far into the night and ending in the complete repulse of the enemy. For four days the Army of West Virginia, now known as the Eighth Corps, bivouacked near Berryville, and was then transferred from the extreme left of the infantry line to the extreme right, at Summit Point. Here the Fifty-fourth remained until the 19th, repairing, as far as possible, the ravages of the campaign, distributing supplies, and assigning recruits, convalescents, and veterans returned from furlough.

On the 19th of December the main body of Sheridan's army marched from the valley to join Grant in front of Petersburg. The Fifty-fourth moved to Washington and thence to City Point, arriving on the 23d, and encamped on Chapin's farm. It was assigned to duty in the Army of the James.

Upon the muster out of service of the Third and Fourth Reserve Regiments in May, 1864, the veterans and recruits were at first organized into an independent battalion, which was subsequently united to the Fifty-fourth. On the 7th of February, 1865, the term of original enlistments having expired, an order from the War Department directed that the two organizations should be consolidated under the name of the Fifty-fourth Regiment. This was effected, and it was assigned to the Second Brigade, Independent Division of the Army of time James, commanded by general Ord.

On the morning of the 2nd of April the regiment was ordered to join in the general forward movement of the army, and proceeding with the brigade crossed the rebel works near the Boydton Plank Road, now abandoned, and approached Fort Gregg. Here a spirited resistance was offered, and it was not until a hot fire of infantry and artillery had been brought to bear upon the enemy that he yielded. In this brief engagement the regiment lost twenty killed and wounded.

The rebel army having been routed from its works about Petersburg, was retreating rapidly towards the North Carolina border. On the 5th of April two regiments, the Fifty-fourth Pennsylvania and the One Hundred and Twenty-third Ohio, Col. Kellogg, with two companies of the Fourth Massachusetts Cavalry, Col. Washburn, were ordered to make a forced march to High Bridge and effect its destruction for the purpose of cutting the enemy's way of retreat and delaying his columns. Arrived at Rice's Station, general Read, of Ord's staff, took command, and when within sight of the bridge made his dispositions for the attack. Before the column could be formed, word was brought that the vedettes at Rice's had been driven; nothing daunted, the little force promptly attacked. But the enemy had taken ample precautions for the safety of this their main avenue of escape, and after a desperate struggle, in which general Read was killed, Cols. Kellogg and Washburn wounded and taken prisoners, and a large proportion of the command killed or prisoners, surrounded on all sides by the main columns of the enemy's infantry and cavalry, it was forced to surrender. The loss of the Fifty-fourth was twenty-one killed and wounded. The captives were taken back to Rice's, where, to their astonishment, they beheld Longstreet's corps intrenched, having come up but a few moments after Read's column had passed in the morning.

The attack, though failing in its immediate purpose, subserved the main end; for Lee's columns were thereby delayed several hours, enabling Sheridan to sweep around the enemy's rear and complete the destruction and capture of that once proud and defiant army. For four days, without rations, the captives marched with the retreating rebel army, when to their great joy they were released from their captivity and their starving condition by Grant's victorious columns. From Appomattox Court-House the regiment was sent to Camp Parole, at Annapolis, Md., and on the 15th of July was mustered out of service at Harrisburg.

ROLL or COMPANY F, FIFTY-FOURTH REGIMENT (THREE YEARS' SERVICE).

recruited at Harrisburg.

Captains.

George W.P. Davis, Oct. 8, 1861; resigned March 16, 1863, on surgeon's certificate of disability.

John W. Hibler, Dec. 20, 1861; promoted from 1st lieutenant July 11, 1863; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., Aug. 14, 1864; grave 1298.

First Lieutenants.

William H. Miller, Nov. 1, 1861; promoted from sergeant to 2nd lieutenant July 4,

1864; to 1st lieutenant Nov. 30,1864; transferred to Co. G Dec. 14, 1864.

Lewis Rehr, Oct. 22, 1861; promoted from sergeant-major to 1st lieutenant March 27, 1864; to captain Co. B Nov. 30, 1864; veteran.

Second Lieutenants.

Robert Hamersley, Dec. 2, 1861; promoted from corp. Feb. 25, 1862; resigned Sept. 4, 1863.

John W. Burgien, Sept. 2, 1862; promoted from sergeant to 2nd lieutenant Dec. 14, 1864; transferred to Co. B, date unknown.

First Sergeants.

Barclay Cane, March 14, 1864; com. 1st lieutenant April 3, 1865; not mustered; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Henry Roat, Dec. 2, 1861; not on muster-out roll.

Sergeants.

Joseph R. Hummel, March 14, 1864; com. 2nd lieutenant April 3, 1865; not mustered; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Henry Wolford, Marsh 14, 1864; discharged by G.O. May .31, 1865; veteran.

John G. Strayer, March 14, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

William Holmes, March 14, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

John Roat, Dec. 2, 1861; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., June 28, 1864; grave 2602.

Benjamin Dilley, Dec. 2, 1861; transferred to Co. B, date unknown.

Henry K. Algert, Dec. 2, 1861; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., May 9, 1864; grave 975.

Corporals.

Thomas McClure, March 14, 1864; mustered out with company July 15, 1865; veteran.

Samuel Dunham, March 13, 1864; mustered out with company July 15, 1865; veteran.

Joseph Shoap, Feb. 22, 1864; mustered out with company July 15, 1865; veteran.

Allen L. Boyle, March 31, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Samuel D. Hummel, March 14, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Daniel W. Young, March 14, 1864; promoted to corp. March 1, 1865; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

John H. Kauffman, March 14, 1864; promoted to corp. March 1, 1865; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Reese Davis, March 31, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Archibald Rex, Dec. 2, 1861; transferred to Co. B, and reduced to the ranks, date unknown; veteran.

William H. Craig, Dec. 2, 1861.

David B. McDonald, Dec. 2, 1861.

Francis Carman, Dec. 2, 1861; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., April 4, 1864; grave 355.

Amos Rinehard, Dec. 2, 1861; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Alonzo Hannis, Dec. 2, 1861.

Musicians.

Christopher C. Bennett, Dec. 10, 1863; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

William Ehler, Dec. 2, 1861; not on muster-out roll.

Robert McDonald, Dec. 2, 1861; not on muster-out roll.

Privates.

Anthony, Isaac, Fob. 12, 1863; transferred to Co. E, date unknown.

Abel, Jerome, Feb. 25, 1862; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., July 29, 1864; grave 2648.

Bagnul, John, Oct. 4, 1861; mustered out with company July 15, 1865.

Bennett, Wesley, March 3, 1864; must, out with company July 15, 1865.

Bennett, Robert, March 14, 1864; mustered out with company July 15, 1865; veteran.

Bennett, William, March 14, 1864; discharged by G.O May 31, 1865; veteran.

Belton, Daniel, Feb. 5, 1863; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Berkeybill, George, Oct. 27, 1862; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Bidler, Samuel, March 17, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Bell, Richard L., April 14, 1864; killed near Petersburg April 2, 1865; veteran.

Brindle, John, April 5, 1864; not on muster-out roll.

Bannister, Thomas, Dec. 2, 1861.

Barr, Augustus J., Dec. 2, 1861; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., April 22, 1864; grave 673.

Bast, William, Jan. 2, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Baney, Moses. Jan. 2, 1862; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Boyer, John, Jan. 2, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Brookes, George W., Jan. 23, 1862.

Blank, William H., Feb. 25, 1862; prisoner from Feb. 2 to Dec. 16, 1864; mustered out April 13, 1865, at exp. of term.

Colley, Richard, Oct. 9, 1862; must, out with company July 15, 1865.

Clush, William, April 22, 1864; mustered out with company July 15, 1865

Camerer, Aloysius, March 14, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Carbitt, Peter, Aug. 1, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Conley, George, March 17, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Cowen, William, Oct. 27, 1862; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Crowers, Samuel, Jan. 26, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Crowers, John U., Oct. 7, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Cassady, James, Oct. 20, 1862; transferred to Co. H, date unknown.

Christner, Samuel, March 17, 1864; transferred to Co. C, date unknown.

Crider, Daniel H., March 14, 1864; not on muster-out roll.

Copple, Franklin, Dec. 2, 1861; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., June 30, 1864; grave 2695.

Chore, Michael, Jan. 2, 1862; prisoner from Feb. 2 to Dec. 10, 1864; mustered out Feb. 13, 1865, at exp. of term.

Clink, Henry, Feb. 17, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Deihl, Jacob G., Feb. 24, 1865; mustered out with company July 15, 1865.

Depher, John, March 14, 1864; mustered out with company July 15,1865; veteran.

Dougherty, Patrick, March 6, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Day, James F., March 6, 1864; transferred to Co. E, date unknown.

Dayspring, George, Feb. 22, 1864; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

DeHaven, George, Dec. 2, 1861.

Deily, Elwin, Jan. 2, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Dobbs, James, Jan. 23, 1862.

Diffenderfer, Robert, Dec. 2, 1861; prisoner from Feb. 2 to Nov. 30, 1864; mustered out Feb. 6, 1865, at exp. of term.

Ehrett, Charles, Aug. 1, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Euritt, Christian, May 30, 1863; discharged by G.O. Nay 31, 1865.

Eichelberger, H., Dee. 2, 1861.

Filer, Matthew, Nov. 3,1862; transferred to Co. C, date unknown.

Folckhomer, R., March 17, 1864; not on muster-out roll.

Francis, John, March 8, 1865; not on muster-out roll.

Finkley, George W., Jan. 2, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Fry, Tilghman, Jan. 2, 1862; transferred to Co. H, date unknown; veteran.

Ferrel, Jacob, Feb. 17, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Farlan, Joseph, Feb. 25, 1862; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., June 18, 1864; grave 2155.

Gahman, William, Aug. 17. 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Goughenour, David, March 14, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Gore, John A., March 14, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Gearhart, J.W.P., Feb. 26, 1864; not on muster-out roll.

Geisinger, John, Feb. 16, 1865; transferred to Co. G, date unknown.

Gindlesperger, P., Feb. 26, 1864; not on muster-out roll.

Gindlesperger, M., Nov. 3, 1862; transferred to Co. H, date unknown.

Gramling, A.S., Nov. 3, 1862; transferred to Co. H, date unknown.

Gibbs, Mason, Dec. 2, 1861; died, date unknown; buried in National Cemetery, Antietam, Md., Sec. 26, lot F, grave 597.

Griffey, Jeremiah, Dec. 2, 1861; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., Sept. 1, 1864; grave 7527.

Geiss, Christian, Jan. 23, 1862; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., March 23, 1864; grave 131.

Hummell, Benjamin F., March 14, 1864; mustered out with company July 15, 1865; veteran.

Hert, George, March 17, 1864; mustered out with company July 15, 1865.

Haines, William, Feb. 29, 1864; mustered out with company July 15, 1865.

Hammers, Martin, Feb. 26, 1864; mustered out with company July 15, 1865.

Henshew, Joseph, April 4, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Hoffman, Milton, Feb. 22, 1864; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Huff, Arthur, Dec. 2, 1861; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., May 14, 1864; grave 1080.

Hodes, William, Jan. 2, 1862; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Hoffman, Jones, Jan. 23, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Hull, Godfried, March 25, 1864; prisoner from July 24, 1864, to Feb. 21, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 2l, 1865.

Inglert, John, March 14, 1864; prisoner from May 15 to Nov. 27, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Jones, Lewis J., March 14, 1864; mustered out with company July 15, 1865; veteran.

Jordan, John, March 31, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Kramer, Gottleib, Feb. 29, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Kiper, George S., Aug. 25, 1862 ; not on muster-out roll.

Knowlden, John, March 5, 1863; not on muster-out roll.

Keech, Henry, Dec. 2, 1861; not on muster-out roll.

Kreigher, George, Dec. 2, 1861; captured; died at Richmond, Va., Feb. 23, 1864.

Kercher, David, Dec. 2, 1861; not on muster-out roll.

Kreiger, Simon, Jan. 2, 1862; mustered out Jan. 11, 1865, at exp. of term.

Kreiger, Martin, Jan. 2, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Kidman, John, Feb. 20, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Little, William J., Feb. 12, 1863; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Litz, Andrew W., March 1, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 14, 1865, to date May 24, 1865.

Lynn, Felix, Jan. 7, 1864; transferred to Co. H., date unknown.

Leonard, Charles, Dec. 2, 1861; must, out Jan. 6, 1865, to date exp. of term.

Lorhle, Simon, Dec. 2, 1861; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Ludgate, John, Dec. 2, 1861; not on muster-out roll.

Lynch, Charles, Dec. 2, 1861 ; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 30, 1862.

Long, Isaac, Jan. 2, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Miller, Owen, Feb. 22, 1864; mustered out July 15, 1865; veteran.

Mover, Lewis, March 16, 1864; prisoner from May 15, 1864, to March 16, 1865; discharged by G.O. July 20, 1865.

Minnich, Joseph, Jan. 27,1862; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Murphy, John H., Sept. 26, 1862; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Miller, Thomas, Feb. 28, 1862; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Morris, George, April 14, 1864; killed at Petersburg April 2, 1865; veteran.

Miller, Tobias, March 8, 1864; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Midenaught, Michael, Jan. 21, 1862; prisoner from Oct. 19, 1864, to Feb. 28, 1865; disch, by G.O. June 20, 1865, to date May 22, 1865.

Maine, John, Dec. 2, 1861; not on muster-out roll.

Menges, Israel, Dec. 2, 1861; prisoner from Feb. 2 to Nov. 18, 1864; discharged June 9, 1865, to date exp. of term.

May, Francis, Dec. 2, 1861; not on muster-out roll.

McClellan, Charles, March 6, 1804; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

McLane, William, Oct. 4, 1861; prisoner from April 6 to April 9, 1865; discharged June 5, 1865, to date May 15, 1865.

Nicholson, Silas, March 12, 1864; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Nine, Joseph, Jan. 2, 1862; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., April 14, 1864; grave 538.

Owens, Noah, March 14, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Oberly, Joseph, Feb. 3, 1862; transferred to Co. K. date unknown.

O'Neal, William, Feb. 22, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 26, 1865.

O'Conner, John, Feb. 20, 1862.

Pyle, James, Dec. 2, 1861.

Petreskey, Herman, Dec. 2, 1861; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., April 12, 1864; grave 500.

Painter, Michael, Dec. 2, 1861.

Patterson, John, Jan. 23, 1862; discharged Jan. 27, 1865, at exp. of term.

Powers, Pierce, Dec. 2, 1861; prisoner from Feb. 2 to Nov. 19, 1864; mustered out Jan. 9, 1865, to date exp. of term.

Prosser, Alexander, Jan. 30, 1864; not on muster-out roll.

Rogers, Joseph, March 14, 1864; prisoner from May 15 to Dec. 7, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Rust, Albert, Nov. 5, 1863; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Rehrig, George, Feb. 9, 1864; discharged by G.O. Aug. 22, 1865, to date July 16, 1865.

Rhineshith, David, March 15, 1864; not on muster-out roll.

Ries, Philip, March 18, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 26, 1865; veteran.

Rosenberger, Martin, March 18, 1864; not on muster-out roll.

Row, Henry, Dec. 2, 1861; transferred to Co. B, date unknown; veteran.

Rush, Stephen L., Dec. 2, 1861; died at Annapolis, Md., April 2, 1864.

Rake, James D., Jan. 2, 1862; not on muster-out roll,

Reed, Adam H., Feb. 17, 1862.

Ross, James, Feb. 24, 1864.

Roberts, Henry S., Aug. 17, 1861; prisoner from June 19 to Nov. 30, 1864; discharged by G.O. April 27, 1865.

Smith, John H., Feb. 17, 1865; must, out with company July 15, 1865.

Stull, Joseph, Feb. 9, 1864; mustered out with company July 15, 1865.

Smith, David, Jan. 14, 1865; absent at muster out.

Sims, John W., Aug. 21, 1862; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Steffen, John, Feb. 17, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Sims, Andrew J., July 19, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Sourbrine, Lewis, Feb. 15, 1862; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Steedman, William C., Dec. 2, 1861; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., Sept. 17, 1864; grave 9012.

Steedman, Marvin, Dec. 2, 1861; captured; died at Richmond, Va., April 10, 1864.

Sexton, John, Dec. 2, 1861; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Schiffert, Jacob, Jan, 23, 1862; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., June 4, 1864; grave 1620.

Stetler, Jacob, Jan. 23, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Spitzfaden, Andrew, Feb. 25, 1862; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., May 13, 1864; grave 1058.

Stephenson, Frank.

Teeters, Nathaniel, Feb. 17, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Thomas, Peter, Feb. 26, 4862; not on muster-out roll.

Ulrich, Jacob, March 10, 1865; mustered out with company July 15, 1865.

Vonhoff, Philip, Dec. 2, 1861.

Weaver, John B., Feb. 24, 1865; mustered out with company July 15, 1865.

Weddler, Henry, March 14, 1864; prisoner from May 15 to Dec. 6, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Warn, Wesley, Feb. 27, 1864; disch, by G.O. June 29, 1865.

Wolford, Valentine, March 14, 1864; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Weiss, Francis S., Dec. 23, 1861; transferred to Co. B, date unknown; veteran.

Weiss, James, Dec. 2, 1861; transferred to Co. B, date unknown; veteran.

White, Robert, Dec. 2, 1861; not on muster-out roll.

West, Christian, Jan. 23, 1862; mustered out Jan. 24, 1865, at exp. of term.

Werner, Aaron, Feb. 25, 1862; disch, on surgeon's certificate Aug. 16, 1862.

Wetherhold, Charles, Feb. 25, 1862; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., Aug. 7, 1864; grave 4966.

Wald, John, Jan. 2, 1862.



FIFTY-FIFTH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS.

The Fifty-fifth Regiment was recruited, under authority granted by Governor Curtin to Col. Richard White, during the summer and autumn of 1861, of which Company G was raised in Dauphin County. The regiment rendezvoused at Camp Curtin, where an organization was effected by the choice of field-officers. Three of the companies, B, E, and G, were for a time stationed at Camp Cameron, near Harrisburg, under the command of Col. Thomas A. Zeigle, and were instructed by regular army officers.

On the 22nd of November the regiment, thirty-eight officers and seven hundred and fifty-seven men, left Camp Curtin and proceeded to Fortress Monroe. Drill and discipline, which had been commenced at Camp Curtin, was here resumed, and the command was brought to a good degree of efficiency. On the 8th of December, in company with the Forty-fifth, Seventy-sixth, and Ninety-seventh Regiments, it embarked for South Carolina, arriving at Port Royal on the 12th. The Fifty-fifth was immediately sent out to guard the small islands and approaches to the west of Hilton Head, where it remained until the 25th of February, 1862, when it was transferred to Edisto Island. While on duty here a series of attacks were made by the enemy in large force upon the companies, scattered as they necessarily were in holding the Union outstretched lines upon the coast. The most determined of these was made on the 29th of March, when Companies E, F, and G, posted at the head of the island, nearly twelve miles from the headquarters of the regiment, were attacked by a force of the enemy estimated at two thousand. The action which ensued was severe, but the rebels were signally repulsed, with a loss to the three companies of about twenty killed and wounded. general Evans, who was in command of the enemy, afterwards reported to the rebel government that he had made a reconnoisance upon Edisto Island, and had found the enemy six thousand strong.

During the summer the only troops upon the island were those of the Fifty-fifth, and the duty, performed beneath a Southern sun, was very severe. On the 21st of October the regiment accompanied general Brannan on an expedition, consisting of about four thousand troops, up Broad River. The command landed, under cover of gunboats, at Mackey's Point, and immediately advanced on Pocotaligo Bridge, the object of the movement being to destroy the Charleston and Savannah Railroad. At eight o'clock on the morning of the 22nd the enemy was met at Caston, but were soon driven. At Frampton he made another stand, and after a sharp engagement was again driven, and retreated across the Pocotaligo River, burning the bridge as he withdrew. Here he took a strong position, and being largely reinforced from Charleston, held his ground during six hours, in which the battle fiercely raged. Unable to gain an advantage, the ammunition being nearly exhausted, the Union forces withdrew under cover of night and returned to Hilton Head. The Fifty-fifth lost in this engagement twenty-nine killed and wounded. Near the close of the action, while bravely leading his men against a masked battery, captain Horace C. Bennett was killed.

The regiment was now stationed at Beaufort, S.C., where it remained for more than a year, performing picket duty at Port Royal Ferry, ten miles from the town, and also serving in the capacity of heavy artillery upon the fortifications.

On the 1st of January, 1864, the majority of the men re-enlisted for a second term of three years, and on the 22nd departed for Harrisburg, where, upon their arrival, they were dismissed for a veteran furlough. On the 23d of March the veterans and recruits returned to South Carolina, where the regiment, now numbering twelve hundred and fifty effective men, remained for three weeks engaged in drill and guard duty. On the 12th of April it embarked for Virginia, and landed at Gloucester Point, opposite Yorktown. Here the regiment was assigned to the Third Brigade (Col. Richard White), Third Division, Tenth Corps, Army of the James.

general Butler was here organizing his forces, consisting of about forty thousand men, to operate against Richmond by the right bank of the James. Embarking upon transports, the Tenth Corps moved up the river and landed at Bermuda Hundred, with the design of seizing and fortifying the peninsula between the Appomattox and the James as a base of operations. Advancing ten miles west, encountering little opposition, the troops were set to work throwing up intrenchments across the head of the peninsula, and soon had the neck of the "bottle" closed.

On the 9th of May, Ames' division moved out of the works and destroyed the Richmond and Petersburg Railroad for a distance of two miles. general Ames then marched upon the turnpike towards Petersburg as far as Swift Creek, where he met the enemy well posted, and immediately attacked, the contest continuing until evening. Early on the following morning Ames learned that Terry's division, in his rear, had been attacked. Facing his columns about and advancing, he soon encountered the rebel forces, and drove them as far as Drury's Bluff, near Richmond. On the 13th the Union forces were again pushed forward towards Richmond, but found the enemy strongly intrenched in a double line of works behind Proctor's Creek. The outer line was carried, and Gillmore's troops continued the contest during the 14th and 15th, flanking the rebel position. But he had now been reinforced by troops from Charleston, and general Beauregard was in command. Seeing that the Union lines were greatly extended, and in many parts thereby greatly weakened, the rebel leader moved out of his intrenchments at night, and early on the morning of the 16th, under cover of a dense fog, fell upon the left flank with sudden and overpowering force. The Fifty-fifth occupied a position near the extreme left, and felt the full force of the enemy's blows. Again and again he advanced to the charge. Portions of the line gave way. The Fifty-fifth stood side by side with the Fourth New Hampshire and gallantly held its ground, until, outflanked and nearly surrounded, it was in danger of being captured. Col. White, as a last resort, selected three companies, C, D, and E, of his own regiment, and charged full upon the head of the advancing column. But it could not be broken, and the line was forced to yield. The loss in this engagement was

very severe, being in killed, wounded, and prisoners, including those from May 9th, when the fighting commenced, fifteen commissioned officers and three hundred enlisted men. The colonel, lieutenant-colonel, and adjutant were among the prisoners, and lieutenant John H. Barnhart was among the killed. The command of the regiment devolved, upon captain John C. Shearer.

The army now fell back to its intrenched line at Bermuda Hundred, and the regiment was subsequently engaged in several minor skirmishes. On the morning of the 20th of May the enemy attacked the picket line on Forster's plantation at daylight. One-half of the Fifty-fifth was in position and made a stern resistance, holding its ground until the yielding of the forces on right and left made it necessary for it to fall back to save itself from capture.

Butler, having completed his preparations, was upon the point of moving upon the enemy's lines about Petersburg, when he received orders from Grant to detach a heavy force under general "Baldy" Smith and send it to the support of the Army of the Potomac. The Fifty-fifth was one of the regiments selected for this purpose, and was assigned to the First Brigade (general Stannard), Second Division (general Martindale), Eighteenth Corps. Moving in transports down the James and up the York Rivers, the corps debarked at West Point, and marched via White House to Cold Harbor, where, on the 1st of June, it met the enemy, who was engaging the Sixth Corps. The line of battle was immediately formed and charged the enemy's works, capturing a line of rifle-pits and taking a large number of prisoners. The contest was continued during the 1st and 2nd, but the principal charge was made on the morning of the 3d. Stannard's brigade was selected for the attack, and was formed in columns of regiments, in which the Fifty-fifth was the third. As it swept forward to the desperate work the intense fire of the enemy caused the front lines to waver: and finally to fall back in confusion upon the third, which was also momentarily deranged. captain Shearer, in command, was wounded, and scarcely had the next in rank, captain Nesbitt, assumed it when he also was stricken down, and it devolved upon captain Hill, who soon restored order and held his position, now in the front line. During the night breastworks were thrown up, which were occupied until the night of the 12th, when the entire army withdrew. The loss in killed and wounded was four commissioned officers and one hundred and thirty-four enlisted men. In conducting this withdrawal from the enemy's front the Fifty-fifth was deployed in the front line of works, while the regiments successively fell back in the stillness of the night until all had retired without casualties or disturbance.

Marching back to White House, the corps again embarked on transports, and moved, via the Pamunkey, York, and James Rivers, to Point of Rocks, on the Appomattox, where it debarked, and early on the morning of the 15th advanced on the enemy's works in front of Petersburg, capturing eighteen guns and four hundred prisoners. On the following morning general Stannard ordered captain Hill to go forward with his regiment as skirmishers. He promptly advanced in the face of a hot fire and gained a position close up to the enemy's lines, but not without serious loss. On the 18th, Stannard's brigade, occupying the extreme right of the line, resting on the Appomattox, was again deployed for a charge. In front was an open field, commanded by the enemy's infantry and artillery, across which it must pass. Never faltering, the Fifty-fifth, which faced the ground most exposed, pushed forward obedient to command, and in less than ten minutes, while crossing this open field, it lost three commissioned officers and eighty enlisted men, - more than half of its effective strength, - a large proportion killed.

On the evening of the 29th the corps moved to the rear of the position held by the Ninth Corps, and upon the explosion of the mine, on the morning of the 30th, it was held in readiness to support the assaulting column; but the attack failed, and without being called into action, it returned to its old position on the Appomattox. For two months the regiment was engaged in duties incident to a siege, being constantly exposed to the fire of artillery, and the musketry of the pickets and sharpshooters, scarcely a day passing without some loss.

During the night of September 28th the regiment crossed the James, and marched to participate in the attack about to be made by the Army of the James upon Chapin's Bluff. The capture of Fort Harrison was effected on the morning of the following day, but the Fifty-fifth being held in support of the attacking troops, did not become engaged. In the afternoon it was determined to carry the works beyond, and at four o'clock, Col. Jourdan, in command of the brigade, ordered the Fifty-fifth to charge, and take a redoubt in the enemy's second line. The One Hundred and Fifty-eighth New York was deployed to support it, by advancing through the woods on the left, and the One Hundred and Forty-eighth New York to act as skirmishers on the right. The Fifty-fifth advanced over the open ground in front, a quarter of a mile, under a concentrated fire from three redoubts, supported by a heavy body of infantry. Bravely stemming a torrent of shot and deadly minie-balls, it moved steadily on, and reached a point within twenty yards of the work, when its ranks almost annihilated, and supports failing to come up, it was forced to fall back, leaving the dead and most of the wounded upon the field to fall into the hands of the enemy. Of five commissioned officers and one hundred and fifty enlisted men who marched at the word of command, three officers and seventy-eight men were either killed, wounded, or missing. lieutenant Blaney Adair was among the killed, and captain John O'Niel mortally wounded. On the following day the rebels made three attacks on Fort Harrison, but in each they were repulsed with terrible slaughter.

In November, the colors which had been originally presented to the regiment by the Governor before leaving the State, carried in all its campaignings, and latterly almost constantly enshrouded in the smoke and fire of battle, having become badly tattered, application was made for a new stand, which was promptly forwarded. The staff and the few remaining shreds of the old one were deposited in the capitol.

In December the white troops of the Tenth and Eighteenth Corps were consolidated, and formed the Twenty-fourth Corps. The Fifty-fifth was assigned to the Fourth Brigade of the First Division, and was henceforward engaged in performing picket and guard duty on the left bank of the James. On the 10th of December, while stationed at the redoubt on Signal Hill, near the extreme right of our lines, it was attacked by a portion of Longstreet's corps. The demonstrations were feebly made, and were easily repulsed. On the 21st of December, upon the muster out of service of lieutenant-Col. Bennett, at the expiration of his term, major Filler was promoted to succeed him, and captain James Metzger was promoted to major.

On the 27th of March, 1865, the First and Second Divisions of the Twenty-fourth Corps, and one division of the Twenty-fifth Corps, under command of general Ord, broke camp, and crossing the James and the Appomattox, proceeded by the rear of the army to Hatcher's Run, and on the morning of the 29th relieved the Second Corps, which moved out still farther to the left. During the 30th and 31st a part of the regiment was on the picket-line near the run, and in the general advance which was made, skirmished with the enemy, losing two men killed, and one commissioned officer and seventeen enlisted men wounded.

On the morning of April 2nd, in breaking through the enemy's lines, the Fourth Brigade, to which the regiment belonged, commanded by general Fairchild, with the balance of the division, charged Forts Gregg and Baldwin, which, after a strong resistance, were carried, the Fifty-fifth being the first to occupy the latter. The loss here was one commissioned officer killed, and one commissioned officer and four enlisted men wounded. On the morning of April 3d, having ascertained that the rebels had evacuated Petersburg during the previous night, general Ord's column was pushed forward to cut off their line of retreat at Burksville Junction. By a forced march along the South Side Railroad, Ord reached the Junction on the evening of the 5th, a distance of about sixty miles. Resuming the march on the following morning, it hastened forward, seven miles farther, to Rice's Station, the Fifty-fifth leading the column as skirmishers, and losing nine men wounded. At the Station Ord held his position, cutting off the direct way of retreat to Danville, and forcing the rebel column towards Lynchburg. At daylight on the 7th, Ord resumed the march, with the design of again cutting the rebel line of retreat. He reached Appomattox Court-House, a distance of forty-two miles, early on the morning of the 9th, in advance of Lee's columns, and with Sheridan's cavalry held firmly the only avenue of escape. "Sheridan," says Greeley, "was with his cavalry near the court-house, when the Army of Virginia made its last charge. By his order his troops, who were in line of battle, dismounted, gave ground gradually, while showing a steady front, so as to allow our weary infantry time to form and take position. This effected, the horsemen moved swiftly to the right and dismounted, revealing lines of solid infantry in battle array, before whose wall of gleaming bayonets the astonished enemy recoiled in blank despair, as Sheridan and his troopers, passing briskly around the rebel left, prepared to charge the confused, reeling masses. A white flag was now waved by the enemy, before general Custer, who held our cavalry advance, with the information that they had concluded to surrender."

The First and Second Divisions of the Twenty-fourth Corps remained at Appomattox Court-House until the 17th, when they proceeded to Richmond via Farmville, Burksville, and Amelia Court-House, arriving on the 25th. The regiment encamped on the outskirts of the city, and performed fatigue and guard duty until the latter part of July, when it was ordered to report to major-general Hartsuff, at Petersburg. It was stationed at different points, in detachments in Chesterfield, Buckingham, Cumberland, Powhattan, and Amelia Counties, acting under orders from the Freedmen's Bureau. On the 30th of August the regiment was mustered out of service at Petersburg, whence it proceeded to Harrisburg, where it was paid and finally disbanded.

ROLL OF COMPANY G, FIFTY-FIFTH REGIMENT (THREE YEARS' SERVICE).

Recruited at Harrisburg.

Captains.

Isaac S. Waterbury, Aug. 28, 1861; died at Bermuda Hundred, Va., May 8, 1864.

Levi A. Weaver, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted from 2nd to 1st lieutenant May 26, 1863 to captain July 1, 1864; mustered out Nov. 23, 1864, at exp. of term.

George H. Miller, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted from sergeant to 1st sergeant Jan. 1, 1864; to 2nd lieutenant Aug. 1, 1864; to 1st lieutenant Jan. 25, 1865; to captain April 20, ]865; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

First Lieutenants.

John Gotshall, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted to adjt. Aug. 3, 1863.

William H. Shorb, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted from sergeant to 1st sergeant Jan. 10, 1862; to sergeant-major Oct. 23, 1862; to 2nd lieutenant Nov. 4, 1863; to 1st lieutenant Aug. 1, 1864; mustered out Dec. 25, 1864, at exp. of term.

Daniel Bohanan, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted from corp. to sergeant Jan. 5, 1864; to 1st sergeant Aug. 1, 1864; to 2nd lieutenant Feb. 15, 1865; to 1st lieutenant April 20, 1865; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Second Lieutenants.

Henry A. Eisenbise, Sept. 18, 1863; promoted from private to sergeant July 1, 1864; to 1st sergeant May 1, 1865; to 2nd lieutenant July 2, 1865; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

First Sergeant.

Henry Scrimminger, March 28, 1861; promoted to corp.; to sergeant Feb. 15, 1865; to 1st sergeant July 1, 1865; must, out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Sergeants.

David Black, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted to corp.; to sergeant June 5, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Thomas J. Howe, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted to Corp. Jan. 1, 1864; to sergeant Sept. 1, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

George Loy, Feb. 15, 1864; promoted to corp. June 6, 1864; to sergeant Oct. 9, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Charles Long, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted to corp. Jan. 1, 1864; to sergeant July 1, 1865; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

William Shorts, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted from Corp.; killed at Cold Harbor June 3, 1864; veteran.

Frederick Vogle, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted from corp.; killed at Petersburg June 18, 1864; veteran.

Corporal.

James M. Lyne, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted to corp. Sept. 1, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

James E. Ropley, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted to corp. Sept. 1, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Edward Looker, Feb. 15, 1864; promoted to Corp. Sept. 1, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Alexander Timothy, Feb. 10, 1864; promoted to corp. Sept. 1, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

William H. Wennel, Feb. 6, 1864; promoted to corp. March 1, 1865; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Abraham Boak, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted to Corp. May 1, 1865; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

William Kromer, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted to corp. May 1, 1865; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

George Fisher, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted to corp. July 1, 1865; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

William Boon, Aug. 28, 1861; died Nov. 12, 1862, burial record Nov. 2, 1862, of wounds received at Pocotaligo, S.C., Oct. 22, 1862; buried at Hilton Head, S.C.

John H. Grubb, Aug. 28, 1861; killed near Petersburg June 18, 1864; veteran.

John C. Lane, Aug. 28, 1861; died Nov. 17, 1864, of wounds received at Chapin's Farm, Va., Sept. 29, 1864; veteran.

John Brenizer, Aug. 28, 1861; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Musicians.

John C. Fox, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Talbot Wagoner, Feb. 10, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Privates.

Abbott, Joseph, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Akens. Alexander, March 2,1865; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Adams, George W., Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 2, 1863.

Allison, John R., Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, exp. of term.

Aumit, Henry, July 21, 1863; drafted; transferred to Co. E April 1, 1864.

Anderson, George, Sept. 24, 1863; drafted; transferred to Co. E April 1, 1864.

Ayres, Charles, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to Co. I Jan. 1, 1864; veteran.

Anderson, John H., Feb. 9, 1864; killed at Drury's Bluff, Va., May 16, 1864.

Bechler, William, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Bryant, Daniel, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Brown, William W., March 2, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Brown, William N., Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Brown, Charles, Feb. 15, 1864; absent, sick, at muster out.

Birch, James, Fob. 2, 1864; mustered out with company, Aug. 30, 1865.

Breckenridge, John, Feb. 20, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Black, John P., Aug. 28, 1861; must, out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

Brooks, Henry, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

Boyle, Daniel, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

Boyer, George D., Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surg. certificate June 2, 1862.

Brooks, William, Sept. 18, 1861; transferred to Battery M, 1st regiment U.S. Art., July 18, 1863.

Brown, Samuel C., July 20, 1863; drafted; transferred to Co. E April 1, 1864.

Bodicher, Daniel, Daniel, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to Co. B Jan. 1, 1864;

veteran.

Boak, William, Aug. 28, 1861; drowned at Baltimore, Md., Nov. 21, 1861.

Byers, Charles, Feb. 9, 1864; died at New York July 29, 1864.

Berkmyer, Lewis, Aug. 28, 1861; killed at Petersburg, Va., Aug. 14, 1864; veteran.

Badger, Thomas, Feb. 5, 1864; captured; died at Petersburg June 4, 1864.

Bear, Samuel, Feb. 5, 1864; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., Aug. 20, 1864; grave 6229.

Buckson, William, Feb. 5, 1864; not on muster-out roll.

Carpenter, E.B., June 1, 1863; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Colder, Edward, Feb. 15, 1864: mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Cole, Timothy, Feb. 10, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Carichner, Frederick, Feb. 9, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Cochran, Patrick, Feb. 10, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Coffrat, William, Jan. 25, 1865; absent on detached duty at muster out.

Cain, Samuel, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Carichner, Godfrey, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 8, 1863.

Christman, Parker, Nov. 10, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 14, 1862.

Connor, Patrick, Aug. 28, 1861; killed at Petersburg, Va., June 18, 1864.

Campbell, Patrick, March 7,1864; died June 17, 1864, of wounds received at Drury's Bluff, Va., May 16, 1864; buried at Hampton, Va.; veteran.

Carr, Joseph, Aug. 30, 1861; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., August, 1864.

Crum, Benedict, Nov. 8, 1861.

Deitrick, Elias, Jan. 19, 1865; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Enger, Joseph, Feb. 3, 1864; discharged on surgeon's certificate Sept. 16, 1864; veteran.

Ellet, James, Feb. 15, 1864; killed at Petersburg, Va., June 18, 1864.

Feig, George, Feb. 19, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Fields, Charles B., Feb. 2, 1864; absent, sick, at muster out.

Fetter, Henry, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

Fitz, Thomas, Sept. 4, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

Fisher, Adam, Aug. 30, 1861: discharged Dec. 11, 1864, for wounds received in action; veteran.

Fry, John, Oct. 19, 1863; drafted; transferred to Co. E April 1, 1864.

Gruber, Isaac, Feb. 4, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Grishaber, William, Feb. 5, 1864; killed at Petersburg, Va., June 16, 1864.

Hogantogler, George, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Hughs, John, Aug. 28., 1861; absent, in hospital, at muster out; veteran.

Hooper, Pembroke, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 8, 1862.

Hooper, Alfred, Aug. 29, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

Hatz, William, Aug. 29, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

Hendrickson, E.S., Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

Hollabaugh, John, Jan. 24, 1865; drafted; discharged by G.O. June 12, 1865.

Hull, Stitt, Sept. 23, 1863; drafted; transferred to Co. E April 1, 1864.

Hatz, Henry, Aug. 29, 1861; died at Beaufort, S.C., Oct. 17, 1862.

Hurshberger, S., Aug. 28, 1861; killed at Drury's Bluff, Va., May 16, 1864; veteran.

Ironspoon, Harmon, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Irvin, William J., Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Aug. 19, 1862.

Jackson, Cyrus B., Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865: veteran.

Johnson, John, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Jones, John, Oct. 15, 1863; drafted: transferred to Co. E April 1, 1864.

Kichieshoug, A., Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

Kise, George W., July 21, 1863; drafted; transferred to Co. E April 1, 1864.

King, Jerome, Feb. 9, 1864; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps May 15, 1865.

Keffer, Henry, Jan. 29, 1864; not on muster-out roll.

Lawyer, Jacob, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Lough, David, Feb. 15. 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Leonard, Joseph L., Feb. 9, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Lichty, Moses, Feb. 15, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Lundy, Benjamin F., Dec. 25, 1861; discharged Dec. 21, 1864, for wounds received at Petersburg, Va., June 18, 1864.

Lawyer, Joseph, Aug. 28. 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

Lane, Samuel, Oct. 8, 1861; mustered out Oct. 8, 1864, at exp. of term.

Lukins, Charles, Oct. 8, 1861; mustered out Oct. 22, 1864, to date Oct. 8, 1864, at exp. of term.

Loucy, Daniel, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to 42nd regiment P.V. Nov. 16, 1861.

Lodge, Daniel, Sept. 23, 1863; drafted; transferred to Co. E April 21, 1864.

Lightner, Peter, Jan. 25, 1865; promoted to hosp. steward May 1, 1865.

Miller, Jerome P., Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Minich, Jeremiah, Aug. 28, 1861; absent, on detached duty, at muster out; veteran.

Minich, Henry, Feb. 3, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Messinger, Lewis, Feb. 15, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

McCollum, Malcolm, Feb. 20, 1861; absent, sick, at muster out.

Millhouse, August, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

McClintock, John, Feb. 22, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Matter, William H., Jan. 19, 1865; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Mott, Joseph, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 2, 1863.

Macker, James E., Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

McCabe, Samuel, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

McAdams, John F., Aug. 28, 1861; must, out Sept. 19, 1864, at exp. of term.

Mercer, Abner, Feb. 15, 1864; discharged on surgeon's certificate July 18, 1865.

Moran, Richard, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to Battery M, 1st regiment U.S. Art., Feb. 22, 1862.

Myers, George, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps July 1, 1863.

Morgan, Charles, Sept. 25, 1863; drafted; transferred to Co. E April 1, 1864.

Miles, John, July 22, 1863; drafted; transferred to Co. E April 1, 1864.

Mack, John, Aug. 28, 1861; died at Beaufort, S.C., Aug. 6, 1862.

Norris, Jesse K., Aug. 28, 1861; absent, sick, at muster out; veteran.

Nole, Johnson B., Feb. 13, 1864; wounded at Drury's Bluff, Va., May 16, 1864; absent at muster out.

Nelly, Thomas, Aug. 28, 1861; captured at Drury's Bluff, Va., May 16, 1864; escaped March 19, 1865; mustered out May 4; 1865, to date March 24, 1865, at exp. of term.

Oswald, Stephen, Aug. 28,1861; captured; died June 20, 1864; burial record at Andersonville, Ga., June 28, 1864; grave 2589; veteran.

Poist, Alexander, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out Sept. 19, 1864, at exp. of term.

Posey, Mordecai, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out Sept. 19, 1864. at exp. of term.

Paffley, Charles, Aug. 28, 1861; killed at Petersburg, Va., June 18, 1864; veteran.

Pfieffer, Frederick, Aug. 28, 1861; captured; died Aug. 19, 1864, of wounds received in action; buried at Richmond, Va.; veteran.

Rush, Christian, Aug. 28, 1861; absent, sick, at muster out; veteran.

Raudebaugh, Isaac, Feb. 5, 1864: mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Roush, Daniel S., Jan 11, 1865; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Ritner, William, Sept. 3, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

Ruggles, Alexander, Feb. 9, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 24, 1865.

Reed, James G., Aug. 28, 1861; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., Oct. 1, 1864; grave 10,174.

Swartz, John, Aug. 28, 1861; absent, sick, at muster out; veteran.

Stees, John, Feb. 3, 1864; must, out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Sheets, Charles P., Feb. 2, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Steiner, Peter, Feb. 2, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Sweger, James, Feb. 19, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Sants, Martin, Feb. 6, 1864; mustered out with company Aug, 30, 1865.

Snoddy, Calvin S., Feb. 20, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Sullivan, John H., Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 17, 1863.

Shaner, Jacob V., Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 21, 1863.

Shiffler, John, Feb. 15, 1864; discharged June 1, 1865, for wounds received at Chapin's Farm, Va., Sept. 29, 1864; veteran.

Sagle, John H., March 2, 1862; mustered out April 22, 1s65, at exp. of term.

Shorts, Henry, Feb. 13, 1864; prisoner from Sept. 29, 1864, to March 4, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 12, 1865.

Smith, Andrew, Feb. 27, 1864; prisoner from May 16, 1864, to April 17, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 20, 1865, to date June 9, 1865.

Stewart, Alexander, Feb. 10, 1864; discharged by G.O. July 22, 1865.

Smith, John, Oct. 19, 1863; drafted; transferred to Co. E April 1, 1863.

Stephens, Roswell, Sept. 25, 1863; drafted; transferred to Co. E April 1, 1865.

Strong, Henry, July 22, 1863; drafted; transferred to Co. E April 1, 1865.

Steiner, Jacob, Feb. 1,1864; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps, date unknown.

Sanno, George, Aug. 28, 1861; died at Beaufort, S.C., Aug. 11, 1862.

Saline, Leonard, Feb. 15, 1864; killed at Petersburg, Va., July 18, 1864.

Shaffer, Martin, Oct. 15, 1863; drafted; died June 23, 1864, of wounds

received at Petersburg, Va., June 18, 1864.

Shaner, Jacob V., Feb. 4, 1864; died at Hampton, Va., Jan. 21, 1865.

Shane, Robert, Feb. 15, 1864; killed at Petersburg, Va., June 18, 1864.

Smith, William H., Oct. 8, 1861; died Oct. 22, 1864, of wounds received at Chapin's Farm, Va., Sept. 29, 1864; buried in U.S. General Hospital Cemetery, Annapolis, Md.

Steiner, John, Aug. 28, 1861.

Sweeney, Edward, March 7, 1865; not on muster-out roll.

Taylor, David, Feb. 10, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Toomy, James, Feb. 5, 1864; must, out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Taylor, Samuel B., Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate July 26, 1862.

Tunis, Edwin F., Aug. 28, 1861; discharged by G.O. June 29, 1865; veteran.

Troxal, Arthur, Oct. 15, 1863; drafted; transferred to Co. E April 1, 1865.

Thompson, Thomas, Feb. 15, 1864; died June 18, 1864, of wounds received at Petersburg, Va., June 16, 1864; buried at Hampton, Va.

Van Horn, Charles H., Aug., 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Van Riper, Christopher C., Dec. 27, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 8, 1863.

Waterbury, Edwin L., Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Weitzel, George W., Feb. 13, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Wright, George, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

Wilson, John T., Jr., Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

Wolf, William, Feb. 20, 1864; discharged on surgeon's certificate Jan. 24, 1865; veteran.

Winters, Ephraim A., Jan. 24, 1865; discharged by G.O. May 30, 1865.

Woodall, A.C., Feb. 3, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Willis, Samuel, Sept. 4, 1861; transferred to Batt. M, 1st regiment U.S. Art., Nov. 1, 1862.

Warden, Samuel, Sept. 4, 1861; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps July 1, 1863.

Waters, William, Aug. 28, 1861.

Wilders, Joseph, Aug. 28, 1861; missing at Chapin's Farm, Va., Sept. 29, 1864; veteran.

Zorger, Jacob, Aug. 28, 1861; killed at Bermuda Hundred, Va., May 19, 1864; veteran.



* "YOUTHFUL VETERANS. - The claim of Missouri to have the youngest veteran soldier is disputed by the Keystone State. We are informed that Henry Weidensaul in his fourteenth year entered the Forty-sixth Pennsylvania infantry, participated in the battles of Winchester, Cedar Mountain, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Resaca, Dallas, Kenesaw, and Peach Tree Creek; was wounded for the first time in the last-named fight, and re-enlisted last winter with the greater part of his regiment. He was seventeen years of age on the 1st of July last." - Louisville Journal.

Henry Weidensaul, named above, was first sergeant of captain Brooks' company. He was first wounded at Cedar Mountain in August, 1562, where he was taken prisoner and was confined in Libby Prison for nearly five weeks. He was again wounded at Atlanta. Dauphin Chapter 25


Egle, William Henry, M.D., M.A., History of the Counties of Dauphin and Lebanon,
pp. 154-172.

CHAPTER XXV.

The War for the Union - The Reserves and other Three-Year Organizations - The Thirty-fifth, Forty-first, Forty-fourth, Forty-sixth, Fifty-fourth, and Fifty-fifth Regiments.

ROLL OF COMPANY G, THIRTY-FIFTH REGIMENT (SIXTH RESERVE, THREE YEARS' SERVICE). Recruited at Middletown.

Captains.

Jacob Rehrer, April 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 10, 1862.

Charles Allen, April 18, 1861; promoted from 1st lieutenant to captain April 3, 1863; brev. major March 13, 1865; wounded at Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862, and Wilderness May, 1864; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

First Lieutenant.

B.F. Ashenfelter, April 18, 1861; promoted from 2nd to 1st lieutenant April 3, 1863; brev. captain March 13, 1865; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Second Lieutenants.

John Yentzer, April 18, 1861; resigned Nov. 15, 1861.

John McWilliams, April 18, 1861 ; promoted from 1st sergeant to 2nd lieutenant April 3, 1863; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

First Sergeants.

Joseph B. Rife, April 22, 1861; discharged Aug. 5, 1861, to accept promotion as 2nd lieutenant 6th U. S. Inf.

George W. Horn, July 24, 1861; killed in action May 8, 1864; buried in Wilderness burial-ground.

Sergeants.

John R. Stoner, June 5, 1861; promoted to sergeant Aug. 1, 1862; must, out with company June 11, 1864.

Wall. W. Johnson, July 22, 1861; promoted to sergeant April 11, 1863; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

B.R. Hayhurst, April 22, 1861; must, out with company June 11, 1864.

John A. Bonner, April 18, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate March 23, 1863.

James H. Stanley, April 18, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

corporals.

George W. Gray, April 22, 1861; wounded at North Anna May 23, 1864; absent at muster out.

Joseph A. Peters, April 19, 1861; must, out with company June 11, 1864.

George W. Cole, April 20, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

John D. Books, April 18, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Lorenzo Horn, April 18, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P. V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Thomas H. Abbott, April 19, 1861; promoted to sergeant-major April 11, 1863.

William Fitting, April 22, 1861; killed at Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.

Jacob Shapley, Jan. 1, 1864; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Samuel Sides, Dec. 22, 1863; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Calvin McClung, Dec. 22, 1863; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Privates.

Alletnan, Benjamin F., April 18, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 29, 1862.

Baskins, George W., May 3, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Bishop, Jacob, May 3, 1861; must, out with company June 11, 1864.

Berst, Levi, July 15, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Breckbill, Pierce, April 18, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Bear, Henry A., April 18, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Barnes, Simon, April 18, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Bomberger, Michael, Sept. 5, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Burg, William, May 1, 1861; died at Tenallytown Aug. 5, 1861.

Bailey, Joseph, April 18, 1861; killed at Antietam Sept. 17, 1862.

Curry, William M., July 15, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Chub, John, April 18, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Cole, Alonzo, April 18, 1861; transferred from Vet. resigned Corps; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Camp, Simon C., April 18, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Conroy, William, April 18, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Cain, William, April 19, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 27, 1861.

Church, George H., April 18, 1361; discharged March 20, 1863, for wounds received in action.

Cover, John, July 15, 1861; discharged Feb. 15, 1863, for wounds received in action.

Cornwell, Charles, April 22, 1861.

Depue, James F., April 18, 1861; absent, in hospital, at muster out.

Dewalt, John, April 20, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Dailey, Patrick, April 25, 1861; discharged on surg certif. Aug. 2, 1861.

Embick, Jacob A., April 20, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Eichelberger, George, April 20, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Etter, John C., April 18, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 11, 1863.

Eichelberger, H., Feb. 22, 1864; killed at Bethesda Church May 30, 1864.

Elliott, Reuben, July 15, 1861.

Fish, Lewis, July 15, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Fisher, Peter H., April 28, 1861.

Giverren, Patrick, May 1, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Gosline, James D., July 22, 1861; absent, in hospital, at muster out.

