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Civil War Era Newspaper Transcription
Adams County, Pennsylvania



Adams Sentinel - July 12, 1864



The Draft

The additional drawing for the deficiency in the recent draft under the calls for 700,000 men, was made at Chambersburg on Tuesday last. The following is the list of persons drafted in the several sub-districts in this county:
Berwick Township
Abraham Sowers
John Kinneman 

Berwick Bor.
Henry Mollison, 
John T, Pfeiffer
John Hufhcins 
Joseph B. Hafer

Butler
Aaronn Wisler 
Eli Stanower

Conowago
Jacob Swooveland
David Eline
Samuel Smith
William Bledner

Cumberland
William J. Slyder
Charles Yeatts

Franklin
George Gory
Amos Noel

Freedom
Andrew J. Weikert
Daniel J. Hesson
Issac R. Golden
Samuel S. Moritz
Isaiah Stultz

Germany
Jacob Wolf
Ephraim Menchey 
Elias Rites
Ephraim Wintrode

Hamiltonban
George Sanders
George Herring
Lewis Bumbaugh

Huntingdon
David CIever
John Deardorff

Liberty
George W. Hardman
Win. C. Seabrooks
Cooper Myers
James H. Taylor
Lewis Whitmore

Menallen
George Warren
Solomon Bartman
Abraham Hoffman
Cornelius Rice
Oliver C. Smith

Mountpleasant
Adam Hartlaub
George Yohe
David Bievenour
Jeremiah Carbaugh
Jacob J. Smith
William H. Honck 
William Fink
Peter A. Strausbaugh
John Wagamao
William Nace, (Col)
Samuel Wolf
Agidcous Noel
Jacob Hornberger
Joseph Smith
Henry Olinger
William Lilly

Mountjoy
Jacob Jacoby
Robert G. Young
Jacob S. Baker
John Tawney, Jr. 
Josiah Bowers
John Karns
Joseph Stockslager
Joseph W. Trostle 
James McSherry 
John B Sheaffer

Oxford
Michael McCaddin
John Emmert

Reading
Jacob Fissel
John L. Bronizer

Straban
John Wertz
Joseph A. Wolf

Tyrone
John Yuhe
John Eckenrode 
John Delap
Peter Miller
Franklin H. Ebert
Ephraim Bream 
Jacob E. Spangler

Union
Adam Nailer
John Messinger 
John Spangler, jr.
John Allen



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