Civil War Soldiers for the Union


These are some of the people, who fought or gave aid and comfort during the Civil War in the United States of America. These are the people, who served on the Union side. We will add to this list, with more information, as we can. We hope, that this information can help you, in your search for your family.

 

Ames, George Benjamin – George Benjamin Ames was born on the Third day of December, in 1845. He was a single man, from the area in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. George Benjamin Ames was a member of Company F, of the One Hundred and Ninety-third Regiment. He enlisted on the thirteenth day of February, in 1865, at Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. George Benjamin Ames’ enlistment was for one year. He held the rank of Private. George Benjamin Ames received a bounty of two hundred dollars. He died of disease at Auburn, Cayuga County, in the State of New York, on the twenty-sixth day of May, of 1865. George Benjamin Ames was buried at Auburn, Cayuga County, in the State of New York. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of George Benjamin Ames, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Austin, Oliver – Oliver Austin was born on the Twenty Fourth day of July, in 1840. He was a single man, from the area around, Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Oliver Austin was a member of Company F, of the Sixteenth Regiment. He enlisted on the Fifteenth.of April, in 1861, at Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Oliver Austin’s enlistment was for two years. He held the rank of Private. Oliver Austin died of disease, at Alexandria, in the State of New York, on the Twenty Second of November, of 1862. He was also, buried at Alexandria, in the State of New York. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Oliver Austin, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Bartlett, Nathan W. – Nathan W. Bartlett was a single man, when he enlisted. He was from the area  in or around, Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of Company F, of the one hundred and ninety third Regiment. Nathan W. Bartlett enlisted on the Twenty-eighth of February, in 1865. His enlistment was for one year. Nathan W. Bartlett held the rank of Private. He received a bounty of two hundred dollars for taking the place of someone, who did not want to fight, in the Civil War. Eli W. Bartlett’s health was impaired by exposure on the journey to the place of war. After the war was over, he studied law and practiced law at the Parishville, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. When Eli W. Bartlett died, he left a widow and two children, behind. His children were Willard W. Bartlett and Katherine or Katy V. Bartlett. They were living in Potsdam, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York, in 1900.

 

Beardsley, Henry C. – Henry C. Beardsley came from the area in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was mustered into the Union Army in Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Henry C. Beardsley was a Member of Company A, of the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment. He enlisted on the Sixth of August, in 1862, in Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service of Henry C. Beardsley, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Bemis, John M. – John M. Bemis was born on the Fourteenth day of July, in 1825. He was a married man, from the area, around, Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. John M. Bemis enlisted on the seventh day of December, in 1863. His enlistment was for a period of three years. John M. Bemis held the rank of Private. He was paid a bounty, of three hundred dollars, to take the place of someone, who then did not serve. John M Bemis was wounded on the third day of June, in 1864, at the Battle of Cold Harbor, in Hanover County, Virginia. He was discharged in September of 1865. John M. Bemis, then went back to Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York, where he lived with his family, for some years. He later, moved to Dickinson, Franklin County, in the State of New York, where he died, in about 1918. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of John M. Bemis, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Besaw, Nelson – Nelson Besaw came from the area in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He enlisted, in the Union Army, on the fifteenth day of November, in 1861, in city of Hopkinton, in St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Nelson Besaw held the rank of Private , in Company G, of the Ninety-second Regiment . He enlisted for a period of three years. Nelson Besaw was a single man. He received a bounty of three hundred dollars, for taking the place of someone else, who then, did not serve. Nelson Besaw reenlisted, on the Fourth day of January, in 1864. At the time, his Regiment was in Newbern, Craven County, North Carolina. After the war, Nelson Besaw returned to Hopkinton, in St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He, then married and moved his family west. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service of Nelson Besaw, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Blair, Lorenzo  D. – Lorenzo D. Blair was born on the Second day of July, in 1844. He was a single man, from the area of Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Lorenzo D. Blair enlisted on the Eleventh day of 1862. He enlisted for a period of three years. Lorenzo D. Blair held the rank of Private. He was a member of Company E, of the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment. Lorenzo D. Blair received a bounty of ten dollars, for taking the place of a man, who did not serve. He died at North Mountain, in Botetourt County, Virginia, on the twenty-sixth of June, in 1863. Lorenzo D. Blair died of disease and was buried at North Mountain, in Botetourt County, Virginia. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Lorenzo D. Blair, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Brown, Eli W. – Eli W. Brown was born on the fourteenth day of May, in 1844. He was a single man, from the area around, Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Eli W. Brown was a member of Company H. , in the Seventh Regiment, a Heavy Artillery Regiment. He enlisted in December, of 1863. Eli W. Brown’s enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Private. Eli W. Brown received a bounty of three hundred dollars, for taking the place of someone, who didn’t want to serve in the Union Army. He was taken prisoner on the Sixteenth day of June, in 1864. Eli W. Brown was taken to Andersonville Prison, in Macon County, Georgia. He died on the nineteenth of July in 1864 at Andersonville Prison, in Macon County, Georgia. Eli W. Brown was buried there at Andersonville.

 

Brown, Ira J. – Ira J. Brown was born on the fifteenth of March, in 1844 in the area of Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in New York. He was a single man. Ira J. Brown was in Company I, of the Seventh Heavy Artillery Unit. He enlisted in December of 1863. Ira J. Brown’s enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Private. Ira J. Brown was paid a bounty of three hundred dollars, to take the place of someone else, who did not want to fight in the war. He was taken prisoner on the Sixteenth day of June, in 1864. As a prisoner, Ira J. Brown was confined at Andersonville Prison, in Macon County, Georgia.  Conditions were terrible there. He was in a prisoner exchanged on the twenty-fourth of November, in 1864. Ira J. Brown was unable to return to his Regiment. He was discharged in June, of 1865. After the Civil War, Ira J. Brown and his family moved to Western Minnesota. This was where they were living in 1900. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Ira J. Brown, during and after the American Civil War.

 

Brown, Theodore – Theodore Brown was a married man. He was a member of Company G, of the Ninety-second Regiment. Theodore Brown enlisted on the fifteenth day of November, in 1861. His enlistment was for three years. Theodore Brown came from in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was also, mustered into the the Union Army in Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Theodore Brown held the rank of Private. Very soon after, he was mustered in to the army, he was discharged, because of a disability. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Theodore Brown, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Bruce, Samuel G. – Samuel G. Bruce was a single man, from the area around, Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of Company F, of the Sixteenth Regiment. Samuel G. Bruce enlisted on the fifteenth day of April, in 1861.  His enlistment was for two years. Samuel G. Bruce held the rank of Private. He was a blacksmith in Hopkinton, after the war. At some point, Samuel G. Bruce moved to St. Regis Falls, Franklin County, New York. In about 1900, he died in St. Regis Falls, Franklin County, New York. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Samuel G. Bruce, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Bryant, Adolphus S. – Adolphus S. Bryant born on the Eighteenth day of December, in 1831. He was a married man, from the area in or around, Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Adolphus S. Bryant was a member of Company L, in Scott’s Nine Hundred. He enlisted in August of 1862. Adolphus S. Bryany’s enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Private. Adolphus S. Bryant received ten dollars as a bounty, for taking the place of someone, who wanted to stay out of the fight. He died on the Twenty-sixth of December in 1862. Adolphus S. Bryant died in Washington, D. C.  He was also, buried in Washington D. C. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Adolphus S. Bryant, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Cady, S. George – George S. Cady was born on the twenty sixth of November, in 1843. He was a single man, from in or around, Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. George S. Cady enlisted on the Tenth of October, in 1861. His enlistment was for three years. George S. Cady held the rank of Corporal and was promoted the the rank of First Sergeant. He received a bounty of three hundred dollars, for taking the place of someone else, who did no want to serve his county, in the war. George S. Cady reenlisted in January of 1864. He was, then was promoted to First Lieutenant, and became a member of the Ninety Sixth Regiment, on the tenth day of December, in 1864. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of George S. Cady, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Cady, Myrtle – Myrtle Cady was a single man, from in or around, Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of Company F, of the One hundred and Ninety third Regiment. Myrtle Cady’s enlistment was for one year. He held the rank of Private. Myrtle Cady received a bounty of of two hundred dollars for taking the place of someone, who did not want to serve his county, in the war between the states. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Myrtle Cady, during  or after the American Civil War.

 

Cady, Oberto A. – Oberto A. Cady was born on the Thirty-first day of August, in 1835. He was a single man, from in or around, Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Oberto A. Cady was a member of Company B, of the Fiftieth Regiment. On the twelfth day of August, in 1861 He enlisted. Oberto A. Cady’s enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Corporal, and was promoted to First Sergeant. Oberto A. Cady was discharged on the First day of January, in 1866. He, then settled in Virginia and later moved to Washington, D. C. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Oberto A. Cady, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Cady, Transit – Transit Cady was born on the thirteenth day of June, in 1833. He was a single man, from in or around, the city of Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Transit Cady was a member of Company D, of the Ninety- second Regiment. He enlisted on the Seventeenth day of October, in 1861. Transit Cady’s enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Private. Transit Cady was injured and disabled. This happened at Newbern, Craven County, in the State of North Carolina. He was discharged due to this injury, which caused his disability. After his service in the war, he returned to the State of New York. Transit Cady married and had at least two children. Upon his death, before 1900, he left a widow and two children. We have no further, information, about the life, death, burial or the military service, of Transit Cady, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Cain, John – John Cain was a married man, from in or around the city of Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of Company G, in the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment. John Cain enlisted in November of 1861. His enlistment was for a term of three years. John Cain held the rank of Private. He was paid a bounty of ten dollars to take the place of someone, who did not want to go to war. John Cain was slightly wounded at the Battle of Winchester, of Frederick County, in the State of Virginia. He was discharged On the twenty-second day of June, in 1865. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of John Cain, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Cheney, James B. – James B. Cheney was born on the Twenty-fifth day of August, in 1846. He was living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. James B. Cheney was a member of Company G, in the Fourteenth Regiment. He enlisted in the Union Army. James B. Cheney’s enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Private. James B. Cheney was discharged on the Twenty-ninth of October, in 1864. He was probably discharged, because of injury, leading to disability. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of James B Cheney, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Cheney, Jesse A. – Jesse A. Cheney was born the seventh day of May, in 1849. He was a single man, living in or around, Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Jesse A. Cheney was a member, of Company D, in the Thirty-ninth Regiment. He enlisted in the month of September, in 1864. Jesse A. Cheney’s enlistment was for one year. He held the rank of Private. Jesse A. Cheney was paid a bounty of two hundred dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his county in the war between the states. He was discharged in May of 1865. Jesse A. Cheney, then went back to his home. He married and lived in Hopkinton, until he moved to Potsdam, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Jesse A. Cheney still lived there in 1903. We have no other information, about, the life, death, burial or military service, of Jesse A. Cheney, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Cheney, Judson Z. – Judson Z. Cheney was born on the Eleventh day of May, in 1938. He was a married man, living in or around, Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Judson Z. Cheney was a member of Company G, in the Ninety-eighth Regiment. He enlisted in November of 1862. Judson Z. Cheney’s enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Corporal. Although, Judson Z. Cheney’s enlistment was no up, he reenlisted in New York City. On the third day of June, in 1864, he was killed in the Battle of Cold Harbor. Judson may have been buried on the battlefield, also. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Judson Z Cheney, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Cheney, Justice E. – Justice E. Cheney was born on the Eleventh day of May, in 1839. He was a married man, living in or around, Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Justice E. Cheney was a member on an unknown company, in the Fourteenth Regiment. He enlisted into the Union Army in December of 1863. Justice E. Cheney’s enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Private. He was paid a bounty, of three hundred dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve or fight for his county, in the war between the states. Justice E. Cheney. He may have been killed on the battlefield on the Third day of June, in 1864, at the Battle of Cold Harbor. No one has heard from him, since that time. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Justice E. Cheney, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Cheney, Richard B. – Richard B. Cheney was born on the ninth day of September, in 1845. He was a single man, living in or around, Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Richard B. Cheney was a member of Company A, in the Sixtieth Regiment. He enlisted in August of 1861. Richard B. Cheney’s enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Private, in the Union Army. Richard B. Cheney was discharged on the eighteenth of November, in 1864. He was probably discharged because of injury, leading to disability. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Richard B. Cheney, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Conlin, John C. – John C. Conlin was born on the Twenty-second day of December, in 1839. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. John C. Conlin was a member of the Company K, in the Sixtieth Regiment. He enlisted in August of 1861. John C. Conlin’s enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Sergeant. John C. Conlin was discharged in December of 1862, because of an injury, which became a disability. In 1900 he and his family owned a place, known as the Hazen Farm, off the road four miles east of Parishville, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York, at that time. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of John C. Conlin, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Coulter, James Riley – James Riley Coulter was born on the Twenty-third day of February, in 1832, in the Town of Oakdale, Washington County, in the State of Illinois. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Illinois. James Riley Coulter died on the Thirtieth day of November, in 1903 in the Town of Marissa, St. Clair County, in the State of Illinois, at the age of seventy-one years old. He was buried at the Old Salem Pioneer Cemetery, in the Lively Grove Township, Washington County, in the State of Illinois. The Cemetery was the Site of the Mud Creek Presbyterian Church, which was established in 1838. James Riley Coulter was buried in the plot of: 28,T35,RSW. He was married to Mary Ames Campbell on the Fourth day of January, in 1866, at the home of Archibald Coulter, in St Clair County, in the State of Illinois. She was born on the Seventeenth day of December, in 1842, in the State of Indiana. Mary Ames Campbell died in 1914 at the age of Seventy-two years old. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of James Riley Coulter, during or after the American Civil war.

