Roster: Company E, 47th Pennsylvania Volunteers

OFFICERS:

Yard, Charles Hickman
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Rank: Captain
Prior Service: 2nd Lieutenant, Company C, 1st Pennsylvania Volunteers (20 April 1861 – 27 July 1861)
Honors: Promoted to the rank of Captain 16 September 1861

Bachman, William A.
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Bachman, Backman
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank In: 1st Sergeant
Rank Out: Captain
Prior Service: Sergeant, Company D, 1st Pennsylvania Infantry (13 April 1861 – 23 July 1861)
Honors: Promoted from the rank of 1st Sergeant to 1st Lieutenant 1 January 1865. Promoted from the rank of 1st Lieutenant to Captain 15 February 1865 by Special Order No. 292, U.S. War Department. (Muster amended to 7 February 1865.) Veteran Volunteer (joined by re-enlistment as 1st Sergeant at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 21 October 1863)

Bonstine, Lawrence
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Bonstein, Bonstine
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Rank: 1st Lieutenant
Prior Service: 1st Sergeant, Company C, 1st Pennsylvania Volunteers (20 April 1861 – July 1861)
Honors: Promoted to the rank of 1st Lieutenant 16 September 1861

Diehl, George A.
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 21 August 1865 (discharged from Washington, D.C. by General Order of the U.S. War Department and Adjutant General via Surgeon’s Certificate)
Rank In: Sergeant
Rank Out: 1st Lieutenant
Prior Service: Private, Company C, 1st Pennsylvania Infantry (20 April 1861 – July 1861)
Honors/Service Distinctions: Appointed to the rank of 2nd Lieutenant 1 January 1865. Promoted from the rank of 2nd Lieutenant to 1st Lieutenant 15 February 1865. Per General Order No. 419, issued by the U.S. War Department and Office of the Adjutant General, discharged “on account of physical disability” from Washington, D.C. on Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability 21 August 1865. Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 21 October 1863; note: there is a second entry for George A. Diehl on this same regimental muster out roster which indicates that he re-enlisted at Stevenson Station, Virginia 15 February 1865)

Johnston, Washington Scott (“W. S.” or “W. Scott”)*
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Johnson, Johnston
Term of Service: 5 April 1863 – 1 September 1864 (see “Officers” page)*
* Worked his way up from Private, Company E to 1st Lieutenant and Adjutant with regimental command staff, serving with regimental command from 1 September 1864 to 47th Pennsylvania’s muster out

Wyker, William H.
Term of Service: Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Rank In: 1st Sergeant
Rank Out: 2nd Lieutenant
Prior Service: Private, Company C, 1st Pennsylvania Infantry (20 April 1861 – July 1861)
Honors: Promoted to the rank of 2nd Lieutenant 16 September 1861

Menner, Edward W.
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 25 December 1865 (shot in the left shoulder during the Battle of Cedar Creek; mustered out with regiment)
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: 2nd Lieutenant (commissioned, but not mustered, as 1st Lieutenant)
Honors/Service Distinctions: Promoted from the rank of Private to Corporal 28 April 1864. Shot in the left shoulder during the Battle of Cedar Creek, Virginia 19 October 1864; treated at field and regimental hospitals before convalescing at U.S. Army general hospital in York, Pennsylvania; returned to duty with regiment March 1865. Promoted to the rank of Sergeant 1 March 1865. Promoted to the rank of 2nd Lieutenant 27 March 1865. Commissioned, but not mustered, as 1st Lieutenant 5 August 1865. Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 21 October 1863)

Nicholas, George H. (see “Nicholas, George R.” below)

Nicholas, George R.
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: 1st Sergeant
Rank Out: 1st Sergeant (commissioned, but not mustered, as 2nd Lieutenant)
Honors: As Corporal, commanded one of the small Union boats which participated in the 7 October 1862 capture near Hawkinsville, Florida of the Governor Milton, a Confederate steamer which had been ferrying Rebel troops and supplies along the St. John’s River. He later wrote that, as he boarded the Governor Milton, he ordered the steamer’s crew to surrender it “in the name of the U.S.” Following the steamer’s capture, he was ordered by his superiors to serve as the Boatman of the newly captured steamer, and served on detached duty in this capacity from that time until sometime in October when the 47th Pennsylvania Volunteers returned from the Saint John’s Bluff expedition to Key West, Florida. Promoted from the rank of Corporal to Sergeant 21 October 1864. Promoted from the rank of Sergeant to 1st Sergeant 18 September 1865. Commissioned, but not mustered, as 2nd Lieutenant 5 August 1865. Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 21 October 1863)

Derr, Benjamin
Term of Service: 20 January 1862 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank In: Corporal
Rank Out: Sergeant
Prior Service: Company H, 1st Pennsylvania Infantry (April 1861 – July 1861)
Honors: Promoted from the rank of Corporal to Sergeant 18 September 1865. Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 29 February 1864; mustered in at Fort Taylor, Key West, Florida 3 March 1864)

Hahn, George
Term of Service: 30 November 1863 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank In: Corporal
Rank Out: Sergeant
Prior Service: TBD
Honors: Joined as Veteran Volunteer from recruiting depot 31 January 1864. Promoted from the rank of Corporal to Sergeant 23 October 1864. Promoted from the rank of Sergeant to 1st Sergeant  27 May 1865. Reduced from the rank of 1st Sergeant to Sergeant 18 September 1865. Veteran Volunteer

Rockafellow, William
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Rockafellow, Rockefellow
Term of Service: 15 January 1864 – 25 December 1865 (joined from recruiting depot 16 April 1864; mustered out with regiment)
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: 1st Sergeant
Honors: Promoted from the rank of Private to Corporal 1 March 1865. Promoted from the rank of Corporal to Sergeant 2 June 1865

Ward, Adam
Term of Service: 17 December 1863 – 25 December 1865 (joined from recruiting depot 9 January 1864; mustered out with regiment)
Rank In: Corporal
Rank Out: Sergeant
Prior Service: Private, Company H, 1st Pennsylvania Infantry (20 April 1861 – July 1861); Sergeant, Company D, 27th Pennsylvania Infantry (20 June 1863 – 31 July 1863; mustered in as Private; promoted to the rank of Sergeant 22 June 1863)
Honors: Promoted from the rank of Corporal to Sergeant 1 January 1865

Weida, Owen H.
Alternate Middle Initial: “J”
Term of Service: Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Rank In: Sergeant
Rank Out: Sergeant
Honors/Service Distinctions: Promoted from the rank of Sergeant to 1st Sergeant 25 January 1862. Reduced from the rank of 1st Sergeant to Sergeant (date unknown)

Barnes, Samuel H.
Term of Service: 26 August 1862 – 1 June 1865 (joined from recruiting depot 19 September 1862; discharged from Camp Brightwood, Washington, D.C. by General Order)
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Sergeant
Prior Service: Possible service as Sergeant with Company B, 1st Pennsylvania Infantry (20 April 1861 – July 1861)
Honors/Service Distinctions: Appointed to the rank of Corporal 20 October 1864. Promoted from the rank of Corporal to Sergeant 1 November 1864. Discharged 1 June 1865 from Camp Brightwood, Washington, D.C. by General Order No. 53, issued by Headquarters, Middle Military Division, U.S. Army

Bonstein, Jacob F.
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Bonstein, Bonstine
Term of Service: 19 September 1861 – 21 January 1864 (joined from recruiting depot 19 September 1861; discharged on Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability)
Rank In: Corporal
Rank Out: Sergeant
Honors/Service Distinctions: Promoted from the rank of Corporal to Sergeant 21 January 1862. Discharged on a Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability 21 January 1864

