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Civil War (1861 - 1865)
Allsman, William Paris PVT, 35th IL Inf., Co. C  
Austin, Henry Kirk White (1829 - 1864) SGT 1st CLASS, 9th NY Hvy. Arty., Co. E Wounded at the Battle of Cold Harbor, Hanover Co., VA; d. July 3, 1864 at David's Island, NY.
Baker, Milton J., MD 144th Inf. Vols., Co. H  
Banks, Edwin Alfred 1st CT Hvy. Arty., Co. A.  
Banks, Edwin Dunbar BLACKSMITH, 1st WI Cav., Co. C  
Barber, Alfred Clark SGT, 59th IL Inf. Vols., Co. G d. December 31, 1862, Battle of Stones River, Murfreesboro, Rutherford Co., TN.
Barber, John Weeden    
Barber, Leonidas Archibald CPL, 8th CT Inf. Vols., Co. G;
PVT, 3rd Veterans Reserve Corps, Co. F
 
Bartholomew, John S. PVT, 2nd MN Cav., Co. K  
Baxter, Henry J.$ BRIG. GEN., U.S. Army  
Beckwith, Daniel G. PVT, 23rd NY Inf. Vols., Co. A & K  
Bemis, Adelbert Warren PVT, 57th MA Inf. Co., B Captured May 12, 1864 Spottsylvania, VA; d. September 11, 1864 Andersonville National Cemetery, Andersonville, Sumter Co., GA of Scorbutus (Scurvy).
Bentley, Daniel Morgan PVT, 6th IA Cav. Vols., Co. K  
Birks, Riley Civil War - PVT, 106th IL Inf. Vols., Co. B  
Bixby, Jesse Dyke 50th NY Engrs. Vols., Co. B  
Bixby, Rufus Galusha (1848 - 1937) PVT, 50th NY Engrs. Vols., Co. D  
Bovee, Lorenzo Dow    
Bowen, Arden Heath PVT, 55th IL Inf. Vols., Co. C Civil, Spanish-American
Bowen, Caleb N. SGT, 17th PA Cav., Co. D (162nd Vols.) POW at Salisbury Prison, Rowan Co., NC; d. February 15, 1865 while imprisoned.
Brock, Alfred S. 17th IL Cav. Vols., Co. L  
Brundage, Azariah Conger 34th NY Inf. Vols., Co. I  
Bryan, Orlando M. BREVET LIEUT COL, U.S. Volunteer Medical Staff Inf. Regt.  
Bryant, Sylvester John PVT, 5th FL Inf., Co. B (CSA) d. January 4, 1863 Typhoid Fever
Buckingham, Andrew (1840 - 1895) PVT, 11th CT Inf. Vols., Co. I  
Bucklin, Henry CT Inf.  
Buckner, Richard "Rich" PVT, 14th IN Inf., Co. F;
PVT, 20th IN Inf., Co. I & B
 
Burdick, Addison Adelbert PVT, 85th NY Inf., Co. C Captured April 20, 1864 at the Battle of Pymouth, NC; d. October 13, 1864 Andersonville National Cemetery, Andersonville, Sumter Co., GA of disease.
Burdick, Almeron Green PVT, 53rd PA Inf., Co. G d. December 14, 1861 at Camp California, near Alexandria, Arlington Co., VA
Burdick, Ashbury Russell SGT, 4th WI Cav. Vols., Co. F  
Burdick, Benjamin Franklin (1839 - 1862) CPL, 4th RI Inf. Vols., Co. D d. September 17, 1862, Battle of Antietam, Antietam, Washington Co., MD.
Burdick, Charles Herbert PVT, 4th WI Cav. Vols., Co. F  
Burdick, Elno E.    
Burdick, Jesse Weeden   d. July 19, 1863, Haines Bluff, , MS
Burdick, Ira Dwight CAPT, 31st WI Inf., Co. C  
Burdick, John Clough    
Burdick, Silas Greene PVT, 85th NY Inf. Vols., Co. C Captured April 20, 1864 at the Battle of Plymouth, NC and imprisoned at Andersonville (Camp Sumter) Prison, Andersonville, Sumter Co., GA until March 1, 1865 when he was exchanged.
Burdick, Thompson (1832 - 1864) PVT, 1st NY Dragoons, Co. H d. June 12, 1864 at the Battle of Trevilian Station, Louisa Co., VA, he died in about an hour of a chest wound.
Burnham, James M. PVT, 13th WI Inf., Co. H Captured at Athens, Limestone County, Alabama
Burnside, Ambrose Everett$ MAJ. GEN.; Commander - Army of the Potomac Mexican-American, Civil
Burris, Jefferson T. PVT, 188th NY Inf., Co. F  
Bush, Harlan Page PVT, 50th NY Engineers;
ARTIFICER, 15th NY Engineers, Co. I
 
Buswell, Ezra Milton PVT, 39th WI Inf., Co. C (100 days - 1864)
Calkins, Willard Eddy 33rd NY Inf, Co. F  
Canfield, Duane Willard SGT, 14th NY Hvy Arty, Co., L & M d. July 27, 1864 at Washington, D.C. from wounds sustained June 17, 1864 at the Siege of Petersburg, , VA
Canfield, George Washington 4th MO Inf., Co. E  
Canfield, Owen Simpson PVT, 28th CT Inf., Vols., Co. F  
Caulkins, Edwin R.    
Chadwick, Charles M. WAGONER, 4th U.S. Cav. (Regular Army), Co. K - Charles N. Chadwick  
Chadwick, Lorenzo Dow PVT, 23rd MI Inf. Vols., Co. G  
Chase, William S. "Wilson" PVT, 34th NY Inf. Vols., Co. E;
CPL, 64th NY Inf. Vols., Co. K & G
 
