HISTORY OF QUEENS COUNTY with illustrations, Portraits & Sketches of Prominent Families and Individuals. New York: W.W. Munsell & Co.; 1882. pp. 65-73. History of Queens Countyenter name and hit return
QUEENS COUNTY IN THE CIVIL WAR- RECORD OF THE VOLUNTEERS.On the Southern States taking their first measures for withdrawing from the federal Union Queens county generally raised a dissenting voice. Whenever a "peace meeting" was advertised it was at once put down. The peacemakers and friends of the South were called "snakes," "copperheads," "secesh" and the like, and there were occasional family feuds growing out of a diversity of opinion. There were many patriotic meetings and visible signs of popular opinion, such as flag-raisings, which inflamed and fed the war sentiment. When the men were about leaving their families and setting out for the seat of war "soldiers’ aid societies" and "home relief associations" were formed to provide for the families of absent soldiers. Hospital supplies and clothing were sent to the Sanitary Commission at Washington. Even the "Friends" were active in a cause that held out liberty to the slave. A camp of instruction, called "Winfield Scott," was formed on Hempstead Plains and barracks for "Camp Woodhull" were set up in Doughty’s Grove, near Queens. All sojourners from the South were put under surveillance and espionage; and resident citizens of doubtful standing were waited upon by rough-hewn patriots and forced to hurrah for the Union in order to escape rude handling. A Union war meeting was held at Newtown, when a huge coffin mounted on wheels was trundled through the streets, labeled "Newtown Secession died out August 29th 1861; "southern rebels and northern traitors were alike denounced. There were so many calls for men to suppress the rebellion that volunteers were at length hard to be got and a draft had to be resorted to. The board of enrollment included Colonel Rose, who died January 12th 1864 an was succeeded by Captain James A. Fleury as provost marshal. William T. McCoun was commissioner, Drs. Prior, Ordronaux and Richardson were in succession examining surgeons. The first draft for Queens county was set down for July 15th 1863, the quota being 1,603 but was put off till September 2nd, owing to the Irish anti-draft riot which broke out at Jamaica on the evening of July 14th. Its purpose was to stop the draft which was to commence on the morrow. Rumors of intended violence were rife during the day, and some friends o order felt disposed to arm themselves in defense of government, but timid counsels prevailed, and the village was left at the mercy of the rioters. About dusk they began to collect. A. Hagner and H.W. Johnson exhorted them to observe the laws. This was not to their taste and some one cried out, "Now for the clothing." At once they went to the building where the government property was stored, with intent to destroy it. They however, contented themselves (on the entreaty of some leading Democrats) with taking out some boxes of clothing, which they broke open, piled in heaps and set on fire. The largest pile, which they derisively called "Mount Vesuvius" was about ten feet high. The woolen did not readily burn, and much of it was carried off by Irish women for their family use. The loss was $3,446.28. It consisted of : 210 knit shirts, 80 pairs stockings, 30 trousers, 59 knapsacks, 400 haversacks, 389 blankets, 153 canteens and 523 blouses. The mob next proceeded to McHugh’s hotel, where they drank freely without cost. The provost-marshal’s office was then forcibly entered and furniture broken to pieces. The wheel and papers had been removed that afternoon to a place of safety, and Colonel Rose with the other officers had fled away. Another draft began September 24th 1864, the quota being 852. As much as $600 was offered for a recruit. Queens county paid for war purposes $1,275,380.82. With the exception of the Flushing battery (see history of Flushing) no military organizations were formed in Queens; but volunteers joined existing organizations in this and other States. We append a record by towns of Queens county’s volunteers, compiled from official rolls at Albany and from other sources. Besides the abbreviations which will he recognized as indicating the different ranks and arms of the service, k.is used for killed, w. for wounded, d. for died, pro. for promoted.
FLUSHING.Henry Appel, 29th N.Y. re-enlisted in 7th N.Y.; shot on picket duty April 4th ‘65. George Arnett, construction corps, General Sherman’s army. William Atchly, 15th N.Y. bat. Richard Atchly, U.S. frigate "Sabine." William Baker, 5th reg. Exce1sior brigade re-enlisted May ‘64. William E. Balkie, 34th N.Y. bat.; pro. lieut.; w. four times. Peter Bayerle, 15th N.Y. art.; 30 days. Frederick Beardsley, sergt., 133d N.Y. Peter Becker, 15th N.Y. art. John Bell, U.S. ship "Susquehanna; 1st class fireman. John Bergen, 9th N.Y.; w. in arm at Fredericksburg. Jacob Bernshierner, 15th N.Y. art.; 30 days. John C. Blane, 15th engineers. Hiram E. Bonner, 21st C.M.b.; disabled by protracted marches; August 15th ‘62. Cornelius Brett, 15th N.Y.S.M: Alonzo Brown, 145th N.Y. Anthony Brown, 15th engineers; pro. corp. and mail agent. . Robert S. Browne, 7th N.Y.S.M. Moses E. Brush, sergt. 34th N.Y. bat.; pro. lieut. Alfred Buckbee, 15th N.Y. engineers. George Buckbee, 15th N.Y. Alfred S. Buckbee, 15th N.Y.; pro. sergt. Thomas Cassidy, 79th N.Y.; missing at Gettysburg. Thomas Childs, 15th engineers. Daniel Collins, 37th N.Y.; pro. Corp. Michael Conly, N.J. William Conners, 15th N.Y.S.M.; at Fort Richmond. Edward Cortes, 47th N.Y. bat. Henry Conners, 3d N.Y. John Connor, k. at Fredericksburg, ’62. Edward Connor, 15th engineers. Daniel Cordier, 15th N.Y. art. James C. Cornell, battalion L, 2nd cav.; pro. sergt. November 15th ‘63. William Cornell, 139th N.Y.; k. at Cold Harbor, June ‘64. William Corroy, 1st lieut., 17th N.Y.; pro., quartermaster in Sherman’s army. George Dalwyck, 68th N.Y.; pro. captain. Peter Daniels. William Dark. Charles Davids; re-enlisted in May ‘64, 5th reg. Excelsior brigade. Badford Degroot; w. at Gettysburg. Andrew Deckers, 34th N.Y. bat,; w. May 12th ‘64. James L. Denton, 5th N.Y. inf., N.Y. city; transferred to 146th N.Y. May 5th ‘63. Joseph H. Denton; w. at Gettysburg and Pine Knob. Jeremiah Deonden, 2nd N.Y. W.C. Dermoody, 67th N.Y.; k. at Spottsylvania Court-house May 12th ‘64. James E. Dillon, seaman. Joseph Dickinson; w. at Williamburg. Warren Dodge, 67th N.Y. bat.; pro. corp.; transferred to 65th N.Y. bat. William Doremus, 2nd N.Y. bat. John Dougherty, 64d inf.; k. at Antietam. John Doughty, 34th N.Y. Thomas Doyl. 64th N.Y. Felix F. Doyle, 19th N.Y. Theodore Drink, 5th N.Y.; pro. sergt. John F. Egner, engineer. Jacob Ehm, 15th N.Y. art. Thomas Elliott, capt. 13th N.Y.M.; on duty at Fort Richmond. James Ellis, 15th N.Y. engineers pro. corp. John Fanning, Rhode Island. James Freley, 69th N.Y.; d. December 31st ‘62, at Alexandria, Va. Michael Feeley, 15th N.Y. S.M. William H. H. Field, 15th N.Y. engineers; d. at Alexandria September 12th ‘63. George Field, 15th engineers; general’s staff, New York city. John Fink, 15th (Queens county) art.; called out 30 days to garrison Fort Richmond, New York harbor. Charles Fisher, 3d Rhode Island; pro. sergt.; w. Rance Fitzner, 54th N.Y. inf. William Flood, 15th engineers; pro. quartermaster. William Fogarty; re-enlisted May ‘64, 5th reg. Excelsior brigade. George Oscar Fowler, 67th N.Y. bat. George H. Fowler; d. of typhoid fever January 1st ‘63, at Fredericksburg, 15th N.Y. engineers. Asa A. Fowler, sergt.; k. at Fredericksburg, December 13th ’62. Charles J. Freggang, 15th N.Y.S.M. Louis Fritz, 6th N.Y. Washington Fowler ; w. at Spottsylvania Court-house ; died June 7th ‘64. John Garoay, 29th N.J.; transferred to 74th N.Y. Alonzo Garretson, lieut., 2nd cav.; pro. 2nd lieut.; d. of disease. Chines Glaser, 15th N.Y. art.; 30 days. William Gleason, 67th N.Y.; w. at Spottsylvania Court-house. Robert Graham. John Gray, landsrnan on the "Mound City." James Grier, 74th N.Y.; pro. 10th N.Y. Michael Griffin, 25th N.Y. bat. Albert Griffin, 34th N.Y. art.; pro. 3d corp. and sergt. Jacob Habel, 15th N.Y. art. William