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Twenty-Fifth Regiment, Company C

25th Regiment
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Recruited in Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 18, 1861
2nd Ringgold Infantry
25th PA Regiment Co. C

Captain
Henry Nagle, 

First Lieutenant
E. L. Smith. 

Second Lieutenant
A. H. Seyfert, 
Charles B. Ansart, 

First Sergeant
George W. Knabb, 

Second Sergeant
James Gentzler, 

Third Sergeant
Henry Whiteside, 

Fourth Sergeant
Jonathan Sherer, 

First Corporal
J. L. Kennedy, 

Second Corporal
E. T. Weist, 

Third Corporal
J. D. Koch, 

Fourth Corporal
R. R. Burkett, 

Musician
Michael Moss,

Privates:

Ash, Solomon
Bechtel, Aaron
Becker, J. P.
Becker, Joseph
Boyer, H. T.
Britton, William
Burrows, John
Carroll, William
Curtin, Patrick
Dickinson, Daniel
Donnigan, James
Dooley, John
Ebbling, E. G.
Eltz, Robert
Eppinger, John
Evans, Samuel
Foley, Edmund
Foren, Michael
Fox, H. T.
Frantz, C. C.
Fricker, Henry
Geiger, Henry
Haberacker, William
Henderson, John
Herbst, William
Housel, F.
Howard, David
Irving, William
Koch, Orlando
Lambert, Enoch
Lantz, P. A.
Lashorn, Maurice
Levan, A. H.
Mack, W. P.
Madara, William
McCabe, Edward
McDonald, James E.
Morton, Lawrence
Nagle, John F
Parvin, Saul
Paul, John
Polte, Augustus
Pugh, William
Redcay, Charles J.
Reider, John
Roberts, William R.
Roy, Thomas C.
Sammon, James
Sanders, H.
Saurbier, William
Seitzinger, Charles
Seltzer, Frederick
Seltzer, J. G.
Shalter, Richard
Sheerey, Albert
Sheerey, George
Smeck, Frank
Smith, William H.
Spangler, Charles
Strunk, H. C.
Watkins, Andrew
Yeager, E. S. 

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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