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IN ASSEMBLY,
J a n u a r y 21),

JI

1864.

COMMUNICATION
FROM T H E GOVERNOR, TRANSMITTING T H E FIRST A N N U A L
REPORT O F T H E CHIEF O F T H E B U R E A U OF MILITARY
STATISTICS.
S T A T E OF NEW Y O R K :
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT,

A L B A N Y , January

>

20 th, 1 8 6 4 . )

To the Assembly:
I transmit herewith the First Annual Report of the Chief
of

the Bureau of Military Statistics.^


HORATIO

SEYMOUR.

STATE

OF N E W

Y O R K :

B U R E A U OF MILITARY STATISTICS,?
A L B A N Y , January 2 6 , 1 8 6 4 .

S I R : The act of April last, " i n relation to the Bureau of


Military Statistics," requires that an abstract, of the sta
tistics collected by this Bureau shall accompany your
report.

The continuance of the war renders it impossible to furnidi full abstracts, as the materials are necessarily incom
plete. I can, therefore, give only a summary, for which
you are referred to the appendix to this report. I also
deem it proper to briefly present the objects of the Bureau,
with the hope that they may meet with more attention
from the army and the public.
The specific duties imposed by the act are:
First: To collect and preserve in permanent form an
authentic sketch of every person from this State, who has
volunteered into the service of the General Government
since April 15, 1861.
Second: A record of the services of the several regiments,
including an account of their organization and subsequent
history; and,
Third: An account of the of the aid afforded by the several
town, cities and counties of the State.

T o these objects the chief attention of the Bureau is


directed; but, incidentally, every fact relating to the rebels
lion, and especially to the part which New York has taken
in the war, whether now recorded or printed, or still ex
isting only in memory, is sought for.

No event connected

with this epoch is insignificant; hence no fact should be


omitted, for each has its value in modifying or coloring
every other, and, collectively, they would be infinitely
valuable for official uses, and to the historian surely they
w i l l not be less useful.

A s i t has been well said, the

record should not omit the battles, the sieges, the sedi
tions, but with these should be interspersed the details,
which are the charm of history.

" A t Lincoln cathedral

there is a most beautiful painted window, which was made


by an apprentice out of the pieces of glass which had been
rejected by his master.

Thus a great author has often

used with marked effect those fragments of truth w h i c h


others have scornfully thrown behind them."

I n preserv

ing the leading facts, minor matters need certainly no* he


lost; and thus without appreciable expense, i f the thou*
sands who can aid in reclaiming and recording w i l l $mmt
in the good work which this enlightened State hm project
ed, the collections of this Bureau can be enriched i n t i l tll&i
concerns the military, the material, the m&r&i, and- ifea 're
ligious interests of this remarkable period*

Mu#h>tfe&! k

of value is already obtained, and more hm km yp&^U&&$


hut the aid of a l l m requisite to fmAmm m ompU%'*>$&*
lection*

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niLt*mm

. O n the passage of the A e t ,


f

required facts were jrep&wd i 4

active operation* i n the field-hadoli&iKty fcvfcfc; r^iHO'd

01

t M M M .W ,'WMtAWf STATISTICS,

itt etJier d i t ^ l t e n ^ Lio^di/et, and the efforts of the Bureau


liav been attended "with success.
BlOOHAPHISS*

Materials for several thousand biographies have been


received, and a large number of completed sketches deposi
St

ted*

In many instances the ancestry of native bora volun

teers is traced in these sketches to Revolutionary stock and


to soldiers i n other American wars; while those of foreign
birth are shown to have descended from soldiers in the
great European wars, and often to noted military men.
Biographies have also been secured of individuals who have
come hither from abroad expressly to take up arms for a
cause that enlisted their sympathies.

No distinction is

made between the native and the foreign born, and hence
Wmj

valuable facts i n relation to the nationality of our

volunteers are being secured*

Photographs have been i n

cited from officer^and privates, and the collection made is


already large and valuable.
'mm

There have been distributed

one luindred and twenty-five thousand forms for

p r a o n a l sketches, which are being returned duly filled.


BKHM1HT3 AND OTHER ORGANIZATIONS.
'

'}

Histories of regiments and other organizations are i n


'progmi*

F u l l statistics of several have been received,

aai u M m j r i M e re@0rd of tnray more have been deposited,


V & i t * #*ftetWI mcraaf# m pommmd of a l l . The impor*
' ^ t e l i i k g ^ u i a u t t history of the services of our
nr i H t o - - J M P M I mi&i&flt when i t is remembered
M t i i f t M t e * * ! into tk& mvnm of the
M r f c f ^ w l t d g i of t h r a i r M
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account exists of

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in the M i l i t a r y Beparircumifl of the

State.
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CotwriBS.
A n account of the aid afforded by towns ant! counties is
being, obtained through prominent citizens of the several
localities, acting as Correspondents of the Bureau* T h e i r
names were principally furnished by members of the Legis
lature of 18G3. The inquiries call for the following facts:
Number of men furnished between given datesstatistics
of local taxation for war purposes-donations for b o u n t i e s aid to soldiers' families, and to those in the field, or i n
hospitalsdonations to the sanitary and other commissions^
and as to the effect of the war on labor, agricultural and
other interests, upon pauperism, crime and litigation, and
details about war loans and patriotic meetings. The public
spirit of the correspondents, and the just pride.they feel
in placing the patriotic action of their "towns or counties
on record, induces thorough work, while the high character,
of these gentlemen is an earnest of the reliability of t&eic
reports. A rich store of facts has been already received*
I have the gratifying fact to add that these correspondents
serve gratuitously. Their names#ome of the best of the
Stateare given elsewhere.
TOWNS AND

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field could not be viiited, nor th@ -ftoofd 4fCiq


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agei>i#,fbr th# W rf wok and wownded soldiers, appointed


by the Governor at N e w Y o r k , Baltimore and Washington,
have interested themselves.

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sum

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A l l postmasters i n the State

have been addressed, and invited to place conspicuously h i


their offices the card issued by the Bureau, briefly pre
senting its objects, and announcing that blanks for per
sonal facts would be found in every post-office.

Medical

officers i n charge of the United States military hospitals


were likewise applied to for their records of New York
soldiers.

T h e principals of male academies, and other

educational institutions, were asked for lists, as well as


for the record,, c i v i l and military, of volunteers who were
at any time connected with those establishments; and
boards.of supervisors have also been personally visited or
addressed, inviting their co-operation.

It is gratifying

to say that, i n a multitude of cases, these various re


quests have been cordially responded to, and i t is believed
they generally meet with favor.

The clergy throughout

the

for sketches

State are being solicited

of those

belonging to their churches who have volunteered, and


also for accounts of church action i n behalf of soldiers,
iixeh families, and aid for hospitals.

T h e foremen of fire

companies are likewise asked for similar information. PubU e ^ M t e 4 ' individuals, i n different parts of the State, are
@I|0 ^ d i i ^ ^ til work of collecting personal and other
Friends of officers and of soldiers, so far as their
^0

rfl^^

^ d d be obtained, jiave been solicited,


hi fmpmting biographies, and i n w r i t i n g

lfli^#*J^gPite m& other orpni&atio&

No

tqkra to smm the earliest sketches

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for the purpose of engaging the attention o f pmmhwnt


citizens to the objects of the A c t . The small sum that
could be spared for traveling expenses precluded an

ex

tended canvass, but the advantages of a personal visit to all


parts of the State have thus been shown.
G E N E R A L STATISTICS.

The State furnished 292,982 men between A p r i l I5,1861


and December 31, 1863.

O f this number 230,442 were

mustered for three years; 30,131 for two years; 2,516 for
nine months;

29,893 for three months.

Reduced to a

common term, the State has furnished the equivalent of


253,649 three years men.

This ratio applied to the loyal

States should produce an army of 1,439,500, or one'soldier


for every thirteen persons i n the loyal States. The Bureau
w i l l rfoon be able to give the number furnished by each town,
and the companies and regiments to which they were
assigned.
The

appropriations made by Boards of Supervisors and

by Common Councils of cities foir bounties, support of


soldiers' families, & c , and by the Legislature for raising
men, care of sick and wounded soldiers, and other objects
incident to the war, are given below.

Returns from towns

are still too incomplete to be included i n this exhibit,


1. B y Boards of Supervisors,* exclusive of Action by
In 1861

In 1802

...

In 1803

..*.-.- . - ,

...
4#BS

c i s i f or. t n S W A M P
In l i f t
In 1862
>1 I m l S i S . . . . . . .

m mmsf&wi mArwnm.

. . . . . . . . . 1 2 , 3 0 7 , 2 4 8 33
. . . . . 1,824,032 12
2.570,668 60

ToUl

- . _ ~

$6,710,049 05

3. B y the Legislature :
In 1861 . . . . . . . . .
In 1862
.
In 1863 . . . . . . . . . .

33,505,048 00
1,216,351 00
..
8,841,098 00
.
1 3 , 5 0 2 , 4 9 7 00

Total appropriated

$34,037,303 86

Paid by counties and cities to Dec. 31, 1863


13.^95.217 27
P a i d by State Treasurer to Sept. 30, 1 8 6 3 . . . . . . . 9,932,276 31
T o t a l paid

$23,727,523 58

Town, reports to J u l y 1, 1863, and supplemental returns


to the first of January instant, are coming i n . Those to
J u l y 1, are tabulated. They represent a few villages and
rural districts, and number 205 towns, with a population
c 446,815, and afford the following, among other facts:

A si (Hint of money raised by tax to promote enlist


ments,
.

$679,019 14
Amoant by individual subscriptions
339,094 57
Amount of aid furnished by churches, schools, and
individuals, for families of volunteers,.
56,056 22
By ehurebeu, schools and academies, for soldiers in
JWRJt*! or in service, . . . . . . . . . . .
6,200 04
A i d gent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, A c ,
ort,
101,736 94
total,....

. ..........

. . . .

. . . . 1 1 182,196 91

Hfetif amounts, especially for bounties, have been largely

ly 1.
a b i l i t i e s w i f o r a d y $$mw that the people have not
' m f ^ i m g for tho m

Appropriations mm

10

wauai mmrn
T h e prosperity of our material iterea add the

supplies.

patriotic pride o f localities, provide the way, a n d the w i l l


is not w a n t i n g to meet the obligations o f the period* Coer
cion seems no where necessary, for a l l is i n advance of re

quirements of l a w .

B u t little difficulty has resulted from

scarcity of labor, machinery, i n a great measure, supplying


its place.

T h e aggregate productions of the State havebeeu

largclv enhanced; the usual staples increased i n amount,


and new ones added, and the markets have been h i g h and

active.

Pauperism has diminished, crime decreased and

the business of courts lessened.


T h e courtesy of District Provost Marshals has placed
the Bureau i n possession of details of. the enrolment and

draft ordered by the President,


tricts appear i n the appendix.

The statistics b y dis

The more general i i c t s are

as follows: Whole number of persons enrolled of the first


class, 427,469; of the second class, 199,485 f number exam
ined about, 78,000; number exempted for physical disabil
i t y and other causes, about 53,150; number that passed the
medical examination, 23,249; number Hiai entered

tte

service personally and by substitute, about 9,176; number

that paid commutation, about 14,100.


T h e Assessors of internal revenue (with

tee

em^^m

of the 32d Di&U) have furnished the material for Ii#fc21bw~


,

ing summary o f taxation under the Unifcdl Si%tolaw% fi&s


lucocae tux, om year, in 3! Districts,
.-$t,S Sl W
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i f DbUicfi*. one year, . . . . . . .
J.
SI
IS District*, Mimn movtbs,
j:.^i...lllilMfMW
9

revenue,

i u c e a i e

Total

t a x ,

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m&Tmnm.

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tars, procla-*
wattooa* umm&gz& and fomm&k actions of State authorities,
b o n d s mid mmmiBmmB m< for as accessible, are being
f

arranged m the order of their dates, w i t h such brief and


valuable emanations, obtained from the l i v i n g actors, m
ar often requisite to their clear understanding.

T h i s col

lection w i l l have a n index, and be deposited in the Bureau


under the title of ** The E x e c u t i v e Record.**
Files of the daily and weekly newspapers of this State
and leading journals published elsewhere, have been colI

lected w i t h care.

T h e value of these chronicles of cur-

rent events, these records of a l l shades of public sentiment,

& r official mes and as source of history, is beyond esti-

mate.

The Bureau already possesses a large number of

J files* many of them running back to January, 1861, inelud?

i n g papers of nearly every county, of several of the States

mid Territories* military and illustrated papers, and also

, * Journals devoted .to specialties.

T h e y are equally divided,

politically* Many of the files were obtained at a nominal

esst, at trading rooms &nd editorial offices, others have been

A fem^ted by psiilishars, who have placed the Bureau on


!

tb#ir &e Jisis T h e names of these publishers are given


it *-Mira^|Si,'toramehtSt o i d e i B , c i r c u l a r s a n d o t h e r p r i n t e d

i ' M t f y 4fcriMftotal S t a t e

teilieifi;

* h

% Cong**.

gpw%mM&m$& since 1860, a r e b e i n g

* X l m o g f c tie"

mmt@ffip of m e m b e r s o f Congress
9

of the

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FIRST AHHT7AL mmW

editions being exhausted.

fM

The value of these important

documents is fully appreciated by you*

Collections of proceedings of Boards of Supervisors and


of Common Councils are being made, and w i l l be indexed*,
so far as their contents relate to national affairs.
The formal action of religious bodies, having reference
to the present crisis of the country, has been carefully
sought for, and with considerable success.

In addition to

printed proceedings, a volume of manuscript and newspaper


reports of denominational meetings is i n course of perfec
tion.

Sermons of the period, and accounts.of the organized

aid afforded by churches, are being collected.


Sixty-six flags and guidons have been-deposited w i t h the
Bureau.

S i x of these are rebel trophies, and fifty-six are

Union flags, representing thirty-one different organisations


of this State.

So tattered and wasted are some that they

could no longer be used to lead the way of duty and


danger; their record, fraught with intense interest, stirs
the patriotism, and their sight quickens the blood of the
most thoughtless,

T h e y are precious nowwho w i l l esti

mate their value in the future ?

The officers of mweml

returned r2giments have engaged feo place their


Bureau.

fiag&inihe

In some instances, they are retained only fofcm*

cruiting purposes, i n others a natural reluctance to p&f|>#itli


these cherished mementos has not yet been omt$m&i\m%
sooner or later, i t is b e i i e w d , that most of the i i g s

mtfkA

by our regiments w i l l fed their way i n t o i W r &!k@t


A public presentation to the Legislature i f t h g i e t e &
place during the present session &f &he
A p r i l last.

I t is mneh tb hm-4m

c a i m OF-'VPr^Binauir OF MIMTAKY STATISTICS.

13

, The' liberality of publishers has put the Bureau i n pos


session of sheet music of a patriotic or military character,
to the extent of two or three volumes.

Several hundred

patriotic ballads have also been procured at a trifling cost.


Posters and hand-bills, with their varied devices and
staring capitals, and military placards used by recruiting
agents and others, are being collected.

They briefly present

the special advantages claimed for the several regiments,


and show the amount of bounties paid at different periods.
Many of them already possess no lutle interest.

1,

Several

hundred have been obtained.


Multitudes of local and special publications, mostly of
limited editions, have appeared.

They embrace diaries

and personal narratives connected with the times, biogra


phies, public addresses, sermons, opinions and arguments
on the great variety of topics presented by the civil war.
Many have been secured, and a collection, as perfect as the
nature of the case w i l l admit, is contemplated.
Scrap-books have been begun for each volunteer regiment
and each county, and w i l l be filled from cuttings of news
papers not kept for files. A volume of a thousand pages,
4fFOted tp the draft and riot i n New York city, has been
ipfapd i n this manner*

Suitable space has been left for

^ctipg f rrors i n date names, and other statements occur9

in^ ,tl|& printed page,


^M^mi

A copious index w i l l form a part

tfe# war m great variety are being collected.

Plft4hrt<rfSjtfi9fl9 wm the gun w i t h which the rebel Jackson

&HfcEUmm%h

w h i c h was presanted by Lieutenant

ft^r3i^|i|wA#;f^p^^tlgT;SV^ged

hi$ commander's death,


swords cutte^ce,

m hmn deposited.

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"Jtf*!*,!^

Academy, an interesting collection of hoi and shell ha


been received, and from M r . R . P . Parrott, of the West
Point Foundry at Cold Spring, samples of the several pro
jectiles used i n the Parrott guns:

Additional contribu

tions have been promised from the Watervliet Arsenal, and


other sources.

Samples of primers, fuses, powder, fixed

ammunition, and rebel trophies have been deposited.

From

different points i n the field other specimens are promised.


Dr. Tripler, late medical director of the army of the
Potomac, has generously presented photographic copies of
several of the valuable maps ordered and used by General
McClellan on the Peninsula.

In a l l , over fifty war maps

have been contributed.


M r . M . Knoedler, the publisher, has presented two fine
engravings of loyal prisoners at Richmond, and at Salisbury,
N . C.

Several elegant photographs have also been furnish-

.ed, and photographs of barracks and of recruiting depots


have been collected.
It is understood that the colonels of Pennsylvania regi
ments make duplicate reports to the Adjutant General of
that State of all services performed by them.

I would

respectfully request you to take such action as w i l t o b t ^ r


a similar privilege for the commandants of N t w Y e i k f t t g ^
ments.

These reports would possess greit p ^ t i ^ ^ t i ^ . -

A partial examination of the places of mMvitf^oi*<titK&


ern soldiers has been made, and i t is gratifying to atytlhto
New Y o r k is-the'birthplace of many
tary reports of Iowa, to December; 1882,
48,814 volunteers.

^ ^tmL'^^ wlM^

O f these 5 $ 4 T e i r

per cent., ate N e i r Y o r k m e n

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w i l l 'hold, ^ i s ' M i e v ^ y ^ t l r f ^ ^ ^ C ^ ^ ,

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Person^ who have applied, have had their ques

t i o n ! answered from the Bureau i n respect to volunteers,


when they failed of answer at Washington and elsewhere.
Our records may be made so complete as to give information
about every man that has volunteered from this State.
It would be a matter of great convenience to this B u

i'

reau i f muster rolls were required to contain the places of


residence of volunteers at the time of their enlistment,
and the advantages of this addition to other

departments

of the State service, as well as to localities i n obtaining


proper credits on their quotas, are obvious.
It is certain that the war w i l l entail a great amount of
legislation; hence i t is desirable to preserve all that con
duces to a clear understanding, not only of what has been
done, but the manner and motive for doing it.

There has

been raised a vast number of mentheir terms of service


varioussome w i l l make claims upon the State.

Boun

ties, constantly changing i n amount, have been paid by


individuals, towns, cities, and counties, which the State
may be called upon to refund.

The support of soldiers'

families has been largely pledged, and, unfortunately, these


promises have not always been performed.
W v ^ t e e n respected.

Other pledges

fill
iSil

Ultimately the State may be called

wp$wto*itfake^good everybody's promise; but there is a

Ifeatt -id

'equitable liability i n this regard, and unless

'typbea wmii mimds4fe fully charged with a l l the facts,


* M t t ^ ^ t s t f b r misstating them, they are collected,
ibj6t-will*-'toeame

confuseda labyrinth of

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STATISTICS.

rank. Says a mother, mourning her son fallen i n the


ranks: " I did not know that the State regarded the ser
vices ot those i n so humble a position as worthy of its
attention, and I cannot sufficiently express my thanks that
through your Bureau the memory of my son shall not per
ish,"
A n officer writes: " I feel deeply interested in the
subject, and deem it well worthy the greatest effort of a l l
who cherish a feeling of pride for the honor and glory of
the Empire State. Though my history may be uninterest
ing, posterity w i l l look with admiration upon othersthe
gallant living and heroic deadwhose noble deeds have
clothed American arms with imperishable renown."
No State has sent its sons more freely to the conflict for
the integrity of the nation, nor has any State been repre
sented on so many battle-fields as has New York.

From

the going out of the Seventh Regiment to the present time,


they have been found i n every post of danger.

every field of battle, the flag of the State has been borne
e<

above the clouds" on Lookout mountain

the Star of Empire led the embattled hosts to victory.


Those fields have become doubly dear to us as a people for
having i n th?ir embrace a l l that was mortal of thousands
of our noblest tsons.

The pages of the State's history w i l l

he enriched w i t h the story of the* deeds of our fallen brave.


Appropriately then, may the Legislature say of those who
y

have entered the Federal service from this State: " W e


w i l l preserve the memory of their virtueswe w i l l lament

Mm mtlj

deaths o f a l l who fall i n their country's cause.


#?@%m@W3B, and w i l l grow brighter with the
5*:-;

Thmmemories

w i l l be defended

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STATISTICS*

T h e y could die no nobler

deathstbey

could shed their blood i n no better cause."


Here at the capital of the State, should^ these records of
the war be collected.

The preliminary work is already

well advanced, and what has been so favorably begun


should be carried to completion.

It is hoped that the

objects and the plan of the Bureau w i l l commend them


selves to the continued favor of the Legislature, and that
they w i l l early provide further means for prosecuting a
work which cannot fail of the noblest results.
I have the honor to be,
Your obedient servant,
LOCKWOOD L. DOTY,
Chief

To B r i g . Genl.
J O H N TO SPRAGUE,
Adjutant

General.

of

Bureau.

APPENDIX.

i i

i i i i :

GENERAL

STATISTICS,

BIOGRAPHIES.
Tlie biographical blank, i ^ m d by the

J>ureau, embracer! tho

following points of inquiry, viz:


First. Name (in full); date and place of * -111 i ^ t merit : n-gimont,
company and rank ; promotion* or tran^fr^ ; p r e \ i n n military
service in militia or regular army, or the navy, or in military or
ganization* in Europe; service in the present war, including hattlea and skirmishes in which engaged;

an

Hvcount of U'DHIKIH or

injuries, condition of health, period during which detained from


service by sickness, wounds*, or as prisoner; date of discharge,
of decease, or of resignation, and cause.
Second. Date and place of birth, name* of parents and nation*
ality; degree of education; if marriel, name of wift- and num
ber of children; residence

at date of enli* ment, and present

poat office address of family or nearest relative ; profusion or occn pat ion prior to entering the service; inquiries in relation to
aarvic* qf relatives in war of revolution, war of 1*1-,

Baropean

or in

wart; relatives engaged in the present war. vsjth regi-

aafjt tftd r a a k ; remarks in reference

to general character, if

M i l k ia i l W d for O M deceased ; request for photographic or

thar likMsjaa, aod n4me of

person furnishing informal urn,

O p t * IsW tttrgta o f acb blank u printed the object


isl Mkfasg tlsa iaqairiaa, via. :

11

in view

That they are designed for re-

| s j s j s j kf I k H s j s l f i i s r tka*> f m s d a and to preserve a record


fjf j h t 1W l i t M wbith f c f c man baa performed, that
^sj|sjsj|sjsjn

tfcs wmd

the future

of praise to which tbey

22

mat

AMTOAL BBPORT of

however, has pre


access to our volunteers which it was expected would
and hence other sources of information have been

placed upon the visit of agents


vented that
be afforded,

to

the army,

appealed to, prominent among which has been the surgeons of


the several XL S. hospitals, from whom reports have been re
ceived as follows:
Hare wood hospital, by F . M . Marshall, hospital steward.
.Jews' hospital, N . Y . , by D r . S. Teller,
Marine hospital, New Orleans, by Jacob Bockee, surgeon i n
charge.
General hospital, Philadelphia, Pa., by W m . V . Keating,

sur

geon in charge.
City hospital, Indianapolis, by John M . Kitchen, surgeon, per
R . II. Barnes, clerk
General hospital, Parkersburg, by W m . P . Marr, surgeon in
charge.
Chase hospital, Columbus, by R. M . Barr, surgeon in charge.
Officers'

hospital,

Memphis, by

J . M . Strudy,

surgeon i n

charge.
General hospital, Mound city, by C . M . Crocker, Co. A . , 33d
111. volunteers.
Corps hospitals, at Gettysburg, Pa., by H . C. May, assistant sur
geon, and also from Rev. E . M . Welling, of sanitary commission.
Camp Letterman hospital, Gettysburg, Pa., by H . C . May, sur
geon in charge.
General hospital, Annapolis, M d . , by G . A . Wheeler,

surgeon

in charge.
General hospital, Annapolis,

Md.,

by

G. B. Parker, surgeon in

charge.

by Jesse Johnson,
seminary hospital, Washington, by George S . Bennett.
hospital, Washington, by J . 0 . McKee, surgeon in

Genesal hospital, Camden street, Baltimore,


Fairfax
Lincoln
charge.
Convalescent hospital, Philadelphia, by B.

Knickerbocker, sor*

geon in charge.

Grace church, branch hospital, by T. ET. Stflwell, mzrgbou Am


charge.
' : , * MI*
Campbell hospital, by Dewitt 0* Peters* setjgae* fa c&etgfe*/i atStanton hospital, by Cb&s. J . Osborne, tvrgeett bteheqpf
Second Division hospital, Alexandria, by

e n i s r O F rat s r a i A f r O F M H J T A B T STATISTICS.

Mount Pleasant hospital, Washington, by C . A. McCall,

23
surgeon

in charge.

Lovell hospital,
in charge.

Portsmouth Grove,

by

J . W . Merriam, surgeon

Mason hospital, Boston, by W . E . Townsend, surgeon in charge.


Island hospital, New Y o r k , by B . B. Sibell, steward.

Army

hospital, Islington Square. Philadelphia, by J . Y . Patter

son, surgeon in charge.


Newton University hospital, Baltimore, by C . W . Jone, surgeon
in charge.
Christian Street hospital, Philadelphia, by John J . Reese, sur
geon in charge.
Hampton U . S. hospital, by H . B. White, surgeon in charge.
Complete lists of deaths in Baltimore and Philadelphia hospi

tals, from J . M . R e d field, State

agent, Baltimore.

Complete list of New Y o r k men buried at Alexandria, Y a . , from


T . H . Sti!well, of Grace Church hospital.
Saterlee hospital, West Philadelphia, Pa., byChas. H . Thomas,
hospital steward.
These returns include lists of deaths of New Y o r k volunteers,
and also names of those discharged, from date of organization of
hospital.

In several instances competent persons have been de

tailed by surgeons in charge to fill up the personal blanks, and I


take great pleasure i n acknowledging the services of this class o f
correspondents.

The

value of an abstract of all the hospital

registers cannot be too highly esteemed,


sincere hope that complete reports will be

and

have tho most

received.

It i l also proper to acknowledge the services of town corres

pondents in collecting biographical sketches and materials for


biographies, as well as the aid afforded by gentlemen who have
volunteered their services as biographical correspondents. As
the publip shaU become more acquainted with the work of the
Bureau, the latter class will be, I am confident, rapidly augmented*
favorite feature in the work recently inaugurated, is to
secure a record of the contributions, in men and money, of the
Several Wm Compears in tbfo State. The men engaged in this
i&p9r$&ii$ branch of the public service, have no general depositoy j ^ f f t ^ lecofds are preserved;, and it is believed to be due
]/i ^jS^^^m^J ^^.
>9B*& **ee&ritson of their patriotism and
fym coUegss pad mommam **e lnteiest*
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that a-similar
assistance of pastors of

i n g and valuable, and i t is confidently expected


result will attend the effort to enlist the
churches of all denominations.

The following sketches are introduced as showing the general


character of the biographical materials collected by the Bureau,
and are given without other change than the omission of several
interesting letters and papers deposited with them, which are
reserved for use when the sketches are finally prepared for pub
lication.

The selection has been made with reference to locality

rather than for superiority of interest, but will be found of merit


in the latter respect.
CHARI.ES OSBORN G R A Y ,

Colonel 96/A Regiment. JV. Y. S. F . ,

was born at Warrensburgh, county of Warren, New Y o r k , on the


2 i f h day of March. 1839.
vantages,
duties.

Enjoying unlimited educational ad

his youthful days were but a routine of

scholastic

In his 14th year, he was placed under the instruction

of Colonel Kinsley, near West Point.

The regulations and ex

ercises of the school were strictly military, and being located m


the immediate vicinity of the West Point Academy, the students
were favored with the privilege of seeing the practical instruc
tions there taught.

Thus the early habits and military bearing

contracted whilst under the instruction of Col. Kinsley, were


retained and fostered by Col.-Gray in after years.
In 1857, he entered the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
T r o y , became a member of the T r o y Citizens' Corps, and

at
was

selected by the professors and students as captain of the Institute


cadets.

H e graduated with the class of 1861, and

received his

diploma as civil engineer.


E

arrange*
ments, he decided to enter the service of his country, for which
he was so weH qualified by his previous habits and education, and,
with others of his immediate acquaintance, was active and influen
tial in successfully raising the 96th regiment, N . Y . V., which was
quartered at Plattsburgh barracks. The regiment was orgsniied
and received marching orders about the 1st of March, 1862, and
Col. Gray, although quite young, "being in his 23d yeaf aftar
a strict examination, was commissioned its lieutenant ai^a*^
The appearance of the regiment, on its
cities of Albany and New Y o r k , under the
tenant colonel, gave evidence that it hkA
ignorant mind, and trained by no itw&flfil
Deferring a trip to Europe, for which he had made

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the seat -of war i t was immediately brigaded, and attached to the
division under Gen. Casey, in the army of the peninsula, and at
once embarked for its destination.

O n the arrival of the regi

ment at Fortress Monroe, the command devolved on Lieut. C o l .


G r a y , by reason of the disability of the Colonel.

It was first

stationed at Young's F a r m , where it was frequently harassed by


the rebel gisuhoat
Yorktown.

Teazer; and. subsequently, was in the siege of

In the battle at Williamsbnrgh. however, the regi

ment was called, for the first time, to struggle in the realities of
w a r ; and it waa in this batch* that Lieut. Col. Gray gave evi
dence of ability to command* and established himself in the full
confidence of the regiment.

Covering the battery of Major Roh-

irson of the regular army, while being shelled from Fort Magruder, he displayed the coolne*-* and resolution so essential

in a

commanding officer, and for which he received the verbid com


pliments of Gen. McClellan.
T h e 96th was in the advance during the arduous march on the
peninsula, with tlie rear of the retreating enemy in front, and
who were driven across the railroad bridge near Richmoiul.

It

was then placed in the advanced picket guard of Casey's division,


four and a half miles from Richmond, where it was engaged in
frequent skirmishes with the enemy, incite of which Major Kelly
was killed, and was subsequently inaction at Seven Pines and at
F a i r Oaks.

After the battle at F a i r Oaks, Lieut. Col. (tray, borne

down by the long and art'uous marches on the peninsula, and


Buffering with typhoid fever, was carried from the field and sent
. to the State Hospital at New Haven, Conn.: but, while only par

tially
and

recovered, he rejoined his regiment at Harrison's Landing,

on the final retreat, led the advance to Williamsbnrgh,

marching his regiment thirty-two miles in eleven hours. By order


of Major G e n . Peck, the following battles were inscribed upon
the banner of the regiment, v i a . :
Chickahominy Swamp,
Railroad Bridge,
Jones Ford,
r White Oak Swamp,
Bottoms Bridge,
9

Cro** Roads,
fortfe! of the army from the peninsula, the 96th

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FIBST AKHUAL U P O E T Of I D

wan stationed at Suffolk, V a . , and


conimissanccs in vicinity of the

was occupied in frequent re*


Blackwater. While stationed

bcit, Lieut. Col. Gray made himself especially useful as a topo


graph ic.U engineer, in winch branch of engineering he was quite
pruheiont.
Lieut. Cul. Gray wad promoted and commissioned
the regiment on the i!'>th day of September, 1862.

colonel of

He was then

in hif 24th year, and was probably the youngest colonel in the
service.

left
an expedition under Gen. Foster at Newbern, N .
expedition Col. Gray was killed (Dec. 14), while

On the 5th of December, following^ the regiment

Suffolk to join
C , and on this

gallantly and splendidly leading his regiment to a successful

river at
the regiment

charge upon the enemy at the bridge over the Neuse


Kinston.

Referring to that battle, the chaplain of

writes:

and bright
strife. A t half

" O n the morning of the 14th, the sun rose broad


over that field, so soon to be the scene of deadly

past seven wo were on the advance, our young and gallant colo
nel, mounted on his favorite black charger, leading the way ; and
never did he appeal more calm and self-possessed, or give his

memorable
morning. A l l had faith in his courage and ability, and followed
him with a confident step. Never did a colonel possess more
fully the respect and affection of his men ; his word was law, and
his commands needed but to be heard to be obeyed. Moving
forward some distance, while occasional rifle shots in the advance
gave earnest of approaching battle, the order came for the regiment
to halt. H a v i n g done so, we here received the first cannon-shot.
It tore up the ground but a few feet from onr colonel, baptizing
him for the conflict in dust, while he remained undisturbed as if
nothing had happened. Our artillery now opened from a field on
our left, the rifle-shots became more frequent, until volley an*
swered volley, and battery replied to battery. Thefight,had
commenced. Receiving orders to advance, we moved a shoft
distance on the direct road, and formed in line of battle c|& the
extreme right. On our left, for a distance of half a mil* akttg
the line, was heard a continuous roar offcrtillwgrand
small arms. . *j
" Col. Gray rode along the line of the
6
ness imparting courage to bis men*
iijtors, Jtort aMghtly fdvaiWMlf
commands with easier dignity and grace than

r-

on

l i (

that

CHUT

o ? m mraiAU O F I C O T A R T

before us. The colonel


the commander of the
forward.

STATISTICS.

2?

dismounted, (pursuant to an order from


department,)

and

ordered his regiment

W o had advanced but a short distance when we came

npon the enemy at the edge of the woods, and after a sharp en
gagement, succeeded in totally routing them and driving them
across an open field in the direction of the bridge. Our regiment
was

ordered to feel its way cautiously along the edge of the

Woods at the right

of the open field, to a road leading from the

bridge directly down the river.


on reaching the

C o l . G r a y led the advance, and

road we marched within some three hundred

yards of the bridge. It w as then filled with the


over, and a large body on this side were waiting
r

nity to cross.

enemy passing
their opportu

A t the same time their forces in the earthworks

on the other side kept up a most terrific fire on our troops.

bridge was

This

now their last hope, and they were prepared to de

fend it with desperation.


" A t this moment, colonel Gray, seeing the situation, ordered
a ''charge," with a voice that inspired new courage, and he,

leading the

way, musket in hand, the regiment charged with ir

resistible impetuosity, though exposed to a galling fire from the


opposite bank.

They reached the bridge, cutting off five hundred

of the enemy, who surrendered.

Our gallant colonel, the color-

bearer, and two other officers, were first upon the bridge, and
planted the regimental colors upon it amidst a most severe fire
by the enemy. A t this moment of victory, the colonel was struck
in the left breast b y a ball from the enemy; turned instantly,
walked a few steps, and fell into the arms of some of his officers,
who assisted him, with sad hearts, to the rear. He lived {wo
hours, then closed his eyes on the scenes of battle but not withont the assurance that his own intrepid bearing had contributed
largely to the brilliant success that crowned the day. Brave
officers and men, whose hearts were as steel in the presence of
. the foe, ,wept as though their " hearts were waters, and their
eyes a fountain of tears." In his fall, his country has to lament
the loss of one of her most talented, brave, and self-sacrificing
%

<w ^ ' ^ y ^ Cot. Gray, war was a reality. In his last letter to his
Deo* 5, 1862, he wrote: " I leave to-day for
fcotiv and arduous service. If the
fibaEl hope to have leave to visit yon

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FIRST JJ9HUAL RBPOET Of TBS

endeavored faithfully to discharge my duty to my country/' He


did full, nobly and honorably, and his country will remember
him.
The remains of Col. Gray were conveyed from Kinston to
Newborn, under escort, and were received at the latter place
with more than usual attention. A lady, writing from Newbern,
under date of Dec. 17th, says: All officers of any distinction
remaining in Newborn, came as mourners and pall bearers, to
gether with live companies of infantryall that could be spared
from guard, it was a solemn sight when the procession passed
with all that remained of the young hero, wrapped in his coun
try's ilag, borne by the loving hands of perfect strangers. The,
ceremony on the boat was very touching, the soldiers all in aline
to receive the body. The chaplain of the regiment, who accom
panied the remains, made a short address, thanking those in com
mand, and all was over/' The funeral at Warrensburgh was
conducted according to the ancient rites of the masonic order, of
which t he deceased was a member; and notwithstanding the un
favorable weather, a large concourse of people from the adjoin
ing towns was in attendance.
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JOSEPH A N I O I N E VKJUIER OE MONTEIL, Lieutenant

Colonel

53d

Regiment .V. Y. S. J\, was born in France, at Toulon, department


of Vas, on the 14th of June, 1818. His father, Vincent Barthelemy Viguier, was a captain in the marine artillery. His
'mother's name is Josephine de Monteil. Both families are very
ancient and were once very wealthy; but, as were many others,
were ruined during the revolution of 1793. Yet the lieutenant
colonel's father was still in very good circumstances when ho
married. He had seen a great deal of active service, was made
a prisoner of war at Trafalgar, and taken to England, from
whence he managed to escape with several other prisoners, ^fte;
turned to France, he married. He had thirteen childrenthe
eldest was the lieutenant colonel. Two only are living now,
daughters ; one is in Paris with her mother, the other in TouloBThe education of the lieutenant colonel was made in t)ta
leges of Toulon and Lorient. He always
^
in mathematics, for which be had a great taste*. B U JMh$!
tined him for the navy, but be preferred artilhny, and
his father's regiment. He crossed the Atlantl
go to the French colonies
Uiw^f^^^^^,

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CHIEF Of T H E BUREAU OF MILITARY STATISTICS.


artillery is usually garrisoned.

In 1838 he went to Mexico with

the expedition of A d m i r a l Baudin and Prince de Joinviile, and


fought

at

the

attack of San Juan d'Ulloa.

He became first

lieutenant, and was to be raised to the rank of captain when the


revolution of 1848 broke out.

Then, without thinking of his

military career, he came to Paris and mixed with politics.

An

ardent and devoted republicana lover of freedom, which he


always advocated, he could not think that it would he considered
a crime, and that a revolution, saluted by so many with tears of
enthusiasm, would so soon be confiscated to the profit of one man;
that under a government called republican, republicans would bo
hunted like enemies, imprisoned, exiled.

When the

"coiipde

etat" of 1851 broke out, Viguier de Monteil, who had been living
in Paris ever since 1848, fought in the streets against the new
despotism that wanted to stifle liberty again.

Every one knows

the history of, that last revolution, when a handful of resolute


men kept three days in check the armies of the President, who
thought himself lost for a time, and whose carriages were in readi
ness to take him away from that city which dared to revolt against
his good will.

But even courage and enthusiasm have a term.

Men are but men, and, when after three days of hard fighting*
the heroes of the barricades found themselves abandoned by their
friends, exhausted, and without ammunition, they had to give up
i n despair.
not

Some were taken prisoners, and many of them were

*een afterwards; some, but very few, were happy enough to

escape.
Lientenant Colonel V i g u i e r de Monteil, managed to hide him

self at first, bnt was found and arrested; he would probably have
paid, with his life for his love of liberty, if, by dint of exertions, a
friend had not found means to free him.

The gaols were then so

full of prisoners that it was almost impossible to know who they


Vere^ee great was the confusion. T h e friend in question, who was
& ladyo did so much that she had the good fortune to obtain his ex
amination before the proofs of his culpability reached the judge,
* ^ tewis apt free* T w o days after they tried again to arrest
Ijiis itine he was safe, and three months later his friends
ImmMn^him See to Belgium, where he was not allowed
whieh he left for London. T h e n commenced for
^/facile, whofindehimself in a foreigu land,
i^km^M$cmntryi<>{ bis friends, and

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FIRST A N N U A L RRPOKI O F T O T

prey of the wicked,


murdered.

No one

ferings which tear


unable to fight any

and its

slandered, ruined, exiled?


can realize the bitter pangs, the dreadful suf
a man's heart at such a sight, when he is
more against tyranny. T h e young girl wt$
defenders

had been happy enough to secure the liberty of Viguier de Mon

marry
they were

teil, and who was then his betrothed, came to London to


him, in spite of the unwillingness of his parents, and
united in marriage on the 25th of December, 1852.

Abandoned

both by their families, they had to struggle against misfortune;


but G o d and their mutual love sustained them.

A brother of his

wife, who had been living in New Orleans for a number of years,
wrote to engage them to come to this country, where the

exile

finds a homewhere all those who have intelligence and energy


can livewhere all are equal and free.

They left London for

New Y o r k on the 8th of May, 1853, and arrived on the 13th of


June.

were
go south

Yellow fever was raging in New Orleans when they

ready to start for that place, and they decided not to


before winter.

T h e y never went.

It is then that began

Viguier de Monteil the real life of the poor emigrant.

for

T h a t man,

who had never known manual labor, refined and accustomed to

his hands; he
worked at the Crystal Palace, then afterwards learned the trade
of a printer, and was occupied in a printing office during a whole
winter. A t last he succeeded in finding a situation in a school;
he subsequently went to Newport, R . I., where he stayed about
two years as a teacher of French and mathematics. Bad days
were over for h i m ; when he returned to New York, he had
enough of friends to be certain to make an honorable living by
teaching, and when the rebellion broke out, he had a very fine
the best society, did not disdain to work with

position.

A t the first news of the great rebellion, his old military spirit
revived, for he was born a soldier. Moreover, he loved devotedly
this country where he had found the realization of all -his dreams
of liberty. T h e position of lieutenant colonel of a regiaont,
then in formation, was tendered to him and he aooeptsd ft e&tte
8th of August, 1861. From that date he work** day*aad n i g h t
for the welfare of that regiment. It i t not Wiofisiwi/ t h l l Sli
extended reference should be niad* to the ^
regiment. There are differenoe* of opinion ~
^
*
*******
dnct in many particulars, and M y tMimm*\
v

XnSW t)F

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in <a sketch of this character would more properly belong else


where. It i believed, however, that no reproach has ever been
attached to Lieut. Col. Viguier de Monteil. H e felt too deeply the
responsibility resting upon him as a Frenchman to do aught that
would be a reproach to his nationality.
When General Burnside's expedition left Annapolis in January,
1862, the regiment was sent away, and the ltoutenant colonel ob

tained

leave

to volunteer in

the expedition.

H i s old military

spirit and sense of honor suffered of the shafne inflicted on the


regiment to which he belonged, and from that moment he resolved
to die or to prove that he was not to be involved with those men
who only sought money or military honors.

His letters to his

wife are full of regrets and hopes; regrets that a regiment re


garded as French should be so disgraced; hopes of redeeming
its honor by some action of eclat.

Life was nothing to him ; love

for this country, enthusiasm for its cause, were the only senti
ments that animated his soul.

On the morning of the battle of

Roanoke (February 8, 1862), he landed with the 9th

regiment,

N. Y . S. V . (Hawkin's Zouaves), armed with a carbine, and de

termined to
as Gen.

fight as a private.

