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Fifth Regiment, Company F

5th Regiment
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Recruited in Schuylkill Haven, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 20, 1861
Scott Artillery
5th Regiment, Co. F

Francis B. Medler

First Lieutenant
Thomas K. Mills

Second Lieutenant
Daniel F. Burkert

First Sergeant
U. Henry Bast

Second Sergeant
B. Franklin Quinn

Third Sergeant

Charles R. Guerther

Fourth Sergeant
Frank D. Koch

First Corporal
John K. Worts

Second Corporal
William Hendricks

Third Corporal
John W. Bassler

Fourth Corporal
Joseph Morgan

Henry Drey
George Schreck

Anman, Reuben
Armbrister, Samuel
Becker, Lafayette
Betsler, Clement
Boyer, Michael
Blanche, Edward
Bowers, Joseph
Burns, Valentine
Bickley, Charles
Christ, Jacob
Conway, William
Cross, Noah
Coho, John W.
Coller, Edward
Dampman, John
Emrick, Benjamin
Freshley, Jacob
Gray, Samuel
Hoffman, Daniel
Heffner, Henry
Huntzinger, John
Hair, William
Hehn, Hiram
Hehn, Jacob
Hoffe, Daniel
Hiney, William
Johnson, Michael
Krisel, John
Krahberger, Frederick
Kissinger, Adam
Klock, William
Knarr, Henry
Knarr, Charles
Logan, Patrick
Miller, George
Martz, Samuel
Mattson, David
Mennig, Jacob L.
Masser, George W.
Moroney, William
Martz, John B.
Mennig, Edward W.
Mennig, William H.
McLaird, James
Muttle, Oliver
Oswalt, Charles
Polley, John
Randenbush, Charles
Rupp, Joseph
Reber, Jonathan
Renard, Daniel
Reed, George
Sheriff, Jacob
Sheck, Paul
Sheck, Frederick
Saylor, John F.
Snauble, John
Shadle, William
Strasser, J.
Urner, Henry P.
Wright, John B.
Wise, Franklin
Wenthing, John
Weber, John L.

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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