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First Regiment, Company B

1st Regiment
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Recruited in Easton, Northampton County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 20, 1861
Mustered out July 24, 1861
Citizen's Artillery
1st PA Regiment, Co. B

Jacob Dachradt

First Lieutenant
Godfrey Mutchler

Second Lieutenant
Charles Eichman

First Sergeant
James F. Meyers

Second Sergeant
Jacob F. Rafferty

Third Sergeant
Andrew Burt

Fourth Sergeant
Samuel H. Barnes

First Corporal
Edward Cook

Second Corporal
Max Weeks

Third Corporal
G. William Barrow

Fourth Corporal
John H. Burch

Samuel Burch
William H. Ginnerd

Bixler, John A.
Bigley, Solomon
Bittenbender, John W.
Benner, John
Bassett, Jacob
Barnes, Gideon A.
Bloeckley, Edwin D.
Bitzner, Lawrence
Church, Pulaski M.
Dachrodt, John A.
Darmer, Paul
Dittler, Jacob N.
Davis, William D.
Everetts, John
Eichman, William
Frountfelter, Levi
Fargo, James G.
Ginnerd, Joseph A.
Gardner, Abraham
Hay, Andrew I.
Hay, John Q.
Hineline, Daniel E.
Hill, Hennan
Hetzell, John
Huble, Frederick W.
Hahn, George H.
Hartzell, William
Imick, Charles
Kromer, William H.
Kromer, Lewis F.
Kemmerer, Edgar
Lerch, John S.
Lynn, F.
Levers, Joseph
Moser, James P.
Moritz, William H.
Michler, Peter S.
Myers, Joseph S.
Purser, John
Rodgers, Andrew
Rinker, Franklin
Rinek, Jacob
Ricker, John W.
Shetter, Charles P.
Smith, Maximillian
Schortz, Charles
Schweb, Frederick
Schaffer, Samuel
Schook, Amandes
Savitz, Joseph W.
Singer, J. Lewis
Smith, William
Schmitzer, William
Smith, Edward O.
Schlubach, Reuben
Smith, Valentine
Snyder, William F.
Steer, William
Templin, William A.
Troxell, William E.
Ziegenfuss, William I.

Source: Bates, Samuel P. (Samuel Penniman), 1827-1902.: History of Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-5; prepared in compliance with acts of the legislature, by Samuel P. Bates. Civil War Databases

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