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One Hundred and Forty-eighth Regiment, Company D

148th Regiment
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Recruited in Aaronsburg in eastern Centre Co. and from Pine Grove in the western part of Centre County, Pennsylvania

148th PA Regiment Co. D


Captain Andrew Musser
Captain Alfred A. Rhinehart
First Lieut. J. E. Thomas
First Lieut. Israel F. Musser
First Lieut. John A. Burchfield
Second Lieut. Lewis C. Edmonds
Second Lieut. William Gemmill
Second Lieut. Luther D. Kurtz
First Sergeant John J. Fleming
Sergeant William D. Ross
Sergeant S. P. Lansberry
Sergeant Henry C. Campbell
Sergeant Allen B. Cross
Sergeant George M. Boal
Quartermaster Sergeant Samuel D. Musser
Sergeant John C. Bathgate
Sergeant Samuel Harshberger
Corporal William P. Holloway
Corporal David L. Kerr
Corporal John H. Odenkirk
Corporal John C Rote
Corporal Charles F. Speaker
Corporal Simon Venada
Corporal William Bickford
Corporal Jacob Cory
Corporal Charles F. Hohnbon
Corporal James Osman
Corporal George W. Seal
Teamster Jacob Koch
Musician Franklin Mattern
William Bible
William Weaver
John B. Holloway

Privates

George W. Allen
David Acker
Seth Andrew
James Alvord
James Abott
Robert G. Bullock
Michael Bowers
Nathaniel Brown
Jacob Brubaker
Michael Bumbaugh
Benjamin Bloom
Archibald M. Bell
George W. Bohn
Cyrus Brubaker
George Byams
Sylvester Burdic
William A. Carter
Peter L. Carbough
Philo Close
Able Close
Henry Confare
James J. Dresher
Samuel  B. Dennis
Leonard Divelbiss
Jacob Divelbiss
Thomas R. Davis
Lewis H. Davidson
Franklin Durst
John Durst
Jacob Dunkle
David Etters
Joseph L. Evans
Washington D. Eddy
Oliver W. Elliott
John H. Fortney
Jacob A. Fisher
David F.Fortney
Charles A. Fisher
Emanuel Fox
Alfred W. Fraser
Henry Grim
Jeremiah Garis
William Gable
David Harshberger
William F. Heberling
Jacob Harner
Charles Hart
M. V. Huffmaster
Daniel H. Harter
Israel Hoover
Samuel Holloway
Abram Hull
William Himes
Daniel Holloway
Palsor F. Imboden
John L. Kreamer
John M. Keplers
William B. Krape
David S. Keys
William Knarr
Esic Kern
James A. Kooney
John Kane
Tasker K. Koch
Jacob G. Kane
Franklin Koch
George Leitzel
Emanuel Leitzel
Jacob Leitzel
Samuel Leitzel
Henry Long
William Long
Jacob L. Lynn
David L. Miller
Daniel Miller
Jacob Marshal
Leonard Messimer
John A. Murphy
David Moore
Adam G. Myers
Henry V. McAllister
Adam Nearhood
Daniel Osman
John Pugh
Samuel L. Potter
George W. Palsgrove
Alfred A. Rankin
George M. Reeser
John C. Refsnyder
Charles D. Runkle
William A. Reed
John Reed
Charles A. Ramsey
Jacob Reeser
John Y. Stover
Thaddeus D. Stover
John J. Stover
Cornelius Stover
George Shepard
Jacob Staer
Joseph Shiery
Simon Shuman
Charles J. Smith
Jacob Stull
George Sweeny
Joseph Shirk
Peter Swisher
William Suttle
Oliver E. Sherman
William B. Smith
Samuel Shannon
Henry Stayman
Joseph Vansickle
David H. Weaver
Henry H. Weaver
David H. Wance
David N. Wolf
George E. Williams
Jonathan E. Wolf
Solomon Winkleblech
David H. Young


Contributed by Dave Stover, Great grandson of David Stover, Company G, 148th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Any inquiries from individual genealogists or researchers are welcome.
Source: The Story of Our Regiment, A History of The 148th Pennsylvania Volunteers. Written by the Comrades; Edited by Adjt. J. W. Muffly; published by The Kenyon Printing and Mfg. Company, Des Moines, Iowa. 1904.


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