Cahill, William R.
Term of Service: Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Rank In: Corporal
Rank Out: Sergeant
Honors: Promoted from the rank of Corporal to Sergeant 5 March 1863

Parks, Francis A.
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 19 October 1864 (killed in action during the Battle of Cedar Creek)
Rank In: Corporal
Rank Out: Sergeant
Honors/Service Distinctions: Promoted from the rank of Corporal to Sergeant 22 June 1864. Killed in action during the Battle of Cedar Creek, Virginia 19 October 1864. Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 1 February 1864; mustered in at Fort Taylor, Key West, Florida 4 February 1864)

Callahan, Thomas
Term of Service No. 1: 19 September 1861 – 1864 (joined from recruiting depot 19 September 1861; mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Term of Service No. 2: 28 January 1865 – 25 December 1865 (re-enlisted; joined from recruiting depot 10 February 1865;  mustered out with regiment)
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Corporal
Honors: Appointed to the rank of Corporal Corporal 10 January 1863

Eichman, William Henry
Term of Service: 10 September 1862 – 1 June 1865 (wounded in action and taken as prisoner of war (POW), Battle of Cedar Creek; discharged on General Order)
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Corporal
Prior Service: Company B, 1st Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry (13 April 1861 – 2 July 1861)
Honors/Service Distinctions: Joined from recruiting depot 22 October 1862. Appointed to the rank of Private to Corporal 5 March 1863. Wounded in action during the Battle of Cedar Creek, Virginia 19 October 1864. Captured by the Confederate Army and held as a prisoner of war (POW) until being released on 11 May 1865; returned to his company. Discharged 1 June 1865 per General Order No. 53, issued by Headquarters, Middle Military Division, U.S. Army

Hallman, Henry
Term of Service: 25 January 1865 – 25 December 1865 (mustered in for one-year term; joined from recruiting depot 25 February 1865; mustered out with regiment)
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Corporal
Honors: Promoted from the rank of Private to Corporal 2 August 1865

Huff, James
Term of Service: 1 November 1861 – 5 March 1865 (wounded in action during the Battle of Pleasant Hill; captured and held twice as a prisoner of war (POW), following the Battles of Pleasant Hill and Cedar Creek; died from starvation as POW at Confederate prison camp, Salisbury, North Carolina)
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Corporal
Honors/Service Distinctions: Enrolled and mustered in at Camp Griffin, Virginia 1 November 1861. Promoted from the rank of Private to Corporal 30 June 1862. Wounded in action during the Battle of Pleasant Hill, Louisiana 9 April 1864. Captured at Pleasant Hill; marched roughly 125 miles to the Confederate prison camp at Camp Ford near Tyler, Texas; held there as POW until exchanged during prisoner release 29 August 1864. Captured a second time during the Battle of Cedar Creek, Virginia 19 October 1864; moved to the Confederate Army prison camp at Salisbury, North Carolina; held there as POW until his death from starvation 5 March 1865. Body buried with others in a mass unmarked trench (now part of the Salisbury National Cemetery)

Jacoby, Moses
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Corporal
Honors: Promoted from the rank of Private to Corporal 2 June 1865. Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 21 October 1863)

Lowery, Thomas
Term of Service: Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Corporal
Honors: Promoted from the rank of Private to Corporal 21 December 1862

Lyner, Peter
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 16 October 1864 (died at home in Hokendauqua)
Rank: Corporal
Honors/Service Distinctions: Fell ill while serving with the 47th Pennsylvania, sent home to Hokendauqua, Pennsylvania on a sick furlough; died 16 October 1864 at home in Hokendauqua, Pennsylvania from disease-related complications. Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson Dry Tortugas, Florida 21 October 1863)

Moser, Owen
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 25 December 1865 (wounded in action during the Battle of Cedar Creek; mustered out with regiment)
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Corporal
Honors: Wounded in action during the Battle of Cedar Creek, Virginia 19 October 1864. Promoted from the rank of Private to Corporal 27 May 1865. Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 4 January 1864; mustered in at Fort Taylor, Key West, Florida 7 January 1864)

Scott, Frederick J.
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 23 February 1865 (captured during the Battle of Cedar Creek and held as a prisoner of war (POW); died while being held as a POW at the Confederate Army prison camp, Danville)
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Corporal (commissioned but not mustered as a 2nd Lieutenant)
Honors/Service Distinctions: Appointed to the rank of Corporal in 1864 (exact date unknown). Captured by the Confederate Army during the Battle of Cedar Creek, Virginia 19 October 1864; held as a prisoner of war (POW) at the Confederate Army prison camp at Danville, Virginia; died in captivity as a POW at Danville, Virginia 23 February 1865. Commissioned by his regiment, but not mustered as a 2nd Lieutenant 20 March 1865 by his regiment. Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 21 October 1863)

Smith, Isaac
Term of Service: 17 December 1863 – 25 December 1865 (joined from recruiting depot at Philadelphia September 1864; mustered out with regiment)
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Corporal
Prior Service: Private, Company K, 153rd Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers (10 October 1862 – 24 July 1863)
Honors: While serving with Company K, 153rd Pennsylvania Volunteers, wounded in action during the Battle of Gettysburg 2 July 1863. Recuperated from his injuries, he re-enlisted with Company E, 47th Pennsylvania Volunteers, joining from the recruiting depot at Philadelphia September 1864, and mustering in 17 December 1863. Promoted from the rank of Private to Corporal 13 October 1865. Veteran Volunteer

Steinmetz, George P.
Term of Service: 15 January 1864 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Corporal
Prior Service: Private, Company K, 129th Pennsylvania Infantry (11 August 1862 – 18 May 1863)
Honors: Promoted from the rank of Private to Corporal 20 October 1864. Veteran Volunteer (joined from recruiting depot at Easton, Pennsylvania 28 April 1864)

Twaddle, George
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Twadell, Twaddell, Twaddle
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 20 July 1863 (discharged on Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability)
Rank: Corporal
Honors/Service Distinctions: Discharged on a Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability 20 July 1863

Walton, John F.
Term of Service: 6 February 1863 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Corporal
Honors: Enrolled at Fort Taylor, Key West, Florida 6 February 1863. Mustered in at Beaufort, South Carolina the same day, joining up with the regiment from a recruiting depot 13 February 1863. Promoted from the rank of Private to Corporal 1 May 1865

Weiss, Reuben
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 4 April 1864 (wounded in action during the Battle of Pocotaligo; discharged on Surgeon’s Certificate)
Rank: Corporal
Honors/Service Distinctions: Wounded in action in both legs, including sustaining a gunshot wound to the left leg, during the Battle of Pocotaligo, South Carolina 22 October 1862. Discharged on a Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability 4 April 1864.

