Monday, May 28, 2007

Schuylkill County Civil War Deaths

On this Memorial Day, I could not think of a more appropriate post than to list the names of Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania, soldiers who gave their lives during the American Civil War. It is quite a lenghty post, with well over six hundred names, but it is instructive. Too often when discussing the Civil War, we simply state casualty numbers without seriously thinking about just how many lives were lost and how many were shattered. The names below, which are listed alphabetically, were those of men from just one small county in east-central Pennsylvania. And do keep in mind that this is not a comprehensive list. We all know how spotty Civil War records can be, and this list does not include the names of those men, scores perhaps hundreds, whose lives were cut far too short by war-related sickness and injury and passed away after the guns fell silent. Because this blog focuses on the 48th Pennsylvania, I have bolded their names in the list below.
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· Abraham Acker: Co. C 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action at Petersburg, June 23, 1864
· John A. Ailer: Co. E 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, May 22, 1864
· William Ainsworth: Co. M 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Killed in Action May 1864, Marietta, Georgia
· George Airgood: Co. A 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, August 15, 1864
· James Albright: Died September 6, 1863, Cincinnati
· Joseph Alexander: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action June 1864
· 2nd Lt Alexander Allison: Co. C 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, May 5, 1863
· Sgt. George Allison: Co. K 56th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, May 23, 1864
· James Allison: Co. G 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 23, 1864
· Corporal John Allison: Co. C 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 3, 1863, Chancellorsville
· Sergeant David Alspach: Co. A 50th Pennsylvania; Died August 14, 1861, Portsmouth, Rhode Island
· George Anspach, Co. A 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry
· John Armstrong: Co. G 48th Pennsylvania; Died in Washington, November 12, 1862
· Jacob Arnold: Co. D 28th Pennsylvania
· Charles Aurand: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Died in Pottsville February 9, 1865
· Philip Baddorff: Co. G 96th Pennsylvania; Died June 8, 1864, Washington, D.C.
· Clarence Bailey: Co. E 129th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, December 13, 1862, Fredericksburg
· Wm. Bambrick: Co. D 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, September 12, 1862
· Isaac Bannon: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Died July 26, 1864, Alexandria, Virginia
· Daniel D. Barnett: Co. E 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, April 2, 1865, Petersburg
· Albert Bartolet: Co. C 50th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Lewis Beableheimer: Co. I 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, July 26, 1864
· Sergeant Thedore Beck: Co. D 15th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Died January 17, 1865
· William Becker: Co. D 96th Pennsylvania; Died November 9, 1862, Hagerstown, Maryland
· C. Phillip Beckman: Co. D 48th Pennsylvania; Died February 9, 1865, Baltimore
· Isaac Beltz: Co. I 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, August 10, 1864
· Jacob Benedict: Co. C 50th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Capt. Horace Bennett: Co. E 55th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, October 22, 1862, Pocataligo, South Carolina
· John S. Bennett: Co. E 55th Pennsylvania; Died October 11, 1864, Andersonville Prison
· Abraham Benscoter: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 12, 1864, Spotsylvania
· J. Bensinger: Co. E 96th Pennsylvania; Died January 15, 1864, Savannah, Georgia
· Conrad Berdel: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Died October 8, 1862
· Thomas Bergen: Co. K 96th Pennsylvania; Died October 26, 1862, Washington, D.C.
· George Betz: Co. A 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, June 17, 1864, Washington, D.C.
· James Betz: Co. G 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 10, 1864, Spotsylvania
· Henry H. Bickley: Co. E 10th New Jersey; Died of Wounds Received in Action, August 23, 1864
· Christian Bidel: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, September 15, 1862
· S. Bishop: Co. C 96th Pennsylvania; Died October 27, 1864, Andersonville Prison, Georgia
· Sgt. James Black: Co. B 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Killed in Action, May 1864, Marietta, Georgia
· John Black: Co. D 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, May 29, 1863
· Michael Bleckle: Co. B 96th Pennsylvania; Died December 4, 1861, Alexandria, Virginia
· 1st Sergeant Michael Boland: Co. F 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 27, 1862, Gaines’ Mill
· Frederick Boltz: Co. F 184th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, June 10, 1864
· James Boner: Co. I 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, June 22, 1864
· Alexander Boone: Co. I 48th Pennsylvania; Died August 11, 1862, Fredericksburg
· Daniel Boran: Co. K 96th Pennsylvania; Died February 5, 1865, Washington, D.C.
· Thomas Boran: Co. B 6th Pennsylvania Reserves; Killed in Action, September 14, 1862, South Mountain
· Corporal William Bowers: Co. K 56th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, August 1864
· John Bowler: Co. I 96th Pennsylvania; Died March 7, 1865, Pottsville
· Daniel Boyer: Co. E 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, October 5, 1864, Pegram’s Farm,
· George Boyer: Co. F 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Died September 30, 1864, Andersonville Prison
· Peter Boyer: Co. K 48th Pennsylvania; Died October 22, 1862, Cressona
· Wesley Boyer: Co. I 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, April 2, 1865, Petersburg
· John Bradley: Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, June 1864
· James Brassington: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, June 7, 1864
· George W. Bratton: Co. G 15th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Died March 5, 1863, Murfreesboro, Tennessee
· James Brennan: Co. A 129th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 3, 1863, Chancellorsville
· William Brennan: Co. K 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 10, 1864, Spotsylvania
· William Brerton: Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Died December 12, 1861, Fort Clarke, North Carolina
· George Bright: Co. A 48th Pennsylvania; Died January 1863, Philadelphia
· John Broadbent: Co. E 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, September 17, 1862, Antietam
· John Brobst: Co. A 48th Pennsylvania; Died 9/17/1862 of Wounds Received in Action at 2nd Bull Run
· Simon Brobst: Co. G 96th Pennsylvania; Died August 24, 1862
· 2nd Lt. David B. Brown: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, August 5, 1864, Petersburg
· William H.H. Brown: 17th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Died October 29, 1863
· Louis A. Bruns: Co. C 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 5, 1864, Wilderness
