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S. Hoag, James Handwright, Jr , Williitm Hiuk3tone,Will'ani Hinkstime,
Jr, Sebiistian Hamberger, Men itt Jones, John Kempf, Michael Keating,
Thomas Kirkbind, James P. Kearns, George S. Lent, Timothy Lamar,
John Latbiini, John Leary, Stephen Lent, Joseph Lamont, Van Eps H.
Lamphear, Peter McDermott, Edward Mullen, Alonzo Murray. Henry
McKinney, John McGuire, Walter McKenzje, Norman M:iffitt, John Mar-
tin (discii. in 1803 (?), Lewis H. Martin (prisoner at Wilderness, Va. ;
sent to Andersonville; paroled Dec. 8, 1804; difch. in July, 1865), John
Mulloy, Williiiiii Newlove, John Nolan, David K. Pangburn, Thomas
Plunkett, AVilliam A. Palmer, John I'lunkett, Abram Parks, Charles E.
Parker, Is;iac C. Parker, Robert Ilobf^rts, Charles B. Rolling, Edwin B.
Rogei-s, Thomas F. Robbins, Chiirles E. Smith, James J. Smith, Philip
Smitli, Henry Schott, George Scbott, Andrew Smith, John S, Stebbius,
Thomas Thickens, Aaron B. Thomson, Daniel A. Vail, Frederick S.White,
George Whitlfn (missing at Wiblerness, Va. ; supposed to have been
killed), John Webb, James Ward, George Wheeler, Thomas Wheeler.

COMPANY B.
Enrolled in Jugust, Seplember, and OcUihcr, 1862.

Jesse J. Armstrong, caiitain ; E. V. Jewell, 1st lieutenant ; A. C Townsley, 2d
lieutenant (resigned from disability, Dec. 25, 1802).

P»■^wa(fs.— Robert Ash (trans, to Vet. Res. Corps, Oct. 1, 1863; dsch. Feb. 11,
1804), Elias G. Asliforth, George G. Ashforth (wounded, witb loss of right
arm; prisoner), Othello H. Amitlon, Adam A.-^htenan, Charles G. Bene-
dict, Allium Beckwitli, William Burns, William M.Beckwith, Snmuel B.
Beckwith, James Conley (disch. July 20, 1865), Philip R. Cnrren, Claude
Chanorville, Peter Carey, Daniel Coppersmith, Patrick Cassidy, Martin
Dean, James C. Elgor, William H. Ethridge (trans, to Vet. Res. Corps;
disch. for disability July 31, 1865), John J. Futcher, Hugh Gough, W. D.
Gardner, John Geihert, John Garlock, Jr., Matthew W. Gibson (disch.
Feb. 4, 1803J, John W. Hughes, Charles Hicox, Michael Hogan, Willijim
D. Hughes, Patrick Hiland, Ezra Hyde, John Janes, Robert Jones, Rich-
ard Law ni II g, Robert Laynchig, James H. Mercer, Jerry Murenous, Thos.
Marron, John Murphy, John My gert, Richard Markell, Peter Moremous,
Diivid Moyer, A. Miles Hyde, Lorenzo Moyer, William McCrehn, Thomas
J. Morse, G. E. Martin, Christian Mn.ss, James Quackenbush, W. M. Kus-
sell, Franklin Russell, Eliakim Root (pro. to q.-m. sergt July 6, 1863;
dJscliargcd), David M, Rudy, Ricliard M. Roberts, Charles T. Snow, James
B. Staples, Andrew Spell icy, Norton Shepard, William H.Sutterly, Garret
L. Staats, William H.Smith, Henry C. Tracy (resigned f ou account of ill-
health, Nov. 1, 1803), Hugh Thomas, George 0. Tibbits, Henry Van Zant,
N. Vanilerhoff, Thomas Wilday, G. H.Wolcott, Lawrence Welch, Horatio
A. Walter, John Wiher, Proctor Wolcott, William A. Walker, Robert
Williams, Chiirles B. Wild, George Worth, John Wilds, Robert Wills,
Burton Willard.



f Town records of Vernon.



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HlSTOlir OF ONEIDA COUNTY, NEW YORK.



COMPANY 0.