Graybill, Jacob, April 22, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Garrigan, James, April 23, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate June, 1862.

Gibbons, Jacob, May 1, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 8, 1862.

Goss, George W., Sept. 1, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864 veteran.

Gould, James S., Feb. 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 10, 1863.

Geist, James, May 1, 1861; died at Alexandria Jan. 24, 1863; grave 700.

Hughes, Christian, April 20, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Hemperly, George L., April 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Hain, Robert, April 22, 1861; must, out with company June 11, 1864.

Houser, Frederick M., July 10, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Henderson, Martin, April 22, 1861; died Dec. 14, 1862, of wounds received in action.

Jury, Adam, Jan. 16, 1864; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864.

Kough, Henry A., April 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate July 2, 1862.

Kohler, Charles, Feb. 4, 1864; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864.

Linn, Jacob, April 18, 1861: mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Lockard, John, May 1, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Lemon, John, May 1, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Leggore, William, Sept. 13, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Lloyd, John, March 7, 1864; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864.

Montgomery, John, April 20, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Montgomery, William, April 20, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Manly, Amos, April 18, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Martin, Jacob G., April 19, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Marquit, Andrew B., April 20, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate, date unknown.

Mushon, Francis, April 19, 1861; transferred to gunboat service Feb. 19, 1862.

Murphy, Bernard, Aug. 29, 1862; killed at Antietam Sept. 17, 1862.

Orth, William H.H., April 19, 1861.

Peirce, Cyrus H., April 19, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Peirce, George W., April 19,1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Peters, John W., April 18, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Powell, James, April 18, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 16, 1863.

Peters, John M., July 1, 1861; killed at Antietam Sept. 17, 1862.

Penneman, Robert, Sept. 1, 1861; killed at Gettysburg July 3, 1863.

Quinsler, William, May 3, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Rouse, Franklin, April 18, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 13, 1862.

Reichenbach, Peter, Oct. 14, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 27, 1862.

Roburm, James, March 8, 1864; died May 9, 1864; buried in Military Asylum Cemetery.

Sullivan, Cornelius, April 18, 1861; wounded at Spottsylvania Court-House May 13, 1864; absent, in hospital, at muster out.

Snavely, John D., July 15, 1861; wounded at Spottsylvania Court-House May 12, 1864; absent, in hospital, at muster out.

Strauss, Aaron G., April 24, 1861; discharged Feb. 20, 1863, for wounds received in action.

Stores, Jonas F., July 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate April 3, 1862.

Specht, Henry D., Nov. 28, 1861; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Simmers, Charles, Sept. 13, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 10, 1863.

Stehman, Henry C., April 20, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate March 23, 1863.

Strickland, William, Feb. 2,1864; transferred to 191st regiment P.V. May 31, 1864.

Smith, Edgar, May 1, 1861; died May 16, 1863.

Spencer, Lewis, May 10, 1861; killed at Spottsylvania Court-House May 12, 1864; buried in burial-ground at Wilderness.

Smith, Daniel, Feb. 22, 1864; killed at Spottsylvania Court-House Nay 12, 1864; buried in burial-ground at Wilderness.

Swigart, Aaron, April 19, 1861.

Swords, John, May 29, 1861; not on muster-out roll.

Townsend, W. Ford, May 1, 1861; com. 2nd lieutenant Dec. 4, 1861; not mustered; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Vincent, Robert W., April 20, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 4, 1862.

Waborn, Frank R., April 20, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 24, 1862.

Weist, Daniel, April 20, 1861; died Dec. 14, 1862, of wounds received at Fredericksburg.

Wilson, Daniel, April 20, 1861.

ROLL OF COMPANY D, FORTY-FIRST REGIMENT (TWELFTH RESERVE, THREE YEARS' SERVICE). Recruited in Dauphin county.

Captains.

Samuel Wilt, June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 5, 1861.

Thomas D. Horn, June 22, 1861; promoted to captain Nov. 5, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 10, 1863.

William H. Weaver, June 22, 1861; promoted from 1st lieutenant to captain Feb. 10, 1863; mustered out with company June 11, 1664.

First Lieutenants.

Henry Mather, June 22, 1861; discharged Nov. 5, 1861.

Edward B. Snyder, June 22, 1861; promoted from 2nd to 1st lieutenant Feb. 10, 1863; brev. captain March 13, 1865; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

First Sergeants.

Robert Neidig, June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Benjamin Brightbill, June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

J.R. Baughman, June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Sergeant.

William B. Peacock, June 22, 1861; corn. 2nd lieutenant Feb. 10, 1863; not mustered; transferred to Company E, 190th regiment P.V., May 31, 1864; veteran.

Corporals.

Monroe B. Wenger, June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

John A. Walker, June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

John Reimert, June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Richard Fleming, June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 15, 1862.

John Irlam, June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Jan. 27, 1862.

John Good; June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 5, 1862.

James M. Allen, June 22, 1861; drowned in Pamunkey River, June 4, 1864.

Aaron L. Burke, June 22, 1861; killed at Bull Run, Aug. 30, 1862.

Henry H. Hopple, June 22, 1861; killed at South Mountain Sept. 14, 1862.

Musician.

Charles Spickler, June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Privates.

Austin, William P., June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Anderson, William, June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Brewster, Alex., June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Bird, James, June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Bumbaugh, Isaac, June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 5, 1863.

Black, George F., June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate July 21, 1863.

Barnes, William H., June 22, 1861; discharged Feb. 20, 1864, by sentence of G.C.M.

Bates, John, June 22, 1861; discharged on Burg. certif. Feb. 22, 1862.

Beatty, John, July 22, 1861; killed at White Oak Swamp June 30, 1862.

Babb, John, June 22, 1861.

Brubaker, Samuel, June 22, 1861.

Boston, Lewis, June 22, 1861.

Bryan, John, June 22, 1861.

Clunghart, John, June 22, 1861; must, out with company June 11, 1864.

Campbell, Daniel, June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Collins, Frank, June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Carroll, Frank, June 22, 1861; absent at muster out.

Conner, Thomas, June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Carpenter, David H., June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Curtis, James, Feb. 15, 1864; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864.

Carter, George, June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate, date unknown.

Donahue, John, July 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Dugan, Samuel, June 22, 1861; must, out with company June 11, 1864.

DeWolf, John A., June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Detrick, Charles, June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V May 31, 1864; veteran.

Frankhouser, C., June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Fulton, William, June 22, 1861; died of wounds received May 13, 1864.

Fettermnan, George, June 22, 1861.

Fuller, Edward, June 22, 1861.

Garman, George, June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 28, 1862.

Garman, Henry, June 22, 1861; discharged by order of War Department, Oct. 24, 1862.

Garner, Adam, June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Gurtler, George, Feb. 1, 1864; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864.

Garst, Samuel, June 22, 1861; killed at Fredericksburg, Dec. 13, 1862.

Gurtner, John, Feb. 25, 1864; died Nay 11, 1864, of wounds received May 6, 1864.

Hawck, William, July 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Hughes, Richard, June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June ii, 1864.

Holt, John, July 20, 1861; mustered omit with company June 11, 1864.

Heusler, Peter, June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate July 18, 1862.

Hicks, John, June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Hudgeon, John, June 22, 1861; transferred to U.S. Signal Corps Aug. 29, 1861.

Hall, Thomas, June 22, 1861.

Hilbert, James, June 22, 1861.

Hall, Robert, June 22, 1861.

Haines, Charles, June 22, 1861.

Jones, John, June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Karnes, John, June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Sept. 1, 1863.

Krouse, Nicholas, June 22, 1861; transferred to artillery July 18, 1862.

Kraft, Henry, May 15, 1861; promoted to com. sergeant, date unknown.

Kelley, Isaac, July 6, 1861; died at Georgetown, D.C., Dec. 10, 1861.

Kuglen, George, July 6, 1861.

Lepley, Samuel, June 25, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Lewis, Henry G., June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Long, Joseph W., June 22, 1861; must, out with company June 11, 1864.

Leiby, Alexander, July 29, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Lyons, Edward, June 22, 1861; discharged by order of War Department Nov. 26, 1862.

McLain, George, Juno 22, 1861; mustered omit with company June 11, 1864.

McLaster, John, July 11, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Mills, James, June 22, 1861; must, out with company June 11, 1864.

Maurer, Charles, June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Miller, George, June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Mann, Francis F., June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Murphy, John, June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 23, 1862.

McCabe, Harrison, Aug. 29, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864.

McDaniels, Samuel, June 22, 1861; transferred to artillery, Aug. 1, 1862.

Marthin, John, June 22, 1861; captured at Gettysburg July 3, 1863 discharged June 11, 1864.

McCoy, Hugh, June 22, 1861; killed at White Oak Swamp, Va., June 30, 1862.

McCord, Thomas, June 22, 1861; died at Alexandria, Va., Sept. 18, 1861; grave 293.

McFarland, William, June 22, 1861; killed at South Mountain Sept. 14, 1862.

Moorehead, Christian, June 22, 1861; killed by accident Sept. 25, 1861.

Miller, Edward, June 22, 1861; died. Nov. 1, 1861; buried in Military Asylum Cemetery, D.C.

Quinn, John, June 22, 1861; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps, date unknown.

Quenzier, Valentine, June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. Nay 31, 1864; veteran.

Redfern, Samuel, July 11, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Ray, Thomas, Feb. 11, 1864; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864.

Reichart, Samuel, Feb. 29, 1864; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864.

Stevens, Edward, June 22, 1861; transferred to U.S. Signal Corps, Aug. 29, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Spaulding, Theodore S., June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 17, 1863.

Shoemaker, George, June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 3, 1862.

Strauser, Adam, June 22, 1661; discharged by order of War Department Oct. 24, 1862.

Segar, Henry, June 22, 1861; missing in action at Bristoe Station, Va., Oct. 14, 1863.

Simpson, Robert, June 22, 1861; killed at Gaines' Mill June 27, 1862.

Shaffer, James, July 6, 1861.

Skidmore, Thomas, June 22, 1861.

Tell, Michael L., June 22, 1861; killed at Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.

Walker, George W., June 22, 1861; wounded at Bull Run Aug. 30,1862; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Winters, Jeremiah, June 22, 1861; mustered out with company June 11, 1864.

Woodall, Charles, June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 22, 1862.

Weaver, Philip, June 22, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 14, 1862.

Weaver, Peter, June 22, 1861; transferred to 190th regiment P.V. May 31, 1864; veteran.

Woodall, James T., July 6, 1861; promoted to q.m. sergeant, date unknown.

Woodall, William H., June 22, 1861; transferred to U.S. Signal Corps Aug. 29, 1861.

Yohn, George, July 6, 1861; transferred to U.S. Army Nov. 25, 1862.



ROLL OF COMPANY G, FORTY-FOURTH REGIMENT (FIRST CAVALRY, THREE YEARS' SERVICE). Recruited at Harrisburg.

captains.

Jacob Higgins, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted to lieutenant-col. Aug. 18, 1861.

David Gardner, Sept. 27, 1861; promoted from 1st lieutenant to captain; to major Nov. 23, 1862.

Henry C. Beamer, August, 1861; pro, from sergeant-major to 1st lieutenant July 17, 1862; to captain Dec. 11, 1862; resigned April 12, 1863.

Francis P. Confer, Sept. 1, 1862; promoted from private to com. sergeant October, 1861; to 2nd lieutenant Sept. 1, 1862; to 1st lieutenant Nov. 25, 1862; to captain April 12, 1863; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

First Lieutenants.

Hampton S. Thomas, Sept. 27, 1861; promoted from 2nd to 1st lieutenant September, 1861; to captain Co. M May 1, 1862.

Alonzo Reed, Nov. 25, 1862; promoted from 1st sergeant to 2nd lieutenant Nov. 25, 1862; to 1st lieutenant April 12, 1863; killed at St. Mary's Church, Va., June 24, 1864.

Hiram Platt, Aug. 14, 1864; promoted to 1st sergeant; to 2nd lieutenant Aug. 14, 1864; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; mustered out by consolidation June 20, 1865.

Second Lieutenants.

Henry C. Weir, Oct. 10, 1S61; promoted to captain and A.A.G. on general Bayard's staff Aug. 7, 1862.

George J. Geiser, April 12, 1863; promoted from sergeant major April 12, 1863; discharged Feb. 17, 1864.

Quartermaster Sergeant.

Thomas McGinley, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; veteran.

Commissary Sergeant.

John W. Rhorback, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; mustered out as sergeant Co. F June 20, 1865; veteran.

Sergeants.

William Strickland, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 1, 1861.

James McCahan, Aug. 28, 1861; disch on surgeon's certificate Feb. 1, 1862.

John W. Bruner, Aug. 28, 1861; pris. June 9, 1863; transferred to U.S. Signal Corps March 1, 1864; veteran.

John O. Clark, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; veteran.

Francis S. Speigle, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; veteran,

Samuel Kilpatrick, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to Co. F. batt. Sept. 1,1864;

to Co. A. Nov. 1, 1864; promoted to 1st sergeant; com. 2nd lieutenant March 4, 1865; not mustered; must, out by consolidation June 20, 1865.

John W. Taylor, Aug. 28, 1861; missing in action at St. Mary's Church, Va., June 24, 1864.

George W. Cyphers, Aug. 28, 1861; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

R.G. Howerter, Sept. 1, 1861; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Corporals.

John S. Stubbs, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 1, 1861.

George W. Briggs, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate March, 1862.

Horace Failes, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; must, out as sergeant Co. F June 20, 1865; veteran.

John D. Richards, Aug. 28, 1861; wounded and prisoner June 24, 1864; died at Andersonville Aug. 17, 1864; grave 5940; veteran.

Henry C. Portner, Aug. 28, 1861; died June 22, 1864, of wounds received at White House, Va., June 21, 1864; veteran.

Philip Seiferts, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Jerome Kishbaum, Aug. 28, 1861; captured June 9, 1863; wounded May 28, 1864; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Isaac Kennedy, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Samuel W. Reese, Aug. 28, 1861; absent, sick, at muster out.

Adam Downs, Aug. 28, 1871; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Buglers.

John H. Lantz, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; veteran.

Milton Ruch, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Privates.

Adams, George, Aug. 28,1861; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Adams, James M., Aug. 28, 1861; promoted to 2nd lieutenant in Corps d'Afrique June 8, 1864.

Boyer, Jacob, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on Burg. certif. June, 1863.

Boyer, William, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate July 8, 1862.

Bailets, Russell, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps Sept. 23, 1863.

Bently, Abraham, Aug. 14, 1862; wounded at Brandy Station, Va., June 9, 1863; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; must, out in Co. F May 27, 1865.

Benninghoff, James, Aug. 28, 1861; wounded and prisoner at Mine Run, Va., from Nov. 27, 1863, to Nov. 20, 1864; mustered out March 6, 1865.

Corl, Abraham, Aug. 28, 1861; wounded at Bull Run Aug. 30, 1862, and Malvern Hill July 28, 1864; absent, in hospital, at muster out.

Campbell, Daniel, Aug. 28, 1861; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Cory, Warren R., Aug. 28, 1861; wounded at Culpeper, Va., Sept. 13, 1863; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Campbell, William S., Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to U.S. Signal Corps March 1, 1864; veteran.

Conzler, Ernest, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted to hospital steward October, 1861.

Cory, George A., Aug. 9, 1862; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; must, out in Co. F May 27, 1865.

Delancy, William P., Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Ely, William, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to Veteran Corps Nov. 6, 1863.

Ells, William, Aug. 28, 1861; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Farnwalt, Isaac, Aug. 28, 1861; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Fullerton, George, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged March 1, 1862, for wounds received in action.

Fisher, George W., Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate September, 1862.

Fritz, William D., Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; veteran.

Greaves, Francis M., Aug. 28, 1861; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Griffin, John, Aug. 28, 1861; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Grey, Mercer, Aug. 28, 1861; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Gates, David H., Aug. 28, 1861; discharged August, 1862, for wounds received in action.

Gunder, Joseph, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate March, 1862.

Gilliland, Samuel, Aug. 14, 1862; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; must, out in Co. F May 27, 1865.

Gray, William, Aug. 28, 1861; died at Brooks' Station, Va., Dec. 27, 1S62.

Gardner, Charles, Oct. 20, 1862; promoted to hospital steward Oct. 23, 1862.

Hall, Wilmer C., Sept. 1, 1861; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Hull, Robert P., Aug. 28, 1871; captured at Sulphur Springs, Va., August, 1862; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Hessner, Michael, Aug. 28, 1861; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Hughey, Samuel, Aug. 28, 1861 ; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Harper, Jonathan, Aug. 28, 1861; disch, on surgeon's certificate March 14, 1862.

Hutchison, Charles H., Aug. 14, 1862; disch, on Burg. certif. June, 1863.

Hatch, Arthur, Feb. 22, 1864; discharged on surgeon's certificate July 17, 1864.

Higby, Charles, Aug. 14, 1862; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; mustered out in Co. F May 27, 1865.

Hartsock, Thomas, Feb. 22, 1864; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864.

Hiler, Adam, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; veteran.

Hoffman, William, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 1, 1862.

Hawn, Samuel K.; wounded at St. Mary's Church, Va., June 24, 1864; supposed to have died.

Kritzer, James C., Aug. 28, 1861; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Lewis, John, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged Sept. 1, 1861, for wounds received in action.

Lloyd, William P., Sept. 1, 1861; promoted to hospital steward Dec. 18, 1862.

McDonald, James W., Aug. 28, 1861; sick in hospital since July 1,1863; died, date unknown.

McCullough, John C., Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps Sept. 20, 1863.

McCahan, John, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted to com. sergeant Feb. 28, 1862.

McFarland, Daniel, Aug. 28, 1861; captured Aug. 1, 1862; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; veteran.

Mullin, Patrick, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; veteran.

Munch, William, Aug. 28, 1861; drowned in James River, near Turkey Bend, May 16, 1864.

Myers, Israel, Aug. 28, 1861.

Newman, David W., Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Palsgrove, Samuel D., Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on Burg. certif. April, 1863.

Pugh, Evan, Aug. 14, 1862; wounded at Brandy Station, Va., June 9, 1863; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; promoted to com. sergeant; mustered out May 27, 1865.

Page, Henry W., Aug. 28, 1861; killed at Milford Station, Va., May 21, 1864; veteran.

Reed, John M., Aug. 28, 1861; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Rhoades, Adam, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Rittle, Daniel, Aug. 28, 1861; disch, on surgeon's certificate April, 1863.

Ruggles, Albert, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate 1862.

Rembaugh, Horatio, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 1, 1862.

Rox, Joseph, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate October, 1862.

Reese, William H., Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; mustered out as Corp. Co. F June 20, 1865; veteran.

Rosenberger, Cyrus, Aug. 28, 1861; died at Brooks' Station, Va., Jan. 27, 1863.

Rhoads, William, Aug. 28,1861; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Stoner, Leonard, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Shawley, Henry, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Sept, 9, 1864.

Swoap, Peter W., Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on sung. certif. March, 1862.

Seabolt, John, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate March 1, 1862.

Stewart, C.R., Aug. 9, 1862; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; must, out in Company F May 27, 1865.

Speigle, Martin J., March 29, 1864; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864.

Snell, Aaron, Aug. 28, 1861; wounded at Mine Run, Va., Nov. 27, 1863; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864; mustered out as corp. Co. F June 20, 1865; veteran.

Uhler, John, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate March, 1862.

Wike, William, Aug. 28, 1861; must, out with company Sept. 9, 1864.

Welty, Zachariah, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 8, 1863.

Wiggins, Daniel, February, 1862; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864.

Williams, John, February, 1862.

Zinkand, William, Feb. 22, 1864; transferred to batt. Sept. 1, 1864.

FORTY-SIXTH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS.

Company D of this regiment, recruited in Dauphin County, had been in the three months' service. The other companies, as a general thing, served in the first campaign, and were recruited in Allegheny, Berks, Potter, Luzerne, and Northumberland Counties.

Rendezvousing at Camp Curtin, the regiment was organized on the 1st of September, 1861, by the selection of the following field-officers: Joseph F. Knipe, of Dauphin County, who had served during the three months' campaign on the staff of general E.C. Williams, colonel; James L. Selfridge, from captain of Company C, lieutenant-colonel; Arnold C. Lewis, major. On the 22nd of September, major Lewis, while attempting to enforce discipline in a case of insubordination, was shot and instantly killed by a private of Company I, who afterwards suffered the extreme penalty of the law for his offense. captain J.A. Matthews, of Company A, was promoted to major.

Upon the resignation of general Patterson from the command of the Army of the Shenandoah, general Banks was appointed to succeed him. His forces were posted on the Upper Potomac, along the Maryland shore, in the neighborhood of Harper's Ferry. Soon after its organization, the Forty-sixth was ordered to general Banks' command. Upon its arrival it was assigned to the First Brigade (under general S.W. Crawford) of the Second Division of his corps. Little of interest, save the usual drill and camp duty and an occasional skirmish with the enemy, occurred until the opening of the spring campaign. In January, 1862, Stonewall Jackson, with a well-appointed force of all arms, having for some time occupied the Shenandoah Valley, had pushed out as far west as Hancock, where he was met and driven back by general Lander. Lander pursued but soon after died, and was succeeded in command by general Shields, who continued the pursuit

to Winchester. On the 24th of February, general Banks commenced crossing the Potomac at Harper's Ferry, and occupied, in turn, Leesburg, Charlestown, Martinsburg, and Winchester. Shields continued the pursuit of Jackson as far as New Market, whence he returned to Winchester. In the mean time Banks had dispatched one division of his corps to Centreville, and had himself departed for Washington. Considering himself superior to the Union force remaining, Jackson turned upon Shields, and a severe engagement ensued in the neighborhood of Kernstown. Three companies of the Forty-sixth, under command of major Matthews, arrived upon the field in time to participate in the conflict. Jackson was beaten, and Banks returning gave chase, which was continued to Woodstock. In this pursuit the Forty-sixth was conspicuous, Col. Knipe manifesting his usual enterprise and daring.

Jackson, who was fearful of a union of the forces of Fremont and Banks, marched hastily across the mountain to McDowell, where he encountered the head of Fremont's column, under Milroy and Schenck, and defeated it, inflicting considerable loss. Returning with his characteristic celerity of movement, and masking his progress by his cavalry, he fell suddenly upon Col. Kenley, occupying an outpost at Front Royal, and, routing his small force, was making for the rear of Banks' army, before the latter was aware of an enemy's presence in his front. Turning his trains towards the Potomac, and dispersing the rebel cavalry which appeared upon his rear, Banks commenced his retreat down the valley. Finding that he must make a stand to save his trains, he drew up his little army in line of battle in front of Winchester, and with an entire force of only about seven thousand men prepared to meet Jackson with not less than twenty thousand. For five hours the unequal contest was maintained, the Forty-sixth holding its ground with unexampled coolness and bravery. At length, finding himself outflanked and likely to be overpowered, he withdrew and made his way to the Potomac, where his trains had already arrived and crossed in safety. In this engagement the Forty-sixth lost four killed, ten wounded, and three taken prisoners. The loss to the Union force in withdrawing through the streets of the town was considerable, the inhabitants, both male and female, vying with each other in pouring forth insults and deadly missiles. "My retreating column," says general Banks in his official report, "suffered serious loss in the streets of Winchester, males and females vied with each other in increasing the number of their victims by firing from the houses, throwing hand grenade s, hot water, and missiles of every description."

Upon the appointment of general Pope to the command of the Army of Northern Virginia, the scattered forces upon the Rappahannock, the Shenandoah, and in West Virginia were concentrated and were organized in three corps, commanded respectively by Sigel (formerly Fremont), Banks. and McDowell. On the 7th of August. 1862, Crawford's brigade was stationed at Culpeper Court-House. The divisions of Ewell and Stonewall Jackson, followed by that of Hill, a force twenty-five thousand strong, had already arrived upon the Rapidan, and had commenced crossing, driving back the Union cavalry. On the 8th, Crawford was ordered forward towards Cedar Mountain, and on the following morning Banks followed with the rest of his corps, consisting of seven thousand men. Jackson, having pushed forward his columns with celerity, had taken position with his artillery on Cedar Mountain, at an elevation of two hundred feet above the surrounding plain, but had kept his infantry masked under the shadow of the forests. Four guns had been advanced farther to the front and lower down the side of the mountain. These, with the more elevated ones, opened on Crawford's brigade, and at five o'clock P.M. the Union forces in two columns advanced to the attack. The position of the Forty-sixth fell opposite the enemy's advanced pieces, and upon these the men charged with desperate valor. But before reaching them they had to pass an open field, now covered with shocks of full-ripened wheat. Here they were fearfully exposed, and the enemy's artillery, and his strong lines of infantry concealed from view, poured in a merciless storm of shot and shell. Three times was it led to the charge across that fatal plain, when Col. Knipe fell severely wounded, and the regiment was withdrawn. "Had victory been possible," says Greeley, "they would have won it. . . . The best blood of the Union was poured out like water. . .

general Crawford's brigade came out of the fight a mere skeleton." The loss in the Forty-sixth was thirty killed, thirty-four severely wounded, and six prisoners. Among the killed were Lieuts. Robert Wilson, S.H. Jones, and William P. Caldwell, and among the wounded Col. Knipe, major Matthews, Capts. Lukenbaugh, Brooks, and Foulke, and Lieuts. Selheimer, Caldwell, Craig, and Matthews.

In the battle of Antietam, Banks' corps was commanded by general Mansfield, and early in the day of September 17th was led to the support of Hooker, battling with a heavy force of the enemy on the extreme right of the line, across Antietam Creek. Crawford's brigade was sent to the support of Ricketts' division, and advanced carrying the woods to the right of and beyond the cornfield, and maintained its position until relieved by Sedgwick's division of Sumner's corps. The Forty-sixth was here led by Col. Knipe, although suffering from the effects of his wounds. The loss was six killed and three severely wounded. captain George A. Brooks, of Harrisburg, was among the killed. Soon after the battle of Antietam, Col. Knipe was promoted to brigadier-general, and assigned to the command of the brigade; lieutenant-Col. Selfridge was promoted to colonel; major Matthews to colonel of the One Hundred and Twenty-eighth Pennsylvania, which was assigned to Knipe's brigade; captain William L. Foulke, of Company B, to lieutenant-colonel, and captain Cyrus Strouse, of Company K, to major. Upon the inauguration of the Fredericksburg campaign, the Forty-sixth, which was then lying with the division at Fairfax, was ordered forward, but did not arrive upon the field in time to be engaged.

In the reorganization of the army, which was made upon the accession of general Joseph Hooker to the chief command, Knipe's brigade became the Second of the First Division of the Twelfth Corps, the division being commanded by general A.S. Williams, and the corps by general Slocum.

On the 27th of April, 1863, the Eleventh and Twelfth Corps, which had been lying near Falmouth during the winter, marched north to Kelly's Ford, where they crossed the Rappahannock, thence to Germania Ford, where they crossed the Rapidan, and arrived at Chancellorsville without encountering serious opposition. Here it was joined by the Fifth Corps, and on the 30th by the Third Corps. There were three roads centring at Chancellorsville, the main direction of each being eastward. Upon each of these Hooker ordered an advance on the morning of the 1st of May, Meade upon the left, Sykes commanding a division of regulars belonging to the Fifth Corps in the centre, and Howard upon the right. At two o'clock P.M., the movement commenced, and after proceeding some three miles the central column encountered the enemy in considerable force, and Knipe's brigade was sent to its support, where it was engaged, and lost some men; whereupon Hooker ordered a retrograde movement and a concentration upon the line of the previous night with the Chancellor House as headquarters, Meade on the left, Slocum in the centre, and Howard somewhat in the air on the right. Desultory fighting continued during the day of the 2nd of May, when, at near nightfall, Stonewall Jackson, with twenty -five thousand men, burst like an avalanche upon Howard's corps, resting unsuspicious of danger, and drove it in rout and confusion in upon the centre. This brought the enemy upon Slocum's right, and during the early part of the night a sharp conflict was kept up, wherein Knipe's brigade was engaged, losing many in killed and wounded, and a considerable number of prisoners. Here fell major Strouse, his body riddled with bullets, while attempting to escape when called on to surrender. At midnight a countercharge was made by Birney's division, and a part of the guns lost by Howard, and his abandoned rifle-pits, were regained, and the enemy thrown into same confusion. On the morning of the 3d, Williams' brigade was sent to the support of Birney, and here the battle raged with great fury, the enemy losing heavily, and being broken and driven in great confusion. Upon the return of Hooker to the north bank of the Rappahannock the regiment occupied its old camp, where it remained until the advance of the army into Pennsylvania. The loss in the Chancellorsville campaign was four killed, a considerable number wounded, two severely, and two taken prisoners. major Strouse and lieutenant O.R. Priestly were among the killed.

Early in June, Lee commenced a movement north, marching down the Shenandoah Valley, and crossing the Potomac at Williamsport. On the 1st of July he met the Union army at Gettysburg. On the evening of the same day the Twelfth Corps arrived upon the field, and was posted on the right of the line holding the summits of Culp's Hill, where a formidable breastwork was thrown up. On the afternoon of the 2nd the First and Second Divisions were ordered to the support of the left, leaving their works unoccupied, save by a thin line of Green's brigade, of the Second Division. During their absence the enemy attacked and carried the left of the works, and, upon their return at evening, they found the rebels in possession. Dispositions were promptly made to retake them. Before dawn of the 3d a heavy fire of infantry and artillery was opened upon the enemy, and after an obstinate resistance of several hours he was driven back at the point of the bayonet. The Forty-sixth held the extreme right of the line, and after the reoccupation of the breast-works, was pushed across an open space beyond Spangler's Spring, and held a piece of wood fringing Rock Creek. The loss, owing to the sheltered position which the regiment occupied, was inconsiderable.

Upon the withdrawal of Lee into Virginia, the Union army followed up his line of retreat, at the same time covering Washington until it reached the Rapidan. Here the Eleventh and Twelfth Corps were detached from the Army of the Potomac and ordered to the support of Rosecrans in Tennessee and Northern Georgia. Marching to Washington, the regiment proceeded by rail to Nashville. Here the First Division was detailed to guard time Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad from Tullahoma to Bridgeport. The country through which the road passes was infested with guerrillas and rebel cavalry, ever watchful for an opportunity to destroy the road and to wreck the trains. It was vital to the existence of the army that this line should be kept open and that it should be operated to its utmost capacity. The vigilance and fidelity with which this service was performed on the part of the Forty-sixth elicited the warm approval of its superior officers.

Early in January, 1864, a large proportion of the officers and men of the regiment having re-enlisted for a second term of three years, insuring its continuance as an organization, they were given a veteran furlough and proceeded to Pennsylvania.* Here its ranks were rapidly recruited, and upon its return the division rejoined the corps in winter-quarters in and about Chattanooga.

On the 6th of May Sherman's army, seventy thousand strong, with one hundred and fifty guns, broke up winter-quarters amid moved on the ever memorable Atlanta campaign. At Dalton, where Johnston, who commanded the rebel army, was first met, the enemy was turned out of a position strong by nature and well fortified by a flank movement through Snake Creek Gap, which had already been captured by Geary's division.

Following up the retreating enemy, Sherman found him well intrenched at Resaca, prepared to dispute his further progress. Here Sherman again attempted a movement by the right flank; but Johnston, taking advantage of his antagonist's weakened lines in front, delivered a heavy and well-sustained attack, falling upon the divisions of Hooker and Schofield. He found Hooker not unprepared for the encounter, and after a bloody conflict Johnston was driven, with a loss of four guns and many prisoners. In this engagement the Forty-sixth participated, losing three killed and five wounded.

Pushing the enemy steadily back, on the 25th of May the regiment was again engaged at Pumpkinvine Creek and at New Hope Church. The country is here broken and the enemy was well intrenched, his lines stretching across Lost, Pine, and Kenesaw Mountains, from Dallas to Marietta, presenting an unbroken front. From the 25th of May until near the middle of June, Sherman, always fruitful in resources, operated against the enemy's lines, compelling him, by constant battering and picket firing and by frequent assaults gradually to give ground, taking first Pine Knob, then Lost Mountain, and at length the long line of breastworks connecting the latter with Kenesaw. Finally, on the 22nd of June, the enemy, finding himself slowly but surely pushed from his strong position, suddenly assumed the offensive and made a furious attack upon Hooker's corps, in position near the Culp House. It fell principally upon Knipe's brigade and was led by Hood, but signally failed. Hood was repulsed with heavy loss, including some prisoners. "Williams' division," says general Thomas in his official report, skirmished itself into position on the right of Geary's division, the right of Williams resting at Culp's house, on the Powder Spring and Marietta road. About 4 P.M. the enemy in heavy force attacked Knipe's brigade in its advanced position before his men had time to throw up any works, and persisted in the assault until sundown, when they withdrew, their ranks hopelessly broken, each assault having been repelled with heavy loss." In the various engagements at Dallas, Pine Knob, Kenesaw Mountain, and Marietta, in all of which the Forty-sixth participated, the loss was fourteen killed and about thirty wounded. captain D.H. Chesebro and lieutenant J.W. Phillips were among the killed.

On the 16th of July Sherman crossed the Chattahoochee River, and sweeping around to the left, began closing in upon Atlanta, McPherson reaching out to strike the Augusta Railroad. While these movements were in full progress and the army only partially across Peach Tree Creek, a considerable stream running in a westerly direction in front of Atlanta, Hood again attacked, leading a heavy force and precipitating it with great violence upon the Union columns, falling principally upon Newton's and upon Hooker's corps. The Forty-sixth was much exposed and suffered severely; but with ranks undismayed, led by Col. Selfridge, who was in the thickest of the fight, conspicuous by his white, flowing locks, encouraging and steadying his men, they hurled back the rebel hordes at the point of the bayonet. With columns sadly decimated, Hood retreated from the field, leaving five hundred dead, one thousand severely wounded, and many prisoners in the hands of the victors. The loss in the regiment was ten killed and twenty-two wounded. captain S.T. Ketrer, Lieuts. H.J. Davis, Samuel Wolf, and David C. Selheimer, and Adj. Luther R. Whitman were among the killed.

Shifting the Army of the Tennessee from the left to the extreme right, Sherman was preparing to cut off the railroads and invest the city on the south, when Hood, detecting the movement, again fell upon the Union lines only partially formed. The attack was made with the rebel leader's characteristic impetuosity, but it fell like the beating of the mad waves of the sea against the immovable cliff. The regiment lost here six killed and a considerable number wounded.

On the 1st of September Atlanta surrendered and Sherman's victorious columns entered the city in triumph. The hard fighting of the regiment was now ended. general Knipe was here transferred to the command of cavalry and Col. Selfridge to the brigade, leaving Major Patrick Griffith in command of the regiment. On the 11th of November Sherman commenced his march to the sea. On the 21st of December he reached Savannah, and after a brief conflict at Fort McAllister took possession of the city. With but a brief respite he faced his columns to the north, and on the 17th of February Columbia, the capital of South Carolina, was taken without resistance, and a month later he reached Goldsborough, the end of his hostile wayfaring. Johnston surrendered on the 26th of April, and the army immediately commenced its homeward march. On the 16th of July, 1865, the Forty-sixth Regiment, after nearly four years of faithful service, was mustered out near Alexandria, Va.

ROLL OF COMPANY D, FORTY-SIXTH REGIMENT (THREE YEARS' SERVICE).

Recruited in Dauphin Coasty.

Captains.

George A. Brooks, Sept. 2, 1861; killed at Antietam Sept. 17, 1862.

Edward L. Witman, Sept. 2, 1861; promoted from 1st lieutenant to captain to lieutenant-col. 210th regiment P.V. Sept. 26, 1864.

T.J. Novinger, Sept. 2, 1861; pro, to corp. Oct. 1, 1861; to sergeant Nov. 26, 1862; to 1st sergeant Nov. 18, 1863; to 1st lieutenant March 20, 1864; to captain Dec. 18, 1864; prisoner from August 9th to October, 1862; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

First Lieutenants.

Julio W. Geiger, Sept. 2, 1861; dismissed July 6, 1863.

Jacob H. Shepler, Sept. 2, 1861; pro, to corp. Oct. 1, 1861; to sergeant Nov. 26, 1862; to 1st sergeant March 20, 1864; to 2nd lieutenant Sept. 29, 1864; to

1st lieutenant Dec. 18, 1864; prisoner from May 3 to May 16, 1863; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Second Lieutenants.

Oliver B. Simmons, March 1, 1862; resigned June 5, 1863.

Samuel Wolf, Sept 2, 1861; pro, from 1st sergeant to 2nd lieutenant Aug. 4, 1863; killed at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864.

John L. Long, Sept. 2, 1561; promoted from corp. to sergeant March 21, 1864; to 1st sergeant Sept. 29, 1864; to 2nd lieutenant Dec. 18, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865.

First Sergeants.

H.A. Weidensaul, Sept. 2, 1861; captured at Cedar Mountain Aug. 9, 1862; promoted to corp. May 18, 1863; to sergeant Oct. 1, 15u4; to 1st sergeant July 1, 1865; com. 2nd lieutenant Co. F, July 15,1865; not mustered; must, out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Samuel Bernheisel, Sept. 2,1861; died at Alexandria, Va., Sept. 26, 1862, of wounds received at Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9, 1862.

Sergeants.

Edward D. Wells, Dec. 29, 1863; pro, to corp. Jan. 19,1864; to sergeant Jan. 1, 1865; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Edward Rhoades, Jan. 5, 1864; prisoner from May 2 to May 15, 1863; promoted to corp. April 19, 1864; to sergeant April 1, 1865; must, out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

William Walker, July 14, 1863; drafted; promoted to corp. Sept. 1, 1864; to sergeant July 1, 1865; mustered out with company July 16, l865.

William Marts, Jan. 13,1864; pro, to corp. Nov. 26, 1s62; to sergeant Nov. 18, 1863; wounded at Dallas, Ga., May 25,1864; absent, in hospital, at muster out; veteran.

Samuel B. Potteiger, Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 10, 1862.

John Care, Sept. 2, 1861; promoted to 1st lieutenant Co. I, March 14, 1862.

George Durrell, Sept. 2, 1861; killed at Cedar Mountain Aug. 9, 1862.

Henry C. Knipe, Sept. 2, 1861; died at Annapolis, Md., April 23, 1865.

Corporals.

William Mease, Jan. 13, 1864; prisoner from May 2 to May 15, 1863; promoted to corp. Nov. 18, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865 veteran.

Alexander E. James, Jan. 13, 1864; promoted to corp. Sept. 18, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

William Reimert, Jan. 13, 1864; promoted to corp. Oct. 1, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

John H. Hoke, Jan. 13, 1864; captured at Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9, 1862; promoted to corp. May 1, 1865; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Edward King, Jan. 13, 1864; prisoner from May 2 to May 15, 1863; promoted to corp. May 1, 1865; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

John Houser, Jan. 13, 1864; prisoner from May 2 to May 15, 1863; wounded at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864; promoted to Corp. June 1, 1865; must, out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Elias Boyer, Jan. 13, 1864; promoted to corp. July 1, 1865; must, out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

William H. Bachman, Jan. 13, 1864; promoted to corp. Nov. 18, 1864; wounded in action; absent, in hospital, at muster out; veteran.

Thomas J. Elder, Sept. 2, 1862; promoted to corp. Oct. 1, 1864; mustered out June 5, 1865.

Jacob Killinger, Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 18, 1862.

James F. O'Donnell, Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Aug. 22, 1862.

Alexander Rhoades, Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 5, 1863.

John Yeager, Sept. 2, 1861; mustered out Sept. 18, 1864, expiration of term.

Matthew C. Taylor, Sept. 2, 1861; mustered out Sept. 18, 1864, expiration of term.

Frederick Sarber, Sept. 2, 1861; killed at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864; veteran.

Samuel O. Nace, Sept. 2, 1861; missing at Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9, 1862.

John Lang, Jan. 13, 1864; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Musicians.

Charles H. Renhard, Jan. 13, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Charles H. Spade, Feb. 29, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865.

Privates.

Albright, John A., Feb. 24, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865.

Albert, Joseph, Sept. 2, 1861; wounded in action, with loss of leg; discharged Jan. 4, 1864.

Allison, John, Sept. 2, 1862; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps Sept. 30, 1863.

Bedillion, William, July 14, 1863; drafted; must, out with company July 6, 1865.

Brunner, Urias, July 14, 1863; drafted; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

Brunner, William, July 14, 1863; drafted; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

Beddleyoung, William, Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 10, 1862.

Brumbaugh, James A., Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate July 3, 1862.

Blowers, John Q., July 14, 1863; drafted; discharged on surgeon's certificate April 20, 1865.

Bedillion, John, July 14, 1863; drafted; discharged by G.O. June 5, 1865.

Bousman, George, Aug. 6, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 8, 1865.

Barr, Alexander, July 14, 1863; drafted; killed at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864.

Chubb, Philip, Jan, 13, 1864; prisoner from May 25, 1862, to March, 1863; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Craft, Jonathan, July 14, 1863; drafted; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

Chisholm, John W., Jan. 13, 1864; wounded at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864; absent, in hospital, at mustered out; veteran.

Cassel, John H., Sept. 2, 1861; transferred to Battery F, 4th regiment U.S. Art., Oct. 22, 1862.

Clawson, William, July 13, 1863; drafted; missing in action at Culp's Farm, Ga., June 22, 1864.

Cummings, Eli, Sept. 2, 1861.

Deafenbaugh, S.A., Jan. 13, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Donley, William, Sept. 2, 1861; must, out Nov. 8, 1864, at exp. of term,

Dennis, Daniel, Sept. 2, 1861; died at Harrisonburg, Va., April 30, 1862.

Douney, Benjamin, Sept. 2, 1861, killed at Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9, 1862.

Early, Claudius, Feb. 27, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

Early, Joseph, Sept. 2, 1861; mustered out Nov. 18, 1864, at exp. of term.

Ebersole, John C., Jan. 13, 1864; killed at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864; veteran.

Early, Elias, Jan. 13, 1864; died at Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 17, 1864; veteran.

Ensinger, William, Sept. 2, 1861; missing in action at Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9, 1862.

Frantz, David, Jan, 13, 1864; prisoner from May 2 to May 15, 1865 mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Frantz, Henry, Jan, 13, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Flickner, Peter, Jan. 13, 1864; prisoner from May 24, 1862, to June, 1863; wounded at Culp's Farm, Ga., June 22, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Frautz, Alexander G., Feb. 26, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

Fuller, Charles D., Sept. 2,1861; detected as being a female; discharged, date unknown.

Faith, Francis, July 13, 1863; drafted; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 21, 1864.

Foster, Francis A., Aug. 31, 1861; transferred to 42nd regiment P.V. September, 1861.

Fought, James B., Sept. 2, 1861.

Geiger, Peter, Jan. 13, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Geiger, Frederick, Jan. 13, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Gord, Jacob, Sept. 2, 1861; must, out Oct. 12, 1864, at exp. of term.

Geiger, Jacob, Jan, 13, 1864; wounded in action with loss of leg; discharged May 27, 1865; veteran.

Geiger, Joseph, Sept. 2, 1861; died July 31, 1864, of wounds received at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864; buried at Chattanooga, Tenn., grave 247.

Griffin, Archibald B., Sept. 2, 1861; mustered out by special order July 5, 1865; veteran.

Hamilton, William H., Jan. 13, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Helmerick, Anthony, Jan. 13, 1864; prisoner from Feb. 27 to March 30, 1865; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Hiney, Samuel, March 7, 1864; captured near Bentonville, N.C., March 8, 1865; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

Hammaker, Samuel, Feb. 24, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

Hammaker, Henry, Feb. 19, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865.

Head, Smith, Oct. 17, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

Hancock, Andrew, July 14, 1863; drafted; must, out with company July 16, 1865.

Henderson, Elijah, July 14, 1863; drafted; must, out with company July 16, 1865.

Hoke, Cornelius, Sept. 2, 1861; mustered out Sept. 18, 1864, at exp. of term.

Hancock, William, July 14, 1863; drafted; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

Johnson, William, Jan. 13, 1864; prisoner from Feb. 28 to March 30, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 2, 1865; veteran.

Knouff, Henry, March 7, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865.

Koppenhafer, Samuel, Feb. 23, 1864; absent, in arrest, at muster out; veteran.

Kreiser, Peter, Feb. 19, 1864; must, out July 10, 1865.

Kraft, George, July 14, 1863; drafted; absent, sick, at muster out.

Kocher, John, Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 12, 1862.

Kelley, Orth N., July 13, 1864; drafted; prisoner from March 14 to April 2, 1865; discharged June 2, 1865.

Koppenhafer, Daniel, Jan. 13, 1864; died Aug. 26, 1864, of wounds received at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864; buried at Chattanooga, Tenn., grave 503; veteran.

Kreiser, John, Sept. 2, 1861; missing in action at Chancellorsville, Va., May 2, 1863.

Liddick, Cyrus, Jan. 13, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Lenhart, Samuel H., Feb. 29, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

Lehman, George, Aug. 6, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 8, 1865.

Leibrick .George T., Sept. 2, 1861; discharged by order of War Department Sept. 2, 1862.

Long, Leonard, Sept. 2, 1861; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps Feb. 15, 1864.

Lyne, Thomas, Sept. 2, 1861; died Aug. 12, 1862, of wounds received at Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9, 1862.

Laudcrabbe, Aug., July 25, 1863; drafted; died March 7, 1864; buried at Stone River; grave 144.

Luce, William, July 25, 1863; drafted; died Sept. 2, 1864, of wounds received at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864; buried at Chattanooga, Tenn.; grave 638.

Maeder, Henry, Aug. 25, 1863; drafted; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

Miller, William, Aug. 25, 1863; drafted; must, out with company July 16, 1865.

Murton, Alfred, Aug. 25, 1863; drafted; mustered out June 28, 1865.

Mountz, John, Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 24, 1862.

Martin, Frank, Sept. 2, 1801; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 21, 1862.

Major, John C., July 2, 1862; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Muman, Christopher, Aug. 6, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 8, 1865.

Mease, Christopher, Feb. 17, 1864; killed at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864.

Miller, David, Sept. 2, 1861.

Miller, Alexander, Sept. 2, 1861.

McFarland, Charles B., Jan. 13, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

McIntire, William, Feb. 22, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

McCurdy, Archibald, July 14, 1863; drafted; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

McDevitt, John, Feb. 23, 1864; killed at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864.

McIntire, James, July 13, 1863; drafted.

McCanal, Hugh, not mustered into United States service.

Ney, Daniel, Jan. 13, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Nooman, John, Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 24, 1862.

Ney, Levi, Jan. 13, 1864; died July, 1864, of wounds received at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864; veteran.

Noringer, Samuel, Sept. 2, 1861.

Orth, Alexander M., Sept. 2, 1861; mustered out Nov. 4, 1864, at exp. of term.

Powley, Joseph, Jan. 31, 1864; prisoner from Feb. 27 to March 30,;1865; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Price, John, Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 18, 1863.

Paulus, Jonathan, Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 14, 1862.

Powley, Simon, Sept. 2, 1861; mustered out October, 1864, at exp. of term.

Parsons, Peter, Feb. 29, 1864; died at Decherd, Tenn., April 19, 1864.

Reigle, Mitchell, Jan. 13, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Reigle, William, Jan. 13, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Reese, James, Jan. 13, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Roottiger, Charles, July 25, 1864; discharged June 8, 1865, by G.O.

Seigfried, William, Jan. 13,1864; wounded and prisoner at Cedar Mountain, Va., Aug. 9, 1862; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Spotts, John, Feb. 19, 1864; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

Shelly, John, Jan. 13, 1834; wounded, with loss of leg, at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864; absent, in hospital, at muster out; veteran.

Sheets, Joseph J., July 30, 1864; prisoner; absent, sick, at muster out.

Sowers, Israel, Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 19, 1862.

Smith, Joseph J., Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 19, 1862.

Sullenberger, Joseph, Sept. 2, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 25, 1863.

Shannon, James, Sept. 2, 1861; must, out Sept. 18, 1864, at exp. of term.

Shepler, John, Sept. 2, 1861; must, out Sept. 18, 1864, at exp. of term.

Stingle, James, Aug. 30, 1862; discharged June 8, 1865, by G.O.

Smith, John, July 14, 1863; drafted; discharged June 5, 1865, by G.O.

Snoddy, William, Aug. 5,1864; discharged June 8, 1865, by G.O.

Snoddy, John, Aug. 5, 1864; ,discharged June 8, 1865, by G.O.

Shellenberger, Jeremiah, Aug. 6, 1864; discharged June 8, 1865, by G.O.

Stouffer, William, Aug. 6, 1864; discharged June 8, 1865, by G.O.

Stager, William H., Aug. 6,1864; discharged June 8, 1863, by G.O.

Saul, Levi, Aug. 6, 1864; discharged June 8, 1865, by G.O.

Stoutseberger, G.E., Feb. 19, 1864; died Feb. 27, 1865, of wounds received at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864.

Swayer, William, Sept. 2, 1861.

Spotts, Aaron, Feb. 19, 1864; mustered out July 16, 1865.

Townsend, Thomas, March 2, 1864; not on muster out roll.

Tromble, Solomon, Jan. 13,1864; prisoner from Aug. 9 to October, 1862; mustered out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Thoman, Samuel, Sept. 2, 1861; killed at Winchester, Va., May 25, 1862; buried in National Cemetery, lot 18.

Vanscoter, William, March 11, 1864; wounded and missing at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 20, 1864.

Weaver, George, Jan. 13, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865; veteran.

Wambach, Jacob T., Feb. 23, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865.

White, James, Aug. 25, 1863; drafted; mustered out with company July 16, 1865.

Waltermire, Wesley, Aug. 6, 1864; discharged June 8, 1865, by G.O.

Wenrich, Amos M., Sept. 2,1861; drowned at dam No. 6, Maryland, Jan. 31, 1862.

Wenrich, John J., Sept. 2, 1861; killed at Gettysburg, Pa., July 3, 1863.

Warisher, Samuel, Sept. 2, 1861; killed in action June 19, 1864.

Zeiger, Cyrus, Jan. 13, 1864; must, out with company July 16, 1865 veteran.

Zeigler, James M., Feb. 29, 1864; not on muster-out roll.



FIFTY-FOURTH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS.

This regiment, recruited principally in the counties of Cambria, Somerset, Dauphin, Northampton, and Lehigh, in 1861, rendezvoused at Camp Curtin, and was organized by the selection of the following field-officers: Jacob M. Campbell, of Cambria County, colonel; Barnabas McDermit, of Cambria County, lieutenant-colonel; John P. Linton, of Cambria County, major. Col. Campbell and many of the officers and men had served during the three months' campaign, and lieutenant-Col. McDermit possessed military experience acquired in the Mexican war. The men were drilled by squads and companies while in camp, and Company F, captain Davis, for some time performed guard duty at the State arsenal. On the 27th of February, 1862, the regiment was ordered to Washington, and upon its arrival went into camp near Bladensburg Cemetery. Here the altered flintlock muskets furnished by the State were exchanged for the Belgian rifles. On the 29th of March the regiment was ordered to proceed to Harper's Ferry, and report to Col. Miles. Upon his arrival Col. Campbell was directed to make a disposition of his force along the line of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, and Company F, captain G.W.P. Davis, was stationed at Sleepy Creek Bridge, seventeen miles west of Martinsburg. The country through which that portion of the railroad runs, which the regiment was required to guard, was considered by the rebels as their own territory, and the majority of the population in the vicinity was rebel at heart. Numerous guerrilla bands, led by daring and reckless chieftains, roved the country, pillaging and burning the property of Union inhabitants, and watchful for an opportunity to burn the railroad bridges, cut the wires of the telegraph, and destroy the road. To guard this great thoroughfare, of vital importance to the government, to suppress guerrilla warfare, to afford protection to the harassed and helpless people, was the duty which the regiment was assigned to perform. Col. Campbell at once assumed the offensive, and hunted them instead of waiting to let them hunt him. Almost daily, from some part of the line, squads were sent out to engage and capture these roving bands led by such partisans as Edwards, White, Imboden, and McNeil, and many were brought in.

