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First Regiment, Company G

1st Regiment
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Recruited in Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 20, 1861
Mustered out July 24, 1861
Reading Artillery
1st Regiment, Co. G

George W. Alexander

First Lieutenant
William A. H. Lewis

Second Lieutenant
Thomas M. Richards

First Sergeant
William McNael

Second Sergeant
William Eisenhower

Third Sergeant
Patrick Bloomfield

Fourth Sergeant

Samuel G. Boone

First Corporal
Diller B. Groff

Second Corporal
Daniel Kelly

Third Corporal
George Ashenfelter

Fourth Corporal
Henry Beckhart

Richard H. Fisher
Daniel H. Snyder

Andrews, William H.
Acker, David L.
Boyle, Charles
Boland, John
Bechtel, Allen
Becker, Henry
Becker, Jacob K.
Briner, Charles A.
Boyer, Jacob N.
Boger, George W.
Benson, Philip
Body, Elijah F.
Clark, James A.
Connelly, John
Coxell, William
Clark, William H.
Clark, Samuel K.
Davis, Charles H.
Dougherty, William F.
Eisenhower, James
Eyrich, Thomas T.
Eisenhower, Charles
Fix, Harrison
Fox, William S.
Goodhart, Henry
Graff, George
Golden, Charles A., Jr.
Gay, Nathaniel
Gabriel, Jacob
Grossier, Henry
Hasson, Michael
Harper, J. Brooke
Holland, Patrick
Heckler, Charles A.
Hafer, Daniel E.
Krause, William D.
Leedom, George W.
Leran, Wellington
Linderman, George F.
Miller, Isaiah
Morris, DeWitt Clinton
Muhlenberg, Frank P.
McMichael, George W.
Miller, William
Nagle, Charles D.
Nagle, Albert
Row, William G.
Reeser, Henry S.
Reigel, Jacob R.
Reilly, William
Rhoads, Percival
Reed, James H.
Rummel, George
Strawbridge, William
Stieff, John D.
Sheridan, Albert
Summons, Henry A.
Setley, Joel
Shine, John
Strahle, Conrad
Teed, James E.
Toole, Robert
Van Reed, Mabury
Witman, John F.
Yeager, George F.

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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