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by his townsmen.

He has given liberally of his means to support church
and .school interests in his vicinity, and has been, with his
wife, connected for many years with the Wesleyan Meth-
odist church. Mrs. Reynolds united first with the Baptist
church at the age of seventeen, but some thirty years ago
united with the Wesleyan Methodist church. She lives to
see many of her children influenced by the le&sons of mo-
rality and religious instruction early given by her, and now,
at the age of sixty-three, still remains steadfast to the prin-
ciples of her youth.

Jesse Reynolds is a member of the Republican party,
using his right of suffrage with care, looking rather to prin-
ciples than to men. He is now in his sixty-fifth year.



HISTORY OF OSWEGO COUNTY, NEW YORK.



MILITARY RECORD OF GRANBY.



Ttcenty-fuurth In/anlit/.— John A. Ladd, Co. H. Enlisted May 9,

1861, two years.
Hiram Ladd, Co. E. Enlisted Nov., 1861, two years; dis. Jan., 1862.
Robert A. June, Co. C. Enlisted May 17, 1861, three months.
Thomas Coles, Jr., Co. C. Enl. Sept., 1861, three years; in severtil

battles; lost arm at 2d Bull Run.
Ambrose P. Chase, Co. E. Enl. Aug. 21, 1861, two years; in battle

of Chanocllorsville; dis. and re-enl. Feb. 14, 1865, in 5th U. S. V.
Adelbert Warren, Co. A. Enl. 1861, two years ; promoted to lieut. ;

in battle of Fredericksburg; dis. and re-enl. 24th Cav.
Thomas Field, Co. E. Enl. May, 1861, two years ; died Aug. 6, 1861.
Thomas H. Howe, Co. E. Enl. May, 1861, two years; dis. 1863.
Peter Cathcart, Co. E. Enl. Sept. 23, 1861, three years; promoted

to sergt. ; dis. Sept. 22, 1864.
Burt Cathcart, Co. E. Enl. Sept. 23, '61, three years ; dis. April 6, '63.
Francis H. Howes. Enl. May, 1861, two years; dis. in 1863; took

part in seven battles.
Reuben M. Johnson, Anson Heffron, Stephen E. Chambers, Henry

Collins, Levi S. Church, Benjamin F. Darling, Abner D. Graham,

Charles Murray, Richard Rolfe.
Twenty-fourth Ctivalri/ (being Twenty-fourth Infantry, reorganized).

— Dustin Ladd, Co. I. Enl. Jan. 4, 1864, three years ; in battles

of Wilderness, Spottsylvania, Petersburg ; died at Alexandria,

Va., Aug. 15, 1864.
William Ladd, Co. L Enl. Jan. 4, 1864, three years; in battles of

Wilderness and Spottsylvania; promoted to corporal; dis. July

19, 1865.
John B. Nichols, Co. A. Enl. Dec. 15, 1863, three years; went

through battles of Grant's campaign in 1864; died of wounds

received at Petersburg.
Charles Murray, Co. A. Enl. Dec. 15, 1863, three years; in twelve

battles under Grant; wounded in shoulder; dis. June, 1866.
Albert E. Miller, Co. L Enl. Jan. 5, 1864, three years ; in battles of

Wilderness, Spottsylvania, and Cold Harbor ; promoted to corp. ;

prisoner at Richmond and Andersonville three months.
George Ladd, Co. I. Enl. Jan. 4, 1864, three years; in battles of

Wilderness, Spottsylvania, Petersburg; dis. July 9, 1865.
Jacob T. Hall, Co. E. Enl. 1863, three years; dis. Oct., 1864; in

battles of Wilderness, and others.
Charles H. Graham, Co. M. Enl. June 22, 1864, three years ; in bat-
tles of Wilderness, Spottsylvania, Cold Harbor, North Anna,

Weldon R. B. ; t.akcn prisoner at Petersburg; dis. Aug. 7, 1865.
Abner Graham, Co. A. Enl. Dee. 21, 1863, three years; dis. July 19,

1865 ; in all battles of Grant's campaign of 1864, e.\cept

Hatcher's Run.
James Stewart, Co. I. In several battles and wounded.
Franklin Allen, Co. I. Enl. Dec. 31, 1863, three years; dis. July 6,

