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Eleventh Cavalry, One Hundred and Eighth Regiment, Company B

108th Regiment
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Recruited in Chester County, Pennsylvania


11th Cavalry, 108th PA Regiment, Co. B

Captain
Cornog, George T.	
Ford, John W.	
McFarlan, James E.	
Roberts, W. Dewees	

1st Lieutenant
Darlington, Hilborn	

2nd Lieutenant
Brooke, Harry C.	
Irwin, William D.	
Mowday, Samuel L.	
Riggs, James M.	1st Sergeant
Gross, George D.	
McFarlan, Richard	
Slike, Stephen G.	

QuarterMaster Sergeant
Wamsher, Robert	

Commissary Sergeant
Robinson, George	

Sergeant
Allen, John	
Bailey, Thomas V.	
Broonall, Benjamin	
Carpenter, William	
Furlong, Edward	
Keech, James G.	
Lloyd, Mark R.	
McConnell, James E.	
Painter, Charles	
Rigg, Harlan L.	
Vanosten, Edward	
Yeager, Arthur B.	
Yoder, Levi B.	

Corporal
Dumall, John W.	
Guthrie, John D.	
Handley, Thomas	
Henry, John	
Kerns, Thomas D.	
Mowday, George W.	
Rushworth, Edward	
Sinn, George W.	
Townsley, Robert	
Worrell, Jonathan S.	
Yost, Benard	

Blacksmith
Morrison, William	

Farrier
Ritner, Samuel D.	
Thomas, George	

Saddler
McCurdy, John H.	
Butler, Owen	
Quinn, George B.

Bugler
Rice, Edward P.	
Storm, Jacob H.	

Private
Amber, Ezra	
Amber, Edwin	
Ayers, James C.	
Baker, Theodore A.	
Bewley, Jesse L.	
Binkley, Peter	
Bishop, George H.	
Blake, James	
Bowman, David	
Bride, Robert	
Bronson, Eli	
Bruce, Robert	
Buller, Elliott	
Burns, John	
Burt, Hiram	
Care, Henry	
Care, John	
Care, Clement B.	
Carson, Harrison	
Chrisman, Jonathan H.	
Clarke, George E. A.	
Clemens, Jonathan	
Compton, John	
Comstock, Giles	
Cowan, John	
Coyle, Edward	
Cross, Samuel	
Dague, William S.	
Day, Daniel	
Dedier, Alban	
Dugan, Daniel	
Dugan, Thomas	
Dunn, Nathaniel	
Edwards, Daniel	
Effrig, Matthew	
Englerth, George	
Eppenhimer, Jacob	
Everett, Reuben	
Fagan, Christopher	
Ford, Isaac W.	
Foreman, Henry B.	
Frank, Joseph	
Glick, William	
Good, John W.	
Gruber, Belthaser	
Guie, William H.	
Guiney, Franklin A.	
Hall, Lewis E.	
Hamilton, Owen	
Hammer, Joseph	
Harlan, George W.	
Hawk, Nicholas	
Heckler, Jacob	
Heckman, John	
Heckman, William	
Helfrick, Edward	
Helgert, John	
Henlen, Henry	
Hesler, Joseph	
Hesler, John	
High, Torbert	
Hock, Matthias	
Houck, John	
Howe, Nathan	
Hughes, Jacob	
Hughes, Joseph	
Ingram, James	
Irwin, Andrew	
Irwin, Adam C.	
Johnson, John	
Jones, William B.	
Joyce, Patrick	
Jymison, John	
Kelley, John	
Kennedy, Israel	
Kennig, Charles H.	
Kungle, Howard	
Lawrence, Thompson	
Leslie, Jacob P.	
Linderman, John B.	
Long, Robert	
Lowe, James W.	
Mahlon, Elijah H.	
McBride, William	
McCachran, Elias	
McChalicer, Bran.	
Miller, John H.	
Milligan, Isaac M.	
Mimm, Isaac	
Mimm, Washington	
Minn, Samuel	
Mitchell, James E.	
Mitchell, William H.	
Morgan, James P.	
Morgan, Amos T.	
Morgan, Charles H.	
Morris, John	
Mowday, John C.	
Murry, Henry	
Myers, John P.	
Neely, Samuel H.	
Oxner, Luke	
Painter, Cyrus	
Parlaman, Edward	
Parmer, Samuel	
Reed, John	
Reifsnyder, David	
Rice, George W.	
Rishell, George D.	
Rishell, Samuel	
Rishell, Henry H.	
Robinson, Richard	
Rowe, Charles W.	
Scott, Hiram	
Seiverd, William	
Seiverd, Samuel	
Serfass, Reuben	
Shaw, William W.	
Shock, Philip	
Shuffenberger, John	
Sides, Samuel R.	
Simpson, Bernard	
Slike, David	
Smith, Theodore	
Spotts, John	
Spotts, George M.	
Steele, Joseph	
Sweeten, Jackson	
Wilkinson, Isaac	
Yost, Clemens M.	
Ziegenfuss, Theodore J.



108th Regiment - 11th Cavalry

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