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Sixth Regiment, Company B

6th Regiment
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Recruited in Port Carbon, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 22, 1861
Port Clinton Artillery
6th Regiment, Co. B

Captain
Daniel B. Kauffman

First Lieutenant
George F. Shillinger

Second Lieutenant
Oliver C. Hatch

First Sergeant
Erastus W. S. Kintzel

Second Sergeant
William Clark

Third Sergeant
Elijah Miller

Fourth Sergeant
Arthur P. Hatch

First Corporal
William J. Elliott

Second Corporal
Oliver McClean

Third Corporal
John Taylor

Fourth Corporal
J. M. McAllister

Musician
James M. Elliott
James Sterner

Privates
Bridegam, Peter
Bridegam, Joseph
Boyer, Aaron
Bauchman, Jacob
Beaurerle, Charles
Bock, Frederick
Cribben, James
Confer, Nathaniel
Dillinger, John H.
Dearing, Theodore
Elliott, John A.
Fabian, Franklin
Fox, Daniel
Farley, Owen
Garrett, Justice
Harrison, William H.
Hyneman, Harry
Hendricks, George
Hyneman, Henry, Jr.
Heartline, William S.
Honsberger, William
Kling, John
Keller, Michael
Lins, Franklin Keply, Joseph
Long, Joseph
Long, Lewis
Laker, Herman
Lessig, William S.
Little, John
Leonard, Richard
Lindsay, George
McCallister, David
Murray, John
Moyer, Samuel S.
Moyer, John A.
McCombs, Thomas
Mackeson, Edward
Merkle, William
McGrath, John
McNealy, George
Maurer, Joseph
Moyer, John H.
Nice, Valentine
Nolen, Moses
Nolen, Franklin
Otto, Benjamin G.
O'Connell, Henry J., Jr.
Richards, Joseph
Robinson, Benjamin
Roby, Thomas P. S.
Snyder, John H.
Shenk, John
Sitler, Alfred
Simons, Nelson
Simons, Franklin
Smith, Thomas P.
Seamon, John
Stahlnecker, Obediah
Stager, John H.
Snyder, Henry
Sleager, Augustus
Thompson, M. R.
Wentzel, Franklin
Wallace, Samuel
Weathorn, Adam
Walters, John

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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