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Sixteenth Regiment, Company G



Recruited in York, York County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 25, 1861
Hanover Infantry
16th PA Regiment Co. G

Captain
Cyrus Diller

First Lieutenant
Henry Morningstar

Second Lieutenant
Joseph S. Jenkins

First Sergeant
Michael Harmon

Second Sergeant
Isaac Wagner

Third Sergeant
John Shanesy

Fourth Sergeant
Joel Henry

First Corporal
Adam Morningstar

Second Corporal
William Shuman

Third Corporal
George E. Yingling

Fourth Corporal
Joseph A. Slagle

Musician
Simon J. Diller
Thomas L. Wirt

Privates
Bair, Theodore
Beard, William A.
Beard, Walter F.
Butt, Peter
Buehler, Martin
Bupp, William
Boyer, Frederick M.
Collins, William
Chrum, Michael
Divine, John
Dillen, Samuel
Eline, John A.
Forest, John S.
Fleming, Henry
Gleason, Leo
Grimm, Sebastian
Hubley, Henry
Herman, Michael
Kouck, John
Krook, John H.
Kneidler, Daniel
King, Levi
King, Adam
Livingston, George
Low, Jacob
Luttenberger, George
Long, George
Mowery, Charles
Myers, Charles
McKinsey, Joseph
Mann, Matthias
Metzer, Henry C.
Newman, William
Petry, John
Parr, Rufus
Reaver, Peter
Ritzel, George
Runk, John
Spence, John
Shull, David
Sickel, William
Sickel, George
Stine, Henry
Shull, Andrew G.
Stair, Daniel F.
Shriver, Jacob H.
Steininger, Franklin
Schrall, Henry
Simpson, John
Sayers, Thomas
Sharp, Franklin
Snyder, Edward H.
Snyder, Conrad
Trone, Gustavus
Test, Abraham
Walker, George W.
Wise, Michael
Witter, Samuel
Wagner, John
Wolf, Andrew
Welsh, George W.
Wagner, Christian

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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