H. Hamilton, 1st lieut., 2nd N.Y. Edwin Harris, engineer. Seth Harpell, 5th reg. Excelsior brigade; k. at Gettysburg July 2nd ‘63. Stephen Harris, 6th N.Y. art. Charles A. Harris, 34th N.Y. art. Philip Hartoung, 74th (Sickles brigade); w. in left leg. Martin Hawbeil, Sickles brigade. Charles Hawbeil,, 1st Cav. Basil H. Hayden,.55th inf., Co. A; pro. corp. John Hearry, 35th N.Y. b.; pro. orderly sergt. George Helmsley, 15th N.Y. engineers. Franklin H. Herr, 34th Cav. Charles Hicks, 9th N. Y. John Hicks, Rhode Island colored regiment. Daniel Higgins, 15th N.Y. engineers; pro. corp.. serg., 2nd and 1st. lieut. Charles Horstrnan, 133d (Metropolitan); pro. corp. George Iduntsman; d. Oscar C. Jackson, 165th N.Y.; pro. capt. in 4th U. S. colored cav. Gilford Jackson, 11th Rhode Island bat., James Jackson, Rhode. Island; discharged for sickness. Thomas Jackson, 41st U.S. James Johnson, U.S. gunboat "Naugatuck." George P. Johnson, sailor, gunboat "Naugatuck "; pro. quartermaster; on duty in the Narrows. John J. Johnson, 15th engineers; pro. 1st lieut. May 31st ‘64;later rank brevet Capt. Samuel Johnson, on ships "Adirondack" and"Louisville"; discharged as boatswain’s mate of gunboat "Sampson." Daniel S. Johnston, battalion L 2nd cav.; pro. Corp. L.S.Johnston, battalion L 2nd cav.; prisoner 16 months. William H. H. Johnston, 13th N.Y. Robert Johnston, 15th N.Y.S.M.; at Fort Richmond. David Johnston, 15th N.Y.S.M. Isaac R. Jones, 9th N.Y.; pro. corp.; taken prisoner at Gettysburg and exchanged, Cornelius Kelley, 15th. N.Y. engineers Jacob,Kerrer, signal, corps., Patrick Kiernan, 34th N.Y. bat.; pro. corp. in February ‘64. James .Kiernan, 74th N.Y.; prisoner a year. Herman Knappe, 38th N.Y.; pro. lieut. Frederick Knecht, 75th N.Y. Washington Knights, sergt. 5th reg. Excelsior brigade; k. at Gettysburg. Jeremiah Lawrence, 12th Ill. cav.; re-enlisted in engineer corps,Co. B. John A. Leek, 15th engineers; general’s staff. John Leonard, 74th N.Y. James Lewis, 6th N.Y. cav. Ebenezer 0. Lewis; w. at Williamsburg. Charles R. Lincoln, 1st lieut., 2nd heavy art. William Ludwig, 34th bat.; w. May 12th ‘64, Wilderness. George Lynch, 12th N.Y.; transferred to 5th (Duryea’s); prisoner in Richmond 4 months; reenlisted. James A. Macdonald, 37th N.Y.; Thomas McCready; k. at Williamsburg. William McGowen, landsman on the "Wabash." John Mahar, 5th regiment Sickles brigade. Augustus Malitan. Robert McPherson; reenlisted May ‘64 in the5th regiment Excelsior brigade. Patrick Maloon, 29th N.Y. Michael Manning. Edward Marks, 112th N.Y.; pro. 1st sergt.; transferred to 3d N.Y. as hospital guard. Charles R. Martin, gunboat "Lenapee," cabin boy. John Martin, W. ‘62 at Fredericksburg. Joseph R. Merritt, surgeon, in charge of U. S. ship "Enterprise." Charles Metzger, 15th N.Y. art. Charles Michel, sergt. U.S. sloop" Ossipee." Frederick Muller, 1st. Del. George R. Miller, 17th N.Y. Louis Miller, 34th N.Y. art.; pro. corp. Charles H. Miller, 34th N.Y. art.; pro. quartermaster sergt.; discharged for physical disability Feb. 25 ‘65. Wilson T. Mitchell, 3d N.J.; w. twice. John F. B. Mitchell, 1st ]ieut. 2nd N.Y. cav.; pro. capt. Charles Munson, 27th Conn. David Munson, 6th N.Y. art. Martin Nex, k. at Williamsburg. P.B. Nichols, 39th N.Y.; w. at Cold Harbor June ‘64. Peter D. Noe, 74th N.Y. Frederick W. Obernier, 46th N.Y. bat. John Omerhayser, sergt. 15th N.Y.S.M. Henry Parks, 15th N.Y. John H. Pell, 5th N.Y.; pro. capt. 4th N.Y. August Pfropfe, 15th N.Y. art.; 30 days. George Plitt, 15th N.Y. art. William Plost, 2nd N.Y. bat.; disabled by a fall. Silas Post, 15th engineers; general’s staff. Edward and John Poole, 14th Rhode Island. William Prince, 9th N.Y.; commissioned 1st lieut. in 159th Jan. 1‘64; lieut. of ordnance in General Sheridan’s corps; capt. Mar. 31 ‘65; w. twice; discharged; joined regular army Feb. ‘64; d. Dec. 18 ‘80. Christian Prireth, 15th N.Y. art.; 30 days. George H. Quarterman, Capt. 74th N.Y.; pro: major 5th reg. Excelsior brigade May 5 ’62; served twelve years in State militia; w. at Williamsburg. Harris H. Rapayice, 165th cav.; pro. asst. steward. Daniel Reinkeimer, 15th N.Y. art. Michael Reena, 74th N.Y., "Excelsior brigade." John Revels, 8th Penn. cav.; w. in right arm and hip. Philip Rober, 15th N.Y.S.M. Charles Robinson, 15th N.Y. engineers. Thomas Robinson, capt. 34th N.Y. bat. Graham Robinson, 22nd N.Y. Charles A. Roe, 67th N.Y. bat. Thomas, Roe, 61st N.Y.; drummer. Jacob Roemer, lieut. 34th N.Y. bat.; pro. capt. Dec. 2 ‘64; pro. major; w.four times. Carl Rudwick, 34th N.Y. bat. William Rudwick, 34th N.Y. bat.; pro. corp. John Russell, sergt. 12th U.S. inf.; in regular service 15 years, including Mexican war. William J. Ryerson, 34th N.Y. bat.; pro. corp.; w. William W. Sands, sergt. 61st N.Y.; w. in leg at Fredericksburg, ’62. Levi. Saumons. Patrick Savage, .w. at Fredericksburg, ’62. Jacob Schafer, 61st N.Y. Peter Schafer, 1st. N.Y. bat. Adolf Schmid, 2nd lieut. 45th N.Y.; pro. capt.; k. at Chancellorsville. Otto Schrader, sergt. 2nd N.Y. independent bat.; transferred to hospital July 23‘63. Leopold Schreiber, 15th N.Y. art.; 30 days. Charles Schroeder, 34th independent bat.; pro. capt.; died in service. Henry Schulz, 15th N.Y. art. Franklin Schulz, 79th N.Y.; k. in ‘63 at Fort Anderson. David Schulz, 71st N.Y. Wil1ington Schyler, 11th R I.., bat. John Schyler, 4th U.S. inf. John Scott, 74th N.Y.; w. John Shultz, 15th N.Y.S.M. James S. Sidney, corp. 15th N.Y.S.M.; on duty at Fort Richmond. Charles Smith, 5th reg. Excelsior brigade; w. at Wapping Heights and Gettysburg. Charles D. Smith, 5th reg. Excelsior brigade; d. September. 14 ‘63, of wounds received at Gettysburg. Joseph B. Smith, sergt., 170th N.Y.; pro. lieut. March 1 ‘64. Thomas Smith, 15th inf.; pro. capt.; drowned at Fort Richmond. George G. Smith, 11th U.S. cav.; pro. corp. heavy art. Alfred Smith, 15th engineers. George D. Smith, 2nd division 25th army corps. George P. Smith, 15th engineers. Samuel Smith, sailor on revenue cutter station. Theodore A. Smith, sailor. John Smith, 5th N.Y. heavy art. James P. Smith; k. at Williamsburg. William C. Smith, 67th N.Y.; pro. orderly sergt, and transferred to 65th N.Y.; w. at Wilderness January ‘64. John Snyder, 34th N.Y. bat. John Snyder, 26th N.Y. William H. Snyder, 74th N.Y.; w. in both thighs at Cold Harbor, June 3 ‘64., Edwin A. Snyder, 2nd Penn. reserve. Frank Somers, 63d N.Y. Louis Spanengberg, 20th N.Y. bat. Thomas C. Spilletts, sergt., 5th N.Y. art. John Stader, 15th N.Y. art. Joseph Starkings, gunner’s mate, gunboat "Sanford." Michael Straner, 15th N.Y. art.; in garrison at Fort Richmond. Henry Stebbins, 15th N.Y.S.M. William H.. Steele, sergt.; pro. 1st lieut. and capt. William J.M. Steele; injured in spine. Joseph Stillwago, lieut. 15th N.Y.M.; served at Fort Richmond. Alexander Stuter, 52nd N.Y.; d. at Salisbury, in October ‘64. William H. Terry, sergt. 40th N.Y.; k. October 7 ‘64, before Richmond. Frank Texido, 10th N.Y. city; served time and re-enlisted August ‘64. Henry Thomas, U.S. gunboat "Crusader." David Thompson. John Thornill, 5th N.Y. art.; pro. corp. Wallace Thurston, sailor. Charles W. Townsend, sergt.; k. at Port Hudson, ‘63. John Townsend, 61st; drummer boy; pro. Corp., 2nd lieut. and 1st lieut. Albert Townsend, 2nd cav.; pro. 1st lieut. Fanning C. Tucker, 7th N.Y.M.; pro. capt. I03d N.Y. Louis Tucker. William Tucker. John H. Van Wyck, colored regiment. Richard Vedders, 34th N.Y. bat. Jeremiah Vandeberg, 176th N.Y.; w. at Brashear City. La., in 1863. Thomas Wallace, 34th N.Y. bat. David B. Waters, 15th N.Y.S.M. Thomas W. Webb, 15th N.Y.S.M. Charles B. Westcott, Thomas White. Daniel Williams, 74th N.Y.; taker prisoner; w. at Spottsylvania. Charles Wilson, Corp. 158th N.Y.; w. at Gettysburg, Pa., and Pine Knob, Ga John Wirtz, 11th Conn.; pro. sergt.; re-enlisted in 3d N.Y. independent bat. Walter Wood. James Wood, 37th N.Y. bat.; pro. 3d.sergt.; w. at Wilderness, May 5 ’64. John Wren, gunner on the "Neptune." Robert C. Wright, 5th reg. Excelsior brigade; k. near Appomattox Court-house. Israel Youngs, 15th N.Y: engineers. William F. Youngs, 5th reg. Excelsior brigade, sergt.; w. at Wapping Heights. Frederick Zimmerman, sergt.. 3d N.Y. cav.; pro. 2nd. lieut.
