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alry June 23, 1865, the consolidated force being known as
the 3d New York Provisional Cavalry ; and mustered out,
in accordance with orders from the War Department, Sep-
tember 21, 1865. Among its engagements were Aldie,
Fairfax Station, Centreville, Culpepper, and Piedmont.

FIFTEENTH CAVALRY.

This regiment was organized at Syracuse, N. Y., to serve
three years, and was composed of men from the counties of



Onondaga, Ontario, Orange, Oneida, Chautauqua, Cattarau-
gus, Genesee, Tompkins, and Erie. Companies A, K, and
M were partly raised in Oneida County. The men were
mustered in from August 8, 1863, to January 14, 1864.
The regiment was consolidated with the 6th New York
Cavalry, June 16, 1865, the consolidated force being
known as the 2d New York Provisional Cavalry, which
was mustered out August 9, 1865, in accordance with or-
ders from the War Department.

TWENTIETH CAVALRY.

This regiment, familiarly known as the " McClellan Cav-
alry," was organized at Sacket's Harbor, N. Y., to serve
three years. The companies composing it were raised in
the counties of Jefferson, Lewis, St. Lawrence, Oswego,
Onondaga, Oneida, and Albany, and were mustered in from
September 3 to 30, 1863. They were mustered out July
31, 1865, in accordance with orders from the War Depart-
ment. Companies A, G, I, and M contained men from
Oneida County.

TWENTY-SECOND CAVALRY.

Companies B, C, E, and M, of this regiment, were partly
from Oneida County. The 22d was organized at Roches-
ter, N. Y., for three years, and raised principally in the
counties of Monroe, Erie, Chautauqua, Livingston, Steuben,
Onondaga, Orleans, Wayne, Chenango, Delaware, and Ot-
sego.- It was mustered into service in February, 1864, and
mustered out August 1, 18G5, in accordance with orders
from the War Department.

TWENTY-FOURTH CAVALRY.

This regiment was organized at Auburn, N. Y., for
three yeara. Companies B, F, L, and M were from Oneida
County, and the balance were raised in the counties of Os-
wego, Erie, Monroe, Chemung, Oneida, Otsego, Ontario,
Onondaga, Livingston, and Albany. The regiment was
mustered in during January, 1864; consolidated with the
10th New York Cavalry, June 17, 1865, and known as
the 1st New York Provisional Cavalry ; and mustered out,
in accordance with orders from the War Department, July
19, 1865. Its battles were the Wilderness, Spottsylvania,
Guinea Station, North Anna, Tolopotomy, Bethesda
Church, Cold Harbor, Petersburg, Cemetery Hill, Weldon
Railroad, Ream's Station, Peebles' Farm, Vaughan Road,
and Bellefield.

ONEIDA (independent COMPANY) CAVALRY.

This company, commanded by Captain D. P. Mann, was
raised and organized at Oneida, Madison Co., N. Y., for
three years, and contained a few men from Oneida County.
It was mustered in Sept. 4, 1861, and at the expiration of
its term of service the original members, except veterans,
were mustered out, while the veterans and recruits were
retained until June 13, 1865, when they were mustered
out in accordance with orders from the War Department.

FIRST regiment MOUNTED RIFLES.

This body was organized at Now York City, for three
years, the companies composing it being raised in the State



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at large. Oaeida County was represented in Companies Q
and L. The regiment was mustered in from August 31,
1861, to September 9, 1862. The original members, except
veterans, were mustered out at the expiration of their terms
of service, and the organization, composed of veterans and
recruits, was consolidated with the 3d N. Y. Cavalry, July
21, 1865, the consolidated force being known as the 4th
New York Provisional Cavalry. The command was mus-
tered out November 29, 1865.

FIRST ARTILLERY.

