CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS OF PORT BYRON AND MENTZ

By Dawn L. Roe

PUROSE: DESCRIPTION:

In honor of the sesquicentennial anniversary, this project serves to document soldiers connected to our community that served in the War of the Rebellion 1861-1865. The initial database consulted was the Town Clerk’s Registers of Men who served in the Civil War, also known as Series No. 13774. This series is comprised of each townships quota as mandated in Chapter 690 of the Laws of 1865 under the Division of Military and Naval Affairs. Each Town Clerk was to report a variety of details ranging from the soldier’s date of birth, parents, regiment, service record and burial location, if known. Our report was dated Nov. 9, 1865 by then Town Clerk A.R. Christian. Much thought was given to the report. In many instances Mr. Christian provided the maiden names of the soldier’s mother. Not all townships took such care to do so. This record serves as a tremendous genealogical record. Our clerk included some men that are recorded as enlisting here but mustered into service at other locations. In addition, several names of deceased soldiers were reported in the Mentz 1865 State Census. All of the soldier’s names from the various sources were retained in the analysis of this project. I also retained data on soldiers who served as substitutes or who are buried here. This provides a more complete record of Port Byron and Mentz’s contributions in the Civil War. Series 13774 is available at the NYS Archives. Daniel J. Linke digitized the record for Mentz in 1991. It is now available by subscription at Ancestry.com in a searchable database. Instead of entering our township or village name in the enlistment field, I used it as a “keyword”. This yielded soldiers who reported their birth as Port Byron or Mentz but served elsewhere. I then merged soldiers from various military lists as well as our cemetery index on Cayuga Genweb. On a limited bases, I even consulted Google Books to find published family histories to confirm residency or location of birth. This project has exceeded 80 hours to complete.

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SOURCES:

The following sources were used to compile the soldier list:

American Civil War Regiments-Index Cemetery Transcriptions of Port Byron Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts of NY Volunteers, US Sharpshooters and US Colored Troops ca 1861-1900 Civil War Pension Index FindAGrave.com Fold3.com Fultonhistory.com Online Biographies Town Clerk’s Registers of Men Who Served in the Civil War, ca 1861-1865 (13774) U.S. Army, Register of Enlistments, 1798-1914 U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles-Index 1860 Federal Census 1865 NYS Census-Mentz 1890 Veterans Schedules

DISCLAIMER:

Tabulating a list of soldiers from any given location poses a unique challenge. Men were offered a cash incentive called a “bounty”. The amount of the bounty varied so soldiers from one township may have traveled elsewhere to enlist to collect the additional cash. Likewise, soldiers outside our boundary could have enlisted here if our bounty rate was higher. Readers should be aware that variations in age and spelling of names might exist between the various sources. There may also be a significant difference of soldier ages between the Town Clerk Series 13774 and other military enlistment records. One must keep in mind age restrictions for service. Often a soldier reported they were older or younger to ensure they would pass the inspection process and placed into service. In fact, all of our soldiers over the age of 50 did not disclose their proper age. Many of these men desired to defend the Union, even if it meant they had to falsify their age in order to do so. If a soldier served elsewhere but later joined the Port Byron Lockwood Post #175 GAR, and were not buried here, please visit: http://www.portbyronhistory.com/p/lockwood-gar.html If the soldier’s name is underlined with blue font, it signifies more details are available from an external source. You may access that information by clicking on it. If it does not open in a new page, simply use your back arrow to navigate to the previous page. I’ve tried to include a few surprises throughout the report.

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THE FALLEN:
Name Benjamin, Isaac Burgess, Seth H. Butler, James Carr, Augustus B. Coffinger, Frances Cornell, Edward Cossin, Patrick Dinehart, William D Duff/Duffin, William Dwyer, Patrick Ferrell, Charles E. Ferbell, James Henry Fisher, Rufus Gilbert, Abner Gilbert, Joshua Groat, George S. Hatfield, William Hollister, George E Horton, David S Jerome, James B. Kells, James Ladue, Edward A. Lockwood, John William Morris, Albert C Mott, Abel Olmstead, Pulaski Pickard, George Prouty, Robert Robinson, John Rose, John R. Ross, Daniel V. Schotz, Christian Seaman, James Shaw, Daniel J Steel, Count S Stevens, George W. Townsend, George Townsend, James Van Vleck, Henry Veile, Gilbert Williams, George Williams, John J Wilson, Lyman D. Winner, Robert Wooley, Jonas Yates, Henry Regiment 75th Inf 149th Inf 111th Inf 9th HART 13th Art 16th HART 16th HART 111th Inf 9thHART 75th Inf 111th Inf 111th Inf 75th Regt 3rd LART 3rd LART 44th Inf 111th Inf US Navy 75th Inf 111th Inf 137th Inf 3rd LART 111th Inf 109th Regt 105th Inf 75th Regt 111th Inf 3rd LART 8th Cav 111th Inf 75th Inf 111th Inf 111th Inf 3rd LART 14th KS Cav 111th Inf 111th Inf 9thHART 9th HART 75th Inf 9thHART 111th Inf ? 8th Cav 137th Inf 111th Inf 50th Eng Where Died New Orleans, LA Aqua Landing, VA Chapin Farms, VA Wolcott, NY Berne, NC Fort Fisher, NC or Richmond Williamsburg, VA Andersonville Mentz Hospital Washington, DC Port Byron Pensacola, FL Port Byron, NY Malvern Hill, VA Gettysburg Brasher City, LA Annapolis, MD Frederick, MD Syracuse, NY Near Greensboro Alexandria hospital Port Hudson Hosp NYC Richmond, VA Cayuga Co Gettysburg, PA Camp Stevens, LA Andersonville, GA Cayuga Co Newburn Hospital Arkansas River Stevensburg, VA Andersonville Rebel Prison Armory Square Hosp. Washington, DC Port Hudson, LA Frederick City, MD Andersonville Not Known Nashville, TN Chicago, IL New York Harbor, NY Buried Location Cause of Death / Notes Died of disease Inflammation of Lung Died of disease Died at Hospital No Wm found in regt, clerk says killed at Fort Fisher; Wm reported died battlefield near Richmond Disease Starved to death (Mt Pleasant-no detail on abstract card) Died from wounds Wounded right breast, taken to Carver Hosp Wounded before Petersburg (Died at his home-buried Mt Pleasant) Died of Disease Came home on furlough and died of chronic diarrhea Killed in Action Killed in Battle of Gettysburg Per clerk died post war from broken blood vessel sustained at Port Royal (Mentz Resident per Clerk, Enlisted at Conquest) Died from wounds Died of Typhoid on his way home (Died while boarding train outside gate at Camp Salisbury, NC, witnessed by Francis Hopping) Taken prisoner and presumed dead Killed in Battle of Port Hudson Wounded in head at Gettysburg Died in hosp per clerk Came home and drowned Killed in Battle of Gettysburg Died of disease Died of disease Consumption (Survived the war-buried Mt Pleasant)

Chapin Farms, VA

Williamsburg, VA Andersonville Mentz Port Hudson Arlington Heights Mentz Port Byron, NY Port Byron, NY Gettysburg Port Byron, NY Brasher City, LA

Unknown Alexandria Port Hudson NYC Throopsville

Port Byron Newburn (NC)

Andersonville Unknown

Died in Hospital after arrest for desertion Starved to death Died Danville, VA Died from wounds from Battle of Petersburg Killed in Battle of Port Hudson Wounded in battle Starved to death, clerk says served USCT, many soldiers of this name in colored troops Listed as Deserted but clerk says died in the army Died of disease

Frederick City, MD Andersonville

Cayuga Co

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United States Colored Troops
USCT: Our community had a strong presence in the United States Colored Troops. John Wesley Freeman One soldier in particular that deserves mention is Corporal John Wesley Freeman. It is suspected that he may be related to the Freeman family of Auburn, NY. Many may recall that name in New York’s history being the landmark insanity case established by William H. Seward in 1847. The relationship of his father Robert to that of William of the insanity case requires investigation. John Wesley’s service as an officer in the colored troops is significant. Officers for these regiments were traditionally white. The regimental descriptive book described John as of mulatto complexion with black eyes and hair. He enlisted as a private and became an officer by appointment. His enlistment location is shown as Providence, Rhode Island. However, his family was living here in 1860. The family was listed as black in that census. They lived in proximity to the Ames family, being just a few entries away from them in the census. John Wesley Freeman is listed as being Free on April 19, 1861 and was able to spell his own name. He was a member of the Lockwood Post #175 GAR and is buried at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in Port Byron. John H. Thomas Another soldier worth mention is John H. Thomas, a black soldier born in NYS. He saw active service at Deep Bottom, Chapins Farm, Darbytown Road, before Petersburg as well as Appomattox Courthouse. His occupation in 1900 was that of Junk Peddler. He lies at rest in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery at the Lockwood Post GAR monument. This was my first introduction to non-segregated burials of blacks in our cemeteries, something that makes me very proud of Port Byron. He lies as the lone black soldier at the GAR monument in good company with his fellow white comrades. John Stewart He was a black man born in Virginia who enlisted into the 20th USCT from Montezuma. He signed his enlistment papers with an X mark. What was is his story? What brought him from Virginia to Central, NY only to fight in the Civil War for the Union? John Stewart was a member of the Lockwood Post #175 GAR and is buried at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. These are but a few examples of our black soldiers. Joining the USCT as officers would be our Nathan Munger and Benjamin Webb Thomas. Nathan went on to serve as a State Representative for the Grand Army of the Republic. B.W. Thompson once owned the Port Byron Gazette.

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Having men of color as an integral part of the Lockwood Post is significant. As researchers go more in-depth into the history of the various GAR Posts, many are discovering black soldiers as members. Port Byron is one such community that did not exclude members based on race. Enough evidence now exists to confirm this. Having soldiers of color as members of the GAR is an impressive discovery in our own history. Read this article about GAR Posts.

