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One Hundred and Eighty-second Regiment, Company K - Twenty-first Cavalry



Recruited in Schuylkill / Franklin Counties, Pennsylvania

182nd PA Regiment Troop K

Captain
Robert J. Boyd

First Lieutenant
Henry C. Phenicie

Second Lieutenant
Louis H. Henkell

First Sergeant
George W. Kennedy

Quartermaster Sergeant
Levi J. Grawl

Commissary Sergeant
Daniel Bitner

Sergeant
John Palmer
Archibald Rymer
Samuel Palmer
John W. Kuhn
Philip L. Gardner
J. Wilson Hoover

Corporal
George W. Lewis
Jacob Kuhn
David Criswell
J. Dallas Frye
Henry Bartle
James L. Weagly
Jacob L. Bowles
John Thompson

Buglar
John S. Koons
Matthew Myers

Blacksmith
John Gams

Farrier
Harry Haulman

Saddler
John Phreanor

Privates
Armstrong, David
Anderson, Oscar
Alexander, Albert
Barrett, Charles
Brindle, John
Cleary, Thomas J.
Champion, William
Chambers, Thomas
Cook, William B.
Davis, William
Dyer, Elisha
Donnelly, George
Davis, Henry
Easton, Upton
Fulton, David L.
Frye, Jonas M.
Graham, Robert
Grossman, Reuben
Graves, Banner
Hullinger, Samuel
Keyser, Davidson
Kennedy, Charles
Kissinger, George S.
Lovett, George
Mummert, John W.
Mummert, Jere
McLaughlin, Daniel
McCutcheon, Frank
McCormie, John
Pensinger, John
Pool, Jacob
Pensinger, Jacob
Palmer, Simon
Pensinger, William H.
Pensinger, William
Rankin, William
Ritter, Jacob B.
Ridenour, Lewis
Ross, George
Russell, James W.
Shrader, Jacob
Sheely, Abraham
Speer, James K.
Stoner, Joel
Smith, Peter
Snyder, Jeremiah
Small, Edward G. W.
Swisher, George W.
Smith, William L.
Snyder, George W.
Swisher, Peter
Scully, Andrew W.
Shrader, Henry
Sweany, John D.
Taylor, David
Unger, Martin
Unger, Charles
Wagner, Alfred
Woods, James A.

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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