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One Hundred and Seventy-third Regiment, Company E

Recruited in Perry & Luzerne Counties, Pennsylvania

173rd PA Regiment Co. E

Henry Charles

First Lieutenant
Isaac D. Dunkel

Second Lieutenant
Samuel Reen

First Sergeant
S. Kirk Jacobs

Joseph Hammaker
David P. Egolf
Samuel R. P. Brady
Henry M. Hoffman

Simon S. Charles
William Kipp
Theodore O'Neil
Robert Crane
Elias Clay
Andrew Noy
Jacob Potter
Josiah Clay
Alexander McConnel
Julius Weiner

Bressler, Charles
Brown, Christian
Basum, Henry
Bealor, William B.
Bair, Samuel
Bucher, George
Baker, Abram
Brenley, Benedict
Clemens, Peter
Crater, Lewis
Clemens, George J.
Derr, Henry
Ditman, Francis
Dunkel, John
Dressler, John
Fertenbaugh, D. P.
Fry, Samuel
Ferree, Cyrus
Foulk, Philip
Fisher, Earnest
Fleurie, Abram
Goughler, Absalom
Gohn, Samuel
Garnet, Andrew
Gowdy, John
Geiger, Philip
Geiger, Jacob
Hunter, Robert
Hair, Joseph
Hipple, John
Heckard, Lewis F.
Hammer, Henry
Holnsman, Daniel
Jones, Theodore
Jones, Ezekial
Jones, William
Kinzer, William
Killinger, John
Krumbaugh, Charles
Leiby, Samuel
Lydick, William
Long, John
Lear, William
Lydick, Samuel
Lightner, Samuel
Langan, Matthias
Myers, William A.
Miller, Charles S.
Miller, Jacob
McLintock, Benjamin
Naher, Charles
Parson, William
Powell, Lewis W.
Propping, Fernando
Percher, Jacob
Pilger, Charles
Roush, David
Reed, Jacob
Resinger, Lewis
Smiley, Henderson
Shearer, William
Sweger, David
Saucerman, William
Scandling, Jacob
Smith, Daniel
Staner, Emanuel
Shearer, John D.
Scott, John
Shaeffer, Reuben
Shaeffer, Daniel F.
Smith, Jonas
Smith, William
Smith, Jacob
Trostle, Solomon
Tobias, Reuben
Ulsh, Joseph
Williams, William
Wommelsdorf, George
Warner, Samuel
Young, Reuben

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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