18th Regiment Cavalry
(163rd Volunteers)

Company E

This company was recruited in Dauphin County, Pa., with rendezvous at Harrisburg, in September, 1862, by James E. Gowen. At the regimental organization Captain James E. Gowen was commissioned Lieutenant-Colonel and Thad. S. Freeland became its captain.

At the formal organization of the regiment, this company numbered 112 officers and men, and 54 recruits were afterwards added to the rolls during its service. The original members of this company were mustered out under General Orders, June 14, 1865, and those not mustered out at this tune were assigned to Company E of the Third Regiment of Provisional Pennsylvania Cavalry and discharged there from Oct. 31, 1865.

Captains:

James E. Gowen Sept. 18, 62. Pr. to Lieut. Col., Nov. 28, 62-

Thad. S. Freeland Oct. 13, 62. Pr. fr. 1st Lieut., Dec. 8, 62. Dis. on surg. cert., Dec. 22, 63. Capt'd at Hanover, Pa., June 30, 63. Never ret'd to regt.

S. H. Tresonthick Sept. 17, 62. Pr. to 1st Sergt., Oct. 8, 62, to 2d Lieut., Dec. 8, 62, to Capt., May 1, 64. Captured in action at Brandy Station, Va., Oct. 11, 63; exc. and ret d to the regt. Died July 26 of wd. rec. in action at St. Mary's Church, Va., June 15, 64.

Geo. W. Neiman Oct. 13, 62. Pr. to 2d Lieut., Oct. 8, 62; to 1st Lieut., Dec. 8, 62; to Capt., Dec. 2, 64. Mus. out with Co. E, 3d Regt. Prov. Cav., Oct. 31, 65.

1st Lieutenants:

John R. Winters Sept. 17, 62. Pr. fr. Q. M. Sergt. Co. E, to Regt l Q. M. Sergt. Pr. fr. Regt'l Q. M. Sergt. to 2d Lieut., May 2, 64; com. 1st Lieut., July 2, 64, not mus. Killed at Kauffman s Hill, Va., Oct. 9, 64.

Theodore Jackman Sept. 16, 62. Pr. fr. Regt l Com. Sergt. to 2d Lieut., Dec. 3, 64; to 1st Lieut., Jan. 1, 65. Mus. out with Co. E, 3d Regt. Prov. Cav., Oct. 31, 65.

2nd Lieutenant:

William P. Seal--Sept. 17, 1862.  Promoted from Private to Ord. Sergt., Jan. 30, 1864.  Promoted to 2nd Lieutenant., Jan 2, 1865.  Detailed Acting Provost Marshall, Cavalry, Army of the Shenandoah, Feb. 26, 1865. Det. Act'g A. D. C., 2nd Brig., 1st Div., Dep't of W. Va., June 1st, 1865.  Mustered out June 14, 1865 by preference under G. O. 83. Slightly wounded at St. Mary's Church, Va., June 15, 1864.

1st Sergeant:

Jacob Greenewalt--Sept. 17, 1862.  Promoted from Com. Sergt. to 1st Sergt., Jan 2, 1865.  Mustered out with Company, June 14, 1865.

Q. M. Sergeant:

George F. Wingard--Sept. 17, 1862. Promoted from duty Sergt. to Q. M. Sergt., May 2, 1864. Capt'd in action at Hanover, Pa., June 30, 1863; injured by fall of his horse in an attack of the enemy on regt's camp near Germania Ford, Nov. 18, 1863. Mustered out with company, June 14, 1865.

Com. Sergeants:

Aaron C. Etzweiler--Sept. 17, 1862. Discharged by G. O. June 14, 1865.

James H. Daddow--Sept. 17, 1862.  Promoted from private.  Died Aug. 30 of wounds received in action near Charlestown, Va., Aug. 22, 1864.

Edward Brown--Oct. 2, 1862. Capt'd near Fairfax C. H., Va., on picket, 1863.  Promoted from Corporal. to Com. Sergt., Jan 2, 1865. Mustered out by G. O., July 10, 1865.

Sergeants:

Peter F. Dunkle--Sept. 17, 1862.  discharged by G.O., June 14, 1865.

Joseph S. Morrison--Sept 30, 1862.  Discharged by G. O. June 14, 1865.

George W. Hoch--Sept. 17, 1862.  Discharged by G. O. June 14, 1865.

Gilbert Depew--Nov. 12, 1862.  discharged by G. O., July 21, 1865.

