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Eleventh Cavalry, One Hundred and Eighth Regiment, Company H


Mustered in Northampton County, Pennsylvania
11th Cavalry, 108th PA Regiment, Co. H

Captain
Beers, Anthony			
Fleming, James E.		
Seip, William H.			
Wetherill, Samuel	

1st Lieut	
Moore, Philip B.			
Robbins, Nathan H.			
West, Emery	
		
2nd Lieut
Albee, Simeon			
Rice, John H.	
		
		
1st Sgt		
Hillman, Owen J.	

QM Sgt		
Martin, Michael	

Comm Sgt	
Grobman, John C.F.	

Sergeant	
Brighton, John			
Brink, Levi L.			
Ecker, William H.			
Frey, Stephen			
Gerhart, William			
Herman, Pfister			
Rodgers, James K.			
Storms, Henry			
Strawn, Mahlon H.	

Corporal	
Guthrie, John J.		
Hoffner, Anthony			
Kemerer, Christian			
Klusmeyer, Henry			
Knoble, Samuel			
Livingood, John S.			
Marvin, Noah			
Menzies, Archibald A.			
Meyers, Henry			
Meyers, John			
Miller, Charles W.			
Rice, Samuel			
Sigman, George			
Switzer, Wallace W.			
West, Coursin			
Wise, Lewis	
		
		
Farrier	
Fisher, William	
Silver, John

Blacksmith	
Green, Othinel			
Klump, Andrew	

Saddler	
Laner, Frederick			
Meyers, Francis
Worklin, Henry	

Bugler		
Rice, Edwin			
Simpson, Reuben			
Storms, Simon P.			
Sunderland, George			
	
Private	
Arwin, Charles			
Asch, Oliver	
Baldwin, Darius			
Balk, Frederick			
Bean, Daniel			
Bean, John			
Becker, Isaac H.			
Becker, Louis			
Bibighaus, Henry Reed			
Bouser, Bernard			
Buchanan, James H.			
Bush, David W.			
Buss, Thomas			
Campe, George A.			
Card, James B.			
Carling, John W.			
Carner, Louis			
Chrisman (Christman), William			
Commodore, William			
Compton, Henry			
Crotzer, Andrew			
Deitz, William			
Deitzie, Charles			
Detrick, Jerome			
Detrick, John			
Dougherty, George A.			
Drenning, John			
Duchman, Silas W.			
Ferrill, Abraham D.			
Frankenfeld, W. H.			
Franklin, Charles	
Franklin, Gustave			
Fruble (Frable), Ephraim			
Geisinger, Joseph			
Geisler, John			
Getts, John H.			
Gleimon, Christopher			
Gower, Lyman			
Gruver, William			
Hall, Anthony			
Hall, William			
Harman, Christian			
Harrison, Henry G.			
Harry, Henry B.			
Heitsman, Charles			
Henderson, John			
Henning, Philip G.			
Henry, Charles			
Higgison, William			
Horner, Martin			
Houser, Levi			
Hull, Charles			
Hulsley, Arnold			
Hutmacher, John			
Jones, Joseph			
Keifer, William			
Kelly, Henry			
Kelly, William			
Kester, Samuel		
Kinner, Asa M.			
Klink, George			
Knoble, Jacob			
Koetenbach, William			
Koons, William			
Kromer, Peter			
Lampricht, Peter P.			
Leivengood, W. H.			
Lewis, James			
Llewelyn, Thomas			
Luch, William			
Martin, Haywood			
McElhaney, Matthew			
McGinnis, Peter			
Mendenhall, Laomi			
Mertz, John			
Meyers, John			
Miller, James			
Mills, Lewis W.			
Mock, Anthony			
Moore, William		
Moyer, Charles			
Muckenfuss, Adol			
Muthard, Richard			
Oliver, John			
Patterson, Robert			
Potter, George			
Reese, Conrad			
Reimer, George			
Rose, George			
Roth, John			
Sandherr, Christian			
Scholl, John H.			
Seagreaves, James G.			
Signet, Samuel			
Simons, Andrew J.			
Simpson, Hiram			
Sisty, Curtis N.		
Smith, Daniel	
Smith, Deidrich			
Smith, Ernst			
Smith, Henry R.			
Smith, Matthias			
Smith, Peter			
Staumbaugh, Edward			
Stein, Jackson			
Stine, Andrew J.			
Stine, Isaac			
Strauss, David			
Tennis, Benjamin F.			
Tennis, William			
Thatcher, William			
Titus, Dennis			
Transue, Abraham			
Utt, Almeron			
Utt, Charles			
Weddle, Jacob H.			
Wheeler, Joseph			
White, Thomas			
Wilhelm, Benjamin			
Williams, George H.			
Wilvert, Samuel	
	



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