1865 ; in battles of Spottsylvania and Cold Harbor.
Edwin Bradshaw, Co. I. Enl. Jan., 1863, three years ; killed by acci-
dent on his way home.
Henry Collins, Co. A. Enl. Deo. 19, 1863, three years; dis. July 19,

1865; in battles of Wilderness, Cold Harbor, and Weldon R. R. ;

wounded twice.
Charles Jennings. Enl. Jan. 18, 1864, three years; wounded at the

Wilderness, May 5, 1864.
Richard Rolfe, Co. A. Enl. Dec. 21, 1863, three years ; dis. July, '65.
Caleb Conklin, Co. E. Enl. Sept., 1863, three years; dis. July 20,

1865 ; in battles of Antietam and Roanoke Island.
Thomas M. Cole, Co. E. Enl. Dee. 16, 1863, three years; promoted

to corporal; dis. Sept., 1865.
Thomas Cole, Co. E. Enl. Jan. 4, 1863, three years ; prisoner at

various places, and finally eleven months at Andersonville; dis.

1865 ; in several battles.
Levi S. Church, Co. A. Enl. Dec. 7, 1863, three years; dis. Aug. 27,

1865; in battles of Wilderness, Cold Harbor, and many others;

wounded before Petersburg.
Erastus Perkins, Co. I. Enl. Jan. 12, 1864, three years; dis. June

15, 1865 ; in the battles of Grant's campaign, 1864; wounded be-
fore Petersburg.
Adelbert Warren, Co. I. Enl. Dec, 1863, three years; dis. July, '65.
B. F. Darling, Co. A. Enl. Dec 12, 1863, three years ; dis. July 28,

1865; in battle of Cold Harbor; wounded at Petersburg.



Thomas R. Gillard, Co. K. Enl. Juno 14, 1864, three years; dis.

July 19, 1865 ; was in battles of Wilderness, Spottsylvania, North

Anna, Cold Harbor, Petersburg, Weldon R. R., Peebles' Farm,

and others.
William Brown, Co. I. Enl. Deo. 24, 1863, three years; dis. Aug. I,

1865 ; in battles of Wilderness, Cold Harbor, and Petersburg ;

wounded.
Marvin Showers, Co. I. Enl. Jan. 1, 1854, three years ; promoted to

corporal ; died at Winchester, Va., Oct. 30, 1864, of wounds re-
ceived at Cedar Creek.
Thomas Showers, Co. L Enl. Jan. 4, 1864, three years; dis. April,

1865; in attack on Charleston, etc.
James S. Brown, Co. I. Enl. Jan. 4, 1864, three years; in battles of

Grant's campaign, spring of 1864; killed before Petersb'g, June

24, 1864.
Andrew J. Bassett, Co. I. Enl. Jan. 4, 1864, three years ; dis. July

8,1865; in battles of Wilderness, Spottsylvania, Cold Harbor,

and others.
Warren Wooldridge, Co. E. Enl. Jan. 1, 1864, three years ; died

July 7, 1864.
Benjamin Brown, Co. E. Enlisted September 3, 1865.
Gilbert Chiler, Co. A.

Stephen E. Chandler, Co. A. Enlisted Dec. 24, 1803.
Edward Dowling, Co. E. Enlisted Jan. 4, 1864.
Charles E. Hinchey.

William H. Miles, Co. E. Enlisted Jan. 5, 1864.
Tunis Williams, Samuel Warren.
SUteciilh In/itiitry.— David Perry. Enlisted 1861, three years ; died

Dec 23, 1863, of wounds received at Chickamauga.
Rosaloo Watson, Co. E. Enlisted March 27, 1865, three years.
David Burke. Enlisted February 29, 1864.
Thomas Bell. Enlisted February 29, 1864.
John Dowling, Charles Dunham, John Enright, Charles Le Roy,

Hiram S. Miller, James Young.
One Hundred and Ticentij-secoud /u/itntry.— George E. Fisher, Co. A.

Enlisted July 29, 1862, three years; in battle three times at

Fredericksburg; also at Mine Run, Gettysburg, Wilderness, —

about forty in all; twice wounded ; promoted to sergeant; dis.

July 3, 1865.
Charles M. Stevens, Co. G. Enlisted Aug. 8, 1862, three years.
George Look, Ephraim Look, Henry Look, Thomas Pritohard, Wm.

