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One Hundred and Seventy-second Regiment, Company K

Recruited in Schuylkill and Northumberland Counties, Pennsylvania

172nd PA Regiment Co. K

Frank A. Hoffman

First Lieutenant
Abraham C. Williams

Second Lieutenant
Albert Adam
George B. Kiehl

First Sergeant
George Zimmerman

Sebastian Zimmerman
Henry C. Snyder
Fred'd M. Montelius
Ephraim Conrad

William Kambel
John B. C. Womer
Charles H. Klock
Abraham Kepler
William Shartel
Benjamin Hallman
Reuben Fegley
David Reed

Saviery W. Brown
Henry Troutman

Adam, Barnhard
Beck, David
Brosius, Peter
Bush, Benjamin
Brooks, Robert
Corl, Isaac
Deitz, Daniel
Eisenhard, Gabriel
Engel, Benjamin
Engel, William
Fagely, Elias
Feterolf, Henry
Fetter, John
Houpt, Benjamin
Heplet, Isaac
Heim, Isaac
Herb, Joseph
Herb, Isaac
Hetrick, Michael
Hetrick, Elias
Henninger, Nathan
Kahres, George E.
Knerr, Daniel
Knarr, Josiah
Kramer, George
Kepler, Benival
Knarr, William
Kroh, Elias
Latsha, Elias
Latsha, Adam
Letwiler, John
Latsha, Isaac
Malich, John L.
Mourer, CorneliusMace, Philip
Markel, Jacob
Oxenreiter, Jacob
Paul, John
Roudenbush, Joseph
Rabuck, Joseph
Rabuck, Samuel
Rabuck, Harrison W.
Ressler, Elias
Rabuck, William
Ronberger, Posier
Romberger, D. K.
Reitz, Philip S.
Rabuck, Daniel T.
Schlegel, Samuel
Snyder, Simon
Schlegel, Charles
Schrefler, John
Stroup, Henry
Smith, John
Snyder, Charles
Starr, Peter
Shafer, John
Snyder, George W.
Schmeltz, Solomon
Tyson, Jonas
Troutman, William
Trion, Peter
Tyson, Josiah
Wolfgang, Jacob L.
Wagner, Daniel
Wikel, Daniel
Wetzel, Daniel
Welker, Amos
Wolfgang, Elias
Wolfgang, Isaac
Wolfgang, Jacob D.
Wetzel, Edward
Wetzel, Joseph
Wolfgang, Joel
Yoter, Peter
Zerbe, David

Roster 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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