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Melvin and wife, Henry Cole and wife.

The house of worship was erected and dedicated in 1860.
The present officers are William B. Ellsworth, Wm. Cusack,
and Aaron Keller, trustees; Sanford Willis and Aaron
Keller, stewards ; Rev. L. R. Grant, pastor. Present mem-
bership, forty-six.

The Sunday-school connected with the church has a
membership of sixty teachei-s and scholars. The officers
are J. Y. Wilcox, superintendent ; Miss C. M. Graves,
assistant superintendent ; Miss Eunice Lansing, secretary;
Miss Cora Lansing and Millard Brown, librarians. There
are one hundred volumes in the library.



THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH OP VERMILLION



was organized about 1840, and the church edif
in the neighborhood of thirty years ago. Among the
first members of the society may be mentioned Rev. Asel
Harrington, Benjamin Spencer, D. C. Coe, Burt Harring-
ton, James Harrington, Ezekiel Lewis, and Martin Camp-
bell. The present trustees are Henry Davis, Henry Phil-
lips, and G. P. Sayles.

There is a Sunday-school connected with the church,
having a membership of seventy teachers and scholars.
Superintendent, Henry Davis ; Assistant Superintendent,
John Knowlton ; Secretary, Albert Green.

peat's CORNERS METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.

During the year 1861 the Methodist Episcopal society
at Peat's Corners erected their church. The trustees were
Job Bradford, S. D. Coon, Gilson Goodwin, F. Richardson,
Jr., and A. Scudder. There is at present but one trustee
on file, namely, A. Scudder. Among the first members of
the society were L. Scudder, Sr., and wife, Nathan Miller
and wife, L. Goodwin and wife. Rev. Elijah Munger and wife,
Peter Howe and wife, Joseph Ure and wife, Elom Thomas
and wife, and Andrew Parsons. The present membership
of the church is sixty-eight ; number of members in the
Sabbath-school, fifty-eight. Superintendent, William H.
Eggleston ; Assistant Superintendent, IMrs. Mary Bunn ;
Secretary, Amos Wood.

THE ROOSEVELT METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.

In 1864 the Methodists of Roosevelt and the southeast
part of the town erected a church edifice. The trustees
were A. G. Clark, Lyman Treadwell, and R. T. Harris.
The present trustees are A. G. Clark and R. T. Harris.
The membership of the society is nineteen ; Sunday-school
teachers and scholars, sixty-two. Superintendent, L. D. Har-
ris; Assistant Superintendent, Mrs. Peter Day. Among
the early members were Father Sherman and wife, L. D.
Harris and wife, Chauncey Hamilton and wife, Rufus Har-
ris, and A. G. Clark and wife.

The pastor of these appointments is Rev. L. R. Grant.

We are indebted for information relative to the history
of Palermo to the following-named gentlemen : B. L.
Jennings, David L. Brown, Esq., Isaac N. Lansing, George
Tinker, Esq., Oliver P. Jennings, Almon Mason, Alanson
and Cyrus Graves, John L. Getman, George W. Tooley,
D. C. Burritt, Ezra Green, Esq., and others.



BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES.



ISAAC N. LANSING
was born at Hoosac, Rensselaer county. New York, Novem-
ber 8, 1796. In 1812 his parents removed to Madison, and
two years afterwards his father died, and part of the responsi-
bility of the support of the family fell upon him. In Novem-
ber, 1830, he removed to Oswego County, and settled on the
farm he now occupies in the town of Palermo. On the 8th





Isaac Lansing.



Mrs. Is/iAc LtNsiNG.




RE.SIDZNCZ OF Y/. S . LANSING . fAUffMO, OSVI€GO CO.,N. Y.



1




Dr. Addison Beckwith



Almon Mason.



ll/lffS.LYDIA^ASON.




RES. of a.L. BROWN, PAUff mo. Oswego Co..NY.



HISTORY OF OSWEGO COUNTY, NEW YORK.



of November, 1819, he married Miss Lueretia Wilcox, who
was born at Cazeuovia, Madison countj', New York, April
24, 1803. They had five cliildren, of whom two sons and
one daughter survive, namely, Joseph Fitch, born Septem-
ber 10, 1831, William S., born March 10, 1840, and Sarah
E., born March 25, 1828, now the wife of Benjamin G.
Eaton, of Palermo. The two children deceased were Eunice
L., born July 20, 1820, and Erastus Wilcox, born January
3, 1837.