HEMPSTEAD.Henry Abrams junior, 128th N.Y. Levi Abranis, 158th N.Y.; lost leg before Petersburg. William Abrams, 1st N.Y. Gilbert Abrams, 40th N.Y.,; k. at Fair Oaks Medadoc Alfeno, 47th N.Y. William Allum, 102nd N.Y. A.J. Bagot, 2nd art. Frank Baker. Alfred Baldwin. Jacob, Selah, Stephen and Valentine Baldwin, 119th N.Y. Moses A. Baldwin, lieut. 19thth N.Y.; k at Mill Creek Gap. Treadwell Bedell; k. at Pine Knot Ga. Abram Bennett, marine, taken prisoner and paroled on the "Pacific." E. Birdsall, 127th; w. twice in hip. George Bithmuller, 3d reg. Excelsior brigade; w. in arm at Gettysburg. George H. Bowker, flag officer, navy. Sydney Bowker, 5th N.Y. light bat. Elijah Brower, 2nd U. S. art; missing in battle before Richmond. James V. Burdett, 119thth N.Y. Halstead Burnett. Walter Byers, Siraonick. Henry Camps, color sergt., 119th N.Y.; k. at Gettysburg. Benjamin Carman, 1st N.Y. John Carman, 159th N.Y. John Carmen, 119thth N.Y., Co. H. William Carmen, 119thth N.Y. Frederick Carpenter, 98th N.Y.; re-enlisted. Segust Carpenter, 121st N.Y. Benjamin Carpenter. George Carpenter, 4th N.Y. art. Tredwell Chesser. Charles Cleck, 119thth N.Y. Edward Clowes, 2nd N.Y. cav. John Combs, 119thth. George W. Conaway, 48th N.Y. Isaac Conway, 3d reg. Excelsior brigade; w. at Gettysburg. John J. Coombs, 132nd N.Y. Michael Cooney, 2nd N.Y. Samuel Cooper, 119thth N.Y. Edward Cooper. John Cornelius, 119th N.Y.; pro. sergt. John H. Cornelius, 139th N.Y. John H. Cornell, 158th N.Y.; pro. sergt. Edward and Nicholas Cornell, 158th N.Y. Nelson Cornell, 13th N.Y. bat. Evert Cornell, ship "Tallapoosa." John Cornell, ship "Itasca." Daniel Cornwell, 119th. Samuel D. Cornwell, 10th N.Y. cav. John Cosgrove, Lincoln cav. Charles Coss. art. George Craft, 1st Maryland. A. De Mott, 116th N.Y. Benjamin Denton, 158th N.Y. Benjamin Dermott, 119th N.Y. Samuel De Witt, 119th. Joseph Dosher, 25th N.Y. cav.; pro. corn. sergt. James Darsey, 119th N.Y. Joseph Doxey, 48th N.Y.; discharged for sickness. Alexander Dunlap, navy. Moore Dunlap, 5th Ill. cav. John V. Dunn; k. in Wilderness. John Duryea, 102nd N.Y. R.C. Duryea, capt. 5th art.; k. at Fort Pickens ‘62. Tunis Dykernan, 102nd N.Y. George Elders, 2nd N.Y. cav. Theodore Eyans, Riker’s Island. Matthew Finnecane, 15th N.Y. engineers.. Herbert Fryer. John M.Gardiner, 1st N.Y. art. Jonathan Gardner, 4th N.Y. John Gilbert; w. at Brandy station, Va., June 6 ‘63. Thomas F. Gilbert, 119th N.Y. Ephriam Granger, 139th N.Y. William J. Hall, 4th N.Y. bat. John Hart. Lewis Hanshback, I5th N.Y. art. Samuel Harnard, 4th N.Y. art.; pro. corp. Henry Hedges. Joseph Hedges; d. at Atlanta July 25 ‘64. Epenetus Hendrickson; w. at Brandy Station, Va., July 6 ‘63. John Henderson, 28th N.Y. Eliphalet Hendrickson, adjt. Joseph, Peter and John Hendrickson, 158th N.Y. Daniel Hendrickson, 90th N.Y. N.J. Hewlett, 119th N.Y. George Hewlett, 119th N.Y.; pro. sergt. B,. Hewlett, 38th N.Y. Thomas Hicks, 78th, Co. B. Harmon Hicks, 119th N.Y.; k. at Nashville. William H. Hoemen, 95th Penn. Lewis Hohorst, 173d N.Y. Thomas Horan, 43d N.Y. David V. Horton, 12th N.J. Simon and Jacob Hubug, 139th N.Y. George Hubug, 54th N.Y. Peter Hubug, 69th N.Y. Franklin Hubs, 145th N.Y. C.J. Hultse, 1st art. W.E. Huitse, 158th. H. Hultse, 90th. Richard Hultz. 158th, Co. D. James M. Jackson, Philadelphia. Lewis Jackson. Lewis Jackson, 11th R.I. Dr. Edgar Jackson, d. May ‘64. Henry Jackson. Chas. Jackson, 20th U.S. Morris Jackson. Gilbert, Sands and John Jackson, 20th U.S. Andrew Jackson, 158th N.Y. Richard Jackson, 5th N.Y. John Jackson, 119th N.Y. Charles Jackson, 1st N.Y. mounted rifles. Lewis Jarvis, 14th Rhode Island. Edward Jarvis, 71st N.Y. Samuel Jarvis, 20th U. S. colored. Lorenzo Johnson, ship "Unadihla." Charles N. Johnson, 26th colored regiment. Frank Johnson, 20th regiment. C. Johnson, 119th; w. in lung. Thomas and Epenetus Johnson, 1st N.Y. mounted rifles. Edward and William F. Johnson, 139th N.Y. Abram Johnson. Samuel Jones, 165th N.Y. Albert Jones, 127th N.Y. George Keep. Barney Kelley, 119th N.Y. Edward H. Kellogg, 39th N.Y. b.; pro. 2nd lieut. James Leaman, Chris. Lemkens. 47th N.Y. Henry Lemkens, 158th N.Y. John Lemkens, 119th N.Y. Josiah Lewis, N.Y. pro. sergt. Smith Lewis, 159th N.Y. William Lockwood, 129 N.Y. L. Losee, ship "Catskill." W.H. McNiel, 13th cav.; pro. 1st lieut. John McGuire. J.T. Magee, 139th; teamster. William McConnard, 139th Cornwell McMana. James McCarty, 129th N.Y. Eugene V. Marsh, 119th N.Y.; w. at Mill Creek Gap. Abram N. Martin, navy, 2nd class fireman. James G. Martin, 4th N.Y. heavy art. V. Matthews, 158th. Augustus Matti, ship "Newbern." H. Mead, 4th art. A.W. Mead 4th art.; pro. sergt. J. R. Mead, 139th; John Miller, 9th N.J. John Miller, 20th U.S. colored. Wilson Moore, 5th reg. Excelsior brigade; w at Gettysburg. - Morrell 71St N.Y. Martin Mott, 118th N.Y. Dandridge Mott,119th N.Y.; k. at Pine Knob, June 16th ‘64. Cyrus Mott. Joseph Mott, 4th art.; captured at Ream’s Station, Aug. 19th ‘64. Richard D. Mott, 5th N.Y. George Mott, 1st N.Y. John E. Mowbray, ship ‘Ariel"; pro. corp. George W. Murray, 7th N.Y.; reenlisted Oct. 15th ‘61, 1st N.Y.M.R.; pro. 2nd. lieut. Dec. 30th ‘64.. - Murray, 71st N.Y. Joseph Myers, 87th N.Y. Charles Neebe, 40th N.Y. Charles Noon, 75th N.Y. Martin Noon. John Noon. William Noon; w. at Brandy Station, Va., June 6th ‘63. John W. Nostrand, 158th N.Y. Theodore Nostrand, 119th N.Y. Francis O’Riley, 5th art. William and John H. Pearsall, 139th N.Y. Bates Pearsall, 15th N.Y. Hallet Pearsall, 90th N.Y. Lewis Pettit, 158th, Co. D; w. in neck, Feb. 29th‘64. Alanson Pettit. William H. Pettit, 73d N.Y., Co. A. William H. Place,. 5th N.Y. heavy art.; pro. sergt. Thomas Place, 1st N.Y. mounted rifles. Joshua Place; pro. sergt. Walter Plumb; taken prisoner at Gettysburg. Mordecai Post, 28th art; pro. sergt. Martin Post, navy, on the "Santiago." Isaac J. Post, 4th N.Y. art, William R. Powell, 1st N.Y. mounted rifles; pro. Corp.; shot in abdomen in ’62. William Pray; pro. clerk of quartermaster’s department. Henry Radford, 119th N.Y.; captured at Gettysburg: confined at Belle Isle, Richmond. C.F. Raynor, 119th N.Y.; missing before Richmond. A.J. Raynor, 139th. Elijah Raynor; .d. at White House, Va., June 2nd ‘64. James B. Raynor, 4th art.; transferred to ship "Ariel;" pro. mate. William H. Raynor, 158th N.Y. Tredwell Rempser, 48th N.Y.; pro. corp. Isaac Renyon, 7th N.Y. Albert Rhodes, 95th. W. William Rhodes, 119th. John Rider, 129th N.Y. William H. Rider, 40th N.Y; k. in Wilderness, May ‘64. James Ritchie, 145th N.Y. Charles D. Robins, 102nd N.Y. Jeremiah Robins, 15th N.Y. Richard Robins, 3d N.J. cav. Jacob Robbins. Joseph Russ,. 25th N.Y. cav. George Ryerson, 127th N.Y. John Ryker, 119th N.Y. William H. Seaman, 119th; pro. 1st lieut. Davis Seaman, 139th. George Seaman, 158th N.Y.; died in service. Daniel Seaman, 119th N.Y. Thomas Settle, 139th N.Y. Henry Shaw, 158th N.Y. David Shaw. 101st N.Y. James Shaw, 158th N.Y. John Skiliskorn, 7oth N.Y.; k. at Williamsburg. Charles Smith, 139th N.Y. Josiah Smith, 4th N.Y. A.J. Smith, 1st N.Y.; transferred to 13th cav. Asa Smiih, missing before Richmond. J.H. Smith, 56th. Charles Smith, 4th art. M. Smith, corp., ship "Ariel." E.R. Smith, 158th; taken prisoner July 5 ‘63, at Newbern, N.C. W.H. Smith, 139th; d. ’62. Thomas V. Smith, Harris cav.; pro. lieut. Charles E. Smith, 2nd N.Y. cav. John H. Smith, 119th N.Y.; w. Henry Smith, 133d N.Y.; w. in foot at Spottsylvania Court-house; Chauncey Smith, 119th N.Y.; transferred to 10th Rhode Island reserve bat.; veteran. Samuel Smith, w. at Gettysburg. Gershom Smith, Co. F 75th N.Y. Moses Smith, 119th N.Y.; missing at Pine Knob, Ga. John Smith. John Southard, 64th. E.B. Southard, 119th; w. at Gettysburg, Pa., and Pine Knob, Ga. Charles Southard, 119th N.Y. John F. Speedling, 119th N.Y.; captured at Gettysburg: held at Belle Isle. Benjamin Sprague, 119th N.Y. Freeman Sprague, 7th N.Y. William Stoothoof, 67th N.Y.; discharged for wounds. Samuel Stringham, 158th N.Y. Joseph Thurston, 158th N.Y. Andrew Thurston, 40th N.Y. Elias H. Ticknor, 127th N.Y. Edmond W. Townsend, monitor "Catskill." Charles Triquot, 40th N.Y.; w. at Fair Oaks, ‘62. Theodore Tupper, 119th N.Y.; captured at Gettysburg; confined at Belle Isle. Joseph Underhill, ship " Hydrachy," executive officer. Samuel W. Valentine, 40th N.Y.; w. at Fair Oaks, ’62. John Vanderwater jr., 14th N.Y.; discharged in Mar. ‘63, having consumption. Valentine and Andrew Vanderwater, 14th N.Y. Edgar H. Vanderwater, 2nd sergt. 66th N.Y.; transferred to 159th N.Y.; pro. 2nd lieut. Edgar Verity, 56th N.Y. J. Walker, 119th. George Warren, 119th N.Y. George T. Warren, captured at Gettysburg and confined at Belle Isle. David Warren, 13th Penn. cav. Carman Watts, 61st N.Y. Elbert Watts, 158th N.Y. William S. Weeks, w. at Brandy Station, Va., July 6 ‘63. John West, 25th N.Y. Thomas H. Wheeler, 4th heavy art.; transferred to ship "Malvern" June 27th; pro. ensign. Francis White, 13th. N.Y. John White, 43d N.Y. Washington White, 119th N.Y.; w. at Pine Knob. Charles E. Williams, 145th, Co. K. Peter Williams, 19th N.Y. H. Williams, 115th cav. David Wilson, 119th N.Y. James Wilson, 119th; discharged for sickness. Charles Wilson, 119th N.Y. Willham Wright. J.H. Wright, 119th.