Enrolled in Avgust, Sf^Umber, avd October^ 1862.

George W. M. Lewis, captain ; Silas J. Truax, let lieuteoant ; Spencer B. Alden,
2d lieutenant.

Pn'va(«.— Clifford Allen, John M. Anderson, Daniel S. Barrett, Joseph Bern-
beck, George W. Blukeman, Francis Bowers, Hugh Cussidy, Michael
Clancy, James Colledge, Juhn Condon, Geurge Curtis (.discli. lor disability,
Sept. 4, 18fri), John A. Cratchburgh, Geurge W. Cook, John Connon,
Cephiis B. Dauiela, Theodore Uixun, James E. De Forest, Eilward S. Dun-
ning, Jauii'S 0. Edmunds, Ira Edwards, Frederick Ernst (diach. July 10,
1865), Philip Frear, Edwin Glover, Morris Godfrey, Williani Hart, David
E. Howell, Cornelius Haley, Patritb Hackett, William Hayner, Henry I,
JennisoM, Frederick Johnson, Tlicodore K. Joues, Albert J. Junnison,
David Jones, Charles E. Jenni^on, II. Owen Jones, James Jonathan,
George King, Geurge Kent, Joseph Henry Kent, George W. Lincoln,
Edwin 0. Loo mis, James Liahii, Tliouias Lumbard, Henry C. Lull, Thomas
Lawton, Aiiilr«w J. Lee, Burton McDonald, Francis C. McCruith, Henry
B. Moore, Joiseph D. Mercer, Adams K. Miller, Jacob Oweuit, Edward
Putnam, Stephen M. Puttioger, Alfred U. Palmer, George H. Palmer,
Patiiuk Picketl, Charles Parker, liduiund B. Parker, Edward B. Payne,
J. S. liandnl, Jauioj M. Bichmond, Edward Ilobin8»u, James Uolf, New-
ton I. Kiulia- ds, David lleese, Job BiL-hards (trans, to Co. F, 14th liegt.,
Vet. lies. Corps, Sept. 1, 186d; diich. July :i8, 1865), Juoeph Kobinsun,
Joseph Shiicli, C. C- Swertlagt:r, George Stephenson, James Shaw, Sidney
U. Smith, EUmoud SnydiM*, Charles Van Vleek, Henry Van Vulkenbei'g
(diBch.; re-enlisted), Arthur White, Michael Welsh, Allen Watcher, John
Wxkif, Henry H. Wood, William Williams.

CUillPANY D.

Enrolled in August, iS-jjfcmbtr, and Ocloher, 1862.

James Grlndlay, captain ; W. Bullou, 1st lieutenant; Fcrd. V. Graves, 2d lieu-
tLMiant; M. Egglu&tuu, Ibt sergeant (pro. to Ibt lieut.) ; Joseph Lowery,
2d sergtiaut ; K. P. Brooks, ijd liergeaut ; Peter Pratt, Gth Sergeant (died
since the war): Ueorgu Billinger, J. P. Pitcher, Geurge Klock, Charles
E. Brown, Jonn Bischofl', John Jeflei's, Charles Calen (.pro. to sergt. ;
died), Ainos Julinson, corporals ; E. C. Barnes, wagoner.

