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Fifth Regiment, Company A

5th Regiment
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Recruited in Allegheny City, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 20, 1861
State Guards
5th Regiment, Co. A

George W. Dawson

First Lieutenant
Josephus Hepseley

Second Lieutenant
Washington Swein

First Sergeant
Jackson Scott

Second Sergeant
Jacob J. Grubbs

Third Sergeant
Lee W. Stevens

Fourth Sergeant
John C. Ridgway

First Corporal
John J. Weis

Second Corporal
Samuel F. Bitts

Third Corporal
Joseph Huck

Fourth Corporal
Herman Ohember

Mathew R. Jeffries
John Kane

Aundt, Albert
Ahling, William H.
Assue, Charles
Aughenbaugh, John
Buchanan, David
Belle, David
Becktel, William
Bennett, Peter
Cremmer, Eli
Chess, John A.
Cupps, Samuel
Cruchbough, John
Deimer, Aaron
Debzidt, Joseph
Dyer, Cyrus
Dougherty, George W.
Eckey, August
Flag, Thomas E.
Flag, Charles S.
Freeborn, Taylor
Field, Thomas D.
Feedee, John
Fosnought, John
Fox, John H.
Foltz, Henry F.
Good, Henry H.
Harper, William
Hyde, Rudolph
Hen, Hubbard
Johnison, John L.
Klous, Frederick
Lithgrow, George W.
Lawhead, John B.
Myers, John C.
Manson, Frederick
Mellerous, Michael
Milligan, James
Martin, Thomas
Mullin, David M.
McDowell, James
McDarmouth, Thomas
McHenry, Daniel
Norton, Thomas
Nevergold, Henry J.
Newsbeum, Valentine
Nicholas, John
Oliphand, Thomas
Oliphand, John
Peters, John E.
Parker, Thomas
Reader, Albert
Ruch, George
Stein, William
Shawbridge, George W.
Stern, Israel B.
Snyder, Michael
Spaniel, Edward
Swindells, David
Sigmon, Theodore
Small, John
Steinberger, James
Ulrich, Andrew
Williams, John
Walshe, A. James
Winaler, John
Winegardner, Joseph
Wiley, W. Ennors

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.

John Yaudes is not included in Bates' History of Pennsylvania Volunteers , however his tombstone reads: "John Yaudes Born 1829, died 1890, 5th Pennsylvania Volunteer Regiment." He is buried in Askey Cemetery, Moshannon, PA in Centre County. His regiment is unknown. Civil War Databases

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