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One Hundred and Fifty-first Regiment, Company K

Recruited in Berks County, Pennsylvania

151st PA Regiment Co. K

James W. Weida

First Lieutenant
Jacob J. Hessler

Second Lieutenant
Charles A. Trexler

First Sergeant
James B. Brown

Martin Reifinger
Adam Heilman
John Y. Seiders
Simon J. Arnold
Alexander Seiders

Philip Yearling
Amos Fisher
William Lindecukle
Frank Rowe
David Mabry
Elias Titlow
George Weidner
Aaron S. Holl
Francis S. Mellen
Cyrus Lutz
Daniel Weiser

William B. Weiser
Roland Lang

Armel, Matthias
Ammarell, Charles
Armbriester, George
Berger, Augustus
Bingamin, Ephraim
Bear, Adam
Bellis, William
Brensinger, Lovelin (shown as Llewellyn on his tombstone per his great-grandson).
Buck, Armandis
Belles, Levi B.
Bluck, Lewis B.
Borrell, John
Campman, David
Doneberger, Samuel
Deisher, Reuben
Drumheller, Peter
Epler, Jefferson
Eagua, Jonathan
Emrich, Philip
Fegeley, Marcus
Fisher, William S.
Fisher, William
Feiner, Joseph H.
Furman, William
Gross, John
Griscom, Samuel
Ginder, William
Giger, Franklin
Geist, Henry
Gift, Robert
Gehr, Cyrus
Ginder, Nicholas
Hayman, James B.
Hoss, William
Hollenbush, Daniel
Herbach, Peter K.
Humbert, Charles
Herb, John H.
Heffner, Benjamin
Heck, Peter R.
Hinnershitz, John A.
Kercher, James B.
Kercher, Charles H.
Kline, Augustus
Kline, Henry
Klein, William
Kocher, Adam D.
Keenner, Adam
Levan, Abraham
Lease, Mahlon
Lindecukle, H. S.
Maurer, William
Meckley, Lewis
Moyer, Reuben H.
Moyer, Benjamin F.
Poh, Matthew
Phillips, Franklin
Roth, Hillorous
Rapp, George W.
Remich, Jonas
Ruppert, Jacob
Rhoad, Samuel
Smeck, Charles
Smith, Aaron
Schillbach, Christian
Sicher, John
Sterner, Henry A.
Scheimer, David
Strauser, Jonathan
Shell, John O.
Trexler, Jonas
Wendling, Frank P.
Wisner, John J.
Weyandt, John
Weaber, Frank B.
Yergey, Henry
Youse, Marcus

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. Civil War Databases

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