Chatfield, Charles Henry (1840 - 1864) CAPT, 85th IL Inf. Vols., Co. D     d. June 27, 1864 Battle of Kennesaw Mountain near Marietta, Cobb Co., GA.
Chatfield, Clark Samuel (1838 - 1906) CPL, 2nd IL Cav. Vols., Co. C  
Chatfield, Edward Livingston (1842 - 1924) PVT, 113rd IL Inf. Vols., Co. B     POW imprisoned at Andersonville (Camp Sumter) Prison, Andersonville, Macon Co., GA.
Chatfield, Eliza Ann [Harrington] Volunteer Nurse  
Chatfield, Henry E. 1SGT, 18th MI Inf. Vols., Co. I     d. November 27, 1864 Huntsville, Madison Co, AL (Railroad Accident).
Chatfield, Isaac Willard 2nd LIEUT, 27th IL Inf. Vols., Co. E  
Chatfield, James Lauren SGT, 10th OH Cav., Co. D  
Chatfield, William Stoddard PVT, 156th IL Inf. Vols., Co. F  
Clark, Joseph Hale SGT, 10th VT Inf., Co. A  
Clark, Paxton L. PVT, 7th PA Cav., Co. L  
Clinton, Arthur Beverly Colebrook PVT, 145th PA Inf. Vols., Co. E  
Clinton, Charles Huston PVT, 105th PA Inf. Vols., Co. H  
Clinton, Charles Willis LIEUT,  
Clinton, Cyrus Henry  
Clinton, George Orson LIEUT, 1st WI Cav., Co., B  
Clinton, Hastings B. SGT, 1st WI Cav., Co. B  
Clinton, Henry P. 2nd LIEUT & QUATERMASTER, 7th WI Inf., Co. F & S  
Clinton, James Barnett CAPT, 1st Ind. CT Lt. Arty.  
Clinton, James George CPL, d. December 13, 1862 at the Battle of Fredericksburg, VA.
Clinton, Joseph (1835 - ) PVT, 82nd PA Inf. Vols., Co. I & B  
Clinton, Orson Pearce LIEUT, 1st WI Cav., Co. B Took part in the capture of Jefferson Davis.
Clinton, Urial P. 21st WI Inf., Co. I  
Clinton, William Rothrock    
Cole, Allen T. PVT, 147th NY Inf., Co. F  
Cole, Andrew Jackson PVT, 73rd IN Inf. Vols., Co. E d. April 4, 1863 Gallatin, Sumner Co., TN - Fever
Cole, Andrew M. PVT, 106th NY Inf. Vols., Co. K  
Cole, David Payne PVT, 73rd IN Inf. Vols., Co. E  
Cole, George Frederick CPL, 53rd PA Inf. Vols., Co. G  
Cole, Giles Edward PVT, 128th IN Inf. Vols., Co. E d. December 12, 1864, Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis Co., MO - Fever
Cole, Ira Kingsbury "King" PVT, 188th OH Inf., Vols.;
PVT, 195th OH Inf., Vols., Co. C - Ira R. Cole
 
Cole, John Conger SGT, 73rd Inf. Vols., Co. E  
Cole, Lorentus Samuel PVT, 1st PA Lt. Arty., Btry. E (43rd Vols.) d. November 28, 1861, near Chain Bridge, VA.
Cole, Lorenzo Dow SGT, 6th NY Cav., Co. G d. Battle of Berryville, VA (KIA).
Cole, Nelson D.   Civil, Spanish-American
Cole, Seth Rosell MUSICIAN, 96th OH Inf. Vols, Co. E;
PVT, 182nd OH Inf. Vols., Co. B (Musician)
 
Cole, Theron (1844 - 1864) PVT, 109th NY Inf., Co. K. POW, captured May 12, 1864, during the Battle of Spotsylvania Court House at the Ny River Skirmish in VA. He died October 28, 1864 at Andersonville (Camp Sumter) Prison, Andersonville, Sumter Co., GA of Scorbutus (Scurvy).
Cole, Walter S. 1st SGT, 4th MI Cav., Co. H POW, imprisoned at Libby Prison, Richmond, Henrico Co., VA for several months before being exchanged.
Coleman, Augustus Henry LIEUT COL, 11th OH Inf., Co. F & S d. Sept. 17, 1862; Battle of Antietam, Washington Co., MD.
Coleman, Horace SURGEON, 147th OH Inf. (National Guard), Co. F & S  
Coleman, Oren H. PVT, 141st PA Inf. Vols., Co. A;
2nd Btn. Veterans Reserve Corps, 3rd Co.
 
Collier, Henry    
Comstock, Alden Hathaway BRIG. GEN, Quartermaster  
Copp, Charles Sherman PVT, 1st Reg. MO Engineers, Co. C & I  
Copp, Milton D. PVT, 1st IA Cav., Co. A - Melton Copp  
Cortright, Reuben W. PVT, 50th NY Engrs., Co. A - Rubin W. Cartright  
Craig, David PVT, 24th IA Inf. Vols., Co. K  
Crandall, Alanson Goodrich PVT, 24th IA Inf. Vols., Co. K  
Crandall, Delos Velos (1829 - 1906) PVT, 26th IA Inf., Co. A  
Crandall, Gilespie Burney 23rd Div., Co. E. WI Regt.  
Crandall, Ira Sayles    
Crandall, James Hervey    
Crandall, Jared CPL, 49th WI Inf. Vols., Co. I  
Crandall, Merrel Chamberlain PVT, 24th IA Inf. Vols., Co. K  
Crandall, Wallace Murray PVT, 24th IA Inf. Vols., Co. K  
Crandall, Zanoni Glenary PVT, 24th IA Inf. Vols., Co. K d. April 17, 1864, Vicksburg, Warren Co., MS (Disease).
Crawford, Lott PVT, 184th PA Inf., Co. B d. October 24, 1864 Andersonville (Camp Sumter) Prison, Andersonville, Sumter Co., GA
Crouch, Francis Clark PVT, 1st NY Lt. Arty., Btry. B d. October 15, 1864, Washington, D.C. of Typhoid Fever.
Cruthers, Leander F. CPL, 111th NY Inf. Vols., Co. I  
Culver, John C. CAPT, 26th MI Inf., Vols., Co. E d. May 24, 1863 of wounds received in action May 23, 1863 near Windsor, Isle of Wright Co., VA.
Davis, Theodore Whitehead U.S. Navy aboard USS Hartford under Adm. David G. Farragut Interpreting Confederate Signals.
Dennie, Edward Martin 1st LIEUT, 4th Btn., MA Inf. (Militia), Co. A  
Dennis, George Thomas PVT, 85th NY Inf. Vols., Co. I records report him as George I. Dennis
Dennis, Mason G. PVT, 211th PA Inf., Co. C  
Dills, Charles Henry PVT, 5th MN Inf., Co. C  
Dewey, George$ ADMIRAL, U.S. Navy, USS Agawam, USS Colorado Civil, Spanish-American
Dunscombe, John Godfrey U.S. Navy  
Fargo, Benjamin Franklin (1817 - 1902) U.S. Army (Regular Army)  
Fargo, George Francis PVT, 3rd MI Inf. Vols. (1st organization), Co. D d. March 15, 1864 Camp Bullock, Brandy Station, VA of Measles.
Fargo, Henry Spencer PVT, 3rd MI Inf. Vols. (1st organization), Co. D;
PVT, 5th MI Inf., Co. A
 
