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Fifth Regiment, Company E

5th Regiment
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Recruited in Minersville, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 20, 1861
Minersville Artillerists
5th Regiment, Co. E

William Hower

First Lieutenant
George W. Brumm

Second Lieutenant
Daniel Freiler

First Sergeant
Franklin C. Bender

Second Sergeant
Daniel P. McElroy

Third Sergeant
Condy Fury

Fourth Sergeant
Philip Wernest

First Corporal
William Wensel

Second Corporal
Jacob Pauley

Third Corporal

John Carr

Fourth Corporal
Michael Foley


Samuel Achebach
James H. Devan

Andrews, Elispa
Bamarick, Michael
Bissicommer, John
Brannee, John L.
Brennan, Thomas
Brown, Thomas S.
Berger, John Henry
Carroll, John
Condran, Michael
Devlin, Michael
Donahoe, John
Diehl, William
Duff, John
Ehni, Adam
Falls, Charles F.
Foley, John
Ferguson, Edward
Grover, Sebastian
Gearhart, Charles
Gier, Jacob
Godshall, Adam
Gullung, Philip
Gehver, John
Haas, Jacob
Hummel, Daniel
Holze, William
Kline, Frederick
Kenady, William
Laubach, Mathias
Levens, William
Levens, Thomas
Leitenberger, Henry
McGlinn, Patrick
Morgan, Michael
McGovern, Patrick
McManamen, James
Maingay, Robert A.
Murphy, Thomas
Murphy, William
Mohan, Philip
Megee, John
Martin, Daniel
McGuire, Patrick
McGee, Patrick
McDonach, Patrick
Nixon, Thomas
O'Donald, James
Porter, James
Pugh, Morgan
Reed, Edward A.
Ridley, George
Reamer, George
Reed, John
Reese, Thomas
Smith, Henry
Smith, Joseph
Seiber, Frederick
Stokes, William C.
Tunkinson, Joseph
Weaver, Thomas J.
Weitzenigger, Charles
Welsh, William J.
Welsh, William
Williams, Thomas

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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