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Tenth Regiment, Company G

Recruited in Wilmore, Cambria County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 22, 1861
Washington Rifles

10th Regiment, Co. G

Richard White

First Lieutenant
James Corroll

Second Lieutenant
John W. Short

First Sergeant
John Wilkins

Second Sergeant
Porter W. Fox

Third Sergeant
Samuel Shipp

Fourth Sergeant
John Lynch

First Corporal
Morrison McCartney

Second Corporal
George W. Brown

Third Corporal
Henry Martz

Fourth Corporal
Henry Parrish

John D. Moreland
Joseph Young

Angel, Henry
Brindle, Samuel
Bitting, Joseph
Butler, Albert
Cunningham, James
Crosley, Jacob
Carrol, Francis
Curtis, John
Clay, Philip
Cunningham, Edward
Dasher, James
Daley, John
Davis, John R.
Dyer, William R.
Devor, Daniel B.
Flenner, John
Farbeach, Anslean
Freithoof, Henry
Foght, John
Gorenflow, John
Gorden, David
Haslen, John
Hoffman, Henry
Hallmeyer, Joseph
Hay, Martin
Helsel, Daniel
Irvine, John
Jones, William
Kelsey, John
Lingle, John
Lose, Nicholas
Larrebee, Truman G.
Lane, Henry
Moreland, William F.
McDowell, John
Maguire, Peter
Mooney, Thomas
Martin, John
McKinney, David
McHugh, James
Miller, Lewis
McKinney, Lewis
Miloy, John
Omer, John
Pilkington, James
Patterson, John H.
Peiffer, George
Peple, John
Skeely, David
Sharp, Richard
Sanders, Anthony
Shipley, William
Schroth, John
Skeely, John
Seamon, Thomas J.
Stewart, John
Smay, Michael
Short, Michael
Sharp, Henry
Shannon, Henry
Tully, Thomas
Trost, John
Wilson, Jacob
Whitman, John G.
Wiseman, Lewis
Wildy, Henry

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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