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Sixth Regiment, Company C

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

Mustered in April 22, 1861
Marion Rifles
6th Regiment, Co. C

Captain
James K. Seigfreid

First Lieutenant
M. D. Weand

Second Lieutenant
George W. Snyder

First Sergeant Philip Garris
Second Sergeant
John Gillespie
Third Sergeant
James Teasell

Fourth Sergeant
Thomas Hilton

First Corporal
George W. Holder

Second Corporal
Charles Hilbert

Third Corporal
James Gillespie

Fourth Corporal
James Kane

Musician
Henry Swartz
Stephen Jones

Privates
Aregood, Samuel
Allison, Alexander
Abley, Abraham
Bauchman, Jacob
Boyd, James
Bechtel, Emanuel
Beadle, Joseph
Bour, David
Burton, George
Courtright, Isaiah Chillsom, C. L.
Davidheiser, Moses
Ferry, John
Garris, William
Garber, Phenis
Huntzinger, Robert M.
Hignor, Henry
Henderson, James
Hummel, Abraham
Hilton, Ashton
Kane, William B.
Kane, Robert
Kline, John
Klingals, Anthony
Keply, Joseph
Laing, John W.
Lloyd, William
Lloyd, John
Mackey, William
Mullen, John
May, Philip
McQuade, Samuel
Martin, William
McCord, John P.
Mitchell, David B.
Oliver, James
Price, David J.
Pletz, Theodore
Pursell, Patrick
Paul, Charles
Reed, Francis W.
Rudge, Henry
Shields, Patrick
Shappel, J. W.
Silyman, Joseph A.
Stout, George
Stout, James
Smith, William
Stelwagon, George W.
Stanton, John
Smith, John
Stephenson, William
Seitzinger, Samuel
Smith, Alexander
Seward, John
Shilthouse, August
Thunson, George W.
Templin, Jesse
Umbehower, John
Williams, Thomas
Watts, Perry
Werth, David
Waters, Watkins
Williams, 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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