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One Hundred Twenty-fourth Regiment, Company A

124th Regiment
Additional Companies, Bios, Organization & Service


Recruited in Chester County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in Aug. 8, 1862 and mustered out May 17, 1863
124th Regiment, Co. A

 
Captain
Joseph Hawley
Allan M. Davis
Charles W. Roberts

1st Lieutenant  
Samuel G. Smith

2nd Lieutenant    
John A. Groff
Isaac Finch, died of wounds received at Antietam, 1862

1st Sergeant 
John Windle

Sergeant 
Edward White
John Gilsson
Joseph N. Woodward
David Steiler

Corporal 
Joseph Davis
Henry B. Wynn
William S Wetherall
Allanos Hl Bicking
Jacob H. Way
Powell Bailey
Richard F. Hill
Samuel B. Smiley
W. R. Thomas
David S. Wilkinson
Geo Malin, Jr.
        
Musician
Ringold Carman

Privates
James Arates
Wm Baily
Wm Bentley
Eli Baldwin 
Samuel Byers
Harman Bond
Townsend Brown, disc on surg cert 1863
John Chambers
John Carman
E.M. Collier
Hosea Collier, d. 1862 from wounds received at Antietam
Edward Davis
Wesley Darnell
Wm Epright
Samuel Emory
Rufus Ford
Lewis Farra
Daniel Faust, absent, sick at muster out
George Farren, disc on surg cert 1863
Evan Griffith, wounded 1863, absent in hospital at muster out
Andrew Gill
Wilmer Glisson, disch on surg cert 1862
Bernard Hawley
Alexander Henderson
Edward B. Hawley
Edwin HEck
W.H. Harp
John Hoober
Lewis Hall
Charles Hill
Morgan Hartman
Joseph Hughes
John Jester
Edwin John
Wm Johnson, died at Harpers Ferry 1862
John Jones
Henry Kamerer
F H Lamborn 
Robert Law
John Lloyd
Joseph Morris
John Morgan
Alfred Mullen
Joseph Mercer, wounded at Antietam 1862 absent in hospital at muster out
Lewis Nichols
Charles Patterson
John Pratt
Roland PEart
Joseph Pearce
Wm H H Pearce
Wm Pickaver
M H Pinkerton, died at Aquia Creek, Va 1863
Thomas Rambo
Samuel Reynolds
Charles P Rushton
Wm Rodenbaugh, disc on surg. cert 1862
Leonard Rickford
Jacob Stott
Wm Stamp
James Speakman
Canby Steele
Geo Steitler
William Steitler
John Sullivan
Edward Strong
Acker Smith, disc on surg cert 1863
Samuel Thorn, missing in action at Chancellorsville, Va 1863
George Tyson
Henry Thompson
Charles Treen, absent in hosp. at muster out
Edwin F. Terry
Jonathan Valentine, died of wounds received at Antietam, Md 1862
Plumer Walker
William G. Wilson
John Walker, absent in hosp at muster out
William Wagner
John Yoder
                 



Roster Source: J. Smith Futhey and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester County, Pennsylvania, with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches (Phila.: Louis H. Everts, 1881)






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