· Andrew Bucher: Co. B 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 10, 1864, Spotsylvania
· Peter Burke: Co. K 48th Pennsylvania; Died November 14, 1862, Frederick
· Henry Burnish: Co. G 48th Pennsylvania; Died December 20, 1862, Pottsville
· Lieutenant Thomas Burns: Co. K 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action near Winchester
· Charles Burton: Co. D 96th Pennsylvania; Died August 8, 1862, Harrison’s Landing
· Jefferson Byerle: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 17, 1864, Petersburg
· Chris. Cammersel: Co. E 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 10, 1864, Spotsylvania
· Daniel Campbell: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 14, 1864
· Thomas Campbell: Co. D 96th Pennsylvania; Died October 23, 1862, Pottsville
· Sergeant Francis Canfield: Co. K 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 27, 1862, Gaines’ Mill
· James Canfield: Co. K 96th Pennsylvania; Died December 14, 1862, Point Lookout
· Conrad Carl: Co. A 50th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· John Carr: Co. D 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, September 19, 1862, Bukettsville, Maryland
· Sgt. Dennis Carroll: Co. F 96th Pennsylvania: Died of Wounds Received in Action, August 3, 1862
· Michael Carroll: Co. A 96th Pennsylvania; Died January 6, 1863, Pottsville
· William Casey: 81st Pennsylvania; Died June 1862, Yorktown, Virginia
· Charles Chaundy: Co. B 96th Pennsylvania; Died June 1862, New Hampton, New York
· Joseph Chester: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, May 24, 1864, Fredericksburg
· John Clarey: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, October 12, 1862
· Charles Clark: Co. G 48th Pennsylvania; Died in Annapolis, Maryland
· John Clark: Co. I 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, June 8, 1864
· Lieutenant George Byron Clayton: 5th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Died July 6, 1863
· John Coalts: Co. B 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, April 2, 1865, Petersburg
· Jno. Coffield: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Died November 11, 1864, Richmond
· John C. Cole: 43rd United States Colored Troops; Killed in Action, August 1864, Petersburg
· John Collins: Co. K 96th Pennsylvania; Died January 13, 1863
· Thomas Connell: Co. B 48th Pennsylvania; Died December 18, 1862
· Michael Connery: Co. F 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 27, 1862, Gaines’ Mill
· Charles Henry Cook: Co. G 96th Pennsylvania; Died January 17, 1864
· William Corby: Co. D 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 3, 1863, Cold Harbor
· S. Cover: Co. D 96th Pennsylvania; Died December 1, 1862, Richmond
· Lieutenant O’Neal Coyle: Co. I 96th Pennsylvania; Died August 22, 1862, Point Lookout
· Michael Crintin: Co. C 48th Pennsylvania; Died November 29, 1864, Salisbury Prison, North Carolina
· Gabriel Crow: Co. G 129th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 3, 1863, Chancellorsville
· Lieutenant William Cullen: Co. E 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, September 17, 1862, Antietam
· Martin Dacy: Co. B 6th Pennsylvania Reserves; Killed in Action, December 13, 1862, Fredericksburg
· Joseph Dale: 52nd Pennsylvania
· John Danagh: Co. E 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, September 30, 1864, Pegram’s Farm
· Edward Daniels: Co. C 48th Pennsylvania; Died November 1, 1862, Alexandria
· Thomas Davidson: Co. B 48th Pennsylvania; Died November 28, 1861, Fort Clarke, North Carolina
· Corporal David J. Davis: Co. B 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· John Davis: United States Navy; Died December 1862
· Robert Davis: Co. K 76th Pennsylvania; Died June 1862
· Thomas Davis: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 18, 1864, Petersburg
· Corporal Henry Deets: Co. F 50th Pennsylvania; Died March 12, 1863, Washington, D.C.
· Elijah DeFrehn: Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Died December 30, 1864, Salisbury Prison, North Carolina
· Jesse DeFrehn: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Died May 30, 1863, White Oak Church, Virginia
· Jacob Deiter: Co. I 101st Pennsylvania
· John Deitrich: Co. D 48th Pennsylvania; Died March 22, 1864
· John Deitz: Co. B 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Phil. DeLaney: Co. K 96th Pennsylvania; Died April 26, 1863
· Corporal Jeremiah Delay: Co. H 81st Pennsylvania; Killed in Action
· Cpl. Wm. H. Delcamp: Co. A 50th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, May 7, 1864
· Corporal George Delker: Co. C 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 10, 1864, Spotsylvania
· Charles DeLong: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Died May 8, 1864, Bristoe Station, Virginia
· George Dentzer: Co. K 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, September 17, 1862, Antietam
· John Dentzer: Co. K 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, December 28, 1864, Petersburg
· James Devine: 32nd Tennessee; Died of Wounds Received in Action
· Simon Devlin: Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June18, 1864, Petersburg
· Philip Diehl: Co. G 48th Pennsylvania; Died December 3, 1861, Hatteras Island, North Carolina
· Charles Dintinger: Co. C 48th Pennsylvania; Died February 11, 1865, Salisbury Prison, North Carolina
· Michael Divine: Co. B 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, December 13, 1863, Fredericksburg
· Patrick Divine: Captain Richards’s Cavalry; Killed in Action, April 1862, Fredericksburg
· Frank Dolan: 69th New York; Died of Wounds Received in Action, January 13, 1863
· Thomas Dolan: Co. F 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Died of Wounds Received in Action, December 1862, Tennessee
· Patrick Dollard: Co. H 31st Pennsylvania (2nd Reserves)
· John Donnelly: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Died April 21, 1864, Annapolis, Maryland
· William Donnelly: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, April 2, 1865, Petersburg
· Patrick Doolin: Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Corporal J.H. Dorr: Co. D 48th Pennsylvania; Died January 1863, Washington, D.C.
· Henry Dorward: Co. D 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, September 1864
· John Doughtery: Co. D 96th Pennsylvania; Died December 23, 1862, Hagerstown, Maryland
· Lt. John Doughtery: Co. F 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, September 14, 1862, South Mountain
· Charles Dreisbach: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania
· George Dresh: Co. I 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 1864, Cold Harbor
· Marcus Drew: Captain Jones’s Guard; Died October 2, 1862
· Mark Drifoos: Co. G 96th Pennsylvania; Died December 23, 1861, Washington, D.C.
· Samuel Dunlap: Co. F 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Died 1862, Tennessee
· Lieutenant J.A. Dunston: Co. C 105th Pennsylvania; Died August 26, 1863, Gettysburg
· Emmanuel Eckert: Co. C 50th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Henry Eckler: Co. B 96th Pennsylvania; Died June 21, 1862, Pine Grove, Pennsylvania
· Edward Edwards: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Died April 23, 1864, Annapolis
· James Edwards: Co. B 129th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, December 13, 1862, Fredericksburg
