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Ninety-Sixth Regiment, Company I

Recruited in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania

96th PA Regiment Co. I

Isaac M. Cake
Matthew Brynes
William Cusack

First Lieutenant
George L. Cake
Michael Mackay

Second Lieutenant
John Harlan, Sr.

John Dalton
Thomas Naughton
John Keegan
John Bowler
Francis McGurk
Jeremiah Sullivan
John Gleason
Francis Caulfield

Thomas Reiley
John Sullivan
Elisha Andrews
William Irving
John Haley, 1st
Henry Russell
James McCarroll
James Sexton

Bany, James
Burns, Thomas
Boyle, Thomas
Booth, John
Brennen, Peter
Burk, Thomas
Burns, James
Brown, Thomas
Burns, James P.
Callaghan, Michael
Callman, Patrick
Crawford, John
Conlan, James
Crandall, Ethan
Curran, Patrick
Cammel, Boyd S.
Curley, James
Caden, Thomas
Creamer, James
Dooley, John
Davis, John B.
Davidson, Samuel
Duneen, Jeremiah
Dulick, Thomas
Dunbar, John H.
Fogle, Martin
Farrell, Joseph
Farrell, John
Fahil, Thomas
Gavin, Patrick
Gallagher, Patrick
Hobbs, John
Hibbard, John
Harvey, Joseph S.
Horan, Stephen
Haley, John, 2nd
James, George
Keating, Michael
Killeen, John
Kelly, Peter T.
Kenney, Walter
Kelly, Patrick
Kennedy, Morgan
King, James
Law, Henry
Lannen, John
Lawler, Patrick
Mannum, William
Morrel, John
Mooney, Thomas
Mullen, John
Madden, John
Morgan, Thomas
McArdle, John
McDevitt, James
McCaffrey, Mannus
McLaughlin, John
McGrath, Lawrence
McCormick, Thomas
McAnany, Peter
Nixon, Thomas A.
O'Donnell, Peter
O'Brian, John
O'Conner, Timothy
O'Brian, William
Owens, Patrick
Purcell, Patrick
Ross, Thomas
Rebb, Adam
Ryan, Martin
Ruddy, James
Sammon, John
Sweeny, Michael
Sweeny, Daniel
Sheridan, Anthony
Shelly, Charles
Scanlan, Thomas
Shoughensey, Michael
Toye, James
Whalen, John
Weaklam, 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. Civil War Databases

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