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Sixtieth Regiment - Third Cavalry, Company L



Recruited in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania

60th PA Regiment 3rd Cavalry Troop L

Captain
J. Claude White
William W, Rogers
Howard Edmonds

Second Lieutenant
William H. Bright
George Johnston
Thomas H. Sherwood
Samuel B. Boyer
Daniel Jones

First Sergeant
Jerome S. Weaver

Quartermaster Sergeant
John Burlee

Sergeant
John Johnston
Thomas N. Davis
David D. Reese
George W. Clark

Corporal
William Green
James Cox
Edward Ferguson
Joseph Mann
John Stonehouse
John Reily
William Ryan
John F. Gallagher

Bugler
Joseph Miller
Emri'do Marqueese
Blacksmith
Watkin Waters

Farrier
William Edwards

Privates
Austin, Edward
Byle, Henry
Brennan, John
Brower, Calvin W.
Bainbridge, William
Baker, John
Burke, John
Brierly, Robert
Burns, John
Burns, Anthony
Bickley, Charles
Bowen, John
Bergen, Michael
Brennan, Patrick
Brahany, Edward
Bennett, Samuel
Brennan, Richard
Boas, John
Brennan, William
Burns, James
Bowen, John
Brown, John
Bell, William
Brennan, Michael
Bovart, Jerome
Challenger, David
Collahan, John
Cassidy, Patrick
Clay, Thomas
Chester, Holden
Clary, William
Christy, John
Carroll, James
Carney, Thomas
Conry, Patrick
Cowan, John
Cain, Martin
Cameron, Henry
Carey, Edward
Cronin, Thomas
Donnelly, Michael
Dunkin, David
Duffy, John
Donohoe, Patrick J.
Donohoe, James
Donnelly, John
Davis, Richard
Devine, William
Donohoe, Edward
Dougherty, Joseph
Davis, John
Darragh, James
Devine, Thomas
Eisenhower, John
Evans, William
Fulton, Robert
Flinn, John
Fox, John
Farrell, James
Gunther, Frederick
Guttschall, Adam
Griffith, Edward
Goulden, Edward
Garretty, James
Hummel, Lewis
Hill, William
Hamilton, Andrew
Horan, Michael
Hall, William
Hurley, John
Hope, Dominick
Horan, Thomas
Johnston, James
James, Evan
Kent, Daniel
Kreise, George
Kunkel, David M.
Karst, John
Kreiser, Rudolph
Klinger, Edward W.
Kelley, Patrick
Kinney, Edward
Kline, William E.
Lawler, James
Levy, David
Lewis, William M.
Larkin, Patrick
Langton, Patrick
Maley, John
Moore, George
Miller, John H.
Mann, William
Moran, Michael J.
Mealy, John
Michael, William
Morgan, Thomas
Monoghan, Bartholomew
Minor, James
Murphy, James
Murphy, Michael
Mulhewan, William
Morrisy, Edward
Mullany, Michael
Mulhall, Edward
McKnight, L.
McAndrew, Edward
McCabe, James
McAllister, Henry
McLaughlin, John
McAndrew, Daniel
McDonald, James
McGovern, James A.
McGlinn, John
McGowan, John
McBrearty, Patrick
Noble, William A.
Norton, William
Norton, Patrick
Ochner, Christian
Oneal, Patrick
Owens, Morgan P.
O'Neal, Michael
O'Neill, Thomas
Patten, Joseph
Price, Thomas H.
Payne, Frank
Phillips, David
Parry, David
Peal, Richard
Platt, Thomas
Rogers, Henry
Reily, James
Reese, Roberts
Riley, Henry
Ryan, Dennis
Ross, Thomas
Ross, William
Renfrew, James
Riley, Thomas
Stromier, Charles
Shutt, George
Storm, Augustus A.
Stripe, Frederick
Sterling, John
Shingler, Calvin
Sarge, John
Saddler, Joseph
Sweeny, James
Shivelhut, George
Thompson, Ephraim
Wilson, Andrew H.
Wright, Calvin D.
Williams, William
Welsh, James
Warren, Samuel
Wehry, Daniel
Wilson, George
Waterhouse, William
Wyatt, George
Wilkins, James
Whitaker, John
Waters, John
Watkins, James
York, James

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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