Privates. — Fiancis AuUin, Garielt ti. Avery, Juhn Avery (piiaoner at Cold Har-
bor, Va. ; paroled fruni AiidersonvjllH, Ga., April zl, lUOo), John Brooks,
Hosea Bediinali, Chester Bates, Norman Bates, Urriu Burling.mie, Isaac N.
Barnes, Auijah \V. B.iriied (Jied in reuel prison at S.tlioouiy, N. C), Alex.
S. Bennett, S. O. Cuok, W. B. Cliandler, Owen Cavauaugh (died^, Andrew
Dorii, James Davis (diedj, E. J. Davis, Peter Dediick (^died), James H.
Dagau, L. \V. Fiake, E. P. Fiske, Andrew Fort (died;, Fied. F. Guillaum,
Alvau Grey, S. J. Garr<.-tt (d.ed;, bamuel Gibhd, J. S. liecox, Chester Hall,
Siorm lluntail, Jehiel Hugiies, NeUou Hulltail, Z. P. Huagtaud t.died),
Jusiuh Helmer, J. U. Jackson. (J. L. Jacksun, Joseph B. Josi>n,Jolin A.
Justin, Jr. (died;, Orlu H. Jones (pro. to sergt.; diud;, BicUard Kegan,
(Ijro. to mus.), Eli B. Miller, Jay Kilburn, Lewis Miller ^died at Freiler-
icksburg, Va.;, L«Wi8 Miller, Jr., John B. Morris, Alexander Miinay
(died in Virginia;, James Murphy, Wells Jllathers (died iu Virginia), J.
L. Mather, G. W. Muuu, Franc a 3iadiide, Geof^e WcOlaren ^killed near
Cold Harbor, Va.), H. 11. McEiitee, Morris Newman, Auam Neice (^died
in Buunville, Oneida Co., N. Y.}, W. W. J. Neenan, P.itrii.k U'Leaiy,
Charles Par=-oiiB, Janit-s Palmer (died in hospital, of wounds received in
action), John Sliaidin, George Suboolcrfcil't (dieil in rebel prison;, Uiirvey
Scouton, William Shorehauier, Henry Truxel, Michael Wealund, Henry
B. Wulfe, Will.ain W. Wheeler, Warner Yeoman, William C. Yeoman,
John YouriJen,

COMPANY E.
EiiriiUed in Augitst, tieplembiir, and October, 1S62.
Galviu A. Lambie, captain.
Henry 11. Curraii, Idt liL^utcuant.
Joseph H. DurUee, second lieutenant.

PltlVATES.

Chas. F. Allen, disch. Feb. 14, 18G3.

Thomas L. Brown, Jr., prisoner at Wilderness, Va. ; exchanged March, 1805;
disch. July llj, l8(id.

Nicholas Batt.

Van V. Becker, lost right leg from gangrene; disch. Aug. 11, 1863.

Wm. P. Biirrniu, Peter Blake, Harvey Brown.

George W. Cook, disch. in July, 1865, (Another record : prisoner at Wilder-
ness, Va. ; d.ed at Andoisonville, Ga., Sept. 1, 1864.)

John Crandall.

Geui'ge F. Crawford, disuh, in June, 1865.

Henry \V. Christian.

Henry W. Caswell, disch. for disability in 1863.

James W. Corey.

Horace M. Case.

Elhanan Cuitiss, disch. June 15, 1865.

Juliu:4 Conistock.

John Chisam.

Wm. Diiskoll, prisoner near Chancellorsville, Va., May 1, 1863 ; kept fifteen days.

Frederick Diamond, prisoner at Wilderness, Va.: diud at Andursonvilic, Ga.,
Dec. 15, 1864.



Brnnson Eldon, prisoner at Wilderness, Va. ; died at Andereonvijle, Ga.

Henry W. Evans.

Lafayette Empey, prisoner at Cold Harbor, Va., June 2, 1864; paroled Feb. 26,

1865 ; disch. June 21, 1865.
B. Z. Farnsworth, dish. Aug. 15, 1865.
Wm. F. Falkner, disch. July 16, 186.5.
Francid E. Francisco, dlscb. Feb. 8, 1863.
A. J. Frenck.
Geo. M. Gaylord, prisoner at Cold Harbor, Va., June 2, 1864 ; died at Andersnn-

ville, Ga.
Henry W. Green.

Orson B. Gibson, disch. for disability in March, 1864.
Alonzo S. Gibson, prisoner at Cold Harbor, Va.; paroled and exchanged in

Dec. 186J ; disch. July 16, 1865.
D. B. Gaylord, trans, to Vet. Bee. Corps ; disch. for disability in July, 1864,
John Huughtun, trans, to regular service.

Carlos Harrington, Edward Hughs, Myron Harrington, Martin E. Jenks.
Daniel Kniffin, disch. from Sth Art., March 1, 1864.
John Kennedy, John Keller, Patrick Kelley.
J. S. Kelscy, disch. July 25, 1865.
James Killips, diKch. for disability in March, 1863.

Gavin A. Lambie, died at home in Feb, 1863, of disease contracted in service.
Peter McCabe.

