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SUSSEX AND WARREN COUNTIES, NEW JERSEY.



years; must, out July 24, 1865; recruit; re-enl. March 12, 1S04 ;

corporal Jan. 1, 1865.
Belcher, Peter (Hamburg), bugler; must, in Oct. 6, 1SG1, for three years;

must, out Oct. 10, 1804..
McPeek, Isaac, farrier; must, in Oct. 6, 1SG1, for three years; must, out

July 24, 1806 ; re-enl. Jan. 1, 1864 ; farrier Jan. 1, 1864.
"Williams, Charles, saddler; must, in Feb. 9, 1804 ; recruit ; trans, to Vet.

Res. Corps Sept. 20, 1864; disch. thence July 11, 1865; trans, from

Co. F; saddler July, 1804.
Dolan, Peter (Franklin), blacksmith; must, in Oct. 6, 1801, for three

years; must, out Oct. 10, 1804.
Anderson, Hubert J., blacksmith ; must, iu Oct. IS, 1801, for three years;

disch. Nov. 17, 1802, disability.

Bateumn, William T. (Franklin), must, in Sept. 3, 1863, for three years;

must, out July 24, 1805 ; recruit.
Berrigan, William (Franklin), must, in Oct. 6, 1861, for three years;

must, out July 24, 1S05 ; re-enl. Jan. 1, 1864.
Boyd, Thomas, must, in Oct. 0, 1801, for 'three years ; must, out July 24,

1805; recruit.
Brunei', David, must, in Dec. 22, 1863, for three years ; must, out July

24, 1805 ; recruit.
Buriiham, Charles W., must, iu Dec. 31, 180:1, for three years ; must, out

July 24, 1805.
Breunan, Patrick, must, iu Oct. 4, 1802, for three years; recruit; trans.

to Co. H ; uiust. out July 24, 1S65.
Bloom, August (Vernon), must, iu Sept. 18, 1863, for three years; re-
cruit ; killed in action at Mountain Bun, Va., Nov. 27, 1803 ; trans.

from Co. E.
Campbell, James, must, iu Oct. 10, 1801, for three j ears ; must, out July

24, 1805; re-enl. Jan. 1, 1804.
Cassidy, Terrence, must, iu Feb. 4, 1864, for three years ; must, out July

24, 1S65.
Goukliu, John L., must, in Jan. 5, 1S04, fur three years ; must, out July

24, 1865.
Coyle, Thomas, must, in Sept. 1, 1803, for three years; must, out Jan. 29,

1865.
Decker, Samuel, must, in Oct. 10, 1801, for three years; must, out July

24, 1865.
Delaney, Patrick, must, iu Feb. 4, 1864, for three years; must, out July

24, 1865 ; recruit; trans, from Co. D.
Doyle, James, must iu Aug. 11, 1864, for one year; must, out June 12,

1865.
Drew, Jacob M. (Vernon), must, iu Oct. 7, 1861, for three years ; must, out

Oct. 10, 1864.
Dm ling, Robert S. (Sparta), must, in Sept. 5, 1864. for one year ; recruit ;

trans, to Co. A ; disch. at general hospital, Newark, N. J., May 3, 1865
Earl, William, must, in Sept. 6, 1864, for one yeur; must, out May 31,

1805; recruit; regularly disch. at camp near Cloud's Mills, Va., May

8, 1865.
Kverman, Daniel (Franklin), must, iu Oct. 10, 1801, for three years; must.

out July 24, 1865; re-enl. Jan. 1, 1804; returned from Co. K, Fif-
teenth Regiment, Sept. 16,1802.
Everman, William (Franklin), must, ill Oct. 10, 1801, for three years;

disch. at Alexandria, Va., Jan. 15, 1802, disability.
Emmons, David II., must, in Sept. 5, 1804, for one year; recruit; trans.

to Co. F; must, out May 25, 1805.
Everman, James (Hamburg), must, in Oct. 9, 1801 : died of chronic diar-
rhoea at Hamburg, N. J., Jan. 8, 1865 ; re-enl.
Edsall, Benjamin H. (llardystun), must, in Oct. 23, 1861, for three years ;

corporal Oct. 23, 1861 ; private Feb. 9, 1802.
Fitzgibhons, Robert J , must, in Aug. 28, 1808, for three years.
Gunii, Wilson C, must, iu Feb. 27, 1864, for three years; must, out July

24,1805; recruit.
Oiover, Edward (Auduver), must, in Sept. 5, 1864, for one year; recruit ;

trans, to Co. F; must, out May 25, 1865.
Iloppuugh, Horace, must, in Oct. 6, 1861, for three years ; must, out Oct.

