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First Regiment, Company H

1st Regiment
Additional Companies, Bios, Organization & Service

Recruited in Easton, Northampton County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 21, 1861
Mustered out July 24, 1861
National Guards
1st Regiment, Co. H

Ferdinand W. Bell

First Lieutenant
Jacob G. Barnett

Second Lieutenant
George L. Fried

First Sergeant
John V. Fried

Second Sergeant
James McGloin

Third Sergeant
Robert Burrell

Fourth Sergeant
Augustus Heller

First Corporal
Robert Ballentine

Second Corporal
William Osterstock

Third Corporal
Daniel Phillipe

Fourth Corporal
William Diehl

Arnold, Charles
Buck, John H.
Buckley, Samuel
Batey, Benjamin
Beers, Silas
Barnett, James
Barnett, John S.
Buck, James P.
Buller, George
Bender, Edward
Bryson, James
Burel, George
Bittner, John
Bulmen, Edward
Ballentine, James
Clifton, John L.
Daley, Henry A.
Dew, Benjamin
Dingler, John
Elliot, Charles
Fraunfelder, Samuel
Freyberger, Jacob
Frey, George
Ginginger, Frank
Gosner, Charles A.
Haines, John B.
Hutton, George
Hutton, David
Harmeny, Joseph
Hoit, James M.
Kinsey, Charles
King, Peter
Levan, Charles A.
Moor, Samuel
Moor, John
Meeker, John W.
Mosey, Alexander
Mellich, William S.
McGlaughlin, Joseph
Miller, John S.
Miller, Ervin
Neigh, Samuel
Nicholas, George
Pittinger, Henry
Phillipe, Solomon
Randolph, John
Snyder, William L.
Seip, Richard
Snyder, Frank
Saunt, Samuel
Sunderland, George
Seals, Eaw
Tronzo, Samuel
Unaugst, William H.
Williams, Richard
Wilking, William
West, John C.
Ward, Adam
Weaver, Thomas
Weiss, Reuben
Wilson, John B.
Wykoff, Charles

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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