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Sixth Regiment, Company H

Recruited in Pottsville, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 22, 1861
Tower Guards

6th PA Regiment, Co. H

Charlemagne Tower

First Lieutenant
James Ellis

Second Lieutenant
Henry Pleasants

First Sergeant
William J. Hinkle

Second Sergeant
Henry Fisher

Third Sergeant
Edward C. Baird

Fourth Sergeant
John J. Huntzinger

First Corporal
Samuel M. Ruch

Second Corporal
David B. Hoffman

Third Corporal
Daniel H. Leib

Fourth Corporal
Hugh Mullin

Abraham Nagle
Cornelius Trout

Acorn, Martin
Bailey, John
Batdorf, John H.
Burluchy, Charles
Bolich, John
Bowman, William
Boyer, Jacob
Brown, James B.
Buch, Joseph
Campbell, Thomas
Christian, Charles
Coller, Mahlon
Conyngham, John R.
Cowley, Samuel
Cooper, John
Crosland, Charles
Cruikshank, John
Davis, Frederick W.
Davis, Thomas N.
Dillman, Daniel D.
Douty, William
Edwards, Richard
Fitzsimmons, Thomas J.
Foltz, George W.
Garber, Andrew
Heffner, Samuel
Hazzard, Charles
Hower, John
Hood, James
Jones, Zachariah
Kauffman, Jonas H.
Kibler, Henry Z.
Krauth, Herman
Krebs, Frank
Laubenstein, Samuel B.
Lavenberg, John
Leech, George
Leonard, Frank
Lebengood, Frank
Lee, Luke
Lilley, Oliver W.
Lynch, Hugh
Martz, John
Matz, George W.
McElrath, John
McShier, John
Mervine, Jacob
Overbeck, George W.
Parvin, Frank J., Jr.
Paul, John
Rinker, Robert M.
Root, David Y.
Rose, Thomas J.
Shollenberger, Gabriel
Seigfried, Daniel
Snyder, John
Spotts, Jacob
Stone, Elisha
Titus, Edgar R.
Weaver, George J.
Weinman, Andrew
Weir, Allen
Williamson, Henry
Wren, William
Yerger, Elias

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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