H e refused to serve in the staff,

Burnside wanted him to do, and declined to command

the left wing of the 21st Regiment, Mass. Volunteers, whose lieu
tenant colonel commanding ( A . C . Maggi) was his friend. No,"
said he to him, I hold my commission from New Y o r k State, I
will go with a New Y o r k Regiment" He wanted to merit his
grade and %> show his disinterestedness. After having fought
for some timffat the first rank of the 9th, he fell dead, struck
by a bullet which penetrated his brain, whilst urging his men to
advance and to charge.
At the time of the death of lieutenant colonel Viguier de Mon
teil, the newspapers were full of his praises, and his widow re
ceived so many marks of sympathy that, if such a sorrow as the
loss of a beloved husband couid be healed, it would have been.
Lieut CoL Viguier de Monteil was not only the good patriot,
tJ|e sincere republican and the brave soldier I describe, he was
fgi Opright and a kind man, so honest that one might almost say
W
And so kind that he could write to
A *k.v.
. -^yf^^^^i^
recommending his wife, in case he
' tit0if
Wined any one, and I did good when*
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die without fear, tranquil and hopeful, only regretting to leave


my wife alone, and not to see the triumph of the good cause."

Many good men have sealed with their blood their love for this
land, but none were more truly devoted to it.

The country which

can show to the world such heroes as those who died in this war,
is a great country, and has nothing to fear from the tyrants of
Europe, were they all to unite to crush this republic.

Love of

freedom is the greatest school for soldiers, and enthusiasm cre


ates armies.

AMOS HUMISTON, Sergeant

Co. C , 154th

Regiment

N.

Y. S.

V.,

was born in Owego, Tioga county, N . Y . , on the 24th of A p r i l ,


<1!t

1830, and was the son of Ambrose and Mary (Bronson) Humis
ton.

lie received a common school education, and learned the

trade of" a harness maker, at which he was employed, for some


time at Candor, Tioga county, where he married Philinda B . Ensworth, by whom he had three children.

Inheriting the blood of

his grandfather, who was killed in the

service of his country

during the war of 1812, he volunteered as a private in company


C, 154th ST. Y . volunteers, at Portville, N . Y . , on the 17th July,
18G2.

l i e was subsequently promoted fifth corporal and orderly

sergeant; was with his company in the actions at Chancellorville and Gettysburg, and ft 11 mortally wounded in the
last named.

action

With barely sufficient strength for that purpose, he

crawled to a friendly tree, and, taking from his pocket an ambrotype likeness of his three children, fixed his dying (gaze Upon
ttfj

them and passed from the field of carnage to the jpesence of his

was still
firmly grasped in his hand; but beyond that likeness there WAS
nothing showing his name or that indicated that he had friends,
or the number of the company or regiment to which he belonged.
The picture, and the f a d s connected with it, came to the hands
of D r . Bourne, of Philadelphia, through whoso exertions it was
identified and the name of the noble dead ajpcertai^ie|l,
,, *
Creator.

When found, the likeness of his children

A B R A H A M DENNISTON,

private Co.

G,

With fygynent ^JVt ' I V

day of January, l$xt, in the t o ^


New Windsor, Orange county, N.
known as L i Hie Britain, and adjoining the 'ni3t'
James Clinton. His parents, who i r ^ bothlr
Denniston and Fanny Dennitton, $ 1 $ a n '
V. was born on the 16th
t

Y.,mt)ftf^^

&

quilt* 0HTH8 BUBBAD 6* MDUtTABT STATISTICS.

the father's

side,

came from the

33

county of Longford, i n Ireland,

in the year 1735, in company with Col. Charles Clinton and John
Y d u n g , who all settled in Little Britain, where some of their de
scendants now reside.

Their maternal ancestors were English,

and settled on L o n g Island soon after the occupancy of New


Y o r k by that government, and from thence removed into that
part of Cornwall, now Blooming Grove, which is adjacent to the
village of Washingtonville.
Abraham Denniston resided with his parents at Little Britain,
attending the common schools of that place, until the year 1838,
when they removed to the village of Nmvburgh, where he attended
the academy, then under the charge of the late Nathaniel S. Prime.
H e continued under the tuition of M r . Prime for several years.
After leaving the academy he. entered the store of Charles S.
Slauson, as clerk, in which capacity he remained until 1846, when
he left Newburgh for the town of Prattsburgh, in Steuben coun
ty, to take charge of an estate belonging to his father in that
town.

Here he was joined by his parents in 1848, and continued

to reside with them until he entered the service of the United


States as a volunteer in the 107th regiment, N . Y . V .

years previous

F o r two

he had been in i l l health, and the winter of 1860

he spent in the city of Philadelphia, under the care of a phy


sician from whom he received material relief, and returned in the

spring convalescent, though not restored to good health.


The secession and the rebellion of the south, rendering it im
perative on the north to appeal to arms in order to enforce the
laws of the government and to preserve the Union, induced many
patriotic young men to volunteer, and to aid, as far as in their
power, tfie restoration of law and order in the insurrectionary
districts. Among those who answered in 1862, the call of the
government, was the subject of this memoir. Although ho was
not in rugged health, he felt under obligations to the government
under which he had lived from childhood and been protected and
educated, to join the army for its defence. Said he to his pa
rents, " I can do something for my country in this time of her
daligei:, asid what little I can do, I do not feel at liberty to reM^pf^ikMipe suggested that he could get an office No,
shall n6f* Wait for thatthe country wants soldiers;
e* |$**te and do my duty there. There is
duty in the ranks, and my country can
M
And in
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accordance with this resolution, he enlisted at Elmira, i n the


county of Chemung, N . Y . , on the sixth day of August, 1862, to
serve for the period of three years.

A t the time of bib enlist

ment he was thirty-five years old, was 6 feet 10 J inches high,


fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair, and of spare habit.
He joined company G , as a private, under the command of Cap
tain John I. Laman, 107th regiment, commanded by Col. R. B . V a n
Valkenburgb.

T h i s regiment received orders to march to the

seat of war, and left E l m i r a for Washington, August 9th, 1862.


Upon the arrival at Washington it was ordered aoross the Poto
mac to Arlington, where it encamped for some time.

It was here

that the only drill and preparation for active service was afforded
the men composing the regimenta fitting place for such pur
pose.

In sight of the capitol and surrounded iby the heights of

Arlington, they had sufiicient'incentives to learn and to perform


the service before them.

Their drill was of short duration.

The tide of war rolled northward from Richmond; McClellan


was driven across the peninsula to the James river; Banks was
compelled to retreat towards the Potomac; Pope was forced
back upon Washington, and the rebel hosts swept onward into
Maryland, threatening Baltimore and Pennsylvania.

A massing

of the loyal forces became necessary, and every regiment was


ordered to raovo for that purpose.
Abraham Denniston marched with the 107 th from Arlington to
Rockville, in Maryland, thence to Frederic, through Middletown
to Ant let am, where they arrived upon the battle-field with

the

T h i r d Wisconsin regiment, and went immediately into the conteat.

F o r seven hours they l a y in support of a battery, and

the bayonet
and wbtstM

when the rebels charged upon it, they were met with
and driven back, while the shot and shell icieamed
either way over their heads.

Thus

paissd

the day, until tb#

rebels were driven back at all points, and on?; trocpa lay upon

forward in the
and tk#; r^tr^aiing 9ba)%
at Anttstaj^. mnittg

their arms all night, expecting to be ordered;


morning.

B u t the order came not,

who were plunging across the ford

other down, as i n a stampede of cattle,


. l a y i n g epon the battle-field;
took cold and was afflicted; with;
but he continued i n
m^rat encstnped

beifjg/too

thr4n|^onfe(|^
uhmtmtim

active serf!**,

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clerk and book-keeper for the brigade-surgeon, Dr. Flood.


He went with the regiment to Maryland Heights, where he remained until the latter part of December, and then to Fairfax
station. On the march to the latter place, he was very much

tailed as

troubled with

reduced

chronic dysentery " and

kidney affection," which

him so much that he was acFvised to apply for a furlough

to return home and recruit his health.

As the regiment

was

about marching to Aquia creek, he went to a hospital at Wash


ington, and at the same time applied for leave to return home.
T h i s application was subjected to the usual official routine.

It

was made on the 31st D e c , approved by Capt. Laman, J a n . 8, by


the colonel, J a n . 9, by commander of brigade, Jan. 10. by com

mander of division, J a n . 12, by major-general


referred to general hospital, J a n . 17, returned
turn was effected by transmission through all

of corps, Jan. 13,


Jan. 18.

The re

the officers named

in succession, and took as many days as was consumed in for


warding it, and when it finally reached Capt. Laman, Abraham
Dennsston had

He died

taken leave of all things in the present world.

in Odd Fellows H a l l Hospital, at Washington, D. C , on

5th of February, 1863.

H i s body was embalmed and placed in

charge of L i e u t Harvey G . Denniston, of the same regiment (his


brother), and^oonveyed to the residence of his father in P i t t s
burgh, where the funeral was held on the 19th of February.
In concluding this brief memoir, the testimony of Capt. Laman
may not

be inappropriate.

Under date of Feb. 16, 1863,

that

officer writes: "His correct manner of doing business, his integ


rity, and his amiable deportment, rendered him indispensable to
Dr Flood, among the sick. While connected with my company,
he Was universally esteemed for his good qualities, and highly
respected by his brother soldiers for his moral character. H e
Was a brave soldier, passing through one of the bloodiest battles
of the present war with the least apparent fear, and without
h a n a i Beyond my expectations, he endured our long and weary
|toiNA>tlireg^i Maryland without the least word of complaint,
<''^^lAMtiOB^far f^i^oov^red - it wore heavily on his too slender const i.
"^Mf^^ Iffl^ft Us death was announced to my company it seemed
f^ff^jV. j^fltyntlftrTtf alt their spirits th*t another brave soldier
' " *' t*c to bis aWi rest"
tkJi,f

Thomasjlurrsy, of Troy, N. Y., was

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this country by bis parents at an early age.

At the outbreak of

the war, he was a resident of Pittsburgh, Pa., where he was em


ployed as a puddler in one of the iron foundries of that city.
He enlisted in the 3d Pennsylvania cavalry, on the 8th of August,
1861, for three years; was^nade corporal on the 15th August,
1862, and has already faithfully served in thirty-five engagements
with the enemy, v i z . : at Lewinsville, Yorktown, Williamsburgh,
New Kent Court House,

Bottom's

Bridge, Charles City Cross

Roads, Malvern H i l l , Antietam, Shepardstown, UpperviDe, Pied


mont,

Orleans, Waterloo, Amesville,

Newman's Cross Roads,

Hartwick Church, Kelly's F o r d , Brandy Station,

Stevensburgh,

Aldie, Upperville, Poplar Springs, Gettysburg,

Emmettsburg,

Leitersburgh, Shepardstown, Hazel River, Culpepper, R a p i d a n Station, Occoquan Creek, and New Hope Church.

H e was taken

prisoner at Hartwick Church, near Warrentown, Nov. 26, 1862,


and was in Richmond fourteen days; but with that exception
was never absent from duty until wounded in action at Nei^ Hope
Church, Nov. 29, 1863, and the nature of this wound, and

his

wonderful endurance under its effects, are worthy of especial


record.

His story is a brief one, and was related

to the writer

with much modesty and diffidence.

than
that common to the service. Our regiment formed part of Averill's Brigade, and has been almost constantly on duty. Though
exposed in many engagements, 1 escaped unhurt, although a ball
passed through my cap at Chancellorville, and cut off a portion
of my hair. A t Hartwick Church, I was taken prisoner, and
was on short rations in Richmond prison for fourteen days, when
I was exchanged and returned to my regiment.
' In the engagement at Mine Run, on the 29th Nov., 1863, I
was struck by a conical ball of about an ounce weight, which
passed in on the left side of my nose and penetrated my skull.
At the time I was struck I did not fall, but as soon as the blood
gushed out I grew faint and laid down ort the ground, where I
lost a large quantity of blood. I was taken up and placed in an
ambulance; and conveyed some eight miles'to
ment, where my wound was dressed on the second
ceiving it. From thence I *
Fairfax Seminary, V s . , where
An examination of my
to attempt the rkmfoi
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and was effected with much difficulty.

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T h e surgeon put his fin

ger in the hole and was able to touch the head of the ball and
ascertain its location.

Forceps were then inserted, but so firmly

was the ball imbedded that the instrument repeatedly slipped


off and came out with its grooves filled v.ith lead.

A s a last

resort the forceps were fixed and ihe handles wired firmly to
gether, and by a strong pull the ball was removed.
*\The ball in its course did not injure my teeth or my hearing,
and the wouud is now rapidly healing.

I shall return to my

regiment when my present furlough expires."


The case is thus attested by Geo. S. Bennett, Acting Assistant
Surgeon, U . S. A . , of Fairfax Seminary hospital:
" Allow me to introduce to you Corporal Patrick Murray, of
Co. G , 3d Penn. Vols,, who is a New Y o r k man, and has friends
residing in Troy.
" C o r p . Murray was wounded at the battle of Mine Run, V a . ,
Nov. 29, 1863, and was admitted into this hospital Dec. 5, 1863.
On the day following his admission, a council of surgeons de
r

cided that the ball (which. w as lodged very near the base of the
brain, having entered at the left side of the nose and penetrated
to the depth of five inches) must be removed.

Accordingly he

was placed under the influence of chloroform, and the operation


performed by Surgeon D . P. Smith, our surgeon in charge.

The

operation was a very tedious and severe one, owing to the depth
of the ball and its being so completely impacted in the bones at
the

base of the skull, and requiring great skill to avoid injury

to important organs.

After almost superhuman efforts the ball

was extractedthe time occupied in the operation being one hour

and a quarter* It was a Minie b ^ l of the largest size.

The

wound has healed readily, and he is now able to go home on fur


lough. Another fact of interest in regard to this man is, that,
according to entries upon his descriptive list, he has passed
through thirty-jive battle with his regiment."
Corp. Murray called at the Bureau of Military Statistics, on
the 9th of February, 1864. H i s personal appearance is that of
j% true soldier. Courage and endurance predominate in his |>hyM* conversation is that of a simple-minded and
j

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FIRST ANNUAL REPORT OF TH

HISTORIES

OF REGIMENTS A N D OTHER ORGA


NISATIONS.

A t an early period in the organization of the Bureau, a blank


form was prepared embracing inquiries upon every essential point
connected with the origin

formation and services erf regiments

and other military organizations raisedwitbin the State of New


Y o r k for service under the Federal Government.

It was not de

signed to include in these inquiries the partial details already


subjects of record in the military departments o f the State, but
rather to collect, in systematic form an account of the formation
r

of these organizations^ together with their record after they had


left the State, and were no longer under its control.
These inquiries embraced the nnmber synonym, place o f ory

ganization, the name and location of the camp where organized,


circumstances attending formation, and aid received as gifts or
bounties, presentation of flags and testimonials? facts concerning
inspection and mustering into the service of the United States,
assignment to brigades divisions and corps, with the names of
y

generals commanding, services of officers acting by local or pro


visional appointment, by detail, or by virtue of rank, in positions
to which they did not ordinarily belong, facts concerning sup-?
plies of arms, clothing and camp equipage, and a full account o f
the marches and services of the regiment or battery, the battles
and

skirmishes in which engaged, and statistical summaries of

casualties by companies.

T%e returns, i f complete, would fur

nish the dates of all important events, the numerical strength at


stated intervals; and, collectively, the aggregate force in service
from this State, the number of recruits received and losses sus
tained, and the sanitary condition and general eiUfciency ef regi
ments throughout their terms of service.

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-1 -

A blank was also prepared of similar scope, adapted t frfrfc*


teries and detached companies, to be used c b M
the statistics of cavalry, artillery, s h a i ? H A * t f e i * t ^ ' fitjirfjpif^:
as these companies may severally have e * | p ( g | 5 K |
themselves, from the fact that

th&ydtom 4 f i l 9 $ g

the regiment to which they belong.

Tbe# blanks heve baen

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dons, without infringing upon the rules

that the

39

W a r Department

saw proper to make i n reference to the collection of statistics.


These rules of the war office were occasionedjb^ a consideration
of the risks incurred of the capture of the returns by the enemy
during the period of active field operations, thereby affording
them important intelligence.

But no instance has occurred in

which the General Government has, in the slightest degree, been


embarrassed by this Bureau in this regard.
Quite a number of returns have been received from officers to
whom these blanks were sent, while the care and labor involved
i n their preparation have delayed others that are- known to be
in course of preparation.

Histories of several of the returned

regiments have been written out from material furnished the Bu


reau, and it was intended to present a number of these in this
report, but upon reading them carefully over, with personn
familiar with the subject, with a view to entire accuracy, points
were raised upon which further information was desirable, and
the intention of including them now was, with one exception,
reluctantly abandoned.
Circulars were prepared to be issued to regimental surgeons
and

chaplains, embracing inquiries upon subjects of historical

interest naturally coming within the sphere of their professional


observations, and have been used to some extent.
In several instances the returns have been sufficiently exact to

enable us

to trace the route of the regiment from day to day upon

a map

throughout its whole term of service.

to add

that the inquiries are made with the view of obtaining

the

A n d it is proper

movements of all the regiments from this State with this

same degree of fullness. A series of maps representing the


marches, encampments and battles of the several regiments would
possess great historical interest, and there is every reason to be
lieve that the materials now being collected will afford data for
such a vohame.
? f T h e following history of the 18th Regiment, is inserted in this
report, net on account of any merit which it may possess over
regiments, but because i t was most convenient, as presentad full narrative that might be advantageously
c e r s a l ^ u t to prepare similar histories of their
!^\$$eegtioii of the statistical summaries not
-rded^
& i r average of detail that
^ ^

>

^ | p ^ s sn4 organisations:
bam

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BOSTER

OF T H E E I G H T E E N T H

REGIMENT,

NEW YORK

S T A T E VOLr*

UNTEER M I L I T I A .
Field

and

Stajf.

Colonels
William A . Jackson
William II. Young
George R . Myers

May 13, 1 8 6 1 . . . .
Nov. 11, 1 8 6 1 . . . .
A u g . 14, 1 8 6 2 . . . .

Died, November 11, 1861.


Resigned.
Returned with regiment.

Lieutenant Colonels
William H . Young
George R . Myers
John C. Maginnis

Majors

May 1 3 , 1 8 6 1 . . . .
N o v . 11, 1 8 6 1 . . . .
A u g . 14, 1 8 6 2 . . . .

Promoted to colonel.
Promoted to coionel.
Returned with regiment.

May 13, 1 8 6 1 . . . .
Nov. 11,1861....
A u g . 14, 1 8 6 2 . . . .

Promoted to lieutenant ooloi\el.


Promoted to lieutenant colonel.
Returned with regiment.

May 14, 1 8 6 1 . . . .
Aug. 19,1861....

Resigned, August 10, 1861.


Returned with regiment.

George R . Myers
John C. Maginnis . . . .
W m . Seward Gridley

Surgeons
James L . Van Ingen
Nathan P . Rice

Assistant Surgeons
Alexander A . Edmeston
John H . Bartholf
Frank J . Mattimore

May 14, 1861


Oct. 21, 1 8 6 2 . . . .
A u g . 11, 1 8 6 2 . . . .

Reg. surgeon 92d N . Y . V .


Returned with regiment.
Returned with regiment.

May 1 4 , 1 8 6 1 . . . .
July 31, 1862

Resigned.
Reappointed.

M a y 17, 1 8 6 1 . . . .
A u g . 2, 1 8 6 2 . . . .

Died of wounds, October 1, 1862.


Returned with regiment.
Acting adjutant.

W i l l i a m H . Horsfall

May 14,1861

Resigned, Sopteraber 18, 1861.

W i l l i a m Russell, 3r\

Sept. 21, 1 8 6 1 . . . .

Chaplains
Alfred A . Farr (Meth. E p . ) . . . .

Adjutants
John H . Russell
E . Nott Schermerhorn*
Henry E . M u n g e r . . . . '

Quartermasters

'

Line

Officers.

Captains
AWnii
Seward Gridley . . . .
Daniel Daley}
BJohn Hastings
Robert Malone
CHenry Wiltso
* A . Barclay Mitchell
DJohn C . Maginnis
George Barry
Roswell M . Sayer
EStephen Truax
William Horsfall
t t m

Johu Vedder

A p r i l 22, 1 8 6 1 . . . .
A u g . 14, 1 8 6 2 . . . .
A p r i l 24, 1 8 6 1 . . . .
Sept. 8, 1 8 6 2 . . . .
A p r i l 25, 1 8 6 1 . . . .
Oct. 19, 1 6 1 . , . .
April 30, 1861....
No?. U , 1861....
June 26, 1862....
May 2,1861;...
Dee. 27,1861..

Promoted to major.
*
Discharged, February 26, 1S63,
Promoted to lieut. colonel 113th V*,
Returned with regiment.
Disunited.
...<.,Returned with regiment.
Promoted to major.
Killed a* Gaines* Hill, June 27.
'
Returned with regitatnt,
^
Reeigaed. <
\
?
K M e e ^ C m j t o * RMV ftft

' Sept. 26, 1S6S....

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FJohn, Lawless
Michael H . Donovan
GHenry Faurot
H-HPeter Hogan.
Theodore C . Rogers
John Mooney
I W i l l i a m G . Weed.
.
Thomas J . Radcliff

, A p r i l 22, 1 8 6 1 . . . .
M a y 2, 1 8 6 1 . , . .
M a y 7> 1 8 6 1 . . . .
May 7, 1 8 6 1 . . . .
N o v . 6, 1 8 6 1 . . . .
. . . June 27, 1 8 6 2 . . . .
A p r i l 20, 1 8 6 1 . . . .
May 10, 1 8 6 1 . . . .

Resigned.
Returned with regiment.
Resigned, J u l y 21, 1862.
Resigned.
K i l l e d at Gaines* H i l l , June 27, >62.
Returned with regiment*
Resigned.
Dismissed by G . 0.* J a n . 13, 1862.

June 14, 1 8 6 2 . . . .

Reappointedreturned with reg't.

May 12,1861....
Aug. 4,1861...,
Oct.
1, 1 8 6 2 . . . .

Resigned.
Resigned.
Resigued, January 19, 1863.

K D a v i d L . Bartlett
Albert S. Seeley
Horatio G . Goodno

First Lieutenants
ADaniel Daley
A p r i l 22, 1 8 8 1 . . . . Promoted to captain.
Henry E . Munger
A u g . 14, 1 8 6 2 . . . . Returned with regiment.
BAlexander R . W a n d s . . . . . . . A p r i l 24, 1 8 6 1 . . . . Resigned.
W i l l i a m B . Purdy
J u l y 18, 1862
Returned with regiment.
CJohn W . Birmingham
A p r i l 25, 1 8 6 1 . . . . Resigned.
A . Barclay Mitchell
June 1 4 , 1 8 6 1 . . . . Resigned.
John Mooney
Oct. 1 9 , 1 8 6 1 . . . . Promoted to captain.
Solomon W . Russell, J r . . . . A p r i l 22, 1862.... Roturned with regiment.
DGeorge Barry
A p r i l 30, 1 8 6 1 . . . . Promoted to captain.
Roswell M . Sayer
Nov. 1 1 , 1 8 6 1 . . . . Promoted to captain.
John S. K i n g
June 26, 1 8 6 2 . . . . Returned with regiment.
E W i l l i a m Horsfall.
May 2, 1 8 6 1 . . . . Promoted to captain.
John Vedder
Dec. 27, 1 8 6 1 . . . . Promoted to captain.
Alfred Truax
Sept. 20, 1 8 6 2 . . . . Returned with regiment.
FEdward Fisher
A p r i l 22, 1861 . . . . Dismissed by court martial.
John M . Derapsey
. M a r . 25, 1862.... Returned with regiment.
GJames H . Morgan
May 7,1861....
Resigned.
Djaac S. Green
Sept. 30, 1 8 0 1 . . . . Resigned, August 8, 1862.
Alfred M . Chessmore
Nov. 2, 1 8 6 2 . . . . Returned with regiment.
H.Theodore C . Rogers
May 7 , 1 8 6 1 . . . . Promoted to captain.
W i l l i a m E . Carmichael
Nov. 6,1861....
Resigned.
Thomas S. L i n e
;
J u l y 16, 1 8 6 2 . . . . Returned with regiment.
I M i c h a e l A . Nolan
A p r i l 20, 1 8 6 1 . . . . Kosigned.
George Chapman
May 10, 1 8 6 1 . . . . Resigned.
James Chalmers
J a n . 15, 1 8 6 3 . . . . Returned with regiment.
KAlbert 8. Seeley ,
M a y 12, 1 8 6 1 . . . . Promoted to captain.
Horatio G. Goodno*
Aug. 4 , 1 8 6 1 . . . . Promoted to captain.
Freeman J . Huntington . . . . Oct.
1, 1 8 6 2 . . . . Returned with regiment.

Second Lieutenants
AEdward W. Groot
Henry E . M a n g e r . . . . . . . . . .
Joceph Strank
B~*Monimore L . F . Norton....
George N . Goodno
0~anel LeUh....
fe^^

"frfNptg^

April 22, 1 8 6 1 . . . . Resignedadjutant 134th V .


Deo. 1 4 , 1 8 6 1 . . . . Promoted to 1st lieutenant.
Aug. 14, 1 8 6 2 . . . . Returned with regiment.
April 24, 1 S 6 1 . . . . Resigneddetailed to Co. G .
Oct. 24, 1 6 6 2 . . . . Returned with regiment.
April 25, 1 6 6 1 . . . . Resigned.
*2 1 8 6 2 . . . .

Returned with regiment.

1S61....

Promoted to lit lieutenant.

A ^ a 4 i r t ^ i P ^ ' - > ^ * ^ r ^
Ih M M . * . .
""""

* io*i . . .

Promote* to eaptain Co. B.


Pmatnted to let lieutenant.

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FIRST ANNUAL REPORT OF TO!

FJohn 0 . Mooncy
John M . Dempasy
John W . Farr
0 William H . Ellis, J r
George N . Goodno
H W i l l i a m E . Oarmichael
Thomas S. Lane
Rodney S. Vedder.
1 Charles W . Heald
James Chalmers
J ofin II. Marvin
KHoratio G . Goodno
Edward M . F i l l e y ,
Arthur M . Grant

HISTORICAL

A p r i l 22, 1861.*..
Oct. 19,1861.....
Mar. 25, 1 8 6 2 . . . .
May 7,1861..*.

Promoted to let lieutenant Co. C*


Promoted to let lieutenant.
Returned with regiment.
Resigned,fromwounderee'dSept. 14
Detailed from Oo. B., ret'd with reg.
Promoted to let lieutenant.
Promoted to 1st lieutenant.
Acting quartermaster.
Resigned, October, 1861.
Promoted to 1st lieutenant*
Returned with regiment.
Promoted to 1st lieutenant.
Promoted to ass't Q. M . , June 9, 62.
Returned with regiment.

M a y 7, 1 8 6 1 . . . .
Nov. 6 , 1 8 6 1 . . . .
J u l y 16, 1 8 6 2 . . . .
A p r i l 20, 1 8 6 1 . . . .
Nov. 5,1861....
J a n . 15, 1 8 6 3 . . . .
May 12,1861....
A u g . 4, 1 8 6 1 . . . .
June 27, 1 8 6 2 . . . .

SKETCH OF THE EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT,


STATE VOLUNTEER MILITIA.

NEW

YORK

This regiment was formed at Albany, from companies previ*


ously organized in the localities where they were enlisted, and
chiefly in the following places :
Company A , at Schenectady, Schenectady county.
Company B, at Albany, Albany county.
Company C, at Fishkill, Dutchess county.
^

Company D , at Middletown, Orange county.


Company E , at Schenectady, Schenectady county.
Company F , at Albany, Albany county.
Company G, at Canandaigua, Ontario county.
Company H , f at Albany, Albany county.
Company I, at Albany, Albany county.
Company K , at Ogdensburgh, St. Lawrence county.
The regiment was accepted on the 11th as a rifle regiment, and
the field and staff were elected and commissioned on the 14th of

the service of the United


States on May 17th, at Albany, by Captain (now General) Frank
Wheaton. The regiment was not first sworn into the State ser
vice, although several of its companies were accepted between
A p r i l 22d and the time of mustering into the Federal service.
When accepted, the regiment numbered 834 officers and men.
A stand of colors was presented to the regiment at the Industrial
School barracks, on the afternoon of June 1,1861, hy J&obh
,||
Werner, on behalf of the' ladies of Albany. ' f t i i f i H ^r^
largely def/ayed by Mrs. Franklm
which was the nationalflag,'bet*the ii^n^
them/' and upon the staff ^ f ^ v M ^ | " **' ^
May,

1861.

They were mustered into

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sented to the 18th Reg't, N . Y . S. Vols., Col. W m . A . Jackson, by


his lady friends of Albany, June 1, 1861." The staff and the red
stripes were replaced, after being some time in the service, but
the white and

blue portions of the original, remain in the flag

that, was brought home with the regiment, and deposited in the
Bureau of Military Statistics.
Before leaving Albany, the regiment received its clothing and
outfit, with the exception of its arms.

The quality of the first

lot of clothing was v^ry poor, but subsequent

issues from the

State were superior to the average issued by the United States


government.

The first overcoats of the men were grey and of

superior quality, but this was exchanged for the kind prescribed
by regulations.
On the 18th of June, the regiment w^nt down to New Y o r k ,
landed at Jersey city; received its arms, and at once continued
on to Washington by way of Philadelphia and Baltimore.

The

arms first issued were Enfield rifles, which were exchanged subse
quently at New Bridge, on the peninsula, for Springfield rifles.
(Cal. 58.)

No further changes of arms were made while in the

service, except to supply deficiencies.


A r r i v i n g at Washington late in the evening of June 20, they re

ported to Gen. Mansfield, and the next day were assigned a site
for a camp on Fourteenth street, on Meridian H i l l , opposite
Columbian college. They here received tents of the common " A
pattern, and began their first lessons of field life. Their first
encampment was named Camp Harris," in honor of Senator Ira
Harris, of Albany.
On the 4th of July, all the New Y o r k troops were reviewed by
the President and Gen. Scott.
They remained in .camp until July 12, when the regiment was
ordered to proceed to Alexandria, by way of the Potomac river.
Embarking upon the steamers they arrived at their destination,
and tl)6 game night encamped on the flats near Hunting creek, in
Jfcottt *}f Alexandria. On the day following they were brigaded
th tha Ittb, 31st and 8fd New York regiments, as a part of
^^Mp^^of-tibe 6th division, the brigade being commanded
^ ^ W 0 ^ . INt?$tf*t *nd. the division hy Col. Miles, of the
firat location in Virginia was named
i
to^ivoflh^
of New York.
againat the enemy, who were
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advanced stage, and on the 16th of J u l y the army marched from


their camps, near Alexandria.

T h e division under Col. Miles fol

lowed the Little River turnpike and old Bracldock road, and
bivouacked the first night near Anandale.
On the 17th, the regiment resumed the march, four

companies

(A, B, G and K ) being thrown forward as skirmishers, under L t .


Col. Y o u n g .

They had advanced in this manner but a short dis

tance, when a dropping fire was opened upon them, and a sharp
skirmish ensued, which continued
hours.

at intervals for about

four

The enemy proved to be the 5th Alabama regiment, who

retreated before the advancing columns of our troops, but kept


up a constant and liarrassing fire upon our skirmishers.
18th

lost two

killed aud

three wounded.

The

The killed were

Sergeant John Waterson, Co. A , and Sergeant John Allen of Co.


K.

Upon arriving at Fairfax Court-house, it was found that the

enemy had been driven out, and the regiment bivouacked for the
night.
On the

18th of J u l y , resumed the march at daylight, and.

reached Centerville in the afternoon.

Tho division here bivou

acked, and remained until daylight of the 21st,

when it was

ordered forward, and took a position near Blackburn's ford.

The

2d btigade was posted on the left, supporting Green's and Hunt's


batteries, (2d

U . S. artillery,) with the view of checking

advances of the enemy, in that direction.

any

F o u r companies, of

which two were from the 18th, and the others from a Massachu
setts regiment, were deployed under L t . Col, Young, and remained
in front while the command held this position.

remained
on this ground about two hours, when orders were received to
recall the skirmialters and proceed back upon the road in the
vicinity of a building used as a hospital, and there take a posi
tion to prevent a flank movement on the left. They were soon
afterwards ordered still further back to the crossing of the roa,ds,
where they remaiued until about 4 p. n, Several regiments
passed the 18th at this point, follower! by the battery* Col p^een
informing Col. Jackson that be had been left upon the fejd
out a support of any kind. The battery was, then .Bffl^TfjS&gi[
The battery opened lire about 7 A . M., and the troops

ammunition/having kept np an incessant .(ftp $J^$$B'J

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45

T h i s was on the crest of the liill

in Centerville, where earthworks were subsequently thrown up


by the enemy.
Lielit. Green in reporting an account of the events of the day,
says:

44

1 chose a position on the crest of a hill, which, from its

shape, gave command of the ground to our left, and also of the
road along which our division was retiring.

From

this'position

I could perfectly sweep with my fire 180 front, right and left,
down a gentle slope.

Four regiments were placed as my support,

and the force at this'point could have stopped double its number.
A t this point, an unauthorized person gave orders to retreat.
I refused

the order, but all my supporting regiments but one

(Col. Jackson, 18th N . Y . V . ) moved off to the rear.

Col. Jack

son most gallantly offered his regiment as a support, saying

that

it should remain by me as long as there was any fighting to be


done there.'
pearance

The above mentioned person again made his ap

at this time, and again

ordered me to retreat, and

ordered Col. Jackson to form column of division on my right and


retreat with me, as all was lost.

regarded, and

The order was of course dis- .

in about two minutes the head of a column of the

enemy's cavalry

came up at a run, opening out of the woods in

beautiful order.

I was prepared for it, and the column had not

gone more than a hundred yards out of the woods, before shells
were burst at their head and directly in their midst; they broke
in every direction, and no more cavalry came out of the woods."
At Centerville, Col. Richardson, acting as brigadier-general of
the 4th Brigade, 1st Division, assumed command of affairs. A n
attempt was made to rally the scattered regiments which was in
a measure accomplished. This ground was held quietly until
1 1 P. St., when orders were received to proceed to Fairfax Court
house. This place was rptched at 3 A. M., and after a halt of
thirty minutes the march was again resumed, and the regiment
arrived at its old camp on Hunting Creek at 11 A. M. of the 22d.
The return march was conducted in good order, and the 18th
fe^hieht lot no men on the expedition, excepting those killed,
dbd in the sMrmish when making the advance, and three
:lb9f''bii''tlia l i a t i " % detail of nine men was made from
in bringing off two brass howitzers that
irt of their men, and left with a lieupiecos Irere safely brought in to
;

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On the 23d, the regiment crossed

Hunting Creek to protect the

camp of the Garibaldi guard and 27th Pennsylvania, and on


25th they were ordered to report to Col. W . B . Franklin
andria.

the

in Alex

A new arrangement of regiments was made on the

4th

of August, and the 18th was brigaded with the 15th, 31st

and

32d N . Y . Vols., under Brigadier-General (late Colonel) Franklin.


On the, 23d of August, the camp was removed to the Leesburgh
turnpike, under Fort Dalhgren, and on the 27th a new site was
selected on the Leesburgh turnpike, and near the toll-gate southeast from Fairfax Seminary, which was named "Camp K i n g . "
Brigadier-General Newton assumed

command of the brigade

on the 25th of September, and Gen. Franklin became commander


of the division.

The regiment

was not transferred from

the

brigade in which it was now placed, during its two years term of
service.

A t a later period, and during the active field service of

1862-3, it formed a part of the 3d brigade, 1st division and 6th


corps.
Newton's brigade constructed F o r t W a r d

in

the

autumn and

early part of the winter of 1861, with aid derived from the
Maine regiment, who were temporarily assigned
brigade.

The 15th (engineers) were on the

5th

to duty in this
detached,

and their place was filled by Col. Goslings Zouave regiment, known

Penn. V o l s .
Towards the end of October, Col. Jackson was seized with an
illness, which assuming the form of a bilious intermittent fever,
proved fatal on the IIth of November. He had been removed
about a fortnight before his death to Washington, and eminent
professional aid was called, but without avail. His remains were
sent home in the care of Major Myers, and buried at Schenectady
on the 14th. They were escorted to the cars at Washington by
the regiment, and at Albany were receded by the military of the |>;
city. Lieut. Col. Young now succeeded to the command. V-.ml^JK
On the 11th of February, 1862, the regiment removed its camp
half a mile north to the Dangerfield premises, the buildings
occupied as head-quarters. The camp w a j v j p ^
orchard fronting the house, and the location ^aj^ in
spects, an improvement upon the old one, w h i ^ h*4 b
healthy from long occupation.. It r e o e i ^ J ^ ^ S | | | | j B
Jackson," in honor of the tota^s^i^el* " "
tents" were issued for the first t ^ to ffce
On the l')th of Marob,
as the 54th, and afterwards as the 95th

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Manassas, and the 18th, on this day, marched to Fairfax


Court House, where it remained t i l l the 14th, and then returned
to its old camp, which had been left standing. A r r i v e d at noon

towards

on the 15th, and remained till A p r i l 6th, and then took cars at
Springfield Station for Manassas Junction, the division of Gen.
F r a n k l y i having been originally assigned

to Gen. McDowell's

command (1st army corps), for an advance against Richmond by


the interior route.

T h e train arrived at Manassas Junction at

8 p. M., but not without accident.

When about three miles from

that place, the fourth car from the rear ran off the track, and
those behind ran into it, killing one man of the 95th Perm, regi
ment, and wounding about a dozen of the 18th, but not seriously.
On the 7th of A p r i l , the command marched five miles to Bristow

Station, arriving at noon

storm of

While here a most inclement

rain and snow occurred, from which the men suffered

severely, as they were short of fuel and supplies, and they had
as yet not become accustomed to the vicissitudes of field service.
Some found shelter in houses, but with the greater part, the ex
periences on this occasion justified the name of

which

11

Camp Misery,"

they applied to this cheerless bivouac. These discomforts

continued till the 10h, when it came off clear and pleasant, and
the

troops marched along the railroad five miles, but before

Catlett'a Station orders were received to countermarch


and return to Alexandria, to follow the expedition that had
mostly sailed for the peninsula. T h e regiment marched to a mile
beyond Broad Run, near Bristow, and encamped.
O n the 12th, they marched to Fairfax Court-house, and the
next day returned to their old camp near Fairfax Seminary.
Here their deficiencies of clothing were supplied, and on the 17th
>. they bade affinal adieu to Camp Jackson, and embarked at Alex
andria, the right wing, under Col. Young, on board the steamer
^ l ^ t a i A ^ ^ afnd the laft, under Lieut. Col. Myers, on the steamer
- "'Louisiana," with the 31st regiment. They sailed the same even*
A* *' 0tt tta WHh, arrived at Ship Point, south of
fft&gtft <of
>-r$vejP, where, after a few days, they disema^de^caxnped till May 4th. While here the regiment
reaching

to

"

fofthe

of Torktowii were terminated by


t ^ j ^ y ^ j . tha rabel* on the pight of the 3d,
^m^rkad on board the steamers
river to
fi*g*

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opposite Yorktown, from whence, at noon on the 5th, they pro


ceeded to West Point, under convoy of three gunboats*

Arriving

at 2 P. M., on the 6th, the division of Gen. Franklin landed on


the south shore, and took up a position for meeting the enemy,
who were known to be in that vicinity in force.
Companies A , D , F and K , of the 18th, were thrown/out as
pickets, in the woods on the extreme left of the line of battle,
under Major Maginnis.

They continued on this duty during the

ensuing day, and suffered no loss.

T h e battle of West Point

occurred on the 7th, and lasted from 7 A. M. till 2 p. M., with


scarcely an interruption.

The six companies of this regiment

who were not out as skirmishers were engaged in supporting


batteries on the right of

the line for some time, when they

were ordered to advance into the woods and support the 5th
Maine regiment who were making a forward movement.
latter receivod a desperate volley and broke.

The

The 18th advanced

and drove the enemy from the woods.


T h e 18th met with uo losses on this occasion, but their steady
bearing was complimented the next day by General Newton, the
general who had immediate command in this battle.

E v e r y other

regiment in the brigade suffered loss, the heaviest being upon


the 32d.
T h e enemy opposed to the division on this occasion was "Hampton's L e g i o n " and the "Louisiana Tigers."

T h e gunboats on

Y o r k river did effective service, and drove away a battery of field


artillery which the enemy had posted i n a commanding position.
May 8th, moved about one mile to the front to support Upton's
battery.

On the 9th, marched to Brick House Point, about

and a half miles, and went on picket.

two

On the 11th, marched to

Eltham, three miles, where the division wa* mot b y Gen. McClellan and the main body of his army, which had advanced by land
from Yorktown.

up the York

T h e only divisions that passed

river were those o f Franklin and Sedgwick.

'

'

I *

and immediatelybattle, expecting an attack, but no enemy *]k


regiment was ordered i n t o a * m $ in W.&O&iw

On the 13th, marched 12 miles to Cumberland


formed a tine of
peared, md

the

field near the river.*

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49

this place Colonel Young was obliged to leave for home, as expo
sure and hardship brought on a severe disease, which rendered
him entirely unfit for service. The command devolved on Lieut.
Col. Myers, who, from this time forward, with the exception to
be presently noticed, continued at the head of the regiment until
its term of service expired.
On the

tion

19th of May, the regiment marched to Tunstall's Sta

(six miles), and the next day marched at 3 P. M., and en

camped, at 6 P. M., at Coal Harbor, distance five miles.

On the

21st, they marched nine miles, arriving at a point 10 miles from


Eichmond and three from New Bridge, which was destroyed by
the rebels.

T h e advance of the army was made by Gen. Stone-

man, with his cavolry and flying artillery, and the reports ob
tained from scouts and balloon ascensions appeared to indicate

that the enemy


On the

were retreating upon Richmond.

25th, marched to New Market Bridge, and encamped

on a beautiful spot on the banks of the Chickahominy, near


1

Gaines M i l l , which has since become so celebrated for the battle


fought there about a month afterwards. The rebel pickets were
in sight upon the arrival of troops at this place, and from the
adjacent hill-tops the spires of churches in the rebel metropolis
were plainly visible, at a distance of six and a half miles.
From this time till June 18, the regiment was engaged on
fatigue and picket duty. Roads and bridges were built across
the Chickahominy, and others were constructed leading from the
railroad at Dispatch and Savage's stations to the camps. The
battles of Hanover Court House and F a i r Oaks were fought dur
ing this period, but the corps with which it was connected took
no part in these encounters. The Enfield rifles first received,
Iff re on the 3d of June exchanged for Springfield rifle muskets.
*While employed in this vicinity, the 18th had frequent skirm
ishes with small parties of the enemy, in which a man was occa
sionally wounded.
' !^tlbe 18* The division marched at 10 A. M., crossed the Chicka^
after marching about ten miles
^
line, to avoid the observation of the enemy,
field:of Fair Oaks, which had a few days
A0ffm;.of-^, engagement. The army was here
| t j ^ ^ ^ ^ | ^ ( f i i i g ^ l i i attack, but no enemy
beyond, on Golden'8 farm, and
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FIR*!? ANNUAL REPORT OF THB

called to arms, but as often the alarm appeared without


cause.

serious

They remained in this locality building roads and bridges

for artillery across the swamps, until the 20th*

T h e proximity

of this point to Richmond, (four or five miles,) rendered constant


vigilance necessary, and frequent skirmishing between pickets
occurred.
This condition of affairs could not continue long without lead
ing to important events.