Woolbach, John
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Wohlbach, Woolbach
Term of Service: 16 February 1864 – 25 December 1865 (joined up with 47th Pennsylvania from regimental depot 18 September 1864; mustered out with regiment)
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Corporal
Prior Service: Private, Company F, 129th Pennsylvania Volunteers
Honors: Promoted from the rank of Private to Corporal 18 September 1865. Veteran Volunteer

Quinn, James
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 7 December 1865 (died from dysentery at Roper Hospital, Charleston)
Rank: Field Musician (drummer) and Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Hospitalized on 10 November 1864 at the Union’s Roper Hospital in Charleston, South Carolina due to chronic diarrhea, this soldier died from dysentery at Roper Hospital 7 December 1865. Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted as at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida as Field Musician 21 October 1863)

Wilhelm, William
Term of Service: Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Rank: Field Musician

ENLISTED MEN:

Adams, William
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Wounded in action during the Battle of Opequan 19 September 1864. Appointed to the rank of Corporal 1 January 1865. Promoted from the rank of Corporal to Sergeant May 1865. Reduced to ranks September 1865. Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 21 October 1863)

Allen, Peter F.
Term of Service: 16 February 1864 – 25 December 1865 (deserter from 18 July 1864 – 28 November 1864; mustered out with regiment 25 December 1865)
Rank: Private
Service Distinctions: Deserted while an unassigned recruit 18 July 1864. Returned to duty; began serving with regiment 28 November 1864. Army pay was ordered stopped during this period

Arnold, Charles
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 25 June 1865 (wounded by accident at Camp Russell, Virginia 23 November 1864; discharged from Philadelphia on Surgeon’s Certificate)
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Promoted to the rank of Corporal (date unknown). Reduced to the rank of Private 22 January 1862. Accidentally wounded in the foot at Camp Russell, Virginia 23 November 1864. Discharged from the U.S. Army Hospital at Philadelphia 25 June 1865 on Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability and by General Order No. 191, issued by the U.S. War Department and Office of the Adjutant General. Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 21 October 1863)

Arnold, Henry L.
Term of Service: 18 June 1863 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private

Bachman, Henry A.
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Bachman, Backman)
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 22 October 1862 (killed in action during the Battle of Pocotaligo)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Killed in action during the Battle of Pocotaligo, South Carolina 22 October 1862 (possibly killed at the bridge itself since military affidavits included in the file for his mother’s Civil War pension application described his death as having occurred at “the battle of Pocotaligo Bridge, South Carolina”)

Backman, Henry A. (see “Bachman, Henry A.” above)

Bartholomew, Harrison
Alternate Presentations of Name: Harrison Bartholemew, H. Bartholomew, Harrison Bartholomew
Term of Service: 31 March 1864 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Appointed Corporal 2 August 1865. Reduced to ranks 13 October 1865

Bassett, Henry
Term of Service: 23 February 1864 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Prior Service: Private, Company F, 38th Pennsylvania Militia (3 July 1863 – 7 August 1863)

Batt, Samuel
Term of Service: 5 February 1864 – ?? (not on muster roll)
Rank: Private

Beavers, Henry L.
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Beabers, Beavers (shown as “Beabers” in the Army registers, but as “Beavers” in Bates’ History of Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-5)
Term of Service: 30 March 1863 – 14 June 1865 (captured during the Battle of Cedar Creek and held as a prisoner of war (POW); discharged by General Order)
Rank: Private
Prior Service: Private, Company I, 5th Pennsylvania Militia (12 September 1862 – 25 September 1862)
Honors/Service Distinctions: Joined at recruiting depot 22 November 1863. Captured during the Battle of Cedar Creek, Virginia; held as a prisoner of war (POW) until being released 8 March 1865. Discharged 14 June 1865 by General Order, issued by Brigadier-General Hanks [sp?], M.D., U.S. Chief Medical Officer in accordance with telegram from U.S. War Department 15 May 1865. Muster out roll states: “Paid 32 dols by Maj Baird P.M.USA.”

Benedict, George
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 23 November 1861 (deserted from Camp Griffin, Virginia)
Rank: Private

Berksheimer, Marcus
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Bergheimer, Berkesheimer, Berksheimer
Term of Service: 4 September 1862 – 19 October 1864 (joined from recruiting depot 9 September 1862; killed in action during the Battle of Cedar Creek)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Killed in action during the Battle of Cedar Creek, Virginia 19 October 1864. U.S. Army ledger shows name as “Bergheimer”.

Black, John D.
Term of Service: 25 January 1865 – 21 August 1865 (mustered in for one-year term; joined from recruiting depot 5 February 1865; discharged by General Order)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Discharged by General Order issued via telegraph (dated 4 May 1865) from David’s Island, New York Harbor 21 August 1865

Broadt, David (see “Brodt, David” below)

Brodt, David
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Broat, Brodt
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Honors: Veteran Volunteer (per General Order No. 191, issued by the U.S. War Department and Office of the Adjutant General, re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 21 October 1863)

Brooks, George W.
Term of Service: 10 February 1864 – 12 August 1864 (joined up with 47th Pennsylvania from regimental depot 19 September 1864; died from disease-related complications at Union Army Hospital, New Orleans)
Rank: Private
Prior Service: Private, Company B, 5th Pennsylvania Militia (13 September 1862 – 27 September 1862)
Honors/Service Distinctions: Died from disease-related complications at the Union Army hospital at New Orleans, Louisiana 12 August 1864

Brown, Joseph
Term of Service: Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Rank: Private

Bruch, John
Term of Service: Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Rank: Private
Subsequent Service: Re-enlisted as substitute at Harrisburg on 28 September 1864 at the rank of Private, Company F, 56th Pennsylvania Infantry; mustered out 31 May 1865

Bucher, Andrew
Term of Service: Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Rank: Private

Bullman, Thomas
Term of Service: 25 January 1865 – 2 June 1865 (mustered in for one-year term of service; deserted from Camp Brightwood)
Rank: Private
Prior Service: Private, Company D, 27th  Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers (19 June 1863 – 1 August 1863)
Service Distinctions: Deserted from Camp Brightwood, Washington, D.C. 2 June 1865

Burk, Andrew (see “Burke, Andrew” below)

Burk, Isaac
Term of Service: 17 December 1863 – 25 December 1865 (joined from recruiting depot 3 January 1864; mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Prior Service: Private, Company C, 129th Pennsylvania Infantry (12 August 1862 – 18 May 1863)
Honors: Veteran Volunteer (served with two different regiments: 129th and 47th Pennsylvania Volunteers)

Burke, Andrew
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Burk, Burke
Term of Service: 17 December 1863 -13 December 1864 (wounded in action during the Battle of Cedar Creek; died at Frederick, Maryland)
Rank: Private
Prior Service: Private, Company D, 129th Pennsylvania Infantry (12 August 1862 – 18 May 1863)
Honors/Service Distinctions: Re-enrolled at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 21 October 1863. Sustained gunshot wounds to the head and upper right arm while fighting in the Battle of Cedar Creek, Virginia 19 October 1864. Initially reported as killed in action due to the confusion during and following the battle, was taken to a field hospital for stabilizing treatment before being transferred to the Union Army’s post hospital at Winchester, Virginia for more advanced care. There, bone matter was removed from his cranium 13 December 1864. Subsequently transferred to the Union Army’s General Hospital at Frederick, Maryland, where he ultimately succumbed two days before Christmas (on 23 December 1864) to phthisis, a chronic wasting away from disease-related complications (often tubercular) commonly suffered by soldiers who had been seriously wounded in battle. Veteran Volunteer (served with two different regiments (129th and 47th Pennsylvania Volunteers)

Callahan, John
Term of Service: Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Rank: Private
Prior Service: Private, Company C, 1st Pennsylvania Infantry (20 April 1861 – July 1861)
Honors/Service Distinctions: Promoted from the rank of Private to Sergeant upon enrollment with the 47th Pennsylvania 25 August 1861. Promoted to the rank of 1st Sergeant (date unknown). Reduced from 1st Sergeant to the rank of Private 25 January 1862

Clark, Edward
Term of Service: 28 January 1865 – 25 December 1865 (mustered in for one-year term; mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Alleged to have deserted from 10 October 1865 to 10 December 1865; arrested, but returned to duty 14 December 1865 without trial per Special Order No. 144, issued by U.S. Department of the South; all pay and allowances during the desertion period were ordered stopped