 

Coulter, John Wylie – John Wylie Coulter was born on the Fourth day of September, in 1830, in Washington County, in the State of Illinois. He was also, Mustered into the army, in the State of Illinois. John Wylie Coulter died on the Thirtieth day of November, in 1896, at the age of sixty-six years old, in the Town of Concord, Major County, in State of Oklahoma. Concord was later, named Meno, in Oklahoma, which was the original Native American name of the Town. He was married to Margaret Sophia McDill. She was born in 1835, and died on the Seventh day of March, in 1898. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of John Wylie Coulter, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Coulter, Philip Melancthon – Philip Melancthon Coulter was born on the Fourth day of April, in 1845, in Washington County, in the State of Illinois. He died on the Second day of October, in 1913, in Linn County, in the State of Kansas. Philip Melancthon Coulter was buried at the Curry Cemetery, in Linn County, in the State of Kansas, at the age of sixty-eight years old. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Illinois. Philip Melancthon Coulter held the rank of Private, in the Union Army. His second wife was Miriam Frances Bollinger. They were married on the Tenth day of February, in 1887, in Mound City, Linn County, in the State of Kansas. She was born in on the Twentieth day of January, in 1855. She died on the Twenty-third day of February, in 1940, at the age of eighty-five years old. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Private Philip Melancthon Coulter, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Coulter, Robert Stuart III – Robert Stuart Coulter III was born on the Ninth day of September in 1834, in Washington County, in the State of Illinois. He was also, mustered into the army, in the State of Illinois. Robert Stuart Coulter held the rank of Private, in the Union Army. Later, he was promoted through the ranks to Major, in the American Union Army. Robert Stuart Coulter served under the Command of General Charles Harker. He fought in the Battle of Stones River, which was also, known as the Battle of Murfreesboro near the Town of Murfreesboro, Rutherford County, in the State of Tennessee. Robert Stuart Coulter was married to Elizabeth Mearns, on the Twenty-fifth day of October, in 1864, at Coulterville, Randolph County, in the State of Illinois. She was born in Scotland, on the Twenty-first day of January, in 1841. Robert Stuart Coulter died on the Fifteenth day of April, in 1888, at the age of fifty-four years old. He was buried at the National Cemetery, in the City of Springfield, Greene County, in the State of Missouri. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Major Robert Stuart Coulter, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Coulter, Samuel Leiper – Samuel Leiper Coulter was born on the Fourteenth day of August, in 1840, in Washington County, in the State of Illinois. He died on the Sixth day of November, in 1918, at the age of seventy-eight years old. Samuel Leiper Coulter was married to Marie Little on the Twenty-third day of September, in 1865. She was born on the Tenth day of February, of 1844. Marie Little died on the Fourth day of September, in 1922, at the age of Seventy-eight years old. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Samuel Leiper Coulter, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Crawford, Hiram – Hiram Crawford was born on the Thirty-first of August, of 1831. He was a married man, living in the area,of Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Hiram Crawford was a member of Company G, of the Ninety-second Regiment. He enlisted in November, of 1861. Hiram Crawford’s enlistment was for three years.  He held the rank of Private. Hiram Crawford was discharged at the end of his term of service, which was the eleventh of November, of 1864. After the war, he returned to the area of Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in New York, where he and his family lived, until they moved west. Hiram died in 1899. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Hiram Crawford, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Cudworth, Otis I. – Otis I. Cudworth was born on the Twenty-second day of December, of 1839. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Otis I. Cudworth was a member of Company E, of the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment. He enlisted on the Eleventh day of August, of 1862. Otis I. Cudworth’s enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Private. Otis I. Cudworth was paid a bounty, of ten dollars, for taking the place of someone, who did not want to fight, or serve his county, in a state of war. He was taken prisoner at the Battle of Monocacy, Frederick County, in the State of Maryland, on the ninth day of July, in 1864. Otis I. Cudworth was confined to the Dansville Prison, in Dansville, Pittsylvania County, in the State of Virginia. He died in the Dansville Prison, and is buried there, in Dansville, Pittsylvania County, in the State of Virginia. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of before or during the American Civil War.

 

Cutler, Calvin L. – Calvin L. Cutler was born on the Fourteenth day of May, in 1828. He was a married man, living in or around the area, of Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Calvin L. Cutler, was member of Company F, of the One Hundred and Ninety-third Regiment. He enlisted on the Seventeenth day of February, of 1865. Calvin L. Cutler’s Enlistment, was for one year. He held the rank of Private. Calvin L. Cutler received two hundred dollar bounty, for taking the place of someone, who did not want to serve his county in the military. He acted as commissary at Cumberland, in Allegany County, Maryland. Calvin L. Cutler was a farmer,before the war. After the war was over, he went back to farming. Calvin L. Cutler died, suddenly in a hayfield, on the Russell Witherell farm, in July of 1898. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Calvin L Cutler, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Daniels, Allen O. – Allen O. Daniels was born on the Twenty-fifth day, in 1849. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Allen O. Daniels was a member of Company B, in the Eighth Regiment. He Enlisted on the third day of September, in 1864. Allen O. Daniels’ enlistment was for one year. He held the rank of Private. Allen O. Daniels received a bounty, of two hundred dollars, for taking the place of someone who did not want to serve his country, by fighting in the Civil War. He died of disease or in battle on the seventeenth of December, in 1864. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Allen O. Daniels, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Daniels, Alphonso – Alphonso  Daniels was born on the Twenty-fifth day of November, in 1839. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Alphonso Daniels was a member of Company K, in the Sixtieth Regiment. He enlisted on the Twenty-sixth day of September, in 1861. Alphonso Daniels’ enlistment, was for three years. He held the rank of Private. Alphonso Daniels was wounded at the Battle of Gettysburg, Adams County, in the State of Pennsylvania. He died, later from effects of his wounds, on the Twenty-sixth day of February, in 1864, and was buried at Stephenson, Jackson County, in the State of Alabama. During and after the American Civil War, many men died of gangrene. It was treated, in those time, but not cured. People might live for some time, but eventually died. That might be what happened to Alphonso Daniels. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Alphonso Daniels, before or during, the American Civil War.

 

Daniels, Benjamin – Benjamin Daniels was born on the Twenty-second day of June, in 1835. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Benjamin Daniels was a member of Company K, of the Sixtieth Regiment. He enlisted on the Twenty-sixth day of 1861. Benjamin Daniels enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Private. Benjamin Daniels served one and a half years, and was in several battles. He was discharged at Harper’s Ferry, Jefferson County, in the State of West Virginia, after an injury in Battle that led to a disability. The Harper’s Ferry Battle cover three counties in three states. Those areas were: Jefferson County, West Virginia, Loudoun County, Virginia and Washington County, Maryland. The Battle of Harper’s Ferry went on for three days. From September the Twelfth to the fifteenth, in September, this battle raged on. After, he was discharged, he went back home to Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. After the war, Benjamin Daniels moved his family to Minnesota. He still lived there in 1903. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Benjamin Daniels, during or after the the American Civil War.

 

Davis, Gibson – Gibson Davis was born on the Sixteenth day of June, in 1843. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Gibson Davis was a member of Company F, in the One Hundred and ninety-third Regiment. He enlisted in March of 1865. Gibson Davis’ term of enlistment was for one year. He held the rank of Private. Gibson Davis was paid a bounty of two hundred dollars, for taking the place of someone, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. After the war was over, Gibson Davis went west. He died shortly after that, leaving his family, behind. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Gibson Davis, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Davis, William T. – William T. Davis was born on the Thirtieth day of November, in 1844. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. William T. Davis was a member of Company A, of the One Hundred and sixty-fourth Regiment. He enlisted in August of 1862. William T. Davis’ term of enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Private. William T. Davis received ten dollars, for taking the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. He died of disease, on the Sixteenth of December, in 1863, at the City of Suffolk, Nansemond County, now know as Suffolk County, in the State of Virginia. William T. Davis was also buried in Suffolk, Nansemond County, in the State of Virginia. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of William T. Davis, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Delameter, Charles – Charles Delameter was born on the Twenty-fourth day of October, in 1845. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Charles Delameter was a member of Company G, in the Thirteenth Regiment. He enlisted on the thirtieth day of June, in 1863. Charles Delameter’s enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Private. Charles Delameter was killed in the draft riots of New York City, while trying to defend the city, and its people, in July of 1863. He was also, buried in New York City. Charles Delameter was one of 120 people killed. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Charles Delameter, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Desmond. Edmond W. – Edmond W. Desmond was born on the Twenty-eighth day of January, in 1840. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Edmond W. Desmond was a member of Company B, in the Sixteenth Regiment. He enlisted on the Fifteenth day of April, in 1861. Edmond W. Desmond’s enlistment was for two years. He held the rank of Private. Edmond W. Desmond served his two years and was discharged with his regiment. He reenlisted in December of 1863. This time in Company M, in the Sixth Regiment. This time his Enlistment was for three years. Edmond W. Desmond was, also, paid a bounty of three hundred dollars. He was given the rank of Private. Edmond W. Desmond was taken prisoner on the nineteenth day of May, in 1864, in the Wilderness Campaign. The Wilderness Campaign was in parts, of three Counties.The counties were, Culpeper, Spotsylvania and Orange. He was confined to Andersonville Prison, in Macon County, Georgia. Edmond W. Desmond was exchanged on the eleventh day of September, in 1864. He then, returned to his regiment. Edmond W. Desmond was discharged on the Twenty-third day of September, in 1865. He then, moved to Texas; where he died some years later. At the time of his enlistment, Edmond W. Desmond was working on the farm of Jonah Sanford, Jr., near Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York, who released him to go and fight in the war. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Edmond W. Desmond, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Doran, John Harvey – John Harvey Doran was born in the State of Tennessee, in 1828. He died on the Twentieth day of January, in 1898, in the Town of Springfield, Greene County, in the State of Missouri. John Harvey Doran held the rank of Private, in Company D, of the Seventy-second Regiment, of the Missouri Militia. He was a carpenter, by trade, and supervised the building of Fort Springfield, when the name of the town was Campbell Township, Greene County, in the State of Missouri. On the Ninth day of June, in 1930, his widow received her first pension payment from the Bureau of Pensions. The Payment was for thirty dollars a month. His widow was Jane Caroline Mitchell Doran. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service of Private John Harvey Doran, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Dove, Edwin A. – Edwin A. Dove was born on the fifteenth day of April, in 1840. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Edwin A. Dove was a member of Company H, in the thirteenth Regiment. He enlisted on the first day of September, in 1864. Edwin A. Dove’s enlistment was for one year. He received a bounty of two hundred dollars, for taking another person’s place, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. After his discharge at the end of the war, Edwin A. Dove returned to Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York, where he lived for many years. He, later moved to Richland Centre, Richland County, in the State of Wisconsin. Edwin A. Dove died, sometime after 1900. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Edwin A Dove, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Drake, Alson – Alson Drake was born on the Twenty-third day of July, in 1844. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Alson Drake was a member of D Company, in the Ninety-second Regiment. He enlisted on the Sixth of January, in 1862. Alson Drake’s term of enlistment, was for three years. He held the rank of Private. Alson Drake was wounded at the Battle of Fair Oaks, in May of 1862. He went home, on furlough, to Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. After the war, Alson went back to Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He then, married and moved to Potsdam, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Alson Drake died a few years later, in Potsdam, St. Lawrence, in the State of New York. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Alson Drake, before or during the American Revolution.