Mr. Lansing is Republican in politics, although he never
desired or would accept of any office at the hands of his
party. He was recently elected vice-president of the
Oswego County Pioneer society, which he deems a greater
honor than any political preferment. In religion he and
liis estimable wife are members of the Baptist church.

In 1852 Mr. Lansing went to California, and during his
absence liis wife conducted the affairs of the farm in a very
creditable manner, assisted by her sons. He made two sub-
sequent visits to the " Golden State," spending in all five
years therein. One son resides at home, and the other lives
on an adjoining farm. They work mutually, father and
sons, and no dissatisfaction or misunderstanding exists be-
tween them.

Mr. Lansing is now in his eighty-first year, carries his
more than fourscore years well, thanks to a life of modera-
tion and industry. He and his partner of nearly sixty
years are going quietly down the stream of time together,
happy in the memories of the past, and enjoying a lively
hope of future felicity, as promised to those who lead
blameless lives, and do their duties faithfully in the sphere
of life to which it has pleased an all-wise Providence to call
them.



I



ALMON MASON.

[AUTOmOQRAPHY.]

I was born in Fairfield, Herkimer county. New Jersey,
on Monday, May 11, 1795, and resided there until I was
seven years of age. In the year 1802 my father moved
into the town of Warren, in the same county, where he re-
sided until his death, which occurred in 1811. It was here
that I spent my childhood. In an old log school-house
situated on one corner of my fotlier's farm I was taught my
alphabet by an old-fiishioned pedagogue. Though I have
forgotten his name, his looks were so impressed upon my
memory that they are often recalled to mind. I commenced
going to school at the age of eight, and attended quite
steadily until my father's death ; then came the burden of
maintaining the family ; and, as I was the oldest son at home
at the time, I was taken from school to assist in supporting
my mother and four children younger than myself I was
soon called to do duty in the war of 1812, in which I
entered with the Massachusetts militia, under General Ru-
dolph I. Shoemaker, September 14, 1814. The company
was discharged at Sackett's Harbor in November of the
same year. I came home and married Lydia Thomas, who
wasboiti in Herkimer county, November 16, 179G, and who
has lived with me faithfully since the day of our marriage,
September 20, 1815. We commenced housekeeping in a
part of mother's house, and I managed the farm. June



25, 1817, being the forty-first year of our Independence, I
received a commission as ensign in tlie twenty-seventli regi-
ment of infantry of the State militia of New York. In
1822, 1 moved from the homestead farm to Deerfield, Oneida
county, where I kept a hotel until 1825. I then removed to
Richland, Oswego County, — the country at that time being
covered with timber, and very wild, with only here and
there a clearing, wliere some squatter had located. I was
obliged to live in my wagon fourteen days, until I could
get a log house built suitable to live in. 1 lived in the
vicinity of Richland until 1838, when I moved into the
town of Granby, where I remained until 1851. In the
latter year I removed to Palermo, and settled on the place
where I now live. Myself and wife are members of the
Baptist church at Gilbert's Mills, with which we united
soon after coming here.
(See portraits.)



A. Mason.



DAVID L. BROWN, Esq.

David L. Brown was born in the town of Deerfield,
Oneida county. New York, February 2, 1827, five miles
north of Utica. He was reared on a farm, and was early
taught habits of industry and self-reliance. He received
an academic education at Clinton Liberal institute and
Whitestown seminary. On the 5th of April, 1855, ho
married Miss Hannah F. Harris, of Florence, Oneida
county, New York, and on the 20th of the same month
and year removed to Volney, Oswego County. After a
residence of four years in that town he removed to Palermo,
where he still resides. In early life Mr. Brown taught
school, and was quite successful in that laudable calling.
He has always been a warm friend of the cause of educa-
tion. He now resides on a farm of eighty acres of land
on the road leading from Denton's to Getman's Corners,
which farm he keeps in a high state of cultivation.

Mr. Brown is a justice of the peace, which office he has
held for ten years. In the administration of the legal
business that comes before him he always renders an im-
partial decision ; hence, as a justice, he enjoys the confidence
of the community. In 1870-71 ho served his township
on the board of supervisors to the general satisfaction of his
constituents.

