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occupied fifteen years, to the general satisfaction of the
people. He has held various other offices of trust, all of
which he has filled faithfully and well. Perhaps in no way
is he better known to the people at large than as the pioneer
violinist of this locality. His services were in constant
demand at private dancing-parties. Mr. Church was in the
State militia, and served in the battle of Oswego. For the
past thirty years he has quietly resided on the farm, he and
his faithful wife enjoying the fruits of a busy and successful
life. They are very highly respected by their neighbors
and friends, and looked upon as a worthy couple in every
particular. They have had three children, of whom two
survive, James, who resides on the homestead farm, and
Tenty, who married Edgar Sharp.

In politics, Mr. Church was a Democrat up to the nomi-
nation of Buchaiian, but not being able to take the immortal
James as a successnr to the great and good Jefferson, he
bolted the party, and has since been found with the Repub-
licans. In religion, he is a Methodist, having been a mem-
ber of the Methodist Episcopal church of Scriba for many
years. In character, he is a man of large benevolence and
unfailing liberality. Honest and upright in his business
transactions, industrious and economical in his daily life,
oan there be any wonder that success has crowned his efforts
with an abundant reward ?



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HISTORY OF OSWEGO COUNTY, NEW YORK.



419










REV. GEORGE BLOSSOM.



REV. GEORGE BLOSSOM.



MRS. GEORGE ULOSSOM.



Rev. George Blossom, son of Enos and Mary (Ellis)
Blossom, of Lenox, Massachusetts, was born February 4,
1800. When in his sixth year his parents removed to
Onondafia county, New York, and settled on a farm, which
was noted for the abundance of game that existed thereon.
The family consisted of father, mother, and twelve children,
of which latter the subject of our sketch was the youngest.
The country was comparatively new, and the family had
consequently to endure the hardships and privations inci-
dent to pioneer life. The only educational advantages the
youthful George received were those gleaned at the common
school during the summer months, in addition to a few
months he attended a grammar and writing school.

On the 24th of January, 1821, he was united in mar-
riage with Harmony, daughter of Parley and Susan Canada,
(if Canandaigua. They were originally from Connecticut.
Immediately after marriage they commenced life by rent-
ing a farm, but only remained on it one year, when Mr.
Blossom engaged in the mercantile business in Seneca
county, but disliking the place, he remained there but
a short time, when he removed to Rochester, and con-
tinued in business, dealing only in dry-goods. Here he
stayed but a year, and then returned to Onondaga county,
and located in the village of Liverpool, and a favorable
opportunity presenting itself, he closed out his business to
Moses Johnson for eight hundred dollars, but the purchaser
cheated him out of the entire amount. Being now com-
pelled to work for some one else, he engaged with Jonathan
P. Hicks as salesman and book-keeper, in which capacity
he continued two years, at the expiration of which time he
moved to Clay, and entered into partnership with Evert B.
Dykeman in the general store business. They subsequently
dissolved partnership. After meeting with indiflFerent suc-
cess in the undertaking, Mr. Blossom, by close application
to business, had impaired his health so that he found it
necessary to recuperate, after which he taught music for
six years. He next settled on a farm, and after three years
disposed of it, and in 1837 removed to Palermo township,
this county, and afterwards to Scriba. His attention at this
time was not devoted exclusively to agriculture, though
farming formed the greater part of his secular occupation.
When in his seventeenth year he experienced religion, and
felt a keen desire to enter his Master's vineyard as an active
worker. In 1828, while residing in Clay, the Rev. Luther
Myriek was holding protracted uieeting-s under the auspices
of the Independent Congregational church, and it was while



attending one of these that Mr. Blossom was smitten with
an overwhelming desire to devote his life to Christ. He
did not, however, commence to preach until 184(1, when
he preached his first .sermon in Cummings' mill, in New
Haven, with marked success. He united with the Con-
gregational church while in Palermo, and has since been a
consistent member of that body, and has preached eleven
j'ears, during which time his efforts were crowned with
abundant success. He retired from the ministry on account
of ill health. Mr. Blossom has held many of the offices
of trust in the townships in which he has resided, notably
those of justice of the peace, a.ssessor, supervisor, and in-
spector of common schools, in all of which he gave un-
qualified satisfaction. In 1825 he joined an independent
infantry company, and was gradually promoted to lieuten-
ant-colonel, when he resigned on account of sickness. lie
has been a strong advocate of the temperance cau.se, also
an unrelenting abolitionist. He was a Clinton man in the
troublous canal times, and subsequently an active Republi-
can, who always takes a commendable interest in local politi-
cal affairs.

