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Fourteenth Regiment, Company G

14th Regiment
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Recruited in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 27, 1861
Ridge Rangers
14th PA Regiment Co. G

John B. Keenan

First Lieutenant
Joseph West

Second Lieutenant
James Carnahan

First Sergeant
Joseph W, Churns

Second Sergeant
Harmon Burd

Third Sergeant
James Mullen

Fourth Sergeant
Wesley Taylor

First Corporal
Thomas C. McGuire

Second Corporal
Henry Stickle

Third Corporal
Robert Knox

Fourth Corporal
John Nicely

Wilson J. Aikens
William Kells

Aman, Edward
Artist, William
Baird, William
Beck, George
Beck, John
Berlin, Joseph
Berry, John
Blackburn, John
Baird, Simeon
Caten, John
Craig, John B.
Culbertson, Thomas
Dougherty, William
Fink, Jacob
Flint, Samuel
Fritz, Alexander
Fritz, Jeremiah
George, Peter
Gibson, William
Geiger, Benjamin
Hill, Jacob
Hill, John
Hood, George W.  
Hughes, Isaac
Irwin, Elias
Jelly, George W. 
Keiffer, John
Kelly, Joseph
Kelly, M. A.
Kennedy, Henry
Larimer, John
Lauffenberger, Frederick
Leap, Michael
Long, Jacob
Lowry, William
Martin, Adam
Miller, Tenedore
Mitchell, William
Moore, Cornelius
Moore, George W. 
Nicely, Shannon
Noel, Emanuel
Noel, John
Parker, John
Peden, William
Penn, Robert
Ream, John
Randolph, James
Reising, John
Seigfried, David
Shirey, Hiram
Showers, Benjamin
Short, Tarn
Stephenson, William
Stickle, Peter
Smith, John
Stoot, Joseph
Smith, George W. 
Taylor, Jonathan
Taylor, Wesley
Thomas, James
Walker, John S.
Waughaman, John
Wallace, Peter G.
Wittenberger, Joseph

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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