Muster Roll of the Applebachsville Guards

The Applebachsville Guards, of Applebachsville, Bucks County, Pennsylvania,
were assigned Company H of the 3rd Pennsylvania Reserves.

NAME.RANK.IN DATE.REMARKS
Thomas, JosephCaptainJune 18, 1861Resigned, July 7, 1862.
Fisher, Benjamin FranklinCaptainJune 18, 1861Promoted from 1st Lt. to Capt., July 7, 1862, had been detached to the Signal Corps, Aug. 27, 1861, mustered out with company, June 17, 1864.
Bartholomew, Jacob B.1st LieutenantJune 18, 1861Promoted from 1st Sgt. to 2nd Lt., Jan. 1, 1862, to 1st Lt., July 7, 62, mustered out with company, June 17, 1864. ,
Applebach, Nelson2nd LieutenantJune 18, 1861Resigned, Dec. 9, 1861.
McCarty, William2nd LieutenantJune 18, 1861Promoted from 1st Sgt. to 2nd Lt., July 7, 62, detached May 30, 1864, to command 61st Company, Veterans, 3rd Brigade, 2nd Division, Department of West Virginia.
Adrian, Andrew Jackson1st SergeantJune 18, 1861Mustered out with company, June 17, 1864.
Case, Ephraim1st SergeantJune 18, 1861Killed, Sept. 17, 1862, at Antietam.
Christern, John H. F. A.SergeantJune 18, 1861Mustered out with company, June 17, 1864.
Keller, JesseSergeantJune 29, 1861Mustered out with company, June 17, 1864.
Lewis, Isaac E.SergeantJune 18, 1861Died, Sept. 24, 1862, at United States General Hospital, in Alexandria, Va., of wounds received at unknown location, Grave 1,598.
Vaux, George W.SergeantJune 18, 1861Mustered in as Corporal and promoted to Sgt., date unknown, wounded and left prisoner in enemy hands, May 9, 1864, at Cloyd Mountain. Editor’s note: In the Pennsylvania State Archives Civil War Veterans Card File 1861-1866, the record for “Vaux, George W.” does not indicate the fate of this man after his being taken prisoner.Note: Managed to find some more information on this man from ancestry.com. “George W. Vaux, was a 27 year old blue eyed sailor, from Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He enrolled on June 6, 1861, at Easton, Pennsylvania, and mustered in as a Corporal, in Company K 32nd Pennsylvania Volunteers, Third Reserve, on July 29, 1861, at Harrisburg. He was later promoted to the rank of Sergeant. At the Battle of Cloyd Mountain, on May 9, 1864, he was wounded, and left in the hands of the enemy. George W. Vaux, died on June 28, 1864, and is buried in Knoxville National Cemetery, Grave: 1949, Knox County, Tennessee. He is buried with his name spelled: “J W VAULPS” on his tombstone. How his body is buried in Tennessee, is a question only God can answer. His tombstone is very well cared for, and his service with CO C 3 PA RES, is inscribed.”
Connell, Hugh O.CorporalJune 29, 1861Mustered out with company, June 17, 1864.
Neiffer, AugustusCorporalJune 29, 1861Mustered out with company, June 17, 1864.
Darling, W. MarshallCorporalJune 18, 1861Mustered out with company, June 17, 1864.
Frankenfield, DanielCorporalJune 18, 1861Discharged, Nov. 29, 1862, to re-enlist in battery C, 5th United States Artillery.
Hauch, NathanCorporalJune 29, 1861Discharged on Surgeon’s certificate, Jan. 20, 1863.
Gaylord, Rozell M.CorporalJune 22, 1861Promoted from Private to Corporal, date unknown, transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps, date unknown.
Bachman, JacksonCorporalJune 18, 1861Died, Sept. 21, 1862, at United States Hospital, in Fort Monroe, Va.,cause unknown.
Long, IsraelCorporalJune 29, 1861Promoted from Private to Corporal, date unknown, died, date unknown, of wounds received, May 9, 1864, at Cloyd Mountain.