Edward Morse, di.-ch. for disability six weeks after enlistment.
Lewis Moses, disch. Dec. 14, 1865.

John F. Morse, disch. on account of sickness in Dec. 1862.
Eugene K. Matteson, Joseph A. Northrop, John Nicholas, William Odell.
Wm. H. H. Pilkington, taken prisoner; escaped.
Benjamin Porter.
James II. Pagan.

Daniel N. Patchen, disch. April 19, 1864.
Wm. S. P.irks, killed in a skirm:sh, May 9, 18(i5.
Nicholas Podd, Henry F. Rogers, Wm. B. Roberts.
Thomas Roberts, disch. July 16, 18G5.
Wm, F. Bobi-rts, pro. to corp. ; disch. July 16, 1865.
Edwin Ruscoe, trans, to Inv. Corps ; disch, in Aug. 18G5.
Fiuncis Sccoi, killed at Wilderness, Va., Mny 5, 1864.
L. Starkweather, prisoner at Wilderness, Va. ; died at Anderaonville, Ga., Nov.

1, 1864.
John Swansnn, prisoner at Cold Harbor, Va., June 2, 1864; prisoner till Feb.

27,18tJ5; disch. June 7, 1865.
James Swaneon, killed at Wilderness, Va., May 5, 1864.
Stephen Sanders, supposed killed at Wilderness.
Abel Smith, died at Washington, D. C, Dec. 25, 1862.
Shadracli Schufield, disch. lordisabdity, Jan. 15, 1863.
Henry W. Starkweather, died at Aquia Creek, Va., .Tan. 27, 18C3.
Albert Scoville, prisoner at Chancellorsville, Va. ; died at Florence, S. C, Oct.

17, 1SU4.
Alvah Skinner, killed at Dalton, Ga., May S, 1864.
Luther B. Skinner, disch. June 13, 1865.
Frederick Scohie.
Orr^n Sullivan.
James Secor, wounded, with loss of leg; disch. Sept. 9, 1863, at Washington,

D. C.
Perry Tallman.
Jacob Tallman.

Jesse Thom.is, killed at Cold Harbor, Va., June 2, 1SG4.

Wm. A. Tallman.

William Tuttla, died at Camden, N. Y., while on furlough, in summer of 1864.

Frunc-s W. Tra-k, accidentally wounded in liand and discharged.

All>ert H. Voorhees, missing at Wilderness, May 5, 1864 ; supposed killed.

Rial We^cott, Almanaon Wh.tford, George Williams, Wesley Whitford.

Joseph Wheeler, disch. for disability, April 3, 1863, after second enlistment.

Orson C. Woods, disch. July 16, 1805.

Henry Hart.

COMPANY F.

Enrolled in August and September, 1862.

Peter Claesgens, captain; George H. Perry, Ist lieutenant; Wm. H. Smith, 2d

lieutenant.
Pnuato.— Fred. J. Agne, William Brown, Frederick Boll, Henry W. Baker,
Henry Beck, Harlow Byam, Abraham Bergee, Lorenzo Browor, James

E. Benedict, Thos. J. Gharlett, Samuel Cripps, Wni. H. Cole (disch. for
disability; re-enlistcd), Juhn Cook, Peter Cabal, James B. Cook, Alex.
Dugall, A. B. Dunbar, Patrick Doody, Louis Dugall, Andrew W. Down-
ing, James Dailey, James C. Edic, James C. Eames, John Franklin, Jr.,
(killed at Spottsylvania Court-Honse, Va., May 23, 1864), Michael Flinn
(killed at Petersburg, Va., Juno 18, 1864), John Fishpr, Harland M,
Foster, Jacob Gothilf, Theron Hannay, Christian Hart, August Halin,
Rjilph Hlnkley.Geo. W. Johnson, Edward Junes, Geo. H. Kingsley, John
Klumliack, Albert Knight, Christian F. Lang, George H. Lansing, John
Miller, Horace Miller (disch. July 26, 1805), Ricliard Malcaly, Jacob
Martin, Andreas Muench, Charles Miller, Ezra Mowers, George Molz,
Herbert Markh.im, Byron Nisitet, Truman Osborn (iUmcIi. Aug. 9, 180r»),
William P.ilmer, Freeman Perry, William H. Pugh (disch. for disability,
Oct. 9, 1363), Joliu U. Pugh (pro. to. Corp.; to sergt. ; trans, to 9tli Regt.,
C.J. I, Vet. Res. Corps; disch. Aug. 4, 1805), Clark Remington, David



HISTOKY OF ONEIDA COUNTY, NEW YOKE.