The daily cannonade indicated active

movements as in progress, and on the 25th and 26th, the heavy


firing to the right gave notice that Porter was engaged with the
enemy at Mechanicsville.

The near prospect of an early and

decisive conflict occasioned great enthusiasm, among the troops


in the vicinity, and the military bands of the several regiments
increased this ardor by playing spirited national tunes.
On the 27th of June, the division of Gen. Franklin was ordered
across the- Chickahominy to support Porter's corps at Gaines'
H i l l , but was soon after remanded back to their camp, a distance
of four miles.

Upon regaining camp, the regiment was shelled

out by the enemy, who had brought a battery to bear upon this *
position.

One man was killed and four wounded by this artillery

firing, all of them belonging to Company I.

A t 2 P. M . the divi

sion again received orders to cross the Chickahominy, to support


Porter's corps, and reached the scene of engagement

about 4

o'clock, but too late to retrieve the fortunes of the day, already
lost before the overwhelming forces of the enemy.
The 18th regiment fought till half-past six o'clock, losing 180
officers and men in killed, wounded and missing.

Many of

the

wounded fell into the hands of the enemy, with all our de&ol.
Lieut. Col. Myers, who had up to this time commanded, was

.now

leaving the
The brigade i$ this
N , Y . Vols., and the

so ill that Gen. Newton directed him to be sent North,


care of the regiment to Major Maginnis.
battle was led by C o l . Matheson, of

the 32d

division by Gen. Newton.

the regiment fell bt^^Tol*


lowed by the victorious enemy, about half a mUe, when they ;W*r
checked by the Irish brigade and Bush's lancers* (fit^ ffyf$*i$\>
and about midnight the 18th again crossed to the s o n ^ l ^ i ^ ^
After expending its ammunition,

the Chickahominy.

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was in the rear, and is belived to have done


troops while throwing shell over their heads.
D u r i n g the

tice

occurred.

this

regiment

i n j u r y to our own

heat of the engagement, an incident w o r t h y o f no

An

officer, mounted on a white horse, rode up to

a n d o r d e r e d \t

to cease

firing.

His

appearance

was m u c h like t h a t of a well-known field officer of an associated


regiment, a n d he was

b y some mistaken

c o m i n g w i t h i n fifty y a r d s , he was

for him, but upon

recognized

as a rebel

and shot dead b y C o r p o r a l K e a r n e s , the color g u a r d .


his foot c a u g h t i n the s t i r r u p , and his frightened

his

officer,

A s he fell,

horse d r a g g e d

his lifeless b o d y back into the rebel lines.


T h e 18th was the last to cross the bridge, w h i c h was destroyed
b e h i n d them.

O n the

b a r r i c a d i n g the roads,

extra

baggage

mander; and

and

this

28th^ the troops


destroying

were b u s i l y

camp and g a r r i s o n equipage,

commissary stores, by

task

order

h a v i n g been effectually

troops b e g a n \ t h e i r retreat
same d a y reached C h a r l e s

o f the

Com

performed, the

at 2 o'clock A. M., J u n e 2t)th, and the


C i t y C r o s s R o a d s and encamped.

T h e b a t t l e o f W h i t e O a k S w a m p was

the troops under K e a r n e y

employed

fought

on this d a y

by

and Sumner.

On the 30th of J u n e , was

fought

the

battle

of C h a r l e s C i t y

Cross Roads, in w h i c h the d i v i s i o n w h i c h G e n . F r a n k l i n had hith


erto commanded, was u n d e r G e n . S l o c u m , and was employed in
supporting batteries in a cornfield, near the cross roads. T h e s e
opened on the enemy, and kept up a continual firing till after
dark. The loss was slight, and the 18th met with no casualties.
The battery immediately in front of the regiment was U p t o n ' s ,
Co. D, 2d U. S. artillery.
The troops lay in this position t i l l an h o u r after m i d n i g h t , a n d
then silently withdrew, and by a q u i c k m a r c h reached T u r k e y
Bend, on the James river, from whence, after a short halt, they
marched to Malvern Bill, a little beyond w h i c h they encamped.
The battle of Malvern Hill began soon after the division
passed, and was fought with determination and w i t h immense
disparity of loss to the enemy.
Qfi'the I d of July, the division marched to Harrison's L a n d v< $fa&'-^irljiOiHie morning, and encamped in a wheat field, whore
f
Potomac were soon assembled with its
*
The weather at this
littd soon became knee deep, almost renOatlje following day, the enemy
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brought a battery into position


noyance was soon abated by
several hundred prisoners.

to shell the camps, but this an


the capture of the battery and

The 18th regiment and other troops

took up a position two miles distant, on the spot which the bat
tery had occupied, and again encamped.

On the 6th, the regi

ment again moved its camp half a mile to the front, and near the
entrenehinents that were being thrown up, and two days later to
still another site on the bank of a creek.

T h e army was

here

reviewed by President Lincoln.


On the 20th of July Col. Young returned to the regiment, but
he remained only a few days, as the

exposures

of the camp

brought on a return of disease in a grave form, rendering it


necessary for him to again leave for the North.

H e subsequently

resigned and did not rejoin the regiment.


The Eighteenth continued to perform fatigue and picket duties
until the 15th, when the tents were struck for a march to New
port News.

The extra baggage had been sent off some

days

before, and the trains of teams and artillery were filing past all
day of the 15th and^the night following, until 2 A. M.
ment then got under way and marched six miles, where
till the morning of the 17th.

The regi

it halted

It then crossed the Chickahominy,

cover of the gun


boats, and continued on the most fatiguing march it had yet
encountered, a distance of 18 miles. The dust and heat were
almost intolerable, and the delay from trains obstructing the
ndar its mouth, upon a pontoon bridge, under

road was very annoying.

and the regiment this day


passed through Williamsburgh. On the 19th, at 2 P. M., they arriv
ed at Yorktown, greatly fatigued by the hardships of the forced
march, under which many fell out, and several cases of sunstroke
occurred. On the 20th, marched through the village of Warwick
Court House, and on the 21st arrived at Newport News, where
they were met by Lieut. Col. Myers, who had been absent sick,
but who from this time forward, remained in command of the
regiment as its Colonel.
* , y
On the 22d of August, the regiment embarked on the Paniel
Webster, in company with the S2d, and in the evening
for Alexandria, where they arrived on the
*
They then landed and marched up the
near the Seminary and encamped*>, On the
The 18th of August was pleasanter,

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30th they again marched, arriving at Centerville at 4 P. M., whore


they halted, but were soon ordered to proceed towards the battlo
field, and arrived at the Stone bridge just before dark.

Here the

troops under Gen. Franklin formed a lino of battle across the


fields on each side of the road, covering the retreat of Pope's
defeated army.

Late in the night they fell back to Centerville,

where a stand was again made, and the artillery planted in the old
fortifications.

This position was held during the 31st and the

day following, but the enemy in the meantime having gained the
right flank of Pope's army, a retreat was ordered to Fairfax and
Alexandria, and the 18th encamped on the site of "Camp K i n g , "
one of their earliest places in Virginia.
The respite of the troops from active service was brief, and on
the evening of the 6th, the division took up its line of march to
meet the invasion into Maryland.

Crossing the Long Bridge, it

marched through Washington and Georgetown in the night, and


by morning had reached Tenallytown.
O n the 8th they passed through Rockvillo, M d . , where the
transportation of the army was greatly reduced, and every article
of camp equipege that could possibly be spared, was sent back to
Washington, leaving with

the men nothing but

shelter-tents,

blankets and arms.


On the 9th they marched through Darnestown, on the 11th
passed Downesville, and on the 12th through Urbana, five miles

from

Frederick city.

T h e i r march continued on the day following towards Burketts-

ville, at the foot of the South Mountain, at a crossing known as


Crampton Pass, where, on the 14th of September, the troops of
Gen. Franklin valiantly won one of the most brilliant victories
of the war.
The enemy held the crest of the mountain with their artillery,
while their lines of infantry, on the slope and near its foot, were
sheltered by parallel stone walls and.thickets of trees, from
Behind which they had ample opportunities of resisting the
advenQing lines of our troops.
performed by the 18th in this battle, is clearly set
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OFFICIAL REPORT OF THE 18TH N . Y . V O L S . , OF THE B A T T L E


OF CRAMPTON G A P , SEPT. 14, 1862.
HEADQUARTERS 18TH R E G ' T , N . Y . V O L S . ,
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N E A R BAKERSVILLE, M D . , Sept 24, 1862. )
T o Lieut

William

LieutenantI

Russell,

Jr., A. A. A.

G.:

have the honor to make the following report of

the part my regiment took in the battle of Crampton Gap, Sept.


14, 1862.
About 3 o'clock p. M., on Sept. 14, 1862,1 received orders, from
Gen. Newton, to adv

ce my regiment across the fields and silence

a battery that was stationed upon the road about half way up
the hill.

I advanced my regiment, under a heavy fire from the

enemy's artillery and sharpshooters, to within fifty yards of

the

line of Col. Bartlett's brigade (who was engaging ^he enemy),


when I was ordered to halt, and a few moments after received an

I moved

order to form on the right of Col. Bartlett's Brigade.

my regiment by the right flank to the position indicated,

and

engaged the enemy from behind a stone wall.


The

whole line was then ordered forward, we going through

corn-field and orchard at a double quick, to the road at the

foot

of the mountain, where I halted and reformed my regiment, which


had

become somewhat broken.

then gave the order

to charge

the hill, the 32d New Y o r k being on my left, and the 16th New

to the road which


ran along the side of the hill, I received a terrific volley from
the enemy. It was here that I met with my heaviest loss, the
fire of the enemy being well-directed and fatal. At this point,
Capt, Horsfall was killed, while gallantly leading his men to the
charge, and Lieuts. Daley and Ellis were severely wounded while
at the heads of their companies in the same charge.. The men
staggered for a moment, but at the command rushed upon the
enemy, killing and wounding many and entirely routing theiQ.
I then reached the crest*of the hill, when I halted and reformed ,
my regiment. I then sent my adjutant back for orders. Hefi ";
eeived instructions from Major Rogers, of Gen. Slocuin * staff,
rest the regiment where it was until further orderi. "
maining there about an hour, I was ordered by'Obl^j
2n
was in command on the hill), to take my regiment dc^
to the gap, where the division wfts being
tppiii^'/]L
Y o r k on my right

flank.

On rising the hill

'A i V

CHIKF

regiment

OF *HR BUREAU

to the

6V

MILITARY

5S

STATISTICS.

point indicated, and bivouacked on the left of

the road.
It gives me great pleasure to state to you that my entire com
mand behaved with the greatest coolness and bravery, the men
receiving the enemy's fire and charging his position with

the

steadiness of veterans.
I would particularize among the line officers, Capt. A . Barclay
Mitchell and Lieut. Daniel Daley, as being brave and courageous
to a fault, rallying and encouraging their men under the heaviest
fire. T h e field and staff were of great assistance to me, and
behaved with great gallantry.

Major John C. Maginnis displayed

at all times the greatest coolness and energy, and deserves the
highest commendation.
captain and 'ten

M y regiment lost, in the action,

men Killed, two

one

lieutenants and forty men

wounded and two men missing, being a total loss of


A l l of which is respectfully submitted.
G E O R G E R. M Y E R S , Lt. Col.
E . NOTT SCHERMERHORN, Lt. A.
Adjutant.

fifty-eight.

Commanding.

troops opposed to our array were McLaw's division of


North Carolina troops, forming a part of D . H . Hill's division.
The 18th took about 100 prisoners and one flag.
Upon gaining the crest of the mountain, the regiment halted
and formed for.a bivouac, and here, the same evening, before
midnight, they were visited by agents of the Sanitary Commis
sion, with their supplies for the sick and wounded, all of whom,
of both belligerent parties, received attention before morning.
The .troops of this command rested on the mountain on the
16th and 16th, but marched at daybreak on the 17th towards
Eeedysville, and across the fields to the right of the turnpike
loading from Sharpsburgh to Hagerstown, where they arrived
aitottt 1 P. M., on the day of the battle,, and took a position in .
front of the Dunker church by the woodside. The command of
'^MW^-fEhMBqipr - w e t i r e d before their arrival. The position to
" whitefa ifee^ were aligned was exposed to a heavy fire of grape
^:'f^^t^^^^^h
** 'answered by the batteriea of Hovtei,
" ^^~^^?$q&'Upton,
efttaabedfo> Slocnm's division..no^iii'*/ >
|f|j^
th*aemtdnq>*<df the
The

near: a

Mm

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by way of the turnpike, to within a mile of Williamsport.

The

corps, under Gen. Franklin, on the 29th. moved down the

river

again to near Bakersville, where they remained about a month,


engaged in supplying the losses of the late active campaign, and
guarding the banks of the Potomac.
On the 29th of October, the 6th corps followed the principal
part of the army, which had advanced for another march into
Virginia, and encamped at Downsville.

On the 31st, they crossed

the mountain at Crampton Pass, and the day following arrived


at Berlin.

They crossed, on .the 2d, on pontoons, to Lovettsville;

on the 3d, passed through Perceyville; on the 4th, they reached


Union, near Moore's M i l l s ; on the 5th, they passed Upperville,
and on the 6th, reached White Plains, on the Manassas Gap rail
road, where they encamped.

On the 9th, they crossed the Bull R u n mountains to New Bal


timore, leaving Thoroughfare Gap to the left, and at this place,
on the 10th, they were reviewed, for the last time, by General
McClellan, and came under the orders of Gem Burnside.
On the 17 th,

they marched to Catlett's Station, and on

the

18th, to Stafford Court House, where the division remained

ten

days.

Bartlett's brigade was then sent out about eight miles in

the direction of Warrentown, with Hexamer's battery,

to guard

against a raid threatened from that quarter, but the apprehension


of an attack passed away without incident, and on the
returned to Stafford Court House.

30th, they
J

Newton's)
marched to a point three miles from Belleplain Landing, near
Fletcher's Chapel, where it remained doing ordinary field duties
until the mornrng of the 11th, when it marched to the Rappa*
hannock at the lower pontoon bridges, which they crossed a!
daylight on the 12th. T h e 2d Rhode Island and 7th Massachu
setts had crossed the night before to protect the bridges, and tba
18th New Y o r k was the first regiment to cross in^tha teeming;.
The whole regiment was deployed as skirmishers, and were 4 9 ^
ported by the 95th Penn., the 31st and 8Sd New York #nd-^i^
tery D, 2d artillery, lately commanded* by C h ^ V r i ^ & ^ f i b i a
by Willetson. This line of skirmishers advanced
and Deep Bun and extended about 60ft yard*
being near the railroad. \ T h i f held this
ingof the 1 3 t h , a n d a a f f e M / i | M ^ ; ^ | '
On

the 4th of December, Brook's division (late

as M i r a

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CHIEF 0 YHX BUREAU OF MILITARY STATISTICS.

57

by the 15th New Jersey, and fell back into Deep R u n Valley,'
where they were held in reserve during the battle of that day,
and through the day following.

T h e division was not much en

gaged in the battle with the exception of the New Jersey troops.
On the 15th, the 18th was sent out on picket, and a little after
midnight recrossed thevR&PP&hannock, without having suffered
any casualty beyond that of two men wounded.

They went into

camp back from the river on the 16th, and on the 19th moved to
the vicinity of White Oak Church, K i n g George's county, where
they formed a winter camp.
On the 20th of January, 1863, the regiment marched at noon
to a point three miles above Falmouth, and halted in a pine grove,
where they spent the night in a cheerless rain.

T h e next day

they marched to Bank's F o r d , and went into camp without

fires.

There all* further advance was checked by the mud, and after
spending two days assisting to draw pontoons and artillery out
to the turnpike, they regained their old quarters at their winter
camp', much exhausted.by

the severity of their late

fruitless

labors.
Picket duties were resumed, and continued till near tho close
of A p r i l , with occasional reviews, among which were one by Gen.
Hooker, A p r i l 3d, one by the President, A p r i l 8th, and by the
Swiss General Fogliardi on the 18th of that month.
Preparations for a forward movement were in tho meantime
progressing, and on the 14th the tents were turned in to the
quartermaster's department, and rations for an eight days' march

were issued. Delays, however, occurred, and not until the 23th a
did the troops finally leave their camp, with sixty rounds of am*
munition and eight days' provisions. T h e i r route led as before
down to the Rappahannock, near the spot where the lower pon-
toon bridges had been l a i d in December. A t ten o'clock in the
evening, the colonels of the. several regiments constituting Russ*Jl's brigade (110th F a . , 18th and 32d N . Y . , 95th and 49th
^'%^)t^NWr'jidted to bis tent* and the part assigned to them on
tl

explained.

I l l * ^ W j ^ * o r d e r e d to cross the river in boats

at midT h o specific du-

- ;$^fcffUding of the bridges.


^fflPrWi^t * *he manner of landing and
riS^nita/>f the enemy which lined
M^y boats were to be launched
S09AS m O L f upon the bmk>
na<

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and to each of these, four men of the 15th N . Y . Vols, was as


signed to manage the boats, return for another load, and finally
bring them to their proper place in the bridge.

A delay occurred

in getting the boats to the bank, and all things were not ready
for the crossing before daylight.
#

These movements had not pro-

bably attracted particular notice on the part of the enemy, as


for two weeks previous it had been the practice every night to
launch boats and then draw them out again.

T h e enemy had

learned to regard the movement as a feint, and upon this occa


sion were probably not aware of our real intentions.
T h e arrangements being completed, the brigade embarked, the
general and his staff being in the centre, and the colonels with
their colors, in the boats assigned to their regiments.

T h e boats

afforded standing room for fifty men each.


It was just beginning to dawn as Gen. Russell gave the word
to shove off, and the fleet of boats simultaneously began a rapid ,
flight

towards the south shore.

It was a moment of

intense

interest to every man, yet nothing occurred to indicate a watch


ful enemy until they approached within ten yards of the bank,
when a terrific volley of musketry opened upon them, wounding

the colonel of the 49th Pennsylvania regiment, one captain and


9

about 25 men, of whom three belonged to the


None were killed.

18th regiment.

T h e boats kept on their course, and the mo

ment I hey touched land, the men sprang out, some of

them into

the water, and rushed up the bank with fixed bayonets, firing a
volley as they advanced.

enemy
scattered and fled, leaving arms, blankets and equipage behind
them. One lieotenant-colouel of a Georgia regiment was captur- ,
* ed. T h e boats quickly returned for Bar (let's and then for Tor-'
bet's brigade, and in less than an hour the whole division had
crossed, and the bridge was under a rapid course of construction* >
T h e moventent at this point was itself only a feint to draw a
tention from the main crossing of the army at the fords sevWai ,?
miles above Fredericksburg!*. The 18 th went on picl&thldok^^;'
after it crossed, and remained till evening; wfcfti
were detailed as a working party, to change l t e ' ' l l r ^ ^ ^ * ^ ^ ^ ^
my * works and adapt them for defence
might be threatened. The sirlfi^olaMgMil^
Artillery were brought over ittd^j
This-waa the (mly i r l i M ^ .
T h e rifle pits were at once cleared and occupied, and the

59

CHIEF OF THE BUREAU O F M I L I T A R Y STATISTICS.

1st of M a y Pratt's ligbt brigade crossed and took position on the

picket l i n e ; on the 2d the brigade

advanced half a mile ; and on

the 3d the 18th and 32d New Y o r k regiments lay in position,


supporting battery D, near the ruins of the Barnard House,*
where they were shelled four hours by the enemy, with the loss
of one man killed in the battery and several wounded, of which
four belonged to the 18th.

On the morning of this day, New

ton's division, composed of Button's, Wheaton's and Cochrane's


brigades, with the independent brigade under Gen. Piutt, ad
vanced and stormed the heights back of the city and a little
below, taking the position with heavy loss.

A t 1 p. M ; the

18th

and 32d marched into the city and bivouacked in the streets till
5 P. M.,.when they advanced out about four miles on the plank
road towards Chancellorville, the remainder of the brigade having
preceded them while these two were with the battery.

The bri

gade were got together on the same evening at Salem Church,


near which an active engagement had been fought, and a heavy
loss had occurred to the 16th New Y o r k and 95th Pennsylvania
regiment 8.
The 18th were sent out on picket on the night of tho 3d, re
lieving the 49th Pennsylvania.

They brought in many wounded

who lay near the line, and the night passed without much tiring.
T h e y remained in this position on the 4th, and during the day

were

attacked by skirmishers, but this movement proved to bo

only a feint, as the main attack was made on the left at 4 p. M .


The regiment met with no losses, and tho enemy opposed had but
few casualties.

A t dark tho whole of the Sixth Corps retreated

to Banks' Ford, a distance of five miles, and crossed in the night


under fire from the enemy's batteries. Col. foyers had a horse
mortally wounded* under him, but the regiment crossed to the
north bank without injury. Co. D had been left in tho city to
guard a division hospital, and also withdrew with its wounded
and without loss.
' "'be Sixth corps in this engagement took 1,100 prisoners and
'XI pieces of artillery, but lost very heavily, the total in' killed,
, wounded find prisoners, being reported as 5,000.
<9t|^n4 ?th the troops rested near the ford, and
r^urned ^ their old camp near White Oak Church,
inMterrataalagi laid ant en tha plan of an English
( j $ ^ p | C p f . \* in*ftftlil* i f Frttttakttergfe.* It wa*

" CmWmtmft It YhfiiJ*."

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FIRST ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

The term of service of the 18th had now come

to 'a close, and

Col. Myers on the 9th received orders to transfer to the

121st

New Y o r k regiment all its three years' men, about thirty in num
ber.

The recruits received into t h e 4 8 t h before the Peninsular

of service,

campaign were mustered in for the unexpired term


and returned with the regiment.

On the 11th of May all the government property of the

18th,

except arms, was turned over to the brigade "quarter-master.


There remained now nothing further but to bid adieu to their
companions in arms, and on the evening of the 12th all the offi
cers paid a parting visit to Gen. Russell at his quarters.
On the morning of the 13th the regiment marched to

Fal

mouth Station, from whence they went by railroad to A q u i a

they
Rest. At

Creek, and by the steamer Metamora to Washington, where


arrived at

p. M., and took quarters at the Soldiers'

noon on the 14th they took passage for home, passing Baltimore

City by railroad in the

Halt
for refreshment, they arrived at Jersey
afternoon, and reached Albany by rail

road at 5 A. M. on the

16th of May, and met with a generous

in the afternoon and Philadelphia early the next morning.


ing here several hours

lost but
the casualties of war had reduced
they returned with a most honorable

welcome from the city authorities.


15 men from sickness, but
their ranks to 425 men; yet

The regiment had

record of arduous and faithful service.


AIC A F F O R D E D

B Y COUNTIES.

Complete reports to July 1, 1863, have been received from six


counties.
The correspondents for many other counties are busily
engaged in preparing their returns.
So far as complete,

the

county

reports are given next fpllow-

ing:
CAYUGA COUNTY.

(To July 1, 1863.)

report of Doctor Sylvester WilSard, county Ctyrreepondent, furnishes the following information:
^ *.
The able

VOLUNTEERS RAISED.

.>

''^'.^'fr

19/A Regiment, JVC Y. 8. V. Infantry, (except O ^ Q ^ ^ ^ i ^ ^ ^


%

raised in Seneca Falls,) volunteered from tba


This regiment nflin mini ilinnpil ilw ' l l P ? l l | j ^
Y . V . A r t i l l e r y , and about 420
s

^^^^fW^M^^

CHIEF OF THE BUREAU OF MILITARY STATISTICS.

61

1&th Regiment, JV*. Y. S. V., mostly from Cayuga countya


small number from* Wayne and Seneca counties.

No data for

greater definiteness.
11 Ith Regiment, JV. F. S. V., Companies C, F , G , H . I and K ,
were raised in Cayuga county, with the exception of 20 men i n
Co. C , which, with the balance of the regiment, were recruited
in Wayne county.
138M Regiment, JV*. F. V., Infantry,

now dth Artillery,

compa

nies C , E , F , I, K , were raised in Cayuga county, with the excep


tion of 38 men in Co. K , who, together with the balance of the
regiment, were raised in Wayne county.
160M

Regiment,

JV. F. S. K I n companies A , B, C, E , H , I

and K , were 48 men from Cayuga, balance of A , B, C , and Co. D ,


from Wayne county, Company E from Ontario and Wayne coun
ties, Company K from E r i e county, Company G from Allegany
and Wyoming counties, Company I, from Allegany county.
There were raised byj Cayuga county, under the President's
calls of July and August, 1862, for 600,000, that is from J u l y 1,
1862, to J u l y 1, 1863, sixteen' hundred and seventy-seven

men.

BOUNTIES TO SOLDIERS.
The sum of $41,050 was paid out to volunteers under the calls
of the

President in J u l y aad August, 1862, for 600,000 men.

The rate of

bounties paid to each volunteer who enlisted between

August 4th anjd September 4th, 1862, was $50, and after Septem
ber 4, it was $100.

In addition to this, individuals havo con

tributed freely for bounties to soldiers in their


which latter sums would probably amount in

respective towns,
the aggregate to

$10,000,

A further sum of $2,294.85, was loaned between J u l y 25th, and


November 4th, 1862, and paid from money provided by the board
of supervisors at their regular session in 1862. T h i s money was
need to defray expenses for recruiting, which were not properly
chargeable to the government, and was expended under direc" tioh of the military committee of the Senatorial district.
Amount levied by the board of supervisors, in advance of specific
$12,666 67-

l^jpmffa'ti

of supervisors subse*ots of the Legislature


for war purposes by

62

FIRST ANNUAL REPORT OF THE


W A R LOANS.
The first series of bonds were dated respectively September 0,

' 29, 30, and October 7, 1862, having six months to run, interest at
the rate of seven per cent., which have all been paid, together
with the ten thousand dollars above mentioned.
Bonds now outstanding:

'

Second series, dated between September 22, 1862, and December


4,1862, amount $8,000, payable, with few exceptions, in eighteen
months from date, with interest at seven percent., semi-annually.
The bonds are fifty-seven in number, and issued to various per
sons in sums of $100 and upwards, and were' issued previous to
the act of the Legislature.
The third series were issued under the act of the Legislature,
and are dated May 11 and 12, 1863, and payable March 1, 1864,
at the rate of interest hereinafter mentioned, and purchased by
individuals, & c , as follows :
William Alexander, $800 at 6 per cent,
Abner Gilford, $1,800 at 6 per cent.
Auburn Savings Bank, $5,000 at'OJ per cent.
Auburn Savings Bunk, $12,000 at 6J per cent.
Auburn Savings Bank, $22,000 at 6 | per cent.
B. B . Rose boom, $500 at 6 per cent.
E . P. Iluskells $2,000 at 6 | per cent.
T h i s series of bonds were the only ones for ^bidders.
amount required to be borrowed was $24,300, the amount of

The

bids

received wm $61,300.
Temporary loans were made by the county treasurer

with

which to pay bounties, upon notes, under authority given him by


the board of supervisors, before the act of the Legislature was

of bonds
pay such leans, a l l of which temporary
Cancelled specimens of each of the three

passed, conferring audi authority; and this third series


were in part issued to
loans have been paid,

series of bonds issued, are herewith sent*


COUNTY W A R MEETINOS,

and general meet*


i n nearly or quite every tdwn
^jJMjt
far.as was manifest, j w r ^ t

County conventions were held i n A u b u r n ,


ings for patriotic purposes
county

i at aij of which so
f

existed in regard to opposing the s t a p e n d o ^ | i ^ ^ ^ f

authority of t h i . Q i j ^ j ^ ^ ^ ^
resolution* M.
^ ^^

b y the rebels against the


expressed

in

j^^M

t<f

:::;r^;; :-^;^OHlW. 0 I > ^ 8 B p p i ^ OF MILITARY STATISTICS.


:

68

and men to put down the Rebellion at whatever cost and sacri
fice. Publip speakers volunteered to hold meetings in al! parts
of the county, and in all such public assemblies resolutions most
determined and patriotic were passed, and passed without oppo
sition.

In these popular demonstrations, i f there were no reli

gious or literary organizations

separate

and apart from tho

masses-of the population, thero has been an immense and perse


vering influence emanating from the pulpit and from literary
men, showing that tnose who ministered at the altars of religion
were nearly an unit in pleading with the Sovereign of worlds for
the continued integrity of our nation.

In* all the exercise of

clerical patriotism the laity and congregations have fully sustain


ed the ministers, and there is no recollected

instance where a

clergyman has from this cause given offence to his hearers.


T h e liberality of the Supervisors was only excelled by their
patriotism, in both of which their acts harmonized with the pre
viously expressed will of the masses, who had furnished such
indisputable testimony that the entiro population were aroused
to a sense of the flagrant and unparalleled enormity of an etFort
at national suicide.
A t their special session, in July, 1862, the Supervisors re
solved

"that

our country demands men at once, and he is doubly

a traitor who would discourage, or in any manner interfere with

those who propose or who can be induced to volunteer they re


solved unanimously that a fund of $26,950 (provided a bounty is
not offered by the Governor or Stato Legislature) be raised, from
which a bounty of $50 shall be paid to each v o l u n t e e r t h e y
resolved that a commUtee of three be appointed from this
board in each town, to secure the names of volunteers and assist
' the recruiting officer in obtaining them,"
At their special session in September, 1862, they further re
solved "-that a bounty of $100 be paid to each volunteer of this
-county who shall enlist into the service of the United States
. after this date."
u

11

PAUPERISM.

. The ottioers having charge of the poor of our county are


unanimous in their opinion that there is no perceptible alteration
^ ^ ^ M * r s ^ r d since the c^ninencement of the war.

64

FIRST ANNUAL REPORT OF THE


CRIME.
T h e records in the county clerk's office show that the number

of complaints and convictions are at least 50 per cent less than


in any former period.
BANKS ANO BANKING.
Loans, discounts, deposits and circulation all increased in
nearly equal proportions, say about 25 per cent.
BUSINESS INTERESTS.
The business of this county has seldom been more prosperous
than at present.

Agricultural,

mechanical, and commercial

interests have not suffered for lack of laborers or employes.

La

borers have not been as plenty as formerly, but enough to per


form the amount required, and the practical effect of the dimin
ished number of workmen has been to create a more steady de
mand for services at higher wages.
been 25 per cent.

T h e increase of wages has

This enhanced cost has been added to the

price of the article sold, thereby sustaining the profits, and the
increased cost is ultimately borne by the consumer.
The class of business persons most affected by the war is the

capitalist, whose income is derived from loans.

T h e ease with

which money can be obtained has the effect to reduce the rate
of interest and lessen the opportunities for investment,

while

taxes and other expenses have increased.


RETURNED VOLUNTEERS.

the only body of


men returned to the county seat, and the intelligence of the time
of their return was received so nearly in advance of their arrival,
that no extended preparation could be* made for the reception.
Hasty entertainments were provided in abundance, however,
the bells were rung, addresses, most cordial and welcome, wer*
made, to these gallant defenders of their country, and ample aa>
surances were given them upon that occasion that their patriotic
services were fully appreciated.
. ^,^ >
T h e 19th regiment, enlisted for two years, is

COUNTY REPORTS.
CATTARAUGUS

COUWTT*

The valuable report of Wu&iaac Ju Mux*


respondent, furnishes the following;

66

FIRST A N N U A L R E P O R T O F T H E

Between June 1, 1861, and J u l y 1, 1862, for two


years
Under the President's calls of July and August,

750 volunteers.

1862, that is from J u l y 1, 1862, to July 1,


1863, for three years

1,500

do

2,850

do

Total number raised in county to J u l y 1,


1,863

These men were organized as follows :


In Thirteenth

Regiment,

JY*. F. S. V., 2 years.

One full company, (Co. B, 77 men,) was recruited in Dansville,


and placed in command of Captain Carl Stephan.

On promotion

of Captain Stephan, Lieutenant George Hyland, J r . , was raised


to the captaincy.

Captain Hyland was soon commissioned major

and Lieut. Mark T . Bunnell was made captain.


I to

From the towns of Avon, Lima, Livonia, Genesee and Cale


donia, enough volunteers were raised for another company, but
they were distributed into different companies of this regiment.
In the Twenty-seventh
Lima

Regiment,

JV*. F. S, V., 2 years.

furnished Co. G , 85 men, under command of Captain

James Perkins.
Mount Morris

furnished Co. H , 77 men, under Captain Charles

E . Martin.
Thirty4hird

Regiment,

2 years,

Geneseo furnished a full company, (Co. E , 74 men,) under com


mand of Captain Wilson B . Warford.

T h i s company left Geneseo

May 15,1861.
Nunda

furnished Co. F ,

77

men. under Captain

James M .

McNair.

were forming, a large number of


young men from this county enlisted into the early cavalry and
artillery regiments.
After the 13th, 27th and 33d regiments en
While the above regiments

tered the Held, Dansville recruited an additional company for


Thirteenth regiment,

and Geneseo

recruits for their depleted companies


Tile

the

and Munda sent forward


then in the service. \

One Hundred end Fourth Regiment, &$as*fe . ,

this regiment was granted September 14*


1861, by Governor Morgan to Col; Jamas Wo&d, Jr^j?|ft,.
appointed to the command of in* depot locatfi
resigned, and Col, John Borb+ch was iffftigg|f"~
T h e order for'raising

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CHIEF OF THE IKJHEAU OF MILITARY STATISTICS.


took the regiment to the field on its completion.

67
sufficient

number of men for seven full companies, were raised for this
regiment in Livingston and Wyoming counties, v i z :
C o . A , Captain Henry G . T u t h i l L
Co. B,

do

Lehman D . Day

Co. C ,

do

Co. D ,

...

99 men
100

do

Stephen L . W i n g

99

do

do

Zophar Simpson

92

do

Co. E ,

do

Hugh C . Lattimore

87

do

Co. P ,

do

Gilbert G . P r e y . .

93

do

Co. G ,

do

James A . Gault

96

do

T h i s regiment was i n barracks at Geneseo from October, 1861,


to February 26, 1862.

It was .then removed to Albany, N . Y . ,

and consolidated with a skeleton regiment recruited at T r o y , b y


Col. John J . Viele.
recruits

were sent

T h e 104th is now in the field ; subsequently


to it from this county,

O n J u l y 25, 1862, G o v , Morgan authorized the senatorial com

mittee to raise a

regiment in tho thirtieth senatorial d i s t r i c t

headquarters at Goneseo.

Brigadier-General

W m . S. Fullerton,

was appointed to take command of the depot.


the 1st o{ August following, the
Portage, in this county.

work of raising men

with

B y order dated

headquarters were changed

to

Barracks were there erected; and tho

progressed rapidly.

T h e regiment was de*

signated as the One Hundred and Thirtieth N . Y . S. V . , and was

ordered to the seat of war on September 6th, with 1,044 men.


It was raised in five weeks. It has since been changed to the
F i r s t Regiment H e a v y Dragoons.
A s tho 130th approached
completion, initiatory steps were taken for raising another regi
ment in the.tame district, and C o l . James Wood, J r . , was ap*
pointed to take the command. T h i s regiment was also rapidly
filled. From the date of the order for raising the regiment until
i t was mustered into service, a period o f only days intervened.
It left for Washington on October 3d, 874 strong, under command
0^(^61.'Wood, end was designated the One Hundred and ThirtySmtu'lf*
81Y* Ifor tbese two regiments the Jcouuty of L i v
ingston furnished about i* 260 men.
The three regiments formed i n and sent from this county were
, ^
end how well and
pitt^^
*Wr- duty, the history of many
t

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f

r s g l m i a t , the
d

volunteer* from
ia

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68

FIRST ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

E i g h t h Cavalry, the H e a v y Artillery, and in Barnes' and other


Batteries.

It is impossible to give the exact number of men who

left the county in this manner: but there must have been at
least two hundred of them between the 1st of October, 1862,
and the same date in 1863.
It is believed that 350 volunteers from the county had enlisted
into regiments formed or forming in other counties, prior to J u l y
1, 1863, and that very few volunteers from other counties joined
the companies distinctively belonging to this county.
Under the call of the President of October 17,1863, for 300,000
men, and stimulated by a county bounty authorized by the super
visors, of $300 for each volunteer, enlistments

were

rapidly

made, and most of the towns had filled their-quotas by the first
day of January, 1864.

T h e quota of the county under the above

call, was 537, three years men.

There have been no

separate

companies organized in this county since the departure of - the


136th regiment.

T h e new recruits have either enlisted into re

giments raised wholly or partly in this county, and already in


the field, or attached themselves to the new ones organising at
Rochester.
1

SUPPORT o r SOLDIERS FAMILIES.


There

was paid

by

the

county

for the

support of families of

volunteers to J u l y 1, 1863 :

By subscription
By town

415,000

a u t h o r i t i e s . , 1 0 , 0 0 0

B y private donations

-.

8,000

188,000

the citizens i n nearly every town subscribed thus, lib


erally to the fund for the relief of families of volunteers or those
dependent on them for support. T h i s fund w*s paid out by,in*
stalments; but as no county record was kept of the action of the
several towns i n this respect, it is impossible here to arrive sit,tl$e
exact amount contributed. It is safe to say, however, that not
lew than |1S,000 was contributed in this way.
\ * '* '":[
In

1861,

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BoUHTII* TO ,yOLUHTEE&R# ."^ ,
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m

There was

raised b y tax, and

paid hy th

CHTJBF O F T H E BUREAU

Tho rate of bounties


hand. In 1863-4, the

paid i n

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1862,

was from $50 to $125 in

rate was $300each down in cash or

bond.

Some of the towns paid an extra bounty of from $10 to

$123.

T h e money for the bounties paid in 1862, was borrowed

by the county treasurer on the bonds of the county, authorized


by the board of supervisors, at a special session called for that
purpose.
F r o m the 1st

day of January, 1863, to the- 11th day of De

cember of the same year, no local bounties were paid.


The $300 bounty was authorized by the supervisors on the 11th
day

of December, 1863.

F r o m that time to

the 31st

of tho

same month, there was borrowed by the treasurer on the bonds


of the county, and paid to volunteers, the sum* of $40,515.
F r o m the above, it appears that tho amount of money appropri
ated by the supervisors, and payable by the county for war pur
poses, was $260,729.
ISSUE O F BONDS.
The first issue of bonds was i n 1862, for six months.

They

were taken by the people of the county in suras of from $50


$7,500.

to

A portion of them were renewed for one year longer at

seven per cent, interest.


The next issue, in December, 1863, was for one, two and three
years at 7 per cent,, and were taken by citizens of the county, as
in 1862*

Copies of these bonds accompany the report.


COUNT* W A R MKETIHOS.

On J u l y | 1861, a county meeting was held at Genesee for


the purpose of encouraging enlistments*

A t this meeting the

H o n . Charles H Carroll presided, and James T . Norton and Wm


]|. Whit*, Keqs.,
were secretaries.

CouirsT COMMITTERS mm W A R

The board

o f supervisors acted

as a

PILOSES,

committee for tho county,

and the supervisors a a committee for their towns respectively.


*x

/i

Thepauperiaca of
by the war.

PaoriAisM.
the oounty has not boon materially

, *

. *

affected

. CRIME*

?rtmo haa decreased fosoiae extent, though not


r

:( ^ ' ^ ^ u ^ H s n t o f the w a n

largely,

since

TO
G E N E R A L BUSINESS

INTERESTS,

A l l branches of business i n the county have suffered to some


extent for want of laborers.
GENERAL OFFICERS F R O M T H E C O U N T Y .
H a r d l y had the sound of the fir3t traitorous gun at F o r t Sum
ter died away, ere Major James S. Wadsworth, of Geneseo, ten
dered his services to the Government.

H e was appointed a brig

adier-general, and the country has had few more energetic


efficient officers.

and

H e has taken an active part in all the principal

battles in V i r g i n i a , except in the Peninsular campaign, and also


bore a conspicuous part at Gettysburgh.

F o r several months *he

held the position of Military Governor of the District of Co


lumbia.
THE

RECORD.

record of Livingston county is one of which all her citi


zens may justly feel proud. She has responded promptly to every
call, and her citizens have given generously of their means i n
aid of the volunteers and their families, .
The

COUNTY.
The valuable report of the Hon. Sax ton Smith,
pondent, affords the following information :
PUTNAM

county corres

"VOLUNTEERS.
Putnam county has sent no full regiment nor battery into the
field, but has contributed men to the 38th, the 59th, the 96th
Infantry regiments, and the 4th and 6th Artillery, and- SetreU's
.Engineer&.

of

There -rue furnished b y the eounty under the ProtideniVcaBs


July and August, 1862, four hundred and thirty-two men.
;

SOLDIERS' F A M I U R S * * t * ,*
No aid

has been

support of familk*
through towns and by pri

paid b y the county for the

of volunteers, but it

has been extended

vate subscriptions.

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BOUNTIES TO Y O L U E T E E R J ,

Bounties

were paid b y towns

as follows;

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CHIEF OF THE BUREAU OF MILITARY STATISTICS*


Putnam V a l l e y

71

$836 00

South Bast

8,000 00

Total

$38,525 36

The towns were taxed, and the sums above given were col
lected.
The bounties paid by the towns under the calls for 600,000
men were $100 per man.
How
No

MONEYS WERE RAISED.

bonds wer.e issued.

T h e money was advanced by indi

viduals and banks, and has been raised and repaid by tax.

In

Carmel the advances were made by Chauncey R. Weeks, John G .


Miller, and Ambrose Ryder, who acted as a committee, and bor
rowed the money upon their joint note.

In Kent, tho money was

advanced b y the Bank of Kent, and i n other towns by individual


loans, often i n small sums.
A I D TO HOSPITALS, &C.
T h e amount of aid furnished by the county to hospitals, through
the Sanitary Commission, and otherwise, cannot bo ascertained.
Cold Spri&g and its vicinity furnishod $800.
W A R MEETINGS.
No

county conventions, but several largo general meetings

have been held.


PAUPERISM.
Pauperism has not been particularly affected by the war.
CRIME.
T h e influence of the war has been rather favorable than other
wise on crime.
BANKIHO INTERESTS.
#

Baidking interet9 have dot been affeoted materially.


.

G E N E R A L BUSINESS INTERESTS.

F o r want o f laborers, especially upon farms, there has been


aome embarrassment.

Mechanical employments have also been

short o f laborers*
Putnam county claims the honor o f having furnished several
S

m^m^:^r.

" | l a j o H j e n e r a l Cpucb is a native of the

. _ ^ ^ ^ f ^ ^ B i i ^ 'tit

v r

ttli%f*

Went from thence to West Point.