10, 1864.
Uornbeck, Aaron J. (Montague), must, ill Feb. 29, 1864, for three years;

must, out July 24, 1865; recruit.
Horiibecli, George W. (Montague), must, iu Feb. 29, 1804, for three years ;

must, out July 24, 1865 ; recruit.
Holmes, Charles (Sparta), must, in Sept. 0, 1861, for three years; must.

out Oct. HI, 1864.
Hawk, Asa, must. in Feb. 20, 1801, for throe years; recruit; trans, to Co.



E; died July 2, 1S64, of wounds received in aclion at Todd's Tavern,

Va.; buried at National Cemetery, Alexandria, Va , Grave 2289.
Horubeck, Alexander (Montague), must, in Sept. 5, 1864, for one year;

recruit ; trans, to Co. A ; must, out May 31, 1865.
Howell, David W. (Lafayette), must, in Sept. 5, 1864, for one year; re-
cruit; trans, to Co. A ; must, out May 31, 1805.
Iugersoll, James W , must, in Sept. 5, 1864, for one year; recruit ; trans.

to Co. A ; must, out May 31, 1805.
Kitlicart, Benjamin (Swartswood). must, in Oct. 0, 1861, for three years;

regularly disch. Oct. 13, 1862, disability ; corporal Oct. 4, 1861 ; private.
Lott, David, must, iu Oct 6, 1801, for three years; regularly disch. at

general hospital, Newark, N. J., May 15, 1862, disability.
Lemon, Joseph F. (Stillwater), must iu Feb. 29, 1804, for three years ; re-
cruit; trans, to Co. F; must, out July 24, 1805.
Murray, James, must, iu Sept. 20, 1801, for one year; recruit; trans, to

Co. A; must, out May 31, 1865
Murray, Thomas, must, in Aug. 22, 1864, for three years ; recruit ; trans.

to Co. E ; recruit ; must, out July 24, 1865.
Pulley, Sydney (Hardystuu), must, in Dec. 29, 1863, for three years ; must.

out July 6, 1805 ; recruit.
Parlinient, John (Franklin), must, iu Oct. 9, 1801, for three years : disch.

at general hospital, Washington, D. C., Oct. 18, 1862, disability.
Reed, Wintield S. (Sparta), must, iu Sept. 6, 1804, for one year; must, out

May 31, 1806 ; recruit.
Rosenernutz, Joseph (Hamburg) must, iu Oct. 10, 1861, for three years ;

must, out Oct. 10, 1864.
Severeool, Nathan A. (Stillwater), must, in Aug. 11, 1804, for one year ;

must, out May 31, 1805; recruit; trans. from Co. A.
Snover, Sydney V., must, iu Aug. 1 1, 1804, for one year ; must, out May

31, 1865; recruit; trans, from Co. A.
Straway, Henry, must, in Oct. 6, 1861, for three years ; must, out Oct. 10,

1804.
Shuler, Andrew J., must, in Oct. 8, 1801, for three years ; disch. at

general hospital, Philadelphia, Pa., April 21, 1802. disability.
Savercool, Robert (Stillwater), must, in Sept. 5, 1«64, for one year; re-
cruit; trans, to Co. A; must, out May 31, 1805.
Tillman, Edward S. (Wantage), must, iu Dec. 31, 1863, for three years;

must, out June 28, 1805 ; recruit.
Tracy, Edward S , must, in Sept J, 1801, for three years; must, out July

24, 1805 ; recruit.
Thorpe, Frederick (Newton), must, ill Oct. 0, 1801, for three years; re-
cruit.
Ward, Daniel (Newton), must, in Sept. 5, 1864, for one year; recruit;

trans, to Co. A; died of heart disease at camp near Boydton Plank

Road, Va., Oct. 18, 1804; buried at Poplar Grove National Cemetery,

Ail, Division A, Section F, Grave 15.
Winterinute, Ezra D., must, in Oct. 6, 1861, for three years; mast, out

Oct. 10, 1804.

