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Forty-eighth Regiment, Company C

48th Regiment
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Recruited in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in July, 1861
Tower Guards
48th PA Regiment Co. C

Captain
Henry, Pleasants
George W. Gowen     
William Clark   

First Lieutenant
T. J. Fitzsimmons  
Charles Loeser   
James Clark

Second Lieutenant
Henry Weiser    

First Sergeant
Samuel Weiser       
Charles W. Erdman

Sergeant
Charles H. Miller
John Roerty          
Jonas Geier  
Samuel Wallace 
John Shelby     
Henry Redge       
Oliver C. Hatch
Arthur P. Hatch

Corporal
Michael Condron
William Livingston
James Nicholson  
James Schenk     
James Horn      
John Harrison  
Casper Henry    
William Daubert, Jr.
Alfred W. Miller
David O'Brien
James Hood      
Richard Ryan     
James Gribens
Edward Monahan
John Dooley

Musicians
Lewis Howard    
Henry Hirst
James Brennan

Privates
Adams, Dennis    
Betz, Harrison      
Boyle, Thomas     
Botts, Charles N.
Bundy, James 
Bradley, Orio 
Beatty, Robert  
Buchannan, John  
Brannan, Murt   
Brown, Daniel  
Brooks, William   
Bowman, Peter    
Brennan, Edward  
Brennan, William 
Brennan, Murt    
Burke, William   
Cockley, James  
Cummings, Dominick   
Clarke, Robert    
Cassady, William     
Carr, John        
Carroll, Daniel 
Conner, James      
Dougherty, John     
Dersh, Henry   
Dunlevy, Andrew 
Dooling, John  
Dehne, Paul     
Davis, Lindsay   
Demmerce, William
Dintinger, Charles F.
Dumott, Henry 
Dunn, Thomas  
Dudley, William 
Daniels, Edmund
Door, John    
Elliott, William J.
Elliott, Thomas   
Early, Henry     
Earley, Michael  
Farrell, William 
Fotzpatrick, William
Fulmer, Henry       
Farrell, Patrick
Foust, David    
Frazier, Albert T.  
Flagerty, Daniel  
Grover, Jacob A. 
Griffith, Benjamin F.
Gysi, Henry         
Groduvannt, Casper
Gillchrist, Thomas
Graham, Gilbert  
Gates, James T. 
Geker, Abraham     
Gettler, Barney   
Green, John    
Gordon, Charles H.
Hanhu, Thomas      
Harrison, Samuel
Hatch, George W. 
Hoffman, Jacob  
Haines, William J.
Hartman, John F.
Hartley, James      
Haines, Jacob   
Henry, Charles H.
Hunt, William  
Hitchings, George
Hartnet, John   
Inhoff, John       
Jones, William     
Jones, John     
Johnston, William    
Jacobus, Abraham  
Jones, Jacob     
Jones, John W.
Kelly, Martin
Kurts, Albert    
Lynch, Patrick   
Low, James      
Leiser, Daniel   
Lozens, Moritz     
Lambert, Enoch      
Larkin, William  
Long, Allen A. D.
Little, John     
Lewis, Theodore     
McGinnis, Edward 
McCoy, Anthony  
Madison, John C. 
Mackey, Bird P.
Matteson, John   
McDermed, Henry
McDermott, Michael
Miller, Albert    
Martin, James F.    
McLaughlin, Michael 
Murphy, James 
Miles, William 
Morgan, Edward 
Mohan, Michael 
McVoy, Thomas    
McElrath, James
Mullen, John  
Merling, Henry   
McElrath, Robert
Murray, John     
Murphy, John  
Nolan, Jerry    
Neely, William
Neely, Andrew 
Owens, Thomas   
Owens, Edward   
Pichford, Hugh    
Quigley, Lewis C.
Rogers, William 
Roberts, James  
Rodgers, Robert  
Rogers, James    
Reighard, Daniel
Smith, Jacob    
Smith, Francis C.
Scott, Andrew         
Straugh, Isaac
Seibert, George C. 
Sweeney, Dennis 
Shearer, William     
Skinner, Charles H.
Sullivan, Thomas  
Stover, Ludwig
Sturn, Joseph        
Sweeney, William 
Stalnacker, Obediah
Sweeney, Edward   
Strauser, Solomon 
Thompson, Edward  
Toben, Martin     
Titus, Theodore  
Toben, Richard  
Thomas, William  
Wheatley, John S.    
Womer, Abednego   
Wilson, Thomas     
Wiler, John      
Whitlear, John     
Walters, Henry 
Wagner, Franklin
Williams, William D.
Wayland, Thomas 
Walker, Charles   
Wiser, John    

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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