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PA Civil War Volunteer Soldiers


Forty-eighth Regiment, Company I



Recruited in Middleport, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in July, 1861
Anthracite Guards
48th PA Regiment Co. I

Captain
John R. Porter   
Benjamin B. Schuck  
Francis D. Koch 

First Lieutenant
George H. Gressang
Michael M. Kistler
Joseph Edwards
Oliver A. J. Davis

Second Lieutenant
Francis Allebach

First Sergeant
Jacob Ongstodt  

Sergeant
Luke Swain       
James McReynolds     
Daniel Klase 
Benneville Williams
George W. Klase 
Hugh Koch

Corporal
Wesley Knittle
Elias C. Kehl    
Christian Seward 
Charles Krater   
Thomas Jones    
Charles De Long
Francis Boner   
Charles Curtis  
Henry W. Krater
James Miller
Edward F. Shappelle
Elias Macord     
Charles E. Weaver

Musicians
William Faust   
Jacob Backman

Privates
Arndt, Isaac     
Buntz, Herman       
Bachman, John F.  
Brown, John      
Beyerle, William F.
Beltz, Anthony
Bankis, Daniel  
Beltz, Isaac     
Boner, James    
Beableheimer, L.
Beltz, Isaac K.   
Boyer, Wesley    
Boone, Alexander 
Berninger, Josiah
Boyer, Daniel S. 
Beverage, Robert 
Cooper, John H. 
Cooper, Matthew      
Clark, John       
Cobus, Joseph        
Crowe, Patrick    
Coombe, Thomas  
Costello, James    
Dresh, Elias        
Dalens, John   
Drehrer, Benjamin
De Trehn, Samuel T.
Dooley, Martin  
Derrick, Cyrus   
Dresh, George    
Douglass, Lewis
Eisenhower, A.
Ege, Henry J. 
Fritz, Albert   
Faust, Lewis  
Franklin, Charles
Freed, Samuel   
Frehn, John       
Furman, Nathan   
Fisher, Levi     
Foust, Elias     
Focht, Lewis V.
Fenstermacher, W.   
Gilbert, Joseph
Garber, David   
Good, Charles H.    
Griffith, Thomas 
Goodman, Henry   
Garber, Lewis J.
Gongloff, Jacob     
Hill, Henry H.    
Henry, Frederick 
Houser, Bernard A.
Horn, Charles W.
Hollister, Samuel  
Horn, Washington.
Hein, Josiah   
Heiser, James  
Hoffman, Benjamin  
Halsey, William 
Haldeman, Jonas. 
Kramer, Israel  
Keller, Peter    
Koch, Hugh      
Kramer, William     
Krater, John F. 
Kehl, Samuel F.
Koch, Allen    
Koch, Charles R. 
Kershner, Benjamin B.
Kehl, Daniel J.    
Kramer, Franklin   
Kramer, Josiah  
Kerns, Wilson        
Leiser, Charles S.
Link, John       
Larneard, Freeman
Lees, John   
Lindemuth, Charles
Lengert, Adam    
Link, Hesgian   
Leiser, Charles F.
Maidenfort, Henry  
Mauger, John R.     
McArdel, Bernard 
Martin, Robert  
Moyer, John E.   
Marberger, William  
Mowery, Jonathan 
Monbeck, Lucien 
Mack, Albert     
Mullen, James  
Millet, Charles  
Neiswinter, Samuel
Neyman, Henry A.
Neifert, Nathan   
Neyer, Daniel       
Neyman, Jacob       
Oats, John    
Owens, William 
Pletz, Theodore
Parker, Lance  
Price, William J.
Reich, Conrad 
Rumble, Rudolph
Reigel, Franklin 
Ringer, Franklin E.
Reinhard, Albert
Rumbel, Amos  
Reed, Thomas J. 
Reinhard, Augustus
Reinhard, Henry
Road, John      
Reichwein, Jacob
Rumnle, Jacob H.  
Shoener, Edward 
Shoener, Joseph 
Scheerer, William F.
Schall, Thomas   
Snyder, William S.
Smith, Madison K.
Setzer, Edward  
Smith, William   
Shoppelle, Joseph     
Snyder, William S.
Sassaman, George   
Shappell, Jacob 
Tyson, William       
Tobias, John J.    
Trainer, Alfred   
Umbenhocker, J.
Wheeler, William     
Weiers, William 
Wagner, Charles C.
Willoner, Jeremiah
Watt, Reuben        
Yost, Franklin    
Zimmerman, Benjamin
Zimmerman, A.    

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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