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Forty-eighth Regiment, Company K



Recruited in Cressona, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in July, 1861
Wilder Guards
48th PA Regiment Co. K

Captain
H. A. M. Filbert 
Isaac F. Brannan    
Francis A. Stitzer

First Lieutenant
Jacob Douty
Thomas Irwin      

Second Lieutenant
J. C. Hinchcliff

First Sergeant
George M. Dengler

Sergeant
Christian N. Haerter
George J. Weaver     
Daniel F. Bausum
John M. Brown      
William Laubenstein
John Dechant
Roland D. Filbert
Patrick F. Quinn

Corporal
Howard W. Haas
Nathan Hauser    
Lewis A. Moul    
William F. Reed  
Edward P. Payne
Albin Day      
Milton K. Nagle 
Wilson W. Miller
Henry A. Schultz
John C. Berger
John F. Dencer     
Thomas Brennan   
Charles Boyer   
Patrick Hanley
Francis Jones
Daniel Moses
James Moran

Musicians
William Straw   
Henry Yost   

Privates
Aldeman, John    
Adams, M. V. B.     
Bellford, Wesley  
Bossler, Samuel  
Bartolet, John     
Bartolet, Richard
Brunges, William N.
Bausam, John     
Bartels, Henry  
Burgess, Joseph.
Broughton, John   
Boyer, Daniel    
Boyer, Peter     
Burgess, Joseph  
Burke, Peter     
Brennan, Michael 
Bensman, John W.
Carey, Warren        
Covert, Arthur    
Cannon, Thomas       
Cashan, Michael   
Cavanaugh, James
Cheethan, Joseph   
Crawford, John M.   
Corr, John     
Curry, John      
Curry, Thomas      
Dress, Jonathan 
Dress, William H.
Drake, Nelson    
Dress, David R.
Delaney, Nicholas
Dentzer, George
Dress, David R. 
Dress, David D.
Dress, William D.
Day, James, Jr. 
Day, Frederick H. 
Dullard, James   
Delph, George D. 
Ely, Franklin   
Edwards, Edward
Edinger, Horatio.   
Ebert, Jacob   
Felty, Ferdinand
Fenstermaker, H.    
Fenstermaker, W. 
Fenstermaker, E. 
Fernstermaker, D.
Gillinger, John     
Grim, Henry       
Gross, George H. 
Gray, Arthur      
Haas, Daniel    
Hauser, David      
Held, George     
Harkins, Hugh B.
Hine, Allen    
Haas, Wellington P.
Homan, Amos     
Hudson, Thomas E.
Heiser, William 
Henn, John W.    
Hoffman, Simon  
Hendley, Adam       
Jones, John     
Jennings, John 
Koch, Francis W.
Kling, John     
Kline, Benjamin F.
Koch, Edward       
Little, John       
Luckenbill, Lewis
Lord, Henry          
Long, Charles     
Lauer, John N.   
Lebengood, Lewis 
Leonard, Thomas
Lanby, Jacob      
Ludwig, Milton   
Lawler, John    
Lord, Jesse       
Labenberg, William 
Little, George      
Mulhall, John    
Morgan, George  
Morel, John C.   
Miller, James       
Murphy, John     
McKeaver, Philip
Mains, George F. 
McDermed, Henry
Osterhout, Charles H.
Phillips, David H.
Pelton, William F.
Patry, John       
Reed, Jeremiah      
Reader, Henry       
Reichard, John
Rodgers, Edward
Racher, Frederick
Rich, Nathan   
Royon, John      
Richards, William
Reese, John    
Scheafer, William P.
Shollenburger, A.  
Schwartz, Oliver W.
Snyder, Frederick
Showers, George 
Schach, Gottlieb 
Shutt, Casper  
Stitzer, David H.
Sherman, John A.
Snyder, Paul      
Schmidt, Henry  
Stout, Peter    
Simons, Franklin    
Snyder, Frederick
Shanely, David    
Starr, John      
Spears, Hiram   
Trough, Henry    
Tobin, Thomas         
White, Paul       
Weaber, Andrew     
Whalen, John    
Whalen, Michael      
Windermuth, Joseph 
Weidner, John     
Williams, John 
Whetstone, Ephraim   
Wool, John      
Wagner, Frelingham

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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