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Sixteenth Regiment, Company E



Recruited in Silver Creek, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 27, 1861
Wynkoop Artillery
16th PA Regiment Co. E

Captain
William Winlack

First Lieutenant
Patrick McQuail

Second Lieutenant
Lawrence Ennis

First Sergeant
William Cullen

Second Sergeant
Robert Wasson

Third Sergeant
James Callery

Fourth Sergeant
William Trainor

First Corporal
Stafford Johnson

Second Corporal
John Cartey

Third Corporal
Charles Murry

Fourth Corporal
Thomas Feeley

Musician
James McAllister
Michael Martin

Privates
Berger, Solomon
Brennin, James
Crommery, Stephen
Corby, William
Clements, Samuel
Cramer, Francis
Corkran, Thomas
Coogan, Richard
Dinsmore, John
Dawson, Robert
Dumm, Charles
Delaney, Patrick
Davis, Evan
Dooling, Francis
Dunevan, Patrick
Davis, David G.
Elliott, John
Foley, Michael
Fuller, Dennis
Fitzpatrick, William
Fairchild, Samuel
Geary, John
Higgins, John
Higgins, Patrick
Hill, Jacob
Harp, Albanis
Haas, John S.
Irving, James
Jones, Daniel
King, Martin
McAllister, David
Miller, Thomas
Miller, William
Morrison, Charles
McKinney, James
Meighan, James
McGonagle, Peter
McGraw, John
McFadden, Charles
Moore, Thomas
O'Brian, Michael
O'Brian, Thomas
Platt, Jonah
Rogers, Andrew
Rogers, George
Rouke, John
Rosser, John
Sneddin, John
Shields, James
Soesby, James
Snyder, William
Scott, John
Slowey, John
Sponsler, Andrew
Tosh, Thomas
Trainer, William
Thompson, John
Taylor, William
Thomas, John
Williams, John S.
Wingard, John L.
Welsh, Edward
Waters, Richard S.
Young, Henry C. 

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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