 

Drake, Eugene S. – Eugene S. Drake was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He enlisted on the Twenty-fourth of November, in 1861. Eugene S. Drake’s enlistment was for three years. While in the Union Army, he died of disease. He had no known family and he was buried near Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Eugene S. Drake, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Drake, Frederick C. – Frederick C. Drake was born on the Seventh of February, in 1846. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Frederick C. Drake was a member of the Eleventh Cavalry Regiment, also known as Scott’s Nine Hundred. He enlisted on the Seventeenth of February, in 1865. Frederick C. Drake’s enlistment, was for one year. He held the rank Private. Frederick C. Drake was paid a bounty of two hundred dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. He was discharged on the Thirtieth of June, in 1865, because the war was over. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Frederick C. Drake, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Drake, Henry – Henry Drake was born on the Twelfth Day of April, in 1844. He was single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Henry Drake was a member of Company D, of the Ninety-second Regiment. He enlisted in August of 1862. Henry Drake’s enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Private. Henry Drake was taken prisoner, at the Battle of Fair Oaks, in Henrico County, in the State of Virginia. The Battle of Fair Oaks, is also called the Battle of Seven Pines, and the Battle of Fair Oaks Station. This Battle raged on from the thirty-first of May to June first in 1864. After his capture, he was never heard from, again. Henry Drake probably died in prison, and it was never recorded. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Henry Drake, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Drake, Hiram – Hiram Drake was born on the fourth day of January, in 1842. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Hiram Drake was a member of Company D, in the Ninety-second Regiment. He enlisted the August of 1862. Hiram Drake’s enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Private. Hiram Drake received a bounty of ten dollars, for taking the place of another person, who did not want to serve his country, in war. He was wounded in battle before Peterburg, Dinwiddie County and Prince Georges County, in the State of Virginia, in July of 1864. Hiram Drake was then, taken to Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsylvania, where he died, from the wounds, that he received in battle, on the tenth day of July, in 1864. He was then, buried in Philadelphia,  in the State of Pennsylvania. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Hiram Drake, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Drake, Hosea P. – Hosea P. Drake was born on the Nineteenth day of May, in 1845. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Hosea P. Drake was a member of D Company, of the Ninety-second Regiment. He enlisted on the Eighteenth day of November, in 1861. Hosea P. Drake’s enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Private. Hosea P. Drake served some of his time, when he chose to reenlist. He reenlisted on the Eighteenth day of January, in 1864. Hosea P. Drake, was again a member of Company D, in the Ninety-second Regiment. He, again enlisted for three years. Hosea P. Drake, again held the rank of Private. For this enlistment, he received three hundred dollars, to take someones place, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. After the end of the war, Hosea P. Drake married and settled in Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Later, he moved his family to Potsdam, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Hosea died, a few years later, leaving a very large family behind. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Hosea P. Drake, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Ducatt, Joseph – Joseph Ducatt was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of Company G, of the Ninety-second Regiment. Joseph Ducatt enlisted on the twenty fifth day of November, in 1861. His enlistment was for three years. Joseph Ducatt held the rank of Private. After the war, he was a farmer in the south part of the town of Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. By 1900, he was living in Parishville, St, Lawrence County, in the State of New York. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Joseph Ducatt, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Eastman, George L. – George L. Eastman was born on the seventeenth day of August, in 1836. He was a member of Company B, in the Sixteenth Regiment. He was living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York.  George L. Eastman enlisted on the Twenty-fifth day of April, in 1861. His term of enlistment was for two years.  He resigned in the Fall of 1862. George L. Eastman served as quartermaster, in the winter of 1863. After the war was over, he returned to the area. George L. Eastman was in the hardware business for some years,in Potsdam, St. Lawrence, in the State of New York. He then, moved to the State of Kansas, and took raising sheep. Later, George L. Eastman went back to Potsdam, St. Lawrence, in the State of New York. He became the postmaster. George L. Eastman died there, after some time. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of George L. Eastman, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Farwell, Doras – Doras Farwell was a single man from in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of Company F, of the One Hundred and Ninety third Regiment. Doras Farwell enlisted in the Union Army on the Twentieth day of February, in 1865. His term of enlistment was for one year. Doras Farwell held the rank of Private. He received a bounty, of two hundred dollars for taking the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. After the war was over, Doras Farwell moved to Stocholm, Pepin County, in the State of New York. He died a short time later. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service of Doras Farwell, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Foster, Charles B. – Charles B. Foster was born the Sixth day of September, in 1835. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Charles B. Foster was a member of Company F, in the Sixteenth Regiment. He enlisted on the Twenty-fourth day of June, in 1861. Charles B. Foster’s enlistment was for a term of two years. He held the rank of Private. After the war, Charles B. Foster moved west; and became a successful business man. In 1900, he was living in Winchester, Frederick County, in the State of Virginia. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Charles B. Foster, during or after, the American Civil War.

 

Fuller, Dustin – Dustin Fuller was a single man living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of Company G, on the Ninety-second day of Regiment. Dustin Fuller enlisted on the Tenth of October, in 1861. His enlistment was for a term of three years. Dustin held the rank of Private. He reenlisted, on the fourth day of January, in 1864, while his company was in Newbern, Craven County, in the State of North Carolina. Dustin Fuller’s second enlistment was for a term of three years, also. Later, he went home to Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Dustin Fuller did not return, because the war ended. Later, he moved to the State of Vermont. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Dustin Fuller, during or after, the American Civil War.

 

Fuller, Ezra – Ezra Fuller was a married man living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of Company G, in the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment. Ezra Fuller enlisted in the Union Army on the seventh of August, in 1862. He held the rank of Private. Ezra Fuller was paid a bounty, of ten dollars, for taking the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country in a time of war. He was killed in battle. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Ezra Fuller, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Fuller, Major – Major Fuller was a single man living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of Company G, in the Ninety-second Regiment. Major Fuller enlisted on the tenth of October, in 1861. His enlistment was for three years. Major Fuller held the rank of Private. He reenlisted on the fourth of January, in 1864, while his company was in Newbern, Craven County, North Carolina. His second enlistment was for three years, also. Major Fuller went home on furlough, and never returned. He later settled in Vermont. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Major Fuller, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Geddis, George – George Geddis was born on the tenth day of September, in 1832. He was a married man living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. George Geddis was a member of Company G, in the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment. He enlisted on the Eighth day of August, in 1862. George Geddis’ term of enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Private. George Geddis was paid a bounty of ten dollars, to take the place of another man, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. He was discharged at the end of his term of service, on the Twenty-second day of June, in 1865. George Geddis served as a teamster, for the last two years of his enlistment. After the war was over, he moved his family to Wisconsin. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service of George Geddis, during or after, the American Civil War.

 

Gillen, James – James Gillen was born on the Eighth of September, in 1845. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. James Gillen enlisted on the third day of September, in 1864. His enlistment was for a term of one year. James Gillen held the rank of Private. He was a substitute; who would be paid by a person, to have someone go to war in his place, for whatever reason. James Gillen died of disease at Petersburg, which lays in Dinwiddie County and in Prince George County, in the State of Virginia. He was buried in the same area. James Gillen may be the twin brother of John Gillen, who was born on the same date, in the same place. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of James Gillen, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Gillen, John – John Gillen was born on the Eighth day of September, in 1845. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. John Gillen was a member of the Eleventh Cavalry Regiment. This unit, was also known as Scott’s Nine Hundred. He enlisted on the Thirteenth day of October, in 1863. John Gillen’s enlistment was for a term of three years. He held the rank of Private. John Gillen was paid a bounty, of three hundred dollars, to take the place of another person, who did not want to serve his county in a time of war. After the war was over, he moved back to the area of Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. By 1900, John Gillen was living in Lawrence, Brunswick County, in the State of New York. John Gillen may have been the twin brother of James Gillen, who was born on the same date, in the same place. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of John Gillen, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Goodell, Spencer – Spencer Goodell was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of Company F, in the One Hundred and Ninety-third Regiment. Spencer Goodell enlisted in February of 1865. His enlistment was for one year. Spencer Goodell held the rank of Private. Spencer Goodell was paid a bounty of two hundred dollars, for taking the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. He returned to the area of Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York, after the war. In 1900, Spencer Goodell was living in Parishville, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Spencer Goodell, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Goodnow, Harvey – Harvey Goodnow was born on the Eleventh day of April, in 1841. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Harvey Goodnow was a member of Company G, in the Ninety-eighth Regiment. He enlisted on the Fifteenth day of January, in 1862. Harvey Goodnow’s enlistment was for a term of three years. He held the rank of Private. Harvey Goodnow was wounded in battle, and died in September, in 1864, at a Baltimore Hospital, in the State of Maryland. He was then, buried at Baltimore, Anne Arundel County in the State of Maryland. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service of Harvey Goodnow, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Goodnow, Henry – Henry Goodnow was born on the Third day of May, in 1842. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Henry Goodnow was a member of Company G, in the Ninety-second Regiment. He enlisted in the Union Army, on the fifteenth day of November, in 1861. Henry Goodnow’s term of enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Private. Henry Goodnow died of disease, while in New York City, in the State of New York. He was buried at David’s Island, Westchester County, in the State of New York. Prisoners and soldiers, who died, were buried there. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or Military service, of Henry Goodnow, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Goodnow, Hiram – Hiram Goodnow was born on the Second day of August, in 1844. He was a single man living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Hiram Goodnow was a member of Company G, in the Ninety-eighth Regiment. He enlisted on the fifteenth of January, in 1862. Hiram Goodnow’s term of enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Private. Hiram Goodnow served for two years, before he reenlisted on the First day of January, in 1863 for a term of three years. Hiram Goodnow, then held the rank of Corporal. He was paid three hundred dollars for taking the place of a man, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. On the second day of June, in 1864, Hiram Goodnow was wounded in the left hand at the Battle of Cold Harbor, in Henrico County, in the State of Virginia. The Battle of Cold Harbor, is also known as the Battle of Gaines Mills, in Henrico County, in the State of Virginia. He was discharged on the First day of May, in 1861, for his disability. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Hiram Goodnow, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Goulding, Henry C. – Henry C. Goulding was born on the Fifteenth day of June, in 1847. He was a single man, living in  or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Henry C. Goulding was a member of Company E, in the Eleventh Cavalry Regiment. This unit, was also called Scott’s Nine Hundred. He enlisted on the fifth day of September, in 1864. Henry C. Goulding’s enlistment was for a term of one year. He held the rank of Private. Henry C. Goulding was paid a bounty of two hundred dollars; to take the place of another person, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. He died of disease on the Twenty-seventh day of October, at Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge Parish, in the State of Louisiana. Henry C. Goulding was buried at the Soldier’s Home Cemetery. Abraham Lincoln would visit the Soldier’s Home during the Civil War. The Soldier’s Home is in the Northwest of Washington, D.C. The cemetery is now, a National Cemetery. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Henry C. Goulding, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Goulding, Orley I. – Orley I. Goulding was born on the Twenty-sixth day of August, in 1842. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Orley I. Goulding was a member of Company G, of the Ninety-second Regiment. He enlisted on the Sixteenth day of October, in 1861. Orley I. Goulding’s term of enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Private. Orley I. Goulding was taken prisoner at the Battle of Fair Oaks, on the Thirty-first day of May to the First day of June, in 1862. The battle took place, in Henrico County, in the State of Virginia. The Battle of Fair Oaks, was also, referred to as the Battle of Seven Pines and the Battle of Fair Oaks Station. Orley I. Goulding did not return to his Regiment. He, then enlisted in the Iowa Cavalry. After the war, Orley I. Goulding moved west. He died, soon after his move. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Orley I. Goulding, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Graves, Peter – Peter Graves was a married man living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of Company G, in the Ninety-second Regiment. Peter Graves enlisted on the tenth day of October, in 1861. His term of enlistment was for three years. Peter Graves held the rank of Private. He was killed in battle, soon after, he entered the war. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or Military service, of Peter Graves, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Griffin, Martin – Martin Griffin lived in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of the Ninety-eighth Regiment. Martin Griffin died at St. Regis Falls, Franklin County, in the State of New York. Now, the town of St. Regis Falls, is an area within Waverly, Franklin County, in the State of New York. Martin Griffin died in about 1898. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Martin Griffin, during or after, the American Civil War.