* W ^un^rnesr K

Warren are

FERST ANNUAL BBPOOT OF THE

1%

WARREN

COUNTY.

The interesting report of M r . FREDERICK A . JOHNSON,

Jr., coun

ty correspondent, affords the following information:


VOLUNTEERS.
The county of Warren has furnished 1,225 men for the war, of
whom 270 were enlisted for two and the remainder for three
years.

O f the latter, 330 men enlisted

between J u l y 1, 1863,

and January 1, 1864.


T h e regiments into which these men entered were as follows:
In Twenty-second regiment, (2 y'rs) from Washington, Warren,
Essex, Clinton and Rensselaer counties, Col. Walter Phelps, J r . ,
had two entire companies from'this county, v i z :
Company E , capt. George Clendon, J r . , 140 men.
Company F , capt. A . W . Holden, 130 men.
In Seventy-seventh regiment, chiefly from Saratoga county, and
known as the "Bemis Heights Regiment
In companies not known, 25 men.
In Ninety-third regiment, raised in Washington, Warren, Essex
and Clinton counties, included three companies from Warren :
Company A , capt. Orvill L . Calvin, 100 men.
Company H , capt. Hiram S. Wilson, 100 men.
Lieutenant P . P . Eidredge, 25 men.
In One Hundred and Eighteenth regiment, from Clinton, Essex,
Warren and F r a n k l i n counties, (chiefly of the 16th senatorial
district.) :
Company A , capt. J . H . Norris, 110 men*
In One Hundred and Twenty-third regiment, (raised

chiefly in

12th senatorial district.) :


Company A , capt. Geo. B . Warren, 60 men.
Coleman, 50 men.
In One Hundred
Saratoga, Warren

and Fifty-third regiment, from Washington,


and Hamilton, (15th senatorial district.)

Company K , capt. V . J . P. Chitty, 50 men.

In One Hundred and Sixty-ninth regiment, (12th senatorial dis


trict chiefly.)
Company , James Brice, 50 men.,
. u
In Independent Cavalry, District Columbia,^m^&ii/^fff^^men, enlisted since J u l / 1 , 1863, in the $eog<n^;Y$Um
Company A , c a p t D C a n n o n , ^ f l p * , ' , , ' . l ^ u ^ S ^ U
Company F , capt. J . S , F ^ * $
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CHIEF 01 TH1 BUREAU OF MILITARY STATISTICS.


Company K , capt. W. H . Arlins, 100 men.
Other companies, 50 men.
SOLDIERS' FAMILIES.
The county has left to the towns the matter of support of
families of volunteers.

the

(Reference is made to the reports of the

town correspondents for an account of this.)


W A R LOANS.
A loan of $15,000 was raised on notes negotiated by the coun
ty war committee.

T h e notes were assumed by tho county and

the amount was raised in instalments by the board of supervi


sors.

T h e following was the occasion:

On the 2d of July, 1862, the county of Warren was called upon


to furnish three companies of volunteers for the 118th regiment.
A large and spirited mass meeting of the citizens of the county
was called to take into consideration the manner of effecting this
object, and the supervisors who met at that time in special ses
sion, resolved to loan $15,000 for tho purpose of paying a county
bounty of $50 to each volunteer.
approved by the meeting.

Wing,

of QueenBburg,

This action was endorsed and

T h e money was borrowed from A l v a n

and

all of this, excepting a balance of

$206, was expended for the specific object thus authorized. T h i s

loan was subsequently


under a general law.

arranged to bo refunded by tax assessed


In addition to the above loan, several of

the towns offered bounties.

tions in all the towns except


support of families.'

T h e amount of private subscrip-


Bolton, was $15,575, chiefly for the

PAUPERISM.
Pauperism has somewhat increased since the commencement of

the war*
CRIME*

Tha statistics in this respect


before the war.

show about

the same condition as

BANKS AND B A X X I N O ESTABLISHMENTS.

, T I M | eftct of the war upon the business of banking has been


to dec?**** loans and discounts, and to increase deposits aud cir-

TJMSX ANV0AV BIPOKT O f T B I ?>i\V


RETURNING

REGIMENT*.

On the return of the Twenty-second regiment, * pnblip recep


tion was extended to them at Glens Falls.
of good feeling.

It was an occasion

About four hundred members of the regiment

partook of a public dinner.


Quota

under call of October, 1863.

The county of Warren has furnished its quota of men under


this

call of the President.

The several towns have

raised

and paid a bounty of $300 to each enlisted man, which will in


crease the amount raised in the county for war purposes about
$100,000.

Town bonds have been issued for the money required

to pay bounties.
YATES COUNTY.
( To J u l y 1st, 1863. )

The excellent report of the Hon. D A R I U S A . O G D E N , county cor


respondent, affords the following information :
VOLUNTEERS FURNISHED.
There was raised by the county of Yates, between A p r i l 15,
1861, and July 1. 1863, volunteers as follows:
F o r the first thirty-eight two years' regiments

100

Between June 1, 1861, and J u l y 1, 1862, for 3 yrs. 100


Between J u l y 1, 1862, and July 1, 1863, for 3 y r s . 575

m
ORGANIZATION OF THIS

FORCE.

No full regiments went from this county, but parts of several


regiments and batteries, whose estimated numbers were as foliowp:
F o r the 33d regiment, (2 years,) one c o m p a n y . . . . . . . 100 men
F o r the 44th regiment, nearly one company

70 , ,

F o r the 126th regiment, (26th Senatorial district,) two


and a half companies

280

F o r the 149th Tegiment, (26th Senatorial district,) two


and a half companies

245

In other regiments and batteries, including the 8th Cava i r y and Bowen's b a t t e r y . . .
Making total,

. . . *

. 100

as above, of about. . . . i i j .
w

Some others have gone from this county and enlisted


probably one hundred or mo**-:\f tymf-Hm I t a ^ l ^ p ^ ^ '

counties to join orgMatip& #ip^


f

,
^

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CHIXT OBLfffflB B m i & U O f HIUTXET STATISTICS.

. Tho

75

amount raised by voluntary subscription in the firs.t

months o f the war, for the support of families of volunteers, is


estimated at $4,000.

T h i s was distributed by a committee

in

sums varying from $4 to $3 per month, to families*


BOUNTIES, &C.
The supervisors, by resolutions passed at the special session of
tho board held on the 26th day of July and 21st day of Aug't, 1862,
directed two loans of $15,000 each, to be made on the credit of
the county, for the purpose of promoting enlistments and aiding
families.

They directed that county bounties of $20 should be

paid by the war committee to each person enlisting.

Several of

the towns, at town meetings, voted additional bounties of $100,


in order to fill up their quotas.

F r o m the county fund the sum

of $4 was to be paid per month to the wife of each absent vol


unteer, and $1 for each child, to the

number of four.

This

county aid to families was a continuation of the relief begun by


private subscription, and continues to the families of all, without
regard to term of enlistment, to those who volunteered prior to
August, 1662.

T h i s indebtedness against the county and towns,

has been cancelled by taxation, excepting in the town of Torrey,


The fliisd for families was continued through December,

1863,

.and Ithe remainder waa then distributed by the county treasurer

among the towns, in the


uae of the
Ithe

proportion drawn in December, f o r l h e

officers! having charge of the soldiers' relief fund in

several towns*

The following

sums of money were ordered

to be raised upon the several towns by tax :


Barrington volunteers' relief fund

Benton
Italy

do
do

Jerusalem

do

$400 00

do
do

1,100 00
400 00

do

Interest on county scrip

Middlesex

2,000 00

*.

63 00

relief fund
Hflo r ^ do
do
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do
do
gtarkey
do _
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X l i r m t ^ W I I ^ T O t y , scrip and interest
volunteer

450 00
2,000 00

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who received the county bounty


A s will be seen, the whole amount of money raised by
of supervisors to J u l y I, 1863, was $30,650.00.

T h e number of volunteers
was 551.
the board

WAR

LOANS.

N O bonds were issued, but scrip was given,

in amounts of from

$ 2 0 to $ 1 0 0 , payable when the money was collected, with interest


at the rate of seven per cent., and was freely taken by
zens of the county and by the soldiers for bounty.

the citi

A tax

was

levied for the full amount of county scrip, and in all the towns
except Torrey, as before stated, for the sums appropriated for
town bounties, and cheerfully paid, so that no debt was created,
and a fund was provided which will be available for families of
volunteers until the latter part of 1 8 6 3 .
4

WAR

MEETING.

A general county meeting was held at Penn Y a n , at which the


initiatory steps were taken to raise funds for bounties and for
families. A l l parts of the county were represented, and the ac
tion of the board of supervisors, above referred to, was in pur
suance of the recommendation of this meeting. Other meetings
were held in other quarters, from Juue to August, 1862, and in
September the quota was full.
The county committee appointed to distribute the funds con
sisted of D . A . Ogden, C . C . ^heppard, . B . Jones, and F . S .
Holmes. The Governor appointed a war committee, consisting
of D . A . Ogden, S. C . Cleveland, M . Brown, If. H . Lawrence, A .
T . Whittaker, W m . S. Briggs, H . C . Wolcott, J . F.Anderson, and
W m . Thomas.
PAUPERISM.

Pauperism has not increased during the

war.

CRIME.

T h e war has

not had a noteworthy influence on crime.


BANKING

T h e effect, i f any,

INTERESTS.

of the war in the business of banking haa

been to increase business.


G E N E R A L BUSINESS INTERESTS.

The material interests of the county have not be*n 'wdfitaliH


ably affected by the war; indeed, alf kinds of business fapnfraa* ^
better. Farmers are thrifty; tba basioess frff T i l h q n
' *
building increased.
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CHIEF o r i m

BusxAtr O F MTLXTART STATISTICS.

RETURNED

7T

REGIMENTS.

Company I, 23d regiment, returned i n June, 1863, and were


mustered out o f the T J . S. service, they having served the full
term of two years.
returned.

About thirty of the

original one hundred

They were in some twelve battles, including Yorktown,

Williamsburg, F a i r Oaks, Seven Days' battles before Richmond,


Antietam, South Mountain, and first and second Frcdericksburgh,
under Burnside and Hooker.

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MEMORANDA ACCOMPANYING REPORTS OF COUNTY T R E A S U R E R S H A D E


TO THE BUREAU IN JANUARY, 1 8 6 4 .
Albany

County.The

board of supervisors at their session,

in December, 1 8 6 3 , voted to pay $ 3 0 0 for each volunteer under


the last call for 3 0 0 , 0 0 0 men.
Allegany

County.Board

of supervisors, i n December, 1 8 6 3 ,

voted to pay each volunteer the sum of $ 3 0 0 , to be raised in one,


two and three years, as each town saw fit.
Broome

Cou?ity.Some

6 f the towns are paying town bounties

which will amount in the aggregate to $ 2 5 , 0 0 0 .


Chautauqua

County.Large

sums are being raised throughout

the county to encourage volunteering, each town proposing to


pay a bounty of $ 3 0 0 to each volunteer under the last call of the
President.

The aggregate number of men to be raised is 7 3 9 ,

which, at $ 3 0 0 each would amount to $ 2 2 1 , 7 0 0 .


-Columbia

County.-In

addition to amount voted by supervisors,

large bounties were paid by the several towns.


Clinton

County.The

several towns, almost without exception,

have also paid bounties, varying in amount from $ 1 5 0 to $ 3 0 0 ,


in addition to those provided by the board of supervisors.*
Delaware

County.The

towns of MidMletown, Tompkins and

Walton paid their bounties by private subscription.


Essex County.The
several towns in the county have paid
quite an amount for supplies for families of volunteers and
raising men on the first call for 7 5 , 0 0 0 .

out
for

Herkimer County.The towns in the county have provided for


7

volunteers families, bounties, Ac.

Kings County.It will take about $1,000,000 in addition to

already expended, to fill up the quota under the


President's call of pctober 1863.
Leiois County.Some of the towns are paying $100 to each vol
unteer, in the expectation that the board of supervisors will la*
gaiize it.
- - i ; ' * * ^; ; \ :
what has been

Livingston County.Ho appropriation was maAo by the sapor*

visors in 1861, but large amounts wars subscribed a4


individuals in nearly every town i l l the ooiit^ltai
,

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C H I E F O r T H B B U R E A U O F M I L I T A B Y STATISTICS.

81

Mmtgomery 'CWnrty,-Large amounts were paid by towns for


bounties,
1

Oneida County.It is estimated that it will take $200,000 to fill

the quota under the call of Oct. 1863. Most of this sum has already
been paid out by the supervisors of the respective towns, the
ampunts having been loaned for that purpose in anticipation of
an early appropriation to cover the same by the board of super
visors.

Large amounts have been raised in various ways aside

from amounts raised by tax.


Orange

County.December

3, 1863, the board of supervisors

resolved to raise (subject to the approval of the Legislature) the


sum of $300,000, or so much thereof as should be necessary, for
the purpose of paying $300 to each volunteer under the draft
directed to take place on the 5th of January, 1864.

Putnam County.There

has been raised, by private donation


and-subscription, at least $50,000.

Seneca County.Sever&\

of the towns issued town bonds, and d i d

not take the bonds issued by the county.

Such was the case with

twotownsin 1863; and in 1862 all the towns issued town bonds.

Saratoga County.In addition to amount raised by supervis


ors, twelve (12) towns raised by tax $52,289.43, which has been
paid out.

St. Lawrence County.In December, 1863, the towns paid town


bounties to the amount of about $121,700.

Tioga County.The town of Owego raised $4,000 for the sup

port of soldiers' families; also some $2,500 was subscribed vol


untarily under the call in 1862, to promote volunteering, and
other sums by private individuals are now paid monthly to aid
families.
Tompkint County.In addition to amount raised by board of
~ supervisors, the following sums have been raised and expended :
Voluntary Subscriptions for relief of families of volun:

-*$foiL:XjLy.:.

J...

&a$S6d by to* for relief of families of volunteers

;^
^ W M ^ ^ ^ ^ ' *

to. pay bounties


'

do

$9,740
892
20,974
47,878.

82

FIRST ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

>

1862, the towns of Ross, Wolcott, Galen,


and Ontario filled their quotas by town or volunteer
E v e r y town in the county in 1862 contributed largely

Wayne County.In
Savannah,
bounties.

to volunteer funds, and only resorted to county bounties to make


out quotas for the

third regiment raised

in this (the 24th)

district.
Westchester

County.Wherever

moneys have been raised to pay

bounties, it has been by action of the people in town meetings.


COUNTY CORRESPONDENTS OF THE BUREAU.
Albany
Allegany

..

.
...

Broome

Hon. Martin Grover.

. . .

Cattaraugus

William A . Meloy.

Cayuga

Doctor Sylvester Willard.

Chautauqua

Chemung

Hon. George W . Patterson.


.

H o n . Tracy Beadle.

Chenango
Clinton

Hon. Perry G . Ellsworth.

Columbia

Hon. Charles L . Beale.

Cortland

H o n . H i r a m Crandall.

Delaware

Col. Robert S. Hughston.

Dutchess

^_ _

Hon. J . Spencer

Van Cleef.

Erie

Hon. John Ganson.

Essex _

Hon. Robert S. Hale. ,

Franklin

Hon. James

Fulton
Genesee

Wheeler. *
Burr.
'"

Hon.'William A .

H.

John A .

Greene

Cook.

Hamilton
Herkimer

Jefferson

L. J . Bigelow.

Kings
Lewis

...<^>p-.'

Henry B. Turner.
Doctor Walter B. LaaderdaJe.
Hon. John J# Foots,
Bon. John LCh*Jaarcv lty
Hon.

Livingston

Madison
Monroe

New York

'

CHIEF OF * M
Onondaga
Ontaria .

H o n . Charles Andrews.
Hon. "Gideon Granger.

Orange

John C . McConnell.

Orleans

E z r a T . Coaun.

Oswego .

H o n . Elias Root.

Otsego

George W . Ernst.

Putnam

Hon. Saxton Smith.

Queens

Charles M . K i r b y .

Eenseelaer
Richmond

Rockland

Hon. James Forsyth.


Hon. A. B. Conger.

Saratoga .

Hon. James M . Cook.

Schenectady

John Bradt.

Schoharie

Gen. George E . Danforth.

Schuyler

Hon. Charles Cook.

Seneca^..,

Henry Stowell.

St. Lawrence . . . . .

Hon. Charles G . Myers.

Steuben.

Hon. Robert Campbell.

Suffolk . .

D r . A . G . Thompson.

Sullivan

Tioga . *
Tompkins .

OF MILITARY STATISTICS.

Hon. Henry R. Low.


H o n . Lyman Truman.

H o n . E z r a Cornell.

Ulster

Hon. Marius Schoonmaker.

Warren

Frederick A . Johnson, J r .

Washington

Hon. Edward Dodd.

Wayne
Westchester . .

*.
.

Saxton B . Gavitt.

Wyoming

H o n . Linus W . Thayer.

Yates.........

H o n . Darius A . Ogdeu.

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M l l t t A R Y STATISTICS.

A F F O R D E D B Y TOWNS.

T h e following abstracts afford an incomplete summary of the


reports of town correspondents, but it has been deemed unjust
to the towns to attempt a more full account at thistime.

The

information afforded b y the reports is so precise and varied that


i t cannot be condensed without losing much o f its value.

An-

other reason, but about one-fifth o f the towns have reported, and

no satisfactory plan can be adopted for presenting the details


until at least a majority of the reports shall have been received.
A L L E G A N Y
,

COUNTY.

A L F R E D .

'Number of volunteers furnished in first, 38 r e g i m e n t s . . .

JJumber furnished between that time and President's call


1

for 600;000.

14

Number under the calls for 600,000

34

Total number furnished

56

Amount of money raised in towns to promote enlistments,

81,489 00

Amount raised by tax on town or Ward


Amount raised by individual subscription

$450 00
$1,039 00

A i d from churches, schools or academies to soldiers in

hospital cr in service

$45 00

Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso-

'

ciated effort or by individuals

$103 00

|^umber of men'who have been discharged or resigned

from disability

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .

, < |tfumber of men who have returued4u two years regiments,

. * K.

"

A N G E L I C A .

<,/ J ffamber of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

25

s\i;;jfalhetf'furnished between that time and President's call

f^lhV

000,000,....

48

Ku^ber under calls tor 000,000


I ^ f j p l number furnished.
l^famtot
m o w y raised ia town to promote enlistments,
t#kon town or ward
it raised^ by Individual sulNM^ptionk^
^ ^
to famiw

^ t ^ W B ^ ^ * /

* ^

* * *

68
126
$1,6*3 S5
$1,150 00
$583 6a

$iwee.

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability.

K illed and died

B O L I V A R .

Number furnished between June 1/61, and President's call


for 600,000

111

4B

Number under the calls for 600,000


*
Total number furnished
*.. <,
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

89
86
$556 05

Amount raised by individual subscription

$556 05

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso


ciated effort or by i n d i v i d u a l s . . . . . . . .

$100 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability
Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .

12
3

Killed and died

Wm

5
G E N E S E E .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .


Number furnished between that time and President's call

23

for 600,000
Number under the calls for 600,000

SS
56

Total number furnished


Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

101
$650 0()

Amount raised by individual subscription

$650 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso


ciated effort or by individuals

$140

00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

1
21

G R A N G E R .

Number furnished between June 1,'61,and President's


lor GOO.uOU,

call -

8$

Number under the calls for 600,000.

Total number f u r n i s h e d . . .

}f$$

Amount of money i&ised in town to promote eu lie tinea ta,

$$,00 0$

.. / $724 09

Amount raised by tux on town or w a r d . . . . ,


Amount raised by individual subscription*
\ r n n U - r of men who have been discharged
fWwi diaability.

0$ *

orraiigqed ..'

o *

.<>

r
, \ .

brought home lf ber^t


who have reton&d is* two jre&ts regtatata* ^..

N r n n t w of officer^ajid fuldiera
h

umber of

men

Natiilmr furniaMI krtvw*

ikt&llm
V...

WMtk^miii
,.v,,,,

' - ^ M ^ ^ ^ ^ -

awst otmm mm& v

87

MULITAIRY STATISTICS.

>

Number under tbe calls for 600,000


Total number furnished

30
61

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

$698 00

Amount raised by tax on towu or ward.

$698 60

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability

Number of officers and soldiers brought home fur burial. .


N E W

H U D S O N .

Number of volunteers furnished in tirst 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

Number' furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000 . . . . . . f c

Number under the calls for 600,000

23

Total number furnished


Aid

100

sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso

ciated effort or by individuals

$170 00

Number of men who have Leers discharged or resigned


from disability

26

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .

Scio.
Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

15

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000

30

Number under the calls for 600,000

87

Total number fur nibbed

82

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

$1,450 00

Amount raised by tax on town or ward

$250 00

Amount, raised by individual subscription


Aid

$1,200 00

sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso

ciated effort or by individuals.

$239 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


frun disability

i..

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .

W A R D .

Ifumberfurtiitdted between June 1, '01, and President's call


for 600,000

28

$ljup!*>r under fife calls for 600,000


f v t * i number furnished
'

21
:

40

jLmount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

$712 25

^ e e u n l raised by tea a town er ward

$l$i

25

fMgil

1531

00

h$ iadStfeliiiil subscription

... 4ti fefnisli I f teehs% ocuoQla er i&dfoiduak


',^ffes^fvete&levss^&*,* < , * 9 * a e . . .
e

'A H f t M C ^ ^ ^ . ^ ^ f e i *

m>$m^*

fx4,^Kf\t" teWill&#0e$0$eo0*f&
f

to fami. .

$46$ oo

$0 soldiers in

.
08'

^ ^ ^ ^ ^

Number of men who have been discharged or romg&Qd


from disability

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .

K i l l e d or d i e d . . . . . . . .

<
W E S T

A L M O N D .

Number furnished between June 1, '61, and President's call


for 00,000

10

Number ui lder the culls fur 600,000*.

25

Total number furnished

35

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

$681

50

Amount raised by tax on town or ward

$487 50

Amount raised by individual subscription

$200 00

A i d furnished by churches, schools or individuals to fami


lies of volunteers

$17 00
BROOME

COUNTY.

L I S L E .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

71

Number under the calls for 600,000

48

Total number furnished


Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

119
$575 00

Amount raised by individual subscription


A i d furnished by churches, schools or individuals to fami

$575 00

lies of volunteers

$250 00

A i d from churches, schools or academies to soldiers in


hospital or in service
A i d sent to hospitaU, to sanitary commission, by asso
ciated effort or by individuals
,

BP*

$50 00
$275 00

T K I A K G L K .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments.

11

Number furnished between that time and President's call

for 600,000
****

IlfiifUfii

81

Number under the calls for 600,000,

iS

Total number furnished


Number of men who have been discharged or resigned

95

from disability

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for hartal.

$
^

Number oi men who have returned in two years rvglmsuU,.

ft

Itamher of volunteer** faruished in first 88


If umber furnitihed between

re&taa^s,"

aftd nmkim&%mM

.......
"

--

<'

'-^r^n^l.i

*% cf;f^

' ' -

'

>-.h->&/'<t^s}

'si

msm wmmaw^

89

As&eust of money raised in town to promote enlistments,


Amount raised by teg on town or ward
A M from churches,. schools or academies to soldiers in

$2,500 00
$2,500 00

hospital or i a service
Number of men who have been discharged or resigned

$72 00

from disability

2
W I N D S O R .

Number furnished between June 1,'61, and President's call


for 600,000.

74

Number under the calls tor 600,000

65

Total number furnished

139

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,


< Amount raised by tax on town or ward
CATTARAUGUS
C O L D

$161

56

$161

56

COUNTY.

S P R I N G .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .


Number under the calls for 600,000
T o t a l Dumber furnished
Amount of money raised iu town to promote enlistments,
Amount raised by individual subscription.
Number of men who have been discharged or resigned
from disability

28
.

24
52
$188 00
$188 00
5

E L U C O T T V U X E .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .


Number furnished between that time and President's call

30

for 600,000
Number under the calls for 600,000

10
40

Total number furnished


Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

80
$3,000 00

jalnount raised by tax on town or ward


AsBoant raised by individual subscription

$1,609 00
$1,400 00

AM

seat to hospitals,

to sanitary commission, by

d a t e d effort or by individuals

$500 00

Ifpaber of men who have been discharged or resigned


jsiusi disability. . f . . . . . . * * .

|hn$h$r of %Mom and soldiers broeght home for b u r i a l . .

f mUmtmr ferssaheS i s Erst 3 r e g i m e n t * . . . .

45

tel#Iifim^hiift4ipe

- s f s f ^ f f t p

aud Pieekftetatta call

Amount raised by individual subscription


A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso
ciated effort or by individuals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

tioo m

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned

from disability*.. . . . . * * . . . . * . . . . . * * * * .

Number of officers and soldiers brought h o m e i b r b u r i a l . .


Killed, not brought home

......................
F R A N K X J N V I L L E .

Number of volunteers furbished in first 38 Tegiments... *


Number furnished between that time and President's call
for 600,000
Number under the calls for 600,000.
Total number f u r n i s h e d . . . .
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,
Amount raised by individual subscription
A i d furnished by churches, schools or individuals to fami
lies of volunteers
<,................
Number of. men who have been discharged or resigned
from disability

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .

m
81 1
$510 50
$519 50
$400 00
IS

S
1

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

P i '

I B C H D A .

Number furnished between J u n e l , 61, and President's call

M i l '

19

Total number furnished


Amount of money raised in town0to promote enlistments,
Amount raised by individual subscription.
......
A i d furnished by churches, schools or individuals to fami
lies of volunteers.
< . <,.... . . . . . ,

'ill*J.-:.

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


>. . . .. . * * * * * * *
from disability

MACHIAS.
Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regt
Number furnished between that time and President*a call
for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Number under the calls ibr 699,000
HNHSHHHHHHKMEMBI

14

for 600,000
Number under the calls for 600,000.

Total number furnished.


Amount of moiR-y r&iaed m tmm
Amount raided by t&s on

&mmntmmu&

, . . . . .

. . . . . . .

t ^remots soligtets&ts^

UPWR mwmdL*.*

by individual

Butomm0km...

J200 00
|O0 00
$82

0
f

A M sent 1to hospitals, ito aanitary toernmiss'ion, Ibjr assovciated effort or % individuals,.

..,.

,.

,.. *

i i o o too

Niuiriber of m&n who have been discharged or resjgiied


.from disability*,* ... .. ..,..,..,..., *............ > ,*,,< ., ,.....
Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .

on -iihe {field,. , . . *< . . *.... ,.,..* .*.......**,&...,. ,

ao

M A N S F I E L D .

Number of volunteers furnished iu Urst 38 regiments.....


d u m b e r furnished between that time and President's call
J ^ O F ^SOOjOOO *
> o- *v a o * * a >. .* a a > * # * #
Number under the calls for 600,000 & .......,

. . . . . .

31
21

Total number f a m i s h e d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

a, J 39 10'

Amount raised by tax on town or w a r d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

$740 00

A m o u n t raised by individual s u b s c r i p t i o n . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

10

A i d aent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso


ciated effort or by i n d i v i d u a l s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

$100 00

Number of men who have been discharged or .resigned


from disability.

Number of men who have returned iu two years regiments,

X^ied..............i....... . . . . . . . . . . - . i . . . . .

. . : >...

OTTO.

Number furnished between June 1,'61, and President's call


for 600,000;....

47

Number under the'-calls tor 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . . . . .


......
Total number f u r n i s h e d . . . .
............. . . .
jArnount of money raised in town to /promote eiilistmeiits,
Amount raised by individual subscription . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

83
f3,8^0 00
3,820 00

dumber of men who have been discharged <jr resigned


tEwmi t d k a h i l i t y . * . . . .

o #

= J#

. *

PoarviLLE.

iumbsr of virtanteeirB furnished infirstW regiments

^0

fitesiber furnished between that time and PreHiilent's call


HOO/OOO.. . . **...
..
.......
(under tbe sejlls ^ur 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
^utisi siMmhar

JiiMiii(lwd..,.-^.*^v.-^-.*-*--..............

JiirnHNlt-iir useaey raised in town to promote enlistments,


}<tip$ f$1$@d lijy WlhrHliiiil a h t c r i p U o n . . . . . . . . . .
s
t e p l ^ %fa*mmdmy eonimiflsion, by

mat*

'i ' , '

0 ^ j . * . . - 6 S * 3 1.1. . . * - . - i . .-. ...

s*
U
119
$1300 00
#1,200 00

92

FUST

AmuAL urow or
SALAMAVCA.

N m n W r of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments.


Nutiyl-'T firiiih-d -Wtween that time and President's call
ftuif
lano^fHiM....,,.....,...,....,.,.......##

23

XuuiU-r under the rail* for 600,000

81

T-ial utieid-'T fill nislied . . . . .

60

AfUMUiri *f

nt'wy

raided in l*>wn to promote enlistments,

Amount raised by t a \ **u I " W H or ward

$2,108 00

AfM'timt raised by individual subscription

$220 00

Number of wen who have been discharged or resigned


from disability. . . . . . . . . . . . .

............

10

Number of oflirrr* and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .

Number off men who have returned in two years regiments,

Killed or died,

6
Sol'TH

VAI,I,F,V,

Nnm1*er of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .


Number furnished between that time and President's call

for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Number under fPre ealfs for 600,000.


T o ! ml number fn mislfed . , , . , . . . . , . . . . , . . . . , . . . . . . . .

22
36

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,


Amount raised by iwlh-idual. subscript ion.
...

$34
$34

Number of men who It a w


from

been discharged or resigned

disability ..............

4 1

YoRKSlUfcT,
Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . .

Number furbished between that time and President's call


for
Number tinder the rails for

Total mmtbrt furnrshed <..

6
122

Amount of m<>ney raised in town to promote enlistments,

$1,432 00

AtwrtWi raised by tax on town or ward. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

$1,300 00

Amount raised by tndividnal subscription.


Aid

$133 00

sent lo hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso

ciated effort or hy individuals,,,

$30$ JN>

If timber of men who have been discharged or resigned


ft'Q'tti

disability *

17
C A Y U G A COUNTY.
Acatu* Crrr (&econd Ward.)

famished,,**.,**,.............
Ammni of money raided in ward to pntmett l f a t f < ^
TotaJ

riwwber

Amoant rained by t a i o

wm4

kwxmni twmd hy f*df?MtI mtimttfitm*

$2,328 00

c*m

OF

m muuuu O F MILITAKT

93

STATISTICS.

Aid furnished by churches, schools or individuals to fami


lies of votuuteers

$5,000 00

A i d from churches, schools or academies to soldiers iu


hospital or in service

600 00

A i d sent to hospital*, to sanitary commission, by asso


ciated effort or by individuals

7,395 83

G E N U A .

Number funushed between June 1, '61 aud President's cull


t

for 600,000

56

Number under the calls for 600,000

81

Total number furnished

137

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,


Amount raised by tax on town or ward

$3,800 00
3,20*0 00

Amount raised by individual subscription

$00 00

A i d furnished by churches, schools or individuals to fami


lies of volunteers

200 00

Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso


ciated effort or by individuals

2.4S0 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability

Number of officers and soldiers brought home fur burial. .

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

W A S C O .

Number of-volunteers furnished fn. first 38 regiments.'...

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000

11

Number under the calls for 600,000

49

Total number furnished

66

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,


Amonnt raised by t a r on town or ward

3,100

Amount raised by individual subscription


Aid

$3,550 00
00

450 00

sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso

ciated effort or by individuals

1,232

00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

-6

STEELING.
Number of volunteers famished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

11

Hussber famished between thai time and President's call


fec 000,000..

40

jr000,000..........
~

^ "

. . . .

mmtf f l i r u r i H t l o w a t o
r

194

ptuawHaenlistments,

^suTOS*ls wn\Wwuf<U . . . . . . .

iw
$183

09

' 189

09

mar AmrtTAL U P O K T or m

94

$51 00

Amount raised by individual subscription..


Number of men who have been discharged or resigned
from disability

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

10
7

K i l l e d and died
C H A U T A U Q U A
A

K K

COUNTY.

W R I G H T .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s , . . .


Number furnished between that time ami* President's call
for 600,000

Number under the culls for 000,000

34

Total number furnished

39
$2,265 00
2,000 00

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,


Amount raised by tax on town or ward.

265 00

Amount raised by individual subscription


Aid

sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso


300 00

ciated effort or by individuals


Number of men who have been discharged or resigned

from disability
Number of officers and soldiers brought home for burial.

C A R R O L L .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

17

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000

IG

48

Number under the calls for 600,000

81

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

$2,510 00

Total number furnished

2,000 00

Amount raised by tax on town or ward

670 00

Amount raised by individual subscription


Aid

sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso


250 00

ciated effort or by individuals.,


Number of men who have been discharged or resigned
from d i s a b i l i t y . . .

10

Skilled and d i e d . . . * . . . > . . . . . . . < > . . . . . . . . .

CflABLOTTE.

'

Number furnished between Juae 1,'tl, mmd Preasdeiit'* call


for 600,000

Nora her under the calls for 000,009


Total number /nrnisbed

, , , .
.
. :;,
;

Amount of money raised ui town to y m s t t atJhfMpjl^ t\


Mm&mt raised by tax om t u m o r m t C * * ^ # # * ^
v

ABMMUHraited by

mkmdl*m.~*tM*m*mwM

C m

OF I D I t U A V OF m i l T A A T STATISTICS.

95

Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso


ciated effort or by individuals
Number of men who have been discharged or resigned
from disability

$250 00
f

E L I . I C O T T . .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

52

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000.

184

Number under the calls for 600,000

148

Total number furnished

374

Amount of money raised in town to.promote enlistments,


Amount raised by tux on town or ward

$45,000 00
7,500 00

Amount raised by individual subscription.

37,500 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso


ciated effort or by individuals

724

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .

00
1

P O L A N D .

Numb r furnished between June 1, 61, and President's call


for 600,000
Number under the calls for 600,000

53
55

Total number furnished

107

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

$",100 00

Amount raised by tax on town or ward

3,M*U 00

Amount raised by individual subscription

1,300

00

POM FRET.
Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .
Number furnished between that time and President's call
for 600,000
Number under the calls for 600,000
Total number furnished

9
82
133
224

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,


Amount rained by tax On town or ward

raised by individual subscription.


Aid taut to hospitals, to sanitary commission,
ciated eftx-t or by individuals

. . .

Amount

$12,678 05
8,571

31

'4,106 14
by asso
1,405 35

ffnmhsr of oss'cers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .

PoLA*n.
Bmualw of volunteers raruiahsd in first 38 regiment*....
Bsnukar f j o h m s i hotwoon thai time and President's call
fcr#*M*0
,

J ^ S S E i ^
^^^Hn^^n^BnunEl^P^k^

v^^^^^nnn^nnnannn^nBHBl^^^^^&^^^
.-

11
66

IMii

oo

96

ran

jjnmu. w o n

Amount raised by tax on town or ward

or

ra

n *

Amount raised by individual subscription


Aid

sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso

ciated effort or by individuals


Numler of men who have been discharged or resigned
from disability . . . . . * * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .
Number of men who have returned in two years
Died . . . .

regiments,

-'^r;-^-"-^.

S T O C K T O N .

Number furnished between June 1, '61, and President's call


for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0

.-.

Number under the calls for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . .


Total number furnished. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,
Amount raised by tax on town or ward
Amount raised by individual subscription
Aid

cent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso

ciated effort or by individuals,


Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .
Number of men who have returned in two years

regiments,

Killed
WESTFIBU).
N-iH U T of v. .In nicer* furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . .
N u m i ' f fummhed between that time and President's call
f, .r f,OO.M0
\0

Iwi ujnjer the calls for 600,000

T^km number furnished


Amount <( money raised in town to promote enlistments,
Amount raised by tax on town or ward
Amount raised by individual subscription
Aid furnished by churches, schools or individuals to fanii1 ies of \olunteers.
4

Aid

.................................

from churches, schools or academies to soldiers in

- hospital or in service
Aid

sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso

ciated effort or by individuals


Number of officers and soldiers hronght hums fur bnrtal..

CH2MU9G COUNTY.

CHUT OF t n

BUKXAU OP M I U T A B T 8TATTSTIC8.

Total number tarnished


Aid furnished by churches, schools or individuals to fami
lies of volunteers
4
Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso' ciated effort or by individuals
Number of men who

have been discharged or resigned

from disability
.

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for burial..


E R I N .

Number furnished between June 1, '61, and President's call


for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 , . . .
Number under the calls for 000,000
Total number furnished

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,


Amount raised by tax on town or ward
Amount raised by individual subscription
Number of men who have been discharged

or resigned

from disability
C H E N A N G O

COUNTY.

C O V E N T R Y .

Number furnishedjbetwecn June 1, '61, and President's call

for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Number under the calls for 600,000
Total number furnished
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,
Amount raised by tax on town or ward
Aid furnished by churches, schools or individuals to fami

lies of volunteers
Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso
ciated effort or by individuals
Number of men who have been discharged or resigned
front disability. . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . ' . .
Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .
Ihuaber died in field.
GBBMAK.

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments....


Number funuubed between that time and President's call
9ls\999i960 -
IVn^nuua^.un^fiejr.ube culls CHT 666^000*

98

FIRST ANNUAL REPORT OF THIS

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso


ciated effort or by individuals.
Number of men who have been discharged or resigned
from disability.
Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .
Died
PllAKSAIJA.
Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .
Number furnished between that time and President's call
for 600,000
Number under the calls for 600,000
Total number furnished
Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso
ciated effort or by individuals
Number of men who have been discharged or resigned
from (liability

*
P K K S T O N .

Number furnished between June 1/61, and President's call


for 600,000
Number under the calls for 600,000
Total number furnished
Amount of-money raised in town to promote enlistments,
Amount raised by tax on town or ward
Aid furnished by churches, schools or individuals to families of volunteers
Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission; by asso
ciated effort or by individuals
Number of men who have been discharged or resigned
from disability
Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,
Died
S M Y R N A .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .


Number furnished between that time aud President's call
for 600,000

Number under the calls for 600,000


Total number furnished
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,
Amount raised by individual subscription

. .

A i d furnished by churches, schools or individuals to fami


lies of volunteers.
A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso

ciated effort or by individuals.... . . . . . .


1

'Number of men who hare been disxsfcnryad o r fltnsjpstsT

from disability

CHIBP OF TO BUREAU OF MILITARY STATISTICS.


CLINTON

99

COUNTY.

A L T O N A .

Number furnished between June 1, '61, and President's'call


for 600,000

14

Number under the calls for 600,000

18

Total number furnished.

32

Amount of money raised iu town to promote enlistments,


Amount raised by tax on town or ward

$450 00

450 00

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

100

C I I A Z Y .

Number under the calls for 600,000

64

Total number furnished

164

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,


Amount raised by individual subscription.

$240 00
240 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso


ciated effort or by individuals

137 74

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


.

from disability

Number of officers and soldiers brought home tor burial. .

12
8

C L I N T O N .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments

64

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000

15
4

Number under the calls for 600,000


Total number furnished
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,
Amount raised by tax on town or ward
Amount raised by individual subscription

83
$325 00
25 00
300 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso


ciated effort or by individuals.

75 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from d i s a b i l i t y . . . .

PERU.
29

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .


N umberVurnished between that time and President's call

for 600,000..

19
34
88

Namber under the calls for 600,000.


Vital a m b e r fum%hed.......
c f nstmry raised i n town to promote enlistments,
b y individual s u b s c r i p t i o n . . .
1

J l l Inf tibil tj r 1 * j f

" '

$480 82
480 82

349 00

100

FIRST ANNUAL RIPOBT OF J H N

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned

from disability
Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .

Nuinhcr of men who have returned in two years regiments,

25

Died

. . . . . . . . *.

.. . . ............. . %..
COLUMBIA

COUNTY.

A U S T E R L I T Z .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments


Number furnished between that time and President's call
for 600,000

34

Number under the calls for 600,000

'....

Total number furnished

102

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,


Amount raised by tax on town or ward.

$6,T38 00
6,000 00
738 00

Amount raised by individual subscription


Aid

64

sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso


175 00

ciated effort or by individuals


Number of men who have been discharged or resigned

from disability
Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .
Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

6
4

K I N D K R H O O K .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

12

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000
Number under the calls for 600,000
Total number furnished
Amount of money raised by town to promote enlistments,
Amount raised by fax on town or ward
Amount raised by individual subscription
Aid

84
139
235
$11,753 00
8,253 00
3,500 00

sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso

ciated effort or by individuals.

.......>

too 00

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .

L I V I N G S T O N .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .


Number furnished between that time and President's

call

for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . . . . . ,
Number under the calls for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

.....

Total number furnished..'.. . .

town to promote enlistments,


Amount raised by tax on-town or ward
.*
^ ^
Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, ^ ( ^ ^ ^ ^ i i i ^ ^ M
ciatod effort or bytadmdMb* .y *
* .
^!^^^00mmM
Amount of money raised in

i# # #

can* of m

101

BURIATJ O F MILITARY STATISTICS.

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


front disability* . * . . . . . * .

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

11

CORTLAND

COUNTY.

H O M E R .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments

10

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000

..

23

Number under the calls for 600,000

35

Totul number furnished.

68

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,


Amount raised by individual subscription

$768 00
768 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso


ciated effort or by individuals

...

200 00

M A R A T H O N .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

12

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . . . . . .

11

Number under the calls for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

41

Total njimber furnished.

64

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

$2,176 00

Amount raised by tax on town or w a r d . . . . . . . . . . 1 , 7 7 6


Amount raised by individual s u b s c r i p t i o n . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

00

400 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability.

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .

' PREBLE.
Norober of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . .

Number under the calls for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

42

Total nnmber f u r n i s h e d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

40

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,


Amount raised by tax on town or ward
Aid

$2,000 00
2,000 00

sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso-

ctate/i efbrt or by individuals.

400 00

Member of men who have been discharged or resigned


Assbility...

Number of onleers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .

SOLON.
Jfnunber of volunteers furnished in first 88 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

boifrHosV the* time and President's call


>:;;^sui^^^^i^^v^|u.sW'.^*naa

an

102

man

amrrjAL w o r n or

Total number furnished

....

m
. .

4f
$1,500 00
1,500 00

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,


Amount raised by tax on town or ward
A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso~
ciated effort or by individuals.

....

100 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability.
....

-K.illocl in fiolt* * t * *

>
f

T R U X T O N .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .


Number furnished between that time and President's call
for

13
1

600,000......................".......'..*.'.'..*

Number under the calls ibr 600,000

44

50

Total number f u r n i s h e d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments/

10T
$2,180 00

Amount raised by tax on town or w a r d . . . . .

2,150 00

Amount raised by individual subscriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

30 00

Aid furnished by churches, schools or individuals to famir

lies of v o l u n t e e r s ^ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * . . ' . . ' . . . ...*. ' . . . . *

113 93

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso


ciated effort or by individuals.

300 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability*... . . . . . . . * . . . . . . ' . . ' . . . . . . * . ' . * . . . . .

13

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .


Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

W I L L E T T .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .


