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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Philadelphia Inquirer - June 23, 1864




183rd Regiment List of Killed and Wounded




The following is a list of the killed, wounded and missing of the One hundred and eighty third Pennsylvania 183rd Regiment (Fourth Union League), up to the 5th of the present month:

Company A


Killed:
Lieutenant
James M. Ottinger
Privates
Benjamin H. Mills
Lewis Walton
James Doake

Wounded:
Captain
George T. Egbert, arm
Corporals:
Charles H. Rhoads, hand
William McCaulley, hand
Privates:
Edward Andrews
William Bailey, leg
Peter Boyle, hand
Charles Birney, foot
David Champion, arm amputated
Orlando Fowler, hand
George W. Hess, leg
Samuel Hendricks, hand
Harris Loude, leg
John McGurbe
Thomas McCoombe, head
Charles Port, foot
Frank Rodgers
John J. Sharpe

Missing
Sergeant
Bernard Hammil,
Corporal
Edward Rowe
William McNabb,
Privates
John Curran
Edward Fields
George W. Fraley,
Joseph Keegan
Dennis Lyons,
John Labbrea,
George S. Neill
William Pemberton
Michael Snyder

Company B


Killed
Sergeant
William W. Weeks
Corporal
Abraham Thorn
Wounded
Corporal
Peter Miller
Privates
George W. Vanderslice
James Burke
Alfred Farrington
Jackson Freas
William H. Hubart
Jacob Hastin
James M. Humphries
Thomas Kelley
Francis J. Lamb
Albert Miller
John E. Riday
John Walls
Missing
Samuel B. Thomas
Leopold Bremm

Company C


Killed
Privates
George Farrell
Thomas A. More
William Gray
William Rudloft
William Davison

Wounded
First Lieutenant
Benjamin B. Lathbury
Sergeant
William Jones
Corporal
John Murphy
Privates
Edward W. Hawk
Samuel Clark
Samuel George
Charles W. Crouse
Daniel Davlin
David B. Given
Samuel McLauglin
William Bovell
Charles Bender
Charles W. Riggs
Patrick Dougherty
Benjamin F. Hedricks
jacob Marshall
Samuel C. Myers,
John Sample,
Dalvin Dickerson
William S. Young

Missing
Sergeant
Benjamin F. Jones
Corporal
James McFarland
Andrew Love
Privates
Alexander Faith
Arthur Fury
James Kane

Company D


Killed
Privates
John Langan
Samuel Schank
Gustave Kunkel
William Clovercamp
Benjamin H. Mills

Wounded
First Lieutenant
Theo. G Koroney, foot
First Sergeant
Michael Hartnell, leg
Sergeant
William Pierce, leg
Hugh H. Smith, Wounded and prisoner
Corporal
Kibler,
Larkins,
Ford and
Weber
Privates
Anderson,
Barnett,
Renze (Supposed Mortally)
Philip Smith
Stute,
Hoffman,

Parker, Oaks
Duttonfield,
Stratton,
Quiqley,
Nott (slight),
Hixon, cook
Tomlin,
Kelley,
Adams,
Goldsmith

Missing
Privates
Merriam,
Bachr,
Lindsay,
Taylor,
Steiner,
Kiloffer

Company E


Wounded
Captain
Griffith
1st Sergeant
D. H. Daldron
Corporal
M. Stroclin
T. Gormorn
H. Gier
J. Hoft
R Pond
Privates
Maxwell R. Porter
D. Frew
J. Ford
M. Ihern
J. Ellinger
T. Clure
D. Gaffney
D. Nesbitt
D. Loughlin
McMillin
J. Smith
J. Spence
J. Dougherty

Missing
2nd Lieutenant
Crawfore
Corporal
C. Townsend
J. Doyle

Company F


Killed
Privates
Alexander Barr
Stanley T. Lewis,
James Condon
Samuel Hay
Timothy Matlack
James Porter
Samuel Lord, Wounded May 12, died May 24.

Wounded
Sergeants
C. F. Fouladoux
William Edgar
John A. Porter
John J. Weiser
Corporals
George A. Paine
Enos W. Ross
William J. Edwards
William Wilson
Privates
James A. Burns
William P. Carman
Joseph Eckstine
Isaac Elliott
Alfred Hicks
John Hesson
Charles B. Jackson
Jesse Keyser
Patrick McDermitt
Elias Y. Rodgers
James Robinson
Albert Schedler
Thomas Lynch

Missing
Privates
Charles E. Benkey
John Branigan
Charles A. Bargar
Samuel Brockway
John George

Company G


Killed
Corporal
William H. Fredricks
Wounded
Corporal
John A. Farrell
John Gretzinger
Abram Wilson
Privates
S. J. Comfort
George Dickel
John H. Givvins
Andrew Smith
Conrad Ropple
Edwin H. Brooker
John Hensler
Frederick Hoenniger
Adam Clouser
Peter Grat
Thomas Kelly
James Hunt
Conrad Josephs

Missing
Sergeant Jospeph Clark
Privates
George Bain
William W. Kay
Patick Kehs
John Connelly
Josphy McNulty
Charles Easterday
John H. Page
Edmund Lippincott
John Morris
William H. Fisher
Geroge H. Conyers
Joseph O'Neill
Martin C. Woodward

Company H


Killed
Andrew Glass
Wounded
Captain
John Digman

Lieutenant
Frank Eliot
Orderly Sergeant
James B. Conroy
Corporals
Samuel M. Cague
William Banheld
Jacob Young
George W. Smith
Privates
John Alexander
George App
Sampson Campbell
John Carry
Joseph Dulin
Edwar J. Edlin
John Hughes
David Myers
Thomas Kane
Stephen Landes
Albert Palmer
William Winchester
Edward Ottendorf

There is a large number Missing in this Company.

Company I


Killed
Corporal
C. W. Jenkins
Private
B. W. Thompson

Wounded
Sergeants
H. Pedrick
Corporals
G. W. App
J. Bannar
Privates
C. A. Bond
L. Duffield
J. Dever
J. Sharp
A. J. Stewart
D. Sink
T. Peterson
Fl Hippert
H. Durr
F. Browning
B. F. Simons
R. Hotz

Missing
Corporal
J. C. Rogers
Privates
D. Bolin
C. L. Holmes
J. Lewis

Company K


Killed
Captain
J. H. Hutt
Second Sergeant
William H. Cop
Private
J.H. Hover
Wounded
First Lieutenent
George J. Graham
Second Lieutenant
George H. Bartram
First Sergeant
William K. Peterman
Fourth Sergeant
James Park
Corporal
William Inewichter
H. Altevogt
William Warnic
E. Mills
B. Barker
William Quicket
Privates
J. Brown
T. Burges
C. Blackshire
T. Barret
G. Fritzinger
J. Long
P. McCanna
J. Richard
J. Stewart
T. Shuttleworth
J. Smith
J. White
J. Young

Missing
J. Creswell
H. Jackson
William Kendell
A. T. Mitchell
J. McKeninay
W. Hoot














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