On Sunday morning, the 25th of May, 1862, all the locomotives on the railroad west of Harper's Ferry were hurried through to Cumberland, the engineers bringing the first intelligence of the retreat of Banks and the approach of Stonewall Jackson to Martinsburg. At nine o'clock that night Col. Campbell received the following dispatch from Col. Miles: "Concentrate your regiment at South Branch. general Banks defeated and driven through Martinsburg. Expect an attack here hourly. Mean to fight." The success of Jackson, and the consequent withdrawal from the road, had inspired the roving bands with new life, and they became more troublesome than ever, wandering up and down the country, pillaging indiscriminately from friend and foe. The several companies were kept constantly on the alert, and with an energy and enterprise rarely equaled, the territory was scoured, many of the squads penetrating the interior twenty and thirty miles, capturing and dispersing the guerrillas, restoring stolen property, and successfully protecting and preserving the road.

The rebel army having defeated McClellan upon the Peninsula, and Pope at Bull Run, was now advancing into Maryland on the Antietam campaign. On the 11th of September his advance guard reached Back Creek. Communication with Col. Miles was severed, and soon after Harper's Ferry was invested by Jackson, the post, garrison, and immense military stores falling into the hands of the enemy. Col. Campbell telegraphed to general Kelly, in command in West Virginia, for orders. Kelly declined to give any, but advised the withdrawal from the road. This the colonel decided not to follow and clung to his position, which had now become perilous, his little band of nine hundred men, without artillery or cavalry, being the only 'Union forces at that time in the hostile territory of Virginia.

After the battle of Antietam, general McClellan, unaware of the presence of any Union troop's south of the Potomac, sent a cavalry force to picket the Maryland shore. Seeing soldiers in blue across the river they regarded Col. Campbell's men as rebels in disguise, and it was with difficulty that they could be undeceived. Upon the surrender of Miles the brigade to which the regiment belonged had disappeared. A report to the general-in-chief soon brought an order attaching it to general Franklin's command.

Soon afterwards the regiment was attached to the command of general Morrell, left for the defense of the Upper Potomac, and subsequently, upon the organization of the Eighth Army Corps, it was assigned to the Third Brigade of the Second Division, commanded by general Kelly. On the 29th of January, 1863, the Fifty-fourth was attached to the Fourth Brigade of the First Division, department of West Virginia, Col. Campbell in command of the brigade, and lieutenant-Col. Linton of the regiment. On the 3d of April, the enemy having attacked a forage train above Burlington, the Fifty-fourth, with a battalion of cavalry, was sent in pursuit. At Purgitsville the rebel cavalry was encountered and driven, and some prisoners taken. The regiment continued here, scouting the country and capturing guerrillas who infested the region, until the 30th of June, when it moved to New Creek in anticipation of an attack upon Grafton. On the 6th of July, general Kelly moved his command, by forced marches, to co-operate with the Army of the Potomac, now driving the enemy from the field of Gettysburg. On the 10th he came upon the rebel pickets, and upon the withdrawal of the rebel army into Virginia he followed up the retreat, and on the 19th was heavily engaged. During the night he learned through a scout that the enemy in force was moving on his rear and immediately retreated into Maryland, leaving the Fifty-fourth alone upon the Virginia shore. The enemy approached and threw a few shells into its lines, but soon retired. On the 6th of November the brigade moved to Springfield, where a reorganization of the command took place, the Fifty-fourth being assigned to the First Brigade of the Second Division, Col. Campbell in command.

On the 4th of January, 1864, general Kelly apprehending an attack upon Cumberland, Col. Campbell, with part of his command, was ordered to its defense. A month later Company F, while guarding the railroad bridge at Patterson's Creek, was attacked by a party of the enemy under the notorious Harry Gilmor in the garb of Union soldiers. By this deception the rebels reached the picket line unsuspected, when they dashed into the camp, and after a short struggle compelled its surrender. Three of the company were killed and several wounded. After the surrender, Gilmor, with his own hand, shot and instantly killed Corporal Gibbs, an act which should stamp its perpetrator with infamy. Col. Campbell, at his own request, was relieved from time command of his brigade and assumed charge of his regiment.

About this time general Sigel relieved general Kelly, and immediately commenced preparations for a campaign in the Shenandoah Valley. On the 15th of May, while pushing his columns up the valley, Sigel struck a force of the enemy, unexpectedly large, under general Breckinridge, near New Market, prepared to offer battle. Confident of his ability to drive the opposing force, Sigel disposed his troops for battle. At the opening of the battle, the cavalry in passing to the rear threw the infantry into some confusion, breaking through its lines. Steadily the enemy moved forward to the attack, his long lines overlapping both flanks of Sigel's force. The artillery was plied with excellent effect, but could not stay the rebel columns. Arriving within easy musket range, the infantry of both sides opened simultaneously a heavy and mutually destructive fire. For some time the battle raged with great fury, but the enemy's superiority of numbers at length prevailed, and the Union lines were forced back, the Fifty-fourth retiring in good order, returning the fire of the enemy until he ceased to pursue. Sigel retreated to Cedar Creek, where he threw up defensive works. The loss of the regiment in this engagement was one hundred and seventy-four killed, wounded, and missing.

During the remaining summer months the regiment participated in the marches and counter-marches of the command, the exact object of which was probably best known to its leader. Upon the assumption of the chief command by general Sheridan, the army was reorganized and prepared for an active campaign. The Fifty-fourth marched with the command to Cedar Creek, participating in a series of heavy skirmishes, and with it fell back to Halltown. Here it remained until August 28th, when the enemy having disappeared from its front the whole force marched to Charlestown, and on the 3d of September to Berryville. On the day of its arrival a severe engagement occurred, lasting far into the night and ending in the complete repulse of the enemy. For four days the Army of West Virginia, now known as the Eighth Corps, bivouacked near Berryville, and was then transferred from the extreme left of the infantry line to the extreme right, at Summit Point. Here the Fifty-fourth remained until the 19th, repairing, as far as possible, the ravages of the campaign, distributing supplies, and assigning recruits, convalescents, and veterans returned from furlough.

On the 19th of December the main body of Sheridan's army marched from the valley to join Grant in front of Petersburg. The Fifty-fourth moved to Washington and thence to City Point, arriving on the 23d, and encamped on Chapin's farm. It was assigned to duty in the Army of the James.

Upon the muster out of service of the Third and Fourth Reserve Regiments in May, 1864, the veterans and recruits were at first organized into an independent battalion, which was subsequently united to the Fifty-fourth. On the 7th of February, 1865, the term of original enlistments having expired, an order from the War Department directed that the two organizations should be consolidated under the name of the Fifty-fourth Regiment. This was effected, and it was assigned to the Second Brigade, Independent Division of the Army of time James, commanded by general Ord.

On the morning of the 2nd of April the regiment was ordered to join in the general forward movement of the army, and proceeding with the brigade crossed the rebel works near the Boydton Plank Road, now abandoned, and approached Fort Gregg. Here a spirited resistance was offered, and it was not until a hot fire of infantry and artillery had been brought to bear upon the enemy that he yielded. In this brief engagement the regiment lost twenty killed and wounded.

The rebel army having been routed from its works about Petersburg, was retreating rapidly towards the North Carolina border. On the 5th of April two regiments, the Fifty-fourth Pennsylvania and the One Hundred and Twenty-third Ohio, Col. Kellogg, with two companies of the Fourth Massachusetts Cavalry, Col. Washburn, were ordered to make a forced march to High Bridge and effect its destruction for the purpose of cutting the enemy's way of retreat and delaying his columns. Arrived at Rice's Station, general Read, of Ord's staff, took command, and when within sight of the bridge made his dispositions for the attack. Before the column could be formed, word was brought that the vedettes at Rice's had been driven; nothing daunted, the little force promptly attacked. But the enemy had taken ample precautions for the safety of this their main avenue of escape, and after a desperate struggle, in which general Read was killed, Cols. Kellogg and Washburn wounded and taken prisoners, and a large proportion of the command killed or prisoners, surrounded on all sides by the main columns of the enemy's infantry and cavalry, it was forced to surrender. The loss of the Fifty-fourth was twenty-one killed and wounded. The captives were taken back to Rice's, where, to their astonishment, they beheld Longstreet's corps intrenched, having come up but a few moments after Read's column had passed in the morning.

The attack, though failing in its immediate purpose, subserved the main end; for Lee's columns were thereby delayed several hours, enabling Sheridan to sweep around the enemy's rear and complete the destruction and capture of that once proud and defiant army. For four days, without rations, the captives marched with the retreating rebel army, when to their great joy they were released from their captivity and their starving condition by Grant's victorious columns. From Appomattox Court-House the regiment was sent to Camp Parole, at Annapolis, Md., and on the 15th of July was mustered out of service at Harrisburg.

ROLL or COMPANY F, FIFTY-FOURTH REGIMENT (THREE YEARS' SERVICE).

recruited at Harrisburg.

Captains.

George W.P. Davis, Oct. 8, 1861; resigned March 16, 1863, on surgeon's certificate of disability.

John W. Hibler, Dec. 20, 1861; promoted from 1st lieutenant July 11, 1863; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., Aug. 14, 1864; grave 1298.

First Lieutenants.

William H. Miller, Nov. 1, 1861; promoted from sergeant to 2nd lieutenant July 4,

1864; to 1st lieutenant Nov. 30,1864; transferred to Co. G Dec. 14, 1864.

Lewis Rehr, Oct. 22, 1861; promoted from sergeant-major to 1st lieutenant March 27, 1864; to captain Co. B Nov. 30, 1864; veteran.

Second Lieutenants.

Robert Hamersley, Dec. 2, 1861; promoted from corp. Feb. 25, 1862; resigned Sept. 4, 1863.

John W. Burgien, Sept. 2, 1862; promoted from sergeant to 2nd lieutenant Dec. 14, 1864; transferred to Co. B, date unknown.

First Sergeants.

Barclay Cane, March 14, 1864; com. 1st lieutenant April 3, 1865; not mustered; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Henry Roat, Dec. 2, 1861; not on muster-out roll.

Sergeants.

Joseph R. Hummel, March 14, 1864; com. 2nd lieutenant April 3, 1865; not mustered; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Henry Wolford, Marsh 14, 1864; discharged by G.O. May .31, 1865; veteran.

John G. Strayer, March 14, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

William Holmes, March 14, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

John Roat, Dec. 2, 1861; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., June 28, 1864; grave 2602.

Benjamin Dilley, Dec. 2, 1861; transferred to Co. B, date unknown.

Henry K. Algert, Dec. 2, 1861; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., May 9, 1864; grave 975.

Corporals.

Thomas McClure, March 14, 1864; mustered out with company July 15, 1865; veteran.

Samuel Dunham, March 13, 1864; mustered out with company July 15, 1865; veteran.

Joseph Shoap, Feb. 22, 1864; mustered out with company July 15, 1865; veteran.

Allen L. Boyle, March 31, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Samuel D. Hummel, March 14, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Daniel W. Young, March 14, 1864; promoted to corp. March 1, 1865; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

John H. Kauffman, March 14, 1864; promoted to corp. March 1, 1865; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Reese Davis, March 31, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Archibald Rex, Dec. 2, 1861; transferred to Co. B, and reduced to the ranks, date unknown; veteran.

William H. Craig, Dec. 2, 1861.

David B. McDonald, Dec. 2, 1861.

Francis Carman, Dec. 2, 1861; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., April 4, 1864; grave 355.

Amos Rinehard, Dec. 2, 1861; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Alonzo Hannis, Dec. 2, 1861.

Musicians.

Christopher C. Bennett, Dec. 10, 1863; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

William Ehler, Dec. 2, 1861; not on muster-out roll.

Robert McDonald, Dec. 2, 1861; not on muster-out roll.

Privates.

Anthony, Isaac, Fob. 12, 1863; transferred to Co. E, date unknown.

Abel, Jerome, Feb. 25, 1862; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., July 29, 1864; grave 2648.

Bagnul, John, Oct. 4, 1861; mustered out with company July 15, 1865.

Bennett, Wesley, March 3, 1864; must, out with company July 15, 1865.

Bennett, Robert, March 14, 1864; mustered out with company July 15, 1865; veteran.

Bennett, William, March 14, 1864; discharged by G.O May 31, 1865; veteran.

Belton, Daniel, Feb. 5, 1863; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Berkeybill, George, Oct. 27, 1862; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Bidler, Samuel, March 17, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Bell, Richard L., April 14, 1864; killed near Petersburg April 2, 1865; veteran.

Brindle, John, April 5, 1864; not on muster-out roll.

Bannister, Thomas, Dec. 2, 1861.

Barr, Augustus J., Dec. 2, 1861; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., April 22, 1864; grave 673.

Bast, William, Jan. 2, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Baney, Moses. Jan. 2, 1862; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Boyer, John, Jan. 2, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Brookes, George W., Jan. 23, 1862.

Blank, William H., Feb. 25, 1862; prisoner from Feb. 2 to Dec. 16, 1864; mustered out April 13, 1865, at exp. of term.

Colley, Richard, Oct. 9, 1862; must, out with company July 15, 1865.

Clush, William, April 22, 1864; mustered out with company July 15, 1865

Camerer, Aloysius, March 14, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Carbitt, Peter, Aug. 1, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Conley, George, March 17, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Cowen, William, Oct. 27, 1862; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Crowers, Samuel, Jan. 26, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Crowers, John U., Oct. 7, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Cassady, James, Oct. 20, 1862; transferred to Co. H, date unknown.

Christner, Samuel, March 17, 1864; transferred to Co. C, date unknown.

Crider, Daniel H., March 14, 1864; not on muster-out roll.

Copple, Franklin, Dec. 2, 1861; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., June 30, 1864; grave 2695.

Chore, Michael, Jan. 2, 1862; prisoner from Feb. 2 to Dec. 10, 1864; mustered out Feb. 13, 1865, at exp. of term.

Clink, Henry, Feb. 17, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Deihl, Jacob G., Feb. 24, 1865; mustered out with company July 15, 1865.

Depher, John, March 14, 1864; mustered out with company July 15,1865; veteran.

Dougherty, Patrick, March 6, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Day, James F., March 6, 1864; transferred to Co. E, date unknown.

Dayspring, George, Feb. 22, 1864; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

DeHaven, George, Dec. 2, 1861.

Deily, Elwin, Jan. 2, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Dobbs, James, Jan. 23, 1862.

Diffenderfer, Robert, Dec. 2, 1861; prisoner from Feb. 2 to Nov. 30, 1864; mustered out Feb. 6, 1865, at exp. of term.

Ehrett, Charles, Aug. 1, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Euritt, Christian, May 30, 1863; discharged by G.O. Nay 31, 1865.

Eichelberger, H., Dee. 2, 1861.

Filer, Matthew, Nov. 3,1862; transferred to Co. C, date unknown.

Folckhomer, R., March 17, 1864; not on muster-out roll.

Francis, John, March 8, 1865; not on muster-out roll.

Finkley, George W., Jan. 2, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Fry, Tilghman, Jan. 2, 1862; transferred to Co. H, date unknown; veteran.

Ferrel, Jacob, Feb. 17, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Farlan, Joseph, Feb. 25, 1862; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., June 18, 1864; grave 2155.

Gahman, William, Aug. 17. 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Goughenour, David, March 14, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Gore, John A., March 14, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Gearhart, J.W.P., Feb. 26, 1864; not on muster-out roll.

Geisinger, John, Feb. 16, 1865; transferred to Co. G, date unknown.

Gindlesperger, P., Feb. 26, 1864; not on muster-out roll.

Gindlesperger, M., Nov. 3, 1862; transferred to Co. H, date unknown.

Gramling, A.S., Nov. 3, 1862; transferred to Co. H, date unknown.

Gibbs, Mason, Dec. 2, 1861; died, date unknown; buried in National Cemetery, Antietam, Md., Sec. 26, lot F, grave 597.

Griffey, Jeremiah, Dec. 2, 1861; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., Sept. 1, 1864; grave 7527.

Geiss, Christian, Jan. 23, 1862; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., March 23, 1864; grave 131.

Hummell, Benjamin F., March 14, 1864; mustered out with company July 15, 1865; veteran.

Hert, George, March 17, 1864; mustered out with company July 15, 1865.

Haines, William, Feb. 29, 1864; mustered out with company July 15, 1865.

Hammers, Martin, Feb. 26, 1864; mustered out with company July 15, 1865.

Henshew, Joseph, April 4, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Hoffman, Milton, Feb. 22, 1864; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Huff, Arthur, Dec. 2, 1861; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., May 14, 1864; grave 1080.

Hodes, William, Jan. 2, 1862; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Hoffman, Jones, Jan. 23, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Hull, Godfried, March 25, 1864; prisoner from July 24, 1864, to Feb. 21, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 2l, 1865.

Inglert, John, March 14, 1864; prisoner from May 15 to Nov. 27, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Jones, Lewis J., March 14, 1864; mustered out with company July 15, 1865; veteran.

Jordan, John, March 31, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Kramer, Gottleib, Feb. 29, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Kiper, George S., Aug. 25, 1862 ; not on muster-out roll.

Knowlden, John, March 5, 1863; not on muster-out roll.

Keech, Henry, Dec. 2, 1861; not on muster-out roll.

Kreigher, George, Dec. 2, 1861; captured; died at Richmond, Va., Feb. 23, 1864.

Kercher, David, Dec. 2, 1861; not on muster-out roll.

Kreiger, Simon, Jan. 2, 1862; mustered out Jan. 11, 1865, at exp. of term.

Kreiger, Martin, Jan. 2, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Kidman, John, Feb. 20, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Little, William J., Feb. 12, 1863; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Litz, Andrew W., March 1, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 14, 1865, to date May 24, 1865.

Lynn, Felix, Jan. 7, 1864; transferred to Co. H., date unknown.

Leonard, Charles, Dec. 2, 1861; must, out Jan. 6, 1865, to date exp. of term.

Lorhle, Simon, Dec. 2, 1861; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Ludgate, John, Dec. 2, 1861; not on muster-out roll.

Lynch, Charles, Dec. 2, 1861 ; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 30, 1862.

Long, Isaac, Jan. 2, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Miller, Owen, Feb. 22, 1864; mustered out July 15, 1865; veteran.

Mover, Lewis, March 16, 1864; prisoner from May 15, 1864, to March 16, 1865; discharged by G.O. July 20, 1865.

Minnich, Joseph, Jan. 27,1862; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Murphy, John H., Sept. 26, 1862; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Miller, Thomas, Feb. 28, 1862; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Morris, George, April 14, 1864; killed at Petersburg April 2, 1865; veteran.

Miller, Tobias, March 8, 1864; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Midenaught, Michael, Jan. 21, 1862; prisoner from Oct. 19, 1864, to Feb. 28, 1865; disch, by G.O. June 20, 1865, to date May 22, 1865.

Maine, John, Dec. 2, 1861; not on muster-out roll.

Menges, Israel, Dec. 2, 1861; prisoner from Feb. 2 to Nov. 18, 1864; discharged June 9, 1865, to date exp. of term.

May, Francis, Dec. 2, 1861; not on muster-out roll.

McClellan, Charles, March 6, 1804; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

McLane, William, Oct. 4, 1861; prisoner from April 6 to April 9, 1865; discharged June 5, 1865, to date May 15, 1865.

Nicholson, Silas, March 12, 1864; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Nine, Joseph, Jan. 2, 1862; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., April 14, 1864; grave 538.

Owens, Noah, March 14, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Oberly, Joseph, Feb. 3, 1862; transferred to Co. K. date unknown.

O'Neal, William, Feb. 22, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 26, 1865.

O'Conner, John, Feb. 20, 1862.

Pyle, James, Dec. 2, 1861.

Petreskey, Herman, Dec. 2, 1861; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., April 12, 1864; grave 500.

Painter, Michael, Dec. 2, 1861.

Patterson, John, Jan. 23, 1862; discharged Jan. 27, 1865, at exp. of term.

Powers, Pierce, Dec. 2, 1861; prisoner from Feb. 2 to Nov. 19, 1864; mustered out Jan. 9, 1865, to date exp. of term.

Prosser, Alexander, Jan. 30, 1864; not on muster-out roll.

Rogers, Joseph, March 14, 1864; prisoner from May 15 to Dec. 7, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Rust, Albert, Nov. 5, 1863; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Rehrig, George, Feb. 9, 1864; discharged by G.O. Aug. 22, 1865, to date July 16, 1865.

Rhineshith, David, March 15, 1864; not on muster-out roll.

Ries, Philip, March 18, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 26, 1865; veteran.

Rosenberger, Martin, March 18, 1864; not on muster-out roll.

Row, Henry, Dec. 2, 1861; transferred to Co. B, date unknown; veteran.

Rush, Stephen L., Dec. 2, 1861; died at Annapolis, Md., April 2, 1864.

Rake, James D., Jan. 2, 1862; not on muster-out roll,

Reed, Adam H., Feb. 17, 1862.

Ross, James, Feb. 24, 1864.

Roberts, Henry S., Aug. 17, 1861; prisoner from June 19 to Nov. 30, 1864; discharged by G.O. April 27, 1865.

Smith, John H., Feb. 17, 1865; must, out with company July 15, 1865.

Stull, Joseph, Feb. 9, 1864; mustered out with company July 15, 1865.

Smith, David, Jan. 14, 1865; absent at muster out.

Sims, John W., Aug. 21, 1862; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Steffen, John, Feb. 17, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Sims, Andrew J., July 19, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Sourbrine, Lewis, Feb. 15, 1862; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Steedman, William C., Dec. 2, 1861; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., Sept. 17, 1864; grave 9012.

Steedman, Marvin, Dec. 2, 1861; captured; died at Richmond, Va., April 10, 1864.

Sexton, John, Dec. 2, 1861; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Schiffert, Jacob, Jan, 23, 1862; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., June 4, 1864; grave 1620.

Stetler, Jacob, Jan. 23, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Spitzfaden, Andrew, Feb. 25, 1862; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., May 13, 1864; grave 1058.

Stephenson, Frank.

Teeters, Nathaniel, Feb. 17, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Thomas, Peter, Feb. 26, 4862; not on muster-out roll.

Ulrich, Jacob, March 10, 1865; mustered out with company July 15, 1865.

Vonhoff, Philip, Dec. 2, 1861.

Weaver, John B., Feb. 24, 1865; mustered out with company July 15, 1865.

Weddler, Henry, March 14, 1864; prisoner from May 15 to Dec. 6, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865; veteran.

Warn, Wesley, Feb. 27, 1864; disch, by G.O. June 29, 1865.

Wolford, Valentine, March 14, 1864; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Weiss, Francis S., Dec. 23, 1861; transferred to Co. B, date unknown; veteran.

Weiss, James, Dec. 2, 1861; transferred to Co. B, date unknown; veteran.

White, Robert, Dec. 2, 1861; not on muster-out roll.

West, Christian, Jan. 23, 1862; mustered out Jan. 24, 1865, at exp. of term.

Werner, Aaron, Feb. 25, 1862; disch, on surgeon's certificate Aug. 16, 1862.

Wetherhold, Charles, Feb. 25, 1862; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., Aug. 7, 1864; grave 4966.

Wald, John, Jan. 2, 1862.



FIFTY-FIFTH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS.

The Fifty-fifth Regiment was recruited, under authority granted by Governor Curtin to Col. Richard White, during the summer and autumn of 1861, of which Company G was raised in Dauphin County. The regiment rendezvoused at Camp Curtin, where an organization was effected by the choice of field-officers. Three of the companies, B, E, and G, were for a time stationed at Camp Cameron, near Harrisburg, under the command of Col. Thomas A. Zeigle, and were instructed by regular army officers.

On the 22nd of November the regiment, thirty-eight officers and seven hundred and fifty-seven men, left Camp Curtin and proceeded to Fortress Monroe. Drill and discipline, which had been commenced at Camp Curtin, was here resumed, and the command was brought to a good degree of efficiency. On the 8th of December, in company with the Forty-fifth, Seventy-sixth, and Ninety-seventh Regiments, it embarked for South Carolina, arriving at Port Royal on the 12th. The Fifty-fifth was immediately sent out to guard the small islands and approaches to the west of Hilton Head, where it remained until the 25th of February, 1862, when it was transferred to Edisto Island. While on duty here a series of attacks were made by the enemy in large force upon the companies, scattered as they necessarily were in holding the Union outstretched lines upon the coast. The most determined of these was made on the 29th of March, when Companies E, F, and G, posted at the head of the island, nearly twelve miles from the headquarters of the regiment, were attacked by a force of the enemy estimated at two thousand. The action which ensued was severe, but the rebels were signally repulsed, with a loss to the three companies of about twenty killed and wounded. general Evans, who was in command of the enemy, afterwards reported to the rebel government that he had made a reconnoisance upon Edisto Island, and had found the enemy six thousand strong.

During the summer the only troops upon the island were those of the Fifty-fifth, and the duty, performed beneath a Southern sun, was very severe. On the 21st of October the regiment accompanied general Brannan on an expedition, consisting of about four thousand troops, up Broad River. The command landed, under cover of gunboats, at Mackey's Point, and immediately advanced on Pocotaligo Bridge, the object of the movement being to destroy the Charleston and Savannah Railroad. At eight o'clock on the morning of the 22nd the enemy was met at Caston, but were soon driven. At Frampton he made another stand, and after a sharp engagement was again driven, and retreated across the Pocotaligo River, burning the bridge as he withdrew. Here he took a strong position, and being largely reinforced from Charleston, held his ground during six hours, in which the battle fiercely raged. Unable to gain an advantage, the ammunition being nearly exhausted, the Union forces withdrew under cover of night and returned to Hilton Head. The Fifty-fifth lost in this engagement twenty-nine killed and wounded. Near the close of the action, while bravely leading his men against a masked battery, captain Horace C. Bennett was killed.

The regiment was now stationed at Beaufort, S.C., where it remained for more than a year, performing picket duty at Port Royal Ferry, ten miles from the town, and also serving in the capacity of heavy artillery upon the fortifications.

On the 1st of January, 1864, the majority of the men re-enlisted for a second term of three years, and on the 22nd departed for Harrisburg, where, upon their arrival, they were dismissed for a veteran furlough. On the 23d of March the veterans and recruits returned to South Carolina, where the regiment, now numbering twelve hundred and fifty effective men, remained for three weeks engaged in drill and guard duty. On the 12th of April it embarked for Virginia, and landed at Gloucester Point, opposite Yorktown. Here the regiment was assigned to the Third Brigade (Col. Richard White), Third Division, Tenth Corps, Army of the James.

general Butler was here organizing his forces, consisting of about forty thousand men, to operate against Richmond by the right bank of the James. Embarking upon transports, the Tenth Corps moved up the river and landed at Bermuda Hundred, with the design of seizing and fortifying the peninsula between the Appomattox and the James as a base of operations. Advancing ten miles west, encountering little opposition, the troops were set to work throwing up intrenchments across the head of the peninsula, and soon had the neck of the "bottle" closed.

On the 9th of May, Ames' division moved out of the works and destroyed the Richmond and Petersburg Railroad for a distance of two miles. general Ames then marched upon the turnpike towards Petersburg as far as Swift Creek, where he met the enemy well posted, and immediately attacked, the contest continuing until evening. Early on the following morning Ames learned that Terry's division, in his rear, had been attacked. Facing his columns about and advancing, he soon encountered the rebel forces, and drove them as far as Drury's Bluff, near Richmond. On the 13th the Union forces were again pushed forward towards Richmond, but found the enemy strongly intrenched in a double line of works behind Proctor's Creek. The outer line was carried, and Gillmore's troops continued the contest during the 14th and 15th, flanking the rebel position. But he had now been reinforced by troops from Charleston, and general Beauregard was in command. Seeing that the Union lines were greatly extended, and in many parts thereby greatly weakened, the rebel leader moved out of his intrenchments at night, and early on the morning of the 16th, under cover of a dense fog, fell upon the left flank with sudden and overpowering force. The Fifty-fifth occupied a position near the extreme left, and felt the full force of the enemy's blows. Again and again he advanced to the charge. Portions of the line gave way. The Fifty-fifth stood side by side with the Fourth New Hampshire and gallantly held its ground, until, outflanked and nearly surrounded, it was in danger of being captured. Col. White, as a last resort, selected three companies, C, D, and E, of his own regiment, and charged full upon the head of the advancing column. But it could not be broken, and the line was forced to yield. The loss in this engagement was

very severe, being in killed, wounded, and prisoners, including those from May 9th, when the fighting commenced, fifteen commissioned officers and three hundred enlisted men. The colonel, lieutenant-colonel, and adjutant were among the prisoners, and lieutenant John H. Barnhart was among the killed. The command of the regiment devolved, upon captain John C. Shearer.

The army now fell back to its intrenched line at Bermuda Hundred, and the regiment was subsequently engaged in several minor skirmishes. On the morning of the 20th of May the enemy attacked the picket line on Forster's plantation at daylight. One-half of the Fifty-fifth was in position and made a stern resistance, holding its ground until the yielding of the forces on right and left made it necessary for it to fall back to save itself from capture.

Butler, having completed his preparations, was upon the point of moving upon the enemy's lines about Petersburg, when he received orders from Grant to detach a heavy force under general "Baldy" Smith and send it to the support of the Army of the Potomac. The Fifty-fifth was one of the regiments selected for this purpose, and was assigned to the First Brigade (general Stannard), Second Division (general Martindale), Eighteenth Corps. Moving in transports down the James and up the York Rivers, the corps debarked at West Point, and marched via White House to Cold Harbor, where, on the 1st of June, it met the enemy, who was engaging the Sixth Corps. The line of battle was immediately formed and charged the enemy's works, capturing a line of rifle-pits and taking a large number of prisoners. The contest was continued during the 1st and 2nd, but the principal charge was made on the morning of the 3d. Stannard's brigade was selected for the attack, and was formed in columns of regiments, in which the Fifty-fifth was the third. As it swept forward to the desperate work the intense fire of the enemy caused the front lines to waver: and finally to fall back in confusion upon the third, which was also momentarily deranged. captain Shearer, in command, was wounded, and scarcely had the next in rank, captain Nesbitt, assumed it when he also was stricken down, and it devolved upon captain Hill, who soon restored order and held his position, now in the front line. During the night breastworks were thrown up, which were occupied until the night of the 12th, when the entire army withdrew. The loss in killed and wounded was four commissioned officers and one hundred and thirty-four enlisted men. In conducting this withdrawal from the enemy's front the Fifty-fifth was deployed in the front line of works, while the regiments successively fell back in the stillness of the night until all had retired without casualties or disturbance.

Marching back to White House, the corps again embarked on transports, and moved, via the Pamunkey, York, and James Rivers, to Point of Rocks, on the Appomattox, where it debarked, and early on the morning of the 15th advanced on the enemy's works in front of Petersburg, capturing eighteen guns and four hundred prisoners. On the following morning general Stannard ordered captain Hill to go forward with his regiment as skirmishers. He promptly advanced in the face of a hot fire and gained a position close up to the enemy's lines, but not without serious loss. On the 18th, Stannard's brigade, occupying the extreme right of the line, resting on the Appomattox, was again deployed for a charge. In front was an open field, commanded by the enemy's infantry and artillery, across which it must pass. Never faltering, the Fifty-fifth, which faced the ground most exposed, pushed forward obedient to command, and in less than ten minutes, while crossing this open field, it lost three commissioned officers and eighty enlisted men, - more than half of its effective strength, - a large proportion killed.

On the evening of the 29th the corps moved to the rear of the position held by the Ninth Corps, and upon the explosion of the mine, on the morning of the 30th, it was held in readiness to support the assaulting column; but the attack failed, and without being called into action, it returned to its old position on the Appomattox. For two months the regiment was engaged in duties incident to a siege, being constantly exposed to the fire of artillery, and the musketry of the pickets and sharpshooters, scarcely a day passing without some loss.

During the night of September 28th the regiment crossed the James, and marched to participate in the attack about to be made by the Army of the James upon Chapin's Bluff. The capture of Fort Harrison was effected on the morning of the following day, but the Fifty-fifth being held in support of the attacking troops, did not become engaged. In the afternoon it was determined to carry the works beyond, and at four o'clock, Col. Jourdan, in command of the brigade, ordered the Fifty-fifth to charge, and take a redoubt in the enemy's second line. The One Hundred and Fifty-eighth New York was deployed to support it, by advancing through the woods on the left, and the One Hundred and Forty-eighth New York to act as skirmishers on the right. The Fifty-fifth advanced over the open ground in front, a quarter of a mile, under a concentrated fire from three redoubts, supported by a heavy body of infantry. Bravely stemming a torrent of shot and deadly minie-balls, it moved steadily on, and reached a point within twenty yards of the work, when its ranks almost annihilated, and supports failing to come up, it was forced to fall back, leaving the dead and most of the wounded upon the field to fall into the hands of the enemy. Of five commissioned officers and one hundred and fifty enlisted men who marched at the word of command, three officers and seventy-eight men were either killed, wounded, or missing. lieutenant Blaney Adair was among the killed, and captain John O'Niel mortally wounded. On the following day the rebels made three attacks on Fort Harrison, but in each they were repulsed with terrible slaughter.

In November, the colors which had been originally presented to the regiment by the Governor before leaving the State, carried in all its campaignings, and latterly almost constantly enshrouded in the smoke and fire of battle, having become badly tattered, application was made for a new stand, which was promptly forwarded. The staff and the few remaining shreds of the old one were deposited in the capitol.

In December the white troops of the Tenth and Eighteenth Corps were consolidated, and formed the Twenty-fourth Corps. The Fifty-fifth was assigned to the Fourth Brigade of the First Division, and was henceforward engaged in performing picket and guard duty on the left bank of the James. On the 10th of December, while stationed at the redoubt on Signal Hill, near the extreme right of our lines, it was attacked by a portion of Longstreet's corps. The demonstrations were feebly made, and were easily repulsed. On the 21st of December, upon the muster out of service of lieutenant-Col. Bennett, at the expiration of his term, major Filler was promoted to succeed him, and captain James Metzger was promoted to major.

On the 27th of March, 1865, the First and Second Divisions of the Twenty-fourth Corps, and one division of the Twenty-fifth Corps, under command of general Ord, broke camp, and crossing the James and the Appomattox, proceeded by the rear of the army to Hatcher's Run, and on the morning of the 29th relieved the Second Corps, which moved out still farther to the left. During the 30th and 31st a part of the regiment was on the picket-line near the run, and in the general advance which was made, skirmished with the enemy, losing two men killed, and one commissioned officer and seventeen enlisted men wounded.

On the morning of April 2nd, in breaking through the enemy's lines, the Fourth Brigade, to which the regiment belonged, commanded by general Fairchild, with the balance of the division, charged Forts Gregg and Baldwin, which, after a strong resistance, were carried, the Fifty-fifth being the first to occupy the latter. The loss here was one commissioned officer killed, and one commissioned officer and four enlisted men wounded. On the morning of April 3d, having ascertained that the rebels had evacuated Petersburg during the previous night, general Ord's column was pushed forward to cut off their line of retreat at Burksville Junction. By a forced march along the South Side Railroad, Ord reached the Junction on the evening of the 5th, a distance of about sixty miles. Resuming the march on the following morning, it hastened forward, seven miles farther, to Rice's Station, the Fifty-fifth leading the column as skirmishers, and losing nine men wounded. At the Station Ord held his position, cutting off the direct way of retreat to Danville, and forcing the rebel column towards Lynchburg. At daylight on the 7th, Ord resumed the march, with the design of again cutting the rebel line of retreat. He reached Appomattox Court-House, a distance of forty-two miles, early on the morning of the 9th, in advance of Lee's columns, and with Sheridan's cavalry held firmly the only avenue of escape. "Sheridan," says Greeley, "was with his cavalry near the court-house, when the Army of Virginia made its last charge. By his order his troops, who were in line of battle, dismounted, gave ground gradually, while showing a steady front, so as to allow our weary infantry time to form and take position. This effected, the horsemen moved swiftly to the right and dismounted, revealing lines of solid infantry in battle array, before whose wall of gleaming bayonets the astonished enemy recoiled in blank despair, as Sheridan and his troopers, passing briskly around the rebel left, prepared to charge the confused, reeling masses. A white flag was now waved by the enemy, before general Custer, who held our cavalry advance, with the information that they had concluded to surrender."

The First and Second Divisions of the Twenty-fourth Corps remained at Appomattox Court-House until the 17th, when they proceeded to Richmond via Farmville, Burksville, and Amelia Court-House, arriving on the 25th. The regiment encamped on the outskirts of the city, and performed fatigue and guard duty until the latter part of July, when it was ordered to report to major-general Hartsuff, at Petersburg. It was stationed at different points, in detachments in Chesterfield, Buckingham, Cumberland, Powhattan, and Amelia Counties, acting under orders from the Freedmen's Bureau. On the 30th of August the regiment was mustered out of service at Petersburg, whence it proceeded to Harrisburg, where it was paid and finally disbanded.

ROLL OF COMPANY G, FIFTY-FIFTH REGIMENT (THREE YEARS' SERVICE).

Recruited at Harrisburg.

Captains.

Isaac S. Waterbury, Aug. 28, 1861; died at Bermuda Hundred, Va., May 8, 1864.

Levi A. Weaver, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted from 2nd to 1st lieutenant May 26, 1863 to captain July 1, 1864; mustered out Nov. 23, 1864, at exp. of term.

George H. Miller, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted from sergeant to 1st sergeant Jan. 1, 1864; to 2nd lieutenant Aug. 1, 1864; to 1st lieutenant Jan. 25, 1865; to captain April 20, ]865; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

First Lieutenants.

John Gotshall, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted to adjt. Aug. 3, 1863.

William H. Shorb, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted from sergeant to 1st sergeant Jan. 10, 1862; to sergeant-major Oct. 23, 1862; to 2nd lieutenant Nov. 4, 1863; to 1st lieutenant Aug. 1, 1864; mustered out Dec. 25, 1864, at exp. of term.

Daniel Bohanan, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted from corp. to sergeant Jan. 5, 1864; to 1st sergeant Aug. 1, 1864; to 2nd lieutenant Feb. 15, 1865; to 1st lieutenant April 20, 1865; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Second Lieutenants.

Henry A. Eisenbise, Sept. 18, 1863; promoted from private to sergeant July 1, 1864; to 1st sergeant May 1, 1865; to 2nd lieutenant July 2, 1865; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

First Sergeant.

Henry Scrimminger, March 28, 1861; promoted to corp.; to sergeant Feb. 15, 1865; to 1st sergeant July 1, 1865; must, out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Sergeants.

David Black, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted to corp.; to sergeant June 5, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Thomas J. Howe, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted to Corp. Jan. 1, 1864; to sergeant Sept. 1, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

George Loy, Feb. 15, 1864; promoted to corp. June 6, 1864; to sergeant Oct. 9, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Charles Long, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted to corp. Jan. 1, 1864; to sergeant July 1, 1865; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

William Shorts, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted from Corp.; killed at Cold Harbor June 3, 1864; veteran.

Frederick Vogle, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted from corp.; killed at Petersburg June 18, 1864; veteran.

Corporal.

James M. Lyne, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted to corp. Sept. 1, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

James E. Ropley, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted to corp. Sept. 1, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Edward Looker, Feb. 15, 1864; promoted to Corp. Sept. 1, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Alexander Timothy, Feb. 10, 1864; promoted to corp. Sept. 1, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

William H. Wennel, Feb. 6, 1864; promoted to corp. March 1, 1865; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Abraham Boak, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted to Corp. May 1, 1865; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

William Kromer, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted to corp. May 1, 1865; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

George Fisher, Aug. 28, 1861; promoted to corp. July 1, 1865; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

William Boon, Aug. 28, 1861; died Nov. 12, 1862, burial record Nov. 2, 1862, of wounds received at Pocotaligo, S.C., Oct. 22, 1862; buried at Hilton Head, S.C.

John H. Grubb, Aug. 28, 1861; killed near Petersburg June 18, 1864; veteran.

John C. Lane, Aug. 28, 1861; died Nov. 17, 1864, of wounds received at Chapin's Farm, Va., Sept. 29, 1864; veteran.

John Brenizer, Aug. 28, 1861; not on muster-out roll; veteran.

Musicians.

John C. Fox, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Talbot Wagoner, Feb. 10, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Privates.

Abbott, Joseph, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Akens. Alexander, March 2,1865; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Adams, George W., Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 2, 1863.

Allison, John R., Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, exp. of term.

Aumit, Henry, July 21, 1863; drafted; transferred to Co. E April 1, 1864.

Anderson, George, Sept. 24, 1863; drafted; transferred to Co. E April 1, 1864.

Ayres, Charles, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to Co. I Jan. 1, 1864; veteran.

Anderson, John H., Feb. 9, 1864; killed at Drury's Bluff, Va., May 16, 1864.

Bechler, William, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Bryant, Daniel, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Brown, William W., March 2, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Brown, William N., Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Brown, Charles, Feb. 15, 1864; absent, sick, at muster out.

Birch, James, Fob. 2, 1864; mustered out with company, Aug. 30, 1865.

Breckenridge, John, Feb. 20, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Black, John P., Aug. 28, 1861; must, out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

Brooks, Henry, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

Boyle, Daniel, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

Boyer, George D., Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surg. certificate June 2, 1862.

Brooks, William, Sept. 18, 1861; transferred to Battery M, 1st regiment U.S. Art., July 18, 1863.

Brown, Samuel C., July 20, 1863; drafted; transferred to Co. E April 1, 1864.

Bodicher, Daniel, Daniel, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to Co. B Jan. 1, 1864;

veteran.

Boak, William, Aug. 28, 1861; drowned at Baltimore, Md., Nov. 21, 1861.

Byers, Charles, Feb. 9, 1864; died at New York July 29, 1864.

Berkmyer, Lewis, Aug. 28, 1861; killed at Petersburg, Va., Aug. 14, 1864; veteran.

Badger, Thomas, Feb. 5, 1864; captured; died at Petersburg June 4, 1864.

Bear, Samuel, Feb. 5, 1864; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., Aug. 20, 1864; grave 6229.

Buckson, William, Feb. 5, 1864; not on muster-out roll.

Carpenter, E.B., June 1, 1863; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Colder, Edward, Feb. 15, 1864: mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Cole, Timothy, Feb. 10, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Carichner, Frederick, Feb. 9, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Cochran, Patrick, Feb. 10, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Coffrat, William, Jan. 25, 1865; absent on detached duty at muster out.

Cain, Samuel, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Carichner, Godfrey, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 8, 1863.

Christman, Parker, Nov. 10, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 14, 1862.

Connor, Patrick, Aug. 28, 1861; killed at Petersburg, Va., June 18, 1864.

Campbell, Patrick, March 7,1864; died June 17, 1864, of wounds received at Drury's Bluff, Va., May 16, 1864; buried at Hampton, Va.; veteran.

Carr, Joseph, Aug. 30, 1861; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., August, 1864.

Crum, Benedict, Nov. 8, 1861.

Deitrick, Elias, Jan. 19, 1865; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Enger, Joseph, Feb. 3, 1864; discharged on surgeon's certificate Sept. 16, 1864; veteran.

Ellet, James, Feb. 15, 1864; killed at Petersburg, Va., June 18, 1864.

Feig, George, Feb. 19, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Fields, Charles B., Feb. 2, 1864; absent, sick, at muster out.

Fetter, Henry, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

Fitz, Thomas, Sept. 4, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

Fisher, Adam, Aug. 30, 1861: discharged Dec. 11, 1864, for wounds received in action; veteran.

Fry, John, Oct. 19, 1863; drafted; transferred to Co. E April 1, 1864.

Gruber, Isaac, Feb. 4, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Grishaber, William, Feb. 5, 1864; killed at Petersburg, Va., June 16, 1864.

Hogantogler, George, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Hughs, John, Aug. 28., 1861; absent, in hospital, at muster out; veteran.

Hooper, Pembroke, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 8, 1862.

Hooper, Alfred, Aug. 29, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

Hatz, William, Aug. 29, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

Hendrickson, E.S., Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

Hollabaugh, John, Jan. 24, 1865; drafted; discharged by G.O. June 12, 1865.

Hull, Stitt, Sept. 23, 1863; drafted; transferred to Co. E April 1, 1864.

Hatz, Henry, Aug. 29, 1861; died at Beaufort, S.C., Oct. 17, 1862.

Hurshberger, S., Aug. 28, 1861; killed at Drury's Bluff, Va., May 16, 1864; veteran.

Ironspoon, Harmon, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Irvin, William J., Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Aug. 19, 1862.

Jackson, Cyrus B., Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865: veteran.

Johnson, John, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Jones, John, Oct. 15, 1863; drafted: transferred to Co. E April 1, 1864.

Kichieshoug, A., Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

Kise, George W., July 21, 1863; drafted; transferred to Co. E April 1, 1864.

King, Jerome, Feb. 9, 1864; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps May 15, 1865.

Keffer, Henry, Jan. 29, 1864; not on muster-out roll.

Lawyer, Jacob, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Lough, David, Feb. 15. 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Leonard, Joseph L., Feb. 9, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Lichty, Moses, Feb. 15, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Lundy, Benjamin F., Dec. 25, 1861; discharged Dec. 21, 1864, for wounds received at Petersburg, Va., June 18, 1864.

Lawyer, Joseph, Aug. 28. 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

Lane, Samuel, Oct. 8, 1861; mustered out Oct. 8, 1864, at exp. of term.

Lukins, Charles, Oct. 8, 1861; mustered out Oct. 22, 1864, to date Oct. 8, 1864, at exp. of term.

Loucy, Daniel, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to 42nd regiment P.V. Nov. 16, 1861.

Lodge, Daniel, Sept. 23, 1863; drafted; transferred to Co. E April 21, 1864.

Lightner, Peter, Jan. 25, 1865; promoted to hosp. steward May 1, 1865.

Miller, Jerome P., Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Minich, Jeremiah, Aug. 28, 1861; absent, on detached duty, at muster out; veteran.

Minich, Henry, Feb. 3, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Messinger, Lewis, Feb. 15, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

McCollum, Malcolm, Feb. 20, 1861; absent, sick, at muster out.

Millhouse, August, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

McClintock, John, Feb. 22, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Matter, William H., Jan. 19, 1865; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Mott, Joseph, Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 2, 1863.

Macker, James E., Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

McCabe, Samuel, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

McAdams, John F., Aug. 28, 1861; must, out Sept. 19, 1864, at exp. of term.

Mercer, Abner, Feb. 15, 1864; discharged on surgeon's certificate July 18, 1865.

Moran, Richard, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to Battery M, 1st regiment U.S. Art., Feb. 22, 1862.

Myers, George, Aug. 28, 1861; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps July 1, 1863.

Morgan, Charles, Sept. 25, 1863; drafted; transferred to Co. E April 1, 1864.

Miles, John, July 22, 1863; drafted; transferred to Co. E April 1, 1864.

Mack, John, Aug. 28, 1861; died at Beaufort, S.C., Aug. 6, 1862.

Norris, Jesse K., Aug. 28, 1861; absent, sick, at muster out; veteran.

Nole, Johnson B., Feb. 13, 1864; wounded at Drury's Bluff, Va., May 16, 1864; absent at muster out.

Nelly, Thomas, Aug. 28, 1861; captured at Drury's Bluff, Va., May 16, 1864; escaped March 19, 1865; mustered out May 4; 1865, to date March 24, 1865, at exp. of term.

Oswald, Stephen, Aug. 28,1861; captured; died June 20, 1864; burial record at Andersonville, Ga., June 28, 1864; grave 2589; veteran.

Poist, Alexander, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out Sept. 19, 1864, at exp. of term.

Posey, Mordecai, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out Sept. 19, 1864. at exp. of term.

Paffley, Charles, Aug. 28, 1861; killed at Petersburg, Va., June 18, 1864; veteran.

Pfieffer, Frederick, Aug. 28, 1861; captured; died Aug. 19, 1864, of wounds received in action; buried at Richmond, Va.; veteran.

Rush, Christian, Aug. 28, 1861; absent, sick, at muster out; veteran.

Raudebaugh, Isaac, Feb. 5, 1864: mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Roush, Daniel S., Jan 11, 1865; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Ritner, William, Sept. 3, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

Ruggles, Alexander, Feb. 9, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 24, 1865.

Reed, James G., Aug. 28, 1861; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., Oct. 1, 1864; grave 10,174.

Swartz, John, Aug. 28, 1861; absent, sick, at muster out; veteran.

Stees, John, Feb. 3, 1864; must, out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Sheets, Charles P., Feb. 2, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Steiner, Peter, Feb. 2, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Sweger, James, Feb. 19, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Sants, Martin, Feb. 6, 1864; mustered out with company Aug, 30, 1865.

Snoddy, Calvin S., Feb. 20, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Sullivan, John H., Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 17, 1863.

Shaner, Jacob V., Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 21, 1863.

Shiffler, John, Feb. 15, 1864; discharged June 1, 1865, for wounds received at Chapin's Farm, Va., Sept. 29, 1864; veteran.

Sagle, John H., March 2, 1862; mustered out April 22, 1s65, at exp. of term.

Shorts, Henry, Feb. 13, 1864; prisoner from Sept. 29, 1864, to March 4, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 12, 1865.

Smith, Andrew, Feb. 27, 1864; prisoner from May 16, 1864, to April 17, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 20, 1865, to date June 9, 1865.

Stewart, Alexander, Feb. 10, 1864; discharged by G.O. July 22, 1865.

Smith, John, Oct. 19, 1863; drafted; transferred to Co. E April 1, 1863.

Stephens, Roswell, Sept. 25, 1863; drafted; transferred to Co. E April 1, 1865.

Strong, Henry, July 22, 1863; drafted; transferred to Co. E April 1, 1865.

Steiner, Jacob, Feb. 1,1864; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps, date unknown.

Sanno, George, Aug. 28, 1861; died at Beaufort, S.C., Aug. 11, 1862.

Saline, Leonard, Feb. 15, 1864; killed at Petersburg, Va., July 18, 1864.

Shaffer, Martin, Oct. 15, 1863; drafted; died June 23, 1864, of wounds

received at Petersburg, Va., June 18, 1864.

Shaner, Jacob V., Feb. 4, 1864; died at Hampton, Va., Jan. 21, 1865.

Shane, Robert, Feb. 15, 1864; killed at Petersburg, Va., June 18, 1864.

Smith, William H., Oct. 8, 1861; died Oct. 22, 1864, of wounds received at Chapin's Farm, Va., Sept. 29, 1864; buried in U.S. General Hospital Cemetery, Annapolis, Md.