Fargo, Myron L. CAPT, 67th NY Inf., Vols., National Guard, Co. H (30 days - 1863)
Fargo, William Henry Harrison 1st SGT, 9th NY Cav. Vols., Co. H - W. H. Harrison Fargo  
Fargo, Wilson David MUSICIAN 1st CLASS 3rd MI Inf. Vols. (1st organization) - Regimental Band, Co. F & S  
Farley, Henry 2nd SGT, 52nd PA Inf. Vols., Co. C  
Fay, William Patrick PVT, 85th NY Inf., Co. C Captured April 20, 1864 at the Battle of Pymouth, NC; SUCCESSFULLY ESCAPED!
Fenner, Stephen Henry MAJ, 104th NY Inf. Vols., Co. I (Wadsworth's Guards)  
Fisher, Charles Wiley 2nd SGT, 52nd PA Inf. Vols., Co. C  
Foster, Edwin E.    
Foot (Foote?), Henry R. PVT, 142nd OH Inf .Vols. (National Guard), Co., H  
Fox, Daniel W. CPL, 76th NY Inf. Vols., Co. B  
Fox, Oscar C CAPT, 76th NY Inf. Vols., Co. B  
Garfield, James Abram$ MAJ GEN, 42nd OH Vol. Inf.;
20th Brigade, 6th Div., Army of the Ohio
 
Garthwaite, Orson Crandall 13th WI Inf. Vols., Co. K  
German, Andrew PVT, 72nd OH Inf. Vols., Co. A POW, Captured June 11, 1864, Battle of Brice's Crossroads, Ripley, Tippah Co., MS; imprisoned at Cahaba Prison (Castle Morgan) Cahaba, Dallas Co., AL; transferred to Andersonville (Camp Sumter) Prison, Andersonville, Sumter Co., GA; survivor of the SS Sultana Disaster April 26, 1865 at Helena, Atchison Co., KS.
German, David Force CPL, 8th OH Inf. Vols., Co. E - David T. German;
PVT, 164th OH Inf. Vols., Co. A (National Guard) - David T. German
3 months (1861);
100 day service.
German, Isaac Talman SGT, 103rd NY Inf. Vols., Co. I  
German, Silas Kendall "Squirrel Hunters"; PVT, 145th OH Inf. Vols., Co. G (National Guard) 100 day service.
German, Thomas C. PVT, 72nd OH Inf. Vols., Co. A  
Gipson, Stephen M. CPL, 76th IL Inf. Vols., Co. B  
Goodrich, Abraham Washburn PVT, 60th MA Inf. Vols. (Millitia), Co. G  
Goodrich, Alexander (1838 - ) PVT, 87th IL Inf. Vols., Co K  
Goodrich, Alexis L. PVT, 176th NY Inf. Vols., Co. G - Alexus Goodrich d. July 27, 1863 aboard a transport enroute from Brazier City to New Orleans.
Goodrich, Allen Brown PVT, 154th NY Inf. Vols., Co. B;
transferred to PVT, 19th Veterans Reserve Corps, Co. E
 
Goodrich, Allen O. 24th NY Inf. Vols., Co. D;
PVT, 1st MI Inf. Vols., Co. C;
PVT, 2nd Btn., Veteran Reserve Corps, Co. 5. (formerly 10th Veteran Reserve Corps, Co. H)
 
