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Indiana County, Pennsylvania

Indiana Democrat - July 17, 1862

List of Killed and Wounded in the

105th Pa. Regiment

Company A,

Killed- D Zimmers John G Depp Wounded-- Lieut. W J Clyde J M Clyde,* Geo Rhodes Wm Sunderland S P Frampton Saml McHenry D Logan William Campbell, C Brilhart.

Company B.

Killed-- Coursin Miller Wm Rees Wounded- G W Saxton Fred Jackson S C Stormer John Taylor G W Smith Missing- Ed Reigle J Siverling M G Devallance.

Company C.

Killed- G W Gorenham Wounded-- Hipple C R McFadden Jas Maloy Geo Bennett Jere Rhodes O.N. Powell Missing- And Harly James Speers David Potter Irvine Crick.

Company E.

Wounded- Alex McClintic„ James Campbell J G Geiger L G Dunn B L Warner Jacob Bruner G C Patterson, Missing- J Frichman J M Dinsmore.

Company F.

Killed- Privates Ensinger and Wheeler Wounded- David Simpson John Cupler G W Hollowell John Fulmer. Missing- Joseph White Robt McMannis.

Company G.

Wounded- Lieut Harvey McAnninch Sergts A Hime J Freas --- Lucas, John Startzell Joseph Reed Jas Millen Jacob Campbell Isaac Reitz F P Hettrick I Shrauger Jno Snyder W A Hadden Geo Geist Mortally and missing; Perry Arink Missing- David Snowdon Henry Fike; David Harp.

Company H.

Killed- Geo A Clark: Wounded - Jas Buchanan Wm McKain Missing- Ebenezer Daily.

Company I

Killed - David Mottern. Wounded- H J Hawthorn Levi Knight Henry Hoy Ed Black Missing- Sergeant J A McGiffin Corporal Sartwell John Blosse.

Company K

Corporal Milton Adair John Good Sergt McHenry - Felger wounded. *Dead;

Maj. Dick, Capt John Hastings and Lieut C E Patton, all sick have been sent to Washington City: Col McKnight is also sick; and Rev D S Steadman,the Chaplain has resigned on account of ill health: The Regiment is very much cut up. Civil War Databases

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