This regiment was organized at Elmira, N. Y., for three
years, the companies composing it being raised in the
counties of Oswego, Oneida, Onondaga, Chemung, Steuben,
Monroe, Wayne, Brie, Niagara, Jefferson, St. Lawrence,
Lewis, and Herkimer. It was mustered in from August
30 to November 19, 1861. The 14th New York Inde-
pendent Battery was assigned to this regiment September
7, 1863. On the expiration of its term of service the
original members, except veterans, were mustered out, and
the organization, composed of veterans and recruits, retained
in service. The regiment was finally mustered out by
batteries, in accordance with orders from the War Depart-
ment. Battery A, containing men from Oneida County,
was mustered out June 28, 1865.

SECOND AB.TILLERT.

This regiment was organized in New York City, for
three years. The companies composing it were raised prin-
cipally in the counties of New York, Oneida, and Herki-
mer. It was mustered in from Aug. 22, 1861, to Deo. 12,
1863. At the expiration of its term of service the origi-
nal members, except veterans, were mustered out, and the
veterans and recruits retained in the service. They were
consolidated into eight companies, and on the 27th of June,
1865, four companies of the 9th New York Artillery were
transferred to this regiment. The consolidated force was
mustered out Sept. 29, 1865, in accordance with orders
from the War Department. Its battles were Second Bull
Run, Norih Anna, Spottsylvania, Tolopotomy, Cold Har-
bor, Petersburg, Strawberry Plains, Deep Bottom, New
Market Road, Charles City Cross-Roads, Ream's Station.

THIRD ARTILLERY.

This regiment, originally the 19th Infantry, was raised
at Auburn, N. Y., and mustered in. May 22, 1861, for two
years. It was reorganized as the 3d Artillery, Jan. 31,
1862. On the expiration of its term of service the original
members, except veterans, were mustered out, and the
organization, consisting of veterans and recruits, retained
in service. The 24th Battery Was assigned to this regiment
as Company L, March 5, 1865. The regiment was mus-
tered out by batteries from June 22, to July 29, 1865, in
accordance with orders from the War Departnisnt. Com-
pany H was partly composed of men from Oneida County.

THIRTEENTH ARTILLERY.

This regiment was organized in New York City for three
years. Company Gr contained men from Oneida County •
the balance were from the State of New York at lar^e and
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were mustered in from August, 1863, to September, 1864.
The organization was consolidated into a battalion of five
companies, and transferred to the 6th New York Artillery,
June 27, 1865. The consolidated force was mustered out
August 24, 1865, in accordance with orders from the War
Department.

FOURTEENTH ARTILLERY.

This body was organized at Rochester, N. Y., for three
years, and contained a considerable number of men from
Oneida County, the remainder being from the counties of
Monroe, St. Lawrence, Jefferson, Lewis, Steuben, Living-
ston, and Cattaraugus. Regiment mustered in from August
29 to Deo. 17, 1863 ; mustered out Aug. 26, 1865, in
accordance with orders from the War Department. Bat-
tles, — Spottsylvania, Petersburg, Weldon Railroad, Poplar
Spring Church, Cold Harbor, Hatcher's Run.

SIXTEENTH ARTILLERY.

Raised and organized in the State of New York at large ;
mustered in from Sept. 28, 1863, to Jan. 28, 1864 ; mus-
tered out Aug. 21, 1865, in accordance with orders from
the War Department. Men from Oneida County in Com-
panies A, C, D, E, H, and I.



ROSTER OF SOLDIERS.



HTH INFANTRY (NEW YORK STATE VOITTNTEEES).
FIELD AND STAFF AND LINE 0FFICEE3.

COLONEL.

JameB McQuade, com. June 20, 1861; brer, maj.-gen. U. S. Y.; must, out with
regt. May 24, 1863.

LIEUTENANT-COLONELS.

Charles A. Johnson, not mustered.

Chai-leB Skillin, com. June 24, 1861 ; killed at Gaines' Mills, Ta., June 27, 1862.

Thomas M. Davios, com. July 21, 1862 ; must, out with regt. May 24, 18G3.