Goodrich, Benjamin Franklin$ SURGEON  
Goodrich, Edwin Constant PVT, 57th PA Inf., Co. D (HA)  
Goodrich, Henry David U.S. Navy, aboard the steamer USS Metacomet under Capt. James E. Jouett  
Goodrich, Horace G. PVT, 19th IL Inf. Vols., Co. A d. July 20, 1861, Palmyra, Portage Co., OH
Goodrich, George ( - 1863) PVT, 8th NY Cav. Vols. d. February 20, 1863
Goodrich, James P. CPL, 9th NY Cav. Vols., Co. I  
Goodrich, John Ellsworth CHAPLAIN, 1st VT Cav. Vols., Co. C & L  
Goodrich, Lorenzo D. (1824 - 1863) CPL, 110th NY Inf. Vols., Co. B d. July 11, 1863
Goodrich, Manzer Judson 177th PA Militia, Co. E  
Goodrich, Milton P. CAPT, 9th NY Cav. Vols., Co. I & G  
Goodrich, Silas (1814 - ) PVT, 91st NY Inf. Vols., Co. C & F - Silas Goodrich, Jr.  
Goodrich, Truman D. PVT, 91st NY inf. Vols., Co. F  
Gorton, Aaron F. PVT, 20th MI Inf. Vols., Co. K d. January 13, 1863
Gorton, Farnsworth PVT, 13th PA Reserve Inf. (42nd PA Inf. Vols./1st PA Rifles), Co. A Right arm amputated.
Gorton, Harvey PVT, 6th IN Cav. Vols. (71st IN Inf. Vols.), Co. A  
Gorton, James (1832 - ) PVT, 6th IN Cav. Vols. (71st IN Inf. Vols.), Co. A & E  
Gorton, Jerome (1835 - 1862) PVT, 23rd NY Inf. Vols., Co. D d. Sept. 17, 1862: Battle of Antietam, Washington Co., MD.
Gorton, John Anthony (1844 - ) PVT, 3rd RI Hv Arty Vols., Co. B  
Gorton, Orlando R. "Orley" (1840 - 1891) PVT, 50th NY Engrs. Vols., Co., F - Orley R. Gorton  
Gorton, Silas (1827 - 1863)    
Graham, Elmer Melville 144th New York Inf. Vols., Co. C  
Grant, Andrus T.   d. July 22, 1864, Battle of Peachtree Creek
Grant, George, Jr. PVT, 14th NY Hvy. Arty., Co. I  
Grant, Jonathan T.   d. July 2, 1963, Battle of Gettysburg
Graves, Samuel Alexander PVT, 86th IL Inf. Vols., Co. G  
Green, Harrison Webster 1st NY Dragoons, Co. H POW, captured and imprisoned at Libby Prison, Richmond, , VA and the Confederate Prison No. 6, Danville, , VA.
Green, Jesse Saunders CPL, 3rd WI Inf., Co. F, I, D.  
Greene, Ethan S. 85th NY Vols, Co. C Captured April 20, 1864 at the Battle of Pymouth, NC; d. May 24, 1864 Andersonville (Camp Sumter) Prison, Andersonville, Sumter Co., GA of Diarrhea
Greene, Wilber Maxson "Uncle Mac" PVT, 1st WI Cav., Co. E - Wilbur M. Greene  
Greene, Williet H. CPL, 1st WI Cav., Co. E  
Griggs, Charles Wesley    
Guthrie, Joseph Jones PVT, 13th PA Cav. (117th Inf., Vols.), Co. G. Mexican-American; Civil
Haas, George W. 2nd MI Cav., Co. C  
Hain, Daniel PVT, 207th PA Inf., Vols., Co. H  
Hale, Francis (1839 - 1911) PVT, 25th CT Inf. Vols., Co. H  
Hale, Oliver Francis (1841 - 1904) CPL, 25th CT Inf. Vols., Co. H  
Hart, George Dwight PVT, 32nd IA Inf. Vols., Co. I;
PVT, 2nd Btn. Veteran's Reserve Corps, Co. 62
 
Hawke, Herbert PVT, 10th KS Inf., Co. B  
Hawley, Harvey O. PVT, 25th MI Inf., Co. C  
Hawley, Hiram W. PVT, 113th IL Inf. Vols., Co. E d. August 8, 1863, Corinth, Alcorn Co., MS of Disease.
Hayes, Everett P. PVT, 2nd NY Cav. Vols., Co. I - Everett P. Hays  
Hayes, Francis N. "Frank" CPL, 98th NY Inf. Vols., Co. I - Francis Marion Hays  
Hayes, George J. CPL, 126th NY Inf., Co. B - George Hays  
Hayes, Luther Sisson PVT, 148th NY Inf., Co. I  
Hayes, William A. PVT, 126th NY Inf., Co. B - Wm A. Hays  
Heath, Alexander Madison CPL, 9th MO State Militia Cav. Vols., Co. H  
Hill, Willard PVT, 85th NY Inf., Co. F  
Hollister, Albert E. PVT, 5th NY Cav.  
Hollister, Albert Henry (1843 - 1910) PVT, 22nd WI Inf., Co. K;
COL, 30th U.S. Colored Troops
 
Hollister, Arthur A.    
Hollister, John Quincy Adams CAPT, 112th NY Inf., Co. E  
Hollister, Oliver Chapin PVT, 5th MI Cav., Co. H d. September 4, 1864 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA
Hooker, Joseph$ MAJ. GEN.; Union Army Seminole (2), Mexican-American, Civil.
Hotchkiss, Archie Frank    
Houghton, Thomas PVT, 142nd PA Inf., Co. E;
Unassigned Veteran Reserve Corps
 
Howard, Lagunus Moroni "Coney" PVT, 186th NY Inf. Vols., Co. C - Luconius M. Howard  
Hubble, Edgar Gaylord 159th NY Inf.  
Huff, Andrew Woods PVT, 52nd PA Inf. Vols., Co. C - Woods A. Huff  
Huff, George W. PVT, 207th PA Inf., Co. I  
Huff, Theodore Ramen PVT, 37th PA Militia, Co. H  
Hunt, George T. CPL, 117th NY Inf. Vols., Co. B  
Hurd, James Harvey PVT, 141st NY Inf., Vols., Co. G d. July 16, 1863 at Nelson Hospital, Yorktown, York Co., VA of Typhoid Fever.
Irish, Edgar Walton April 17 - August 17, 1861 PVT, 1st RI Inf. Vols., Co. I; October 4, 1861 1st SGT, 85th NY Inf. Vols., Co. C. Captured with his brother George, April 20, 1864 at the Battle of Plymouth, NC and imprisoned at Andersonville (Camp Sumter) Prison, Andersonville, Sumter Co., GA; exchanged April 19, 1865 at Vicksburg, Warren Co., MS (H Squad, N Mess - April 15, 1865), released April 21, 1865. He made, preserved and supplied the evidence that made possible the execution of Capt. Henry Wirz.
Irish, George Hadwin PVT, 85th NY Inf., Co. C Captured with his brother Edgar, April 20, 1864 at the Battle of Pymouth, NC and imprisoned at Andersonville (Camp Sumter) Prison, Andersonville, Sumter Co., GA where he died August 2, 1864 of Dysentery.
Jackson, Joseph D. PVT, 124th NY Inf. Vols., Co. K  
Jackson, Oliver Young PVT, 176th NY Inf. Vols., Co. D  
Johnston, Elliott W. 1st SGT, 144 NY Inf. Vols., Co. I  
Johnston, Harvey (1827 - 1896) PVT, 114th PA Inf., Co. C  
Johnston, Henry R. PVT, 144th NY Inf., Co. I;
CPL, 89th NY Inf., Co. K - Henry R. Johnson
 
