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First Defenders - First Five Companies



Recruited in Allentown

Mustered on April 18, 1861, at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Allen Guard of the First Defenders
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Captain
Thomas Yeager

First Lieutenant
James M. Wilson

Second Lieutenant
Joseph T. Wilt

First Sergeant
Joseph T. Wilt   

Second Sergeant
Solomon Goeble

First Corporal
William Wolf      

Second Corporal
John E. Webster

Third Corporal
Ignitz Cressor

Fourth Corporal
Daniel Kramer

Privates
Cole, Norman H.
Deitrich, Charles
Derr, Henry Wilson
Dunlap, Milton H.
Early, William
Frederick, Gideon
Fuller, Matthew R.
Frame, William G.
Gross, Edwin
Geidner, James
Henry, George F.
Houck, John
Hillegros, Nathaniel
Hettinger, Joseph
Hoxworth, George
Hittle, Edwin M.
Jacob, David
Kress, William
Keiper, George W.
Leisenring, Martin W.
Leh, Franklin
Miller, Edwin H.
McNulty, Henry
Pfeffer, Charles A.
Reber, Jonathan W.
Rhue, William
Rothman, Ernst
Rhoads, George W.
Romig, John
Schneck, Samuel
Storch, Henry
Shiffert, Charles A.
Sigman, M. H.
Seip, Lewis G.
Sheidler, Adolphus
Sheidler, Enville
Uhler, John E.
Wetherhold, Allen
Weiss, David
Wagner, William
Weiss, Joseph
Weegandt, Benneville



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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