· 1st Lt. Joseph Edwards: Co. I 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, July 2, 1864
· Henry J. Ege: Co. I 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action May 12, 1864, Spotsylvania
· Isaac Eiler: Co. B 48th Pennsylvania; Died August 7, 1862, New York
· 1st Lieutenant Ernst Ellrich: Co. B 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action June 27, 1862, Gaines’ Mill
· John Eplin: 132nd Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, December 13, 1862, Fredericksburg
· Christian Ernst: 11th Pennsylvania Reserves
· Emmanuel Esterheld: Co. K 76th Pennsylvania
· J. Evans: Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Died March 3, 1863, Washington, D.C.
· William Evans: Co. E 48th Pennsylvania; Died June 22, 1864, Philadelphia
· Edward Eveland: Co. E 28th Pennsylvania; Died May 10, 1863, Aquia Creek
· Daniel Evert: Co. C 50th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Solomon Eyster: Co. D 48th Pennsylvania; Died August 22, 1864, Philadelphia
· John Farne: Co. G 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, November 8, 1862
· James Farrall: Co. E 48th Pennsylvania; Died September 25, 1862, Washington, D.C.
· John Farrell: Co. K 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 3, 1863, Chancellorsville
· Lawrence Farrel: Co. E 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Patrick Farrell: Co. C 48th Pennsylvania; Died September 21, 1864, Washington, D.C.
· Emmanuel Faust: Co. A 50th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, Campbell’s Station, Tennessee, November 16, 1863
· Henry Faust: Co. A 50th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Patrick Fay, Co. K 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, October 22, 1862
· Cpl. J. Felterman: Co. G 129th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, December 13, 1862, Fredericksburg
· Daniel Fenstermacher: Co. E 48th Pennsylvania; Died February 11, 1863, Washington, D.C.
· Patrick Ferns: Co. F 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 27, 1862, Gaines’ Mill
· Sergeant Joseph Ferree: Co. G 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 10, 1864, Spotsylvania
· Joseph Fessler: Co. B 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 3, 1863, Chancellorsville
· Capt. Henry A.M. Filbert: Co. K 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action , August 29, 1862, 2nd Bull Run
· Sergeant Roland D. Filbert: Co. K 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, August 29, 1862, 2nd Bull Run
· Amos Fisher: Co. A 88th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, August 1864
· Samuel Fisher: Co. C 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 10, 1864, Spotsylvania
· Corporal John Flanaakers: Co. K 56th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, August 1864
· Sergeant James Fleming: Co. I 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry, Killed in Action, Big Shanty, Georgia
· Corporal Lewis V. Focht: Co. I 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, September 17, 1862, Antietam
· Abe Forrer: Co. B 48th Pennsylvania; Died August 7, 1862, New Bern, North Carolina
· Joseph Foster: Co. D 5th Wisconsin
· Corporal William Fowler: Co. E 55th Pennsylvania; Died April 2, 1864, Beaufort, South Carolina
· Lieutenant Alexander Fox: Co. D 48th Pennsylvania; Died December 1, 1861, Fortress Monroe
· Captain William Fox: Co. K 127th Virginia; Killed in Action, December 13, 1862, Fredericksburg
· Martin Foyle: Co. I 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 27, 1862, Gaines’ Mill
· Valentine Frantz: Co. E 48th Pennsylvania; Died April 28, 1864, Fort Albany, New York
· Corporal A.T. Frazier: Co. C 48th Pennsylvania; Died October 14, 1862, Alexandria, Virginia
· Sergeant William Freast, Co. C 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 3, 1863, Chancellorsville
· Peter Fries: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 3, 1863, Chancellorsville
· Henry Fry: Co. I 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry
· William Fulton: Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Died February 11, 1865, Salisbury Prison, North Carolina
· Anthony Gallagher: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 18, 1864, Petersburg
· Lewis Garber: Co. I 48th Pennsylvania; Died April 23, 1862, Annapolis, Maryland
· Sergeant William T. Garrett: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Died November 23, 1861, Fortress Monroe
· Samuel Gaskins: Died September 18, 1864
· Charles Getighe: Co. E 96th Pennsylvania; Died July 24, 1862
· Barney Getler: Co. C 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, August 29, 1862, 2nd Bull Run
· James Gillespie: Co. A 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Killed in Action, December 1862, Murfreesboro, Tennessee
· Joseph Gilmour: Major 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, June 9, 1864, Georgetown
· Patrick Glennon: Co. F 96th Pennsylvania; Died December 20, 1862, Hagerstown, Maryland
· Elijah Gloss: Co. A 96th Pennsylvania; Died March 25, 1862, Alexandria
· Levi Gloss: Co. A 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 27, 1862, Gaines’ Mill
· James Golles: Co. C 50th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 1864
· Corporal James Gough: Co. D 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 10, 1864, Spotsylvania
· Corporal Alexander Govan: Co. G 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 23, 1864
· George W. Gowen: Colonel 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, April 2, 1865, Petersburg, Virginia
· 1st Lieutenant Henry C. Graeff: Co. D 48th Pennsylvania; Died March 26, 1865, Pottsville
· Arthur Gray: Co. K 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 17, 1864, Petersburg
· Lieutenant George Gressang: Co. I 48th Pennsylvania; Died August 12, 1862
· Stephen Gross: Co. E 96th Pennsylvania; Died August 12, 1862, Fortress Monroe, Virginia
· Thomas Haines: Co. G 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, September 14, 1862, South Mountain
· Jonas Haldeman: Co. I 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action November 29, 1863, Knoxville
· Joseph Halderman: Co. I 96th Pennsylvania; Died August 1864, Washington, D.C.
· John Haley: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, September 15, 1862
· John Haley: Co. F 96th Pennsylvania; Died December 26, 1862, Philadelphia
· John Haley, Jr.: Co. F 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 10, 1862, Spotsylvania
· Michael Haley: Co. K 56th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, August 19, 1864, Petersburg
· John W. Hall: Co. C 96th Pennsylvania; Died August 1, 1862, Harrison’s Landing
· Corporal Patrick Handley: Co. K 48th Pennsylvania, Died October 25, 1862, Washington, D.C.
· Corporal Frank Hanley: Co. A 96th Pennsylvania; Died October 29, 1862, Bakersville, Maryland
· Henry Hanley: Co. C 96th Pennsylvania; Died December 1862
· John T. Hannum: Adjutant 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, June 1864
· Edward Harner: Co. A 50th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action August 29, 1862, 2nd Bull Run
· Jacob Harrill: Co. K 56th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, August 1864
· Henry Harris: 36th Pennsylvania (7th Reserves); Killed in Action
· Henry Harrison: Battery A 5th Pennsylvania Artillery; Killed in Action