Clements, Charles
Term of Service: 25 January 1865 – 18 March 1865 (joined from recruiting depot 1 February 1865; mustered in for one-year term; deserted)
Rank: Private

Coburn, Henry S.
Term of Service: 17 December 1863 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Joined up with regiment from recruiting depot, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 3 January 1864

Connigan, John (see “Courigan, John” below)

Cooper, Jeremiah
Term of Service No. 1: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (expiration of term)
Term of Service No. 2: 28 January 1865 – 2 June 1865 (joined from recruiting depot 10 February 1865; mustered in for one-year term; deserted from Washington, D.C.)
Rank: Private

Coult, George
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 16 March 1864 (wounded in action during the Battle of Pocotaligo; transferred by General Order to Veteran Reserve Corps)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Wounded in action during the Battle of Pocotaligo, South Carolina 22 October 1864. Per General Order No. 104/64, issued by the U.S. War Department and Office of the Adjutant General, transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps (also known as the “invalid Corps”) 16 March 1864

Courigan, John
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Connigan, Courigan, Courrigan
Term of Service: 17 December 1863 – 16 March 1864 (joined from recruiting depot at Philadelphia 9 January 1864; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps (also known as the “invalid Corps) 16 March 1864. Shown as “Courigan, John” on his entry in the Civil War Veterans’ Card File, Pennsylvania State Archives and as “Courrigan, John” on 47th Pennsylvania Volunteers’ muster roll

Cramer, John
Term of Service: 25 January 1865 – 2 June 1865 (joined from recruiting depot at Norristown, Pennsylvania 1 February 1865; mustered in for one-year term; deserted)
Rank: Private

Creig, James
Term of Service: 1 December 1864 – 1 April 1865 (mustered in for three-year term; deserted)
Rank: Private

Cummiskey, John
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Cammisky, Cummiskey
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 1 March 1862 (discharged on Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Discharged on Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability 1 March 1862

Dean, Jacob
Term of Service: 2 March 1864 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Joined from regimental depot 18 September 1864

Deiterline or Deitterline, William (see “Ditterline, William” below)

Derr, Nathan
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 25 February 1863 (wounded in action during the Battle of Pocotaligo; discharged on Surgeon’s Certificate)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Wounded in the shoulder during the Battle of Pocotaligo, South Carolina 22 October 1862. Discharged on a Surgeon’s Certificate 25 February 1863

Deterline or Detterline, William (see “Ditterline, William” below)

Dewey, Charles
Term of Service: Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: According to his entry in the Civil War Veterans’ Card File, Pennsylvania State Archives, this soldier was discharged on a Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability from Washington, D.C. 18 September 1864)

Dingler, John (also see roster for Company B)
Term of Service No. 1: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (wounded in action during the Battle of Pleasant Hill; mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Term of Service No. 2: Private, with Company B, 47th Pennsylvania (13 February 1865 – 25 December 1865)
Rank In: Corporal
Rank Out: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Enrolled as Corporal 2 September 1861. Promoted from the rank of Corporal to Sergeant 2 December 1862. Reduced from the rank of Sergeant to Private 5 March 1863. Wounded in action during the Battle of Pleasant Hill, Louisiana 9 April 1864. Re-enlisted with Company B of the same regiment (47th Pennsylvania), mustering in as a Private on 13 February 1865 and mustering out with regiment on 25 December 1865

Ditterline, William
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Deiterline, Deitterline, Deterline, Detterline, Ditterline
Term of Service: Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Rank In: Teamster
Rank Out: Private

Duffin, Henry
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Rank: Private

Edinger, Franklin
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Honors: Appointed Corporal 1 November 1864. Reduced to ranks 2 August 1865. Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 21 October 1863)

Engle, Joseph
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 1 December 1862 (transferred to U.S. Artillery)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Per General Order No.154, transferred to Company D, 1st U.S. Artillery, Beaufort, South Carolina 1 December 1862)

Falger, George M.
Term of Service: 26 August 1864 – 1 June 1865 (joined from recruiting depot 31 October 1864; mustered in for one-year term; discharged by General Order of the U.S. War Department, issued 29 May 1865)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Per General Order No. 77, issued by the U.S. Office of the Adjutant General, discharged 1 June 1865

Fitzcharles, Benjamin
Term of Service: 24 January 1865 – 5 February 1865 (joined from recruiting depot 1 February 1864; mustered in for one-year term; deserted)
Rank: Private

Flynn, Peter
Term of Service: 21 January 1865 – 25 December 1865 (joined from recruiting depot 1 May 1865; mustered in for one-year term; mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private

Force, William A.
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 10 April 1863 (wounded in action during the Battle of Pocotaligo; discharged on Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Wounded in the wrist during the Battle of Pocotaligo, South Carolina 22 October 1862. Discharged on Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability 10 April 1863

Fowler, William H.
Term of Service: 25 August 1862 -1 June 1865 (joined from recruiting depot 19 September 1862; discharged from Camp Brightwood, Washington, D.C. by General Order)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Per General Order No. 53, issued by Headquarters, Middle Military Division, U.S. Army, discharged from Camp Brightwood, Washington, D.C. 1 June 1865

Frankenfield, Leonard
Term of Service: 19 September 1861 – 22 June 1863 (joined from recruiting depot 19 June 1861; died from disease-related complications at Fort Jefferson)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Died from disease-related complications 22 June 1863 at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida

Frederick, George
Term of Service: 28 October 1862 – 1864 (joined from recruiting depot 21 November  1863; deserted from U.S. Army Hospital, Frederick, Maryland)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Deserted from the U.S. Army Hospital at Frederick, Maryland sometime in 1864

Frey, Charles H.
Term of Service: 16 September 1862 – 1 June 1865 (joined at recruiting depot 14 October 1862; discharged from Camp Brightwood, Washington, D.C. by General Order)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Per General Order No. 53, issued by Headquarters, Middle Military Division, U.S. Army, discharged from Camp Brightwood, Washington, D.C. 1 June 1865

Frey, Edward A.
Term of Service: 27 March 1865 – 25 December 1865 (mustered in for one-year term; mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Enrolled and mustered in at Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania 27 March 1865. Joined up with regiment from recruiting depot at Reading 7 April 1865

Fritz, George
Term of Service: 29 February 1864 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Honors: Veteran Volunteer (joined up with regiment at regimental depot 18 September 1864)

Fritz, Gideon
Term of Service: 23 February 1864 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Prior Service: Private, Company I, 153rd Pennsylvania Volunteers (11 October 1862 – 24 July 1863)
Honors/Service Distinctions: Fought in the Battle of Chancellorsville and the Battle of Gettysburg while serving with the 153rd Volunteers. After honorably mustering out, re-enlisted and fought as part of the only Pennsylvania regiment (47th Pennsylvania Volunteers) in Union General Nathaniel Banks’ Red River Campaign., and also fought with the 47th in Union General Philip Sheridan’s 1864 Shenandoah Valley Campaign. Assigned to Company E, 47th Pennsylvania Volunteers 18 September 1864. Mistakenly apprehended as a deserted sometime during his tenure with the 47th, he was released without trial, and returned to duty