JAMAICA.John W. Abrams, 38th N.Y.; w. at Gettysburg, Pa., and Pine Knob, Ga. Richard Allen, 139th N.Y.; w. at Cold Harbor, May 31 ‘64. Theodore Anthony, 20th U. S. Thomas Baker, 4th art. James Barmore, 47th N.Y. Edward Bayard, 20th N.Y. bat. Edgar Bayliss, 158th N.Y.; pro. Corp.; w. in hip September 28 ‘64, at Chapin’s Farm. William Beatty, 87th N.Y., Co. E; pro. orderly sergt. Robert Beatty, 139th N.Y., Co. A ; w. in hip before Richmond. May 31 ‘64; a year in hospital at David’s Island. William Bedell, 90th N.Y. David 0. Bell, Mozart reg.; w. and captured at Fredericksburg pro. sergt. major. George R. Bennett, 90th N.Y.; pro. 2nd lieut. December 12 ‘61 ; capt. August 12 ‘62. William H. Bennett, 40th N.Y.; d. at Georgetown, April ’62. Alfred S. Buckbee, 15th N.Y. engineers; pro. sergt. in September ‘64. George M. Bennett, 2nd lieut., 40th N.Y. pro. 1st lieut. November 4 ‘61; k. at Fair Oaks. Isaac Bennett, 28th N.Y. bat.; w. in thigh in the New York riot. Jacob Bennett, 28th N.Y. Alonzo Bennett, 158th N.Y.; pro. corp. in May ‘65. William H. Bennett, 15th engineer brigade. George W. Bennett, 67th N.Y.; pro. orderly sergt.; k. at Fredericksburg, December, 10 ‘62. Samuel Bensen, 30th Conn. J.H. Berdway, 38th N.Y.; k. at Williamsburg. James Bermer, 90th N.Y. George H. Black, ship "Vermont; pro. ship’s clerk. Alfred Blacksion, ship " North Carolina." James Blacksion. John H. Blue, 1st Mass, heavy art.; pro. drum major. Alexander Bogart, 48th N.Y. James Boyd, 139th N.Y.; disabled by wound. Thomas Brady, 65th N.Y. engineers. Henry Bremer, Co. B, 57th N.Y.; had his leg broken at the battle of Ream’s station. Richard Brush, Mogart reg. William A. Buckbee, 15th N.Y. engineers; pro. corp. Patrick Buckley, U.S. ship "Nigara." J. Budway, 38th N.Y.; k. at Chancellorsville. Addy Burtis, 71st N.Y. Thomas Callahan, 27th N.Y.M. Richard M. Campbell, 90th N.Y. David M. Campbell, 15th N.Y. engineers; pro. sergt. August 5 ‘63; .2nd lieut. September 22 ‘64; 1st lieut. December 3 ‘64; quartermaster. John Caren, 42nd N.Y.; pro. 1ist sergt. February 4 ‘63. John R. Carpenter, 13th N.Y. bat.; pro. sergt. in October ‘61. E. L.Carr, ship "Ellis;" pro. marine on board the "Hunchback;" was on the "Ellis" when blown up by Lieutenant Cushing. Cornelius D. Chapman, 127th N.Y. William H. Cheiring, 41st U. S. colored. James Clary, 40th N.Y. George Coles, 41st U. S. colored. William S. Cogswell, col. by brevet; served under Sherman. George E. Cogswell, 165th N.Y.; d. April 16 ‘63. John M. Cock, William H. Coles, Sickles brigade. Daniel Combs, 158th N.Y. Andrew Conklin, 13th N.Y.S.M. Frederick Conner, 8th Conn. Patrick Cosgrove, 5th N.Y. George W. Coventry, 40th N.Y.; w. at Fair Oaks. George A. Creed, 40th N.Y. George T. Crawford, 5th Pa. cav.; k. on picket ‘63. George W. Cummings, 13th N.Y. Cav.; w. Leonard Denton, ensign. Charles A. Denton, 13th N.Y.S.M. Jacob Dormus, 65th N.Y. Peter Dornett, 15th N.Y. engineers. Bartolama Dose. Isaac Doughty, 1st mate of the "Hussar." David P. Doughty, sergt. 90th N.Y. Lewis Dubois, 5th heavy art., Brooklyn; pro. sergt. and 2nd lieut. Henry Dutcher; k. at Fredericksburg. Charles F. Dunham, 8th art. Benjamin Duryea, 169th N. Y; pro. 2nd lieut. in May ‘65. John Egan, 126th Ohio; pro. colonel’s orderly. Patrick Eagan, 47th N.Y. Thomas English, 47th N.Y.; discharged on account of disability. Alfred Finn, 46th N.Y. John Flemming, 165th N.Y. J.C. Fowler, frigate "Roanoke." William Y. and John A. Fox, 15th N.Y. William Fryer, 145th N.Y. Jacob Ginders, 15th N.Y. engineers. Abram Golder, 56th N.Y. James Gordon, 90th N.Y.; pro. corp. and sergt. John Gotinburgh, 100th N.Y. Henry E. Gotleb, capt., 40th N.Y. James Gough, 9th N.Y. Thomas Graham, bat. C.N.Y.V.; discharged for disability. Jacob Durehl Harris, 29th Conn.; discharged on account of disability. John B. Harrison, warrant officer, ship "Emma." John Hart, construction corps; slightly w. in foot. Edward Hart; k. before Richmond, May 31 ‘64. John Hatterick, 1st N.Y. cav.; w.; taken prisoner in the Wilderness. George Hawkhurst, 4th N.Y. heavy art. Edward Hays. Samuel Henderson, ship " Sciola." George Henderson, 15th N.Y. engineers. Rushmore Henderson. Abram Hendrickson, 158th N.Y. Hendrick Hendrickson, 38th N.Y. A.D.M. Hendrickson, 90th N.Y. William Wright Hendry, 5th N.Y.; w. in shoulder and neck August ‘62. Thomas G. Hendry, 165th N.Y.; quartermaster’s clerk. John Hensler, 158th N.Y. George Hertenstein, 90th N.Y. Edward Hill, 5th N.Y.; w. in head; discharged for sickness. Lewis W. Hockensten, 38th N.Y.; k. at Chancellorsville. William Hoffman, Berdan’s sharpshooters. Jacob Housworth, 57th N.Y.; discharged on account of heart disease. William Henry Hulh, 139th N.Y.; pro. corp. in April‘65. Benjamin Samuel Hurst, 90th N.Y. John Hutchinson, 158th N.Y.; Gabriel Ipsel. 5th N.Y. cav. John K. Jackson, 26th N.Y. Theodore P. Johnson, 38th N.Y. John Johnson, Duryea’s zouaves; d. September 7 ‘62 at Alexandria. Joseph Kautz, 47th N.Y.M. John Kehley, 3d U.S. inf.; pro. sergt. James A. Kilburn, 158th N.Y.; k.; color bearer and sergt. Warren M. Kipp, orderly, 17th N.Y. Oliver Kip; d. at Douglass hospital May ‘63. Henry Kraker, 46th N.Y.; pro. orderly sergt.; in twenty-one battles; w. over left eye. Patrick Larkins, 15th engineer corps. Henry E. Lester, 17th N.Y.; pro. corp. and sergt. CharlesA. Lester,. ship "Pensacola"; pro. fireman. John James Lindsay, 102nd N.Y.; w. in breast. William W. Lindsay, 102nd N.Y.; w. in thigh. Jacob H. Lewis, 15th engineer corps; pro. 1st class tinsmith. William J. Lodge, 71st N.Y.S.M. Morris Lowey, 121st N.Y. Isaac Lowey, 6th N.Y.; discharged on acct. of wd. in hand. Terrence Lyons, ship "Augusta." - McCanna, 67th N.Y.; w. at Fair Oaks. William James McGee, 98th battalion. Barney McGinnis, 11th N.Y. William G. Mangan, 1st lieut., 5th Conn.; capt., major and brevet lieut. col. Julius W. Mason, lieut. 2nd U.S. cav.; w. at Bull Run; pro. 1st lieut. 5th regular cav. February ’62 Joseph W. May, 158th N.Y.; pro. sergt., sergt. major and 2nd lieut. John Miller, 103d N.Y. Abram G. Mills, 165th N.Y.; pro. 2nd lieut. in October ‘63. Leander E. Monroe, 90th N.Y.; pro. sergt.; w. in thigh October 17 ‘64, at Cedar Creek. Charles H. Monroe, ship "Connecticut." Stephen Morning, 47th N.Y. Andrew Napier, 165th N.Y.; pro. sergt. and 1st lieut.; w. in thigh at Pleasant Hill, La., Apr. ‘64. Abraham Neal, 158th N.Y. Richard W. Neal, 158th N.Y.; pro. corp. John Neat, 38th N.Y., Harris light cav. Thomas Neat, 38th N.Y. Charles Newman, 66th N.Y. Joseph Niblo, 171st N.Y. William E. Oakey, 127th N.Y. Joseph M. Oakley, 1st lieut. 12th N.Y. Joseph H. Oaks, 15th N.Y.; k. at Pine Knob, Ga. Benjamin O’Donnell, 15th N.Y. engineers. James O’Neill, 159th N.Y. Charles A. Parks, sergt. 90th N.Y. James Paul, 38th N.Y. DeMott Pearsall, ship " Hartford." George Potter. Patrick Potterson, U.S. ship "Dunsmore." Edward T. Powell, 32nd Mass.; w. at Mine Run on picket duty May 31 ‘64. Isaac Powell, 16th N.Y. heavy art., bat. E. John W. Rapelye, 15th N.Y. engineers; d. Mar. 16 ‘64. Richard Rhodes, navy. Augustus Rich, 20th N.Y. cav. Thomas S. Rider, 40th N.Y.; pro. 2nd lieut. William J. Robinson, 56th N.Y. Abraham F. Robinson, 87th N.Y.; pro. corp. July 28 ‘63. Joseph Root, 15th N.Y. engineers. Christopher Savage, 69th N.Y.M. Diedrick Schirhorst, 132nd N.Y. Fred. Schriber, 133d N.Y. Frank Seidorif, sergt. 11th N.Y.M. James Shaw, 158th N.Y. Michael Shaw. Adolph Shoels, 5th N.Y. heavy art. Charles Smith, capt. 158th N.Y. James B. Smith, 15th N.Y. engineers. William M. Smith, 71st N.Y.; d. Feb. 3 ‘64. William Smith, lieut. 4th reg. Sickles brigade. B.C.D. Smith, 34th bat.; pro. corp. George F. Smith, ship "Roanoke;" pro. asst. engineer. Edwin V.B. Smith, ship "Whitehead;" for gallant conduct appointed acting master’s mate Oct. 19 ‘63; received a letter from Hon. Gideon Welles, secretary of the navy, transmitting a medal of honor for gallant conduct at Franklin, Va. Dominican Snideker, 13th N.Y.S.M. Albert J. Spaulding, 3d N.Y. Franklin V. Sprague, 5th N.Y. heavy art. George Starkey 158th N.Y. George C. Stoddart, 15th N.Y. engineers; pro. sergt. Bernard Swartz, 54th N.Y. John Sweeney. Robert Tew, 20th independent bat. Silas Thompson, 158th N.Y., Co. C. George E. Tilley, 15th N.Y. engineers; pro. sergt. June 18 ‘63; 2nd lieut. Dec. 17 ‘64. Sylvester Townsend, 30th Conn. J.G. Underhill, navy. Alfred Valentine, 158th N.Y. Edmund S. Valentine, 1st Wis. cav. Eugene V. Van Ness, 1st N.J. cav.; pro. orderly on staff by General Gregg. Charles N. Van Nostrand, 15th N.Y. engineers. Alfred Van Nostrand, 90th N.Y., Co. A. Barker Van Vorhees, acting master of the ship "Lackawanna;" pro. acting lieut. John Wagner, 31st N.Y. Samuel Watson, 29th Conn. Simeon Watts,158th N.Y. T.P. Watts, 38th N.Y. J.T. Watts, ship. "Sonoma." David J. Weeden, 132nd N.Y.; pro. sergt. Thomas Weeks, 2nd N.Y. Andrew Weeks. Caesar Weeks. A.J. Wilkinson, 15th N.Y. engineers; pro. sergt. June 17 ‘63; 1st lieut. Apr. 7 ‘64. Louis Williams, 38th N.Y.; captured at Bull Run and confined in Libby prison. William W. Wood, 107th N.Y.; pro. corp. Stephen Wood, Co. E 175th N.Y. William Wood, Co. A 139th N.Y. Henry O. Woodruff, 90th N. Y; pro. sergt.