· Corporal Albert Hartline: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, 5/3/1863, Chancellorsville
· John T. Hazzard: Co. L 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Died February 16, 1863, Annapolis
· Samuel Heckman: Co. B 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, June 12, 1864
· Henry Hehn: 9th Pennsylvania
· Cpl. J.B. Heiser: Co. H 17th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Killed in Action, December 23, 1864, Gordonsville, Virginia
· James Heiser: Co. I 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, September 30, 1864
· Corporal John Heisler: Co. A 50th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, August 29, 1862, 2nd Bull Run
· Joseph Heisler: Co. A 129th Pennsylvania; Died January 1863
· Jeremiah Helms: Co. C 50th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, September 27, 1862
· Michael Henegan: Co. K 52nd Pennsylvania; Killed in Action
· P. Heneran: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Died November 25, 1864
· John W. Henn: Co. K 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Jacob Henry: Co. A 50th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, May 7, 1864
· Ord. Sgt. George S. Herring: Co. H 17th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Killed in Action, December 23, 1864, Gordonsville, Virginia
· Charles Hesser: Co. G 48th Pennsylvania; Died July 8, 1864, Washington, D.C.
· Charles F. Hesser: Co. D 48th Pennsylvania
· Lewis Hessinger: Co. A 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 22, 1864, Petersburg
· Edward Hetherington: Battery I 2nd Pennsylvania Artillery; Died September 20, 1864, David Island Hospital, New York
· James Higley: Co. I 96th Pennsylvania
· Cpl. John H. Higley: Co. A 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, August 21, 1863, Point Lookout, Maryland
· James Hill: Co. G 96th Pennsylvania; Died July 24, 1864
· William Hill: Co. B 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, December 13, 1862, Fredericksburg
· Orderly Sergeant William Hill: Co. C 50th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Sgt. Charles Hinkle: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Died November 23, 1861, Hatteras Island, North Carolina
· Job Hirst: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, July 3, 1864
· Sergeant Charles F. Hoffman: Co. A 96th Pennsylvania; Died March 31, 1863, Pottsville
· Barth. Hoffy: Co. F 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 10, 1864, Spotsylvania
· Jos. T. Holdeman: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, August 24, 1864
· Michael Hollahan: Co. K 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, September 22, 1862, Burketsville, Maryland
· John Holman: Co. E 129th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 3, 1863, Chancellorsville
· Sergeant John Homer: Co. B 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, April 2, 1865, Petersburg
· Corporal William Hopkins: Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, August 29, 1862, 2nd Bull Run
· Sgt. Thomas Houck: Co. A 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, June 8, 1863, Pottsville
· Sergeant Silas Hough: 5th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Killed in Action, April 2, 1865
· David Houser: Co. A 48th Pennsylvania; Died July 1864, City Point Hospital
· Henry Hoy: 107th Pennsylvania; Died April 2, 1865
· James Hughes: Co. D 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 27, 1862, Gaines’ Mill
· Matthew Hume: Co. B 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Lt. William Hume: Co. B 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, June 30, 1864, Washington, D.C.
· John J. Huntzinger: Co. A 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· 2nd Lt. Henry Clay Jackson: Co. G 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 12, 1864, Spotsylvania
· Adam James: Co. M 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Killed in Action, May 1864, Marietta, Georgia
· Thomas H. James: 1st New York Cavalry; Killed in Action, October 3, 1864, Berryville, Virginia
· Alva F. Jeffries: Co. D 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, September 17, 1862, Antietam
· Corporal Henry Jenkins: Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, August 29, 1862, 2nd Bull Run
· James Jenkins: Battery F 5th United States Artillery; Died November 1862
· R. A. Jenkins: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Died December 24, 1862, Washington, D.C.
· Sergeant Benjamin Franklin Jones: Co. I 52nd Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, Fair Oaks, Virginia
· Cpl. Gomer Jones: Co. A 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, September 14, 1862, South Mountain
· J. Howard Jones: Co. G 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, July 13, 1864
· John Jones: Co. B 55th Pennsylvania; Died August 26, 1864
· John M. Jones: Co. A 129th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, December 13, 1862, Fredericksburg
· Sergeant John R. Jones: Co. I 15th New Jersey; Killed in Action, May 3, 1863, Chancellorsville
· Joseph Jones: Co. F 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Died March 1862, Bardstown, Kentucky
· Wm. A. Jones: Co. F 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Died of Wounds Received in Action, December 1862
· James B. Kane: 13th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Died January 1863
· Daniel Karcher: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Died November 28, 1861, Georgetown
· Jno. Kauffman: Co. D 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· J.F. Keefer: Co. B 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 10, 1864, Spotsylvania
· Philip Keeley: 107th Pennsylvania; Died April 1, 1865
· Daniel J. Kehl: Co. I 48th Pennsylvania; Died June 26, 1864
· John Kelly: Co. K 96th Pennsylvania; Died October 10, 1862, New York
· Luke Kelly: Co. D 96th Pennsylvania; Died March 26, 1864, Palo Alto, Pennsylvania
· Martin Kelly: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 3, 1863, Chancellorsville
· Patrick Kelly: Co. I 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 14, 1864, Spotsylvania
· Thomas Kelly: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, August 29, 1862, 2nd Bull Run
· Sergeant Francis Kemp: Co. E 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 10, 1864, Spotsylvania
· Patrick Kennedy: Co. F 96th Pennsylvania; Died February 7, 1862
· Benjamin B. Kershner: Co. I 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 1864, Cold Harbor
· Lewis Kershner: Co. D 198th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, March 31, 1865, Petersburg
· William Kind: Co. C 96th Pennsylvania; Died August 2, 1862
· James King: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, April 2, 1865, Petersburg
· Thomas Kinney: Co. D 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, December 13, 1862, Fredericksburg
· William Kissinger: Co. B 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, May 24, 1864
· Levi D. Kistler: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Died September 30, 1862
· William Klass: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 3, 1863, Chancellorsville
· Charles Knerr: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Died December 7, 1862
· Frederick Knittle: Co. B 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Reuben Kline: Co. B 129th Pennsylvania; Died January 8, 1863; Falmouth, Virginia
