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Eighth Regiment, Company B

8th Regiment
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Recruited in Moscow, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 23, 1861
Covington Fencibles
8th Regiment, Co. B
Captain
Hiram S. Travis

First Lieutenant
Frank Wambacker

Second Lieutenant
Sanford G. Coglizer

First Sergeant
Jacob Swartz

Second Sergeant
John F. Savers

Third Sergeant
John W. Fike

Fourth Sergeant
Delton F. Miller

First Corporal
Benjamin J. Stephens

Second Corporal
David Weldy

Third Corporal
George Weldy

Fourth Corporal
Warren Breemer

Musicians
Paul Debler
William Miller

Privates
Albro, William
Austin, Shadrach G.
Austin, Richard
Aten, James R.
Bird, John
Bender, Adolph
Brennan, Thomas
Barclay, Matthias
Barnes, George
Benson, Thomas L.
Cooper, Nicholas
Curtis, Nodiah
Chrisman, George
Clouse, Charles
Colvin, Horatio V.
Conner, Thomas R.
Davenport, Henry L.
Davenport, James T.
Felts, Horatio P.
Gilchrist, Samuel
Hoover, Lorenzo D.
Hinds, Henry M.
Hurley, Michael W.
John, Frederick
Kiser, Abraham
Kilpatrick, Samuel
Knapp, Joseph
La France, William
La France, Joseph
Le Compt, Benjamin
Murring, Westbrook
Martin, Ezra B.
McGeuigan, James
McDoherty, James S.
Nogle, Herbert M.
Powell, Levi
Robinson, David
Rhodes, Thomas P.
Roach, James A.
Rhodes, Morris H.
Rockwell, William R.
Rodgers, Benjamin F.
Ryan, G. William
Rease, William
Scott, Richard H.
Smith, Freeman
Switer, Francis
Smith, Robert
Stalbert, Merrit
Swan, Nelson
Sterling, David C.
Sherwood, Obediah
Scott, Jerome
Shaffer, John
Sayers, Vincent J.
Smith, John
Sylich, Milton
Tanfield, John A.
Tompkins, Levi B.
Wallace, Joseph W.
Wilber, Chester
Wood, Patrick
Yarrington, Dorman A.
Yeager, Spencer

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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