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G. Rees, Edgar RusBell, Henry Reimshoss, Ira A. Simmona, David Simp-
kioa (disch. June 26, 1865), Stephen Simpkins, Jr. (diach. July 16, 1866),
William L. Snyder, John S. Shucker, Wm. H. S. Sweet (pro. to let liout.;
to capt. ; prisoner at Wilderness, Va.; returned in May, 1865; see com-
manding officei-s of regt.). Christian Stahl, Rohert Start (disch. after
eighteen months' service), John Skinner, Emory C. Starr, Alanson A.
Spink, Edwin Skinner, Robert Skinner, Henry Swertlager, Joseph Snee-
hacker, David Timmerman, Burton Thompson, Sylvester Templeton
(missing), Charles A.Tripp, Clark Widrig, Corneline H. Whitford (died
at Washington, D, C, Dec. 3, 1863), Wesley Whitford, Alraanson Whit-
ford .

COMPANY G.
Enrolled in August and September, 1862.

Isaac P. Powell, captain.

James Stewart, let lieutenant.

Levi H. York, 2d lieutenant; pro. to capt. ; disch. July 16, 1865.

PRIVATES.

William Aitkin.

Charles G.Ashley, prisoner at Mine Run,Va., Nov. 27, 1863; sent to Libby
Prison; tbence to AndersonviUe, Ga., where he died June 6, 1864.

George H. Allen, pro. to aergt. ; killed at Wilderness, Va., May 15, 1864.

Seymour Bennett.

Friend Baker, prisoner at Laurel Hill ; kept at Richmond, AndersonviUe, Sa-
vannah, etc. ; released March 24, 1865.

Benjamin F. Bonfoy, disch. for disability, in March, 1863.

Anson R. Burlingame.

Orville Baker, pro. to corp. ; disch. June 14, 1865.

James A. Barnes, shot through bowels at White-Oak Roads, March 31, 1865;
di d April 18, 1865.

Eli A. Babcock, lost a foot at Petersburg, Va., June 18, 1864 ; disch. May 18,
1865.

Daniel Blanchard, William Campbell, Brwin F. Clarke, Charles M. Caltin, Wil-
liam Carr, Arthur V. Coan.

Leonard W. Carpenter, discharged.

Abram Cole, trans, to Inv. Corps about June 1, 1863 ; disch. in May, 1865.

Archibald Cai'r, Wm. S. Crumb, Isaac Chapman.

John Coogan, wonnded at Wilderness, Va. ; prisoner while on picket, March 4,
1864 ; exchanged; disch. July 16, 1865.

Henry Clark, disch. July 25, 1865.

David K. Davis, Richard Dillon, James Deans.

Albert (or Alfred) Dunn, wounded at Wilderness, Va.

Harrison W. Elmer, diaph. Oct. 3, 1863.

Samuel Farrington, Ephraim French, Godfrey Frederick, John T. Goodfellow,
John Gillmore.

John W. Gofif, pro. to sergt. ; disch. July 27, 1865.

Henry B. Hook, wounded at Wilderness; prisoner at AndersonviUe; returned;
disch. July 25, 1865.

Hiram F. Hibbard, disch. for disability, Feb. 7, 1863.

Leray Hammond, wounded at Wilderness, Va., May 5, 1864 ; prisoner; died at
Lynchburg, Va., Aug. 3, 18G4.

John A. Harter, wounded at Laurel Hill, May 8, 1865 ; died at Washington,
D. C, May 20, 1865.

Samuel Hyde, Farrar Jackson, John Jackson, Thomas Johnson.

James A. King, disch. by general order, June 6, 1865.

Ralph F. Kirkland.

Curtis M. King, discharged.

Albert W. Lucas.

George W. Lewis, prisoner at AndersonviUe, Ga,, where he died.