Our Soldier’s that served the United States Colored Troops

Name Butler, James Freeman, John Wesley McChesney, Sylvester McChesney, Thomas Munger, Nathan Reese, Edward St Clair, James Stewart/Stuart, John Ten Eyck, Phillip Thomas, John Thompson, Benjamin Webb Ward Jr., Edwin Williams, John J

High Rank PVT CPL PVT nd 2 Lt PVT PVT PVT PVT PVT LCOL PMG CPL Not known

Race Regiment th 8 USCT 11th Regiment 20th Regt USCT 26th Regt USCT 26th Regt USCT 110th Inf 84th USCT 14th RI Art 20th Regt USCT 20th USCT 20th USCT 10th Inf 8th USCT 111th Inf 75th Regiment rd 83 USCT Reported 1865 census Black Black Black Black White Black Black Black Black Black White White Not Known

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FOREIGNERS:

The following soldiers of foreign birth defended the Union (in order by Country).
High Birth Place Rank Canada Canada Canada England England England PVT Birth Place High Rank

Name Brady, John Clow, John Nugent, Daniel Cheal, Richard Chiverston, James Edmonds, George (Sub Hershel Wethey, PB)

Name Roth, George

Germany PVT Germany PVT Germany PVT Germany PVT Ireland Ireland PVT PVT

Farrier Roth, William SGT PVT CPL PVT Schotz, Christian Vanness, John Brennan, Edward Brennan, John

Loasby, Stephen Perry, Robert W Porter, James Andrew Ware, William Warren, Richard Williams, George Blakely, Jacob Copp, John Fisher, Rufus Keller, John Messner, John Roth, Frederick

England England England England England England Germany Germany Germany Germany Germany Germany

SGT PVT CPL PVT SGT CPL PVT PVT

Cahill, Dennis Caris, James Clark, John Clark, Thomas Cullen, Robert Dwyer, Patrick Guilfoile, Michael Kearnen, Thomas (sub Thomas J Monroe) Minogue, Peter

Ireland Ireland Ireland Ireland Ireland Ireland Ireland Ireland Ireland Ireland Ireland Poland

CPL

PVT PVT

PVT PVT PVT PVT PVT PVT

PVT PVT PVT

Pegmine, Peter Smith, Patrick Sielliskowki, Frank

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CONCLUSION:

Port Byron and Mentz continues to provide strong military support. However, much about our experience remains untapped. Over time, if descendants contribute their stories, I’m hopeful that we can continue to build this project to make it a holding place for biographies of the many brave men who answered President Lincoln’s call in America’s war between brothers. The goal of my project is to bring awareness to our contributions in the War of the Rebellion. Our long list of immigrants is not surprising when you look at what was happening here in the 1860’s. At this time, we were a bustling community with plentiful employment impacted by an Erie Canal that fostered industry. We have long had a progressive history, one that includes African Americans who chose to work and make lives for their families here. While for this time period, we still described our neighbors by race and ethnicity, we had acceptance. It is humbling to find no segregation in our burial grounds where white soldiers are at rest beside those of color and/or of foreign birth. Richard T. King once reported that Port Byron and Mentz contributed 257 soldiers to the cause. That number may also reflect soldiers who moved here post war as of the early 1900’s. My analysis suggests that our enlistment figure is closer to 225 men. However, when you combine the soldiers resting in our cemeteries today, along with those that reported having been born here, that number climbs significantly. As new information is added, readers will be able to follow future revisions by the file name. This report will be added under the military links on my blog as ver. 1. The file number will advance sequentially for all future updates as they are posted. If you have a civil war soldier connection to Port Byron and Mentz that is not reflected in this report, please contact me with the information so that I may add your soldier. It is possible we have additional soldiers in our cemetery with private monuments, making their service not immediately apparent. Additions and corrections are always welcome by contacting me at droe@portbyronhistory.com.

RESOURCES:

Readers may also enjoy visiting the Civil War Trust by clicking on their logo below:

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Port Byron, NY Civil War Soldiers
Name Adams, Lewis Birth Date 1844 Birth Place Father Mother High Rank CPL Enlisted Enl Discharged Muster Out Place/Notes 23-Jun-65 Richmond, VA Co Regiment E 3rd LART

15-Aug-62 AUB

Alfreds/Alfords, Henry (Edgar)
Allerton Jr, Isaac

14-Oct-42 1838

Tyre, NY Henry H Alfreds Betsey Keeler

CPL ART

9-May-61 Mar-63 23-Dec-63 5-Jan-64 11-Aug-64

4MTZ PB MTZ MTZ

Diserted 6-May62, Transf Co K, 2nd HART 27 Jun 65, Co A 33rd Inf, Disch Washington, 29-Sep-65 DC 13-Jun-65 Fort Barry, VA 30-Jun-65 Richmond, VA 30-Jun-65 Richmond, VA

A K F M H H

33rd Inf 2nd HART 9th HART 50th Eng 3rd LART 3rd LART

Ames, Carloman James Ames, John George

1/8/1942 29-Nov-40

Mentz Port Byron

Lorenzo D Lorenzo D. Ames

Harriet Harriet Rowett

PVT PVT

Anderson, George W Ashley, James Knox Polk Ashdown, William 31-Dec-44 1840 Mentz Jabez S Ashley Sybil Monroe PVT PVT

1862 16-Sep-61

MTZ PB

Deserted before leaving Auburn 25-Nov-64 Auburn, NY Washington, 4-Mar-63 DC Transf USVRC 16 Mar 64. Washington, 30-May-65 DC 4-Jun-65 Alexandria, VA DBL Dis 24 Washington, Dec 63 DC Transf 4th LART 4 Jun 65 Washington, DC

F B C

111th Inf 75th Inf 111th Inf

8-Feb-62 MONT

Atwell, Charles Auested, Charles Avery, Thomas Babcock, Joseph

1844 1841 1831 1844

PVT CPL PVT PVT

31-Jul-62 4-Aug-62 1-Aug-62 4-Aug-62

PB PB PB PB

F F F F

111th Inf 111th Inf 111th Inf 111th Inf

Baker, Hiram
Balliett, Andrew (Sub-no name given) Barns, Montgomery

1831 1846 1836 May be duplicate of Justus Barrup? 15-Dec-39 Auburn Thomas Barrup Jerusha Chury PA

PVT PVT SGT

2-Aug-62 30-Jul-64 16-Sep-61

PB MTZ PB 6-Jul-65 29-Nov-64

F L B

111th Inf 9th HART 75th Inf

Barney, Justin Barrup, Justus

MTZ PVT 4-Jan-64 MTZ Washington, 21-Aug-65 DC Died of disease, New Orleans, LA Transf USVRC 1 Sep 63, Listed as survived; clerk says died Bidloes Island, NY from disease 5-Feb-64 Washington, DC L

16th Regt 16th HART

Benjamin, Isaac Harrison

1-Aug-41

Craigsvill Hector e, NY Benjamin

Eliza Snediker

PVT

29-Oct-61

PB

6-Sep-63

I

75th Inf

Bessemer, Martin Betties, Daniel Blake, William Blakely, Jacob

1825 1842 1845 27-May-29 Germany John Blakely Rega Fate

PVT PVT

11-Aug-62 4-Feb-64

PB MTZ

F U

111th Inf 3rd LART

PVT

30-Aug-62

MTZ

6-Jul-65

F

9th HART

Booth, William Henry

21-Dec-44

Scipio

Curtis Booth

Cloe Ann Sprague

PVT

16-Sep-61

PB

prisoner Sabin Pass, held on ship Clifton, released, disch 25-Nov-64 Auburn, NY

I

75th Inf

Compiled by D. Roe

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Port Byron, NY Civil War Soldiers
Name Birth Date Birth Place Father Mother High Rank Enlisted Enl Discharged Muster Out Place/Notes Philadelphia, 14-Jun-65 PA Co Regiment

Brady, John Brasie, Albert (Sub Lewis Edwin Auburn) Brennan, Edward Brennan, John Brinkerhoff, Henry S Brooks, Charles Henry Brotherton, Miles Brotherton, Stephen Brown, James Henry

29-Jan-27 1-Aug-45 4-Apr-45 8-May-48 1841 24-Nov-47 20-Feb-39 6-Sep-41 3-Feb-48

Prescott, Elizabeth Canada Patrick Bradley Mccaffery Jeremiah Mentz Brasie Ann Brower Ireland Ireland Edwin Brennan Bridgett Oneill Edwin Brennan Bridgett Oneill Julia Ann Gilden Calista Calista Sarah Jane Pickard

PVT 3rd CPL PVT PVT PVT

30-Aug-64 25-Jul-63 26-Aug-64 26-Aug-64 30-Aug-64 24-Aug-64 8-Jan-62 Aug-62 28-Dec-63

MTZ MTZ MTZ MTZ MTZ MTZ PB MTZ LAF

B K

3rd LART 97th Inf 3rd LART 3rd LART 3rd LART 5th HART 111th Inf 19th Art 4th Art

3-Jul-65 3-Jul-65

Syracuse, NY Syracuse, NY

A A A L F I

Mentz Brutus Brutus Mentz

Henry Garrett Charles Brotherton Charles Brotherton Daniel Brown

PVT PVT PVT MUS

15-May-65 Elmira, NY Harper's Ferry, 26-Jun-65 WV Deserted 26-Sep-62 Pittsburg, PA.

4-Jun-65 Deserted 26 Oct 61 Baltimore, MD; Lockwood GAR Died Camp Aqua Landing of Fever

A

Brown, Seeley

1842

Mentz

Samuel Brown

Laura

PVT

23-Apr-61

ALB

D

3rd Inf

Burgess, Seth H
Burmingham, Thomas

1841 1825

Elbridge

PVT

26-Aug-62 2-Oct-61

SEN PB

9-Feb-63

G E

149th Inf 75 Inf

31-Aug-65 Savannah, GA

Butler, James
Cahill, Dennis Canfield, William D 16-May-14 1844

Occupation: Maryland Boatman Ireland Patrick Cahill Mary O'brien

PVT CPL PVT

24-Jul-63 3-Jul-62 9-Jan-64

AUB PB MTZ

1865 census USCT; wounded in action Olustee, FL, died in Quarters at Chapins Farm, VA-died from 28-Dec-64 wounds Washington, 9-Jun-65 DC 31-Aug-65 Savannah, GA Transf Co G, 94th Inf 10 Mar 63.

