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Fifth Regiment, Company G

5th Regiment
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Recruited in Lebanon, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 20, 1861
Lebanon Guards
5th Regiment, Co. G


Captain
John Ulrich

First Lieutenant
John P. Ely

Second Lieutenant
William M. Misseman

First Sergeant
Henry S. Roebuck

Second Sergeant
Jacob L. Ely

Third Sergeant
Lorenzo L. Darr

Fourth Sergeant
John B. Embich

First Corporal
Henry Schwartz

Second Corporal
George K. Hess

Third Corporal
John C. Lascomb

Fourth Corporal
Jacob Embick

Musician
Abner W. Hartman
W. H. H. Embick

Privates
Allevein, Frank P.
Boyer, Benjamin
Bechtold, Thomas
Beddinger, Joseph
Boyer, Jacob
Bolton, Amos S.
Beamanderfer, John H.
Brower, Jacob
Bowman, Joseph
Bowman, Levi S.
Brooks, John C.
Bealitz, Russel W.
Chinworth, George M.
Carpenter, Aaron S.
Carpenter, Frank
Corl, Abraham
Donavan, Michael
Doederline, August
Dubb, John
Daugherty, Joseph U.
Focht, John A.
Focht, George W.
Gilbert, Samuel W.
Garret, Levi
Gerhard, John P.
Hughes, Samuel L.
Hummel, Frederick
Hornafuss, Cyrus
Holsberg, Daniel B.
Heisey, John H.
Knier, Henry L.
Kennedy, Patrick
Keppley, Levi
Koch, William
Long, John
Lascomb, Samuel W.
Leisey, John H.
McMichael, James A.
McConnel, Casper
McKnight, Adam
Mellinger, George W.
McLain, Thomas
McKnight, Philip
McNair, Milton
Marguart, John A.
Robison, Peter
Rosenberger, Cyrus
Rogers, John E.
Ramsey, Uriah
Rogers, Edmund R.
Ramsey, William H.
Rise, John
Rise, Henry G.
Steiner, Edwin
Shoop, Joseph
Snyder, Andrew
Strohm, Joseph J. B.
Seabolt, John H.
Shindle, John
Shay, Isaac E.
Schnott, William
Urich, William
Whitmoyer, Frederick
Wagner, William

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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