Johnston, Laurens Hull 2nd CO Cav. Vols.  
Johnston, Milton O. PVT, 144th NY Inf., Co. I d. September 27, 1863, Folly Island, Charleston Co., SC.
Johnston, Richard L. PVT, 144th NY Inf., Co. I  
Johnston, Theodore Mercereau MAJ, (CSA)  
Johnston, William (CSA)  
Johnston, William Augustus PVT, 51st NY Inf. Vols., Co. K d. Wounded Sept. 17, 1862 at Battle of Antietam, Washington Co., MD.
Johnston, Witter Henry CAPT, 144th NY Inf. Vols., Co.'s F & I  
Jones, Elias Orville MUSICIAN, 115th IL Inf., Co. H  
Jones, John Archibald PVT, 2nd FL Btn., Co. F (CSA) May 6, 1864 (KIA)
Keller, James McFee 47th NY Inf. Vols., Co. F  
Kenyon, Abel Burdick PVT, 7th RI Inf. Vols., Co. K July 13, 1863, wounded at the Jackson Expedition, near Jackson, MS; May 12, 1864, wounded at the Battle of Spotsylvania Court House, Spotsylvania Co., VA.
Kenyon, Johnson Wilson PVT, 16th NY Hvy. Arty., Co. K  
Kilbourn, George H. PVT, 3rd NY Lt. Arty. Vols., Co. C - George N. Kilbourn  
Kinner, LeGrand    
Lane, George (1840 - 1926) 2nd Indpendent MI Sharpshooters  
Lattin, Nathaniel (1846 - 1906)    
Langworthy, George Irish PVT, 85th NY Inf. Vols., Co. E  
Leavenworth, John Robbins PVT, 107th NY Inf., Co. K  
Lehman, Jacob CPL, 11th PA Inf. Vols., Co. D d. May 8, 1864: Battle of Spotsylvania Court House, Spotsylvania Co., VA.
Lewis, Nathan Barber CPL, 7th RI Regt., Co. F  
Lewis, Robert Boyd CPL, 14th NY Hv. Arty., Co. L  
Lieberknecht, John Jacob PVT, 12th OH Inf. Vols., Co. G - Jacob Lieberknecht  
Lounsberry, Harvey Wellington 33rd IA Inf. Vols., Co. E  
Lounsberry, Joel Guernsey SGT, 1st IA Cav., Co. G  
Loofboro, John Wade PVT, 26th IA Inf. Vols., Co. F  
Losee, John J. PVT, 112th NY Inf., Co. F d. April 11, 1863 in a field hospital near Suffolk, , VA (Inflamation of the brain after a fever).
Lucas, Charles A. PVT, 34 IL Inf. Vols., Co. G - Charles L. Lucas d. April 1862 Battle of Shilo, Hardin Co., TN
Luce, Israel D. PVT, 44th NY Inf., Co. H  
Ludington, Marshall Independence MAJ GEN  
Martin, Joseph (1838 - 1921) PVT, 143rd PA Inf. Vols., Co. E  
Marvin, Hector Asa PVT, 33rd IL Inf. Vols., Co. B d. November 19, 1861 at Ironton, Iron Co., MO
Matteson, David C. PVT, 9th NY Heav. Arty. Vols., Co. A  
Mason, Milton Arthur PVT, 41st OH Inf., Co. B  
Mason, Theodore CPL, 14th NY Art., Co. I Captured June 2, 1864 at Shady Grove, VA; d. October 7, 1864 Andersonville (Camp Sumter) Prison, Andersonville, Sumter Co., GA of Scorbutus (Scurvy)
Maxson, Benjamin Franklin LIEUT, 160th NY Inf. Vols., Co G d. September 19, 1864 at the Battle of Opequon, Frederick Co., VA.
Maxson, Horace L. PVT, 85th NY Inf, Co. C October 22, 1864 Andersonville (Camp Sumter) Prison, Andersonville, Sumter County, Georgia
Maxson, Prentice Coon SGT, 85th NY Inf. Vols., Co. D  
Maxson, Russell John PVT, 85th NY Inf. Vols., Co. G  
Maxson, Orson Freeman 52nd NY Inf. Vols., Co. G  
McCarrick, James K. PVT, 34th NY Inf. Vols., Co. D  
McClellan, George Brinton "Little Mac"$ General-in-chief of the Union Army Organized the Army of the Potomac.
McCrea, Tully BRIG GEN, Civil, Spanish-American.
McQueen, Calvin W. CPL, 88th IN Inf. Vols., Co. A d. January 23, 1863 during the Tullahoma Campaign, Davidson Co., TN.
Miner, William Lewis PVT, 41st Inf. Vol., Co. G Civil, Spanish-American.
Mering, George Everitt 1st LIEUT, 86th NY Inf., Co's. I & K  
Merrill, Selah, DD LLD$ CHAPLAIN, 49th U.S. Colored Inf. (formed from the 11th Louisiana Inf.), Co's F & S 1882–1885, 1891–1893, and 1898–1907 U.S. Consul to Jerusalem
Metcalf, David (1827 - 1907)    
Middaugh, Charles P. PVT, 64th NY Inf. Vols., Co. H d. December 13, 1862 at the Battle of Fredericksburg, Fredericksburg, , VA.
Middaugh, John Emory    
Miles, Nelson Appleton$ LIEUT COL, U.S. Army, 61st NY Vol. Inf. Civil, Indian (Great Plains), Spanish-American; CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR for actions at the Battle of Chancellorsville Spotsylvania Co., VA.
Miller, Andrew Jackson CPL, 101st OH Inf. Vols., Co. G  
Miller, William Wesley PVT, 79th IL Inf., Co. I  
Mizell, Enoch Everett PVT, 7th FL Inf., Co. B (CSA)  
Monnier, William H. CPL, 27th MA Inf., Co. E POW, captured May 16, 1864 at Drewry's Bluff (Fort Darling), Chesterfield Co., VA; imprisoned at Andersonville (Camp Sumter) Prison, Andersonville, Sumter Co., GA. Exchanged November 25, 1864 then died December 4, 1864 at Annapolis, Ann Arundel Co., MD.
Nash, Osborn Preble PVT, 44th MA Inf. Vols. (Militia), Co. H;
PVT, U.S. Signal Corps Vols.
 