The result of Mr. Blossom's marriage was a family of
seven children, of whom four survive, namely, — Henrietta,
wife of John Place, of Oswego township; William E., a
resident of Oswego city ; Lucy M., wife of Galen Hall, of
Scriba township; and George D., also of Scriba.

Mrs. Blos.som died July 15, 1875, and her remains are
interred in the Hall cemetery. She was a devoted Christian
lady, a fond wife, and a loving and affectionate mother.
Her death was mourned by a large circle of friends, and
her memory is fondly cherished by her widowed husband
and children.

After retiring from the ministry Mr. Blossom settled in
Oswego city, in 1857, where he engaged in the grocery
business in partnership with Morris Place and his son
William E. He retired from business in 18(!3, and has
since resided in Scriba. Since the death of his devoted
wife, — tlie companion of his early joys and sorrows, and of
his later cares, — he has made his home with his children,
who honor themselves in honoring their aged parent. He
is now calmly awaiting the summons that shall call him to
his reward, and when it comes ( which we trust will be
many years hence) he will depart like one who, having done
his duty, will

" Wrap the drapery of his conch about him,
And lie duwn to pleasant dreams."



HISTORY OF OSWEGO COUNTY, NEW YORK.




PHILO lilRNl



PHILO BURNHAM.



This venerable octogenarian was born in Newark, Greene
county, New York, September 16, 1793. He remained in
his native county pursuing the vocation of a farmer until
nineteen years of age, when he entered the service of the
government as a soldier in the war of 1812. After enduring
many of the hardships incident to the life of a soldier, he
finally became sick, and from Brooklyn Heights returned
to his native county, and did not afterwards enter the
service.

In 1818 he experienced religion, and immediately began
to live the life of an earnest, devoted follower of Christ.
March 4, 1818, he married Sarah Rice, a native of Con-
necticut. Their family consisted of six children, — two
daughters and four sons, — viz. : Alma, born July 9, 1820 ;
Sarah M., born June 23, 1825; John R., born June 24,
1827; Philo H., bora January 1, 1832; Lorin A., born
September 23, 1834; and Charles H., December 9, 1840.
The three latter survive. Philo H. and Charles H. reside
in the town of Scriba, and Lorin A. in Iowa.

Mrs. Burnham died December 15, 1862. March 18,



1864, he united in marriage with Lydia Miner, a native of
Berkshire county, Massachusetts, where she was born No-
vember 22, 1800. Mr. Burnham remained in Greene county
until the year 1827, when he came to this county and located
in the town of Scriba. He followed the business of farming,
and while in active life was considered one of the progressive
agriculturists of the county. As remarked above, he early
sought the Saviour, and lived to see all his children brought
within the fold of the ble.ssed Redeemer of the world. He
ever manifested a deep interest in religious matters, and his
benevolence and Christian bearing have won for him a name
more precious than gold. He has four memberships in the
American Bible Society, and has bequeathed two hundred
and fifty dollars to that society, and two hundred and fifty
dollars to the Home Missionary Society. During sixty years
he has been a faithful member of the Presbyterian or Con-
gregational church. In all human probability his earthly
career is drawing to a close, but he can truthfully say, " I
have fought the good fight, I Lave kept the faith, I have
finished my course ; the victory is mine !"



HISTORY OF OSWEGO COUNTY, NEW YORK.



421



MILITARY RECORD OF SCRIBA.



