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Eleventh Cavalry, One Hundred and Eighth Regiment, Company I


Mustered in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
11th Cavalry, 108th PA Regiment, Co. I

Captain
Herr, Daniel			
Minnich, Edward A.			
Reisinger, William J.	

1st Lieut	
Butts, Carles W.			
Farrell, Frank P.	

2nd Lieut		
Balmer, Daniel W.			
Meekins, William			
Roper, John L.			
Schriver, Daniel H.
		
	
1st Sgt
Benizer, Samuel			
Slaymaker, John B.	

Comm Sgt
Heeps, William	

QM Sgt	
Wright, William A.	

Sergeant		
Apewzell, William H.			
Bray, Henry D.			
Diemer, John G.			
Duffy, Terrence			
Hagen, John			
Hemple, Henry			
Hutcheson, William			
Kettler, Francis H.			
Meyers, Charles			
Shannon, Stewart B.			
Witmer, William B.	

Corporal
Anderson, Jacob B.			
Andrews, Lewis			
Brough, George W.			
Brown, Thomas F.			
Chambelin, John F.			
Doll, Adam			
Garrett, Abraham E.			
Gerhart, John			
Hagan, John			
Hann, Aaron H.			
Harrison, George R.			
Heiser, Conrad			
Knox, John			
Seitz, Andrew			
Smith, Lawrence			
Spindler, Nathaniel	
		
Saddler		
Angle, Gideon C.	

Farrier	
Brown, Littleton	
Hastings, Elijah
		
	
Bugler	
Monroe, George			
Vanscoten, Alfred M.			
Weaver, Andrew J.
Dean, Gideon J.	
	
Blacksmith
Weidner, Henry	
		
	
Private	
Ansell, Richard			
Anssia, Arnold			
Augustine, John			
Baker, Jediah W.		
Baughman, Isaac			
Bear, John R.		
Beverson, Jacob			
Bink, John B.			
Brandes, William			
Breece, Stephen			
Bupp, George W.			
Burgess, Benjamin B.			
Burk, James			
Casselberry, H. R.			
Clark, Samuel			
Clayton, James			
Clayton, John			
Cline, Lewis			
Coleman, Thomas			
Coons, George L.		
Coyle, Patrick			
Crabb, William P.			
Croll, William H.			
Dickey, John P.			
Dritt, Christian			
Ellis, Enos E.			
Ellis, Jefferson			
Entres, Lewis N.			
Frame, William			
Gilbert, Frederick			
Gompf, John J.			
Good, Henry D.			
Gorman, Ellis F.			
Green, Edwin			
Green, Harrison			
Green, Stephen			
Haldabourn, Peter			
Hall, John			
Hallett, Lewis			
Hames, Henry			
Harding, Benjamin E.			
Harris, George			
Harris, Henry			
Harrison, John			
Hensell, Parker H.			
Hinkle, Christopher			
Hird, Andrew			
Hodgen, Alexander			
Hooper, James B.			
Howser, Harvey H.			
Irwin, Lewis C.			
Jacoby, Edw.			
Keglin, Frank			
Keister, Henry			
Knapp, John L.			
Laid, James B.			
Laney, Michael			
Lard, Andrew			
Leakway, Charles F.			
Leakway, Henry	
Lehman, Benjamin			
Lehman, John B.			
Lehman, Joseph			
Lemla, Fredrick			
Libbey, Jacob			
Lichtenberger, Jacob			
Loff, John G.			
Luckenbaugh, Jacob			
Lyle, Henry			
Mann, Christian H.			
Martin, Aaron			
McClenry, Jesse J.			
Meyers, George			
Meyers, John			
Meyers, William			
McLaughlin, Patrick			
McMahon, Samuel			
Mood, Byron			
Moore, Daniel M.			
O'Donnell, Michael N.			
Owens, William			
Parmer, Joseph			
Parmer, Otis G.			
Pearce, Henry			
Peterman, Charles H.			
Rabine, George			
Reed, William F.			
Reese, Edward			
Reimer, John			
Reisinger, William F.			
Robeson, John H.			
Rohrbaush, John J.			
Rose, Henry			
Ryder, Zebulon P.			
Schmale, William			
Setch, George L.			
Setzer, David			
Shallman, William			
Shiery, Nath. R.			
Shimer, Isaac			
Sickman, Henry			
Slack, James			
Slack, William L.			
Speace, Jacob			
Stine, Lewis			
Terry, Samuel			
Thompson, Samuel A.			
Thorpe, James			
Tiffany, James E.			
Ulrich, Joseph F.			
Ward, Benard J.			
Webber, Fred.			
Welsh, Edmund P.			
Wenk, Michael			
Whalen, Anthony			
Whalen, Michael			
Whitaker, George			
White, Albert			
Willard, William H.			
Williams, Thomas A.			
Winenager, Thomas			
Wise, Frank			
Wright, Alonzo R.			
Wright, George G.			
Wright, Jacob P.			
Young, Henry			
Young, William H.			
Young, William M.			
Ziegenfuss, Thomas			
Zordman, Jesse J.		



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