 

Haines, Adam L. – Adam L. Haines was born on the Twenty-fifth of December, in 1830. He was a married man living, in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Adam L. Haines was a member of Company M, of the Eleventh Regiment, which was, also known as Scott’s Nine Hundred. He enlisted on the thirtieth day of August, in 1862. Adam L. Haines’ enlistment was for a term of three years. He held the rank of Private. Adam L. Haines received a bounty of ten dollars, for taking the place of someone, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. He was discharged at the expiration of his term of service, on the Tenth of June, in 1865. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Adam L. Haines, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Haines, Henry – Henry Haines was born on the Twenty ninth day of September, in 1824. He was a married man, living in  or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Henry Haines was a member of company G, of the Ninety-second Regiment. He enlisted on the Twenty-eighth day of October, in 1861. Henry Haines enlistment was for a term of three years. He held the rank of Private. Henry Haines was wounded, at the Battle of Fort Harrison, Henrico County, in the State of Virginia, in 1864. He was discharged at the expiration of his service in October of 1864. In 1900 Henry Haines was living at St. Regis, Franklin County, in the State of New York. St. Regis Falls, became part of the town of Waverly, Franklin County, in the State of New York. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Henry Haines, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Hammond, Henry D. – Henry D. Hammond was born on the Seventeenth day of November, in 1845. He was a single man living in or around, Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Henry D. Hammond was a member of Company E, of the Fifty-ninth Regiment. He enlisted in November of 1863. Henry D. Hammond’s enlistment was for a term of three years. He held the rank of Private. He was paid a bounty, of three hundred dollars, for taking the place of someone, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. Henry D. Hammond never returned to Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. We have no other information, about the life death, burial or military service, of Henry D. Hammond, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Hammond, James H. – James H. Hammond was born on the Eighteenth of August, in 1844. he was living in or around Hopkinton, St Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of Company A, of the Sixth Regiment. James H. Hammond enlisted on the Ninth day of October, in 1863. His term of enlistment was for three years. James H. Hammond fought in several battles. He was discharged on the Twenty-sixth day of August, in 1865, when the war was over. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of James H. Hammond, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Harmon, Henry Charles – Henry Charles Harmon was born on the thirtieth day of September, in 1846. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Henry Charles Harmon enlisted, and went into battle. He was discharged, and went home to Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Henry Charles Harmon died of disease, on the Twentieth day of March, in 1862. He was buried at Nicholville, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Henry Charles Harmon, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Harmon, H. M. – H. M. Harmon was born on the Twenty-seventh day of April, in 1824. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. H. M. Harmon was a member of Company E, of the Ninety eighth Regiment. He enlisted in January of 1862. H. M. Harmon’s term of enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Private. H. M. Harmon was discharged, because of disability, soon after his enlistment. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of H. M. Harmon, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Heath, Martin V. – Martin V. Heath was born on the Twenty-first day of February, in 1836. He was a married man living in or around, Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Martin V. Heath was a member of Company G, of the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment. He enlisted on the Eighth day of August, in 1862. Martin V. Heath’s enlistment was for a term, of three years. He held the rank of Private. Martin V. Heath was paid a bounty, of ten dollars, for taking the place of someone, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. He was discharged on the Twenty-second of June, in 1865, and he went home to Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. After the war, Martin V. Heath moved to Wisconsin. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Martin V. Heath, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Hodges, Nathan S. – Nathan S. Hodges was born on the eleventh day of June, in 1820. He was a married man living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Nathan S. Hodges was a member of Company F, of the Sixteenth Regiment. He enlisted on the Twenty-fourth of April, in 1861. His enlistment was for a term of two years. Nathan S. Hodges held the rank of Private. He was discharged by reason of disability, on the thirteenth day of June, in 1861. Nathan S. Hodges reenlisted in the town of Burke, Franklin County, in the State of New York, in 1864. After the war ended, he settled in Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Nathan S. Hodges Died, there in about 1900. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Nathan S. Hodges, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Hodges, Zimraia – Zimraia Hodges was born on the Twenty-seventh day of February, in 1844. He was a single man living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Zimraia Hodges was a member of Company F, of the Sixteenth Regiment. He enlisted on the fifteenth day of April, in 1861. Zimraia Hodges’ term of enlistment was for two years. He held the rank of Private. Zimraia Hodges was wounded in the right arm, while he was in battle. He was discharged at the end of his term of service, in April of 1863. Zimraia Hodges reenlisted in the town of Moriah, Essex County, in the State of New York. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Zimraia Hodges, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Hodgkins, Charles H. – Charles H. Hodgkins was born on the tenth day of October, in 1844. He was a single man living in or around the area of Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Charles H. Hodgkins was a member of Company F, of the Sixteenth Regiment. He enlisted on the Fifteenth day of April, in 1861. Charles H. Hodgkins’ term of enlistment was for two years. He held the rank of Private. Charles H. Hodgkins lost his middle finger on his left hand, at the Battle of Gaines Mills. This battle was also known as the Battle of Cold Harbor, in Hanover County, in the State of Virginia. He received his second wound, at Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania County, in the State of Virginia. Charles H. Hodgkins was discharged at the expiration of his service. After the war, he served as a justice of the peace, for several years, in Spotsylvania County, in the State of Virginia. In 1900 he was living in Fort Jackson, Alexandria County, in the State of Virginia. Alexandria County became Arlington County, in the State of Virginia. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Charles H. Hodgkins, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Hodgkins, Phineas – Phineas Hodgkins was born on the Eighth day of October, in 1847. He was a single man living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Phineas Hodgkins was a member of Company F, of the One Hundred and Ninety-third Regiment. He enlisted on the Twenty-seventh day of February, in 1865. Phineas Hodgkins held the rank of Private. He was paid a bounty of two hundred dollars, for taking the place of someone, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. After the war was over, Phineas Hodgkins moved to Flushing, Genesee County, in the State of Michigan. He married, and became a farmer. Phineas Hodgkins still lived there in 1903. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Phineas Hodgkins, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Hubbard, Francis – Francis Hubbard was born the Twenty-first day of April, in 1840. He was a married man living, in  or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Francis Hubbard was a member of Company C, of the Eighty-third Regiment. He enlisted on the Thirteenth day of July, in 1863. Francis Hubbard’s enlistment was for three years. He was also drafted on the Thirteenth day of July, in 1863. Francis Hubbard was the only man, from the town of Hopkinton, who was drafted into the war. Everyone else had volunteered first. He was wounded on the Twenty-first day of June, in 1864, in the Battle of Jerusalem Plank Road, in Petersburg, Dinwiddie County, in the State of  Virginia. The Battle of Jerusalem was, also known as, the First Battle of the Weldon Railroad. After, Francis Hubbard was wounded, he was transferred to Company C, of the Ninety-seventh Regiment. He was wounded in battle again, at the Battle of Appomattox Court House, in Appomattox County, in the State of Virginia, on the Ninth day of April, in 1865. Francis Hubbard was then discharged, because of his wound. When Francis Hubbard was discharged on the Seventeeth of April, in 1765, he, then returned to Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Shortly after his return home, he died. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Francis Hubbard, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Hurlbert, Darwin E. – Darwin E. Hurlbert was born on the seventh day of February, in 1843. He was a single man living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Darwin E. Hurlbert was a member of Company H, of the Sixteenth Regiment. He enlisted on the fifteenth day of April, in 1861. Darwin E. Hurlbert’s term of enlistment was for two years. He held the rank of Private. Darwin E. Hurlbert was severely wounded at the Battle of Gaines Mills, on the Twenty-seventh of June, in 1862. The Battle of Gaines mills, is also known as the Battle of Cold Harbor, Hanover County, in the State of Virginia. He was discharged, because of his injuries on the seventh day of February, in 1863. Darwin E. Hurlbert reenlisted on the Twenty-ninth day of December, in 1863. His enlistment was for a term of three years. Darwin E. Hurlbert held the rank of Private, again. He was paid a bounty, of three hundred dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country in a time of war. Later, Darwin E. Hurlbert was wounded at the battle of Cold Harbor. The Battle of Cold Harbor was also, known as the Battle of Gaines Mills, Hanover County, in the State of Virginia. He was discharged in July of 1865, at the close of the war. After the war, Darwin E. Hurlbert moved to Wisconsin, where he married and became a farmer. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, Darwin E. Hurlbert, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Ives, Warren J. – Warren J. Ives was born on the Twenty-second day, of February, in 1838. He was a married man, living in  or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Warren J. Ives was a member of Company G, of the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment. He enlisted on the Seventh day of August, in 1862. Warren J. Ives’ enlistment was for a term, of three years. He held the rank of of First Sergeant. Warren J. Ives was paid a bounty, of ten dollars to take the place of another man, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. He was wounded in the Summer of 1864. Warren J. Ives was discharged in the Winter of 1865.  After the war, he returned to Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Warren J. Ives, then moved his family to Hutchinson, McLeod County, in the State of Minnesota. He and his wife, raised a family of six children. Warren J. Ives died on the Second day of March, in 1899. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Warren J. Ives, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Jordan, John – John Jordan was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of Company G, of the Ninety-second Regiment. John Jordan enlisted on the Twenty-ninth day of December, in 1861. His term of enlistment was for three years. John Jordan held the rank of Private. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of John Jordan, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Kendrick, Alford C. – Alford C. Kendrick was born on the Twenty-third day of April, in 1842. He was living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of the Eleventh Regiment, which was also know as, Scott’s Nine Hundred. Alford C. Kendrick enlisted on the Eighteenth day of August, in 1862. His term of enlistment was for three years. Alford C. Kendrick held the rank of Private. He was paid ten dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. Alford C. Kendrick did see battle. He died of disease at Memphis, Shelby County, in the State of Tennessee. Alford C. Kendrick was also buried there. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Alford C. Kendrick, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Kendrick, Plummer M. – Plummer M. Kendrick was born on the Third day of April, in 1845. He was living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of the Eleventh Regiment, which was also known as, Scott’s Nine Hundred. Plummer M. Kendrick enlisted on the Fifteenth day of August, in 1863. His term of enlistment was for three years. Alford C. Kendrick held the rank of Private. He received a bounty of three hundred dollars for taking the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country in a time of war. Alford C. Kendrick injured in battle. He was discharged, because of disability, on the Twenty-ninth of December, in 1864. After the war, he returned home to, Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Alford C. Kendrick, later moved to Fort Jackson, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was still living there in 1903.

