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One Hundred and Twenty-eighth Regiment, Company H



Recruited in Berks County, Pennsylvania

Felix Light Guards
128th PA Regiment Co. H

Captain
John Kennedy

First Lieutenant
Michael P. Boyer

Second Lieutenant
Abel Mishler
Richard F. Kerr
Peter A. Lantz

First Sergeant
Henry R. Laucks

Sergeant
William Morrison
Peter Betz
Michael Kelly
John Logan
Albert Myers

Corporal
David H. Long
William F. Burkhart
George W. Miller
Daniel K. Heck
Isaac Lawrence
Madison K. Smith
John Hardy
William M. Harbach

Musician
William W. Hearing
George M. Graul

Private
Boyer, John H.
Baum, James L.
Billman, Alfred
Baker, Paul
Boyer, Samuel H.
Brown, Daniel
Creswell, Isaac P.
Connolly, John
Dickinson, D. M.
DeTemple, Joseph
Deal, John
Deininger, Samuel
Feather, Joseph
Fair, John
Getz, George
Geissler, Christian
Gries, Charles
Good, Joseph
Hoyer, Jared H.
Heifelfinger, Alfred
Keyser, Abram
Knauss, Thomas P.
Lutz, William D.
Lindsey, John
Miller, John K.
Miller, Elijah B.
Mulvaney, Michael
Moyer, Joseph
Medlar, David
Miller, J. Ross
Miller, John
McDent, Edward
Noll, Peter
Oswald, Zacharias
Parker, Theodore
Richardson, James K.
Reiche, Ernst
Richards, Charles H.
Stump, John F.
Slenker, William A.
Strubing, George A.
Struhm, John
Savage, William H.
Smith, William A.
Schwoalf, Adam
Schaner, Peter
Scharman, Lewis G.
Umbenhower, W. M.
Wohensmith, S. S.
Wohlwend, Otto
Wagner, John
Wolf, John Homan
Yeager, John H.
Yoder, Seneca
Zeigler, Charles

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.



128th Regiment

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