Allaback, Henry E.CorporalJune 18, 1861Killed, June 30, 1862, at Charles City Cross Roads.
Frey, LeviCorporalJune 29, 1861Promoted from Private to Corporal, date unknown, deserted, Feb. 6, 1863, from United States General Hospital, Washington, D. C.
Klimer, William C.MusicianJune 18, 1861Note: Name corrected. Bates’ states “C. Kluman” – name on enrollment sheet states “William C. Klimer” Mustered out with company, June 17, 1864.
Burnes, WilliamMusicianJune 29, 1861Transferred to Co. I, 3rd Reserves, July 1, 1861.
Albright, JohnPrivateJune 18, 1861Discharged, Nov. 24, 1862, to re-enlist in battery C, 5th United States Artillery.
Brey, Adam S.PrivateJune 18, 1861Absent, sick, at muster out.
Beidlingmoyer, C.PrivateJuly 15, 1861Absent, sick, at muster out.
Boorse, AllenPrivateJuly 8, 1861Discharged on Surgeon’s certificate, Nov. 21, 1862. Surname corrected by Descendant Gary Boorse.
Burnes, LewisPrivateApril 10, 1862Discharged on Surgeon’s certificate, Feb. 24, 1863.
Bushnell, Samuel A.PrivateJuly 29, 1861Transferred to 54th reg. P. V., July 4, 1864, Vet. Editor’s note: This is the first of two entries that Bates includes in his Co. H roll for “Bushnell, Samuel A.” (See below for the second entry.). In the Pennsylvania State Archives Civil War Veterans Card File 1861-1866, there are four (4) records for “Bushnell, Samuel A.” The first record is blank except for the following notation: “See Co. H.” The second record is complete and the original remark reads as follows: “Trans. For Co I. Trans. By Re-enlistment (54 P.V. 7-4-64 Vet. Bates) Re-enlisted 11-2-63 Deserted 3-24-64 at Martinsburg, Va.” The remark was subsequently revised by inserting by hand “Washington D. C.” after “11-2-63”; deleting by striking out “Deserted 3-24-64 at Martinsburg, Va.”; and inserting by hand “Trd to Co D – 54 Inf. 7-4-64”. The third record is also complete but contains the following notation: “Deserted 3-24-64 at Vandersville, Va. Returned from Desertion 4-86-64.” The fourth record is for “Bushnell, Sam’l A.” of Co. D, 54th reg. P. V. It indicates a muster-in and muster-out dates of 11-2-63 and 7-15-65 respectively. The typewritten remark is limited to “Veteran” and is supplemented by a hand-written “See Co. H -3rd Res.”
Barth, Frederick R.PrivateJune 18, 1861Transferred to 54th reg. P. V., July 4, 1864, Vet.
Brown, LewisPrivateJune 18, 1861Killed, Sept. 17, 1862, at Antietam.
Beidleman, TheoPrivateJuly 21, 1861Deserted, Aug. 12, 1861, at Camp Tennally, D. C.
Bushnell, Samuel A.PrivateMay 27, 1861Deserted, Mar. 22, 1864, returned Apr. 8, 1864, mustered out with company, June 17, 1864. Editor’s note: Possible duplicate entry. This is the second of two entries that Bates includes in his Co. H roll for “Bushnell, Samuel A.” See the remarks included with the first entry above for “Bushnell, Samuel A.” It is also to be noted that the date of May 27, 1861 that Bates provides as the muster-in date for Federal service is not the date in the above records. They provide a muster-in date for Federal service of July 29, 1861.
Crib, WilliamPrivateJuly 29, 1861Discharged on Surgeon’s certificate, Oct. 16, 1862.
Crater, Jacob B.PrivateJune 18, 1861Killed, Sept. 17, 1862, at Antietam.
Dougherty, WilliamPrivateJune 20, 1861Absent, sick, at muster out.
English, EmanuelPrivateJuly 20, 1861Discharged on Surgeon’s certificate, Jan. 21, 1863.
