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Tenth Regiment, Company K

Recruited in Lancaster, Lancaster & Allegheny Counties, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 26, 1861
Steuben Guards

10th Regiment, Co. K

Adolphus W. Bolemus

First Lieutenant
James P. Schooley

Second Lieutenant
Benjamin Lichty

First Sergeant
Henry Weber

Second Sergeant
Rudolph Kuhn

Third Sergeant
Charles Sponholtz

Fourth Sergeant
Henry Becker

First Corporal
Henry Schwenk

Second Corporal
Christian Fueler

Third Corporal
Lewis Heidecher

Fourth Corporal
Alexander Getz

Frederick Conrad
James McCue

Bovenz, Lorenz
Brugger, John
Dietzel, John H.
Dunges, George
Doman, Peter
Elliott, Jacob
Fort, Charles
Fuehrer, Andrew
Fetter, Jacob
Fetter, Isaac
Groff, Henry
Goss, Simon B.
Goss, Martin
Guildner, Charles
Hochrain, Joseph
Hoffman, Michael
Herman, Christian
Hatz, George
Kollman, Henry
Kirch, Wendell
Konig, Charles
Kasey, Jacob
Kaiser, Francis I.
Luther, John
Lanich, Henry
Leppich, Martin
Max, Andrew
Miller, Frederick W.
Mulheim, Abraham
Meiknecht, Conrad
Minnich, John R.
Minnich, Michael
Milley, Edward
Norman, Anton
Oks, Jonathan
Person, Christian
Reiman, Wendell
Roth, John
Rhode, Jacob
Roth, Thaddeus
Schneider, Andrew
Schwaner, August
Shaz, Martin
Shoemaker, Henry
Schnauffer, George
Schulz, Charles
Smith, Henry
Stewart, David
Shaller, Jacob
Stutter, Peter
Schupp, George
Smith, Joseph
Smith, Gerhard
Stautzenberger, Jeremiah
Shute, Andrew
Spindler, Nathaniel
Thies, Ernest
Wiseman, Henry
Weber, John
Wunderlin, Francis
Westerman, Adolph
Weekesser, Henry
Wolf, Anton
Wunderlich, Gustav

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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