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Fifth Regiment, Company H

5th Regiment
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Recruited in Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 20, 1861
Union Light Infantry
5th Regiment, Co. G



Captain
Franklin M. Cooley

First Lieutenant
Thomas S. Brenholtz

Second Lieutenant
Charles Parker

First Sergeant
Henry A. Flickinger

Second Sergeant
James R. Boyer

Third Sergeant
William D. Clemens

Fourth Sergeant
Howard Potts

First Corporal
John R. Stettler

Second Corporal
Joseph Goodhad

Third Corporal
Madison Sutlade

Fourth Corporal
William E. Van Reed

Musician
John Reed
Theodore Hertman

Privates
Andy, Jacob
Aker, Theodore
Anthony, Henry
Baxter, Matthew
Banon, William
Clouser, Peter
Cleaveland, Henry
Doebler, Aaron
Devin, Robert
Eisenbise, John B.
Ely, James
Engleman, Julius A.
Finkbone, Peter
Fox, Elias
Homan, Reuben
Haines, George
Homan, Hiram B.
Hogan, Daniel
Hell, Jacob
High, William
Hetrick, John
Hummel, Lewis
Hebit, Richard
Johnson, John H.
Keen, John A.
Korfkowoski, Julius W.
Kessinger, James W.
Killner, George J.
Killner, Aaron E.
Lottz, Henry A.
Lott, Henry
Lancaster, John
Lottz, Michael E.
Lutz, John
McDonough, Charles
Morris, Isaac D.
McKnable, Samuel G.
Meck, John
Moore, Daniel
Neider, Harrison
Nagle, Joseph
Noll, Peter
O'Reilly, John
Phillips, William
Quigg, William
Rambo, John W.
Rapp, Henry
Reifsnyder, Frank E.
Shafer, Elias
Seiders, John W.
Smith, John
Stettler, Henry
Shaeffer, George
Stoltz, John
Saunders, Charles
Schroffler, Henry
Ulrich, William
Vergees, William
Weidner, John
Weidner, William
Weidner, Daniel M.
Wright, Aaron S.
Wright, John K.
Young, Edward

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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