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Creek. Four children — two sons and two daughters —
were the result of this marriage. One son and one daughter
died in infancy. The two living are Mai-shall C. and Mary
P. Leaving the farm in 1850, Mr. Robbins engaged in
mercantile business at Sandy Creek, first as clerk then as
partner, with his brother, E. V. Robbins, and afterwards by
himself in general merchandising, dealing largely in form
products. He built the house he now occupies in 1857.

His first presidential vote was cast for Martin Van Buren,
as a Democrat. He also voted for the same gentleman as
the Free-soil candidate. He joined the Republican party at
its organization, and has since been identified with that
party. Though not a seeker for office, Mr. Robbins has
filled the ofiices of school cemmissioner and town assessor,
and was postmaster for ten years under the administrations
of Lincoln and Grant.

In religion he is a Congregationalist, and has been one of
the main pillars in that church, always contributing largely
of his means to its support.

Mr. Robbins has passed an active business life, and is
justly entitled to the respect and esteem in which he is held
by all who know him.



BENJAMIN G. ROBBINS.

The subject of this sketch — son of Valentine W. and
Parmelia Robbins — was born in Oswego County, New York,
November 11, 1823. He was the fourth son of a family of
seven children. He mamed Julia Grennell, of EUisburg,
Jefferson county, January 3, 184'J. The result of this
marriage was one sou and five daughters, namely, Rosa J.,
Mary J., Flora M., Eva P., Benjamin A., and Lottie J., —
four of whom are now living.



Mr. Robbins — one of Sandy Creek's noblest sons, one who
stood among the first in the hearts of tlie people, one who
stood high as a public officer, a private citizen, a neighbor,
and a Christian — was brought up a farmer, in which peiicc-
ful occupation he spent his life. Born and educated in
Oswego County, it was here he found a sphere for useful-
ness. Having many times been elected to the highest place
of public trust within the gift of the people of the county,
he was ever found unwavering in his integrity and fidelity
to their best intere.sts.

Industrious and economical, yet never withholding his
hand to any appeal for a good cause. Where duty called
he obeyed.

For twenty-two years he was a member of the Congre-
gational church of Sandy Creek, during which time he
lived a consistent Christian life, holding the office of super-
intendent of the Sabbath-.school for fifteen years, and w;i3
one of the trustees of the church at the time of his death,
March 3, 1871.

He held the office of supervisor during the years 18(51,
'62, '65, and '66 ; Wiis town superintendent of common
schools for several years. He also occupied many positions
of trust in the county, such as loan commissioner, plank-
road inspector, and was a member of the Republican county
committee at the time of his decease. He had just en-
tered upon his forty-eighth year when he was "called from
his labors," leaving to his family a pleasant home, — a view
of which, together with the portraits of himself and wife,
is presented elsewhere in this work.



WILLIAM BISHOP,

the subject of this sketch, was born in Rensselaer county,
New York, December 21, 1818. He was the oldest of a
family of twelve children, of whom nine are now living.
His grandfather, Hiram, and his father, Morris W., came
from Vermont at an early day, and settled in Rensselaer
county, and were among the early pioneers of that county.
William Bishop married Cynthia S. Maxham, of Oswego
County, on the 2d of March, 1842, and soon afler pur-
chased the farm upon which he now resides. The result
of this union was two sons and one daughter,-^namely,
Abner S., born October 4, 1843; A.sa M., born March 12,
1848; Rosa J., born November 4, 1853. The last two
named still survive.

Mr. Bishop ranks among the enterprising farmers of
Sandy Creek, and by industry has succeeded in placing
himself in thriving circumstances. He and his estimable
wife are members of the Methodist Episcopal church. For
nearly a quarter of a century Mr. Bishop followed the lake,
and for a portion of the time held the position of captain,
since which time he has devoted his attention exclusively to
agricultural pursuits. Mr. Bishop was at one tirne a Demo-
crat, but for the last fifteen years li.as been a Republican.
An illustration of the residence of this gentleman, together
with portraits of himself and wife, can be seen elsewhere in
this work.



HISTORY OF OSWEGO COUNTY, NEW YORK.