He and his amiable wife are members of the Methodi.st
Episcopal church of Denton's Corners, and are generally
considered consistent Christians, and a worthy couple in
every respect. Tliey have a family of five children, upon
whose bringing up they bestow a great deal of care and
parental affection. (See illustration.)



MILITARY RECORD OF PALERMO.*

Stqihcn N. Vickcry. Enlisteil in Co. K, 184th Inf., Aug. SO, 18fi4;

(lisch. June 29, 186.5.
Dennis Vickcry. Enlisted in Co. C, IGth Regt., Dec, 1863.
Andrew J. Taylor. Enlisted in Co. C, 16th Regt., Dec, 1863.
Edward Willis. Enlisted in Co. K, 181th Inf., Aug. 2a, 1864; disch.

June 29, 1865.



oj.ied from tht



HISTORY OF OSWEGO COUNTY, NEW YORK.



Chas. E. Beers. Enlisted as private in Co. G, 81st Rog. Inf., Sept. 24,

1861 ; promoted to sergt. ; in nineteen battles; lost left leg before

Petersburg.
Jos. Hager. Enlisted as oorp. in Co. K, 81st Inf., Aug. 31, 1861 ; was

in three battles ; wounded at Cold Harbor; died Juno 4, 1804.
Marshall E. Beers. Enlisted in Co. I, 24th Cav., Doc. 21, 1866 ; died

March 29, 1865.
John Backus. Enlisted in Co. E, 110th Inf., Aug. S, 1862; died at

New Orleans.
Oscar McQueen. Enlisted in Co. F, 147th Inf., Sept. 5, 1S64; disch.

Juno 29, 1865.
Horace J. Bing. Enlisted in Co. I, 24th Cav., Deo. 21, 1863; died

June 28, 1864.
Amasa Hall. Enl'd as sergt. in Co. B, 147th Inf., Aug. 28, 18G2 ; was

in several battles, and was wounded in the head at Gettysburg.
Adelbert C. Hall. Enlisted in Co. B, 147th Inf., Aug. 28, 1862; was

instantly killed at the battle of Gettysburg, July 1, 1863.
Augustus Thiebeau. Enlisted as sergt. in Co. I, 24lh Cav., Dec. 21,

1863; was in battle of Petersburg; wounded in left leg.
Adam Dennis. Enlisted in 2d Bat., 4Sth Reg., Sept. 10, 1861 : was in

thirteen battles.
Jas. A. Wilson. Enlisted in Co. G, 6th V. R. C, Deo. 21, 1863 ; in the

battle near Camp Stevenson; diseh. Aug. 5, 1865.
Hubbard S. Temple. Enl'd in Co. E, 110th Inf., Aug. 8, 1862 ; died

at Baton Rouge.
Joseph E. Preston. Enl'd as corp. in Co. E, UOth Inf., Aug. 8, 1862;

disch. Aug. 31, 1865.
Wm. C. Gilson. Enlisted in Co. E, llOth Inf., Aug. 9, 1862; disch.

Aug. 31, 1865.
Thos. Clark. Enlisted in Co. E, 9th H. Art, Aug. 5, 1863; was in

several battles; diseh. July 7, or thereabouts.
David H. Holmes. Enlisted in Co. G, 81st Inf., Nov., 1861 : disch.

Nov., 1864.
Charles C. Holmes. Enl'd in Co. K, 149th Inf., Aug., 1862; died of

wounds received at Gettysburg, July 31, 1863.
Jeremiah Lupp. Enl'd in Co. F, 81st Inf, Dec, 1861; wounded in

the battle of the Wilderness.
Wm. Lupp. Enlisted in Co. E, 110th Inf., Aug. 7, 1862 ; disch. Aug.

31, 1S65.
Romsford Lupp. Enlisted in Co. E, 24th Cav., Dec. 21, 1863 ; was in

seven battles; discharged March 15, 1865.
Lorenzo W. Burt. Enlisted in Co. B, 9th V. R. C, Aug. 8, 1862 ; dis-
charged June 26, 1865.
John F. James. Enl'd in Co. E, 24th Inf., Apr. 20, 1861 ; in si.x bat-
tles ; disch. for disab., Oct., 1862 ; re-enl'd in Co. K, H. Art., Dec.

