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Eighth Regiment, Company H

8th Regiment
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Recruited in Scranton, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 23, 1861
Scranton Union Volunteers
8th Regiment, Co. H

Henry W. Derby

First Lieutenant
Beaton Smith, Jr.

Second Lieutenant
William D. Snyder

First Sergeant
Thomas Edmonds

Second Sergeant
Henry Derris

Third Sergeant
Charles Knerr

Fourth Sergeant
Joseph R. Shultz

First Corporal
Israel Ruth

Second Corporal
William Bryden

Third Corporal
Monroe Koch

Fourth Corporal
William Booth

Adams, Charles G.
Bradford, Miles N.
Benjamin, Lyman T.
Bloom, Thomas H.
Bloff, William F.
Bouten, Samuel A.
Bound, Abram L.
Brown, James O.
Buckland, Warren
Cherry, Theodore
Conklin, George W. 
Cobb, Samuel
Coon, John
Crawford, Hugh R.
Decker, Martin
Diehl, High M.
Drake, Andrew J.
Ennis, Henry
Etting, Frederick M.
Fleming, Alexander L.
Gabrio, Peter S.
Gregory, Nathan C.
Galloway, Jacob W.
Habe, Dinsmore
Haines, John
Haley, Stephen H.
Hastings, John, 1st
Hastings, John, 2nd
Hardy, Robert
Henson, Henry B.
Houser, Harry
Hopkins, John
Jamison, William
Kind, Hudson D.
Kirlin, Hiram P.
Long, Anthony
Miller, William
Mullihan, Thomas
Palmer, John M.  
Peters, George W.  
Palmer, George C.
Rhodes, Simon
Rex, Henry
Robbing, Nicholas
Richards, Joshua
Shiffer, Joseph S.
Silkman, Mead S.
Shafer, Charles
Shively, Peter
Smith, Peter J.
Stark, William
Stephens, Roland N.
Swartz, John G.
Staples, William A.
Thomas, William H.
Wigton, David
Wittingham, John
Wilson, Edwin B.
Ward, Charles E.
Williams, William H.
Woolley, James
Yapel, Fletcher D.

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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