CO. F, SECOND CAVALRY.
Thornton, George (Deckertown), must, iu Sept. 0, 1804, for one year;

must, out June 29, 1805 ; recruit; disch. at Memphis, Tenn., May 3,

1805.

CO. G, SECOND CAVALRY.
Coursen, Samuel .1. (Frankford), must, in Sept. 14, 1804, for one year;

must, out June 29, 1865.
Merilug, Francis (Walpack), must, in Sept. 6, 1804, for one year; must.

out June 9, 1805; recruit; regularly disch. May 12, 1805.
Rutaii, Hudson (Hamburg), must, in Sept. 6, 1864, for one year; must, out

Juno 29, 1865; recruit; legiilnrly disch. at Vicksburg, Miss., May 8,

1865.
Smith, Nelson C. (Wykertowu), must, in Sept. 0, 1864, for one year; must.

out June 20, 1865; recruit; regularly disch. at Vicksburg, Miss., May

8, 1865.

CO. B, THIRD CAVALRY.
Cuult, Isaac (Sandyston), first sergeant; must, in Jan. 29, 1804, for three

years; must, out Aug.. 29, 1866; corporal Jan. 5, 1864; first sergeant

Aug. 1,1864.
Gordon, John A. (Newton), corporal ; must, in Jan. 24, 1864, for throe

years; must, out Aug. 0, 1805; farrier Jan. 13, 1864; corporal March

1, 1805.

Privates.
lllanchard, Bradner (Newton), must, in Jan. 29, 1864, for three years;

must, out Aug. 1, 1865.
Emory, William, must. In Sept. 28, 1864, for one year; recruit ; trans, to

Co. E; final record unknown.



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F'.\, William (Kewton), nrast in Jan. 29, 1804, for Ifaree years; mail out

Aug. I. I-'. .

Grey, William Newt , must, in Jan. 29, 1804, foi n yean

ward ■' ■ 7, I SOfi

McGnlgan, Thomns (Newton), must in Aug. 31, 1804; recruit; tram, to

Oo, IS; must out Juno 15,1865; recruit; regularly ,h-> li. nl camp

i r CI I'l Mills, Ve , April 28, 1806; died in Newton.

Bliluer, Roliert T. I Newton), musk In Jen. 20, 1804, for three years; must.

out Aug. i I
Blmpt William H. (Newton), must. In Feb. 10, 1804, f..r three years;

must, out Auk. 1, 18W; corporal Feb, 1". 1804; private Jan

I | in lovi must, in .inn. 29, 1804, i"i' Hires years;

null .mi Aug. 1. 1805.
Btrublc, Peter M. (Bulevllle), mnst in Jan. 29, 1804, foi Him
lownsend, John .1., Jr. (Fiction), must in Jau, 29, 1804, for three years;

must, out Aug. 8, 1805 ; regularly dlsch. at Treutou, Julj S,18l



Battln, .'



lul II II I BATTEllY, LIGHT ARTILLERY.

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Mls< -LI.I.AM nl s NEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA REGI-
MENTS.
Belt*, Willi 0. (Sparta), Oo. A, Forty-eighth Regiment Pennsylvania

Voluul
Blanchard, Bamuel S. I Lafayette), Co. E, Fifty-eighth Regiment Peuusj I-

vuniu Volunteers.
Bubcock, Niiii.un (Franklin), Co. B, One Hundred and Twenty-fourth

i. i New ^ irk Volunteers.

Buchanan, William II. I .Heckertuwn) , Co. I, One Hundred uii.l Twelltll

New Y,,ik Volunteers.
Bee i.. I. .In. (Wantage), Co.— .Eighty-ninth Regiment Now York Vol-
unteers; iini-i in 1801 for three years; died May 211, 1802,
Clark, Walls Wantage), corporal, Co. D, N'iuety-flRh New fork Vol-
unteers.
Duvenpuit, Hahlou (Slauhnpi I, Co. I, Firty-seventh New York Volunteers.

Fny.C i Co. D, Eighty-eighth New York Volunteers.

