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Roma R. Tiel, Private, Company M of the 198th
James A. Miller, Private, Company H of the 198th
C.W. Mohorter, Private, Company C of the 198th
Charles W. Betterly, Private, Company H of the 198th

The 198th Pennsylvania Volunteers Infantry Regiment
Organized at Philadelphia September 9, 1864.

Left State for Petersburg, Va., September 19, 1864. Attached to 1st Brigade, 1st Division, 5th Army Corps.

CLICK HERE FOR THE ONLINE TRANSCRIPTION OF
History Of The One Hundred and Ninety-Eighth Pennsylvania Volunteers

authored by MAJOR E.M.Woodward in 1884

Click Here for personnel listings of Company A B C D E F G H I K L M N O Unassigned

Service Summary:

Siege of Petersburg September, 1864 Junction, Quaker & Boydton Roads March 29, 1865
Poplar Springs Church 9/29-10/2 Lewis Farm near Gravelly Run March 29
Reconnaissance to Boydton Road 10/8 White Oak Road March 30-31
Boydton Plank Road, Hatcher's Run, October 27-28 Five Forks April 1
Warren's Raid to Weldon Railroad December 7-12 Lee's Surrender, March to Washington, DC, May 1-12
Dabney's Mills, Hatcher's Run, February 5-7, 1865 Grand Review May 23
Appomattox Campaign March 28-April 9 Mustered out June 4, 1865
Regiment lost during service:
6 Officers + 67 Enlisted men killed or mortally wounded. 44 Enlisted men died from disease. Total 117.

Battle Links :

1864 Battle Map - Click to enlarge Use "Back" button to return1864 Battle Map of Virginia Hatcher's Run 1865 Battle Map - Click to enlarge Use "Back" button to return1865 Battle Map of Virginia
Dabney's Mills
Lewis Farm
Peebles' Farm
White Oak Rd
Five Forks
Appomattox Court House

Commanding Officers

Name Enlist Date Enlist Rank
 Horatio G Sickel 15 September 1864 Colonel
 John B Murray 15 September 1864 Lieut Colonel
 Edwin A Glenn 15 September 1864 Major
 Charles I Maceuen 15 August 1864 Adjutant
 E F Brother 09 August 1864 Quartermaster
 Henry A Grim 15 August 1864 Sergeant
 William   Thompson 21 September 1864 Asst Surgeon
 Aaron   Becker 03 September 1864 Hospl Steward
 John J Pomeroy 15 September 1864 Chaplain
 William H Bull 05 September 1864 Hospl Steward