Evans, William D.PrivateSept. 1, 1861Mustered out Sept. 4, 1864, at expiration of term.
Flynn, PeterPrivateJune 18, 1861Mustered out with company, June 17, 1864. Name also spelled “Flinn” per Bates. Name spelled as per pension record.
Fill, JohnPrivateJune 29, 1861Transferred to 54th reg. P. V., July 4, 1864.
Foll, John G.PrivateJune 18, 1861Deserted, Sept. 24, 1862, at Sharpsburg, Md.
Gearhart, Abner C.PrivateJun. 18, 1861Mustered out with company, June 17, 1864.
Greenwood , LewisPrivateSept. 10, 1862Transferred to 54th reg. P. V., July 4, 1864.
Gerbron, Joseph TheobaldPrivateSept. 10, 1862Transferred to 54th reg. P. V., July 4, 1864.
Gerlach, CharlesPrivateJune 15, 1861Deserted, May 26, 1863, at Alexandria, Va.
Huff, FrederickPrivateJune 18, 1861Mustered out with company, June 17, 1864.
Huver, JamesPrivateJuly 20, 1861Mustered out with company, June 17, 1864.
Houseworth, JosiahPrivateJul. 20, 1861Mustered out with company, June 17, 1864.
Hertle, MichaelPrivateJune 15, 1861Absent, sick, at muster out.
Hendricks, Hilary O.PrivateJune 18, 1861Discharged on Surgeon’s certificate, Nov. 20, 1862.
Hager, John S.PrivateOctober 10, 1862Transferred to 54th reg. P. V., July 4, 1864.
Huff, AndrewPrivateJune 29, 1861Killed, Aug. 30, 1862, at Second Bull Run.
Jones, JamesPrivateJuly 9, 1861Discharged on Surgeon’s certificate, Dec. 2, 1862, re-enlisted, Mar. 31, 1864, transferred to 54th reg. P. V., July 4, 1864.
Keeler, JoshuaPrivateJune 18, 1861Mustered out with company, June 17, 1864.
Kerns, JosephPrivateAugust 6, 1862Transferred to 54th reg. P. V., July 4, 1864.
Keiser, JessePrivateJune 29, 1861Died, Jan. 13, 1862, of disease, in United States Hospital, at Alexandria, Va.
Keiser, AdamPrivateJune 29, 1861Killed, June 27, 1862, at Gaines’ Mill.
Ladshaw, AbramPrivateJune 29, 1861Mustered out with company, June 17, 1864.
Lambenstine, JohnPrivateJun. 18, 1861Mustered out with company, June 17, 1864.
Long, WashingtonPrivateOctober 28, 1862Transferred to 54th reg. P. V., July 4, 1864.
Longenbucher, GeorgePrivateJune 18, 1861Died, Jan. 28, 1862, of disease, in hospital, at Harrisburg, Pa. Editor’s note: In the Pennsylvania State Archives Civil War Veterans Card File 1861-1866, the record for “Longenbucher, George” is blank and cross-references to the record for “Longbucher, George.” The details contained in the second record are as above.
Milloy, DanielPrivateSept. 15, 1862Discharged on Surgeon’s certificate, Sept. 9, 1863.
Martin, JohnPrivateSept. 3, 1862Transferred to 54th reg. P. V., July 4, 1864.
Miller, JeremiahPrivateJuly 9, 1861Deserted, Dec. 11, 1862, at Fredericksburg, Va.
Miller, WilliamPrivateJune 18, 1861Deserted, Dec. 22, 1862, at Belle Plain, Va.
Ohl, John W.PrivateSept. 18, 1862Discharged on Surgeon’s certificate, Jan. 18, 1863.
Peters, Theodore C.PrivateJune 18, 1861Discharged on Surgeon’s certificate, Feb. 11, 1863.
Pennypacker, JessePrivateSept. 27, 1862Transferred to 54th reg. P. V., July 4, 1864.
Reed, James A.PrivateJune 29, 1861Mustered out with company, June 17, 1864.