MAJORS.

Charles B. Young, com. June 24, 1861 ; res. Nov. 28, 1861.

Lewie Michaels, com. July 21, 1862; breT. lt.-col. U. S. Y.; must, out with regt.
May 24, 1803.

AUJDTANTS.

John F. McQuade, com. July 4, 1861 ; res. Sept. 28, 1862.

Thomas Manning, com Jan. 17, 1863 ; must, out with regt. May 24, 1863.

QUABTERU ASTERS.

Thomas H. Bates, com. July 4, 1861 ; res. July 20, 18B2.
■William Broadhead, com. Dec. 2, 1861 ; must, out with regt.

BUROEON.

Alonzo Churchill, com. July 4, 1861 ; must, out with regt.

ABBISTANT SUBQEONS.

Joseph E. West, com. July 4, 1861 ; pro. to surg. 28th N. T. V., Nov. 18, 1862.
Samuel Ingraham, com. Jan. 17, 1863; must, out with regt.
Philip W. Shufelt, com. Aug. 18, 1862; must, out with regt.

CHAPLAIN.

Charles E. Hewes, com. July 4, 1861 ; disch. Oct. 1, 1862.

CAPTAINS.

Alfred Sears, com. Jan. 17, 1862; res. July 12, 1862.

John Stryber, Jr., com. Oct. 10, 1862; must, out with regt.

William R. Brazie, com. July 4, 1861 ; res. Feb. 26, 1862.

George T. HoUingworth, com. March 27, 1862 ; disch. Dec. 31, 1862.

William A. Rowan, com. May 19, 1863; not must, as captain.

Frederick Harrar, com. July 4, 1861 ; died at Savage Station of wounds received

at Gaines' Mills, July 13, 1862.
Fayette M. Butler, com. Oct. 10, 1862 ; must, out with regt.
Michael McQuade, Jr.; not must, as capt.
William L. Cowan, com. July 4, 1861; roust, out with regt.
Robert H. Foote, com. Oct 10, 1862 ; must, out with regt.



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HISTOET OF ONEIDA COUNTY, NEW YOKK.



Charles F. MiiUer, com. July 4, 1861 ;miiat. out with regt.
John J, Babcock, com. July 4, 1861 ; res. May 15, 1862.
Edward Warr, com, June 10, X862 ; must, out with regt.
Samuel E. Thompson, com. July 4, 1861 ; diech. May 12, 1862.
Henry Goss, com. June 10, 1862 ; must, out with regt.
Horace R. Lahee, com. July 4, 1861 ; must, out with regt.
Wm. H. Seymour, com. July 4, 1S61 ; muat. out with regt.

FIRST LIEUTENANTS.

George W. Cone, com. July 4, 1861 ; res. April 3, 1862.

Stirling W. Hazen, com. June 10, 1862; must, out with regt.

Rufus Daggert, com. July 4, 1861 ; res. Dec, 4, 1861.

John C. Farrar, com. March 27, 1862 ; res. Sept. 23, 1862.

Alfred B. Gruuwell, com. Nov. 7, 1862 ; must, out with regt.

Joseph Smith, com. July 4, 1861 ; res. Jan. 23, 1862.

Wm. Rautenherg, com. Feb. 24, 1862 ; res. April 27, 1862.

Edward H. Lloyd, com. June 10, 1862; killed at Malvern Hill, Va., July 1,

1862.
Philip D. Alfater, com. July 21, 1862 ; must, out with regt.
Roderick J. Cautwell ; not mustered.
Delos Crftmor, com. Oct. 10, 1862.

