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Eighth Regiment, Company D

8th Regiment
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Recruited in Wilkes-Barre, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 22, 1861
Jackson Rifles
8th Regiment, Co. D

Captain
Jacob Bertels

First Lieutenant
Richard Fitzgerald

Second Lieutenant
Patrick Lenihan

First Sergeant
Michael Reily

Second Sergeant
John C. Reily

Third Sergeant
Michael Gilligan

Fourth Sergeant
Joseph P. Byrne

First Corporal
Daniel McBride

Second Corporal
Daniel Shoolin

Third Corporal
Thomas Devaney

Fourth Corporal
John Ryan

Musician
Bartholomew Lynch
John Batterton

Privates
Boyle Philip
Baney, John
Biglin, Patrick
Brennan, Patrick, 1st
Birmingham, Thomas
Boran, Thomas
Boylan, James
Brennan, Patrick, 2nd
Coyle, Matthew
Caffrey, John
Clark, John
Cunningham, Daniel
Cosgrove, John
Collins, John
Curran, Michael
Cull, Frank
Coggles, Michael
Collins, Patrick
Delaney, John
Dolton, James
Davis, Evan
Dougher, James
Dougherty, James
Evans, John
Fogarty, Patrick
Graham, John
Griffith, Patrick
Gallagher, Patrick, 1st
Gallagher, Patrick, 2nd
Heley, Thomas
Houston, Patrick
Killroy, Edward
Keeghran, Michael
Lynch, James
Levey, Patrick
Lisk, John
Lynch, Bernard
Lahey, Thomas
Lebar, Peter
Lawler, John
McDowell, John
McCoy, Thomas
McCluskey, Thomas
McConelogue, John
Merghan, William
McManiman, Thomas
Morris, Michael
Mulvey, Michael
McTigue, Patrick
McCool, John
McReenelly, John
McGinness, Michael
McCormick, Daniel
O'Donnell, Thomas
Plum, James
Paul, Patrick
Ryan, Martin
Reily, Lawrence
Ruddy, Michael
Sullivan, John
Sullivan, Timothy
Sherron, Edward
Scott, John
Totton, Dalton W.
Welsh, Martin
Ward, John

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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