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Additions to Veterans’ List – K

Posted By on June 2, 2013

Veterans of the Civil War identified as having some connection to the Lykens Valley area and included in the Civil War Research Project was last updated 19 April 2012.  In a series of posts continuing intermittently until concluding in mid-June, a brief sketch of each of the new names added since then will be presented.  Note that in a few cases, the persons are not veterans, but have been identified with some Civil War event or are related to a Civil War veteran.  At the conclusion of the listing of these added names, the Veterans list will be updated with the new names, re-alphabetized, and presented in a new format which includes the Project File Number for each individual.

Additional information is sought on each of the individuals in the Veterans’ List.  Comments can be added to the blog post or information can be sent by e-mail.  Of particular interest are stories, pictures, military records, pension information, and genealogies.

Abbreviations:  CW#Civil War Research Project File Number.  MI = Mustered In.  MO = Mustered Out.  NARA = National Archives and Records Administration Microfilm Series and Roll Number.  POW = Prisoner of War.  AKA = Also Known As.  Months are abbreviated with the standard 3-letter abbreviation.

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[CW#K003.5] Benjamin Katterman (18xx-xxxx) ——– 18th Pennsylvania Infantry (Emergency of 1862), Company B, ? (MI ? – MO ?).  Found in Trevorton Civil War veterans’ list, p. 53.

[CW#K005.5] Emanuel Kauffman (18xx-xxxx) ——-  Unknown.   Died in war.  Found in Trevorton Civil War veterans’ list, p. 53.

[CW#K009] Samuel W. Kauffman (18xx-xxxx) ——– 50th PAennsylvania Infantry, Company A, Private (MI 9 Sep 1861 – MO 29 Sep 1864).  NARA M554-R62.  Enrolled: Hubley Township.  MI:  Harrisburg.  Disability reported in 1890:  Gunshot wound, right leg.  Residence in 1890:  Zerbe, Northumberland County.  Wounded Chantille, Virginia.   Found in Trevorton Civil War veterans’ list, p. 53.  Res: Sacramento.  Occupation:  Laborer.  AKA:  S.W.

[CW#K010] Daniel Kauffman (18xx-xxxx) ——–  Unknown.  Named on Tower City Veterans’ Memorial.   AKA:  Kauffman.

[CW#K010.7] August V. Kautz (1828-1895) ——– General.

[CW#K012.5] John Kean (1762-1818) ——–  Revolutionary War General (desendants fought in Civil War).   Born: Philadelphia.  Died: Harrisburg.    Found in Commemorative Biographical; Encyclopedia of Dauphin County, p. 189 (portrait, p. 17).

[CW#K013] Samuel Kearcher (1817-1866) ——– 50th Pemmsylvania Infantry, Company A, Private & Wagoner (MI 9 Sep 1861 – MO 30 Jul 1865).   NARA M554-R61.  NARA M554-R62.  Enrolled:  Llewellyn.  MI: Harrisburg.  Re-enlisted, Blaine’s Crossroads, Tennessee, 1 Jan 1864.   Buried:  Reformed Cemetery, Tremont, Branch Township, Schuylkill County.  Residence: Llewellyn.  Occupation:  Shoemaker.  AKA:  Kaercher.

[CW#K013.3] Matthew Kearney (18xx-xxxx) ——– 18th Pennsylvania Infantry (Emergency of 1862), Company B, ? (MI ? – MO ?).  Found in Trevorton Civil War veterans’ list, p. 53.

[CW#K013.6] Michael Kearney (18xx-xxxx) ——–  18th Pennsylvania Infantry (Emergency of 1862), Company B, ? (MI ? – MO ?).  Found in Trevorton Civil War veterans’ list, p. 53.

[CW#K016.5] Luther R. Keefer (1834-1908) ——- 27th Pennsylvania Infantry (Emergency of 1863), Company A, Private (MI 19 Jun 1863 – MO 1 Aug 1863).  Deputy U.S. Marshal for 14th District of Pennsylvania after 1863.  Enrolled: Pottsville.  MI: Pottsville.  Also service in Mexican War, 2nd Pennsylvania Infantry, Company M (see Pennsylvania Burial Card).   Cousin of U.S. Senator Cameron.  Married: Anna Osler.    Buried:  Cressona Cemetery, Cressona, Schuylkill County.  Politician.  Served in State Senate, 29th Pennsylvania Congressional District, 1869-1877.  Schuylkill County Biographies., p. 582 & portrait.  AKA: Keffer.