George E. Gee, com. March 19, 1863 ; must, out with regt.
William H. Ellis, com. Oct. 10, 1862 ; must, out with regt.
William A. Rowan, com. July 4, 1861: must, out with regt.
Peter Reddan, com. May 19, 1863 ; not mustered.
Seth B. Walworth, com. July 4, 1861 ; res. Feb. 6, 1862.
Wm. D. Bowers, com. Oct. 10, 1862 ; must, out with regt.
Ed. E. Coatesworth, com. June ID, 1862; disch. Sept. 4, 1863.
Michael McQuade, Jr., com. Oct. 10, 1862; must, out with regt.
Geo. W. Bartlett, com. July 4, 1861 ; res. Dec. 11, 1861.
Rutger D. Crocker, com. Dec. 23, 1861 ; res. Jan. 21, 1R62.
J. Augustus Curry, com. Feh. 7, 1862; res. Oct. 11, 1862.
James Miller, com. Jan. 17, 1863; Brevet Capt. U. S. Vols.; must, out with

regt.
Leman ly. Bradley, com. July 4, 1861 ; disch. Sept. 23, 1861 .
CathrinuB B. Mar-\ine, com. Nov. 11, 1861 ; pro. to capt. and A. A. G., Ang. 11,

1862.
Albert G. Spencer, com. Nov. 7, 1862 ; must, out with regt.

SECOND LIEUTENANTS.

Augustus G. Bice, com. Dec. 23, 1861; pro. to capt., 92d N. T. Vols,, Jan. 8,

1862.
William A.Gibhs, com. Feb. 24, 1862; res. July 28, 1862.
Hugh Duffy, com. Jan. 17, 1863 ; must, out with regt.
Jami'S S. Reynolds, com. Oct. 10, 1862 ; must, out with regt.
Genrge W. Abbey, com. Jan. 17, 1863; must, out with regt.
Thomas L. Ostrom, com. March 19, 1863; must, out with rfgt.
Alfred J. Ht'fFion, com. July 21, 1862; must, out with regt.
David M. Tyrell, com. Oct. 10, 1862 ; must, out with regt.
Warren Taylor, cum. Oct. 10, 1862.

Joseph Herron, com. March 19, 1863 ; must, out with regt.
George G. Mnrgan, com, July 4, 1861 ; res. Jan. 4, 1862.
George W. Griffeth, com. June 10, 1862; killed in action July 1, 1862.
John H. Snyder, com. Nov. 7, 1802 ; must, out with regt.
Wm. Edmonds, com. June 10, 1862 ; must, out with regt.
George B. Buss, com. Oct. 10, 1862 ; must, out with regt.

COMPANY A.
Enrolled May 17, 1861.

Thomas M. Davies,* captain ; George W. Cone,* lieutenant ; Rutger D. Crocker,*
ensign ; SHmuel Stocking, 1st sergeant ; James Miller, Darius J. B. Mar-
chisi, J. Augustus Curry, sergeants ; Henry S. Storrs, Edward H. Latour,
Albert B. Grumwell,t Alfred J. Heffron, corporals ; Louis Harris, Albert
Miller, musicians.

Pnwates.— Amaaa W. Arnold, Henry W. Arnold, George W. Abbey, Moses
Bailey, Jr., Wm. J. Butcher, Alfred Beniister(hon. disch. on exp. of serv.),
Henry I. Bushnelle, Albert Becker, Wesley Buskirk, Henry Bettey, Wm.
K. Biicon, David Urossley, Josepli A. Cunningham (died of wounds reed.
at Gaines' Mills, Va.), Wm. E. Cunningham, Wm. P. Cowley, Francis E.
Conant (served one and a half yeara ; re-enl. in 108th Inf.; killed at An-
tietam, Md., while act. adjt. of regt.), Robt. L. Dryer, Edward F. Downer,
Wm. 0. Davies, Francis M. French, Wm. W. Gardner, William Goucher,
Henry Garrify, Clark M. Grey, George W. Griffiths, Egbert Harris, David
Hughes, Charles E. Hopson, John Holloran, George F. Ives, Thomas W.
Jerrams, John A. La Tour, Edward H. Lloyd, George W. Miller, James
Matlden, Warren Mason, John McGraw, Griffiths R. Morris, Jiimes A.
McDonough, Pulaski R. Oatley, John O'Neil, Robert Patterson, Henry
Purcell, Lory Palmer, John Parker, Charles Rogers, David F.Ritchie,
Charles H. Rose, William Roper, James B. Richardson, David Ross, Wal-
ter R. Robbins, Richard Richards, Wm. H. Spell, S. Walter Stocking,
Thos. J. Sawyer, Jr., Albert G. Spencer, Francis L-Hcranton, Samuel Sar-
gent (disuh. June 20, 1863), Wm. L. Schwab, Edward A. Tallmau, Hiram
G. White, Wm. H. Williams, Oliver M. Wade, Cornelius Westraon.

