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Eighty-eighth Regiment, Company A



Recruited in Berks County, Pennsylvania

Junior Fire Zouaves
88th PA Regiment Co. A

Captain 
George W. Knabb
Benezet F. Foust
Henry Whiteside
Thomas J. Koch

First Lieutenant
Frederick R. Fritz
Jacob Ninesteel
Daniel W. Ney

Second Lieutenant
Albert H. Seyfert
Jacob S, Kram

First Sergeant
George H. Reiff
George Shirey
Jacob P. Becker

Sergeant
Joseph H. Kline
A. J. Schaeffler
George Beaumont
John L. Kennedy
Thomas Kinsley
Gabriel Hill
Joseph Hock
Conrad Strahle
David Whitaker

Corporal
John Whitaker
Franklin Estes
Chauncey Davis
Henry Drum
Samuel Griffith
William Heller
Charles Matthews
William Clark
Russell Miller
Emerson Kline
David Davis
W. J. Hutchinson
Lewis Briggs
John Harris
William P. Fisher
Isaac Madison
Jeremiah Boyer
John W. Hoffman

Musicians
William L. Hawk
John F. Nagle
Manoah Metz

Privates
Albright, John H.
Ackeman, Chauncey
Arnold, Henry
Altimon, Spearing R.
Arrington, Frank
Adams, George
Beatty, William E.
Barnet, Abraham B.
Barkley, Josiah L.
Bell, Alexander
Buckley, Franklin
Bishop, Henry
Bechtel, Aaron
Boston, Elida
Berkleypile, Joseph
Beaumont, William
Beaumont, John
Coleman, Peter
Cresswell, Isaac P.
Clingman, George W.
Clouser, Daniel
Callahan, Daniel F.
Carter, Andrew J.
Clickett, Patrick
Dempsey, Samuel
Dyer, George
Dautrich, Alfred
Dautrich, Mayb'y
Drexel, Reuben
Derr, Martin
Eshelman, George
Eppinger, John
Eyrich, Isaac
Frech, John
Fredline, Abraham
Fagan, James
Fisher, Amos
Fullmer, George
Fox, Harrison T.
Frantz, Hern
Gardner, Hiram
Grim, John A.
Grant, Joseph
Green, John
Hoffman, Ross
Howard, David
Hagan, Barnet
Haberacker, William
Haywood, Henry
Himmelright, H.
Hagan, Daniel
Hoffman, George W.
Hughston, Meltzer
Hilliard, Obediah
Hilliard, Isiah
Hatlon, Jerome
Harp, James P.
Hughes, John J.
Hanlon, John O.
Hoffman, William H.
Hemminger, John
Hoffman, William G.
Hawk, Albert
Haller, Ebenezer
Hetrick, Joseph
Hoffman, William J.
Johnson, Peter
Johnson, William M.
Jesse, Joseph
Kline, William
Kaylor, Charles
Keen, Albert
Kelley, John
Kelchner, Isaac C.
Kleffer, Valentine
Lohr, Zachariah T.
Lohr, Jeremiah
Livingston, W. L.
Lantz, Austin
Lake, Jonathan
Leaves, Jacob
Morrow, William
Miller, Levi
Miller, Edward
Miller, William
Martin, William
Martin, Robert
Miles, Samuel
Mohr, Daniel
Millhoff, Charles
Miller, Valentine
McAvoy, John
Naugle, Michael
Omstead, Peter
Oliphant, Joseph
Platz, Franklin
Pryor, Thomas
Pope, John
Peiffer, Levi J.
Pugh, William
Phillips, James
Riffle, Samuel T.
Riffle, Josiah
Raymon, George
Rhodes, John J.
Rock, Isaac
Roddy, Jacob
Ross, Giles
Roland, Lucian
Roland, Charles A.
Reedy, William
Reilley, Henry
Roland, Henry
Reed, John
Shaum, William F.
Swank, William H.
Spicher, Peter
Stahl, Jeremiah
Seece, Emanuel
Swoyer, Sewell
Sanders, Charles
Snyder, William
Strohecker, Cyrus
Sullivan, John
Stevenson, Benjamin
Stuff, Benjamin
Swoyer, Lewis
Smith, George
Smith, Henry
Schaeffer, Henry M.
Sheffer, Henry
Thomas, Peter K.
Trout, Daniel
Varner, Samuel
Wise, Albert G.
Wynn, Charles
Walters, Peter H.
Wringle, William
Witt, Jacob
Walters, Jacob
Wilson, Henry
Wharton, James
Wooden, John
Wagner, Christian
Wald, John
Wallace, John M.
Whitaker, Henry
Young, Frederick
Yarger, Evan S.
Yoder, Jefferson
Young, Edward
Zeiber, John



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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