HON. AZARIAH WART

was born in that portion of Orwell wliicli now constitutes
the townsliip of Boylston, March 4, 1S22. He was the
fifth child of John and Rachel Wart, the first family which
settled in that township. He was married on the 13th of
October, 1841, to Almira Ormsby, daughter of Almon
Ornisby, of Boylston. There were' five children by this
marriage, viz. : Pheba A., wife of C. E. Thomas, of Sandy
Creek ; George, deceased at twenty-seven years of age ;
Sherman, Leonard, and Almon.

His wife died September 9, 1862, and he was again mar-
ried, on the 26th of July, 1863, to Eliza Castor. Two sons
are the issue of this marriage, viz., Wellington H. and
Gilson A.

At the age of twenty-one Mr. Wart tried his first cause in
a justice's court, and from that time on he frequently inter-
changed his work on the farm for the trial of causes, until
finally, in 1853, his services as counselor and advocate were
in such demand, he determined to leave the farm and
devote himself exclusively to the practice of law. He was
admitted to the bar in 1859. Mr. Wart has filled various
offices of public trust. At the age of twenty-nine he was
elected supervisor of his town, and re-elected in 1852,
1854, and 1856. In 1853 he was elected to the assembly,
receiving at this election all the votes cast in his own town-
ship but three. For the last three years he has filled the
ofiices of clerk and attorney of the board of supervisors of
Oswego County.

Few men with his limited advantages for education and
the study of the law have attained a higher place in the
profession. Possessed of a natural legal mind, strong " com-
mon sense," a good gift of language, coupled with long ex-
perience at the bar, he is justly regarded a formidable an-
tagonist in the legal arena.



J. LYMAN BULKLEr.



MILITARY RECORD OF SANDY CREEK.



Willi.im DeWitt Ferguson, captnin, Co. G, 24th Inf. Enlisted May
4, 1S61 ; wounilcd at South Mountain, Sept. 14, 1862 ; mustered
out May 29, 1863; i-e-mustercd as major, 184th Inf., Sept 16,
1864; mustered out July 13, 1865.

Henry B. Corse. Mustered in Co. G, 24th Inf., as 2d lieut., May 17,
1861; promoted to 1st lieut, May 2.3, 1862; killed in 2d Bull
Run battle, July, 1862.

Willis A. Harding. Enlisted in Co. G, 24lh Inf., April 27, 1861 ;
wounded at 2d Bull Run battle, July, 1862 ; mustered out May
29, 1863.

Byron Hinman. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Inf., April 27, 1861 ; pro-
moted to sergt.; mustered out May 29, 1863; re-enlistcd as 2d
lieut., 189th Inf., Aug. 27, 1864: mustered out June 12, 1863.

Curtis C. Hinman. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Inf., Nov. 9, 1861 ; mus-
tered out May 29, 1863 ; re-enlisted, regiment unknown.

Edwin Weston. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Inf., April 27, 1861; mus-
tered out May 29, 1863.

Moreau J. Salisbury. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Inf., April 29, 1861;
promoted to sergeant, Sept., 1862; mustered out May 29, 1863.

Delos Watkins. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Inf., May 4, 1861 ; promoted
to corporal; mustered out May 29, 1863.

Edward S. Gillet, Co. G, 24th Inf. Enlisted May 4, 1861 ; wounded
at Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862; mus. out May 29, 1863; re-enl'd as
sergt., Co. G, 24th Cav., Dec. 26, 1863 ; dis. May 29, 1865.

Merrick Salisbury, Co. G, 24th Inf. Enlisted Sept. 24, 1861 ; died in
hospital, Oct. 10, 1862, from wounds received at Antietam, Sept.
18, 1862.

Ephraim P. Potter, Co. G, 24th Inf. Enlisted Apr. 21, 1861 ; pro. to
non-commissioned staff. May 1, 1862; mus. out May 29, 1863.

John M. Harding, Co. G, 24th Inf. Enlisted Apr. 27, 1861 ; died of
fever at Upton Hill, Va., Nov. 12, 1861.

Solomon S. Harding, Co. G, 24th Inf. Enlisted Apr. 27, 1861 ; mus.
out May 29, 1863 ; re-enl'd Dec. 20, 1863, as sergt., in Co. G, 24th
Cav.; taken pris. Dec. 16, 1864; never heard of; supposed to
have been murdered.