Reiter, BenjaminPrivateJune 18, 1861Mustered out with company, June 17, 1864.
Reiter, George W.PrivateJune 29, 1861Transferred to 54th reg. P. V., July 4, 1864, Vet. Editor’s note: This is the first of two entries that Bates includes in his Co. H roll for “Reiter, George W.” (See below the second entry.). In the Pennsylvania State Archives Civil War Veterans Card File 1861-1866, there are two records bearing the name “Reiter, George W.” of Co. H, 3rd Reserves. The details are identical except for occupation (powder maker versus mechanic), complexion (fair versus light), eye color (grey versus brown) and remarks. The remark in the first record is: “Trans by Re-Enlistment Trans to 54 P.V. 7-6-64 Vet. Re-Enlisted 11-14-63.” The remark in the second record is: “Deserted 12-29-63 from Convalescent Camp Va.” It is also to be noted that the date of June 29, 1861 that Bates provides as the muster-in date for Federal service is not the date in the above records. They provide a muster-in date for Federal service of July 29, 1861.
Reed, MiltonPrivateMarch 27, 1862Transferred to 54th reg. P. V., July 4, 1864.
Roberts, A. J.PrivateJune 18, 1861Killed, Aug. 30, 1862, at Second Bull Run.
Reiter, George W.PrivateJuly 29, 1861Deserted, Dec. 29, 1863, from Convalescent Camp, Va. Editor’s note: Possible duplicate entry. This is the second of two entries that Bates includes in his Co. H roll for “Reiter, George W.” See the remarks included with the first entry above for “Reiter, George W.”
Rebman, GeorgePrivateAugust 30, 1862Not on muster-out roll.
Scheetz, MiltonPrivateJune 18, 1861Mustered out with company, June 17, 1864.
Small, John S.PrivateJune 29, 1861Mustered out with company, June 17, 1864.
Seifert, Charles G.PrivateJune 18, 1861Mustered out with company, June 17, 1864.
Shively, JohnPrivateJuly 16, 1861Discharged on Surgeon’s certificate, date unknown.
Straun, Owen M.PrivateSept. 8, 1862Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps, July 29, 1863.
Shilb, FrederickPrivateJune 18, 1861Transferred to 54th reg. P. V., July 4, 1864, Vet.
Snable, JeremiahPrivateJuly 20, 1861Transferred to 54th reg. P. V., July 4, 1864, Vet.
Small, JohnPrivateJune 29, 1861Transferred to Western Gun-Boat Service, Feb. 28, 1862, per Special Order 93, Division Headquarters.
Schaarschmidt, EmilPrivateJune 29, 1861Deserted, Dec. 17, 1862, from General Hospital, in Philadephia, Pa. Editor’s note: In the Pennsylvania State Archives Civil War Veterans Card File 1861-1866, the record for “Schaarschmidt, Emil” is blank and cross-references to the record for “Scharschids, Emil.” The details contained in the second record are as above.
Stouffer, Jacob L.PrivateJune 18, 1861Missing in action, June 27, 1861, at Gaines’ Mill.
Sellers, FrankPrivateJune 18, 1861Killed, Dec. 13, 1861, at Fredericksburg.
Thomas, GeorgePrivateJune 18, 1861Died, Aug. 24, 1861, reason unknown, buried in Military Asylum Cemetery.
Trumbower, JohnPrivateJune 18, 1861Transferred to 54th reg. P. V., July 4, 1864. Editor’s note: This is the first of two entries that Bates includes in his Co. H roll for “Trumbower, John.” In the Pennsylvania State Archives Civil War Veterans Card File 1861-1866, there are two records bearing the name “Trumbower, John” of Co. H, 3rd Reserves. The details are identical except for the remarks. The remark in the first record is: “Trans by Re-Enlistment (to 54 P.V. 7-4-64 Bates) Re-Enlisted 11-2-63 Deserted 3-22-64 at Martinsburg.” The remark in the second record is: “Deserted 12-29-63 Vandersville, Va.” It is also to be noted that the date of June 18, 1861 that Bates provides as the muster-in date for Federal service is not the date in the above records. They provide a muster-in date for Federal service of July 29, 1861.
