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Seventh Regiment, Company A

7th Regiment
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Recruited in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 23, 1861
Scott Legion
7th Regiment, Co. A


Captain
Maurice Wallace

First Lieutenant
Morgan R. Bryan

Second Lieutenant
Henry W. Horbach

First Sergeant
John Reynolds

Second Sergeant
James Calhoun

Third Sergeant
Daniel C. Collins

Fourth Sergeant
William B. Kauffman

First Corporal
John Valleby

Second Corporal
James Wormine

Third Corporal
William H. Jeffries

Fourth Corporal
John Longstaff

Musicians
Edward S. Magee
Patrick Donahoe

Privates
Ackerman, Henry
Algoe, Charles
Baker, Christopher
Boyd, Samuel
Brenard, Edward E.
Brown, John H.
Brown, Joshua
Buck, William
Byerly, William
Carson, John H.
Casey, Timothy
Casiday, Michael
Clark, James
Claire, John
Connelly, Daniel
Davis, Arthur
Davis, John
Davis, William A. R.
Dunn, Michael
Eschenbaum, Joseph
Finfrock, Robert
Fisher, Patrick
Glunt, Henry
Gross, Jacob
Hemphill, George
Holmes, James R.
Johnson, John
Jones, John H.
Jones, James
Kiggins, John
Kipp, Edward
Kress, Anthony
McAnnich, Elias
McCloskey, Charles
McClung, O. C.
McGee, James
McGinness, Edward
McLaughlin, Patrick
McMillen, Samuel C.
McMahon, Charles
Marshall, William H.
Mason, Patrick
Mitchell, Daniel W.
Morris, John
Neilie, Robert, Jr.
Normine, Thomas
Perkins, Charles
Prince, William
Richards, William
Rippey, Wilt
Rhodes, Charles H.
Rowe, Richard
Ruch, Conrad
Silverthorn, David R.
Shields, William
Smullin, Owen
Stevenson, John H.
Stone, Cyrus H.
Weeks, Charles H.
Weeks, William W.
Whiteside, William
Wiggens, James
Wheelen, James
Wise, Elisha

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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