Golio, Reuben
Term of Service: 14 January 1864 – 25 December 1865  (wounded in action during the Battle of Cedar Creek; absent, sick at McKim’s/McKine’s [?] Hospital, Baltimore at muster out)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Joined up with 47th Pennsylvania from regimental depot 18 September 1864. Wounded in action during the Battle of Cedar Creek, Virginia 19 October 1864. Ill, was absent from muster rolls following his sick status and confinement at McKim’s/McKine’s [?] Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland beginning 4 April 1865. According to the regiment’s muster out roll, discharge given at muster out of organization

Goodwin, John
Term of Service: 16 March 1864 – ? (not on muster roll)
Rank: Private

Graver, Oliver
Term of Service: 9 February 1864 – 30 June 1865 (joined up with 47th Pennsylvania from regimental depot 18 September 1864; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps)
Rank: Private
Prior Service: Private, Company D, 12 Pennsylvania Cavalry (16 November 1861 – 18 May 1862; deserted at Washington, D.C.; possible additional service: Private, Company H, 153rd Pennsylvania Infantry, 16 September 1862 – 24 July 1863)
Honors/Service Distinctions: Per General Order of the U.S. War Department and the Office of the Adjutant General, transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps, 37th Company, 2nd Battalion 30 June 1865

Haggerman, William
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 25 January 1862 (deserted)
Rank: Private

Haggerty, Peter Jacob
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Hagerty, Haggerty.
Term of Service: 4 January 1864 – 29 June 1865 (joined up with 47th Pennsylvania from regimental depot 9 August 1864; captured during the Battle of Cedar Creek and held as a prisoner of war (POW); discharged at Annapolis by General Order)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Name listed on transcriptions of 47th Pennsylvania rosters by historian Samuel P. Bates as “Jacob Haggerty.” Captured during the Battle of Cedar Creek, Virginia 19 October 1864; held as a prisoner of war (POW) until being released 1 March 1865. Discharged at Annapolis, Maryland 29 June 1865 by General Order No. 77, issued by U.S. War Department and Office of the Adjutant General

Hahn, George
Term of Service No. 1: 16 September 1861 – 25 February 1863 (wounded in action during the Battle of Pocotaligo; discharged on Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability)
Term of Service No. 2: December 1863 – during or after September 1865
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Wounded in action during the Battle of Pocotaligo, South Carolina 22 October 1862. Discharged on Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability 25 February 1863. Re-enlisted December 1863. Promote to the rank of Sergeant 23 October 1864. Promoted from the rank of Sergeant to 1st Sergeant 27 May 1865. Reduced from the rank of 1st Sergeant to Sergeant 15 September 1865

Hahn, Richard
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 9 April 1864 (killed in action during the Battle of Pleasant Hill)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Killed in action by a musket ball during the Battle of Pleasant Hill, Louisiana 9 April 1864. Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 21 October 1863)

Haney, Jeremiah
Term of Service: 23 February 1864 – 1864 (joined from regimental depot 18 September 1864; discharged sometime during or after September 1864)
Rank: Private

Harkins, Daniel F.
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 20 December 1863 (deserted)
Rank: Private
Honors: Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 21 October 1863)

Hartzell, Jacob
Term of Service: 31 January 1865 – 2 June 1865 (joined from recruiting depot 15 February 1865; mustered in for one-year term; deserted)
Rank: Private

Heckman, Adam P.
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (joined from recruiting depot 19 September 1861; mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Rank: Private

Helwick, William
Term of Service: 22 February 1864 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Joined up with 47th Pennsylvania from regimental depot 18 September 1864

Horn, Henry H.
Term of Service: 23 January 1862 – 9 January 1863 (joined from recruiting depot 23 September 1862; discharged on Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Discharged on Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability 9 January 1863

Horn, Luther S.
Term of Service: 28 January 1865 – 25 December 1865 (mustered in for one-year term; joined up with regiment from recruiting depot 10 February 1865; mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private

Houser, Daniel
Term of Service: 26 August 1862 – 1 June 1865 (joined from recruiting depot 19 September 1862; discharged from Camp Brightwood, Washington, D.C. by General Order)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Per General Order No. 53, issued by Headquarters, Middle Military Division, U.S. Army, discharged from Camp Brightwood, Washington, D.C. 1 June 1865

Hubbard, Charles H.
Term of Service: 22 December 1863 – 17 January 1865 (joined from regimental depot 18 September 1864; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps at New Orleans)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps (also known as the “invalid Corps”), New Orleans, Louisiana 17 January 1865

Huber, David W.
Term of Service No. 1: 16 September 1861 – 20 November 1862 (discharged on Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability)
Term of Service No. 2: 2 December 1863 – 18 October 1864 (died from disease-related complications at Easton, Pennsylvania while on “sick furlough”)
Rank: Private
Prior Service: Private, Company D, 1st Pennsylvania Infantry (20 April 1861 – 23 July 1861)
Honors/Service Distinctions: Discharged on 20 November 1862 on a Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability from his first term with Company E, 47th Pennsylvania Volunteers (the timing of which suggests that he may have been wounded during the Battle of Pocotaligo, South Carolina 21-23 October 1862). After recuperating, he returned to duty, re-enlisting on 2 December 1863 with his same company and regiment, and reconnecting with Company E, 47th Pennsylvania Volunteers from a recruiting depot on 3 January 1864. Sometime in 1864, he fell ill – either at Fort Taylor in Key West or Fort Jefferson in the Dry Tortugas, Florida. Issued a sick furlough, he was sent home to recuperate during this second term of service, but died at Easton, Pennsylvania from disease-related complications 18 October 1864 before he could return to duty

Hudson, Samuel T.
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Rank:Private

Hughs, James
Term of Service: 21 January 1865 – 25 December 1865 (joined from recruiting depot 1 May 1865; mustered in for one-year term; mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private

Hull, Daniel W.
Term of Service: 25 January 1865 – 25 December 1865 (mustered in for one-year term; joined up with regiment from recruiting depot 5 February 1865; mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Service Distinctions: Mistakenly identified in the Civil War Veterans’ Card File as entering both the 47th Pennsylvania and Company E of the 51st Pennsylvania during the same timeframe, he entered only Company E of the 47th Pennsylvania Volunteers

Ihrie, James
Term of Service: 20 January 1862 – 7 February 1865 (deserted)
Rank: Private
Prior Service: Private, Company C, 1st Pennsylvania Infantry (20 April 1861 – July 1861)
Honors: Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 29 February 1864; mustered in at Fort Taylor, Key West, Florida 5 March 1864)

Ivey, William
Term of Service: 19 September 1861 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Prior Service: Possible one day of service as a Private with Company E, 12 Pennsylvania Reserves, 10-11 August 1861)
Honors: Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 4 January 1864; mustered in at Fort Taylor, Key West, Florida 7 January 1864)

Jacobus, Abraham
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Rank: Private
Subsequent Service: Enrolled as substitute at Easton, Pennsylvania 26 January 1865; mustered in as Private the same day. Discharged 17 July 1865

James, William M.
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Rank: Private

Jones, Benjamin F.
Term of Service: 20 January 1865 – 25 December 1865 (mustered in for one-year term; mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Prior Service: Enrolled and mustered in at New Brighton, Pennsylvania 20 January 1865. Joined up with regiment from recruiting depot 11 May 1865

Keaf,Philip
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 20 December 1863 (deserted)
Rank: Private
Honors: Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida, Florida 21 October 1863)

Kerkendall, Jacob M. (“J. M.”)
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 20 July 1865 (wounded twice during the Battle of Fisher’s Hill and at Charlestown; discharged from Cumberland on Surgeon’s Certificate) Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Wounded in action during the Battle of Fisher’s Hill, Virginia 22 September 1864. Wounded again at or near Charlestown, Virginia March 1865. Discharged from Union Army’s General Hospital at Cumberland, Maryland on a Surgeon’s Certificate 20 July 1865. Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 21 October 1863)