H. H. Look, Judson Rice, Merritt Stephens, Samuel Stephens,

all for three years.
Eighttj-firnt In/nntry.—AiidTe-w H. Yeomans, Co. F. Enlisted Sept.

16, 1861, three years; re-enlisted; was in battles of AVilliams-

burg, Seven Pines, Drury's Bluff, Cold Harbor, and Petersburg.
Arthur Yeomans, Co. F. Enlisted Sept. 24, 1861, three years; re-
enlisted; was in battles of Williamsburg, Seven Pines, Cold

Harbor, Drury's Bluff, and Petersburg.
John Marshall, Co. B. Enlisted Dec, 1861, three years; dis. Dec.

8, 1864; in battles of Bull Run and Fair Oaks.
Frank Stewart. Enl'd for three years; in several battles, and w'n'd.
Ransford T. Chase. Enlisted Sept., 1861, three years; re-enlisted in
ines. White Oak Swamp, and



battles of Sev



9th N. Y
Malvern Hill.
Walter Burch. Enlisted Sept. 23, 1863, one year; in battles of Wil-
liamsburg, Savage Station, Fair Oaks, and others; killed at Cold

Norton Corey. Enlisted Oct. 16, 1861; three years; in battles of
Fair Oaks, Cold Harbor, Drury's Bluff, and many others; dis-
charged and re-enlisted; promoted to sergt.

Francis M. Cole. Enl'd Sept. 23, 1861, three years; dis. Feb. 19, '62.

Samuel L. Brogo, Co. F. Enlisted Sept. 16, 1861, three years ; dis.
Jan. 16, 1862.

Joshua Dooley, Co. G. Enlisted Nov., 1861, three years; dis. Jan.,
1864; in battle of Fair Oaks; re-enlisted; in battle of Wilder-
ness, and subsequent ones ; killed at Cold Harbor.

Warren Woodridge, Co. D. Enlisted Sept. 14, 1861, three years ; dis.
April, 1862.

Chandler Lybolt, Co. I. Enlisted 1861, three years ; in the battles
under McClellan, 1862; died in Virginia in 1862.

Higgins Coffinger, James W. Fuller, Wm. F. Stewart, Joseph Weeks.

One Hundred and Tenth Infantry.— Ihos. Wood, Co. H. Enl. Aug.
6, 1862, five years ; dis. Aug. 27, 1865 ; in battles of Port Hudson,
Vermilion, etc.



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Goo. W. Allen, Co. A. Enl. Aug. fi, 1S02 : prom, to hosp. steward ;

dis. Aug. 27, 1865 ; in bats, of Port Hudson, Vcriuiliou I'lains, etc.
Jas. MoKcnzie, Co. A. Enl. Aug. 6, 1802.
Geo. A. Dunton, Co. A. Enl. Aug. 0, 1S02; died Aug. 15, 1S6.3, of

wounds received at Port Uudson.
Samuel B. Alger, Co. A. Enl. Aug. 12, 1S62 ; prom, to licut., capt.,

and major in 1st La. Cav. ; in battles of Port Uudson, Camp Bis-

land, and Pleasant Ilill.
Joseph B. Whitney, Co. A. Enl. Aug. 12, 1869; dis. Sept. 1, 1865;

in battles of Port Hudson, Camp Bisland, and Vormilion.
Albert Bellows, Co. A. Enl. Aug., 1S62; dis. 1S63.
Henry Atwood, Co. H. Enl. Aug. 12, 1S62 ; dis. Aug. 28, 1802; in

battles of Port Hudson and Camp Bisland.
Jas. U. Stewart, Co. H. Enl. Aug. 13, 1865 ; in several battles, and

John M. Post, Co. H. Enl. Aug. 9, 1862; dis. .-iept. 1, 1865; in
siege of Port Hudson.

Franklin B. Chase, Co. A. Enl. Aug. 6, 1862; dis. Aug. 28, 1865;
at siege of Port Hudson and Vioksburg.

\Vm. A. Chase, Co. A. Enl. Aug. 6, 1862; died near Brashear City,
La., Apr. 13, 1863.

Jacob Vandelinder, Co. A. Enl. Aug. 14, 1862 ; dis. Aug. 31, 1865;
in battles of Camp Bisland, Port Hudson, and others.