G F B

8th USCT 111th Inf 75th Regt

Canty, James Caris/Cain, James

1841 28 Feb 1822 Ireland Felix Caris Catherine Dond Polley M Brooks

CPL

8-Feb-62 29-Feb-64

PB MTZ

G F

105th Inf 4th Art

Carr, Augustus Brewer
Cater, Charles H Chapman, Robert H Chadderton, James Y Cheal, Richard

13-Jan-45 1844 1829 1834 16-Feb-18

Wolcott Pennsylv ania

John H Carr

PVT CPL PVT PVT

2-Apr-63

WOL

Died of disease, 18-Feb-64 Wolcott, NY 9-Jan-65 Baltimore, MD

I E E H L

9th HART 9th HART 75th Inf 3rd LART 16th HART

18-Aug-62 AUB 23-Sep-61 30-Aug-64 7-Dec-63 8 Aug 62 5 Mar 64 16-Sep-61 30-Aug-64 14-Aug-62 PB MTZ MTZ

31-Aug-65 Savannah, GA 30-Jun-65 Richmond, VA Washington, 21-Aug-65 DC

Kent, England

John Cheal Thomas Chiverton

Mary Osburn

PVT

Chiverston, James Clark, Jehiel Clark, John Clark, Thomas

24-Jul-38 1832 1846 1842

England

Elizabeth Hales CPL 1ST LT

PB PB MTZ MONT

4-Jun-65

Discharged for promotion Newark, NJ F 111th Inf Transf Co K 10 Jul 63 B,K 75th Inf A E 3rd LART 91st HART

Ireland Ireland

John Clark John Clark

PVT Margaret French PVT QTR Sarah Seamen 2ND LT

Syracuse, NY Fort McHenry, 15-Dec-64 MD Washington, DC

3-Jul-65

Clow, George Edward

14-Sep-28

Scaghtic oke, NY James Clow

28-Aug-62

MTZ

6-Jul-65

F

9th HART

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Port Byron, NY Civil War Soldiers
Name Birth Date 1820 Birth Place Canada Father Mother High Rank Farrier Enlisted 12-Dec-63 Enl BUF Discharged Muster Out Place/Notes 10-Aug-65 Petersburg, VA No soldier of this name found Co Regiment 2nd Cav K Mount Rif

Clow, John
Coal/Cool, N M

MTZ St Joseph, William Michigan Coffinger

111th Inf

Coffinger, Francis H
Collins, William Converse, William Augustus Cool, Harvey

3-Mar-44

Phebe Jane Hoffman

PVT

Aug-62

AUB

26-Jul-63

Died New Berne, NC.

I

3rd HART

1828 2-Jan-36 1824 Lansingb Ephraim W urgh, NY Coon White Creek, NY Mentz Marine B Converse Ursula Clapp

PVT

7-Aug-62 12-Jan-64

PB MTZ

Deserted 28-Jun-63 Uniontown, MD.

F I

111th Inf 2nd Cav 3rd LART

PVT

30-Aug-62 AUB 22 Apr 61 14 Aug 63

30-Jun-65 Richmond, VA

G

Coon, John M

26-Jun-32

Parmelia Ross

MTZ

E

3rd Art

Coon, Wesley Copp, John

7-Jan-48 21-Apr-45

Hiram Coon

Sophia Brence Mary Groff PVT

7-Apr-65 25-Aug-64

MTZ MTZ

Germany George Copp

left the army Harper's Ferry, 26-Jun-65 WV No firther record on profile, clerk says killed at fort fisher, NC Alexandria, VA Fort Monroe, VA

H L

193rd Regt 5th HART

Cornell, Edward (same as William E, no William found in Regiment?)

1845 Renssela erville, Albany Benjamin Co, NY Cornell

PVT

21-Dec-63

MTZ

U

16th HART

Cornell, John

9-Nov-12

Margaret Army PVT

30 Jul 62 20 Aug 62

PB

11 Apr 63 16 Jun 65

L F

16th HART 111th Inf

Cornell, Joseph Benjamin

24-Mar-40

Mentz

John Cornell

Sarah Shotwell PVT

30-Jul-62

PB

Transf Co H, 2nd Regt USVRC 23 Mar 64. Disch 3 Jul 65 Indianapolis, IN Transf Co H, 2nd Regt USVRC 23 Mar 64, Disch Washington, DC

F

111th Inf

Cosgrove, William Costleman/Cosleman, Lorenzo Costleman/Cosleman, Joseph Coulter, John Calhoun Coulter, Joseph Alison

13-Jun-12 1842 1846 9-Feb-34 14-Sep-41

Coleridge James , NY Cosgrove

Dorothea Boyce PVT PVT

28-Dec-63

MTZ

3-Jul-65

M I B K E G

16th HART 15th Cav 11th Inf 3rd LART 3rd LART

29-Jul-63 SYR Apr-64 BUF MTZ MTZ

30-Sep-64 Deserted Richmond, VA 30-Jun-65 Richmond, VA

Granby Port Byron

Joseph Coulter Lucy A Hamden PVT

Conquest Joseph Coulter Lucy A Harnden SGT

29-Aug-64 22 May 61 24 Dec 61

Cossin, Patrick
Crane, William J Crowford, James Cudney, James Cullen, Robert

1820 1832 1833 18-Apr-35 10-Jun-26 Sullivan Co, NY Ireland Ann Derias Cudney Houselander Robert Cullen Mary Adams

PVT PVT PVT PVT

14-Jan-64 31 Jul 1862

MTZ SCH

1-Dec-64 24-Nov-64

Died of disease Williamsburg, VA

M D H B K

16th HART 110th Inf 3rd LART 16th HART 3rd LART

28-Aug-65 Albany, NY Washington, 21-Aug-65 DC

11-Oct-61 ROM 28-Dec-63 22-Aug-64 MTZ MTZ

Cunningham, Edward

14-Jan-42

Washingt on Co, James NY Cunningham Jerry (Jeremiah) Curren

Susan Mullard

PVT

25-Aug-64

MTZ

3-Jul-65

Syracuse, NY

A

3rd LART

Curren, Theodore

18-May-36

Mentz

Ann

PVT

17-Mar-62

CON

K

75th Inf

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Port Byron, NY Civil War Soldiers
Name Darkins, Miles B Daley, Michael Davis, William Birth Date 1837 1844 1846 Birth Place Mentz Father Mother High Rank PVT PVT PVT Enlisted 4-Aug-62 26-Feb-64 16-Aug-64 Enl PB MTZ PB 13-Jun-65 Fort Barry, VA David's Island, 26-Nov-64 NY Harbor Discharged Muster Out Place/Notes DBL Disch 20-Mar-63 Chicago, IL Co Regiment F U C 111th Inf 3rd LART 50th Eng

Degroff, Levi Delanty, Thomas Devore, John M

1818 1843 22-Sep-44 Fulton County Jefferon Co, NY Jacob Devore Sarah Ann Seaman

PVT PVT PVT

26-Dec-63 26-Feb-64 29-Jun-61

MTZ MTZ MTZ

L U G

16th HART 3rd LART 25th Regt

Dewolf, James

1842

PVT

Dec-62

MONT

Transf Co M, 5th Art; left the army David's Island, NY Harbor Deserted Port Byron, NY Disch from wounds

K

9th HART

Dibble, Wm H Dinehart, George Jones

8-Sep-39 31-Mar-43

Baltimore Green Co, NY Nelson Dibble Ann Hoyt SGT Clevelan d, Ohio Henry Dinehart Rebecca Black PVT Onondag William a Co, NY Dinehart Columbia Jeremiah Co, NY Dinehart Maria Brimmingstone PVT

19-Feb-62 16-Feb-64

PB MTZ

17-Jul-65 13-Jul-64

K F

75th Regt 111th Inf

Dinehart, George Washington

26-Dec-30

8-Feb-64

MTZ

6-May-65

B

3rd LART

Dinehart, Henry

4-Jun-15

Laney Young

PVT

26-Dec-63

MTZ

Fort Monroe, 16-Jun-65 VA Died of disease POW; Andersonville, 14-Sep-64 GA

L

16th HART

Dinehart, William D
Dixon, Augustus David enlisted as Charles G Dixon

Oct 1807 11-Apr-46

Columbia Jeremiah Co, NY Dinehart Laney Young Edward James Ellen Mentz Dixon Southworth

PVT

30-Jul-62 Dec 1864

PB LOC

F D

111th Inf 14th Inf

Dodge, Hiram B Dolan, Francis

1827 1844

VSUR PVT

14-Aug-61 SYR 26-Feb-64 MTZ

19-Jul-65

Tran Co A 1st Cav; Disch Cloud's Mills, VA Transf Co G, 94th Inf 10 Mar 63; Disch Washington, DC

A U

10th Cav 3rd LART

Donohue, Florence Dodd, John

1838 1844 Port Byron Mentz Port Byron Harvey Drisser Sarah May George Duckenfield Ellen Kelham

PVT PVT

27-Nov-61 29-Aug-64

PB MTZ

18-Jul-65

G U

105th Inf 111th Inf

Dooley, John Drisser, Henry Charles Duckenfield, Edwin Rathuen

11-Jul-42 10-Apr-42 12-Feb-31

PVT PVT PVT

26-Aug-62 7-Feb-62 4-Jul-61

OSW AUR ELM

1 Jul 63

Deserted Annapolis, MD

I B

147th Inf 3rd LART 33rd Regt

2-Jun-63

Geneva, NY Died '64-bur PB; no detail on anstract

C

Duff/Duffinin, William

1819

Auburn

PVT

21-Dec-63

MTZ

A

9th HART

Dunham, John Duvall, Henry Cobb

1838 11-Dec-36 Mentz Oswego City, NY

Morgan Dunham William O Duvall William Orville Duvall

Maria Vincent Eliza Cobb

PVT CPL

9-Sep-61 ROC 29-Apr-61 PB

Shot-picket duty New Burn, NC, surg case 28-Sep-63 published 15-May-65 Elmira, NY