* See commissioned offtcere of this regiment, ante.

t This name and 1st Lieutenaut Alfred B. Grunwell are probably the same^
qut we have no means of determining which is correct.



COMPANY B.
Enrolled May 17, 1861.

William R. Brazie,* captain; Rufus Daggert,* lieutenant; Geo. T. Holling-
worth,* ensign; John C. Farrar,* Ist sergeant; Wm. J. Hunt, Wm. J.
Brown, David M. Perry, sergeants ; John Snyder, Daniel Peri-y, Matthias
Brazie, James Kimball, corporals; Thos. J. Francis, Valentine Hagau,
musicians.

Privates.— Chas. D. Bennett, Jacob Brazie, Charles Brown, Charles W. Brown,
Henry 0. Buell, John Briesh, Hiram Brooks, Wm. H. Caprou, Robert
Colbrook, Joshua Capron, Wm. J. Chilson, Warren Dodge, Charles M.
Dagwell, Wesley Dimbleby, John Evans (1st), John Evans (2d), Edwin
M. Evans, William H. Francis, Frederick Fuller, Martin Finger, Martin
Y.Gorton, James H. Goffe, Joseph Hagan, William Halon, Valentine
Hagan (disch. for disability, June 26, 1862), James Handwri^ht, Henry
A. Hinkley, Owen Havey, John E. Jones, George Johnson, Thomas
Keyon, Foster Kelsey, Newton Leonard, Thomas J. Lewis, William C.
Morey, James Maxted, Charles 0. Millard, Thomas Manning, James
McBride, George C. Owens, James J. Orcutt, James Patterson, Charles
A. Pitman, Alpheus Parker, Nathan W. Rider, Leander Ray, Pliny
Richardson, George Robinson, Jamea M. Seaman, Alfred H. Stowell,
Frank M. Stowell, William H. Shurman, Irving W. Sheldon, John Scott,
Vincent C. Smith, John F. Smith, George B. Terry. Ebenezer H. Thurs-
ton, Patrick Tool, Milton Van Dresser, Peter Welch, Abraham W. Wood,
William C. Wordon, Augustus Whiffin, John P. Williams (trans, to Amb.
Corps, Aug. 14, 1862; hon. discharged), Burton Zoler.

COMPANY C.

Enrolled May 17, 1861.

Frederick Harrer,* captain ; Joseph Smith,* lieutenant; Wm. Runtenberg. en-
sign ; John Cordman, Ist sergeant ; Philip D. Altvator, John Hirt, Daniel
Droesler, sergeants ; Wm. Schonberger, Wm. Stearns, George Hartman,
Peter Werner, corporals; Wm. Harrer, Wm. H. Bedinger, musicians.

