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Fourteenth Regiment, Company A

14th Regiment
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Recruited in Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 27, 1861
Union Guards
14th PA Regiment Co. A

D.A. Griffith   

First Lieutenant
J.A. McLean    

Second Lieutenant
E.J. Rauch

First Sergeant
J. Phillippi

Second Sergeant
Amos Arnold     

Third Sergeant
H. Missimer      

Fourth Sergeant
F.W. Berg      

First Corporal
Thomas Gabriel

Second Corporal
G.W. Rapp

Third Corporal
S. Dampman

Fourth Corporal
Bently Smith

H. Goodhart
Francis Bauer

Armstrong, John
Burns, Moses
Bauman, Joseph  
Bosler, Daniel  
Brookins, John H.  
Bell, Matthias  
Bell, Nelson      
Chalfant, Joseph
Cook, William    
DeVoute, Bartholomew
Deihm, Charles M.
Finkbone, Jacob
Fix, Samuel
Getrost, Henry
Getz, Leonard
Goodman, Aaron
Gottschall, Emanuel
Hiller, Gotlieb
Hindman, John S.
Hassinger, John H.
Hayes, George M.
Houder, Jacob
High, James      
Husk, Samuel
Hummel, Benjamin
Klemmer, Benjamin
Kramer, Nicholas
Kerper, Daniel
Lewis, William R.
Large, William
Lawrence, William
Lawrence, Joseph
Miller, Levi
Miron, Charles
May, Joel
Noland, Charles
Pollam, George
Quimby, Henry
Reigel, Charles
Roy, Milton
Reheufuss, Henry
Smeck, Ephraim
Steife, Harrison
Simon, Robert
Smith, Charles
Smith, Nicholas
Shalters, F.B., Jr.
Seaman, A.S.
Sailor, Henry
Sample, Henderson
Shultz, James A.
Trout, Cyrus          
Traite, Urias
Toole, James
Thompson, James M.
Tassel, Van
Ulmer, Frederick
Uxly, Cornelius
Wolf, Peter
Whitman, Edwin
Weidner, Philip
Zellers, Samuel

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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