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Ninth Regiment, Company I



Recruited in Chester, Delaware County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 22, 1861
Union Blues

9th Regiment, Co. I

Captain
Henry B. Edwards

First Lieutenant
James G. Stacey

Second Lieutenant
William Blackely

First Sergeant
William B. Stevenson

Second Sergeant
John Beck       

Third Sergeant
James Williams   

Fourth Sergeant
William Eves   

First Corporal
Isaac Weaver       

Second Corporal
William R. Thatcher

Third Corporal
Charles Story    

Fourth Corporal
Jesse Cummins    

Musician
Ezra Dransfield
Alexander King   

Privates
Booth, John    
Barker, Joseph   
Brewster, Joseph
Benner, Lewis   
Barranclan, John C.
Blythe, Thomas  
Baddin, Isaac F.  
Brown, William H.
Burke, David     
Booth, George     
Bruner, Thomas W.
Crothen, Edward 
Collisson, Joseph 
Cross, Samuel  
Crowther, Daniel 
Cliff, James       
Carr, Allen       
Cutler, Frederick
Crider, Frederick   
Davis, Simeon        
Doyle, John        
Elliott, William 
Etennie, Theodore
Fogg, Robert     
Farmday, John      
Groves, Joseph
Huff, William P.
Hughes, William 
Helmes, George    
Jester, William F.
Kelley, James P.
Kay, Edward        
Kershaw, John
Lilley, Edward    
Lyons, Edward   
McNamel, Thomas
McNeil, William
Marshall, John
Marlon, William
McDaniel, Samuel
McAffee, George
Morton, John C.
Phillips, John
Pithey, Daniel
Pierce, Thomas F.
Quinn, Anthony
Rodrigas, Francis
Reaney, Robert
Shepherd, Samuel
Scott, Francis
Stevenson, Edgar
Skellinger, William K.
Smith, John
Smith, Samuel
Toy, Thomas
Taylor, Joseph, Jr.
Turner, Richard
Wilson, George W.
Wilson, Joshua L.
Wagner, John
Wright, Robert
Woodland, Alfred
Wigan, George
Weaver, Reese L.

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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