ONE HUNDER THIRTY SECOND REGIMENT

PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS

 

Companies F & G

 

PAGES 645 & 646

 

 

Companies F & G of this nine months’ regiment were principally made up in this county.  Their rosters follow:

 

 

FIELD AND STAFF

 

 

Albright, Charles     Colonel

Commissioned Major Aug. 22, 1862; promoted to Lt. Col. Sept 28, 1862; promoted to Colonel Jan. 24, 1863.

 

 

Company F

(Mustered in Aug. 15, 1862; mustered out May 24, 1863)

 

Laciar, J. D.                       Captain

Enlisted as 2nd Lt., promoted to Captain Dec. 5, 1862.

 

Wilhelm, George W.           Captain

Capt.., disch., to date from Dec. 5, 1862

 

Musselman, Thomas          1st Lt.

 

Kerns, John                           2nd Lt.

Enlisted as Corporal.  Promoted to 2nd Lt. Dec. 5, 1862

 

Sergeants

 

Breneiser, Oliver      1st Sgt

 

Musselman, Oliver F.                          Miller, Jacob

Hoff, John                                              Mack, Charles

Sherry, John

 

 

Corporals

 

Wintermute, Franklin C.                 Rex, William R.

Shadel, Joseph                                  Schultz, John

Jones, David M.                                Miner, William

Scheetz, Albert E.                             Trainer, Lewis                     

 

 

 

Wagoner

Hahn, Segastian

                                   

 

Privates

 

Armbruster, Bartlett           

Allen, William         

Bartley, Daniel

Belsner, August

Baker, Thomas         

Clewell, Joseph       

Cunfer, Stephen

Christine, Thomas               

Duryea, George W. 

Drumbore, Joseph                            Discharged Jan. 13, 1863 on account of wounds.

Dreisbach, Charles S.                      

Dreisbach, Joseph               

Everts Samuel                                   Discharged Feb. 13, 1862 on disability.

Everts, William                               

Frantz, William

Everts, Peter             

Fullweiler, Owen C.

Eck, Jonathan

Frederick, Lewis     

Fritz, Aaron  

Grow, Samuel

Gearhart, George H.                        Discharged March 10, 1863 on account of wounds.

Gumbard, Aaron H.

Hosler, Frederick                

Grow, Henry

Hottenstein, John W.

Hontz, Joseph

Houser, George       

Hough, Oliver

Johnson, Alexander

Kressley, Daniel                               Discharged Jan. 15, 1863 on account of disability.

Kistler, John

Kemerer, Edwin                  

Keene, Samuel                     

Lentz, John   

Levy, Levi M.                                   Discharged Feb. 25, 1863 on account of disability.        

Lynn, Samuel D.      

Moyer, Charles F.

Mills, Alexander                              Discharged Sept. 25, 1862 on account of disability.

Moser, Francis H.    

McCance, Samuel    

Mattern, Monroe

McGee, Daniel

Nace, James E.

Nothstein, Jacob      

Neyer, Moses           

Neumeyer, Valentine

Patterson, Charles A.                      

Ramaley, Charles W.          

Rex, Aaron

Rodfink, Jacob         

Rice, Leopold

Ridler, Jacob

Stermer, Otto

Solt, Francis

Steigerwalt, Lewis

Sinker, Charles        

Strouse, Jacob

Solt, Paul      

Siegfried, William S.

Sandall, Josiah

Steigerwalt, Monroe           

Werstein, Henry                  

 

 

 

Killed in Battle and Died of Disease

 

Musselman, Oliver F.         Sgt.    

Killed in battle of Antietam Sept. 17, 1862

 

Shadel, Joseph         Cpl.   

Died Nov. 28, 1862 at Belle Plains, Va., of disease.

 

 

Privates

 

Grow, Samuel                                   Died of wounds received in battle of Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.

Moyer, Charles F.                             Killed in battle of Antietam Sept. 17, 1862

Clewell, Joseph                                Died at Harper's Ferry, Va., of wounds received in action at Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862.

Nace, James E.                                  Died of wounds received in action at Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.

Lentz, John    Pvt.                             Died of wounds received in action at Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.

Ramaley, Charles W.                       Died Jan. 27, 1863 at Windmill Point, Va., of disease.

Rex, Aaron    Pvt.                             Died at Smoketown Hospital, Nov. 11, 1862.  Wounded at Antietam.