Geo. Wcstcott, Co. A. Enl. Aug. 4, 1862; dis. Aug. 28, 1865; in
battles of Camp Bisland, Port Hudson, etc.

Elisha H. Carmon, Co. A. Enl. Aug. 4, 1862 ; dis. June 20, 1865 ; in
battles of Cold Harbor, Deep Bottom, Petersburg, etc.

Jos. Benway, Co. G. Enl. Aug. 23, 1862 ; in battle of Port Uudson ;
died Apr. 5, 1865, at the Dry Tortugas.

Chas. Rolfe, Co. A. Enl. Aug. 7, 1862 ; dis. Aug. 12, 1865.

Wm. Boom, Co. G. Enl. Aug. 9, 1862 ; dis. Aug. 28, 1865 ; in bat-
tles of Camp Bisland, Port Hudson, and others.

Nicholas Boom, Co. G. Enl. Aug. 9, 1862; died in 1863, of wounds
received at battle of Carrion Crow Bayou.

Samuel Brackett, Co. A. Enl. July, 1862 ; dis. March, 1865.

Warren S. Stebbins, Co. A. Enl. July 6, 1862; dis. Aug. 27, 1805;
in battles of Port Hudson and Carrion Crow Bayou.

Wm. H. Stebbins, Co. A. Enl. Aug. o, 1862; prom, to capt. of
Florida cav. ; in battles of Port Hudson, St. Marks, etc.

M. Allen Fairbanks, Co. I. Enl. Aug. 6, 1862; dis. Aug. 8, 1865 ; ac-
cidentally wounded.

Jas. Dougherty, Co. A. Enl. Aug. 8, 1862; dis. Aug. 26, 1805; in
battles of Port Hudson, Camp Bisland, and others.

Edwin Hollock, Co. A. Enl. Aug. 6, 1862 ; died in 1803, at N. 0.

C. Perry Jones, Co. I. Enl. Aug. 6, 1862; dis. Aug. 28, 1805; in
battles of Port Hudson, Camp Bisland, and others.

Geo. Cornelius, Co. I. Enl. Aug. 4, 1862; dis. Sept. 1, 1865: in bat-
tles of Camp Bisland and Port Hudson ; wounded in both hands
and side.

Chas. M. Foster, Co. F. Enlisted July 30, 1802; in siege of Port
Hudson ; dis. Aug. 28, 1865.

Cornelius Adams, Co. F. Enl. Aug. 2, 1802 ; dis. Jan., 1803.

Thos. Jackett, Co. I. Enl. Aug. 5, 1862; dis. April 18, 1864; in
battles of Port Hudson and Irish Bend-.

Sidney Marlett, Co. L Enl. July 30, 1862; dis. Aug. 5, 1865; in
battles of Port Hudson and Camp Bisland; wounded and taken
prisoner at Brashear City.

Daniel W. Harris, Co. A ; Chas. H. Lee, Co. A ; Hiram Morlett, Co. I :
Wm. Morlett, Co. I; Geo. W. Marshall, Co. I; Jas. H. Pollock,
Co. E; Orvillc Reynolds, Co. D; Henry Satterlee, Co. A ; Addi-
son Satlerlee, Co. A; John B. Tayler, Co. H; Patrick Waters.
One Hundred and Forli/seimilk //i/dilO-j.— Edward Schenck, Co. P.
Enl. Aug. 23, 1862, three years; arm broken in the service by
accident ; dis. July 1, 1865.
Martin B. Schenck, corp., Co. D. Enl. Aug. 20, 1862, three years;

detailed as chief clerk in military prison at Washington, D. C.
William P. Schenck, Co. D. Enl. Aug. 30, 1802, three years ; pro. to

Istlieut. ; died July 27, 1803, of wounds at-Getlysburg.
James K. Nichols, Co. D. Enl. Sept. 4, 1802, three years; dis. Juno
29, 1805; in battle of Fredericksburg; wounded at Gettysburg.
Samuel Delano, Co. E. Enl. Sept. 4, 1862 ; taken prisoner at Gettys-
burg ; died in Libby prison, Dec. 22, 1863.
Daniel Chapman, Co. D. Enl. Aug. 29, 1862 : at Gettysburg, Peters-
burg, Mine Run, Hatcher's Run, Weldon Railroad, Laurel Hill,
Wilderness, Pratt's Farm, Surrender of Lee; dis. Jan. 7, 1865.