G. W. P. Freeland--Sept. 17, 1862.  Discharged on  Surgeon's certificate, April 1863.

Frederick Greiner--Sept. 17, 1862.  Discharged on Surgeon's certificate, Jan. 16, 1864.

James gray--Sept. 17, 1862.  Discharged on Surgeon's certificate, March 2, 1863.

Charles P. Sheaf--Sept. 17, 1862.  Wounded in an attack by the enemy on regt'l camp near Germania Ford, Va., Nov. 18, 1863.  Transferred to Co. C, 11th Rgt. V. R. C. Dec 2, 1864.  discharged by G. O. July 8, 1865.

Wm. D. A. Naugle--Sept. 17, 1862.  Promoted to 2nd Lieutenant., Co. I, Dec. 9, 1862.

John H. Boalt Sept. 17, 62. Captured in an attack by the enemy on regt'l camp near Germania Ford, Va., Nov. 18, 63; died at Andersonville, Ga. of c. dia., July 1, 64, gr. 2723.

W. H. Poffenberger Nov. 12, 62. Pr. to Regt l Ord. Sergt. Mus. out with Co. E, 3d Regt. Prov., Cav. Oct. 31, 65.

Absalom A. Wilt Oct. 2, 62. Dis. Oct. 12, 65 from Co. E, 3d Regt. Prov. Cav.

Sol'n S. Updegrove Oct. 2, 62. Captured in an attack by the enemy on regt'l camp near Germania Ford, Va., Nov. 18, 63; exc. and ret d to regt. Dis. Oct. 12, 65.

Corporals:

Jerome B. Long Oct. 2, 62. Captured at Hanover, Pa., June 30, 63. Par. and exc. Dis. by G. O., July 13, 65.

William Stephens Sept. 30, 62. Dis. by G. O., June 14, 65.

John A. Berry Sept. 17, 62. Dis. by G. O., June 14, 65.

Sawara S. Snyder Sept. 17, 62. Dis. by G. O., June 14, 65.

John Hoffacker Sept. 30, 62. Killed at Hanover, Pa., June 30, 63.

William Fulkison Sept. 20, 62. Deserted, July 20, 63.

Andrew B. Pines Feb. 29, 64. Mus. out with Co. E, 3d Regt. Prov. Cav., Oct. 31, 65.

Robert J. Young Feb. 26, 64. Dis. by G. O., July 8, 65; inj. by fall of horse on march from Washington, D. C. to Harpers Ferry, Va., 64.

Buglers:

Wilber Shepherd Sept. 30, 62. Captured in action at Mine Run, Va., May 5, 63. Pris. to Mch. 5, 65. Dis. by G. O., June 14, 65.

Isaac N. Williamson.... Sept. 17, 62. Wd. at Spottsylvania C. H., Va., May 8, 64. Dis. by G. O., June 14, 65.

John Bell Apr. 1, 65. Deserted, Sept. 10, 65.

Farriers:

William F. Polm Sept. 17, 62. Dis. by G. O., June 14, 65.

Jas. H. Tresonthick Sept. 17, 62. Dis. by G. O., June 14, 65.

Saddler:

Wm. J. L. Ettinger Sept. 17, 62. Dis. by G. O., June 14, 65.

Privates:

Jesse Ahn Feb. 25, 64. Wd. at St. Mary's Church, Va., June 15, 65. Mus. out with Co. E, 3d Regt. Prov. Cav., Oct. 31, 65.

George Anderson Oct. 2, 62. Captured in an attack by the enemy on regt'l camp near Germania Ford, Va., Nov. 18, 63; died a pris. of war.

Henry H. Ansbach Sept. 17, 62. Dis. on surg. cert., Apr. 22, 63.

Jacob Beller Sept. 17, 62. Captured at St. Mary's Church, Va., July 15, 64. Dis. by G. O., June 14, 64.

William A. Baylor Sept. 30, 62. Wd. at battle of Winchester, Va., Sept. 19, 64. Dis. by G. O., June 14, 65.

George Baucherich Sept. 24, 64. Dis. by G. O., June 14, 65.

Henry C. Bradford Mch. 26, 64. Died May 1, 64; bu. in Mil. Asyl. Cem., D. C.

Solomon Boyer Mch. 2, 65. Mus. out with Co. E, 3d Regt. Prov. Cav., Oct. 31, 65.

Anton Bagt Mch. 6, 65. Absent at mus. out.