· Andrew Klock: Co. D 48th Pennsylvania; Died June 30, 1862
· Charles Francis Koch: 25th Michigan; Died April 7, 1863, Bowling Green, Kentucky
· Charles Kolb: Killed in Action, October 19, 1864, Cedar Creek, Virginia
· Henry P. Koons: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, September 14, 1862, South Mountain
· Joel Koons: Co. H 17th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Killed in Action, August 1864
· Lewis W. Kopp: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Died October 1, 1864, Washington, D.C.
· David Krieger: Co. A 48th Pennsylvania; Died September 1862, Washington, D.C.
· William H. Kuhns: Co. E 96th Pennsylvania; Died June 15, 1862, Hanover, Virginia
· William Kutz: Co. B 96th Pennsylvania; Died February 4, 1862, Alexandria, Virginia
· 2nd Lieutenant Samuel B. Laubenstein: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Jacob Lauby: Co. K 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 1864, Cold Harbor
· Christian Lauer: Co. B 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, June 10, 1864
· Jno. Lawler: Co. K 96th Pennsylvania; Died March 11, 1863, White Oak Church, Virginia
· Thomas Lawler: Co. K 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 10, 1864, Spotsylvania
· Capt. George Lawrence: Co. A 129th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, January 1, 1863, Fredericksburg
· John Lebo: Co. I 56th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, August 1864
· Richard Lee: Co. A 48th Pennsylvania; Died March 1864, Pottsville
· John H. Leiser: Co. A 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, August 29, 1862, 2nd Bull Run
· Charles F. Leizer: Co. I 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, August 29, 1862, 2nd Bull Run
· George Andrew Lerch: Co. H 129th Pennsylvania; Died November 11, 1862, Fredericksburg
· Corporal William Levison: Co. C 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, January 1, 1865, Petersburg
· Edward Lewis: Co. E 55th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 20, 1864
· Isaac Lewis: Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 17, 1864, Petersburg
· Lewis Lewis: Co. E 55th Pennsylvania; Died April 2, 1864, Hampton Hospital, Virginia
· Thomas Lewis: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Died April 2, 1864, Philadelphia
· Peter Litchfield: Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Died June 1864
· Thomas Lloyd: Co. C 50th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· William D. Lloyd: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Died January 19, 1865, Washington, D.C.
· Sgt. Peter Longwell: Co. B 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Killed in Action, May 1864, Marietta, Georgia
· Joseph Lorr: Co. C 48th Pennsylvania; Company C 48th Pennsylvania; Died October 29, 1862, Alexandria, Virginia
· Samuel McAffee: Co. E 96th Pennsylvania: Killed in Action, May 10, 1864, Spotsylvania
· Patrick McAllister: Co. K 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, September 14, 1862, South Mountain
· Edward McCabe: Co. G 48th Pennsylvania; Died November 12, 1862, Washington, D.C.
· Henry McCann: Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Robert McClelland: Co. A 50th Pennsylvania
· David McCloir: Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, April 2, 1865, Petersburg
· Captain Robert McCormick: 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Died December 1864, Bardstown, Kentucky
· Edward McDonough: Died July 23, 1862
· Thomas McEvoy: Co. C 48th Pennsylvania; Died January 14, 1862, Camp Winfield, North Carolina
· Hugh McFadden: Co. B 56th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, August 1864
· Patrick McGee: Co. K 96th Pennsylvania; Died September 25, 1863, Philadelphia
· John McGovern: Killed in Action, Yorktown, Virginia
· Patrick McLaughlin: Co. F 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Killed in Action, May 1864, Marietta, Georgia
· Barney McMichael: Co. K 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, September 14, 1862, South Mountain
· Samuel McMinnzie: Co. C 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, September 14, 1862, South Mountain
· Michael McNamara: Co. E 55th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Albert Mack: Co. I 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, April 2, 1865, Petersburg
· John Mackey: Co. I 50th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, June 4, 1864, Washington, D.C.
· William Madara: Co. C 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 3, 1863, Chancellorsville
· John Madison: Co. A 96th Pennsylvania; Died July 23, 1862, Harrison’s Landing, Virginia
· George F. Maines: Co. K 48th Pennsylvania: Died November 30, 1862, Hatteras Island, North Carolina
· 1st Sergeant Robert Maingay: Co. D 118th Pennsylvania; Died November 24, 1862, Falmouth
· John Major: Co. E 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 17, 1864, Petersburg
· Thomas Major: Co. E 48th Pennsylvania; Died October 31, 1862, Washington, D.C.
· John Maley: Co. K 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action
· William Mangold: Co. B 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, May 25, 1864, Philadelphia
· Israel Manning: Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, May 1864
· John D. Manning: Co. A 50th Pennsylvania; Died April 14, 1864, Annapolis, Maryland
· Alexander Martin: Co. C 96th Pennsylvania; Died August 6, 1862, Harrison’s Landing, Virginia
· Lewis J. Martin: Major 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, September 14, 1862, South Mountain
· Thomas Marshall: Co. F 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, June 25, 1864
· Alonzo Martz: Co. I 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Died April 13, 1864, Camp Curtin, Harrisburg
· Josiah Matthews: Co. F 109th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 25, 1864, Dallas, Georgia
· Samuel Martz: Co. C 50th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Sergeant William Mayberry: Co.E 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 3, 1863, Chancellorsville
· William H. Medlar: 81st Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, Fredericksburg
· John S. Meredith: Co. H 137th Pennsylvania; Died March 11, 1864, Washington, D.C.
· John Merrill: Co. E 96th Pennsylvania; Died October 29, 1863, Warrenton, Virginia
· John Menear: Co. E 6th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Died May 11, 1862
· Albert Meyer: 9th New York; Died December 25, 1861, Baltimore
· John Michael: Co. E 129th Pennsylvania; Died January 6, 1863
· Aaron Miller: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, September 20, 1862
· Benjamin Miller: 6th United States Cavalry
· Charles Miller: Co. D 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, August 29, 1862, 2nd Bull Run
· David Miller: Co. D 48th Pennsylvania; Died November 6, 1864, Annapolis, Maryland
· Jeremiah Miller: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, January 2, 1863
· John H. Miller: Co. L 3rd Pennsylvania Cavalry; Died May 8, 1862, Yorktown, Virginia
· William Miller: Co. A 48th Pennsylvania; Died November 26, 1861, Hatteras Island, North Carolina
· William Millett: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Died September 7, 1861, Harrisburg