Steiner, John, Aug. 28, 1861.

Sweeney, Edward, March 7, 1865; not on muster-out roll.

Taylor, David, Feb. 10, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Toomy, James, Feb. 5, 1864; must, out with company Aug. 30, 1865.

Taylor, Samuel B., Aug. 28, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate July 26, 1862.

Tunis, Edwin F., Aug. 28, 1861; discharged by G.O. June 29, 1865; veteran.

Troxal, Arthur, Oct. 15, 1863; drafted; transferred to Co. E April 1, 1865.

Thompson, Thomas, Feb. 15, 1864; died June 18, 1864, of wounds received at Petersburg, Va., June 16, 1864; buried at Hampton, Va.

Van Horn, Charles H., Aug., 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Van Riper, Christopher C., Dec. 27, 1861; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 8, 1863.

Waterbury, Edwin L., Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Weitzel, George W., Feb. 13, 1864; mustered out with company Aug. 30, 1865; veteran.

Wright, George, Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

Wilson, John T., Jr., Aug. 28, 1861; mustered out Sept. 9, 1864, at exp. of term.

Wolf, William, Feb. 20, 1864; discharged on surgeon's certificate Jan. 24, 1865; veteran.

Winters, Ephraim A., Jan. 24, 1865; discharged by G.O. May 30, 1865.

Woodall, A.C., Feb. 3, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Willis, Samuel, Sept. 4, 1861; transferred to Batt. M, 1st regiment U.S. Art., Nov. 1, 1862.

Warden, Samuel, Sept. 4, 1861; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps July 1, 1863.

Waters, William, Aug. 28, 1861.

Wilders, Joseph, Aug. 28, 1861; missing at Chapin's Farm, Va., Sept. 29, 1864; veteran.

Zorger, Jacob, Aug. 28, 1861; killed at Bermuda Hundred, Va., May 19, 1864; veteran.



* "YOUTHFUL VETERANS. - The claim of Missouri to have the youngest veteran soldier is disputed by the Keystone State. We are informed that Henry Weidensaul in his fourteenth year entered the Forty-sixth Pennsylvania infantry, participated in the battles of Winchester, Cedar Mountain, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Resaca, Dallas, Kenesaw, and Peach Tree Creek; was wounded for the first time in the last-named fight, and re-enlisted last winter with the greater part of his regiment. He was seventeen years of age on the 1st of July last." - Louisville Journal.

Henry Weidensaul, named above, was first sergeant of captain Brooks' company. He was first wounded at Cedar Mountain in August, 1562, where he was taken prisoner and was confined in Libby Prison for nearly five weeks. He was again wounded at Atlanta.







Egle, William Henry, M.D., M.A., History of the Counties of Dauphin and Lebanon,
pp. 213-227.

CHAPTER XXVIII.

The War for the Union - One Hundred and Sixty-third, One Hundred and Seventy-seventh, One Hundred and Seventh, One Hundred and Thirteenth, One Hundred and Thirtieth, and One Hundred and Thirty-sixth Regiments.

ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-THIRD REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS

(EIGHTEENTH CAVALRY), THREE YEARS' SERVICE.

COMPANY E.

Recruited in Dauphin County.

Captains.

James Gowen, Sept. 18, 1862; promoted to lieutenant-col. Nov. 28, 1862.

Thaddeus S. Freeland, Oct. 13, 1862; promoted from 1st lieutenant Dec. 8, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 22, 1862.

S.H. Tresonthick, Sept. 17, 1862; promoted from 1st sergeant to 2nd lieutenant Dec. 8, 1862; to captain May 1, 1864; died July 26, of wounds received at St. Mary's Church, Va., June 15, 1864.

George W. Nieman, Oct. 13, 1862; promoted from 2nd to 1st lieutenant Dec. 8, 1862; to captain Dec. 2, 1864; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment Prov. Cav. Oct. 31, 1865.

First Lieutenants.

John B. Winters, Sept. 17, 1862; promoted from regt'l. q.m.-sergeant to 2nd lieutenant May 2, 1864; com. 1st lieutenant July 2, 1864; not mustered; killed at Kauffman's Hill, Va., Oct. 9, 1864.

Theodore Jackman, Sept. 16, 1862; promoted from com.-sergeant to 2nd lieutenant Dec. 3, 1864; to 1st lieutenant Jan. 1,1865; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Second Lieutenant.

William P. Seal, Sept. 17, 1862; promoted from sergeant Jan. 2, 1865; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

First Sergeant.

Jacob Greenawalt, Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Quartermaster Sergeant.

George F. Wingard, Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Commissary Sergeant.

Aaron C. Etzweiler, Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Sergeants.

Peter F. Dunkle, Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14,1865.

Joseph S. Morrison, Sept. 30,1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

George W. Hoch, Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Depew Gilbert, Nov. 12, 1862; discharged by G.O. July 21, 1865.

G.W.P. Freeland, Sept. 17, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate April, 1863.

Frederick Griner, Sept. 17, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Jan. 16, 1864.

James Gray, Sept. 17, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate March 2, 1863.

Charles P. Sheaf, Sept. 17, 1862; transferred to Co. C, 11th regiment V.R.C., Dec. 2, 1864; discharged by G.O. July 8, 1865.

William D.A. Naugle, Sept. 17, 1862; promoted to 2nd lieutenant Co. I Dec. 9, 1862.

James H. Daddow, Sept, 17, 1862; died Aug. 30, of wounds received in

action near Charlestown, Va., Aug. 22, 1864.

John H. Boult, Sept. 17, 1862; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., July 1, 1864; grave 2723.

W.H. Poffenberger, Nov. 12, 1862; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Absalom A. Wilt, Oct. 2, 1862; discharged Oct. 12, 1865, at exp. of term.

Solomon S. Updegrove, Oct. 2, 1862; discharged Oct. 12, 1865, at exp. of term.

Corporals.

William Stephens, Sept. 30, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

John A. Berry, Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Sawara S. Snyder, Sept. 17,1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Edward Brown, Oct. 2, 1862; discharged by G.O. July 10, 1865.

John Hoffacker, Sept. 30, 1862; killed at Hanover, Pa., July 3, 1863.

William Fulkison, Sept. 30, 1862.

Andrew B. Pines, Feb. 29, 1864; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Bugler.



Wilber Shepherd, Sept. 30, 1862; prisoner from May 5, 1864, to March 5, 1865; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Isaac N. Williamson, Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

John Bell, April 1, 1865.

Farrier.

William F. Polm, Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

James H. Tresonthick, Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Saddler.

William J.L. Ettinger, Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Privates.

Ahn, Jesse, Feb. 25, 1864; wounded at St. Mary's Church, Va., June 15, 1864; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Anderson, George, Oct. 2, 1862; captured at Germania Ford, Va., Nov. 18, 1863.

Ansbach, Henry H., Sept. 17, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate April 22, 1863.

Beller, Jacob, Sept. 17, 1862; captured; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Bayler, William A., Sept. 30, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1864.

Baucherich, George, Sept. 24, 1864; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Bradford, Henry C., March 26, 1864; died May 1, 1864; buried in Military Asylum Cemetery, D.C.

Boyer, Solomon, March 2, 1865; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Bagt, Anton, March 6, 1865; absent at muster out.

Bailey, Edward, Sept. 17, 1862.

Bayler, William B., Feb. 29, 1864; prisoner from May 5 to Dec. 7,1864; discharged by G.O. July 8, 1865.

Brant, John M., Sept. 30, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate March, 1863.

Balso, Jacob, Sept. 30, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate December, 1862.

Bradford, Ephraim, Sept. 17, 1862; transferred to U.S. army October, 1862.

Burns, John H., Sept. 30, 1862; transferred to U.S. army October, 1862.

Barsto, Henry, Oct. 2, 1862; transferred to U.S. army October, 1862.

Boyer, Frederick, Sept. 13, 1862.

Bierman, F., prisoner from Sept. 2, 1864, to March 13, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 29, 1865.

Bright, William, Sept. 14, 1864; not accounted for.

Carbaugh, Daniel, Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Copley, Henry C., Sept. 10, 1864; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Campbell, John, April 13, 1865; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Cooper, James B., Sept. 17, 1862; transferred to U.S. army October, 1862.

Clemens, Richard, Sept. 17, 1862; transferred to U.S. army October, 1862.

Cooper, James, Sept. 17, 1862; transferred to U.S. army October, 1862.

Clark, Dennis, Sept. 30, 1862; transferred to U.S. army October, 1862.

Chronister, Dixon O., Sept. 29, 1862; wounded in action June 11, 1864; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps, date unknown.

Davis, George W., March 11, 1864; wounded in action Sept. 28, 1864; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Dittys, Dallas D., Feb. 23, 1864; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Davis, David, April 5, 1865; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Draper, George W., Sept. 27, 1864; killed at Cold Harbor, Va., June 11, 1864.

Dailes, George W., Sept. 30, 1862.

Esworthy, George D., Feb. 27, 1864; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Engler, John, April 5, 1865; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Eastman, Edward, Sept. 22, 1864; absent, on detached service, at muster out.

Erb, Christian B., Sept. 30, 1862; captured; died at Harrisburg, Pa., 1864.

Emanhiser, John W., Sept. 17, 1862; not on muster-out roll,

Fine, James, April 5, 1865; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Frailey, Hiram C., Sept. 17, 1862; discharged by G.O. June 12, 1865.

Ferguson, Frank, Sept. 17, 1862; transferred to U.S. army October, 1862.

Fackler, Jacob C., Sept. 17, 1862; died at Fairfax Court-House, Va., June 6, 1863.

Ferguson, James T., Nov. 12, 1862.

Garrison, George, Sept. 30, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Garrett, John T., Feb. 27, 1864; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Gibson, John, May 16, 1864; absent, on detached service, at muster out.

Gingerbach, John, March 6, 1865; absent at muster out.

Gruber, Barnhard, Sept. 17, 1862; captured at Germania Ford, Va., Nov. 18, 1863.

Garman, Benjamin, Sept. 17, 1862; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., May 9, 1864; grave 968.

Guire, Edward, Nov. 29, 1862.

Hoover, John H., Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Hess, William P., Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Hurling, Adam, Sept. 30, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Herman, John, Aug. 5, 1864; mustered out with company June, 14, 1865.

Henderson, John, March 6, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 21, 1865.

Harris, William F., April 13, 1865; discharged by G.O. Aug. 8, 1865.

Howard, Charles, Sept. 22, 1864; absent, on detached service, at muster out.

Howard, James, Sept. 22, 1864; absent, on detached service, at muster out.

Howa1d, Daniel, Sept. 30, 1862; transferred to U.S. army October, 1862.

Hoover, John D., Sept. 17, 1862; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., July 29, 1864; grave 4222.

Hager, Charles E., Sept. 30, 1862; died at Fairfax Court House, Va., April 20, 1863.

Hollingsworth, C.F., Sept. 30, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Hunter, Napoleon B., Sept. 14, 1864; died; buried in National Cemetery,

Winchester, Va., Lot 26.

Hall, Frederick, Oct. 15, 1864; not accounted for.

Jones, Enoch B., Aug. 26, 1864; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Jones, John, Sept. 22, 1864; absent, on detached service, at muster out.

Kies, John, Feb. 26, 1864; wounded in action Oct. 8, 1864; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Kurtz, Adam, Sept. 17, 1862; captured at Germania Ford, Va., Nov. 18, 1863.

King, John, March 29, 1864; transferred to Co. I, 6th U.S. Cavalry, Dec. 2, 1864.

Kawel, Joseph H., Sept. 17,1862; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., Aug. 9,1864; grave 5145.

Kitzelman, Richard, Sept. 17, 1862.

Lowe, Robert W., Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Lyons, James, Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Long, Jerome B., Oct. 2, 1862; discharged by G.O. July 13, 1865.

Lilly, Caleb, Feb. 27, 1864; absent at muster out.

Laing, John, March 6, 1865; absent at muster out.

Lambert, Henry, Sept. 22, 1864; absent, on detached service, at muster out.

Lukins, John L., Sept. 17, 1862; captured at Ely's Ford, Va., Jan. 5, 1864.

Lehn, Josiah, Sept. 17, 1862; wounded at Wilderness, Va., May 8, and at

Old Church June 11, 1864; transferred to Co. F, 24th regiment Vet. resigned Corps, Feb. 18, 1863; discharged by G.O. June 28, 1865.

Mooherman, C.B., Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Miller, Samuel R., Sept. 27, 1864; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Miller, Jacob, Feb. 27, 1865; discharged by G.O. July 13, 1865.

Meads, Franklin, Sept. 17, 1862; captured at Germania Ford, Va., Nov. 18, 1863.

Mooherman, William, Oct. 2, 1862; died April 2, 1864, of wounds received in action.

May, Daniel, Sept. 17, 1862; died at Washington, D.C., June, 1863; burial record, David May, Jan. 2, 1863; buried in Military Asylum Cemetery.

Murray, John, Sept. 30, 1862.

Martin, Henry C., Oct. 2, 1862.

McCreary, Isaac, Sept. 28, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

McGrath, Patrick, Sept. 30, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

McDonald, John, Feb. 26, 1864; absent, on detached service, at muster out.

McCarroll, William W., Sept. 17, 1862; died at Stevensburg, Va., April

13, of wounds received in action Feb. 27, 1864; buried in National

Cemetery, Culpeper Court-House, block 1, section A, row 7, grave 217.

McCool, William C., Sept. 17, 1862.

Neff, Henry, Sept. 17, 1862; captured; died at Richmond, Va., Nov. 22, 1863.

Noble, Amos, Sept. 29,1862; died of wounds received at Opequan, Va., Sept. 19, 1864.

Orr, William, March 6, 1865; discharged by G.O. July 3, 1865.

Polm, John H., Sept. 17, 1862; discharged by G.O. June 16, 1865.

Pilkington, James, Sept. 17, 1862.

Painter, Henry C., Sept. 17, 1862.

Reed, George, Feb. 27, 1864; absent at muster out.

Roberts, James, Feb. 25, 1864; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Ritzston, Samuel, Sept. 17, 1862; captured at Germania Ford, Va., Nov. 18, 1863.

Ritz, Samuel T., Sept. 17, 1862; transferred to U.S. army October, 1862.

Reed, Samuel, Sept. 14, 1862.

Streminger, Philip, Sept. 30, 1862; wounded at Opequan, Va., Sept. 19, 1864; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Springer, George B., Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Sullivan, Timothy, March 29, 1864; absent, on furlough, at muster out.

Stout, Peter, April 12, 1865; died Aug. 12, 1865; buried in National Cemetery, Antietam, Md., section 26, lot F, grave 600.

Shafer, Frederick, March 6, 1865; absent at muster out.

Snow, Adam, March 6, 1865; absent at muster out.

Smith, Walter, Sept. 22, 1864; absent, on detached service, at muster out.

Snyder, Oliver, Sept. 29, 1862.

Spayd, Christian K., Sept. 17, 1862.

Stack, Dennis, Sept. 30, 1862.

Trawits, Henry, Sept. 30, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Turner, Thomas M., Feb. 27, 1864; wounded at Old Church, Va., June 11, 1864; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Tanner, Morgan B., March 6, 1865; absent at muster out.

Thompson, Samuel, Sept. 30, 1862; discharged by G.O. June 16, 1865.

Thomas, Joseph, March 31, 1864; wounded in action Aug. 25, 1864; absent, in hospital, at muster out.

Watson, John, Feb. 25, 1864; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Waters, Charles, Feb. 27, 1864; wounded in action June 11 and Aug. 22, 1864; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Waxham, James, March 6, 1865; absent at muster out.

Williams, Aaron, Feb. 27, 1865; discharged, date unknown.

White, Benjamin B., Sept. 29, 1862; absent, on detached service, at muster out.

Wilson, John, Sept. 17, 1862; transferred to U.S. army October, 1862.

Woodside, William J., Sept. 30, 1762; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., June 9, 1864; grave 1749.

Wager, Joseph, Sept. 17, 1862; died at Harrisburg, Pa., Sept. 30, 1862.

Warner, John, Sept. 17, 1862.

Wilhelm, Andrew B., Sept. 30, 1862.

Ward, Thomas, Sept. 17, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Young, Robert J., Feb. 26, 1864; discharged by G.O. July 8, 1865.



ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-SEVENTH REGIMENT (NINE MONTHS' SERVICE),

DRAFTED MILITIA.

COMPANY C.

From Dauphin County.

Captain.

John F. Peck, Nov. 21, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

First Lieutenants.

Jacob Mish, Noy. 21, 1862; promoted to q.m. Nov. 29, 1862.

Philip D. Felty, Nov. 21, 1862; promoted from 2nd lieutenant Dec. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Second Lieutenant.

Joshua R. Elder, Nov. 2, 1862; promoted from sergeant Dec. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

First Sergeant.



Nathan Posey, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Sergeants.

Joseph C. Mumma, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Moses Lyter, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Peter Frantz, Nov. 3, 1862; promoted from Corp. Dec. 20, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Adam Hoffman, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5,1863.

Corporals.

Thomas Forney, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

William B. Reed, Nov. 2, 1862; promoted to corp. April 26, 1863; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Daniel Fisher, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

John McCord, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Adam Cover, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Christian C. Good, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Samuel S. Keim, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

John H. Sheesly, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Musicians.

Samuel B. Kauffman, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Christian Reitzel, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Privates.

Alleman, Adam, Nov. 2, 1862; died at Harrisburg, Pa., Dec. 5, 1862.

Bishoff, Christ. C., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Brown, John H., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Bolinger, Jacob, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Boll, Philip A., Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Biever, Jacob, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 5, 1862.

Core, Frederick, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Cassel, George W., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Carpenter, Henry, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Cockley, David, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Caley, Samuel, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Caley, Benjamin, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Clark, David, Nov. 10, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Dengler, Samuel, Nov. 2,1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Duncan, John S., Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Decker, Elias, Nov. 6, 1862; transferred to Co. B Nov. 6, 1862.

Eisenhour, John, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Foltz, Elias, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Farling, Obadiah, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Fishburn, Reuben, Nov. 13, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5,1863.

Gerheart, Cornelius, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5,1863.

Gingerich, Daniel, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 18, 1862.

Henry, Felix, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Herman, George, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Hoover, John, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Hoover, David, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Houser, William, Nov. 2, 1862; absent, sick, at muster out.

Hoffard, Jacob, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Hoover, Samuel, Nov. 2, 1862: mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Hikes, Washington, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Hetrick, William, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 16, 1862.

Judy, John, Nov. 10, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Killinger, Levi, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Kinley, Benedict, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863,

Lime, Adam, Nov. 3, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 17, 1862.

Lingle, Andrew, Nov. 2, 1862.

Mathias, Peter, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Martin, Philip, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Metzgar, Daniel, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Meck, Lewis S., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Miller, Charles, Nov. 10, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Miller, Andrew, Nov. 10, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Mapes, George W., Nov. 6, 1862; transferred to Co. B Nov. 6. 1862.

Miller, Douglass S., Nov. 6, 1862; transferred to Co. B Nov. 6, 1862.

McNamara, R.D., Nov. 6, 1862; transferred to Co. B Nov. 6, 1862.

Noaker, John, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Patrick, Peter, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Patrick, William, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Page, Elias, Nov. 20, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Page, John, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Plouch, Israel, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate April 16, 1863.

Payne, Charles M., Nov. 6, 1862; transferred to Co. B Nov. 6, 1862.

Payne, Franklin W., Nov. 6, 1862; transferred to Co. B Nov. 6, 1862.

Roland, Abraham, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Reed, Adam, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Reigel, Daniel, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Reichard, John, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Rutt, Michael M., Nov. 2, 1862; discharged Nov. 18, 1862.

Reese, John R., Nov. 6, 1862; transferred to Co. B Nov. 6, 1862.

Shaffer, John, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Shallahammer, A., Nov. 2, 18~2; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Siddler, Henry, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Seibert, David, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Shartzer, Joseph J., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Shutter, William, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Strohm, Henry, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Seiders, Jacob, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Seitzinger, Alexander, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Shearer, Henry W., Nov. 2, 1862; discharged by special order Nov. 16, 1862.

Smith, James C., Nov. 6, 1862; transferred to Co. B Nov. 6, 1862.

Shallahammer, A., Nov. 2, 1862; died at Suffolk, Va., Jan. 30, 1863.

Taylor, John, Nov. 6, 1862.; transferred to Co. B Nov. 6, 1862.

Tingley, Edwin B., Nov. 6, 1862.

Unger, Benjamin W., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Wade, Martin, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Welker, Henry B., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Wade, Lewis, Nov. 6, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

West, William F., Nov. 6, 1862; transferred to Co. B Nov. 6, 1862.

Walmer, Henry, Nov. 6, 1862.

Yentzer, John H., Nov. 6, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Zartman, John H., Nov. 6, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Zimmerman, Daniel, Nov. 13, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.



COMPANY F.

From Lancaster, Dauphin, and adjoining counties.

Captain.

Isaac S. Filbert, Nov. 23, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

First Lieutenant.

Daniel T. Smouse, June 20,1861; promoted from sergeant Co. F, 40th regiment P.V.,

Dec. 6,1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Second Lieutenant,

Joseph B. Garber, Nov. 22, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

First Sergeant.

Harry H. Hipple, Nov. 6, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Sergeants.

James R. Campbell, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

William Wentz, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

John T. Sheibley, Nov. 10, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

John F.G. Long, Nov. 6, 1862; absent at muster out.

Corporals.

Henry Wentz, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Samuel A. Kern, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Jacob Snyder, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

S.L. Hollenbaugh, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Samuel Barcley, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

John Hawthorn, Nov. 12, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Henry Alton, Nov. 11, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5,1863.

John Mack, Nov. 11, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Musicians.

Cyrus Miller, Nov. 6,1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Benjamin F. Barnhart, Dec. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Privates.

Billman, Isaac, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5. 1863.

Briner, Jacob, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Berrier, William, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Baker, Michael F., Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Bistline, Solomon, Nov. 6, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Berrier, William H., Nov. 6, 1862.

Bowman, John, Nov. 8, 1862.

Bucher, Samuel, Nov. 8, 1862.

Berntheiser, Joseph, Nov. 11, 1862.

Cook, William, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Cless, Jacob, Nov. 5,1862; died at Suffolk, Va., Jan. 22, 1863.

Crull, John, Nov. 2, 1862.

Conrad, Jacob, Nov. 10, 1862.

Crider, Joseph R., Nov. 8, 1862.

Dean, George, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Duck, Solomon, Nov. 11, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Dehiser, James W., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Emery, George, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Eslinger, Jacob, Nov. 6, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Eshleman, Samuel, Nov. 8, 1862.

Fry, Joseph, Nov. 4, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Gutshall, Philip, Nov. 6, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Garland, William, Nov. 6, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Greenblade, John, Nov. 11, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Gutshall, Abraham, Nov. 2, 1862.

Groff, Jacob, Nov. 6, 1862.

Heim, George, Nov. 11, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Heinbaugh, C.B., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Humes, William D., Nov. 5, 1862.

Holloway, James, Nov. 4, 1862.

Kuhn, John C., Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Kuhn, Andrew L., Nov. 6, 1862; absent at muster out.

Kesler, David, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Kochenderfer, Peter, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Kern, Simon, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Kitner, Abraham, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Kebler, Lewis, Nov, 6, 1862.

Kenny, William, Nov. 4, 1862.

Kaylor, Abraham, Nov. 6, 1862.

Lay, William A., Nov. 6, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Lay, Samuel, Nov. 5, 1862.

Miller, Samuel, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Moyer, Joseph, Nov. 8, 1862.

Miller, Isaac, Nov. 8, 1862.

Miller, Isaac T., Nov. 5, 1862.

MeConnel, Samuel, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

McCardel, William, Nov. 11, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

McClure, James K., Nov. 5, 1862.

Noal, Alexander, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Ney, Samuel, Nov. 2, 1862.

O'Donnel, Samuel, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Peck, James, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Peck, James W., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Rhea, James D., Nov. 6, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Rutter, William, Nov. 11, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Rule, Henry A., Nov. 2, 1862.

Rice, George C., Nov. 2, 1862.

Rice, George I., Nov. 2, 1862.

Ruth, John, Nov. 8, 1862.

Robison, William, Nov. 8, 1862.

Stambaugh, William, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Shoemaker, William, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Stambaugh, John, Nov. 6, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Stump, John, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Stum, George, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Sheibly, George, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Seager, Jacob, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Stambaugh, Eli, Nov. 10, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Snyder, John G., Nov. 6, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Shull, Frederick, Nov. 6, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Shannon, Jesse, Nov. 2, 1862; died at Suffolk, Va., March 4, 1863.

Shearer, Henry, Nov. 2, 1862; died at Suffolk, Va., April 20. 1863.

Shearer, John, Nov. 10, 1862.

Sheriff, Andrew, Nov. 2, 1862.

Sensenig, George, Nov. 8, 1862.

Sweigart, Peter, Nov. 8, 1862.

Showalter, Elias, Nov. 8, 1862.

Shelpfer, John, Nov. 8, 1862.

Shrender, William, Nov. 8, 1862.

Trostle, Abraham, Nov. 10, 1862.

Trupe, Abraham, Nov. 8, 1862.

Waggoner, Christian, Nov. 6,1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Zigler, John, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

COMPANY I.

From Dauphin County.



Captain.

Benjamin J. Evitts, Nov. 25, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

First Lieutenant.

P.S. Bergstresser, Nov. 25, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Second Lieutenant.

Joseph D. Gise, Nov. 25, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

First Sergeant.

Jonathan Tobias, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Sergeants.

Edward Mencel, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Henry Bordner, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Henry Witmer, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Martin P. Shaffner, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Corporals.

John Kissinger, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

John T. Hoffman, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Henry Kissinger, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Reuben Rubendall, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Michael Welker, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

John Loudenslager, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Josiah Osman, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Lawrence Boyer, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Musicians.

Frederick Klinger, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Edward Umholtz, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Privates.

Bellon, John, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Betz, Anthony, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Bordner, Jonathan, Nov. 25, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Brown, David, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Brubaker, Samuel H., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Bubb, Jonas, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Carle, Daniel, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Coleman, Charles, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 2, 1862.

Coleman, Jacob, Nov. 2, 1862.

Deitz, Jacob, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Deibler, John N., Nov. 2,1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Dillman, Barnhart, Nov. 25, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Drum, Charles, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Deitz, Joseph, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 2, 1862.

Daniel, Benneville, Nov. 2, 1862.

Evitts, Henry C., Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5. 1863.

Frantz, Uriah, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Feidt, George, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Furkel, Philip, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Fisher, Jeremiah, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 2, 1862.

Good, John L., Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Gaiton, John W., Nov. 4, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 14, 1862.

Gingles, Thomas, Nov. 4, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 4, 1862.

Hoffman, John, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Hoover, Alfred, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Haines, Frederick A., Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 2, 1862.

Klinger, Peter, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Klinger, Samuel, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Klinger, Philip, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Klinger, Joseph, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Kissinger, Jonas, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Kocher, William, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Koppenheffer, H.S., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Lubold, George, Nov. 2,1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5,1863.

Lebo, Joseph, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 2, 1862.

Lentz, John, Jr., Nov. 2, 1862.

Lubold, Martin, Nov. 2, 1862.

Metz, Michael, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 2, 1862.

Miller, Samuel, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 2, 1862.

Miller, Jeremiah, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 2, 1862.

Miller, John R., Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 2, 1862.

Miller, Jacob, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 2, 1862.

Mencle, Daniel, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 2, 1862.

McCurtin, Daniel, Nov. 2, 1862.

Ossman, George, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged Nov. 19, 1862.

Ohle, Eli, Nov. 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 1, 1862.

Parker, Joseph C., Nov. 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 1, 1862.

Reedy, William H., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Reed, Israel, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Reed, Joseph H., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Reed, Abraham H., Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Ritzman, Jacob, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Romberger, J.B., Nov. 2, 1862; absent, sick, at muster out.

Ritzman, Balthazer, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Romberger, Jonas, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged Nov. 18, 1862.

Reigle, Obed J., Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 2, 1862.

Ryen, John, Nov. 11, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 11, 1862.

Reichard, Elias, Nov. 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 1, 1862.

Robins, Abraham T., Nov. 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 1, 1862.

Romberger, George, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged Nov. 18, 1862.

Rusho, John B., Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 2, 1862.

Snyder, Abraham, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Shoffstall, Amos, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Stroub, Samuel, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Saltzer, John A., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Siler, Abraham, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Schaffner, Eli, Nov, 5, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 5, 1862.

Shade, Edward, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged Nov. 20, 1862.

Shaffer, Charles, Nov. 1, 1862; discharged on surg. certlf. Nov. 1, 1862.

Sommers, Jesse, Nov. 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 1, 1862.

Shoemaker, Philip, Nov. 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 1, 1862.

Tschubb, George, Nov. 2, 1862; absent, sick, at muster out.

Troutman, George H., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Weaver, William, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Wirt, John H., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Williard, Daniel, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Wingert, Daniel H., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Weaver, Henry H., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Williard, John, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Wambaugh, B.H., Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate. Nov. 2, 1862.

Whitmight, Michael, Nov. 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 1, 1862.

Walborn, Jacob, Nov. 2, 1862.

Zerfing, Elias, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTH REGIMENT (THREE YEARS' SERVICE).

COMPANY A.

Recruited in Dauphin and adjoining counties.

Captains.

Jacob Dorsheimer, March 1, 1862; resigned May 22, 1863.

Theodore K. Scheffer, Feb. 21, 1862; promoted from 1st lieutenant June 10, 1863; brevet major March 13, 1865; wounded at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865; discharged Feb. 21, 1865, at exp. of term.

Samuel Lyon, Jan. 26, 1865; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

First Lieutenant.

Oliver P. Stair, March 1, 1862; promoted from 2nd lieutenant June 10, 1863; com. captain Feb. 22, 1865; not mustered; brevet major March 13, 1865; discharged March 3, 1865, at exp. of term.

Second Lieutenant.

George C. Stair, March 1, 1862; promoted from sergeant June 10, 1863; captured at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; discharged April 22, 1865, at exp. of term.

First Sergeants.

James Crimmins, Feb. 12, 1862; promoted from corp. to sergeant March 2, 1864; to 1st sergeant May 1, 1865; wounded at Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862; captured at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863, and at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; com. 2nd lieutenant June 3, 1865; 1st lieutenant July 7, 1865; not mustered; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

Frederick Buckingham, Jan. 24, 1862; prisoner from Aug. 19, 1864, to Feb. 28, 1865; discharged April 12, to date March 5, 1865, at exp. of term.

Sergeants.

Peter A. Hinkle, Jan. 24, 1862; captured at Bull Run, Va., Aug. 30, 1862, and at Weldon Railroad Aug. 19, 1864; promoted from corp. April 4,1864; com. 2nd lieutenant July 7, 1865; not mustered; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

John M. Mohler, Feb. 10, 1862; promoted from corp. April 4, 1864; captured, date unknown; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

Samuel F. Ruth, Jan. 24, 1862; promoted to corp. April 6, 1864; to sergeant June 15, 1865; captured at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863, and at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

Solomon R. Hough, Dec. 16, 1861; discharged Aug. 30, 1863, for wounds received at Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862.

Alfred A. Collins, Sept. Ii, 1861; discharged Aug. 30, for wounds received at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863.

Charles W. Conrad, March 1, 1862; wounded at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps March 1, 1864.

Andrew C. Wolfe, Jan. 29, 1862; died at York, Pa,, May 8, 1865; veteran.

Corporals.

Christian Shearer, Feb. 1, 1862; captured at Bull Run, Va., Aug. 30, 1862; at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863; and at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 7, 1865; absent at muster out; veteran.

Amos Whalk, April 16, 1864; promoted to Corp. Jan. 13, 1865; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

William Edwards, June 23, 1864; substitute; promoted to Corp. April 13, 1865; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Isaac Supplee, Feb. 1, 1862; captured at Bull Run Aug. 30, 1862; at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863, and at White Oak Road, Va., March 31, 1865; discharged by G.O. May 29, 1865; veteran.

Edward Jacoby, Feb. 14, 1862; wounded at Gettysburg, Pa,, July 1, 1863; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps March 1, 1864.

William Seifert., Feb. 21,1862; wounded at Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862; transferred to 2nd regiment U.S. Cav. Dec. 30, 1862.

Adam F. Smith, Feb. 27, 1862; captured at Bull Run, Va., Aug. 30. 1862; wounded at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps Aug. 9, 1864; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 23, 1865; veteran.

James Hagerty, Feb. 21, 1862; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps Jan. 15, 1864; discharged Feb. 1865, at exp. of term.

Jerald M. Burton, April 1, 1862; died at Washington, D.C., Sept. 8, 1862, of wounds received in action; burial record, Oct. 9, 1862; buried in National Cemetery, Antietam, Md., section 26, lot F, grave 577.

Devan N. Bentz, Jan. 24, 1862; missing in action at Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862.

Musicians.

William C. Stair, April 8,1864; prisoner from Aug. 19 to Oct. 8, 1861; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Samuel Simons, Feb. 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 18, 1862.

John Warner, Aug. 21, 1862.

Alexander Wolf, Jan. 24, 1862.

Privates.

Alliton, Thomas, Aug. 17, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Adams, William T., Feb. 10, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Aug. 19, 1862.

Anderson, John H., Aug. 11, 1864; substitute; wounded at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 18, 1865.

Albert, Joseph, Feb. 18, 1862; prisoner from Aug. 19, 1864, to Feb. 27, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865; veteran.

Blythe, Edward, Aug. 17, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Burke, Daniel, Aug. 2, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Barrett, Michael, Aug. 2, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Brown, Michael, Aug. 10, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Brummel, Thomas, Aug. 12, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Bush, Jacob, Sept. 17, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 17, 1865.

Brady, James, Sept. 17, 1864; substitute; wounded at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865; discharged by G.O. May 19, 1865.

Brewster, Charles W., March 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 24, 1862.

Baily, Henry W., Feb. 21, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 28, 1862.

Baumback, Ernst, Aug. 31, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Beighley, John P.H., Sept. 1, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Boring, James K. P., Sept. 2, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Butler, William, Sept. 6, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Barmetler, Joseph, Sept. 6, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Barnabas, George, Sept. 20, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Baily, Benjamin B., Feb. 1, 1862; captured at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; died at Salisbury, N.C., Nov. 9, 1864; veteran.

Baily, Mahlon P., Feb. 21, 1862.

Costello, Michael, Aug. 17, 1864; substitute; wounded at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Clark, John, Aug. 1, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Corcoran, William, Aug. 1, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Carlin, James, Aug. 2, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Conrad, Rufus, Feb. 24, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 29, 1862.

Case, Aaron, Sept. 10, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 27, 1863.

Clarkson, John S., March 6, 1862; captured at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 2, 1865; veteran.

Cosgrove, Francis, March 1, 1862; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps July 22, 1863.

Conrad, Gerald F., Jan. 21, 1862; died at Culpeper Court-House, Va., Jan. 2, 1864.

Conrad, J. Oscar, Feb. 24, 1862; killed at Petersburg, Va., June 20, 1864; veteran.

Carpenter, Benjamin O., Jan. 24, 1862; captured at Bull Run, Va., Aug. 30, 1862.

Coovadt, Daniel H., Aug. 30, 1862; captured at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863; missing in action at Wilderness, Va., May 5, 1864.

Davis, David, Aug. 11, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. July 13, 1865.

Doyle, Thomas, Aug. 12, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Dougherty, Thomas, Aug. 17, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Dugan, James, Jan, 4, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 13, 1862.

Dickson, Thomas, Feb. 10, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 11, 1863.

Dull, William, Feb. 18, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 30, 1863.

Defner, Thomas, Sept. 17, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Diamond, Philip, Sept. 30, 1864; drafted; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Davis, John, June 3, 1864; substitute; wounded at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 17, 1865.

Davidson, Henry R., April 9, 1862; captured at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; died at Camp Parole, Annapolis, Md., April 19, 1865; veteran.

Ebersole, Aaron L., Aug. 8, 1864; substitute; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Evans, Isaac, Jan. 26, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 28, 1862.

Eiler, John C., Sept. 19, 1864; drafted; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Fleck, Benjamin, Aug. 2, 1864; substitute; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Fleming, J.B., Aug. 2, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Finch, Nathaniel, July 30, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Ferris, John C., Feb. 26, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 9, 1862.

Fake, George, Feb. 18, 1862; wounded at Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862.; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 3, 1862.

Fennel, Abraham, Sept. 19, 1864; drafted; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Firth, Thomas, Feb. 21, 1862.

Gressing, Patrick, July 24, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Gregg, Faber, Aug. 2, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Gilmore, Joseph, Aug. 6, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Gale, Seely, Jan. 7, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 3, 1862.

Green, Ezra, Feb. 21, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 24, 1862.

Griffith, Thomas, Sept. 5, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Gromey, Cornelius B., Jan. 2, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 24, 1865.

Hagerty, Joseph, Feb. 10, 1862; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

Hunt, Joseph M., Aug. 8, 1864; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Harrigan, Martin, June 1, 1864; substitute; captured at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865.

Harman, John, Feb. 16, 1862; wounded at Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 15, 1862.

Haine, Fidell, Feb. 18, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 9, 1862.

Heltmeyer, A.C., Feb. 18, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 20, 1863.

Hardy, Ira, March 1, 1862; wounded at Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 18, 1863.

Hardy, David N., Feb. 11, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 11, 1863.

Hahn, Casper, Sept. 19, 1864; drafted; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Hartung, John, Sept. 19, 1864; drafted; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Hinkley, Elias, Sept. 9, 1863; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps June 25, 1864.

Hinkley, Peter B., March 1, 1862; died at Cloud's Mills, Va., May 8, 1862.

Hawes, Jacob B., Aug. 30, 1862; wounded at Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862; killed at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863.

Hossler, George, Feb. 12, 1862; captured at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; died at Salisbury, N.C., Nov. 10, 1864; veteran.

Harman, John J., Jan. 24, 1862; captured at Bull Run, Va., Aug. 30, 1862.

Jones, William, Aug. 13, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Jones, Joshua M., April 8, 1864; captured at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 30, 1865.

Jenkins, Francis, Sept. 9, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Jamison, Samuel F., March 8, 1862; transferred to Co. I July 24, 1862.

Johnson, Samuel F., May 31, 1862; killed at Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862.

Kennedy, James P., Feb. 21, 1862; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

Kechner, Frederick, March 11, 1862; wounded at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

Kobler, Charles, Oct. 7, 1864; substitute; absent, sick, at muster out.

Kerley, William, Aug. 10, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Kline, John G., Feb. 21, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 29, 1862.

Kline, Petraclus, Feb. 21, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 24, 1862.

Knight, Ira, Feb. 21, 1862; captured at Mine Run, Va., Nov. 26, 1863; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps March 1, 1864.

Kline, John, Jan. 24, 1862; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps Oct. 25, 1863.

Kunkle, George, Feb. 18, 1862; captured at Bull Run, Va., Aug. 30, 1862, and at Weldon Railroad Aug. 19, 1864; died at Camp Parole, Annapolis, Md., April 19, 1865; burial record, George Kembell, April 1, 1865; veteran.

Lynch, David, Oct. 4, 1864; substitute; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Laufer, William, Aug. 2, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Long, Levi, Jan. 24, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 24, 1862.

Lancaster, George W., May 6, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Luchterhan, Charles, Sept. 17, 1864; drafted; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Leonard, Adam, Sept. 26, 1864; drafted; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Morgan, Samuel, June 23, 1863; substitute; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Mulholland, J.W., Oct. 5, 1864; substitute; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Mier, Francis, Aug. 1, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Mayberry, Aaron, Aug. 1, 1864; substitute; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Mullin, John, Aug. 2,1864; substitute; never joined company.

Murphy, Patrick, Aug. 12, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

March, William, Feb. 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 28, 1862.

Miller, Elias, Sept. 20, 1864; drafted; wounded at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

McBride, A., July 30, 1863; captured at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

McGarry, John, Aug. 2, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

McCormick, Thomas, Aug. 16, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

McNear, Perry, Jan. 24, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 9, 1863.

McKinzie, John, Jan. 24, 1862.

McClosky, James C., Feb. 1, 1862; captured at Bull Run, Va., Aug. 30, 1862.

Nickson, James, Aug. 18, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Pearlstone, Barney, June 16, 1864; substitute; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Page, Edward, Aug. 3, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Pierce, Edwin W., Feb. 21, 1862; prisoner from Aug. 19, 1864, to Feb. 27, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865; veteran.

Port, William D., Jan. 10, 1862; transferred to Co. I July 24, 1862.

Phillips, Russell, March 1, 1862; killed at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863.

Pattent, William H., Feb. 10, 1862; died at York, Pa., Aug. 26, of wounds received at Gettysburg, July 1, 1863; buried in U.S. General Hospital Cemetery, grave 21.

Ridgway, Charles W., Feb. 1, 1862; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps Jan. 15, 1865; discharged by G.O. Sept. 19, 1865; veteran.

Robbins, John H., Feb. 10, 1862; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

Regan, Charles, Aug. 2, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Race, Seneca, Jan. 24, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 24, 1862.

Ridgway, Uriah, Feb. 10, 1862; discharged by special order Nov. 25, 1864; veteran.

Rudolph, Andrew C., Sept. 19, 1864; substitute; discharged by S.O. Dec. 13, 1864.

Race, Hiram, Jan. 24, 1862; killed at Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862.

Reesinger, William H., Feb. 24, 1862.

Secor, Isaac A., Jan. 26, 1862; absent, sick, at muster out.

Smith, Charles, Aug. 2, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Sullivan, James, Jan. 24, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 12, 1862.

St. Clair, John, Jan. 24, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 9, 1862.

Spangler, Levi, Feb. 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate April 10, 1863.

Solier, John, Feb. 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 28, 1862.

Smallwood, Thomas, Feb. 1, 1862; prisoner from Aug. 30, to Dec. 29, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Aug. 13, 1863.

Smith, Emanuel, Feb. 12, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 9, 1862.

Sage, Henry, Jan. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 2, 1862.

Slocum, Sidney C., Jan. 24, 1862; captured at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863; discharged by S.O. Oct. 23, 1864.

Smutzer, John, Aug. 31, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Smay, John, Sept. 20, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Schirmskie, Joseph, June 24, 1864; substitute; wounded and captured at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Smith, Thomas A., Jan. 26, 1862; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps March 1, 1864.

Smith, Cornelius, Feb. 12, 1862; wounded at Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862; killed at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; veteran.

Secor, Madoram C., Jan. 24, 1862; captured at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863, and at Mine Run, Va., Dec. 3, 1863; died at Richmond Feb. 1, 1864.

Snodgrass, William B., Jan. 24, 1862.

Thomas, John L., Aug. 3, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Tasson, William, Aug. 6, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Tiffany, Allison, Sept. 8, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate April 14, 1865.

Troxell, William, Feb. 1, 1862; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps April 1, 1864.

Vanarsdale, Isaac, Aug. 2, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Varner, Jacob, Sept. 20, 1864; drafted; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Vansalkenberg, F., Jan. 24, 1862.

Willet, Thomas, Aug. 11, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Welsh, Jacob, Feb. 21, 1862: wounded at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863; captured at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

Williams, John T., June 24, 1864; substitute; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Wolf, Henry, Aug. 1, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Waffiter, Carl, Aug. 1, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Wallace, William, Aug. 1, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Wright Thomas, Aug. 3, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Wagoner, Thomas, Aug. 2, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Willey, John L., Feb. 12, 1862; captured at Gettysburg July 1, 1863; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

Wilmoth, Frederick A., March 1, 1862; discharged March 2, 1865, at exp, of term.

Waterman, Ira V., Sept. 14, 1862; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps June 24, 1864; discharged by G.O. July 6, 1865.

Worley, George C., March 8, 1862; transferred to Company I July 24, 1862.

Weiser, Albert, March 8, 1862; died at Georgetown, D.C., Nov. 7, 1862.

Weist, Harrison C., Jan. 24, 1862; died Nov. 19 of wounds received at Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862.

Wier, Jacob, July 31, 1862; captured at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; died at Salisbury, N.C., Nov. 9, 1864.

Weidman, Thomas, Jan. 24, 1862.

Wardnon, John, Jan. 24, 1862.

Yohe, John, Sept. 10, 1862; captured at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Zinn, George W., Sept. 7, 1864; substitute; wounded at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.



COMPANY B.

Recruited in Dauphin and adjoining counties.

Captains.

James Mac Thompson, Feb. 20, 1862; promoted to major Oct. 19, 1862.

Jacob V. Gish, Nov. 15, 1861; promoted from 1st sergeant to 2nd lieutenant July 24, 1862; to captain Jan. 5, 1863; wounded at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps Feb. 18, 1864; discharged April 14, 1864.

James Hemphill, Nov. 15, 1861; promoted from 1st sergeant to 2nd lieutenant Jan. 5, 1863; to 1st lieutenant April 17, 1863; to captain April 15,1864; brevet major

March 13, 1865; wounded at Petersburg, Va,, June 17, 1864; discharged Jan. 12, at exp. of term.

William R. Sturgeon, Nov. 15, 1861; promoted from sergeant to 2nd lieutenant April 28, 1863; to 1st lieutenant April 13, 1864; to captain May 13, 1865; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

First Lieutenants.

T.H.N. McPherson, Jan. 25, 1862; resigned Jan. 12, 1863.

Aaron Treher, May 8, 1863; promoted to 2nd lieutenant Dec. 20, 1864; to 1st lieutenant May 21, 1865; wounded at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Second Lieutenants.

William Graeff, Feb. 20, 1862; resigned July 23, 1862.

George Smith, Jan. 25, 1862; promoted to corp. Jan. 31, 1862; to sergeant Oct. 16, 1864; to 2nd lieutenant May 27, 1865; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

First Sergeants.

David Noel, Jan. 9, 1862; pris. from Aug. 30, to Dec. 8, 1862; promoted to corp. Oct. 18, 1854; to sergeant Jan. 1, 1865; to 1st sergeant May 1, 1865; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

David W. Wagner, Jan. 25, 1862; promoted to corp. July 25, 1862; to 1st sergeant May 1, 1863; captured at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; died at Salisbury, N.C., Nov. 14, 1864; veteran.

Sergeants.

William A. Corners, Feb. 19, 1862; promoted to corp. Oct. 16, 1864; to sergeant Jan. 1, 1865; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

Samuel Sugars, Feb. 8, 1862; promoted to corp.; to sergeant April 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Jan. 26, 1863.

Abraham B. Kindig, April 4, 1862; wounded at Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862; promoted to corp. Dec. 31, 1862; to sergeant May 16, 1863; died at Bealton Station, Va., Nov. 21, 1863,

John Kozier, Feb. 27, 1862; promoted to corp. July 24, 1862; to sergeant May 1, 1863; prisoner front Aug. 30 to Dec. 21, 1862; wounded at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1,1863; died at Washington, D.C., Aug. 5, of wounds, with loss of leg, received at Petersburg, Va., June 21, 1864; veteran.

Joseph B. McElhany, Jan. 9, 1862; promoted to sergeant July 24, 1862; killed at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; buried in Poplar Grove, National Cemetery, Petersburg, Va., division A, section D, grave 31; veteran.

George C. Fiasler, Jan. 9, 1862; promoted to Corp. March 13, 1862; to sergeant May 1, 1863; wounded at Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862, and at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863; captured at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; died at Salisbury, N.C., Dec. 29, 1864; veteran.

Corporals.

Charles Fisher, Sept. 12, 1864; substitute; promoted to corp. Jan. 1, 1865; wounded at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865; absent, in hospital, at muster out.

Peter Altmyer, June 3, 1864; drafted; promoted to corp. Jan. 1, 1865; missing in action at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865.

William H. Gilbert, May 3, 1864; wounded in action May 30, 1864; promoted to corp. May 6, 1865; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Benjamin Keck, Jan. 23, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 18, 1862.

William Carr, June 21, 1864; drafted; promoted to corp. Jan. 1,1865; wounded at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

James Kell, Jan. 9, 1862; promoted to corp. July 1, 1864; pris. from Aug. 19, 1864, to June 2, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 20, 1865; veteran.

John M. Duff, Aug. 3, 1864; substitute; promoted to corp. Feb. 6, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Peter Pislee, Feb. 20, 1862; promoted to corp. Dec. 31, 1862; killed at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863.

David Sugars, Feb. 22, 1862, promoted to corp. July 24, 1862; died Sept. 26, of wounds received at Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862.

Musicians.

Samuel Shuler, Jan. 23, 1862; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

Samuel Dubbs, Jan. 9, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 14, 1865.

Privates.

Albic, Joseph, Aug. 3, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Andrews, Peter, Jan. 8, 1862; discharged Jan, 8, 1865, at exp. of term.

Amey, Henry, Sept. 3, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Burns, Isaac, Feb. 27, 1862; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

Burns, Andrew, Feb. 11, 1862; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

Bice, Nicholas, May 27, 1864; drafted; never joined company.

Baker, Samuel, June 8, 1864; drafted; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Bire, Harmon, Oct. 6, 1864; substitute; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Beaver, Levi J., June 18, 1864; drafted; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Boshinger, Amos, Oct. 3, 1864; drafted; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Brown, John, July 30, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Brown, Philip, Jan. 4, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 30, 1862.

Baker, John, Sept. 24, 1864; substitute; disch, by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Blakely, Daniel, Sept. 6, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Bautz, John, July 21, 1864; drafted; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Burns, William S., Jan. 9, 1862; discharged for promotion May 10, 1863.

Byers, William S., Feb. 25, 1862; died near Culpeper Court-House, Va., Aug. 7, 1863.

Bennett, Amos, Jan. 9, 1862.

Brenner, John, Jan. 23, 1862.

Blidler, Joseph, Jan. 9, 1862; not on muster-out roll,

Cooper, Carry, Aug. 30, 1864; substitute; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Cole, Daniel, Aug. 30, 1864; substitute; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Corminan, Isaac, July 17, 1863; drafted; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Campbell, John, Aug. 2, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Calmon Lawson, Jan. 9, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 16, 1863.

Cole, Jacob D., Sept. 6, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Cresswell, William, Sept. 9, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Castor, Benjamin, Sept. 1, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Camleat, Julius, Aug. 21, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Commers, Christian, Feb. 26, 1862; wounded at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps Oct. 7, 1863.

Clark, Zachariah, Oct. 21, 1864; drafted; died at Alexandria, Va., May 15, 1865.

Coil, John, Nov. 16, 1862.

Ditz, Noah, Oct. 5, 1864; substitute; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Dottery, William, Feb. 27, 1862; missing in action at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865; veteran.

Davis, James, Aug. 5, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Deiter, William, July 27, 1864; substitute; mustered out. with company July 13, 1865.

Dadia, Alexander, Aug. 2,1864; substitute; never joined company.

Dice, Lewis, Jan. 23, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 1, 1862.

Dice, John, Jan. 3, 1862; wounded at South Mountain, Md., Sept. 14, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 18, 1862.

Deitrick, John, Aug. 9, 1864; substitute; wounded at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Deaud, Samuel, Sept. 1, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 7,1865.

Donzison, John, Sept. 4, 1864; substitute: discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Davis, Wilbur, Sept. 17, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Davis, William H., Jan. 9, 1862; transferred to Co. E, date unknown.