Edward Bayley Sept. 17, 62. Miss., Aug. 6, 65.

William B. Bayler Feb. 23, 64. Captured in action at Mine Run. Va., May 5, 64; pris. till Dec. 7, 64. Dis. by G. O., July 8, 65.

John M. Brant Sept. 30, 62. Dis. on surg. cert., Mch., 63.

Jacob Balso Sept. 30, 62. Dis. on surg. cert., Dec., 62.

Ephraim Bradford Sept. 17, 62. Tr. to U. S. Army, Oct., 62.

John H. Burns Sept. 30, 62. Tr. to U. S. Army, Oct., 62.

Henry Barsto Oct. 2, 62. Tr. to U. S. Army, Oct., 62.

Frederick Boyer Sept. 13, 62. Wd. at Hanover, Pa., June 30, 63; sent to Cuyler Hosp., July 5, 63. Surg.

Josiah Curtis, U. S. V. reported "an incised wound on the ocapula";. Date of dis. unknown.

Privates:

F. Bierman--Discharged by G. O. June 29, 1865.

William Bright--Sept 14, 1864.  Not accounted for.

Daniel Carbaugh--Sept 17, 1862.  Wounded in an attack by the enemy on regt'l camp near Germania Ford, Va., Nov. 18, 1863; sabre cut of right parietal region. Adm. to Douglas Hosp., Washington, D. C., Nov. 23; transferred to Satterlee Hospital, Phila, Pa., Nov. 28, 1863. Returned to duty, March 24, 1864.  Discharged by G. O. June 14, 1865.

Henry C. Copley--Sept. 10, 1864. Discharged by G. O. June 14, 1865.

John Campbell--Apr 13, 1865. Mustered out with Co. E, 3rd Regt. Prov. Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

James B. Cooper--Sept. 17, 1862.  Transferred to U. S. Army, Oct., 1862.

Richard Clemens--Sept. 17, 1862.  Transferred to U. S. Army Oct. 1862.

James Cooper--Sept. 17, 1862.  Transferred to U. S. Army Oct. 1862.

Dennis Clark--Sept. 30, 1862.  Transferred to U. S. Army, Oct. 1862.

Dixon O. Chronister--Sept. 29, 1862.  Wounded in action, June 11, 1864; transferred to V. R. C., date unknown.

George W. Davis--March 11, 1864.  Wounded in action, Sept. 28, 1864.  Mustered out with Company E, 3rd Regt. Prov. Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Dallas D. Ditty--Feb 23, 1864.  Mustered out with Co. e, 3rd Regt. Prov. Cav., Oct 31, 1865.

David Davis--Apr. 5, 1865. Mustered out with Co. E, 3rd Regt. Prov. Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

George W. Draper--Sept. 27, 1864. Killed at Cold Harbor, Va., June 11, 1864.

George W. Dailes--Sept. 30, 1862.  Deserted, Oct., 1862.

George D. Esworthy--Feb 27, 1864.  Mustered out with Co. E, 3rd Regt. Prov. Ca., Oct. 31, 1865.

John Engler--Apr. 5, 1865.  Mustered out with Co. E, 3rd Regt. Prov. Cav., Oct. 31, 1865.

Edward Eastman--Sept. 22, 1864.  Absent on detached service at muster out.

Christian B. Erb--September 30, 1862.  Captured, died at Harisburg, Pa. 1864.

John W. Emanhiser. . . .Sept. 17, 62. Not on mus. out roll.

Christian B. Erb 30, 62. Captured; died at Harrisburg, Pa.,

James Fine Apr. 5, 62. Mus. out with Co. E, 3d Regt. Prov. Cav., Oct. 31, 65.

Hiram C. Frailey Sept. 17, 62. Dis. by G. O., June 12, 65.

Frank Ferguson Sept. 17, 62. Tr. to U. S. Army, Oct., 62.

Jacob C. Fackler Sept. 17, 62. Died at Fairfax C. H., Va., June 6, 63.

James T. Ferguson Nov. 12, 62. Deserted, 62.

George Garrison Sept. 30, 62. Dis. by G. O., June 14, 65.

John T. Garrett Feb. 27, 64. Mus. out with Co. E, 3d Regt. Prov. Cav., Oct. 31, 65.

John Gibson May 16, 64. Absent on det. ser. at mus. out.

John Gingerbach Mch. 6, 65. Absent at mus. out.

Barnhard Gruber Sept. 17, 62. Captured in an attack by the enemy on regt l camp, Nov. 18, 63, near Germania Ford, Va.