Nichols, James Augustus    
Nichols, Vincent SGT, 203rd PA Inf., Co. C.  
Nixson, William Henry PVT, 147th NY Inf. Vols., Co. H - William Nixon;
PVT, 91st NY Inf. Vols., Co. B - William Nickson.
 
Norton, Gilbert Burns PVT, 1st CT Hvy. Arty., Co. H  
Nostrant, James W. PVT, 185th NY Inf. Vols., Co. A  
Ogden, Edward S. PVT, 5th MI Cav., Co. M d. September 17, 1864 Andersonville (Camp Sumter) Prison, Andersonville, Sumter Co., GA of Scorbutus (Scurvy)
Osborn, Charles O. PVT, 73rd IN Inf. Vols., Co. E  
Osborn, Daniel L. CPL, 73rd IN Inf. Vols., Co. E  
Osborn, Edward Cole PVT, 151st IN Inf. Vols., Co. E  
Page, John W. CPL, 6th NH Inf. Vols., Co. I  
Palmer, Milo Livingston PVT, 8th GA Inf., Co. E. & A (CSA)  
Parker, Seth    
Pearce, John David 4th FL Inf., Williams Co. (CSA)  
Pearce, George Wesley PVT, 4th FL Inf., Co. F (CSA)  
Osborn, Edward Cole PVT, 151st IN Inf. Vols., Co. E  
Phelps, Joseph Joshua, Rev. 2nd LIEUT, 9th MI Inf. Vols., Co. E  
Place, Benjamin Franklin T. "Frank" 1st NY Dragoons, Co. H  
Plumb, Albert A. PVT, 4th WI Cav., Co. K Captured February 8, 1864 at Doyles Plantation, LA; d. July 8. 1864 Andersonville (Camp Sumter) Prison, Andersonville, Sumter Co., GA of Diarrhea
Potter, Elisha A. Berdan's Sharpshooters, Co. B  
Potter, Julius Adelford PVT, 46th IL Inf. Vols., Co. B  
Remington, Orrin D. PVT, 1st MA Cav., Co. E  
Rice, George Hogg 42nd IL Inf., Co. C  
Ripley, Charles Carpenter U.S Navy aboard the USS Sabine  
Robins, Charles Gideon PVT, 13th WI Inf. Vols., Co. H  
Robbins, Daniel (1834 - 1915) PVT, 2nd WI Cav., Co. L  
Robbins, David B. (1822 - ) PVT, 143rd NY Inf., Co. D. Wounded May 6, 1864 at Battle of the Wilderness, Spotsylvania & Orange Co's., VA.
Robbins, George W. PVT, 6th WI Inf., Co. I d. September 21, 1862 Georgetown, Kent Co., MD in hospital due to a compound fracture of the ankle joint; gangrene set in after being wounded in battle.
Robbins, John E. PVT, 20th IA Inf. Vols., Co. F  
Robbins, Mortimer Cadrick Fredrick PVT, 38th IA Inf., Co. F;
PVT, 34th IA Inf., Co. K
 
Robbins, Myron Welbs PVT, 150th NY Inf., Co. G  
Robbins, Truman Hinman CPL, 13th NY Inf. Vols., Co. I  
Robbins, Wilder M. PVT, 12th MI Inf. Vols., Co. E  
Rockwell, Henry Clay (1834 - 1874) QUARTERMASTER, 51st NC Inf., Co. H (CSA)  
Rowley, Artemus C.    
Rowley, Edward Abijah PVT, 1st MN Inf. Vols., Co. K;
PVT, 1st Ind. Bty, MN Lt. Arty.
 