NEWTOWN.John Adamson. David J. Ammermore, 15th N.Y. Samuel Baldwin 15th N.Y.; pro. staff officer. Charles Baldwin, 15th N.Y.; pro. sergt. John. Baudldin, 5th heavy art. William Barnes, w. before Petersburg June 16 ‘64. Abner Bartlett, 47th N.Y. William Bedell, k. in battle. John A. Burdet, 13th; w. in both knees at Fair Oaks. Herman Beyer, pro. hospital steward; w. in left leg. Charles E. Bisbee, 2nd Mass. Joseph Board, 65th N.Y. William E. Bragan, pro. sergt.; pro. capt. for bravery at Kelley’s Ford. Daniel F. Bragan, sergt. 9th N.Y. cav.; w. at Winchester. Townsend Bragan, 6th N.Y. Joseph Brakenbury, 73d N.Y. George W. Brown, 16th Ill.; pro. 2nd lieut. Thomas Brown, 155th N.Y. Louis Brumer, 3d light bat.; k. at Petersburg Sep. 20’ 64. John Bulander, 44th N.Y. Thomas M. Burke, w. Timothy Burns, 1st N.Y. engineers. George W. Burtis, 4th Metropolitan; k. by accident at Franklin Aug. 22‘64. William H. Butler, 47th N.Y. James Campbell, Berdan’s sharpshooters; discharged on account of disability. John Cannon, N.Y.. Thomas Carle, 51st N.Y.; pro. corp. John Carle, 10th N.Y. Washington J. Cherry, 133d N.Y.; pro. corp. Alonzo Child, 5th N.Y. art.; pro. corp. John R. Chown, 2nd asst. engineer ship "Saco." Peter Conroy, 139th N.Y.; w. at Chatham’s farm Sep. 29 ‘64, losing leg. Underhill J. Covert, 10th N.Y. bat.; pro. 2nd lieut. William R. Cummings, capt. 13th heavy art. Henry Dailey, 15th N.Y. John Day, 15th engineers. George W. Delaney, 14th. Joseph B. Denton, capt. 87th N.Y. John R. Dewitt, 71st N.Y. Benjamin Dingfield, 2nd Virginia; w. at Bull Run; d. at Georgetown, D.C., Sep. 20 ’62. John L. Dody, asst. surgeon 57th N.Y.; pro. surgeon Mar. 1 ’62. John Doherty, 62nd N.Y,; pro. sergt.; w. twice. John Donely. Henry Dorax, 2nd N.Y. heavy artillery. James and William Duffey, 15th heavy art: John Duffey, 69th heavy art.; k. at Bull Run.. Martin Duggan, 69th N.Y.; pro. sergt.; w. at Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville. John H. Evans, 127th N.Y. C.L. Everett, 2nd Conn.; pro. sergt. John Farrell, 127th N.Y. Peter J. Fay, fireman on the "General Meigs." William R. Fisher, 133d N.Y. William E. Fisher, capt. 11th N.Y. George W. Fisher, 11th N.Y.; pro. sergt and lieut. Thomas J. Fisher, 11th N.Y.; pro. sergt. Michael Foley. Daniel Folk, corp. 3d N.Y. art.; pro. lieut. Daniel Frawley, 15th engineers. William Frawley, 145th N.Y.; w. and d. June 4 ‘63. Frederick Freman, 68th N.Y. John Gaffney, 51st N.Y.; w. in neck in the Wilderness. John Gardiner, 40th N.Y.; prisoner 11 days. Daniel A. Garrett, 15th engineers. Henry Gerby, 39th N.Y.; w. in arm at the second battle of Fredericksburg. Thomas Gillispie. George Goswell, 3d col. Joseph Gough, 87th. John H. Gower, 133d N.Y. James Grant, 66th N.Y. John M. Groves, 103d N.Y. James H. Hallett, ship "Hartford." John Hampson, Hawkins Zouaves. William V. Hannan, 5th heavy art.; quartermaster’s clerk. Henry Hanson, 2nd mate of the "Northern Light." Philip Harty, ship "Primrose." William Hawkhirll 124th N.Y.; k. May 3 ‘63. Philip Heine, 7th N.Y. Robert Henry, 13th N.Y.; pro. corp. William Hill 173d N.Y.; pro. corp. Samuel Holdworth, 15 engineers. John H. Holman; discharged for disability. William H. Howe, 15th N.Y. engineers; pro. sergt. William Hunter 1st N.Y. Andrew Jackson, 30th Ill.; w. at Fredericksburg. Charles Jackson, 13th heavy art; discharged for disability; re-enlisted in Sickles brigade., John Jenkins, 15th N.Y. James Johnson, 127th N.Y. Samuel Katon. Thomas Kearney, 138th N.Y. David Keeze, 15th N.Y. Matthew Kennedy, 51st N.Y. Alexander Kenny, 16th. Calvin B. King, 127th N.Y. Earnest Klein, 39th N.Y.; pro. sergt. Christian Kirabler, 145th N.Y. George Kniffin. Samuel F. Knight, 15th N.Y.; w. in arms. Frank Kraps, 54th N.Y. Edward Lehmone, 147th Penn.; discharged for physical disability. Charles H. Lewis, 15th N.Y.; pro. capt. Gotfried Link, Co. F, 2nd N.H. bat. John Low, 139th N.Y. Hans Lukens, 4th; pro. color sergt. Louis Lukens, 58th N.Y. Robert J. Marks, 8th Pa. cav.; d. of wounds February 5 ’64. Alexander Maloney, lieut.; pro. capt. Patrick McCardle; ship "Union." Thomas McCormick, 99th N.Y. James McCormick, 10th Tenn. James McGrady, 86th N.Y. Thomas McGuire, ship "Seminole." James McHighley, 158th N.Y. James McKenna, 15th engineers. John S. McKinley, 1st N.Y. col. Michael McKenny, ship "Florida." John McWilliams, 1st N.Y. cav. Jeremiah Manahan, 67th N.Y. Emory Marsh, commissary sergt., 4th N.Y. cav.; pro. 1st lieut. Frederick Masser, 45th N.Y. William H. Mead, 138th N.Y. Daniel Merrell, 3d Pa. Frederick Miller, 4th N.Y. Reuben Munson, 180th N.Y. Frederick Munez, 59th N.Y. Thomas Murray junior, 13th Penn. cav.; pro. orderly sergt. Thomas Newport, 66th N.Y. Joseph D. Newton, 2nd assistant engineer, ship "Glaucus." Thomas Parsons, 5th N.Y. cav.; pro. sergt. Daniel Z. Payntar, 1st reg. Berdan’s; shot before Yorktown April 7 ‘62. John D. Pettit, 6th heavy art.; pro. sergt. John Phelan, 73d N.Y. George Phillips, 47th N.Y. Joseph Podmore, 2nd Ill. John Podmore, 79th N.Y. John Powrie, 15th N.Y. Anthony Quiss, 15th N.Y. James Randell, 158th N.Y. Rudolph Ray, 102nd N.Y. John B. Ray. Daniel Reed, 1st N.Y. art. Edward Regney, 25th N.Y. William Rhoades, William Rhoades junior, 15th N.Y. John R. Rhoades, 15th N.Y. Samuel H. Rich, 1st mate of the "Northern Light." A. Robertson, 81st N.Y. Samuel Roden, 15th N.Y. Louis Rodiger, 38th N.Y. Alanson Ross, corp.; pro. sergt. William Ross, 3d Conn.; severely w in left leg. William Scott. Frederick Seinka, 20th N.Y. William Seiniker, 127th N.Y. Augustus Severin, 36th N.Y. Albert Shears, ship "Sabine." Samuel E. Shonnard, 1st Long Island; supposed to have died at Salisbury prison. George W. Slater, 176th N.Y. Patrick Smith, 88th N.Y. John S. Smith, zouaves; k. at Bull Run. Jesse H. Smith, 136th N.Y.; pro. sergt. William H. Smith, 173d N.Y. George Smith, 1st N.Y. cav.; shot in left leg. Stephen Spratt, 123d N.Y. Alexander Spratt, 150th N.Y. David Steer, ship "Pawnee." Phelan Steer, ship "Tallapoosa." Frank Sullivan, 52nd N.Y. Allison Sutton, 4th Metropolitan; pro. corp. taken prisoner. Henry S. Thompkins; w. in front of Petersburg. Thompson Thompson, 1st N.Y. cav.; pro. sergt. William Thompson, 66th N.Y. Manuel A.W. Townsend, ship "Buckthorn." John Tuston, regulars. Joseph Uhlicren, 69th N.Y. Joseph I. Van Alst, 158th N.Y. William Voysey, 51st N.Y.; pro. corp. W. Warren. Isaac P. Weaver, I 73d N.Y.; pro. corp. Oscar J. Wells, 1st fire zouaves. James P. Wells, 24th cav. George Wheeler; w. in Wilderness. William Wheeler; w. in Wilderness. Martin Willis; captured at Williamsburg May 5 ‘62. Adoiphus White, 9th N.Y.; w. in the arm at South Mills. Henry White, chief engineer, ship "Ella." Robert T. Wild junior, ship "Seneca." William Willis, surveyor. Martin Willis, capt. 74th N.Y.; pro. brevet major. Benjamin Woodbury, 15th N.Y. Edward C. Wright, 21st N.Y.; w. in the second battle of Fredericksburg, with loss of right leg. Doctor George J. Wright, physician, ship "Galena."