Benjamin Carman Sept. 17, 62. Captured in action at Brandy

Station, Va., Oct. 11, 63; died at Andersonville, Ga., of dys., Apr. 9, 64, gr. 968.

Edward Guire Nov. 29, 62. Deserted, 62.

John H. Hoover Sept. 17, 62. Dis. by G. O., June 14, 65.

William P. Hess Sept. 17, 62. Dis. by G. O., June 14, 65.

Adam Hurlin Sept. 30, 62. Dis. by G. O., June 14, 65.

John Herman Aug. 5, 64. Dis. by G. O., June 14, 65.

John Henderson Mch. 6, 65. Dis. by G. O., June 21, 65.

William F. Harris Apr. 13, 65. Dis. by G. O., Aug. 8, 65.

Charles Howard Sept. 22, 64. Absent on det. ser. at mus. out.

James Howard Sept. 22, 64. Absent on det. ser. at mus. out.

Daniel Howard Sept. 30, 62. Tr. to U. S. Army, Oct., 62.

John D. Hoover--Sept. 17, 1862.  Captured in an attack by the enemy on regimental camp, Nov. 18, 1863, near Germania Ford, Va., Died at Andersonville, Ga., of c. dia., July 29, 1864, grave 4222.

Charles E. Hager--Sept 30, 1862.  Died at Fairfax C. H., Va., Apr 20, 1863.

C. F. Hollingsworth--Sept. 30, 1862. Transferred to Infantry, date unknown.

Napoleon B. Hunter--Sept. 14, 1864.  Died; burried in National Cemetery, Winchester, Va., Lot 26.

Frederick Hall--October 15, 1864.  Not accounted for.

Enoch B. Jones--Aug. 26, 1864.  Discharged by G. O. June 14, 1865.

John Jones--Sept 22, 1864. Absent on detached service at muster out.

John Kies--Feb 26, 1864.  Wounded in action Oct. 8, 1864. Wounded at Battle, Cedar Creek, Va., Oct. 19, 1864.  Died in hospital May 12, 1865 at Cumberland, Md.

Adam Kurtz--Sept. 17, 1862. Captured in an attack by the enemy on regimental camp near Germania Ford, Va., Nov. 18, 1863.  Died in prison.

John King--March 29, 1864.  Transferred to Co. I, 6th U. S. Cavalry, Dec 2, 1864.

Joseph H. Kawel--Sept. 17, 1862.  Captured in an attack by the enemy on regimental camp near Germania Ford, Va., Nov. 18, 1863; died of scro. at Andersonville, Ga., Aug. 8, 1864, grave 2145.

Richard Kitzelman--Sept 17, 1862.  Deserted, Oct. 19, 1862.

Robert W. Lowe--Sept. 17, 1862.  Discharged by G. O. June 14, 1865.

James Lyons--Sept. 17, 1862.  Wounded June 30, 1863 in action at Hanover, Pa.; sabre cut of scalp; adm. to Jarvis Hospital, Baltimore, Md., July 14, 1863 and transferred to 1st Division Hospital, Annapolis, Md., July 16, returned to duty and was captured Oct. 14, 1863 at Buckland Mills, Pa. Returned to regiment, Dec. 1, 1864.  Discharged by G. O. June 14, 1865.

Caleb Lilly--Feb. 27, 1864.  Absent at muster out.

John Laing--March 6, 1865.  Absent at muster out.

Henry Lambert Sept. 22, 64. Absent on det. ser. at mus. out.

John L. Lukens Sept. 17, 62. Captured Jan. 13, 63 while on patrol near Germania Ford, Va. Died in prison.

Josiah Lehn Sept. 17, 62. Wd. at Wilderness, Va., May 8 and at Old Church, Va., June 11, 64. Tr. to Co. F, 24th Regt., V. R. C., Feb. 18, 65. Dis. by G. O., June 28, 65.

C. D. Mocherman Sept. 17, 62. Dis. by G. O., June 14, 65.

Samuel R. Miller Sept. 27, 64. Dis. by G. O., June 14, 65.

Jacob Miller Feb. 27, 65. Dis. by G. O., July 13, 65.

Franklin Meads Sept. 17, 62. Captured in an attack by the enemy on regt'l camp near Germania Ford, Va., Nov. 18, 63; died a pris. of war.

Wm. Mocherman Oct. 2, 62. Died Apr. 2, 64 of wd. rec. by accident.

