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Ninth Regiment, Company D

9th Regiment
Additional Companies, Bios, Organization & Service

Recruited in Allentown, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 24, 1861
Catasaqua Rifles
9th Regiment, Co. D

G. D. Hand

First Lieutenant
C. A. G. Keck

Second Lieutenant
Enoch Phillips

First Sergeant
Levi Stubler

Second Sergeant
William Semner

Third Sergeant
Tighman Miller

Fourth Sergeant
Morgan Richards

First Corporal
Charles Nolf, Jr.

Second Corporal
Richard Wilson

Third Corporal
William Williams

Fourth Corporal
Granville Hangams

Henry Sttressen
William Miller

Arthur, Samuel
Barrow, Samuel C.
Baumeister, William C.
Clement, Hugh
Craft, Levi
Crogan, Richard
Cooney, Michael
Dettwiler, Henry
Davis, Isaac
Daniel, Daniel
Edwards, Evan
Elliott, James
Eckenberger, Henry
Fondran, Benedict
Graham, John
Grate, John
Hopkins, William
Hopkins, John
Hughes, James
Henry, Francis
Hetthenson, James
Hammerly, Roberts
Hacker, Jacob
Jones, Joseph
Kramsic, Edwards
Kane, John
Kick, Lorentz
Keiser, Edwin
Keiser, William
Leister, Tilghman
Lockwood, Samuel
Leister, Peter
Lewellyn, Thomas
Meyers, William H.
Morrison, John
Michael, Charles H.
Manley, Lewis
McClasky, John
McGee, Cornelius
McHecker, John
McHoes, Joshua
Patrick, John
Panly, William H.
Paul, William
Reese, David
Rohn, Wilson
Ritter, Augustus
Schwab, Joshua
Snyder, William T.
Snyder, James R.
Sattenfuse, William H.
Schlosser, William
Smith, Samuel
Smith, Stephen
Steinberger, Henry
Tombler, David A.
Vansycheli, James
Vreeland, Charles
Wilson, Frank H.
William, Robert
Werly, William
Wolf, Abraham
Xandres, Francis
Young, 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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