Geo. W. Burt, 24th Inf. Enl'd June, 1861 ; pro.; disch. 1865.
L. B. Burt, 81st Infantry. Enlisted Oct., 1861 ; disch. Oct., 1864.
Richard Dunn, 24th Cavalry. Enlisted Dec, 1863; disch. 1865.
H. W. Minor, 81st Inf. Eul'd Sept., 1861; pro. Corp.; disch. Sept.,

1864.
Wm. Uorton, 8Ist Inf. Enl'd Sept., 1861; pro. 1st serg. ; wounded;

discharged 1865.
Jonas Stanton, 81st Inf. Enl'd Sept., 1861 ; disch. for disability.
H. D. Du Bois, 81st Inf. Enl'd Sept., 1861 ; re-enl'd; disch. 1865.
D. C. Wright, 184th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1864 ; discharged 1865.
John E. Coe,14Tlh Inf. Enl'd Aug., 1862; promoted; disch. 1865.
Chas. Woolson, 110th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862; discharged 1865.
Alfred E. Coe. Enlisted 1864; discharged Oct., 1864.
C. S. Coe, S4th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1S64; discharged Aug., 1865.
Jas. 11. Coe, 184th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1864; discharged 1865.
Geo. H. Darrow, llOlh Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862; discharged 1865.
Chas. Taylor, 147th Inf. Enl'd Aug., 1862 ; pro. scrg't; disch. 1865.
Amos Taylor, 16th Inf. Enlisted Jan., 1865; discharged 1865.
Jas. A. Darrow, 147th Inf. Enl'd Aug., 1862; pro. serg. ; disch. 1865.
Simeon Cryl, 21st Inf. Enl'd Sept., 1862; pro. serg't; disch. 1865.
John Duel, 98th Inf. Enl'd Nov., 1862; pro. Corp.; disch. 1865.
F.U.Morvin, 184th Infantry. Enlisted Sept., 1864; discharged 1865.
Wm. n. Rose, 24th Cavalry. Enlisted Dec, 1863 ; discharged 1865.
0. M. Coon, 147th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862; discharged 1865.
H. D. Whiting, 21st Inf. Enl'd Apr., 1861 ; disch. 1863, disability.
W. H. Lawton, 81 st Inf. Enlisted Sept, 1861; discharged 1864.
C. H. Burnham, 81st Inf. Enl'd Sept., 1861 ; rc-enl'd; disch. 1865.
Daniel L. Du Bois, 184th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1864 ; discharged 1865.
R. Parkhurst, 184lh Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1864; discharged 1865.
F. Braso, 15th N. C. Enlisted Dec, 1863: discharged 1865.
Ale.\. Gugle, 110th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862; re-enl'd; disch. 1865.

C. 0. Heath, 110th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1861 : discharged 1865.
John Kane, 9th H. Art. Enlisted Dec, 1863; discharged 1865.
M. France, 184th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1864; discharged 1865.
Chas. Holley, 81st Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1861 ; re-enl'd; disch. 1865.
A. A. Coe, 3d Lt. Art. Enlisted Sept., 1864 ; discharged 1865.

F. Coon, 81st Inf. Enl'd Aug., 1861 ; corporal ; discharged 1865.
W. Van Buren, 81st Inf. Enl'd Aug., 1861 ; rc-enl'd; disch. 1865.
Wm. Sherman, lS4th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1864; discharged 1865.
0. S. Fish, 24th Cavalry. Enlisted Dec, 1863; discharged 1865.
M. L. Wright, Infantry. Enlisted Oct., 1861 ; discharged 1865.
Chas. Sceley, 184th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1864; discharged 1865.
M. Freeman, 81st Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1861 ; re-enl'd ; disch. 1865.
John Barton, 24th Inf. Enlisted May, 1861 ; discharged May, 1863.
David Coon, 81st Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1861 ; discharged 1865.
A. Rhinehart, 1st Cavalry. Enlisted Feb., 1861 ; discharged 1865.
Jas. Rinehart, lS4th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1864; discharged 1865.
Chas. Wtbster. Enlisted Aug., 1862; discharged 1865.
Henry Martin, 81st Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1861 ; disch. Sept., 1864.
J. Brotherton, Ist Lt. Art. Enlisted Feb., 1861; discharged 1865.