Rowley, James H. PVT, 142nd OH Inf. Vols. (National Guard), Co., H  
Rowley, Melville Beers PVT, 121st OH Inf. Vols., Co G;
PVT, 126TH Co., 2nd Btn., Veteran Reserve Corps
Wounded September 20, 1863 at Battle of Chickamauga, Catoosa & Walker Co's., GA.
Rumsey, Henry Harrison PVT, 126th NY Inf., Co. C July 3, 1863, wounded at the Battle of Gettysburg
Sage, John L. 24th CT Vols., Co. D  
Sanford, David Platt CHAPLAIN, 20th CT Inf. Vols., Co. F & S  
Sanford, Mitchell A. PVT, 157th NY Inf. Vols., Co. C Wounded at the Battle of Gettysburg, PA.
Sanford, Timothy Royall PVT, 1st OH Lt. Arty.  
Saunders, William Albert CPL, 23rd OH Inf. Vols., Co. I  
Saxton, George Henry 1st SGT, 1st MI Sharpshooters, Co. B.  
Selfridge, Robert Oliver GEN, 3rd MI Cav., Co. S  
Sellers, William Harvey PVT, Mann's Regt., Texas Calvary (Bradford's), Co., H - CSA  
Shadle, David W. PVT, 11th PA Inf. Vols., Co. I  
Shadle, George W. PVT, 131st PA Inf. Vols., Co. B  
Shadle, Solomon W. SGT, 11th PA Inf. Vols., Co. D Wounded at the Second Battle of Bull Run.
Shaver, John F. PVT, 15th NY Engrs., Co. H - John H. Shaffer  
Shaw, Phineas Anthony PVT, 5th WI Inf. Vols., Co. E  
Shepard, Minot PVT, 2nd CT Hvy. Arty.  
Sherman, John Francis (1833 - 1914) PVT, 12th RI Inf. Vols., Co. K  
Sherman, (William) Tecumseh, "Cump"$ GEN.; Union Army Seminole (2), Civil - Commander of the Union Armies of the West.
Sherman, William Carder Hazard MAJ.; Union Army Paymaster.
Shurtleff, Albert Tillson PVT, 1st RI Inf. Vols., Co. D (3 months, 1861) - Albert T. Shurtliff POW, wounded & taken prisoner July 21, 1861 at 1st Battle of Bull Run (1st Manassas) (July 24, 1861 Right arm amputated); prisoner of Libby Prison.
Shurtleff, Henry Freeman PVT, 18th MA Inf., Co. C POW, captured at the Battle of the Wilderness, Spotsylvania & Orange Co's., VA; imprisoned at the Florence Stockade, Florence, Florence Co., SC; transferred to Andersonville (Camp Sumter) Prison, Andersonville, Sumter Co., GA (11 months); exchanged March 10, 1865.
Shurtleff, Levi (1829 - 1862) CPL, 18th MA Inf., Co. C d. October 7, 1862 at Governors Island, New York Co., NY of Camp Fever, Enlargement of the Heart.
Sisson, Charles Smith PVT, 5th RI Hv Arty, Co. A. POW, captured May 5, 1864 at Croatan, NC; d. August 19, 1864 at Andersonville (Camp Sumter) Prison, Andersonville, Sumter Co., GA of Dysentery.
Sisson, Joseph Milton 5th NY Heavy Artillery, Co. I  
Sisson, Luther (1840 - 1923) PVT, 148th NY Inf. Vols., Co. I  
Sisson, Reuben (1824 - 1886) PVT, 44th NY Inf. Vols., Co. C  
Sisson, William Albert SGT, 3rd WI Inf. Vols., Co. I  
Smith, Charles B. (1845 - 1924) PVT, 86th NY Inf. Vols., Co. E  
Smith, Frederick V "Fred" PVT, 10th WI Inf., Co. A (Fred V. Smith)  
Smith, George (1825 - 1864) 161st NY Inf., Co. C d. October 7, 1864 Morganza, Pointe Coupee Parish, LA of Dysentery.
Smith, James (1816 - 1915)    
Snyder, Percival Walker PVT,  
Spencer, Henry Tweedy, Dr. SURGEON for Col. Doubleday's NY Heavy Art. Regt.  
Spencer, John (1821 - 1881) 9th NY Cav.  
Spencer, John Tyler SGT, 2nd PA. Hv. Arty. Vols. (112th Volunteers), Co. H  
Spencer, Thomas Franklin U.S. Navy (Engineer)  
Spooner, Francis M. PVT, 18th MA Inf., Co.'s A & B Captured May 5, 1864 Battle of the Wilderness, Spottsylvania & Orange Co's, VA; d. August 3, 1864 Andersonville (Camp Sumter) Prison, Andersonville, Sumter Co., GA of Dsyentery
Stearns, Albion Strauss PVT, 12th ME Inf. Vols., Co. D  
Stephens, Andrew Wood PVT, 85th NY Inf. Vols., Co. K & H September 2, 1861–September 27, 1862
Stevens, Arthur D. 5th MI Inf.  
Stevens, Augustus PVT, 186th NY Inf. Vols., Co. H  
Stevens, Darius Wellman 141st NY Inf. Vols., Co. D Drowned August 21, 1862 Elmira, Chemung Co., NY.
Stevens, David Brainard   Typhoid Fever.
Stevens, Edwin Holland PVT, 1st MI Lt Art. Vols., Btry. A  
Stevens, Erastus Corning PVT, 11th IL Inf. Vols., Co. D - Erastus T. Stevens;
SGT, 1st IL Cav. Vols., Co. K
(3 months - 1861)
Stevens, George Eldad 141st NY Inf. Vols., Co. D d. July 20, 1863 U.S.A. Hospital No. 1, Frederick, Frederick Co., MD of Typhoid Fever.
Stevens, Harmon (1833 - 1909) PVT, 107th NY Inf. Vols., Co. G  
Stevens, James M. PVT, 11th IL Inf. Vols., Co. D;
PVT, 11th IL Inf. Vols., Co. I
(3 months - 1861)
Stevens, Jason (1840 - 1921)    
Stevens, Joseph (1836 - 1922) SGT, 3rd MI Inf. Vols. (2nd organization), Co. G  
Stevens, Ralph 107th NY Inf. Vols., Co. F  
Stevens, Steven Strickland CAPT, 20th CT Inf. Vols., Co. K - S. Strickland Stevens  
Stevens, Thomas Asaph 2ND LIEUT, 146th IL Inf. Vols., Co. C (1 year, 1864-1865)
Stillman, Amos Russell    
Stillman, Rufus Birney    
Stillman, Russell PVT, 2nd NY Arty., Co. E Captured June 17, 1864 Petersburg, VA; d. July 31, 1864 Andersonville (Camp Sumter) Prison, Andersonville, Sumter Co., GA Cause of Death: Dysentery
Stilson, Abel Gallup CPL, 144th NY Inf. Vols., Co. D  
Stilson, Arthur Clark, Rev. PVT, 101st NY Inf. Vols., Co. G & D  
Stilson, Lyman (1839 - 1871) PVT, 107th NY Inf. Vols., Co. I  
Stilson, Lyman Dayton PVT, 49th NY Inf. Vols., Co. D  
Stilson, Nathan B. WAGONER, 89th NY inf. Vols.  
Stilson, Sherwood Hawley PVT, 103rd OH Inf. Vols., Co. B  
Stowell, Ralph Phineas PVT, 100th NY Inf. Vols., Co. B & A  
Strait, Daniel PVT, 86th NY Inf. Vols., Co. K  
Street, Joseph A. PVT, 19, IA Inf., Co. E  
Strickland, Chester D. CPL, 154th NY Inf. Vols., Co. K  
Taft, Herbert S. SGT, 3rd MI Inf., Vols. (2nd organization), Co. E  
Tallman, Edgar Haight PVT, 19th MI Inf. Vols., Co. C - Ed H. Tallman  
Tallman, Henry Merritt CPL, 22 NY Cav. Vols., Co. M - Henry W. Tallman  
Tallman, Solomon A. PVT, 4th MN Inf. Vols., Co. K  
Tallman, Trustum C. CPL, 90th NY Inf., Co. H & F d. May 27, 1865 Satterlee Field Hospital, W. Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA of Acute Laryngitis (Pneumonia).
Tallman, William Henry CAPT, 2nd MI Cav. Vols., Co. K & D;
CAPT, 136th U. S. Colored Inf.
 