[CW#K025] Jacob G. Keener (1838-xxxx) ——– 46th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company I, Private (MI 23 Feb 1864 – Deserted 23 Jun 1865).  Enrolled:  Harrisburg.  MI:  Harrisburg.  Deserted from Provost Guard, 23 Jun 1863.  Residence:  Dauphin Co.  Occupation:  Laborer.

[CW#K026] Jacob H. Keener (18xx-1863) ——– 155th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company B, ? (MI ? – MO ?). Not found in regimental lists.  Believed to have served in Zouaves.  Married: Catharine ?   From Pittsburgh area.  Widow applied for pension – very low number.

[CW#K027] Jacob Keener Jr. (1844-1924) ——– 127th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company D, Private (MI 9 Aug 1862 – MO 29 May 1863).  20th Pennsylvania Cavalry, Company B, Pvt (MI 2 Feb 1864 – MO 13 Jul 1865).   NARA M554-R62.  Enrolled:  Harrisburg.  MI:  Harrisburg.  Transferred. to 1st Provisional Cavalry, Company B, 17 Jun 1865.   Married:  Elizabeth Ziegler.  Buried:  Hoisington Cemetery, Hoisington, Barton Coounty, Kansas.  Residence:  Lykens.  Occupation:  Farmer.  Moved to Kansas about 1883 where he applied for pension.

[CW#K028] Jacob Keener Sr. (1823-1902) ——- 201st Pennsylvania Infantry, Company I, Private (MI 30 Aug 1864 – MO 21 Jun 1865).   NARA M554-R62.  Disability claimed in 1890:  “Chronic diarrhea”.  Residence in 1890:  Powells Valley.  Member of Post 58 G.A.R. (Hartranft).  Married Catharine Kemmerer.  Buried: Long’s Cemetery, Halifax, Dauphin County.  Obituary in Patriot, 10 Jan 1903.  AKA:  Kiener or Keyer.

[CW#K029] John G. Keener (1847-1909) ——– 210th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company H, Musician (MI 20 Sep 1864 – MO 30 May 1865).  Married:  Mary Ann ?  Buried:  Gratz Union Cemetery, Gratz, Dauphin County.  Death date could be 5 May 1909.   AKA:  Keihner and possibly Jacob?

[CW#K032.5] Stoughton Keihnes (1842-xxxx) ——– 50th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company C, Private (MI 9 Sep 1861 – MO 30 Jul 1865).  NARA M554-R62.  Enrolled: Schuylkill Haven.  MI: Harrisburg.  Re-enlisted at Blaine’s Crossroads, Tennessee, 1 Jan 1864.  Occupation: Boatman.  Residence: Schuylkill Haven.  AKA:  Keighnor, Keihner, and Kiehner.

[CW#K036] John M. Keiper Jr. (1842-1887) ——– ? 12th Pennsylvania Cavalry, Company D, Sergeant (MI 29 Nov 1862 – MO 20 Jul 1865).  Stewart’s Infantry or Independent Battery Militia of 1864, Company E, ? (MI 16 Jul  1864 to 12 Aug 1864 – MO 10 Nov 1864 to 14 Nov 1864).   NARA M554-R62.  Most likely only Stewart’s for this vet.  Never married. Buried:  Salem Union Cemetery, Elizabethville, Dauphin Co., PA.  This is a different person than John H. Keiper.

[CW#K040.5] Isaac Keiser (18xx-xxxx) ——– 18th Pennsylvania Infantry (Emergency of 1862), Company B, ? (MI ? – MO ?).  Found in Trevorton Civil War veterans’ list, p. 53.