James A. Lord, Henry Loomis, Austin Lord, John Miller, Charles P. Mahan,
David Miller, Francis Miller.

William McGurk, pro. to 2d sergt.; slightly wounded at Gettysburg; disch.
July 25, 1865.

Benjamin Pratt.

Wm. E. Palmer, pro. to 1st lieut. in regular army ; placed on Gen. Steele's staff
in Western Texaa.

Edward Qninn, disch. at exp. of service.

Edwin Richardson.

Eli Rider.

George Ray, disch. for disability, June 30, 1863.

Samuel W. Raymond, Jerome Seaman, Daniel W. Smith.

Charles D. Shipman, disch. for disability, March 18, 1863.

Henry Sorn, disch. at close of war, about July 25, 1865.

George W. Strong, Thomas H. Sayer, Joseph Stockbridge, Loring P. Stockwoll,
Wm. T. Taylor.

Nathaniel Tompkins, disch. July 16, 1865.

Lynde Wetmore, Richard T, Williams, Adelbert A. Washburn.

Thomas Wilson, disch. about Aug. 20, 1865.

John Williams, Jr., disch. for disability, April 7, 1863.

Albert A. White, diach. Aug. 27, 1865.

Charles Welch, missing after battle of Gettysburg, Pa.

Adelbert A. Wood, Charies W. Willard, Thomas A. Wilson, Michael Wholohan.

COMPANY H.

Enrolled in Aiigust, September, and October, 1862.
Robert B. Pool, captain ; Andrew J. Wilson, Ist lieutenant ; Charles King Dut-
ton, 2d lieutenant.

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Privates.— John H. Bailey, Frederick Baker, Wm. Bromley, John Burnam,
John Baker, C. E. Burget, Edward Cleghorn, Joseph B. Carroll, Adam
Cheesebrough, Moses Crook, Isaac Cooper, Jamea Demster, George Dur-
rant, James Delvin, David Edwards, Joseph H. Entwistle, Adam Eipence,
John Finegan, Joseph Fancy, Benjamin E. Foster, Isaac M. Foster, Jamea
Gibson, Robert R, Gibbs, George A. Gear, Orville Gibbs, John Hess,
Mathew Haigh, Wm. H. Hopkins, George Hamlin, Edward Jones, Owen
Jones, William Jones, Thomas Jones, Joseph Jones, John E, Jones, Rob-
ert Kelly, Charles L. King, William Loomis, Patrick Long, David B.
Locke, Geo. D. Linebeck, John McHugh, John R. McGee, Albert Mathews,
Arthur Mayn, George Mould, James McManony, Edward Morri-ss, David
Morgan, Joseph May, John McClane, Richard Obryan, Francis W. Prin-
dell, Henry Pennar, Joseph Pennar, John H. Platter, John Rice, John
Reekard, Jacob llosevelt, Charles Risley, William Smith, Pemo Sliker,
FredrikSittig, John Smith, Thomas Stafford, Morris Stevenson (wounded,
with loss of leg and arm, at Wilderness, Va. ; died from effects, May 19»
1864; buried in cemetery at Fredericksburg, Va.), Stephen Saunders,
Richard Thompson, John J. Tracy, George Teachout, Fred. Timmerman,
Lucius S. Tooley, Abraham Varley, John T. White, Horatio N. Williama,
Rensselaer Wright, Ira Wing, Geo. W. Wright, Joseph Whalen, Samuel
White.

COMPANY I.
Enrolled m August, September, and October, 1862.

Ezekiel Jones, captain ; James Rodenhurst, 1st lieutenant (disch. for disability,
April 23, 1863) ; Jacob Wicks, 2d lieutenant.