Georgia, Levi U. (Bee rvilli I, Co, D, One Hundred sud Furty-niuilh

Reglmenl New York Veterans,
p'Brieu, WllUani(Kewtou),enl. 1801, lu the Engineer Corps 61 N<

years: must, out In 1804
0'Loary, John (Newtuu), eul 1801, at St Louis, Mo, Co. E,Flrsl Mlm nil

Light Al tiller) i dlat b. 1802,
Rice, Edward i Hamburg), C i. A, I Hundred and Twenty-fourth New

Hurt N olui i-.

ini, 'm A, Seveuty-eec I Reglmenl New Turk Vol-

nnteers; must In September, IsOl, for three yeais; wounded June

11. 1862.
Wutts, Jamea (Franklin), Co I, Fifth New York Volunteers.
Wilson, Hampton S, Turn.. - id Iteglmeul New York Volunteers;

must In 1801 for Hi years; died April 15, 1802, i wouudt re-

i,ii, .1 ui West Polut,
Fore, Petei I Newton), onl. In 1801 In the Snpiwrs and Miners Engineer

Corp* of New York for tlin-,- years; must out in 1804.

II.— WARREN COUNTY SOLDIERS.

I'n'sidc tlif names cntliraeeil in the following rosters,
Warren County furnished many men who enlisted in
commands other than those here given, a> well as in
troops nl Pennsylvania, New York, and other States;
among wh maj be named Lieut. Chas, Bute, who,

W'lli twiiilN men hum Warren County, enlisted iii
I lO. 1, Of the 1 llli Pa. Cavalry.

CO. I>, FIRST RBGIMi \ C
[Tulscomi in ws id at Phllltpilrarg and vicinity, and vraa nins-

!'■ int i the United States sorrlce with Hie regtment, Hay 21, 1801 .

Valentino Mutchler, caplalu ] pro. to majoi Eleventh Regl nt, Aug.

,.. |ge |
Charles Bltgnnves, .h . uk i lieutenant, June 7, 1861 ; flrnt lieutenant

Auk. 10, 1801 1 • aptalu, cut Hutelilor, pi u
ll,iiii \ McLaughlin, first lieutenant; res. July 31, 1801.
bluules \\ Mm. 1,1,1 . in. i sergeant, Hoy 22, 1801; second lloutennnl

Sept 18, 1801 ; first lloutennut, rfa 311 motod;ri Noi i

Ih02



Andrew J. Mutchler, private, March i^, IB62; corporal April .

. i nontenant Aug. SO, Im.'j, Brsl lleutonnnt.tnei C.W. Mm, hi-,,
j ned; res. Feb. 16, 1808; re-enl. Jau. 4, 1884, first sergeant Com-
pany B
I-iui,' I., F. BUklu, first sergeant, Co. F; sccoiul lleuteuant Sept ji 1801 :

nr-t lieutenant Co. H, Oct. 7,1802; trans, from Co. II ; pro. to adju-
tant Si pi -"i- ■
Gustavus N. Abeel, i nd lieutenant, rice A.J. Mutchler. i

pro. fint lieutenant Co. B, Aug.
Edward II. Bwayie, sergeant, May JJ. ItHJI : first sergeant .In ,

ninxt ..nt Jane 23. 1804.
s. .inn, I B Mutchler, corporal, May 22,1801; sergeant Juno 14,1802;

luu-t out June 2-t, im,4.
John VI ii i, corporal, May 22, lsr-i j sergeant June 14, 1862; niuet.

„ui Juue 23, 1804.

. May 22, 1861 ; sergeant Sept. 14, 1802; pro.

to sergeant- majoi oi i. 16, 1802,
Joseph Llilille, sergeant; re-enl. Feb. 11, 1804; corporal Aug. I, 18i4;

sergeant April 8, 1805; served in Co. A, First Battalion ; must, out

Jum 29, 1805.
William II. Hough, corporal, Sept. 1, 1862; must out June 2 I, 1864
Ibuuc W. Nicholas, corporal, Nov. I, lsoj; must out June 23, 1804.
Polei Myers, lit, Oct 14, 1881; corporal Dec, 11, 1802; served in

Fourth Regiment; most out June 23, 1804
John R. Willie, corporal Nov. 1, 1862; must. out June 23, 1884.
Abram Armstrong, corporal, Dec. 8, 1882; must out June 23, 1434 i

An, h.-w linn, I, corporal, April IS, 1804; must out June 23, 1864.