H E

3rd Cav 3rd LART

Duvall Jr., William Orville

11-Aug-41

Eliza Cobb

PVT

30-Aug-64

MTZ

7-Jun-65

New Berne, NC

A

3rd LART

Dwyer, Patrick
Dygert, William H

1841

Ireland Clevelan d, Ohio

PVT

21-Sep-61

PB

Died from wounds Port 29-May-63 Hudson, LA Rejected by 15-May-64 Examing Board

B

75th Inf

1825

PVT

19-Dec-63 VER

K

2nd HART

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Port Byron, NY Civil War Soldiers
Name Eamen, Edgar Edmonds, George (Sub Hershel Wethey, Port Byron) Eldridge, George Collins Eldridge, Wm Tremper Birth Date 18-Jun-14 Birth Place Father Kingston, NY Jacob Eamen England 16-Aug-44 16-Nov-35 Victory Mentz Thomas Harlow Charlotte Hiram D Eldridge Eliza Tremper Mother Elizabeth Hotaling High Rank PVT PVT PVT HS Enlisted 12-Aug-62 Jun-64 24-Jul-63 1-Sep-64 Enl MTZ MTZ SYR CON 27-Jun-65 Alexandra, VA 28-Jan-65 Transfer Co K, 2nd NY HA Jun 1865 Deserted 1 Sep 1865 Fort 27-Jun-65 CF Smith, VA Transfer Co K, 2nd NY HA 27 Jun 1865 Disch Washington, 29-Sep-65 DC Washington, 21-Aug-65 DC Washington, 21-Aug-65 DC Washington, DC Washington, DC F 1st Cav 3rd LART Discharged Muster Out Place/Notes Co Regiment F 111th Inf

Elliott, Nathan William

14-Jun-18

Greene Co, NY

Stewart Eliot

Rachael Taylor PVT

21-Dec-63

MTZ

F

9th HART

Elliott Jr., Nathan

28-Aug-46

Coxsacki e, Green Co, NY Nathan Eliot Tompkins Co, NY Ira Emmons Morris Abraham Co, NJ Emmons Tompkins Co, NY Ira Emmons

Betsey Ann Dibble

PVT

20-Dec-63

MTZ

F

9th HART

Emmons, Anson Emmons, Ira Emmons, William Alvah (Sub John H Little, Port Byron) Ennis, Thomas

4-Aug-48 14-Jul-20

Dorothy Devore Anna Dorland PVT

19-Dec-63 19-Dec-63

MTZ MTZ

L M

16th HART 16th HART

5-Feb-47 1822

Dorothy Devore PVT PVT

22-Aug-64 3-Sep-62

MTZ MTZ

3-Jun-65 6-Jul-65

I I

124th Inf 9th HART

Ferrell, Charles E

1844

Waterloo Thomas Ferrill

Deborah Miller

PVT

24-Dec-64

MTZ

wounded right breast, taken to Carver Hosp, died there buried at Died at Washington, Arlington Heights DC Shot in leg, granted leave from Chestnut Hill Hosp., died at his home, Typhoid one week after 17-Sep-64 coming home

F

111th Inf

Ferrell/Ferbell , James Henry Fineout, James Henry

1839 21-Oct-27

Fishkill Mentz

Thomas Ferrill James Harvy Fineout

Deborah Miller

1ST SGT

8-Aug-62 14-Aug-62

PB WOL

F G

111th Inf 9th HART

Hannah Crapo PVT

Fisher, Rufus Flattery, John Follet, A J (Alanson?) Follet, Hiram Force, Frederick Foster, David Hazelton

24-Oct-44 1846 1838 5-Mar-47 24-Apr-51 8-Aug-43

Germany Bannett Fisher

Mary Bramlore PVT PVT

17-Feb-62 30-Aug-64 28-Jul-62 29-Aug-64 Apr 1865 21-Sep-61

MTZ MTZ CON CAT MTZ PB 5-Jun-64 3-Jul-65

Died of Disease Pensicola, FL Syracuse, NY Cold Harbor, 05 Jun 64 VA. 3-Jul-65 Syracuse, NY Residence: Elmira

K A C A C

75th Regt 3rd LART 9th HART 3rd LART 194th Regt

Alanson Follett Caroline Cato Genoa Mentz David Follett Arsena Sturge

SGT PVT PVT 1ST LT

Daniel A Force Mary Downer John Champlain Julia Hazelton

B,D 75th Inf 1st Wisconsin HART 11th Regt 9th HART 3rd LART 75th Regt

Foster, Jacob Thomas Freeman, John Wesley French, Barney French, Benjamin John Fuller, Truman K

23-Jun-27 31-May-38 10-Aug-36 19-Feb-44 1834

Mentz Auburn

Jacob Foster Robert Freeman Patrick French

LCOL Electa Sefrona CPL Ann Flannegan PVT Nancy Beach SGT CAP

9-Sep-64 WI Nov 1863 13-Mar-63 9-Jan-62 16-Sep-61 MTZ MTZ AUR PB

14-Jul-65 Residence; Rhode Island

S K F B

Mentz

Cyrus French

9-Oct-63

B

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Port Byron, NY Civil War Soldiers
Name Gallmans, Wm Douglass Gibbons/Gibbins, Morris Birth Date 3-Apr-16 1830 Birth Place Scipio Father Joseph Gallmans Mother Elizabeth High Rank PVT PVT Enlisted 29-Jul-62 7 Oct 1861 Enl MTZ Deserted at Rochester Discharged Muster Out Place/Notes Co Regiment F G 111th Inf 8th Cav

Gilbert, Abner Gilbert, Charles Gilbert, Edgar Gilbert, Joshua

31-Jan-36 1843 Jan 1842 1840

Mentz Nunda, NY

Tilla Gilbert

Emily Rose

PVT PVT

2-Jan-61 10-Oct-61 Nov-61

MTZ PB MTZ 1864

came home on furlough and died of chronic diareah-bur pb

E U

3rd LART 101st Inf 75th Regt

Ezekiel Gilbert

Maria Jewett

PVT

died 1864; Mt Pleasant Not enough detail to search Pleasant Valley, MD

I

3rd LART

Glaser, John Goddard, Otis Marcellus 4-Jul-40 Palmyra Marcellus J Goddard Adeline Gillmore SGT 18-Jul-61

MTZ MTZ 8-Aug-64

F

1st Cav

Goodel, Franklin Goss, George Graham, Charles Frank Green, James Grimes, Stephen

1842 1824 14-Aug-47 1839 1822 Port Byron or Constanc ia? William Groat Mentz William Graham Laney Mullen

PVT PVT PVT PVT PVT

16-Sep-61

PB

19-Jan-64 SKA 31-Aug-64 6-Feb-64 30 Jul 1862 MTZ MTZ CON

DBL Disch Baton Rouge, 21-Nov-63 LA Washington, Aug 1865 DC

B L K U

75th Inf 16th HART 3rd LART 111th Inf 9th HART

Washington, 13-Jun-65 DC

C

Groat, George Seward
Groff, Jacob Guilfoile, Michael Gutchess, Charles Gutchess, Isaac Gutchess, James Hagadorn, Sylvester Hall, Hamilton Hamblin, Edward Green Hamilton, Edwin Hardenburgh, Oscar F Harnes, William Benj Harrington, Robert R Harris, Wallace Haskill, John Hatfield, Jacob

1839 1841 1835 17-Oct-48 25-Aug-47 1838 1844 1843 16-May-43 18-Mar-33 1844 1-Dec-35 1818 1845 1835 1854

Laura

PVT PVT

9-Jun-61 29-Aug-64

ALB MTZ

Killed in Action Malvern Hill, VA Harper's Ferry, 26-Jun-65 WV 01 Jul 62 30 Jun 65

B L K D

44th Inf 5th HART 3rd LART 3rd LART 5th HART 16th HART 7th HART 9th HART 126th Inf 136th Regt 3rd LART 15th Eng 111th Inf 9th HART 19th Art

Ireland Mentz Mentz Mithuselah Gutchess Abram Gutchess Emma Cosgrave Emeline Hughson

PVT PVT PVT CPL SGT PVT

30-Aug-64 CAT 25-Feb-64 29-Aug-64 MTZ MTZ

24-Dec-63 BRU 10-Dec-63 BUF 30-Aug-64 9-Aug-62 1-Sep-62 2-Jan-64 3-Sep-64 30-Jul-62 30-Aug-64 11-Aug-62 1-Apr-62 MTZ MAC NUN MTZ BUT PB MTZ LOC PB

Harper's Ferry, 26-Jun-65 WV Washington, 21-Aug-65 DC Ft Federal Hill, 1-Aug-65 Baltimore, MD Washington, 6-Jul-65 DC

L M D D H

Mentz Nunda

Lawrence Hamblin

Cassie Green

SGT

Jonathan Hamilto Volena Huggins PVT PVT

DBL Disch 30-Jun-65 Richmond, VA

I K M

Mentz

William Harnes Polly Rose

PVT PVT PVT SGT PVT

Alexandria, VA Philadelphia, 12-May-65 PA 13-Jun-65 Elmira, NY 28-Jun-65 Savannah, GA

4-Jun-65

F D

K

75th Inf

Hatfield, William

1818

PVT

30-Jul-62

PB

23-Jul-63

Died from wounds; fought barefoot Battle Gettysburg

F

111th Inf

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Port Byron, NY Civil War Soldiers
Name Hatfield, William (Sub Alexander Robinson, Mentz) Birth Date 1846 1827 Birth Place Mentz Father Mother High Rank Enlisted 2-Sep-64 Enl PB Wounded-no date DBL Disch 17-May-65 Annapolis, MD Transf 2ndLA 27 Jun 65 Discharged Muster Out Place/Notes Co Regiment F K 126th Regt 98th Inf

William Hatfield Harriet Degroff PVT PVT

Hayden/Hayton, Asher/Acker
Hemstreet, Francis Henry, William Henry, Charles Augustus Henry, Ezekiel King Henry, Robert Theodore Herrick, Henry

9-Oct-61 CAN

1825 1818 4-Aug-32 14-Mar-22 18-May-40 1820 Onondag a Co, NY Alfred Hicks Mentz Squire M Higly Port Byron Mentz Mentz Mentz Ezekiel K Henery John Jeffries Henry William Henry John Jeffries (Henry?) Hannah Baker Jane Taylor Cynthia King Jane Taylor