Privat€s.-~Osca.r L. Allen, Marcus J. Arnold (died of disease in service), EUaa
Bardwell, Lysander C. Ball, Irving A. Birdsall (died of disease at Wash-
ington, D. C), James Blake, John H, Berry, Jr., Rollo D. Besse (pro. to
drummer; disch. July 20, 1865), John Coleman, William Capron (died in
prison at AndersonviUe, Ga.), Martin Conley, Daniel W. Cody, Henry E.
Coswell, Addison Dilleiibeck, William Drummond, John W. Davis, James
Donnelly, Joseph Doyle, James Dalton, Anson D. Ellis (pro, to 1st sergt. ;
died at Florence, S. C, Feb. 14, 1865), Robert Evans, Jacob P. Fulmer,
Patrick Fallon (wounded at Fredericksburg, Va,; disch. April 23, 1863),
John Ford, William Hughes, John W, Hughes, John J. Hughes, Albert
Hoag, John Harter, John James, Henry L. Joy, John P. Jones, George
W. Jones, James D. Jones, Evan T. Jones, William E. Jones, Henry E.
Jones, Robert 0. Jones, Edward T. Junes, Silns Kent, Matthew Lake,
William J. Lewis, Amaaa More, Himrick Martems, .lames Martin, Lean-
der Martin, Thomas B. Michaels, Michael Mahoney (disch. July 17, 1865),
John B. Murray, Christopher Nelson, Conrad Neusheler (disch. July 25,
1866), Dennis O'Brien, Charles E. Pierce, Lorenzo Perkins, Wm. Pritch-
ard, Luther Perkins, Charles Phillips, James M. Quinn (wounded in leg
at Chancellorsville, Va., May 2,1863; disch. Nov. 4, 1863), Jerome B.
Stoddard, Andrew J, Scranton, Clias. A. Stanard, Joseph Straup, Stephen
Saddler, George Smith (disch. in July, 1865), George Smith, Jr., Chas. B.
Smith (died of smallpox at Washington, D. C, Jan. 3, 1863), Patrick
Splane, Newton Thomas, John Teft, Edwin Thomas, Roselle E. Tanner
(died of disease), Henry Van Valkonberg, Francis A. Wait, Edward West-
cott, William Wilson, Peter Williams, George W. Wheeler (six montha a
prisoner at AndersonviUe, Ga,), WiUiam F, Warren, David B. Wiser (died
of disease in service), Fernando D. Wood, Michael Widrig.

COMPANY K.

Enrolled in August, September, and October, 1862.

John A. Dodge, captain; J. B. Cushman, Ist lieutenant ; Wallace M. Mott, 2d
lieutenant.

Privates. — Samuel Amadon, Jured S, Avery, Albert E, Brownell, George W.
Bates, Orange Barber, Benj. F, Chapman, Isaac Couten, Oscar L, Cady,
William Crandall, George Cronk, Joseph R. Davis (mortally wounded at
Cold Harbor, Va., and died following night), Horace S. Dyer (disch. for
disability, Feb. 5, 1863), Heniy M, Dyer (pro. to sergt.; died of typhoid
fever at Aquia Creek, Va., Jan. 23, 1863), George Dunn, Wm. J, Dunn,
John Edwards, Francis England, Robert England, John A. Fletcher,
Nathaniel Fitch, Harvey Gifford, Blias Gaslock, Richard Giles, Oscar
Howard, Thomas Jepsom, Thomas Jones, Charles Johnson, Alonzo J.
King, Charles E. Lasher, Jerome C. Lawton, Patrick Larkin, Frederick
Lott, John A. Latour, Michael McCann, Martin MaHarney, Morris Ma-
Harney, John McDonald, Nicholas Neiskern, George Neiskern, Edward
Nichols, Amos Oatis, James Owens, Henry F. Palmer, David Perkins,
Judson Parmelee, William B. Pettie, Homer W. Palmer, Whitman H.
Phillips (disch. July 14, 1865), James Pitts, Ford Phelps, William Purdy,
Patrick Quinn, Frederick Rheim, Henry Reynolds, George W. Sopor,
Eugene Sharp, Stimpson Turrell, John Tompkina, John A. Timerson,
Patrick H. Thomas, Jonas Van Louven, William Wright, B. Frank
Wright, Nelson Waldron, Edward F. Wilson, Charles F. White, Joseph
Winegar, Andrew Worden, Aaron Weller (killed on picket near Cold
Harbor, Va„ June 3, 1864), Peter Young, Charles M. Young (wounded
at Wilderness, Va,, May 5, 1864; disch. July 16, 1865), Theodore Parks,
Norman Wheeler, Alvah P. Hemstreet, John Sisbur, Jay Cornwall, Henry
Zimon, Lorenzo Ward, John Youa, Michael Doherty.