 

Kent, Edgar – Edgar Kent was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of the Sixtieth Regiment. Edgar Kent enlisted in August of 1861. His term of enlistment was for three years. Edgar Kent held the rank of Private. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Edgar Kent, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Kimpton, William N. – William N. Kimpton was born on the Fifth day of December, in 1837. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. William N. Kimpton was a member of Company G, of the Ninety-second Regiment. He enlisted on the tenth day of October, in 1861. William N. Kimpton’s term of enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Private. William N. Kimpton served in battle. He died of disease at Baltimore, in the State of Maryland, on the Twenty-eighth day of May, in 1862. William N. Kimpton was also, buried there, at Baltimore, Baltimore County, in the State of Maryland. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of William N. Kimpton, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Knapp, Isaac Walter – Isaac Walter Knapp was born in Essex County, in Canada. He was a member of the Seventy-third Indiana Infantry, Company E. Isaac Walter Knapp was mustered into the army, in August, of 1862. He was mustered out of the army, on the Fifth day of July, in 1865, with an honorable discharge and a disability from the Union Army. He died in 1873, in Chesterton, Porter County, in the State of Indiana. Isaac Walter Knapp was married to Jane Whitmore, in Sandusky, Ohio, on the Fourteenth day of August, in 1842. She was born in 1826, in the State of New York. Jane Whitmore Knapp died on the Twenty-seventh day of May, in 1877. Issac Walter Knapp was buried in Chesterton Cemetery, at the town of Chesterton, Porter County, in the State of Indiana. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Isaac Walter Knapp, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Knapp, James Murphy, James Murphy Knapp was born in 1817 or 1818, in the State of Ohio. He died on the Ninth day of July in 1892, in Mendocino County, California. James Murphy Knapp was a member of the Iowa seventh Cavalry, in Company C., in the Union Army. James Murphy Knapp was the administrator of his father, John Knapp’s estate, on February seventh, in 1852. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of James Murphy Knapp, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Knapp, John Randolph, John Randolph Knapp was born in 1826. He died on the Ninth day of July, in 1892. John Randolph Knapp was a member of the Sixth Infantry of California, Company A, in the Union Army. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of John Randolph Knapp, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Knapp, Peter Jones – Peter Jones Knapp was born in the State of Ohio in 1842. He died in 1924. Peter Jones Knapp was a member of the Iowa Fifth Infantry, Company H, in the Union Army. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Peter Jones Knapp, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Knapp, William Henry Norris – William Henry Norris Knapp was born in Essex County, in Canada, in 1838. He died in 1909 or 1919. William Henry Norris was a member of the Iowa Fifth Infantry, Company H, in the Union Army. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of William Henry Norris Knapp, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Landon, Daniel B. – Daniel B. Landon was born on the Twentieth day of March, in 1832. He was a married man, living in  or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Daniel B. Landon was a member of Company G, of the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment. He enlisted on the Sixth day of August, in 1862. Daniel B. Landon’s term of enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Corporal. Daniel B. Landon was later promoted to Sergeant. He was paid a bounty of ten dollars, for taking the place, of someone, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. Daniel B. Landon married Carolina M. Phelps. They were the parents of six children. Daniel B. Landon fought in a number of battles. He was wounded, at the Battle of Monocacy, Frederick County, in the State of Maryland, on the Ninth day of July, in 1864. Daniel B. Landon died on the Twenty-third day of April, in 1879. He was only, forty-seven years of age, at the time of his death. His widow was still living in Hartford, Hartford County, in the State of Connecticut, in 1903. We have no other information, about the life, death, family, burial or military service of Daniel B. Landon, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Livermore, Henry W. – Henry W. Livermore was born on the Twenty-fourth of May, in 1837. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Henry W. Livermore was a member of Company G, of the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment. He enlisted in August of 1862. Henry W. Livermore’s enlistment was for a term of three years. He held the rank of Private. He received a bounty of ten dollars, for taking the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. Henry W. Livermore fought in a number of battles.  He was wounded at the Battle of Monocacy, Frederick County, in the State of Maryland, on the Ninth day of July, in 1864. Henry W. Livermore died from the effects of his wound, in the last week of July, in 1864. He was buried at Frederick, Frederick County, in the State of Maryland. We have no further information, about the life death, burial or military service, of Henry W. Livermore, before or during the American Civil War.

 

McArthur, Amos – Amos McArthur was born on the Thirtieth of May, in 1829. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Amos McArthur was a member of Company E, of the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment. He enlisted on the Eleventh day of August in 1862. Amos McArthur’s enlistment was for a term of three years. He held the rank of Private. Amos McArthur was paid a bounty of ten dollars, for taking the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. He fought in a number of battles. Amos McArthur died of disease at Rowlsburgh, Loudoun County, in the State of Virginia, on the Fifth day of May, in 1863. He was also, buried at Rowlsburgh, Loudoun County, in the State of Virginia. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Amos McArthur, before or during the American Civil War.

 

McArthur, Osni – Osni McArthur was born on the Fourth of May, in 1827. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Osni McArthur was a member of Company E, of the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment. He enlisted on the Eleventh of August, in 1862. Osni McArthur’s enlisment was for a term of three years.  He held the rank of Private. Osni McArthur was paid a bounty of ten dollars, for taking the place of someone, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. He fought in several battles. Osni McArthur was killed at the Battle of Cold Harbor, in June of 1864. The Battle of Cold Harbor was, also known as the Battle of Gaines’ Mills, in Hanover County, in the State of Virginia. Osni McArthur was buried at White House Landing, New Kent County, in the State of Virginia. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Osni McArthur, before or during the American Civil War.

 

McCan, E. M. – E. M. McCan was living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. His name is not in the records, however, he was paid a bounty, of two hundred dollars. the bounty was paid by the town of Hopkinton, for E. M. McCan to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. A town or the people, of a town sometimes would raise the funds, to pay another person, to take the place of the only doctor in the town, or area. He was paid, on the Twentieth day of February, in 1865. Less than three months, before the war ended. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of E. M. McCan, during or after the American Civil War.

 

McCloud, Nelson W. – Nelson W. McCloud was born on the Sixth of May, in 1848. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Nelson W. McCloud was a member of Company F, of the One Hundred and Ninety-third Regiment. He enlisted on the Eighteenth of February, in 1865. Nelson W. McCloud’s term of enlistment was for one year. He held the rank of Private. Nelson W. McCloud was paid a bounty, of two hundred dollars, for taking the place of another man, who did not want to service his county, in a time of war. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Nelson W. McCloud, during or after the American Civil War.

 

McCuen, Daniel O. – Daniel O. McCuen was born on the First day of August, in 1841. He was living  in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of Company A, of the Sixtieth Regiment. Daniel O. McCuen was discharged on the Nineteenth day of July, in 1865, at the end of the war. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Daniel McCuen, during or after the American Civil War.

 

McCuen, Lewis – Lewis McCuen was born on the Twenty-ninth day of September, in 1839. He was living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of Company A, of the Sixtieth Regiment. Lewis McCuen held the rank of Private. He was discharged on the Twenty- third day of November, in 1863. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Lewis McCuen, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Meacham, Hally E. – Hally E. Meacham was born on the Fifth day of June, in 1842. He was a single man living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Hally E. Meacham was a member of Company K, of the Sixtieth Regiment. He enlisted in the Union Army on the Eighth day of October, in 1861. Hally E. Meacham’s enlistment was for a period of three years. He held the rank of Private. Hally E. Meacham fought in some battles. He died of disease on the Thirty-first day of December, in 1861, in Baltimore, Baltimore County, in the State of Maryland. Hally E. Meacham was buried at London Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Baltimore County, Maryland. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Hally E. Meacham, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Meacham, Sylvester – Sylvester Meacham was born on the fifth of June, in 1844. He was living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Sylvester Meacham was a member of Company H, of the Twenty-sixth Regiment. He enlisted in February of 1865. Sylvester Meacham’s enlistment was for a term of one year. He held the rank of Private. Sylvester Meacham was paid a bounty, of two hundred dollars, for taking the place of someone, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. He was discharged on the fifth day of July, in 1865, at the end of the war. Later, he settled in St. Regis Falls, Franklin County, in the State of New York. St. Regis Falls was later, surrounded by the town of Waverly, Franklin County, in the State of New York. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Sylvester Meacham, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Meekham, Jeremiah S. – Jeremiah S. Meekham was born on the Thirteenth day of October, in 1830. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Jeremiah Meekham was a member of Company D, of the Ninety-second Regiment. He enlisted on the Twenty-fifth day of August, in 1862. Jeremiah S. Meekham’s enlistment was for a term of three years. He held the rank of Private. Jeremiah S. Meekham was paid a bounty of ten dollars, for taking the place of another man, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. He fought in several battles. Jeremiah S. Meekham was discharged, on the fourth day of March, in 1863, because of his disability. He moved to Parishville, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York, where he died before 1903. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Jeremiah S. Meekham, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Merritt, Chauncey – Chauncey Merritt was born on the Twelfth day of September, in 1842. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Chauncey Merritt was a member of Company D, of the Ninety-second Regiment. He enlisted on the thirtieth day of November, in 1861. Chauncey Merritt’s enlistment was for a term of three years. He held the rank of Private. Chauncey Merritt reenlisted on the Fourth of January, in 1864. He was a member of Company D, of the Ninety-second Regiment, again. Chauncey Merritt, again enlisted for a term of three years. He was paid a bounty, of three hundred dollars, for taking the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. He fought in a number of Battles. Chauncey Merritt was wounded at the Battle of Cold Harbor, which was also known as, the Battle of Gaines Mills, Hanover County, in the State of Virginia. He was taken to Washington, D. C. Chauncey Merritt died from the effects of disease, on the Second of July, in 1864. He was buried at Alexandria, Alexandria County, in the State of Virginia. Alexandria County is now Arlington County, in the State of Virginia. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Chauncey Merritt, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Merritt, Holland – Holland Merritt was born on the Fifth day of August, in 1840. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Holland Merritt was a member of Company D, of the Ninety-second Regiment. He enlisted on the Fourteenth day of January, in 1861. Holland Merritt’s enlistment was for a period of three years. He held the rank of Private. He fought in several battles. In April of 1862, he was discharged, because of his disability. Holland Merritt returned to Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Later, he moved to Potsdam, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York; where he died. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Holland Merritt, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Merritt, Horace – Horace Merritt was born on the Eighth day of August, in 1846. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Horace Merritt was a member of Company G, of the Ninety-second Regiment. He enlisted in December, of 1861. Horace Merritt’s enlistment was for a period of three years. He held the rank of Private. Horace Merritt died of disease, before he ever left the State of New York. He was buried at Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. We have no further information, about the life, death or burial of Horace Merritt before or during the American Civil War.

 