Kerkendall, Peter E.
Term of Service: 2 February 1864 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service: Distinctions: Joined up with 47th Pennsylvania from regimental depot 18 September 1864

Kern, Henry
Term of Service: 29 October 1862 – 28 October 1865 (joined from recruiting depot 21 November 1862; mustered out upon expiration of term)
Rank: Private

Kirkuff, Matthias
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 25 January 1862 (deserted)
Rank: Private

Krader, John F. (see “Krager, John F.” below)

Krager, John F.
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Krader, Krager
Term of Service: 19 January 1865 – 5 February 1865 (joined from recruiting depot 1 February 1865; mustered in for one-year term; deserted)
Rank: Private

Kunker, John
Term of Service: 19 December 1863 – 26 May 1865 (wounded in action during the Battle of Cedar Creek; mustered out from U.S. Army hospital, Baltimore)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Joined up with 47th Pennsylvania from regimental depot 18 September 1864. Wounded in action during the Battle of Cedar Creek,Virginia 19 October 1864; received care at the field/regimental hospital before being transferred to the U.S. Army’s hospital at Baltimore, Maryland; discharged from that hospital 26 May 1865 (note: one source gives the date as 26 May 1865; another that he was recuperating in the hospital at the time his regiment was discharged from Charleston, South Carolina 25 December 1865, and was discharged that same day, but from Baltimore)

Labar, Henry A.
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Labar, LaBar, Laban
Term of Service: 16 February 1864 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Prior Service: Private, Company G, 153rd Pennsylvania Infantry (10 October 1862 – 24 July 1863)
Honors: Joined up with 47th Pennsylvania from regimental depot 18 September 1864. Veteran Volunteer (served with two different regiments: 153rd and 47th Pennsylvania)

Labar, Luther
Alternate Spellings of Surname: LaBar, Labar
Term of Service: 18 February 1864 – ?? (not on muster roll)
Rank: Private

Lamb, Daniel
Term of Service: 16 March 1864 – ? (not on muster roll)
Rank: Private

Lantz,George W.
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Rank: Private

Lantz, Samuel L.
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 29 July 1862 (discharged on Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability)
Rank: Private
Subsequent Service: Private, Company D, 28th Pennsylvania Infantry (16 February 1865 – 18 July 1865
Honors/Service Distinctions: Discharged on a Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability 29 July 1862

Levers, George W.
Term of Service: 26 August 1862 – 1 June 1865 (discharged by General Order)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Per General Order No. 53, issued by Headquarters, Middle Military Division, U.S. Army, Camp Brightwood, Washington, D.C., joined up with his regiment from recruiting depot 19 August or September 1862

Lind, John Nicholas
Term of Service: 19 September 1861 – 24 October 1862 (wounded in action during the Battle of Pocotaligo; died at the Union hospital at Hilton Head)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Wounded in action during the Battle of Pocotaligo, South Carolina 22 October 1862. Died from his wounds at the Union Army’s post hospital at Hilton Head, South Carolina 24 October 1862. He is interred at the Beaufort National Cemetery in Beaufort, South Carolina. A Cenotaph was also created for John Lind in Easton, Pennsylvania.

Long, George
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Honors: Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas 21 October 1863)

Lynn, Andrew J.
Term of Service: 20 January 1862 – ?? (absent, sick in the post hospital at Fortress Monroe, Virginia from 16 July 1864; no discharge was given by the time his regiment mustered out 25 December 1865)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Ill, was absent from muster rolls following his sick status and confinement at the post hospital at Fortress Monroe, Virginia beginning 16 July 1864; no discharge was given by the time his regiment mustered out 25 December 1865. Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 29 February 1864; mustered in at Fort Taylor, Key West, Florida)

McLaughlin Andrew W.
Term of Service: 21 December 1863 – 17 June 1865 (joined up with 47th Pennsylvania from regimental depot 18 September 1864; discharged by General Order)
Rank: Private
Prior Service: Private, Company F, 38th Pennsylvania Militia (3 July 1863 – 7 August 1863)

McLaughlin, John
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 31 March 1865 (sent home on sick furlough; died at Easton)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Fell ill while serving at Fort Taylor, Key West, Florida; sent home to Easton to recuperate on sick furlough; died at home in Easton, Pennsylvania 31 March 1865. Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Taylor, Key West, 31 March 1863)

Meeker, Alvin M.
Term of Service: 19 December 1863 – 6 June 1865 (joined from recruiting depot 9 January 1864; deserted from Union Army’s Mower General Hospital, Philadelphia)
Rank: Private
Prior Service: 1st Sergeant, Company I, 129th Pennsylvania Infantry (31 July 1862 – 13 May 1863)
Honors: Joined up with 47th Pennsylvania Volunteers from recruiting depot 9 January 1864. Deserted from the Union Army’s Mower General Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 6 June 1865. Veteran Volunteer (served with two different regiments: 129th and 47th Pennsylvania)

Mickley, John B.
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 30 April 1862 (died from typhoid and complications at Fort Taylor)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Contracted Febris Typhoid (typhoid fever) while serving at Fort Taylor, Key West, Florida. Died from typhoid and related complications at the post hospital at Fort Taylor 30 April 1862

Miller, Henry
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Enrolled at the rank of Corporal at the time of enrollment 2 September 1861. Reduced in ranks 30 June 1862

Minnick, Samuel B.
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 22 October 1862 (killed in action during the Battle of Pocotaligo)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Killed in action during the Battle of Pocotaligo, South Carolina 22 October 1862

Monday, John (see “Munday, John” below)

Monday, Patrick
Term of Service: 8 October 1862 – 7 October 1865 (joined from recruiting depot 21 November 1862; expiration of term)
Rank: Private

Moore, Granville
Alternate Spellings of Given Name: Granville, Grenville
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Rank: Private

Moser, Eli
Term of Service: 4 January 1864 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Joined up with 47th Pennsylvania from regimental depot 28 April 1864. Possibly a Veteran Volunteer (according to his entry in the Civil War Veterans’ Card File, Pennsylvania State Archives, he re-enlisted 21 October 1863)

Moser, Franklin
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 19 October 1864 (severely wounded in action during the Battle of Cedar Creek and declared missing in action and “supposed dead”)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Severely wounded in action during the Battle of Creek, Virginia 19 October 1864. Declared missing in action and “supposed dead” following the battle. Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 4 January 1864; mustered in at Fort Taylor, Key West, Florida 7 January 1864)

Moser, Lawrence
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 1 May 1863 (mustered out to accept promotion)
Rank: Private
Prior Service: Private, Company C, 1st Pennsylvania Infantry (20 April 1861 – July 1861)
Honors/Service Distinctions: Mustered out 1 May 1863 to accept promotion from the rank of Private to as ordered by Major General Hunter, Commanding Officer, U.S. Department of the South; served as 2nd Lieutenant, 34th U.S. Colored Troops

Moser, Philip L.
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 30 September 1863 (discharged on Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability)
Rank: Private
Prior Service: Private, Company C, 1st Pennsylvania Infantry (20 April 1861 – July 1861)
Honors/Service Distinctions: Discharged on a Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability 30 September 1863