26, 1863; served through ten engagements.
Zaohariah Clark. Enlisted in Co. K, H. Art., Dec. 26, 1863; in two

battles; died July, 1864.
Elijah Brownall. Ealisted in Co. F, 147th Inf., Aug. 22, 1362 ; was

in Gettysburg, and with Gen. Grant durin; his last campaign.
George Button. Enlisted in Co. F, 147th Inf., Aug. 23, 1862; died

Deo. 21, 1862.
Austin D. Panglum. Enlisted in Co. F, 147th Inf., Aug. 26, 1862;

in sev. battles; dis. Dec. 18, 1863, on aocouat of sickness.
Thomas Warner. Enlisted in Co. F, 147th Inf., Aug. 23, 1862; at

ChaneellorsviUe; dis. June 7, 1865.
Sylvester Auringor. Enl'd in Co. H, 147th Inf., Aug. 27, '62 ; missing.
Seymour Smith. Enlisted as sergt. in Co. I, 24th Cav., Dec. 21, 1863;

in several battles; discharged June, 1865.-
Wm. E. Collins. Enlisted as private in Co. E, 110th Inf., Aug. 7,

1862; died Aug. 19,1863.
Clinton Owen. Enlisted as private in Co. E, 110th Inf., Aug. 15,

1862: in ChaneellorsviUe; dis. Aug. 31, 1865.
Judson B. Wyant. Enliste 1 as sergt. in Co. I, 2ith Cav., Dec. 21,

1863; in several battles; discharged March 16, 1865.
Wm. McCumber. Enlisted as private in Co. I, 21th Cxv., De?. 21,

1863; in several battles; dis. June, 1S65.
Sylvanus D. Wilsou. Enlisted as private in Co. G, 1st L. Art., Sept.

11, 1861 ; in sev. battles; dis. Feb. 12, 1864; re-cnl'd same day.
Honry B. Mayo. E.ilisted as private in Co. H, U7th Inf., Aug. 25,

1862; killed at Gettysburg, July 1, 1S63.
Matthew C. Danforth. Enlisted as private in Co. H, SIst Inf., Dec.

14, 1861.
Horace H. Snow. Enlisted as private in Co. E, 110th Inf, Aug. 8,
1862; in two battles: discharged Aug. 31, 1805.



George W. Snow. Enlisted as private in Co. E, 110th Inf., Aug. 9,

1862; died March 25, 1863.
Joseph Pagiot. Enlisted as private in Cu. E, 4th H. Art., Nov., 1861

served three years.
Bradley S. Joiee. Enlisted as eorp. in Co. B, 7th Cav., Sept. 13,

1861 ; re-enlisted April 10, 1862; was in two battles.
Lyman Spencer. Enlisted as private in Co. E, 59th Inf., Sept. 23,

1861 ; discharged April 21, 1862.
Wm. A. Smith. Enlisted as 2d lieut. in Co. E, llOth Inf, Aug. 29,

1862 ; dis. Feb. 28, 1863, for disability ; re-cnl'd as private in Co.

I, 184th Inf., Sept. 5, 1864: discharged June 29, 1865.
Leonard Smith. Enlisted as eorp. in Co. E, 110th Inf., Aug. 6, 1862 ;

in several battles; discharged June 1, 1865.
George Lord. Enlisted as private in Co. I, 184th Inf., Aug. 24, 186 i.
Albert E. Andrews. Enlisted as private in Co. E, 59th Inf., Sept.

26, 1861 ; discharged Dec. 5, 1864.

Thomas Johnson. Enlisted as private in Co. I, 24th Cav., Deo. 21,

1863; discharged June, 1865.
Eli Cobb. Enlisted as corp. in Co. H, 18tth Inf., April 29, 1861;

was in four battles: re-enl'd as eorp. in Co. I, 184th Inf., Sept.

5, 1864; discharged May 29, 1865.
Eli D. Babcoek. Enlisted as sergt. in Co. E, 59th Inf., Oct. 3, 1861 ;

in several battles; dis. Dec. 28, 1863: re-enl'd as sergt. in Co. B,

59th Inf., Dee. 28, 1863; pro. to sergt.-major July 3. 1863.
Lester Hastings. Enlisted as private in Co. E, 59th Inf., Sept. 26,

1861 ; dis. in 1864.

Joseph B. Joico. Enlistelas private in Co. E, 59th Inf, Oct. 1, 1801.
George Church. Enlisted as private in Co. F, 147th Inf, Aug. 25,

1862 ; killed at Gettysburg.

Edgar F. Morris. Enlisted as ord.-sergt. in Co. C, 101st Inf., Sept.