Daniel May Sept. 17, 62. Died at Washington, D. C., June, 63; bu. rec. David May, Jan. 2, 63; bu. in Mil. Asy. Cem.

John Murray Sept. 30, 62. Deserted, Oct. 26, 62.

Henry C. Martin Sept. 30, 62. Captured at Hanover, Pa., June 30, 63; was par. and exc., but never rep. to regt.

Isaac McCreary Sept. 28, 62. Dis. by G. O., June 14, 65.

Patrick McGrath Sept. 30, 62. Dis. by G. O., June 14, 65.

John McDonald Feb. 26, 64. Absent on det. ser. at mus. out.

Wm. W. McCarroll Sept. 17, 62. Accidentally shot in camp, Feb. 27, 63; died from same, Apr. 13, 63 at Stevensburg, Va. Bu. in Nat. Cem. at Culpeper C. H., Va., block 1, sec. A, row 7, gr. 217. (National Cemetery)

Wm. C. McCool Sept. 17, 62. Deserted, Sept., 64.

Henry Neff Sept. 17, 62. Captured in charge at Hagerstown, Md., July 6, 63; died at Richmond, Va., Nov. 20, 63; of pneu.

Amos Noble Sept. 29, 62. Died of wds. rec. at Opequan, Va., Sept. 19, 64.

William Orr Mch. 6, 65. Dis. by G. O., July 3, 65.

John H. Polm Sept. 17, 62. Dis. by G. O., June 16, 65. Det. as teamster during his service.

James Pilkington Sept. 17, 62. Deserted, Sept, 63.

Henry C. Painter Sept. 17, 62. Deserted, June 16, 63.

George Reed Feb. 27, 64. Absent at mus. out.

James Roberts Feb. 25, 64. Mus. out with Co. E, 3d Regt. Prov. Cav., Oct. 31, 65.

Samuel Ritzston Sept. 17, 62. Captured in an attack by the enemy on regt'l camp, near Germania Ford, Va., Nov. 18, 63.

Samuel T. Ritz Sept. 17, 62. Tr. to TJ. S. Army, Oct., 62.

Samuel Reed Sept. 17, 62. Deserted, Sept., 62.

Phillip Strominger Sept. 30, 62. Wd. at Opequan, Va., Sept. 19, 64. Dis. by G. O., June 14, 65.

George B. Springer Sept. 17, 62. Mus. out with Company, June 14, 65.

Timothy Sullivan Mch. 29, 64. Absent on furlough at mus. out.

Peter Stout Apr. 12, 65. Died, Aug. 12, 65; bu. in Nat. Cem., Antietam, Md., sec. 26, lot F, gr. 600.

Frederick Shafer Mch. 6, 65. Absent at mus. out.

Adam Snow Mch. 6, 65. Absent at mus. out.

Walter Smith Sept. 22, 64. Absent on det. ser. at muster out.

Oliver Snyder Sept. 29, 62. Deserted, Sept. 62.

Christian K. Spayd Sept. 17, 62. Deserted, Sept., 62.

Dennis Stack Sept. 30, 62. Deserted, Sept, 62.

Henry Trawits Sept. 30, 62. Captured near Fairfax C. H., Va., while on picket, Mch. 10, 63, and capt d Jan. 13, 64 at Germania Ford, Va., while on patrol. Dis. by G. O., June 14, 65.

Thomas M. Turner Feb. 27, 64. Wd. at Old Church, Va., June 11, 64. Mus. out with Co. E, 3d Regt. Prov. Cav., Oct. 31, 65.

Morgan B. Tanner Mch. 6, 65. Absent at mus. out.

Samuel Thompson Sept. 30, 62. Det. as regt l teamster during his term of service. Dis. by G. O., June 16, 65.

Joseph Thomas Mch. 31, [64. Wd. in action, Aug. 25, 64. Absent in hosp. at mus. out.

John Watson Feb. 25, 64. Mus. out with Co. E, 3d Regt. Prov. Cav., Oct. 31, 65.

Charles Waters Feb. 27, 64. Wd. in action June 11 and Aug. 22, 64. Mus. out with Co. E, 3d Regt. Prov. Cav., Oct. 31, 65.

James Waxham Mch. 6, 65. Absent at mus. out.

Aaron Williams Feb. 27, 65. Dis.; date unknown.

Benjamin B. White. . . . Sept. 29, 62. Absent on det. ser. at mus. out.

