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One Hundred and Fifty-first Regiment, Company H



Recruited in Berks County, Pennsylvania

151st PA Regiment Co. H

Captain
William K. Boltz

First Lieutenant
James L. Reber

Second Lieutenant
Albert Yost

First Sergeant
George W. Heilig

Sergeant
Percival G. Reber
Peter Sando
William M. Miller
Franklin R. Boltz

Corporal
Adam K. Derr
Isaac K. Derr
Levi Manbeck
Joel S. Strause
Joseph Y. Moyer
Jonathan G. Haag
Percival R. Goodman
Emanuel S. Strause
John H. Sheaffer

Musician
John Daniels
William H. Miller

Privates
Badgenstos, Daniel
Bechtel, David
Bickle, Albert L.
Boltz, Joseph S.
Boltz, Elias M.
Bender, John
Degler, Andrew
Emrich, Daniel
Fesler, John
Feather, William R.
Flocken, Jacob F.
Goodman, Joseph M.
Gottshall, Adam L.
Hay, Isaac
Henne, John L.
Hollenbach, William
Hix, Joseph
Kantner, Augustus H.
Klahr, Jacob B.
Kline, Edward S.
Knoll, William H. H.
Knoll, David K.
Knoll, Adam K.
Knoll, George K.
Knoll, William K.
Koble, Levi B.
Lengel, John
Loeb, Jacob
Loeb, Samuel B.
Logan, Benjamin
Long, Isaac
Lutz, Henry
Livengood, George
Loeb, William B.
Leis, Mandan W.
Manbeck, Mon. K.
Miller, John S.
Miller, Andrew
Mogle, Benjamin B.
Moll, Alfred
Norton, John
Ney, Joseph Z.
Ney, Moses W.
Richard, Jeremiah M.
Rothermel, John W.
Reber, George W.
Sattanzahn, Joseph
Strause, William S.
Strause, John T.
Strause, Solomon
Strause, William T.
Stouffer, Washington W.
Stupp, Ezra
Sausser, Joseph
Sausser, Jonathan
Sheaffer, William H.
Spengler, George K.
Seigfried, Adam
Wenrich, Jonathan S.
Wenrich, Henry S.
Wagner, Harrison
Wolf, Henry
Weaber, Henry M.
Wentz, William S.

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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