Dever, Eli, Jan. 23, 1862; killed at Petersburg, Va., June 18, 1864; veteran.

Eyler, Charles, Aug. 5, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Easterling, Peter, Sept. 17, 1864; drafted; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Ezer, Wesley, Jan. 9, 1862; died at City Point, Va., June 23, of wounds received at Petersburg, June 18, 1864.

Evans, Wilson, July 5, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 18, 1865.

Filey, John M., Aug. 5, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Finley, Hugh G., Nov. 29, 1861; wounded at Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862; missed in action at Weldon Railroad Aug. 19, 1864; veteran.

Fish, Reuben, Jan. 3, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate March 8, 1863.

Moon, Robert, March 8, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Montgomery, William, March 22, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

McGinty, William, March 15, 1862; discharged by G.O. March 29, 1865.

McLaughlin, Alexander, April 27, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

McDonald, Archibald, April 11, 1863; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

McAuley, William, Feb. 10, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 26, 1865; veteran.

McCallen, Charles, Feb. 10, 1862; died at Sandy Hook, Md., June 29, 1864; burial record, June 17, L864; buried in National Cemetery, Antietam, section 26, lot D, grave 375; veteran.

McAfee, James, Feb. 9, 1864; killed at Hamilton, Va., March 22, 1865.

McDermott, Franc, March 10, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

McGarrigan, Patrick, April 18, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

McClellan, James, March 7, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Nyheart, Jacob, Feb. 26, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Nobbs, George H., Jan. 16, 1862; discharged by G.O. Sept. 11, 1865; veteran.

Nelson, William, March 8, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

O'Harra, Patrick, Feb. 10, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Parrish, Niram, Feb. 24, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Rupp, Henry, Jan. 2, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Randall, James H., March 31, 1864; died, date unknown; buried in National Cemetery, Antietam, Md., section 26, lot D, grave 360.

Rogers, Aaron M., Jan. 16, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Rhodes, Andrew, Jan. 20, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Rogers, Joseph S., March 8, 1862; died Aug. 22,1862; buried in Military Asylum Cemetery, D.C.

Reed, Elias, March 12, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Showalter, Jacob, March 16, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Simpson, William, Jan. 13, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Smith, James B., Feb. 9, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Smith, James, Jan. 1, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Strausbury, Jacob, Feb. 18, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Slonaker, John W., Sept. 1, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Shine, John, March 8, 1862.

Smith, Ashabel M., Jan. 10, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Strouse, Charles, March 6, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Stricklin, Lafayette, March 7, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Twining, John, March 7, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Vanguilder, George, March 21, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Vedder, William, March 8, 1865; not on muster-out roll.

Watt, William, Feb. 7, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Weist, Jacob, Aug. 31, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Williamson, Hiram, March 22, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Worster, Gottfried, April 11, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Young, Thomas L., Feb. 24, 1864; absent, sick, at muster out.

COMPANY L.



Captains.

George H. Russell, March 20, 1862; resigned Sept. 1, 1862.

Elmer F. Jennings, Feb. 19, 1862; promoted from 1st lieutenant Sept. 5, 1862; resigned April 27. 1863.

W.H. McAllister, March 20,1862; promoted from 2nd to 1st lieutenant Sept. 5, 1862; to captain April 28, 1863; corn. major March 13, 1865; not mustered; to lieutenant-col. May 18, 1865.

O.B. Tourtellott, Jan. 1, 1862; promoted from sergeant-major to 2nd lieutenant Feb. 17,

1864; to 1st lieutenant Feb. 4, 1865; to captain May 19, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.



First Lieutenants.

Melvin H. Fenno, Feb. 10, 1862; promoted from 2nd lieutenant Sept. 23, 1853; discharged Dec. 5, 1864.

Henry A. Drake, Jan. 18, 1862; promoted from 1st sergeant to 2nd lieutenant Feb. 4, 1865; to 1st lieutenant May 20, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Second Lieutenant.

Bela P. Scoville, Jan. 18, 1862; promoted from sergeant to 1st sergeant Feb. 4, 1865; to 2nd lieutenant May 20, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

First Sergeant.

C.S. McCullough, March 5, 1862; promoted from sergeant May 20, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Quartermaster Sergeant.

John White, Feb. 18, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Commissary Sergeant.



Sheldon, Logan, March 5, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Sergeants.



Newton B. Parker, March 5, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

William H. Keasey, Feb. 14, 1862; mustered out with company July 20,1865; veteran.

Perry, Smiley, Feb. 4, 1864; promoted from private Feb. 4, 1865; absent at muster out.

Hiram E. Hanson, Jan. 18, 1862; promoted from corp. March 20, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

John Betz, Feb. 23, 1864; promoted from corp. May 20, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

A.M. Smith, March 5, 1862; discharged Nov. 4, 1864, for wounds received in action.

Corporal.

William Marshall, Feb. 14, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Franklin Alford, March 5, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Samuel Allen, March 5,1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Willard Triskett, March 5, 1862; promoted to corp. March 1, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Benjamin Trautman, Feb. 1, 1864; promoted to corp. March 1, 1865; absent at muster out; veteran.

Jefferson Shepard, March 31, 1864; promoted to Corp. March 20, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Benjamin B. Thompson, March 31, 1864; promoted to corp. May 20, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

James M. Sherwood, Jan. 4, 1864; promoted to corp. May 24, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Leander Blanchard, March 5, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 24, 1864.

Michael Finn, Jan. 3, 1863; disch, May 24 for wounds received in action March 21, 1865.

Bugler.

Wesley M. Newton, March 3, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

John W. Freeman, March 26, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Lyman Dunham, Fob. 10, 1862; discharged March 22, 1865; at exp. of term.

Blacksmith.

Wilson Dunham, Feb. 1, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Farrier.

Joseph Jaggi, March 5, 1862; promoted to farrier March 1, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Saddler.

John H. Wilson, March 26, 1864; promoted to saddler May 1, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Privates.

Allen, Michael, March 5, 1862; absent at muster out; veteran.

Ammon, James S., Oct. 15, 1864; absent at muster out.

Anderson, James, May 1, 1863.

Albright, John, March 7, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Beardsley, Luther, Jan. 4, 1864; captured at Charlestown, Va., June 29, 1864.

Boyles, Joseph H., March 26, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Blanchard, Seymour, Dec. 29, 1863; discharged June 13 for wounds received in action March 21, 1865.

Butler, Orion S., Dec. 29, 1863; discharged by G.O. June 23, 1865.

Bostwick, Edward, Dec. 29, 1863; transferred to Co. C June 1, 1864.

Baker, Willard, March 31, 1864; killed near Winchester, Va., July 24, 1864.

Baker, John, April 23, 1864.

Borroughs, Horace, Feb. 10, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Berry, George, Feb. 10, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Brown, James, Feb. 10, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Bauer, John, Feb. 18, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Bartlebaugh, Philip, Feb. 14, 1862; transferred to Co. H, date unknown.

Brown, John S., March 7, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Bateman, Thomas H., March 8, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Campbell, Robert, May 20, 1864; captured at Charlestown, Va., June 29, 1864; veteran.

Carrens, John, March 30, 1863; absent at muster out.

Clark, Eugene B., Jan. 18, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Clark, Russell G., Dec. 30, 1863; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Conrad, David C., April 23, 1864; captured; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Cory, Robert, Feb. 29, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Crowell, Joseph B., Dec. 29, 1863; discharged by G.O. June 30, 1864.

Culver, Jackson, Feb. 29, 1864; absent, sick, at muster out; veteran.

Cumer, John, Oct. 15, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Collins, David, March 5, 1862; discharged March 22, 1865; at exp. of term.

Courtney, Charles F., March 6, 1862; discharged March 22, 1865, at exp. of term.

Campbell, Norman, March 5, 1862; died at Richmond, Va., Oct. 23, 1863.

Carson, Isaac, April 23, 1864.

Conner, George, Sept. 19, 1864.

Cooper, William, March 5, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Cramer, Francis, March 7, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Davidson, Andrew, May 20, 1864; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 31, 1865; veteran.

Dunham, Addison, Jan. 18, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Eastright, George W., Feb. 14, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Emerson, Henry, Dec. 29, 1863; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Fannon, Dominick, Feb. 10, 1862; absent, on detached service, at muster out; veteran.

Fausett, Nathan S., Dec. 29, 1863; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Frey, Frederick, March 8, 1864; absent at muster out.

Fox, Leonidas L.C., March 26,1864; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 11, 1865.

Ford, Henry, Sept. 28, 1862; transferred to Co. C June 1, 1864.

Fisher, Benjamin F., Feb. 11, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Fredericks, John, March 8, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Giesking, Henry F., May 20,1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Gray, John G., April 5, 1864; absent at muster out.

Gross, Lafayette, Feb. 10, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Gross, Lewis, Feb. 10, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Gates, Frederick, March 8, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Hummel, Simon, March 5, 1862; absent at muster out; veteran.

Hammond, John F., March 14, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Harrison, Henry, March 7, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Hosey, Marvin M., March 26, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Hatch, George C., Sept. 9, 1864; discharged by G.O.. June 1, 1865.

Holcy, George, Sept. 3, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Harrison, James Y., March 1, 1864; transferred to Co. C June 1,1864; veteran.

Hendry, William A., Dec. 29, 1863; killed at Hamilton, Va., March 21, 1865.

Hirsh, Takol, Feb. 10, 1862; not on muster-out roll,

Harrison, James, March 5, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Hollen, William, March 7, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Hooper, John, March 8, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Jacobs, Frank, March 5, 1862; discharged March 22, 1865, at exp. of term.

Jackson, William W., Feb. 10, 1864; transferred to Co. A June 1, 1864.

Jones, Joseph, Jan. 24, 1864; not on muster-out roll.

Keeley, Thomas, Dec. 31, 1863; absent at muster out.

Kennedy, Madison J., Feb. 10, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Kincaid, John S., April 5, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Kopple, Charles G., Jan. 18, 1862; discharged March 22, 1865, at exp. of term.

Karshner, F.H., Sept. 20, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Knickerbocker, H., Jan. 4, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 27, 1865.

Kosloskie, Antoine, Feb. 6, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 3, 1863.

Kelly, John, March 30, 1863; transferred to Co. C June 1, 1864; veteran.

Kitelin, John B., Dec. 29, 1863; transferred to Co. A June 1, 1864.

Kenney, Thomas, Dec. 29, 1863.

Kibble, David, Feb. 10, 1862; died June 21, 1862; buried in Military Asylum Cemetery, D.C.

Kurns, William, Feb. 8, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Kramer, John, Feb. 18, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Lantz, Joseph H., April 6, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Lewis, William, March 23, 1863; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Lantz, Jacob M., Feb. 14, 1862; discharged June 5, 1865, for wounds received in action; veteran.

Lewis, John O., Feb. 11, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Magee, John M., March 26, 1864; absent at muster out,

Middleton, D.S., Dec. 31, 1863; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Miles, Jacob, March 26, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Miller, David W., March 5, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Miller, John, March 5, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Miller, Henry, March 8, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Myers, Jacob, Jan. 18, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Mickle, Thomas, Feb. 10, 1862; transferred to Co. C June 1, 1864; veteran.

Mason, Edwin E., April 6, 1864.

Mortar, Samuel, Nov. 14, 1862,

Mulvin, Henry, March 5, 1862; veteran.

Maier, Michael, Jan. 24, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Mcintyre, A.D., Dec. 29, 1863; discharged by G.O. May 25, 1865.

McCarron, James, Dec. 14, 1861; died Oct. 21, 1863; buried in U.S. General Hospital Cemetery No. 2, Annapolis, Md.

McIntyre, George G., Dec. 29,1863; accidentally killed near Winchester, Va., April 8, 1865.

Nourse, Horace D., Dec. 29, 1863; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Nusser, Jacob, April 26, 1864.

Osburn, James W., Feb. 10, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 24, 1865; veteran.

Oaks, George H., Feb. 10, 1862; died Feb. 3, 1863; buried in Military Asylum Cemetery, D.C.

Owen, John, March 5, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Phillips, Abner, Jan. 28, 1864; killed near Hancock, Md., Aug. 9, 1864.

Proctor, George F., March 31, 1864; died at Sandy Hook, Md., Nov. 11, 1864; buried in National Cemetery, Antietam, section 26, lot D, grave 365.

Polk, John S., Jan. 13, 1864.

Riley, John, Jan. 18, 1862; absent, on detached service, at muster out; veteran.

Rockwood, Horatio, Dec. 29, 1863; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Rinehard, John, March 1, 1863; transferred to Co. C June 1, 1864.

Ross, David P., Jan. 29, 1862; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps March 15, 1864.

Rounds, George W., Dec. 29, 1863; discharged by G.O. Oct. 5, 1865.

Saxton, Hezekiah, March 26, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Saxton, James, March 26, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Scott, John M., March 8, 1884; absent at muster out.

Shipman, Wesley, March 31, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Stackhouse, Daniel, Feb. 8, 1862; mustered out with company July 20,1865; veteran.

Steele, Henry, Nov. 19, 1861; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Switzer, Lewis, March 26, 1864; absent, sick, at muster out.

Sample, Lemuel E., March 26, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 14, 1865.

Stanton, Oscar D., March 31, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 13, 1865.

Stanton, Henry L., March 31, 1864; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps May 8, 1865.

Sackett, Horace, Dec. 29, 1863; died at Litchfield, Pa., April 25, 1864.

Smith, Hanley, Feb. 10, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Smithgall, John, Feb. 17, 1862; transferred to Co. I, date unknown.

Stevens, Lewis, March 7, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Toy, Benjamin, Dec. 30, 1863; absent at muster out.

Thompson, William, Sept. 7, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Utley, James E.. March 7, 1862; transferred to Co. G, date unknown.

Wilson, Ely, March 26, 1864; mustered out with company July 1, 1865.

Wyatt, George D., May 20, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Wilkins, Asa, Feb. 10, 1862; died at Andersonville, Ga., March 17, 1864; grave 57.

Watts, Andrew J., Feb. 11, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Watts, William M., Feb. 11, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Wall, Edmund, Feb. 12, 1862; not on muster-out roll.



COMPANY M.

Captains.

William Linton, March 5, 1862; resigned June 2, 1863.

M.F. McDonald, Feb. 21, 1862; promoted to 1st lieutenant; to captain Sept. 1, 1863; discharged March 21, 1865, at exp. of term.

Henry J. Hite, Feb. 21, 1862; promoted from let sergeant to 2nd lieutenant Sept. 28, 1864; to captain March 13, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

First Lieutenants.

George Wehn, March 5,1862; resigned Oct. 11, 1862.

J. Nixon, Kinkhead, Feb. 11, 1862; promoted from 2nd to 1st lieutenant Jan. 1, 1864; discharged March 6, 1865, at exp. of term.

Levi Fisher, Feb. 11, 1862; promoted from 1st sergeant to 1st lieutenant May 9, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Second Lieutenants.

C. Zimmerman, Jr., March 11, 1862; resigned Oct. 12, 1862.

John Herd, Feb. 15, 1862; promoted from sergeant to 2nd lieutenant April 16, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

First Sergeant.

Frank McCusker, Feb. 21, 1862; promoted to 1st sergeant May 9, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Quartermaster Sergeant.

John D. Barkley, Feb. 21, 1862; promoted from private April 16, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Commissary Sergeant.



Henry D. Petriken, Feb. 15, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Sergeants.

William Fritchie, Feb. 15, 1862; wounded; absent, in hospital, at muster out; veteran.

James W. Andrews, March 1, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

William Irvine, March 5, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Jordan Riblett, Feb. 21, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Henry Mensell, March 4, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Anslem J. Bradley, Feb. 15, 1865; discharged by G.O. May 15, 1865.

Thomas V. Irvine, Feb. 29, 1864; promoted to adjt. March 20, 1865.

Augustus Singer, Feb. 11, 1862; killed at Frederick, Md., July 10, 1864; buried in Prospect Hill Cemetery, York, Pa.; veteran.

Corporals.

Joseph M. Ott, Feb. 21, 1862; promoted to corp. May 6, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

John McGown, April 14, 1864; promoted to corp. May 6, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Michael Cooper, March 5, 1862; promoted to corp. May 6, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Peter Bader, Feb. 15, 1862; promoted to corp. May 6, 1865; absent, sick, at muster out; veteran.

William Jones, April 14, 1864; promoted to corp. May 6, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

John Failing, Aug. 7, 1864; promoted to corp. May 6, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

David H. Cramer, Feb. 21, 1862; discharged Feb. 2, 1865, for wounds received inaction; veteran.

Henry Bower, March 4, 1862; discharged March 6, 1865, at exp. of term.

John S. Ogden, Feb. 11, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 1, 1865; veteran.

Buglers.

Alphos's J. Bigham, March 1, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

William McGown, March 4, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Blacksmith.

Frederick Reigh, Feb. 14, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Farrier.



Adolphus D. Libby, Feb. 29, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Saddler.

Philip Hinkle, March 30, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.



ROLL OF COMPANY H, ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTEENTH REGIMENT

(TWELFTH CAVALRY), THREE YEARS' SERVICE.



Captains.

John R. Fisher, March 17, 1862; resigned March 3, 1863.

George W. Henrie, Nov. 11, 1861; promoted from adjt. March 4, 1863; com. major May 1, 1865; not mustered; absent, on detached service, at muster out.

First Lieutenants.

Jacob Keeffer, Feb. 24, 1862; discharged April 12, 1862.

William M. Missimer, April 21, 1862; resigned Nov. 20, 1862.

D.W. Overlander, Dec. 24, 1861; promoted from 1st sergeant Feb. 1, 1864; discharged Jan. 5, 1865.

Leon E. Jones; promoted from sergeant to 2nd lieutenant Aug. 28, 1864; to 1st lieutenant Jan. 25, 1865; discharged March 16, 1865.

Jacob J. Smith, Jan. 30, 1862; promoted from 1st sergeant to 2nd lieutenant Jan. 26, 1865; to 1st lieutenant April 16, 1865; mustered out with company July 29, 1865; veteran,

Second Lieutenants.



Frederick Schillinger, April 10, 1882; resigned April 1, 1863.

Andrew McClure, Feb. 24, 1862; promoted to 2nd lieutenant Nov. 2, 1862; resigned May 31, 1863.

First Sergeant.

Edwin Derr, Feb. 21, 1862; promoted from com. sergeant Feb. 27, 1865; to 1st sergeant May 1, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Quartermaster Sergeant.

William Uhrich, March 10, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Commissary Sergeant.



George W. Detwiler, March 11, 1863; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Sergeants.

John Casner, Feb. 29, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran,

John Bendle, Feb. 13, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1866; veteran.

James R. Fittrer, Feb. 10, 1862; promoted from corp. Jan. 26, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

William P. Torrence, Feb. 22, 1862; discharged March 16, 1865, at exp. of term.

William Blum, Feb. 11, 1862; discharged Feb. 11, 1865, at exp. of term.

James Middleton, Feb. 24, 1862: discharged March 16, 1865, at exp. of term.

Henry E. Gerry, Oct. 31, 1864; promoted to sergeant-major May 8, 1865.

Corporals.

John A. Wommer, Feb. 21, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Christ. Emeigh, March 29, 1864; absent, on furlough, at muster out.

Benjamin R. Devine, Oct. 1, 1864; promoted to corp. Jan. 26, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

A.H. Taggart, March 4, 1864; promoted to corp. May 21, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

John N. Devine, Feb. 24, 1862; discharged March 16, 1865, at exp. of term.

James Scully, Feb. 1, 1864; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 26, 1865.

Edward J. Sharp, Feb. 13, 1862; died of wounds received at Bolivar Heights, Va., July 4, 1864.

Buglers.

Thomas, S. Rice, April 7, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Matthias Myers, Sept. 14, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Blacksmiths.



John C. Kinsley, Aug. 26, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Henry Spayd, June 30, 1863; killed at Charlestown, Va., Feb. 3, 1865; buried in National Cemetery, Winchester, lot 25.

Farrier.



Philip Bartlebaugh, Feb. 14, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Saddler.

William Wise, Aug. 27, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.



Privates.



Brown, John, April 7, 1864; absent, sick, at muster out.

Boon, Cyrus, March 8, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Brickley, Jacob F., Feb. 21, 1862; discharged March 16, 1885, at exp. of term,

Boyer, Benjamin, Aug. 29, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Blouch, Jacob, Aug. 28, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Barnes, McHenry J., March 31, 1864; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 28, 1865.

Blum, Herman, Dec. 4, 1861; discharged Feb. 21, 1865, at exp. of term.

Brewer, James, Aug. 1, 1862.

Brown, William D., Feb. 1, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Bach, John, Feb. 12, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Bendle, Christian, Feb. 12, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Bower, George, Feb. 21, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Bogee, Joseph, Feb. 25, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Brady, John, April 22, 1864.

Condran, Patrick, Aug. 15, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Culp, Valentine, Aug. 12, 1862.

Carrall, John, April 7, 1864; never joined company.

Charles, George, April 9, 1864; never joined company.

Crooks, Alfred, March 9, 1864; transferred to Co. I, date unknown.

Crooks, Samuel M., March 9, 1864; transferred to Co. I, date unknown.

Conner, Patrick, Jan. 21, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Campbell, William S., March 7, 1862; died Sept. 17, 1862; buried in Military Asylum Cemetery, D.C.

Cross, John, April 7, 1864; not on muster-out roll.

Dell, James, March 6, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Dively, Gabriel, March 29, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Dively, James, March 29, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Dibert, M.H., March 29, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Dick, John, Feb. 24, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate July 3, 1865; veteran.

Dannaby, David, Sept. 27, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Dubbs, John. Feb. 10, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Dodson, Samuel, March 4, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Eichell, John, Feb. 14, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Eisel, Ulrich, Feb. 21, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Funk, John, Dec. 10, 1861; not on muster-out roll.

Fell, Jacob, March 1, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Fettery, Peter, Feb. 21, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Garman, G.W., Dec. 24, 1861; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Griffith, N.B., Feb. 29, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Goodman, Thomas, April 1, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Geissberger, Reinhard, substitute; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Gibson, George, Sept. 2, 1864; disch, by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Ginter, Augustus, Sept. 26, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Golden, Patrick, Feb. 20, 1864; transferred to Co. C, date unknown.

Gill, James, March 25, 1864; captured, date unknown,

Gallagher, John, April 11, 1864; never joined company.

Hempleke, Frank, Sept. 27, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Heisey, John H., Aug. 14, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Hughes, David, March 4, 1862; died Feb. 7, 1865; buried in National Cemetery, Loudon Park, Baltimore, Md.; veteran.

Halman, John F., Sept. 14, 1864.

Hetterick, Joseph, Feb. 21, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Higgins, William, Feb. 24, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Horning, Frederick, March 7, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Johnson, George, April 11, 1864; transferred to Co. F, date unknown.

Kleiser, Cyrus, Feb. 10, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Kochendarfer, Casper, Aug. 28, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Kline, Jacob, Aug. 15, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Koofer, Christian G., Feb. 22, 1864; died at Cumberland, Md., Aug. 30, of wounds received at Winchester, Va., July 23, 1864.

King, William A., March 8, 1862; died at Harper's Ferry, Va., March 26, 1865; buried in National Cemetery, Winchester, lot 26.

Kelley, John, April 11, 1864; never joined company.

Kiddle, Thomas, April 11, 1864; never joined company.

Kuhn, John, Dec. 10, 1861; not on muster-out roll,

Krashzman, Charles, Jan. 8, 1862; not on muster out roll.

Krechel, Franklin M., Feb. 10, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Krentzburg, Henry, March 7, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Lytre, Solomon, Feb. 11, 1862; discharged March 16, 1865, at exp. of term.

Lane, Thomas, March 7, 1862; discharged March 16, 1865, at exp. of term.

Lego, George, Feb. 24, 1862; transferred to Co. I, date unknown,

Munn, Adam, March 7, 1862; discharged March 16, 1865, at exp. of term.

Minton, James S., March 7, 1862; discharged March 16, 1865, at exp. of term.

Martin, Andrew, Feb. 21, 1862; discharged March 16, 1865, at exp. of term.

Mellinger, John G., Aug. 16, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Moyer, Williams, Aug. 28, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Myers, William, Sept. 14, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Moore, Samuel, Sept. 26, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Maner, Richard, Feb. 18, 1864; discharged by G.O. dated May 4, 1865.

Myers, Albinos, March 9, 1864; transferred to Co. I, date unknown,

Maher, Thomas, Jan. 28, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Moyer, John J., Feb. 10, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Minton, Charles E., March 7, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Mullen, Thomas, March 9, 1864.

McGarigle, James; Dec. 30, 1861; discharged March 16, 1865, at exp. of term.

McConnell, Jacob, Sept. 2, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

McFarland, Daniel, Sept. 14, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

McCosh, Benjamin F., March 9, 1664; transferred to Co. I, date unknown.

McClafferty, Michael, March 4,1862; not on muster-out roll.

Niswander, Andrew, Sept. 14, 1864.

Pressell, Jacob, Feb. 24, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Pfeiffer, Christian, Sept. 27, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Patterson, Hamilton, Feb. 21, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Ristenbatt, Henry, March 10, 1862; discharged March 16, 1865, at exp. of term.

Rhoades, Elias, Aug. 10, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Robinson, Augustus, Sept. 1,1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Reifone, Franklin, Feb. 21, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Raffner, James, Feb. 24, 1862; transferred to Co. E, date unknown.

Rusk, Franklin, Feb. 24, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Riley, Owen, April 22, 1864.

Seibert, Levi, Feb. 10, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Stevens, Benjamin, March 10, 1863; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Stevens, Joseph, March 10, 1863; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Sullivan, William, Fob. 18, 1862; captured, date unknown; disch, by G.O. April 12, 1865.

Stewart, L.J.B.C., Dec. 24, 1861; discharged March 16, 1865, at exp. of term.

Shives, William, Aug. 9, 1864; dlsch. by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Shaffner, Samuel, Sept. 14, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865,

Snyder, Tongart, Sept. 14, 1884; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Stevens, Joshua, March 10, 1863; discharged by G.O. June 5, 1865.

Sabines, John, April 9, 1864; never joined company.

Stevens, John, Feb. 9, 1863.

Shay, James K., April 7, 1864.

Seibert, George W., Dec. 10, 1861; not on muster-out roll.

Sattarius, Frederick, Dec. 10, 1861; not on muster-out roll.

Sensley, James, Jan. 8, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Sherman, John, Jan. 21, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Shonleber, Paul, Feb. 23, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Smith, Alexander, March 4, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Sheale, John, March 4, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Scharf, Casper, March 5, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Schaeffer, William, March 7, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Stine, Andrew, March 7, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Smith, William C., Jan. 30, 1862; transferred to Co. I, date unknown; veteran.

Thomas, G.W., March 23, 1864; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 16, 1865.

Traxier, William A., Sept. 15, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Ulrich, Henry B., Feb. 10, 1862; discharged Feb. 11, 1865, at exp. of term.

Wilson, John E., March 10, 1864; absent at muster out.

Weichter, Matthew, Sept. 15, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Warner, John S., Aug. 12, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Watson, John, April 9, 1864; never joined company.

Watson, Oliver, April 9,1864; never joined company.

Woods, Peter, April 7, 1864; never joined company.

Wilkeson, John G., Jan. 20, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Womar, Liten, Feb. 21, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Wirtz, David, Feb. 24, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Yorty, Henry, Aug. 27, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Young, Thomas M., Feb. 25, 1862; veteran.

ROLL OF COMPANY H, ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTIETH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS (NINE MONTHS' SERVICE).

Captains.

John C. Hoffaker, Sept. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 17, 1863.

George C. Marshall, Aug. 18, 1862; promoted from 1st lieutenant March 1, 1863; mustered out with com. May 21, 1863.

First Lieutenant.

John K. McGann, Sept. 2, 1862; promoted from 2nd lieutenant March 1, 1863; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Second Lieutenant.



Charles A. Hood, Aug. 12, 1862; promoted from private to 1st sergeant Nov. 15, 1862; to 2nd lieutenant April 25, 1863; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

First Sergeant.

Peter Ludwig, Aug. 12, 1862; promoted from private to sergeant Aug. 17, 1862; to 1st sergeant Feb. 17, 1863; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Sergeants.

John H. Young, Aug. 12, 1862; promoted from private Dec. 25, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Thomas Maloney, Aug. 12, 1862; promoted from private Dec. 25, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Andrew M. Rubner, Aug. 12, 1862; promoted from private Dec. 25, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

John J. Hull, Aug. 12, 1862; promoted from private Dec. 25, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Corporals.

Benjamin F. Hoyer, Aug. 12, 1862; promoted to corp. Aug. 17, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Charles A. Stewart, Aug. 12, 1862; promoted to corp. Aug. 17, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Richard Green, Aug. 12, 1862; promoted to corp. Aug. 17, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Joseph Yinger, Aug. 12, 1862; promoted to corp. Aug. 17, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

John Wise, Sr., Aug. 12, 1862; promoted to corp. Aug. 17, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

James Bridgehouse, Aug. 12, 1862; promoted to Corp. Feb. 26, 1863; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

David B. Kauffman, Aug. 17, 1862; promoted to corp. Jan. 31, 1863; absent, wounded, at muster out.

Peter B. Lyter, Aug. 17, 1862; promoted to Corp. Jan. 31, 1863; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Isaac Bowman, Aug. 12, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Jan. 20, 1863.

Chauncey C. Wilder, Aug. 12, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 25, 1863.

Musicians.



John A. Miller, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Wesley King, Aug. 12, 1862.

Privates.

Anderson, John, Sept. 2, 1862; disch, on surgeon's certificate March 5, 1863.

Billet, Jacob M., Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Bothoroyd, John, Aug. 12, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 17, 1862.

Bradley, John, Aug. 12, 1862.

Christy, Henry, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Cummings, Watson, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Coon, Christopher, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Cole, Humphrey, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Dougherty, James, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Doner, William, Aug. 30, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Eisenberger, Frank, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Evans, Jacob, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Fauber, Nathaniel, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Fisher, Samuel, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Fetrow, Abel, Aug. 12, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 10, 1863.

Gabriel, Stager, Aug. 12, 1862; absent, sick, at muster out.

Guistwite, Daniel, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Harris, James, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Hoops, Rufus C., Aug. 12, 1862.

Koch, Charles, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Knouff, Joseph, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863,

Kriner, Charles, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Kirk, John, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Kopenhaver, Samuel, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Kauffman, David S., Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Kennedy, George, Aug. 30, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Lentz, Jacob, Aug. 17, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Matson, Jesse C., Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Mateer, Albert W., Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Moyer, Solomon, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Miller, John, Aug. 17, 1862.

Morgan, Charles A., Aug. 17, 1862.

McLaughlin, Alexander, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

McSloy, John, Aug. 12, 1862; absent, without leave, at muster out.

McCalley, John, Aug. 12, 1862.

Nelson, Frank, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Nelson, David W., Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Naylor, Isaac M., Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company Nay 21, 1863.

Pray, William C., Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Powle, Daniel, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Preston, William H., Aug. 12, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate March 27, 1863.

Pray, John S., Aug. 12, 1862; died near Falmouth, Va., date unknown.

Perkey, John, Aug. 30, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Roler, Ferdinand, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Rhoads, Cyrus, Aug. 12, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate March 7, 1863.

Reese, William H., Aug. 12, ]862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Jan. 14, 1863,

Rahn, Michael, Aug. 12, 1862; died at Bolivar Heights Dec. 6, 1862.

Rock, Michael, Aug. 30, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Snyder, Jacob, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Shamton, Alfred C., Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Shoop, Samuel, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Stoner, Albert, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Strickley, Levi, Aug. 12, 1862; absent, sick, at muster out.

Semily, Joseph H., Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Stringfellow, Joseph G., Aug. 12, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate April 1, 1863.

Snavley, John B., Aug. 12, 1862; killed at Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862.

Sennett, John W., Aug. 30, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Trout, Abram, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Townsend, Anter'n, Aug. 12, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 13, 1863.

Trust, John, Aug. 12, 1862; killed at Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862.

Uhler, Isaac, Aug. 12, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 25, 1863.

Wetzel, Joseph M., Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Walker, William, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Wert, Adam, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Waterson, Joseph, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Wise, John N., Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Watson, Gibbons, Aug. 12, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate March 6, 1863.

Whitzel, William R., Aug. 12, 1862; died at Washington, D.C., March 13, 1863.

Wallet, Daniel, Aug. 30, 1862; not on muster-out roll.



ROLL OF COMPANY C, ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-SIXTH ~REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS (NINE MONTHS' SERVICE).



Captain.

Jacob B. Smith, Aug. 23, 1862; wounded at Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

First Lieutenant.

Jefferson N. John, Aug. 23, 1862; wounded at Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Second Lieutenant.

John Morgan, Aug. 27, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

First Sergeant.

James B. Carpenter, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Sergeants.

Jerry L. Mayse, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Jacob Johnston, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

William A. Bailits, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Matthias Bohmer, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Corporals.

Lewis P. Newbary, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

John N. Calhoun, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

R.P.H. Phillips, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

John N. Snyder, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

John A. Kester, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Benjamin F. Morgan, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Hiram Hendershot, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

John Ditty, Aug. 16, 1862; promoted to corp. Nov. 11, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Musician.

George W. Garman, Aug. 19, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Privates.

Billman, Isaac O., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Barlow, John B., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Bunce, William B. H., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Bolinger, Samuel, Aug. 16, 1862; wounded at Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862; absent, in hospital, at muster out.

Boagner, Benjamin J., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Boagner, Peter F., Aug. 27, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Botdorf, John, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Barry, Jacob, Aug. 16, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Jan. 6, 1863.

Carl, Abraham, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Crook, Abraham, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Criswell, Levi, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Combler, Jesse. Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Culp, Samuel, Aug. 16, 1862; wounded at Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Culp, Richard, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Chester, Theodore, Aug. 16,1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Crain, Benjamin S., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Deming, Albert, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Dougherty, H.A., Aug. 16, 1862; wounded at Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Davis, Jacob, Aug. 16, 1862; died Sept. 12, 1862; buried in Military Asylum Cemetery, D.C.

Dolph, Isaac, Aug. 16, 1862; died Feb. 16, 1863, of wounds received at Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862.

Everts, Reynold, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Frederick, George, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Fausolt, Samuel, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Glews, Hiram, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Grier, Cyrus, Aug. 16, 1862; most. out with company May 29, 1863.

Humes, James, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Hays, George W., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Hank, David K., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Hudson, John, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

How, Squire, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Hammaker, George, Aug. 26, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Hinkle, George H., Aug. 27, 1862; mustered out with company May 29,1863.

Hummel, John F., Aug. 27, 1862; mustered out with company May 29,1863.

Hummel, Joseph, Aug. 28, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 14, 1863.

Hammond, Samuel, Aug. 16, 1862.

Jones, Leonard, Aug. 23, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Keiser, William H., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Kute, William, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Krow, Frederick L., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Kinslow, Alfred, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Kembel, Henry, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Low, Jeremiah, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Low, James, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Leedy, William, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Loudon, John, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Loudon, William, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Longsdorf, Henry B., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Longsdorf, William B., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Lehman, James, Aug. 16, 1862; died Feb. 24, 1863.

Ledick, John, Aug. 19, 1862.

Ledick, James, Aug. 19, 1862.

Martin, Elias, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Moss, Jacob, Aug. 20, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Minnier, Christian, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Meighen, Anthony, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

McColm, Patrick, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

McDermott, Owen, Aug. 23, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

McCannan, Thomas, Aug. 16, 1862.

Ogle, John, Aug. 19, 1862.

Prets, Elias, Aug. 28, 1862; mustered out with company May 29. 1863.

Roshen, John, Aug. 16, 1862; disch, on surgeon's certificate April 4, 1863.

Strine, Jeremiah, Aug. 20, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Strine, Henry A., Aug. 19, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Sarvice, Peter C., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Shisler, James, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Shultz, Frederick W.A., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Shultz, Columbus C., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Shipp, David, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Trego, George W., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Tyler, George W., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29,1863.

Taylor, James L., Aug. 19, 1862.

Young, John, Aug. 19, 1862.

Weitzel, William W., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Wayne, Hiram A., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29,1863.









Egle, William Henry, M.D., M.A., History of the Counties of Dauphin and Lebanon,
pp. 213-227.

CHAPTER XXVIII.

The War for the Union - One Hundred and Sixty-third, One Hundred and Seventy-seventh, One Hundred and Seventh, One Hundred and Thirteenth, One Hundred and Thirtieth, and One Hundred and Thirty-sixth Regiments.

ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-THIRD REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS

(EIGHTEENTH CAVALRY), THREE YEARS' SERVICE.

COMPANY E.

Recruited in Dauphin County.

Captains.

James Gowen, Sept. 18, 1862; promoted to lieutenant-col. Nov. 28, 1862.

Thaddeus S. Freeland, Oct. 13, 1862; promoted from 1st lieutenant Dec. 8, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 22, 1862.

S.H. Tresonthick, Sept. 17, 1862; promoted from 1st sergeant to 2nd lieutenant Dec. 8, 1862; to captain May 1, 1864; died July 26, of wounds received at St. Mary's Church, Va., June 15, 1864.

George W. Nieman, Oct. 13, 1862; promoted from 2nd to 1st lieutenant Dec. 8, 1862; to captain Dec. 2, 1864; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment Prov. Cav. Oct. 31, 1865.

First Lieutenants.

John B. Winters, Sept. 17, 1862; promoted from regt'l. q.m.-sergeant to 2nd lieutenant May 2, 1864; com. 1st lieutenant July 2, 1864; not mustered; killed at Kauffman's Hill, Va., Oct. 9, 1864.

Theodore Jackman, Sept. 16, 1862; promoted from com.-sergeant to 2nd lieutenant Dec. 3, 1864; to 1st lieutenant Jan. 1,1865; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Second Lieutenant.

William P. Seal, Sept. 17, 1862; promoted from sergeant Jan. 2, 1865; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

First Sergeant.

Jacob Greenawalt, Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Quartermaster Sergeant.

George F. Wingard, Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Commissary Sergeant.

Aaron C. Etzweiler, Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Sergeants.

Peter F. Dunkle, Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14,1865.

Joseph S. Morrison, Sept. 30,1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

George W. Hoch, Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Depew Gilbert, Nov. 12, 1862; discharged by G.O. July 21, 1865.

G.W.P. Freeland, Sept. 17, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate April, 1863.

Frederick Griner, Sept. 17, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Jan. 16, 1864.

James Gray, Sept. 17, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate March 2, 1863.

Charles P. Sheaf, Sept. 17, 1862; transferred to Co. C, 11th regiment V.R.C., Dec. 2, 1864; discharged by G.O. July 8, 1865.

William D.A. Naugle, Sept. 17, 1862; promoted to 2nd lieutenant Co. I Dec. 9, 1862.

James H. Daddow, Sept, 17, 1862; died Aug. 30, of wounds received in

action near Charlestown, Va., Aug. 22, 1864.

John H. Boult, Sept. 17, 1862; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., July 1, 1864; grave 2723.

W.H. Poffenberger, Nov. 12, 1862; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Absalom A. Wilt, Oct. 2, 1862; discharged Oct. 12, 1865, at exp. of term.

Solomon S. Updegrove, Oct. 2, 1862; discharged Oct. 12, 1865, at exp. of term.

Corporals.

William Stephens, Sept. 30, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

John A. Berry, Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Sawara S. Snyder, Sept. 17,1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Edward Brown, Oct. 2, 1862; discharged by G.O. July 10, 1865.

John Hoffacker, Sept. 30, 1862; killed at Hanover, Pa., July 3, 1863.

William Fulkison, Sept. 30, 1862.

Andrew B. Pines, Feb. 29, 1864; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Bugler.



Wilber Shepherd, Sept. 30, 1862; prisoner from May 5, 1864, to March 5, 1865; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Isaac N. Williamson, Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

John Bell, April 1, 1865.

Farrier.

William F. Polm, Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

James H. Tresonthick, Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Saddler.

William J.L. Ettinger, Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Privates.

Ahn, Jesse, Feb. 25, 1864; wounded at St. Mary's Church, Va., June 15, 1864; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Anderson, George, Oct. 2, 1862; captured at Germania Ford, Va., Nov. 18, 1863.

Ansbach, Henry H., Sept. 17, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate April 22, 1863.

Beller, Jacob, Sept. 17, 1862; captured; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Bayler, William A., Sept. 30, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1864.

Baucherich, George, Sept. 24, 1864; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Bradford, Henry C., March 26, 1864; died May 1, 1864; buried in Military Asylum Cemetery, D.C.

Boyer, Solomon, March 2, 1865; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Bagt, Anton, March 6, 1865; absent at muster out.

Bailey, Edward, Sept. 17, 1862.

Bayler, William B., Feb. 29, 1864; prisoner from May 5 to Dec. 7,1864; discharged by G.O. July 8, 1865.

Brant, John M., Sept. 30, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate March, 1863.

Balso, Jacob, Sept. 30, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate December, 1862.

Bradford, Ephraim, Sept. 17, 1862; transferred to U.S. army October, 1862.

Burns, John H., Sept. 30, 1862; transferred to U.S. army October, 1862.

Barsto, Henry, Oct. 2, 1862; transferred to U.S. army October, 1862.

Boyer, Frederick, Sept. 13, 1862.

Bierman, F., prisoner from Sept. 2, 1864, to March 13, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 29, 1865.

Bright, William, Sept. 14, 1864; not accounted for.

Carbaugh, Daniel, Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Copley, Henry C., Sept. 10, 1864; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Campbell, John, April 13, 1865; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Cooper, James B., Sept. 17, 1862; transferred to U.S. army October, 1862.

Clemens, Richard, Sept. 17, 1862; transferred to U.S. army October, 1862.

Cooper, James, Sept. 17, 1862; transferred to U.S. army October, 1862.

Clark, Dennis, Sept. 30, 1862; transferred to U.S. army October, 1862.

Chronister, Dixon O., Sept. 29, 1862; wounded in action June 11, 1864; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps, date unknown.

Davis, George W., March 11, 1864; wounded in action Sept. 28, 1864; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Dittys, Dallas D., Feb. 23, 1864; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Davis, David, April 5, 1865; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Draper, George W., Sept. 27, 1864; killed at Cold Harbor, Va., June 11, 1864.

Dailes, George W., Sept. 30, 1862.

Esworthy, George D., Feb. 27, 1864; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Engler, John, April 5, 1865; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Eastman, Edward, Sept. 22, 1864; absent, on detached service, at muster out.

Erb, Christian B., Sept. 30, 1862; captured; died at Harrisburg, Pa., 1864.

Emanhiser, John W., Sept. 17, 1862; not on muster-out roll,

Fine, James, April 5, 1865; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Frailey, Hiram C., Sept. 17, 1862; discharged by G.O. June 12, 1865.

Ferguson, Frank, Sept. 17, 1862; transferred to U.S. army October, 1862.

Fackler, Jacob C., Sept. 17, 1862; died at Fairfax Court-House, Va., June 6, 1863.

Ferguson, James T., Nov. 12, 1862.

Garrison, George, Sept. 30, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Garrett, John T., Feb. 27, 1864; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Gibson, John, May 16, 1864; absent, on detached service, at muster out.

Gingerbach, John, March 6, 1865; absent at muster out.

Gruber, Barnhard, Sept. 17, 1862; captured at Germania Ford, Va., Nov. 18, 1863.

Garman, Benjamin, Sept. 17, 1862; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., May 9, 1864; grave 968.

Guire, Edward, Nov. 29, 1862.

Hoover, John H., Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Hess, William P., Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Hurling, Adam, Sept. 30, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Herman, John, Aug. 5, 1864; mustered out with company June, 14, 1865.

Henderson, John, March 6, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 21, 1865.

Harris, William F., April 13, 1865; discharged by G.O. Aug. 8, 1865.

Howard, Charles, Sept. 22, 1864; absent, on detached service, at muster out.

Howard, James, Sept. 22, 1864; absent, on detached service, at muster out.

Howa1d, Daniel, Sept. 30, 1862; transferred to U.S. army October, 1862.

Hoover, John D., Sept. 17, 1862; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., July 29, 1864; grave 4222.

Hager, Charles E., Sept. 30, 1862; died at Fairfax Court House, Va., April 20, 1863.

Hollingsworth, C.F., Sept. 30, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Hunter, Napoleon B., Sept. 14, 1864; died; buried in National Cemetery,

Winchester, Va., Lot 26.

Hall, Frederick, Oct. 15, 1864; not accounted for.

Jones, Enoch B., Aug. 26, 1864; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Jones, John, Sept. 22, 1864; absent, on detached service, at muster out.

Kies, John, Feb. 26, 1864; wounded in action Oct. 8, 1864; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Kurtz, Adam, Sept. 17, 1862; captured at Germania Ford, Va., Nov. 18, 1863.

King, John, March 29, 1864; transferred to Co. I, 6th U.S. Cavalry, Dec. 2, 1864.

Kawel, Joseph H., Sept. 17,1862; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., Aug. 9,1864; grave 5145.

Kitzelman, Richard, Sept. 17, 1862.

Lowe, Robert W., Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Lyons, James, Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Long, Jerome B., Oct. 2, 1862; discharged by G.O. July 13, 1865.

Lilly, Caleb, Feb. 27, 1864; absent at muster out.

Laing, John, March 6, 1865; absent at muster out.

Lambert, Henry, Sept. 22, 1864; absent, on detached service, at muster out.

Lukins, John L., Sept. 17, 1862; captured at Ely's Ford, Va., Jan. 5, 1864.

Lehn, Josiah, Sept. 17, 1862; wounded at Wilderness, Va., May 8, and at

Old Church June 11, 1864; transferred to Co. F, 24th regiment Vet. resigned Corps, Feb. 18, 1863; discharged by G.O. June 28, 1865.

Mooherman, C.B., Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Miller, Samuel R., Sept. 27, 1864; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Miller, Jacob, Feb. 27, 1865; discharged by G.O. July 13, 1865.

Meads, Franklin, Sept. 17, 1862; captured at Germania Ford, Va., Nov. 18, 1863.

Mooherman, William, Oct. 2, 1862; died April 2, 1864, of wounds received in action.

May, Daniel, Sept. 17, 1862; died at Washington, D.C., June, 1863; burial record, David May, Jan. 2, 1863; buried in Military Asylum Cemetery.

Murray, John, Sept. 30, 1862.

Martin, Henry C., Oct. 2, 1862.

McCreary, Isaac, Sept. 28, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

McGrath, Patrick, Sept. 30, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

McDonald, John, Feb. 26, 1864; absent, on detached service, at muster out.

McCarroll, William W., Sept. 17, 1862; died at Stevensburg, Va., April

13, of wounds received in action Feb. 27, 1864; buried in National

Cemetery, Culpeper Court-House, block 1, section A, row 7, grave 217.

McCool, William C., Sept. 17, 1862.

Neff, Henry, Sept. 17, 1862; captured; died at Richmond, Va., Nov. 22, 1863.

Noble, Amos, Sept. 29,1862; died of wounds received at Opequan, Va., Sept. 19, 1864.

Orr, William, March 6, 1865; discharged by G.O. July 3, 1865.

Polm, John H., Sept. 17, 1862; discharged by G.O. June 16, 1865.

Pilkington, James, Sept. 17, 1862.

Painter, Henry C., Sept. 17, 1862.

Reed, George, Feb. 27, 1864; absent at muster out.

Roberts, James, Feb. 25, 1864; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Ritzston, Samuel, Sept. 17, 1862; captured at Germania Ford, Va., Nov. 18, 1863.

Ritz, Samuel T., Sept. 17, 1862; transferred to U.S. army October, 1862.

Reed, Samuel, Sept. 14, 1862.

Streminger, Philip, Sept. 30, 1862; wounded at Opequan, Va., Sept. 19, 1864; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Springer, George B., Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Sullivan, Timothy, March 29, 1864; absent, on furlough, at muster out.

Stout, Peter, April 12, 1865; died Aug. 12, 1865; buried in National Cemetery, Antietam, Md., section 26, lot F, grave 600.

Shafer, Frederick, March 6, 1865; absent at muster out.

Snow, Adam, March 6, 1865; absent at muster out.

Smith, Walter, Sept. 22, 1864; absent, on detached service, at muster out.

Snyder, Oliver, Sept. 29, 1862.

Spayd, Christian K., Sept. 17, 1862.

Stack, Dennis, Sept. 30, 1862.

Trawits, Henry, Sept. 30, 1862; mustered out with company June 14, 1865.

Turner, Thomas M., Feb. 27, 1864; wounded at Old Church, Va., June 11, 1864; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Tanner, Morgan B., March 6, 1865; absent at muster out.

Thompson, Samuel, Sept. 30, 1862; discharged by G.O. June 16, 1865.

Thomas, Joseph, March 31, 1864; wounded in action Aug. 25, 1864; absent, in hospital, at muster out.

Watson, John, Feb. 25, 1864; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Waters, Charles, Feb. 27, 1864; wounded in action June 11 and Aug. 22, 1864; mustered out with Co. E, 3d regiment promoted Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Waxham, James, March 6, 1865; absent at muster out.

Williams, Aaron, Feb. 27, 1865; discharged, date unknown.

White, Benjamin B., Sept. 29, 1862; absent, on detached service, at muster out.

Wilson, John, Sept. 17, 1862; transferred to U.S. army October, 1862.

Woodside, William J., Sept. 30, 1762; captured; died at Andersonville, Ga., June 9, 1864; grave 1749.

Wager, Joseph, Sept. 17, 1862; died at Harrisburg, Pa., Sept. 30, 1862.

Warner, John, Sept. 17, 1862.

Wilhelm, Andrew B., Sept. 30, 1862.

Ward, Thomas, Sept. 17, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Young, Robert J., Feb. 26, 1864; discharged by G.O. July 8, 1865.



ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-SEVENTH REGIMENT (NINE MONTHS' SERVICE),

DRAFTED MILITIA.

COMPANY C.

From Dauphin County.

Captain.

John F. Peck, Nov. 21, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

First Lieutenants.

Jacob Mish, Noy. 21, 1862; promoted to q.m. Nov. 29, 1862.

Philip D. Felty, Nov. 21, 1862; promoted from 2nd lieutenant Dec. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Second Lieutenant.

Joshua R. Elder, Nov. 2, 1862; promoted from sergeant Dec. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

First Sergeant.



Nathan Posey, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Sergeants.

Joseph C. Mumma, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Moses Lyter, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Peter Frantz, Nov. 3, 1862; promoted from Corp. Dec. 20, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Adam Hoffman, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5,1863.

Corporals.

Thomas Forney, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

William B. Reed, Nov. 2, 1862; promoted to corp. April 26, 1863; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Daniel Fisher, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

John McCord, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Adam Cover, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Christian C. Good, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Samuel S. Keim, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

John H. Sheesly, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Musicians.

Samuel B. Kauffman, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Christian Reitzel, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Privates.

Alleman, Adam, Nov. 2, 1862; died at Harrisburg, Pa., Dec. 5, 1862.

Bishoff, Christ. C., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Brown, John H., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Bolinger, Jacob, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Boll, Philip A., Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Biever, Jacob, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 5, 1862.

