German Volunteers

Marker is in Tybee Island, Georgia, on Islands Parkway (U.S. 80), at the main sallyport for Fort Pulaski.

Membership Roll
of the
Officers and Privates
of the
German Volunteers
organized in 1845
who left Savannah
on board the Steam Tug Sampson on Wednesday
the 24th of January 1861, to garrison
Fort Pulaski

John H. Stegin, Captain

Anthony Basler, 1st Lieut.
Chas. A.H. Umbach, Ensign
A. Scheideman, 2nd Sergt.
J. Johnson 4th Sergt.
F. Meinieke, 2nd Corpl.
C.H. Muller, 4th Corpl.

Claus Werner.2nd Lieut.
George L. Lang, Orderly Sergt.
J. Asendorf, 3rd Sergt.
A. Thieme, 1st Corpl.
D. Draun, 3rd Corpl.
Henry Blun, Quartermaster

PRIVATES

H. Beenken
F. Hanson
H. Roggentin
V. Bassler
J. Herschbach
J. E. Rutzler
G. Beinkampen
J. Kaiser
H. Rockenor
C. Borger
F. Kuck
D. Roos
N. B. Borchers
T. Kohlmann
H. Sulter
J. Dressler
J. Lenzer
G. Stegmeyer
G. Drudeke
J. Lorch
V. Schnell
C. Ehrlers

F. Lachler
A. Stiefvater
J. Fleck J. Mehrtens
J. Schwarz
W. Frank
C. Merken
C. Weigand
W. Fischer
J. H. Mehrtens
N. Wolf
C. Hartman
E.D. Meyer
G. Wittschen
H. Henges
J.R. Meyer
G. Wellbrook
M. Helmken
T. Miller
J. Warch
F. Henes
G. Morris
J. Westing
J.Prusch