[CW#K041] Jacob Keiser (1828-xxxx) ——–  ? 83rd Pennsylvania Infantry, Company K, Private (MI ? – MO ?).  1st U.S. Cavalry, Company E, Company K, Company F, ? (MI 5 Jul 1855 – MO 11 May 1860).  Re-enlisted (MI ? – MO ?).       Deserted?  Married:  Catherine Sheetz.  Daugher Ellen V. Keiser, married Edmond Umholtz & Elias Dilfield.  Divorced Catherine Sheetz.  Possibly went to Kansas or California after the war, married again, had more children.

[CW#K052.4] Josiah Keller (18xx-xxxx) ——– Unknown.   Brothers Peter Keller and William Keller also in Civil War. Residence; Ringtown,  Schuylkill Co.

[CW#K052.6] Peter Keller (1837-1913) ——– 48th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company I, Private (MI 23 Aug 1861 – MO 17 Jul 1865).  NARA M554-R63.  MI: Middleport, Schuylkill County (from state service).  Re–enlisted, 1 Jan 1864, Cincinnati, Ohio.  Wounded at Cold Harbor, 3 Jun 1864.  Wounded at Antietam, MD, 17 Sep 1862. Married: Sarah Zimmerman.  Brothers: Josiah Keller and William Keller, also served in Civil War.  Buried:  St. John’s Cemetery, Ringtown Cemetery, Ringtown, Schuylkill County. Residence: Ringtown.  Occupation: Farmer.

[CW#K052.8] William Keller (1839-xxxx) ——– 12th Pennsylvania Cavalry, Company I, Private (MI ? – MO 3 Jun 1865).  Taken prisoner near Charleston, South Carolina, 12 Nov 1864 (POW), held at Libby Prison.  Typhoid fever after transfer to Salisbury Prison, North Carolina.  Transferred to Camp Parole.  Brothers Peter Keller and Josiah Keller also served in Civil War.  Res:  Ringtown, Schuylkill Co.

[CW#K053] James R. Kelley (1839-1871) ——–  31st Ohio Infantry, Company ?, ? (MI ? – MO ?).  Politician.  Speaker of Pennsylvania House,1866. While Speaker, Rothermel painting of Battle of Gettysburg was approved.

[CW#K054] Charles Henry Kellogg (1812-1892) ——– Committed treason by traveling with Confederate Army.  Lincoln’s brother-in-law.  Married: Margaret Todd.

[CW#K055] Wiliam Kelly (1842-xxxx) ——– 50th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company A, Private (MI 6 Mar 1865 – 30 Jul 1865). Marine Service: Revenue Cutter Kiwanee (Nov 1864 – Jan 1865).   NARA M554-R63.  MI: Norristown.   See Navy records.  Applied for pension from California, 18 Aug 1890.   Alias:  Dennis Cunningham.

[CW#K059.5] George Kemmerer (1820-xxxx) —— 210th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company H, Private (MI 14 Sep 1864 – MO 3 Jun 1865).  Enrolled: Harrisburg.  MI: Camp Curtin.  Widow applied for pension, 8 Oct 1879.   AKA:  Kammerer.

[CW#K060.3] Daniel Kendig (1824-1911) ——-   U.S. Army Chaplain, Presidio, San Francisco, California.                Chaplain. Married:   Josephine ?   Buried:  Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia.   Found in Commemorative Biographical Encyclopedia of Dauphin County, p. 803-4 (portrait of brother, p. 791)

[CW#K060.7] Walter Henry Kendig (1830-1904) ——–  None     Brother:  Rev. Daniel Kendig, Chaplain, Presidio  Found in Commemorative Biographical Encyclopedia of Dauphin County, p. 803-4 (portrait, p. 791)

[CW#K060.9] William Kent (18xx-xxxx) ——– 172nd Pennsyvlania Infantry, Company D, ?  Found in Trevorton Civil War veterans’ list, p. 53.

[CW#K065] Garrett Kerrigan (1843-1914) ——– 50th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company C, Private (MI 9 Sep 1861 – MO 20 Jul 1865).  NARA M554-R64.  Enrolled: Schuylkill Haven.  MI: Pottsville.  Re-enlisted Blaine’s Crossroads, Tennsessee, 1 Jan 1864.   Probably not married.   Buried:  Edgewood Cemetery, Loyalsock Township, Lycoming County.  Occupation: Boatman.  Later Occupation:  Lumberman.  Religion: Catholic.  Lived in Veterans’ Homes.   AKA:  Carrigan.