Core, Frederick, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Cassel, George W., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Carpenter, Henry, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Cockley, David, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Caley, Samuel, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Caley, Benjamin, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Clark, David, Nov. 10, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Dengler, Samuel, Nov. 2,1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Duncan, John S., Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Decker, Elias, Nov. 6, 1862; transferred to Co. B Nov. 6, 1862.

Eisenhour, John, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Foltz, Elias, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Farling, Obadiah, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Fishburn, Reuben, Nov. 13, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5,1863.

Gerheart, Cornelius, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5,1863.

Gingerich, Daniel, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 18, 1862.

Henry, Felix, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Herman, George, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Hoover, John, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Hoover, David, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Houser, William, Nov. 2, 1862; absent, sick, at muster out.

Hoffard, Jacob, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Hoover, Samuel, Nov. 2, 1862: mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Hikes, Washington, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Hetrick, William, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 16, 1862.

Judy, John, Nov. 10, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Killinger, Levi, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Kinley, Benedict, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863,

Lime, Adam, Nov. 3, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 17, 1862.

Lingle, Andrew, Nov. 2, 1862.

Mathias, Peter, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Martin, Philip, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Metzgar, Daniel, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Meck, Lewis S., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Miller, Charles, Nov. 10, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Miller, Andrew, Nov. 10, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Mapes, George W., Nov. 6, 1862; transferred to Co. B Nov. 6. 1862.

Miller, Douglass S., Nov. 6, 1862; transferred to Co. B Nov. 6, 1862.

McNamara, R.D., Nov. 6, 1862; transferred to Co. B Nov. 6, 1862.

Noaker, John, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Patrick, Peter, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Patrick, William, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Page, Elias, Nov. 20, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Page, John, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Plouch, Israel, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate April 16, 1863.

Payne, Charles M., Nov. 6, 1862; transferred to Co. B Nov. 6, 1862.

Payne, Franklin W., Nov. 6, 1862; transferred to Co. B Nov. 6, 1862.

Roland, Abraham, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Reed, Adam, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Reigel, Daniel, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Reichard, John, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Rutt, Michael M., Nov. 2, 1862; discharged Nov. 18, 1862.

Reese, John R., Nov. 6, 1862; transferred to Co. B Nov. 6, 1862.

Shaffer, John, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Shallahammer, A., Nov. 2, 18~2; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Siddler, Henry, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Seibert, David, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Shartzer, Joseph J., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Shutter, William, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Strohm, Henry, Nov. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Seiders, Jacob, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Seitzinger, Alexander, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Shearer, Henry W., Nov. 2, 1862; discharged by special order Nov. 16, 1862.

Smith, James C., Nov. 6, 1862; transferred to Co. B Nov. 6, 1862.

Shallahammer, A., Nov. 2, 1862; died at Suffolk, Va., Jan. 30, 1863.

Taylor, John, Nov. 6, 1862.; transferred to Co. B Nov. 6, 1862.

Tingley, Edwin B., Nov. 6, 1862.

Unger, Benjamin W., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Wade, Martin, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Welker, Henry B., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Wade, Lewis, Nov. 6, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

West, William F., Nov. 6, 1862; transferred to Co. B Nov. 6, 1862.

Walmer, Henry, Nov. 6, 1862.

Yentzer, John H., Nov. 6, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Zartman, John H., Nov. 6, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Zimmerman, Daniel, Nov. 13, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.



COMPANY F.

From Lancaster, Dauphin, and adjoining counties.

Captain.

Isaac S. Filbert, Nov. 23, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

First Lieutenant.

Daniel T. Smouse, June 20,1861; promoted from sergeant Co. F, 40th regiment P.V.,

Dec. 6,1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Second Lieutenant,

Joseph B. Garber, Nov. 22, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

First Sergeant.

Harry H. Hipple, Nov. 6, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Sergeants.

James R. Campbell, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

William Wentz, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

John T. Sheibley, Nov. 10, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

John F.G. Long, Nov. 6, 1862; absent at muster out.

Corporals.

Henry Wentz, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Samuel A. Kern, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Jacob Snyder, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

S.L. Hollenbaugh, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Samuel Barcley, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

John Hawthorn, Nov. 12, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Henry Alton, Nov. 11, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5,1863.

John Mack, Nov. 11, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Musicians.

Cyrus Miller, Nov. 6,1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Benjamin F. Barnhart, Dec. 3, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Privates.

Billman, Isaac, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5. 1863.

Briner, Jacob, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Berrier, William, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Baker, Michael F., Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Bistline, Solomon, Nov. 6, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Berrier, William H., Nov. 6, 1862.

Bowman, John, Nov. 8, 1862.

Bucher, Samuel, Nov. 8, 1862.

Berntheiser, Joseph, Nov. 11, 1862.

Cook, William, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Cless, Jacob, Nov. 5,1862; died at Suffolk, Va., Jan. 22, 1863.

Crull, John, Nov. 2, 1862.

Conrad, Jacob, Nov. 10, 1862.

Crider, Joseph R., Nov. 8, 1862.

Dean, George, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Duck, Solomon, Nov. 11, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Dehiser, James W., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Emery, George, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Eslinger, Jacob, Nov. 6, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Eshleman, Samuel, Nov. 8, 1862.

Fry, Joseph, Nov. 4, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Gutshall, Philip, Nov. 6, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Garland, William, Nov. 6, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Greenblade, John, Nov. 11, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Gutshall, Abraham, Nov. 2, 1862.

Groff, Jacob, Nov. 6, 1862.

Heim, George, Nov. 11, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Heinbaugh, C.B., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Humes, William D., Nov. 5, 1862.

Holloway, James, Nov. 4, 1862.

Kuhn, John C., Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Kuhn, Andrew L., Nov. 6, 1862; absent at muster out.

Kesler, David, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Kochenderfer, Peter, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Kern, Simon, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Kitner, Abraham, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Kebler, Lewis, Nov, 6, 1862.

Kenny, William, Nov. 4, 1862.

Kaylor, Abraham, Nov. 6, 1862.

Lay, William A., Nov. 6, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Lay, Samuel, Nov. 5, 1862.

Miller, Samuel, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Moyer, Joseph, Nov. 8, 1862.

Miller, Isaac, Nov. 8, 1862.

Miller, Isaac T., Nov. 5, 1862.

MeConnel, Samuel, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

McCardel, William, Nov. 11, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

McClure, James K., Nov. 5, 1862.

Noal, Alexander, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Ney, Samuel, Nov. 2, 1862.

O'Donnel, Samuel, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Peck, James, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Peck, James W., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Rhea, James D., Nov. 6, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Rutter, William, Nov. 11, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Rule, Henry A., Nov. 2, 1862.

Rice, George C., Nov. 2, 1862.

Rice, George I., Nov. 2, 1862.

Ruth, John, Nov. 8, 1862.

Robison, William, Nov. 8, 1862.

Stambaugh, William, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Shoemaker, William, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Stambaugh, John, Nov. 6, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Stump, John, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Stum, George, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Sheibly, George, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Seager, Jacob, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Stambaugh, Eli, Nov. 10, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Snyder, John G., Nov. 6, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Shull, Frederick, Nov. 6, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Shannon, Jesse, Nov. 2, 1862; died at Suffolk, Va., March 4, 1863.

Shearer, Henry, Nov. 2, 1862; died at Suffolk, Va., April 20. 1863.

Shearer, John, Nov. 10, 1862.

Sheriff, Andrew, Nov. 2, 1862.

Sensenig, George, Nov. 8, 1862.

Sweigart, Peter, Nov. 8, 1862.

Showalter, Elias, Nov. 8, 1862.

Shelpfer, John, Nov. 8, 1862.

Shrender, William, Nov. 8, 1862.

Trostle, Abraham, Nov. 10, 1862.

Trupe, Abraham, Nov. 8, 1862.

Waggoner, Christian, Nov. 6,1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Zigler, John, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

COMPANY I.

From Dauphin County.



Captain.

Benjamin J. Evitts, Nov. 25, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

First Lieutenant.

P.S. Bergstresser, Nov. 25, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Second Lieutenant.

Joseph D. Gise, Nov. 25, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

First Sergeant.

Jonathan Tobias, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Sergeants.

Edward Mencel, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Henry Bordner, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Henry Witmer, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Martin P. Shaffner, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Corporals.

John Kissinger, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

John T. Hoffman, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Henry Kissinger, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Reuben Rubendall, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Michael Welker, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

John Loudenslager, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Josiah Osman, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Lawrence Boyer, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Musicians.

Frederick Klinger, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Edward Umholtz, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Privates.

Bellon, John, Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Betz, Anthony, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Bordner, Jonathan, Nov. 25, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Brown, David, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Brubaker, Samuel H., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Bubb, Jonas, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Carle, Daniel, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Coleman, Charles, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 2, 1862.

Coleman, Jacob, Nov. 2, 1862.

Deitz, Jacob, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Deibler, John N., Nov. 2,1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Dillman, Barnhart, Nov. 25, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Drum, Charles, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Deitz, Joseph, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 2, 1862.

Daniel, Benneville, Nov. 2, 1862.

Evitts, Henry C., Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5. 1863.

Frantz, Uriah, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Feidt, George, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Furkel, Philip, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Fisher, Jeremiah, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 2, 1862.

Good, John L., Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Gaiton, John W., Nov. 4, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 14, 1862.

Gingles, Thomas, Nov. 4, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 4, 1862.

Hoffman, John, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Hoover, Alfred, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Haines, Frederick A., Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 2, 1862.

Klinger, Peter, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Klinger, Samuel, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Klinger, Philip, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Klinger, Joseph, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Kissinger, Jonas, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Kocher, William, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Koppenheffer, H.S., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Lubold, George, Nov. 2,1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5,1863.

Lebo, Joseph, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 2, 1862.

Lentz, John, Jr., Nov. 2, 1862.

Lubold, Martin, Nov. 2, 1862.

Metz, Michael, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 2, 1862.

Miller, Samuel, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 2, 1862.

Miller, Jeremiah, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 2, 1862.

Miller, John R., Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 2, 1862.

Miller, Jacob, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 2, 1862.

Mencle, Daniel, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 2, 1862.

McCurtin, Daniel, Nov. 2, 1862.

Ossman, George, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged Nov. 19, 1862.

Ohle, Eli, Nov. 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 1, 1862.

Parker, Joseph C., Nov. 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 1, 1862.

Reedy, William H., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Reed, Israel, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Reed, Joseph H., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Reed, Abraham H., Nov. 5, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Ritzman, Jacob, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Romberger, J.B., Nov. 2, 1862; absent, sick, at muster out.

Ritzman, Balthazer, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Romberger, Jonas, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged Nov. 18, 1862.

Reigle, Obed J., Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 2, 1862.

Ryen, John, Nov. 11, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 11, 1862.

Reichard, Elias, Nov. 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 1, 1862.

Robins, Abraham T., Nov. 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 1, 1862.

Romberger, George, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged Nov. 18, 1862.

Rusho, John B., Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 2, 1862.

Snyder, Abraham, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Shoffstall, Amos, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Stroub, Samuel, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Saltzer, John A., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Siler, Abraham, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Schaffner, Eli, Nov, 5, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 5, 1862.

Shade, Edward, Nov. 2, 1862; discharged Nov. 20, 1862.

Shaffer, Charles, Nov. 1, 1862; discharged on surg. certlf. Nov. 1, 1862.

Sommers, Jesse, Nov. 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 1, 1862.

Shoemaker, Philip, Nov. 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 1, 1862.

Tschubb, George, Nov. 2, 1862; absent, sick, at muster out.

Troutman, George H., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Weaver, William, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Wirt, John H., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Williard, Daniel, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Wingert, Daniel H., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Weaver, Henry H., Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Williard, John, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

Wambaugh, B.H., Nov. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate. Nov. 2, 1862.

Whitmight, Michael, Nov. 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 1, 1862.

Walborn, Jacob, Nov. 2, 1862.

Zerfing, Elias, Nov. 2, 1862; mustered out with company Aug. 5, 1863.

ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTH REGIMENT (THREE YEARS' SERVICE).

COMPANY A.

Recruited in Dauphin and adjoining counties.

Captains.

Jacob Dorsheimer, March 1, 1862; resigned May 22, 1863.

Theodore K. Scheffer, Feb. 21, 1862; promoted from 1st lieutenant June 10, 1863; brevet major March 13, 1865; wounded at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865; discharged Feb. 21, 1865, at exp. of term.

Samuel Lyon, Jan. 26, 1865; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

First Lieutenant.

Oliver P. Stair, March 1, 1862; promoted from 2nd lieutenant June 10, 1863; com. captain Feb. 22, 1865; not mustered; brevet major March 13, 1865; discharged March 3, 1865, at exp. of term.

Second Lieutenant.

George C. Stair, March 1, 1862; promoted from sergeant June 10, 1863; captured at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; discharged April 22, 1865, at exp. of term.

First Sergeants.

James Crimmins, Feb. 12, 1862; promoted from corp. to sergeant March 2, 1864; to 1st sergeant May 1, 1865; wounded at Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862; captured at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863, and at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; com. 2nd lieutenant June 3, 1865; 1st lieutenant July 7, 1865; not mustered; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

Frederick Buckingham, Jan. 24, 1862; prisoner from Aug. 19, 1864, to Feb. 28, 1865; discharged April 12, to date March 5, 1865, at exp. of term.

Sergeants.

Peter A. Hinkle, Jan. 24, 1862; captured at Bull Run, Va., Aug. 30, 1862, and at Weldon Railroad Aug. 19, 1864; promoted from corp. April 4,1864; com. 2nd lieutenant July 7, 1865; not mustered; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

John M. Mohler, Feb. 10, 1862; promoted from corp. April 4, 1864; captured, date unknown; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

Samuel F. Ruth, Jan. 24, 1862; promoted to corp. April 6, 1864; to sergeant June 15, 1865; captured at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863, and at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

Solomon R. Hough, Dec. 16, 1861; discharged Aug. 30, 1863, for wounds received at Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862.

Alfred A. Collins, Sept. Ii, 1861; discharged Aug. 30, for wounds received at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863.

Charles W. Conrad, March 1, 1862; wounded at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps March 1, 1864.

Andrew C. Wolfe, Jan. 29, 1862; died at York, Pa,, May 8, 1865; veteran.

Corporals.

Christian Shearer, Feb. 1, 1862; captured at Bull Run, Va., Aug. 30, 1862; at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863; and at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 7, 1865; absent at muster out; veteran.

Amos Whalk, April 16, 1864; promoted to Corp. Jan. 13, 1865; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

William Edwards, June 23, 1864; substitute; promoted to Corp. April 13, 1865; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Isaac Supplee, Feb. 1, 1862; captured at Bull Run Aug. 30, 1862; at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863, and at White Oak Road, Va., March 31, 1865; discharged by G.O. May 29, 1865; veteran.

Edward Jacoby, Feb. 14, 1862; wounded at Gettysburg, Pa,, July 1, 1863; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps March 1, 1864.

William Seifert., Feb. 21,1862; wounded at Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862; transferred to 2nd regiment U.S. Cav. Dec. 30, 1862.

Adam F. Smith, Feb. 27, 1862; captured at Bull Run, Va., Aug. 30. 1862; wounded at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps Aug. 9, 1864; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 23, 1865; veteran.

James Hagerty, Feb. 21, 1862; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps Jan. 15, 1864; discharged Feb. 1865, at exp. of term.

Jerald M. Burton, April 1, 1862; died at Washington, D.C., Sept. 8, 1862, of wounds received in action; burial record, Oct. 9, 1862; buried in National Cemetery, Antietam, Md., section 26, lot F, grave 577.

Devan N. Bentz, Jan. 24, 1862; missing in action at Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862.

Musicians.

William C. Stair, April 8,1864; prisoner from Aug. 19 to Oct. 8, 1861; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Samuel Simons, Feb. 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 18, 1862.

John Warner, Aug. 21, 1862.

Alexander Wolf, Jan. 24, 1862.

Privates.

Alliton, Thomas, Aug. 17, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Adams, William T., Feb. 10, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Aug. 19, 1862.

Anderson, John H., Aug. 11, 1864; substitute; wounded at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 18, 1865.

Albert, Joseph, Feb. 18, 1862; prisoner from Aug. 19, 1864, to Feb. 27, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865; veteran.

Blythe, Edward, Aug. 17, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Burke, Daniel, Aug. 2, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Barrett, Michael, Aug. 2, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Brown, Michael, Aug. 10, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Brummel, Thomas, Aug. 12, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Bush, Jacob, Sept. 17, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 17, 1865.

Brady, James, Sept. 17, 1864; substitute; wounded at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865; discharged by G.O. May 19, 1865.

Brewster, Charles W., March 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 24, 1862.

Baily, Henry W., Feb. 21, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 28, 1862.

Baumback, Ernst, Aug. 31, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Beighley, John P.H., Sept. 1, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Boring, James K. P., Sept. 2, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Butler, William, Sept. 6, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Barmetler, Joseph, Sept. 6, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Barnabas, George, Sept. 20, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Baily, Benjamin B., Feb. 1, 1862; captured at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; died at Salisbury, N.C., Nov. 9, 1864; veteran.

Baily, Mahlon P., Feb. 21, 1862.

Costello, Michael, Aug. 17, 1864; substitute; wounded at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Clark, John, Aug. 1, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Corcoran, William, Aug. 1, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Carlin, James, Aug. 2, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Conrad, Rufus, Feb. 24, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 29, 1862.

Case, Aaron, Sept. 10, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 27, 1863.

Clarkson, John S., March 6, 1862; captured at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 2, 1865; veteran.

Cosgrove, Francis, March 1, 1862; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps July 22, 1863.

Conrad, Gerald F., Jan. 21, 1862; died at Culpeper Court-House, Va., Jan. 2, 1864.

Conrad, J. Oscar, Feb. 24, 1862; killed at Petersburg, Va., June 20, 1864; veteran.

Carpenter, Benjamin O., Jan. 24, 1862; captured at Bull Run, Va., Aug. 30, 1862.

Coovadt, Daniel H., Aug. 30, 1862; captured at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863; missing in action at Wilderness, Va., May 5, 1864.

Davis, David, Aug. 11, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. July 13, 1865.

Doyle, Thomas, Aug. 12, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Dougherty, Thomas, Aug. 17, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Dugan, James, Jan, 4, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 13, 1862.

Dickson, Thomas, Feb. 10, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 11, 1863.

Dull, William, Feb. 18, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 30, 1863.

Defner, Thomas, Sept. 17, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Diamond, Philip, Sept. 30, 1864; drafted; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Davis, John, June 3, 1864; substitute; wounded at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 17, 1865.

Davidson, Henry R., April 9, 1862; captured at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; died at Camp Parole, Annapolis, Md., April 19, 1865; veteran.

Ebersole, Aaron L., Aug. 8, 1864; substitute; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Evans, Isaac, Jan. 26, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 28, 1862.

Eiler, John C., Sept. 19, 1864; drafted; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Fleck, Benjamin, Aug. 2, 1864; substitute; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Fleming, J.B., Aug. 2, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Finch, Nathaniel, July 30, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Ferris, John C., Feb. 26, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 9, 1862.

Fake, George, Feb. 18, 1862; wounded at Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862.; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 3, 1862.

Fennel, Abraham, Sept. 19, 1864; drafted; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Firth, Thomas, Feb. 21, 1862.

Gressing, Patrick, July 24, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Gregg, Faber, Aug. 2, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Gilmore, Joseph, Aug. 6, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Gale, Seely, Jan. 7, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 3, 1862.

Green, Ezra, Feb. 21, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 24, 1862.

Griffith, Thomas, Sept. 5, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Gromey, Cornelius B., Jan. 2, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 24, 1865.

Hagerty, Joseph, Feb. 10, 1862; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

Hunt, Joseph M., Aug. 8, 1864; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Harrigan, Martin, June 1, 1864; substitute; captured at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865.

Harman, John, Feb. 16, 1862; wounded at Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 15, 1862.

Haine, Fidell, Feb. 18, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 9, 1862.

Heltmeyer, A.C., Feb. 18, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 20, 1863.

Hardy, Ira, March 1, 1862; wounded at Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 18, 1863.

Hardy, David N., Feb. 11, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 11, 1863.

Hahn, Casper, Sept. 19, 1864; drafted; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Hartung, John, Sept. 19, 1864; drafted; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Hinkley, Elias, Sept. 9, 1863; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps June 25, 1864.

Hinkley, Peter B., March 1, 1862; died at Cloud's Mills, Va., May 8, 1862.

Hawes, Jacob B., Aug. 30, 1862; wounded at Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862; killed at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863.

Hossler, George, Feb. 12, 1862; captured at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; died at Salisbury, N.C., Nov. 10, 1864; veteran.

Harman, John J., Jan. 24, 1862; captured at Bull Run, Va., Aug. 30, 1862.

Jones, William, Aug. 13, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Jones, Joshua M., April 8, 1864; captured at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 30, 1865.

Jenkins, Francis, Sept. 9, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Jamison, Samuel F., March 8, 1862; transferred to Co. I July 24, 1862.

Johnson, Samuel F., May 31, 1862; killed at Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862.

Kennedy, James P., Feb. 21, 1862; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

Kechner, Frederick, March 11, 1862; wounded at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

Kobler, Charles, Oct. 7, 1864; substitute; absent, sick, at muster out.

Kerley, William, Aug. 10, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Kline, John G., Feb. 21, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 29, 1862.

Kline, Petraclus, Feb. 21, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 24, 1862.

Knight, Ira, Feb. 21, 1862; captured at Mine Run, Va., Nov. 26, 1863; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps March 1, 1864.

Kline, John, Jan. 24, 1862; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps Oct. 25, 1863.

Kunkle, George, Feb. 18, 1862; captured at Bull Run, Va., Aug. 30, 1862, and at Weldon Railroad Aug. 19, 1864; died at Camp Parole, Annapolis, Md., April 19, 1865; burial record, George Kembell, April 1, 1865; veteran.

Lynch, David, Oct. 4, 1864; substitute; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Laufer, William, Aug. 2, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Long, Levi, Jan. 24, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 24, 1862.

Lancaster, George W., May 6, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Luchterhan, Charles, Sept. 17, 1864; drafted; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Leonard, Adam, Sept. 26, 1864; drafted; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Morgan, Samuel, June 23, 1863; substitute; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Mulholland, J.W., Oct. 5, 1864; substitute; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Mier, Francis, Aug. 1, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Mayberry, Aaron, Aug. 1, 1864; substitute; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Mullin, John, Aug. 2,1864; substitute; never joined company.

Murphy, Patrick, Aug. 12, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

March, William, Feb. 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 28, 1862.

Miller, Elias, Sept. 20, 1864; drafted; wounded at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

McBride, A., July 30, 1863; captured at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

McGarry, John, Aug. 2, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

McCormick, Thomas, Aug. 16, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

McNear, Perry, Jan. 24, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 9, 1863.

McKinzie, John, Jan. 24, 1862.

McClosky, James C., Feb. 1, 1862; captured at Bull Run, Va., Aug. 30, 1862.

Nickson, James, Aug. 18, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Pearlstone, Barney, June 16, 1864; substitute; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Page, Edward, Aug. 3, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Pierce, Edwin W., Feb. 21, 1862; prisoner from Aug. 19, 1864, to Feb. 27, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865; veteran.

Port, William D., Jan. 10, 1862; transferred to Co. I July 24, 1862.

Phillips, Russell, March 1, 1862; killed at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863.

Pattent, William H., Feb. 10, 1862; died at York, Pa., Aug. 26, of wounds received at Gettysburg, July 1, 1863; buried in U.S. General Hospital Cemetery, grave 21.

Ridgway, Charles W., Feb. 1, 1862; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps Jan. 15, 1865; discharged by G.O. Sept. 19, 1865; veteran.

Robbins, John H., Feb. 10, 1862; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

Regan, Charles, Aug. 2, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Race, Seneca, Jan. 24, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 24, 1862.

Ridgway, Uriah, Feb. 10, 1862; discharged by special order Nov. 25, 1864; veteran.

Rudolph, Andrew C., Sept. 19, 1864; substitute; discharged by S.O. Dec. 13, 1864.

Race, Hiram, Jan. 24, 1862; killed at Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862.

Reesinger, William H., Feb. 24, 1862.

Secor, Isaac A., Jan. 26, 1862; absent, sick, at muster out.

Smith, Charles, Aug. 2, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Sullivan, James, Jan. 24, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 12, 1862.

St. Clair, John, Jan. 24, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 9, 1862.

Spangler, Levi, Feb. 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate April 10, 1863.

Solier, John, Feb. 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 28, 1862.

Smallwood, Thomas, Feb. 1, 1862; prisoner from Aug. 30, to Dec. 29, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Aug. 13, 1863.

Smith, Emanuel, Feb. 12, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 9, 1862.

Sage, Henry, Jan. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 2, 1862.

Slocum, Sidney C., Jan. 24, 1862; captured at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863; discharged by S.O. Oct. 23, 1864.

Smutzer, John, Aug. 31, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Smay, John, Sept. 20, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Schirmskie, Joseph, June 24, 1864; substitute; wounded and captured at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Smith, Thomas A., Jan. 26, 1862; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps March 1, 1864.

Smith, Cornelius, Feb. 12, 1862; wounded at Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862; killed at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; veteran.

Secor, Madoram C., Jan. 24, 1862; captured at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863, and at Mine Run, Va., Dec. 3, 1863; died at Richmond Feb. 1, 1864.

Snodgrass, William B., Jan. 24, 1862.

Thomas, John L., Aug. 3, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Tasson, William, Aug. 6, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Tiffany, Allison, Sept. 8, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate April 14, 1865.

Troxell, William, Feb. 1, 1862; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps April 1, 1864.

Vanarsdale, Isaac, Aug. 2, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Varner, Jacob, Sept. 20, 1864; drafted; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Vansalkenberg, F., Jan. 24, 1862.

Willet, Thomas, Aug. 11, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Welsh, Jacob, Feb. 21, 1862: wounded at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863; captured at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

Williams, John T., June 24, 1864; substitute; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Wolf, Henry, Aug. 1, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Waffiter, Carl, Aug. 1, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Wallace, William, Aug. 1, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Wright Thomas, Aug. 3, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Wagoner, Thomas, Aug. 2, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Willey, John L., Feb. 12, 1862; captured at Gettysburg July 1, 1863; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

Wilmoth, Frederick A., March 1, 1862; discharged March 2, 1865, at exp, of term.

Waterman, Ira V., Sept. 14, 1862; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps June 24, 1864; discharged by G.O. July 6, 1865.

Worley, George C., March 8, 1862; transferred to Company I July 24, 1862.

Weiser, Albert, March 8, 1862; died at Georgetown, D.C., Nov. 7, 1862.

Weist, Harrison C., Jan. 24, 1862; died Nov. 19 of wounds received at Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862.

Wier, Jacob, July 31, 1862; captured at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; died at Salisbury, N.C., Nov. 9, 1864.

Weidman, Thomas, Jan. 24, 1862.

Wardnon, John, Jan. 24, 1862.

Yohe, John, Sept. 10, 1862; captured at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.

Zinn, George W., Sept. 7, 1864; substitute; wounded at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 6, 1865.



COMPANY B.

Recruited in Dauphin and adjoining counties.

Captains.

James Mac Thompson, Feb. 20, 1862; promoted to major Oct. 19, 1862.

Jacob V. Gish, Nov. 15, 1861; promoted from 1st sergeant to 2nd lieutenant July 24, 1862; to captain Jan. 5, 1863; wounded at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps Feb. 18, 1864; discharged April 14, 1864.

James Hemphill, Nov. 15, 1861; promoted from 1st sergeant to 2nd lieutenant Jan. 5, 1863; to 1st lieutenant April 17, 1863; to captain April 15,1864; brevet major

March 13, 1865; wounded at Petersburg, Va,, June 17, 1864; discharged Jan. 12, at exp. of term.

William R. Sturgeon, Nov. 15, 1861; promoted from sergeant to 2nd lieutenant April 28, 1863; to 1st lieutenant April 13, 1864; to captain May 13, 1865; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

First Lieutenants.

T.H.N. McPherson, Jan. 25, 1862; resigned Jan. 12, 1863.

Aaron Treher, May 8, 1863; promoted to 2nd lieutenant Dec. 20, 1864; to 1st lieutenant May 21, 1865; wounded at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Second Lieutenants.

William Graeff, Feb. 20, 1862; resigned July 23, 1862.

George Smith, Jan. 25, 1862; promoted to corp. Jan. 31, 1862; to sergeant Oct. 16, 1864; to 2nd lieutenant May 27, 1865; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

First Sergeants.

David Noel, Jan. 9, 1862; pris. from Aug. 30, to Dec. 8, 1862; promoted to corp. Oct. 18, 1854; to sergeant Jan. 1, 1865; to 1st sergeant May 1, 1865; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

David W. Wagner, Jan. 25, 1862; promoted to corp. July 25, 1862; to 1st sergeant May 1, 1863; captured at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; died at Salisbury, N.C., Nov. 14, 1864; veteran.

Sergeants.

William A. Corners, Feb. 19, 1862; promoted to corp. Oct. 16, 1864; to sergeant Jan. 1, 1865; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

Samuel Sugars, Feb. 8, 1862; promoted to corp.; to sergeant April 1, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Jan. 26, 1863.

Abraham B. Kindig, April 4, 1862; wounded at Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862; promoted to corp. Dec. 31, 1862; to sergeant May 16, 1863; died at Bealton Station, Va., Nov. 21, 1863,

John Kozier, Feb. 27, 1862; promoted to corp. July 24, 1862; to sergeant May 1, 1863; prisoner front Aug. 30 to Dec. 21, 1862; wounded at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1,1863; died at Washington, D.C., Aug. 5, of wounds, with loss of leg, received at Petersburg, Va., June 21, 1864; veteran.

Joseph B. McElhany, Jan. 9, 1862; promoted to sergeant July 24, 1862; killed at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; buried in Poplar Grove, National Cemetery, Petersburg, Va., division A, section D, grave 31; veteran.

George C. Fiasler, Jan. 9, 1862; promoted to Corp. March 13, 1862; to sergeant May 1, 1863; wounded at Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862, and at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863; captured at Weldon Railroad, Va., Aug. 19, 1864; died at Salisbury, N.C., Dec. 29, 1864; veteran.

Corporals.

Charles Fisher, Sept. 12, 1864; substitute; promoted to corp. Jan. 1, 1865; wounded at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865; absent, in hospital, at muster out.

Peter Altmyer, June 3, 1864; drafted; promoted to corp. Jan. 1, 1865; missing in action at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865.

William H. Gilbert, May 3, 1864; wounded in action May 30, 1864; promoted to corp. May 6, 1865; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Benjamin Keck, Jan. 23, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 18, 1862.

William Carr, June 21, 1864; drafted; promoted to corp. Jan. 1,1865; wounded at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

James Kell, Jan. 9, 1862; promoted to corp. July 1, 1864; pris. from Aug. 19, 1864, to June 2, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 20, 1865; veteran.

John M. Duff, Aug. 3, 1864; substitute; promoted to corp. Feb. 6, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Peter Pislee, Feb. 20, 1862; promoted to corp. Dec. 31, 1862; killed at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863.

David Sugars, Feb. 22, 1862, promoted to corp. July 24, 1862; died Sept. 26, of wounds received at Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862.

Musicians.

Samuel Shuler, Jan. 23, 1862; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

Samuel Dubbs, Jan. 9, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 14, 1865.

Privates.

Albic, Joseph, Aug. 3, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Andrews, Peter, Jan. 8, 1862; discharged Jan, 8, 1865, at exp. of term.

Amey, Henry, Sept. 3, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Burns, Isaac, Feb. 27, 1862; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

Burns, Andrew, Feb. 11, 1862; mustered out with company July 13, 1865; veteran.

Bice, Nicholas, May 27, 1864; drafted; never joined company.

Baker, Samuel, June 8, 1864; drafted; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Bire, Harmon, Oct. 6, 1864; substitute; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Beaver, Levi J., June 18, 1864; drafted; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Boshinger, Amos, Oct. 3, 1864; drafted; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Brown, John, July 30, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Brown, Philip, Jan. 4, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 30, 1862.

Baker, John, Sept. 24, 1864; substitute; disch, by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Blakely, Daniel, Sept. 6, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Bautz, John, July 21, 1864; drafted; discharged by G.O. May 31, 1865.

Burns, William S., Jan. 9, 1862; discharged for promotion May 10, 1863.

Byers, William S., Feb. 25, 1862; died near Culpeper Court-House, Va., Aug. 7, 1863.

Bennett, Amos, Jan. 9, 1862.

Brenner, John, Jan. 23, 1862.

Blidler, Joseph, Jan. 9, 1862; not on muster-out roll,

Cooper, Carry, Aug. 30, 1864; substitute; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Cole, Daniel, Aug. 30, 1864; substitute; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Corminan, Isaac, July 17, 1863; drafted; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Campbell, John, Aug. 2, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Calmon Lawson, Jan. 9, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 16, 1863.

Cole, Jacob D., Sept. 6, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Cresswell, William, Sept. 9, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Castor, Benjamin, Sept. 1, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Camleat, Julius, Aug. 21, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Commers, Christian, Feb. 26, 1862; wounded at Gettysburg, Pa., July 1, 1863; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps Oct. 7, 1863.

Clark, Zachariah, Oct. 21, 1864; drafted; died at Alexandria, Va., May 15, 1865.

Coil, John, Nov. 16, 1862.

Ditz, Noah, Oct. 5, 1864; substitute; mustered out with company July 13, 1865.

Dottery, William, Feb. 27, 1862; missing in action at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865; veteran.

Davis, James, Aug. 5, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Deiter, William, July 27, 1864; substitute; mustered out. with company July 13, 1865.

Dadia, Alexander, Aug. 2,1864; substitute; never joined company.

Dice, Lewis, Jan. 23, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Oct. 1, 1862.

Dice, John, Jan. 3, 1862; wounded at South Mountain, Md., Sept. 14, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Nov. 18, 1862.

Deitrick, John, Aug. 9, 1864; substitute; wounded at Dabney's Mills, Va., Feb. 6, 1865; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Deaud, Samuel, Sept. 1, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 7,1865.

Donzison, John, Sept. 4, 1864; substitute: discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Davis, Wilbur, Sept. 17, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Davis, William H., Jan. 9, 1862; transferred to Co. E, date unknown.

Dever, Eli, Jan. 23, 1862; killed at Petersburg, Va., June 18, 1864; veteran.

Eyler, Charles, Aug. 5, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Easterling, Peter, Sept. 17, 1864; drafted; discharged by G.O. June 7, 1865.

Ezer, Wesley, Jan. 9, 1862; died at City Point, Va., June 23, of wounds received at Petersburg, June 18, 1864.

Evans, Wilson, July 5, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 18, 1865.

Filey, John M., Aug. 5, 1864; substitute; never joined company.

Finley, Hugh G., Nov. 29, 1861; wounded at Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862; missed in action at Weldon Railroad Aug. 19, 1864; veteran.

Fish, Reuben, Jan. 3, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate March 8, 1863.

Moon, Robert, March 8, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Montgomery, William, March 22, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

McGinty, William, March 15, 1862; discharged by G.O. March 29, 1865.

McLaughlin, Alexander, April 27, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

McDonald, Archibald, April 11, 1863; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

McAuley, William, Feb. 10, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 26, 1865; veteran.

McCallen, Charles, Feb. 10, 1862; died at Sandy Hook, Md., June 29, 1864; burial record, June 17, L864; buried in National Cemetery, Antietam, section 26, lot D, grave 375; veteran.

McAfee, James, Feb. 9, 1864; killed at Hamilton, Va., March 22, 1865.

McDermott, Franc, March 10, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

McGarrigan, Patrick, April 18, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

McClellan, James, March 7, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Nyheart, Jacob, Feb. 26, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Nobbs, George H., Jan. 16, 1862; discharged by G.O. Sept. 11, 1865; veteran.

Nelson, William, March 8, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

O'Harra, Patrick, Feb. 10, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Parrish, Niram, Feb. 24, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Rupp, Henry, Jan. 2, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Randall, James H., March 31, 1864; died, date unknown; buried in National Cemetery, Antietam, Md., section 26, lot D, grave 360.

Rogers, Aaron M., Jan. 16, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Rhodes, Andrew, Jan. 20, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Rogers, Joseph S., March 8, 1862; died Aug. 22,1862; buried in Military Asylum Cemetery, D.C.

Reed, Elias, March 12, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Showalter, Jacob, March 16, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Simpson, William, Jan. 13, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Smith, James B., Feb. 9, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Smith, James, Jan. 1, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Strausbury, Jacob, Feb. 18, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Slonaker, John W., Sept. 1, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Shine, John, March 8, 1862.

Smith, Ashabel M., Jan. 10, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Strouse, Charles, March 6, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Stricklin, Lafayette, March 7, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Twining, John, March 7, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Vanguilder, George, March 21, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Vedder, William, March 8, 1865; not on muster-out roll.

Watt, William, Feb. 7, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Weist, Jacob, Aug. 31, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Williamson, Hiram, March 22, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Worster, Gottfried, April 11, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Young, Thomas L., Feb. 24, 1864; absent, sick, at muster out.

COMPANY L.



Captains.

George H. Russell, March 20, 1862; resigned Sept. 1, 1862.

Elmer F. Jennings, Feb. 19, 1862; promoted from 1st lieutenant Sept. 5, 1862; resigned April 27. 1863.

W.H. McAllister, March 20,1862; promoted from 2nd to 1st lieutenant Sept. 5, 1862; to captain April 28, 1863; corn. major March 13, 1865; not mustered; to lieutenant-col. May 18, 1865.

O.B. Tourtellott, Jan. 1, 1862; promoted from sergeant-major to 2nd lieutenant Feb. 17,

1864; to 1st lieutenant Feb. 4, 1865; to captain May 19, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.



First Lieutenants.

Melvin H. Fenno, Feb. 10, 1862; promoted from 2nd lieutenant Sept. 23, 1853; discharged Dec. 5, 1864.

Henry A. Drake, Jan. 18, 1862; promoted from 1st sergeant to 2nd lieutenant Feb. 4, 1865; to 1st lieutenant May 20, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Second Lieutenant.

Bela P. Scoville, Jan. 18, 1862; promoted from sergeant to 1st sergeant Feb. 4, 1865; to 2nd lieutenant May 20, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

First Sergeant.

C.S. McCullough, March 5, 1862; promoted from sergeant May 20, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Quartermaster Sergeant.

John White, Feb. 18, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Commissary Sergeant.



Sheldon, Logan, March 5, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Sergeants.



Newton B. Parker, March 5, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

William H. Keasey, Feb. 14, 1862; mustered out with company July 20,1865; veteran.

Perry, Smiley, Feb. 4, 1864; promoted from private Feb. 4, 1865; absent at muster out.

Hiram E. Hanson, Jan. 18, 1862; promoted from corp. March 20, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

John Betz, Feb. 23, 1864; promoted from corp. May 20, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

A.M. Smith, March 5, 1862; discharged Nov. 4, 1864, for wounds received in action.

Corporal.

William Marshall, Feb. 14, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Franklin Alford, March 5, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Samuel Allen, March 5,1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Willard Triskett, March 5, 1862; promoted to corp. March 1, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Benjamin Trautman, Feb. 1, 1864; promoted to corp. March 1, 1865; absent at muster out; veteran.

Jefferson Shepard, March 31, 1864; promoted to Corp. March 20, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Benjamin B. Thompson, March 31, 1864; promoted to corp. May 20, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

James M. Sherwood, Jan. 4, 1864; promoted to corp. May 24, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Leander Blanchard, March 5, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 24, 1864.

Michael Finn, Jan. 3, 1863; disch, May 24 for wounds received in action March 21, 1865.

Bugler.

Wesley M. Newton, March 3, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

John W. Freeman, March 26, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Lyman Dunham, Fob. 10, 1862; discharged March 22, 1865; at exp. of term.

Blacksmith.

Wilson Dunham, Feb. 1, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Farrier.

Joseph Jaggi, March 5, 1862; promoted to farrier March 1, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Saddler.

John H. Wilson, March 26, 1864; promoted to saddler May 1, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Privates.

Allen, Michael, March 5, 1862; absent at muster out; veteran.

Ammon, James S., Oct. 15, 1864; absent at muster out.

Anderson, James, May 1, 1863.

Albright, John, March 7, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Beardsley, Luther, Jan. 4, 1864; captured at Charlestown, Va., June 29, 1864.

Boyles, Joseph H., March 26, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Blanchard, Seymour, Dec. 29, 1863; discharged June 13 for wounds received in action March 21, 1865.

Butler, Orion S., Dec. 29, 1863; discharged by G.O. June 23, 1865.

Bostwick, Edward, Dec. 29, 1863; transferred to Co. C June 1, 1864.

Baker, Willard, March 31, 1864; killed near Winchester, Va., July 24, 1864.

Baker, John, April 23, 1864.

Borroughs, Horace, Feb. 10, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Berry, George, Feb. 10, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Brown, James, Feb. 10, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Bauer, John, Feb. 18, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Bartlebaugh, Philip, Feb. 14, 1862; transferred to Co. H, date unknown.

Brown, John S., March 7, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Bateman, Thomas H., March 8, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Campbell, Robert, May 20, 1864; captured at Charlestown, Va., June 29, 1864; veteran.

Carrens, John, March 30, 1863; absent at muster out.

Clark, Eugene B., Jan. 18, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Clark, Russell G., Dec. 30, 1863; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Conrad, David C., April 23, 1864; captured; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Cory, Robert, Feb. 29, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Crowell, Joseph B., Dec. 29, 1863; discharged by G.O. June 30, 1864.

Culver, Jackson, Feb. 29, 1864; absent, sick, at muster out; veteran.

Cumer, John, Oct. 15, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Collins, David, March 5, 1862; discharged March 22, 1865; at exp. of term.

Courtney, Charles F., March 6, 1862; discharged March 22, 1865, at exp. of term.

Campbell, Norman, March 5, 1862; died at Richmond, Va., Oct. 23, 1863.

Carson, Isaac, April 23, 1864.

Conner, George, Sept. 19, 1864.

Cooper, William, March 5, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Cramer, Francis, March 7, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Davidson, Andrew, May 20, 1864; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 31, 1865; veteran.

Dunham, Addison, Jan. 18, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Eastright, George W., Feb. 14, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Emerson, Henry, Dec. 29, 1863; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Fannon, Dominick, Feb. 10, 1862; absent, on detached service, at muster out; veteran.

Fausett, Nathan S., Dec. 29, 1863; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Frey, Frederick, March 8, 1864; absent at muster out.

Fox, Leonidas L.C., March 26,1864; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 11, 1865.

Ford, Henry, Sept. 28, 1862; transferred to Co. C June 1, 1864.

Fisher, Benjamin F., Feb. 11, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Fredericks, John, March 8, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Giesking, Henry F., May 20,1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Gray, John G., April 5, 1864; absent at muster out.

Gross, Lafayette, Feb. 10, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Gross, Lewis, Feb. 10, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Gates, Frederick, March 8, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Hummel, Simon, March 5, 1862; absent at muster out; veteran.

Hammond, John F., March 14, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Harrison, Henry, March 7, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Hosey, Marvin M., March 26, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Hatch, George C., Sept. 9, 1864; discharged by G.O.. June 1, 1865.

Holcy, George, Sept. 3, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Harrison, James Y., March 1, 1864; transferred to Co. C June 1,1864; veteran.

Hendry, William A., Dec. 29, 1863; killed at Hamilton, Va., March 21, 1865.

Hirsh, Takol, Feb. 10, 1862; not on muster-out roll,

Harrison, James, March 5, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Hollen, William, March 7, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Hooper, John, March 8, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Jacobs, Frank, March 5, 1862; discharged March 22, 1865, at exp. of term.

Jackson, William W., Feb. 10, 1864; transferred to Co. A June 1, 1864.

Jones, Joseph, Jan. 24, 1864; not on muster-out roll.

Keeley, Thomas, Dec. 31, 1863; absent at muster out.

Kennedy, Madison J., Feb. 10, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Kincaid, John S., April 5, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Kopple, Charles G., Jan. 18, 1862; discharged March 22, 1865, at exp. of term.

Karshner, F.H., Sept. 20, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Knickerbocker, H., Jan. 4, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 27, 1865.

Kosloskie, Antoine, Feb. 6, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 3, 1863.

Kelly, John, March 30, 1863; transferred to Co. C June 1, 1864; veteran.

Kitelin, John B., Dec. 29, 1863; transferred to Co. A June 1, 1864.

Kenney, Thomas, Dec. 29, 1863.

Kibble, David, Feb. 10, 1862; died June 21, 1862; buried in Military Asylum Cemetery, D.C.

Kurns, William, Feb. 8, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Kramer, John, Feb. 18, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Lantz, Joseph H., April 6, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Lewis, William, March 23, 1863; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Lantz, Jacob M., Feb. 14, 1862; discharged June 5, 1865, for wounds received in action; veteran.

Lewis, John O., Feb. 11, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Magee, John M., March 26, 1864; absent at muster out,

Middleton, D.S., Dec. 31, 1863; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Miles, Jacob, March 26, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Miller, David W., March 5, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Miller, John, March 5, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Miller, Henry, March 8, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Myers, Jacob, Jan. 18, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Mickle, Thomas, Feb. 10, 1862; transferred to Co. C June 1, 1864; veteran.

Mason, Edwin E., April 6, 1864.

Mortar, Samuel, Nov. 14, 1862,

Mulvin, Henry, March 5, 1862; veteran.

Maier, Michael, Jan. 24, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Mcintyre, A.D., Dec. 29, 1863; discharged by G.O. May 25, 1865.

McCarron, James, Dec. 14, 1861; died Oct. 21, 1863; buried in U.S. General Hospital Cemetery No. 2, Annapolis, Md.

McIntyre, George G., Dec. 29,1863; accidentally killed near Winchester, Va., April 8, 1865.

Nourse, Horace D., Dec. 29, 1863; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Nusser, Jacob, April 26, 1864.

Osburn, James W., Feb. 10, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate May 24, 1865; veteran.

Oaks, George H., Feb. 10, 1862; died Feb. 3, 1863; buried in Military Asylum Cemetery, D.C.

Owen, John, March 5, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Phillips, Abner, Jan. 28, 1864; killed near Hancock, Md., Aug. 9, 1864.

Proctor, George F., March 31, 1864; died at Sandy Hook, Md., Nov. 11, 1864; buried in National Cemetery, Antietam, section 26, lot D, grave 365.

Polk, John S., Jan. 13, 1864.

Riley, John, Jan. 18, 1862; absent, on detached service, at muster out; veteran.

Rockwood, Horatio, Dec. 29, 1863; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Rinehard, John, March 1, 1863; transferred to Co. C June 1, 1864.

Ross, David P., Jan. 29, 1862; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps March 15, 1864.

Rounds, George W., Dec. 29, 1863; discharged by G.O. Oct. 5, 1865.

Saxton, Hezekiah, March 26, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Saxton, James, March 26, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Scott, John M., March 8, 1884; absent at muster out.

Shipman, Wesley, March 31, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Stackhouse, Daniel, Feb. 8, 1862; mustered out with company July 20,1865; veteran.

Steele, Henry, Nov. 19, 1861; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Switzer, Lewis, March 26, 1864; absent, sick, at muster out.

Sample, Lemuel E., March 26, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 14, 1865.

Stanton, Oscar D., March 31, 1864; discharged by G.O. May 13, 1865.

Stanton, Henry L., March 31, 1864; transferred to Vet. resigned Corps May 8, 1865.

Sackett, Horace, Dec. 29, 1863; died at Litchfield, Pa., April 25, 1864.

Smith, Hanley, Feb. 10, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Smithgall, John, Feb. 17, 1862; transferred to Co. I, date unknown.

Stevens, Lewis, March 7, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Toy, Benjamin, Dec. 30, 1863; absent at muster out.

Thompson, William, Sept. 7, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Utley, James E.. March 7, 1862; transferred to Co. G, date unknown.

Wilson, Ely, March 26, 1864; mustered out with company July 1, 1865.

Wyatt, George D., May 20, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Wilkins, Asa, Feb. 10, 1862; died at Andersonville, Ga., March 17, 1864; grave 57.

Watts, Andrew J., Feb. 11, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Watts, William M., Feb. 11, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Wall, Edmund, Feb. 12, 1862; not on muster-out roll.



COMPANY M.

Captains.

William Linton, March 5, 1862; resigned June 2, 1863.

M.F. McDonald, Feb. 21, 1862; promoted to 1st lieutenant; to captain Sept. 1, 1863; discharged March 21, 1865, at exp. of term.

Henry J. Hite, Feb. 21, 1862; promoted from let sergeant to 2nd lieutenant Sept. 28, 1864; to captain March 13, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

First Lieutenants.

George Wehn, March 5,1862; resigned Oct. 11, 1862.

J. Nixon, Kinkhead, Feb. 11, 1862; promoted from 2nd to 1st lieutenant Jan. 1, 1864; discharged March 6, 1865, at exp. of term.

Levi Fisher, Feb. 11, 1862; promoted from 1st sergeant to 1st lieutenant May 9, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Second Lieutenants.

C. Zimmerman, Jr., March 11, 1862; resigned Oct. 12, 1862.

John Herd, Feb. 15, 1862; promoted from sergeant to 2nd lieutenant April 16, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

First Sergeant.

Frank McCusker, Feb. 21, 1862; promoted to 1st sergeant May 9, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Quartermaster Sergeant.

John D. Barkley, Feb. 21, 1862; promoted from private April 16, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Commissary Sergeant.



Henry D. Petriken, Feb. 15, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Sergeants.

William Fritchie, Feb. 15, 1862; wounded; absent, in hospital, at muster out; veteran.

James W. Andrews, March 1, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

William Irvine, March 5, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Jordan Riblett, Feb. 21, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Henry Mensell, March 4, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Anslem J. Bradley, Feb. 15, 1865; discharged by G.O. May 15, 1865.

Thomas V. Irvine, Feb. 29, 1864; promoted to adjt. March 20, 1865.

Augustus Singer, Feb. 11, 1862; killed at Frederick, Md., July 10, 1864; buried in Prospect Hill Cemetery, York, Pa.; veteran.

Corporals.

Joseph M. Ott, Feb. 21, 1862; promoted to corp. May 6, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

John McGown, April 14, 1864; promoted to corp. May 6, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Michael Cooper, March 5, 1862; promoted to corp. May 6, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Peter Bader, Feb. 15, 1862; promoted to corp. May 6, 1865; absent, sick, at muster out; veteran.

William Jones, April 14, 1864; promoted to corp. May 6, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

John Failing, Aug. 7, 1864; promoted to corp. May 6, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

David H. Cramer, Feb. 21, 1862; discharged Feb. 2, 1865, for wounds received inaction; veteran.

Henry Bower, March 4, 1862; discharged March 6, 1865, at exp. of term.

John S. Ogden, Feb. 11, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 1, 1865; veteran.

Buglers.

Alphos's J. Bigham, March 1, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

William McGown, March 4, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Blacksmith.

Frederick Reigh, Feb. 14, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Farrier.



Adolphus D. Libby, Feb. 29, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Saddler.

Philip Hinkle, March 30, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.



ROLL OF COMPANY H, ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTEENTH REGIMENT

(TWELFTH CAVALRY), THREE YEARS' SERVICE.



