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One Hundred and Eightieth Regiment, Company A

180th Regiment
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Recruited from Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania

180th PA Regiment Co. A

Captain
Levi B. Diller
Charles F. Hutson
Joseph R. Thomas
Samuel L. Huyett

First Lieutenant 
T.A. Zimmerman
John J. Hanlon

Second Lieutenant
John De Barry

First Sergeant
Ferdi'd Shatzbeck
James Morrison
Robert Ford

Quarter Master Sergeant
John Noll
Augustus Raybold
Patrick Brown
Lorenzo Civills

Com. Sergeant
Sameul Row
Peter Smith
Jonas R. Parmeter
James Welsh

Sergeant
Thomas W. Hanlon
Simon Nearhoof
James Keo
John Hogmire
John McFarland
John T. Baily
Charles P. Holahan
Henry Cole
Jacob Allison
Edward Brady
George Bond
George Brown
William Cramer

Corporal
Michael Keefe
John Howard
John F. Robelin
Thomas Richards
John A. Callahan
Barney Devine
William J. Moore
Henry S. Wilson
Thomas L. Morrison
John W. Ayres
Charles P. Everett

Bugler
James Dougherty
Joseph E. Duley
John Alexander

Blacksmith
John Davis

Farrier
Josiah Steward

Saddler
James Mullen

Private
Baker, Calvin B.
Burk, John M.
Bodley, Thomas J.
Bailey, John
Bolus, John
Brewer, Henry
Brusch, Lewis V.
Burwell, Henry
Black, Frederick
Barr, John
Carney, Patrick A.
Carter, Robert H.
Cox, John F.
Christy, Robert
Campbell. William F. 
Cokendafer, William
Cole, James B.
Creeley, Andrew
Carpenter, Benjamin O.
Corbett, John
Cox, Jackson G. 
Carson, Robert
Clewett, Joseph R.
Carroll, Thomas
Clark, John
Clogston, Howard
Campbell, Barney
Childs, John C.
Coleman, George
Derr, Charles L.
David, James
Denning, Patrick
Davis, Charles
Dorgan, Michael
Duff, Caleb W.
Dougherty, Patrick
Dugar, Benedict W.
Ellis, Henry C.
Fryburger, Jacob
Fury, Frederick M.
Fink, Peter
Fratt, John R.
Finroy, Benjamin
Franklin, Thomas
Funk, Joseph
Furey, Francis J.
Foster, William
Frantz, John
Feeney, Harry
Grissen, Theo B.
Gallagher, Thomas
Gallagher, William
Gillen, John
Grier, Samuel
Gurrin, Samuel
Hamilton, Samuel
Hunter, Mahlon R.
Hall, Cyrus B.
Holahan, Rich'd J.
Hessian, Dennis
Hunter, Henry
Hartley, William I.
Harris, James B.
Harvey, John
Handley, Paul
Hamill, Henry
Hugg, John W.
Henderson, William
Howe, William
Howard, William
Haverfall, William
Jacoby, John
Jackson, Daniel
Jones, John
Johnson, James
Johnson, Charles E.
Kinsloe, Alfred
Kahn, Asa
Kearney, John
Kelly, John J.
Kulkope, John
Lilly, Francis P.
Lescher, Gottlieb
Lunand, Thomas
Lewis, James
Lee, Howard
LeCompte, William
Logan, Banks B.
Murphy, John
Meeker, Stephen
Myers, Benjamin
Morgan, William G.
Martin, Alfred J.
Moss, Hiram L.
Moore, John
McIntyre, James
McIntyre, Patrick
McGovern, John
McCarthy, Timothy
McClain, William
McVeigh, Joseph,
McCoy, Joseph
Nunemaker, T.F.
Nevins, John
Noble, Theodore
Nane, Fantz
Port, John W.
Pennebaker, John
Peterson, John C.
Powers, David W.
Rinehard, Hiram B.
Rice, John F.
Rapp, Lewis
Robb, James E.
Rutherford, William
Ruske, Charles R.
Robertson, Thomas J.
Reinard, Herman
Richer, Joseph B.
Schaffer, Joseph
Spearman, John J.
Strobel, Frederick
Sattler, Gustavus
Sweeney, Michael
Sinfield, James
Snyder, Martin
Smith, David 
Stuart, Fleming
Stephens, Nich's P.
Sheppard, Charles
Stein, Andrew
Straley, Frederick
Smith, Harry
Stanhope, John
Schiverly, john
Thomas, John
Thorne, Powell R.
Thayler, Louis
Unger, George
Warner, Andrew
Welsh, Edward
Wallace, Kephart
Warner, Lemuel
Watson, Thomas
Webster, Philip A.
Witman, Gottleib
Ward, James
Welsh, John
Yerger, Clement



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