Merritt, Isaac H. – Isaac H. Merritt was born on the Twenty-sixth day of July, in 1842. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Isaac H. Merritt was a member of Company D, in the Ninety-second Regiment. He enlisted in December of 1861. Isaac H. Merritt’s term of enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Private. Isaac H. Merritt died at the hospital in Ballomas Bridge, Accomack County, in the State of Virginia. He suffered from a disease, that killed him on the eighth of June, in 1862. We believe, that he was buried, in the Accomack County area, of the State of Virginia. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Isaac H. Merritt, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Merritt, William – William Merritt was born on the thirteenth day of March, in 1830. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. William Merritt was a member of Company D, of the Ninety- second Regiment. He enlisted on the Twenty-first day of September, in 1862. William Merritt’s term of enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Private. William Merritt was paid a bounty of one hundred dollars, for taking the place of someone, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. He fought in a number of battles. He was killed at the Battle of Cold Harbor, on the First day of June, in 1864. The Battle of Cold Harbor was also, known as the Battle of Gaines Mills, Hanover County, in the State of Virginia. William Merritt was buried on the Battlefield, of Cold Harbor, Hanover County, in the State of Virginia, We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of William Merritt, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Minor, Joseph – Joseph Minor was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of Company G, of the Ninety-second Regiment. Joseph Minor enlisted on the Tenth day of October, in 1861. His enlistment was for a period of three years. Joseph Minor held the rank of Private. He was killed on the Thirtieth day of September, in 1864, at the Battle of Chaffin’s Farm and New Market Heights, also known as the Battle of Laurel Hill, on the James River, in Henrico County, in the State of Virginia. We believe Joseph Minor was buried in the Henrico County area, in the State of Virginia. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Joseph Minor, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Minor, Peter – Peter Minor was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of Company G, of the Ninety-second Regiment. Peter Minor enlisted on the tenth day of October, in 1861. His enlistment was for a term of three years. Peter Minor held the rank of Private. He fought in a number of battles. He was discharged on the tenth day of June, in 1863. The reason, given for Henry W. Minor’s discharge was the consolidation of the regiment. After the war, he settled in Vermont, where he later died. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Henry W. Minor, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Nash, George W. – George W. Nash was born on the Eighteenth day of January, in 1832. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. George W. Nash was a member of Company G, of the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment. He enlisted on the Sixth day of August, in 1862. George W. Nash’s enlistment was for a period of three years. He held the rank of Private. George W. Nash was paid a bounty of ten dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. He was promoted to Sergeant on the First day of January, in 1865. George W. Nash was discharged at the end of the war on the Twenty-second of June, in 1865. He returned to Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. George, then moved his family to Brasher Falls, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was still living there in 1903. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of George W. Nash, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Newton, Francis Oliver – Francis Oliver Newton was born on the Twenty-ninth day of September, in 1837. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Francis Oliver Newton was a member of Company C, of the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment. He enlisted in September of 1863. Francis Oliver Newton’s enlistment for a term of three years. He held the rank of Private. He was paid a bounty, of three hundred dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. Francis Oliver Newton was killed at the Battle of Cold Harbor, on the First of June, in 1864. The Battle of Cold Harbor is also, known as the Battle of Gaines Mills, Hanover County, in the State of Virginia. He was also buried at Cold Harbor, Hanover County, in the State of Virginia. We believe, that Francis Oliver Newton and Oliver Newton maybe the same person. We have no further information, about the life, death, or military service, of George W. Nash, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Newton, Hiram – Hiram Newton was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of the Fiftieth Regiment. Hiram Newton enlisted on the Seventh day of September, in 1864. His enlistment was for a term of one year. Hiram Newton held the rank of Private. He was paid, a bounty of two hundred dollars, for taking the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. Hiram Newton later, transferred to the Fifteenth Engineer Corps. He was discharged in June of 1865, at the end of the war. Hiram returned to Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York; where he died before 1903. We have no other record of the life, death, burial or military service, of Hiram Newton, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Newton, Oliver – Oliver Newton was living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. His name does not appear in the records. Oliver Newton was paid a bounty of three hundred dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. Sometimes a town or the people in the town would raise the funds to pay, the bounty. Sometimes that someone was a doctor, or someone that the town, felt they couldn’t do without. He received the bounty on the Twenty-ninth of December, in 1863. We believe, that Oliver Newton and Francis Oliver Newton maybe the same person. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Oliver Newton, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Newton, Warner – Warner Newton, at the beginning or the Civil War,was living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of Company G, of the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment. Warner Newton enlisted on the Fourteenth day of August, in 1862. His name does not appear in a report or a record. It does appear in the History of St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York; which was published in 1878. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service of Warner Newton, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Nobles, Thomas – Thomas Nobles was born on the Twenty-seventh of April, in 1808. He was a married man living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Thomas Nobles was a member of Company G, of the Ninety-second Regiment. He enlisted on the Tenth day of October, of 1861. Thomas Nobles’ enlistment was for a period of three years. He held the rank of Corporal, and later, Sergeant. Thomas Nobles served Twenty months, and then was discharged, because of a consolidation of his regiment on the Tenth day of June, in 1863. He then, reenlisted on the Twelfth day of November, in 1863. Thomas Nobles became a member of Company I, of the Ninety-second Regiment. He was paid a bounty, of three hundred dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. After the war, Thomas Nobles returned to Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He died, before 1903, in Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Thomas Nobles, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Norris, Joseph B. – Joseph B. Norris was born on the Seventh day of March, in 1822. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Joseph B. Norris was a member of Company C, of the Sixteenth Regiment. He enlisted on the Thirtieth day of August, in 1862. Joseph B. Norris’ enlistment was for a period of three years. He was paid a bounty of ten dollars, to take the place of another person, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. Joseph B. Norris was transferred in 1863, to Company A, of the One Hundred and Twenty First Regiment. He was wounded at the Battle of Cedar Creek, in the left leg and back. The Battle of Cedar Creek was also known as the Battle of Belle Grove, in the broad area of Frederick, Shenandoah and Warren Counties, in the State of Virginia. Joseph B. Norris was discharged on the Twelfth day of June, in 1865. He, then moved his family west. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Joseph B. Norris, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Palmer, Norman C. – Norman C. Palmer was born on the Twenty-seventh day of March, in 1837. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Norman C. Palmer was a member of Company E, of the Fiftieth Regiment. He enlisted on the Sixth day of September, in 1864. Norman C. Palmer’s enlistment was for a period of one year. He held the rank of Private. Norman C. Palmer was paid a bounty of two hundred dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. He was transferred to Company C, of the Engineer Corps. Norman C. Palmer was discharged on the thirteenth of June, in 1865. He, later moved his family to Stockholm, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York, where he died before 1903. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Norman C. Palmer, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Parker, John F. – John F. Parker was born on the Twenty-fourth day of July, in 1840. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. John F. Parker was a member of Company B, in the Sixteenth Regiment. He enlisted on the Twenty-fifth day of April, in 1861. John F. Parker’s enlistment was for a period of two years. He held the rank of Private. John F. Parker fought in a number of battles. He was wounded at the Battle of Gaines Mills on the Twenty-seventh day of June in 1862. The Battle of Gaines Mills was also, known as the Battle of Cold Harbor, in Hanover County, in the State of Virginia. John F. Parker remained on the battlefield, as a prisoner for thirty days. Then, he was paroled or traded in a prisoner exchange. He was discharged on the Fourth of April, in 1863. John F. Parker when home to Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He, later settled in Depere, Brown County, in the State of Wisconsin. John F. Parker was still living there in 1903. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of John F. Parker, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Paxton, Berry – Berry Paxton was living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of Company G, of the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment. Berry Paxton enlisted, in the Union Army on the Seventh day of August, in 1862. His name does not appear in the report that was filed in the State Capitol of Albany, Albany County, in the State of New York. He does appear in the History of St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York, which was published in 1878. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Berry Paxton, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Perry, Alexander Jr. – Alexander Perry, Jr. was born on the Seventh of January, in 1834. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Alexander Perry, Jr. was a member of Company G, of the One Hundred and Sixth regiment. He enlisted on the Seventh day of August, in 1862. Alexander Perry, Jr. signed up for an enlistment term of three years. He held the rank of Private. Alexander Perry, Jr. was paid a bounty of two hundred dollars, to take the place, of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. He was discharged, at the end of the war. He returned to Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Alexander Perry, Jr. died there in 1902, leaving a large family. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Alexander Perry, Jr., during or after the American Civil War.

 

Perry, Charles – Charles Perry was born on the Eighth day of October, in 1846. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Charles Perry was a member of Company G, of the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment. He enlisted on the First day of December, in 1863. Charles Perry’s enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Private. Charles Perry was paid, a bounty of three hundred dollars to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. He was discharged in June of 1865, at the end of the war. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Charles Perry, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Perry, Eli – Eli Perry was born on the Twenty-ninth day of September, of 1837. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Eli Perry was a member of Company G, of the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment. He enlisted on the Sixth day of August, in 1862. The enlistment of Eli Perry was for three years. He held the rank of Private. Eli Perry received a bounty, of ten dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. He was wounded, in the arm, on the Seventh day of April, in 1862. Eli Perry was discharged on the Fourteenth day of June, in 1865, at the end of the war. The record says, that, at the end of the war, he went west. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Eli Perry, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Phelps, Jesse – Jesse Phelps was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He held the rank of Private. Jesse Phelps received a bounty, of two hundred dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. After the war, he moved to Regis Falls, Franklin County, in the State of New York. The town of Regis Falls was later, surrounded by the town of Waverly, Franklin County, in the State of New York. He died there, in about 1897. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Jesse Phelps, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Pierce, George K. – George K. Pierce was born on the Twentieth day of July, in 1834. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. George K. Pierce was a member of Company F, of the One Hundred and Ninety-third Regiment. He enlisted on the Seventh day of March, in 1865. George K. Pierce’s enlistment was for  a term of one year. He held the rank of Private. George K. Pierce was paid a bounty of two hundred dollars, to take the place of another man, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. Later, he was promoted to Corporal. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of George K. Pierce, before of during the American Civil War.

 

Pierce, William H. – William H. Pierce was born on the Fourth day of October, in 1845. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. William H. Pierce was a member of Company G, of the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment. He enlisted in November of 1863. William H. Pierce’s term of enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Private. He received a bounty, of three hundred dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. On the Twenty-first day of September, in 1864, William H. Pierce was wounded on the Nineteenth day of October, in 1864, at the Battle of Fisher’s Hill, Shenandoah County, in the State of Virginia, and at the Battle of Cedar Creek. The Battle of Cedar Creek was, also known as The Battle of Belle Grove, which covered areas of Frederick, Shenandoah and Warren Counties, in the State of Virginia. He was discharged, in June, of 1865, at the end of the war. He moved to Fort Jackson, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. William H. Pierce became a farmer and died after 1903. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military Service, of William H. Pierce, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Pinney, Eber W. – Eber W. Pinney was born on the Eighth day of March, in 1825. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Eber W. Pinney was a member of Company G, of the Fifteenth Regiment. He enlisted on the Fifth day of September, in 1864. The enlistment of Eber W. Pinney, was for a period of one year. He held the rank of Private. Eber W. Pinney was paid a bounty, of two hundred dollars, to take the place of another man, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. Eber W. Pinney was discharged on the Third day of June, in 1865, at the end of the war. Later he went west. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or Military service, of Eber W. Pinney, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Ploff, Henry – Henry Ploff was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of Company G, of the Fifteenth Regiment. Henry Ploff enlisted in September of 1864. His enlistment was for a term of one year. Henry Ploff held the rank of Private. He received a bounty, of two hundred dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. Henry Ploff was discharged at the end of the war. He returned to Hopkinton, St Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Henry Ploff died there, before 1903. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Henry Ploff, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Ploff, Peter G. – Peter G. Ploff was a single man living in or around, Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of the sixteenth Regiment. Peter G. Ploff enlisted on the fifteenth of April, in 1861. His enlistment was for a period of two years. Peter G. Ploff held the rank of Private. He was killed on the Sixteenth day of April, in 1865, at the Battle of West Point, Harris County, in the State of Georgia. He was buried on the West Point Battlefield. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Peter G. Ploff, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Pulsifer, Henry Albert – Henry Albert Pulsifer was born on the Fourteenth day of January, in 1842. He was a single Man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Henry Albert Pulsifer was a member of Company E, of Regiment. He enlisted on the Eleventh day of August, in 1864. The enlistment of Henry Albert Pulsifer was for a term of three years. He held the rank of Private. Henry Albert Pulsifer was paid a bounty of ten dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. He died at the Battle of North Mountain, Frederick County, in the State of Virginia. He died of disease and was also, buried at North Mountain, Frederick County, in the State of Virginia. North Mountain is now in Berkeley County, in the State of West Virginia. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Henry Albert Pulsifer, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Pulsifer, Marshall Prentis – Marshall Prentis Pulsifer was born on the Fifteenth of April, in 1844. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of the Eleventh Regiment, which was also known as Scott’s Nine Hundred. Marshall Prentis Pulsifer enlisted on the First day of December, in 1863. His enlistment was for a term of three years. Marshall Prentis Pulsifer held the rank of Private. He was paid a bounty of three hundred dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Marshall Prentis Pulsifer, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Roberts, Ashford N. – Ashford N. Roberts was born on the Tenth day of December, in 1837. He was a married man, living in Hopkinton, St. Lawrence Country, in the State of New York. Ashford N. Roberts was a member of Company H, of the Seventh Regiment. He enlisted on the day of Sixteenth of December, in 1863. The enlistment Ashford N. Roberts was for a period, of three years. He held the rank of Private. Ashford N. Roberts was paid a bounty, of Three Hundred Dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. He was severely wounded in the left arm, at the Battle of Cold Harbor, on the Third day of June, in 1864. The Battle of Cold Harbor was also, known as the Battle of Gaines Mills, Hanover County, in the State of Virginia. Ashford N. Roberts was sent to a hospital in Washington, D. C.; and did not return to his regiment. He went back to Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Ashford N. Roberts became a farmer; and lives in Hopkinton, we believe with his family. He was still living there in 1903. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Ashford N. Roberts, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Rockwell, Chester S. – Chester S. Rockwell was born on the Twenty-eighth day of November, in 1835. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Chester S. Rockwell was a member of Company G, of the Ninety-second Regiment. He enlisted on the tenth day of October, in 1861. The enlistment of Chester S. Rockwell was for a period of three years. He held the rank of Private. Chester S. Rockwell was promoted to Sergeant-major. He was discharged on the tenth day of June in 1863. This was, because of consolidation of his regiment. Chester S. Rockwell moved his family to Parishville, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He became a farmer and land speculator.