Captains.

John R. Fisher, March 17, 1862; resigned March 3, 1863.

George W. Henrie, Nov. 11, 1861; promoted from adjt. March 4, 1863; com. major May 1, 1865; not mustered; absent, on detached service, at muster out.

First Lieutenants.

Jacob Keeffer, Feb. 24, 1862; discharged April 12, 1862.

William M. Missimer, April 21, 1862; resigned Nov. 20, 1862.

D.W. Overlander, Dec. 24, 1861; promoted from 1st sergeant Feb. 1, 1864; discharged Jan. 5, 1865.

Leon E. Jones; promoted from sergeant to 2nd lieutenant Aug. 28, 1864; to 1st lieutenant Jan. 25, 1865; discharged March 16, 1865.

Jacob J. Smith, Jan. 30, 1862; promoted from 1st sergeant to 2nd lieutenant Jan. 26, 1865; to 1st lieutenant April 16, 1865; mustered out with company July 29, 1865; veteran,

Second Lieutenants.



Frederick Schillinger, April 10, 1882; resigned April 1, 1863.

Andrew McClure, Feb. 24, 1862; promoted to 2nd lieutenant Nov. 2, 1862; resigned May 31, 1863.

First Sergeant.

Edwin Derr, Feb. 21, 1862; promoted from com. sergeant Feb. 27, 1865; to 1st sergeant May 1, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Quartermaster Sergeant.

William Uhrich, March 10, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Commissary Sergeant.



George W. Detwiler, March 11, 1863; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Sergeants.

John Casner, Feb. 29, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran,

John Bendle, Feb. 13, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1866; veteran.

James R. Fittrer, Feb. 10, 1862; promoted from corp. Jan. 26, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

William P. Torrence, Feb. 22, 1862; discharged March 16, 1865, at exp. of term.

William Blum, Feb. 11, 1862; discharged Feb. 11, 1865, at exp. of term.

James Middleton, Feb. 24, 1862: discharged March 16, 1865, at exp. of term.

Henry E. Gerry, Oct. 31, 1864; promoted to sergeant-major May 8, 1865.

Corporals.

John A. Wommer, Feb. 21, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Christ. Emeigh, March 29, 1864; absent, on furlough, at muster out.

Benjamin R. Devine, Oct. 1, 1864; promoted to corp. Jan. 26, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

A.H. Taggart, March 4, 1864; promoted to corp. May 21, 1865; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

John N. Devine, Feb. 24, 1862; discharged March 16, 1865, at exp. of term.

James Scully, Feb. 1, 1864; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 26, 1865.

Edward J. Sharp, Feb. 13, 1862; died of wounds received at Bolivar Heights, Va., July 4, 1864.

Buglers.

Thomas, S. Rice, April 7, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Matthias Myers, Sept. 14, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Blacksmiths.



John C. Kinsley, Aug. 26, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Henry Spayd, June 30, 1863; killed at Charlestown, Va., Feb. 3, 1865; buried in National Cemetery, Winchester, lot 25.

Farrier.



Philip Bartlebaugh, Feb. 14, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Saddler.

William Wise, Aug. 27, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.



Privates.



Brown, John, April 7, 1864; absent, sick, at muster out.

Boon, Cyrus, March 8, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Brickley, Jacob F., Feb. 21, 1862; discharged March 16, 1885, at exp. of term,

Boyer, Benjamin, Aug. 29, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Blouch, Jacob, Aug. 28, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Barnes, McHenry J., March 31, 1864; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 28, 1865.

Blum, Herman, Dec. 4, 1861; discharged Feb. 21, 1865, at exp. of term.

Brewer, James, Aug. 1, 1862.

Brown, William D., Feb. 1, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Bach, John, Feb. 12, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Bendle, Christian, Feb. 12, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Bower, George, Feb. 21, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Bogee, Joseph, Feb. 25, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Brady, John, April 22, 1864.

Condran, Patrick, Aug. 15, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Culp, Valentine, Aug. 12, 1862.

Carrall, John, April 7, 1864; never joined company.

Charles, George, April 9, 1864; never joined company.

Crooks, Alfred, March 9, 1864; transferred to Co. I, date unknown.

Crooks, Samuel M., March 9, 1864; transferred to Co. I, date unknown.

Conner, Patrick, Jan. 21, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Campbell, William S., March 7, 1862; died Sept. 17, 1862; buried in Military Asylum Cemetery, D.C.

Cross, John, April 7, 1864; not on muster-out roll.

Dell, James, March 6, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Dively, Gabriel, March 29, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Dively, James, March 29, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Dibert, M.H., March 29, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Dick, John, Feb. 24, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate July 3, 1865; veteran.

Dannaby, David, Sept. 27, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Dubbs, John. Feb. 10, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Dodson, Samuel, March 4, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Eichell, John, Feb. 14, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Eisel, Ulrich, Feb. 21, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Funk, John, Dec. 10, 1861; not on muster-out roll.

Fell, Jacob, March 1, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Fettery, Peter, Feb. 21, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Garman, G.W., Dec. 24, 1861; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Griffith, N.B., Feb. 29, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Goodman, Thomas, April 1, 1864; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Geissberger, Reinhard, substitute; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Gibson, George, Sept. 2, 1864; disch, by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Ginter, Augustus, Sept. 26, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Golden, Patrick, Feb. 20, 1864; transferred to Co. C, date unknown.

Gill, James, March 25, 1864; captured, date unknown,

Gallagher, John, April 11, 1864; never joined company.

Hempleke, Frank, Sept. 27, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Heisey, John H., Aug. 14, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Hughes, David, March 4, 1862; died Feb. 7, 1865; buried in National Cemetery, Loudon Park, Baltimore, Md.; veteran.

Halman, John F., Sept. 14, 1864.

Hetterick, Joseph, Feb. 21, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Higgins, William, Feb. 24, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Horning, Frederick, March 7, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Johnson, George, April 11, 1864; transferred to Co. F, date unknown.

Kleiser, Cyrus, Feb. 10, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Kochendarfer, Casper, Aug. 28, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Kline, Jacob, Aug. 15, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Koofer, Christian G., Feb. 22, 1864; died at Cumberland, Md., Aug. 30, of wounds received at Winchester, Va., July 23, 1864.

King, William A., March 8, 1862; died at Harper's Ferry, Va., March 26, 1865; buried in National Cemetery, Winchester, lot 26.

Kelley, John, April 11, 1864; never joined company.

Kiddle, Thomas, April 11, 1864; never joined company.

Kuhn, John, Dec. 10, 1861; not on muster-out roll,

Krashzman, Charles, Jan. 8, 1862; not on muster out roll.

Krechel, Franklin M., Feb. 10, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Krentzburg, Henry, March 7, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Lytre, Solomon, Feb. 11, 1862; discharged March 16, 1865, at exp. of term.

Lane, Thomas, March 7, 1862; discharged March 16, 1865, at exp. of term.

Lego, George, Feb. 24, 1862; transferred to Co. I, date unknown,

Munn, Adam, March 7, 1862; discharged March 16, 1865, at exp. of term.

Minton, James S., March 7, 1862; discharged March 16, 1865, at exp. of term.

Martin, Andrew, Feb. 21, 1862; discharged March 16, 1865, at exp. of term.

Mellinger, John G., Aug. 16, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Moyer, Williams, Aug. 28, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Myers, William, Sept. 14, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Moore, Samuel, Sept. 26, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Maner, Richard, Feb. 18, 1864; discharged by G.O. dated May 4, 1865.

Myers, Albinos, March 9, 1864; transferred to Co. I, date unknown,

Maher, Thomas, Jan. 28, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Moyer, John J., Feb. 10, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Minton, Charles E., March 7, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Mullen, Thomas, March 9, 1864.

McGarigle, James; Dec. 30, 1861; discharged March 16, 1865, at exp. of term.

McConnell, Jacob, Sept. 2, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

McFarland, Daniel, Sept. 14, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

McCosh, Benjamin F., March 9, 1664; transferred to Co. I, date unknown.

McClafferty, Michael, March 4,1862; not on muster-out roll.

Niswander, Andrew, Sept. 14, 1864.

Pressell, Jacob, Feb. 24, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Pfeiffer, Christian, Sept. 27, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Patterson, Hamilton, Feb. 21, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Ristenbatt, Henry, March 10, 1862; discharged March 16, 1865, at exp. of term.

Rhoades, Elias, Aug. 10, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Robinson, Augustus, Sept. 1,1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Reifone, Franklin, Feb. 21, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Raffner, James, Feb. 24, 1862; transferred to Co. E, date unknown.

Rusk, Franklin, Feb. 24, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Riley, Owen, April 22, 1864.

Seibert, Levi, Feb. 10, 1862; mustered out with company July 20, 1865; veteran.

Stevens, Benjamin, March 10, 1863; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Stevens, Joseph, March 10, 1863; mustered out with company July 20, 1865.

Sullivan, William, Fob. 18, 1862; captured, date unknown; disch, by G.O. April 12, 1865.

Stewart, L.J.B.C., Dec. 24, 1861; discharged March 16, 1865, at exp. of term.

Shives, William, Aug. 9, 1864; dlsch. by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Shaffner, Samuel, Sept. 14, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865,

Snyder, Tongart, Sept. 14, 1884; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Stevens, Joshua, March 10, 1863; discharged by G.O. June 5, 1865.

Sabines, John, April 9, 1864; never joined company.

Stevens, John, Feb. 9, 1863.

Shay, James K., April 7, 1864.

Seibert, George W., Dec. 10, 1861; not on muster-out roll.

Sattarius, Frederick, Dec. 10, 1861; not on muster-out roll.

Sensley, James, Jan. 8, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Sherman, John, Jan. 21, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Shonleber, Paul, Feb. 23, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Smith, Alexander, March 4, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Sheale, John, March 4, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Scharf, Casper, March 5, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Schaeffer, William, March 7, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Stine, Andrew, March 7, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Smith, William C., Jan. 30, 1862; transferred to Co. I, date unknown; veteran.

Thomas, G.W., March 23, 1864; discharged on surgeon's certificate June 16, 1865.

Traxier, William A., Sept. 15, 1864; substitute; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Ulrich, Henry B., Feb. 10, 1862; discharged Feb. 11, 1865, at exp. of term.

Wilson, John E., March 10, 1864; absent at muster out.

Weichter, Matthew, Sept. 15, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Warner, John S., Aug. 12, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Watson, John, April 9, 1864; never joined company.

Watson, Oliver, April 9,1864; never joined company.

Woods, Peter, April 7, 1864; never joined company.

Wilkeson, John G., Jan. 20, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Womar, Liten, Feb. 21, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Wirtz, David, Feb. 24, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Yorty, Henry, Aug. 27, 1864; discharged by G.O. June 1, 1865.

Young, Thomas M., Feb. 25, 1862; veteran.

ROLL OF COMPANY H, ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTIETH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS (NINE MONTHS' SERVICE).

Captains.

John C. Hoffaker, Sept. 2, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 17, 1863.

George C. Marshall, Aug. 18, 1862; promoted from 1st lieutenant March 1, 1863; mustered out with com. May 21, 1863.

First Lieutenant.

John K. McGann, Sept. 2, 1862; promoted from 2nd lieutenant March 1, 1863; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Second Lieutenant.



Charles A. Hood, Aug. 12, 1862; promoted from private to 1st sergeant Nov. 15, 1862; to 2nd lieutenant April 25, 1863; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

First Sergeant.

Peter Ludwig, Aug. 12, 1862; promoted from private to sergeant Aug. 17, 1862; to 1st sergeant Feb. 17, 1863; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Sergeants.

John H. Young, Aug. 12, 1862; promoted from private Dec. 25, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Thomas Maloney, Aug. 12, 1862; promoted from private Dec. 25, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Andrew M. Rubner, Aug. 12, 1862; promoted from private Dec. 25, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

John J. Hull, Aug. 12, 1862; promoted from private Dec. 25, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Corporals.

Benjamin F. Hoyer, Aug. 12, 1862; promoted to corp. Aug. 17, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Charles A. Stewart, Aug. 12, 1862; promoted to corp. Aug. 17, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Richard Green, Aug. 12, 1862; promoted to corp. Aug. 17, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Joseph Yinger, Aug. 12, 1862; promoted to corp. Aug. 17, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

John Wise, Sr., Aug. 12, 1862; promoted to corp. Aug. 17, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

James Bridgehouse, Aug. 12, 1862; promoted to Corp. Feb. 26, 1863; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

David B. Kauffman, Aug. 17, 1862; promoted to corp. Jan. 31, 1863; absent, wounded, at muster out.

Peter B. Lyter, Aug. 17, 1862; promoted to Corp. Jan. 31, 1863; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Isaac Bowman, Aug. 12, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Jan. 20, 1863.

Chauncey C. Wilder, Aug. 12, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 25, 1863.

Musicians.



John A. Miller, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Wesley King, Aug. 12, 1862.

Privates.

Anderson, John, Sept. 2, 1862; disch, on surgeon's certificate March 5, 1863.

Billet, Jacob M., Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Bothoroyd, John, Aug. 12, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Dec. 17, 1862.

Bradley, John, Aug. 12, 1862.

Christy, Henry, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Cummings, Watson, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Coon, Christopher, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Cole, Humphrey, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Dougherty, James, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Doner, William, Aug. 30, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Eisenberger, Frank, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Evans, Jacob, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Fauber, Nathaniel, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Fisher, Samuel, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Fetrow, Abel, Aug. 12, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 10, 1863.

Gabriel, Stager, Aug. 12, 1862; absent, sick, at muster out.

Guistwite, Daniel, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Harris, James, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Hoops, Rufus C., Aug. 12, 1862.

Koch, Charles, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Knouff, Joseph, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863,

Kriner, Charles, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Kirk, John, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Kopenhaver, Samuel, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Kauffman, David S., Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Kennedy, George, Aug. 30, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Lentz, Jacob, Aug. 17, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Matson, Jesse C., Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Mateer, Albert W., Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Moyer, Solomon, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Miller, John, Aug. 17, 1862.

Morgan, Charles A., Aug. 17, 1862.

McLaughlin, Alexander, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

McSloy, John, Aug. 12, 1862; absent, without leave, at muster out.

McCalley, John, Aug. 12, 1862.

Nelson, Frank, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Nelson, David W., Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Naylor, Isaac M., Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company Nay 21, 1863.

Pray, William C., Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Powle, Daniel, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Preston, William H., Aug. 12, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate March 27, 1863.

Pray, John S., Aug. 12, 1862; died near Falmouth, Va., date unknown.

Perkey, John, Aug. 30, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Roler, Ferdinand, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Rhoads, Cyrus, Aug. 12, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate March 7, 1863.

Reese, William H., Aug. 12, ]862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Jan. 14, 1863,

Rahn, Michael, Aug. 12, 1862; died at Bolivar Heights Dec. 6, 1862.

Rock, Michael, Aug. 30, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Snyder, Jacob, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Shamton, Alfred C., Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Shoop, Samuel, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Stoner, Albert, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Strickley, Levi, Aug. 12, 1862; absent, sick, at muster out.

Semily, Joseph H., Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Stringfellow, Joseph G., Aug. 12, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate April 1, 1863.

Snavley, John B., Aug. 12, 1862; killed at Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862.

Sennett, John W., Aug. 30, 1862; not on muster-out roll.

Trout, Abram, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Townsend, Anter'n, Aug. 12, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 13, 1863.

Trust, John, Aug. 12, 1862; killed at Antietam, Md., Sept. 17, 1862.

Uhler, Isaac, Aug. 12, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 25, 1863.

Wetzel, Joseph M., Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Walker, William, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Wert, Adam, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Waterson, Joseph, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Wise, John N., Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out with company May 21, 1863.

Watson, Gibbons, Aug. 12, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate March 6, 1863.

Whitzel, William R., Aug. 12, 1862; died at Washington, D.C., March 13, 1863.

Wallet, Daniel, Aug. 30, 1862; not on muster-out roll.



ROLL OF COMPANY C, ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-SIXTH ~REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS (NINE MONTHS' SERVICE).



Captain.

Jacob B. Smith, Aug. 23, 1862; wounded at Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

First Lieutenant.

Jefferson N. John, Aug. 23, 1862; wounded at Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Second Lieutenant.

John Morgan, Aug. 27, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

First Sergeant.

James B. Carpenter, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Sergeants.

Jerry L. Mayse, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Jacob Johnston, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

William A. Bailits, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Matthias Bohmer, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Corporals.

Lewis P. Newbary, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

John N. Calhoun, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

R.P.H. Phillips, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

John N. Snyder, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

John A. Kester, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Benjamin F. Morgan, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Hiram Hendershot, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

John Ditty, Aug. 16, 1862; promoted to corp. Nov. 11, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Musician.

George W. Garman, Aug. 19, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Privates.

Billman, Isaac O., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Barlow, John B., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Bunce, William B. H., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Bolinger, Samuel, Aug. 16, 1862; wounded at Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862; absent, in hospital, at muster out.

Boagner, Benjamin J., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Boagner, Peter F., Aug. 27, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Botdorf, John, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Barry, Jacob, Aug. 16, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Jan. 6, 1863.

Carl, Abraham, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Crook, Abraham, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Criswell, Levi, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Combler, Jesse. Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Culp, Samuel, Aug. 16, 1862; wounded at Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Culp, Richard, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Chester, Theodore, Aug. 16,1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Crain, Benjamin S., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Deming, Albert, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Dougherty, H.A., Aug. 16, 1862; wounded at Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Davis, Jacob, Aug. 16, 1862; died Sept. 12, 1862; buried in Military Asylum Cemetery, D.C.

Dolph, Isaac, Aug. 16, 1862; died Feb. 16, 1863, of wounds received at Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862.

Everts, Reynold, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Frederick, George, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Fausolt, Samuel, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Glews, Hiram, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Grier, Cyrus, Aug. 16, 1862; most. out with company May 29, 1863.

Humes, James, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Hays, George W., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Hank, David K., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Hudson, John, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

How, Squire, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Hammaker, George, Aug. 26, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Hinkle, George H., Aug. 27, 1862; mustered out with company May 29,1863.

Hummel, John F., Aug. 27, 1862; mustered out with company May 29,1863.

Hummel, Joseph, Aug. 28, 1862; discharged on surgeon's certificate Feb. 14, 1863.

Hammond, Samuel, Aug. 16, 1862.

Jones, Leonard, Aug. 23, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Keiser, William H., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Kute, William, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Krow, Frederick L., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Kinslow, Alfred, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Kembel, Henry, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Low, Jeremiah, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Low, James, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Leedy, William, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Loudon, John, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Loudon, William, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Longsdorf, Henry B., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Longsdorf, William B., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Lehman, James, Aug. 16, 1862; died Feb. 24, 1863.

Ledick, John, Aug. 19, 1862.

Ledick, James, Aug. 19, 1862.

Martin, Elias, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Moss, Jacob, Aug. 20, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Minnier, Christian, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Meighen, Anthony, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

McColm, Patrick, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

McDermott, Owen, Aug. 23, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

McCannan, Thomas, Aug. 16, 1862.

Ogle, John, Aug. 19, 1862.

Prets, Elias, Aug. 28, 1862; mustered out with company May 29. 1863.

Roshen, John, Aug. 16, 1862; disch, on surgeon's certificate April 4, 1863.

Strine, Jeremiah, Aug. 20, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Strine, Henry A., Aug. 19, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Sarvice, Peter C., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Shisler, James, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Shultz, Frederick W.A., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Shultz, Columbus C., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Shipp, David, Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Trego, George W., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Tyler, George W., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29,1863.

Taylor, James L., Aug. 19, 1862.

Young, John, Aug. 19, 1862.

Weitzel, William W., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29, 1863.

Wayne, Hiram A., Aug. 16, 1862; mustered out with company May 29,1863.









Egle, William Henry, M.D., M.A., History of the Counties of Dauphin and Lebanon,
pp. 245-259. 

CHAPTER XXX.

The War for the Union - The Militia of 1862 - First Regiment. - Sixth Regiment - Independent Companies - Twenty-sixth, Thirty-sixth, and Thirty-seventh Regiments.

THE rebel army had no sooner achieved its triumph in the second battle of Bull Run than it hastened northward, and commenced crossing the Potomac. The southern border of Pennsylvania lay in close proximity, all unprotected, and by its rich harvests invited invasion. The Reserve Corps, which was originally organized for the State defense, had been called away to the succor of the hard-pressed army of McClellan upon the Peninsula, and was now upon the weary march, with ranks sadly thinned in the hard-fought battles of Mechanicsville, Gaines' Mill, Charles City Cross-Roads, and the second Bull Run, to again meet the foe, but powerless to avert the threatened danger. The result of the struggle on the plains of Manassas was no sooner known than the helpless condition of the State, which had been apparent from the first, became a subject of alarm. On the 4th of September, Governor Curtin issued a proclamation, calling on the people to arm and prepare for defense. He recommended the immediate formation of companies and regiments throughout the commonwealth, and, for the purpose of drill and instruction, that after 3 P.M. of each day all business houses be closed. On the 10th, the danger having become imminent, the enemy being already in Maryland, he issued a general order, calling on all able-bodied men to enroll immediately for the defense of the State, and to hold themselves in readiness to march upon an hour's notice; to select officers, to provide themselves with such arms as could be obtained, with sixty rounds of ammunition to the man, tendering arms to such as had none, and promising that they should be held for service for such time only as the pressing exigency for State defense should continue. On the following day, acting under authority of the President of the United States, the Governor called for fifty thousand men, directing them to report by telegraph for orders to move, and adding that further calls would be made as the exigencies should require. The people everywhere flew to arms, and moved promptly to the State capital. One regiment and eight companies were sent forward during the night of the 12th, and others followed as fast as they could be organized. On the 14th the head of the Army of the Potomac met the enemy at South Mountain, and hurled him back through its passes, and on the evening of the 16th and day of the 17th a fierce battle was fought at Antietam. In the mean time the militia had rapidly concentrated at Hagerstown and Chambersburg, and general John F. Reynolds, who was at the time commanding a corps in the Army of the Potomac, had assumed command. Fifteen thousand men were pushed forward to Hagerstown and Boonsboro', and a portion of them stood in line of battle in close proximity to the field, in readiness to advance, while the fierce fighting was in progress. Ten thousand more were posted in the vicinity of Greencastle and Chambersburg, and "about twenty-five thousand," says Governor Curtin in his annual message, "were at Harrisburg, on their way to Harrisburg, or in readiness and waiting for transportation to proceed thither." The Twenty-fifth Regiment, under command of Col. Dechert, at the request of general Halleck, was sent to the State of Delaware to guard the Dupont Powder-Mills, whence the National armies were principally supplied. But the enemy was defeated at Antietam, and retreated in confusion across the Potomac. The emergency having passed, the militia regiments were ordered to return to Harrisburg, and in accordance with the conditions on which they had been called into service, they were, on the 24th, mustered out and disbanded. The train on which the Twentieth Regiment was returning over the Cumberland Valley Road collided when nearing Harrisburg, with one passing in the opposite direction, by which four men were killed and thirty injured.

In a letter addressed to Governor Curtin by general McClellan, thanking him for his energetic action in calling out the militia and placing them in the field, the general adds, "Fortunately, circumstances rendered it impossible for the enemy to set foot upon the soil of Pennsylvania, but the moral support rendered to my army by your action was none the less mighty. In the name of my army, and for myself, I again tender to you our acknowledgments for your patriotic course. The manner in which the people of Pennsylvania responded to your call, and hastened to the defense of their frontier, no doubt exercised a great influence upon the enemy." In an order issued by Governor Bradford, of Maryland, soon after the battle, he says, "To Governor Curtin, of Pennsylvania, and the militia of his State, who rallied with such alacrity at the first symptoms of an invasion, our warmest thanks are also due. The readiness with which they crossed the border and took their stand beside the Maryland bridge show that the border is, in all respects, but an ideal line, and that in such a cause as now unites us Pennsylvania and Maryland are but one."



THE FIRST REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA.

The following record of the campaign of the First Regiment Pennsylvania Militia, prepared by a private of Company K, is not only interesting, but worth preservation in this connection:

"With the general history of the struggle our people are familiar. But it has occurred to me, as I read over some old papers, which brought so vividly to mind scenes both tragic and comic connected with the invasion of 1862, that one or two sketches of the incidents of that campaign, gathered from the material before me, might not prove uninteresting, both to those who were participants and to those whose husbands, brothers, and sons went forth when all was uncertainty and gloom, to stand between them and the approaching foe. I know it is common to speak in terms of ridicule of the 'Militia,' and especially is this the case when we have all around us the scarred veterans of the recent conflict, who can tell of battles lost and won, while we can only speak of those that might have been. But there are one or two things to be remembered. In the first place, we were raw militia, sent forth without training or experience, to be brought into collision, if needs be, with Lee's skilled veterans, flushed with their recent success at the second Bull Run. In the second place, the first regiment, of which the Harrisburg companies formed a part, was sent down the valley alone, almost to the rebel lines, just before the battle of South Mountain, and at a time when neither Governor Curtin nor general McClellan had any idea of the numbers of the enemy, or how far they had penetrated towards Chambersburg. The truth was that Longstreet's division was lying this side of Hagerstown on the Sunday morning when the cars landed us about two and a half miles beyond Chambersburg. It is very pleasant now to crack jokes at the expense of the militia, and make light of their perils and services in that brief campaign, but it was anything but a joke then, to men who were leaving families and homes with the possibility that they might he shot down upon the border, or perhaps captured en masse and consigned to the tender mercies of a Southern prison. We have since learned what kind of a fate that would have been.

"Said a gentleman of Hagerstown to the writer a year after the invasion of 1862, 'You Pennsylvania militia had no idea of the danger you were in when here, and it was well you had not;' and then he spoke of the fact, well known to the people there at that time, that a considerable rebel force had crossed the river on the night after the battle of Antietam, and were within a short distance of our lines. Had they known we were raw militia they would probably have captured us all. But, lastly, the facts to be mentioned have a local interest, and the narration is intended only for local readers; so without further apology I proceed. And I cannot better introduce my journal than by the following extract from Governor Curtin's message to the Legislature of 1863:

"'In the month of September, 1862, after the second disaster at Bull Run, it became evident that the enemy had adopted an aggressive policy, and was about to invade the Northern States through Maryland and the southern border of Pennsylvania. Under the sanction of the President of the United States, on the 11th day of that month, I issued my proclamation, calling into immediate service fifty thousand of the freemen of this State. Under this call twenty-five regiments and four companies of infantry, fourteen unattached companies of cavalry, and four batteries of artillery were immediately organized and sent to the border, the greater portion advancing beyond the State line into Maryland. general John F. Reynolds, at that period commanding the Pennsylvania Reserve Corps, was temporarily assigned by the Secretary of War to the command of these troops, by whose order they were returned to Pennsylvania, and by my proclamation disbanded on the 24th of the same month. In acknowledgment of the services rendered by the men of Pennsylvania, major-general McClellan, commanding the Army of the Potomac, by letter dated the 27th of September, 1862, acknowledging the service and thanking the State, uses the following language:

"The manner in which the people of Pennsylvania responded to your call, and hastened to the defense of their frontier, no doubt exercised a great influence upon the enemy;" and the Governor of Maryland, His Excellency A.W. Bradford, in an order dated September 29, 1862, used the following language in regard to these troops: "The readiness with which they crossed the border and took their stand beside the Maryland brigade, shows that the border is in all respects but an ideal line, and that in such a cause as now unites us, Pennsylvania and Maryland are but one."'

"The proclamation of which the Governor speaks had been expected for some time. Rumors of coming danger filled the air, and for a week or ten days companies had been organized in most of the wards of the city, and every afternoon was spent in drilling. But when the order to march finally came, it was found that a good many of the incipient soldiers belonged to the Home Guard of which we read, who resolved 'never to leave their homes except in case of an invasion.' In one of the wards, where two full companies had been drilling for a week, so many were missing when the arms were distributed that the two had to be consolidated, and thus one full company was formed.

"The proclamation was read to the companies at the close of drill on Thursday, Sept. 11, 1862. On Friday they were ordered to be ready to start to Chambersburg at short notice, and the same afternoon they were marched to the arsenal and supplied with haversacks and canteens, and afterwards with muskets. The company to which the writer was attached was for some reason furnished with minies, while the others were armed with the old style of muskets, shooting buckshot and ball. On Saturday morning the regiment was organized, made up of three companies from Harrisburg and the remainder from different points in the Cumberland valley. After being kept in the capitol yard the whole day, we were marched about half-past five o'clock in the evening to the round-house and there embarked in freight-cars for Chambersburg. As we proceeded down the valley we took in companies at Shiremanstown, Mechanicsburg, Carlisle, and other points, so that by the time we reached Chambersburg the regiment was full.

"We arrived in the vicinity of the town about midnight. Some of us, wearied with the tediousness of the journey, had innocently imagined that we should be quartered in some comfortable building for the night, and thus get at least a few hours of sleep. But alas for our expectations! After a brief delay the order was given to move on, and creeping around the town we were pushed out on the Franklin Railroad some two miles towards Hagerstown, and at length halted at the edge of a piece of woodland. The moment the train stopped cartridges were distributed and the men ordered to load their muskets and keep perfectly quiet. The prospect was not a pleasant one. We knew but little of the situation. Whether the rebel forces were within one mile or twenty of us was very uncertain, and the orders which had just been issued were not calculated to allay the excitement. If a volley had suddenly been poured in upon us or a troop of cavalry had surrounded the train and demanded our surrender we would not have been much surprised.

"But neither happened, and as the night wore on, the men assumed various recumbent postures and tried to get a little sleep. This was by no means easy. Neither the seats nor the floor of the cars were very soft, and the night was quite cold. The writer has a distinct recollection of seeing one of the editorial fraternity of the city rolling over the floor as if trying to find a soft place, groaning in spirit, and occasionally knocking his head against the butt of a loaded musket to the imminent peril of those whom the muzzle might hit if it fell. The reader, if a veteran, will excuse us. It was our 'first night out,' and we hadn't gut used to it yet. We learned a little afterwards.

"But morning at length came, and with it the idea of breakfast. It opened gloomily, and with signs of the coming equinoctial. It was a strange Sunday to many of us. We heard the church bells ringing in Chambersburg, but we could not attend. All day long the boys were busy in erecting booths made of fence-rails, covered in with branches of trees, straw, &c., and by afternoon they had prepared a very comfortable shelter. About eleven o'clock we were furnished with breakfast - beef and bread, and an abominable decoction called 'dandelion' coffee. We can pardon the State authorities for providing this latter, considering the exigency; but we don't want any more of it. To do them justice, they afterwards furnished the genuine article.

"In the evening the regiment had its first dress parade in an open field adjoining the, camp. The officers told us, by way of encouragement, that we performed exceedingly well for raw men, even though the muskets didn't all move together, and the 'orderlies' did get a little mixed up in coming to the front. It was observed by some of the men that our colonel, as he stood in front of the line with his arms folded, looked very much like the pictures of the 'Little Corporal.' As darkness came down upon us the camp-fires were lit, and at nine o'clock the drum-beat summoned us to repose. We laid us down beneath the shelters erected, some of us to sleep, others, to whom the whole scene was so novel and strange that it banished slumber, to pass a weary and wakeful night. During the day we had several times heard the distant report of artillery, and we knew not what the morrow might bring forth. We afterwards learned that we were listening to the sounds of the conflict at South Mountain.

"Monday and Tuesday, September 15th and 16th, were passed on the ground on which we first encamped, which was named 'Camp McClure.' Part of each day was spent in drilling by squads, companies, and in battalion. Our camp was bounded on one side by the railroad, and on the other by the turnpike leading to Chambersburg. Towards noon on Monday we were roused by the shouts of the guards on the turnpike side of the woods, and a rush was made by the men to discover the cause of the excitement. We found that it arose from the passage along the road towards the town of a considerable number of ammunition wagons which had been captured from Longstreet's division of the rebel army by a party of Illinois cavalry, who were retreating from Harper's Ferry. Some of the wagons were driven by 'contrabands,' whose grins of delight, in view of their capture by Federal troops, were unmistakable. On the afternoon of the same day captain Byers' company of cavalry from Harrisburg passed by our camp on their way to Greencastle and Williamsport.

"On Tuesday some of us got leave to go into Chambersburg, where the luxury of a good wash and a good dinner at the 'Franklin Hotel' was something we fully appreciated. That evening the regiment received orders to make a forward movement early the next morning.

"Wednesday, the 17th, dawned upon us with a murky atmosphere and a drizzly rain. The regiment was formed into line about eight A.M., and marched about a mile and a half on the road towards Greencastle. Here we encamped anew, and supposing that we were to remain for a season, the men turned in and built new shelter-booths, levying contributions for that purpose upon the neighboring fences, and cutting boughs and gathering straw wherever it could be found.

"By this time other regiments of militia had been organized at Harrisburg, and pushed forward into the valley, and they were scattered around us at points not very far distant. Shortly after we reached our new campground a Philadelphia regiment passed us, one of whose officers, after taking a survey of the booths which had been erected by our own men, astonished the writer by inquiring whether we were not going to build some for them also. He was politely informed that in this matter each regiment looked out for itself, and that there were still 'a few more fences left' to which they could have recourse. This turned out to be a memorable day in the history of the war. From an early hour in the morning we were conscious that a great battle was raging somewhere south of us. All day long the smothered roll of artillery could be heard, like distant thunder, and the men were gathered in groups at the edge of the woods, listening to the sounds of the conflict and anxiously speculating as to the result. It was the day of Antietam, and although we knew it not, the destinies of the country were for a time suspended upon the issue of the struggle. Our feelings were peculiar. Out of sight, but within hearing of one of the decisive battles of the war, and utterly uncertain whether our own or the rebel flag would be triumphant at its close. Had McClellan's army been defeated, we lay right in the pathway of the advancing foe, who would of course cross the border and push down the valley. What could a few thousands of raw militia do to stop his progress and save our homes? It was not until the next morning that the cheering news of McClellan's victory reached us.

"On Wednesday afternoon we were ordered to pull stakes and march to a new camp-ground, where, fortunately for us, we found very comfortable booths awaiting us, which had been built and then deserted, as ours were, by another regiment. Here we received orders to prepare rations and be ready to move early the next morning. To what point we were not told, but the rumor was - and it afterwards proved correct - to Hagerstown. In the morning we were roused at 4 A.M., and told to get everything ready, as we would start at daylight; but the sun rose and the day wore on, and still we tarried, hearing every hour fresh rumors from general McClellan's army. The rebels were said to be badly whipped, and yet it seemed to be understood that the presence of the militia was needed in that quarter for some purpose or other. What that purpose was could only be conjectured, but various were the surmises of the sapient ones among us. One suggestion, which was met with a storm of indignation, was that we were to be detailed to assist in burying the dead on the Antietam battle-field. Another learned gentleman entertained his hearers by describing a sort of net into which the rebels had been driven by McClellan, the aforesaid net having but a single outlet, and that outlet we were to guard.

"One thing, however, was certain, and that was that we were to enter Maryland; and this raised the interesting question whether the Governor, who had called us out to repel a threatened invasion of our own soil, had any right to march us across the border. Many were the opinions pro and con. Some there were who resolutely declared that they would go no further than the Pennsylvania line. But the discussion was brought to a close about four o'clock in the afternoon by shipping us on board a train of cars which carried us rapidly towards the Potomac.

"And so it happened that, without giving us any opportunity of planting our feet firmly upon that line and holding it against the foe, we were shot across it almost before we knew it.

"The regiment reached the camping-ground this side of Hagerstown about eight o'clock in the evening. It was very dark when the train halted, and the first order given was to load our muskets and keep perfectly quiet as we passed through the town, the design apparently being to march us out towards Williamsport. A second order, however, directed us to leave the cars and encamp in the woods for the night. We had stopped in a deep cut, and it was necessary to lay planks from the cars to the top of the bank, on which, with some difficulty, the men clambered up. It had rained heavily during the day, and the ground was very wet. But worse than that was in store for us. We found ourselves on the camp-ground which had been occupied on the previous Sunday by Longstreet's division of the rebel army, who had left it in a perfectly filthy condition. It was hard to find a clean spot to sit or lie down upon. But the darkness was soon dissipated to some extent by the camp-fires of the regiment, and after a hasty supper the men wrapped themselves in their blankets and stretched themselves upon the wet ground with their feet to the firesigned It was the first night since we encamped at Chambersburg that we had not something dry to lie upon and some kind of shelter over us. The writer remembers being on guard that night, and in the intervals of duty trying to find a place to rest on the soft side of a rock, wrapped in a gum blanket.

"Friday morning opened upon us with a clear sky and a cool wind, which, with the aid of the sun, soon dried the ground. About ten o'clock we were startled by the sound of artillery, and a heavy cannonading was commenced and kept up for about two hours, apparently some six or eight miles south of us in the direction of the river. The discharges were rapid and continuous, and we could distinctly see the smoke rising in the clear morning atmosphere. Towards noon the regiment was addressed by the colonel, who asked the men if they were willing to go forward towards Williamsport. This was followed by a speech from Governor Curtin urging us to advance towards the river, telling us that he would lead the Pennsylvania troops himself, and would take us into no danger that he would not share with us. The men responded with enthusiastic cheers, and preparations were immediately made for a forward movement. Directly after dinner the regiment, in connection with several others encamped near us, the whole forming a brigade, took up the line of march through Hagerstown, and out on the Williamsport turnpike. About two miles and a half beyond Hagerstown the troops were halted and thrown out upon a ridge of ground cut by the turnpike, and extending to the right and left as far as the eye can see. It was known by the name of 'Brier Hill.' Here a regular line of battle was formed, facing towards the river, and stretching on both sides of the turnpike. In the centre, and right on the pike, a barricade was thrown up, and behind it was planted Miller's Philadelphia battery of light field-pieces. To the right of this battery, and within supporting distance, was stationed the First Regiment. In this position, during Friday night, the troops slept on their arms, and twice in the night an alarm was sounded, and they were roused in anticipation of an attack. There can be no question that a rebel force was between us and the river that night, and it was reported that a small body of cavalry passed very near our lines. In fact, so threatening seemed the danger that Governor Curtin, who was in Hagerstown at the time, was called up at midnight and hurried back in a special train to Chambersburg. If that seemed like deserting the men whom be had led forward, and whose danger he had promised to share. It may be said, by way of apology, that a Pennsylvania Governor would have been too rich a prize to run the risk of capture by the rebels. Had he fallen into their hands, only the end of the war would have seen his return to the North, and his subsequent services would have been lost to the country. What was the design of the rebel troops in crossing the Potomac that night can only be conjectured. Perhaps they were after the Governor, and perhaps after the military stores gathered at Hagerstown. They would hardly have ventured very far from the river with McClellan's army in their rear.

"It was during this afternoon and night that general Reynolds, who had been placed In command of the militia, was first seen by our men. He was not recognized at first, as his 'stars' were concealed by an overcoat, and some rather amusing stories are told of encounters between him and some of the 'irregulars,' of whom the general seemed to have but a poor opinion. The 'boys' had heard of his disparaging remarks, and revenged themselves the next morning, in their own way, when he appeared on the field with general Kenley, of Maryland.

"The night passed away without further disturbance, and Saturday morning dawned with a cloudless sky and a cool atmosphere. The writer, who had been detailed with others to guard and bring up the baggage from the former camp-ground, rejoined the regiment about ten o'clock, and found the troops in the position before described, the line of battle being still kept up, but the men lying down or sitting about with their muskets stacked in the rear. The day was a beautiful one, and if the men had felt any trepidation during the darkness of the night, when the several alarms occurred, it had all passed away, and the brightness of the morning and the exhilarating atmosphere had given them new courage. The position occupied by our troops was quite an elevated one, and the view from it in either direction very pretty. In the rear you looked back upon Hagerstown, distant a couple of miles, and in front, not much farther off, are the hills which border the valley of the Potomac. It is a fact worthy of mention here, that on this same ridge general Lee intrenched himself the following summer, on his retreat from Gettysburg, to prevent pursuit by Meade, while his troops slowly recrossed the river, then swollen by recent rains. A few months later the writer saw the remains of his rifle-pits and earthworks for cannon, and recognized the spot as the same on which our line was formed in September, 1862.

"While enjoying the beauty of the day and the surroundings, and listening to the chatting of the men about the occurrences of the preceding night, very suddenly the scene changed and a new alarm ran along the lines. Upon the turnpike next us all was bustle and haste. The wagons which had brought up our provisions and ammunition went hurrying back towards Hagerstown at full speed. Couriers went dashing backwards and forwards, the drums beat, and orders immediately reached us to reform the line of battle, somewhat broken in upon, and see that our guns were loaded and in proper condition for service. The men hurriedly grasped their weapons, closed up the line, and some fifty or sixty rounds of cartridges were served out to each. In a few moments general Reynolds, accompanied by general Kenley, of Maryland, came riding along the line, and as they reached the position occupied by our regiment, some of the boys called out, 'Three cheers for general Kenley!' They were given with a will, and the general, pausing for a moment, turned towards the troops, and with a bow of acknowledgment, exclaimed 'Men of Pennsylvania, I want you to form that line!' general Reynolds slowly rode on, without seeming to notice the incident.

"About this time the Maryland brigade, which had arrived that morning, came marching along the turnpike, in full uniform, with drums beating and colors flying, passed on in front of the line down the turnpike towards the river, and were then thrown out on the extreme left of the line of battle. Their presence was very inspiring, as they were the only portion of the troops who had seen service and looked like regulars. A short time later, while the excitement was still at its heights Company K of the First Regiment, which, as before remarked, was the only company of the regiment armed with minie muskets, was ordered out from the line to be thrown out as skirmishers. Down on to the pike we were marched, out through the barricade, behind which the field battery was stationed, and thence along the road towards the river, perhaps a half a mile, when we passed into a piece of woods skirting the road, and were ordered to deploy and form a skirmish line. The reader, even if a veteran, will readily see that all this looked like an impending fight, and this was our fixed impression. We learned then and there, if nothing more, something of the feeling, often talked of, of a raw recruit just as the battle opens. That hearts beat very rapidly just then and cheeks grew paler cannot be doubted; but the men could not afford to show cowardice in the presence of the thousands who were behind them, and the company marched out to the post assigned them as steadily as though they were on parade. Probably one-half of this company was composed of young men from Harrisburg, under age, and some of them several years below their majority. The writer will be excused for saying that he saw with astonishment the alacrity with which they, especially, moved out to what seemed like a speedy collision with the rebel forces.

"From the position we now occupied we could look back and see the long line of troops drawn out upon the ridge behind us, the Maryland brigade, with its blue uniforms, being conspicuous on the extreme left. We looked and waited anxiously for what should occur next, expecting each moment to hear the first sounds of battle. But we could see nothing in advance of us, and no hostile shot broke the stillness. The day passed on, the excitement gradually subsided, and with the exception of a continual riding of mounted men up and down the turnpike, nothing occurred to renew the alarm. About five o'clock in the afternoon the Philadelphia battery was moved farther up the road, and commenced firing, probably shelling the woods in advance of them. In a little while we saw the old line in our rear broken up, and the troops marched forward, with their drums beating, passing our skirmish-line, and taking up a new position about a mile nearer the river. No orders were given to us that night to rejoin our regiment, and the company remained where they were until the next morning. The other troops slept on their arms in their new position.

"During Saturday night, as the troops remained in their advanced position, they could see the flash of the rebel cannon across the river and the flight of the shells thrown apparently to this side, though not reaching our lines. On Sunday morning Company K, which, as before stated, had remained in their old position all night, rejoined the regiment about ten o'clock. They were immediately ordered to the extreme front again, and, crossing some cornfields, reached the brow of a hill some distance to the left of the turnpike. From this point half of the company were deployed and sent out upon the picket line, extending to the left for perhaps half a mile. It was a lovely autumnal morning, and at this time everything was still around us. Sheltered, as we wore, in a pleasant woods, some of us were hoping that we might enjoy a quiet Sabbath, free from the excitements of the two preceding days. In a short time, however, one of the advanced pickets came rushing in, in breathless haste, with the tidings that a large force, supposed to be rebels, were advancing along a road which ran in front and to the left of us, leading probably to Williamsport. Clouds of dust had been seen rising along the road, and the force seemed to be composed of cavalry, artillery, and infantry. A messenger was immediately sent to the commanding officer of the troops in our rear, and in a few moments we saw the effects of the news upon the long line which stretched over the fields behind us. The excitement of the day before was renewed. The drums beat and the straggling line assumed a more compact shape. Presently a number of mounted officers, accompanied by orderlies, rode rapidly past us over the fields, going out to the front of our line of pickets. We waited anxiously for further news, and in a short time they were seen returning, and word passed along the line that the troops advancing, instead of rebels, were Couch's division of McClellan's army, on their way to Williamsport.

"The tidings were very satisfactory, for they not only assured us of the presence of veterans between us and the rebels, but put an end, for the present at least, to the danger of an invasion ot Pennsylvania, and showed us that our brief campaign was ended. Company K was at once ordered to its place in the regiment, and in a short time the regiment itself was in motion on its return march to Pennsylvania. And then began a long and weary tramp which some of us at least thought might have been spared us. Wearied with the exciting scenes of the past forty-eight hours, a quiet rest during the remainder of the Sunday afternoon in some shady spot would have been very grateful to the men, and prepared us for a long march as was needful on Monday. But instead of this we were, without halting, marched back through Hagerstown, and out on the road leading towards Chambersburg. All the long, hot afternoon the march continued along the dry and dusty road, until about eight o'clock in the evening we reached the vicinity of Greencastle, a distance from our starting-point of about fourteen miles. Here we encamped in an open field near the town, and the wearied men were glad to throw themselves down anywhere to get a little rest and sleep. The writer was so fortunate as to gain admission to a barn adjacent to the camp-ground, where, stretched upon the hay, he enjoyed the best night's rest he had had since the regiment left Harrisburg.

"All day Monday we remained encamped in the open field beneath the burning sun, without even a tree to shield us from its rays. Little shelter-tents were put up during the day, in each of which two or three men could sit or lie down, but not stand erect. The men, however, were allowed to scatter, and many of us went into Greencastle, where we enjoyed the privilege of eating dinner once more at a table. At the nine o'clock drum-beat we turned in, as we supposed for the night, but in about an hour were roused again and ordered to strike tents and march to the cars. At Greencastle we embarked about midnight in freight cars, and started for home. Our progress was very slow, as the road was blocked up with troop- and provision-trains, and just before daylight our train and another collided in the suburbs of Shippensburg, smashing the locomotives and knocking many the men off their seats. The good people of the town were very hospitable, kindly opening their houses to us, and furnishing the entire regiment with a good breakfast.

"The accident detained us until noon, when we started again, and ran as far as Carlisle. Here we were kept waiting until six o'clock in the evening, when the train got in motion once more, dropping companies at Mechanicsburg and Shiremanstown, and about half-past seven the Harrisburg companies were safely landed at the foot of State Street. Here we found quite a crowd awaiting us, who greeted us with cheers, and really seemed glad that we had not been gobbled up by the rebels and carried to Southern prison pens. It was a pleasant thing thus to be welcomed by our fellow-citizens, even though we had shed no blood in their defense, and were returning with unbroken numbers. We had at least helped to maintain the honor of the State, and especially of its capital city, by responding promptly to the call of the Governor and forming part of the first regiment which bad gone forth to the border when danger seemed impending. Now that it was all over, and we had safely reached our homes, we probably felt a little self-satisfaction as we looked back upon the events of the past ten days, during part of which we had stood side by side with the Maryland brigade, some ten miles beyond the border. If so, the reader will pardon us, more especially if he be one of those who refused to come at the Governor's call and remained quietly in the security of his home, perhaps to speak jestingly of the Pennsylvania militia."



FIRST REGIMENT.

Organized Sept. 11 -13, 1862; discharged Sept. 23 -25, 1862.

Colonel.

Henry McCormick.

Lieutenant-Colonel.

Robert A. Lamberton.

Major.

Thomas B. Bryson.

Adjutant.

George A. Newman.

Quartermaster.

Samuel N. Emminger.

Assistant Surgeon.

Solomon S. Shultz.

Sergeant-Major.

Charles B. Phaler.

Commissary Sergeant.

Howard Mullin.

COMPANY B.

Captain.

Edwin Curzon.

First Lieutenant.

George W. Newman.

Second Lieutenant.

Malcolm B. Montgomery.

First Sergeant.

Jacob F. Seiler.

Sergeants.

Ellis Updegrove.

John W. Garberick.

Thomas J. Black.

Daniel Bensinger.

Corporals.

Henry W. Kohler.

Mathias A. Hutman.

George Groff.

William Longnecker.

Mowry Nichols.

Martin G. Bates.

Cornelius M. Shell.

George M. Huber.

Musicians.

Joseph L. Ettla.

George Yousling.

Privates.

Jeremiah S. Barnes.

William D. Martin.

Jacob Barnhart.

Thomas D. Martin.

Daniel Basehore.

Andrew Moyer.

Theodore S. Bell.

George F. Murray.

Washington Bellman.

William N. Meredith.

William H. Bostick.

James W. Morgan.

James B. Black.

John C. Moyer.

William Black.

Edward J. Morton.

James Brady.

John A. Newman.

Joseph A. Brenizer.

Silas W. Poulton.

William Brown.

Robert U. Porter.

Joseph Burkhart.

Thomas Pool.

Jacob Cain.

Andrew Pressler.

Wells Coverly.

Franklin Putt.

Jacob S. Cramp.

John Rouch.

William C. Cramp.

George H. Rodebaugh.

John P. Crull.

Benjamin F. Rodebaugh.

Samuel H. Ettla.

Joseph Roberts.

Henry Emanuel.

Henry Rose.

John Emerick.

John A. Sands.

Solomon Emanuel.

Joseph Sheets.

James Finnen.

Charles P. Sheets.

Benjamin Flowers.

John L. Sheets.

Bernard L. Gildea.

Zachariah Shoop.

John C. Glancy.

Andrew Schlayer.

Henry Geety.

Jacob F. Schlayer.

James E. Gavin.

John S. Sloan.

John F. Hope.

George Shaner.

William E. Hutman.

Jacob Stiner.

Felix Huber.

Thomas Skidmore.

John F. Hoops.

Henry Snyder.

Jackson Hammelbaugh.

Ephraim S. Thomas.

John Holtzendollar.

Thomas Thompson.

Beverly B. Keim.

John P. Updegrove.

Lucius B. Keim.

Theodore G. Visser.

William C. Kurtz.

Daniel T. Wilson.

Frank B. Kinneard.

James Wright.

Tobias Krider.

Joseph R. Weaver.

George Loy.

Samuel Wenrick.

Martin Mason.

George W. Weltzel.

David Maeyer.

William S. Young.

COMPANY C.

Captain.

George W. Gordon.

First Lieutenant.

M.T. Ruth.

Second Lieutenant.

J.L. Suydam.

First Sergeant.

George W. Brown.

Sergeants.

Benjamin Skeen.

Charles L. Hoopes.

Joseph Adams.

John Aldred.

Corporals.

George T. Jones.

William F. Hilton.

L.W. Ayars.

Eber Garrett.

Isaiah Paxson.

Henry Webster.

Benjamin Yeoman.

George W. Wills.

Musician.

John Mason.

Privates.