D. Grenold, 1st Lt. Art. Enlisted Feb., 1864; discharged 1865.
Chas. Merlus, Ist Lt. Art. Enlisted Feb., 1804; discharged 1865.
W. H. Burr, 24th Cavalry. Enlisted Jan., 1864; discharged 1865.
Thos. Taplin, 1841h Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1864; discharged 1865.
C. H. Barker, 147th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862; discharged 1865.
J. H. Doxtater, 147lh Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862; discharged 1865.
Geo. Eaton, 184th Inf. Enlisted 1865; discharged 1865.

Benj. Botern, 9th H. Art. Enlisted Sept., 1864; discharged 1865.
Geo. Cyrenus, 184th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1864; discharged 1805.
C. W. Grenold, 24th Cav. Enlisted Dec, 1863 ; deserted 1865.
Geo. Soper, 184th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1864; disch. 1865.
N. Parkhurst, 33d Inf. Enlisted May, 1861 ; re-enlisted ; disch. 1865.
• Wm. Ormsby, UOth Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862; discharged 1865.
M. Welch, 147th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1802; wounded; disch. 1805.
A. Whitney, 81st Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1861 ; disch. 1865.
Geo. Hall, 184th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1864; sergeant; disch. 1865.
Wm. J. Cole, 12th Cav. Enlisted Aug., 1863 ; discharged 1865.
Chas. Wilkes, 81st Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1862 ; discharged 1865.
Geo. Robarge, 15th Cavalry. Enlisted Dec, 1863; discharged 1865.
Benj. P. Coe, llOth Inf. Enl'd Aug., 1862 ; corp. : disch. 1863, disab.
H. Knight, 81st Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1862; discharged 1865.
C. L. Burnwell, 81st Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1861 ; discharged 1865.



Geo. Burnwell, I84th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1864; discharged 1865.
Geo. D. Blossom, 184th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1864; discharged 1865.

A. L. HincB, 110th Inf. Enl'd Aug., 1862; disch. 1863, disability.

F. Walker, 110th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862; discharged 1865.

J. Peterson, 24lh Cavalry. Enlisted Dec, 1863; discharged 1865.

G. A. Smith, 184th Infantry. Enlisted Aug., 1864; discharged 1865.
Louis Laroy, 81 st Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1861 ; disch. Sept., 1865.

F. Colligan, SIst Inf. Enlisted Aug., 18(11 ; disch. Sept., 1862.
S. Holliday, 184th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1864; discharged 1865.
H. Ncwstead, 81st Inf. Enlisted Jan., 1862; discharged 1865.
Adam Faro, Slst Inf. Enl'd Feb., 1862 ; disch. Feb., 1863, disability.

B. F. Whitford, 157th Inf. Enlisted Feb., 1864; discharged 1865.
Wm. Whitford, 147lh Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862; discharged.

Jos. Baker, 147th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1862 ; discharged Sept., 1865.
F. Pelo, 110th Infantry. Enlisleil Aug., 1862; discharged 1865.
Wm. I. Tabor, 2d II. Art. Enlisted Jan., 1864 ; discharged 1865.
John L. Hines, 147lh Inf. Enlisteil Sept., 1862; discharged 1885.
A. Sparks, 81st Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1862; pro. to serg.; disch. 1865.
Wm. Hull, 2l8t Bat. Enlisted Aug., 1802 ; discharged Aug., 1863.
Frank W. Sparks, 55th Ohio. Enlisted Oct., 1861 ; wounded; disch.