Moyer, Henry
Term of Service: 28 August 1861 – 8 July 1865 or later (absent, sick at Roper Hospital, Charleston at muster out)
Rank: Private
Honors: Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 28 February 1864; mustered in at Fort Taylor, Key West, Florida 3 March 1864). Ill, was absent from muster rolls following his sick status and confinement at Roper Hospital in Charleston, South Carolina beginning 8 July 1865. According to his entry in the Civil War Veterans’ Card File, Pennsylvania State Archives: “No discharge given with M.O.. of organization” (muster out of his regiment occurred in Charleston 25 December 1865)

Munday, John
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Monday, Munday, Mundy
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Honors: Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 21 October 1863)

Ocho, Jacob (see “Ochs, Jacob” below)

Ochs, Jacob
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Ocho, Ochs
Term of Service: 19 September 1861 – 19 June 1865 (wounded in action during the Battle of Cedar Creek; discharged from Baltimore on Surgeon’s Certificate)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Wounded in action in the foot during the Battle of Cedar Creek, Virginia 19 October 1864. Discharged from the Union Army’s Jarvis General Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland on a Surgeon’s Certificate 19 June 1865. Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 21 October 1863)

Paxson, William*
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 October 1863 (died at Fort Jefferson)
Rank: Private
* Honors/Service Distinctions: Possibly on the wrong roster. E Company men served at Fort Taylor during this time while G Company men served at Fort Jefferson. Died at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 18 October 1863

Peterson, John
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 25 December 1865 (wounded in action during the Battle of Cedar Creek; mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Wounded in action during the Battle of Cedar Creek,Virginia 21 October 1863. Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 20 December 1863)

Peterson, William
Term of Service: 19 January 1865 – 25 December 1865 (mustered in for one-year term; mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private

Reed, Calvin
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Read, Reed
Term of Service: 30 January 1865 – 25 December 1865 (mustered in for one-year term; mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Prior Service: Private, Company E, 12th Pennsylvania Reserves (30 May 1861 – 10 August 1861); Private, Battery B, 2nd U.S. Artillery (24 October 1862 – October 1864)
Honors/Service Distinctions: Joined 47th Pennsylvania from recruiting depot at Norristown, Pennsylvania 5 February 1865

Richards, Jenkin J. (“J. J.”)
Alternate Spellings of Given Name: Jenkin, Jenkins
Term of Service: 12 October 1862 – 3 June 1865 (discharged from Fairfax Seminary Hospital on Surgeon’s Certificate)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Rolls show name as “Richards, Jenkins J.” Grave marker (military shows name as “J. J. Richards” while newer family group marker indicates given name was “Jenkin.” Discharged on a Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability at Fairfax Seminary Hospital, Virginia 3 June 1865

Rinek, Henry
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Rinek, Rinick, Rinnick
Term of Service: 17 September 1862 – 1 June 1865 (discharged from Camp Brightwood by General Order)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Discharged from Camp Brightwood, Washington, D.C. 1 June 1865 per General Order No. 53, issued by Headquarters, Middle Military Division, U.S. Army

Rinek Jr., Jacob
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Rinek, Rinick, Rinnick
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – June 1864 (discharged from New Orleans on Surgeon’s Certificate; died aboard the steamer, United States, 5 July 1864)
Rank: Private
Prior Service: Private, Company B, 1st Pennsylvania Infantry (20 April 1861 – July 1861)
Honors/Service Distinctions: Discharged from the Union Army hospital at New Orleans, Louisiana on a Surgeon’s Certificate in June 1864. Died while en route home aboard the steamer, United States, 5 July 1864

Rinnick, Henry (see “Rinek, Henry” above)

Rinnick, Jacob (see “Rinek Jr., Jacob” above)

Rockafellow, George W.
Term of Service: 15 January 1864 – 25 December 1865 (joined from regimental depot 18 September 1864; mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private

Rockafellow, Jacob
Term of Service: 14 January 1864 – 25 December 1865 (joined from regimental depot 18 September 1864; mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private

Rogers, Joseph A.
Term of Service: 17 December 1863 – 25 December 1865 (joined regiment from recruiting depot at Philadelphia 3 January 1864; mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private

Rose, George B.
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 22 October 1862 (killed in action during the Battle of Pocotaligo)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Killed in action during the Battle of Pocotaligo, South Carolina 22 October 1862

Schaffer, Charles
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Schaffer, Shaffer
Term of Service: 30 September 1862 – 25 December 1865 (deserted 12 December 1864; dishonorably discharged 25 December 1865)
Rank In: Private
Service Distinction: Dishonorably discharged 25 December 1865, following desertion from U.S. Army hospital at Frederick, Maryland 12 December 1864

Schock, Martin S.
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Schoch, Schock
Term of Service: 5 March 1864 – 25 December 1865 (joined regiment from regimental depot 18 September 1864; mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private

Seabold, Fred
Term of Service: 25 January 1865 – 17 June 1865 (mustered in for one-year term; discharged by General Order)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Joined from recruiting depot 1 February 1865 by telegram from U.S. Adjutant General’s Office, issued 3 May 1865

Shaffer, Charles (see “Schaffer, Charles” above)

Shelling, Richard
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Rank In: Corporal
Rank Out: Private
Prior Service: Private, Company C, 1st Pennsylvania Infantry (20 April 1861 – July 1861
Service Distinctions: Mustered in as Corporal 16 September 1861. Reduced from the rank of Corporal to Private 10 January 1862

Shoeman, John
Term of Service: 25 January 1865 – 25 December 1865 (joined from recruiting depot 1 February 1865; mustered in for one-year term; mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private

Simons, Frank
Term of Service: 25 January 1865 – 25 December 1865 (mustered in for one-year term; joined from recruiting depot 5 February 1865; mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private

Slayer, Joseph
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Honors: Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 4 January 1864; mustered in at Fort Taylor, Key West, Florida 7 January 1864)

Smith, Edward
Term of Service: 4 January 1864 – 25 December 1865 (wounded in action during the Battle of Opequan; mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Joined up with 47th Pennsylvania from recruiting depot 31 May 1864. Wounded in action during the Battle of Opequan, Virginia 19 September 1864. Veteran Volunteer

Smith, George
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 22 May 1862 (transferred to 7th Pennsylvania Reserve Volunteers by Order, U.S. Secretary of War)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Transferred from the 47th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers to the 7th Regiment, Pennsylvania Reserve Volunteers by Order of the U.S. Secretary of War, Washington, D.C. 22 May 1862

Smith, John
Term of Service: 25 January 1865 – 25 December 1865 (joined from recruiting depot at Norristown, Pennsylvania 1 February 1865; mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private

Smith, Valentine
Term of Service: 28 February 1864 – 25 December 1865 (joined with 47th Pennsylvania from regimental depot 18 September 1864; mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private

Snyder, Edward E.*
* Note: Middle initial “L” on his entry in the Civil War Veterans’ Card File, Pennsylvania State Archives is incorrect. This same entry, in its remarks section, states that the Edward Snyder, who served two-three year terms with Company E of the 47th Pennsylvania and went on to muster out with his regiment, was entered on the 47th Pennsylvania’s muster rolls as “Snyder, Edward E.”, not “Snyder, Edward L.” Additionally, the middle initial shown on the regimental muster out roll for the 47th Pennsylvania for this Edward Snyder was “E” (name listed as “Snyder, Edward E.”)
Term of Service: 19 September 1861 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 21 October 1863)

