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Fourth Regiment, Company H

4th Regiment
Additional Companies, Bios, Organization & Service


Recruited in Bellefonte, Centre County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 20, 1861
Mustered out July 21, 1861
4th Regiment, Co. H


Captain
Austin B. Snyder

1st Lieutenant
William H. Blair

2d Lieutenant
William L. Raphile

1st Sergeant
James Hughes

2nd Sergeant
Evan R. Goodfellow

3rd Sergeant
John S. Boell

4th Sergeant
Joseph A. Clark

1st Corporal
William C. Davis

2nd Corporal
James Dowling

3rd Corporal
Charles Glenn

4th Corporal
Lemuel B. Holt

Musicians
George Young
Emory Hutton

Privates
Frederick T. Antes
James G. Anderson
Thomas Ammerman
James Barger
Philip Beadley
Constance Barger
Levi Bowers
John Barger
Edward Bland
Simeon Barthurst
George Cox
James B. Curtin
William Clark
Alexander Drawker
Andrew Doyle
Edward Dowling
Abram E. Eminheiser
George Funk
John Fink
Charles Fell
Joseph Funk
George W. Garner
Robert Hinton
John F. Hollahan
Samuel Huey
Roland C. Hollabaugh
Thomas B. Hamilton
James Hayes
Thomas Holt
John C. Henry
Abraham Harshberger
Stanley Keyes
George H. Kniceley
Ira Knoll
James Kulp
Henry Kenngott
Jacob Lehr
Michael Laughlin
Richard Miles
Samuel L. Miller
Hugh Martin
William I. Mackey
Frank Mullin
James E. McCartney
William McLenahan
David H. Paisons
Daniel Powers
James Powers
Daniel Sweyers
Henry Sands
John Swiler
Augustus T. Schnell
William H. Shultz
William Shirk
Windell Swerd
Commodore P. Steel
Edward Spears
Joseph Shelby
Henry Twitmire
Calvin Waltz
John A. Wilson
William Wilson
George E. Wyland
William W. Wetsler

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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