PVT PVT SGT PVT PVT PVT

1-Apr-62 30-Dec-63 22-Apr-61 5-Mar-62 21-Jan-64 9-Aug-62

PB WOL MTZ PB MTZ PB

K G E

75th Inf 9th HART 3rd LART 75th Inf 18th Art 111th Inf

31-Aug-65 Savannah, GA

K L

Deserted 25-Dec-62 Altoona, PA Harper's Ferry, 26-Jun-65 WV Washington, 17-Mar-64 DC from Addison, Maine

F

Hicks, Frank Higly, John Squire Hinen, Jack Hinkey/Hinckley, James

1-Jan-41 9-Feb-38 1841

Mary Smith Ruth Ann Christian

PVT PVT PVT PVT

24-Aug-64 14-Aug-62 23-Feb-64 15-Jun-61

MTZ PB MTZ MAI

L F U

5th HART 111th Inf 111th Inf 4th Maine Vol

1-Aug-63

I

Hitchcock, Samuel Purdy Hitchcock, Stephen R

1839 1833 Sandlake , NY

CPL 2nd LT

10 Jan 1861 9 Mar 1864

CAT CAM

Wounded 14Jan-63, Disch 2-Jun-63 Orleans, LA Washington, 30-May-65 DC. DBL Disch Convalescent Camp, VA

G

75th Inf

H,D 185th Inf

Holcomb, Amos

1841

PVT

7-Aug-62

PB

8-Jan-64

F

111th Inf

Hollister, George Edwin Holmes, John Holmes, William Henry Horton, Cyrenus F

11-Jan-37 4-Jun-44 6-Aug-40 1835

Genoa Auburn Auburn

Deborah Miles Margaret Thomas Homes Mellen Thomas Holmes Margaret

Nathaniel Hollister

Navy PVT PVT PVT MUS

Aug-61 5-Jan-64 5-Feb-64

MTZ MTZ MTZ

per clerk died post war from broken blood vessel sustained at port royal; bur 18-Feb-64 PB 30-Jun-65 Richmond, VA Res: New Bern, NC K K

US Navy 3rd LART 3rd LART 27th Inf

24-Oct-61 IND Res: Mentz Enl: CON MTZ MTZ PB GEN 4-Jun-65 23-Jan-65 Died Annapolis, 24-Dec-64 MD Winchester, VA Washington, 31-May-65 DC Transf USVRC 19 Feb 64 1-Aug-65 Alexandria, VA F G

Horton, David Silas Horton, Francis Marion Horton Jr., Benjamin Huntington, Alfred Hurd, Charles A

27-May-37 20-Dec-44 31-Aug-43 1841 1828

Sennett Mentz Mentz

Benjamin Horton Benjamin Horton Benjamin Horton

Elizabeth Patty PVT Elizabeth Patty CPL Elizabeth Patty SGT PVT

11-Sep-61 29-Aug-62 4-Jan-63 30-Jul-62 8 May 1862

Died Brashear 30-May-63 City, LA Washington, 6-Jul-65 DC

B F

75th Regt 9th HART 16th HART 111th Inf 111th Inf

Jerome, James B
Jetty, Joseph Jones, Charles

23-May-40 1847 1839

Onondag a, NY L Dodd Cayuga Co, NY

Mary Mannable SGT PVT PVT

30-Jul-62

PB

F G F

111th Inf 22nd Cav 9th HART

29-Mar-65 ROC 14-Aug-63 MTZ

Jones, H Mason

1841

PVT

23-Aug-62

MTZ

F

9th HART

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Port Byron, NY Civil War Soldiers
Name Birth Date Birth Place Father Mother High Rank Enlisted Enl Discharged Muster Out Place/Notes Not enough detail to search Washington, 21-Aug-65 DC Co Regiment

Jones, Wyant Joslyn, Langdon.Landon June, Sylvester 1834 1840 Castile, NY Michigan William June Maria Ann Vincent PVT PVT 4-Jan-64 CON 23-Jul-63 AUB

M I

16th HART 97th Inf

Kearnen, Thomas (sub Thomas J Monroe) Keller, John

1840 14-Aug-36

Ireland Germany Adam Keller

PVT Phebe Freeber PVT

29-Aug-64 20-Sep-61

THR MTZ

Service Record: McCarl, Disch 23-Jan-66 Elmira, NY

B B

61st Inf 75th Regt

Kells, James
Kelly, Seneca Kent, Oscar Kerns Jr., Thomas

1844 1840 7-May-35 9-Jan-33

Lodi, NY Joseph C Kelly Sarah

PVT SMAJ

20-Aug-62

PB

Died from wounds 22-Nov-62 Frederick, MD 27-Sep-64 Washington, 21-Aug-65 DC 21-Aug-65 Discharged for DBL existing at 18-May-63 enlistment 15 Jul 65 2-Jun-65 Yorktown, VA New Berne, NC

B A D M M

137th Inf 89th Regt 3rd Regt 16th HART 16th HART

Aurelius Mentz

Peter Kent Thomas Kerns

Elizabeth

CPL

27-Aug-61 TRU 19 Apr 61 28 Dec 63 MTZ 16-Jan-63 SKA

Phebe Shotwell MUS

Kibby, Frederick Kilmer, George Knapp, Charles Edwin Knapp, Charles E

1834 1841 1842 31-Mar-44 Fleming Lyons Port Byron George Kilmer Elizabeth Traver

PVT PVT WAG PVT CPL

5-Mar-63 8 Nov 1862 30-Aug-64 11-Mar-62

MTZ CAT MTZ SAV

9th HART C A K 9th HART 3rd LART 75th Inf

Samuel Knapp Jane Barton Abram Knapp Francis Knapp

31-Aug-65 Savannah, GA Transf 2nd HA 27 Jun 65; Disch Washington, 29-Sep-65 DC died of typhoid at Syracuse, NY on his way 3-Jul-65 home DBL Disch City 7-Apr-65 Point, VA Bladensburg, 9 Jun 1865 MD DBL Disch Alexandria, VA

Knapp, Isaac

17-Jun-38

Palmyra

Samuel Knapp Jane Barton

PVT

30-Dec-63

MTZ

G

9th HART

Ladue, Edward Austin Lake, Joseph Leonard, Martin

14-Jan-43 1841 1836

Cato

Richard Ladue

Almetta Maria Austin

CPL PVT PVT

29-Aug-64 16-Aug-64 1-Sep-64

MTZ PB PB

3rd LART K L 15th Eng 137th Inf

Link, Peter Link, William (sub Melbourne Olmstead-Mentz) Lisk, Henry

30-Apr-40 3-Feb-45 1845

Port Byron Sennett

Philip Link Philip Link

Margaret Margaret

PVT PVT PVT

7-Aug-62 22-Aug-63 18-Aug-64

PB MTZ PB

27-Apr-63

F B

111th Inf 97th Inf 137th Inf

9-Jun-65

Bladensburg, MD

L

Loasby, Stephen

1830

England Oliver Lockwood Hiram Lounsberry

SGT

12-Sep-61 UTI

Transf 44th Inf; Disch Washington, 21-Aug-65 DC died from wounds Salsbury, NC 31-Aug-65 Savannah, GA Deserted-clerk says tranf Navy as Boatman Mate Washington, DC

A H

14th Regt 16th Art

Lockwood, John William Lounsberry, Charles Thomas

1844 8-Mar-27 Auburn

Sophia King Abagail Wright

CAP PVT

30-Jul-62 17-Mar-62

PB PB

F K

111th Inf 75th Inf

Marsh/Morse, Frederick W

19-Sep-29

Geo Wooster, Washington NY Marsh Otsego Co, NY Geo Washington Marsh

Mary West

PVT

2-Sep-62

MTZ

18-Jul-63

F

9th HART

Marsh, Geo Washington

14-Oct-33

Mary West

ART

18-Aug-62

MTZ

6-Jul-65

F

9th HART

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Port Byron, NY Civil War Soldiers
Name Birth Date Birth Place Father Geo Washington Marsh Ezekiel Mater Mother High Rank Enlisted Enl Discharged Muster Out Place/Notes Residence: Utica Residence: Poughkeepsie 20-Jul-65 Camp Piatt, WV Co Regiment

Marsh, Napoleon Bonaparte Mater, Benjamin Franklin Matthews, Charles Maynard, Edwin Herrick Mcchesney, Sylvester

9-Feb-42 4-Mar-38 1832 27-Apr-37 1835

Mentz Mentz

Mary West Marey Slater

PVT

24-Sep-61 20-Apr-61

MTZ ESO

B A K D H E

57th Regt 20th Regt 1st Cav 185th Regt 20th USCT 26th USCT

PVT Malborou Ebenezer gh, MA Maynard Hannah Gale

19-Sep-63 SF 5-Sep-64 MTZ MTZ

Hillton Head, 28-Aug-65 SC

Mcchesney, Thomas McIntrye, Stephen (sub Wolf HarrisonSyracuse) Mclaughlin, Michael Augustus

15-Oct-45 1841 16-Sep-40

Little Falls, Thomas James New York Mcchesney Jane Smith

PVT PVT

19-Jan-64

MTZ 30 Aug 65 Raleigh, NC

K C B DBL Disch Fairfax 14-Aug-62 Seminary, VA left the army

26th USCT 47th Inf 75th Inf

Mentz Port Byron Mentz

James Mclaughlin

Gertrude Nipher PVT

16-Feb-65 16 Sep 61 1 Jan 64 MTZ

Mclean, Lawrence Mead, Charles Melt, Abel Harris

22-May-16 18-Dec-43 1-Nov-11

John Mclean Daniel Mead

Ann Tremper Lucretia Warn

PVT PVT

7-Feb-62 4-Jul-61 16-Feb-62

PB MTZ MTZ

G F G

105th Inf 1st NY Cav 125th Regt

Vermont Abel Melt

Isabel Mcleonel PVT

Messner, John Micken, John Mills, Lewis Minogue, Peter Mintline, Edward

1833 1843 1840 10-May-32 7-Nov-40

Germany

PVT PVT PVT Catherine Ganner

7-Aug-62 15-Feb-64 16-Sep-61 9-Mar-63 16-Sep-61

PB MTZ PB MTZ MTZ

7-Jul-65

Transf Co A, 21st USVRC 15 Mar 64; Disch Trenton, NY

F U B F

111th Inf 3rd LART 75th Inf 9th HART 75th Inf

25-Nov-64 Auburn, NY

Ireland Mentz

John Minogue

PVT PVT

William Mintline Phebe Snow

left the army Deserted Brashear City, 21-Feb-63 LA Transf 4th LA 4 Jun 65 04 Jun 65 Alexandria, VA taken prisoner and presumed dead Died of disease Catlett's 24-May-62 Station, VA 13-Jun-65 Fort Barry, VA