[CW#K070.5] John F. Kerstetter (18xx-xxxx) ——– 172nd Pennsylvania Infantry, Company D, ?  Found in Trevorton Civil War veterans’ list, p. 53.

[CW#K075] Peter Kessler (18xx-xxxx) ——–  Unknown.  Named on Tower City Veterans’ Memorial.   AKA:  Ressler?

[CW#K079.5] Francis Kidwell (1842-xxxx) ——– 210th PeennsylvaniaInfantry, Company H, Private (MI 14 Sep 1864 – Deserted 15 Sep 1864).     Enrolled: Harrisburg.  MI: Camp Curtin.  Deserter.

[CW#K100] James E. Kitchen (1847-xxxx) ——– 50th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company A, Private (MI 10 Mar 1865 – MO 30 Jul 1865).   NARA M554-R66.  Substitute.  MI:  Chambersburg.  Applied for pension from New Jersey.

[CW#K103] David Bender Kline (1844-1913) ——– 28th Pennsylvania Infantry (Emergency of 1863), Company C, Private (MI 20 Jun 1863 – MO 28 Jul 1863).  209th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company E, Private (MI 9 Sep 1864  MO 31 May 1865).   NARA M554-R66.  Enrolled:  Blomsburg.  MI:  Harrisburg.   Married:  Valeria Stites.

[CW#K104.5] Jacob Kline (18xx-xxxx) ——– 184th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company B, ?  Found in Trevorton Civil War veterans’ list, p. 53.

[CW#K106] John F. Kline (18xx-xxxx) ——–        ? 192nd Pennsylvania Infantry, Company H, ?  (MI ? – MO ?).  Married:  Elizabeth ?    Buried:  Halifax United Methodist Church Cemetery, Halifax, Dauphin Co., PA.    Named in Halifax Bicentennial Book as a Civil War vet.   AKA:  Klein

[CW#K146.5] Jacob Frederick Klugh (1838-xxxx) ——– Not a Civil War veteran.  Married:  Mary C. Black.             Found in Commemorative Biographical Encyclopedia of Dauphin County, p. 814 (portrait, p. 809).  Ran pottery business and taught school during Civil War.

[CW#146.7] Joseph P. Knapp (18xx-xxxx) ——– 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry, Company A, ?  Found in Trevorton Civil War veterans’ list, p. 53.

[CW#K147] Benjamin Knarr (1835-1916) ——–  50th Pennsyvlania Infantry, Company C, Private (MI 20 Apr 1862 – MO 19 Apr 1865).  NARA M554-R66.  Enrolled:  Schuylkill Haven.  MI:  Harrisburg.   Married 1st:  Catharine Maurer.  Married 2nd:  Louisa Krammes.  Brother-in-law of Elias Berger.  Brother of Charles Knarr, George Knarr, & Isaac Knarr.  Buried:  Cumberland Cemetery, Media, Delaware County.  Occupation: Boat Builder.  Residence:  Schuylkill Haven.

[CW#K148] Charles Knarr (1843-1916) ——–  50th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company C, Private (MI 9 Sep 1861 – MO 29 Sep 1864).   29th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company C, Private (MI 12 Nov 1864 – Deserted 10 Jul 1865).  5th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company E, Private (MI 20 Apr 1861 – MO 24 Jul 1861).  NARA M554-R66.  Enrolled:  Schuylkill Haven.  MI:  Harrisburg. Married:  Catharine Maurer.  Brothers also served:  Isaac Knorr, George Knarr, and Benjamin Knarr.  Brother-in-law of Elias Berger.  Buried:  Hepler Cemetery, Pitman, Eldred Township, Schuylkill Co., PA.       Lived in Veterans’ Home, Erie, Pennsylvania.  Occupation:  Boatman.  Residence:  Schuylkill Haven.   AKA:  Knorr or Knerr.

[CW#K148.5] Daniel Henry Knarr (18xx-xxxx) ——–  48th PA Infantry, Company D, ?  Found in Trevorton Civil War veteran list, p. 53.