Number furnished between that time and Presidents call
for 600,000.. . . . . . . . ' . . . . . ' . * . ' . . . .6 *.

Number under the calls for 600,000


..<

to
4*

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

$1,825 00

Amount raised by tax on town or w a r d W . . . . . . . . . . . . . .<

1,300 00

Total number furnished.

Amount raised by individual subscription.

525 00

A i d from churches, schools or academies to soldiers ixf


hospital or in s e r v i c e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Number of men who have been discharged Or resigned

100 00
t-

from d i s a b i l i t y . . .

6
DUTCHESS COUNTY!

Number of volunteers furnished to

first 3S regiment**...

Jfumber^under the Calls for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . .

Total number furnished.

v ' > * - * ^ t y ; < > ^ ^ ^ . ^


f

>

t*<

(mm

or fm

WSKAV' or mtxrAm

mwxmm

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..


Amount raised by tax on town or ward

108
$3,400 00
3.400 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated


, effort or by individuals.

50 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


. from disability

1
UNION YAI.E.

Number furnished between June 1, '61, and President's call


for 600,000

25

Number under the calls for 600,000,

4T

Total number furnished.'.

T2

Amount of money raised in 'town to promote enlistments. .


Amount raised by tax on town or ward

$1,825 00
1,725 00 '

Amount raised by individual subscription

100 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated


effort or by individuals.

175 00

iTumber of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability.

7'
ERIE

COUNTY.

M A R I I X A .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments. . . .

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000

35

Number under the call for 600,000

57

Total number furnished

90

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments. .


Amount raised by tax on town or ward

$'2-, 400 00
2,400 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated


effort- or by individuals.

55 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability.

11 00
ESSEX

COUNTY.

M I N E R V A .

^ m b e V d f volunteerS'Timiisbed' to first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

10

Nfimbwfnrinjlsfaied between that time and President's call


^

O^OfOO'Oe ' e ".

50

M i f i i t e iinder the calls for 600,000..o

20

^ o ^ ! ' ^timber'fwrwkh^d,.. - . . . . . . . .

80

'Mm^M^ofm^m^Y&imd
0

^ ^ H ^ f s 1 ^ # b ^ r t W e # ttowir olf w r d l .

. . . . . . .

..-.=....

<M

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iff towtt to prom

am
Niismibbrmf IvoliAiwiseersBfQiriBtslibdd inn mrsst 38Sreggmaiisss...
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id) vi oOO^OOO'J . . . . . . . . . * * . , . . * . . . . . . . . . , . . , . .
(

NHisniibbrruiwsd^prcaitas f<5w 600^0000..,.. . . . . . . . , . . . . . . , . . ,


Tbtail Iniumberr f umiahedcJ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .......
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.,

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TOD

m
m
\m
tK96S0OO0

....,.....,....

Amxivutroifc iraisedclblys i mddlviditral 1 suib'aeri pitiioni.........


....
Nii'Miibbrr ofii menu whfoo hawee beenii disehiaargedd orr resigned!
frbraridMabiiil M
$y,..............................,.,................,....

NuMiibferrolJiofffe

ii

Nuimibwi irndwr thfee caillasUvr 60^OOQ ,,.

,,...

TBtttl .1 iiMimiyerr f u i r n i i a b i e d r l . . . . . . , . . . . . . , . , . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . .

n
n
$350; 00)

AnmisiittradaeddUyj tamoim townn ovrwa&dd..................., . , .


N ' O R T H H

BLB A4.

Nirainibnrrotff^
.,.,..,
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fori OOOyOOO'i,.,.,..,.,....,..,.,..,...,.,... ,* * , . , . . , . . . , . . .

56

Nipmib^riimd^nthleecadlsBfSBr 6 y 0 0 $ } , . . , . , . . .
.......
TbtaiI imifniberrf uirrcisbed.,......,......,......,..,... . . . . . . . . . . .
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1 tea? oi V o l h i n i t e e r s f . , . . . . . . . . . . . , . , . . . . . . , . . , . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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libspi'taUnoFr inn service*.,......,...,.,.,. . . . . . , . , . . . , . , . , . .
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NirrrdK>rrfiinii8heiii b?etv#eeniitb!att time audi Preaidwit'jteoaill

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KL390 0O0
433022
TB6 6 H

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<...........,..

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N^bWriHrd3rtlte

Tdtal 1 inimUerr f urnisbedi. . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

prnawiln n n i i i i i n i l a
jMiMxiinttraiaedd blyytam oBtovrniofi wardi.
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1035

WHLLSBOBOUG&I
JHniteifauin^
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. . . . . . . . . . . *.

. , . * 3 0 5

Total! mimbterr fiffnsshtedd . * . , , . . . . . *... . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

522

Atouiiifctoffnmire^

Amouiit {raised! blfjioslivttisiiai] 8.uiberip5fctnH,.,.,,,,..,,,..


Aiddserit tteihlGwpiialsp^

$f) l13,88
"

9H1338

J^assodaiedd

effiScttoifr b ^ i o d i T r d A a i s s , . , . , . , . . . . . . . . .

1.000 000

N'uirafefoer off memi vrfrim hkvee bfeean diMdikigedd osr res*$n#dd


ffonmdisabilityy..,.....,.

,,...... ....

N^uinAHBiJ iof fom1eec88aMii s^lAlieussbkojii^iIt t hb umd'Sx r\Sm iui 1,..

88
22

HdMsayv.
re^ro3;enits.......

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Niimibfectffiarniiahled^ibetvfeeai} tbkt't tbmeeaajidd B?i)ei4ewjtl^sc-ail 1

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2:71

Total! n i i i i M b b c r f n ^ r t t ' s h k ? < i i . . , . . , . . . . , *..,., . . , . . ,


AhHMisitaf fni^necvjTaaseddi Qntea^itooppuwi!^

5356

...

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22$90\00

Amxwmti raisedib^iisMHaKiailB^Bbterpjfet^iHii,,.*...... ......


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ton

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Iftlil?

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hbxn^ji'6itrUiitiuili.

66

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tNw ^ n t i ; f 6 i i 6 ^ ^ . , . . . ,

mwtwr\fLvmimM,.**<......,,,

8^44 G\00

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. . . , , . , ... ,..

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oif IMMBI nhtto Huns OIMBR diitiMiurgkl our riJtwgrt^dd

55

33
8B

106

rotsT iinnjAL

M P O R T OF THE

Number under the caller for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . .

24

Total number f u r n i s h e d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

131

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..

$2,000 00

Amount raised by individual s u b s c r i p t i o n . . , .

2,000 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from d i s a b 1111 v * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

12

I bedo * < * . * * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

F R A N K L I N ,

Number furnished between June 1, '61, and President's call


for 000,000 # < < . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

44

Number under the calls for 600,000

.42

Total number furnished.

86

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..

$10 00

Amount-raised by individual subscription..

10 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated


effort or by individuals., . .

400 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability.

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .

Died and killed

I I A R R I E T S T O W N .

Number fnrnished between June 1/61, and President's call


for 60p,000

22

Number under the calls for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


T'>tal number furnished

,..

30

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability

10

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments.

MALONE.
Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments

100

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000

Number under the calls for 600,000..,


Total number furnished

..

60
550

TOO

Amount raised by tax on town or w a r d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

$10,000 00
6.000 0$

Amount raised by individual s u b s c r i p t i o n . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

<

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..

6.000 00 .

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, b j associated


effort or by individuals
Number of men who have been discharged or
from disability.

resigned
V.'i.;V;>

1,001
i

' * '

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tt
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^

C H U f OF S B I BUBIAIT OF 1IIMTART STATISTICS.


FULTON

107

COUNTY.

CAROGJL.
N urn be.' of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000
*

Number under the calls for 600,000

24

Total number furnished

29

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,


Amount raised by tax on town or w a r d . ,

$1,152 00
1,152 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,


GENESEE

COUNTY.

A L E X A N D E R .

Number pf volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

17

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000
Number under the calls for 600,000
Total number furnished

12
66
95

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,


Amount raised by individual subscription

$4,200 00
4,200 00

A i d furnished by churches, schools or individuals to fami


lies of volunteers

100 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso


ciated effort or by individuals

742 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from d i s a b i l i t y , ,

10

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

]7

Died..

2
ELBA.

Number furnished between Sune 1, '61, and President's call


for 600,000

28

Number under the calls for 600,000

66

Total number furnished

94

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,


Amount raised b y tax on town or ward

$2,375 00
1,900 00

Amount raised by individual subscription

475 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso related effort o r b y individuals.


Ifnpfrrr of mm

'm*m

252 92

who have been discharged or resigned

disability.

ffptar of olhtm and aoldmra brought homo for b u r i a l . .

7
1

'MMBshfrhasmiMfaMAdln ftWAMAM MflTtfnAttta

14

108

roast AMTHFAL

n r o n or

PaviMoir.
Number furnished between June 1, '61, and President's call
for

6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . . . a . . * . * * * . . * . * . . * * . . * . . . . . . . . . .

Number under the calls for 600,000, . . . . . . . .

00

. , .

66

Total number furnished

76

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments.

92,800 00

Amount raised by tax on town or w a r d . . . . .

1,300

00

Amount raised by individual subscription

1,000

00

A i d furnished by churches, schools or individuals to fami


lies of volunteers

260 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso-.


ciated effort or by individuals.

230 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .


Number of men who have returned in two years regiments.

8
*

Died

5
PEMBROKE.

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments.

12

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . .

..

Number under the calls for 600,000

S6
80

mm

Total number furnished

. .

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

ig
#1,600 00

Amount raised by individual subscription

1.600

00

A i d furnished by churchrg, schools or individuals to fami


lies of volunteers

600 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso


ciated etfort or by individuals

. ,

900 00

Number of men who have been, discharged or resigned


from d i s a b i l i t y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Died in service

4
GREENE

COUNTY.

CAIBO.
Number of volunteers furnished in first 88 regiments....

00

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ) . . .
a

g&

Number under the calls fur 600.000

Total number f u r n i s h e d . . .
Amount of money raised in town to pmiw>ln isdiwlssejyss.

t0

* , $000 0 |

subscription.
Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary onMiiJarioay hy mm^vi >,v
ciated effort or by i n d i v i d u a l s . % . . . ^
Amount raised by individual

t^'uS

"

c n v

OF

lot

V OF MCUTAKT tTATIFTICSV
HALCOTT.

Number furnishedbetween June 1, '61, and President's cull


for 600,000 . < * . * < * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * < . . . . . .
Nomber under the calls for 600,000,. , . . . ,
Total number furnished
Number of men who have been discharged or resigned
.fi'^Ui dUMTkbltitj * . . . . . . . . .

.... t

#;:#:.

:# .

* * * *

* * * *

JKWITT.
Number of volunteers furnished in first M -regiineiits....
Number furnished between that time and President's call
for 600,,000.

. . * * . . . . . . 4 . . . . * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Number under the culls fcr 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

SB

*,

Total number f u r n i s h e d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . .
Amount of money raised in town to ))rouio.t4*Jjlis.yii.ejits,
Amount rmised by individual subscriptJ o n . . . . ............ *
A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission.! by m^itelated effort or by i n d i v i d u a l s * . . . . . . . . . . .
^
.
Number of umu who have been dittcharged or resigned
from disability.
. . . . . . . . . . . . , *

62

$.a.5 oo
35 00
M

00

Number of officers and soldiers b r o u g h t J M H U C lor b u r i u l . .


l^ied in caxup > . . * * # . . . . . . < * . . *
... ..... * * *. -.
;

WjNltllAM.
Number of volunteers furnished in first BB r*giineutM..
Number furnished between that time and PresidVui'ji call
few 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Number under tbe calls for 600,000
.,
Total number f u r n i s h e d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Amount of money raised in town U> promote-enlistim'tits,
Amount raised b y individual s u b s c r i p t i o n . . . * . . . . . , . . . , .
Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary c<>ti.mi*aiun by .usjtt**

a
27

75
liM.*r, on
wyd oo

dated effort or by i n d i v i d u a l s . . . . . . . . . .

250 00

Nuanhar of man who have been disciiarged or resigned


***

Nsjsnbar of ofieam and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .

from dmahOity . . . . . . . . . . < * * . . .

HAMILTON

hi

COUNTY.

trot

S regiments.

2
n
10
$600 00

m oo
**

110

FIRST ANlfUAL U P O B T OP T B I
LONG L A K E .

Number furnished between June 1/61, and President's call


J<>r 6 0 0 , 0 0 0

'Number under the calls for 000,000,

Total number f u r n i s h e d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Amount of money r a i n e d i n town to promote enlistments.

I150

Amount r a i n e d by t a x on town or w a r d

00

150 00

Number of men who h a v e been dischurged or resigned


from d i s a b i l i t y , . . , . . . . . . . . . , . . . , , ,
A

...........

'MoREllorsK.

Number of volunteers furnished in first 3H.regiments. . ,


Number f u r n i s h e d b e t w e e n t h a t time a n d P r e s i d e n t ' s call
for

600,000. .

14

Number under the calls fur 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


Total

Aid

number furnished

furnished

16

by ehurehe^ B e b o o b , or individuals, to fami

lies o f Volunteers. . .
Number

$100 00

. . . . . . . ......

of men who h a v e

been discharged or resigned


. . . . . .,. . . . . . . .

Number .of oflieors and soldiers brought home fur burial, .

from

d i s a b i l i t y , . . . . . . . . .... . . . . . . . . . .

UKEK1MEH

COl'NTY.

MANJIKI*.
'Number of volunteers-furnished i n first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .
N u m b e r fnrnihhed b e t w e e n t h a t time and President's call
fbr 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . , . , . . . . . . . . . . .
....
Number under the- calls for 600,000,
Total number f u r n i s h e d , , . . . . . . , . . .
Amount of money raised inrtowu to promote enlistments..

30
8
58
00
110,000 00

Amount raised by tax on town or ward


A i d furnished by c h u r c h e s , schools or iudividualt, to fami
lies of volunteers.
Aid sent to hospitals, to .sanitary commission, by associated
effort or by individuals.

10,000

00

600

00

470

10

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability,

Nuinler of "officers and soldiers brought home for burial,.

STAS*.
Number of volunteers furnished in first 80 rsfftsas***....

g-

If umber furnished between that tints aad Prsesissjtfsnail

for.000f000. * . . . * . . . . * . . * . . . . . . * * * . .
Nuaibr under the calls lor
Total number

000000.
f

fefniahod*.4****

* *

i-w*

cmr

or m

B I T U A U OF M U T A E Y STATISTICS.

Amount raised by tax on town or ward

....

Ill
$4,850 00

Amount raised by individual subscription

100 00

Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated


effort or by individuals.

100 00
WlI.MUKT.

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . . '

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000

10

Number under tho calls tor 6UO,000


Total number furnished

9
25

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments. .


Amount raised by tax on town or ward

$232 02
1 62 02

Amount raised by individual subscription

62 00

Number of men who have been discharged ur resigned


from disability;

Number of men who have relumed in two years regiments,


JEFi'ERSON

C O O IX

A LEX ANURIA.
Number of volunteers furnished iu first 'A* regiments. . . .

60

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000

...

30

Number under the calls fur 600,000

116

Total number furnished

,.

106

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments.,

$5,000 00

Amount raised by tax on town or wurd

ii,U32 00

Amount raised by individual subscription

1,068

00

Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary cymmissum, by a^suuiatud


efforts or by individuals
Number of men who have

500 00
beeu discharged or resigned

from disability

Number of officers and soldiers brought home fur b u r i a l . .

I^Aed.. * * *

I... ..

G A F I Visctirr.
Number of volunteers furnished iu first 38 regiments,,

21

Number famished between that time and President's call

fat SSOjOOO.. * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bfunshor unshnr uus onUafcsrSOS,000.

..**. ,,,

23

120*

of snsawy ra*oa| i n town to promote eiilinUnents..

on town or w a r d . . . . . . .
I f uswMhsnl amusnjistiiii
t, byaaouctateU
>##

164
66,410 22

0,21$ 4T
10S 15

112

F138T ANNUAL ftSPOBT O P T B S

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability
.
. . . . .
....
Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .

11
1

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

23

Died

4
HENDERSON.

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments

57

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000.

23

Number under the calls for 600,000

78

Total number furnished

158

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..

$7,595 00

Amount raised by tax on town or ward

7,500 00

Amount raised by individual subscription

95 00

Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated


effort or by individuals

281 50

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability

11

Number officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . . . .

'

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

32

Killed 7, Died 3

10
P H I L A D E L P H I A ;

Number of volunteers furnished hi first 38 regiments

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . .

39

Number under the calls for 600,000

88

Total number furnished

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..

86
$1,550 00

Amount raised by tax on town or ward

1,400 00

Amount raised by individual subscription

150 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated


effort or by individuals

050 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability.

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,


Died

Number furnished between June 1, '61, and President's oall


for 600,000

Number under the calls for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . .

Amount

. . . . . . . . <,<> '

........ .
e

o*

in town to promt* onMstmoiiu.


raised bj tm on tow or w @ t d v ? ]

Amount of money raised

* 10
4

WORTH.

Total number furnished.

11

C H I E F OF T H B B U K E A U OF M I L I T A R Y STATISTICS.

118

Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated


effort or by individuate

$50 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability
'.
Number of officers and soldiers brought home for burial,

0
1

K i l l e d 1, died 3

4
LEWIS

COUNTY.

DENMARK.
Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

28

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000

14

Number under the calls for 600,000

78

^Total number furnished

120

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

$11,550 00

Amount raised by tax on town or ward

9,4S8 50

Amount raised by individual subscription

2,061

50

HlGIIMARKET.
Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

Number under the calls for 600,000

12

Total number furnished

16
W E S T TURIN.

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000

19

Number under the calls for 600,000

36

Total number furnished

58

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,


Amount raised by tax on town or ward
Aid

$1,800 00
1,800 00

sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso

ciated effort or by individuals

500 00

Number of men, who have been discharged or resigned


from disability

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

Killed and died

1
LIVINGSTON

COUNTY.

AVON.
Homher of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

45

Mealier furnished between that time and President's call


^br S^^OOO*
JflSfta? sir,f!i calls for 600,000
;p@iy mimi

fey

tm ^

te

;.

97

town to proi&ot enlistments,

tam-Of

28

w&?d
e

-a

'

$8,200 00
8,000 00

114

FIBS? ANNUAL MPOOf Of T S

Amount raised by individual subscription

Aid furnished I>y churches, schools or individuals to fami


lies of volunteers
,................
Ai<l from churches, schools or academies to soldiers in
hospital or in s e r v i c e . . . . . . . .
;..
Aid

$200 00
500 00
200 00

sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso

ciated effort or bv individuals

...

300 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability
Number of oflii-ers and soldiers brought home for burial

15
6

Number <>f men who have returned in two years regiments,

Died

1^
CONESCS.

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600.000

IT

Number under the calls for 000,000. . .

.-, , .- .

48

Total number furnished

73

Amount of money raiser! in town to promote enlistments,

$3,100 00

Amount raised by tax on town or ward

1,900

00

Amount raised by individual s u b s c r i p t i o n . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,

1,200 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso


ciated effort or by i n d i v i d u a l s . . . ,

700 00

Number (!' officers and soldiers brought home for burial. .

N C N D A ,

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

39

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . .

.........

48

Number under the calls for 600,000


Total number furnished

8$
....... ^..........

168

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

$3,107 00

Amount raised by tax on town or w a r d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2,290 00

Amount raised by individual subscription

817

00

Aid furnished by churches, schools or individuals to fami


lies of volunteers

.....................

118 00

Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso


ciate! effort or by individuals.

370

40

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability

...

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for burial..

OSSIAW.

04440'0*4

Number furnished between J o n e l , ' 6 1 , and President'seoll *

for 600,000 . . . . . * * # *
Number under the colli for 600.0W-.. / - ^

. ^ ^ m ^ ^ '

CHTIF OF t A

BUREAU OF MILITARY STATISTICS.

115

Total number furnished.

At

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments",

$384 00

Amount raised by individual subscription

381 00

Sl'AKTA
Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

12

Number furnished between that time and I Resident's call


for 600,000...-.,

10

Number under the calls for 600,000

30

Total number furnished

61

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,


Amount raised by tax on town or ward
Aid

sent to hospitals,

$2,2-25 00

..

to sanitary commission,

2,225- 00
by asso

ciated effort or by individuals

200 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for burial. .

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

MADISON

COt'NTY.

CA/K.VOVIA.
Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments. . . .

33

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600.000
Number under the calls for 600,000.

100

Total number furnished

138

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

$5,435 00

Amount raised by rax on town or ward.

5,000 00

Amount raised by individual subscription

435 00

A i d furnished by churches, schools or individuals to fami.

lies of volunteers

673 31

A i d from churches, schools or academies


hospital or in service
A i d sent to hospitals,

to soldiers

in

........

337 00

to sanitary commission, by asso

ciated' effort or by individuals

1,750

00

Nnmber of men who have been discharged or resigned


firom disability.

..

9 u m b e r of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

18

Killed a i d d

14

.
S M I T H F I K L D .

itmpbttfarntthtdbatwawt Juno 1/61, and Promdeni's

call

.....

96

uwd^t*<^JT$W,0<>0......
'$JKili&

** *

b&

Amount of money raised ill town to promote enliirtnieflt*;

$3,8S0 16

Amount raised by individual s u b s c r i p t i o n . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3,880 16

Aid

sent to hospitals, to sanitary commissiofip by asso

ciated effort or by individuals.


Number

1,000

>f men who liave been discharged or resigned

00

10

from disability,
Number of* ofluvrs and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .

Number of men who have returned in two years

regiments,

STOCK nKtnOK,
Number furnished between June 1, '(51, and President's call
for 600.000. . . . . . . . . . . . .

Number under the calls for 000,000.

64

Total number' furnished.

.............................

86

Amount of money rained in town to promote enlistment**,

$4,765 00

Amount raised by tax on town or w a r d . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . *

4,660 00
105 00

Amount raised by individual subscription


A id sent to hospitals,

to sanitary commission, by asso

ciated eflort or by i n d i v i d u a l s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

600 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

&

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for burial. .


MONROE

COUNTY:

ORKECK.
40

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .


Number furnished between that time and President's
for 600,000. .

..........-. . .

Call
20

. . . . .<.............

Number under the calls for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . .


Total number furnished . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,
Amount raised by 'individual s u b s c r i p t i o n . . . . . . . . . , . . . . *
Number of men who have

$1,300 00
1,800

00

been discharged or resigned

from d i s a b i l i t y . . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . .

..

..

. . .*

I R O N D R Q C O I T .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . ,


Number furnished between that time and President's
for 600,000.. .-v-* . . ..*'*'**.'***...-'

call

.r/*^**.**"^

li

Number under the calls for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 V . . . , . . . * * ^ . .

ft

Total number furnished.

Amount of money raised in town to proaote wr*|fs*<*tav


Amount raised by individual SWlSJCtflSjflOSjv f " .' * # .*f^#0*0-4* m

Number of men who a*** been Jiseaaryad e*

from d i s a b i l i t y .

m m

6* t m mm*AU

o r MIMTPAUT m/mmm*

Number of volunteers furnished in fust 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . ,


Number furnished between that time and President's call
for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . . .

....................
90

Number under the calls for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


Total rittmber f\irTisbed

...

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

01,TOO 00

Amount raised by tax on town or w a r d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1,500 00

200 00

Amount raised by individual s u b s c r i p t i o n . . . . . . . . . . . . .

A i d furnished by churches, schools or individuals to fami


8% 00)

lies of v o l u n t e e r s - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso
ciated effort or by 'individuals-. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

355 00

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,


PittspORri;
Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments. . . .

10

Number furriisiied between that time and President's call


for

600,000.......................................

10

Number under the calls for 600,000; V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


Total number f u r n i s h e d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

m
m

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

$1,220 00

Arilourit raised by individual s u b s c r i p t i o n . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1,220 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from d i s a b i l i t y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Number of officers and soldiers brought borne for burial. .

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

5>

i-

Died . * . * . *

.*.'.*.*.****.*.*.*'.-*.*'.*.".*.'**.*.*. . *
*

MONTGOMERY COUNTY.
F L O R I D A .

Ifiimber of volunteer* furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . . . .


Number under tMcalls for 6 0 0 ; 0 0 0 v . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . .

20
92

Total number furnished ........ * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


Amouifof money raised in town to promote ertbistments..
Amount raised by tax en town or w a r d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

$9,000 0CP
8,500 00

Amount raised by imli vidiwl s n b s e r i p t i b n i . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


500
Aidsentt^ho^iUls, t sanitary commission, by ass(>eiated
* en'brlr o by individualsv
. * . . ,* ...... .< . . . . . . . . . . . .
t5
Jfamber if mm who have been discharged or resigned
fadtt disability.* *9* .**m**/* * if #*0* 0*0* .* .* 0* *^ ..* <<,',*

00

00^

for b u r i a l . .

ijtofcny hrtMitUiWU*
^,V^^^nm^n&

mbm*t/ti ^Vfe*mnt *
f

call'

^'fM^r'^^^^**'***'**********

H326
Muntien*underr tlie/aalla? farr QSfB}^BSfX.
IBtulinuinUen furnished!.........
.,..,.,..
Amountl oJTm(ui(^ misedi iiir
j&nountt raise.cU tiyy tuxsom ttxwui an wanil. ..........<.u*#.........,.
-

Amounti raisedl Uyy iiidl Viidiiati auUsenptibna-;...

..v...............

Mi(X\ furnisiiedl Uy- ahuroliosj, scho.oI ks o IT i hdi wdimls^, tofkmiiliessoiTwdliutoor&


AiiHsenti to -lios|ptttls>

lifl20) OODOf

,
txnaauituryruonmiiksioni.Uyyansaaiatcdl

efForti o I T lJvviiKli\*-idualH%

ww aoo

Mimben offineiii wlioj Havoc lieein disciiai-godi cur rosignedi


fromi disability^;,

m
n

..................*

E^mbemiffhumiwlia^iava^mtuiJiedi iuitiwojyoarsB mgimeuta^,


ROUTT.

55

IFumbmr off wd unteers^ fiu^iisriocB iin flratt 38R regiments ..


dumber: t'ur11 isHtnl] between tiiati time, and! BresiuUmUs5Calli
ton aao/oo.m

.............................

BFumUwiruiidun tlio: aalissilin&ftU>00lUt


Uo.tttllnuinbe.ir fiinnisliudl.....
J&nuuutt oil money "raised! ihi tbwih tu* p, minute; eJilia.tme.il tu*....
jftnauiiti misudl U.yy tux: 0111 t t m M i i orr ward?.
Amount! raised! by individual] aubs-oriiptionv.........
BRumberr off officer& and! soldiers- Urxmgiitt Home fbir burial).,..
BRumUen'oifinoiiJwho liaweixjturnejlliiijtiwzj yauras mgimouts?,

11

G A U B H I M .

^umlimTofI\nol tintnex^ tumiiaHudl iin firaftSffi regiments?..........


BRumllerrfunn i al 1 udi Uattwoeni tiiatt time*audi BtiesidbjiUaiaaiil
roir attaijuLuau..........

5)

my
Hbitall numberr fhnuiahtidL.......
'iknTJunttoirinonewnaiuudi iin towiii iii

pr<iinote enlitttnientit....

Amount! naiaudl by/ ihdiwiiliudl auiismiiptiiju'.........,...,...,....,.....

ma
m
mom

Jtidlsenttto> iiuapi tain,, to HLLiiitury aommiaaiim), byaaainiiaUidl


effort!on 13yyimlimdkala?..

4mm

...................

JFumJAen oil' mem wliu> hamt beam dlsuhutfgsdi air nusigSHidi


fiioim dlaabilittw...... . . . . . .

.< c . . . . . . . . . ( < . . . . . . . . > . (

>*...*.<.<

ihi \toM)$wum
WjttBfUHKtl.

JRimuen'Oiiuffiuuns audisoiliiei-.* llnmigjlti lioine


HTumtieii off rntinjwUoiUa^Enttouidl

fbc ftunisJL..

HTumben ofT vohmteers rTumiaftcdi iin ffiiattSSB i ^ i i m n g s . . .......


JKumbeir iindkir thee calls*ffnraHU^auti
Tacadl numlien'
fiicuiHikdL*-..^--~
MmamLt uff in<maJ iiaiaedi ibi t^umu Ito jivunte afltaaaMHfla^iii^

- ~ m

JhTioinrft raised b^nhd^wctUadl ssaiterii^tixm


iHcrl fromi ciiurc}lea^,oiio8D[l^, oxr ac^d&miea^ ttx> smtdierse im
Irosrntall airihia^TvuGBa.......
,

M f t QlOO

efmrtto3Th\yyM^

i]fffi> m

BFhinBerr off rnem wfteo Hvtwxi beam dimHargptjH arr msigttadi


fronridisaliilit^;
Killfedi................

44

SRimtterr offmliintfeersB fjomisliedl i hi ffrait3& mgj rnentte


IFumlierrffimisiiedi VJntivvaejiitliatt tiineeajidl Himidhu tissual 11
ffjrrsocoiaaai.
^uffibejxuiidmrfe
lluitadlmimhexf fjurjiishedl

MB

&T&
%W)
GtSAl

iimoimttaffmoneyvijaisxxdlirn ttrwintu^mmattt'oadiittmuutfcr:...
Amount!raised! hyyihcBWUhail auUsaniytium
j^ffifuimishrfb^cliujTalie^ scJiimlteaiT ihd'SwilUuik-; , tu>fUm\\lie^affvsoiuiitiier;...

^.0[)pL(X00 (MD
iOQ03X00 08D

JMal fmnri ahumiies^, saHuuls?, air aLuadkmiej^tuj stdlliiinss iiu


hosriitail orriiii sajm^aeLi.
JMffisentt tohasgi talk?. ttosaiii tixnv/ am amission j, Uyy aasasjm Ui adi
ei&iTtfcairfty/ihdJ^^
JFujnb&rr offoffiuttrsgaudiaurdiermhmugliti limingt'bir Limiiull... ^

2S& O00O
22B0 9fi?
322
21

Winswf:.
Ifumlierr^fiirniaiiedrlhftttwaeirj Xunal), /
fmrffliaijxacE...........

,artdi Hrnsidhntfte aaill

iraoo
.......

.*.....**.*.......

ITofcallnumhttrr
fiimieftedi.....
Jlmamittailmuneviruiwfd]iiiitowmtwrjwiinul&aulitttinmitte...
#imiimtts^B*$l^
Jlio^nitttbhuagiiai^, tujsunitaiwaainmisiu)i U^assuuiatiidi

mm

2ftjOD
IpftGD uU)
130DQD (UD

effiii^airb^indiwidiiaik.

........

OQDD

jRiiitfieir otf mmi wihi> UuuV^ Ikaiu diaoiii^gyidi an rmigiiudi

finonii diimi&iiit^.. ............*#..*..**.*..*.

..o* . . . * < * . . * * . . . . . . * * . . . . . . . .

AkSMtmiiiix..
. . . . . . . * . . . *(..(.> * * < . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

?.-9MB9J&BFB9SIBYU^

******

120

FIEST ANNUAL REPORT OF M l

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments. ,


Amount rained by tax on town or w a r d . . . . . . *

.,,.

Amount raised by individual subscription

$5,300 00
4,800 00
1,000 00

A V A .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . . .

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000

Number under the calls for 000,000

43

Total number furnished

5!

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,.


Amount raised by tax on town or ward

V'
rt-

$2,639 CO
1,750 00

Amount raised by individual subscription

880 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated


effort tr by individuals

200 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .


Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

M A R S H A L L .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000

.....

28

Number under the calls for 600,000

59

Total number furnished.'.

IO4

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments. .


Amount raised by tax on town or ward

....

Amount raised by individual subscription

$6,169 00
3,669 00
2 500 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated


effort or by individuals
Number of men who have been discharged or resigned

359 00

from disability

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

Died and discharged

9
S A K G E R F I K L O .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

20

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000

24

Number under the calls for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . .

73

Totai number furnished


Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments*.
Amouut raised by individual subscription

l|f

$3,400 00S,400 00

Aid furnished by churches, schools or individuals, to fami


lies of volunteers.

Haraher of men who have

from disability

%Q0(>

0$

been discharged or r s s i n a d " I ' ^ J k ^ r ^


fMM,Mt,^... i^j5Si&
..V . *
...'.*.> ?<^v?./^/'.v^.^^^^-iv
.^f.c'>r^.>:*
' i^r-Ai-fc^
r

CIURF OF TH1 DT7RIAU OF MIMTARf STATISTICS*


,

121

V K R O N A .

Number furnished between June 1, '61, mid President's call


for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . * . . * . . * . * > . . * < * * . * * * . . .
Number under the calls for 600,000,

....

Total number furnished

.......

f1
184
266

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..


Amount raised by tax on town or ward

67,350 00
7,350 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated


effort or by individuals.

1,000 00
W K S T K U N .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments

15

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000

42

Number under the calls for 600,000

73

Total number furnished

130

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..

$3,600 00

Amount raised by tax on town or wan!

3,600 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated


effort or by individuals

500 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .


ONTARIO
,

COUNTY.

H O P E W E L L .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments

20

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000

Number under the calls for 600,000

68

Total number furnished.

95

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..

$7,484 00

Amount raised by tax on town or ward

3,500 00

Amount raised by individual subscription

3,984 00

A i d from churches, schools, or academies, to soldiers in


hospital or in service

..

50 00

Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated


effort or by individuals
Number of men who have been discharged or resigned

507 00

from disability

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,


Killed..
;

I
16
5

RICHMOND.
. . . . . . . . . .

*?

Kaaber of volunteer* furnished in first 88 regiments


*flftabmrfkrniahed betw^n that time and President's call
',im.m,m ...v.
;

,14

122

FIRST AKHUAL RCFOBT OF TH1

Number under the calls for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


Total number furnished.

*...*..*....<

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..


Amount raised by individual subscription

80
01

$400 00
460 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated


effort or by i n d i v i d u a l s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

959 49

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from d i s a b i l i t y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,
Ivilled . . . . . . . . . . . A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

6
17

...........

V I C T O R .

Number < f volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s , . . . .

26

Number furnished between that time and President's call


fur 600,000
Number undeMhc calls for 600,000
Total number furnished
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..
Amount raised by individual subscription

69
- 29
124
$8,480 00
8,480 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated


It V

J".
) 5.
1
' i

effort or by individuals

1,905 15

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability
Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .
Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

8
4
23

Fi *

. ORANGE
r, <

COUNTY.

C H E S T E R .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments

Number furnished between that time and President's call

26

for 600,000
Uumber under the calls for 600,000

65

Total number furnished

92

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

^$1,800 00

1,800 00

Amount raised by individual subscription


A i d furnished by churches, schools or individuals to fami
lies of volunteers

135 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso


ciated effort or by individuals
Number of men who liavc been discharged or resigned
from disability

..................,

d u m b e r of officers and soldiers brought home for burial.


Number of men who have returned in two years regiments.
K i l l e d 1, <Jied 2

Caawfoao.
dumber furnished between Juno 1, '61, and Preside*?a oaB
for 600,000

800 DO

CHIEF OF i n

BfTMAU OF Ml LIT A ET STATISTICS.

123

Number under the calls for 600,000* . . . . . *


Total number furnished..
.
,.. *

43
59

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,


Amount raised by individual subscription. , . . ,

$515 00
615 00

A i d from churches* schools or academies to soldiers it


hospital or in service.

105 00

' A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso


ciated effort or by individuals

580 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

21

Died...

3
MlNfStNK.

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . . .

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000

14

Number under the calls for 600,000

43

Total number furnished

60

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,


Amount raised by individual subscription

81,083 00
1,083 00

A i d from churches, schools or academies to soldiers in


hospital or in service

70 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

MONTGOMERY.
Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000

109

Number under the calls for 600,000

'

Total number furnished

123
236

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,


Amount raised by tax on town or ward

,...

Amount raised by individual subscription


Aid

$6,281 45
3,000 00
3,281 45

from churches, schools or academies to soldiers in

hospital or in service

432 56

jAid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso.

ciated effort or by individuals

2,440 25

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability.

II

Number of offcera and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .

MOOXT How.

; sTNmbcr onder ibe calls for 400,000

Ml

Fault ANNUAL mtroRT O F rai

124

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

4 1 3 00

Amount r a i s e d by individual s u b s c r i p t i o n . . . . . . . . . . . . .

413 00

Aid

fiuiti churches, schools or academies to soldiers in

hospital or in s e r v i c e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
N E W

600 00

W I N D S O R .

Number under the calls for 600,000

,..

Total number furnished, t . . . 1

123

123

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

$4,320 00

Amount raised by individual subscription

4,320 00

W A R W I C K .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments

. . .

50

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0

50

Number under the calls for 600,000

166

Total number furnished

266

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

$2,000 00

Amount raised by tax on town or ward

2,000 00

A i d furnished by churches, schools or individuals to fami


lies of volunteers
A i d sent to hospitals,

1,000 00
to sanitary commission, by asso

ciated effort or by individuals

500 00

ORLEANS COUNTY.
C A R L T O N .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments

20

Number furnished between that time and President's cahV


for 600,000
Number under the calls for 600,000

40
90

Total number furnished

150

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

$2,350 00

Amount raised by tax on town or ward

1,600 00

Amount raised by individual subscription

'

t50 00

A i d 6ent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso


ciated effort or by individuals

450 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability. * . * . . . . . . . . * . . * . . . . * . .

%
?

Died

OSWEGO COUNTY.

ORWELL.

<

Number furnished between June 1, 61, and President's call


for 600,000,
Number under the call for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . c

Total number furnished. #

' ' ,

................

*t,
.-\,

u'H-

<Mt9f*#%*;V-vv^v;/ W

mm

or n s Btmi4H or M L L I T A R T S T A T I S T I C S ,

A i d furnished by churches, schools or individuals, t* famb


lie* of v o l u n t e e r s . . . . . . . , . . , . . , . . . . , . . . .

, >..

125
*
$390 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated


effort or by individuals.
Number of men

,.,,

103 11

who have been discharged or resigned

from d i s a b i l i t y . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Number of officers atsd soldiers brought home for burial. .


Number of men who have returned in twy years regiments,
Died and k i l l e d . . . . . . . . . . . . .

5
2
7
10

RICH LAND.
Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000

35

Number under the calls for 000,000

142

Total number furnished

185

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments. .


Amount raised by tax on town or ward. . . . .
Amount raised by individual subscription

$5,574 00
5,454 00
120 00

A i d furnished by churches, schools or individuals, to fami


lies of volunteers

1G0 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated


effort or by individuals

200 OO
S A N D Y

C R E K K .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments

41

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000.'

.22

Namber under the calls for 600,000

88

Total number furnished

151

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments. .


Amount raised by individual subscription

$lff0 00
160 00

Aid furnished by churches, schools "or individuals, to fami

lies of volunteers...,

750 00

Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated

effort or by individuals..

580 98

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned

from disability

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,


WIST

MONROE.

Number furnished between June 1 / 6 1 , and President's call


' |br 600,000..,
...
Htmbtr tinder the calls for 600,000.
t

imtpm
1&
>7

to promote enlistments.

11
86

' 1550 00

'

126

FIRST A N N U A L

REPOftT OF THE

Amount raised by tax on town or ward

$380 00

Amount raised by individual subscription

..

110 00

Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated


effort or bv individuals

50 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

Died

4
OTSSGO

COUNTY.

:3CTTERN*UTS.
Number of v-.lunteers furnished in first 38 regiments . . . .

51

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600.000

10

er under the calls for 600.000

14

Total number furnished

135

Amount uf money raised in town to promote enlistments.

$5,527 00

Amount raised by tax on town or ward

5,147

Amount raised by individual subscription

00

380* 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associat


ed effort or by individuals

548 55
. EDMESTOX.

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments . . . .

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600.000

16

Number under the calls for 600,000

57

Total number furnished

76

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..

$6,159 88

Amount raised by tax on town or w&rd

5,127

30

432

58

Amount raided by individual subscription


Aid

sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso

ciated effort or by individuals


Number of men who have

300 00

teen discharged o r resigned


#

from disability

15

Number of officers and soldiers brought hoine for burial.

EXETER.
Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments

'

Number furnished betweeu that time and President's

call

for 600,000 men

41

Number under the calls for 600,000.

.......

Total number furnished

<

88
>

'

IT

to promote ealiataaSPla.. , $M9*


Amount raised by tax on town or s r a i d m l ^ l 0 $
0 ^ ;
Amount raised bj individual sabtcriptio* o , i # M , < 4 ; 4 ^ | | | |

Amount of money raised in town

:C '

f ; ^

CHIEF OF TMS BCBIAU OF WLITABY STATISTICS.


Aid sent to hospitals*, to sanitary commission, by associ
ated effort or by individuals
Number of men who have been discharged or resigned from
disability

127

$250 00
2

H A K T W I C K .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 33 regiments . . . .

10

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for

600,000

30

Number under the calls for 600,000

62

Total number furnished

102

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..


Amount raised by tax on town or ward

$4,400 00
4,200 00

Amount raised by individual subscription

200 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associ


ated effort or by individuals

25 00

Number of officers and soldiers brought borne for burial.

Or EGO.
Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

11

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000

Number under the calls for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . .

39

Total number furnished

51

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments . .


Amount raised by tax on town or ward

$2,835 00
2,835 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned from


disability

Nnmber of officers and soldiers brought home for burial. .

Died

6
Prm

F I E L D .

Nnmber of volunteers furnished IQ first 3 8 regiments . . . .

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000
Number under the calls for 600,000

8
45

Total number furnished


Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistment*..
Amount raised by tax on town or ward

56
$2,700 00
2,700 00

A i d Mfflt to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associ


ated effort or by individoals I

>. Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .


Namber of mem who bare returned in two years regiments

Killed....
1

Homliil fan Jalni I*I Him


'imtmKl^

311 92
2
2

BicHrrna.'
Jwm 1, '01*

ami President's call


w

128

FIRST ANNUAL REPORT OF T M

Number under the calls for 600,000.


Total number furnished . . . .

52

'72

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments. *

$6,000 00

Amount raised by tax on town or ward . . .

6,000 00

A i d from churches, schools, or academies, to soldiers in hos


v

pital or in service . .

375 00
R O S E B O O M .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments . . . .


Number under the calls for 600,000.

..

0
.

60

Total number furnished

69

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..


Amount raised by tax on town or ward.

$6,060 00

<..

6,000 00

Amount raised by individual subscription

60 00

U N A D I L L A .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments . . . .

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000.

, . .

40

Number under the calls for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ^ . . . .

55

Total number furnished

101

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..


Amount raised by individual subscription

$82 50

^..

82 60

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associ


ated effort or by individuals

200 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability.

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .


PUTNAM
C

COUNTY.

A R M

E L .

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments . . . .

50

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000.

25

Number under calls for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Total number furnished

..

76

*...*

160

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments. *

$8,000 00

Amount raised by individual subscription

8,000 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associ


ated effort or by i n d i v i d u a l s .