B

Mintline, James Mitchell, Thomas Morgan, Milo

1840 1841 1827 Preble, NY James Morgan Eliza Thom

PVT PVT CPL

16-Sep-61 23-Aug-64

PB MTZ

B C C

75th Inf 111th Inf 111th Inf

30-Aug-64 MONT

Morris, Albert C (sub Osacar Gutchess-Mentz)

21-May-43

Salina

David Morris

Mahala Reynolds

PVT

12-Aug-63

MTZ

I

109th Regt

Mott, Abel Harris
Mulford, Henry Munger, Nathan Myers, Ephraim

1822 1846 1840 1844 Fredonia

PVT ART 2nd LT PVT

10-Feb-62 15-Aug-64

PB PB

G H I B U

105th Inf 15th Eng 110th Inf 84th USCT 16th HART

8-Dec-62 OSW 30-Dec-63 MTZ left the army, only on inspec roll 4/19/1861

Mynderse, Wm Charles (Sub Robert Daniels, Mentz)

1843

PVT

28-Aug-64

MTZ

A

3rd LART

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Port Byron, NY Civil War Soldiers
Name Newland, John Birth Date 1840 Birth Place Father Mother High Rank PVT Enlisted 3-Dec-61 Enl PB Discharged Muster Out Place/Notes 8-Dec-64 New York, NY Co Regiment M 2nd HART

Noble, John Nugent, Daniel

1832 1-Dec-40 1829 26-Nov-41 30-Aug-35 1843 1818 1835 1836 Toronto, Canada Arthur Nugent Auburn Sennett Port Byron Abijah P Olmstead Joseph F Osburn Ann Frazier

PVT SGT PVT Elizabeth Clark SGT Sarah Badeau PVT PVT PVT PVT

23-Aug-62 10-Mar-63 30-Apr-61 16-Sep-61 2-Jan-64 16-Sep-61 19-Aug-62 29-Dec-63

MTZ MTZ WAT PB MTZ MTZ PB MTZ MI

Dishonorable 16-May-64 Disch; diserted Washington, 29-Sep-65 DC Geneva, NY Killed Port 14-Jun-63 Hudson, LA 2-Jun-63

F K C B K

9th HART 2nd HART 33rd Inf Ambu Corp 75th Regt 3rd LART 75th Inf 137th Inf 16th HART 2nd Mich Inf

Olds, John Henry Olmstead, Pulaski Delos
Osburn, Benjamin Paddock, Warren O Palmer, Abner Parker, Joel D Parkman, Milan A

31-Aug-65 Savannah, GA Bladensburg, 9-Jun-65 MD Fort Monroe, 23-May-65 VA

I E L B

Peek/Peck, William Perry, Robert W 9-Oct-33 London, England John Perry Isabel Stewart PVT 24-Aug-64

MTZ MTZ

could this be William Paine of Auburn? Harper's Ferry, 26-Jun-65 WV DBL Disch Washington, 16-Jan-65 DC Washington, 21-Aug-65 DC Died Fort Schuyler, NY; Bur Harbor Cypress Hills 22-Jul-63 Cem 27-May-65 New York, NY 31-Aug-65 Savannah, GA Transf Co F, 20th USVRC 15 Feb 64; Disch Philadelphia, PA Washington, DC

111th Inf L 5th HART

Petrie, Thomas Petty, Israel Woolverton

1841 2-Mar-16 Conquest James Petty

PVT Sally Wolverton PVT

2-Jul-62 24-Dec-63

PB MTZ

F L

111th Inf 16th HART

Pickard, George
Pidge, Asa B Pidge, Frank

1818 1836 1840

PVT PVT SGT

8-Jan-62 AUB 30-Aug-64 16-Sep-61 MTZ MTZ

F A A

111th Inf 3rd LART 75th Inf

Pegmine, Peter Pitcher, David Pitcher, Lewis William Plumb, Henry Clay Porter, James Andrew

27-Jan-39 14-Mar-22 13-Nov-48 4-Nov-44 21-Jun-22

Ireland

Thomas Pigman

Mary Flynn

PVT

30-Jul-62 27-Aug-62 28-Mar-64 14-Feb-65 18-Aug-62

PB MTZ MTZ MTZ MTZ

9-Jul-65 6-Jul-65

F F K B

111th Inf 9th HART 2nd Art 59th 9th HART

Knox, NY Jacob Pitcher Port Byron David Pitcher Fleming England Otsego Co, NY

Margaret Hayne ART Melissa Gilbert PVT CAP CPL

S Hiram Plumb Charity Kiffin Charles Ann

Washington, 16-Jun-65 DC Auburn, NY 1890 Census at 25-Nov-64 Wisconsin DBL Disch New 17-Jan-63 York, NY died in hosp per clerk, 24-Jun-65 Richmond, VA Transf Co I

F

Priddy, James Irving

13-Mar-41

James Priddy

Mary Priddy

PVT

24-Sep-61

CON

B

75th Inf

Pritchard, Samuel C W

1833 St Lawrence Co, NY Mentz

PVT

23-Aug-62

AUB

G

8th Cav

Prouty, Robert Radford, William H

1824 1828

PVT PVT

27-Aug-64 23-Apr-61

MTZ BRU

H H

3rd LART 3rd LART

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Port Byron, NY Civil War Soldiers
Name Birth Date Birth Place Father Mother High Rank Enlisted Enl Discharged Muster Out Place/Notes Transf Co A, 24th USVRC 11 Feb 64; Disch Washington, 28-Jun-65 DC Washington, 13-Jun-65 DC Transf Co F, 24th USVRC 7 Mar 64; Disch Washington, 28-Jun-65 DC Washington, 6-Jul-65 DC Rochester, NY or Washington, 27-Jun-65 DC 30-Jun-65 Richmond, VA 8-Jul-65 Syracuse, NY Syracuse, NY Died 1922 Buffalo Co Regiment

Randall, Frank Randall, John

4-Apr-45 1833

Conquest Harry Randall

Eunice Albro

CPL PVT

30-Jul-62 28-Mar-64

PB PB

F F

111th Inf 137th Inf

Randall, Perry Randall , James Almeron

7-Dec-46 1841

Conquest Harry Randall George Randall

Eunice Albro

PVT PVT

18-Aug-62 30-Aug-64

PB MTZ

F A

111th Inf 3rd LART

Ransier, George Frederick Ransier, Joel Curtis Ransier, Joseph Perry

10-Sep-17 27-Nov-31 27-Apr-26

Mentz Mentz Mentz

Peter Ransier Jacob Ransier Jacob Ransier Liberty V Ransier

Alethusa Boardman Nancy Curtis Nancy Curtis

PVT PVT PVT

16-Feb-64 29-Aug-64 29-Aug-64 2 Dec 63 27 Aug 64 29-Aug-64

MTZ MTZ MTZ

F E K I

111th Inf 4th HART 3rd LART 3rd LART

Ransier, Lewis A Ransier, Alexander see Lewis above

20-Oct-47 1831

Mentz

Jane Elizabeth PVT PVT Alethusa Decker (Boardman?)

ROM MTZ

3-Jul-65

K K

3rd LART 3rd LART

30-Jun-65 Richmond, VA Transf 4th LART 4 Jun 65 Cumberland, 16 May 1865 MD Residence: Rhode Island Washington, 15-Jun-65 DC 13-Jun-65 Fort Barry, VA 8-May-65 DBL Disch Washington, DC,came home 15-Jun-63 and drowned 7-Jun-65 5-Aug-65 Norfolk, VA

Ransier, Lorenzo Jackson Reed, Carman/Garman Reese, Edward Rich, William Rider, Orrin Riggs, Jason Robinson, Joseph R

14-Dec-28 1846 15-Apr-33 1840 1838 1845 1840

Mentz

Peter Ransier

PVT

15-Feb-64

MTZ

F B K F G U

111th Inf 5th Cav 14th RI Art 9th HART 15th Eng 16th HART 1st LART

24-Aug-64 BRO Maryland Edward Reese Elizabeth Buller PVT PVT PVT PVT 3-Dec-63 3-Mar-63 1-Sep-64 2-Jan-64 8-Feb-1864 MTZ MTZ PB MTZ MIL

Robinson/Robertson, John
Rockafellow, George W Rogers, H William Rogers, William Roemer, Egbert (Elbert) Root, William Harrison

28-Jul-17 11-Sep-35 1822 1846 1843 7-Dec-41

Cayuga Co, NY Port Byron

Alexander Robinson Cornelius Rocafellow

Sarah Green Sarah Rose

PVT PVT WAG PVT PVT PVT

12-Oct-61 Aug-62 19-Feb-64 11-Jan-64 24-Sep-61 21-Sep-61

PB SWE MTZ MTZ PB MTZ

G M F L B B

8th Cav 3rd Cav 111th Inf 16th HART 75th Regt 75th Regt

Elmira, NY Washington, 21-Aug-65 DC 25-Nov-64 Auburn, NY 25-Nov-64 Auburn, NY Killed Gettysburg, PA

Mentz

Samuel Root

Mary C Brown

1ST LT

Rose, John Randolph

1-Jun-30

Mentz

John Rose

PVT

30-Jul-62

PB

2-Jul-63

F

111th Inf

Ross, Daniel V
Roth, Frederick Roth, George Roth, William Russell, Henry

1839 4-Jun-47 10-Apr-44 10-May-41 1819 Germany Jacob Roth Germany Jacob Roth Germany Jacob Roth Phebe Kelly Phebe Kelly Phebe Kelly