Charles Up) mtt, re-enl. Dec 28, 1803; corporal Apiil 1\ tsOo; .,,.,..1

in Co. A, Kiml Battttll -n ; iiiu?t. .nil June 23, 1805.
Zachariah Bender, re-enl. Dec. 28, 1803; corporal June 4, 1865; served

in Company A, First Battalion ; must out June ■.:•.•, 1865
Bun, ei Van Foasen, wagoner, Sept M, Ism ; must out Juno 23, 1864.

Charles Baker, n-enl. Jon. 6, Im.4; served in Co. A, Fimt Battalion:

must i, ui June 29, lw>5.
J, .l.ii C. Bauuer, nit ; served ill Co. A, Fir»t Battalion; must, out

June 29, i

Nelson J. Bayl oust. In May 22, 1801; must out June 23, 1804.

I ) n. Berry, recruit, Jau 4. 1804; served In Co. A, First Battalion.

James Breluer, recruit, Jan. 22, IsiH; served in Co. A, Kiret Battaltun;

at OUt Jim. 29, 1-' IS,

Charles A. Brllton, re-enl. Dee. 28, 1S08; served in Co. A, First Bat-

lallon; must out June a I
Tlieod Corhart, must In May 2J, 1861; corporal Aug. 27, 181

rate Sept. 22, 1802 ; must nut June 23, lsr4.
William II. in ii. nt, Jii-.li. at Ward Dulled Btatas army general bos-

pltal, Newark, N.J., tel.ins. War Department, .\ '. O n Waalitngtun,

n i ; served in Co. A. lii-i Battalion; must out Jul] 31, It
Andrew Edwards, must In May - . lsnl ; must, out June 23, 1864.
George Emmons, must in May 22, 1801 ; must, oul Juue 21, l-< 4.
\\ lllhiui i: Emmons, must lu Hay 22, 1801 ; must, out June 23, 1-.4.

Mm tin Pagan, must In May 22, 1861 : stout June 23, l>M.

Edward Fehr ft In May 22, 1801 ; must, oul June -

Godfrey Flenilug, recruit [Served In Co i.Hei Battalion; must, out June

David Fraier, most. In Hay 22, 1861 ; re-enl. lab. 11, 1864, Co. A, I . -;

Battullun; must out June
William Hofiman, three yean; must oul June
Daniel II, n, three years; must out Juue 23, 1804,
Ezra J II must oul June 23, 181 I

Jesse Kit I \. First Bat all in; must

Willi l.uikin-. lime yean; must, out June 23, 1804.

J. .in, Lyons, ice Aug, 27, 1862; served In Fourth Reglmenl and Co.

A, First Bullalhiu; must nut June
Melauctl Meeker, must. In Hay B, 1861 ; i nl Di

in Co. A, First Battel ; dlsch. it Trenton b) ordei . I War Depert-

lliellt, June >. |M...

J,,Iiii Murray, recruit, Aug. 21, I-..J; dlsch. Ibr wounds I Ived at Si»,tt-

sylvanla, July 8,1865; arm amputated.
John Myers, must. In llaj 8,1801; re-enl i

\ I i - r. ,n. in ui , -i ,,.ii

must .,111 Jun. .
w iHi.un K I'l. in, three yean; most, out Jum
Reubsu Platl, n-. nut. I" 17, 1861; served lu Co. A, Flmt Battalion;

i t. J .

Aleianilei '•. Ila r, three yoars; must. oul



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SUSSEX AND WARREN COUNTIES, NEW JERSEY.



James E. Ross, May 22, 1S61 ; re-enl. Dec. 28, 1803 ; served in Co. A, First

Battalion ; must, out Aug. 14, 1804.
Jolin Sehoonover, May 22, 1S01; pro. commissary sergeant March 24,

IS02.
William C. Sniitli, recruit, Feb. 4, 1804; served in Co. A, First Battalion ;

must, out June 29, 1805.
Garret Trout, recruit, Dec. 28, 1803 ; served in Co. A, First Battalion ;

must, out June 20, 18(15.
Samuel Vanatta, recruit, March 12, 1802; re-enl. March 21, 1804; served

in Co. A, First Battalion.
Archibald Wier, three years; re-enl. Feb. 11, 1804; 6erved in Co. A, First

Battalion ; must, out June 29, 1805.
Jethro B. Woodward, sergeant, May 22, 1801 ; commissary sergeant Sept.

