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Thirty-second Regiment, Company F



Recruited in Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania

Washington Guards
32nd PA Regiment Co. F

Captain
Washington Richards
Albert P. Moulton

First Lieutenant
Henry Moulton

Second Lieutenant
Albert H. Jamison
Edward Kimull
Benjamin D. Hemming

Sergeant
Isaac Addis
Daniel Murphy
Levi Hoffmaster
Robert Smith
John VanDorn
Edward Clater
James M. Phillips
John M. Biery

Corporal
George Able
Levan Lehr
Wellington Miller

Musician
John P. Douth
Calvin Reedy

Privates
Andy, John
Adler, Charles
Adams, Jesse
Acker, Henry
Brown, John
Bard, John L.
Butz, William P.
Bowman, Henry
Blose, Edward
Beechart, Levi
Bernheisel, Levi
Borman, William
Boger, Henry
Becker, John A.
Burkhart, Henry
Bellas, Joseph
Conner, Joseph
Christman, Allen
Cooper, Jacob
Eisenboth, Henry
Ecknold, Henry
Filbert, Daniel
Gilbert, Adam
Gangwer, Andrew
Glennose, James
Hartzel, James
Heming, Jacob
Haverstick, Rudy
Herbrant, Joseph
Harsta, Henry
Henry, William
Hogan, Mark
House, John
Holbrick, Joseph
Jones, William
Jones, Henry
Jennings, Charles
Killpatrick, Edward
Killpatrick, Theodore
Kochel, Thomas
Killian, John H.
Kline, Manassah
Kelly, John
Labold, Willoug'by
Lippi, Pompelius
Lutz, Harrison
Leese, James
Leh, Franklin
Miles, Samuel
Mertz, Eugene
Lier, Adam
Mertz, Monroe
McFarland, Low. D.
Neal, George S.
Nunemacher, Uriah
Ruth, Josephus
Rambo, Alexander
Rusk, Peter
Ruhle, John
Reed, Cyrus
Rohrer, Andrew
School, John
Silbeman, John
Schneer, Levi
Stotz, William H.
Seidere, Joseph
Stadler, John
Seidere, Joseph
Sweeny, Hugh
Stallnecker, John H.
Tonia, William
Tracy, Michael
Trexler, John
Tice, Lewis B.
Trapold, Jacob
Walters, William
Weber, Adam
Wentzel, John
Wild, Edward
Whiteneck, Jacob
Zetze, Adolph

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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