PVT PVT PVT PVT PVT

16-Sep-61 19-Feb-62 Feb-63 16-Sep-61 21-Dec-63

PB PB MTZ MTZ MTZ

Died of disease Camp Stevens, 24-Nov-62 LA 31-Aug-65 Savannah, GA

B K D B U

75th Inf 75th Regt 75th Regt 75th Regt 9th HART

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Port Byron, NY Civil War Soldiers
Name Birth Date Birth Place Father Mother High Rank Enlisted Enl Discharged Muster Out Place/Notes Deserted Weedsport, NY Co Regiment

Sample, David Sanders, John Schean, Theodore Schoonmaker, Eli

1836 23-Apr-27 1838 2-Aug-30 Kingston, Charles NY Schoenmaker Jane Lowe Mentz Michael Sanders Hanah Cook

1ST SGT CAP CPL PVT

26-Jul-62 10-Oct-65 11 Sep 1861 29-Aug-62

PB AMI CLY MTZ

1-Feb-64

F F

111th Inf 93rd Inf 90th Inf 9th HART

4-Apr-62 6-Jul-65

DBL Disch Key West, FL Washington, DC

D F

Schotz, Christian

1839

Germany Mathias Schotz Ann Swantz

PVT

4-Aug-62

PB

Died of disease Andersonville, 18-Jun-64 GA Alexandria, VA disch from hosp, buried at PB

F

111th Inf

Seamen, James Madison

25-Oct-39

Madison Samuel Co, NY Seamen

Catherine Vanbleek

PVT

2-Aug-62

PB

22-Apr-63

F

111th Inf

Sears, John Seymour, John H

Feb-44 29-May-40

Mentz Mentz

Francis Frederick Sears Betsey Ames David L Jane Benedict Seymour (Love?)

PVT PVT

11-Feb-64 30-Aug-64

MTZ MTZ

DBL Disch 15-Sep-64 Buffalo, NY. Harper's Ferry, 26-Jun-65 WV Died of disease New Berne, NC. Residence: Harrisburg, PA

K L

3rd LART 5th HART

Shaw, Daniel J

1818 Catherine Spelman

PVT

27-Aug-62

AUB

11-Oct-62

G

3rd LART

Shay, James Sherwood, George H

15-Oct-46 1839

Brutus Brutus

Patrick Shay

PVT 1st LT

22-Feb-65 23 Apr 1861

MTZ AUB

A I

13th PA Cav 3rd LART

Sidman, Edward

23-Jun-31

Onondag a Co, NY John Sidman

Statira Quish

PVT

26-Aug-64

MTZ

2-Dec-64

DBL Disch Elmira, NY

U

5th HART

Sielliskowki, Frank Skinner, Charles Smith, Charles D

1823 1836 25-Jan-45

Poland

PVT PVT

20-Aug-62 26 Aug 1862 22-Dec-63

PB ELB MTZ

Cayuga Co, NY

Joseph Smith

Amanda Sharp PVT

Transf USVRC 20 Sep 63 Transf Co K 10 Jun 65 Washington, 21-Aug-65 DC Deserted Brashear City, 21-Feb-63 LA

F G L

111th Inf 149th Inf 16th HART

Smith, Chartlton

2-Jan-38

Moravia

Lester Smith

Narcissa Sharp SGT

16-Sep-61

PB

B

75th Regt

Smith, Henry L

7-Jul-28

Tompkins Christopher Co, NY Smith

Mary Allen

CPL

8-Aug-62

PB

4-Jun-65

Alexandria, VA Not enough detail to search

F

111th Inf

Smith, John W Smith, Myron Smith, Patrick 1829 Aug 1826 Ireland Patrick Smith Christopher Smith Geo H Snyder Jeremiah Snyder Elizabeth PVT PVT 1-Sep-64 16-Aug-64

MTZ PB MTZ

Cal G A 15th Eng 3rd LART

13-Jun-65 Fort Barry, VA 3-Jul-65 Syracuse, NY Transf USVRC 7 Mar 64 3-Jun-65 Harper's Ferry, 26-Jun-65 WV 9-Dec-62 DBL Disch

Smith, William L Snyder, Alonzo W Snyder, Benjamin Edwin Snyder, William Somers, Daniel E

10-Sep-23 1837 26-Mar-19 1839 1845

Mentz Port Byron Ulster Co, NY

Mary Allen Anna M Hagadone Julia Denison

PVT SGT PVT PVT PVT

9-Aug-62 15-Sep-64 29-Aug-64 4-Oct-61 14 Mar 1864

PB MED MTZ PB VIR

F I L E C

111th Inf 90th Inf 5th HART 10th Cav 75th Inf

31-Aug-65 Savannah, GA Philadelphia, PA or 4 Jun 65 or Washington, 26 Sep 65 DC DBL Disch New 29 Jul 1863 Orleans, LA

Soule, Lemuel

1822

PVT

13-Feb-64

MTZ

F E

111th Inf 4th HART

Southworth, Hiram DeForest

1841

Anna Keeler

PVT

20-Sep-61

MTZ

B

75th Regt

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Port Byron, NY Civil War Soldiers
Name Stafford, Emmett H St Clair, James Birth Date 25-Sep-29 25-Dec-13 Birth Place Manchest er, NY Columbia , PA Port Byron Father George W Stafford Daniel Stclair Mother Sarah Warren High Rank 1ST LT Enlisted 15-Aug-62 29-Aug-64 Enl MTZ MTZ Discharged Muster Out Place/Notes 27-Mar-65 28-Aug-65 Died, Arkansas River Returned from arrrest for desertion, died in Hosp Stevensburg, VA Co Regiment F G 9th HART 20th USCT 14th Kansas Cav

Rachael Cosey PVT

Steel, Count Sobieski

30-Oct-33

Elisha Steel

Mary Hadden

1st LT

8-Sep-63 KAN

4-May-65

G

Stevens, George W
Stevens, Robert Stevens Jr., John Stevenson, William Henry Stewart, Jay V Stillwell, Homer

1832

Michigan

PVT

30-Jul-62

WEE

1-Jan-64

F

111th Inf

MTZ 30-Mar-30 1830 1836 1847 Lysander John Stevens William Stevenson Montezu ma Nancy Abram Sophia Clark PVT CAP PVT CPL 24-Aug-64 1861 20 Feb 1864 4 Apr 1865 MTZ AUB MONT ABI

No soldier of this name found Harper's Ferry, 15-Jun-65 WV

111th Inf L 5th HART

B K 75th Regt Syracuse, NY Harper's Ferry, 18-Jan-66 WV 5-Jul-65 D, E 3rd LART D 193rd Inf 3rd Wisconsin LA F A F I G 6-Jul-65 6-Jul-65 Washington, DC Washington, DC Transf USVRC 15 Jan 64 Transf Co C 14th USVRC 4 Jun 65, Disch Washington, 28-Jun-65 DC F F 111th Inf 75th Inf 111th Inf 20th USCT 146th Regt 9th HART 9th HART

Stillwell, Rasselas R

1842

16 Nov 1863 7 Aug 62 2 Feb 64 8-Aug-62 Virginia Orange Co, NY Amsterda m Amsterda m Stephen Stuart Mina Catherine Dennis Sullivan Mcgunnigan James Swart James Swart Anna Slover Anna Slover PVT PVT PVT PVT 1-Sep-64 23-Jul-63 27-Aug-62 27-Aug-62

WI

17-Jun-65 DBL Disch Dishonorable Disch New 27-Mar-65 York, NY Washington, 9-Jun-65 DC

Stivers, Albert/Alfred Stivers, Geo W Stuart, John Sullivan, Jeremiah Swart, Aaron Vedder Swart, Alexander

1844 1833 18-May-17 14-Nov-30 18-Apr-41 6-Jun-33

PVT

PB WEE MONT MTZ MTZ MTZ

Swart, Jacob

30-Aug-28

James Swart

Anna Slover

PVT

6-Aug-62

PB

F

111th Inf

Swart, Jeremiah Sweet, Amos Sweet, Augustus Sweet, Elnathan Sweet, Martin Vab Buren Snyder, Sylvester

17-Nov-37 14-Sep-43 10-Aug-45 1843 2-Feb-40 1839

Amsterda m James Swart Cayuga Co, NY Elnathan Sweet Cayuga Co, NY Elnathan Sweet Cayuga Co, NY

Anna Slover Amanda Kuler/Keeler Amanda Keeler

PVT PVT PVT PVT PVT PVT

6-Aug-62 20-Aug-64

PB MTZ MTZ

F U I

111th Inf 1st Vet Cav 124th Regt 75th Inf 1st LART 3rd Art

3 Oct 1861 4-Jul-61 31-Aug-64 MTZ BRU

31-Aug-65

Savannah, GA

C F

Amanda Conquest Elnathan Sweet Keeler Port Byron

30-Jun-65 Richmond, VA Transf USVRC 26 Oct 64 Washington, DC Transf 4th LART 4 Jun 65 4-Jun-65 Alexandria, VA

K

Tallman, William Douglas Taylor, Hiram

1820 1836

PVT PVT

30-Jul-62 30 Aug 1862

PB GAI 6 Jul 65

F H

111th Inf 9th HART

Taylor, Horace Taylor, Smith

22-May-43 16-Sep-42

MA Brutus

Jason Taylor Ebenezer G Taylor

Laney Squires PVT Jane Stevens CPL

19-Dec-63 8-Aug-62

MTZ PB

F F

111th Inf 111th Inf

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Port Byron, NY Civil War Soldiers
Name Ten Eyck, Phillip Birth Date 1825 1835 1842 22-Mar-47 Read, NY Mentz William Ogden Thomas William Ogden Thomas Ann Eliza Foster Ann Eliza Foster Birth Place NYS Father Mother High Rank PVT PVT PVT PVT Enlisted 31-Aug-64 Enl AUB Discharged Muster Out Place/Notes New Orleans, 30-Aug-65 LA 23-Jun-65 Rochester, NY 10-Nov-65 3-Jul-65 Syracuse, NY Co Regiment H M H A 20th USCT 1st LART 8th USCT 3rd LART

Thayer, John Thomas, John
Thomas, John M

10-Jul-61 ROC ??? 8/11/1963 SCN 30-Sep-64 MTZ

Thomas, William Henry

Nov-31

Mentz

SGT MAJ PMAR

1-Aug-62

PB

Transf Co U, 2nd USVRC 2 26-Jun-65 Mar 64 26 Owned the Port Byron Gazette Transf Co C, 17th Inf Army 23 Jun 63, Hospital Chicago, IL Fort Porter, 14 Jul 65? Buffalo, NY.? Died of disease Andersonville, 14-Apr-64 GA Died Danville, 23-Nov-64 VA

F

111th Inf

Thompson, Benjamin Webb

1833

Middleto John Jay wn, NY Thompson

Sarah Webb

3-Jul-62

MTZ

F

111th Inf

Tottington, John S Towner, Oren

1844 1844

PVT PVT

31-Jul-62

PB POR

F

111th Inf 23rd LART?