John Wilson Sept. 17, 62. Tr. to U. S. Army, Oct., 62.

Wm. J. Woodside Sept. 30, 62. Captured at Germania Ford, Va., Jan. 13, 64 while on patrol. Died at Andersonville, Ga., June 9, 64; gr. 1749.

Joseph Wager Sept. 17, 62. Died at Harrisburg, Pa., Sept. 30, 62.

John Warner Sept. 17, 62. Deserted, July 15, 63.

Andrew B. Wilhelm Sept. 30, 62. Deserted twice, the last time from Shepherdstown, Va., Aug. 22, 64, with horse, arms and equipments.

Thomas Ward .Sept. 17, 62. Deserted from Camp Simmons, Harrisburg, Pa.

 

The following list gives the names of the killed, wounded and died, as shown by the rolls of this company.

Kitted:

First Lieutenant John R. Winters, Oct. 9, 1864, Kauffman s Hill,

Va.

Corporal John Hoffacker, June 30, 1863, Hanover, Pa.

Private George W. Draper, June 11, 1864, Cold Harbor, Va.

Wounded:

Captain S. H. Tresonthick, June 15, 1864, St. Mary's Church, Va.

Second Lieutenant William P. Seal, June 15, 1864, St. Mary's Church, Va. (slight).

Sergeant Charles P. Sheaf, Nov. 18, 1863, attack of enemy on regimental camp near Germania Ford, Va.

Bugler Isaac N. Williamson, May 8, 1864, Spottsylvania C. H.

Private Jesse Ahn, June 15, 1864, St. Mary's Church, Va.

Private William A. Bayler, Sept. 19. 1864, Battle of Winchester, Va.

Private Frederick Boyer, June 30, 1863, Hanover, Pa.

Private Daniel Carbaugh, Nov. 18, 1863, attack of enemy on regimental camp near Germania Ford, Va.

Private Dixon O. Chronister, June 11, 1864, hi action.

Private George W. Davis, Sept. 28, 1864, in action.

Private John Kies, Oct. 8, 1864, in action. Oct. 19, 1864, Cedar Creek, Va.

Private James Lyons, June 30, 1863, Hanover, Pa.

Private Josiah Lehn, May 8, 1864, Wilderness, Va. June 11, 1864, Old Church, Va.

Private Phillip Strominger, Sept. 19, 1864, Opequan, Va.

Private Thomas M. Turner, June 11, 1864, Old Church, Va.

Private Charles Waters, June 11, 1864, Old Church, Va.

Commissary Sergeant James H. Daddow, Aug. 22, 1864, in action near Charlestown, Va.

Private Wm. H. Mocherman, wounds received by accident.

Private Wm. W. McCarroll, Feb. 27, 1863, accidentaUy shot in camp.

Private Amos Noble, Sept. 19, 1864, Opequan, Va.

Died of wounds, disease and in prison:

Of wounds:

Captain S. H. Tresonthick, July 26, 1864.

Private John Kies, May 12, 1865, Cumberland, Md.

Commissary Sergeant James H. Daddow, Aug. 30, 1864.

Private Wm. Mocherman, April 2, 1864.

Private Wm. W. McCarroll, April 13, 1863, Stevensburg, Va.

Private Amos Noble, date unknown of wounds received. Opequan, Va.

Of disease:

Private Henry C. Bradford, May 1, 1864.

Private Jacob C. Fackler, June 6, 1863, Fairfax C. H., Va.

Private Charles E. Hager, April 20, 1863, Fan-fax C. H., Va.

Private Napoleon B. Hunter, buried National Cemetery, Winchester, Va., Lot 26.

Private Daniel May, June, 1863, Washington, D. C.

Private Peter Stout, Aug. 12, 1865.

Private Joseph Wager, Sept. 30, 1862, Harrisburg, Pa,

Private Christian B. Erb, , 1864, Harrisburg, Pa.

Died while prisoners of war:

Sergeant John H. Boalt, July 1, 1864, Andersonville, Ga.

Private George Anderson,

Private Benjamin Garman, April 9, 1864, Andersonville, Ga.

Private John D. Hoover, July 29, 1864, Andersonville, Ga.

Private Adam Kurtz,

Private Joseph H. Kawel, Aug. 8, 1864, Andersonville, Ga.

Private John L. Lukens,

Private Franklin Meads,

Private Henry Neff, Nov. 20, 1863, Richmond, Va.

Private Wm. J. Woodside, June 9, 1864, Andersonville, Ga.

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