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Twenty-Fifth Regiment, Company I

Recruited in Doylestown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in April 28, 1861
Doylestown Guards
25th PA Regiment Co. I

William W.H. Davis

First Lieutenant
Jacob Swartzlander

Second Lieutenant
George T. Harvey

First Sergeant
James Reed Orum

Second Sergeant
Moses Kulp

Third Sergeant
Edward L. Rodgers

Fourth Sergeant
William Stavely, Jr.

First Corporal
William W. Marple

Second Corporal
Theophilius Kephart

Third Corporal
Julius Kuster

Fourth Corporal
William H. Anglemyer

William K. Shearer
John Hargrave
Andress, Lazarus C.
Beal, Eleazer
Berkelback, William
Brunner, Thomas, Jr.
Croasdale, Samuel
Carver, James M.
Clemens, Jacob
Crouthamel, Emanuel K.
Coar, Francis
Clossen, John W.
Darling, Edwin S.
Dyer, Cephas W.
Emery, George W. 
Everhart, George A.
Fretz, Edwin
Fries, Jacob
Follis, William
Frankinfield, Charles
Frankinfield, Christian K.
Frankinfield, Lawrence
Fussman, Samuel C.
Firman, David
Gensel, Ira F.
Glase, Jacob W.
Green, H. Augustus
Garren, Samuel N.
Hendric, James D.
Hinkle, Philip
Hargrave, Henry
Haney, Henry W.
Haney, William P.
Hart, George
Hart, Samuel, Jr.
Hart, Thomas
Harvey, Joseph H.
Hoffman, Charles W.
Hogeland, John S.
Hough, John S.
Hofford, Eli
Jenks, Michael E.
Jordon, William H.
Kaehline, William
Kibby, Edgar
Laughlan, J. McDonald
Lewis, John M.
Markley, Levi K.
Magill, Eugene
Marley, Frederick
McCoy, John
Mellis, Edward S.
McDowell, William H.
McCarty, William
Peirce, Andrew
Peters, William
Rogers, James M.
Rush, Lawrence
Shearer, William A.
Service, Henry S.
Sunderland, George
Townsend, Stephen
Tomlinson, Thomas P.
Tomlinson, Enos F.
Widdifield, Henry A.
Walker, William

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. Civil War Databases

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