[CW#K149] George Knarr (1840-1889) ——–  50th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company C, Private (MI 21 Jun 1865 -MO 30 Jul 1865).  6th U.S. Cavalry, Company H, Private (MI 18 Aug 1861 – MO 10 Aug 1864).  NARA M554-R66.  NARA M233-R27.  Enrolled:  Pottsville.  MI:  Pottsville.   Married:  Annie M. Tipton (possibly Maria).  Pierson Miller was named as guardian of minor children.  Brother-in-law of Elias Berger.  Brother of Isaac Knarr, Charles Knarr, & Benjamin Knarr.    Buried:  Union Cemetery, Schuylkill Haven, Schuylkill County.  Residence:  Schuylkill County.  Occupation:  Boatman.   AKA:  Knerr.

[CW#K150] Isaac Knarr (1834-1901) ——– 50th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company C, Private (MI 6 Feb 1865 – MO 30 Jul 1865).  39th Pennsylvania Infantry (Emergency of 1863), Company I, Private (MI 1 Jul 1863 – MO 2 Aug 1863).     NARA M554-R66.  Enrolled:  Pottsville.  MI:  Pottsville.    Married 3 times.   Married 1st:  Emeline Houck.  Married 2nd: Maria Ann Werst.  Married 3rd:  Elizabeth Pierce Slater.  Brother-in-law of Elias Berger.  Brother of George Knarr, Benjamin Knarr, & Charles Knarr.  Occupation:  Carpenter.  Residence:  Schuylkill Haven.   AKA:  Knerr.

[CW#K154.5] Joseph Farmer Knipe (1823-1901) ——- 46th Pennsylvania Infantry, Headquarters, Colonel (MI 1 Aug 1861 – MO 24 Aug 1865).   NARA M554-R66.  General.  Married:  Elizabeth S. Hagen.

[CW#K155] George Knorr (1841-1903) ——– 143rd Pennsylvania Infantry, Company D, Private (MI 7 Sep 1863 – MO 12 Jun 1865).  NARA M554-R66.  Residence in 1890:  Wiconisco Township/Lykens.  MI:  Harrisburg.. Married: Elizabeth Dietrich.  Wife was great-granddaughter of Lenhart Dietrich.    Buried:  Old Union Cemetery, Lykens, Dauphin County.  Tragedy:  Suicide.   AKA:  Knerr.

[CW#K158] David Knouff (1827-1892) ——– 107th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company D, Private (MI ? – Died 3 Oct 1863). M554-R66.  Captured – prisoner (POW) at Gettysburg, paroled, died at home of disease (typhoid).  Confusion as to date of death (one source says Killed in Action at Dabney’s Mills, Virginia, 7 Feb 1865).  Married: Barbara Ann Sweigart.  Buried:  Long’s Cemetery, Halifax, Dauphin County.     Possibly two different vets with same name, both died during war, records co-mingled.    AKA:  Kuoff.

[CW#K166] William J. Koch (1832-xxxx) ——- 50th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company C, Private (MI 19 Feb 1864 – 30 Jul 1865).  NARA M554-R66.  Enrolled: Pottsville.  MI: Pottsville. Occupation: Boatman.  Residence: Pottsville.  Note: another William Koch in same regiment and company, records could be co-mingled.

[CW#K168] William H. Kocher (1844-1913) ——– 177th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company I, Private (MI 2 Nov 1862 – MO 5 Aug 1863).  210th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company H, ? (MI 5 Sep 1864 – 30 May 1865).  ? 10th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company ?, ? (MI ? – MO ?).   NARA M554-R66.  Enrolled: Harrisburg.  MI: Camp Curtin.  Married:  Henrietta ?  Died: Lykens.  Buried:  Union Cemetery, Lykens, Dauphin County.  AKA:  Koehner.