164TH INFANTRY.
COMPANY H.
Mustered Nov. 19, 1862.
Patrick McGuire, 4th aergeaut.



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HISTORY OF ONEIDA COUNTY, NEW YOEK.



Privates. — John Armstrong, Addieon Bonton, John BontoD, John Cumminga
(pro, to Corp.; prisoner; escaped; disch. in July, 1865), Felix Cain,
Patrick Cummings, Patrick Corcoran, James Deding, John Dfngman,
C. G. Fisher, John Flagg, Michael Gleason (prisoner at Ream's Station,
Va., Aug. 18,1864; in Libby prison; disch. July 3, 1865), Richard Gill,
Thomas Hogan, Amos Hemings, Lewis A. Kulman, Michael Kinney,
Hugh McMahon, Peter McDermott, John McArthur, John Quinn,
Michael Reilly, Daniel Reilly, James Reilly, Moses Redmond, Patrick
Shields, Daniel Sullivan, Frederick Toedt, Alberi; Walter, John Peter
"Wall rater.

178TH INFANTRY, "BURNSIDE RIFLES."

COMPANY B.
William Dawson, drummer ; enrolled May 21, 1863.

COMPANY 0.
Henry Houthly, private; enrolled June 9, 1863.

189TH INFANTRY.

COMPANY K.
Mustered in August and September, 1864.

Amos P. Pond, captain; com. Dec. 10, 1864; trans, to 15th N. Y. Eng.; must,
out July 2, 1865.

William B. Bliss, let lieutenant ; com. Nov. 10, 1864 ; trans, to 15th N. Y. Eng.

Walter G. Scott, 2d lieutenant; com. Dec. 10, 1864; trans, to 15th N. Y. Eng.;
res. March 27, 1865.

Thomas Burrell, 1st lieutenant; disch. May 30, 1865.

PrivaU-E.— J nBou Anson.'Frank L. Abbott, Theodore Anson, Nathan Beebe, Henry
Britton, Aroma Blount (disch. Jnne 9, 1864) ; Lunau E. Bailey, Patrick
Brady, Ananias Brewster, Amoa N.Brewster, Thomas Brown (disch. June
9, 1865; James A. Baker, Oliver Butler, Stephen Crillings, Jr., Henry
Carlton, Wm. M. Cook, Elon Convers, George B. Cornish, Daniel Com-
mins (disch. June 9, 1865), Addison P. Conrad, Andrew J. Cassel, Edward
Costello, Frederick Cain, Alien Cobb, John Cleland, Nonnan Corey, John
Collins, Franklin D. Cox, Elias Dryman (disch. June 9, 1864), Edwin B.
Downing, Adam Dimond, Wm. H, Drury, Wm. H. Eaton, Jerome S. Ed-
wards, Saboch EfRnger, John Ferkert, Chas. H. Fellows, Jabez Ford,
Richard Fielding, Robert Fielding, Eugene Gardiner (disch. June 9, 1864),
Hubert L. Greenhill, Henry L. Goodrich, George L. Godfrey, A. M. Han-
narg, John E. Halstead, Darius W. Hall (disch. June 9, 1864), Frank
Howel, Thomas Haydock (disch. May 29, 1865), Philip E. Howland, Seelye
Hollenbeck (disch. June 9, 1865), John T. Ives, Elias Jones (discharged),
Ransom Jillson, Jr., Alfred Kinney (disch. June 19, 1865), Charles S.
Kelly, Richard Kelly, Smith Lucas, Charles Lamphere, Harvey E.
Landers, Nathan S. Miles, Frank McCutchen, Nelson McGraw, George
Myers, George W. Murphy, Charles M. Miles, Thomas O'Neil (disch. May
20, 1865), Ambrose Odell, Edward Palmer, Lewis Putnam (disch. June 9,
1864), Kanney T. Park, John Q. Park, Seth A. Pratt, Evan Pritchard,
Andrew H. Richardson (died at City Point, Va., Jan. 29, 1865), Squire
Reader. Fredria Russell, John N. Sheer, Nathaniel Sweatman (died in
hospital), George H. Sheer, John D, Skinner, James Stevens, Joseph



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