0, 1802; private April 5, 1863; pro. to quartermaster sergeant Aug.

1, 1803; must, out Juuo 2U, 1805.

Discharged.

George Beaumont, sergeant, May 22, 1801 ; sergeant-major Sept. 20,
1861 ; for disability, at United States general hospital, Aug. 20, 1862.

Jacob li. Kicker, corporal ; disability; United States army general hos-
pital, Philadelphia, (Jet. 22, 1802.

James J. Kroui, musician; disability; general hospital, Fort Wood,
New York Harbor, Aug. 3d, 1802.

Edward K. Allen, private ; division hospital, Alexandria, Va., Dec. 5,
1802, for wounds in action at Manassas, Va.

Theodore Allen, private ; United States army general hospital, Philadel-
phia, Nov. 24, 1802; woundej at Gaines' Farm, Va.

Thomas T. Andrews, private; Uuited States hospital, W r ashington, D. C,
Oct. 20, 1862; for disability.

Peter H. Barnes, private; United States hospital, Fairfax Seminary,
Nov. 0, 1802 ; for disability.

George B. Beavers, private ; Camp Seminary, Va., Jan. 1,1802; for dis-
ability.

Thomas Burns, private ; Couch United States general hospital, Nov. 2,
1802; for wounds in action at Gaines' Farm, Va.

James Cameron, private; McKiui's Uuited States general hospital, Bal-
timore, Md., Aug. 10, 1803; for disability; re-enl. Feb. 11, 1804;
served in Co. A, First Battalion.

Joseph A. Campbell, private ; Uuited States army hospital, Newark, Oct.
13, 1802; lor disability.

William G. Carr, private ; near Brandy Station, Va., Feb. 2:1, 1864 ; for
disability.

Francis Grant, private; Philadelphia, Pa., July 10, 1863; for disability.

Thomas Haley, private; United Slates army hospital, Washington, D. C ,
Oct. 24, 1862; for wounds received in action at Gaines' Farm, Va.

George S. Heany, private; United States army general hospital, Fred-
erick, Md., March 6, 1803 ; for wounds received in action at Cramp-
ton's Pass, Md. ; arm amputated.

Philip Hearie, private; United States army general hospital, Newark,
Nov. 20, 1863; for disability.

George E. Huniluell, private; United States general hospital, Philadel-
phia, Pa., Nov. 25, 1802; for disability.

William MeGarey, private; at Frederick, Md., Oct. 5,1803; for wounds
received in action near Williamsport, Md. ; left leg amputated.

W r illiam S. Merrill, private; Dec. 15, 1802. to join the regular army.

William T. Neal, private; hospital, Central Park, New York, July 6,
1805; for wounds received in action at Winchester, Va , Sept. Ill,
1804; arm amputated; re-enl. March 29,1804; served in Co. A, First
Battalion.

John Uuigley, private; Nov. 13, 1803, S. 0. 604, Par. 16, War Depart-
ment, A. G. O., Washington, D. C.

Edward W. ltothrook, private ; at Douglass United States army general
hospital, Nov. 13, 1803; for wounds received in aclion at Salem
Heights, Va.

Ralph li. Slack, private; Annapolis, Md., April 1, 1802; lor disability.

Chailes Stern, private; recruit ; at Convalescent Camp, Alexandria, Va.,
Aug. 1."., I si;:); for disability.

nenry Wilko, private; Camp Hanks, Va., Jan. 21, 1863; for wounds
received in aclion at Gaines' Farm, Va.

Edward J. Willever, private; at Hagorstown, Md., Dec. 0, 1862; to Join
the regular army.

'ja-atitfeired.

Michael Murphy, musician, to (Jo. F.

Charles H. Price, private, to Veteran Reserve Corps Sept. 1, 1803; dlsch.
therefrom May 22, 1864.

Daniel Wert, private, to Veteran Reserve Corps Nov. 16, 1863; dlsch.
therefrom May 21, L804,



Died.

Wilber F. Lovel, sergeant; must, in March 22,1801; corporal May 22.