Stermer, Otto                                    Died March 24, 1863 of wounds received in action at Fredericksburg, Dec. 13, 1862.

Solt, Francis                                       Died on the march in Maryland, about Sept. 14, 1862.

 

 

 

 

 

Company G

 

Howard, Isaac                      Captain

Promoted from Private to Captain Jan. 30, 1863.

 

Abbott, Robert A.                Captain.

Discharged Jan. 13, 1863 on account of wounds.

 

Fulton, William H.              1st Lt.

Promoted from Sgt. to 1st Lt. Jan. 13, 1863.

 

Dolon, John                          1st Lt.

Discharged on disability.  Wounded at Antietam.

 

Weiss, John                           2nd Lt.

 Promoted from Sgt. to 2nd Lt. March 17, 1863.

 

Salkeld, Edward H.             2nd Lt.

Discharged March 17, 1863.

 

           

Sergeants

 

Williams, John T. C.                         Radcliffe, William

Simons, Charles                                Weiss, Charles

Butler, Joshua

 

 

Corporals

 

Garret, David                        Osborne, John                       Leslie, John

Callan, Hugh                        Bobst, Charles                       Springer, William J.

 

 

Privates

 

Abner, Charles

Backert, Joseph

Buck, George                       

Connelly, Joseph

Cassady, Peter

Callaghan, William

Darlington, Wilson M.

Davis, William

Dempsey, Bernhard

Derbyshire, James

Dougherty, Michael

Ephlin, John

Earley, John

Elliott, Patrick

Fry, Conrad                                       Discharged on account of wounds Dec. 9, 1862.

Floyd, Andrew

Flemming, Patrick

Graver, John                                      Discharged on account of disability.

Holmes, Charles

Hoy, William

Jenkins, Morgan

Krum, William F.                

Knouse, John                                    Discharged on account of disability.

Koons, Willoughby                         Discharged on account of wounds.

Kinckle, Christian

Kelley, Matthew

Kelley, Bernhard

Klotz, William F.

Klotz, John F.

Loch, Jonas                                        Discharged on account of disability.

Lange, Henry

Lieser, Peter

Leed, William

Masterson, Luke                 

Mellick, Edward P.             

Moyer, M.     

McCullough, Michael

Mansfield, Henry

McGovern, John                               Discharged on account of wounds.

Miller, Jonathan L.

Noble, William H.                           Discharged on account of disability.

Patterson, James

Poh, Alfred

Rose, George                       

Ruch, Jonathan L.    

Reilley, Michael

Reilley, Hugh

Ronemous, Hugo

Solomon, John F.     

Sowerwein, Paul

Shaeffer, David

Shingler, Jacob

Smith, Bernhard

Smitham, Thomas

Synyard, Robert

Stacy, John

Schoonover, William

Schoonover, Henry B.

Rigby, Thomas                    

Toner, John               

Sprohl, Thomas                   

Walters, Rufus

Weisley, John

Winterstein, Henry                          Discharged on account of wounds.

Welsh, Michael                                 Discharged on account of disability.

Weaver, Tilghman

Yemmons, Edward

Youtz, Elijah                                     Discharged on account of disability.

 

 

 

Killed in Battle and Died of Disease

 

 

Darlington, Wilson M.                    Died Jan. 31, 1863 of wounds received in action at Fredericksburg, Dec. 13, 1862.

Ephlin, John                                      Killed in battle of Fredericksburg Dec. 13, 1862.

Floyd, Andrew                                 Died at Falmouth, Va., March 2, 1863 of disease.

Krum, William F.                             Died at Smoketown Hospital, Md., of wound received in action at Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862.

McCullough, Michael                     Killed in action at Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862.

Moyer, M.                                          Died at Smoketown Hospital, Md., of wound received in action at

Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862.

Mellick, Edward P.                          Killed in action at Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862.

Ruch, Jonathan L.                             Died at Smoketown Hospital, Md., of wound received in action at

Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862.

Solomon, John F.                              Died of disease Oct. 1862.

 

 

END

132nd  REGIMENT

COMPANIES F & G

 

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From

The History of the Counties of Lehigh & Carbon, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,

By

Alfred Mathews & Austin N. Hungerford

Published in Philadelphia, Pa., in 1884

 

Transcribed from the original in July 2004

by

Jack Sterling