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Forty-eighth Regiment, Company G



Recruited in Pottsville, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania

48th PA Regiment Co. G

Captain
Philip Nagle
Oliver C. Bosbyshell
Richard M. Jones
William Auman

First Lieutenant
Cyrus Scheetz
Curtis C. Pollock
William H. Hardell

Second Lieutenant
Henry C. Jackson
George Farne

First Sergeant
Charles F. Kuentzler

Sergeant
Robert Smith     
Theodore F. Patterson
Reuben Reeser
James C. Nies  
Charles B. Evans
Edward H. Sillyman
Edward Flanagan
Daniel Doone

Corporal
William Martin
Henry Krebs       
John Hutton      
John W. Smith    
Alexander Govan 
Monroe Schreffler
John P. Kuentzler
Patrick Nash  
John Humble
James Auman
David P. Brown  
John P. Hodgson

Musicians
Samuel Banghart
Charles H. May

Privates
Abrahams, Abraham
Atkinson, William P.  bio
Allison, James    
Armstrong, John
Becker, John 
Brown, John R.
Brown, Robert D.
Boyle, Patrick
Baily, Peter    
Bergen, William
Burkey, Henry     
Betz, Joel H.    
Bergen, Mathusa'm
Baden, Nicholas
Boyer, Daniel    
Brennan, Michael 
Bright, Louis A.
Beidleman, William A.
Burmish, Henry
Bell, Joseph  
Brennan, Lawrence.
Cheetham, Joseph
Clark, Michael     
Cunningham, Patrick
Calihan, Andrew
Calahan, James  
Chadwick, James
Clemens, John S.
Clark, Thomas    
Carroll, Peter   
Comp, Solomon 
Clark, Charles
Droble, John  
Delany, John
Daly, Patrick 
Duffey, Thomas
Doolin, Henry  
Diehl, Philip L.
Dates, William H.
Dentzer, Henry C.
Darkin, William  
Draup, George 
Deitrick, Jacob
Eberle, David 
Evans, Clay W.  
Evans, Clement
Farne, William 
Frazer, James 
Frazer, John
Flickinger, Benjamin
Fralick, George A.
Falkrot, Nicholas
Fink, George 
Frederick, Joel 
Freeman, William J.
Fers, Nicholas 
Farne, John    
Galligan, John   
Goodman, Matthias
Gwinner, Jacob
Grant, Patrick   
Glassmier, W. J.
Galligan, Patrick
Grace, John    
Hendley, Adam  
Hannings, Robert
Hoover, Henry  
Hess, William  
Howell, Thomas   
Hablery, Henry  
Hazzard, Charles H.
Hinch, Frederick C.
Iddings, Lewis  
Jones, J. Howard 
Jones, John       
Kautter, John    
Kain, George  
Kyler, Henry
Koegel, John     
Krebs, Pharoah W.
Lechler, David  
Lobamaer, Henry  
Lawrence, George R.
Loeser, Charles, Jr.
Maurer, William  
McDaniels, W. S.
Moser, John     
Moyer, Jonathan     
Milligan, William
Mulholland, John
Myer, George     
Martin, William
McVane, John 
Mason, William
McCabe, Edward 
Middleton, Patrick
Muldowney, James    
Muldowney, John     
Mank, Joel A. 
Norigang, Peter
Nagle, Henry W.
Ocker, Henry   
Owens, Edward
Price, William
Pugh, John    
Phillips, William
Quinn, Louis
Regan, John J.   
Reppert, John 
Royer, Joseph
Rogers, Uriah W.
Robinson, James R.
Rite, Isaac     
Reed, Joshua    
Rudolph, John   
Reid, Robert A.
Rogers, John    
Reed, Adam     
Raush, Valentine
Ryan, Patrick    
Schrow, Dewald        
Sennett, James
Sheaffer, Christian
Shaw, William H.
Savage, Patrick      
Stall, William     
Smith, Thomas     
Sykes, Edward
Slatterly, William R.
Spencer, James   
Simpson, William
Smith, Patrick    
Smith, William  
Shaw, John        
Stevenson, William
Strauser, William
Timmons, Charles
Toben, John      
Wallbridge, Adol's B.
Walburn, David    
Wright, John       
Williams, William
Willingham, John'n 
Wonders, John  
Wright, Isaac     
Yerger, Henry  

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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