Oct., 1864.
H. D. Dubois, 24th Cav. Enlisted Dec, 1863; discharged 1865.
James Oats, 9th II. Art. Enlisted Jan., 1864 ; discharged 1865.
Michael Oats, 9ih H. Art. Enlisted Jan., 1864 ; discharged 1865.
James Farrel. Enlisted Feb., 1865; discharged 1865.
Wm. Farrel, 193d Art. Enlisted Mar., 1865; discharged 1865.
Michael Hanan, I6lh Reg. Enlisted Feb., 1865; discharged 1865.
John Murphy. Enlisted Oct., 1801 ; discharged Oct., ISO.'i, disability.
Wm. Hanan, 9th H. Art. Enlisted Jan., 1864 ; discharged 1865.
Samuel Frisby. Enlisted Aug., 1862; discharged 1865.
Jos. M. Hull, 81st Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1801 ; discharged 1865.
Chos. C. Hull, Slst Inf. Enlisted March, 1864; discharged 1865.
John' Benson, 2l8t Bat. Enlisted Sept., 1802; discharged 1865.
Samuel Benson, 110th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1864 ; discharged 1865.

D. Du Bois, llOth Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862; discharged 1865.
John W. Du Bois, 184lh Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1864 ; discharged 1865.
Eli Pierce, 184th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1864: discharged 1865.
James Gibbins, 2d II. Art. Enlisted Jan., 1864; discharged 1865.
John Greenman, 2d II. Art. Enlisted Jan., 1864; discharged 1866.
S. C. Bartlett, 184th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1864; discharged 1865.
H. Hubbard, 184(h Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1864; discharged 1865.
Geo. M. Stowcll, 24th Cav. Enl'd Dec, 1863: serg't; disch. 1865.
Milo Sweeting, 16lh Regulars. Discharged 1805.

Wm. Green, 147th Inf. Enlisted Se]>t., 1862; discharged 1865.
Geo. W. Williams, 9th H. Art. Enlisted Dec, 1863; disch. 1864.
Wellington France, 184th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1864; disch. 1865.
Jas. Brookmire, 24th Inf. Enlisted May, 1861 ; discharged 1865.
Chas. H. Smith, UOth Inf. Enl'd Aug., 1862; disch. Nov., 1862, disab.
Benj. Borden, 16th Reg. Enlisted Jan., 1805; discharged 1865.

E. B. Burdick, lS4th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1864; discharged 1865.
Edward Babcock, UOth Inf. Enl'd Aug , 1862 ; pro. ; disch. 1865.
Abel Babcock, 184lh Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1864; discharged 1865.
William Babcock, Slst Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1861 ; discharged 1865.
Smith Merwin, llOth Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862; discharged 1865.
M. A. Flowers, 184th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1864; pro.; disch. 1865.
John Looker, Slst Inf. Enl'd Sept., 1861 : disch. Oct., 1862, disab.
Wm. II. Hall, 10th U. Art. Enlisted Feb., 1864; discharged 1805.
Jas. D. Hamilton, UOth Inf. Enl'd Aug., 1862; serg't; disch. 1863.
Chas. R. Churchill, 9lh II. Art. Enlisted Feb., 1864; disch. 1865.
George L. Rice, 184th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1864; discharged 1865.
David Stone, UOth Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1862; discharged 1865.
Wm. Churchill, Slst Inf. Enl'd Sept., 1861 ; pro. corp.; disch. 1865.
Geo. H. Stone, Slst Inf. Discharged 1865.

Henry H. Hall, 9th H. Art. Enlisted Nov., 1863; discharged 1865.
Benj. G. Sparks, Slst Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1861 ; disch. Sept., 1864.
Amos Allport, 147th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862; promoted ; disch.
Truman King, UOth Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862; discharged 1865.
David Wordcn, UOth Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862 ; discharged 1865.
Daniel Carson, Jr. Enlisted July, 1864; discharged 1865.
Daniel N. Bronson, 4th H. Art. Enlisted Dec, 1S63 ; disch. 1865.
Wesley Madison, 184th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1864; discharged 1865.
Milton Jones, 9lh U. Art. Enlisted Doc, 1803: discharged 1865.
Chas. H. Hall, 21st Battery. Enlisted Aug., 1862 ; discharged 1865.
Loyd Parmiler, 4th H. Art. Enlisted Aug., 1862; discharged 1805.
Jos. Baker, Jr., 24th Cav. Enl'd Dec, 1803; died June 17( 1864.



422



HISTORY OF OSWEGO COUNTY, NEW YORK.