......c...

1,000,00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability.

4 ^ . . . . . . . . . .

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for burfcl*.* . , ,

, , ,. i

PBILUPSTOWH.

furnished between Jane


Number furnished
June 1^'li/ilid
1; '41; and Prs*identfasjl^{*\
PmuktoHtM
for 600,
1,000

# 00 *4..*

00*i^j^l^l^KSm

omw or mi mmm^ ot um$AM$fAmm^

129

Number tindor the calls for 600,000.


.
*
Total* number furnished . . . . . < . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..

150
175
$7,820 14
1,500 00
6,320 14

Amount raised by tax on town or ward


Amount raised by individual subscriptions . . . . . .
.
Aid sent to hospitals; to sanitary commission, by associ
ated effort or by individuals
Number of men who have been discharged or resigned from
disability . , * * * .

300 00
1

PUTNAM VALLEY.
Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments....
Number furnished between that time and President's call
for 600,000,
Number under the calls for 600,000.
Total nnmber furnished
............... <
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..
Amount raised by tax on town or ward . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associ0
ated effort Or by individuals
Number of men who have been discharged or resigned from
disability. . . . . * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * . . . .
Number of men who have returned in two years regiments
4

QUEENS

it
29
42
$500 00
500 00
75 00
i.
3

COUNTY.

OYSTER BAT.
Number furnished between June 1, '61, and President's call
for 600,000* . . . . . .
. . . * < > ' . . > < r . . . . . . . 4 0
Number under the calls for 600,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
285
Total number furnished

<,,....
325
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments.. $23,600 00
Amount raised by tax on town or ward. . . . . . . . . . .
20,000 00
Amount raised by individual subscription . . . . . . . . . . .
3,600 00
MA furnished by churches, schools or individuals to familieiof v o l u n t ^ r S i . . . . . - . - . * * * . . . . .
2,058 74
1s

RICHMOND C O U N T Y ,
OAWtlTON.

ItWtibor of volunteers furniebed Infirst3d regiments.. **

156

* t r t ^ W and#ir IfitS eafl*

240

for600.000....................

A i d sent to hospitals, to Safti'tftfy coifomissfo% o f a#S6~


ciated effort or by individuals, r 4 ******....*<<* 4

.4 *

Number of volunteer's furnished in fifst S8 regiments*- ** #


Number under the calls for 600,000..,.,., * ******** ** * *
Total number furnished, .. ** *. ** * * .* * .. *, ** **. * * * *
Amount of money raised in town to^promote enlistments
Amount raised by tax on town or ward 4 ************** *
Amount raised by individual subscription
Aid furnished by churches, schools or individuals to fami*
lies df volunteers.
.....................
Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso
ciated effort or by individuals.,..,. * *... * * **.***** 4*
t

SEN KG A C O C N T Y ,
JtJNHJS.

Number of volunteers furnished in first #8 regiments*


Number furnished between that time and President's calf
for 600,000 ***** 4*************4 4 4****** 4 4*
u
Number under the calls for 600,000/ 44******4444*44444*
4
Total number f u r n i s h e d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . 444*44
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments/
Amount raised by (ax on town Or ward/ 4****44********
00
Amount raised by individual subscription, 44444444*44*4 140 00
Number of men who have been discharged or resigned
from disability. 4*4444*44*4********444***4*********
6
Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

4 ****

if

VAR*CK\

Number of volunteers furnished fn first 88 regiments* * **


Number furnished between that time and President's call
10
fOr 600,000 .' 4 1 4 4 444*44**444 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4*4444*4*444*4
#
NUmber under the calls for 600,000,. * ** * * ** * * ** * *** * **
Total nUi/iber furnished *********** ***** ** * ** ****** *
*
$4,000
00
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,
A mount raised by tax on town or ward, **** ********** <
Aid furnished by churches, schools or individuals to fsmi-.
lies of volunteers4*4*4***4**4*444 4**4*4***
* 4 **
Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, hf aaao*
ciated effort or by individuals., ** ** ** ** *** 4*4***44
**
,v l ^ f f
Number of men who bate been discharged <* rsslgasd
from disability* ********
ft*************************
Nttmbef of officers and soldieri bfoagbt hw$m,^f^
%m\#t of mp who hate retamed la W d f*j$*'"
t

4 4 4

4 *

<: .

1-

cviff of f i i tcrmsAtr of mrtiTAitT STATISTIC!!,


SARATOGA

mtsm%

Number furnished between June- 1, '61', and President's cull


fOf 600,000.

*r#

r , , * r . . . , . . . , , , t , t * r .- . r , , . , , , . ,

Number under the calls for 600,000;


,,
Total nnmber f u r n i s h e d . , , , , , , , , , , .
.,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,
Amonrtt raised by individual subscription. , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
Aid

131

.
*Vl

60
Of

$2yOT5 48
2,0T5 48

sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso

ciated effort or by i n d i v i d u a l s , , , , . , , < , , . . , , . , ,

14T 50

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned

(torn disability.

&
CLIFTON

PARK,

Number furnished between June 1, '61, and President's call


for 600,'000t****************
SO
Number under the cal.s for 600,000,,,,,,< t* ********* *,
88
Total number f u r n i s h e d . , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
118
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,
#5,614 25
Amount raised by tax on town or w a r d , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
5.214 25
Amount raised by individual s u b s c r i p t i o n , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
400 00
Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by nsso^
ciated effort or by i n d i v i d u a l s 5 1 0
00
Number of men who have been discharged or resigned
from d i s a b i l i t y / * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
14
Nnmber of officers and soldiers brought home for burial,,
%
JCilledand died4*4*6**4*****4**************1*********
4
* * * * * * * * * * * * *

* * * * * * * * *

OALWAY,

Ntimber orv^unteefB furnished in first 38 regiments,,,,


Number furnished between that time and President's call

for 600,000*******/44***1***44********************
21
Number tinder the call* for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
51
Total number tarnished, *****************************
Amount qf money raised in tow^ to promote enlistments,
13,959 25
Amount raised by tat on town or w a r d , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
3,200 00
Amount raised by individual s u b s c r i p t i o n 7 5 9 25 ,
Aid mat to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso
ciated eibrior by i n d i v i d u a l s , ^ * ^ , / , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

400 00

*. Wttmw*

Of volunteer* furnished In Brst 38 regiments, , , ,


I t w t i fftnl4dbetween that time and President's call
'V f-'f!^^f|f; ^$$f0M^0 44i4f4
*/ 4444*4444***4*4444*4**4444***4
-'Jiiiaj^^** 4*4** A * ^*tt sw aaa mwi
.

ffilrtMiir

6S

^^^B^^^y^^^'^^'^^^'^^'^^^^^^*
^"

# # # #

444444444044444404000

4a

#.
100

77

182

FIR8T ANlfl/AL BKFOBT O F TM1

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments*

$2,668 75

Amount raised by tax on town or ward. . . . . . . . , ' . .

2,400 00

Amount raised by individual subscription


Aid

&68 75

sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso

ciated effort or by individuals


%

241

26

SCHENECTADY COUNTY.
PRINCETOWN.

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for

600,000

Number under the calls for 600,000.

33

Total number furnished

88

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..


Amount raised by tax on town or ward

$2,313 60

.1.

Amount raised by individual s u b s c r i p t i o n . . . . ,

1,313

50

1,000

00

A i d from churches, schools, or academies, to soldiers in


hospital or in service

25 00

Nuriber of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability.

Died and killed

4
SCHOHARIE COUNTY.
SEWARD.

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments

10

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for

600,000

12

Number under the calls for 600,000

10

Total number furnished....

41

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..


2fi

Amount raised by individual subscription

$2,900 00

2,900 00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated


effort or by individuals

800

00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability

'

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for burial..

1
'

SUMMIT.

Number furnished between June 1, '61, and President'*


for

600,000

call '

...

tax

Volt ,
./^jfj^,

u a

\ '4^^K^t

town to jMromote qntls4s^it|j^


on town or ward* .
^M^iM^^^MKSSM,

Amount of money raised in

Amount raised by

;v>'

' K

Number under the calls for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . * i<. .*. ;*. > v


Tatal number furnished.I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

irmtAu O F MILITARY

o s p r owtm

STATISTICS.

Number of men*who have been discharged or resigned


frt>ij disability * * . * * * . . . . . . . * .
Numhei of officers and soldiers brought home for burial..
Skilled. . / * * * . * . * * * . . . . . . . . < * *
ST. L A W R E N C E

133

3
1
3

COUNTY.

D E PEYSTER.

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments


Number furnished between that time and President's call

27
23

for 600,000.

Number under the calls for 600,000


Total number furnished
,

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..


Amount raised by tax on town or ward
Amount raised by individual subscription
Aid furnished by churches, schools or individuals, to fami
lies of volunteers
Aid from churches, schools, or academies, to soldiers in
hospital or in service
\
Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated
effort or by individuals
Number of men who have been discharged or resigned
from disability
.
Number of officers and soldiers brought home for burial..
Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

51
101
$990 00
600 00
390 00
65 00
5 86
355 00
14
1
11

FINE.

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments.,...


Number furnished between that time and President's call
for

41

600,000

Number under the calls for 600,000


:
Total number furnished
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..
Amount raised by tax on town or ward
Number of nun who have been discharged or resigned
from disability...
.-

It
65
$100 00
100 00

HOPKINTOK.

Waister of volunteers farniiihed t. first 88 regiment.


Ihmlfflr Annulled between that time and President's cH
jMmm.ooo

gg.bf wte,tlw.etM ibf K>,000


r

^Ijj^^jjj^^yjfi^* V .A^S^S^sWdS^S*"-,

Mi&m^Mi,

'

aVS4ttl

- /*..

21
84
80
100
$456 00
456 0 0

184

Ff8BT AHKOAL B l f O l f Of M M

A i d furnished by churches, schools or individuals, to fawii*


lies of volunteers.

.........*........*

$296 85

Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated


effort or by individuals.. *

...............

250

00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability. . . . * . . . .

LAWRENCE.

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . . .

80
H

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for

600,000...............*.******<*..*.

55

Number under the calls for 600,000

44

Total number furnished

110

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..


Amount raised by tax on town or ward.

$1,800 00

Amount raised by individual subscription

50 00
1,750

00

A i d scut to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated


effort or by individuals

100 00

"

LISBON.

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments


Number furnished between that time and President's call

60

for 600,000
Number under the calls for 600,000

80
85

Total unmbcr furnished

225

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..


Amount raised by tax on town or ward
Amount raised by individual subscription
A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated
effort or by individuals
Number of men who have been discharged or resigned
from disability
Number of officers and soldiers brought home for burial..

$3,861 2f
3,561
300

27
00

2,986 05
7
4

'

POTSDAM.

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments.....

800

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000
Number under the calls for 600,000

18S
f0$

Total number furnished

<

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments.*


Amount raised by tax on town or w
a
r
d
.
<
Aid from churches, schools* or aesdo&siia^^
* hospital or in service

<*

> i ^ . A ' ' i * ' <

"*

08,000 i t
8^000^ >

i'wliV^V^^^^^ii"

Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary ntsnmlisaoit, by tssnsjih^^


effort or bj iatUfidoala;
^

'
-

0
C H O I OF Tffl BUMATJ OF MttfTARt iTATISTICS.

185

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for burial>.


Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,
SCIIUYLEU

g
40

COUNTY.

KKAMNG,

STEUBEN

COUNTY.

CAMPB<X,

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments . . . .


Number furnished between that time and President's call

41

for 600,000

10

Number under the calls for .600,000


Total number furnished
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..
Amount raised by tax on town or ward
Amount raised by individual subscription
Aid from churches, schools or academies to soldiers in hos
pital or in service

63
120
$800 00
500 00
300 00
50 00

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for burial..

GRBKNWOOP.

Number of volunteers furnished in first 88 regiments


Number furnished between that time and President's

1
call

/itlbVtM^OOO.'.';

19

under the calls for 600.000.


Total number fiurwabed..,
...
^PKmnt c/nmney raised in town to promote enlistments..
J|m^^ raised by iudW^
Aj M t to Imapitale, to sanitary commission, by associ* a * a*tor ^individuals ;
ujpa 4iaobarf a (1 or resigned from
Number

32
59
0534 00
534 00

200 00

i ^ l ^ ' ^ ^ ^ ^ * * * v

, :

136
HoRttBUftVIUX.

b e r fcmhhed between June


*
<W 600 000 .*

N ^ l c r the eaUs for 800,000


.;;;:

N u m

Total number furnished

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000

Number under the calls for 600,000


Total number furnished
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..
Amount raised by individual subscription
A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associ
ated effort or by individuals

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability
Number of officers and soldiers brought home for burial..
LlNDLET.

Number of volunteers furnished in first SO regiments . . . .


Number furnished between that time and President's call
for 600,000
Number under the calls for 600,000
Total number furnished

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..


Amount raised by individual subscription . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Number of men who have been discharged or resigned
from disability
Number of officers and soldiers broaght bone for bnrial..

Number of volanteora lomialyji in Ima-sB


Number furnished Jt4^^

asm

ot

in

S U J U U V of

MIMTART ITATISTICS.
#

Number under the calls for 600,000.


Total number furnished
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments *.
Amount raised by individual subscription
Aid furnished by churches, schools or individuals to farm*
lies of volunteers. * . . * * . * * * * * . < . *
Number of men who have been discharged or resigned
from disability * . * * * . . * . * * . * . . * * * *
Number of officers and soldiers brought home for burial..
Number of men who have returned in two years regiments.

61
139
571

00

511

00

200

00
11
1

Died t M t M t M M i M ) I l I M M I i M I M * ( I I I I H It
WHEELER.

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments . . . .


Number under the calls for 600,000
Total number furnished
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..
Amount raised by individual subscription
A i d furnished by churches, schools or individuals to fami
lies of volunteers
.
Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associ
ated effort or by individuals.
Number of men who have been discharged or resigned
from disability
Number of officers and soldiers brought home for burial..
Died and killed.

19
48
61
1814

00

814

00

505. 6 8
925 <ty>
5
1
1

WOODHULL.

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments . . . .


Number furnished between that time and President's call

14

for 600,000

Number under the calls for 600,000


Total number furnished.
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..
Amount raised by tax on town or ward
Amouut\aised by individual subscription
Aid scat to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associ
ate* effort or by individuals
Number of me* who have been discharged or resigned

-^tfa^.v.....'.;v..v
1 \.Nfnn*bipr of otfoam and soldiers brought home for burial..
milium***"of man^rbo'bava returned in two yearn regiments

31
56
101
1220

00

150

00

10 00

232 01

19
0
to
6

'4

138

FUST

AmrrjAL

SULLIVAN

KXFOKT

or

TBIititri

COUNTY.

COIXICOON.

Number of volunteers furnished in first 88 r e g i m e n t s . . . . .

80

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000

*....'

80

Number under the calls for 000,000

80

Total number furnished

120

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

$315 00

Amount raised by individual subscription

815 00

Aid furnished by churches, schools or individuals to fami


lies of volunteers

100 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned

from disability

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

LIBERTY.

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

26

Number furnished between that time and President's call


lor
4*4"

600,000

85

Number under the calls for 600,000

124

Total number furnished

385

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

$800 00

Amount raised by individual subscription

I!.;

800 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned

from disability

6-

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

14

IS
SUFFOLK

COUNTY.

HUNTINGTON.

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

86*

Number under the calls for 600,000

880

Total number furnished

814

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

$81,702 00

Amount raised by tax on town or ward

80,000 00

Amount raised by individual subscription


Aid

F,702 00

sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso-

ciated effort or by indiv iduals

\;j
500 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability

'

Number of officers and soldiers


filled and died
.....

brought home for b u r i a l . _

RlTSSUKAD.

^
'

,*, ^
<

Hill

, ,

V '
*-,.u %
im

- -

Number of volunteers furnished.in 0ral 88 reghnenfta. . v


Number furnished between t a a V t i i l ^
SAA AAA

<\'f^\^f8^^^ :

: ' m j m ^ ^ i ^

Ofliif of nor BimxAir ot

139

MTLITABT STATISTICS.

Number under the calls for 000,000


Total nnmber furnished
:
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,
Amount raised by tax on town or ward
Amount raised by individual subscription
Aid furnished by churches, schools or individuals to fami
lies of volunteers
Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso
ciated effort or by individuals
Number of men who have been discharged or resigned
from disability.
Number of officers and soldiers brought home for burial..
Died

04
1)5
$14,247 45
13,6*85 00
562 45
t

50 00
481 11
2
3
2

SMTTHTOWN.

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000

21

Number under the calls for 600,000


Total number furnished....,
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,
Amount raised by tax on town or ward
Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso
ciated effort or by individuals

11
08
$8,000 00
8,000 00
105 00

SOUTHOLD.

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments....


Number under the calls for 600,000
Total number furnished
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,
Amount raised by tax on town or ward
Aid furnished by churches, schools or individuals to fami
lies of volunteers

50
* 142
192
$14,200 00
14,200 00
9,964 00

ULSTER COUNTY.
T

HARDENBUKGH.

Nnmber under the calls for 600,000


Total number furnished
Number of men wh%bave been discharged
from disability..
Killed
...> ...........

24
24
or resigned

'

MAMLITOWN.

, Number of volunteers furnish*! in first 88


Nnmberfamishedbetween that time and
MgfajMfiW* >sk ? J M > W , v

regiments

President's call

140

Amruix mows or sp* , .... ,


*

$9,5135 16

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments* .


Amount raised by tax on town or ward. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Amount raised by individual subscription.
*

A i d from churches, schools, or academies, to soldiers iu


hospital or in service.

A i d Bent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated

1,810
865

00
16

26 00

effort or by individuals.

602 85

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .


NEW

PALTX.

Number under the calls for 600,000*

* ** *

90

Total number furnished.

90

$3,241 00

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments.


Amount raised by tax on town or ward.

8,000 00

Amount raised by individual subscription

....**..

241

00

A i d from churches, schools, or academies, to soldiers in


hospital or in service

80 00

A i d Bent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated


effort or by individuals

oH

i\,
%
If*],' '
i'

28

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability. . . . > . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

10

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .

Died

"

.".

t!

J*

480

ROSKNDALE.

Number of volunteers furnished in first 8 8 regiments....

41

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for

600,000...................*......

Number under the calls for 600,000.

81

91

Total number furnished

160

$898 00

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..


Amount raised by tux on town or ward*

600 06

Amount raised by individual subscription*

888

00
/

Aid furnished by churches, schools, or individuals, to fatal*


lies of volunteers.

* 800

00

888

00'

Aid sent to hospitals, to ssnitary commission, by associated


effort or by individuals.

..........

Number of men who have been discharged4or

resigned

'

from d i s a b i l i t y . . . . . . . . . # . . . . * . * . . * . . . * . . * .
Number of men who have returned

in 8 months regln&autsV

WoossTucn.

41 :
u

Number of volunteers furnished in Aral 08 rigiwiiH ,


Number furnished between thai tfaatvnst'ft^^
t

. /

> ^4

'S^-'^tV

**MJj|^

ens** o* fttt

tvtiKa or M I U T A B T mmttcn.

Number tinder the cilia for 600,000* * . * * . . * * * . * * . * * . . .


Total number furnished**.*...,.**.**** * . * . . . . * * . * . .
Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated
effurt or by individuals. .
<*,***....
Number of men who hate been discharged or resigned
from disability. * * . . . , . . * . * . ; * . * * * . . . * . . . . *
Number of officers and soldiers brought home for bit Hal.,
WARREN

141
86

16
200 00

1
* 1

COUNTY,

CALDWELL.

Number furnished between June 1, '61, and President's call


for 600,000*.

*
Number under the calls for 600,000.
Total number furnished.
*. *
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments* *
Amount raised by tax on town or ward.
Amount raised by individual subscription.
Number of officers and soldiers brought home for burial..

28
24
4t
0135 00
100 00
35 00

CHESTER. *

It umber of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments


Number furnished between that time and President's call
for 600,000.
..........*...
Number under the calls for 600,000
Total number furnished.
* *
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments..
Amount raised by tax on town or ward
**..***
Amount raised by individual subscription.
Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated

effort or by individuals.

13
26
103
(950 00
665 00
285 00
388 34

HAGUE.

Number furnished between June 1/61,

and President's call


foy $ 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . * . * * * * * . . * . .
Number under the calls for 600,000. . . . . . . .

Vets! oumber furnished* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments.
Amount raised by individual subscription.
*.
AM sent to heapHale, to sanitary commission, by associated
^ etfort or by ii$4ivldtte)s. * * ***
.*
Nnmber of men who have been discharged or resigned
,ffcotn disability.***t#t***t.**4***t*****..
iM^^

frwishad
*

infirstSS regiments... *
''j^00,tim
end Resident's call

2t
6
88
$100 00
100 00

10 00
1
it
1

Htm

AHNUAti ftiPOAT Of |tM


*

ii
Number under ilm calls fur 000,000, ,.<,***

M
Tolftl tltlttlhor fttMllftlKMt * i i i l H i M M I M M t M i M i l i l i i i
Amount of money raised In town to promote etillstmotita* *
Amount raised by Individual mibsoHptiofh *** # # t # i # # * %m oo
Aid furnished by churches, sellouts, or individuals, to iamb
60 00
lies of volunteers* M I I I . i * * * i i * 111 i * 11 # iii
Number of men who huvu been discharged of resigned
8
from disability* m i
1
Number of ullleers and soldiers brought homo for burial*
Number of men who Have returned hi two years regiments,
JoitNBHtmoH,
13
Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments,, *
Number furnished between that time and President's call
04
Ii)!* 000,000 M t H M t U M l t M U M M H l O t H M O H M
04
Number under the calls for 000,000.. *******. . * * *
141
Total number furnished,
I1J65 00
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments * *
1/200 00
Amount raised by tax on town* of ward* **** *t11
05 00
Amount raised by individual subscription, % % * ****,
Number of men who have been discharged or resigned
11
from disability i l U H t i H t i t M H u i n u i u M H U M i
Number of officers and soldiers brought home for burial* ,
i
t

Lt'EERNtt*

Numbe*r of volunteers furnished in first M regiments** *


Number furnished between that time and Presidents call
fOr 000|000k M M M l M M i M i M M M M t i M i i i M M M l
Number under the calls for 000,000* ****** . . . . . . . . . . . .
Total number furnished* * ************** * * * * *
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments*
Amount raised by ta* on town *>r w a r d . . . . . . . * * . . * . *
Amount raised by individual subscription*******
*
Aid from churches, schools, or academies, to soldiers in
hospital or in service**^*#**...*********
Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated
effort or by individuals* > > . . . . . . . . * , , . . * > . . . . , * . .
dumber of men who have been discharged or resigned
from disability*t**************** ** iiooot
Number of officers and soldiers brought home for barial t

5
49
83
If
$600 00
400 00
800 00

100 00

4
1

QuiiKsBcar,
Number of volunteers furnished in ital i l tagiasanla*
Number furnished between thai Kim and- IHsasiintts taH

Ml
5

for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 , i i i i u i i t i i i u i i i f i h H v f i % * i ^ ^ ^ ^ : | - f i
ii'ftBlfclilftthdefci^JO Oidia* iMf> iiitji^Aftits s^'^^ '^s^jM^^sees\i

mm

oi

WMAV

O F MJLITART BTATIBTICA,

Total number tarnished.*,.,* i * . .


Amount of money raised in town to promotu enlistments,,
Amount r|lsed by tux on town or ward.
H.MM.M
Amount raised by individual mibucriptlon*
Aid tarnished by churches, schools, or individuals, to rami*
ties of v o l u n t e e r s , , . , . * * . . . . , . , , . , . . . . . . . . . .
Aid sent to hoHjdlals, to sanitary commission, by associated
(effort or by Individuals, , , , * , , . < *
r
Number of men who have boon discharged or resigned
fVotU disability, I I H H M M H M I M
uinitui
Number of officers and soldiers brought homo for burial,.

148

Oil
#11,082 00
8,202 00
0,000 00
H

10

100 00
0
I

STONY OUKKK.

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments....


Number furnished between that time and President's call
fOr 600,000 M i i l M M M I I M i M l l l l l l M M l M l l M i H
Number under the culls for 600,000,,
Total number furnished, t , , , * , , . , , ,
Aid tarnished by churches, schools, or InuMviduals, to fami
lies of volunteers!, i , , , , , ! , , . , , ,
* *
Number of men who have been discharged or resigned
from disability. , , , , i , , , , * , * * , , * * * , , * * * * * * * *
Number of officers and soldiers brought home for burial,.

IB
21
45

10 00

10

TUVRIIAN,

Number of volunteers tarnished In first 38 regiments. * *.


Number furnished between that tlmo and President's call
for 8 0 0 , 0 0 0 . * . . , . . . , . , >
Number under tho calls for 600,000,,, . , , , , . , , . , . ,
Total number furnisbed..
,, ,,,*,.
Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments*
Amount raised by tax on town or ward,
Number of men who have been discharged or resigned
(from disability* . . , . * *
k

Killed and d i e d . * * * > * * *


*

it
80
66

$1,850 oa
1,850 00
z

WiMlSNStltttaH,

23
^Number of volunteers tarnished in Hist 38 regiments. , *
Number furnished between that time and Presidents call
for 000,000. i t i t i i t i i i i i M M i i t M i i t * * *
61
Number under the calls for 600,000. * . , , * , . , . . , . . . . .
114
$totulnumber tarnished****,,,*.%***
-* AsseemtofuKmey raised in towii to promote enlistments.. # W 0 0 00
2,600 00
4kpj^
or ward........ . . . . . . .
5,000 00
* ~ m & * t i ^
l y liniMinnl ^beoriptloo...
.
|p|aj^a^
or individuals* to famiSM0O
i

144

? i R S T

AKKTJAL BIPOftT OF TJBDT

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by associated


effort or by individuals. . . . . . . . . . .

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .


W A Y N E COUNTY.
BUTLER,

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . .


Number furnished between that time and President's call
for 600,000
Number under the calls for 600,000
Total number furnished

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,


Amount raised by tux on town or ward
Amount raised by individual subscription.
A i d furnished by churches, schools or individuals to fami
lies of volunteers
A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso
ciated effort or by individuals.

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability

..................

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,


K i l l e d 1, died 1 . . . . .
HUBON.
Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments..
Number furnished between that time and President's call
for 600,000.
.Number under the calls for 600,000.

Total number furnished.


Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,
Amount raised by tax on town or w a r d . . . . . . . . . .
Amount raised by individual s u b s c r i p t i o n . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso
ciated effort or by i n d i v i d u a l s . . . . .
Number of men who have been discharged or resigned
from disability
Number of officers and soldiers brought home Ibr burial.
Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,
Killed and died
. ..

. , . . WO&OOTC.

...^
i

Number of volunteers ftuniahed in fee* 16 i gs imanlB


#

Number furnished between that t s a i a r t F i a i H i n r a Hal

Ibr 600.000*

^ r^r^^v^#^#^^<^^

mm

O F T H E B U R E A U O F MtLITAltT STATISTICS,

145

Number under the calls for 600,000

130

T o t a l number furnished.

107

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,


Amount raised by individual s u b s c r i p t i o n . . . *

$1,005 00
1,005

00

A i d furnished by churches, schools or individuals to fami


lies of volunteers.

208 75

A i d sent t o , hospitals, to sanitary commission, by assod a t e d effort or by individuals.

480 80

WESTCHESTER

COUNTY.

BBDKOJM),

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000'.

11

Number under the calls for 600,000

112

Total number furnished.

135

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,


Amount raised by tax on town or ward

$13,500 00
12,500 00

Amount raised by individual subscription.

1,000

00

A i d sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by asso


ciated effort or by individuals.

J ,800 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability.

* . * ^ * . . *.

ft

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

llAKftlMOtf,
Number furnished between June 1, '61, and President's call
for 600,000

13

Number under the calls for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

bH

Total number f u r n i s h e d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Amount of

money rawed in

town to promote enlistments,

11
$5,280 00

Amount raised by tax on town or w a r d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

6,000' 00

Amount raised by individual s u b s c r i p t i o n . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2Hi) 0$

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


^ from disability

..,............,

If AMAKOtfgCK,
Number of volunteers furnished in first %% regimenta*...

VI

000000000*00000000000*

Number furnished between that time and Presidents call

(or000,000.00

Hambcr under the calls for 600,000


.
Totalamber feraiehod*,*
j l y m n f of saoaey ruined in town to promote enlistments,
I f tas on iom or ward.,
1

42

VI
* $Si VH Sf>
f

%UH hb

p m M l y Meifaei e ^ r t i e c r i p i k * . , . . . 1 , 0 0 0
"I

00

- -

146

-----

:-

. -

FIRST ANNUAL BEPORT 01* flJB

A i d furnished by churches, schools or individuals to fanu*


lies of v o l u n t e e r s . . * . . * . .
.
> ..........
A i d from churches, schools or academies to soldiers in
c

hospital or in service . ,

$503 50

..............

150 00

Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by assoelated effort or by i n d i v i d u a l s . . . . . . . c . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1,620

00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability

2
KVR.

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 regiments . . .

45

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 0 0 , 0 0 0

81

Number under the calls for. 600,000

138

Total number furnished.,

Amount of minify raised in town to promote enlistments,

$19,500 00

Amount raised by tax on town or ward

14,500 00

Amount raised by individual subscription...


A i d sent to hospitals,

5,000 00

to sanitary commission, by asso

ciated effort or by individuals

2,030.25

YOP.KTOWN.

Number furnished between lune 1, '61, and President's call


for cue,000

36

Number under the culls for 000,000

12

Total number furnished.

108

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,

$5,400 00

Amount raised by tax on town or w a r d .

5,000 00

Amount raised by individual subscription


A i d sent to hospitals,

400 00

to sanitary commission, by asso

ciated effort or by individuals

500 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability

Number of officers and soldiers brought home for b u r i a l . .


WYOMING

COUNTY.

EAGLE.
is

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . .

1Q

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 6 0 0 , 0 0 0 . . . .

..I.......

Number under the calls for 600,000

"

..;

Total number f u r n i s h e d . . . o

8$

,...

Amount of jhoney raised in town to promote eulisimeuta,


1

46

Amount raised by individual subscription

9$

' $40^ 0#
\

'^^CMfc^-

A i d sent to hospitals, to'sanitary ussiniaiiott-.b^

. a w J ui^A^u

"

"

C H I E F O F M B BtmiAJtJ OF MtLtf AfcY STATISTICS*


Number of men who have been discharged or resigned
fiom disability*
Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,
.

147

, * * * . . . < * *

tiKKKSKtt FAM.SV

NumWrfurtnghod between Tuucl, 'til, and President's call


v

for 600,000.

1)

Number under the calls for 000,000..

41

fc

Total number furnished*

50

Amount of money ntised in town to promote enlistments,


Amount raised by individual subscription

8853 00
853 00

Aid sent to hospitals, to sanitary commission, by a s s o


ciated effort or by individuals

100 00

Number of men who have been discharged or r e s i g n e d


from disability.

,.,

Number of officers and soldiers brought h o m e for b u r i a l . .

Number of men who have returned in two years regiments,

Killed

3
YATES COUNTY.
JfiKl'SAl.KM.

Number of volunteers furnished in first 38 r e g i m e n t s . . . .

13

Number furnished between that time and President's call


for 600,000

37

Number under the calls*for 600,000

Total number furnished

04

Amount of money raised in town to promote enlistments,


Amount raised by tax on town or ward
Amount raised by individual subscription

44

7 , 0 0 0 00

....

0,300 00

, ..

700 00

Number of men who have been discharged or resigned


from disability

148

FIRST ANNUAL REPORT O F T U B

Table of town reports from different counties in the State of New


York, mode to the Bureau of Military
Statistics.

Albany
Allegany...
Broome
Cattaraugus)
Chautauqua
Cayuga . . . .
Chemung . .
Chenango..
Clinton . . .
Columbia . .
Ccfrtland . . .
Delaware...
Dutchess . . .
Erie

to
4
12
9
4
o
5
3
3
6

Edsex

792
457
973
1,393
572
105
303
361
422
377

$16,927 05
3,238 56
18.513 60
91,324 24
19,233 00
300 00
3,736 05
1*495 32
24,591 00
10,449 00

39
136

25
35
222
258
1
85
88
19
22
139

95
51
141
6S4
34
276
94
14
115
371

133
90
458
1,076
29
390
220
36
186
646

5,225 00
2,400 00
5,092 38
13,203 00
1,152 00
11,375 00
2,330 00
750 00
15,182 02
21,601 22

750 00
15,020 02
20,048 4*

35
104
33
72
25

137
52
120
60

126
277
224
269
268

194
18
309
461
353

13,350
17,016
14,080
5,195
26,945

11,288
14,415
9,660
1,600
23,850

190
43

275

565
527

1,113
845

22,610 00
28,458 00

........

90
214
40
125
172
61
40

136
615
90
329
486
254
285

386
888
150
503
754
367
325

16,424 00
16,472 45
2,350 00
6,284 00
35,764 38
8,000 00
23,606 Of

3,500 00
5,000 Of
1,600 00
5,834 Of
34,109 SO

389

614

444
245
33
48
36
94
459
596
204

1,180

26
193
36
47

50
59
20
49
52
225
541
7
1
10
215
131
82
46

Totapkinf . . .
Ubter
Warren*
Washington .
Wayne

WectehetUr
Wyomiof
Tattf*

3GS240
367
729
448
87
195
120
265
236

13
4
95
134
4
29
3S

Franklin . . .
Fulton
(iencsee....
(ireene
Hamilton....
Herkimer . .
Jefferson . . . .
Kings
Lewis
Livingston. . .
Madison . . . .
Monroe
Montgomery.
New Y o r k . . .
Niagara
Oneida
Onondaga
Ontario . . . .
Orange
Orleans
Oswego
Otsego
Putnam
Queens
Rensselaer . .
Richmond. . .
Rockland....
St. Lawrence
Saratoga....
Schenectady.
Schoharie . . .
Schuyler....
Seneca
Steuben
Suffolk
Sullivan . . . .

$3,941 35
2,661 56
9,318 00
40,671 00
15,332 00
290 00
2,960 00
475 00
20,253 00
8,726 00

120
434
526
107
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148
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398
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2,992
5,864
1,152
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20,000 Of

19,997 00 2,500 00
15,208 IT 12,76ft 2T
34,317 23 10,814 2ft
2,313 50 1,313 60
4,350 ff 1,450 0*
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5,040 ff 4,fff 00
4,fH 52 :*#ftft^:^f
8,140 45
1,115 ff

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CHIEF Of THE BtJBIAU OF MILITARY STATISTICS.


TABLE.Continued.
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COUNTIES.

J- J
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Allegany....
Broome . . . . .
Cattaraagus.
Chautaaqaa.
Caycga
Chemung....
Chenango . . .
Clinton
Colombia....
Cortland
Delaware....
Dutchess
Brie

Enez
Franklin
Fnlton
Genesee
Greene
Hamilton . . .
Herkimer . . .
Jefferson
King*
Lewis
Livingston . .
Madison,
Monroe
Montgomery.
Haw Y o r k . . .
Niagara
Oneida
Onondaga . . .
Ontario
Orange
Orl

$11,965 70
575 00
9,195 60
49,852 93
3,901 00
10 00
865 05
1,020 32
4,238 00
1,723 00

1580 00
250 00'
2,432 25
1,549 00
5,000 GO
120 00
641 25
249 00
113 93

130 00

7,175 00
2,330 00

850 00

162 00
1,552 75
2,0*1
2,601
4,420
3,695
3,096

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35
6
4
2
21

225 00
55 00
176 61
3,062 32

8
11
33
34
3
20

7
10

2
16
2
34

1,424 92
380 00

100 00
590 00

576 19
1,530 03

8
8
44

500 00
1,570 49
3,359 00
355 00
275 00

26
18
7
4

22
5
5
3
11
15

618 00
673 31
87 00
1,020 00

200 00
337 00

21,610 00
7,789 00

235 09
3,000 00

345 93

3,470 52
2,050 00

19
17

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875 00

3,372 24
3,820 25
450 00
994 09
1,635 47
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12,024 00
11,472 4*
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450 00
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375 00

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275 00
122 00
1,144 50
189 00 6,.582 00
600 00 6,732 00
910 00
950 00
212 74
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600 00
100 00

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2,100 38
7,339 00

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17
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2,449 69
3,593 49

5,881 81

13

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1,999 99
2,999 99
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49 99
3,977 12 2,29ft 98
2*2*4 44|1,9I4 99
199 99
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5,491 05
1,298 76
300 00
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116 38
3,137 34
1,686 11

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18
8

FIRST ANNUAL REPORT OF

, J f: *

NAMES OF PATRONS AND TOWN CORRESPONDENTS.


Albany

County*

Towns marked thus hay* reported.

.
.

Hon. Amasa J. Parker.


H o n . Lucios Robinson.
Mr. H i r a m Perry.

....

Joseph Kresser.
Philip O'Brien.
Martin V . B. Winne.

Ahram Koonz.

Barent P . Staats.
David V . N . Radcliffe.
Thomas E a r l y .
Timothy Seymour,
William McCluskey.
...

Thomas 0. Wands.
William Kimmey.

W i l l i a m D . Strevell.
Jonas Shear.

..

Stephen V . Frederick.
John Keenholts.
John R. Taylor.

New Scotland

George H . Laraway.
Jared T . Reynolds.
*

Gerrit

Allegany

County.

Rogers.
William Wilson.
Milo H . Wygant.
.
Hamilton Ward*
George W. Easterbroo
Zebulon A . Kendall.
Mark H. Pike.
William Windsor.
Carpenter.
v
James M . Curtis,
--Alvah E. Crnttendon.
. . . . John W. Doell,; *
Clark

Angelica
Alma

Birdsall...
Bolivar
Burns

Caneadea

Van O'Linda.

CHIEF OF fHB BUREAU OF MILITARY STATISTICS.

Friendship
Genesee.
Granger
*Grove

Hume

William H . King.
W i l l i a m L . Howler.
Washington Moses.
Samuel Swain.

John M. Hammond.

Independence

Samuel Beebee.

New Hudson.

..

Rushford

Nathaniel D. Bell.
Jedcdiah B. Gordon.

*Scio

Ward

Royal S. Howard.

Milo Burdick.

Wellsville

Charles Collins.

West Almond

Philip Terry.

Willing

Daniel P. Witter.

Wirt

Alfred Scott.
Broome

County.

Barker
Binghamton

Daniel Lowell.
T r a c y R. Morgan.

do
Chenango

Hon. Daniel S. Dickinson.


Walter Gary.

Colesville

Robert G . Harper.

Conklin

Kirkwood
Lisle

Jacob V . A . Waldron.
.

J . A . Emmons.

George Stoddard.

Maine

Jefferson Ransom.

Nanticoke
Port Crane
Sanford
Triangle
Union
Vesta!
Windsor

J . B. Balch.
Col. C. V a n Name.
H . P. Ensign.
John E . Wentz.
E . C . Moody.

E . W . Crane.
W . W . Dickson.

Cattaraugus County.
Allegany

...

Richard Welch.

Aehfcrd

George N . West.

C a r r o l l t o n . . . . . J a m e s

Cdd Spring
CkjMftwaogo

WhmQm ~*

.*v.. .,...>

Nichols,

E . C . Price,
J - Rulofson.

** *^U4I**M
W

N. M . Allen.
Dock Wilton.

152

FRIST ANNUAL KKPOBT OF T M

Farmersville
*Franklinville
Freedom

T . J . Cummings.
H.S.Woodruff:
Thomas White.

Great V a l l e y

A.A.Norton.

Ilindsdale

W . O. Leland.

Huinphey

S. S. Cole.

"Lsehua

W i l l i a m Smith.

Leon

E z r a Cooper.

Little Valley

S. S. Marsh.

Lyndon

J . Q. Perry.

*Machias

Hem an J . Button.

Mansfield
Napoli
New Albion
Olean

J . M . Smith.
Orris Marsh.
J . P . Darling.
C o l . James T . Henry.

Otto

W . E . Hunt.

Perrysburgh

S. L . Titus.

Persia

L . S. Jenks.

Portville

J . M . Copp.

Randolph

W . H . Henderson.

Salamanca

E . C . Topliff.

South Valley

J . F . Fenton.

Yorkshire

L. D . Cobb.
Cayuga

County.

A u b u r n city, 1st w a r d . . , .
*2d ward

Lewis Paddock.
Daniel Hewson.

3d w a r d

Brutus

William Moore.
Adam Miller.
Lockwood Hunt.
E . S. V a n Lienw.
Solomon Giles.

Cato

Nelson P . Burke.

4 t h ward
Aurelius

Aurora

Conquest

Nelson d o e s .

Fleming
Genoa
Ira

(Biofraphjr.)

....
...........

Johnson TsJlsaa*.
Da*** ,'VNCSSL
F . * . i w II. *#raSv

Led yard
Locke
Ments

Itosjm *
Mt
rir-ijv^.
VsVss.ls|lm

Montciuma

-aWi** V- B ,

WUla

^-^#
^'^fife

CHIEF OF m

BUREAU O F MILITARY STATISTICS.

Niles

Peter C. Bod i no.

Owaaco
Scipio

B . II. Leonard.
Anizi Wood.

m m

Sempronius .

A d n a II. Griflin.

Sennett

Thomas Ogdeu.

Springport

P. O. Yawger.

Sterling

William Keevill.

Summerhill

Throop

A . E . Hathaway.

James M . Clark.

Venice
Victory

W . II. Divine.
Isaac Lock wood.
Chautauqua

Arkwriglit

......

County.
L e v i Baldwin.

Busti ;

John A . Hall.

Carroll

James Parker.

(Deceased.)

do

Charles L . Norton.

Charlotte

* Hon. Henry C . Lake.

Chautauqua

Milton Smith.

Cherry C r e e k . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

II. W . Parsons.

Clyraer

Otis

Dunkirk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Hon, James Shewnrd.

Ellery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ellicott

William

Ellington

John N . Furnhnm.

'French

Creek..

D . Hinckley.
C . Benedict.

Coleman r l

Bishop.

. . . . . . P o e t . W i n . P. Sabine.

Gerry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

George A . A l d r i c h .

Hanover . . . . . . . . . .
Harmony
............

Chester Pope.
H o n . Walter L . Sessions.

Kiaatone

Delavan C . Morgan.

M i Ha

If

L........
. . . . . . *

Poland . . . . . . . . . .

...

Alfred Thorp.
Eliakiin Crosby.

Pocafret....... . . . . . . . . . . . .

A . W. McKinstroy.

Portland . .
.
MiplWj . . . . . . .
.......
gsjicidin
. ^ * * .*>

Doct. H. C . T a y l o r .
Charles Brockway.
John C. Cranston.
Lewis Harrington.

nf

Lncien C..Warren. _
^v,,,,,**

W i l l i a m C Smith.

154

FIRST ANNUAL REPORT OF THB

' ' *

Chemung County.
Baldwin . .
*Big Flats

L y m a n H . Lownan.