1801; sergeant Sept. 1, 1802; died Juno 0, 1804,a prisoner of war.
George W. Creveliug, sergeant, March 19, 1863; killed in action at Cold

Harbor, Va., June 3, 1804.
Paul Gravet, corporal; died of fever in United States army hospital,

Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 31, 1862; buried at Philadelphia.
John S. Ryan, corporal ; died of typhoid fever at Chesapeake United

States army general hospital, at Fortress Monroe, Va., May 25, 1802.
Wellington Piei-son, corporal; died of fever at White Oak Church, Va.,

March 3, 1803; buried at National Cemetery, Fredericksburg, Va.,

Division B, Grave 423.
Peter S. Taylor, corporal; died of typhoid fever at Hagerstown, Md.,

Dec. 4, 1802.
Winchester T. Bennett, corporal ; killed in action at Gaines' Farm, Va.,

June 27, 1802.
Joseph Allison, private ; died at Washington, D. C, Oct. 2. 1802, of wounds

received in action at Manassas, Va.
Roberts Beck with, died at Hull Run Hridge, Va., while a prisoner, Aug.

27, 1862, of wounds received ill action at Manassas, Va.
Calvin Calkins, private, died at United States army general hospital,

Washington, D C, May 24, 1802; buried at Military Asylum Ceme-
tery, D. C.
Barnet Devlin, private; killed in action at Gaines' Farm, June 27, 1802.
James Flood, private ; killed in aclion at Gaines' Farm, June 27, 1862.
John Gano, private; killed in action at Gaines' Farm, June 27, 1862.
William George, private ; killed in action at Salem Heights, May 3, 1863.
Benjamin Hartzell, private; died at United States army general hospital,

Fredericksburg, Va., May 23, 1864, of wounds received in action at

the Wilderness.
Josiah M. Hoi lock, private; died of typhoid fever in United States army

general hospital, Philadelphia, June 11, 1803.
John Hartzell, private; killed in action at Cold Harbor, June 3, 1S04.
Robert N. Hugh, private; died at Satterlee United Slates general hos-
pital, West Philadelphia, June 21, 1S04, ot wounds received in action

at Spottsylvauia, Va.
Johu W. Kirby, private; died on march from Harrison's Landing to

Newport News, Va., July 21, 1862.
Thomas Leonard, private ; killed in action at Salem Heights, Va.. May

3, 1863.
Jeremiah Levels, private; died at Uuited States army hospital, Brooklyn,

N. Y., Sept. 11, 1802; buried at Cypress Hill Cemetery, Long Island,

Grave 411.
Samuel Linton, private; died at Uuited States army general hospital,

Washington, D. C, Sept. 14, 1863; buried at Military Asylum Ceme-
tery, District of Columbia.
James Malloy, private; died at army general hospital, Washington,

D. C, May 31, 1804, of wounds received in action at Wilderness;

buried in National Cemetery, Arlington, Va.
Albert J. Miller, private ; died of typhoid fever at Douglass U nited States

army hospital, Washington, D. C, Nov. 21, 1862; buried in Military

Asylum Cemetery, District of Columbia.
John Saylor, private; died June 3, 1804, of wounds received in action at

Cold Harbor (corporal May 22, 1861 ; private April 20, 1862; re-enl.

Dec. 28, 1803).
Peter Stead, killed in action at Gaines' Farm, June 27, 1802.
Alfred Thompson, private ; died at hospital First Division, Sixth Corps,

Feb. 18, 1805; buried near Petersburg, Va.
Joseph S. Wesley, private; died at United States army general hospital,

Fairfax Seminary, Va., Nov. 13, 1802.
Willard S. Wood, missing ill action at Spottsylvauia Court-house, Va.,

May 12, 1804; supposed dead; sergeant May 22, 1801; private June

14, 1802.

CO. D, THIRD INFANTRY REGIMENT.
David Bunnell (Blairstown). onl. May 27, 1861; missing battle at Spott-
sylvauia, May 12, 1804; supposed dead.
William C. Comer (Oxford), onl. May 27, 1861 ; disch. for disability May

lo, 1863.
Ira C. France (Blairstown), enl. May 27, 1861 ; must, out May 27, 1864.
David M. Price (llackettstown), enl. May 27, 1801 ; disch. from Vet. Res.

Corps June 8, 1804.
Stephen Fell (llackettstown), enl. May 27, 1801 ; disch. for disability

April 3, 1803.
William A. Price (llackettstown), enl. May 27, 1861 ; died of wounds

July 20, 1862.



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