Joseph Pelo, 147th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862; died Feb. 27, 1863.

John H. Simpson, 110th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862 ; pro. to sergeant;
discharged 1S65.

AVm. H. Simpson, 10th H. Art. Enlisted Feb., 1864; diach. 1865.

Robert Simpson, 184th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1864; discharged 1865.

L. 0. S. Madison, 81st Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1861 ; 2d sergeant ; pro-
moted to major; discharged 1865.

Z. Paterson, 110th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862; discharged 1865.

Hiram Madison, 24th Cav. Enlisted May, 1861 ; disch. May, 1863.

M. L. Stearns, 10th Ohio. Enl'd May, 1863 ; disch. Aug., 1863, disab.

John E. Madison, 9th H. Art. Enlisted Jan., 1864; disch. 1865.

Wm. F. Barlow, llOth Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862; discharged 1865.

Benj. F. Madison, 81st Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1861 ; disch. Sept., 1864.

Joel E. Streetcr, lS4th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1864; discharged 1865.

Lucius H. Tompkins, 110th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862 ; disch. 1864.

Jas. W. Parkhurst, 184th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1864; promoted to
captain ; discharged 1865.

Byron B. Parkhurst, 147th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862 ; promoted three
times ; discharged 1865.

A. Decory, I47t* Infantry. Enlisted Aug., 1862; discharged 1865.

Benj. B. Smith, 110th Inf. Enl'd Aug., 1862 ; disch. Dec, 1862 ; disab.

F. Gilbert, 184th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1864; discharged 1865.

L. N. Borden, 9th II. Art. Enlisted Jan., 1863; discharged 1865.

John Sigourney, 147th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862; discharged 1865.

John Sparks, 184th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1864; discharged 1865.

Frank Waugh, 110th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862; pro.; disch. 1865.

Henry Hubbard, 147th Inf. Enl'd Sept., 1862; pro. to capt. ; disch.
1865.

Colon Hall, 147th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1862; discharged 1865.

A. R. Larkin, 184th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1864; discharged 1865.

David Hyatt, 24th Inf. Enlisted May, 1861 ; discharged 1865.

L. I. Hall, 110th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1S62; disch. Dec, 1862, disab.

Herbert Bailey, 12th Regiment. Discharged 1865.

R. M. Davis, 184th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1864; discharged 1865.

Ale.x. Gasett, 147th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1862; discharged 1804.

C. M. Burt, 110th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862 ; died July 17, 1863.

W. H. Wright, 29lh Wis. Enlisted Aug., 1862; died Aug. 11, 1863.

Chas. Coon, 147th Inf. Enlisted Jan., 1864; died June 1, 1864.

F. H. Hamlin, 147th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862 ; died Aug., 1864.

Daniel Gugle, 81st Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1861 ; died Jan. 25, 1864.

Lewis B. Porter, 81st Inf. Enl'd Sept., 1861 ; died March 17, 1862.

Silas Halleck, 147th Inf. Enlisted July, 1862 ; died July 1, 1863.

John Manifold, 59th HI. Enlisted Sept., 1861 ; died March 18, 1863.

J.as. H. Manifold, 97th Dl. Enl'd Aug., 1862; died July 28, 1863.

John H. Coon, 147th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1862 ; died Apr. 2, 1863.

Geo. W. Coon, 147th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862; died Apr. 12, 1863.

Geo. P. Holly, 8l6t Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1861 ; killed at Fair Oaks.

Edgar M. Warren, 110th Inf. Enl'd Aug., 1862; died July 13, 1863.

Wm. Woolworth, 81st Inf. Enl'd Sept., 1802; died Feb. 22, 1863.

Wm. Stevens, 14th Inf. Enlisted Nov., 1862 ; died Aug. 14, 1863.

Chas. Read, 81st Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1861 ; died in rebel prison.

Henry Read, 81st Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1861 ; died May 26, 1864.

Thos. H. Robinson, 9th H. Art. Enl'd Jan., 1864 ; died July 17, 1864.