Trumbower, JohnPrivateJuly 29, 1861Deserted Mar. 22, 1864, at Vandersville, Va. Editor’s note: Possible duplicate entry. This is the second of two entries that Bates includes in his Co. H roll for “Trumbower, John.” See the remarks included with the first entry above for “Trumbower, John.”
Walp, Charles J.PrivateJune 29, 1861Mustered out with company, June 17, 1864.
Wenklodt, Jacob F.PrivateJune 29, 1861Mustered out with company, June 17, 1864.
Wile, MichaelPrivateJul. 9, 1861Mustered out with company, June 17, 1864.
Willuner, JessePrivateJune 29, 1861Mustered out with company, June 17, 1864.
Weider, Wayne F.PrivateJune 18, 1861Discharged on Surgeon’s certificate, Mar. 5, 1863.
Wissinger, ChristianPrivateJune 18, 1861Discharged on Surgeon’s certificate, Feb. 11, 1863.
Wissinger, DanielPrivateJune 18, 1861Discharged on Surgeon’s certificate, May 25, 1863.
Warner, StephenPrivateJuly 20, 1861Transferred to 54th reg. P. V., July 4, 1864, Vet. Editor’s note: This is the first of two entries that Bates includes in his Co. H roll for “Warner, Stephen.” In the Pennsylvania State Archives Civil War Veterans Card File 1861-1866, the record for “Warner, Stephen” is blank and cross-references to the record for “Werner, Stephen.” This record does not indicate that this man deserted; however, it also does not specify a discharge date. The remark provided in the record is the following: “Trans by (54 P.V. 7-6-64 Bates) Re-Enlisted 11-29-63.” It is also to be noted that the date of July 20, 1861 that Bates provides as the muster-in date for Federal service is not the date in the above records. They provide a muster-in date for Federal service of July 29, 1861.
Worthington, GeorgePrivateJune 18, 1861Transferred to Signal Corps, Aug. 27, 1861.
Warner, StephenPrivateJuly 29, 1861Deserted, Mar. 22, 1864. Editor’s note: Possible duplicate entry. This is the second of two entries that Bates includes in his Co. H roll for “Warner, Stephen.” See the remarks included with the first entry above for “Warner, Stephen.”
Yeakel, John K.PrivateAug. 17, 1862Transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps, July 29, 1863.
Yotter, Martin V.PrivateJune 29, 1861Transferred to 54th reg. P. V., July 4, 1864, Vet.
Yeakel, Samuel K.PrivateAugust 28, 1862Transferred to 54th reg. P. V., July 4, 1864.
Zeiner, LeviPrivateJune 29, 1861Discharged on Surgeon’s certificate, Apr. 27. 1862.
Zimmerman, LewisPrivateJune 18, 1861Transferred to 54th reg. P. V., July 4, 1864, Vet. Editor’s note: This is the first of two entries that Bates includes in his Co. H roll for “Zimmerman, Lewis.” In the Pennsylvania State Archives Civil War Veterans Card File 1861-1866, there are two records for “Zimmerman, Lewis.” The first record includes the following notation: “Deserted 3-22-64 Vandersville, Va.” The second record includes the following notation: “Trans by Re-enlistment (54 P.V. 7-4-64 Bates) Re-enlisted 11-14-63.” It is also to be noted that the date of June 18, 1861 that Bates provides as the muster-in date for Federal service is not the date in the above records. They provide a muster-in date for Federal service of July 29, 1861.
Zimmerman, LewisPrivateJuly 29, 1861Deserted, Mar. 22, 1864, at Vandersville, Va. Editor’s note: Possible duplicate entry. This is the second of two entries that Bates includes in his Co. H roll for “Zimmerman, Lewis.” See the remarks included with the first entry above for “Zimmerman, Lewis.”