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Forty-eighth Regiment, Company D

48th Regiment
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Recruited in Pottsville, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania

Nagle Guards
48th PA Regiment Co. D

Captain
Daniel Nagle
William W. Potts
Peter Fisher
Jacob F. Werner

First Lieutenant
Charles Kleckner
James K. Helms  
Henry E. Stichter
H. Rothenberger

Second Lieutenant
Alexander H. Fox
Henry P. Owens
H. C. Burkhalter

First Sergeant
Henry C. Graeff
A. R. Novinger  

Sergeant
William Bambrick
William Timmons
George Bowman 
Bodo Otto         
Franklin Hock   
Franklin Dorward
David Smith   

Corporal
George Ramer  
Edward Reichard
Leonard Shrishun
James Evans     
John H. Derr
Israel Vancannon
Edward Lenhart 
Levi Derr      
Johnson Steacy
Walter P. Amis   
Jonathan Deitrich
Philip Beckman
Patrick Cooligan
Henry D. Moyer  
Samuel Kessler
James L. Baum
Zachariah T. Moyer

Musicians
Henry C. Heisler
Charles Brobst
Jeremiah Meinder 

Privates
Artz, George
Atchison, William
Baum, Charles W. 
Baum, Orlando  
Boyer, John B.  
Bower, Jonathan
Buddinger, Joseph
Bean, Albert 
Bailey, Loyal 
Bird, Emanuel    
Bradley, James    
Beissel, George S.
Brown, John
Boggs, Alexander 
Brannan, James, Sr.
Bambrick, John  
Bambrick, James
Baily, Mattis  
Brannan, James, Jr.
Cooper, George W. H.
Clark, George 
Cook, George  
Casper, Jacob L.
Cullen, James  
Deitrich, Charles
Deitrich, Lewis   
Dentzer, Henry    
Derr, John W.        
Derr, Jacob           
Deitrick, Daniel 
Dalions, James J.
Donohue, John N.
Dolan, John          
Dorward, Henry
Deitrich, John    
Dener, Christian
Derr, Eli     
Eppley, Samuel  
Ebbert, Edward J.  
Eyster, Solomon 
Fisher, Albert D.
Frankenbury, F.  
Graeff, Franklin B.
Grim, Horatio
Goodfleck, William
Geist, Henry   
Gahaghan, R.    
Gootshall, Henry
Heinan, Mattis
Haley, John 
Hhesser, Charles F.
Hartz, George    
Hoover, John     
Hartman, John    
Houch, William      
Heevener, J. W. 
Hartz, Peter   
Jones, Thomas      
Jacoby, George
James, George W.
Kline, Charles    
Kline, Isaiah   
Klauser, Jacob
Knarr, Daniel    
Kreiger, Francis J.
Kahler, John    
Knittle, Andrew
Kessler, Nathan  
Klinger, Zames   
Knoll, George W.  
Kister, Daniel    
Kahler, Elias 
Kreiger, Peter C.
Kaufman, Jonathan
Kiney, Thomas   
Koble, Elias  
Kantner, Philip H.
Kesler, John  
Klock, Andrew
Kreiger, David T.
Kline, Jarret 
Kline, George W. 
Kline, Benjamin
Koons, Joseph 
Koons, Jacob 
Letrich, Philip   
Lindenmuth, Joseph
Lindenmuth, C. M.
Moyer, William F.
Maury, David     
Merwine, Daniel   
McGuire, Edward
Miller, Frederick
Montgomery, Levi     
Miner, Philip        
McLane, John  
Morgan, Elias    
Miller, Gustavus A.
Miller, Jonas  
McBride, Richard B.
Martz, George
Miller, Charles 
Mangham, James
Morgan, James D.  
Nailich, Tilghman
Niland, Thomas A.   
Nolan, John   
Nunemacher, John
Nagle, Abraham 
Nolan, James   
Okam, Jonathan  
Okam, Daniel    
Phillips, Chester
Reeser, Samuel
Ritter, Simon 
Risborn, James  
Ritter, Simon      
Ryan, William  
Raber, Jonas Z. 
Stichter, Alfred J.
Shriver, Frank B.     
Shollenberger, Charles
Schmidt, Jacob E.
Straub, Emanuel
Smith, William H..
Strauser, Perry L.
Shertle, George     
Sullivan, John    
Shaeffer, Mattis
Stellwagon, George W.
Seaman, Addison S.  
Spear, Andrew      
Stichter, Samuel
Trump, Peter    
Troup, John     
Tobergte, Augustus
Ungstart, Solomon
Williams, Henry  
Williams, David
Weikel, William  
Weikel, John D.    
Wenrich, Samuel    
Wolf, Daniel       
Weldy, Daniel         
Walbridge, Amos F.
Willis, Thomas D.
Winkleman, Charles
Wolfgang, George W.
Williams, William H.
Wischke, Thomas  
Wagner, Aaron B.    
Whalan, Thomas  
Wildt, Christian
Williamson, Henry
Yerger, Charles S.
Yarnall, Solomon
Zeigler, Joseph
Zimmerman, Elias 

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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