[CW#K171.5] John Rummstein Kooken (1814-1862) ——– 110th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company C, Captain (MI 27 Jun 1862 – Killed in Action 14 Dec 1862).   Enrolled: Harrisburg.  MI: Harrisburg.  Mortally wounded at Battle of Fredericksburg, Virginia, 13 Dec 1862 (KIA).  Died: 14 Dec 1862.  Married:  Mary Catherine ?   Buried: Fredericksburg National Cemetery, Fredericksburg, Virginia.   U.S. Consul at Cuba, pre-Civil War.  Residence in 1842: Jackson Township, Dauphin County.  Reformed minister at Fetterhoff Church, Jackson Township (Halifax Township), 1842-1844.  Residence in 1860: Montgomery County.  Found in several sources, including Commemorative Biographical Encyclopedia of Dauphin County, p. 739.   AKA:  ?John R.”

[CW#K174] Daniel Koppenhaver (1846-1864) ——–  46th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company D, Private (MI 23 Feb 1864 – Died 26 Aug 1864).   NARA M554-R67.  NATA M554-R61.  Died at Chattanooga, Tennessee, of wounds received at Peach Tree Creek, Georgia    Chattanooga National Cemetery, Chattanooga, Tennessee (F-2105, Grave 503). Possibly same person who also served in the 130th Pennsyvlania Infantry.  Possibly the same person who is named on Millersburg G.A.R. Monument as a Civil War vet.   AKA:  Kopenhafer or L. Koperhefer.

[CW#K176] Emanuel Koppenhaver (1835-1889) ——–  9th Illinois Infantry, Company E, Private (MI ? – MO ?).   Buried:  St. John (Hill) Cemetery, Berrysburg, Dauphin County.

[CW#K179] J. J. Koppenhaver (18xx-xxxx) ——– Unknown.   Buried:  Oak Hill Cemetery, Millersburg, Dauphin County.   Found in cemetery list as Civil War veteran.

[CW#K180] Jacob Koppenhaver Jr. (1825-1887) ——–  ?  30th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company E, ? (MI ? – MO ?). ? 1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery, Company B, ? (MI ? – MO ?).   NARA M554-R21 (Copenhaver-30th Pennsylvania Infantry).  NARA M554-R23 (Copenhaver-1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery).  Married: Catherine Lettich.   Buried:  St. Matthew (Coleman’s) Cemetery, Lykens Township, Dauphin County.   Possibly not a Civil War vet.  AKA:  Copenhaver.

[CW#K182.5] Peter Koppenhaver (1847-xxxx) ——– 36th Pennsylvania Infantry (Emergency of 1863), Company C, Private (MI 4 Jul 1863 – MO 11 Aug 1863).  Married:  m. Susan ?   Possibly the stone mason who lived in Millersburg in 1880.    AKA:  Koppenheffer.

[CW#K183] Samuel Koppenhaver (1844-xxxx) ——–  130th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company H, Private (MI 12 Aug 1862 – MO 21 May 1863).  NARA M554-R67.  Married:  Amanda ?  Possibly the same person as the one who served in the 46th Pennsyvlania Infantry.   AKA:  Kopenhaver, Kopenhower, Koppenhefer and Copenhaver.

[CW#K184] James M. Koppenheffer (1844-1915) ——–  210th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company I, Private (MI 14 Sep 1864 – MO 30 May 1865).  NARA M554-R67.   Married:  Abby Jane ?   Received aPeddler’s License, 30 May 1900.                AKA:  J. M.

[CW#K185] James P. Koppenheffer (18xx-xxxx) ——– 210th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company A, Private (MI 6 Sep 1864 – MO 30 May 1865).  NARA M554-R67.  Residence in 1890:  Halifax Township.   “J.M.” in same rerigment with different muster dates.  AKA:  Koppensheffer and Koppenhaver.

[CW#K186] John Koppenheffer (1837-1910) ——- 192nd PennsylvaniaInfantry, Company H, Private (MI 20 Feb 1865 – MO 24 Aug 1865).   NARA M554-R67.  Redidence in 1890:  Malta, Northumberland County.   Married: Hannah ?       St. Luke’s Parish Church, Malta, Northumberland County.   Named in Klingerstown Bicentennial Book as a Civil War vet.

[CW#K189.2] Christian Kramer (18xx-xxxx) —— 18th Pennsylvania Infantry (Emergency of 1862), Company B, ? (MI ? – MO ?).  Found in Trevorton Civil War veterans’ list, p. 53.

