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Eighty-eighth Regiment, Company H



Recruited in Berks County, Pennsylvania

Union Guards
88th PA Regiment Co. H

Captain 
David A. Griffith
F. B. Shalters, Jr.
Jacob Houder
Joseph H. Lawrence

First Lieutenant
George W. Rapp
Henry E. Quimby
James McCallicher

Second Lieutenant
James C. Pettit
Jefferson Good

First Sergeant
John Witmoyer

Sergeant
George W. Hain
John K. Wesner
Reuben Drexel
Henry J. Rutz
Benner Hummel
Samuel Husk
William M. Krick
Jonathan Flag
Thomas R. Hartman
James M. Thompson

Corporal
Isaac Fields
John P. Clury
James F. Sprang
James H. Thompson
Peter Heck
Lewis H. Ingram
Joseph R. Smith
John R. Lord
George Lape
Elias D. Kerst
Joel R. Krick

Musicians
Mayberry Dautrich
Daniel Kissinger
Llewellyn J. Spohn
John Bell

Privates
Adams, Jacob
Angstadt, Benneville
Arnold, George
Abel, Emanuel
Albright, John
Arnold, Henry
Bellman, Daniel
Burger, Henry S.
Bridgeham, Henry
Brouse, Daniel G.
Bechtel, John A.
Brightbill, Joseph
Bord, Jacob G.
Bland, Robert
Bridgeman, Daniel
Bixstine, William
Bosler, George
Boyer, Aaron S.
Bosler, Henry
Burkhart, Cyrus
Brittain, John H.
Becker, Joseph
Boyl, Daniel
Ball, William S.
Bordy, George A.
Clowser, Adam
Carl, John
Christman, David
Cox, Abraham
Corzel, Allen
Carey, William
Call, Henry W.
Dorsey, Dennis
Dehm, Charles F.
Dautrich, Alfred
Debord, James
Eckert, Daniel
Eddinger, Harrison
Ely, David E.
Foust, James
Fisher, Eli
Fleming, George
Fabian, Jacob
Frill, Henry
Flanders, Albert H.
Ferner, Frederick
Flack, Johnson
Good, Daniel
Gloak, Gottleib
Green, William
Goodheart, Joel
Goodheart, Reuben
Gorman, Israel K.
Good, Celestine
Gobert, Henry
Houck, Samuel
Hoyer, William
Hunter, David D.
Hoffman, John H.
Hoffman, Samuel
Hottenstein, J. R.
Hoffman, Orlando
Heiser, Thomas B.
Hutchinson, William
Hafer, William
Holt, Edward
Heller, Franklin
Hartman, William
Hockrine, Joseph
Henrich, Carl
High, James A.
Harbold, Henry A.
Harmon, John F.
Hawk, Charles
Hennershitz, James
Humma, Lewis
Hefner, John
Hepp, Henry R.
Hoffman, Julius
Hoffman, Wesley
Irey, Davis K.
Kuhn, Carl
Keller, William
Kerper, Henry
Kupp, John L.
Kooch, Orlando
Kreps, John
Lawrence, William
Lingg, Henry
Malony, James
Miller, Jacob
Moore, Amos
Moore, Edward
Master, Frederick
Myers, Joseph
Moore, Jacob G.
Miller, David
McCombs, Thomas
McClellan, Alexander
McCallicher, David
McClellan, James
McMullen, Hugh
Nelson, Peter
Nemond, Benjamin
Oney, Charles B.
Parker, Rest
Potter, F. E.
Peter, Abraham
Piper, Thompson
Peoples, James
Rankins, John
Reimert, Nathan
Rose, Moses
Roberts, William
Rudy, James
Reigle, Lewis
Rule, John
Ringler, Mark
Reigle, Jonathan
Roth, Henry
Rightmoyer, William
Richter, John D.
Rhoads, Henry
Steinbach, Henry
Schlipp, William H.
Stanley, Samuel
Schull, George W.
Spencer, Aleah
Soulliard, Frederick
Stern, John
Sourfous, Timothy
Swavely, Matthias
Scharff, John
Shule, Andrew
Staunton, John
Sailor, Joseph
Seider, William W.
Stine, John
Spicker, William
Springer, Joseph
Simons, Robert
Swavely, Frank
Shaw, Enoch
Timothy, William
Toole, James
Ulrich, John, 1st
Ulrich, John, 2nd
Umbacher, Benhart
Volkir, Michael
Wireman, George W.
Weikel, Augustus
Wonderlick, Chris
Wise, Gottleib
Wilson, Andrew
Wise, William A.
Whitman, Adam B.
Wiser, Jonathan
Wolf, Peter
Wonder, George
Youse, Benjamin
Youse, George 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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