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First Regiment, Company D

1st Regiment
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Recruited in Easton, Northampton County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 20, 1861
Mustered out July 24, 1861
Scott Guards
1st PA Regiment, Co. D

Charles Heckman

First Lieutenant
James F. Thompson

Second Lieutenant
William H. Able

First Sergeant
Joseph Oliver

Second Sergeant
Henry Arndt

Third Sergeant
William A. Bachman

Fourth Sergeant
Calvin Pardee

First Corporal
Edward S. Carrell

Second Corporal
Flavius G. Arrowsmith

Third Corporal
Augustus Stewart

Fourth Corporal
Benjamin H. Hillman

Erwin Hartsell

Adams, Samuel
Attel, Amandus
Alsover, Jabez
Andrews, John
Bowman, John W.
Blane, William
Bowers, Joseph
Boyd, Thomas
Brodie, James T.
Cooper, Jeremiah
Clymer, Isaac C.
Diehl, George E.
Delaney, Matthew
Emmons, Samuel I.
Finster, Edward
Finster, Alfred
Ferguson, James
Gallaghan, Edward B.
Gangwer, John I.
Heintzelman, Samuel I.
Hubbell, Frank A.
Huber, David W.
Hoyt, Alexander W.
Hawk, Jacob A.
Hulsizer, James E.
Hammer, Christian
Hulsizer, Silas
Hagerman, Wilson I.
Hixson, William C.
Horn, Luther
Innes, Henry
Ihrie, Joseph
Kichline, David E.
Lane, Adam H.
Levers, John I.
Levers, Charles P.
Meldrum, James B.
Mattes, Frederick C.
Meyer, Charles
McDonald, Patrick
Morrell, Lewis
Oberly, George M.
Pace, William H.
Phillips, Robert R.
Raub, Abraham A.
Reese, Robert
Richard, Philip
Ricketts, Thomas P.
Reese, George
Smith, William A.
Sloan, John P. B.
Seip, William H.
Shouse, Edward A.
Shaffer, George H.
Seip, Henry N.
Stele, Albert
Snyder, Thomas
Simons, James
Troxell, Theodore
Troxell, David E.
Wagner, Thomas
Young, Abraham K.

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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