FrivalcB. — David Agne, Andrew Breithhut, Charles Brechu, Constantia Beh-
ringer, John H. Bailey, Jacob Breuning, Henry Barnard, Jacob Bloom-
hardt, Augustus Bowman, Henry Bowman, John Crouae, John M. Coin,
Conrad Dinges, William Devanke, Henry Drillings, Michael Ernst, Geo.
Edinger, Philip Eckhoff, John Eckhardt, Henry Fuest, Richard Foster,
Charles Fandre, Peter Gias, George H. Gilbert, Goetloflf Gippert, Morris
Groff, AdolphuB Hesse, Henry Heyae, Daniel Hesley, Jacob Hickman,
Henry Hanson, Henry Hartman, Edward H. Hall, Joseph Haberstock,
Philip Herrecker, August Huffman, Frank Haner, Charles Knantz, Gott-
fried Kappes, W. Henry Lee, Nicholas Liner, Philip Marquart, Herman
Moeller, John T. Mathis, Killian Myres, Henry Miller, Michael O'Neil,
Warren B. Post, Harvey P. Perry, Joseph Paul, Sidney Pfan. Fred. Rein-
hardt, John D. Regan, David Schilling, John Scliolland, Frederick Sehn,
John Stoecker, Chiistian Scherer, John Stack, George C. Schrader, John
ScLober, John Schmidt, Charles Van Stockhusen, Peter Weninger.

COMPANY D.
Enrolled May 17, 1861.

William L. Cowan,* captain ; Robert H. Foot,* lieutenant ; George E. Gee,* en-
sign ; Thos. R. Hardwick, 1st sergeant; Almon C. Barnard, Jesse R.
Decker, Irwin H. Crossman, sergeants; David W. Manning, Harry Par-
sons, Hiram H. Vandnke, Thomas L. Ostrom, corporals ; James B. Potter,
Gregory Shjiver, muBicians.

fVirafes.— Orlando Aldrich, Charles Archer, Charles Averill, Lncius F. Brown,
James Bailey, Freeman F. Barber, Wm. H. Barnett, Martin W. Bliton,
Thomas Bowie, John H. Brown, Warren P. Burr, Austin A. Bagley, Geo.
Carpenter, George Chamberlin, Daniel Chamberlin, Martin Coon, Ira S.
Cross, Wm. E. Crissey, Ellery L. Delano, Jjimes Derick, George Drain,
Stephen Ennis, Henry Farnham, George Fisher, Demetrius Glen, Clark
E. Gould, Abrani Haner, Bruce Herrington, Henry Hike, Nathan B. Hop-
kins, Lowell Howe, Nelson Jenkins, Daniel Johns, Philip Lapp, Andrew
Lee, James A. Lewis, John Lyon, Artemus Maxon, Richard P. Merrill,
James McDermit, Arthur O'Neil, Martin Pilgrim, Wm. H. Randall, Al-
mon Secore, Robert Scovell, Joseph Shaw, William Shaw, William Smith,
Francis D. Sniith, Andrew St-iber, Andrew Strobel, Paddock L. Tucker,
Charles H. Tessey, Carmel D. Townsend, Edward Tibbitta, Randolph
Tubbs, Arthur Tum:ilty, Peter Van Valkenherg, Charles B. Vickery, Ira
Woodin, Benjamin Winans, Amos B. Wyman, Millard D. York, Menden
Young.

COMPANY E.

Enrolled May 17, 1861.

Louis Michaels,* captain ; Alfred Sears,* lieutenant; Edward Warr,* ensign ;
Wm. Gibb3,*lst sergeant; James Kiolen, Andrew Gassin, killed on picket
duty near Fort Steadmnn, Dec. 1, 1864 (prev.ouply diach. and enl. in Co.
C ; pro. to Ist lieut.), Chas. E. Lloyd, sergeants ; David W. Tyrrel, Lewis
Smith, Guatavus Gossmyer, John James, corporals ; Ed. H. Parr, Lucius
R. Town, musicians.