Some Battle Summaries

Hatcher's Run, Dabney's Mill, Rowanty Creek, Armstrong's Mill, Virginia
On February 5, Bvt. Brig. Gen. David Gregg's cavalry division rode out to the Boydton Plank Road via Ream's Station and Dinwiddie Court House in an attempt to intercept Confederate supply trains. Maj. Gen. G.K. Warren with the V Corps crossed Hatcher's Run and took up a blocking position on the Vaughan Road to prevent interference with Gregg's operations. Two divisions of the II Corps under Maj. Gen. A.A. Humphreys shifted west to near Armstrong's Mill to cover Warren's right flank. Late in the day, Maj. Gen. John B. Gordon attempted to turn Humphreys right flank near the mill but was repulsed. During the night, the Federals were reinforced by two divisions. On February 6, Gregg returned to Gravelly Run on the Vaughan Road from his unsuccessful raid and was attacked by elements of Brig. Gen. John Pegram's Confederate division. Warren pushed forward a reconnaissance in the vicinity of Dabney's Mill and was attacked by Pegram's and Maj. Gen. William Mahone's divisions. Pegram was killed in the action. Although the Union advance was stopped, the Federals extended their siegeworks to the Vaughan Road crossing of Hatcher's Run. Result(s): Union gained ground
Campaign: Richmond-Petersburg Campaign (June 1864-March 1865)
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Lewis's Farm, Quaker Road, Military Road Virginia
On March 29, in the opening moves of Grant's spring offensive, Sheridan marched with the army's cavalry followed by the V Corps toward Dinwiddie Court House to turn the right flank of Lee's Petersburg defenses. The Union V Corps under Maj. Gen. G.K. Warren crossed Rowanty Creek, moved up the Quaker Road toward the Boydton Plank Road intersection, and encountered Johnson's Confederate brigades. A sharp firefight forced the Confederates back to their entrenchments on the White Oak Road.
Result(s): Union victory
Campaign: Appomattox Campaign (March-April 1865)
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Peebles' Farm, Poplar Springs Church, Wyatt's Farm Virginia
In combination with Maj. Gen. Benjamin Butler's offensive north of the James River, Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant extended his left flank to cut Confederate lines of communication southwest of Petersburg. Two divisions of the IX corps under Maj. Gen. John G. Parke, two divisions of the V Corps under Maj. Gen. G.K. Warren, and Brig. Gen. David M. Gregg's cavalry division were assigned to the operation. On September 30, the Federals marched via Poplar Spring Church to reach Squirrel Level and Vaughan Roads. The initial Federal attack overran Fort Archer, flanking the Confederates out of their Squirrel Level Road line. Late afternoon, Confederate reinforcements arrived, slowing the Federal advance. On October 1, the Federals repulsed a Confederate counterattack directed by Lt. Gen. A.P. Hill. Reinforced by Maj. Gen. Gershom Mott's division, the Federals resumed their advance on the 2nd, captured Fort MacRae which was lightly defended, and extended their left flank to the vicinity of Peebles' and Pegram's Farms. With these limited successes, Meade suspended the offensive. A new line was entrenched from the Federal works on Weldon Railroad to Pegram's Farm.
Result(s): Union victory
Campaign: Richmond-Petersburg Campaign (June 1864-March 1865)

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Company "C"
(Thanks to Sheila Fields for the transcription of this company)