Talman, Byron G. LIEUT, 22nd NY Cav. Vols., Co. H & M  
Talman, Orville J. SGT, 108th NY Inf. Vols., Co. B - Orville J. Tallman  
Tanner, Kirk White SGT, 33rd WI Inf. Vols., Co. F. After about a year's service including several months spent in the hospital, he was honorably discharged due to "physical inability".
Taylor, Buel G. PVT, 86th NY Inf. Vols., Co. C  
Taylor, Charles Herbert PVT, 140th NY Inf., Co. H (KIA) July 2, 1863 Battle of Gettysburg (LIttle Round Top)
Taylor, Ebenezer Ovid "Sam" PVT, 35th NY Inf. Vols., Co. F.;
PVT, 109th NY Inf., Co. E.;
PVT, 51st NY Inf. Vols., Co. E
Wounded, Battle of Fredericksburg, VA.
Taylor, Josiah W. SGT MAJ, 11th NH Inf., Co. I  
Taylor, Lorenzo D. 141st NY Inf. Vols., Co. D POW, captured October 29, 1863 at Battle of Wauhatchie, Lookout Valley, TN; d. October 22, 1864 at Andersonville (Camp Sumter) Prison, Andersonville, Sumter Co., GA of Scorbutus (Scurvy).
Terry, Austin Horace SGT, 8th IA Inf., Co. A  
Tewksbury, Henry 187th PA Inf., Co. G  
Thomas, Charles E. (1843 - 1904) CPL, 7th FL Inf., Co. C (CSA) November 25, 1863: Mini-ball broke right thigh bone
Tompkins, James Andrew PVT, 2nd FL Cav., Co. B (CSA)  
Tompkins, Howard Hamilton PVT, 3rd Lt. Arty., Co. G  
Tompkins, John Wesley PVT, 9th FL Inf., Co. B (CSA)  
Tompkins, Julius H. CPL, 17th MI Inf.., Co. C d. May 12, 1864 - Battle of Spottsylvania Court House (KIA)
Turrill, Hall Atwater CPL, 211th PA Inf. Vols., Co. G  
Von Storch, Aaron Christopher 143rd PA Vols. Reg., Co. B d; December 10, 1864 Andersonville (Camp Sumter) Prison, Andersonville, Sumter Co., GA. Grave is marked by "Unknown"
Waddell, George W. MAJ., 148th NY Inf., Co. B  
Wadhams, Uri M. CPL, 2nd CT Hv. Arty., Co. C d. September 25, 1863, VA.
Waite, John Chesbro 64th NY Inf. Vols., Co. F  
Waring, William Hanford 109th NY Inf., Co. G died in Confederate Prison #6 at Danville, VA.
Warner, Horace Merriam PVT, 16th CT Inf. Vols., Co. C - Horace N. Warner d. October 24, 1864, New Bern, Craven Co., NC.
Warner, Marshall J. PVT, 25th CT Inf. Vols., Co. H  
Wheaton, Frank Lemuel PVT, 136th NY Inf., Co. A August 19, 1862–June 13, 1865
Wheaton, Monroe Galusha PVT, 136th NY Inf., Co. A August 11, 1862–June 13, 1865
Wheelock, Edwin Clement CPL, 15th IL Inf. Vols., Co. I  
Whitford, Samuel    
White, Woodson Tilton (CSA)  
Whitney, Elisha Spencer PVT, 111th OH Inf. Vols., Co. D.  
Wightman, Edward King SGT MAJ, 3rd NY Inf. Vols., Co's H & N d. January 15, 1865, Second Battle of Fort Fisher, Fort Fisher, New Hanover Co., NC
Willard, Eugene Berdett PVT, 22nd CT Inf. Vols., Co. B. d. 1863 Arlington Heights, Arlington Co., VA
Winegord, Charles W. Jacob Summerlin's 1st Btn. "Cow Calvary" Special Calvary  
Witter, LeRoy W. 130th NY Inf. Vols.; 1st NY Dragoons  
Wone, John PVT, 28th IA Inf. Vols., Co. G  
Woodson, Charles Hugh CAPT, Woodson's Company, MO Cav. (CSA)  
Woodward, Elisha Adams PVT, 18th CT Inf. Vols., Co. I  
Woodward, Sylvanus M. CPL, 12th CT Inf. Vols., Co. K  
Woolfolk, Joseph Biggers, Sr. 2nd LA Cav., Co. I (CSA)  
Young, John M. CPL, 124th NY Inf. Vols., Co. F  
Younglove, Robert W. PVT, 100th NY Inf., Co. F - W. Robert Younglove  

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