Frank Welch, Slst Inf. Enlisted Jan., 1862; killed at Cold Harbor.

Giles Read, Slst Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1861 ; died June 5, 1862.

Luther Hall, Slst Inf. Enlisted Jan., 1864; died June 20, 1864.

Wm. Ramsey, 110th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862; died Dec. 6, 1863.

Silas Delong, 20th Inf. Enlisted Feb., 1864 ; died March 10, 1864.



Wm. H. Barnes, Slst Inf. Enlisted Oct., 1861; died Fob. 1, 1864.
Julius Davis, UOth Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862 ; died May 18, 1863.
David Mulligan, 110th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862 ; died Aug. 18, 1863.
Jas. A. Brown, 24th Inf. Enlisted Apr., 1861 ; died Sept. 21, 1862.
Joel A. Baker, 147th Inf. Enl'd Sept., 1S62 ; pro. to capt. ; disch. 1865.
John H. Downs, 2l8t Bat. Enl'd Sept., 1862; pro. to lieut. ; disch.

1864.
Lewis Lafaver, 193d Inf. Enlisted Apr., 1865 ; discharged 1865.
Thos. W. Smith, 184th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1864 ; pro. ; disch. 1865.
Wm. Holmes, 110th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1S62; discharged 1865.
John Dawson, 110th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862; discharged 1865.
Edw. B. Bilkey, 9th II. Art. Enlisted Dec , 1362: discharged 1865.
Wm. E. Long, 9th H. Art. Enlisted Dec, 1862; discharged 1866.
Nelson Wilmot, 193d Inf. Enlisted March, 1865; discharged 1865.
Chas. Goddard, 127th 111. Enlisted July, 1862; discharged 1865.
F. T. Fish, lS4th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1864; discharged 1865.
Wm. D. Gleason, 10th II. Art. Enlisted Feb., 1864; disch. 1865.
Geo. R. Gleason, 16th Reg's. Enlisted Jan., 1865 ; discharged 1866.
Thomas Garity. Enlisted Ajiril, 1865 ; discharged 1865.
Allen Shattuck, 9(h H. Art. Enlisted Jan., 1864; discharged 1865.
Caleb Shattuck, 24th Cav. Enlisted Jan., 1864; discharged 1865.
T. Waugh, 110th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1S62 ; discharged 1865.
Washington Waugh, 110th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862; disch. 1865.
John Waugh, 110th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862; discharged 1865.
John Crosier, 9th H. Art. Enlisted Jan., 1864; discharged 1865.
John Akins, 193d Inf. Enlisted March, 1865; discharged 1865.
John Comer, 123d Inf. Discharged 1865.

L. Merich, 147th Inf. Enl'd Aug., 1863 ; pro. to serg't; disch. 1865.
Oscar Hines, 21st Bat. Enlisted Sept., 1862; discharged 1865.
Joseph Comer, Navy. Twenty months In service.
Patrick Malona, 2d Cavalry.

Wm. Court, 147th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1862; discharged 1865.
Jas. A. Scribner, 147th Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1862 ; died Jan. 3, 1863.
Chas. M. Sheldon, 18th Cav. Enl'd March, 1864 ; died Oct. 17, 1864.
John W. Mullen, 110th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862 ; died Feb. 1, 1863.
John P. Collins, 106th Inf. Enlisted July, 1862; killed in battle,

July 9, 1864.
Benj. B. Hart, 24th Inf. Enlisted May, 1861 ; died Nov. 24, 1862.
E. H. Craft, 110th Inf. Enlisted Aug., 1862 ; died June 15, 1863.
.Tas. Delancey, 24th Cav. Enlisted Jan., 1864 ; died June 17, 1864.
Manville Crooker, Slst Inf. Enl'd Sept., 1861 ; died May 31, 1862.
Wm. H. Taylor. Enlisted Feb., 1864; died March 6, 1864.
Wm. E. Dunham, Slst Inf. Enl'd Sept., 1861 ; killed at Cold Harbor.
Jay Jewitt, Slst Inf. Enlisted Sept., 1862; died Sept. 11, 1864.



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