198th Pennsylvania, Company C        
NAME RANK DATE OF MUSTER REMARKS  
George W. Mulfrey Captain Sept. 2, '64 Killed at Lewis' Farm, Va., March 29, 1865  
Thomas Mitchell Captain Sept. 2, '64 Promoted from 1st Lieutenant to Captain, March 29, 1865. Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Carlton Birch 1st Lieutenant Sept 2, '64 Promoted from Sergeant, Co.D, First Regiment, Michigan Vols, to 2d Lieutenant, March 29, 1865. Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
James F. Milligan 2d Lieutenant Sept 2, '64 Promoted from 1st Sergeant, March 29, 1865 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Wesley Miller 1st Sergeant Aug 29, '64 Promoted from Corporal, March 29, 1865. Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Wm. H. Aldread Sergeant Aug 19, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
George Bennett Sergeant Aug 31, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
William Johnson Sergeant Aug 31, '64 Wounded at Lewis' Farm, Va. March 29, 1865. Promoted from Corporal, April 1, 1865. Discharged by general order, May 30, 1865  
James Drugan Sergeant Sept 1, '64 Promoted from Private, April 1, 1865. Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Wm. L. Patterson Corporal Aug 24, '64 Wounded at Lewis' Farm, Va., March 29, 1865. Absent, in hospital, at muster-out.  
George W. Moffatt Corporal Sept 5, '64 Absent, in hospital, at muster-out.  
Wm. H. Hornketh Corporal Aug 31, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
John C. Herman Corporal Sept 8, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Hugh Weiley Corporal Aug 31, '64 Promoted to Corporal, April 1, 1865. Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Hiram W. Williams Corporal Aug 11, '64 Promoted to Corporal, April 1, 1865. Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
John C. Boyce Corporal Sept 10, '64 Promoted to Corporal, April 1, 1865. Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Henry Hodge Corporal Aug 27, '64 Promoted to Corporal, April 1, 1865. Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Robert Hadden Corporal Sept 3, '64 Killed at Lewis' Farm, Va., March 29, 1985.  
John Irlem Corporal Aug 11, '64 Died at Washington, D.C., Feb. 2, 1865. Buried in National Cemetery, Arlingotn, Va.  
John Glover Corporal Sept 8, '64 Transferred to Army of the Southwest, Dec.16,1864  
Adams, Theodore Private Sept 13, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Allen, William Private Sept 8, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Altemus, Aug. E Private Sept 3, '64 Discharged by general order, May 16th, 1865  
Baker, Edward L. Private Oct 10, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Barnwell, Richard Private Sept 8, '64 Discharged by general order, July 17, 1865.  
Beck, Henry Private Sept 3, '64 Discharged by general order, June 26, 1865.  
Bender, Henry Private Sept 8, '64 Deserted, September 18, 1864.  
Beneke, George Private Sept 10, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Bergstresser, Israel Private Sept 1, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Blake, John Private Sept 1, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Boone, Daniel Private Sept 8, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4,1865.  
Brown, Thomas M. Private Sept 2, '64 Wounded at Lewis' Farm, Va., March 29, 1865. Discharged by general order, June 14, 1865.  
Burns, James Private Sept 2, '64 Discharged by general order, July 13, 1865.  
Byrnes, Hugh Private Sept 8, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Cahill, Joseph Private Nov 5, '64 Not on muster-out roll.  
Chambers, Wm. T. Private Sept 8, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Clayton, Paul Private Sept 1, '64 Not on muster-out roll.  
Conner, James Private Feb 10, '64 Not on muster-out roll.  
Copeland, Paul Private Aug 29, '64 Transferred to Company L - date unknown.  
Coyle, Barney Private Aug 25, '64 Not on muster-out roll.  
Coyle, Joseph L. Private Aug 25, '64 Wounded at Lewis' Farm, Va., March 29, 1865. Absent, in hospital, at muster-out.  
Cullen, Dennis Private Sept 2, '64 Wounded at Lewis' Farm, Va., March 29, 1865. Discharged by general order, June 15, 1865.  
Donatt, Rynear T. Private Sept 6, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Dorman, Issac Private Sept 7, '64 Died of wounds received at Lewis' Farm, Va., March 29, 1865.  
Dougherty, Henry Private Sept 8, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Dugan, Dennis Private Aug 25, '64 Wounded at Lewis' Farm, Va., March 29, 1865. Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Dyer, Charles H. Private Sept 3, '64 Discharged on surgeon's certificate, May 15, 1865.  
Fay, James Private Sept 5, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Foster, E.C.H. Private Sept 5, '64 Absent, in hospital, at muster-out.  
Gentzweiler, Wm. Private Jan 15, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Gilbert, John Private Sept 8, '64 Deserted, Sept 18, 1864.  
Givens, James Private Sept 1, '64 Killed at Lewis' Farm, Va., March 29, 1985.  
Grant, John Private Aug 31, '64 Discharged by general order, May 30, 1865.  