Thomas Cox. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Inf., April 27, 1861; mustered
out May 29, 1863.




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HISTORY OF OSWEGO COUNTY, NEW YORK.



James Sharpc. Enl'd in Co. G, 24th Inf., April 29, 1861 ; mustered

out May 29, 1SG3.
Hiram E. Taylor. Enlisted Apr. 27, 1861, in Co. G, 24th Inf. ; died

of fever, July 12, 1S6I.
Joseph K. Crandall. Enl'd in Co. G, 24th Inf., Deo. 28, 1861 ; pro.
to Corp. May 1, 186.3: mustered out May 29, 1863; re-enl'd Jan.
1, 1S64, in Co. G, 24th Cav. : wounded near Petersburg, Va., Juno
17, 1864; prom, to sergeant Sept. 1, 1864; to ord. scrgt. Juno 3,
1865 ; mustered out July 19, 1865.
Andrew J. Barless. Enl'd in Co. G, 24th Inf., Apr. 26, 1861 ; disoh.
Dec. 31, 1862; re-enl'd Dec. 26, 1865, in Co. G, 24th Cav.; pro.
to com. scrgt. Sept. 1, 1864; mustered out June 24, 1865.
Wui. M'allnce. Enl'd in Co. G, 24th Inf., April 27, 1861 ; disch. for

disability Dec. 19, 1862.
Asahel C.Wallace. Enlisted Apr. 27,1861, in Co. G, 24th Inf.; mus-
tered out May 29, 1863.
Wm. H. Wheeler. Enl'd Apr. 27, 1861, in Co. G, 24th Inf.; pro. to
corp. May 1, 1863: must, out May 29, 1863; re-enl'd in Co. G,
24th Cav., Dec. 28, 1863, as sergt. ; mustered out July 19, 1865.
Chas. E. Thomas. Enl'd in Co. G, 24th Inf., Apr. 27, 1861 ; prom,
to sergt. May 4, 1862 ; must, out May 29, 1863 ; re-must. Sept. 8,
1864, in Co. E, 189th Inf.; prom, to sergt. Sept. 9, 1864; must,
out June 12, 1865.
Granville S. Thompson. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Inf., Nov. 9, 1861 ;

pro. to non-com. staff, Sept. 1, 1862; mus. out May 29, 1863.
Benjamin C. Near. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Inf., May i, 1861, as

musician: dis. for disability, Aug. 26, 18B1.
Barzilla Lampman. Enl'd in Co. G. 24th Inf, Apr. 27, 1861; mus.
out May 29, 1863 ; re-enl'd Dec. 29, 1863, in Co. G, 24th Cav. ;
wounded near Petersburg, Va., June, 1864 ; wounded again at
Farmville, Apr. 4, 1865 ; mustered out June 24, 1865.
Solon W. Martin. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Inf., Apr. 26, 1861 ; pro.
to corp. May 24, 1861; wounded Aug. 29, 1862: dis. Nov. 26,
1862; re-enl'd in Co. E, 189th Inf., Aug. 28, 1864; mustered out
June 12, 1865.
Ira R. Stevens. Enlisted Apr. 30, 1861, in Co. 0, 24th Inf.; mus-
tered out May 29, 1863.
Harrison Murray. Enlisted May 3, 1861, in Co. G, 24th Inf; dis.

for disability, Feb. 3, 1862.
Samuel Snyder. Enlisted Apr. 29, ISCl, in Co. G, 24th Inf : dis. at
Elmira by substitute; re-enl'd in Co. E, 189th Inf, Sept. 8, 1864 ;
mustered out June 12, 1865.
Wm. F. Mosicr. Enl'd Apr. 27, 1861, in Co. G, 24th Inf., as corp. :
detached on gunboat service Feb. 16, 1862 ; died of fever at
Cairo, 111., Oct. 20, 1862.
Geo. W. Weaver. Enl'd in Co. G, 24th Inf., Apr. 21, 1861 ; disch. for

disability June 17, 1862.
Harry Murray. Enl'd in Co. G, 24th Inf, Nov. 9, 1801; disch. for

disability Feb. 3, 1862.
John Beccher. Enl'd Apr. 26, 1861, in Co. G, 24th Inf; died from

wounds rec'd in an affray at Washington, D. C, Nov. 19, 1861.
Webster Woodard. Enl'd in Co. G, 24th Inf, Apr. 29, 1861 ; must.

