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First Regiment, Company C

1st Regiment
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Recruited in Easton, Northampton County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 20, 1861
Mustered out July 24, 1861
Easton Invincibles
1st PA Regiment, Co. C

William H. Armstrong

First Lieutenant
Robert Ramsden

Second Lieutenant
Charles H. Yard

First Sergeant
Lawrence Bonstein

Second Sergeant
William H. Weaver

Third Sergeant
Samuel Stewart

Fourth Sergeant
Webanus Weisbach

First Corporal
William B. Metler

Second Corporal
Emanuel R. Shelling

Third Corporal
Edward Wortley

Fourth Corporal
Daniel Laubach

William A. Hickman
Joseph Young

Arndt, George W.
Arnold, Charles
Barnet, Charles
Broadbach, John
Bitters, Richard Ney
Bull, Jonathan
Billings, John P.
Colbath, George
Carey, Daniel J.
Callahan, John
Colbath, William
Cyphers, George E.
Cook, John
Diehl, George A.
Drew, Samuel W.
Freyant, George H.
Gross, Stephen
Green, John S.
Gans, Owen
Gephart, Edwin
Heath, David
Hafford, Alvin
Huber, Henry
Ohrie, James
Kichline, Martin
Knauss, Martin B.
Kilkerry, Thomas
Kline, William H.
Lesher, Charles H.
Lynd, John
Moser, Lawrence
Myers, Isaac M.
Moyer, Henry
Moyer, Benjamin F.
Moser, Philip L.
Mowry, Francis
Murray, John
Merwarth, Bernard
Miller, Henry
Paxson, Samuel
Pharo, William
Rustay, Jacob
Rongay, Joseph
Sigman, George W.
Snyder, John G.
Stultz, William H.
Smith, Peter
Simons, Perry
Schlegel, Charles
Shelling, Richard
Shelling, Augustus
Stiles, Isaac
Troxell, Daniel
Tilton, James P.
Van Campen, James
Vogel, Joseph
Weidel, Owen John
Weller, John D.
Weiss, Augustus
Wyker, William
Weber, Josiah
Wagener, George W.
Wolfran, William
Wolfran, John

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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