Catlin
Chemung .

D . M . Thomas.

Elmira . . .

Charles G . Fairman.

do

W i l l i a m A , Tuttle.
G . W . Buck.
..

...

D . F . Pickering.
John Cooper.

*Erin
Horseheads

'.

........

.....

South Fort)

J . H , Osmer.
W i l l i a m F . Post.

V a n Etten .

Jacob Swartwood,

Veteran

H . Haskins.
Chenango

County.

Afton

.......

Daniel A . Carpenter.

Vainbridgo

.......

D r . Blinn S. S i l l .

Columbus

.......

Chancey Carner.

Coventry

E d g a r A , Phillips.

German .

W i l l i a m Burnap.

Greene

Robert P . Barnard.

...

Guilford

. . . . . . * . . * . .

Chancey R. Fuller.

L i nek 1 men
MoDonough

Erastus P, Smith.

...

D r . Eneas Ensign.

m to <m m m

New B e r l i n .

Daniel Herrington,

North N o r w i c h .

Nehemiah Leach.

Norwich

i .

.1

Philander B . Prindle.
D a v i d B . Parce.

OtBelio...*--...

.... . . .

James W . Glover.

B . J , Matthewson.

. . ......*>
mm mm
...

Oxford

Pharsolia . . . . . . .
Pitcher

John S. Blackraan.

Plymouth .

Dennis Balton.

Preston

Daniel D . W . C . T h r o o p .

.... . . . .

Sherburne

Alfred Nichols.

Smithvillo

Jesse Read.

Smyrna

Isaac B . Collins.

Clinton County.
Altona.*
Aupablo
* ...
Beekmantown..
Black

....I..

William Graham.
W. 0 . Watson, Jr.
JohnDawaott.

: mi/ >

Brook...

ChampUin .

V'

JMMi

i. i V

i
CHIEF OF - W B BUREAU OF MILITARY STATISTICS.
Chazy
Clinton
Dannemora
Ellenburgh,

John W . Hubbell.
J . M . Humphrey.
L . W . Pierce.
A . G . Walker.

Mooers

James F i t c h .

Peru

George P. ^ l l e c k .

Plattsburgh

W i l l i a m Reed.

Saranac

I). II. Parsons.

Schuyler Falls

Albert Turner.
Cortland

Cincinnatus

Benj. H . Tillinghast.

Cortlandvillo

Cuylcr

County,

Hon. Hiram Crandall.


Silas Blanchard.

Freetown

Samuel Conger..

Harford

Samuel W . Nelson.

Homer

Geo. J . J . Barber.

Lapeer

P . C-. Squires.

Marathon

E . Clark Carley.

do

E.S.Wells.

(Biography.

Preble

Henry B. V a n Hoesen.

Scott

Joseph Atwater.

Solon

James Seymour.

Taylor.,

Irviu IT. Phelps.

Truxton

Amos L . Kinney.

Virgil

Pago Green.

Willot

John S. Dyer.

* -

Columbia

County.

Ancram

Elisha Moore.

^.usterlitai

Dr. Wright II. Barnoe.

'Canaan

J . C. Ford.

Chatham

Thomas B. Rider.

Claverack...

Peter Meeick.

Clermont
Copako
Gallatin
Germantown..
* ^;'Ofcillt . ^ . i

M r . Washburn.
P. Bonesteol.
Henry Tanner.
Philip Rockefeller.

..-..L

Off#ay)rt*v*v

llBiilililt^ w > U V i & u u Y ; . . '

Norman V a n Bramcr.

Cornelioa Esaelstyn.
Dr. Jotepfi P. Dorr.

155

166

twn

KSWAtt U N I ! * M M

>

>

* K i n d e r h o o k . . . . . . . F r a n c i s Sylvester.
do
Hon. Wm. fi. Tobey.
Livingston
J^ln Whitbeck.
New Lebanon
Edwin Kendall.
Stockport

Henry A. Vandeearr.
S t u y v e s a n t . E d w a r d
Van Alstyne,
Taghkanick
IT
J . M. Strever,
Delaware County.
Andes
William B. Dowie.
Bovina
John Calhonn.
Colchester"".".".!.*..*>.......
n. *
- Johnson.
Davenport
Zebulon Goodrich.
jj jj
_
Benjamin P. Gerowe.
,
"""
Hon. Norwood Bowne.
Franklin"."" ~. ".!"..*......- ----- P- & Northrop.
Hamden
.
Marcus L . Bostwick.
Hancock
- -- - - - Ebenezer P. Wheeler.
Barpersfield
Richard E. Davis.
Kortright
William B. Peters.
Masonville
. . . . . . . . . Daniel McKinnan.
Meredith
- - - - - - Edward Douglas.
Middletown
Daniel Waterbury.
Roxbury
- - - - v Alexander H . Burhana,
Sidney A
..'.
- - - - W 1 * S. Rogers.
Stamford
William S. Foote.
Tompkins
- ^ o r g e D. Wheeler.
Walton . . . . . . . . . . . . - - - - - - - - T. S. St. John.
Dutchess County.
,
'
Amenia
- - - - A biahW. Palmer."
Beekman
. . . . . . . . . . . . Clark A. Nicholson.
Clinton..........
- - - - John G. Balsted,
Dover......
. . . . . < . - . . - . Zebulon Rudd.
EastFishkill
A. A. Brush.
F i s h k i l l . . . . . . . . . . . . T e l l e r .
B

r n a

li

Hyde Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Henry F. Vedder.


UGrange.......-.....
J * e

Milan..........

. '
-

Mwfrwtfr.

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STATISTICS.

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Degarmo.

Augustus L . Allen,

Red H o o k . fe 1. % -w 1

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t. U U V w

Rhine-beck

P h i l i p H , Lasher.
John

do

Hon.

Stanford .......... _

U n i o n Vale

t. to "to 1.

1.

Washington

William Kelly*

Alvah Bnshnell.

V to M

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Reese.

to

David D. Vincent.

-to

Samuel Thorn,

to to to to to

Poughkeepste city.,.

V "to -to to. 'w w

John 1, Piatt,

w V

Robert E. Taylor.

do
" t o i . to S to to to to 'to to>

do

*-

Benson J . Lossing,

1 to -to % -to "to -to

Hon.

do
Erie
Aldeti
Amherst

to to to a to to to to, to to

"to "to to Tto "to ^ "to

to

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to

County.

btoto.

J . B. Pride.

-to "to "to -W

C . C . Grove.

Aurora . .>..*,.

Seth Fenner.

-Bos ton ..^w^^^^^.^-u


Brandt

Tto -to. "to "to -to "to -to

George Bri n d 1 ey.


Thomas Jud son,

toto-to"to "to >. to

Buffalo, 1st ward

Isaac Piatt.

W . W. Stannard,

to "to 'to to -tototo- %.

R. L . Burrows.
3d
4th
5th
6th

ward
ward ^
ward
ward

do

"to tm

"to "to

W . P. Moore.

"to '.*to "to

R. Flack,
John W . A . Meyer.

tototo-to "to to

Jacob IT. Pfohl.

wto,bto - to. to -

Gen.

Buffalo city
.
do
7th ward *
Sth ward -to .tototo.tototototo"to
dth ward
lOtli ward . . . .
to> ,to.toto
t

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'to to to to to to to to to -

to to to Ik toi -toi

to

IT. L . Lansing,

P. A . Balcom, J r .

(Biography.)

A . A . Howard.
Norton D . Halbert.
Charles E . Pel ton.
0. E. Salisbury.
Charles E. Young.

* . to. -. * * T\ R. Stocking.

1-t'th Wa>rd - .

J, A Smith.
12th ws>rd . % * >
> 1. it, ^ T. -to. -*> -i* %
X&th. ward . - . * ^ % % % %
>George Orr.
IE. Farwell.
ObiotOW&ga
David Woodward,
R. S. Warner,
llarooa Bartlett.
^ v * ^ * ^ * * ^ B y r o n Coohran.
l<vi Potter.
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Hlhomae M . TMumbun.
WiiMam M . IH, H u l l .
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n s

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Thomas Maguire.

*Moriah
^ewconib

....

Ufariiel

*North E l b a . . .
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.......
...

TC.fi. JIadh.
(rain Phelps.

St. A r m and

...

Mijote Backer.

Schroon

C S l a i i k M . M u i r t i % .

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Ticonderoga
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Wiilborough

Wilmington . . .

...

Jdlin IE. I J O W .
-Charlie* Sheldon.
JBe. Iforaiis Miliilla.

Fulton 'County.
Bleecker . . . . . . .
Broadalbiu
Caroga.....
JESphratah . 4 .
Johnfitown

IRylasltatman.
....
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,
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#

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Wim. (<*. MLtikiwi^u.

So

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........ ^

iCuiftuu JBittuih.
William Moyil.

grmesm (County.

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<(Umum:ey Wmtiaum.
^
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Wiilliiuu ^H. Mulloiw..
^ , ^ ^ iBrufc 3K. IE. Wmijjht.
..^^ Mun.MO8.UB'Ulajg^ant
^ainu^l (Okuttcih.

Bethany
Byron
^ ^ ^ ^ ^
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M\m* IT. BBpyntwu.

Sttiloe W^iiUaee.
U i a m (CI. J&aynip-ull.
flBiih B i t ^ U .

AaaA.Maoapuff.
JWhn ll&nfarMte.

iGteorp W.. Wmigkt.

W i i t l m 3^nett.

T '

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160

FIRST ANNUAL BBPOBT OF S K I

Cairo

E. C. Stephens.

Catskill

John Badgley, jr.

Coxsackie

P . H . Sylvester.

Durham..

A . H . Hayes.

Greenville

B . F . McCabe.

*IIalcott

I. T . Moseman.

Hunter

~---

Henry Osborn.

Jewett...
Lexington
New Baltimore

A . Peck.
A . Kipp.
J . G . Raymond.

Prattsville

0. V . Sage.

Windham

John Olney.
Herkimer

Columbia
Danube

County,
Peter H . Warren.
Henry Miller.

Fairfield

C o l . Geo. W . Phillips*

Frankfort
German Plate
Herkimer

A . C. McGowan.
A . H . Prescott.
Kara Graves.

Litchfield

Irving Holeorab.

Little F a l l s . . . . . . .

James

*Mauheim . .

John Market.

Newport . . . .
Norway

........
. ....

.-

Weatkerwax*

John H . Wooater.
W i l l i a m Carpenter.

Ohio...

George Johnson.

Russia

Orson Moore.

Salisbury . . . . . . . . . .

.......

Schuyler
Stark

Samuel

Northrop.

K . W . Day.

Daniel Shull.
George McClelland.
John W. Stanton.
S* S. Morgan.

.....

Warren

Wilmurt
Wtiifield

Hamilton County.

Daniel Rndas.
Benson

. K. H . Hall.
Oilman

Eliaa P. Oilman.
Hope
. . . . . . . . . . . *W. A . Smith*
Indian Lake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W. W. Look*.
Lake Pleasant .
SiliiCilL
XiOoglake*............O^V^J^^fg^^^gi
* Arietta

C H I E F O F OTE BtJKBAKJ'OF M I L I T A R Y STATISTICS.


*

Morehouse........i.....^.
Wells
do

Bassel Bennett.
W . W . Burnham.
H o n . Isaiah Morrison.

Jefferson

Ccunty.

Adams

George W . Bond.

Alexandria

H o n . M . C. Jewott.

Antwerp

John H . Conklin.

Brownsville

Hon. James A . Bell.

Cape Vincent

John W . Ingalls.

Champion

Daniel Potter.

Clayton *

Henry Esselstyn,

Ellisburgh....

Col. Calvin Littlefield.

Henderson

William Dobson.

Hounsfield

Leray

Lewis Palmer.

Lorraine
Lyme

Henry Bailey.

Homos Wells.

Orleans

Paraelia .

,.

Philadelphia . . . .

Jerome Bushnell.
D r . C. W . Burdiek.
H o n . David J . Wager.

Rodman

Nathan Strong.

Rutland
Theresa

Walter B . Camp.

H o n . G . W . Hazelton.
Joseph A t veil.

Watortown * . _

..........

Wilna

Doct. E . S. Lansing.
Churles W , Smith.

Worth

A . S. Gillot.

Lewis County.

Croghan
Josiah Rofinot.
Denmark
A s i d e / Davenport.
Diana
Joseph Pahud.
Greig
H o n . Francia Soger. .
Harriiibnrgh
it.... John M. Parris.
Highmarket
.
Joljn Walsh.
\ Imm
. . . R i c h a r d s o n T. Hough.
jUyden . . . . . . . . W i l l i a m J . Hall.
/ Juowville.^.
l^.-> Hanry >1 Turner.
^lMu#mhux$k
J & ^ y Sydney Sylvester*
; | ^ M ^ | i ^ p +**<ii>4U**ut W*-1 Jowph M . Gardner. ,
" *' *^ '
- NiciioUi Gtudel.
0

161

162

FIRST ANNUAL RKF0RX OF VfM

t t M

Turin

Hon. John Chickering.


- - Holden.

Watson

Peter K i r l e y .

West T u r i n .

C o l . Seth Miller.

Pinckney

<'

Livingston County.
Avon

_w

Stephen Hosmer.

Caledonia

Hugh D . McCall.

Conesus

E z r a W . Clark.

Geneseo

James T. Norton.

Groveland

Richard Johnson.

Leicester

J . V . Tilton.

Lima
Livonia

Ira Godfrey.
J . W . Morrison.

do
.
Mount Morris

Ira Patchen.
H o n . M c N i e l Seymour.

<.

(Biography.)

North D a n s v i l l e - . .

Doct. James C. Jackson.

*Nunda

Albert Page.

do

W . S. Coffin.

Ossian

Portage

Sparta

Springwater
West Sparta
York

*.

M. White.
Joel C. Bennett.
David D. McNair.
H o n . John Wiley.
Leonard B . Field.
James S. Fowler.
William

Madison County.
Brookfield
Cazenovia
DeRuyter.,.
Eaton
Fenner

Georgetown
Hamilton

Lebanon .
Lonox . . . . .

Madison...
Nelson

A. L . Sanders.
J o h n Hobbie.
Jason B . Wells. .
Alexander M. Holmes.
J.Monroe Lawnsbury.
William M. Hare.
.
IraM. Moore.

J . Dixon ATery.
H . K. W Bi"ttoa#
. . . . . A* B. Coe.
- George 1L Caa*. .

.....

^
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J

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cmrF O F

*im

B U R E A U O F MILITARY STATISTICS.

Monroe County.

Brighton..,,
. .....
Chili
Clarkson
Gates...
_
Greece
Henrietta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hamlin
Irondequoit
.
Mendon
Ogden
.
Parma
Penfield
Perrinton
Pittsford
Riga
Rochester city . . .
#

Rush
Sweden
Webster
Wheatland

Lorenzo D. Ely.
Albert H . King.
Adam Moore.
William Otis.
F. W. Lay.
Jerome Keyes.
Seymour Sherwood.
James Swayne.
D. G. Shuart.
Capt S. True.
Hon. John E. Patterson.
Rev. Jeremiah Woodruff.
W. P. Chase.
Hon. Ephraim Goss.
Zophar Willard.
Hon. Lysander Farrar.
Hon. Sanford E. Church.
T. C. Montgomery.
J . E. Pierpont,
Fred, A. Whittlesey.
T. J- Jeffords.
Jerome Fuller.
Thaddeus Van Alstyne.
Samuel Scholfield.

Montgomery County.

Amsterdam
Canajoharie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. Charleston
v Florida,,
$\ Glen
Minden
^Mohawk 1
fe Palatini
*Root
f$U JohnsTille
........

L . Puler Heath.
AbramHess.
Francis Hoag.
Henry McArthy.
Frothingham Fish.
Doctor Uriah Potter.
Abner H. Burtch.
Jeptha R. Simms.
John Mitchell.
Kezekiah Baker.

164

FIRST A N N U A L

REPORT OF THE

Lockport

Captain W m . P . W a r r e n .

Newfane . .

James G . Porter.

do

(Biography.)

Hon. Burt V a n Horn.

*Niagara..

Theodore Hulett.

do

. _

Capt. Benj. Flagler. (Biog.)

Pendleton .
Porter

Martin Woock.

Henry Stines.

Rovalton

D r . P . P. Murphy.

Somerset

G , C . Humphrey.

Wheatfield

D r . F . Hoyer.

Wilson

........

Oneida

Wm. R

Grant.

County,

Annsville

T . B . Allaneon.

Augusta.

D a v i d M . Miner.

*Ava

Jedediah Edgerton.

Boonvillo

Geo. B . Anderson.

B r i d g e water

Albert Steel.

Camden

Pliny Phelps.

Deerfiuld

John C . Blue.

Florence

Michael McLaughlin.

Flovd

Kirkland

P . A . Hale.
Joseph A v e r y .

Lee

....

Murey

E . S. Bearss.
Jeremiah Sweet.

Marshall

.........

Lorenzo Rouse.

New Hartford

Georgo W . Chad wick.

Paris.......

Frederick Savage.

Remsen

D . Thomas.

Rome............

Giles Hawley,

Sangerfield
Steuben
Trenton . . . . . . .

. ....

Piatt Camp.

*.

William Lewis.

D r . Crane.

Henry Wilson.
. .
. IJ} W "
* Verona . . . . .
..
. . . George Benedict.
^
*
Vienna...
Chancey C . Broderick.
. -^7*4/
"
Western
.....
. John M. Brayton. .
Westmoreland .,
. . . . . . - John B. Nioholson.
Whitestown
George Graham.
'r'' \ >?')$4$ffl
Vernon

..

CHIEF OfriMB BUREAU OF MILITARY STATISTICS.


*

Qj _

DeWitt.":
Elbridge

e v

. i . . . .

* Freeman.

H . P . Bogardus.
J- O. Wright.

-.

Pabiu8

O. L . Sprague.

Geddes

W . R. Charaberhn.

Lafayette

Lysander
MaQlius

Chester Baker.
Irvin Williams.
H i r a m Eaton

Marcellus

"

Onondaga

John J. Hopper.

Otisco

Luke Wells

Pompey

L e v i S. Holbrook.

Charles S. Sterling.

Skaneateles"-"".*
Spafford \

Eben
-

W . C . Gardner.

Van Bu'ren

Bean.

I s a a c

Doot

M o r r c l L

Higgtns.

Ontario County.
Bristol

Richard Simmons.

Canadice;!".'..-"-".--Canandaigua
Farmington
Gorl..
Hopewell
Manchester
,
Naples
Phelps
I

Hiram Colegrovo.
H . 0. Cheoobro.
Thomas W

William II. Lamport.

Walter Marks
I***- " y Foster.
Hon. E. B. Pottle.
Natl,an Oaks.
E v

Richmond

Bradbury.

n l

??, lT'
William II. Vroman.

Seneca
South Bristol
.
Victor
Wert Bloomfield .-.
.

.-
.

t ,

- , - "
:i
Col. G. W. Torrance.
.,
Myron S. H a l l .
r

Orange County.

Blooming G r o v e . . . . . . . . Cho.tor
Cornwall
i------'

Hon. Robert Denniston.


Je Stevens.
J Denton.
ne

166

F I R S T ANNUAL RXFORT OF T H 1

Greenville

Stewart T . Durland.

Hamptonburgh

Charles M . Thompson.

Minisink

...

John C . Wisner.

Monroe

Morgan Shuit.

Montgomery

Hugh B . Bull.
F r e d . Bodine.

Mount Hope

Chas. S. Woodward.

Newburgh

.....

W i l l i a m L . F . Warren.
Charles S. Brown.
Rev. John Forsyth, D . D .
Charles B . Halstead.

New Windsor

J . De W i t t Walsh.

Wallkill

E d w a r d N . Madden.

Warwick . . ,

John Cowdray.

do

Grinnell Burt.

Wawayanda

Joseph Davis.

Orleans County*
Burre . . .

H e n r y Armstrong.

Carlton

John Pratt.

Clarendon..................

Geo. W . Copeland.

Gaines.

A . Hutchinson.

Kendall

1... . *

Murray .
Ridgeway
Shelby
Yates

William K

Townsecd.

Ezra N . Hill.
. . . J o h n Parsons.
.
George Seely.
...... ......
Chancey L u m ,

Oswego County,
Albion....'.

. . . . W. T . Henderson.

Amboy

X.W.Moore.

Boylston . .

J . I * Bortles.

Con81antia . . . . . .

H . Garba.

Granby

Willard.
B, Mattison.
T . W. Green*.
J . B. Frepehv
A. W* Sereranpe. _
HojtN.Weed., \

. . . . .

J . G.

Hannibal................
Hastings.........
. . . .

Mexico

. .

New H a v e n .
Orwell...,
niv

. . . . .

OHXSf Of THt BUBBAtJ 0 * MIXtTABY STATISTICS.

Parish. . . . .
Redfield
Richland
Sandy Creek
Scbroeppel
Scriba
Volney
West Monroe
Wiiliamstown

......

Harvey Palmer.
Sylvester Goodrich.
J . F. McCarty.
P. M. Newton.
~- Edmund Merry.
Robert Simpson.
S. N. Dada.
L. Strickland.
C. L. Sage.
Otsego

Burlington
Butternuts
.
Cherry Valley
Decatur
Edmeston
Exeter
...
Hartwick..
Lawrens
Maryland
Middlefield
Milford
Morris
New L i s b o n - *
Oneonta
Otego ... i . . . * m * mm
Otsego
do
Pittsfield...
, *> . . .
Plainfield
.RichBeld.......
Roteboom

Springfield

Unadillt*
Westfcrd..
Worcester.,
^ r*r.?r

County.

S. Gorham.
E. S. Halburt.
A . H . Wat kins.
George W. Brown.
D. B. St, John.
Daniel Veber.
Shefliold Harrington.
William C. Field.
John R. Boyco.
William H, Ely.
Benjamin Eatos.
A. S. Avery.
Xi, N. Chapin.
S, Parish.
R. Day.
H. M. Hooker,
E. M. Harris.
Wm, Boardsloy.
James* D, Kilburn.
Alvin B. Loseo.
Isaac Shafer.
Daniel Franklin.
0 . N. Hughston.
F. P. Draper.
William J . Sic an.

mm mm m

4 *>

Jfctlenon

Ptftsam County.

John Towner, 2d.

168

REPORT OF * P E

FIRST AHKTJAL

Putnam V a l l e y
Southeast

....

.1 ; ?

Benjamin T . H o r n .
H o n . Thomas H . Reed.

Queens County.
Flushing

Charles A . Roe. .>

Hempstead

Oliver S. Denton.

Jamaica

H o n . Morris Fosdiek.

do

H o n . John A . K i n g .

Newtown

Nicholas V a n Antwerp.

North Hempstead

John M . Clark.

Oyster Bay

George S. Downing.

do

H o n . David R. F l o y d Jones.

Rensselaer County.
Berlin

Starry Hewitt.

Brunswick.....

W m . McChesney.

East G rcenbush

W m . R. Do Freest.

Grafton

Ira B , F o r d .

Greenbush
Hoosick

'Martin Miller,
--

Jonathan P , Armstrong.

Lansingburgh

Jonathan E . Whipple.-

Nassau

Bernard H . L o r d .

North G rcenbush

Fetersburgh

...

Peter M. De Freest.
Lucius E . Green.

Pittstown .

George W . Bunker.

Poesteukill

George W . Deavitt.

Samllako..

Supervisor.

Schaghticoko . . .

W i l l i a m Baucur.

Schodack

Iwc

Stephentown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

V . Scbermerhorn.

E . 8. Johnson.

Richmond County.
Castleton . . . . . . . . . . . .

Middle!own . . . . . . r
...

SoutliBeld.
Westfield . . . . . . .
N o r t h Shorn
_

(Biography.)

Thomas G . Carpenter.

do

Northiield

*....... . . . . . . . . - w J .

Smith Ely.

Henry Mendell;
ri
H . L . Norrit.
W.B.Brymnt.
'^Z
S. L. Hopping.:
...,^.^ n
H o * Gabriel P,.Disoewiy. ':}':}
.Qeo^^Uliapi Cnrti>av/^f
V;

CHIBP OF TAB BtiBSAP


Orangeto wn . . . . . .

Ramapo

MILITARY STATISTICS.

. . ^ . R o b e r t Carpenter.
m

Snr'th D. Burr.
Saratoga

County.

Ballston

J W . Horton.

Charlton

Henry A . Mann.

do

Horatio S . Brown.

Clifton Park

John Peck.

. Corinth

T i l l y Houghton.

Day

John Kathan.

Edinburgh

L e v i S. Moye*.

Galway

John Carmichael.

Greenfield -

B . Ingcrson.

Hadley

Charles Rockwell.

Halfraoon

Lewis E . Smith.

Malta

Lewis J . Fish.

Milton

Moreau

James M . Cook.
A . L . Reynolds.

Northumberland

........

Joseph Baucus.

Providenco

John C. Robertson.

Saratoga

Samuel Wells.

Saratoga Springs.

Stillwater .

do

John T . Carr.
James M . Marvin.

..........

..

Samuel G . Eddy.

Waterford

E . F . Bullard.

Wilton....

Daniel M . Gailor.
Schencctddy

Doanesburgh

County,
Samuel Wingate.

Glenville
%
Niskayuna
Princetown
Rotterdam
Schenectady city

Charles P. Sanders.
H i r a m Baumes.
Alexander Gifiord.

James McMillan, J r .
H o n . Piatt Potter.

let w a r d . . . . . . . M a r t i n
.); M
Id

ward...
ward

'M^WtA.

Wm.
v-a-r.^

'0^!*^

S i d l w

Deforest.

II.

Anthony.

> y - Ellsworth.

Peter V a n Dyck.
........ . ^ I ^ V ^ T

M>*V*-.^#^^^<A

H. W d.
a r

Bon. 8, I* Meyham.

169

170
Carlisle

FIRST ANNUAL RBPOM t>F.

A . A. Keniskern.
- Charles Holmes.
i . L e w i s Mattice.

Cobleskill
Conesville
Esperance

Joseph Bugbee.

Fulton
Gilboa

'

.w--,

Charles Bouck.

Jefferson

Luman Reid.
.....-...

Reuben Merchant.

Middleburgh

G . E . Danforth.

Richmondville . . . . . . . . . . . .

W i l l i a m C . Lamont.

Schoharie

W i l l i a m Winters.

Seward

..

Sharon

--

Jacob Diefendorf.
-

Summit

M . L . Denoyels.
---

Wright

Weidman Domineck.
Schuyler

Catharine

Cayuta
Dix
Hector
Monteur

.......
..-

Tyrone
Seneca
Covert

Sylvanus S. M i x ,

A. S. Newcomb.

Cyrus Roberts.
D r . William Guliok.
County.

R. Wheeler.
William Hogan.
Orrin Southwick.
C. B. Vereellins.
Thomas J . Folwell.
Benson Owen.
Hon. B. L. Stevenson.
Rev. D. Willera.
D. D. Scott.

J.

Payette
Junius

X,odi
Romulus
Seneca Falls

Varick

Ovid

County.
John Wood.
M . M . Cass.
Madison Treman.
Oscar M . Clauharty.

Orange
Reading

Tyre

D r . W i l l i a m Lamont.

cmn

or

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BOttAtr O F MILITARY

STATISTICS.

Campbell........... . . . ^ . . . ^
Canisteo . . . .
........
Caton . . . . . . . . . . .
. . .... . . . . . . .

Geo. W . Campbell.
N . C . Taylor.

Cohocton,....

C . J . McDowell.

............ . . . . . . .

Corning...

..

Dansville

..

.......

...

William Gilbert.
J . McBurney.
William A . Woodward.

E r w i n .... . . . . . . . ^ . . . . . . . . . . . .

C. F

Freemont . . . . . .

Hon. N . L . Rider.

Pratt.

Greenwood . . . . . . . .

Hon. Redmond Davis.

Hartsville.

R. F . Allison.

. . . . . .. - . . . . . . . . .

Hornby...........

.... . . . . .

Hornellsvi 1 l e . . .
Howard....

Anson E d d y .
John M . F i n c h .

-.-.-.L . . . . . . . .

Jasper

....

A . Graves.
H . C . Prentiss.

Lindley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

A . C . Morgan.

Prattsburgh

Hon.

G . Denniston.

P u l t n e y . . . . ........ . .

........

T . W . Boyd.

Rathbone

........

Supervisor.

Savona

.....................

Thurston..

....

H a r r y Cole.
John R. Dopuy.

Troopsburgh........ . . . . . . . .

Eleaaer Fenton.

Tuscarora.......

C . Robinson.

Urbana . . . .

Wayland
Wayne
West Union .
^Wheeler.... ~.
Woodhull.
>

........

...

......
........

.....
....

H o n . J , Larrowo.
John Hess.
J* B . Birdsey.
N . E , Corwin.
Gen. G . F . Marshall.
S. Warner.

St. Lawrence County.

,
brasher ...>'...<... . . . .
Canton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CJolton

..
'l^e K^lb . . . * . . .
.
^'Beyster
.
JMhtards . .

'>m^*m**n^*^%i^*+

Jehiel Stevens.

W.

R . Chamberlin.

M. F . Collins.

Henry Thompson.
John B. Chandler.
Joseph Anderson.
Emery W. Abbott.
John Pooler.
O.O. Waldo.

172
Hopkinton
Lawrence .....
Lisbon
...

mass
,.

ANNUAL

~'

. . . .

...

. . .

...

Louisville.'.

BBFOKT<arnm **
George :S. b r i g h t .
T . H . Ferris.

..

Andrew TFuck.

....

James M i l l e r .

Macomb ......
Madrid .....
.....
Massena ....
............
Morristown........
Norfolk
...
.....

iBavid Bay, 2nd.


H . G.Wilmarth.
iHannibai Andrus.
Henry Hooker.
John Blocker.

-Gswegatchie

I L R . James.

......

Parishville ..............
do
Ticrre-pont .
.
Pitcairn . . . . .
Potsdam
aiossie . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Russell . . . . . . . . .

......

.............

-Stockholm....................-.

TWaddington . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Suffolk

IBrookliiiven . . . . . . . . . . . . ..........
East I L u u p t o u . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Huntington................
M i p ............
...............
Itiverheud.....................
^Shelter I n l a n d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Smith!own...........

Southitmpton
SouthoUL...

......

Hon. A . B . James.
0. F . Partridge,
A . B . Hamilton.
Joel Manchester.
9EL :N. Redway.
Moses R i c h .
W i l l i a m 'Stevenson,
iPhilo Abbott,
1 H . ' W . Pratt.
County.

Nathaniel Miller.
Stephen L . Hedges.
OlmrlesA. Floyd.
Jarvin R. Mowfcray,
John 0. Bavie.
dSumueiB. NieoiJ, .
<J o e l X G . *mith.

sP. K* Jennings.
^o4m%G.Jtrekiwi.

Sullivan County*
B e t h e l . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W y n k o o p Kierstad.
(Cachecton...............Gideon
^Collicoon.

..........

Walee.

IHon.Iaaac Anderson. *

F a i l s burgh

^Gilbert P a k a .

IForrestburgh

lIsaacJRttuwy. . - **'

CHIEF 0>J OTK MBKATJ (ftF ?MIUTAI\T .m'^iaTICS.

5Stiidard iH^mmond.
dockland

Hfhompson

Titos ten, . . . . ^ . . . ^

.....
...

jMm^.Mofct.
[Hon. W . J l . CGroo.
^1. iBlMonjs.

IJmgafihmitjy.
IBarton...
IBerkshire
(Candor

.......

....

fL, A.\WaUlo.

........
....

........

IITon. (C. Il?.Jl()]inson.

......Jjerome'W.hon|.pon.

. .

Newark Wialley..
Micliols ^-...-^.,

.............

iOwego,

...

Wi i 11 mm
...

S?. II* i n eo In.

liMILJJo^yn.
iri)oii^s(C.}Jfktt.

jBiGhford

JJolrnlH. J o i n i n g .

dio

...............

3|pencr._.,._._.
dio

W i l l iani J . \hiic h.
Lyman ! Bradley.

ilhivicl Eurll.
*.......^. ............ JBicliiaxil.-S.^endloy.

ia

(Ulster

County.

*Ro*endale.

William [Parks.
, Josiah 'Afasbroijck.
Abner ;H.aabrouck.
Martin A . Marks.
JJohn i-E. jMalfherson.
Abner A . iPeyo, Jjr.
iFhiljpiLeroy.
Levi .Lo tins bury.
Jesse Lyons.
lEaton\Ysan Wagoner.
tHarvoy Ladew.
t Oscar flliasbronek.
^MosesjJ.^choojj maker.
J>r. Schoomnaker.

Baugerties .

C^yr^iusJJ.iBrill.

IBenning.......,
ns
tGardiier ......
^HarJdenbjir^gh,
iHurley .

...

810X1.,...,.,.,.,.,

^Marble town
Marlborough
(Olive
iPlattekili .....
Rochester

Shandakin...
fibyawangunk
dAo

. . . . . . *. %..

Il&a&c \W. Longyear.


(C.

. JJ. i Ha rde bu cgb.'

iReviCHiarles Scott. ((Biojgpjiy))


JJjoepliiH.ir*ittle.
JJeJm iLyon.

((Wojgr^jphy))

t4korjge\W.^Saylder.

iBwwia Miikr.

174

FIRST ANNUAL REPORT OF T H i >

Chester

....

Charles Fowler.

Hague

H . H . Harrison.

Horicon

W i l l i a m J . Smith.

Johnsb irgh

Robert Waddle.

I^uzerne

Newton A l d r i c h .

Queensbury.

D r . N . E . Sheldon.

Stony Creek

Columbus G i l l .

Thurman

H o n . E l i s h a Pendell.

Warrensburgh

...

Washington

Gen. Thomas S. Gray.


County.

Argyle

P . C . Hitchcock.

Cambridge

John M . Stevenson.

Jackson

Rev. Ephraim H . Newton.

White Creek
Dresden

Israel Woodcock.

Easton

Allen Gifford.

Fort Ann
do

D r . Salmon Axtell.

P. A . McMore.

Fort Edward

(Biography.)

H o n . G . H . Taylor.

Granville

W i l l i a m Allen.

Greenwich

. .

E d w i n Moses.

Hampton

H o n . Ralph Richards.

Hartford

James M . Northrop.

Hebron

M . Ingalsbee.

do

(Biography.)

Charles Jones White.

Kingsbury

U . G . Parris.

Putnam

Daniel Corbet.

Salem

H o n . C. L . A l l e n .

Whitehall

James Doren.

Wayne County,,
Arcadia

Clark Mason.

Butler
Galen . . . .

*.

Lyons
Macedon

Coles.
John F. Curtis.
Hon. William Clark.
Hon. Van R Richmond.
George Marshall, , |:<

George W .

Huron

do

Rev. R . S. Dean.

....

CHIB? Of TH1 BUBBAU OF MILITARY STATISTICS.


Rose
Savannah
Sodus
Walworth

175

Chancey B . Collins.
H o n . James M . Servis.
E d w i n A . Green.
W i l l i a m W . Edgerton.

Williamson
Wolcott

B . J . Hance.
Borden S. Booth.

Westchester County.
Bedford

H o n . W m . H . Robertson.

Cortlandt

H o n . Chauncey M . Depew.

East Chester

Rev. J . P . Hermann.

do

Pelham L . McCiellan.

Greenburgh
Harrison

Benson Ferris, J r .
.

E d w a r d Willetts.

Lewisbui gh

Daniel Hunt.

Mamaroneck

John Monell.

Morrisauia

Silas D . Gifiord.

Mount Pleasant

Isaac M . Twitchens.

Newcastle

Walter Haight.

New Rochelle

--

Thaddeus Davids.

North Castle

Samuel B . Ferris.

North Salem

Ralph Howe.

Ossining

H o n . George A . Brandreth.

Pelham

Benjamin Hedgeman.

Poundridge

Alsop H . Lockwood.

Rye

John E . Marshall.

Scarsdale

Francis Secor.

Somers

W m . E . Teed.

Westchester

Harvey K i d d .

Weat Farms

Samuel M . Purdy.

W h i t e Plains
Yonkers

H i r a m P . Rowell.
'

J - S, Valentine.

Yorktown

Henry White.

Wyoming County.

Attica\ Bennington....
Gaatlle.

....<,

^mimrtMi*
4

(Biog.)

'^SKt^f^ **************

James H . Loomis.
Dr.
....

E .

C . Hoit.

H . W . Smith.
Charles O. Shepard.

H e r . H . Daniels.

'

Shay.

176

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Genesee F a l l s

ANNtTALRBPOM<Wti&
-

Java

-.

Rev* D . C . Tomlinson.
H o n . W \ J . Humphrey

Middlebury

Prof. M , Weed.

Orangeville

Gorton Bentley.

perry

Pike
Sheldon
Warsaw
do

Rev. A . Allen.
A b r a m P . Sherrill.

C M . Ballard.
W i l l i a m II. Merrill.
H o n . Augustus F r a n k .

Wethersfield..

H o n . J . J . Doolittle.
Yates

County.

Barrington

George W . Wilson.

Benton

Robert M c F a r e n .

Italy

Joseph L . Green.

Jerusalem

J . Warren Brown.

Middlesex .

Hon. O. G . Loomis.

Milo

A . H . Whittaker.

Potter

James 0 . Fanning.

do

A b i a l Thomas.

Starkey

James Spicer.

Torrey

B r . Charles Bogart.

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BTJEEAU O F MILITARY STATISTICS*

LIST

OF

F L A G S

In M custody of the Bureau of Military

Statistics,

Feb. 1, 1864.

Efforts are being made to obtain a full account of every flag


i n the collection.
2n REGIMENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY-National Flagsilk.

For

warded by express from Washington, by Capt. W m . McConihe.


12TH

REGIMENT

VOLUNTEER

F a d e d and much worn.

INFANTRYNational

Flagsilk.

(State Library,)

13TH REGIMENT VOLUNTEER I N F A N T R Y N a t i o n a l

Flag

of silk,

in fine condition, presented by the ladies of Rochester, and car


ried only at the first battle of Bull Run, where it received sev
eral bullet holes in the upper edge of the union.

The bearer on

this occasion was Daniel Shajpe, since adjutant and major of


the

105th.

Regimental banner, embroidered with U . S. arms upon one


side and painted with the State arms on the other.

The needle

work is elaborate, and mostly by the hand of Mrs. Gen. Swan.


T h i s banner was presented by the ladies of Rochester, to Colonel
Quinby and his regiment upon their departure.

flag, of bunting, much worn.


These three flags were received from CoL Marshall,
ester, who last commanded the regiment.
National

14TH REGIMENT

VOLUNTEER

of Roch

INFANTRYNational

fagsilk.

REGIMENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY-National

fagsilk.

(State Library.)
17TH

Mnch w o r n ; name of the regiment embroidered in white silk.


Presented to the regiment by eight lady friends of Col. H . S.
Lapsing*

fea^nental banner, with New Y o r k city arms painted. Letterittgand scrolls,gilt; much worn. Presented to the regiment,
krj the city of New Y o r k .
bMtior, of White silk, with heavy

A t

tassels

and

of feeitio*. Painted with the State arms on one side, and


iBjifiicr 11 ligir on Ate other.
-Itom Iteoowwr Vennrrcga htr^imrNmtumml Jtmgsilk.
Urn in silk onhroidetj Rally around it."
%J M y fttarfski JLthoay to CoL Jackson, Jane 1,
t o the fftafti by Oei Myers vponthe r*t*ra
mfm^^btMm
of Us mm. Oarmd in tho
46

182

TTBOT JLKNTT J U ^ M

Cl^rosslloads, MalvemlHill/ Crampton Pass, Antietam, Fredericks


b u r g , (first a n d second battles,) and Chancellorville.
24TH
with

REGIMENT W o L U N r a E R I N F A N ^ Y T ^

gold lettering.

InFAWMY^J\fational F/ag^bun
ting.
Presented b y the State, and carried by the regiment
through a l l its battles. ( S t a t e Library.)
2 7 T H REGIMENT VOLUNTEER, I N F A N T R Y N a t i o n a l Flagsilk.
M u c h worn. T h i s flag was presented to company I* by Mrs. Philip
Church, o f Belvidere, Allegany county, May 22,1861, at Elmira,
and the same day b y the company presented to the regiment.
T h e y remained the only colors o f the regiment through its term
of service, and was carried in the battles of Bull ^ Run (first,)
West Point, C a m a s ' H i l l , Chickahominy, White Oak Creek.
Crampton Pass, and Second Fredericksburg. The bearer at
Gaines' H i l l was severely wounded. It has been struck many
times b y the enemy's shot, and fragments of shell.
Flag presented to company H, May 16, 1861, by the ladies of
Mount Morris. Returned by the company to the donors May 41,
1863, and b y the latter presented to the Bureau of Military.Sta
tistics January 9, 1864.
2 9 T H REGIMENT V O L U N T E E R JxFJkBTMY^Natiimal
J7ailk.
In fine condition.
Regimental banner with New York: city arms painted. Let
tering and scrolls in gilt.
National Flag-silk. Much worn.
Two guidonssilk, and in good condition.
30TH REGIMENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRYNmiimM
bnnting. This flag was presented to the Legislature April 14, 1662,
and its history is given on page seventeen, of the oKciel iffieii
of the ceremony. (State Library,)
3 2 D REGIMENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRYMmHmutl H s y >ef gift.
Presented to the regiment June 28, 1661, by Wm. hmmkmr,
of New York city, and baeri on its staff a f r i n U i i i m f a a t o .
This regiment was engaged i n ^ e hatttaa mt J M l JSSJE? {twfr)
Weat Point, Gais*s' HiU, Wkase Oftk S m p p , J0Wf
~
PrederiekbFg.mM CliasasMlen i ilto, ( 1 * ^ IifcMjr,)
2 6 T H REGIMENT VOLUNTEER

tmi?

183

OFiHK ^

iiog. *Ehis^wasrreceived? immediately -after the regiment aarri vejd


u i Waflhington while encamped at the
o n the east hank of the Anaeosta, July, [1861.

Inecamp or bbi-

vouack i i t was always ^placed i n front of the Colonel's tent,

lit

Jias been used i n the following bbattles : BFirstlB.ull iRun,((in re


serve,) Williamsburg, F a i r Oaks, Giendale, Malvern H i l l , sec
ond B u l l R u n , Chantilly, Fredericksburg and Chancellorville.
It was also with the regiment in the siege of Yorktown, and i n
several skirmishes on the Occoquan, in front of lYorktown, Rich
mond, etc.
Regimental bannergreen silk, with list of battles emblazoned.
IbEhisifleg was presented to the regiment by the city of NewiYofck,
.February, 1862, and has been with the regiment in front of
Fredericksburg, and i n

the

battle of

Chancellorville.

The

battles inscribed are Williamsburg, I F a i r Qaks^roderiokshurg,


Giendale, Malvern H i l l .
National Mag*silk, new and in dfine condition \ companion to
the preceding.

T h e staff bears an engraved plate recording the

fact that i t was presented by the city of New Y o r k .