Priwaf^s.— Philander Anderson, Wm. Armstrong, Wm. Atkins, Albert G. Bagg,
Joel Bancroft, Charles Barns, David Beard, Jr., Charles Beardsley, Daniel
R. Bradt, John C. Byrne, John 0. Byrne, Thomas Byrrelle, Thomas Bows,

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Albert Butior, Abraham B. Oatliu, George M. Crawford, John Cox, Bwight
Dain, Allen Denison, Barney Duffey, Thomas Davis, Fnuicia T. Eaglefl,
Wm. H. Ellis, Johu W. Entwistle, Jr., George H. Harris, William IJatz,
Frank Heury, Reuben Hitchcock, Joseph B. Hulburt, M.W. Hollenbeck,
John Johnson, Gains J. Jones, Edwin Kellogg, Joseph B. Leach^ Peter
Lent, Jr., Frederick Lyman, George W. Lewis, Joseph A. Morrow, Seth
M. Mathers, Nicholas Mathers, Ezra Mclntyre, Hiram G. Perkins, Ed-
ward R. Prichards, Peter Pickler, James Reed, Patrick Riley, Jas. Roland,
Simon H. Ryan, Fi-ederick Smith, Geo. W. Speibeck, Leander St. Juhn,
Aaron Stow, Isaac Switt, Williiun R. Thompson, David B. Toms, James
Toimey, John C. Troland, Halen S. Tyler, Mlclmel Uzrath, Tim Vedder,
John Warr, John Wilson, Joseph Wicks, Charles W. Walker.

COMPANY F.
Enrolled May 17, 1861.

Charles F. MuUer,* captain; Wm. A. Rowan,* lientenant; Delos Cramer,* en-
sign ; George E. Buss, 1st sergeant; William Yule, George Pike, John
Jeffere, sergeants; Erastus H. Sawyer, Myron Blake, Jacob Haiisermann,
Leonard Doig, corporals; Earl Bateman, Jerome W. Biiteman, musicians.

Privates. — Jacob Beebe, Jr. (wounded at Gaines' Mills, Chancelloraville, and on
picket ; must, out with regt ), John W. Billingor, Byron S. Buuney, Eli-
jah M. Brown, J. Otis Butts, William A. Brown (died at Miner's Hill, of
brain fever; buried at Fishkill, N. T.), Richard Cark, William Cark,
William Clancey, Henry Clark, George Clifford, Alex. De Puyster, Dela-
van Devo, John Farrell, Edward GaJvin, Milo Gookiu.s, Hugh GriflBth,
Elbridge Gardner, Ezra T. Hartley, Edwin Higby, William Ilnbbard,
John Hayes, Charles C. Jobnson, Robert M. Jones, John Juslin, William
Leo, John Loren, Joseph Loose, John Lyon, Philander Lane, Robert
Martin, Charles S. Mason, Peter Morris, Francis Mohaiiney, Josepli Mul-
len, Walter R. McKenzie, Mathew Maloney, Livingston Meeker, Joel A.
Merrills, John W. Miller, Israel S. Mullens, Charles Nints, Martin Ober-
eiter, John O'Brian, Charles N. Phelps, George Phelps, Newton Pliilbrick,
William Radley, Frederick Rathka, George Rimaher, James Ryan,
Micliael Ryan, Harry W. Severance, Theodore Shultes, Newton J. Titus,
Jacub Tweedle, Richard Vickers, Peter A. Waggoner, Albert Walker,
George Wellington, Harrison Wheeler, Hii"am Whitney, Aaron Wood-
cock, John P. Wright.

COMPANY G.
Enrnlled May 17, 1861.

John J. BabcocU,* captain ; Seth B. Walworth,* lieutenant ; John Stryker, Jr.,*
ensign; Wm. D. Bowers,* 1st sergeant; Charles Edy, Hugh Duffy, Clias.
W. Heath, sergeants; Fred. L. Matteson, Ist corporal; Anthony Con-
ners, Anson W. Spencer, Duane W. Felshan, coi'porals; Albert P. Bell,
Amos P. Pond (re-enl. Sept. U, 1864, in Co. L, 15th N. Y. Eng.; capt,
must, out with regt., June 13, 1865), tnusicians.

