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One Hundred and Seventy-third Regiment, Company D

173rd Regiment
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Recruited in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania


Bierer Guards
173rd PA Regiment Co. D

Captain
Samuel B. Graeff

First Lieutenant
Benjamin F. Solliday

Second Lieutenant
Charles F. Miller

First Sergeant
Franklin B. Graeff

Sergeant
Jacob Bock
Elias Gildner
Martin Bensinger
William Bacher

Corporal
Emanuel Sassaman
William B. Schock
Aaron Miller
Philip Wertman
William W. Seltzer
Henry Endy
David Mantz 
John Kemery

Private
Adam, Daniel
Ackerman, Joseph
Biebelhemer, Peter
Bitting, Aaron
Balliet, John H.
Behr, Eli
Bachert, James
Billman, Gideon
Bolig, Levi F.
Bachman, Peter
Breish, Fraley
Billman, Reuben
Cole, Jacob
Dienar, James M.
Daubert, Isaac
Eckroth, Aaron
Eckroth, Moses
Faust, John F.
Folk, Henry
Guldner, Jacob
Gombar, Henry
Gibson, William
Geschwender, William
Grin, Jesse
Good, Elam
Gerber, David
Haldeman, Samuel
Haldeman, John
Haas, Peter
Houser, William
Henninger, Thomas
Houser, Nathan
Homan, Henry
Hartung, Samuel H.
Hoffman, Reuben
Kapb, George
Kistler, Jonas K.
Koenig, Emanuel
Kocher, Elias
Knittle, William
Knittle, Benjamin
Leiby, Jacob L.
Lutz, Mahlon
Leiser, John
Leaser, Daniel
Miller, Joseph R.
Miller, Reuben F.
Moll, David
Mehs, Daniel
Mantz, William
Mantz, Isaac
Nunamacher, James
Rhinehart, John W.
Rubrecht, John
Reber, Franklin
Searles, William
Schwergert, Philip
Snyder, Solomon
Steigerwalt, Peter
Snyder, Simon
Steigerwalt, Frank
Schoch, Florentine B.
Sassaman, Joel
Steigerwalt, David
Wertman, Levi
Wert, Daniel
Werman, Willoughby
Wertman, Elias
Wertman, Samuel
Werley, Stephen
Wehr, Nathan
Weaver, Benjamin
Zehner, Nathan H.

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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