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One Hundred and Forty-fifth Regiment, Company C

145th Regiment
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Recruited in Erie, Pennsylvania

145th PA Regiment Co. C



Company Officers 
Captain George T. Jewett 
1st. Lieut. Melvin H. Bemis 
2nd. Lieut. Albert Rathbone 



Sergeants 

                              
1st. R. W. Riddell                                   
John M. Fargo                                          
Ransaeler Tuttle                                  
Henry M. Pratt                          
Wilber Eaton                              



Corporal

 
William Addison
John C. Pool 
Eugene B. Stafford
Alfred A. Coldwell 
Paul H. Gough 
Alfred Bucklin 
George W. Salmon 
Charles W. Burdick 



Muscians 

                                        
Joel R. Green 
Jeremiah S. Sanborn   



Field and Staff OfficersColonel, H. L. Brown 
Lieut. Col. D. B. McCreary 
Major C.M. Lynch 
Surgeon G. L. Potter 
Adjutant J.D. Black 
Q. M. J. G. Payne 
Ass't. Surgeon J. S. Whilden 
2nd. Ass't. Surgeon Richards 



Privates Babcock Phineas                                       
Babcock Ithemore                                         
Barron Francis H.                                     
Baybrook Corodin W.                                  
Bingham Franklin                                              
Blakely Nelson                                      
Blackford Charles                                                
Brothers John                                               
Bumpus Henry E.                                              
Coburn Charles                                         
Coon John                                         
Coony David E.                                            
Crawford Jacob J.                                          
Cushing Hugh                                              
Downs William A.                                        
Foster Flijah                                     
Fisk William                                    
Fogle Jacob                                    
Gifford Jonas A.                               
Gifford Franklin                                 
Gillman William
Hall Calvin A.
Hartley Eustice
Havlin John P.
Jois Henry 
Johnson Daniel M.
Mann Ira 
Mannis James
Martin Paul
McGlinn Thomas
Melhinsh John W.
Miller Frank 
Mooney Hugh
Morse Henry G.
Pellor James H.
Powers Clark
Putnam John H. 
Raymond Charles 
Ross Bryon C.
Smith Joseph A.
Strong John C.
Sharp Amos
Selentin Mortz
Stover Jesse
Shilling Joseph
Smith John B.
Smith Anthony
Swain Oliver 
Tice Theophilus
Urch George W.
Vancuren Edward
WILKINSON ABEL 
Williams George
Wild Henry T.
Whitten Robert 

Recruits

                                                   
Allen Charles
Borlen John                          
Boyle John
Clair George                              
Connor Thomas                         
Dailey Eber                           
Eichberg Otto
Gross Gotleib
Hall Albert                    
Hart Thomas
Iowd Peter                           
Krouse Charles                
Ketzer William
Leerst Francis                
Loyle John 
McGee William                                                          
                                                            
                                                            
Deaths

                                                            
Leiut. E. A. Parker    Nov. 23, 1862
Milton Ward  Oct. 2, 1862  
Lambertine G. Loomis Nov. 3, 1862 
Bryon E. Pierce  of wounds Dec. 13 1862
Ira Fargo  of wounds Dec. 13 1862
John Combs of wounds Dec. 13 1862 
Samuel Northrup of wounds Dec. 13 1862
Silas H. Wakely of wounds Dec 13 1862 
Franklin Wood Dec. 19, 1862 
Ithermore Stone Dec. 26, 1862
James Southarp Dec. 27, 1862
Salmon Thomas June 2,1863
Sergeant James Cochran of wounds July 2 1863 
James Spencer of wounds July 2 1863 
William W. Brown  Aug. 31, 1863 
Ordando R. Franklin Jan. 13, 1863 This document was put together February , 15th  1864 

This outfit was organized August 5th 1862 in North East, Erie County, Pa. 

These boys were mustered in to the ( as the document says ) United States Service 
August 26th 1862  at Camp Russell, Erie County , Pa. 

The engagements

 they served in through 2/15/64 included: 
ANTIETAM MD. SEPT.17,1862 
FREDRICKSBURG VA. DEC. 12 THROUGH 15  1862 
CHANCELLORSVILLE VA. MAY 1 THROUGH 5 1863 
GETTYSBURG PA. JULY 2,3, AND 4 1863 
AUBURN HILL VA. 
BRISTOE STATION VA. 
MINE RUN VA. 
NOV. 27 THROUGH DEC. 2 1863. 

Submitted by the great great grandson of Abel Wilkinson. 

Dale Wilkinson 





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