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Fifth Regiment, Company D

5th Regiment
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Recruited in Huntingdon, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 21, 1861
Standing Stone Guards
5th Regiment, Co. D

Benjamin F. Miller

First Lieutenant
George F. McCabe

Second Lieutenant
James D. Campbell

First Sergeant
Addison J. Moore

Second Sergeant
John S. Campbell

Third Sergeant
William H. Fleuner

Fourth Sergeant
George W. Simpson

First Corporal
James McCahans

Second Corporal
Robert B. Smith

Third Corporal
William S. Westbrook

Fourth Corporal
George W. Cypher

A. Buoy Kinney
Edwin W. Thomas

Barrick, Jacob
Black, George A.
Bradley, John W.
Cannan, John
Coder, William B.
Clark, Jacob S.
Couch, W. A. B.
Clark, Alfred
Cullison, John
Cunningham, J. D.
Deffenbach, Samuel S.
De Armet, John
Donahoo, John
Deeter, John A.
Dean, George W.
Estep, William
Fink, John
Fleck, Augustus
Forshey, Henry
Gibb, John
Glazier, William H.
Gilliland, John W.
Gilliland, William D.
Harvey, George W.
Hoffman, John
Keegan, Thomas
Lytle, John M.
Long, William H.
Montgomery, George W.
McFarland, Theodore
Miller, W. A.
McCabe, Edward
McMurtrie, Samuel M.
McMurtrie, James
McGee, Charles W.
Mangle, Adam
McCall, Jacob
McKean, James
McAllister, Alfred
Miller, Adam P.
Nash, E. K.
Prim, William H.
Rinard, Samuel
Ronlett, James
Staubs, Nathaniel
Shaw, William H.
Stamm, John
Stevens, William
Sturtsman, William
Steel, Jacob
Shaffer, Peter
Sneath, George
Souder, John
Sneath, Richard
Thompson, Robert E.
Tobias, Calvin
Thompson, Joseph H.
Vandevender, M. M.
Williams, B. Franklin
Wagoner, William H.
White, Anthony
Wise, William H.

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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