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One Hundred Third Regiment, Company A



Recruited in Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in March, 1865
Mustered out June 25, 1865
103rd Regiment, Co. A

 
Captain
Elias Lehman
 
1st Lieutenant.
George C. Carson
 
2nd Lieutenant.
Samuel. H. Eicholtz
 
1st Sergeant
Frederick K. Rife
 
Sergeant
Peter Leer
 
John G. Ritter  
Samuel Lentz  
Amos G. Huber  
Corporal
George Robertson
 
H. W. Hurtsell  
Fedde Fixsen  
Jacob G. Eicholtz  
Joseph Gabler  
William W. Hewitt  
Henry L. Reitzell  
Israel Slothouer  
Musician
Charles E. Porter


Not mustered into U. S. service
David C. Guyer  
Private
Allison, Samuel
 
Burtsfield. John J.  
Burgner, Samuel A.  
Burgner, John N.  
Byers, John A.  
Byers, Jeremiah M.  
Brown, Jacob  
Bishop, Henry M.  
Bowers, Jeremi'h A.  
Bream, Jacob  
Becker, William P.  
Baker, William B. Deserted March 22, 1865
Creamer, George G.  
Carbaugh, John H.  
Clevinger, Daw  
Crist, Albert B.  
Fraker, Daniel  
Fulton, Jacob S.  
Fix, Peter  
Fohl, Amos  
Fohl, Lewis  
Fry, David  
Gabler, Solomon  
Guyer, Oliver  
Gifford, Samuel  
Group, Peter  
Hammon, Michael  
Huber, Benjamin G..  
Hancock, Aquilla  
Hile, George  
Hoffman, Charles H  
Haines, John  
Hoffman, Abraham  
Kuhn, George O.  
Kunkle, William F.  
Kelly, George  
Longenecker, Jer'h.  
Mackey, William P.  
Mitchell, Robert A.  
Mosser, Robert  
McKee James A.  
McKee, William P.  
McKee, David R.  
Pugh, Mark  
Pugh. Jacob  
Phillips, John J. H.  
Pittentorf, J. M.  
Pottorf, Jacob  
Roth, George W.  
Roth, Leander A.  
Shirk, Jacob A.  
Shirk, Jacob  
Stake Gideon  
Stouller, David  
Shock, Albert  
Slaybaugh, John A.  
Stenour, Peter  
Spanler, Samuel G.  
Starry, Daniel  
Shugh, Ezra  
Smith, Gideon  
Stahl, Henry A.  
Saddler, John T.  
Slaybaigh, Eli Absent, sick, at muster out
Test. Isiah  
Upperman, Sanmuel  
Upperman, Joseph  
Unger Samuel  
Worthington, R. S.  
West, Benjamin F. Deserted March 18, 1865





Roster 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.


Contributed by George Rapp


103rd Regiment

Co. A | History





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