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Forty-eighth Regiment, Company H



Recruited in Pottsville, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania

48th PA Regiment Co. H

Captain
Joseph A. Gilmour
William J. Hinkle   
Alba C. Thompson

First Lieutenant
Alexander S. Brown
Thomas S. Sillyman

Second Lieutenant
Edward C. Baird 
Charles H. Miller
S. B. Laubenstine
David B. Brown

First Sergeant
Daniel D. McGinnes  
Peter Radelberger

Sergeant
Henry Burnsteel  
Daniel Moser         
Henry Fey    
Anthony Herbert
William Brown   
J. R. Hetherington
Samuel M. Ruch 
Thomas J. Rose
William T. Garrett

Corporal
Charles Focht 
William Burlee    
William A. Lloyd 
Henry C. Mathews 
Jacob C. Witman 
James Wentsell 
John Cruikshank 
John E. Benedict
Alfred C. Forney
Henry Shay 
Charles Norrigan
Charles C. Hinkle
Joseph Reed
R. A. Jenkins

Musicians
Andrew J. Snyder

Privates
Aurand, Lewis    
Acorn, Martin       
Aurand, Charles   
Alexander, Joseph
Adam, Albert 
Batdorf, James
Bright, Harrison
Bright, Daniel R.
Baughman, John  
Bigley, Thomas 
Barr, William     
Baron, Michael   
Bish, Samuel E.  
Bennie, Alexander
Baker, David     
Black, Henry     
Baer, John      
Bennie, Crawford     
Benscoter, Abraham
Byerley, Jefferson W.
Bannon, Isaac     
Bender, Jacob   
Christian, Henry F.
Christian, George W.
Carroll, John  
Cook, Daniel    
Crow, Henry    
Chester, Joseph 
Davis, Albert    
Dersham, Jeremiah
Dersham, Lewis
Dersham, Uriah
Donnelly, John
De Long, Charles
Davis, Thomas 
Davis, William
Donnely, William
Dreibelbeis, W. H.
Evans, Thomas    
Eberley, Charles 
Edwards, Joseph  
Edwards, Edward
Eisenhuth, George T.
Everley, Morris
Edwards, Richard
Eisenhuth, George T.
Fetterman, Charles
Foster, George N.
Fox, Emanuel
Fetterman, Isaac    
Fryberger, Samuel.
Gannon, Thomas   
Gallagher, Anthony
Gallagher, John 
Hoffman, Isaac     
Haley, William H.
Huber, William 
Howell, John M.  
Heffner, John H. C.
Halladay, George
Hayes, Joseph S. 
Hirst, Job      
Heffron, Philip  
Hartline, Albert
Heatherington, J. D.
Jones, James    
Jones, Harry   
Jennings, John 
Koller, Benjamin 
Kyer, Charles   
Kalbach, John F.   
Kleinginna, John F.
Krebs, Frank    
Kimmel, William V. B.
Kopp, Lewis W.    
King, James      
Kay, Joseph   
Kelly, Thomas
Kneer, Charles   
Lauer, Daniel    
Loeser, William 
Lintz, Willoughby
Lewis, George E.   
Lloyd, Thomas       
Leib, Frank      
Lloyd, John     
Lloyd, William D.
Lloyd, Horace       
Lloyd, William   
Lewis, Thomas S.
Metz, Charles    
Metz, Joseph   
Metzinger, Joseph
Miller, Conrad
Moffitt, James 
Mentzer, John     
Mullooly, Michael   
McFarland, Patrick  
Muscott, John 
Marshall, James
Montitude, John
Moore, Joseph  
Melarkey, Michael
Moy, Adam     
Miller, John  
Metz, Edward     
Morey, George W.
Mulholland, James
Murphy, Arthur
McGuire, Bernard
McCanna, Peter
Nagle, William
Ohnmacht, Daniel
Olewine, John H.
O'Donnell, Anthony
O'Brian, Michael
O'Brine, Barney 
Pritchard, John 
Price, William H.
Palmer, Thomas L.
Petit, Samuel  
Raup, George M. 
Ray, John W.     
Road, John            
Reb, Henry    
Reese, August      
Reese, William  
Slanker, David       
Stevenson, John    
Snyder, Reuben    
Severn, Thomas
Skeen, Samuel F.     
Shilthorn, George
Scott, Michael  
Smith, Peter      
Schneider, William
Spears, John      
Schindle, George  
Schmehl, Isaac L.
Soonsler, John  
Smith, David C.  
Tittus, Ambrose II   
Tillett, Jonathan 
Thompson, Jo'h W.  
Uhl, George      
Wade, Michael      
Weise, Joseph  
Wagner, Jacob
Wineland, John
Wilkins, William
Wagner, William E.
Widemuth, J. F.
Weise, Jacob
Williams, John
Welsh, James
Yeick, Anthony J.

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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