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PA Civil War Volunteer Soldiers


One Hundred and Ninety-eighth Regiment, Company G



Recruited in Berks County, Pennsylvania


198th PA Regiment Co. G


Captain
William T. Guinther

First Lieutenant
John B. Sauermilch

Second Lieutenant
Jeremiah C. Keller

First Sergeant
Jonas Eckert

Sergeant
Isaac Eckert
Jeremiah O. Keller
John M. Weil
Franklin Kern
Henry Smith

Corporal
Isaac W. Brown
Cornelius Heist
William Angstadt
James Deverau
Edward Lorish
Frank Reifsnyder
Aaron Detweiler
Abraham Babb

Musician
William B. Weiser

Privates
Angstadt, Peter
Angstadt, Solomon
Allbright, David
Alexander, William
Ackerly, Jacob
Boyer, Levi
Batz, William
Barrett, John
Butterweck, William
Bernhard, David
Babb, Henry
Brenthinger, F. C.
Christman, Thomas
Dillinger, Charles
Deroner, Lewis
Dethamble, Joseph
Dry, Nicholas
Dull, Abraham
Dry, Lewis
Eck, Reuben
Ely, John
Fegley, James
Fenstermaker, Jacob
Fahringer, Benjamin
Frederick, Abraham
Frederick, Tilghman S.
Fossler, John
Fuchs, Adolph
Good, David
Graw, John
Guinther, Laphner
Greaff, Charles
Gintzley, Frederick
Gerlach, Michael
Guth, David D.
Gresle, Levi
Heist, John
Heist, David
Heist, Samuel
Hopper, Elias
Hertzog, Philip
Heilman, James G.
Hirst, William
Higgins, James
Hart, John
Jacoby, Franklin
Jefferson, William J.
Kressler, Levi
Llopp, Levi
Kissinger, Morris
Koch, William
Long, John
Landes, Jonathan
Levan, Abraham
Laderer, Charles
Miller, George
Miller, Edwin L.
Mills, Michael
Moyer, Reuben
Mertz, Henry
Muman, Francis
Miller, Wellington
Michael, Henry P.
McCarty, Amos
Noll, Jacob
Potter, William H.
Rapp, Philip
Reifsnyder, Samuel
Reifsnyder, Reuben
Seiple, Alfred
Smith, Jacob
Shupert, Augustus
Schlegel, Levi
Sicher, Annes
Strach, Thomas
Shunk, Peter
Smith, David
Staudt, Gideon D.
Troxel, Aaron
Weind, John
Williams, George

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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