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Seventieth Regiment, Sixth Cavalry, Company G



Recruited in Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania


Reading Dragoons
70th PA Regiment Co. G

Captain
George E. Clymer
Henry P. Muirhead
Henry Winsor, Jr.
Edward Whiteford

First Lieutenant
Augustus F. Bertolette
Emlen N. Carpenter
Eugene P. Bertrand
Charles A. Vernon
T. Camp'l Oakman

Second Lieutenant
William B. Call
Osgood Welch
John Laird

First Sergeant
John D. Koch

Quartermaster Sergeant
Henry Umpleby

Sergeant
Thomas Best
John R. Smith
John A. Moyer
Christian Huber
William G. Gummere
John J. Huntzinger
Robert Henderson

Corporal
William Hobeson
Thomas Walker
James A. McMichael
Martin S. Goodhart
Michael Fritz
Samuel Phillips
Mandon Rauch
Penrose W. Mengel
John B. Moyer
Edward Keisler

Blacksmith
Edward F. Goheen

Farrier
Nicholas Burkhart

Saddler
Isaac Steffy

Bugler  
John Keiser
Joseph Winters

Privates
Armpriester, Samuel
Aberle, Anthony
Bower, Lewis
Burket, Tellamac
Butler, John
Becker, John K.
Boyer, Benjamin F.
Barder, Hiram
Boone, Cyrus
Bechtel, Emanuel
Boyer, Aaron S.
Bennett, Joseph
Bullinger, Jacob
Barton, James
Blair, Henry
Dougherty, John A.
Dankle, Charles H.
Davidsheiser, H. R.
Dengler, Franklin
Dunkleberger, J. R.
Dean, William H.
Englehart, John M.
Epler, Frederick
Esterly, Joseph S.
Eckhart, Peter
Fasig, Daniel H.
Fisher, Valentine W.
Fireing, Henry
Felden, John P.
Fall, Augustus
Fasig, James A.
Goheen, Benneville
Gross, John A.
Griner, John A.
Griffin, Robert
Gring, Aaron P.
Gaul, Hezekiah K.
Harman, Francis
Hoyer, Samuel
Handwork, James R.
Hoffman, Daniel
Howe, Harrison
Heckler, William
Harbeson, William
Hamilton, John H.
Heban, John
Johnson, John H.
Kemp, John W.
Kissinger, Jacob H.
Kilman, Conrad
Lessig, Peter B.
Moyer, Evan
Marks, Joseph H.
Mell, John
Miller, Charles F.
Masser, William K.
Morgan, Joseph
Mohr, George
Mover, John A.
Mell, William
Morrow, John
McNabb, Samuel G.
O'Brien, Daniel
Pewterbaugh, John
Pabor, Martin V.
Richards, Isaac K.
Rhoads, Samuel
Reedy, William
Reeser, William
Roth, John D.
Roth, Samuel
Regan, John B.
Richter, Lewis
Steiff, Isaac
Simpson, Andrew
Schlegel, Peter R.
Sands, William
Strunk, Daniel
Simmons, Henry
Stout, Peter
Stout, John R.
Seiders, William
Sallada, Henry R.
Setley, John M.
Strain, Cornelius
Smith, Alexander L.
Schmale, John
Sands, Mahlon
Schaffer, William H.
Smith, Frederick
Stout, Edmund B.
Stout, George H.
Stout, William
Thompson, Charles H.
Thomas, Patrick
Ulrich, Henry
Weaver, Benjamin
Whitmoyer, George
Weaver, John H.
Wright, Henry S.
Warner, Samuel D.



Roster 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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