NORTH HEMPSTEAD.Julius Anderson, "North Carolina." Charles W. Baxter, 5th N.Y. Thomas Birchell, 145th N.Y.; pro. corp. Alexander Bond, 119th N.Y. James Brennan, 8th N.J. David Brook; k. in the Shenandoah Valley Feb. ‘64. Thomas Burton, 15th N.Y.; pro. sergt. John Burton; d.of wounds received at Chancellorsville; pro. lieut. Henry Campbell, civil engineers. Theodore Coles, assistant quartermaster. John Collan, 158th N.Y. John Coller, 32nd N.Y. Alfred Copley; k. at Bull Run. Richard Coller. William Corry, lieut. John Crampton, 5th art. Robert Crawford, 145th N.Y. Andrew. Crooker, 5th N.V. Jeremiah Davis, Harris cav.; taken prisoner and exchanged. John L. De Witt, pro. teamster; d. July 21 ‘64. John H. De Mott. Daniel De Witt, 5th N.Y. Edward Dickerson, Harris cav.; pro. sergt. Samuel Dodge, 133d N.Y.; pro. corp. Frank Doremus, 34th N.Y. art. John Dougherty, 107th N.Y.; k.at Atlanta Aug. 5 ‘64. Obadiah Downing, lieut. Harris cav..; pro. capt.; captured in a raid by Sheridan; confined in Libby prison. John Dudley, 40th N.Y. Charles Edwards, 20th N.Y. James H. Fox, 17th N.Y. Joseph Francis; k. at Sharpsburg. William H. Gibson, 37th Ohio. William H. Grady, 5th art. Thomas Grady. James H. Hall, "North Carolina." Alfred Hall, 5th N.Y. . Henry A. Harris, 5th N.Y. William H. Hayden, 34th bat. Alfred A. Hayden, 34th bat. James O. Hearne; k. at Spottsylvania. William Hendrickson, 15t h N.Y.; pro. sergt. Elbert M. Hendrickson; d. of wounds received Sept. 26 ‘63; Harris cav.. William Hewlett, 5th. John Hewlett, 5th. Abram Hutchings, sergt. 119th N.Y. Jacob H. Johnson, Harris cav.. Dick Jones, 31st N.Y. Jackson Jones, R. I. George W. Kiersted, sergt., 145th N.Y. James Legan, 5th art. Jordan Lewis jr, 1st Pa. George H. Lewis, 26th N.Y. Henry B. Mcllvaine, 1st lieut. 5th N.Y. art.; pro. major; lieut. cal. Daniel McLaughlin, 145th N.Y. John Mackey, 5th N.Y. heavy art. James Mahar, 2nd N.J. cav.. Denis Maloney, 176th N.Y.; pro. commissary sergt. Willet Miller, 15th N.Y. engineers; pro. sergt; d. May 31‘65. Elbert Miller, N.Y. engineers. George Mothersole, 15th N.Y. Edward B. Mott, 5th N.Y. art; Michael Nolan, 145th N.Y.; pro. corp. Frederick Nolan, 145th N.Y. Alfred Noon, 119th N.Y. Benjamin Nostrand, 5th art. - O’Hearn; k. near Spottsylvania. Joseph Onderdonk, 59th N.Y.; d. Sept. 17 ‘64. William Paine, 26th U. S. colored. James Perry, 5th reg. Excelsior brigade; w. at Gettysburg. William Provost, 159th N.Y.; pro. major. Henry Radcliffe, 25th N.Y. art. Augustus Rolly. Charles S. Ruland, 13th N.Y cav..; pro. teamster. William H. Seaman, 5th Excelsior brigade; w. at Gettysburg. John K. Seaman. John Shaw, 2nd N.Y. cav.. Silas Shaw, Harris cav.. William K. Smith, N.Y. engineers Daniel Smith. 5th N.Y. Thomas Smith, Harris cav.. Townsend Smith, N.Y. engineers. Stephen Smith, 5th N.Y. William Sobey, 5th art. Andrew Speedling, 119th; discharged on account of ill health. William H. Speedling, 119th N.Y.; pro. corp. Henry Sticklin, 158th N.Y. Robert Stuart, lieut. 2nd N.Y. cav.; drowned July 30 ‘63. Jordon Stuyvestant, 5th N.Y. James Silbey, 119th N.Y. John W. Tyson, 74th N.Y. John Tyson, 5th reg. Excelsior brigade; w. at Gettysburg. Elbert Van Wielan, 139th N.Y.; pro. corp.. and sergt. Jacob Van Wielan, 16th N.Y.; engineers John Van Wielan, 2nd N.Y. P.A. and John Verity, 15th N.Y.; pro. sergts. Walter D. Verity, 5th art. James Verity, 5th N.Y. William Walker, 145th N.Y. William Wellington, 34th N.Y. bat. Thomas Whitmore; d. of wounds received at Fredericksburg, ‘63. Benjamin Willis, capt., 119th N.Y.; pro major and col. William H. Wood, 2nd N.Y. cav.; pro. sergt.; prisoner 14 months. Samuel Wood; d. in Wilson’s raid. Aaron R. Wood, 14th Rhode Island. William Wooden, 26th U. S. colored.
OYSTER BAY.George A. Appleford, 4th N.Y. art. Joseph Appleford, 2nd N.Y. cav.. Willington Appleford, 16th N.Y.; w. in hand. - Armstrong, Harris cavalry; adjutant of recruits. Joseph Atkins, 159th N.Y.; discharged for disability. Edwin Bailey, 5th N.Y. heavy art. Edward Bailey, 15th N.Y. heavy art. James Baker. 2nd N.Y. cav. William Baker, 17th N.Y., Co. B. Henry Baker, 2nd N.Y. cav. David Baldwin, 122nd N.Y. Silas Bendar, 159th N.Y. Edward Bennett, 2nd N.Y. cav. William L.M. Berger, 1st N.Y.; pro. assistant adjt. gen. John Birdsall, capt., 13th N.Y. cav.; pro. major. Jefferson Braunch, 159th N.Y.; pro. lieut. Charles Broomley, 2nd N.Y. cav.; lost toes of .both feet. James H. Brower, 2nd N.J. cav.. Josiah C. Brownell, Harris light cav. (2nd N. Y:); captured in a raid by Sheridan. James W. Burtis, col., 5th reg. Sickles brigade; w. at Fair Oaks, ’62. Edward Burton, 2nd N.Y. John W. Campbell jr., 2nd N.Y. (Harris light cav.); pro. 2nd lieut. John Casey, 47th N.Y. inf. John Chester. John Coats. George W. Cock, 5th Conn. Alfred Cock, 2nd N.Y. cav. Butler Coles, 22nd N.Y.; pro. 2nd lieut. Alexander Conklin, 26th N.Y. Edward Cooper, 2nd N. Y Co. A. Joseph J. Craft. Philip Darley, 107th N.Y. John Davis jr., 12th N.Y.; pro. sergt. Toothill Dayton. Isaac Devoe, 2nd N.Y. cav.; captured at the Rapidan, June ‘63; paroled February ‘64. Benjamin Dickerson, 12th N.Y. George Dickerson, 2nd N.Y. cav. Stephen Dodge, 119th N.Y. Patrick Donalson, 5th N.Y. art. Joseph Donaly, 165th N.Y. (2nd zouaves). Henry Dougherty, 14th regulars. Daniel L. Downing; k. at Brandy Station, Va., June 6 ‘63. Benjamin Dumire, 15th heavy art. Charles Dumire, 3d N.Y. George Duryea, lieut., 5th (Duryea’s) zouaves; pro. lieut. col.; w. at Chickshinny. Henry Duryea, 2nd N.Y. (Harris light) cav.; paroled from Libby prison February ‘64. Edwin Earl, Duryea’s zouaves; pro. to quartermaster’s department. Michael Fayah, " Hartford." Henry Fisher, 18th N.Y., Co. D. John Flinksman. Pearsall P. Forkey, 1st N.Y. cav.; pro. sergt. George W. Francis. Jacob Kittle Garribadi; pro. capt. George Germain, 3d assistant engineer; ship "Vanderbilt." Joseph Gibbons, 2nd N.Y. (Harris light) cav. James Golden, 20th N.Y. bat. Ephraim Golden, 2nd N.Y. cav. William Gramer, sergt., Harris light cav. Uriah Hall, 5th N.Y. heavy art.; discharged for disability Feb. 1 ’65. Henry Hall. George W. Hall, 20th N.Y. colored inf.; discharged for disability. John P. Hall. John Hall, 95th N.Y. inf.; w. in foot. James Harris, 10th N. V: cav. James Harrold, 2nd N.Y. cav.; w. in left arm Feb. ‘64. John Harper, 20th colored, Co. H. Sherman Hartt, 159th N.Y. William Hawthorn, 2nd cav. John Healey, 13th engineer corps. Rutgers Hegeman, 114th bat.; pro. corp.; w. with a poisoned ball. Andrew Hegeman, 107th N.Y. Elbert Hegenian, 13th N.Y. cav.; pro. lieut. and capt.; taken prisoner ‘64. Harris Heggler, 127th N.Y. Charles Heleuss, 127th N.Y.; lost right arm. L. Hendrickson, 145th N.Y. David Hendrickson, monitor. David Hert, pro. master’s mate. Charles Hecks, Berdan’s sharpshooters, Co. 11. George Hill, 51st rifles. Henry Hoogland, 2nd N.Y. cav. Timothy Jackson, 20th N.Y. colored inf. James Jay. Leonard W. Jerome, 26th N.Y. cav. Lewis Johnson, 159th N.Y. Joseph Johnson, 2nd N.Y. cav. Charles Johnson, ship "Cyane." John B. Johnson, 5th Conn. inf.; pro. corp. Collin J. Johnson, 2nd N.Y. cav. William P. Kay, 3d asst. engineer. William Lattan, Berdans, sharpshooters; pro. corp. Jordan Layton, 2nd