out May 29, 1863.
Jehiel A. Rogers. Enl'd in Co. G, 24th Inf, Nov. 9, 1861 ; wounded

at Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862; mustered out May 29, 1863.
Geo. W. Lampman. Enl'd Nov. 9, 1861, in Co. G, 24th Inf; disch.

for disability Nov. 2, 1862.
Wm. S. Goodrich. Enlisted in Co. G, 24tb Inf, May 3, 1861 ; must,
out May 29, 1863; re-enl'd in Co. G, 184th Inf., Aug. 19, 1864;
mustered out June 29, 1865.
Richard D. Ehle. Enl'd in Co. G, 24th Inf, Nov. 9, 1861 ; must, out

May 29, 1863.
John A. Wilda. Enl'd in Co. G, 24th Inf.; must, out; re-mustered

Sept. 2, 1864, in Co. G, 184th Inf. ; mustered out.
Yates W. Newton. Enlisted in Co. C, 110th luf, Aug. 19, 1862, as

1st lieut. ; resigned Feb. 8, 1864.
James K. P. Cottrell. Enlisted in Co. C, llOth Inf., Aug. 1. 1802, as
sergt.; pro. to 2d lieut. Aug. 6, 1863; to 1st lieut. Dec. 25, 1804;
mustered out Aug. 28, 1865.
James H. Strcetcr. Enlisted Aug. 1, 1862, in Co. C, 110th Inf.; died

at New Iberia, La., Dec. 5, 1863.
Albert Wright. Enlisted in Co. C, 110th luf, Aug. 1, 1862; mus-
tered out Aug. 28, 1865.
•Warren Wheeler. Enlisted Aug. 2, 1802, in Co. C, 110th Inf.; died
at New Orleans, La., April 17, 1863.



Robert C. Austin. Enlisted in Co. C, 110th Inf., Aug. 2, 1862; pro.

to corp. Aug. 14, 1863: mustered out Aug. 28, 1865.
Elijah S. Crandall. Enlisted in Co. C, 110th Inf, Aug. 2, 1862; pro.

to corp. Jan. 4, 1864 ; mustered out Aug. 28, 1865.
Horatio Orvis. Enlisted Aug. 5, 1802, in Co. C, 110th Inf.: disch.

for disability, Nov. 13, 1863.
Elbert Howe. Enlisted in 110th Inf., as musician, Aug. 2, 1862;

mustered out Aug. 28, 1865.
Ira West. Enlisted in Co. C, 110th Inf., Aug., 1862; discharged for

disability.
Thomas Roberts. Enlisted in Co. C, 110th Inf, Aug. 2, 1862; pro-
moted to corporal, Sept. 1, 1863; mustered out Aug. 28, 1865.
Nelson Sparks. Enlisted in Co. C, 110th Inf , Aug. 6, 1862; mus-
tered out Aug. 28, 1865.
William Lillis. Enlisted in Co. C, 110th Inf., Aug. 7, 1862; disch.

for disability, February 2, 1803.
Hiram AVilda. Enlisted in Co. C, UOth Inf, August 5, 1862; disch.

for disability. May 23, 1865.
James M. Lindsoy. Enlisted Aug. 12, 1862, in Co. C, 110th Inf.;

disch. for disability. Doc. 17, 1803.
George S. Munderbaek. Enlisted in Co. C, 110th Inf, Aug. 5, 1862;
disch. for disability, Dec. 1, 1863; died at Memphis, Tenn., on
his way home.
William R. Towle. Enlisted in Co. C, 1 10th Inf, Aug. 6, 1802 ; disch.

for disability, Dec. 26, 1863.
Simon T. Leigh. Enlisted in Co. C, 110th Inf., Aug. 5, 1862; disch.
for disability, Aug. 5, 1863; died while awaiting transportation
home.
Thomas V. Joslin. Enlisted in Co. C, 110th Inf., Aug. 5, 1862; discb.

for disability, March 8, 1864.
Crocker Snyder. Enl'd in Co. C, 110th Inf., Aug. 6, 1862 ; dis. Aug.