21, 1861 ; in several battles; wounded in the hip at 2d Bull Run ;

dis. Deo. 12, 1862 ; re-enl'd as 1st lieut. in Co. I, 101st Inf., Sept.

16, 1864; dis. June 29, 1865.
John M. Flint. Enlisted as drummer in Co. I, 184th Inf., Aug. 31,

1864; dis. June 29, 1865.
Harvey 0. Flint. Enlisted as 2d lieut. in Co. F, 147th Inf., Sept. 16,

1862; died Nov. 23, 1862.
Alexander Flint. Enlisted as private in Co. F, 3d L. Art., Aug. 14,

1863; deserted.
Adelbert Penner. Enlisted as private in Co. K, 9lh H. Art., Dec. 20,

1863; killed July 9, 1864.
Andrew J. Penner. Enlisted as private in Co. H, 24th Inf., Apr. 28,

1861; served through thirteen battles; dis. May 29. 1801; re-
enl'd as private in Co. G, 15th Cav., Aug. 4, 1803 ; served through

fourteen battles; dis. Aug. 9, 1805.
Alvin B. Flint. Enlisted as corp. in Co. I, 24th Cav., Dec. 7, 1863 ;

wounded at Petersburg; dis. July 19, 1865.
Ransom G. Ball. Enlisted as sergt. in Co. D, 147th Inf., Aug. 22,

1862 ; served in seventeen battles; wounded at Gettysburg ; dis.

Aug. 2, 1865.
Wm. U. Forsyth. Enlisted as private in Co. I, 184th Inf, Aug. 29,

1864; dis. June 15, 1865.
Willard Ure. Enlisted as sergt. in Co. F, 147th Inf., Aug. 27, 1862 ;

wounded at Gettysburg; dis. June 2, I860.
Earl G. Prowly. Enlisted as musician in Co. A, 81st Inf., Sept. 12,

1861; served two and a half years ; re-enl'd Jan. 1, 1864; served

in fifteen battles ; dis. Sept. .3, 1865.
Daniel W. Hart. Enlisted as private in Co. E, 110th Inf, Aug. 9,

1862; served in throe battles.
Albert Ure. Enlisted as 2d lieut. in Co. E, UOth Inf., Aug. 7, 1862 ;

taken pris. at Port Hudson; dis. Aug. 31, 1865.
Alonzo R. Raymond. Enlisted as private in Co. I, lS4th Inf, Aug.

27, 1864; dis. June 29, 1865.

Lucellus E. Loomis. Enlisted as private in Co. I, 184th Inf. Aug.

27, 1864; dis. June 29, 1865.
Walford Sweetland. Enlisted as sergt. in Co. E, 110th Inf., Aug. 7,

1862; dis. Aug. 20, 1865.
James Sweetley. Enlisted as corp. in Co. I, 184th Inf, Aug. 29,

1864 ; dis. June 27, 1865.
Pelson Alsaver. Enlisted as private in Co. I, 184th Inf., Aug. 27,

1864; dis. June 29, 1864.
Martin Mason. Drafted as private in Co. I, 64th Inf., Aug., 1803 ;

taken prisoner and died from ill-treatment.
Elisha Robbins. Enlisted as private in Co. I, 184th Inf., Aug. 29,

1864 ; died June 15, 1864.



HISTORY OF OSWEGO COUNTY, NEW YORK.



323



Charles Brownell. Enlisted as corp. in Co. F, 147th Inf., Aug. 18,
1SC2; killed at battle of the AVildeincss, May 6, 1804.

Harvey Powers. Enlisted as Corp. in Co. E, 110th Inf., Aug. 8, 'f)2 ;
in battle; dis. Aug. 20, 1865.

Charles C. Loomis. Enlisted as private in Co. I, l.'^lth Inf., Aug.

29, 1864; dis. June 29. 1865.

Clayton A. Loomis. Enlisted as private in Co. I, 110th Inf., Ang.

11, 1SG2: wounded at Port Hudson; died at sea, Sept. 11, 1863.
Eugene Cole. Enlisted as corporal in Co. I, 184lh Inf., Aug. 26,

1864; discharged June 29, 1805.
William A. Cole. Enlisted as private in Co. F, ,1d Light Art., Aug.