Townsend, Geo W Townsend, James
Tuller Jr., Anson Turner, Edward Tyler, Franklin

1844 12-Aug-42 Clyde Oswego Co, NY John Townsend Nelly Baker

CPL PVT

30-Jul-62 22-Dec-63

PB MTZ

D K

111th Inf 9th HART

13-Oct-35 1840 1846

Anson Tuller

Mary Seabury

CAP

16-Sep-61

PB CLY

6-Dec-64 Bladensburg, MD

B H

75th Regt 9th HART 137th Inf

PVT Tompkins Co, NY Lansingb Nathaniel urgh Upham Mentz David Upham

18-Aug-64

PB

9-Jun-65

L

UpDyke, William Upham, David Upham, Innis

1846 13-Feb-15 22-Jul-42

1 May 1864 Ellen Scoughton PVT 26-Dec-63 30-Jul-62

HEC MTZ MTZ

No further record Washington, 21-Aug-65 DC

U L E

16th HART 16th HART 16th HART

Frances Henry 2ND LT Hannah Vanness

Vanness, John

1-Nov-19

Germany John Vanness

PVT

26-Feb-64

MTZ

Transf 4th LART 4 Jun 65 Died Washington, 14-Jun-65 DC Killed Port 14-Jun-63 Hudson, LA DBL Disch Washington, DC Alexandria, VA

F

111th Inf

VanVleck, Henry Velie, Gilbert
Verplank, George W 1835 - 1913

1820 1843 PVT 2-Apr-62

CON PB

C K

9th HART 75th Inf

1836 Waffle, John Ward, Charles Ely 11-Mar-43 10-Jun-40 Mentz Mentz Port Byron John Waffle Stephen Ward Rachael Scheonmaker Rebecca Goodrich

PVT PVT PVT CPL 1st Lt

26-Aug-61 SYR 30-Jul-62 19-Dec-63 PB MTZ

14-Apr-62 4-Jun-65

I F B

3rd Cav 111th Inf 75th Inf

31-Aug-65 Savannah, GA Comm 83rd USCT 29 Aug 63 Transf Co K, 2nd HART 27 Jun 65; Absent, sick Co K, 2nd Heavy Art 29 Sep 1865.

Ward Jr., Edwin

21-Mar-41

Edwin Ward

Lavina Ward

8-Feb-62

PB

5-Aug-64

K 75th Regt 17th 88th USCT

Ware, Clarence Ware, William Warner, George

21-Jul-48 28-Jun-01 1846

Mentz England

William Ware William Ware

Mary Cheal Esther Harvey

PVT PVT PVT

6-May-63 9-Feb-63 17-Aug-64

PB MTZ PB

F F

9th HART 9th HART 15th Eng

13-Jun-65 Fort Barry, VA

H

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Port Byron, NY Civil War Soldiers
Name Birth Date Birth Place Father Mother High Rank Enlisted Enl Discharged Muster Out Place/Notes Co Regiment

Warren, Richard

31-May-40 1846 6-Mar-34 18-May-36 12-Sep-35 26-Feb-34

Fruedon England; Northam ptonshire James Warren

Ann Warner

SGT PVT

20-Jul-62 17-Aug-64

PB PB MTZ

25-May-65 DBL Disch 13-Jun-65 Fort Barry, VA

F H A

111th Inf 15th Eng 86th Regt 16th HART 16th HART 75th Regt 108th Regt 111th Inf 16th HART 9th HART 8th Cav

Warren, William
Wells, Benton Thomas Wells, Samuel Mandeville Wheaton, Edward Fuller

Elbridge Mentz Mentz Mentz

D Alanson Wells D Alanson Wells

Julia Ann Jewell Julia Ann Jewell

PVT 2ND LT PVT PVT 4-Jan-64 4-Jan-64 27-Sep-61

MTZ MTZ PB

Whitcomb, Ozias Osburn
White, Gilbert d 1905

Lucas Wheaton Hetty Annable Alanson Whitcomb Margaret

Washington, 21-Aug-65 DC Washington, 21-Aug-65 DC 25-Nov-64 Auburn, NY

L L B D

Whitman, Alonzo Wilder, Henry Whitham, Byron

7-May-48 1822 1847

Jordan Port Byron

William Whitman

PVT MUS

30-Dec-63 26-Aug-62 24-Mar-65

MTZ PB AUB 29-Jul-63 27 Jun 65

Transf Co. H, LART 4 Jun 65 DBL Disch Alexandria, VA

H U K L

A D Wilham

S A Wilham

PVT

Williams, Charles

24-Mar-47

Onondag a County, New York Harlow Williams Ursula Ward Onondag a Co, NY Harlow Williams Ursula Ward

PVT

29-Aug-64

MTZ

Harper's Ferry, 26-Jun-65 WV

L

5th HART

Williams, Emerson

2-Apr-40

CPL

4-May-61

PB

16-Oct-62

Deserted

H

14th Inf

Williams, George Williams, John Cornelius Williams, John Tremper

1834 3-Mar-37 23-Oct-42

England Port Byron Mentz

George Williams Silas Williams

Frances

CPL

14-Aug-62 30-Aug-64 11 Apr 61 14 Aug 63

MONT MTZ MTZ

DIED 4-Aug-64 Frederick City Hosp-buried Wounded in Frederick City, MD battle 2-Jun-65 New Berne, NC

e A D

9th HART 3rd LART 3rd Regt

Catherine Way PVT 1ST LT

David Williams Margaret

Williams, John J Wilson, Aaron Wilson, Jerome 20-Sep-16 1845 Nehemiah Conquest Wilson Hannah Lamb PVT PVT 30-Dec-63 30-Dec-63 MTZ MTZ

not found in this regiment; many soldiers of this name in USCT died Washington, 21-Aug-65 DC

111th Inf L U 16th HART 16th HART

Wilson, Lyman D

1839

Mentz

Eli Wilson

PVT

Aug 1862

SF

Listed as Deserted but clerk says died in the army Deserted Co B, 81st Inf 1 Dec 61. Enl Co F, 1st Mont Rifl 14 Jul 62, disch 27 Feb 64.Enl Co B, 81st Inf 10 Mar 64

G

8th Cav

Wilson, Robert Wilson, Philip Rooker

1843 8-Nov-44 Caleb Wilson Rosanna Rooker

PVT PVT

10-Nov-61 7-Mar-63

PB MTZ

B F

81st Inf 9th HART

Winner, Robert

1841

CPL

12-Aug-62

PB

Died of disease 17-Nov-64 Nashville, TN

F

137th Inf

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Port Byron, NY Civil War Soldiers
Name Winney, Barney Birth Date 1844 Birth Place Father Mother High Rank PVT Enlisted 30-Jul-62 Enl PB Discharged Muster Out Place/Notes Deserted 18-Sep-62 Frederick, MD rejected at Elmira per clerk Died Chicago, 23-Nov-62 IL died New York 23-May-62 Harbor, NY 3-Jul-65 Syracuse, NY Co Regiment F 111th Inf

Wood, Enoch

27-Nov-12 1844

Mentz

Enoch Wood

Sally Armstrong PVT PVT

19-Dec-63 7-Aug-62

MTZ WEE

U F

16th HART 111th Inf

Wooley, Jonas (James) Yates, Henry
Yates, Horatio

1833 13-Dec-41 Mentz Jacob P Yates Marilla Woodruff

2nd Lt PVT

2/18/1962 appointed from civil life ALB 30-Aug-64 MTZ

I A

50th Eng 3rd LART

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Port Byron, NY Civil War Soldiers
Name Birth Date Birth Place Father Mother High Rank Enlisted Enl Discharged Muster Out Place/Notes Co Regiment

Rank Abreviation: Provost Marshall Colonel Lieutenant Colonel Major Captain Lieutenant Corporal Seargent Major Seargent Privat Muscian Hospital Stewart Wagoneer Vetinary Surgeon PMAR COL LCOL MAJ CAP LT CPL SMAJ SGT PVT MUS HS WAG VSUR

Enlsitment Location Abrev Albany, NY Albion Amity Auburn Brooklyn Brutus Buffalo Butler Camillus Canandaigua Cato, NY Clyde Conquest Elbridge Elmira. NY Esopus Gaines, NY Genoa Hector, NY Indiana Kansas Lafayette Leroy Lockport Macedon Maine Medina Mentz Michigan Milo, NY Montezuma Nunda, NY Oswego Port Byron Porter Rochester Rome Savannah Schenectady Schroeppel Sennett Skaneateles Syracuse Throop Utica Verona Virgil, NY Weedsport Wisconsin Wolcott, NY ALB ABI AMI AUB BRO BRU BUF BUT CAM CAN CAT CLY CON ELB ELM ESO GAI GEN HEC IND KAN LAF LER LOC MAC MAI MED MTZ MI MIL MONY NUN OSW PB POR ROC ROM SAV SCN SCH SEN SKA SYR THR UTI VER VIR WEE WI WOL

Aurelius, NY AUR

Seneca Falls SF Sweden, NY SWE

Trumansburg TRU

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