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Second Regiment, Company B

2nd Regiment
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Recruited in Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 20, 1861
Mustered out July 24, 1861
2nd Regiment, Co. B

Captain
Doebler, John bio

1st Lieutenant
Miles, George bio

2nd Lieutenant
Welsh, George W.

1st Sergeant
Rodes, Benjamin

2nd Sergeant
Landis, Alexander C.

3rd Sergeant
Thomas, Joseph

4th Sergeant
Cook, George

1st Corporal
Melvin, Harry

2nd Corporal
Hoffman, D.L.

3rd Corporal
McCauley, Hary

4th Corporal
Brown, Porter J.

Musician
Ackerman, Peter
Stoner, John,
Private
Aker, William
Borland, James
Brotherton, H.R.
Baker, George W.
Bryson, John W.
Cordes, Harry
Coleman, Lawson
Dorty, Peter
Dailey, George W.
Elser, John
Fisher, John
Forney, Emanuel H.
Flack, Alexander
Fentiman, William
Frederick, John N.
Gipe, Franklin
Hardy, Samuel
Hardy, Isaac
Harmony, Michael
Hicks, John
Hershberger, John
Hazelett, William T.
Heneberger, William
Hutton, Harrison
Jones, Charles
Jones, John
Kline, Frank
King, John
Ladd, Julius C.
Lowman, Martin
Martin, I.H.
McGeehan, James
Moore, Robert M.
McCurdy, Alexander
McLaughlin, Edward G.
Monath, Edward
McGuigan, A.C.
Prosser, Alexander
Perrie, Jeremiah
Pence, William H.
Pence, John
Riley, Dennis
Ridgeley, John
Spence, Hamilton
Seabrooks, George
Stratton, Theophilus
Swuninska, John
Smith, Jeremiah
Seabrooks, Henry
Snively, Lark
Smith, Robert
Shanebrook, Charles
Shearer, Walker
Smith, John W.
Snider, Peter A.I.
Smith, William T.
Snider, Peter
Shoemaker, Samuel
Uglow, Samuel
White, John S.

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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