· Thomas Millington: Co. A 129th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, December 13, 1862, Fredericksburg
· Michael Mohan: Co. C 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, May 20, 1864, Washington, D.C.
· Corporal Edward Monckler: Co. E 96th Pennsylvania; Died July 17, 1862, Baltimore
· John Mor: Co. I 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, July 26, 1862
· George W. Morey: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 17, 1864, Petersburg
· John Morrissy: Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· John J. Morrison: Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, October 23, 1862, Washington, D.C.
· John Morton: Co. E 48th Pennsylvania; Died September 5, 1862, Alexandria
· Corporal Daniel Moser: Co. K 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, September 17, 1862, Antietam
· Sergeant Emmanuel Moyer: Co. H 17th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Killed in Action, August 1864
· Laurentus C. Moyer: Co. B 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Solomon Moyer: Co. E 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 10, 1864, Spotsylvania
· James Mulholland: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 17, 1864, Petersburg
· Archibald Muller: Co. K 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Killed in Action, May 1864, Marietta, Georgia
· Sergeant John F. Mundy: Co. F 109th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 25, 1864, Dallas, Georgia
· Sgt. James Murray: Co. H 81st Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, August 25, 1864, Weldon Railroad
· George Nagle: Co. B 96th Pennsylvania; Died January 9, 1864; Washington, D.C.
· George Nagle: Co. G 107th Pennsylvania
· William Nagle: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, August 29, 1862, 2nd Bull Run
· Michael Nash: Co. A 96th Pennsylvania; Died March 19, 1862
· Michael Naus: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Died August 13, 1863, New Baltimore, Virginia
· Daniel Nayer: Co. I 48th Pennsylvania; Died August 22, 1864, City Point, Virginia
· Cpl. Charles Newton: Co. D 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, May 3, 1863
· John Nicholas: Co. A 129th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, December 13, 1862, Fredericksburg
· John C. Niese: Co. B 129th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, December 13, 1862, Fredericksburg
· William Nixon: Co. I 96th Pennsylvania
· Corporal Charles Norrigan: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Chauncey K. Nugent: Co. A 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, July 27, 1864
· Hugh B. Nugent: Co. A 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 27, 1862, Gaines’ Mill
· Martin O’Brien: Co. K 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action May 12, 1864, Spotsylvania
· William O’Brien: Co. I 96th Pennsylvania; Died January 12, 1862
· Tim O’Connor: Co. I 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, June 14, 1864
· John O’Donnell: Co. H 81st Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, July 1, 1862
· Daniel Okon: Co. D 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, September 1864
· B.G. Otto: Co. A 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, October 15, 1862
· Isaac Otto: Co. A 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Peter Otto: Co. A 50th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action August 29, 1862, 2nd Bull Run
· George W. Overbeck: Co. G 8th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Died November 2, 1862
· Patrick Owens: Co. I 96th Pennsylvania; Died October 21, 1861, Pottsville
· John Padden: Co. E 55th Pennsylvania; Died October 17, 1861, Harrisburg
· George H. Payne: Co. H 129th Pennsylvania; Died December 25, 1862, Falmouth, Virginia
· Samuel Petit: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, August 29, 1862, 2nd Bull Run
· Augustus Pfaltzgraf: Band 96th Pennsylvania
· Martin Pike: Co. D 41st Pennsylvania (12th Reserves)
· Sergeant William Place: Co. E 72nd Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, September 17, 1862, Antietam
· Amos Poff: Co. F 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry
· 1st Lt. Curtis C. Pollock: Co. G 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, June 23, 1864
· Lieutenant W.K. Pollock: 1st United States Artillery; Died August 4, 1863, Beaufort, North Carolina
· Degenhart C. Pott: 112th Pennsylvania; Died March 10, 1864
· Corporal John Powell: Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, May 12, 1864
· William Price: Co. I 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 1864, Cold Harbor
· William W. Price: Co. G 129th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, December 13, 1862, Fredericksburg
· Alexander Prince: Co. B 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, September 18, 1862, Antietam
· William Henry Pritchard: Co. E 78th Pennsylvania; Died October 31, 1862, Nashville, Tennessee
· Thomas Probert: Co. B 129th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action May 3, 1863, Chancellorsville
· Edward G. Pugh: Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 23, 1864
· Frank Queeney: Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Died August 30, 1862
· Charles Quinn: Died of Wounds Received in Action, 1864
· George Rahn: Co. A 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry
· Jonas Z. Raber: Co. D 48th Pennsylvania
· George Ramer: Co. D 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, September 6, 1862
· Thomas K. Rausch: Co. C 2nd Iowa; Killed in Action, August 20, 1864, Atlanta, Georgia
· Thomas Rease: Co. D 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, September 14, 1862, South Mountain
· William Reasons: Co. E 48th Pennsylvania, Died of Wounds Received in Action, June 23, 1864, Annapolis, Maryland
· Edward Reber: Co. B 129th Pennsylvania; Died January 12, 1863, Falmouth, Virginia
· Lt. Francis M. Reed: Co. L 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Killed in Action, June 27, 1863, Duck River, Tennessee
· John Reed: Co. A 96th Pennsylvania; Died October 3, 1862, Fort Wood, New York
· John Reed: Co. C 50th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Sergeant Joseph Reed: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, November 16, 1863, Campbell Station, Tennessee
· Joshua Reed: Died May 18, 1865
· Daniel E. Reedy: Co. E 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, June 1864
· L.M. Reese: Co. B 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, August 29, 1862, 2nd Bull Run
· James Regan: Co. E 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, June 23, 1864, Annapolis, Maryland
· Daniel Reighard: Co. C 48th Pennsylvania; Died November 11, 1861, Camp Hamilton, Virginia
· Simon Reigle: Co. A 50th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Henry Reinhart: Co. A 96th Pennsylvania; Died March 23, 1863, White Oak Church, Virginia
· George Rice: Co. K 67th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, August 1864
· 1st Sergeant Joseph Rich: Co. A 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 27, 1862, Gaines’ Mill
· Nathan Rich: Co. K 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 17, 1864, Petersburg
· Samuel Burkhart Richland, Jr.: Co. G 173rd Pennsylvania; Died February 12, 1863, Norfolk, Virginia
· August Richter: Co. C 96th Pennsylvania; Died September 1, 1862, Fort Wood, New York
