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Eighty-seventh Regiment, Company K



Recruited in Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania

Mustered in March 17, 1865
Mustered out June 29, 1865
87th Regiment, Co. K

Captain
D. B. Greenawalt


 
1st Lieutenant.
Simon H. Foreman


 
2nd Lieutenant
John C. Brown


 
1st Sergeant
John McAllister


 
Sergeant
S. S. Stocksleger


 
Abraham D. Ritter  
William H. Weikert  
George W. Mowers Discharged by General Order, June 26, 1865
Corporal
George A. Beisecker


 
John H. Dubs  
W. A. M. Renfrew  
George F. Burns  
Henry A. Cook Promoted to Corporal, June 3. 1865 
Wim. H. Hummer Discharged by General Order, June 23, 1865
Chris'r E. Goshert  
Ignatius Lightner Discharged by General Order, July 21, 1865
Private
Adair, William


Deserted May 25, 1865
Brookeus, David  
Byers, William bio
Beidel, John M.  
Butler, William  
Baltzley, William F  
Brown, Jeremiah  
Brown, John S. P.  
Black, Christian  
Barr, Albert L.  
Black, Adam W.  
Carson, John A.  
Coalsmith, Con. M.  
Coalsmith, Jacob D.  
Chamberlain, W. D.  
Dull, William H.  
Dubs, William  
Dick, Thomas S.  
Freet, Jacob  
Frock, William H.  
Fry, George  
Frock, James E.  
Geyer, George W. Discharged by General Order, August 2, 1865
Humun, Levi  
Haines, George  
Henderson, G. W.  
Henderson, J. E.  
Harmon, George W.  
Haldeman, Simon  
Hambright, G. W.  
Heck, John P. Discharged by General Order, June 9, 1865
Irwin, George W.  
Johnston, James  
Johns, George  
Kepner, Benjamin F.  
Hump, George V.  
Kohler, Allison F. Discharged on Surgeon's Certificate, May 12, 1865
Knudson, William Not on muster-out roll
Lawyer, Samuel A.  
Lightcap, Wn. E.  
Laughbaum, John  
Lawyer, Isaac H.  
Miller, George W.  
Miller, George J. Discharged by General Order, June 28, 1865
Miller, Samuel  
Miller, Samuel B.  
Miller, Nicholas  
Myers, John B.  
Myers, Samuel A. Died June 19, 1865; buried in Military Asylum Cemetery, D. C
Newman, Amos W. Discharged by General Order, June 5, 1865
Newman, Rich'd B.  
Oliver George F.  
Overdeer, Peter  
Orr, William T.  
Powell, Jacob  
Powell, Uriah  
Renfrew, Robert M. Discharged on Surgeon's Certificate, May 12, 1865
Stevens, Henry  
Shively, Alfred B.  
Shultz, George W.  
Shultz, William H.  
Sanders, Franklin  
Stunbaugh, G.  
Shover, Andrew Deserted April, 1865
Toot, Jacob M. Discharged by General Order, June 24, 1865
Topper, Joseph B. Absent, sick, at muster out
Vaear, John D. Discharged on Surgeon's Certificate, May 12, 1865
Wingert, Henry  
Wingert, John S.  
Weilert, James Discharged by General Order, June 9, 1865
Weikert, John B.  

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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