25th Regiment
Pennsylvania Volunteers
Company D

"National Light Artillery"

Recruited at Pottsville

Mustered in April 18, 1861, Harrisburg

Organized in the summer of 1831, the National Light Infantry was commanded, successively, by Captains Dean, Shoenfelter, Beard, Bland, Pott, and M'Donald. The interest in the organization, which had, for a time, been impaired, was revived under the skillful management of Captain Frank Pott, and the outbreak of the rebellion found the company in efficient training under Captain M'Donald. Its organization was continued after the three months' term of service had expired, and became company "A" of the 96th veteran regiment.



Edmund M'Donald Captain
James Russell 1st Lieutenant
Henry L. Cake 2d Lieutenant
Louis J. Martin 2d Lieutenant
Lamar S. Hay 1st Sergeant
Abram M'Intyre 2d Sergeant
William F. Huntzinger 3d Sergeant
George G. Boyer 4th Sergeant
Ernst A. Sauerbrey 1st Corporal
Charles C. Russell 2d Corporal
Edward Moran 3d Corporal
Frederick W. Conrad 4th Corporal
Downey, D. D. Quarter Master Sergeant
Barlett, B. F Private
Bast, Jacob Private
Becker, William Private
Beidleman, William A. Private
Benedict, John E Private
Bodafield, John Private
Britton, Williamt Private
Buckley, William Private
Bull, Thomas G. Private
Burrows, John Private
Carroll, William Private
Christian, William A. Private
Curtin, Patrick. Private
Dampman, J. J. Private
De Coursey, George Private
Deiner, John P. Private
Deitrich, Jeremiah Private
Donegan, James Private
Donegan, John Private
Dooley, John Private
Eberle, David Private
Ellrich, Ernst T. Private
Eppinger, John, Private
Evans, James. Private
Foley, Edmund Private
Foren, Michael Private
Forseman, Amos Private
Garber, George W. Private
Garrett, Charles F. Private
Garrett, William F. Private
Gehring, Henry Private
Gloss, Levi Private
Good, Uriah Private
Goodyear, M. Private
Hanley, Frank Private
Hatman, John Private
Hauser, Herman Private
Hodgson, William H. Private
Hoffman, Charles F. Private
Houck, Thomas G. Private
Howard, David Private
Howell, John M. Private
Hughes, James M. Private
Irving, William Private
Johnson, Joseph Private
Lambert, Enoch Private
Larkin, Michael Private
Lashorn, William M. Private
Lerch, George A. Private
Lipman, Anthony Private
Madara, William Private
Manayan, Lawrence Private
Marshall, James Private
M'Cabe, Edward Private
M'Cool, J. Addison Private
M'Donald, James E. Private
Mennig, George W. Private
M'Ginnes, James P. Private
Neis, Henry C. Private
Parker, Thomas H. Private
Pugh, William Private
Quinn, Henry Private
Ranch, John. Private
Redkey, Charles J., Jr. Private
Rich, Jonas M. Private
Richards, M. Edgar Private
Roberts, William R. Private
Sammon, James. Private
Saylor, Emanuel. Private
Schertle, George. Private
Schmidt, John Private
Schoener, Franklin A. Private
Seltzer, Frederick Private
Shoemaker, Charles J. Private
Shoey, Jacob Private
Simpson, F. W Private
Simpson, JohnT. Private
Smith, Alexander Private
Smith, James R. Private
Smith, Terrence Private
Stager, Samuel. Private
Stodd, John Private
Thomas, Edward Private
Trifoos, Elias B Private
Troy, Ira Private
Umberhauer, C. F. Private
Walker, Mark Private
Weber, Charles Private
Weber, Louis Private
Weller, William Private
Wenrich, Frank. Private
Womelsdorf, John P. Private
Yerger, Henry Private

Source:  Bates, Samuel P. History of the Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-1865, Harrisburg, 1868-1871.






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