N.Y. cav.; pro. quartermaster’s clerk. James Luke, 95th N.Y. Nelson McGregor, 127th N.Y. John McGregor, 127th N.Y. William McKee. John P. Mackey, 2nd N.Y. cav.; discharged for disability. Clarence Malier, 26th colored. Francis B. Mallaby ship "Vanderbilt." Jacob L. Mayber, 2nd N.Y. cav. Wait Michell, 41st N.Y. John Henry Miller, paroled from Libby prison Feb. ‘64. Townsend C. Miller. Peter and Frost Miller. Andrew Mingo. Morgan Murphy, 102nd N.Y.; discharged for disability. James N. Nash, 6th N.Y. heavy art. David Potter, ship "Minnesota;" pro. steward. Cornelius Powell, 5th N.Y. art. Andrew Powell,145th N.Y.; pro. corp. William H. Prentiss, 4th N.Y.; discharged for disability in Mar. ’65. James R. Remsen, 2nd N.Y. cav. Ferris Renade,.5th N.Y. heavy art; discharged on account of disability. James Roach, navy. John Roach, 13th N.Y. cav. Henry Sammis, 2nd N.Y. cav. Charles Schmidt, 10th N.Y. cav. Stephen Seaman jr., 2nd N.Y. cav. Edward S. Seaman, 2nd N.Y. cav. Thomas Sheridan, ship "Cayuga." David Shotwell, 121st N.Y.; w. inleft leg. William J. Siebout, 2nd N.Y. cav. James Silbey, 5th N.Y.. heavy art. Matthew Siper, 117th N.Y., Co. G. David Smith, 2nd U. S. colored inf. Treadwell Smith, 26th N.Y. John Smith, 2nd N.Y. cav. Charles Somers, w. at Gettysburg. Henry Speek, 103d N.Y. Henry Springer. 2nd N.Y. cav. Dr. William W. Strew, resigned in Oct.‘63. John Taylor, 2nd N.Y. cav.; pro. 1st sergt. Thomas Thompson, 2nd N.Y. cav. John Thornton, 2nd N.Y. cav. Thomas Thursson, 6th N.Y. heavy art, Charles Tilby. Patrick Tolmey, 31st N.Y. John W. Turner, 90th N.Y. Augustus Tyrrel, 2nd N.Y. cav. D.J. Underhill. Edward Valentine, monitor. Napoleon Valentine, 1st N.Y. cav.; 1st sergt. James Vernon jr., Harris cav.; k. at Brandy Station June 9 ‘63. John Vinney, 5th N.Y. Alfred S. Walters, 10th N.Y.; d. Jan. 28 ‘64. John Wanser, 2nd N.Y., Co. B. John Webster, ship "Keystone State." Isaac Weeks, 11th heavy art.; pro: corp. Samuel M. Weeks, lieut. Harris cav. William Weeks, 132nd N.Y. inf. Washington Weeks, 1st N.J. cav. James Westerville, 2nd N.Y. cav. Edwin R. Whitney. 2nd N.Y. cav. Abram Wicklin, 158th.N.Y. Clinton Williams. Andrew Wilson, 2nd N.Y. cav.
OTHERS.Benjamin Areson; w. before Richmond May 31 ‘64. James A. Betts, 6th Conn.; captured at Winchester and confined in Salisbury prison. W.H. Clark; captured aboard the " Morning Light," Sabine Pass, July ‘64, and held 26 months at Camp Ford, Texas.. Nathaniel Coles, 13th N.Y. av. W. J. Conn, 6th Mass.; d. at Washington August 9 ‘64.. Asahel Cox; w. June 19 ‘64, before Petersburg. Skiliman Cornwell; w. before Richmond, ‘64. Horatio Dalton; re-enlisted March ‘64 in 98th N.Y. John Dodge; w. at Aldie, Va. Henry Dutcher. Zebulon B. Flowers, 59th N.Y.; d. of wounds received at Bayou Teche April 14 ‘63. St. M. Fosdick; captured March 30 ‘63. William Goodman, 5th reg., Excelsior brigade; w. at Gettysburg. William Goodwin; w. at Wapping Heights and d. S. Heasly; w. before Petersburg. Thomas W. Howard, 9th N.Y.; pro. lieut.; w. at Gettysburg. John Kershaw; w. at Spottsylvania. Charles Lerdwig; w. June 19 ‘64, before Petersburg. W. Markiand; w. before Petersburg June 19 ‘64. Edward McCoy, 5th reg. Excelsior brigade; w. at Gettysburg. Michael McDonald, 119th N.Y.; w. at Mill Creek Gap, Ga. Conrad Mayer; w. before Petersburg June 19 ‘64. Absalom Mead; missing before Richmond June ‘64. Thomas B. Mott, Corp., 119th N.Y.; w. in both legs at Gettysburg. Frank Palfrey; w. in the Wilderness, ‘64. S. Parr; w. in the Wilderness, ‘64. Philip Range, 119th N.Y.; w. at Mill Creek Gap, Ga. Charles E. Roseville; severely w. at Gettysburg. George W. Rudyard, sergt., 119th; k. June 5 ‘64. John Sawyer; k. at Pine Knob, Ga. Wright Schenck; w. at Pine Knob. Benjamin Seaman; w. September ‘64. Stratton V. Smith, 39th Mass.; captured August 19 ‘64; d. November 16 ‘64. at Salisbury prison. Charles Shruder, 119th; w. at Mill Creek Gap, Ga. Charles Stubbs; k. September ‘64. O.J. Townsend, capt., Harris cav.; taken near Richmond, ‘64. Erastus Webster; k. at Pine Knob, Ga. David Wilson; w. at Gettysburg. Alfred M. Wood, col. 14th N.Y.S.M. w. and captured at Bull Run. Joseph Wright; w. at Pine Knob, Ga. C. Wright; re-enlisted in March ‘64 in 89th N.Y.
DIED IN THE SERVICE.
FLUSHING.Henry Apple, corp. 1st N.Y.; pro. sergt.; shot on picket duty. Burton Belansee, surgeon U.S.A.; died at his post of yellow fever at Morehead City, ‘64. - Biskie. John W. Byrd, 9th N.Y.; d. at Washington Oct. 20 ‘61. James Byrns, 74th N.Y.; d. Dec. 29 ‘64, in Flushing. John Carroll, 61st N.Y.; d. in Oct. ‘63 at Suffolk Hospital. Thomas Conner, 61st N.Y. Benjamin Covert, 2nd N.Y. art.; d. Nov. 26 ’62 at Falmouth. William J. Cown, d. Aug. 8 ‘64, at Arlington Hospital. William N. Daniels, 2nd lieut. 53d N.Y.; pro. 1st lieut.; w. at Spottsylvania May 12 ‘64; d. at Washington June 13 ‘64. William C. Domidey, 67th N.Y.; pro. 1st lieut. and capt.; k. at Spottsylvania. John Dougherty, sergt. 63d; d. of wounds received at Antietam. James E. Eldred, 74th N.Y.; d. Aug. 4 ‘64 in Georgia. Charles Erling, 11th Mass. John Feeley, 69th N.Y. bat.; d. at Washington Dec. 2 ’62. Joseph Fobiskie, 131st N.Y.; d.at New Orleans Aug. 15 ‘63. George H. Fowle, 15th engineers; d. at Falmouth Jan.‘63. Asa A. Fowler, sergt. 61st N.Y. bat.; k. at Fredericksburg Dec. ‘3 ’62. George W. Fowler, 67th N.Y. bat.; pro. corp.; d. May 6 ‘64, at Alexandria. Thomas M. Grady, Sickles brigade; d. at Fredericksburg May ‘63. Seth Harpell, 74th N.Y.; d. at Gettysburg July 2 ‘63. Benjamin Harpell, 158th N.Y.; pro. corp. and sergt.; k. in front of Richmond Oct. 2 ‘64. John Wesley Hirsman, 2nd Rhode Island; d. of camp fever at New Orleans Aug. 1‘64. George W. Huntsman, 5th N.Y.; pro. corp.; d. at Alexandria Sept. 4 ‘62. Patrick Hurley, navy; d. of consumption at Marine Hospital Nov. 15 ‘63. Thomas H. Jenkins, navy; d. Feb. 5 ‘65.at Brooklyn Hospital. Robert Karz, 58th bat.; d. in Sept. ‘62 near Winchester. Washington C. Knight, 74th; pro. sergt.; k. at Gettysburg July 2 ‘63. Philip Maher. John Mara, 99th N.Y.; pro. corp.; died at Richmond Feb. 28 ‘64. Martin Moore, 5th N.Y.; d. of starvation at Andersonville in Mar. ‘64. Edward L. Murray, 69th N.Y.; d. of camp fever and starvation at Salisbury prison Dec. 11 ‘64. Henry Neimer, 4th N.Y.; d. Feb. 8 ‘64 at Alexandria. Martin Nix, 74th N.Y.; d. May 5 ‘62 at Williamsburg. Samuel C. Portner, shot at New Orleans. Joseph Rierstead, 2nd N.Y.; pro. Corp.; d. Dec. 13 ‘62 at Falmouth Charles D. Rossiter, 1st lieut. 33d N.Y.; w. in the last battle at Fredericksburg; d. in May ‘63. David Shultz, 78th N.Y.; k. at Fort Sanderson Nov. 29 ‘63. Charles D. Smith, 74th N.Y.; w. July 2 ‘63 at Gettysburg; d. Sept. 14 ‘63 at Flushing. George A. Steele, 22nd Mass.; k. at Cold Harbor June 3 ‘64. Jergen Steenberg, 34th N.Y. bat.; d. in ‘63. John Stonebanks, 15th N.Y.S.M.; d. at Fort Richmond July ‘64. George Vix, 29th N.Y.; k. at the second battle of Bull Run, ’62. Lorenzo D. Wood, 67th N.Y.; pro. corp.; d. Aug. 15 ‘63. John Worth, sergt. 34th bat.; d. at Alexandria, Va., in ‘62. Adam Worth. Robert C. Wright, 74th N.Y.; d. April 7 ’65, near Richmond. Valentine C. Yeric, 58th. bat.; d. in Aug.‘62 at Sperryville.
