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Seventh Regiment, Company K

7th Regiment
Additional Companies, Bios, Organization & Service

Recruited in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 23, 1861
Pittsburgh Invincibles
7th Regiment, Co. K

William Troville

First Lieutenant
William Graham

Second Lieutenant
William L. Foulk

First Sergeant
Isaac Wright

Second Sergeant
Richard Splain

Third Sergeant
William Fitzmorris

Fourth Sergeant
Edward Flinn

First Corporal
George Bills

Second Corporal
Matthew Frazier

Third Corporal
Henry Greatrake

Fourth Corporal
George Grazzam

John Walby
Samuel Winthrow

Anthony, W. James
Adams, Ralph
Bostwick, William
Barker, James
Baiter, Frederick
Bender, Andrew
Bechtel, Lewis
Brown, James
Briggs, James W.
Bills, George
Clary, James
Conrad, William D.
Cupps, Andrew J.
Couch, George
Clark, James
Crevison, David
Darly, Charles
Eberhart, Adam
Edgar, Matthew
France, John
Ford, James
Grane, Ezekiel
Griffith, Abraham
Hewitt, George
Herbert, David
Hume, Charles G.
Hunter, David
Hilston, Edward
Johnston, John
Johnston, Alexander
Kurtz, Henry
Kelley, Peter
Krumlah, Charles William
Kaufield, Ernest
Lentner, Andrew
McMasters, Jacob
Mooney, John H.
Massy, George
Miller, Peter
Metz, Conrad
Martin, John
Myers, William
Martin, Fritz
Montgomery, Robert
Nelson, John
Platt, Henry
Irwin, James
Rodgers, Andrew
Ridgley, Charles
Steel, Matthew
Smith, Augustus
Sturdy, Henry
Silk, Thomas
Stump, George
Thursby, Samuel
Taylor, John
Taylor, Charles
Thompson, John
Waters, David V.
Weber, William
Whalon, James B.
Whitmore, Christopher
Walters, William
Winters, James

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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