 

Rockwell, Milo – Milo Rockwell was born on the Twenty-fourth day of July, in 1837. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinville, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Milo Rockwell was a member of Company G, or the Ninety-second Regiment. He enlisted on the Twenty-fifth day of October, in 1861. The enlistment for Milo Rockwell was for a period of three years. He held the rank of Private. He fought in a number of battles. Milo Rockwell went to Washington, D. C. with the sick and wounded. He may have been one of the sick or wounded. When, in Washington, D. C. he became a nurse. Milo Rockwell died of disease in Washington, D. C. and was buried there, in about October of 1862. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service of Milo Rockwell, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Rockwell, Myron S. – Myron S. Rockwell was born on the Twenty-fourth day of July, in 1837. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Myron S. Rockwell was a member of Company G, of the Ninety-second Regiment. He enlisted on the Fourth of November, in 1861. The enlistment of Myron S. Rockwell was for a term of three years. He held the rank of Private. Myron S. Rockwell was promoted to Corporal. He served in many battles, over a period of three years. On the First day of June, in 1864 he was mortally wounded, at the Battle of Cold Harbor. The Battle of Cold Harbor is also, known as the Battle of Gaines Mills. He was buried at the Cold Harbor Battlefield, Hanover County, in the State of Virginia. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Myron S. Rockwell, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Rockwood, Harvey A. – Harvey A. Rockwood was born on the Eighteenth day of October, in 1847. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Harvey A. Rockwood was a member of Company F, of the One Hundred and Ninety-third Regiment. He enlisted in February of 1865. The enlistment of Harvey A. Rockwood was for a period of one year. He held the rank of Private. Harvey A. Rockwood received a bounty of two hundred dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. He fought in a number of battles. After the war was over, he moved to LaFayette, Tippecanoe County, in the State of Indiana. Harvey was still living there in 1903. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Harvey A. Rockwood, during or after, the American Civil War.

 

Rockwood, Heman S. – Heman S. Rockwood was born on the Second day of November, in 1844. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence, in the State of New York. Heman S. Rockwood was a member of Company E, of the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment. He enlisted on the Eleventh day of August, in 1862. The term of enlistment for Heman S. Rockwood was three years. He held the rank of Private. Heman S. Rockwood was paid a bounty, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. He was wounded, in the right shoulder, on the Sixth day of March, in 1864, at the Battle of the Wilderness, in Spotsylvania and Orange Counties, in the State of Virginia. Then, at the Third Battle of Winchester, Frederick County, Virginia, on the Nineteenth day of September, in 1864, Heman S. Rockwood lost his right arm. He was discharged in February of 1865. After the end of the war, Heman S. Rockwood moved to bombay, Franklin County, in the State of New York. He became a physician, and died after 1903. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service of Heman S. Rockwood, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Rosenbarker, Hiram – Hiram Rosenbarker was born on the Fourteenth of February, in 1831. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Hiram Rosenbarker was a member of Company B, of the One Hundred and Ninety-third Regiment. He enlisted on the Nineteenth of February, in 1865. The enlistment of Hiram Rosenbarker was for a period of three years. He held the rank of Private. Hiram Rosenbarker received a bounty of two hundred dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to service his country, in a time of war. After the war was over, he became a farmer, living in Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was still living there in 1903. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Hiram Rosenbarker, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Ross, Ira – Ira Ross was born on the Twenty-seventh day of October, in 1837. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Ira Ross was a member of Company G, of the Thirteenth Regiment. He enlisted on the Twentieth day of June, in 1863. Ira Ross’ term of enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Private. On the Thirteenth thru the Sixteenth of July in 1863, the Draft Riots ravaged the City of New York. One of the soldiers sent to protect the city was Ira Ross. A number of buildings were burned. One hundred an twenty people died in the riots. Ira Ross lost the four fingers on his right. He served about two years, before he was discharged in September, of 1865. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Ira Ross, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Sanford, Darwin E. – Darwin E. Sanford was born on the Seventeenth of November, in 1847. He was a single man, in Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Darwin E. Sanford was a member of Company F, of the One Hundred and Ninety-third Regiment. He enlisted in 1864 as a Sergeant, from the town of Lawrence, Brunswick County, in the State of New York. Darwin E. Sanford was discharged in 1865, at the end of the war. Darwin E. Sanford became a farmer, and Proprietor of the Eagle Creamery at Nicholville, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Darwin E. Sanford, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Sanford, Edwin D. – Edwin D. Sanford was born on the Twenty-fourth day of January, in 1845. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Edwin D. Sanford was a member of Company E, of the Sixty-first Regiment. He enlisted on the Eighth day of August, in 1864. He was one of the sons, of Colonel Jonah Sanford.  Edwin D. Sanford held the rank of Private. He was discharged on the Fourteenth day of July, in 1865. At the end of the war, Edwin D. Sanford went to Nicholville, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He became a blacksmith, and was still living in 1903. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Edwin D. Sanford, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Sanford, Erasmus Jonah – Erasmus Jonah Sanford was born on the Thirteenth day of May, in 1842. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Erasmus Jonah Sanford was a member of Company F, of the Sixteenth Regiment. He held the rank of Private. Erasmus Jonah Sanford was one of four sons of Colonel Jonah Sanford. He fought in a number of battles. Erasmus Jonah Sanford was wounded on the Twenty-seventh of June, in 1862, at the Battle of Gaines Mills. He lost his third and fourth fingers, on his left hand. The Battle of Gaines Mills was also, known as the Battle of Cold Harbor, Hanover County, in the State of Virginia. Erasmus Jonah Sanford was honorably discharged on the Twenty-second day of May, in 1863. After the war, he moved to Nicholville, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Erasmus Jonah Sanford was very successfu,l there. He was still living in Nicholville, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York, in 1903. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Erasmus Jonah Sanford, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Sanford, Jonah – Jonah Sanford was born on the Thirty-first day of December, in 1790, in Cornwall, Addison County, in the State of Vermont. He was a man, over seventy years old, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. In the fall of 1861 and early winter of 1861 to 1862, Jonah Sanford organized the Ninety-second Regiment of Volunteers. He became the unit’s colonel. Jonah Sanford took his men to James River, Virginia. There, he became sick and was forced to resign. Considering he was over seventy, his service was amazing. We believe his family made up part of his unit. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Jonah Sanford, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Sanford, Henry B. – Henry B. Sanford was born on the Twenty-second day of July, in 1816. His birth was in Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Henry B. Sanford was a married man. He was a member of Company F, of the Ninety-second Regiment. Henry B. Sanford’s enlistment was for three years. He was promoted to Second Lieutenant. Henry B. Sanford was one of four sons of Colonel Jonah Sanford, and under his father’s command. He returned to Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Henry B. Sanford, died on the Hopkinton side or south side of the St. Regis river at Nicholville, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York, on the Twenty-seventh day of March, in 1879. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Henry B. Sanford, before of after the American Civil War.

 

Sanford, Henry T. – Henry T. Sanford was born on the Thirteenth day of April, in 1840. He was a single man living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Henry T. Sanford was a member of Company F, of the Sixteenth, Regiment. Henry T. Sanford was one of four sons of Colonel Jonah Sanford. He enlisted in April of 1861. The enlistment of Henry T. Sanford was for two years, as First Sergeant. He was promoted to Second Lieutenant, First Lieutenant, and then, Captain. Henry T. Sanford was discharged at the end of his enlistment. After the war, he studied law. Later, he settled in Albany, Albany County, in the State of New York. Henry T. Sanford practiced law, there, until his death, on the Sixteenth day of July, in 1897. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Henry T. Sanford, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Sanford, Rollin O. – Rollin O. Sanford was born on the Twenty- ninth day of November, in 1837. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Rollin O. Sanford was a member of Company L, of the Seventh Heavy Artillery. He enlisted in December of 1863. The enlistment of Rollin O. Sanford was for a term, of three years. He held the rank of Corporal. He received a bounty, of three hundred dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. He was the son of Colonel Jonah Sanford. He fought in a number of battles. Rollin O. Sanford went through the Wilderness Campaign, in Spotsylvania and Orange Counties, in the State of Virginia. He was taken prisoner, before The Battle of Petersburg, also known as the Siege of Petersburg, Dinwiddie County, in the State of Virginia, in June of 1864. Rollin O. Sanford was confined to Andersonville Prison, Macon County, on the State of Georgia, where he died on the Twenty-ninth day of July, in 1864. He was buried there, also. The widow and two children of Rollin O. Sanford were still living in 1903. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Rollin O. Sanford, before of during the American Civil War.

 

Shales, George – George Shales was born on the Twelfth day of December, in 1830. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. George Shales was a member of Company G, of the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment. He enlisted on the Seventh day of August, in 1862. George Shales enlistment was for a period of three years. He received a bounty, of ten dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. George Shales was discharged on the Twenty-second day of June, in 1865, at the end of the war. He went back to Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. George Shales, then, moved his family to Lawrence, Brunswick County, in the State of New York. He was still living there in 1903. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of George Shales, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Sheldon, Harmon – Harmon Sheldon was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York.  He was a member of Company K, of a Regiment. Harmon Sheldon enlisted in September of 1861. His enlistment was for a period, of three years. Harmon Sheldon held the rank of Private. He fought in a number of battles. He died of disease on the Twenty-second day of August, in 1863, in Hopkinton, St Lawrence County, in the State of New York. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Harmon Sheldon, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Simpson, Samuel – Samuel Simpson was a man , living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He held the rank of Private. Samuel Simpson was paid a bounty, of two hundred dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Samuel Simpson, before or after the American Civil War.

 

Smith, Samuel – Samuel Smith was born on the Fifth day of October, in 1826. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Samuel Smith was a member of Company I, of the One Hundred and Forty-sixth Regiment. He enlisted on the First day of September, in 1864. The enlistment of Samuel Smith was for one year. He held the rank of Private. Samuel Smith was a Substitute. This may have been the same Samuel Smith as below; but they were listed separatly. This means, he received a bounty, of money to serve in another person’s place. That person did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. He was discharged in 1865, when the war was over. He returned to Hopkinton, and to his family. Samuel Smith died before 1903. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Samuel Smith, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Smith, Samuel – Samuel Smith was a Substitute, for George S. Wright. A substitute was someone, who was paid to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. This may have been the same Samuel Smith as above; but they were listed separately.  We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Samuel Smith, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Smith, Silas A. – Silas A. Smith was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York.  He was a member of Company G, in the Ninety-second Regiment. Silas A. Smith enlisted on the Thirtieth day of October, in 1861. His enlistment was for a term of three years. Silas A. Smith held the rank of First Lieutenant. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Silas A. Smith, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Smith, Wilbur – Wilbur Smith was born on the Twenty-second day, of May, in 1844. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Wilbur Smith was a member of Company E, of the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment. He enlisted on the Eleventh day of August, in 1862. Wilbur Smith’s enlistment was for a term of three years. He held the rank of Private. Wilbur Smith was paid a bounty, of ten dollars to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. He was discharged, at the expiration of his term of service, on the third day of July, in 1862. After the war, Wilbur Smith went back to Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Wilbur Smith, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Snell, Hiram – Hiram Snell was born on the Fourteenth, of November, in 1844. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Hiram Snell was a member of Company B, of the Eighth New York Cavalry. He enlisted in September of 1864. Hiram Snell was paid a bounty, in 1864, of two hundred dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. He was discharged on the First day of July, in 1865, at the end of the war. After the war was over, Hiram Snell moved to Madison, Lake County, in the State of Ohio. He was still living there in 1903. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Hiram Snell, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Staples, Isaac – Isaac Staples was born on the Twenty-ninth day of May, in 1821. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Isaac Staple was a member of Company A, of a regiment called sad, because it was in such poor condition. He enlisted in December of 1863. Isaac Staples’ enlistment was for a period of three years. He held the rank of Private. Isaac Staples was paid three hundred dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. He was discharged on the Eighteenth day of May, in 1865, at the end of the war. Isaac Staples returned to Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He died in about 1890, leaving his family behind. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Isaac Staples in the American Civil War.

 

Starkey, Cyrus, G. – Cyrus G. Starkey was born in the State of Ohio, in 1835. He was married to Sarah Benson Mason on the Fifth day of May, in 1861. Cyrus G. Starkey was in the Militia formed in Campbell Township, Greene County, in the State of Missouri. Campbell Township is now Springfield, Missouri. He died in Greenwood County, Kansas on the Twenty-seventh day of June, in 1879 at the age of forty-four, on the farm land that he received, because of his service for the Union in the Civil War. He was struck by lightening. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Cyrus G. Starkey, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Starkey, Rueben – Rueben Starkey was born on the Twenty-fourth day of February, in 1839, in the State of Ohio or the State of  Indiana. He died on the Twenty-seventh day of March, in 1922, in Township of Cassville, Barry County, in the State of Missouri. Rueben Starkey was married to Mary Emeline Smith, on the fourth day of December, in 1861, in Delaware, Delaware County, in the State of Iowa. He fought for the Union Army. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Rueben Starkey, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Starkey, Rushia, Rushia Starkey was born in the State of Indiana, on the Eleventh day of April, in 1842. He was married to Celica Fuzey in Manchester, Iowa, on the Ninth day of January, in 1863. She was born in 1848, in Manchester, Iowa. Celica Fuzey Starkey died on the Eighth day of January, in 1918. Rushia Starkey died on the Eighth day of August, in 1918, in the Town of Severy, Greenwood County, in the State of Kansas. He fought for the Union Army. We have no additional information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Rushia Starkey, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Stearns, Henry W. – Henry W. Stearns was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Hew was a member of Company F, of the One Hundred and Ninety-third Regiment. Henry W. Stearns enlisted in February of 1865. His enlistment was for a period of one year. Henry W. Stearns held the rank of Private. He was paid a bounty, of two hundred dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve, in a time of war. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Henry W. Stearns, before of after the American Civil War.