HEMPSTEAD.William Ackley, 139th N.Y.; September 29 ‘64, at Chapin’s Farm. Daniel Andrews, 102nd N.Y.; at Atlanta, September 26 ‘64. Treadwell Bedell, 19th N.Y.; June 16 ‘64, at Brooklyn navy yard. Smith Carman, 78th N.Y. George Carman, 158th N.Y. Sylvester Carmen, 5th heavy art.; July 1 ‘64, at Petersburg, Va. Walter W. Carpenter, 119th N.Y.; k. at Gettysburg, July ‘63. Michael Conner, 19th N.Y.; at Georgetown hospital. Thomas Cornell, 1st N.Y.; December 31 ‘61. Joseph Doxey, 119th; in ‘64, at Petersburg. John V. Dunn, May 31 ‘64, at Hanover Court-house, Va. Jeremiah Fryer, 5th N.Y.; in’62, at Marietta, Ga. William S. Golden, 4th art.; May 19 ‘63, in Virginia. Joseph Hedges, July 25 ‘64, at Atlanta. Elbert M. Hendrickson; September 26 ‘63, at Whitesford, Va. Harman Hicks, 119th N.Y.; at Nashville, Tenn., June 22 ’65. Samuel B. Hicks. Thomas Holmes; February 27 ‘63. Newbury Jackson, 20th colored; June ‘64, in Louisiana. Alanson Jackson, 11th R.I.; ‘64, at Yorktown, Pa. William Johnson, 20th colored; July ‘64. B.F. Lasea, 139th N.Y.; September 27 ‘64, at Bermuda Hundred, Va. William H. Lloyd, 126th N.Y. at Harper’s Ferry, Va. Peter McMana, 90th N.Y.; in ‘63, at Gettysburg. Samuel Mathews, 56th N.Y.; September 20 ‘64, at Beaufort, S.C. W.R. Mead, 4th art.; May 19 ‘64, at Spottsylvania. Joseph Mott, 6th art.; October 13 ‘64, at Salisbury. Cantridge D.P. Mott, 119th N.Y.; June 16 ‘64, at Pine Mountain. William Noon, Harris light cav. William F. Painter, 1st Conn. cav.; of typhoid fever, September 2 ‘64, at Hempstead. Benjamin B. Phillips, sergt., 4th M.R.; September 20 ‘64, at Andersonville. John H. Pray; February 3 ‘64, at Peekskill, N.Y. E.R. Raynor, 139th N.Y.; June 10 ‘64, at White House. Henry Roach, 1st N.Y.; December 13 ‘62. Charles E. Roswell, 119th N.Y.; July 3 ’63, at Gettysburg. Isaac Smawlin, 131st N.Y.; November 9 ‘63, at Baton Rouge. William H. Smith, 139th N.Y.; October 14 ’62, at White House. Asa Smith, 4th art.; June 25 ‘64 at Petersburg. Vandewier Smith, 139th N.Y.; k. on picket at Bermuda Hundred, Va., June 2 ‘62 Samuel Smith, navy; September 27 ‘64, at Key West. John Sowen, 119th N.Y. Frank Stillwell, 67th N.Y. William Storry, 1st N.Y. M. Daniel Van Wicklen, 158th N.Y.; May 22 ‘65, at Point of Rocks, Va. George Wells, 1st L.C.; May 27 ‘64, at Petersburg, Va.
JAMAICA.John Almac, 5th N.Y. John Asaph, 87th N.Y.; Feb. 8 ‘62, at Washington. Jacob D. Bennett, 40th N.Y.; pro. sergt.; k. May 5 ‘64, in Wilderness. Richard Brush jr., orderly sergt, 48th N.Y.; June 1 ‘64, at Jamaica. James Clemington, 2nd N.Y. cav.; Oct. 10 ‘63, at hospital in Virginia. George E. Cogswell, sergt. 165th N.Y.; April 16 ‘63, at Camp Parapet, New Orleans. William A. Collins, 61st N.Y. pro. capt.; k. May 5 ‘64, at the Wilderness. George T. Crawford, pro. corp. 5th N.Y.; July 21 ‘63, at Front Royal. Elias Dewitt, 31st Conn; Aug. ‘64, at Petersburg, Va. Alex. S. Fosdick, 165th N.Y.; pro. sergt.; d. July 1 ‘63, at New York. Stephen Fosdick, 158th N.Y.; Oct. 14 ‘64, at New Orleans. Benjamin Frederick, 158th. N.Y.; at Norfolk, Va. Patrick Hoey, 102nd N.Y.; July 19 ’62, at Jamaica. John Johnson, 5th N.Y.; Sept. 7 ’62, at Alexandria, Va. James A. Kilbourn, 158th N.Y.; pro. corp. and color bearer; died April 2nd ’65, at Petersburg, Va. Felix McAleary, 69th N.Y.; k. at Chancellorsville. John McCann, 90th N.Y.; pro. corp. and orderly sergt.; k. in the 2nd battle of Bull Run. Alexander McCremi, 6th N.Y. cav.; died on the field June 3 ‘64, at Jones Bridge, near Richmond, Va. Benjamin Meeker, 109th N.Y.; Dec. 17 ‘64, at Petersburg, Va. Nathaniel Nostrand, 158th N.Y.; April 28 ’65, at Newbern, N.C. John H. Oake, 158th N.Y.; pro. sergt.; died July 15 ‘64, at City Point. William Parmage, Wilson’s zouaves;pro. sergt.; died at San Rosa Island. John Penoa. Thaddeus Potter, 165th N.Y.;Dec. 23d ‘63, at Washington, D.C., of typhoid fever. Charles Snell, 39 9th N.Y.; died Oct. 5th ‘64, of hard treatment while a prisoner at Charleston, S.C. George Valentine, 1st Wis. cav.; Aug. ‘64, at Jamaica. Pierre V. Van Ness, 67th N.Y.; pro. lieut. Dec. 27’ 62; died Dec. 29 ’62, at Falmouth, Va. George L. Van Wicklin, 99th N.Y.; Oct. 5 ’62, at Key West. Edward W. Walton, 119th N.Y.; Feb. 16 ‘63, at City Point, Va.
NEWTOWN.William H. Bedell, 147th N.Y. Louis Brummer, 5th bat.; k. at. Petersburg,September 3, 64. Thomas M. Burke, 16th N.Y. heavy art.; at Baltimore, March 14 ‘65. George W. Burtiss, 4th Metropolitan. John Duffey; k. at Bull Run. Michael Fose. William Frawley, 145th N.Y. Michael Garrwick. William Hawkhurst, 124th N.Y. John S. Vitty; at Bull Run.
NORTH HEMPSTEAD.John C. Pollite, 44th Mass.; at Roslyn, L. I., in ‘61. Charles Wanson, 118th N.Y.; pro. corp.; d. in ‘62, in Virginia. Erastus Webster, 119th N.Y.; pro. orderly; d. in ‘64, in Georgia. Lanson E. Wicks, 14th R.I.; at New Orleans, July 11 ‘64.
OYSTER BAY.Samuel Althouse, 20th N.Y. colored; at Riker’s Island, February 16 ‘64. Henry Althouse, 20th N.Y. colored. Thomas Appleford, 2nd N.Y. cav.; December ‘64, at Harper’s Ferry. Charles Baker, corp. 4th N.Y.; February 20 ‘64, at Baltimore. Alfred Barlon, 2nd N.Y. cav.; August 9 ‘63. Thomas Bolton, 90th N.Y. Van R. Brush, 102nd N.Y. Augustus Bullman; July ’62. John Burton,orderly sergt., 40th N.Y.; June 4 ‘61. James Butler; d. while a prisoner at Andersonville, of starvation. Charles Coleman, 20th zouaves. John Dempsey, 2nd N.Y. cav.; February ‘65. Levi Devoe, 5th N.Y. art.; July 4 ‘64, at Harper’s Ferry. William Dodge, 2nd N.Y. cav.; September 13 ‘64, at Chattanooga. Daniel Dourney, 2nd N.Y. cav.; June 17 ‘63, at Aldie, Va. Benjamin Hall, Sickles brigade; September 1 ’62. John Hall, 2nd N.Y. cav.; at Harper’s Ferry. James Henry, 33d Mass.; June ‘64. William Hicks, 1st N.Y., Co. H; September 1 ‘61. Charles E. Layton, 2nd N.Y. cav.; in Virginia, of typhoid fever. Thomas Layton, 2nd N.Y. cav.; in Queens county. James Mott, 5th N.Y. art.; at Salisbury. John Powell,145th N.Y.; September ‘62. Cornelius Remser, 2nd N.Y. cav.; July 12 ’64, of starvation, at Andersonville. James Sheridan, 2nd N.Y. cav.; pro. corp.; d. February ‘63, in Queens county. Henry Southard, 102nd N.Y.; August ’63, at Annapolis hospital. Cornelius Stillwell, 102nd N.Y.; May 8 ’63, at Yorktown. Adolphus Torrey, 2nd N.Y. cav.; September ’62. William H. Townsend, 2nd N.Y. cav.; September ‘64, at Petersburg. Oliver Valentine, Excelsior brigade; pro. sergt.;k. at Gettysburg, July ’62. Samuel Vennor, 20th N.Y. cav.; died while aprisoner in South Carolina. John Verity, Excelsior brigade; July 2 ‘64, atGettysburg. James Vernon, 2nd N.Y. cav.; pro. corp.; died at Brandy Station, in June ‘63. Alfred Waters, 145th N.Y.; August ‘62. Charleton Weeks, 1st N.Y.;February ‘63.
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