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Seventy-sixth Regiment, Company K



Recruited in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania

Hampton Guards
76th PA Regiment Co. K

Captain
John S. Littell
William S. Moorhead

First Lieutenant
Charles S. Brumm
Robert F. McIlvain
Charles Evans

Second Lieutenant
Alexander Forsythe
Harrison J. Chandler

First Sergeant
Henry C. Shelkey
James Hughes

Sergeant
John W. Robinson
Michael L. Anderson
Charles McClure
L. M. Snowden
George W. Murray
William Archibald
William J. Bradshaw

Corporal
George Spilter
George W. French
William Boyer
Peter Smithdeal
Henry McLain
George Landas
John Thomas
Joseph Evans
Patrick Laman
John Wagner
John Casey
Zaccur P. Falls
George Haas

Musicians
William Bannan
William T. Reed
Richard W. Littell

Privates
Albers, John
Abbey, John
Black, William L.
Black, John C.
Bagshaw, Thomas
Blain, Levi
Buskirk, Joseph
Brabson, Joseph
Brown, George
Boyer, Franklin
Boak, Robert
Boyle, Michael
Brown, William S.
Brown, John
Culp, Thomas
Carpenter, Perry
Crumley, James
Calkins, James H.
Cushney, Thomas
Conner, Joshua A.
Connell, Thomas
Carter, Emanuel J.
Deeter, Peter
Densmore, William D.
Dailey, William
De Forest, Barton
Donaldson, Robert
Dorshaffer, August
Davis, James P.
Dalton, Michael
De Haven, Horace B.
Donahue, Augustus
Davis, Robert
Davis, Isaac
Eilor, Jacob
Esterheid, Emmanuel
Earlenbaugh, George
Forsyth, Hubert T.
Farley, Peter
Ferguson, Charles
Forbes, John
Fout, Charles
French, James W.
Frame, George
Fitz, John
French, Albert
Gwin, Maxwell
Grubs, George
Gilbert, Reddon
Green, Samuel
Graff, Samuel
Grover, James S.
Haines, John H.
Hughes, James
Hannas, John
Hague, Christian
Hays, William
Henrick, Henry
Hoover, John C.
Hogan, Thomas M.
Hurley, William
Johnson, Mark
Jenkins, David H.
Kirkpatrick, John
Kerr, Patrick
Liston, Scott
Laughlin, John
Letter, Theodore
Lamon, Patrick
Minker, Henry
Miller, John C.
Martin, John
Mathewson, W.
Murphy, Patrick
Miller, Ellwood
Moll, Henry
Moury, William P.
Moreland, Alexander
Mallick, Charles
Mallick, Adam
Moser, Franklin
McCoy, James
McClure, John
McDonald, Oliver
McGuire, Patrick
McManus, Christian
Nolan, Thomas
O'Brien, John
O'Neill, Hugh
Pettit, Dewitt C.
Pervis, Robert A.
Pervis, Robert
Pedan, Thomas
Reech, Henry
Rhodes, Washington
Rice, Horatio S.
Rice, Leonard D.
Rupert, John K.
Ressler, Simon
Rorrar, Henry
Reynolds, Mason
Robinson, Joseph
Reed, Thomas
Risley, George
Sylvester, Edward
Shunk, Jonas
Smith, Thomas
Scott, William
Starner, George
Sweetman, Robert
Smith, Henry
Stokes, Joseph
Shuey, Daniel C.
Shaffer, Philip A.
Stevison, Tobias
Stevison, Jefferson
Shell, Morris
Smith, William
Stomit, David
Simmons, William H.
Townsend, Eugene
Tomilton, Frank
Toner, Bernard
Virgin, Nelson
Walton, John
Webber, Valentine
Willey, Josiah
Wiant, Philip D.
Wiant, Samuel
Wilkes, George
Walkup, Joseph
Wanser, James S.
Waldorf, James P.
Wilson, Benjamin H.
Wing, Lewis
White, George
Zollar, Franklin



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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