[CW#K189.4] Frederick Kramer (18xx-xxxx) ——– 18th Pennsylvania Infantry (Emergency of 1862), Company B, ? (MI ? – MO ?).    Found in Trevorton Civil War veterans’ list, p. 53.

[CW#K189.6] George Kramer (18xx-xxxx) ——– 18th Pennsylvania Infantry (Emergency of 1862), Company B, ? (MI ? – MO ?).  8th PA Infantry, Company A, ? (MI ? – MO ?).    Found in Trevorton Civil War veterans’ list, p. 53.

[CW#K189.8] Jacob Kramer (18xx-xxxx) ——–18th Pennsylvania Infantry (Emergency of 1862), Company B, ? (MI ? – MO ?).   Found in Trevorton Civil War veterans’ list, p. 53.

[CW#K190] Joel Kramer (1839-xxxx) ——- 50th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company A, Private (MI 9 Sep 1861 – MO 30 Jul 1865).    NARA M554-R67.  Enrolled:  Hegins.  MI:  Harrisburg.  Re-Enlisted Blaine’s Crossroads, Tennessee, 1 Jan 1864.  Married:  Catherine ?   Occupation:  Blacksmith.  Residence:  Hegins.   AKA:  Kremer.

[CW#K190.5] John Kramer (18xx-xxxx) ——–  184th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company H, ?   Found in Trevorton Civil War veterans’ list, p. 53.

[CW#K191] Jonas W. Kramer (1837-1863) ——– 50th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company C, Private, Corporal (MI9 Sep 1861 – Discharged date unknown).   NARA M554-R67.  Enrolled:  Schuylkill Haven, Schuylkill County.  Wounded at Bull Run, date not stated.  Promoted to Corporal before discharge. Discharged for wounds received in action.  Death recorded in Philadelphia records.  Buried:  Glenwood Cemetery (defunct), Ridge Ave. & 27th Streets., Philadelphia.   Residence:  Schuylkill Haven, Schuylkill County.  Occupation:  Shoemaker.     AKA:  Kraner, Cramer, and Krimer.

[CW#K194] Andrew J. Krebs (1833-1874) ——- 50th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company C, Private (MI 6 Apr 1865 – MO 30 Jul 1865).  Capt. T. Richard’s Independent Cavalry, Company A, Private (MI 2 Jul 1863 -MO 21 Aug 1863).      NARA M554-R67.   Enrolled: Pottsville.  MI: Pottsville.  Buried:  Union Cemetery, Schuylkill Haven, Schuylkill County.    Occupation: Teamster.  Residence: Schuylkill County.

[CW#K200.5] John Kreitzer (1833-xxxx) ——- 210th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company H, Private (MI 14 Sep 1864 – Deserted 14 Sep 1864).  Enrolled: Harrisburg.  MI: Camp Curtin.

[CW#K206.3] William J. Kuhns Sr. (18xx-xxxx) ——–      Unknown.   Found in Trevorton Civil War veterans’ list, p. 53.

[CW#K206.5] George Kunkel (1855-xxxx) ——–   Not a Civil War veteran.   Married:  Mae Minster.     Found in Commemorative Biographical Encyclopedia of Dauphin County, p. 444 (portrait, p. 503).  Politician:  Member of Pennsyvlania State Legislature (House).

[CW#K208] Josiah Kuntzelman (1827-1864) ——–  188th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company C, Private (MI 25 Feb 1864 – MO 14 Dec 1865).  3rd Pennsylvania Artillery (Heavy), ? ? (MI ? – MO ? ).   NARA M554-R67.  Enrolled: Millersburg.  MI: Hollidaysburg, Pennsyvlania.  Died in Andersonville as Prisoner of War (POW).  Wounded at Cold Harbor, 3 Jun 1864, absent in hospital at MO.  Confusing information.  “Wounded and carried off field, supposed to be dead.”  “Died in the Army.”  Born: Dauphin County.  Married: Sarah A. Miller.  Brother of Amos Kuntzelman who served in Civil War.  Occupation: Farmer.  Found in Commemorative Biographical Encyclopedia of Dauphin County,  p. 1170.

 


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