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Tenth Regiment, Company F

Recruited in Lykenstown, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 26, 1861
Washington Rifles

10th Regiment, Co. F

Edward G. Savage

First Lieutenant
Jacob Alvord

Second Lieutenant
George Hain

First Sergeant
Robert Bainbridge

Second Sergeant
Samuel Thompson

Third Sergeant
Franklin Douden

Fourth Sergeant
Henry Keiser

First Corporal
William Keiser

Second Corporal
John Davis

Third Corporal
Joel Myers

Fourth Corporal
Benjamin Rissler

George W. Clark
Jonathan Hoffman

Bordner, Jacob
Bowman, John A.
Buchen, John
Bailey, William
Brown, Edward
Brown, Isiah
Bossler, Jacob F.
Bickley, John
Carpenter, Thomas B.
Dietrick, Henry
Deitrick, Thomas E.
Eby, William
Fox, Henry W.
Fox, David
Feree, James M.
Forney, John W.
Fortman, Edward J.
Feindt, Henry
Gratz, John C.
Gable, Levi
Grahn, Samuel
Hoffman, Michael, Jr.
Hoober, Daniel
Hart, James M.
Hawk, Jeremiah
Hoffman, Michael, Sr.
Harper, Willard G.
Israel, Daniel
Janeskey, Joseph
Keiser, Alexander
Long, John L.
Lucas, Peter
Matter, John L.
Miller, David
Matter, Henry C.
Myers, George
McCarty, John
Mumma, Samuel
Matter, Emanuel
Niblo, Theophilus
Porter, John
Polm, Michael
Roberts, Joseph
Rumberger, John
Renner, Michael
Rudisill, Solomon
Robinson, David
Shindler, Frederick
Spangler, John H.
Spangler, Cyrus
Shell, Jacob
Smith, Jacob R.
Saylor, David
Sieger, Cyrus
Stuart, Cornelius
Smink, Reuben
Sparks, John
Schell, Samuel
Workman, David
Wagner, George H.
Witman, Joseph
Weaver, John J.
Walter, William
Yeager, John H.

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.

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