11, 1864, on account of wounds through the lung.
Leroy Salisbury. Enl'd in Co. C, 110th Inf, August 6, 1862; died

March 23, 1863.
William S. Morey. Enl'd in Co. C, 1 1 0th luf, Aug. 1, 1862, as Corp.;

died Sept. 10, 1803.
Samuel Mahaffy. Enl'd in Co. C, 110th Inf., Aug. 1, 1862, as corp. ;
pro. to sergeant, March 28, 1863 ; pro. to 1st sergt., July 21, '63 ;
died August 2.3, 1863.
Andrew S. Warner. Mustered as colonel of 147lh Inf, Sept. 23, '62 ;

resigned.
Harvey E. Chapin. Mustered as chaplain of 147th Inf, Sept. 23, '62;

resigned February, 1863.
Elhanan C. Seely. Mustered Sept. 2.3, 1862, as captain, Co. E, 147th

Inf. ; resigned.
John L. Nichols. Enl'd in Co. E, 147th Inf, July 31, 1862; dis. for

disability, March 26, 1863.
Wait Wheeler. Mustered in Co. E, 147th Inf, Sept. 23, 1862; dis.

for disability.
Andrew J. Newton. Enlisted August 6, 1862, in Co. E, 147th Inf.;

mustered out June 7, 1865.
Sylvester J. Taylor. Mustered Sept. 23, 1862, as sergt., Co. E, 147th

Inf ; pro. to lieut. ; killed July 4, 1863, at Gettysburg.
William E. Sparks. Mustered in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862 ;

mustered out June 7, 1865.
Phineas Sborey. Mustered in Co. E, 147th Inf, Sept. 23, 1802 ; mus-
tered out June 7, 1865.
Edwin Goodrich. Mustered in Co. E, ]47th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862 : dis.
Francis E. Goodrich. Mustered in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862 ;

dis. for disability.
John Williams. Mustered in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 2.3, 1862 ; killed

July 2, 1863, at Gettysburg.
Thomas Wills. Mustered in Co. E, 147th Inf, Sept. 23, 1862; dis.

for disability.
Ira B. Briggs. Mustered in Co. E, 147th Inf, Sept. 23, 1862; mus-
tered out June 7, 1805.
Briggs Lindsay. Mustered in Co. E, 147th Inf, Sept. 23, 1862; dis.

for disability.

Joseph A. Robinson. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Inf., April 30, 1861 ;

dis. for disability, March 10, 1862; re-mustered in Co. E, 147th

Inf as sergt., Sept. 23, 1862 ; mustered out June 7, 1865.

Oscar D. Leach. Mustered in Co. E, 147th Inf, Sept. 23, 1862; des.

Charles B. Philbrick. Mustered in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862 ;

dis. for disability.
Peter Murray. Mustered in Co. E, 147th Inf, Sept. 23, 1862 ; des.



HISTORY OF OSWEGO COUNTY, NEW YORK.



John Chaugo. Mustered in Co. E, UTth Inf., Sept. 23, 1S62; mus-
tered out June 7, 1865.

Calvin A. Harrington. Mustered in Co. E, With Inf., Sept. 23, 1862 ;
wounded and taken prisoner at Gettysburg, July 1, 1S63 ; mus-
tered out June 28, 1865.

Henry Cronk. Enl'd Aug. 21, 1862, in Co. E, 147th Inf.; deserted.

Joseph A. Upton. Mustered in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862;
died in hospital at Washington, D. C.

James Wright. Mustered in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862;
deserted.

Jchiel Weed. Mustered in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862 ; starved
to death at Salisbury, N. C.

Gilbert Harris. Mustered in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862 ; mus-
tered out June 28, 1865.

Harrison H. Cole. Mustered in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862.

George Tryon. Mustered in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862;
deserted.

Theodore H. Weaver. Mustered in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862 ;
mustered out June, 1865.

Justus Sprague. Enlisted Aug. 21, 1862, in Co. E, 147th Inf. ; mus-
tered out June 7, 1865.

Asa S. Brown. Mustered in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862.

Elam Goodrich. Mustered in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862; dis-
charged on account of wound received at Gettysburg.

John D. Wart. Mustered in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862; dis-
charged for disability.

Burton White. Mustered in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862; died
in service.

