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128th Pennsylvania Infantry      
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Samuel Croasdale - Colonel   
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Contact Name:  Paula Gidjunis
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Date Added:  8/19/2004
Company Unknown
George Storck (Storch) - Private   
George Storck (also spelled Storch) from Tamaqua, Pa is supposed to have taken the place of a local squire's son. The squire having paid the $300 to the government. To my knowledge Storck marched with the 128th to Gettysburg. He is listed on the Pennsylvania Monument at Gettysburg. He was my Great,Great Grandfather on my father's side. His daughter, Elizabeth (Storck) married my GG Grandfather Daniel Springer. Daniel was born to William Springer at Tamaqua in 1870.
Contact Name:  Bart Springer
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Date Added:  2/14/2008
Company B
Francis Roberson Swallow - Other   
Francis (Frank) was a drummer boy with the regiment. He was 15 years old at the time.
Contact Name:  Allen Stretton
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Date Added:  1/14/2011
Company B
William Tarbet - Private   
William Tarbit (Tarbet) joined the 128th on 8/14/1862 along with his brother in law (wife's brother) Samuel B. Parker. William was assigned to Company B Samuel was assigned to Company G. William was about 29 years old when he enlisted he was my 2nd Gt. Grandfather their Regiment fought in the morning fighting in the Cornfield on the D. R. Miller farm at Antietam in Sharpsburg, Md. The Regiment had been shot to pieces that morning their losses being about 34 KIA and 85 WIA. One of William Tarbit's daughters by the name of Elizabeth married Frank L. Webster and their 3rd son Ralph Jay Webster was my Grandfather. William Tarbit died in 1895 in Reading, Berks Co., Pa. and is buried there in the Charles Evans Cemetery under the name William Tarbet. William had brought a pair of binoculars home with him that he had picked up during the battle and they have been passed down through our family.

Contact Name:  Tom Cook
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Date Added:  11/28/2020
Company C
Frederick Crouse - Private   
My Great Grandfather was wounded at Antietam. The ball passed through his shoulder and killed his brother-in-law John Kerbaugh. They are both buried in Rieglesville, PA.
Contact Name:  Jason Dunlop
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Date Added:  4/12/2008
Company K
Danial Owens - Private   
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Contact Name:  Thomas LaPierre
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Date Added:  8/26/2012
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