14, 1S63 ; discharged July 24, 1865.
Joseph Alley. Enlisted as private in Co. C, 161st Inf., Sc)it. 14, 1861 ;

discharged September 14, 1864.
Elbert Mason. Enlisted as private in Co. B, 184th Inf., Aug. IS, 1SB4;

in battles of Shenandoah valley.
Ira Markcs. Enlisted as private in Co. B, 147lh Inf., Sept., 1862 ;

discharged June, 1864.
Jerome B. Davis. Enlisted as private in Co. B, 12th Art., March,

1864; in three battles ; wounded twice at Petersburg.
Thias Brngle. Enlisted as private in Co. 1, 184th Inf., Sept. 5, 1864 ;

died in Syracuse.
Jerome W. Goodwin. Enlisted as private in Co. K, 9th Art., Dec.

30, 186:): in several battles; lost at sea, April 1, 1865.
Marshall D. Purdy. Enlisted as private in Co. G, 81st Inf., Sept. 17,

1861 ; served in several battles; re-enlisted Feb. 26, 1864; killed

at Petersburg.
Henry Drake. Enlisted as private in Co. B, 147th Inf., August 22,

1862; discharged July 12, 1863; re-enlisted in Co. D, 24th Cav.,

April 16, 1864: served in fifteen battles;* disch. July 29, 1865.
Jonathan D. Hungerford. Enlisted as corporal in Co. I, 184th Inf.,

Aug. 26, 1864; discharged June 29, 1865.
Daniel Gilmnn. Enlisted as private in Co. D, 16th Kegular Inf.,

February 27, 1864; died October 1, 1864.
John II. Stoke. Enlisted as private in Co. C, 16th Regular Inf., Mar.

28, 1864; killed at Chattanooga.

David HolUnbeck. Enlisted as private in Co. A, 9th Art., Jan'y 5,

1864; discharged April, 1864.
William H. Bellchamber. Enlisted as private in Co. I, 184th Inf.,

September 1, 1864; discharged June 29, 1865.
Cornelius L. Woolsey. Enlisted as corporal in Co. I, 184th Inf., Aug.

29, 1864; mustered out June 29, 1865.

Nelson McDonald. Enlisted as private in Co. I, 184th Inf , Aug. 27,

1864; discharged June 29, 1865.
Charles H. Hastings. Enlisted as private in Co. E, 24th Cav., Dec.

28, 1863 ; discharged May 7, 1864.
David W. Spencer. Enlisted as private in Co. F, 1 47th Inf., Aug.

30, 1862 ; discharged February, 1863.

Franklin 0. Spencer. Enlisted as private in Co. E, 24th Inf., April,

1861 ; discharged May 17, 1863.

Jonathan Sherman, Jr. Enlisted as private in Co. I, 184th Inf.,

April 5, 1864: discharged June 29, 1865.
Frederick Hills. Enlisted as private in Co. E, 110th Inf., August 7,

1862 ; discharged August 20, 1865.

Jarvis Dryer. Enlisted as sergeant in Co. E, 59th Inf., Sept. 20, 1861 ;
promoted three times: discharged Nov. 14, 1862; re-enlisted as
private, Co. I, 184th Inf., Sept. 1, 1864: disch. June 29, 1805.

William P. Derry. Enlisted as private in Co. F, 147th Inf., Aug. 9,
1862; promoted to corjioral, Nov. 25, 1863; wounded; disch.
Aug. 28, 1865.

Josejdi Dolbear. Enlisted as corporal, in Co. F, 147th Inf., Aug. 23,
1862; killed at the battle of Gettysburg, July 1, 1863.

Martin Van B. Richardson. Enlisted as private, Co. F, 147th Inf.
August 12, 1862; wounded at battle of Gtttysburg; discharged
October 21, 1863.

James P. Sackett. Enlisted in Co. I, lS4th Inf., Aug. 14, ISGl : dis-
charged June 29, 1865.

Ebcn H. Duell. Enlisted in Co. E, 110th Inf, Aug. 9, 1864; disch.
Aug. 28, 1865.

Francis Loomis. Enlisted in Co. B, 147th Inf, Aug. 22, 1862; dis-
charged May 12, 1865.

Stephen G. Babcock. Enlisted in Co. E, 184th Inf., .'^cpt. 5, 1S64;
died September 27, 1864.

Martin Bates. Enlisted as corporal in Co. D, lUUh Inf., Aug. 8,
1862; discharged Aug. 28, 1865.