 

Stone, Robert – Robert Stone was born on the Twenty-fifth of November, in 1833. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Robert Stone was a member of G, of the Eleventh Regiment also, known as Scott’s Nine Hundred. He enlisted on the Eleventh day of August, in 1862. The enlistment of Robert Stone was, for a three year period. He held the rank of Private. Robert Stone was paid a bounty, of ten dollars, to take the place of a someone, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. He died of disease in New York City, in the State of New York, on the Sixth day of October, in 1864. Robert Stone was buried in Parishville, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Robert Stone, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Sullivan, Michael or Mike – Michael or Mike Sullivan was living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He enlisted in December of 1863. Michael or Mike Sullivan’s enlistment was for a term of three years. He held the rank of Private. Michael or Mike Sullivan was paid a bounty, of three hundred dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Michael or Mike Sullivan, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Tamblin, Eli – Eli Tamblin was born on the Seventeenth day of April, in 1834. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Eli Tamblin was a member of Company E. of the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment. He enlisted on the Sixth day of August, in 1862. Eli Tamblin’s enlistment was for three years. He held the rank of Private. Eli Tamblin received a bounty of ten dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. He was wounded at the Battle of Monocacy, Frederick County, in the State of Maryland, on the Ninth day of July, in 1864. Eli Tamblin was then, transferred to the Sixteenth Infantry Corps. He was discharged on the Sixth day of July, in 1865, at the wars end. Eli Tamblin moved his family to Nicholville, St Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He died there, before 1903. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Eli Tamblin, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Taylor, Aaron – Aaron Taylor was born in June of 1830. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Aaron Taylor was a member of Company G, of the Ninety-eighth Regiment. He enlisted on the First day of June, in 1864. Arron Taylor enlistment was for a term of three years. He held the rank of Private. Arron Taylor was paid a bounty of three hundred dollars, to take the place of someone,who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. He was wounded on the Twentieth day of June, in 1864, at the Battle of Cold Harbor, Hanover County, in the State of Virginia. The Battle of Cold Harbor, was also known as the Battle of Gaines Mills. Aaron Taylor was discharged on the Thirty-first day of August, in 1865. He, later, moved to Stark, Herkimer County, in the State of New York. Aaron Taylor died there, in February of 1902. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Aaron Taylor, During or after the American Civil War.

 

VanHorman, Isaac – Isaac VanHorman was born in 1843. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Isaac VanHorman was a member of Company B, of the Fifty-ninth Regiment. He enlisted in August of 1862. Isaac VanHorman’s enlistment was for a period of three years. He held the rank of Private. Isaac VanHorman received a bounty of ten dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. He was wounded in battle. Isaac VanHorman became disabled, because of his wound. He was discharged in February of 1864. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Isaac VanHorman, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Vaughn, George – George Vaughn was a man living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of the One Hundred and Forty-second Regiment. George Vaughn enlisted on the First day of August, in 1862. His enlistment was for three years. George Vaughn held the rank of Private. He received a bounty, of ten dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. George Vaughn was discharged in June,of 1865. He moved to the area of Defiance, Defiance County, in the State of Ohio. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of George Vaughn, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Wakefield, William B. – William B. Wakefield was born on the Fifth day of September, in 1844. He was a single man, living in or around, Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. William B. Wakefield was a member of Company K, of the Sixteenth Regiment. He enlisted on the Thirteenth of September, in 1861. The enlistment of William B. Wakefield was for three years. He held the rank of Private. William B. Wakefield received a bounty, of three hundred dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. We believe, that he was injured in battle, because he was discharged on the Thirteenth day of February, in 1863, because of disability. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of William B. Wakefield, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Walcutt, Elisha – Elisha Walcutt was a married man, living in or around, Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of Company G, of the Ninety-second Regiment. Elisha Walcutt enlisted on the tenth day of October, in 1861. His enlistment was for a term of three years. Elisha held the rank of Sergeant. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Elisha Walcutt, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Welsh, Milton A. – Milton A. Welsh was born on the Twenty-ninth, of October, in 1842. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence  County, in the State of New York. Milton A. Welsh was a member of Company G, of the Fifteenth Regiment. He enlisted on September of 1864. The enlistment of Milton A. Welsh was for one year. He held the rank of Private. Milton A. Welsh received a bounty, of two hundred dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. He was discharged in Washington, D. C. in June of 1865, at the end of the war. Milton A. Welsh went home, to Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was still living there, in 1903. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Milton A. Welsh, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Wheeler, Lewis – Lewis Wheeler was born on the Eleventh day of November, in 1836. He was a married man, living in or around, Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Lewis Wheeler was a member of Company G, of the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment. He enlisted on the Seventh day of August, in 1862. The enlistment was Lewis Wheeler was for a period of three years. He held the rank of Private. Lewis Wheeler was paid a bounty, of ten dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. He was wounded, in the hip, on the Ninth of July, in 1864, at the Battle of Monocacy, on the Monocacy River, or Monocacy Junction, Frederick County, in the State of Maryland. This was before, the Union Army came to the Battle of Petersburg, Dinwiddie County, in the State of Virginia. Lewis Wheeler was discharged on the First of July, in 1865 at the end of the war. He went home to his family, in Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was still living there in 1903.

 

White, Adney, P. – Adney P. White was a man living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of Company G, of the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment. He enlisted on the Twelfth day of August, in 1862. This name came from the St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. History,  Published in 1878. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Adney P. White, before or during the American Civil War.

 

White, Julius – Julius White was born on the Third day of October, in 1840. He was a married man, living in or around, Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Julius White was a member of Company G, of the Tenth Regiment. He enlisted in August of 1862. The enlistment of Julius White was for three years. He held the rank of Private. He was paid a bounty, of ten dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. Julius White was taken prisoner in June of 1863. He was left in Libby Prison, Richmond, Hanover County, in the State of Virginia, for one hundred and six days. Julius White was in a prisoner exchange, and then, returned to his regiment. He was promoted. He was wounded on the thirteenth day of June, in 1864, in the Battle of Cold Harbor, near Mechanicsville, Hanover County, in the State of Virginia. The Battle of Cold Harbor was also known as the Battle of Gaines Mills.  Julius White was discharged on the Twenty-second day of June, in 1865, at the end of the war. He returned to his family in Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Julius White was still living there in 1903. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Julius White, during or after the American Civil War.

 

White, L. R. – L. R. White was born on the Tenth day of August, in 1839. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. L. R. White was a member of Company A, of the Eleventh Regiment, also known as Scott’s Nine Hundred. He enlisted on the Eleventh day of August, in 1862. The enlistment of L. R. White was for a term of three years. He held the rank of Private. He received a bounty, of ten dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. L. R. White died of disease at Camp Refief, Orange County, in the State of Virginia, on the Sixth day of January, in 1863. He was also, buried there. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of L. R. White, before or during the American Civil War.

 

White, Orin – Orin White was born on the Second day of January, in 1839. He was a married man living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Orin White was a member of Company K, or the Sixtieth Regimant. He enlisted on October, in 1861. His enlistment was for a period of three years. Orin White held the rank of Private. He served about eight months, before he was discharged, for injury or illness. Orin White died before, 1903 in Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. We have no further information, about, the life, death, burial or military service, of Orin White, during or after the American Civil War.

 

White, William – William White was born on the Twenty-seventh day of September, in 1832. He was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. William White was a member of Company G, of the Ninety-eighth Regiment. He enlisted in January of 1862. The enlistment of William White was for a term of three years. He held the rank of Private. William White receive four wounds, at the Battle of Fair Oaks, Henrico County, in the State of Virginia, on the First day of July, in 1862. The Battle of Fair Oaks, was also known as the Battle of Fair Oaks Station and the Battle of Seven Pines. He was discharged in July of 1863. William White reenlisted from the Town of Bombay, Franklin County, in the State of New York. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of William White, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Willey, Hiram H. – Hiram H. Willey was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He enlisted in November of 1861. The enlistment of Hiram H. Willey was for a period of three years. He held the rank of Private. Hiram H. Willey reenlisted on the Fourth day of January, in 1864. His reenlistment was in the Ninety-second Regiment was at Newbern, Craven County, in the State of North Carolina. Hiram Willey was paid a bounty, of three hundred dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his county, in a time of war. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Hiram H. Willey.

 

Wilcox, Ithiel – Ithiel Wilcox was born on the Sixteenth day of October, in 1844. He was a single man living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Ithiel Wicox was a member of Company C. of the Fifteith Regiment. He enlisted in August, of 1864. Itjiel Wilcox’s enlistment was for a term, of one year. He held the rank of Private. Ithiel Wilcox was paid a bounty, of two hundred dollars to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. He was discharged in Washington, D. C., in June of 1865, at the end of the war. He returned home and then, moved to Parishville, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. Ithiel Wilcox died there, in the fall of 1891. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Ithiel Wilcox, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Wilson, Charles – Charles Wilson was a single man living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of Company E, of the Fifty-ninth Regiment. Charles Wilson enlisted on the Twenty-second day of December, in 1863. His enlistment was for a period of three years. Charles Wilson held the rank of Private. He was paid a bounty of three hundred dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of Charles Wilson, before or during the American Civil War.

 

Winne, John C. – John C. Winne was born on the Fourteenth day, of September, in 1829. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. John C. Winne was a member of Company G, of the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment. He enlisted on the Sixth of August, in 1862. John C. Winne’s enlistment was for a period of three years. He held the rank of Private. John C. Winne was paid a bounty of ten dollars, to take the place of someone, who did not want to serve his country, in a time of war. He received a wound in his hand in battle. John C. Winne was discharged at the expiration of his term of service, on the thirtieth,of June, in 1865, at the end of the war. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of John C. Winne, during or after the American Civil War.

 

 

Witherell, George – George Witherell was born on the Fourth day of May, in 1842. He was a single man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. George Witherell was a member of the Sixteenth Regiment. He enlisted on the Twenty-eighth day of October, in 1861. George Witherell’s enlistment was for two years. He held the rank of Private. George Witherell was discharged in May, of 1863. He reenlisted in the State of Vermont, in 1863. Later, he moved to Brainerd, Crow Wing County, in the State of Minnesota. George Witherell was still living there in 1903. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service, of George Witherell, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Wood, William W. – William W. Wood was born on the Second day of June, in 1826. He was a married man, living in Hopkinton, St. Lawrence, in the State of New York. William W. Wood was a member of Company G, of the Ninety-second Regiment. He enlisted in November of 1864. The enlistment of William W. Wood was for a period of three years. William W. Wood held the rank of Private. He was discharged on the Twenty-third day of April, by reason of disability. William W. Wood was probably injured in battle, to receive a disability discharge. We have no other information, about the life, death, burial or Military service, of William W. Wood, during or after the American Civil War.

 

Woodruff, Ealen A. – Ealen A. Woodruff was a married man, living in or around Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, in the State of New York. He was a member of Company G, of the Sixteenth Regiment. Ealen A. Woodruff enlisted on the Fifteenth day of April, in 1861. His enlistment was for a period of two years. Ealen A. Woodruff held the rank of Private. He was wounded in the Battle of Seven Days, near Richmond, Hanover County, in the State of Virginia. The Battle of Seven Pines, actually covered parts of two counties, Hanover and Henrico Counties, in the State of Virginia. Ealen A. Woodruff died from the effects of his wounds. We have no further information, about the life, death, burial or military service of Ealen A. Woodruff, before or during the American Civil War.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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