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Eighty-third Regiment Company I



Recruited in Harrisburg and Reading

83rd PA Regiment Co. I

Captain
Robert W. McCartney

First Lieutenant
Lewis F. Mason

Second Lieutenant
Abraham Frauenthal

First Sergeant
John S. Campbell

Sergeant
William H. McConnell
Alexander Backenstoss
Philip P. De Haven
Benjamin K. Taylor

Corporal
William H. Saltsman
William H. Pritchard
Chauncey M. Shull
John A. Mattis
George W. Burd
David D. Burross
John Stoomer
Francis Alexander

Privates
Anderson, John
Alwin, Hiram
Boyer, Samuel
Book, Fidel
Brandon, John
Bechtel, John
Berger, Levi
Brown, James
Black, James
Campbell, Henry
Conover, William W.
Callahan, John
Demar, Benjamin
Densore, Richard
Evans, William A.
Echilberger, Joseph
Freeburn, Barger
Fink, John
Gantt, John C.
Geltz, John C.
Gibson, Charles
Gardner, James F.
Graft, Andrew
Huss, Abraham S.
Holtry, John
Herring, William
Hilbert, Solomon
Hasson, Charles
Hay, Thomas C.
Hantz, Henry
Hethrington, George
Harvey, John
Irvine, Jesse
Knapp, Michael
Kain, Charles
Kroninger, Charles
Lorah, Harrison
Lorah, Alexander
Myers, Alonzo
Marks, Oliver D.
Marks, Henry
Martin, James K. P.
McCarty, William
McCurdy, John
Nigh, Amos
Neff, William D.
Phillips, William
Ruelius, Anthony
Richards, John
Smaltz, Daniel
Shell, Henry
Seidell, Jacob
Sayler, George S.
Stahl, George W.
Shade, Reuben
Swartzwelder, N.
Slaughter, Taylor
Shoop, David
Twerd, John W.
Town, Edward
Woods, Samuel
Woods, John
Weirich, Michael
Wysard, Lewis
Witman, Thomas
Wertz, Anthony
Youngblood, Gilbert
Ziemer, William

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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