Hamilton Balentine.

Moses Mendenhall.

Jonathan C. Baldwin.

Ellis Miller.

Samuel Black.

George W. Morgan.

Mifflin Battin.

H. H. Macelduff.

Bernard Con ard.

J. C. Marshall.

John Dunn.

John McKeown.

Smith Detterline.

Jerry McCarty.

John Donnelly.

Joseph M. McCorkle.

James Douglass.

Bowen Parke.

Levi Dowlin.

John Parke.

Richard J. Dowling.

Joseph S. Pinkerton.

Gibbons Ferrill.

John B. Rogers.

H.H. Fleming.

J.P. Ringwalt.

Hannums Gray.

Patrick Ryan.

George Gray.

Frazier P. Stanley.

Jerry Hoopes.

Edward Sheehy.

John Hlnckman.

Richard Searle.

Oliver Hampton.

Jacob Shelmire.

Walker Hilton.

Slater Springer.

R.W. Hoppersett.

Daniel Sullivan.

Temple Jones.

Wilmer Strong.

William Kirke.

John Spackman.

John L. Kirke.

Davis Thomas.

Samuel Lineinger.

W.B. Vanleer.

Justus Law.

Hunter J. Wills.

S.S. Lamborne.

John Walker.

Henry Lukens.

Alfred Webster.

Samuel Maples.

Silas D. Yerkes.

R.B. Miller.  

COMPANY E.

Captain.

William H. Miller.

First Lieutenant.

Ephraim G.H. Meck.

Second Lieutenant.

Henry C. Shaffer.

First Sergeant.

Erastus J. Jones.

Sergeants.

William H. Alricks.

Thomas J. Humes.

Samuel A. Brumbaugh.

John J. Wetzel.

Corporals.

Robert Vaughn.

George Critzman.

William A. Parkhill.

George B. Aughenbaugh.

George W. Osler.

Francis S. John.

Gilliard Dock.

William H. Thomas.

Samuel Pool.

Musician.

Morgan Royal.

Privates.

William H. Amey.

Edward Kunkel.

Hamilton Alricks, Jr.

John Kamerer.

J.W. Armstrong.

Henry Kepple.

Andrew Bear.

Leonard H. Kinneard.

Benjamin F. Bear.

Augustus Lochman.

Joseph Ball.

John S. Lynch.

Solomon H. Brenner.

James H. Lutz.

Charles A. Boas.

James S. Mersereau.

James M. Bomgardner.

William B. Muench.

Spencer S. Barrett.

William P. Miller.

William Brown.

Edward Miller.

John A. Bigler.

Elias Miller.

Isaiah T. Bowman.

B.A. Martin.

A.S. Baskin.

Charles W. Maurer.

Francis A. Belt.

John W. Moffit.

Daniel S. Burns.

Samuel Nunemacher.

Joseph S. Bates.

Ambrose Nunemacher.

Henry Drummond.

William B. Nolen.

Philip H. Dougherty.

Samuel L. Pretts.

Newton Deeder.

Henry C. Pelen.

D. L. Duncan.

William Bees.

John Edwards.

William G. Bees.

Clement S. Erisman.

Thomas D. Reeme.

E. E. Ebbert.

Samuel Reinhard.

Joseph B. Ewing.

James Richord.

Alfred E. Eyster.

Henry Richmond.

J. Montgomery Forster.

John S. Rupert.

A. W. Field.

Frederick K. Scott.

Thomas J. Finney.

William H. Stevens.

B. Franklin Gibe.

Leonard C.J. Shick.

William Gastrock.

John Stormfelts.

William G. Gibson.

Jandon Smith.

Thomas Greene.

A. C. Smith.

John F. Hummel, Jr.

William P. Smull.

Albert Hummel.

John Searfaus.

William W. Hays.

Abraham Stees.

Henry Henderson.

Martin Spain.

J.H. Huffnagle.

William Shough.

George Hickman.

William S. Shaffer.

Adam Hoffman.

John Thorns.

John L. Hammer.

Isaiah T. Van Horn.

Andrew J. Herr.

John S. Vandling.

William D. Jack.

Louis Wyeth.

William Jeffries.

Oliver Yoder.

Ovid F. Johnson.

COMPANY H.

Captain.

Daniel May.

First Lieutenant.

David Reese.

Second Lieutenant.

J. De Witt Sprout.

First Sergeant.

George Brinton.

Sergeants.

David Watkins.

Joseph Dunbar.

Emanuel Hooppy.

Jacob Silks.

Corporals.

George Brown.

Frederick Kilheffer.

Charles Sponsler.

John Olewine.

Samuel Benner.

John Maley.

Abram Lehman.

Hiram Dunbar.

Privates.

George Anderson.

George W. Livingston.

Henry Books.

John Linganfield.

Daniel Books.

Jacob Lauty.

Christian Bender.

Franklin Martin.

Albert Baughman.

Tobias Molty.

Stephen D. Carlyle.

Augustus Molty.

Augustus Croll.

William Maley.

Joseph Donnell.

Howard Mullin (promoted to commissary sergeant).

Lewis Davis.

Christian McClanigan.

Levi Eckert.

James McCartney.

John Eckert.

Jacob F. Noes.

Jacob Eckert.

John B. Neidig.

Jacob Eichelberger.

Jacob Rife.

George Eusor.

Elias River.

C. Augustus Ebner.

Levi Rapp.

Benjamin Frank.

Amos Rupley.

John Freeland.

Charles Rickart.

Alfred Freeland.

Samuel Rishell.

John George.

Solomon Roth.

Alexander George.

George W. Stees.

William George.

Moses Shellenberger.

John Gable.

John Shelly.

Stephen Hughes.

Edward Shumaker.

Henry Hurley.

Adam Stahler.

Alfred Hhhiard.

John Shellenberger.

David Heiges.

William Sheets.

William Hawkes.

James W. Seiple.

Christian H. Hoover.

David Thomas.

Jacob Hummel.

David Tillrnan.

Abram Hoover.

Samuel Turner.

Christian Kraber.

James B. Taylor.

David Keys.

Benjamin B. White.

William T. Kynor.

Charles F. Wilbur.

Stephen Keys.

Oliver White.

Jacob Keys.

Griffith W. Williams.

David Keefer.

Cornelius Wynkoop.

Daniel Kilheffer.

William Wentz.

Valentine Knaway.

John Zimmerman.

Leander Lehman.

Jacob M. Colestock.

COMPANY K.

Captain.

Jacob M. Major.

First Lieutenant.

John M. Major.

Second Lieutenant.

George Myers.

First Sergeant.

Peter K. Boyd.

Sergeants.

Joshua W. Jones.

Edward Boyer.

George Gross.

Augustus H. Frankem.

Corporals.

John Souder.

George W. Ensinger.

Aaron Barringer.

Jacob Souder.

William S. Wilt.

Louis M. Drexler.

James Boyd.

James S. Criswell.

Musician.

Jacob W. Mumma.

Privates.

Abraham Anspach.

David Jauss.

George H. Bell.

L. Lewy.

Samuel B. Bordner.

Frederick Keiser.

George Bergner.

Jacob G. May.

Edward Ballskey.

Thomas Montgomery.

Frederick E. Byers.

William H. Miller.

Samuel Y. Boyer.

George W. McCalla.

Alfred H. Buehler.

Christian Nass.

Simon M. Beard.

George A. Oglesby.

Calvin S. Bowman.

Andrew H. Over.

Alexander Bergstresser.

Winfield Purviance.

Augustus Burnett.

Leopold Pollock.

Harry Bender.

William Philips.

M.B. Black.

Henry A. Ross.

Philip Britsch.

J.J. Rebman.

John H. Brown.

John C. Rawn.

W.A. Clendennin.

William Stewart.

John J. Dasher.

John P. Seiler.

George Doehne.

John W. Simonton.

William O. Dresback.

Andrew Stevens.

Adam Earnest.

Martin V. Stevens.

John Essig.

Joshua Sleeper.

Martin Erb.

Samuel H. Simon.

Edward Frankem.

Robert Snodgrass.

William J. Feist.

Samuel M. Sayford.

Martin Garverich.

Joseph L. Shearer.

Sigmund Gumberts.

Henry Sweitzer.

H. Murray Graydon.

Adolph Teupser.

Emanuel German.

Henry C. Thompson.

John Harvey.

Harry Vogle.

Theodore Hummel.

Erasmus D. Wilt.

Henry Harter.

William Wilt.

Lucas A. Hoelle.

John H. Witmyer.

John L. Hoover.

Joseph Whitturd.

Edward L. Belier.

Theodore Wolierton.

H.W. Hoffman.

Daniel Wagner.

Thomas O. Harris.

George F. Weaver.

J. Geiger Ingram.

Jonas Weltmer.

James U. Jeffries.

Philip M. Yohn.



SIXTH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA.

From an interesting sketch of the orderly sergeant of Company K we glean the following relating to this command and its service in the war:

"Arriving at Harrisburg, we were enrolled as Company K, Sixth Regiment Pennsylvania Militia, J. Armstrong, colonel. Some details concerning the organization of the regiment were not completed. Delay was experienced at the arsenal on account of the great rush for arms. We were obliged to await our turn, ordered into quarters, our company in one of the school-houses of the city, where we remained until the morning of the 15th, the patriotic citizens meanwhile taking care that we did not suffer for want of provisions. We made good use of our time drilling, and provided ourselves with rubber and woolen blankets, and other necessaries which the State was not prepared to furnish. On the morning of the 15th, about eight o'clock, we were marched to the arsenal, where each soldier received a musket and twenty rounds of ammunition. Immediately after receiving these, the regiment was formed on Fourth Street, in the rear of the capitol, preparatory to marching to the cars, which awaited us on the Cumberland Valley Railroad. Here we stood for the space of an hour or more, holding no communication with the concourse of people which lined the western slope of Capitol Hill, many of whom had come to see us off and bid us a last farewell, but were prevented from approaching by certain sabred veterans on horseback, who galloped incessantly up and down the lines, and who, judging from their fierce countenances, would have decapitated any venturesome spirit daring to cross their path. Many of this throng, particularly the female portion, were weeping, probably at the thought of the terrible fate which awaited those unfortunate rebels who might be called upon to stand against us in battle. Here and there could be discerned the sweet and kindly face of mother, sister, wife, or sweetheart. Their presence cheered as well as saddened our departure.

"About eleven o'clock we boarded the cars, and were soon on our way to the front. The train was composed of freight-cars of various descriptions, but principally of the box pattern, air-tight everywhere excepting at the two side-doors. Towards evening, September 15th, the train reached Chambersburg, and the soldiers were quartered for the night in various parts of the town, our company with some others in the courthouse. Next morning we took up the line of march towards Hagerstown. The weather was very warm and the road dusty. After marching what seemed to us about ten miles, but in reality only three, we arrived at Camp McClure, a beautiful piece of woodland near the road. Here we were halted until the First Regiment, Col. McCormick's, marched out of camp, when the Sixth marched in and took their places. Space was assigned each company, and we were ordered to stack arms and make ourselves as comfortable as circumstances would permit. Many of the companies found booths already constructed on their grounds, but on the space assigned to Company K there were no improvements. A large force was, therefore, detailed to bring in rails and corn-fodder, and construct a wigwam large enough to accommodate the whole company. The men worked with a will, and before night a very comfortable and spacious wigwam was erected, and the ground within littered with straw obtained from a neighboring barn. In the mean time the cook had prepared supper, and we partook of our first meal of hard-tack, mess-pork, and army coffee. Most of us had never seen hardtack before, and were at a loss how to manage it. Fortunately our cook and second sergeant had been in the three months' service, and were able to enlighten us.

"The following order, issued soon after we arrived in camp, will serve to show how our time was spent: "6TH REGIMENT PA. MILITIA, "CAMP MCCLURE.

"Captains of the several companies will order squad drill by company from 9.30 to 11.30 A.M.

"Squad drill in the afternoon from 1.30 to 3, and company drill from 3.30 to 5 o'clock. Dress parade at 5.30 P.M.

"Morning reports must be made to these headquarters before 7.30 AM, daily. By order. "J. ARMSTRONG, "'Colonel Commanding.'

"On the evening of the 16th, captain James D. Dougherty's company of artillery arrived In camp, and took position on the low ground along the creek which skirted the edge of the camp. This was a well-appointed company of four guns; several of the officers and some of the men were said to be experienced artillerists. Their horses, however, were unused to the service, and some of them balky, so that it required considerable skill and much patience to convey the pieces from camp to the drilling-ground on the heights above. We were glad to see this company, for theirs were the only familiar faces in camp since the departure of the First Regiment.

"On the 17th we heard the booming cannon, which continued all day long, and seemingly at no great distance, but we could get no news, yet we felt confident that a great battle was in progress; all else was conjecture and uncertainty. That night, about ten o'clock, the regiment received orders to be ready to march at a moment's notice. Our company was ready, and formed at once in front of the wigwam. We stood in position probably an hour, awaiting orders from headquarters. None came, however, and the captain, who was a humane man, ordered us to break ranks, and each man make himself as comfortable as he could, without unpacking his knapsack. We sat down among the trees, with our guns in our hands, passing a tiresome and sleepless night. Towards morning more definite news of the battle was received, and at daylight the order for a forward movement was countermanded. It was intimated that the emergency was about over, and that the next order would probably be one to go home.

"On the morning of the 23d, we were ordered to the rail road and embarked for home. After a long and tedious ride in freight-cars we reached Harrisburg towards evening, and encamped for the night on Capitol Hill. The next day we 'turned in our guns' (the ammunition having been expended shooting mark in Camp McClure), and were discharged, having been in the service exactly eleven days."

SIXTH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA, 1862.



COMPANY E.


Captain.


Charles W. Ayars.


First Lieutenant.


Henry O. Witman.


Second Lieutenant.


William R. Gerhart.


First Sergeant.


William Lodge.


Sergeants.


John Porter.


Henry Witman.


George W. Swigart.


Benjamin M. Frank.


Corporals.


John L. Detrich.


William S. Taylor.


William J. Hershberger.


Ambrose Rathvon.


Joseph B. Landis.


George W. Spies.


Jasper N. Frazer.


Henry G. Clouser.


Musicians.


John Wingart.


John Baily.


Privates.


Solomon B. Bowerman.


Daniel Y. Lenker.


Edward Beard.


William H. Moore.


John F. Bowman.


Nathaniel Matter.


Abraham Brock.


Hiram Moyer.


Peter W. Bischoff.


John Miller, Jr.


Daniel Chubb.


William B. Meetch.


Hiram Chubb.


John Metzgar, Jr.


Jeremiah Chubb.


Ephraim N. Musser.


William H. Cramer.


Henry C. Martin.


Richard W. Derr.


Samuel Myers.


Dallas Dilly.


John McDivitt.


William W. Davidson.


Josiah Noll.


Jacob Forney.


Charles E. Reigel.


John Fauber.


Edward Rathvon.


David Frankford.


Lewis Rutter.


Michael Fetterhoff.


Charles W. Ryan.


Alfred Hatfield.


John Rathvon.


Samuel L. Hiney.


George A. Singer.


George W. Hinkle.


Francis Shammo.


Hiram G. Hoke.


Simon P. Snyder.


Smith Head.


Israel Seiders.


Nicholas Hogentogler.


Isaac Smith.


John Heckert.


Joseph Snyder.


James Hoffman.


John W. Sweigart.


Salisbury H. James.


Isaac Sweigart.


Lewis Jury.


David Shultz.


George Jury.


Michael Sponsler.


Joseph Keefer.


George W. Taylor.


John Keefer.


George Warner.


Isaac R. Landis.


N.W. Weaver.


Samuel B. Light.


William Williams.


William Lehman.


Philip Whitman.


Robert W. Lodge.


Joseph F. Yeager.


William Lebo.


James M. Zigler.


John F. Long.


Joseph Zimmerman.


COMPANY K.


Captain.


James Elder.


First Lieutenant.


John F. Peck.


Second Lieutenant.


John Witmoyer.


First Sergeant.


William F. Rutherford.


Sergeants.


John Elder.


Moses Lyter.


Isaac Light.


John E. Rutherford.


Corporals.


George Conrad.


George Mohn.


Park Rutherford.


Simon Witmoyer.


John Peipper.
 


Musician.


Christian Reitzel.


Privates.


Abram Attick.


Stephen Morley.


Daniel Attick.


Joseph Mumma.


William Attick.


Martin Mumma.


Martin Attick.


John McCord.


Jacob Bishop.


Michael Neidinger.


Henry Barnhart.


John Olewine.


Levi Books.


David Runkle.


George Crumbler.


Michael Raysor.


George Cassel.


William Reed.


John Cauffman.


George Ricker.


Joshua B. Elder.


Jackson G. Rutherford.


John Fickes.


John Q.A. Rutherford.


Allen Forrest.


Samuel H. Rutherford.


John Frantz.


John H. Rutherford.


Christian Good.


Charles Swartz.


John N. Gray.


Joseph Swartz.


John Gait.


Solomon Snavely.


Jacob Gramm.


Henry Shultz.


Henry Harpell.


Samuel Shrum.


Isaac Houck.


Jacob Smith.


Levi Hocker.


Benjamin Unger.


Joseph Horstick.


John T. Unger.


Peter Ligon.


Samuel Witmoyer.


John Lingle.


Jacob Wittle.


Mahlon Myers.


Benjamin Wright.


Cornelius Mefford.


Samuel Wright.


Daniel Metz.
 


INDEPENDENT COMPANIES PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA, 1862.

Organized Sept. 12, 1862; discharged Sept. 27, 1862.


Captain.


Enoch S. Yentzer.


First Lieutenant.


Henry C. Raymond.


Second Lieutenant.


Joseph H. Landis.


First Sergeant.


George H. Lenhart.


Sergeants.


Hiram H. Parson.


Franklin S. Smith.


Nelson T. Wood.


George W. Ettley.


Corporals.


Joseph K. Oren.


John H. Schaeffer.


Hamlet Murr.


Simon S. Campbell.


Musician.


John R. Souders.


Privates.


George W. Ackerman.


John Keller.


Joseph H. Antrim.


John Lynch.


James H. Arnold.


David Leonard.


Henry M. Brubaker.


Matthew Moore.


David Beaverson.


John McGinnis.


Samuel Eyerly.


F. Patrick Norton.


John Fishburn.


Abraham L. Orth.


George Pencil.


Simon C. Peters.


Christian Fortney.


Andrew J. Poorman.


Webster Fry.


George W. Rodfong.


John Griffin.


John W. Rife.


John Hoffman.


John Smith.


William Hickernell.


William D. Starr.


James Hipple.


David Vincent.


George W. Hawk.


Orlando L. Wieting.


Jacob Henry.


William F. Winnagle.


Felix Henry.


William Irwin Wilson.


John Haggerty.


John Wannemacher.


George H. Irwin.
 


INDEPENDENT INFANTRY COMPANIES.

Organized Sept. 1, 1862; discharged Sept. 22, 1862.


Captain.


Thomas M. Biddle.


First Lieutenant.


Stephen Olney, Jr.


Second Lieutenant.


David M. Martin.


First Sergeant.


Davis H. Waite.


Sergeants.


B. Jackson Hodges.


Samuel T. Allen.


Sylvester Hamlin.
 


Corporals.


Walter H. Davis.


Francis H. Freeman.


Joseph C. Thomas.


Daniel Chipman.


Privates.


James F. Akely.


Silas Higgins.


Edmund M. Armstrong.


John Hollar.


William C. Arthur.


Isaiah Higgins.


Joseph Babcock.


Allen Hastings.


James Baldwin.


Franklin Honodle.


Elias H. Berry.


Thomas R. Lewis.


Edward M. Biddle.


Reuben Lewis.


William S. Bristol.


David Lewis.


J. Burkholder.


John Lininger.


William Burkholder.


Jacob Laymaster.


Elliott Burkholder.


William Martin.


John S. Butts.


George Mosser.


Henry W. Byers.


William Mullan.


James Cox.


Daniel Weihoof.


James Crawford.


Joseph McGowan.


Thomas Crawford.


Leonard McLaughlin.


Robert Carson.


William McLaughlin.


George Deck.


Thomas McLaughlin.


David Divilbiss.


Andrew J. McCurdy.


Samuel Dickhout.


John McCurdy, Sr.


Alexander Dale.


Joseph H. McClintock.


Adam Deck.


Samuel McGuire.


Jeremiah Eckerman.


William Olenberger.


John Ferry.


Leonard S. Potter.


Jacob Foutz.


Daniel Ringle.


Joseph Fisher.


John Small.


Jacob Freize.


Franklin Stenger.


John Gift.


John Stratiff.


William Gift.


John Treher.


John G. Gould.


Daniel Tritle.


Robert Gould.


David Teeter.


John Glass.


Winfield S. Vance.


Benjamin Hopkins.


George Zeis.


Daniel Haulman.


John Zeis.


William Haun.


George Zeis, Sr.


Samuel Hastings.
 


Organized Sept. 17,1862; discharged Sept. 23, 1862.


Captain.


Joseph Graeff.


First Lieutenant.


Calvin Kurtz.


Second Lieutenant.


Christian H. Shank.


First Sergeant.


John A. Stehley.


Sergeants.


George H. Stecher.


John Baker.


Peter Shope.


Ephraim B. Cobaugh.


Corporals.


Henry W. Kettering.


David Strickler.


Franklin C. Earnest.


Martin F. Nissley.


Henry G. Walmer.


John M. Hershey.


Joseph F. Hummel.


Daniel Baker.


Privates.


Jacob H. Balsbaugh.


Solomon M. Hummel.


Emanuel Beicher.


Franklin Hershey.


Henry Bopp.


Levi Jack.


Gideon Bombgardner.


Adam Landis.


Henry Brown.


Joseph Morrison.


David M. Cranmer.


George McCans.


Jacob L. Dipner.


Simon P. Rhoads.


Reuben Ellinger.


Joseph Rhann.


Felix B. Fishburn.


William L. Saul.


William R. Frailey.


Anthony Slamback.


Thomas G. Fox.


Joseph Stauffer.


Hershey Gerberich.


Amos Smith.


John G. Gruber.


Jeremiah P. Smith.


Christian Hephner.


Horace Spidle.


Peter Hoerner.


Adam H. Shope.


Enoch B. Hollinger.


Abraham Sheetz.


John E. Hershey.


Franklin E. Steiker.


George T. Hummel.


Franklin Strickler.


Richard T. Hummel.


William B. Stoner.


Henry L. Hummel.


James Sweeney.


David J. Hummel.


Amos Wheeler.


Jacob M. Hummel.


John Wagner.


Charles C. Hummel.


George Weirich.


Frederick A. Hummel.


Andrew Wilheim.


Alfred Hummel.


William C. Zeiters.


Organized Sept. 15, 1862; discharged Sept. 24, 1862.


Captain.


Edward B. Sanno.


First Lieutenant.


John Raymond.


Second Lieutenant.


Raphael Flowers.


First Sergeant.


John M. Garverich.


Sergeants.


Daniel Rohrer.


Daniel Marquart.


William Evans.


Patrick Burns.


Corporals.


George Derstine.


William Searfauss.


William Snoddy.


Jeremiah Shellenberger.


John Hepford.


John Young.


William Rudy.


Edward Calder.


Musicians.


John Allen.


Calvin Snoddy.


Privates.


George Bousman.


James Murdock.


John Bummer.


Franklin Miller.


Emanuel K. Boyer.


Charles Moore.


James Bixler.


Francis McLean.


Francis Blessing.


John Newcomb.


Andrew Cowan.


Charles Oxborough.


Johu Cain.


John Phillips.


Oliver A. Conrad.


Robert Patton.


Abraham Caslow.


Samuel Rauch.


James Dean.


Samuel W. Ritterihouse.


Charles H. Dwelly.


William A. Runk.


George B. Egle.


Jacob M. Rupp.


Cobb Etter.


Samuel Rank.


Joseph Fessler.


James Robison.


George Freehand.


Samuel Shoop.


Isaac Gruver.


Charles Smith.


John Graham.


Charles Starts.


Henry Getz.


Martin Shaffner.


William Hehler.


John L. Sheets.


William A. Holmes.


Charles A. Smith.


John F. Hoops.


John Stone.


Samuel Hepford.


Christian Stick.


John Hummer.


Benjamin Wallower.


Charles Jones.


Joseph Worrall.


David Kauffman.


Solomon Wertz.


Franklin H. Lemen.


George Wallower.


James Murphy.


Henry Williams.


Charles A. Mead.


George Woodall.


INDEPENDENT CAVALRY COMPANIES.

Organized Sept. 15, 1862; discharged Sept. 26, 1862.


Captain.


Henry W. Hoffman.


First Lieutenant.


Benjamin Martin.


Second Lieutenants.


Samuel Flickinger.


Benjamin Sheesley.


First Sergeant.


David Potts.


Quartermaster Sergeant.


Hiram P. Morley.


Sergeants.


Henry B. Brightbill.


Henry C. Garverich.


David Hepford.


Jacob A. Brightbill.


Corporals.


Daniel Fisher.


Henry P. Hoak.


Alexander S. McClintQck.


Joseph H. Poffenberger.


William Hummel.


David W. Miller.


Nathaniel Potts.


John H. Harper.


Privates.


Elias Books.


Cyrus Homer.


James P. Butt,.


John tingle.


Andrew Brightbill.


William tingle.


Jacob Bogner.


John C. Miller.


George W. Cassell.


Samuel A. Miller.


Peter Elser.


John Neidig.


Eli H. Faltz.


A. V. Polk.


T. Henry Fry.


Philip Reigert.


Michael Frank.


Philip H. Shaffner.


George F. Fackler.


Daniel Wise.


Thomas Gilday.


George Wolford.


Jerome Rite.


James K.P. Weddle.


Andrew A. Hook.


Serell Wagner.


John Hummel.


Martin Wetzel.


Hiram H. Hochlander.


Jonn Welker.


Joseph Hocker.
 


Organized Sept. 11, 1862; discharged Sept. 24, 1862.


Captain.


Eby Byers.


First Lieutenant.


J. Brisben Boyd.


Second Lieutenants.


Frank A. Murray.


First Sergeant.


Charles C. Rawn.


Sergeants.


William C. Fisher.


E. Frank Riley.


Frederick Haehnlen.


John Killinger.


Corporals.


Charles Buehler.


George Dress.


Jacob Mish.


Adam Wilhelm.


William Stees.


David Brougher.


John B. Smith.


Valpert Fink.


Bugler.


George Becker.


Quartermaster.


Benjamin G. Peters.


Surgeon.


George Dock.


Privates.


John Adams.


Elias Hoke.


Daniel Bitting.


Adam Hoffman.


Peter Barnhardt.


John A. Haller.


Henry W. Bowman.


William Harris.


Henry Becker.


William Knoche.


Daniel A. Bolt.


Frank Mahan.


David Bryer.


Jacob Morning.


Henry A. Boyle.


John Miller.


Henry Becker.


John Mounts.


Cornelius Bomgardner.


Jacob H. Otstat.


Christian Cilly.


Vincent Orsinger.


Walter Crawford.


Samuel Robinson.


John Crawford.


David D. Spayd.


William Cilly.


Joseph F. Stewart.


George M. Dinger.


Joseph W. Stone.


Charles A. Davis.


Henry Shearer.


Hugh Dunlap.


Samuel Sheaffer.


William H. Emminger.


Luther M. Simon.


Henry Fortney.


Henry Thomas.


Barnhart Frisch.


Jacob Ulman.


John Fries.


George W. Wilt.


Adam Gohl.


Henry Weaver.


John Greenawalt.


A.J. Warfield.


William Haehnlen.
 


INDEPENDENT ARTILLERY COMPANY.

Organized Sept. 11, 1862; discharged Sept. 27, 1862.


Captain.


James D. Dougherty.


First Lieutenants.


William C. McFadden.


William E. Dougherty.


Second Lieutenants.


Robert B. Barr.


Benjamin L. Forster.


First Sergeant.


Osan D. Forster.


Sergeants.


George L. Black.


John Lowrie.


Oliver Rodier.


Joseph Cunkle.


Corporals.


David Lichty.


Jacob Cunkle.


William Halleck.


Hummel Vance.


Michael S. Nachtrib.


William Floyd.


Musicians.


George Fiest.


William Cruikshank.


Privates.


George Anderson.


Michael Maloney.


Jonas Books.


Samuel Miller.


Peter Becker.


William McCoy.


William Buch.


William McKibben.


Richard Brown.


Michael McCulloch.


Lewis Brimminger.


Alexander Orth.


Daniel A. Barr.


Charles Osman.


Patrick Campbell.


Samuel Oswald.


Thomas Connelly.


Isaac Porter.


Theodore Dickman.


George Phillips.


Levan Dougherty.


James Ryan.


William Erhman.


James Reamshart.


Richard Fitzpatrick.


Thomas D. Reeme.


Thomas Gillner.


Joseph Strominger.


Thomas Herdler.


John A. Sands.


Seldon Hetzel.


Charles Stoner.


Jesse H. Hipple.


Henry Shellenberger.


Jacob Knabb.


William Small.


George Kelly.
 


INDEPENDENT CAVALRY, 1863.

Mustered in June 17, 1663; discharged Aug. 11, 1863.


Captain.


Frank A. Murray.


First Lieutenants.


William C. Fisher.


Second Lieutenant.


Edward B. Sanno.


First Sergeant.


William Chambers.


Quartermaster Sergeant.


E. Franklin Reily.


Commissary Sergeant.


Horace C. Burroughs.


Sergeants.


James Crossgrove.


Samuel A. Denning.


James Fleming.


Jonas Rudy.


Thomas Ellison.
 


Corporals.


Peter Barnhart.


James Alexander.


Ezekiel J. Stewart.


Jacob Keoper.


Jacob H. Beruheisel.


Joseph Kreiger.


Lewis Breyer.


Grafton Fox.


Saddler.


Joseph Weaver.


Privates.


Robert Atkins.


Henry C. Motler.


Benjamin Behm.


John H. Moore.


John F. Bates (prisoner from June 26 to July 26, 1863).


James Manny.


Daniel Bashore.


Daniel 31. McBean.


Samuel Bashore.


James McCartney (prisoner from June 26 to July 26, 1863).


Benjamin Bowman.


Benjamin McCarroll.


Jeremiah Buzzard.


Henry O'Neill.


Gabriel Bathgate.


Thomas Poole.


Richard Buccher.


William Poole.


George E. Beard.


William H. Pratt.


Samuel Bolton.


David A. Patterson.


Benjamin Bents.


Henry C. Pelen (died at Chambers. burg, Pa., Aug. 2, 1863, of wounds received in action).


Charles Bohart,


William H. Rudy.


Benjamin F. Coleman.


Joseph Shearer.


Henry Chambers.


David Slike.


Henry Cessler.


Jacob Stiner (prisoner from June


John Doubert.


26, 1863).


John H. Dean.


Peter Stiner.


George Evans.


William J. Swartz.


David Ellason.


Charles Seiger.


Jacob Fieg (prisoner from June 26 to July 26, 1863).


John Stormfeltz.


John Geyer.


Lewis Speak (prisoner from June 26 to July 26, 1863).


Samuel G. Garman.


Samuel Snyder.


Adam Hertz.


John Sands.


James Irwin (prisoner from June 26 to July 26, 1863).


Benjamin F. Sherwood.


Henry Kepple.


Henry C. Thompson.


Henry Kettering.


Isaac Tomlinson.


Frank B. Kinneard.


Ephraim S. Thomas.


John Kearns.


Frank Vanhagg.


James Karmany (died at

Chambersburg, Pa., Aug. 1, 1863).


Theodore Visser.


James W. Lyon.


Cares Walker.


Thomas S. Laird..


Jackson Wennel.


Amos Lehman.


Joseph C. Wiestling.


Lawrence Monaghan.


Oliver Walker.


James Major.


John Waters.


Benjamin F. Miller.


John A. Young.


TWENTY-SIXTH REGIMENT.

Mustered in June 19 -22, 1863; discharged July 30, 1863.

FIELD AND STAFF.


Colonel.


William W. Jennings.


Major.


Lorenzo L. Greenawalt.


Hospital Steward.


Joseph L. Lemberger.


COMPANY D.


Captain.


James L. Pell.


First Lieutenant.


William H. Jones.


Second Lieutenant.


Edward Miller.


First Sergeants.


John Pottiger.


Benjamin R. Foster.


Sergeants.


Thomas Bitterman.


Samuel Miller.


Isaac Fenton.


Daniel Keeser.


Corporals.


Benjamin Umberger.


Howard Lines.


Michael Hoffman.


Henry Spangler.


Henry S. Matter.


Martin Troutman.


Emanuel Stonewood.
 


Privates.


John Albert.


Daniel Naylor.


Jacob Albert.


William Nash.


George Armstrong.


James -----.


Hiram Bailey.


George Parpet.


Philip Batdorf.


Peter Pell.


Cyrus Bitterman.


Henry Pell.


Hiram Bueck.


Benjamin Russler.


John H. Bluestine.


Obed Reigle.


Jacob F. Ferree.


Andrew Russler.


John Ferguson.


----- Ristinger.


James Ferguson.


Jonas Row.


William Fuller.


David H. Russel.


Cornelius A. Hocklander.


Lewis Shire.


Jonathan Hoffman.


William Snyder.


John W. Hoke.


Israel Snyder.


Samuel B. Heiney.


-----Stevens.


David Israel.


John S. Swigarda.


George Keiser.


Charles H. Sollers.


John F. Karcher.


James Thomas.


Jonas Keiser.


Elias T. Troutman.


William Kendle.


A----- Updegrove.


Richard Knight.


Solomon Updegraff.


Henry Maurer.


Levi Workman.


John Mark.


Arthur Wylie.


Samuel -----.


John W. Wittner.


Martin Mummy.


Oliver Walcot.


Joel Myers.


Edward Zerby.


Jeremiah McCoy.
 


COMPANY E.

Recruited in Lebanon County.

(This roll was accidentally omitted in its proper place.)


Captain.


John C. Brooks.


First Lieutenant.


Lemuel Moyer.


Second Lieutenant.


David S. George.


First Sergeant.


Samuel H. Bentz.


Sergeants.


W.H. Harrison Embich.


Cyrus S. George.


Samuel L. Hughes.


Cyrus Boger.


Corporals.


Mason Weidman.


Lucien B. Warren.


Franklin Byle.


Conrad G. Gerhart.


Jacob C. Redsecker.


Henry C. Grittinger.


Isaac Stout.


Casper Shunk.


Privates.


Jonathan Allwine.


Henry Louden.


Emanuel Biecher.


Henry C. Light.


James T. Brooks.


Edwin Light.


Jonathan Z. Bruce.


Peter B. Louden.


John Brunner.


George Leininger.


Charles W. Beck.


Milton Mark.


Reuben Barto.


Ezra Meyer.


William S. Bordleman.


Milton Maguire.


John Byle.


James H. Moore.


Penrose Barto.


Israel McConnel.


Jacob Coffman.


William McAdam.


Edgar Darrach.


Simon McConnel.


Cyrus Derr.


Edward McGinley.


Anthony W. Dampman.


Robert Nesbit.


Jacob J. Embich.


William Neber.


George Embich.


George Pfleger.


Luther F. Eggers.


Cyrus W. Reinoehl.


William Few.


Jacob Roedel.


Stehman Forney.


Titus H. Rank.


John Fernsler.


Andrew H. Rohrer.


George Gleim.


Cyrus Rentz.


Henry Garrett.


Franklin G. Strickler.


Benjamin F. Garrett.


Henry W. Schuler.


Joseph W. Geary.


Daniel Steinman.


Henry H. Geiger.


Henry J. Schrop.


Daniel B. Holsberger.


Allen Shuey.


Jacob J. Harter.


William C. J. Smith.


Adam A. Hecker.


A. Stanley Ulrich.


David C. Hostetter.


John E. Uhler.


George W. Howard.


W. Morris Weidman.


Ismal Hay.


Armand Weaver.


Isaac Kahle.


Martin Weit.


Franklin Kurtz.


William J. Wentz.


James M. Karmany.


John Wilhelm.


Reuben Krumbine.


Henry K. Yordy.


Jacob W. Kline.


Percival Zimmerman.


Abiah C. Light.
 


COMPANY H.


Captain.


John T. Morgan.


First Lieutenant.


David Reese.


Second Lieutenant.


George H. Manson.


First Sergeant.


Archibald L. Mullin.


Sergeants.


William C. Knighton.


William Brown.


Emanuel R. Sanders.


Joseph R. Dunbar.


Corporals.


John O. Kraber.


Howard Millen.


John C. George.


Dennis Stevens.


Peter Buchanan.


Joseph Taylor.


William McCabe.


Hiram Dunbar.


Privates.


William Able.


Jacob Keys.


George W. Bowman.


John Lewellen.


Daniel Brooks.


John Eingerfield.


Walker Barr.


William Newman.


Joseph Doyle.


Eli River.


Michael Doulin.


Levi Rapp.


Joseph Dunnell.


Abram Ripley.


John Eckart.


Albert Shannon.


Francis Ehrman.


Henry Standerman.


Solomon Eckart.


Gabriel Sunderling.


Horace Fry.


Edward Shoemaker.


George Givier.


Henry Sugars.


John H. George.


Philip Strabauch.


William George.


Jeremiah Stack.


John Hartman.


John Taylor.


Henry Hass.


Charles White.


Henry Jackson.


James Waxier.


David Keys.


Henry Yous.


Daniel Kilheffer.


George Zinn.


Stephen Keys.
 


COMPANY K.


Captain.


Marcius Novinger.


First Lieutenant.


Peter A. Campbell.


Second Lieutenant.


Joseph W. Kepler.


Sergeants.


John H. Luff.


Preston Miller.


Daniel Y. Lenker.


Henry W. Fegiey.


Wilhiam.Bordner.
 


Corporals.


Jeremiah Enterline.


Josiah Cutterman.


Jonathan Klinger.


Jacob F. Hoffman.


Italian J. W. Fox.


Thomas M. Ditty.


Henry F. Boyer.


John J. Rathboon.


Privates.


Charles Bartholomew.


John F. Lerch.


Byron Brock.


Henry H. Longsdorf.


Nathan Barlett.


Brock Morris.


Solomon L. Bean.


Cornelius Martz.


Isaac Culby.


John W. Meck.


Emanuel Deibler.


John J. Miller.


Abraham Dolby.


William Martin.


Jacob Forney.


Perry Miller.


Hiram F. Groff.


Francis Mercer.


W.D. Gruff.


Joseph Poith.


Henry Heininger.


John Roop.


Samuel L. Henry.


Samuel Ricker.


George W. Hinkle.


Jeremiah Swab.


George Huff.


Franklin Sarge.


Lewis Jury.


John S. Spotz.


John W. Jackson.


John Stewart.


Jacob Khinger.


Samuel L. Weist.


Daniel Khinger.


John W. Wingert.


Jacob H. Lenker.


John Wingert.


Isaac Lebo.


Alfred Woodsides.


William F. Lerch.


Smith J. Wisner.


Simon P. Lerch.


Joseph F. Yeager.


INDEPENDENT COMPANY, 1863.

Mustered in June 24, 1863; discharged July 23, 1863.


Captain.


Charles Carson.


First Lieutenant.


Andrew Krause.


Second Lieutenant.


George Prince.


First Sergeant.


David Harris.


Sergeants.


James H. Boyd.


James Porter.


George Zinn.
 


Musician.


David J. Krause.


W. Barr.


Privates.


William Bostick.


J. Martin Lutz.


W. P. Brady.


Edward B. Lytle.


Jacob Bender.


John Maglaughlin.


Henry Beader.


X. Miller.


Aaron Bombaugh.


William B. Martin.


John Barnett.


John Miller.


M. S. Bower.


George McKnight.


Peter Bernheisel, Sr.


John J. McKee.


Leonard G. Cunkle.


Robert W. McClure.


John Care.


William Nolan.


George Cunkle.


John Nunemacher.


John Davis.


Jonah Ogelsby.


Jehu Dehaven.


George Pipes.


A. B. Ellis.


John Richards.


W. F. Fahnestock.


Jacob Reel.


Jacob Fissler.


John Richardson.


David Fleming.


Joseph Roberts.


George First.


Robert A. Rutter.


John Gray.


William Riland.


Samuel Holman.


Allen Sturgeon.


George Hiney.


Christian Shiffler.


John Heisely.


John Shannon.


George J. Heisely.


John Stahl.


Robert Harris.


Daniel Strominger.


Henry Hoon.


John Till.


Valentine Hummel, Jr.


Frederick Uhler.


George W. Harris.


John Vandling.


Thomas J. Harris.


Joseph Weaver.


Absalom Irwin.


Charles Warner.


George Kameron.


Hiram Wilson.


Jacob Kuhn.


Jacob Zarker.


Jacob Long.
 


THIRTY-SIXTH REGIMENT.

Mustered in July 4, 1863; discharged Aug. 11, 1863.


Colonel.


H.C. Alleman.


Quartermaster.


Clement B. Care.


Assistant Surgeon.


Peter J. Roebuck.


Chaplain.


James Robertson.


Hospital Steward.


Silas H. Ahleman.


COMPANY C.


Captain.


Henry O. Witman.


First Lieutenant.


Jonas H. Loudenslager.


Second Lieutenant.


Charles E. Reigel.


First Sergeant.


Henry A. Feagley.


Sergeants.


Joseph B. Landis.


John F. Long.


George Garber.


Philip W. Keiter.


Corporals.


Daniel Witman.


William I. Hershberger.


Henry Kauterman.


Josiah B. Reigel.


George W. Taylor.


Ephraim N. Musser.


Franklin Fiddler.


Henry P. Moyer.


Musicians.


Samuel Shoffstall.


Jeremiah Osman.


Privates.


William Brown.


Jonas Klinger.


Henry C. Brubaker.


Peter Koppenhaver.


John Bellon.


John H. Leiddick.


Samuel Bender.


John J. Loudenslager.


John Bottomstone.


John C. Marsh.


Samuel Blyler.


John W. Metzgar.


Cornelius Bixler.


William H. Meck.


Edward Crabb.


Sylvanus Mayberry.


Solomon Coleman.


Isaac Moyer.


John Core.


John McDivitt.


Peter Crabb.


John E. Nace.


Rudolph H. Dornheim.


Michael O'Neill.


George W. Enders.


Jacob Rice.


William H. Enders.


Henry Rutter.


Isaiah T. Enders.


Samuel Rickert.


Henry Faust.


Samuel Shell.


John hi. Freeburn.


George W. Sheesley.


John F. Good.


George A. Singer.


Henry Giffin.


Joseph Singer.


John Hamilton.


Levi Straw.


David Hebel.


George W. Sweigard.


Isaac Hoffman.


George C. Stoutsbach.


Daniel Harman.


Robert H. Towson.


Henry Hosan.


Emanuel H. Umholtz.


Jacob Heiser.


David Weiss.


Samuel Heppler.


Josiah Welker.


Emanuel A. Kembel.


James hi. Zigler.


Jacob Kissinger.


Joseph Zigler.


William H. Klinger.
 


COMPANY E.


Captain.


Charles D. Wise.


First Lieutenant.


David Hummel, Jr.


Second Lieutenant.


Ephraim B. Cobaugh.


First Sergeant.


Samuel H. Greenawalt.


Sergeants.


Barnard Caley.


Jacob Spittler.


George J. Buser.


Simon P. Rhoada.


Corporals.


Martin B. Wilson.


Albert Hoerner.


Jacob S. Stoner.


Peter Hoerner.


James E. Saltzer.


Adam H. Shope.


Martin P. Nissley.


Otto Smedley.


Musicians.


Christian Hummel.


Joseph B.F. Hummel.


Private.


Henry Aungst.


Noah Moyer.


Abraham Baum.


Michael Moyer.


Jacob H. Baisbaugh.


William K. Miller.


Phares Brown.


Jacob Manning.


John Bishop.


Daniel H. Ney.


Michael Bowers.


Martin L. Nissley.


Peter S. Blessing.


Amos L. Rhoads.


David Eby.


Jacob Rheinhart.


Felix B. Fishborn.


Elias Rhodes.


Daniel B. Fishborn.


John Rose.


Edward Frantz.


Joseph B. Rhau.


Joshua B. Feeser.


Abraham Shitz.


Solomon hi. Hummel.


Danie1 Schaffner.


John B. Hoverter.


Joseph W. Swartz.


Samuel K. Henry.


Anthony Slimback.


John S. Harvey.


Israel Spotts.


John J. Hoerner.


Adam Shuey.


Samuel Hardy.


John H. Shuey.


John H. Hershey.


David Stuckler.


Francis Hall.


David hi. Smeltzer.


Charles P. Irwin.


Henry Spring.


Levi Jack.


Amos Smith.


Adam Landis.


Israel Tennis.


Joseph K. Landis.


Henry Walmer.


Moses K. Lane.


Warren D. Weikel.


Jacob Logan.


Jacob Weitmer.


David S. Longnecker.


Bernard Yenget.


John K. Longnecker.


Moses A. Yengst.


Amos. L. Miller.


William C. Zeiter.


Michael B. Moyer.
 


COMPANY G.


Captain.


Levi Wells.


First Lieutenant.


Henry Lebo.


Second Lieutenant.


John Earley.


First Sergeant.


John H. May.


Sergeants.


John G. Taylor.


Daniel Cahoe.


Abner Wood.


Jacob Strickler.


Corporals.


Justus H. Lewis.


Thomas Yeager.


Joseph H. Taylor.


Elias Shepler.


Austin A. Kenney.


William H. Rouch.


Bebee W. Wood.


Jacob Rought.


Musicians.


Benjamin Lingle.


Alfred Cummings.


Privates.


Henry Ackley.


Francis Maxfield.


Jacob Albert.


John Marts.


Elijah Adams.


Frank Montgomery.


Daniel Batdorf.


Edmund H. Miller.


Elias Buck.


Burton Montgomery.


John Beeman.


Thomas McCord.


Russell Barrowcleff.


Emanuel C. Ney.


Cereno Barrowcleff.


Jonathan Ney.


Henry L. Cassell.


James Owens.


Almond Dexter.


David B. Pottinger.


Burton Edwards.


John Pipes.


Alexander Frantz.


William Parker.


Herman C. Fairchild.


Amos Perkey.


Daniel Granger.


Almond L. Pepper.


Aaron Gingrich.


Noah Rhodes.


John C. Gingrich.


John G. Rider.


William Greek.


William Roads.


Nathaniel Gariss.


David Shope.


George W. Hoover.


William Smith.


Samuel Hess.


Edwin L. Sturdevant.


John H. Hoofnagle.


Horace P. Seeley.


William L. Holly.


Elijah Stout.


Prank Jacoby.


Benjamin Taylor.


James A. Keeney.


Burton Wakeley.


Peter Killinger.


Henry Walmer.


Amos Long.


Michael Walters.


William Lingle.


John W. Zimmerman.


William A. Lewis.


Henry Zeidars.


ROLL OP COMPANY D, THIRTY-SEVENTH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA. Mustered in July 1 -15, 1863; discharged Aug. 2, 3, 4, 1863. Raised in Dauphin County.


Captain.


George W. Newman.


First Lieutenant.


Cornelius M. Shell.


Second Lieutenant.


Lawson Calman.


First Sergeant.


Joseph Saul.


Sergeants.


David Hepford.


William Putt.


Philip Worley.


Daniel Pottiger.


Corporals.


Jerome Lingle.


Benjamin Urich.


John Shuffler.


George Weitzel.


Augustus Brown.


John H. Harper.


William Leidy.


Andrew A. Hoke.


Musician.


William Grishaber.


Privates.


William Atticks.


Levi W. Kurtz.


Martin C. Atticks.


George Kriner.


William M. Anderson.


John Kriner.


Andrew Brightbill.


Jacob Keener.


Jonas Books.


Henry C. Lutz.


Peter Bidler.


David Louch.


Adam H. Bicker.


William Louch.


John Bair.


Charles McCarroll.


Joseph H. Crauson.


Charles Miller.


Hanson Clevestine.


Jacob A. Nissley.


James Daringer.


Michael O'Neal.


William Daub.


George Pottiger.


John H. Davis.


Philip W. Reichart.


John W. Davis.


John H. Saul.


James Elliots.


David A. Smart.


Jacob Ewalt.


Jacob Sipe.


Henry Flory.


George Shoop.


George Fox.


Samuel Shoop.


David Folts.


Frederick J. Smith.


Robert Fertig.


Joseph Spayd.


George Gladwell.


John A. Smith.


William Hartz.


James D. Snow.


George Hepford.


Jonathan Wenrich.


D.B. Hoffman.


Frederick Wenrich.


Andrew Hanshue.


George Wenrich.


Samuel Hart.


Andrew Woodall.


Reuben N. Hoke.


John A. Zarker.


William Harman.


George S. Zorger.


INDEPENDENT CAVALRY.

Mustered in July 15, 1864; discharged Oct. 29, 1864.

Raised in Dauphin County.


Captain.


Edward B. Sanno.


First Lieutenant.


Samuel C. Wiestling.


Second Lieutenant.


Charles C. Brown.


First Sergeant.


George E. Sherwood.


Sergeants.


John M. Young.


William H. Dehaven.


William Bombaugh.


Charles Cremer.


George Beirman.


John A. Sands.


John P. Bradway.
 


Corporals.


Charles Sollers.


John Kirk.


Edward Feeney.


Benjamin P. Behm.


Philip Rogers.


John Dean.


Prank B. Kinneard.


Jesse M. Hipple.


Privates.


Harvey Banford.


George G. McFadden.


Michael A. Buchor.


Jeremiah Nipple.


Emory Bair.


Charles Neuman.


William D. Barr.


Elisha B. Osler.


Evan P. Baily.


Charles B. Pugh.


Jesse Briggs.


Rankin C. Potts.


John Cayley.


William H. Rudy.


David A. Cathcart.


Reuben Roth.


Howard W. Clark.


Reuben S. Reed.


Almeron Chapman.


John Rinehart.


William Evans.


John W. Shortlidge.


David F. English.


Hiram H. Shorts.


Michael Fenstenmacher.


William F. Sheaffer.


Charles Forrest.


John Stoufer.


David F. Forney.


Walter R. Scott.


John Great.


Emanuel hi. Schnerer.


Robert M. Grey.


Thomas S. Shorts.


Henry S. Grove.


Samuel F. Shoop.


Henry H. Hensner.


William M. Strine.


Seymour Hubbell.


John H. Surf.


James Harry.


William F. Snyder.


Jacob M. Hoover.


John M. Snavely.


William M. Hartman.


Edward H. Swisher.


William Hartman.


Samuel M. Spees.


Crull M. Hays.


Alfred Toland.


Winslow S. Jones.


George A. Trone.


John Johnson.


Harry C. Thompson.


Calvin B. Johnson (died at Chambersburg, Pa., Oct. 12, 1864).


George Thomas.


Lewis F. Kraft.


Lewis A. Trone.


Elnathan P. Lear.


George B. Vansandt.


Owen Millhouse.


Marshal H. Winebrenner.


David Mutzbaugh.


Philip Weaver.


Henry C. Matter.


Robert M. Wright.


Isaac Milliken.


George S. Wilford.


Jesse B. Miller.


William H. Wilson.


Milton T. McGuire.


Henry Whitmoyer.


Charles McMurray.


Nathan Walp.
 

Daniel Yinger.





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