Poison D. Bates. Enlisted as scrgt. in Co. K, gist Inf., Sept. 5, 1861 ;
served in several battles; re-enlisted as sergt., Co. K, 81st Inf.,
Jan'y 1, 1864: through eighteen or twenty battles: discharged
August 31, 1865.

Jonathan D. Wright. Enlisted in Co. I, ISllh Inf., Aug. 27, 1S64 ;
discharged Juno 29, 1865.

William K. Wright. Enlisted in Co. I, 184th Inf., Aug. 21, 1804:
discharged June 29, 1865.

Roland H. Sweet. Enlisted in Co. E, 110th Inf., Aug. 7, 1862 ; killed
by shell, Nov. 11, 1863, at Verniilionville, La.

Arvis B. Sweet. Enlisted in Co. E, 110th Inf., Aug. 7, 1862; dis-
charged Aug. 28, 1864.

John W. Sweet. Enlisted in Co. I. 184lh Inf., Aug. 22, 1864; dis-
charged Juno 29, 1865.

Henry A. Sweet. Enlisted in Co. I, 184th Inf., Aug. 22, 1S6I ; dis-
charged Juno 29, 1865.

George E. Sweet. Enlisted in Co. I, 184th Inf., Aug. 22, 1864; dis-
charged June 29, 1865.

John Chestley. Enlisted in Co. I, 24th Cav., August 23, 1863; died
November 30, 1 864.

Thomas J. Chestley. Enlisted in Co. I, llOlh Inf, August 25, 1862 ;
died July 20, 1863.

John M. AViltse. Enlisted in Co. F, 147th Inf., Aug. 2.'). 1S62: did
June 30, 1865.

Anderson G. Goodwin. Enlisted in Co. K, 3d Light Art., August 4,
1863; discharged June 24, 1865.

Lafayette Hanchett. Enlisted as scrg't in 81st Inf., Sept. 10, 1861 ;
served at Fair Oaks ; died of typhoid fever, June 15, 1862.

Philander S. Fuller. Enlisted in Co. 1, 184th Inf., Sept. 1, 1864 ; dis-
charged Juno 29, 1865.

George Bohanan. Enlisted in Co. A, 110th Inf., Aug. 7, 18(12: dis-
charged August 28, 1865.

Cassius V. Snyder. Enlisted in Co. F, 81st Inf., Oct. 23, 1861 ; dis-
charged August 24, 1864.

Gilbert L. Fletcher. Enlisted in Co. I, 110th Inf., Aug. 12, 1862;
discharged September 1, 1865.

Gilbert B. Mace. Enlisted in Co. F, 147th Inf, Scj.t. 2, 1862 ; j.ro-
moted 1st lieut. ; killed at Gettysburg.

Lucian Moss. Enlisted in Co. A, 110th Inf., Aug. 7, 1862: wounded
and taken prisoner at Port Hudson ; died July 6, 1863.

Leonard Gault. Enlisted in Co. A, UOth Inf., Aug. 7, 1862: died of
fever at Port Hudson, July, 1863.

Charles C. Barker. Enlisted in Co. A, 193d Inf., March 30, 1863;
discharged July 31, 1865.

Warren Barrett. Enlisted in Co. D, 110th Inf., Aug. 11, 1802; dis-
charged September 1, 1865.

Sylvester Copeland. Enlisted in Co. E, llOlh Inf., August 8, 1862 ;
discharged July, 1863.

Alonzo Ellis. Enlisted in Co. F, 147th Inf, Aug. 26, 1862; died
February 12, 1862.

William Edmonds. Enlisted as serg't in Ci. F, 147th Inf., Aug. 26,
1862: wounded at Gettysburg, July 1,1863; died Sept. 17, '63.

Martin Wheeler. Enlisted in Co. K, 8lst Inf., Nov. 31, 1862; dis-
charged May, 1863.

Levi L. Gillman. Enli.sted as serg't in Co. K, 81st Inf., August 16,
1861; served in several battles; rc-enlisted as scrgt., Jan'y 1,
1864: taken prisoner, Oct. 27, 1864; in Libby and Salisbury;
discharged Septcniber 18, 1865.

David Slanson. Enlisted in Co. I), 184th Inf., August, 1865; disch.
June 29, 1865.

Peter Lamay. Enlisted in Co. D, 24th Inf., May 2, 1861 ; wounded at



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