· Michael Riley: Co. C 50th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Corporal William Rineaehl: Co. B 96th Pennsylvania; Killed May 10, 1864, Spotsylvania
· Peter Ritz: Co. E 55th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· John Roseberry Roads: Co.M 6th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Died October 22, 1863, Durant Station, Iowa
· Reese W. Roberts: Co. L 3rd Pennsylvania Cavalry
· Captain James Robertson: Co. I 22nd Iowa, Killed in Action, May 22, 1863, Vicksburg, Mississippi
· Lewis Robinhold: Co. A 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864, Spotsylvania
· Cpl. Reuben Robinson: Co. B 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, December 13, 1862, Fredericksburg
· William Morris Robinson: 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Died of Wounds Received in Action, August 21, 1864, Jonesboro, Georgia
· John Robson: Co. B 48th Pennsylvania; Died December 20, 1862, Sharpsburg
· Alexander Rogers: Co. A 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 27, 1862, Gaines’ Mill
· Arter Rogers: Co. C 55th Pennsylvania; Died September 1862, Beaufort, South Carolina
· Patrick Rogers: Co. E 48th Pennsylvania; Died March 25, 1865, Washington, D.C.
· Conrad Romanus: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Died September 7, 1862, New York
· John Ruff: Co. A 48th Pennsylvania; Died December 1862, Washington, D.C.
· John Ryan: Co. K 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, September 22, 1862
· Samuel Sager: Co. E 96th Pennsylvania; Co. E 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 10, 1864, Spotsylvania
· Michael Sands: Co. D 96th Pennsylvania; Died March 20, 1863, Pottsville
· Corporal Nathan Santee: Co. E 96th Pennsylvania; Died October 8, 1862
· McCoy Sargeant: Co. G 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, September 27, 1862
· Thomas Scanlan: Co. I 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 3, 1863, Chancellorsville
· Corporal James Schofield: Co. D 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 3, 1863, Chancellorsville
· Samuel Schollenberger: Co. A 48th Pennsylvania; Died January 15, 1865, Salisbury Prison, North Carolina
· Lucian Schwartz: Co. C 50th Pennsylvania
· William Schwartz: Co. B 48th Pennsylvania; Died June 26, 1864
· Daniel Schwenk: Co. N 28th Pennsylvania; Died October 1861
· Addison Seaman: Co. D 48th Pennsylvania; Died July 16, 1862
· Joseph L. Seiders: Co. I 118th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action
· John Sentman: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, September 14, 1862, South Mountain
· John W. Sennett: Co. B 53rd Pennsylvania; Died December 12, 1864, Salisbury Prison, North Carolina.
· James Sexton: Co. A 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 10, 1864, Spotsylvania
· Franklin Sharer: Co. C 50th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Mattie Sheafer: Co. D 48th Pennsylvania; Died August 4, 1862
· James Shields: Co. E 48th Pennsylvania; Died February 26, 1864, Silver Creek, Pennsylvania
· William Shissler: 8th Michigan; Died of Wounds Received in Action, September 7, 1862
· Nicholas Shitehour: Co. B 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, January 1863, Washington
· Cornelius Shovelin: Co. D 96th Pennsylvania; Died December 17, 1862, White Oak Church, Virginia
· Capt. Benjamin B. Shuck: Co. I 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, July 27, 1864
· Nelson Simons: Co. A 48th Pennsylvania; Died July 5, 1864, Minersville
· Henry Simpson: Co. A 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action
· Henry C. Simpson: Co. A 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 27, 1862, Gaines’ Mill
· William Simpson: Co. G 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 23, 1864, Shady Grove Church
· Martin Sipe: Co. C 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, September 14, 1862, South Mountain
· Corporal John H. Slingluff: Co. A 138th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action May 6, 1864, Wilderness
· Alexander Smith: Co. A 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 10, 1864, Spotsylvania
· George Smith: Co. E 147th Pennsylvania; Died July 21, 1863, Milford, Delaware
· Sergeant Harrison K. Smith: Co. K 56th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, July 1863, Gettysburg
· Hugh Smith: Co. K 96th Pennsylvania; Died January 8, 1863, Washington
· William Smith: Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 23, 1864, Shady Grove Church
· William Smith: Co. G 48th Pennsylvania: Died of Wounds Received in Action, September 14, 1862
· William H. Smith: Co. D 48th Pennsylvania; Died April 7, 1864, Annapolis, Maryland
· Frederick Snyder: Co. E 151st Pennsylvania Died May 11, 1863, Wind Mill Point Hospital, Virginia
· Joseph Snyder: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Died October 8, 1862, Burkettsville, Maryland
· Simon Snyder: Co. A 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, June 16, 1864
· John Southam: Died August 1862, Helena, Arkansas
· Andrew Spear: Co. D 48th Pennsylvania; Died April 15, 1862, New Bern, North Carolina
· James R. Spencer: Co. G 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, May 31, 1864
· William Sponsaler: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Died May 20, 1862, Baltimore
· Corporal John Sponslor: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, November 29, 1863, Knoxville, Tennessee
· John Spreese: Co. A 48th Pennsylvania; Died January 21, 1862, Hatteras Island, North Carolina
· John Springer: Co. A 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, October 3, 1862
· Abel. C.T. St. Clair: Co. A 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· John H. Stedham: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 12, 1864, Spotsylvania
· William Steel, Co. A 124th Illinois; Died August 7, 1863, Vicksburg, Mississippi
· Henry Sterner: Co. B 96th Pennsylvania; Died August 12, 1862, Point Lookout, Maryland
· Francis M. Stidham: Died of Wounds Received in Action, July 1864, Annapolis, Maryland
· John Stodd: Co. A 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 10, 1864, Spotsylvania
· Captain Thomas Stodd: Died March 11, 1864
· George Stone: Co. E 55th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Henry Stonefield: Co. A 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 27, 1862, Gaines’ Mill
· William C. Stookey: Co. E 96th Pennsylvania; Died October 5, 1862
· Horace Straub: Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 17, 1864, Petersburg
· Elias Strasser: Co. G 96th Pennsylvania; Died May 9, 1862
· Henry Stubbelbine: Co. C 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, June 2, 1863
· Nathaniel Stutzman: Co. A 50th Pennsylvania; Died May 22, 1864, Washington
· John Sullivan: Co. D 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, October 8, 1862
· Thomas Sullivan: Co. D 107th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, September 17, 1862, Antietam
· Edward Sweeney: Died August 25, 1864, Washington, D.C.
· David F. Thiel: Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action May 1864
· Capt. Edward Thomas: Co. A 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, May 14, 1864
· Evan Thomas: Co. E 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action May 3, 1863, Chancellorsville