Hamilton, Alexander Private Sept 1, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Harper, James Private Oct 17, '64 Not on muster-out roll.  
Harrison, William Private Aug 11, '64 Not on muster-out roll.  
Hill, Charles Private Aug 24, '64 Discharged by general order, June 6, 1865.  
Horms, Frank Private Oct 10, '64 Discharged by general order, June 13, 1865.  
Horner, Francis Private Sept 1, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Hornketh, George Private Aug 24, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Hutchinson, Thomas Private Sept 8, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Jenkins, David Private Sept 8, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Johnson, Henry Private Sept 8, '64 Deserted, Sept 18, 1864.  
Kemler, John Private Oct 5, '64 Killed at Lewis' Farm, Va., March 29, 1985. Buried in Poplar Grove National Cemetery, Petersburg; Division A, Section A, Grave 30  
Kincaid, William W. Private Aug 29, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
King, Henry Private Sept 5, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Klander, William P. Private Sept 8, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Lahmar, John Private Sept 6, '64 Deserted, Sept 18, 1864.  
Lapp, Charles Private Sept 5, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Lapp, John Private Sept 5, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Lemmon, John Private Sept 1, '64 Discharged by general order, June 14, 1865.  
Len, Albert Private Sept 8, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Lynch, Henry A. Private Aug 25, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Mahan, Alonzo Private Sept 7, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Marshman, Chan'r Private Sept 5, '64 Transferred to Company K - date unknown.  
M'Cartney, Michael Private Sept 9, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Meckel, Patrick Private Oct 7, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Miller, Lewis Private Oct 6, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Miller, William Private Oct 5, '64 Discharged by general order, Aug. 28, 1865.  
Mitchell, John Private Sept 7, '64 Wounded at Lewis' Farm, Va., March 29, 1865. Discharged by general order, June 20, 1865.  
Mohorter, C. W. Private Sept 3, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Montgomery, Robert Private Sept 7, '64 Discharged by general order, Aug. 28, 1865.  
Moore, James Private Sept 5, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Muller, Peter Private Sept 6, '64 Deserted, Sept 18, 1864.  
Myers, Jesse Private Sept 7, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Nipe, John Private Sept 8, '64 Deserted, Sept 18, 1864.  
Ommerly, Joseph B. Private Aug 31, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Patterson, James Private Sept 2, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Repshur, Randolph Private Sept 10, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Rineare, Ellis Private Sept 2, '6 4 Not accounted for.  
Ring, Jeremiah Private Oct 10, '64 Discharged by general order, June 6, 1865.  
Roberts, Alfred Private Sept 1, '64 Discharged by general order, June 20, 1865.  
Roberts, William Private Oct 10, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Robinson, William H. Private Sept 6, '64 Wounded at Lewis' Farm, Va., March 29, 1865. Discharged by general order, July 3, 1865.  
Ryan, John Private Sept 8, '64 Deserted, Sept 18, 1864.  
Schular, John Private Sept 9, '64 Wounded at Lewis' Farm, Va., March 29, 1865. Discharged by general order, June 14, 1865.  
Schwerin, Leonard M. Private Aug 18, '64 Deserted, March 31, 1864.  
Sheridan, Thomas Private Sept 8, '64 Died of wounds received at Lewis' Farm, Va., March 29, 1865.  
Slocum, Peter Private Sept 9, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Snyder, Peter L. Private Sept 3, '64 Discharged by general order, June 17, 1865.  
Stroud, Robert P. Private Sept 9, '64 Wounded at Lewis' Farm, Va., March 29, 1865. Discharged by general order, June 23, 1865.  
Sullivan, Andrew O. Private Sept 6, '64 Deserted, Sept 18, 1864.  
Sutherland, Alfred Private Sept 9, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Tapper, Joseph F. Private Sept 5, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Thornley, Thomas W. Private Sept 8, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Tominy, Patrick Private Aug 27, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Troupe, Ford D. Private Sept 1, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Updike, Abraham Private Sept 9, '64 Wounded at Lewis' Farm, Va., March 29, 1865. Discharged by general order, June 14, 1865.  
Wadsworth, D. G. Private Sept 9, '64 Wounded at Lewis' Farm, Va., March 29,1865. Absent, in hospital, at muster-out.  
Walker, Charles C. Private Sept 8, '64 Deserted, Sept 18, 1864.  
Wentzell, Conrad Private Oct 6, '64 Wounded at Lewis' Farm, Va., March 29, 1865. Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
White, Cornelius Private Sept 1, '64 Mustered out with company, June 4, 1865.  
Willis, James Private Sept 5, '64 Transferred to Company K - date unknown.  

