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Ninth Regiment, Company K

Recruited in Port Carbon, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 23, 1861
Keystone Rifles of Port Clinton

9th Regiment, Co. K

Matthew Brynes

First Lieutenant
William Cusack 

Second Lieutenant
Thomas Brennan

First Sergeant
John Mullen       

Second Sergeant
John Moore      

Third Sergeant
Michael Dougherty

Fourth Sergeant
Bernard Duffy  

First Corporal
John Leaman        

Second Corporal
William Gaynor

Third Corporal
James Slattery   

Fourth Corporal
James Burke     

Thomas Fegan  
Edward Cunningham

Allison, James 
Agnew, James     
Bowsman, Henry  
Baker, Martin   
Brennan, John     
Brennan, Michael
Burns, Frank      
Cawley, Patrick
Condon, Richard   
Crandell, Ethan   
Creamer, James     
Casley, James   
Coyle, Edward     
Cannon, Michael
Curren, Patrick  
Curren, Edward      
Curlin, Thomas    
Carr, Francis    
Daily, James        
Doggett, Peter       
Doregan, John      
Flannery, William
Foyle, Martin  
Fitzsimmons, John
Fitzgerald, William
Gaven, Patrick
Gallaher, James 
Gleason, Patrick
Florey, Edward    
Hailey, Bryan    
Harrison, Daniel
Hailey, John       
Hayes, Samuel
Jefferson, William
Keveney, Andrew
Kent, Daniel
Kelly, Patrick
Katen, William
Little, George
McDonnell, William
Mullin, Edward   
McVay, Edward
McLaughlin, James
McLaughlin, Michael
Manough, Jeremiah
McCabe, Daniel
Martin, John        
Mooney, Daniel 
O'Brien, William
O'Brien, James
Prichard, George  
Parks, James  
Ruddy, Hugh 
Reno, John  
Roe, Thomas  
Ryan, James         
Ryan, John, Sr.
Ryan, John, Jr. 
Sullivan, Michael  
Shannon, Patrick
Smith, Patrick
Sullivan, James  
White, William 
Walker, Patrick   

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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