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One Hundreth and Twenty-seventh Regiment, Company I



Recruited in Adams County, Pennsylvania

127th PA Regiment Co. I

Captain
Ira R. Shipley
Christian A. Nissley

1st Lieutenant.
James S. Shoemaker
Jerome W. Henry

2nd Lieutenant
William W. Reed


1st Sergeant
Charles G. Miller
Augustus A. Welsh
David Early
Samuel G. Sheaffer
John M. Segner


Corporal
George A. Wolf
R'ben K. Newhard
Michael Baker
Shade G. Stevens
Jacob Stambaugh
Joseph Early
William S. Myers
William A. Forney


Musician
Simon Wheeler
Edward F. A. Clark


Private
Arnold, Eli
Alexander Francis
Auge, Valentine
Blasser, Andrew
Baer, Daniel
Baker, Daniel L.
Black, Jacob
Becker, Martin
Bachman, Peter
Black, Daniel
Bupp, Joseph T.
Cilley, John
Day, George
Davis, James M.
Druckenmiller, A.
Early, Benjamin W.
Fickle, Thaddeus
Frantz, Adam
Fidell, Francis
Gelvin, John
Gardner, Theo.
Heikes, John E.
Hanson, Christian
Jones, Michael
Kindt, Anthony
Livingston, William
Livingston, JamesW.
Loser, Jacob
Lentz, Alfred
Lessley, John
Lillienstine, Charles
Lentz, Eli
Menear, Edward J.
Myers, Daniel S.
Mumper, Levi
Miller, John H.
Mark, John G.
Miller, Daniel
Myer, Henry
Moneghan, John
Mondorff, David
Myers, Jacob H.
Nipple, Jeremiah
Neiif, Joseph
Norman, Edward
Osborne, John H.
Packhan, Bradd
Rupp, Henry
Robb, John A.
Rankin, William
Rhodes, Henry
Stough, Joseph
Sheaffer, John W.
Stevens, Edward
Sheaffer, Jacob S.
Shutt, John I.
Shultz, John A.
Sheaffer, Jacob
Trimmer, Andrew
Vernosdale, Uriah
Welsh, George W.
Wendling, Adam
Weltmer, Martin
Walborn, Elijah
Wieirman, Joseph E.
Wilhelm, Lewis
Young, James
Yann, John

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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