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First Regiment, Company F

1st Regiment
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Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 18, 1861
Mustered out July 24, 1861
Lancaster Fencibles
1st PA Regiment, Co. F


Captain
Emlen Franklin

First Lieutenant
Michael H. Locher

Second Lieutenant
James P. Dysart

First Sergeant
David Miles

Second Sergeant

John Druckamiller

Third Sergeant
Charles Heitshu

Fourth Sergeant
John J. Hartman

First Corporal
George Musser

Second Corporal
Andrew McGinnis

Third Corporal
John P. Deiker

Fourth Corporal
William W. Hess

Privates
Atlee, William A.
Altick, Joseph
Ball, Ambrose
Baer, Samuel C.
Baer, Andrew
Biggs, Henry C.
Bowman, Joseph
Boring, Edward
Bair, David, Jr.
Blickensderfer, William
Chamberlain, John B.
Conn, Benjamin
Connor, John
Cross, John F.
Coyle, Michael
Duncan, William
Dustman, William
Duchman, Jacob S.
Derby, George W.
Eicholtz, Andrew
Eberman, Edward
Felter, Hannan
Greiner, Michael
Gundaker, Emanuel
Gerke, Herman L.
Hager, Edward
Hartman, William H.
Hubley, Chester S.
Haldeman, Clifford C.
Hayes, Charles E.
Hogendobler, John
Holbrook, Samuel S.
Jack, George W.
Kuhn, William
Leibley, Andrew
Markley, Samuel B.
Murphy, William W.
Meyers, Edward
Miller, David J.
McGonigal, John T.
Musselman, Samuel
Madden, John, Jr.
McCaskey, William S.
Ober, Benjamin H.
Powell, John
Pesterly, George
Rowe, Samuel W.
Rote, William T.
Redsecker, James F.
Rote, Henry D.
Rote, John
Rife, William P.
Strine, James B.
Stevens, Thaddeus, Jr.
Schenk, Rudolph W.
Swentzel, Henry F.
Steigerwalt, Samuel C.
Snyder, Jacob K.
Strickler, Wilson
Springer, John A.
Stubbs, John T.
Tredwell, James B.
Tumey, James
Witmer, Henry C.

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.






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