/VivoiM.— Willard Adams, Wallace W. Adams, Clinton Adams, Chas. Aldridge,
Nathan A. Adams, Edward Boden, James H. Baldwin, George N. Barber,
John L. Buchanan (disch.; re-enl. in 117th N. Y. Vol.; disch. June,
1805), Daliel Coppersmith, Thomas Cumin, Charles Ch.ise, Oliver Difihan,
Peter Davis, Owen Duffy, Michael Delahant, James Devine, Evan Evans,
Jr., Evan Evans, Evan Edwards, Homer L. Fanner, George Ferguson,
Nicholas Fitzgerald, James A. Gifford (disch. for disability, Oct., 1862),
Patrick Garvin, Michael Hoag, George Highan, Jasper A. Hathaway,
Albert Hill, Nicholas Hiam, David N, Irvine, Ferdinand Knitfle, Samuel
A. T. Lyon, George Lewis, Joseph Larraby, Grant S. Marvin, Frank Mc-
Combs, Clark H. Martin, Edward A. Marble, Clark Matteson, Francis
McGuire, Wm. H. McLaughlin, Allen L. Miller, David Marble, David F.
McLaughlin, Michael Murray, George B. Mays, Joel Omens, Philip Perry,
Henry Reynolds, Patrick Ryan, John Riley, James Radigan, Elijah San-
ford, Francis Shallor, Christian Schnorr, Abraham A. Squire, Chester B.
Tuttle, George Tracy, Edward J. Tice, Thomas Thompson, Andrew G.
Vandenburgh, Jacob Wickmire, Alpheus H. West.

COMPANY H.
Enrolled May 17, 1861.

Samuel E. Thompson,* captain ; Henry Gass,* lieutenant ; George G. Morgan,*
ensign ; Edward E. Coatesworth,* Ist sergeant ; Joseph Herring, Jason
P. Adams, George M. Williams, sergeants; Claytoti Spaulding, Daniel M.
Birdseye, Emerson B, WillianiB, Rufus Sprague, corporals ; William H.
Lewis, Jacob Yeager, musicians.

Privates. — Charles Adams, George W. Avery, Robert Ashman, Dowitt Acker,
John Beach, Sebastian Bolway, William Barlow, Enoch Bulsom, Norman
Brooks, George Burnett, Newton R. Benedict, Augustus G. Bice, Deloa
W. Clark, John Graver, Frank B. Case, Ira Clark, Josephus Cross, Myron
W. Cross, Chester C. Catlin, Martin Costello, John Conway, Horace Clag-
horn, Hugh Doran, Jesse B. Dexter, Llewellyn Dewitt, Evan J. Evans,
(re-enl. in 3d Art.; disch. with that regt), Charles T. Fowler, Hiram
Gibbs, Isaac Gale, B.T.Hinckley (must. out with regt), George W. Hines,
Aimer Hubbard, John Herring, George Haines, Patrick Heaseit, John
Hayes, William O. Hart, John C. Henry, John Hampaon, John Hous,
Richard Jones, Alexander Kennedy, Albert Kinne, William Kimbe, Al-
bert N. Lathrop, Jacob Merritt, William H. McLaughlin (disch. for disa-
bility ; re-enl. in 14th Art. ; disch. in Aug. 1865.), Michael Moran, James

*'See commissioned ofBcers of regiment.



M. Madison, Thomas Oaborne, John C. O'Neil, Hiram W. Plumb, Eliaha
A. Porter, Ovrin S. Rouse, Michael Reily, George Rogers, Smith L. Rob-
inson, Michael Sullivan, William Smith, Theodore Stickles, Gates Saxton,
Joseph Spaney, John Sherwiin, James Stanton, Thomas Timmona, Warren
Taylor, M. V. B. Woodworth.

COMPANY I.
Enrolled May 17, 1861.

Horace R. Lahea,* captain ; Geo. W. Bartlett,* lieutenant; Sterling W. Hazen,*



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