Snyder, Edward L.*
* Note: Birthplace was Easton, Pennsylvania; formerly a boatman there. Middle initial “E” on his entry in the Civil War Veterans’ Card File, Pennsylvania State Archives is incorrect. The Edward Snyder who served with Company E before transferring to the 1st U.S. Artillery at the age of 20 is shown as “Snyder, Edward L.” on 47th Pennsylvania muster roll for transferred soldiers
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 1 December 1862 (transferred per General Order to 1st U.S. Artillery, Beaufort)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Per General Order No. 154, transferred to Company D, 1st U.S. Artillery, Beaufort, South Carolina 1 December 1862. Honorably discharged from 1st U.S. Artillery at Beaufort, South Carolina as Private 18 February 1864

Snyder, George W.
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Rank: Private

Snyder, Thomas B.
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 1 March 1864 (transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: By order of General Banks, Commanding Officer, U.S. Department of the Gulf, transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps 1 March 1864 (described as “Pro. to invalid Corps” on his entry in the Civil War Veterans’ Card File, Pennsylvania State Archives)

Spangler, Andrew
Term of Service: 25 January 1865 – 25 December 1865 (joined from recruiting depot at Norristown, Pennsylvania 2 February 1865; mustered in for one-year term; mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private

Steinmetz, Charles P.
Term of Service: 5 February 1864 – 25 December 1865 (joined up with 47th Pennsylvania from regimental depot 18 September 1864; mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private

Stem, Samuel
Alternate Presentations of Surname: Stein, Stem
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Honors: Promoted from the rank of Private to Corporal 1865 (June?). Reduced from the rank of Corporal to Private per order of the U.S. Adjutant General’s Office 2 August 1865. Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 21 October 1863)

Taylor, John
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 1 March 1862 (discharged on Surgeon’s Certificate)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Discharged on a Surgeon’s Certificate 1 March 1862

Templin, Augustus S.
Term of Service: 17 February 1865 – 25 December 1865 (joined from recruiting depot 10 April 1865; mustered in for one-year term; mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Prior Service: Company D, 38th Pennsylvania Militia

Tice, Joseph A.
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Rank: Private

Tidaboch, Alfred J.
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Tidaboch, Tidabock
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Rank: Private

Tidaboch, John
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Tidaboch, Tidabock
Term of Service No. 1: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Term of Service No. 2: 6 February 1865 – 25 December 1865 (mustered in for one-year term; joined from recruiting depot 20 February 1865; mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private

Tilton, George L.
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 13 April 1864 (transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps)
Rank: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: By order of General Banks, Commanding Officer, U.S. Department of the Gulf, transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps 13 April 1864

Todd, James Knox Polk
Term of Service: 17 December 1863 – 25 December 1865 (joined from recruiting depot in Philadelphia 3 January 1864; mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Prior Service: Private, Company D, 27th Pennsylvania Volunteers (19 June 1863 – 1 August 1863)

Transue, Samuel
Term of Service: 10 September 1862 – 1 June 1865 (discharged by General Order)
Rank: Private
Prior Service: Private, Company H, 1st Pennsylvania Volunteers (April – July 1861)
Honors/Service Distinctions: Joined from recruiting depot 14 October 1862 per General Order No. 53, issue by the Headquarters, Middle Military Division, U.S. Army, Camp Brightwood, D.C.

Troxell, Theodore
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Rank In: Sergeant
Rank Out: Private
Prior Service: Private, Company D, 1st Pennsylvania Infantry (20 April 186
Service Distinctions: Promoted from Private to the rank of Sergeant upon re-enlisting with his new regiment (the 47th Pennsylvania). Reduced in rank from Sergeant to Private 26 December 1862

Vogel, George
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Vogal, Vogel, Vogle
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 18 September 1864 (mustered out at Berryville, Virginia upon expiration of term)
Rank: Private

Wagner, Albert
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Honors: Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 21 October 1863)

Walter, Joseph Eugene (see also “Regimental Band”)
Alternate Presentations of Name: J. E. Walter, J. Eugene Walter, Joseph Eugene Walter, Joseph E. Walters
Term of Service No. 1: 14 August 1861 – September 1862 (joined as Musician with Regimental Band, 47th Pennsylvania; mustered out from the 47th Pennsylvania when regimental bands were deemed an unnecessary expense by the federal government)
Term of Service No. 2: Regimental Band Leader, 153rd Pennsylvania Volunteers (6 October 1862 – 24 July 1863; mustered out with regiment)
Term of Service No. 3: 19 November 1863 – 25 December 1865 (joined from recruiting depot as Private with Company E, 47th Pennsylvania; mustered out with regiment)
Rank In: Musician
Rank Out: Private
Honors/Service Distinctions: Veteran Volunteer, serving two service terms with the 47th Pennsylvania Volunteers and one with the 153rd Pennsylvania Volunteers

Ward, William
Term of Service: 22 September 1862 – 23 January 1865 (mustered out)
Rank: Private

Warman, Henry (see “Worman, Henry” below)

Worman, Henry
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Warman, Worman
Term of Service: 17 December 1863 – 1864 (transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps)
Rank: Private
Prior Service: Private, Company E, 5th Pennsylvania Militia (13 September 1862 – 25 September 1862; mustered out with regiment)
Honors/Service Distinctions: Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps in 1864 (described in his Civil War Veterans’ Card File at the Pennsylvania State Archives as the ” To invalid Corps – 64 New Orleans, La.”)

Weaver, Josiah
Term of Service: 8 October 1862 – 7 October 1865 (mustered out from Charleston, South Carolina upon expiration of term)
Rank: Private

Wilhelm, John
Alternate Spellings of Given Name: Jno, John
Term of Service: 16 September 1861 – 25 December 1865 (mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private
Honors: Veteran Volunteer (re-enlisted at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida 21 October 1863)

Wolf, Charles
Term of Service: 31 January 1865 – 25 December 1865 (joined from recruiting depot 10 February 1865; mustered in for one-year term)
Rank: Private

Wright, William H.
Term of Service: 21 December 1863 – 25 December 1865 (joined from recruiting depot 9 January 1864; mustered out with regiment) Rank: Private

Young, George
Term of Service: 13 February 1865 – unknown (mustered in for one-year term; not on muster out roll)
Rank: Private

Zearfass, Bernard (see “Zerfass, Bernard” below)

Zerfass, Bernard
Alternate Spellings of Surname: Zearfass, Zerfass
Term of Service: 23 February 1864 – 25 December 1865 (joined up with 47th Pennsylvania from regimental depot 18 September 1864; mustered out with regiment)
Rank: Private

Sources:

1. Bates, Samuel P. History of Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-5. Harrisburg: 1869.

2. Camp Ford Prison Rosters. Tyler: Smith County Historical Society.

3. Civil War Muster Rolls (muster in, reenlistment, muster out). Harrisburg: Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans’ Affairs (Record Group 19, Series 19.11).

4. Civil War Veterans’ Card File. Harrisburg: Pennsylvania State Archives.

5. Pennsylvania Veteran’s Burial Index Cards. Harrisburg: Pennsylvania Department of Veterans Affairs.

6. Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, federal Burial Ledgers and national cemetery Interment Control Forms. Washington, D.C.: The National Cemetery Administration, U.S. Office of the Adjutant General, U.S. Departments of Veterans Affairs, Defense and Army (Office of the Quartermaster General), Record Groups 15, 92, 94, U.S. National Archives and Records Administration.

7. Roll of Honor (No. XIV): Names of Soldiers Who, in Defence [sic] of the American Union, Suffered Martyrdom in the Prison Pens throughout the South, in Quartermaster General’s Office, General Orders No. 7, February 20 1868. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1868.

8. Schmidt, Lewis. A Civil War History of the 47th Regiment of Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers. Allentown: Self-published, 1986.

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