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One Hundred and Ninety-fifth Regiment, Company A

195th Regiment
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Recruited in Berks County, Pennsylvania

195th PA Regiment Co. A

Captain
Henry D. Markley

First Lieutenant
William H. Krick

Second Lieutenant
Samuel Parvin

First Sergeant
John Moore

Sergeant
John Phillips
Martin Wagner
James L. Hess
Samuel A. Groff

Corporal
William Wanner
Gideon F. Egner
George Miller
George M. Hain
William  H. German
Samuel Addison  
Thomas Hart    
Theodore Dysher

Musician
Daniel Boas     
Zachary T. Bitting

Privates
Anthony, Conrad
Archer, William A.
Adams, Henry W.
Biehle, William
Boyer, Mahlon   
Berkheimer, Alfred
Bard, John L.   
Bower, John     
Bonsall, Amos M.
Cole, Daniel     
Carey, Daniel L.
Carlton, Frank  
Durell, Edward T.
Dunn, Benjamin  
Davis, James B.   
Drury, Edward D.
Darling, James   
Estline, Lewis
Edinger, Charles F.
Fsher, Charles
Fegley, Andrew  
Fields, John     
Graham, Benjamin
Gretzinger, John
Gray, Joseph    
Good, William
Gottsall, William
Gallagher, Charles
Gritner, Jackson
Hayden, Henry
Heister, Martin
Horn, Henry J.
Hook, Amos F. D.
Harner, George
Irwin, Emanuel
Johnson, Lewis D.
Kutz, Bentley
Miller, Morgan
Mason, Albert J.
McCorkhill, George
McLaine, Daniel
Newphey, Levi
Pent, George H.
Parker, Hiram
Richards, H. M. M.
Ringler, Daniel
Rittew, David L.
Rogers, Thomas
Ruth, John
Richards, Thomas
Rodgers, John
Rockey, Jasper H.
Smith, Peter     
Stackhouse, Theo'e
Seiverd, Joseph H.
Seidle, John     
Sallada, Edward  
Schwinger, Francis
Talbot, Charles W.  
Teed, Franklin   
Viven, Aaron R.  
Viven, Thomas T.
Weeks, Horace M.
Wagner, Frederick
Waleslagle, Perry J.
Witmer, Paul
Weirich, Emanuel

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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