· William Thompson: Co. G 96th Pennsylvania; Died December 18, 1862
· Charles Timmons: Co. G 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action September 17, 1862, Antietam
· James E. Tobin: Co. K 96th Pennsylvania; Died October 9, 1862, Fairfax, Virginia
· James N. Tobin: Co. K 96th Pennsylvania; Died January 17, 1862, Glen Carbon, Pennsylvania
· Sergeant Thomas Tosh: Co. E 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, July 7, 1864, Washington, D.C.
· D. Towney: Co. A 50th Pennsylvania; Died September 1862, Washington, D.C.
· Oliver G. Treichler: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action September 14, 1862 South Mountain
· Charles Treisbach: Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Died July 1, 1862, New Bern, North Carolina
· Frank Treon: Co. G 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action September 14, 1862, South Mountain
· Philip Troy: Co. H 17th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Killed in Action, August, 1864
· George Uhl: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action April 2, 1865, Petersburg
· Jonas Vanderslice: Co. D 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, July 16, 1864, Philadelphia
· Otto G.H. Vogel: Co. E 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action September 14, 1862, South Mountain
· Anthony Wade: Co. E 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 8, 1864
· Abraham Wadsworth: Co. B 48th Pennsylvania; Died December 18, 1862, Port Carbon, PA
· Sergeant Benjamin B. Wagner: Co. G 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 10, 1864, Spotsylvania
· Jacob Wagner: Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Died January 3, 1865, Pottsville
· Levan J. Warner: Co. C 50th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Daniel Wary: Co. B 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Reuben Watt: Co. I 48th Pennsylvania; Died March 31, 1864, Annapolis
· Charles Weaver: Co. I 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, December 5, 1863, Knoxville, Tennessee
· Charles E. Weber: Co. I 48th Pennsylvania; Died December 5, 1863, Knoxville, Tennessee
· Joseph Weise: Co. H 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, November 27, 1863, Knoxville, Tennessee
· John Weiser: Co. C 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, August 29, 1862, 2nd Bull Run
· Theodore Weiser: Co. E 55th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· George Welsh: Co. E 48th Pennsylvania; Died February 6, 1865, Salisbury Prison, North Carolina
· John Welsh: Co. E 55th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 20, 1864
· Corporal R. Welsh: Co. F 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 27, 1862, Gaines’ Mill
· William Welsh: Co. A 67th Pennsylvania; Died January 4, 1862
· Frank Wentzel: Co. A 48th Pennsylvania; Died August 12, 1862
· Andrew Werner: Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, June 1864
· Lieutenant Edward Wertley: Co. H 129th Pennsylvania; Died November 30, 1862
· Charles Wessner: Co. K 96th Pennsylvania; Died March 5, 1863, Sharpsburg, Maryland
· Bernard West: Co. A 48th Pennsylvania; Died May 1, 1862, New Bern, North Carolina
· Joseph Whelan: Co. F 96th Pennsylvania; Died March 25, 1862
· John Whitaker: Co. C 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 23, 1864, Petersburg
· William Wicklam: Co. I 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, September 14, 1862, South Mountain
· Daniel Wiehry: Co. L 3rd Pennsylvania Cavalry; Killed in Action
· Frank Wiehry: Killed in Action
· Isiah Wilbur: Co. K 56th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, August 1864
· A. Wilkes: Co. B 96th Pennsylvania; Died June 30, 1864, Savannah, Georgia
· David Williams: Co. E 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, June 1, 1864, Cold Harbor
· James Williams: Co. A 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, December 13, 1862, Fredericksburg
· John Williams: Co. B 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, December 13, 1862, Fredericksburg
· Richard Williams: Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Samuel Williams: Co. G 96th Pennsylvania; Died December 17, 1862
· Thomas D. Williams: Co. D 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, September 14, 1862, South Mountain
· Thomas G. Williams: Co. B 48th Pennsylvania; Died August 1862
· William Williams: Co. G 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· 1st Lieutenant William D. Williams: Co. F 184th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, June 8, 1864
· Henry Williamson: Co. D 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, December 13, 1862, Fredericksburg
· Jerry Willouer: Co. I 48th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, June 22, 1864
· James Wolfinger: Co. C 96th Pennsylvania; Died July 7, 1862 Hill Cates Farm, Virginia
· William Woodring: Co. E 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 10, 1864, Spotsylvania
· Lewis Woods: Co. F 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 1864
· Asher Woomer: Co. E 129th Pennsylvania; Died March 1863
· Frank Workman: Co. G 96th Pennsylvania: Killed in Action, May 10, 1864, Spotsylvania
· Joseph Workman: Co. G 96th Pennsylvania; Died June 9, 1864
· Corporal Josh Workman: Co. G 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 10, 1864, Spotsylvania
· William R. Wren: Co. K 19th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Died April 22, 1865, Jefferson Barracks Hospital, Missouri
· Jacob Wright: Co. E 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 10, 1864, Spotsylvania
· Lieutenant Nicholas Wynkoop: 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Killed August 21, 1862, Gallatin, Tennessee
· George Yinchell: Co. E 55th Pennsylvania; Died January 15, 1865, Salisbury Prison, North Carolina
· Alexander Yost: Co. C 96th Pennsylvania; Died September 12, 1862, Fort Wood, New York
· Joseph Yost: Co. E 96th Pennsylvania; Died October 29, 1863, Warrenton, Virginia
· Nicholas Yost: Co. A 96th Pennsylvania; Died of Wounds Received in Action, June 7, 1864
· Charles B. Zeigler: Co. H 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, September 14, 1862, South Mountain
· Sergeant William Zigler: Co. E 96th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action, May 10, 1864, Spotsylvania
· Albert Zimmerman: Co. I 48th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action April 2, 1865, Petersburg
· David Zimmerman: Co. E 129th Pennsylvania; Killed in Action May 3, 1863, Chancellorsville
· Joseph Zimmerman: Co. F 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Died November 29, 1862, Nashville
· Peter Zimmerman: Co. A 48th Pennsylvania; Died March 1864, Annapolis, Maryland

4 comments:

Simon Devlin said...

I found my namesake in this list. Nice thought to list those in your area.

Anonymous said...

Excellent John,

What a fitting tribute to our boys of 61-65.

Stu Richards

Don said...

John,

Any idea what the county population was in the 1860 census? Seems like a pretty high percentage with over 600 names.

John David Hoptak said...

Hi Don. . .

The total population of Schuylkill County in 1860 was 89,500 men, women, and children. I believe that when you look at those males aged between 16-45, one in every 1.75 men served in the war, for a total of 10,000+ soldiers. It was, indeed, a high percentage.

Thanks,
John