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Sixth Regiment, Company H

Recruited in St. Clair, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 24, 1861
Wetherill Rifles

9th Regiment, Co. H

Edward Farne 

First Lieutenant
John D. Jones  

Second Lieutenant
Frederick A. Herwig

First Sergeant
Thomas Ray        

Second Sergeant
Henry Krebs, Jr. 

Third Sergeant
John Mard     

Fourth Sergeant
John Carl      

First Corporal
William J. McCarthy

Second Corporal
Edward F. Smith

Third Corporal
William G. DeFunk

Fourth Corporal
Thomas Torbett  

John Butterwick 
Jacob Bumnersbach

Atkinson, James
Bumnersbach, Adam
Bemne, Augustus 
Britt, Jacob    
Brewer, Lloyd T.  
Breman, William 
Beamont, George   
Blue, Charles H. 
Barnes, John W.   
Chadwick, Benjamin
Chilson, Luke W. E.
Cope, William H.
Denning, Joseph H.
Donner, James
Donal, William   
Dress, Charles      
Freeman, Daniel W.
Grum, Frederick  
Hetherington, George
Howels, John         
Humphreys, John    
Humes, William H.
Harrison, John 
Haron, Samuel 
Hensel, Edwin F.
Hannum, Hatton
Johnson, William
Karbey, Joseph 
Karbey, Ralph     
Krebs, Pharaoh W.
King, James     
Kreiges, Peter C.  
Kern, Nicholas    
Kaiss, Charles 
Kendall, Samuel
Kelly, Peter
Lewis, Thomas
Lewis, Evan
Lerman, John
Mattler, Samuel
Mahoney, Jeremiah
McGowen, John
Morgan, William
Martin, James
McHugh, Michael
Mahley, Peter
McLafferty, Franklin
Neargart, Jacob
Nields, Amos A.
O'Niel, Morris
Parvin, Jacob, Jr.
Palmer, Thomas
Paul, Daniel
Reily, James
Rees, John W.
Roorbach, Charles L.
Steel, John B.
Sedgwick, Michael
Slenker, William H.
Taggert, John
Wurne, Henry
Welsh, Nicholas .
Wolf, Augustus 
Zimmerman, Henry W.

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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