Edwin Kiblin. Enlisted Aug. 20, 1862, in Co. E, 147th Inf. ; deserted.

Oren N. Sprague. Enlisted Aug. 20, 1862, in Co. E, 147th Inf.;
mustered out June 7, 1865.

William M. Howard. Enlisted Aug. 20, 1862, in Co. E, 147th Inf. ;
wounded at Gettysburg; lost a leg at Petersburg, June 18, 1864;
mustered out June 22, 1865.

William H. Chaugo. Enlisted Aug. 20, 1862, in Co. E, 147th Inf.

Newton G. Ehle. Enlisted Aug. 20, 1862, in Co. E, 147th Inf.; died
in hospital at Windmill Point, Va., April, 1863.

David Welch. Mustered in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862; died of
wounds received at Gettysburg.

Charles Cobb. Mustered in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862; dis-
charged for disability.

Levi M. Wallace. Mustered in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862 ; died
in hospital of fever.

Samuel Carpenter. Must, in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862 ; died
July 10, 1863, of wounds received at Gettysburg.

David Williams. Must, in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862 ; dis. for
disability.

Henry Burdick. Must, in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, '62; deserted.

Virgil M. Powers. Must, in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862; must.
out June 16, 1865.

Asa W. Goodrich. Must, in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862.

Adelbert Warner. Must, in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862; must,
out June, 1865.

Edward Robotham. Must, in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862 ; died
of fever in service.

Samuel Shears. Must, in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862; dis. for
disability.

Frederick W. 'iVhite. Must, in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862 ;
must, out June 16, 1865.

Seth Porter, Jr. Must, in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862; killed
at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863.

Edwin L. Weed. Must, in Co. E, 147th Inf., Sept. 23, 1862; must.

out June 7, 1865.
Lyndon J. Cole. Must, in Co. G, 24th Cav., Jan. 19, 1864, as 2d
lieut.; pro. to 1st lieut., Sept. 17, 1864; to capt., Feb. 5, 1865;
must, out July 19, 1865.
Nelson West. Enlisted Dec. 16, 1863, in Co. G, 24th Cav.; deserted

Feb. 23, 1864.
Sylvester Schuyler. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Cav., Dec. 16, 1863; de-
serted Feb. 2.3, 1864.
Palmer Cross. Enlisted Deo. 27, 1863, in Co. G, 24th Cav.; mustered

out July 19, 1865.
Newell E. Howe. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Cav., Dec. 21, 1863 ; taken
prisoner near Appomattox-Court House, April 9,1865; mustered
out July 19, 1865.



Erastus Crocker. Enlisted Dec. 21, 1863, in Co. G, 24th Cav.; mus-
tered out July 19, 1865.

James A. Becman. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Cav., Dec. 21, 1863 ; mus-
tered out July 19, 1865.

Edwin Crandall. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Cav., Dec. 21, 1863;
wounded near Petersburg, Va., June 17, 1864 ; promoted to Corp.,
March 3, 1865 ; mustered out June 24, 1865.

Isaac Williams. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Cav., Dec. 18, 1863 ; dis-
charged from hospital.

Harrison Woodard. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Cav., Deo. 21, 1863;
died at Camp Stoneman, D. C, March 25, 1865.

Malcolm Upton. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Cav., Jan. 4, 1864; wounded
near Petersburg, Va., June 17, 1864; mustered out.

Henry Mosier. Enlisted Dec. 26, 1863, in Co. G, 24th Cav.; mus-
tered out June 24, 1865.

Aaron E. Hunter. Enlisted Dec. 26, 1863, in Co. G, 24th Cav.;
mustered out July 19, 1865.

George Wart. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Cav., Doc. 28, 1863: pro-
moted to sergt., March 3, 1865 ; wounded at Cold Harbor, June
24, 1864; mustered out July 19, 1865.

Joseph Lampman. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Cav., Dec. 24, 1863;
wounded near Petersburg, Va., Juno 18, 1864; died of his
wounds, July 16, 1864.

Philip Hamer. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Cav., Dee. 28, 1803 ; wounded
near Petersburg, Va., Juno 18, 1864; must, out July 19, 1865.

Aaron V. Youman. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Cav., Dec. 30, 1863.