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Duane Chapman, Co. D. Enl. Fob. 24, 1861, three years ; dis. Jul;

3, 1865 ; in battles of Wildorness, Laurel llill, Petersburg, Suuth-

sido Railroad.
Chauncey G. Miller, Co. D. Enl. Sept. 2, 1802; dis. Juno 13, 1S65;

was in all the battles of his rogt. ; wounded at Gettysburg.
William Flannery, Co. D. Enl. Sept. 1, 1862; dis. May 25, 1805; in

battles of Fredericksburg and Cbancellorsville ; wounded nl

Gettysburg.
Joel E. Mapcs, Co. D. Enl. Fob. 7, 1864, throe years; dis. Aug. 4,

18^5; in battles of Wilderness, cto.
George R. French, Co. D. Enl. Aug. 20, 1862; dis. Juno 20, 1865.
Jonalhan Pierce, Co. D. Enl. Sept. 13, 1802; dis. Jan., 1863.
Albert E. Bartley, Co. D. Enl. Sept. 1, 1862; killed at Gettysburg,

July 1, 1803.
George Vandelindor, Co. D. Enl. Aug. 30, 1862 ; dis. June 28, 1865 ;

in battles of Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, and many others;

wounded twice in the Wilderness.
Henry W. Welling, Co. D. Enl. Aug. 26, 1862; dis. June 8, 1865;

forage-master at division headquarters.
Chas. W. Beers, Co. D. Enl. Sept. 5, 1862 ; dis. Juno 20, 1865.
John Buel, Jr., Co. D. Enl. Aug. 24, 1862; supposed to have died

on a transport, and to have been buried at sea in Aug., 1804.
German Hill. Enl. Aug. 3, 1803; dis. July 22, 1805; in the battles

of Grant's campaign, 1864.
William R. Hancock, Co. D. Enl. Aug. 20, 1862 ; dis. June 4, 1805 ;

in battles of Cbancellorsville, Wilderness, and Mine Run ; wnd.
William Perry, Co. G. Enl. Sept 2, 1862; dis. Sept. 2, 1865; in

battle of Gettysburg; taken prisoner at the Wilderness; wnd.

at Mine Run.
John Perry. Enl. Sept., 1862; dis. 1803.
Lansing Bristol, Co. D. Enl. Aug. 31, 1802 ; pro. to 1st licut. ; in all

the battles of the regt. ; killed at U;vtoher's Run, Feb. 0, 1805.
Darius T. De.\ter, Co. D. Enl. Aug. 27, 1802; died of smallpox in

Phila. hospital, March 10, 1803.
David De.vter, Co. D. Enl. Sept. 6, 1862; dis. Juno 19, 1865; in

most of the battles of his regt.; taken prisoner at Gettysburg;

wounded in Wilderness.
Henry Rice, Co. D. Enl. Aug., 1862; dis. A|«ril, 1863; in battle of

Fredericksburg.
Martin II. Cox, Co. D. Enl. Sept. 5, 1802 ; in battles from Wilder-
ness to Surrender of Leo; pro. to eerg. ; dis. June 20, 1865.
Daniel Whitney, Co. D. Enl. Aug. 30, 1802 ; .lied at Belle Plain,

Yn., Feb. 2, 1862.
Richard Day, Co. D. Enl. Sept. 6, 1862 ; dis. June lU, 1805 ; in bat-
tles of Chancellorsville and Gettysburg.
Thomas Murphy, Co. D. Enl. Aug., 1802 ; killed in the battle of the

Wilderness, May 0, 1864.
Alexander Allen, Co. D. Enl. Aug. 23, 1862 ; dis. June 19, 1805 ; in

battles of Chancellorsville, (iettysburg, and many others.
William C. Spade, Co. K. Enl. Aug. 22, 1862 ; died at Belle Plain,

Va., March 19, 1863.
Nathaniel D. Spade, Co. K. Enl. Aug. 22, 18 i2; dis. 186 5; in hat-
tics of Gettysburg, Wilderness, Spottsylvania, and Cold Harbor.
David Anson, Co. K. Eul. Aug. 22, 1802: dis. Feb. 2, 1865; in

battles of Chancellorsville and Fredericksburg ; wouude



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