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Tenth Regiment, Company H

Recruited in Johnstown, Cambria County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 26, 1861
Allegheny Guards

10th Regiment, Co. H

George W. Eastley

First Lieutenant
Charles Butland

Second Lieutenant
David Hamilton

First Sergeant
Levi B. Cohick

Second Sergeant
Robert F. Hamilton

Third Sergeant
Thompson R. Kimmell

Fourth Sergeant
John B. Fromald

First Corporal
John Parker

Second Corporal
Hiram Smith

Third Corporal
Charles Luther

Fourth Corporal
Edward Quinn

Abraham Jones
Daniel Young

Ambler, Charles
Burns, Edward
Black, Samuel
Byers, Thomas R.
Byers, Samuel
Burns, John
Barnett, Solomon
Callahan, Samuel
Comfort, Edwin
Cooney, John F.
Confield, William
Cobaugh, Phythian
Davis, Benjamin
Dolan, John
Durkin, Bernard
Edmunds, William
Ford, Patrick
Fredericks, William H.
Farrele, Patrick
Fendler, Jacob
Fowler, George W. 
Fleming, James
Fulton, David
Gore, John
Grunsley, Levi
Gallaher, William
Grubb, William R.
Glass, John
Herdman, John
Hamilton, Joseph
Herron, Thomas
Highland, Thomas
Henahan, Patrick
Henahan, John
Hogan, Patrick
Harnick, John
Jones, Isaac
Judge, Thomas
Little, John
Murray, Patrick
Murrin, Thomas
Miller, John
McGarrigan, Patrick
McBride, John
Markle, George A.
Mullen, Samuel
Markle, Conrad G.
Marrion, Bernard
Owens, Noah
Owens, William
Powell, John
Plitt, Charles
Roberts, Robert
Roberts, William
Smith, Valentine
Sharrett, Jacob R.
Sawyer, Lewis
Stauffer, Daniel
Thompson, Robert G.
Taylor, Thomas
Wineland, Daniel
Walker, Philip W.
Wineland, George
Wiles, David

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.

10th Regiment

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