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Company "G"
(Reference online transcription of Samuel P. Bates History of Pennsylvania Volunteers at http://www.pacivilwar.com/cwpa198g.html)

Captain: William T. Guinther

First Lieutenant : John B. Sauermilch

Second Lieutenant : Jeremiah C. Keller

First Sergeant : Jonas Eckert

Sergeants :
Isaac Eckert
Jeremiah O. Keller
John M. Weil
Franklin Kern
Henry Smith

Corporals :
Isaac W. Brown
Cornelius Heist
William Angstadt
James Deverau
Edward Lorish
Frank Reifsnyder
Aaron Detweiler
Abraham Babb

Musician : William B. Weiser

Privates :
Angstadt, Peter
Angstadt, Solomon
Allbright, David
Alexander, William
Ackerly, Jacob
Boyer, Levi
Batz, William
Barrett, John
Butterweck, William
Bernhard, David
Babb, Henry
Brenthinger, F. C.
Christman, Thomas
Dillinger, Charles
Deroner, Lewis
Dethamble, Joseph
Dry, Nicholas
Dull, Abraham
Dry, Lewis
Eck, Reuben
Ely, John
Fegley, James
Fenstermaker, Jacob
Fahringer, Benjamin
Frederick, Abraham
Frederick, Tilghman S.
Fossler, John
Fuchs, Adolph
Good, David
Graw, John
Guinther, Laphner
Greaff, Charles
Gintzley, Frederick
Gerlach, Michael
Guth, David D.
Gresle, Levi
Heist, John
Heist, David
Heist, Samuel
Hopper, Elias
Hertzog, Philip
Heilman, James G.
Hirst, William
Higgins, James
Hart, John
Jacoby, Franklin
Jefferson, William J.
Kressler, Levi
Llopp, Levi
Kissinger, Morris
Koch, William
Long, John
Landes, Jonathan
Levan, Abraham
Laderer, Charles
Miller, George
Miller, Edwin L.
Mills, Michael
Moyer, Reuben
Mertz, Henry
Muman, Francis
Miller, Wellington
Michael, Henry P.
M'Carty, Amos
Noll, Jacob
Potter, William H.
Rapp, Philip
Reifsnyder, Samuel
Reifsnyder, Reuben
Seiple, Alfred
Smith, Jacob
Shupert, Augustus
Schlegel, Levi
Sicher, Annes
Strach, Thomas
Shunk, Peter
Smith, David
Staudt, Gideon D.
Troxel, Aaron
Weind, John
Williams, George

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Company "H"
(Thanks to Skip Miller, descendant of James A. Miller, for the transcription of this company)

Officers
Captain - Gardner, Benjamin F.
1st Lt. - Davies, John H.
2nd Lt. - Garnner, James C.

Sergeants
1st - Smith, John D. (died Oct. 11, 1864)
Reynolds, Charles B. (promoted to 1st on Nov. 1, 1864)
Reynolds, Ferdinando C.
Carpenter, John
Pennington, James N.
Gillmore, Albert (promoted to sergeant Nov. 1, 1864)

Corporals
Rought, Sylvester L.
Vosburg, Charles M.
Miller, John B.
Thomas, Ira J.
Pembleton, Matthew
Brandon, George D.
Long, Augustus
Pender, Elias P. (promoted to corporal Nov. 1)

Musicians
Lewis, Andrew J. (drummer)
Browning, Walter W. (Fifer)

Soldiers
Ash, William
Abraham, William
Boston, Simon P.
Bliss, Edwin Z.
Bechtel, Charles B.
Bean, Henry
Bogart, John W.
Betterly, Charles, W.
Bush, William
Cruismire, Joseph
Colvin, James W.
Carey, Bateman D.
Carpenter, Oscar
Carey, John
Derhamer, Joseph
Doty, George
Doty, Ira
Durn, James
Eveland, D.M.
Franklin, Vocances
Focht, John G.
Freen, Gorton W.
Goldsmith, John
Huth, Moltes F.
Humer, John D.
Hoffman, Jacob D.
Houston, Robert
Hamilton, George (supposed to have been captured on raid of Gen. Warren on Weldon Railroad, Dec. 11, 1864)
Hess, Herman J.
Hagy, James Keely
Jones, James E.
Jones, James
Klinger, George W.
Kephart, Albert
Kline, Stephen
Koenig, John
Letteer, Samuel
Lewis, Samuel B.
Markle, Monroe
Markle, Hiram
Marshall, Joseph
Mead, William H.
Mabus, Edwin
Moore, Elijah
McKown, John W.
Miller, Samual
Miller, James A. (Skip's great grandfather)
McDonough, Edward
Nagle, Samuel
Oakley, George H.
Pembleton, Edward
Potter, Smith M.
Pennington, Alexander R.
Pace, John
Richenbach, Noah B.
Russell, Mathew
Simpson, James
Sechler, Wilson
Snyder, Elias
Stewart, John F.
Schmouch, Adam
Seward, Daniel W.
Smith, Joseph
Smith, William A.
Small, Robert
Savage, Reuben
Thomas, Joseph
Thomas, Seth W.
Thomas, Leroy W.
Tubbs, Edmund
Tubbs, James M.
Thomas, Adelbert
Vose, James L.
Wilson, Jacob O.
White, Amos M.
William, Morris

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Company M, 198th Regiment Penna. Vols
1st Brigade, 1st Division, 5th Army Corps.