Elliot Noycs. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Cav., Dec. 21, 186.3 ; mustered
out July 19, 1805.

Elbert E. Ward. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Cav., Jan. 4, 1864 ; pro-
moted to corporal, Sept. 1, 1864; mustered out July 19, 1865.

Josiah Bctlinger. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Cav., Jan. 4, 1864; killed
by a shell, June 3, 1864.

Alfred Goodenough. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Cav., Jan. 1, 1864;
transferred to the navy, April 24, 1864.

Henry Munderback. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Cav., Jan. 4, 1864; pro-
moted to corporal, Sept. 1, 1864; disch. June 24, 1865.

John HoUis. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Cav., Jan. 4, 1864 ; discharged
November, 1864.

Wellington Pruyn. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Cav., Jan. 4, 1864 ; mus-
tered out July 19,1865.

Daniel Bettinger. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Cav., Dee. 28, 1863; mus-
tered out July 19, 1865.

Burt Littlefield. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Cav., Dec. 28, 1863; de-
serted Feb. 1, 1865.

John Tubbs. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Cav., Jan. 4, 1864 ; taken pris-
oner June 3, 1864, near Cold Harbor, Va. ; must, out July 19, '65.

George W. Weaver. Enlisted in Co. G, 24th Cav., Jan. 4, 1864; de-
serted Nov., 1864.

Hiram Grant. Mustered in Co. G, lS4th Inf., Sept. 2, 1864; pro-
moted to 2d lieut., and afterwards to 1st lieut. ; mustered out
June 29, 1865.
' Eugene Wheeler. Enlisted in Co. G, 184th Inf., Aug. 19, 1864; mus-
tered out June 29, 1865.

Joel E. Parmeter. Enlisted in Co. G, 184th Inf., Aug. 12, 1804 ; mus-
tered out June 29, 1865.

Geo. E. Porter. Mustered in Co. G, 184th Inf., Sept. 2, 1864 ; must,
out June 29, 1865.

Joel Stewart. Mustered in Co. G, 184th Inf., Sept. 2, 1864; must, out
June 29, 1865.

Alonzo Mandigo. Mustered in Co. G, 184th Inf., Sept. 2, 1864; must,
out June 29, 1865.

David Scrimshaw. Mustered in Co. G, 184th Inf., Sept. 2, 1864;
mustered out June 29, 1865.

Squire Bishop. Mustered in Co. G, 184th Inf., Sept. 2, 1864; must,
out June 29, 1865.

Bela H. Mellen. Mustered in Co. G, 184th Inf., Sept. 2, 1864; must.
out June 29, 1865.

Alfred Brumme. Mustered in Co. G, 184th Inf., Sept. 2, 1864 ; must,
out June 29, 1865.

Milo Sprague. Mustered in Co. G, 184th Inf., Sept. 2, 1864; must,
out June 29, 1865.

Ira D. Peck. Mustered in Co. G, 184tb Inf , Sept. 2, 1864 ; must, out
June 29, 1865.

Chas. H. Orr. Enl'd in Co. G, 184th Inf., Aug. 30, 1864 ; must, out
Juno 29, 1865.



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Daniel Hillnker. Mustered in Co. 0, 184th Inf., Sept. 2, 1864 ; must,
out June 29, 1S65.

Henry Lighlhnll. Must, in Co. G, 184th Inf., Sept. 2, 1864; pro. to
Corp., Sept. 3, 1864; died Oct., 1864.

Benj. Hastings. Enl'd in Co. O, 184th Inf., Aug. 19, 1864; pro. to

aergt., Sept. 2, 1864; mustered out June 29, 1865.
Albert E. Sherman. Enlisted in Co. E, 189th Inf., Aug. 30, 1864;
mustered out June 9, 1865.

Wilton Barney. Mustered in Co. E, 189th Inf., Sept. 8, 1S64; mus-
tered out June 12, 1865.

Qoorgo D. Thomas. Mustered in Co. E, 18Uth Inf., Sept. 8, 1864;
mustered out June 12, 1865.

Sherman Wart. Mustered in Co. E, ISHth Inf., Sept. 8, 1864; mus-
tered out June 12,1865.

Sidney Weldon. Mustered in Co. G, 184th Inf., Sept. 2, 1864; mus-



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