(Thanks to David Seipp for the transcription of this company)

Company Officers  
Capt. William S. Flory  
1st Lieut. John M. Barclay  
2nd Lieut. Mordecai Morris  
   
Sergeants  
1st. Charles F. Colwell  
Sebastian Echle  
John W. Burnett  
George B. Armitage  
Swayze Gordon  
   
Corporals  
George W. Carver  
Lewis Keenest  
John R. Christ  
Edward W Slack  
John W Divers  
Joseph Clark  
William Mattus  
George Hammer  
   
Musicians  
Thomas Smith Drummer
John Kleckler Drummer
   
Field & Staff Officers  
Colonel Horatio G. Sickel 2nd Enlistment
Lt. Col John B. Murray  
Major Edward A. Glenn 2nd Enlistment
Adjutant C. Z. Macuen  
Quartermaster Edward F. Brother 2nd Enlistment
Surgeon Henry A. Grim 2nd Enlistment
Asst. Surgeon William Thomas 2nd Enlistment
Chaplain John I. Pomeroy 2nd Enlistment
   
Enlisted Men  
Bugeless, John Lanney, Hugh
Barth, William Lees, Frederick J.
Butts, Philip Leaver, William
Bitler, Michael J. McCauley, Thomas
Buck, Isaac G. Miller, Levi
Bush, James G. Morehouse, Elias
Broadstone, Leonard Miles, Isaac
Blanicern, Thomas Meese, Davis
Clark, James Miller, William S.
Coffman, Irvin Marck, Conrad
Carr, William Mutter, George
Diehl, Francis Northamer, Andrew
Dietrich, Samuel Ochs, Adolph
Drake, Seely S. Oepplink, William
Dampman, John Orner, Charles T.
Davidson, Jonathan Pugh, Daniel
Dethample, Nicholas Peters, Banghart
Eagle, Philip Rhodes, Abraham R.
Edinger, Peter Richards, John
Fry, Jacob Slichter, William
Focht, George G. Smith, Robert
Faggan, James Staples, Edward
Gordon, Joseph Staples, Charles
Gohren, Thomas Staples, Sydenham
Goodman, Joseph Schnieder, Christian
Gordon, Albert Sholly, George
Hauser, Samuel A. Sands, William D.
Huntsman, David Sheeler, Ethan B.
Hacker, Jacob Strooss, Isiah
Hammond, William G. Stamets, Joseph
Hauser, George A. Smith, Samuel
Hartz, Jackson Stewart, William
Hofleich, Michael Shoemaker, Wm D.
Hankey, Tilghman Tiel, Roma R.
High, Jacob Wells, Lewis
Kline, Daniel Z. Ward, Michael
Kotzenmoyer, Henry Waugh, William
Kimbal, Daniel Westley, Henry W.
Keterer, Daniel F. Westley, Isiah
Livezey, Franklin Wireman, John
Linder, Charles Wilson, Westley
  Yohe, Stephen

As of January 1865 Engagements were:
Peebles Farm, VA Sept 30, 1864
South Side R.R., VA Oct 27 & 28, 1864
Warrens Raid to Weldon R.R. Dec 6 - 12, 1864

Does not include deaths, wounded, discharges, promotions for the period of January 1865 to mustering out on June 3, 1865. Also there were numerous engagements from January to June 1865, not listed here, including, but not limited to Petersburg. Hatcher's Run, Boydton and White Oak Roads, Five Forks, Sailors Creek and Appomattox.

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