T h e orig

inal iflng of this staff, just previous to the murderous imidnight


engagement between the third corps aud Stonewall's division,
near Chancellorville, was removed by L l o y d ,

the

bearer, and

usapped around ihis b o d y r u n d e r i i i s coat, lest i t should be torn


o r lost i n passing through the tangled jungle through which they
vwere compelled to cre&p. i B u t this brave and intelligent jsoldier
was Jk&led, ^arid his body was buried by his comrades without
iiroapec&m; that the iflag was, still isround ihis person.

Repeated

efforts w e y e m i d e t o f i n d his grave, but without,success.


j T w o guidonstulk.

Presented b y t h e c i t y o f N u w ^ o r k .

In

condition.
iTDsojgnstinn flag Hrndqnsrtrrn Id b r i p f l i ; Irt divinitm
jon

flagHeadquarters

1st regiment, 3d brigade, 1st

of banting; the first i n fine couditiou,


jnad fnh worn.
H a i HainMinii

and the ec-

VoLPwrmma IJPFAWTBY.Aa/uma/ / V ^ .
j"**

~ " ~

the

buc^

the city
T i a t ^ t t i n n f l a ^ headqaartera 1st regU

^j^^jM^niajiitil/minrr/r^.

arsis of

284

raw

ANNUAL KBPOST O f T B I

in gold letters. This was presented to the


regiment at Yonkers, J u l y 3, 1861, by Hon. Fernando Wood,
mayor of New Y o r k , in behalf of the Union Defence Committee
of tin- city of New York. T h o flag has been through the siege
of Yorktown, and the battles of Williamsburg. Fair Oaks, Bobison's F i e l d , Glendale, White Oak Swamp. Malvern Hill, Hay
Market, second Bull Hun, and Chantilly, besides minor engage
ments. A detailed list of the color bearers and guard accom
panied the (lag when returned to the custody of the State. Of
these, 17 are honorably mentioned, of whom 5 were killed in bat
" Mozart" inscribed

ME

tle, and G wounded, 2 died of disease contracted in service,

and

5 were promoted for gallantry on the fielo. T h i s flag was formal


l y presented

to the Legislature, A p r i l 24, 18ti& (State L i b r a r y . )

From C o l . F . W . Egan.
GOTII R E G I M E N T

VOLUNTEER

INFANTRY.Regimental

silk, painted with the State arms.

Banner,

T h i s was presented to the

Legislature A p r i l 24, 1863, and is described in official report,


page 10.
GIST.

(State L i b r a r y . )
REGIMENT

much worn.

VOLUNTEER

INFANTRY.National

Flag,

silk,

Presented by the city of New Y o r k , and used as a

parade flag until the peninsular campaign, when it was laid aside
until the spring of 1863.
the regimental flag.

Since that time it has been

used as

It was carried at the battles of Chancel-

lorsville, Gettysburg, Auburn, Bristow Station, and Mine {Run.


At

Gettysburg the color bearer and two

severely wounded.

the

guard were

The regiment in this battle lost one

killed and five wounded.


or wounded.

of

Sixty-eight enlisted men

officer

were killed

Sent to the State authorities by Col. Nelson A .

the hands of 2d Lieut.


received at the Bureau, Janu

Miles, commanding the regiment, through

H.

C . Williams, 61st N . Y . V . , and

ary 7, 1864.

/'

National flag, bunting.

This

A p r i l 24,1863, and is described


Library.)

was presented to the Legislature


in official report, page 21. (State

flag, bunt*
the staff. It is accompanied by a, history

64TH REGIMENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.National


ing, worn and without
of the

flag.

7 1ST REGIMENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.Natimml Ffag, fify*


This was presented to the Legislature April
^ l^^^
meutioned oa page 23 of 0 i o ^ | Q i l , | s ^ ^
{^MfW&
k

CBUr

185

O f f f i l BUftBAV Or MILITARY STATISTICS.

77TH REGIMENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY.Regimental Banner,


silk.

Presented to the regiment November 29, 1 8 6 1 , by citizens

of Saratoga connty resident in New Y o r k city.

T h e painting

represents the surrender of Burgoyne, Saratoga county, and tho


design is peculiarly appropriate, from the fact that tho regiment
was chiefly raised in that vicinity.

In the painting, a Union

Jack c f England, with the stripes of the American flag are on


the right, and the national flag of tho United States on the left.
The former of these is understood to have been in use in tho
American army before the surrender of Burgoyne, and the latter
is said to have been first displayed on that occasion.

The reso

lution'in Congress agreeing upon a flag was made public Septem


ber 3, 1777, and we have the authority of Colonel Trumbull, that
the new ensign was used at. Burgoyne's surrender, on the 17th of
October, 1777.

'

The banner of the 77th was carried through all the services of
the regiment, and its bearers were Sergeant

Isaac Born is,

afterwards

Tho 77th was

Lee's

Corporal

Mills, the

Michael McWilliams.

siege of Yorktown, Mechanicsville,

and
at

Gulden's

F a r m , Garnet's H i l l , White Oak Swamp, ('rampton Pass, Antietam,


Fredericksburg,

Mayre's Heights,

and

Gettysburg.

In

tho

charge up Mayre's Heights, one of the color guard was killed,


and the flag torn into shreds by a shell.
8 0 T H REGIMENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, (20TII N . Y . S. M I L I T I A . )

National Flag, silk, worn and without the staff.


Regimental banner, silk, embroidered with the State arms.
9 6 T H REGIMENT VOLUNTEER I N F A N T R Y . N a t i o n a l
ing,

Flag,

bunt

(State L i b r a r y . )

Hn''87TH

REGIMENT VOLUNTEER I N F A N T R Y . N a t i o n a l

much faded and worn.

Presented

Flag,

silk,

by tbe ladies of Boonvillo,

from the proceeds of a series of ladies' fairs held for that pur

pose.

T h e regiment was in the following battles under this flag:

Cedar Mountain, Rappahannock Station, Thoroughfare Gap, Bull


Run (second), Chantilly, South Mountain, Antietam, Fredericks-

burg, Chancellorville, and

Gettysburg.

101ST RSCIBSJOST VOLURTEEJI INFANTRY.National Flag, silk,

much faded and worn. T h i s was presented to the Legislature


.April 24,1863, and is raentionod on page 24 of the official report.
(8tate Library.)
Flag, silk.
TWf fcf JWs pmm*U*U> the Legislature April 24, 18,63, and is

186

ram AmrcAL K B P O M

official report. It is inscribed with


the names of battles in which it was borne. (State Library.)
1 3 0 T H R E G I M E N T V O L U N T E E R INFANTRY,-Regimental Manner,

mentioned on

page 25

OF

of the

silk.
146TH

REGIMENT

VOLUNTEER

silk, with arms of United States


177TH R F G I M E N V

VOLUNTEER

Banner,
painted ; without the staff.
I N F A N T R Y , ( 1 0 T H N . Y . STATE

INFANTRY.Regimental

M I L I T I A . ) R e g i m e n t a l Banner, silk, much worn.

National flag,

silk, (part wanting.)


3D

Flag,

REGIMENT

N E W YORK

VOLUNTEER

ARTILLERY.National

silk, inscribed, by authority, with the names of battles in

which the regiment has been engaged, v i z : Lovettsville, P o r t


Macon, Washington, N . C , South West Creek, Kinston, White
hall, Goldsboro, Newbern, Rawl's Mills, and at the

siege of Wash

ington, N . C .
7TH

BATTERY.National

INDEPENDENT

Flag,

silk; no staff.

Presented by Captain Peter C , Regan.


11TH

INDEPENDENT

BATTERY,

(Havelock Battery.)Banner

yellow silk, with portrait of Gen. Havelock, painted; no


National
Flag, bunting, much worn.
CAVALRY

GUIDON.This

DESIGNATION

FLAG,

of

staff.

was received without a label.

4th Regiment, 1st Brigade, 4th Division.

(State Library.)
National
ing to the

Flag,

bunting and flannel, the stars of cotton, belong


regiment.

T h i s flag was brought from

the battle

field of F a i r Oaks by the color bearer, who was wounded

and

He concealed
it under his clothing from the observation of his captors, and
finally gave it to a surgeon, who was allowed to return- home
without being searched. Presented by Dr. John Swinburne of
found his way to the hospital at Savage's Station.

Albany.

National Flag, bunting.


Jamestown, N . Y . , after the

was the first flag displayed at


attack on F o r t Sumter. Made by
the ladies of Jamestown within six hours from the receipt of the
news, and displayed from the office of the Jamestown Journal,
Presented by C . . Bishop, Esq., November 12, 1863.
This

REBEL FLAGS.
11

"Stars and Bars,

cotton and woolen.

\.

"Stars and Bars," cotton, nine stars, with initials of Sfflei.


The blue field extends across tb* wboU b ^ <^

CHUT

o r n m u i u u of

187

UIUTART STATISTICS.

ft

"Southern Cross, bunting, eleven stars. These three flags


wore captured by Mix's Cavalry (3d N. Y. Cav.) (State L i b r a r y . )
The one last named j s mentioned in the following special order
(No. 128, Headquarters Department of North Carolina), dated

April 28, 1863:

" T h e battle flag of tho 7th

Confederate

(Claiborne) Cavalry, which was captured by companies A and B


of the 3d N . Y . Cavalry, near Little Washington, on the

18th

inst., in a gallant and successful charge agfeinst superior numbers


of the foe, is presented to the regiment as a distinguished mark
of the favor and appreciation in which Colonel Mix's command
is

had.
41

B y command of Major General Foster.

" SOUTHARD HOFFMAN, A. A.

"Stars and Bars,

11

G."

cotton, and much faded.

Captured from a

band of guerillas at Tullahoma, Tenn., by the 19th

Illinois

Vols., and deposited by C . E . Bishop, Esq., of Jamestown.

"Southern Cross" cotton, torn and stained with blood.

This

flag was captured at Antietam, by Stanislaus Berreaux, of Co. E ,


35th Begt., N . Y . S. V . , a n d presented by Capt. John A . Haddock.

Rebel Flag, white, red, blue and white bars, with a large white
star in place of the union.

LIST OF NEWSPAPERS
t
T H A T H A V E B E E N M A I L E D TO T H E B U R E A U O F M I L I T A R Y

STATISTICS,

F R O M T H E O F F I C E O F P U B L I C A T I O N , G R A T U I T O U S L Y , T O F E B . 1,

1864.

Attica Atlas, from A p r i l 17, 1863; Attica, Wyoming county;

Silas Folsom.
Cattaraugus Union, from back files, imperfect, October, 1861,

to December, 1863; Ellicottville, Cattaraugus county; R. H .


Sh*nklf d k Son.
'
Cayuga Spirit of the Times, from November 25, 1863; Auburn,
Coynga county; William 8. Hawley.
*
Chenango Americah, from May 28, 1863; Greene, Chenango
county; Denisoi).k Fisher.
Dfe*tt## Weekly Herald, from January, 1861; Dansville,
Livingston ooonty; George A. Sanders.
tim Hovetnber 11,1863; Dunkirk, Chauta*

188

FIRST ANNUAL REPORT 09 Tffll

Delaware Republican, from October


county; Sturtevant & Mcintosh.

10, 1863 ; Delhi, Delaware

Elmira
Daily Advertiser,
frdm September
Chemung county ; G . B . Fairman.

3, 1863; Elmira,

Franklin
Visitor, from June 16 to October 6,1863, when it was
merged in the Delaware Republican; Franklin, Delaware county;
G . W . Reynolds.
Fredonia

Censor, from November 18, 1863, and back files from

February, 1860; Fredonia, Chautauqua county; A . W . McKinstry.


Glens Falls Messenger,
county; Norman Cole.
V*
10

from A p r i l 17,1863; Glens Falls, W a r r e n

Hudson Gazette, from December 17, 1863;


county; M . Parker Williams.

Hudson, Columbia

Jamestown Journal, 1861,1862 and 1863 ; Jamestown, Chautau


qua county; C . E . Bishop. *
Journal and Republican,
from J u l y 1, 1863;
county ; Henry A . Phillips.

Lowville, Lewis

Kingston Democratic Journal, from December 23, 1863;


ton, Ulster county; W m . H . Romeyn.

Kings

Livingston Republican, from June 4, 1863; Geneseo, Livingston


county; James T . Norton.
Malone Palladium,
from November 19, 1863; Malone, F r a n k l i n
county; F . F . & J . K . Seaver.
Mohawk
Valley Register,
Webster & Matthewson.

from May 28,

1863;

Fort

Newburgh
Daily Journal,
from May 21, 1863;
Orange county : Cyrus B . Martin.
Newburgh
Gray.
Olean

county;

Telegraph

(weekly), Newburgh,

Advertiser,
from March 5,
James T . Henry.

Plain;

1863;

Ontario County Times, from December 23,


Ontario county; N . J . Milliker.

Newburgh,

N. Y . ; Eugene W .
Oiean

Cattaraugus

1863; Canandaigua,

Ontario Repository, from November 4, 1863) Canandaigua,


Ontario county; J . J . Mattison.

,.

Orleans American, from November 26, 1863; Albion, Orleans


county; Bruner Brothers.
Schoharie Union, from November 15, 1863; Schoharie, Sqfcoharie county; Henry E. Abell. ... <. ,
; <A , , ??iV.J
Sanitary Commissi** Reporter, LouisrUK M p i p s ^ M p | p s u
the beginning; U . 8. Sanitary CfesaiussiMfeJ^^
RV K

<v

|t

CHIEF OF THE BUREAU Or MILITARY STATISTICS.

189

Seneca County Courier, from November 2 6 , 1 8 6 3 ; Seneca Falls,


Seneca county; Isaac Fuller.
The Republican, from September

24

1863;

Sing Sing, West-

Chester county; G . T e n E y c k Sheldon.


Watkins Weekly Union, from December 1 7 , 1 8 6 3 ; Watkins,
Schuyler county ; Geo. D . A . Bridgman.
Westfield

Republican,

from November

18,

1863;

West-field,

Chautauqua county ; M . C . Rice.


Yates County Chronicle,

from September 24, 1863; Penn Y a n ,

Yates county; S . C . Cleveland.


LIST OF OBJECTS OF MILITARY
WAR

RELICS,

INTEREST,

E T C . , P R E S E N T E D TO T H E B U R E A U O F M I L I T A R Y
T I S T I C S , T O F E B R U A R Y 1ST, 1864

STA

(Corp. Co. F , 9th N . Y . S. M.,) New Y o r k .


New York State button and rebel bullet.
T h e button was struck
by the ball, and left the imprint of the eagle upon the lead.
A . FRANK ACKERMAN,

Captain E D W A R D C. B O Y N T O N , West P o i n t : a collection of pro


jectiles, fuzes, primers, etc., comprising balls, muskets, various
patterns, v i z :
" Hotchkiss" cannon, with and without lead bands.
"Whitworth."
*

Caps;
do

musket; finished and unfinished.


cannon.

Cartridges: Burnside rifle.


do

Colt's army.

do

combustible envelope,

do

cylinders; two patterns ; English manufacture,

do
fuze, with explosive charges,
do
U. S. cav.
Friction tubes: new pattern,
do
jold pattern,
do primers and wafers for cannon.
Faces for 10 inch mortars, filled and not filled,
do for 8 inch mortars, filled and not filled,
do paper.
Fnfee ping for 10 inch mortar,
do
do 8
do
,v<-'doM ' do 10 inch Ooltimbiad.

190

FTJK8T ANNUAL

uron

tn

Of

Quill tubes.
Shells: Brooks (rebel)
do

pounds.

W h i t worth small,

with percussion

fuze

and tin canister

for cartridges,
do

Scheukl, with percussion fuze,

do

Blakley,

do

five;

do

do

rebel nondescripts.

Plate from one of the monitors before Charleston,

showing the

effect of shot.
General W I L L I A M C . B R O W N , Syracuse: piece

of

the original

Monitor, obtained at the Washington N a v y Y a r d , A u g . 31,1863.


Lieutenant F R A N C I S E . B R O W N E L L , T r o y : gun
Ellsworth, of the 11th regiment, was shot, at the

with which C o l .
Marshall House,

Alexandria, May 24, 1861.,

cent bill,
parish of
. General order, No. 43, H . Q. Department
of the Gulf, \ \ by 2J inches; printed on a piece of wall paper.
Pass of provost marshal's office, Baton.Rouge, L a . , with oath
Captain J O H N C O O K , (91st

regiment) A l b a n y : fifty

required.
FRANK

soldier.

B. C O R N E L L :

to a rebel
one of the 177th regi

canteen formerly belonging

It was taken at Port Hudson by

ment.
L . D A V I S , Oswego: file of the Oswego Commercial Times,
(extras) A p r i l 19, 1861, to March 12, 1862, bound. Section of
sub-marine cable laid by rebels near Fortress Monroe. Small
Mississippi button; exchanged by Captain John A. Judson while
a prisoner; large V i r g i n i a State button.
HENRY

J. DOELL:

piece of the

lining timbers of the rebel iron-clad

" Merrimac."

(60th regiment) Richville: sword of a


rebel colonel commanding forces at Lookout Mountain;. taken by
the 60th regiment November 24, 1863, presented by Colonel
G O D A R D , through His Excellency Governor SEYMOUR.
.
ANTHONY GONGEOR: Piecesof a secession flag taken** Betook*
Island.
JOSEPH GONGEOR: Bullet cut from the aide of the U A go*
boat Commodore Barney."
^
,
^^-.i-'v^.
General THOMAS 8. G R A Y , Wsmnebr^i: Swwd
^Mt^mjt^^'^
Colonel Charles O.Gray, of the 96th
Kinston Bridget Nt 0.
^/m^n^p^K^M
Colonel A B E L G O D A R D ,

44

OHTJEF OF THE BUB1AU OF MILITARY STATISTICS.

191

Sergeant A L B E R T E . H I G S Y , Hartford: A bullet by which ho


was wounded in a skirmish on the Rappahannock. The button
attached was from the coat of a dead rebel.
Lieutenant E . F. H I L L , (1st Illinois artillery,) Washington C o . :
two rebel primers of pasteboard, taken at Champion H i l l s ,
Mississippi:
FRANK

H . HOVEY,

dead Union soldier at

Dansville:
Gettysburg.

Breastplate of steel, found on

It has been struck by a bullet

which deeply indented but did not pierce the plate.

rifle and sword-bayonet


at Gettysburg.
JOHN

A Remington

found by the side of a dead rebel soldier

(These articles have been deposited.)

HULBERT, JR.,

(Lieutenant 91st regiment): E i g h t speci

mens of southern fractional money.


transportation tickets.

Seven rebel passes and

T w o commissions from state of Florida in

rebel army. Proclamation and laws relating to post-office. " C . S . A . "


J . S. K E L L O G G , Washington: Cavalry sabre taken from a rebel
officer at Chancellorville, May 2, 1863.
D r . , H E N R Y C. M A Y , (146th regiment): Piece of a rebel flag
taken at Fort Pulaski. Section of a fuze from a Union shell
prepared by a Union soldier at Gettysburg. It contains tho
powder soaked in oil, in the centre is wrought tho red star of
the 1st Divison, 12th Corps.

Lieutenant W I L S O N M I L L O R , (6th regiment,) A l b a n y : Rebol


cutlass captured near Alexandria, Louisiana, May, 1863. Copy
of a southern paper printed on the back of wall paper.
ROBERT P . P A R R O T T , Cold S p r i n g : Series of shells, of his
invention and manufacture, of 300, 100, 30, and 10 pounds.
Lieutenant PRENTICE E . B I S H O P , Jamestown: Rebel cannon
ball (12 pound) from the battle field of Bristow Station. It
struck four men in company fi, 72nd regiment, of whom two were
crippled for life, and two slightly wounded.
Jem F. R I P L E Y , Perry: A knife picked up on the battle field
of Ball Ran, July 21, 1861, by Solos G. Ripley.
Dr. JOHW BwiSEUEES, Albany : Gnn, haversack, and cartridge
box of a rebel soldier, killed at Fair Oaks. It is supposed that
be was killed by the same ball that pierced the haversack. Gun
ftm !IW Oak* formerly belonging to a rebel soldier. Oun of
tho oommoo " A " pattern of southern manufacture, from the
* ' i t
Bia+km. 8MI fired from Cobb's rebel bat(Waihl^ l i d asploded over tho hospital of 2 , 6 0 0

finer

ANNUAL

niton* of

New Y o r k : Small V i r g i n i a State bntton from


the vest of Captain O. Jennings Wise, son of Gen, Henry A . Wise,
who was shot in attempting to escape in a boat from Roanoke
ALBERT THOMAS,

Island.
M A R K D. W I L B E R , Quarter-Master,( 159th N . Y . ) Pougbkeepsie:
Piece of a rebel flag flying on the State House at Baton Rouge,
Louisiana, captured by General Bank's army..
Lieutenant-Colonel J O H N W I L S O N , (43rd volunteers,) A l b a n y :
Canteen from the battle field of Rappahannock Station. Speci
mens of confederate money, four bills of $2, and one bill of $1.
Rebel canteen from Germania F o r d . Rebel canteen from near
Mine Run beyond the Rapidan.

MUSIC UPON M I L I T A R Y A N D PATRIOTIC S U B J E C T S ,


P R E S E N T E D TO T H E B U R E A U

OF M I L I T A R Y

STATISTICS.

A Nation's TruH in God. Inscribed to the Highland Guard,


79th Reg't N . Y . S. M . From Wm. A . Pond k Co., New York.
All Quiet!

Hark!

No

Cannon

Roar.

Inscribed to the

105th

Regiment N . Y . V . From Wm. A . Pond <fc Co., New York.


All Quiet along the Potomac. From Horace Waters, N . Y .
A Requiem in memory of Ellsworth.
From Wm.' A . Pond & Co.,
New York.
Abraham's Daughter. From W m A . P o o d ' A Co., New York.
Battle Hymn of the North. From J . H . Hidley, Albany.
Better Times are Coming. From Horace Waters, New York,
Brave McClellan is our leader now, or* Glory Hallelujah. From
Horace Waters, New York.
Col. McKcan's Quickstep. Dedicated to Col. J . B . McKean and
members of the 77th Regiment N . Y . S. V . From Wm* Cluett
& Sons, Troy.
'
^
Col. Perry's March. Dedicated to Col. James H . Perry, 48th
Regiment N . Y . S. V . From H . B . DodworthJ
Columbia Queen of the Land. From H . B. Dodworth.
Comrades Touch the Elbow. Song of the 9th Co. 7th Beg't N .

Y . S. M< National Guard. From Wm. A* Pond k Co., V. X.


Continental Guard Grand March. 4tth Begissent N . . &y1&
From Horace Wafers* New York.
*
>.,*,
Drummer Bay of the Notional Oroya,
^ mmil
M
Clarence McKeiisie, of the Drum Corps, of A* I9fr 9*jmW*m>
iH5
Brooklyn. From Horace W a 4 a ^ l | s * T # A
u

193

If Or B W M A V OF MIUTART WATIgTICS.

Drum

0***

Cow***. Military

Polka.

From

Wm. A ,

Pond k

Co., New Y o r k .

Drums and Trumpets, or a parade in Broadway of the 7th, 22d


and 71st

Regiments N . Y . S. M .

From W m . A . Pond k

Co.,

New Y o r k .

The Dying Volunteer. From Horace Waters, N . Y .


The Flag of Our Union. From Wm. A . Pond k Co., N. Y .
The Flag of Our Union Forever From Horace Waters, N . Y .
The Flag of (he Free. F r o m H . . B . Dodworth, N . Y .
Fort Donelson is Ours. F r o m W m . A . Pond k Co., N . Y .
Fort Federal Hill Quickstep. From Wm. A . Pond k Co., N . Y .
Fort Sumter Quickstep. Dedicated to Major Robert Anderson.
F r o m W m . A . Pond k Co., N . Y .

The Freedman's, or Negro Boatman's Song. From W m . A . Pond


k Co., N . Y .
Freedom, Truth and Right. From Horace Waters, N . Y .
Freedom, Truth and Right Grand March. Dedicated to tho 51st
Regiment (Shepard Rifles.)

From Horace Waters, N . Y .

Freemen's Gathering, or Stars and Stripes Unfurl.

From

Horace Waters, N . Y .

The Furnace Blast. F r o m Horace Waters, N . Y .


General Car ring ton's Home March. Dedicated to the loyal
citizens of Indiana.

F r o m W i l l a r d k Stowel 1, Indianopolis, Ind.

The General, fhe Sergeant, and The Flag.

From H . B . Dod

worth, N. Y .
God Save our Fatherland.

Union Hymn.

From W m . A . Pond

ACo.,N.Y.

God Save our Native Land. F r o m W m . A . Pond k Co., N . Y .


God Save the Nation. F r o m Horace Waters, N . Y .
Greenbacks; From Wm. A. Pond k Co., N . Y .
Hail Columbia. From Horace Waters, N . Y<*
Hark! The Signal. Dedicated to Colonel Max Weber, officers

and men of bis regiment (20}h N .


N,X
- ' Horn are pan Greenbacks t
In Freedoms Cause we tight,

Y.

V.)

From Horace Waters,

From Wm. A. Pond k Co., N . Y .


Song of the 4th Regiment Wis.

Tojfe Vrem JL H. Hempstead, Milwaukee, Wis.


km Brigade Quickstep. Dedicated to toe Western troops of
of the Potosmo, From H . N . Hempstead, Milwaukee,

194

N.

the Music of the Union. From H. B. Dodworth,

Keep Step with


y.

7%e as JForefa o/*


N Y .

Washington.

From

Wm.

A.

Pond <fc Co.,

The Light Guard's Quickstep.


Dedicated to the Milwaukee
Light Guards.
F r o m H . N . Hempstead, Milwaukee, W i s .
Loyal League Quickstep.
Dedicated to General A . E , Burnside. From W m . A . Pond k Co., N . Y .
Madmen Spare that Flag.
F r o m Horace Waters, N . Y .
Marching
Along.
F r o m W m . A . Pond k Co., N . Y .
March On. Dedicated to Colonel Biddie, officers and men, of
the 1st Pa. Rifle Regiment. F r o m Horace Waters, N . Y , *
Maryland,
Our Maryland,
A . Pond k Co., N . Y .

or Maryland Redeemed.

May God protect Columbia,


A . Pond k Co., N . Y .

A patriotic H y m n .

Prom W m

From Wm.

My Country 'tis of Thee. F r o m Horace Waters, N . Y .


The Northern
Star.
F r o m W m . Cluett k Sons, T r o y , N . Y .
" Obligator
National Song and Chorus.
F r o m J . H. Hidley,
Albany.
The Old Flag.

From W m . A . Pond k Co., N . Y .

Only nine miles to the Junction.


land and 71st (N. Y . ) Regiments.

Dedicated to the Rhode Is


From H. B Dodworth, N . Y .
4

Our Comrade's Grave.


Written on visiting the grave of our
comrade E . B. A . , of the 1st Conn. A r t i l l e r y Band. F r o m Horace
Waters, N . Y .

'
Our Country
Our
N. Y .

Country,

Now and Ever.


Right

or

Horace Waters, N . Y .
From Wm. A . Pond & Co.,

From

Wrong.

Our General s Quickstep.


From Horace Waters, N.
Parade March of the 12nd Regiment N. Y. 8. N.
Horace Waters, N . Y .
1

Y.
G.

Front

From Wm. 4. Pond k Co., N. Y .


Pea Ridge March.
Dedicated to General F. Seigel. From H i
N . Hempstead, Milwaukee, Wis.
-
President Lincoln s Grand March. From Horace Waters, N7Y.
Quickstep of the Eteven4h &d$en^
Macanly. From Willard k Stow*!!, Iixffmpofis, In& ^
Roily Round Ton* Mag Boi**
^
Shout for OUT CHorious Rown40* . Wwtm^sSL' Bi^Jjl
A Song for my Coitntrym^ Vi^Wm
mJ&
The Patriotic

Flag.

CHIEF OF * K 1 W M A t r OF MftffART STATTSTIC8.

tke&Sth Regiment
N.

JV.

F. A

195

From Horace Waters,

y.

The Standard of Freedom. F r o m Wm. A . Pond k Co., N . Y .


T/ie Stor Gammed F/*g.
F r o m Wm. A . Pond A Co., N . Y .
TAe Star Spangled Banner.
TA 7>mp/e of Liberty.

From Horace Waters, N . Y .

F r o m W m . A . Pond k Co., N . Y .

Three Cheers for our Banner.


F r o m Horace Waters, N". Y .
To Arms! To Arms! (April 15th 1861,) From Horace Waters,
N. Y .
Union and Liberty.

F r o m Horace Waters, N . Y .

Union Forever.

From W m . A . Pond k Co., N . Y .

Union Volunteer

Quickstep.

Dedicated to General Rufus K i n g .

F r o m H . N . Hempstead, Milwaukee, Wis.


United States Army

Calls.

A Military Quadrille.

From Wm.

A . Pond k Co., N . Y .
United States Navy Quadrille.

F r o m W m . A . Pond <fc Co., N*. Y .

Up with the Standard.

From W m . A . Pond k Co,, N . Y .

TAe Volunteer's

Doodle of '61.

Yankee

F r o m Horace Waters,

N. Y .
Wsr

ffo JWMT ForA:

Waters, N. Y .
JFkr my brother in the Battle?

Regiment.

From Horace

F r o m Horace Waters, N . Y .

We are coming. Father Abraham,

six hundred thousand

more.

From^Horace Waters, N . Y .
We're passing the Bridge, Mother.

F r o m W m . A . Pond k Co.,

N. Y .
Weep not Comrade for me. F r o m W m . A . Pond k Co., N . Y .
Whack Row de Dow, or a Hunkey Boy is Yankee Doodle. From

Wm. A . Pond k Co., N. Y .


When this dreadful War is ended. From Horace Waters, N . Y .
IfTfors Liberty dwells, there is my Country. F r o m Horace
Waters, N . Y .
fPi0f* has gone to the War. From Wm. A . Pond k Co., N . Y .
Yankee Doodle. From Horace Waters, N. Y .
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Porteua, D . D.

Divine

Duties of the citizens to C i v i l Government; by Rev* W* Adama,


D.

The Faithful Promiserv


The Grand Army, and 11 envelope tracts for
Hymns and tunes for the army and navy.

Of M

BfMAB Of MHJTABT aTj&TJgTJCaL

1ST

Tfcs Officer OB D u t y - b y R r . J . B . Wteriiuiry^ DI DD,


Oniyi^>HBei way of) Salvation) framntliei guilt, the powers a m i the
HQ
consequence* o f sin f b y Rev. J . CL Ryieiy,
" Peace-beistitl^; b y Rev; J .
Rylek
T h e Gt^spek according to Johnv
T e a premium tracts forsoMrers^iwritten for premiums ofoiedil
b y the: w M r of C o L Alexander

Thompson,. U L S..: A .

Sinnerswelcome ta earnerta Jesus, Christy by Reiv. A^AlexHw.


T h e Soldier's and Jesus, or change hisi eirawn ; : by Rav\,Nekenmiah Adams, D .
w

T h e SoMiex frami Home f by Rev. J . B. Water bury. D. D.


T h e $ M d i e r on? Guard;: by Rev; J ^ B ^ W a t e r b ^ y , D. DI),
Thai Soldier's Manual of Devotion*
T h e ScMier-s fiTexfe Book o r confidence i n timei of w a r ;
Rev. J . R i Madcuff, D l DI
r

byv

Something for the Hospital-;: by J . B . Waterbury, D . D;


Something for the Knapsack j by J . B. Water bury, D. I):
Reasons)of Repose; by Rev. Richard Cecil;
W h o is on the Lord-s sidef byjRev. Wmi Adams, D . I),
v Peter Lobbeek oder d e r framime Soldatu.
Gute R a t h fur krieger imi Feldeu ,
L i l d e r fur Soidaten.
In paper covers, 32 mow.
Bonyan's GlatfL T i d i n g far Sinners.;
Christ is all f by Rev. George Burdens
Mustered out, o r thevSoidier

at Home; by J.Bi,-Waterbuiry v,
?

T h e Sinner's F r i e n d ; by a L a y m a n ,
A.' tiroe story o f Lucknowv
A word spoken in Season*
General Havelock L e b e n . .

Packets of Tracts an* Leaflet?.


1

o r sixteen hospital cards in large typsufap theu

tractsfor?soidhrsv selected from tracts offered


treats for syw^afcn^i pithy^ aad aUrs*.

198

FIBST AVRT/AL RIPOJLT 0 J I H 1

tracts for soldiers and sailors; by Rev. A. W.


Henderson, Chaplain 13th Illinois, Cavalry.
Twenty-eight soldiers' pocket cards i n large type.
Twelve hospital

Ten premium tracts for soldiers.


Little Lizzie's Letter. (Scrip, 4 pp.)

Tracts, 12 mo.
Charlie the Drummer Boy.
Christlicher Soldaten T o d .
E i n Soldat aus der Revolution zeit.
The Future of the wicked, by Rev. John T o d d , D . D .
Erzahling aus deur Letzten Indischen Kriege.
The F a t a l Mistake, or the midnight shipwreck.

The Great Gathering.


General Washington's General Order, A u g . 3, 1776,

and

Geueral McClellan's General Order, Sept. 6, 1861.


The Highland Sergeant.
How to become a Christian,
" l a m a poor Sinner."

The Last Call.


The Lost Found, or the Power of a Mother's prayer.
Are you prepared ?
Margaret the Bayman's wife.
The Precious Blood of Christ.
The Sailor and his Little Book.
Short hints to a soldier, by Rev. Richard Cecil.
The

Soldier,

an affecting narrative

of facts, by Rev. John

Gray.
The Soldier Twice Enliste \
Stannen V a r der Brennarden Austria.
, A True Story of Luck now.
Tracts, 32 mo.
The Boatman's Prayer.
Commodore W . L . Hudson.
The Dying T h i e f

God in the Camp, by Rev. II. A . Nelson.

" He i* my Christ."
" l t is Finished."

" Jesus Only."

A kind word to our Soldiers.


A life saved.

....

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CHIEF O F T H E

BUEHA17

QF MILITAUr STATISTICS.

199

if

'

The Serpent of Brass,


A Son i n the A r m y .
" Swear not at all."
A Through Ticket.
Watch.
A working man's Sermon.
The Wounded Man.
Reports,

fyc.

Thirty-eighth Annual Report of the American Tract Society,


May 13,. 1863.
Publications of the American Tract Society,
June, 1863.
[It is stated in the Report for 1863, that during the previous
year the Society had issued 82 volumes and tracts for soldiers,
and had distributed 716,936 pages, among 121 Regiments from
New Y o r k State, besides those used at military posts, navy yards
& c , and those issued by the Christian Commission.]
Rev. E . G . Andrews, Cazenovia: Minutes of the Oneida Con
ference, 1861, 1862,

1863.

Prof. A . D . Bache, (Superintendent of Coast Survey,) Wash


ington: A series of Charts having referru^e to operations upon
our Southern coasts, v i z :

Mobile Bay.
Entrance to Mobile Bay.
Gulf of Mexico, four sheets.
Port Royal Entrance.
Charleston Harbor, with Stono Inlet.

Norfolk Harbor.
Beaufort Harbor.
Rappahannock River, upper sheet.
James River, two sheets.
Y o r k River, two sheets.
Hatteras Inlet. ,
'
Atlantic Coast, Cape Hatteras to Cape Florida.
Atlantic Coast, Chesapeake to Ocracoke.

lisp of Eastern Virginia.


Military Map of South-eastern Virginia. *
, gfcstoh.of Vicksburgh and vicinity.
Sketch of Approaches to Ford Hindman.
^ f l N N ^ V . I G M M 9k****& Steel's Bayou.

200

FIRST ANNUAL

MFOlf OF ftt

Hon. W i l l i a m J . Bacon, U t i c a : Memorial of Adjutant


H . Bacon, of 26th Regiment.

William

George E . Baker, Washington : Commercial Relations; Report


of Secretary of State 1861, Q u a r t o ; Congressional Globe, 2nd
Session, 3'7th Congress, 5 vols, bound.
N . B. Baker, (Adj. Gen. Iowa,) Des Moines, Iowa: Report of
Adjutant General of Iowa, 1863, 2 vols.
Baker & Godwin, New Y o r k : Recruiting bills, printed at va
rious times by them, 212 kinds.
Frank W . Ballard, New Y o r k : "New Y o r k city a Mission
Field," an Address.
Hon. Horatio Ballard, (Secretary of State,) A l b a n y : Journals
and Documents

of New Y o r k Legislature, 1861, 1862, 30

vols.;

Laws of New Y o r k , 1861, 1862, 1863; Balloting Book.


Major General N . P. Banks, New Orleans, L a . : General Orders,
Department of the Gulf, 1862 (except No. 93,) 1863, to No. 63
inclusive.
Hon. William Barnes, (Sup't. Insurance Dep't.) A l b a n y : A n
nual Report of Insurance Department for 1862.
Rev. D r . Bennett, Utica : Minutes of the Oneida Baptist Asso
ciation, 1861, 1862, 1863.

Tribune.
the Jamestown Jour

L . C . Bingham, Mount Morris : Numbers of New Y o r k


Coleman E . Bishop, Jamestown : Files of
nal, 1861, 1862, 1863.

Hon. Montgomery Blair, (P. M . Gen.) Washington, D . C : L i s t


o f Post Offices in the United States.
Colonel George Bliss, j r . , New Y o r k : A valuable and exten
sive series of Receipts from Volunteers receiving State Bounties,
and a large quantity of papers relating to the office of State Pay
Master General, during the term of Colonel Bliss in that office;
Registers of wounded received at the Park Barracks, N. Y . , 1862,
2 volumes.
Nathaniel D . Bogart, Clarkstown:
Rockland county, 1860, 1861.

Proceedings of Supervisors,

D r . C . Boughton, Waterford: Minutes


Baptist Association, North, 1861, 1862.
Rev. E . Bradbury, Hudson:

of the Hudson River


:

Memorial of Lienteosnt AmgHmtm


1L Bradbury, 128th Regiment.
*
<>
Dr. J . H. Brinton, Washington, m\Cj 8# Mattfci.>spiius 1Js>
cnlars, orders A c , from the Surgeon Gijalilfe*^

CHOP 09 I f f l BtytKAtf OF MILITARY STATISTICS.

201

tioii of

the Slave States; Proceedings of F i r s t Emancipation


Society of Missouri; Addresses delivered Sept, 17> 1862, and
A u g . 27, 1863; Address to the friends of Freedom in the Slaveholding States.
John W . Brown and James V a n Duzen, Dansvillo : New Y o r k
Daily Tribune, 1861, 1862, 1863, 61 numbers.
Rev. H . Brownscombe, Owego : Minutes of the Wyoming Con
ference, 1861, 1862,

1863.

E . B . Cadley, B r o o k l y n : Minutes of the Board of Supervisors


of Kings-county. 1862-3, bound.
John D . Caldwell, Cincinnati, Ohio : Biographical notices of
Ohio Legislature,

1862;

Monthly bulletin of the operations of

the Cincinnati branch of the U . S. Sanitary Commission, 1863;


Address of Union members of Ohio Legislature to the soldiers of
O h i o ; A c t to organize and discipline the militia and volunteer
forces of Ohio ; Speech of John Brough at Dayton, English and
G e r m a n ; Speech of John Brough at Marietta; Speech of John
A . L o g a n ; Speech of John A . Biddle, in Ohio Legislature; Speech *
of W m . J . Flagg, in Ohio Legislature; Speech of Rev. Charles
J . Ames; Speech of B. F . Butler, at New York, Jan. 1863; W h y
is allegiance due, and where is it due ? speech of Israel W . A n
drews; Gen. Rosecrans' letter to the Governor of Ohio ; Daniel
O'Connel and the committee of Irish Repeal Association ; Ohio's
prosperity, social and material, an argument against Rebellion;
T h e proposed Compromises; Northern Interests and Southern
Independence, by Charles J . Stille; Inaugural of the Governor

of Ohio,

delivered Jan. 13,1863; Ohio Agricultural Report, 1861,

English and G e r m a n ; Military Regulations, Tactics and Statutes

of Ohio; Ohio Statistics, 1860, 1861, English and G e r m a n ;


Artay Register of Ohio Volunteers, 1862; Annual Report A d j .
Gen. Ohio, 1861,

Annual

1862;

Annual Report Supt. State House, 1861;

Report Quarter Master Gen. Ohio, 1861, 1862; Annual

ReporfSecretary of State, Ohio, 1861;

Hi'''''

-'

Annual Report Commis

sary General of Ohio, 1861; Annual Report Institution of Deaf


'Bod Xtomb, 1861 f Semi-anneal Report of Commissioners of Sink
ing Fund, 1861; Annual Report of Auditor of State of'Ohio,
W91,1863; Act to organise and discipline the militia and volun
t a s of Ohio; Biennial Report of Attorney Oen^
1860, 1861;
liHSHJillagS o! Graftal Lodge of Masons, Ohio, 1862; Biograpbipal aotiooe oT aasrtsti of Ohio Legislature, 1862; Report Of
IflHfttty^^
to Hon. Benja-

202

FIB8T ANNUAL BXPORT OW T B

>

min Stanton, President of Senate, i n response to resolutions call


ing for a full history of the action of the Board of Military Com
missioners ; Series of circulars, bills, letter heads, tickets

and

other printed documents, seventy in number, used i n the .great


Sanitary F a i r at Cincinnati.
Robert Campbell, B a t h : Camp Fires of the twenty-third regi
mentRev. B. W . Capron, Harrison Valley, P a . :
Canisteo Baptist Association,

Minutes of

the

1861.

Lieutenant-Colonel Michael Cassidy,

(6th regiment) A l b a n y :

Pictorial sketch of the incidents of the two years southern cam


paign of the Wilson Zouaves, 6th N , Y . Volunteers.
S. Caverno, Lockport: New

Y o r k Daily Times, 16

numbers,

18C2, 1863.
Lieutenant-Colonel W m . H . Chesebrough, Baltimore: General
Orders, Middle Department of 8th Corps, 1 to

61, excepting

numbers 43, 44, 46, 47, 48, 59.


Dr. Walter B. Coventry, U t i c a : A sketch of the campaign

in

V i r g i n i a and Maryland, from Cedar Mountain to Antietam.


Hon. Charles P. Daley New Y o r k : Letter to H o n . Ira Harris.
8vo.

Maj. Henry L . Davis, Oswego: Several fine photographs of


officers;

circular letter to supervisors, Oct. 27, 1863;

the extras

of the Oswego Commercial Times for the first year of the

war.

Boundrare.
S. S. Day, H o m e r : Minutes of the Cortland Baptist Associa
tion, 1861, 1862, 1863.
Rev. E z r a Dean, A u b u r n : Minutes of Cayuga Baptist Associa

tion, 1861, 1862.


Martin Delahanty, (Clerk of Common Council) A l b a n y : Pro
c e e d i n g of Common Council of Albany, 1861, 1862.

Daniel E . Deli van, (city inspector) New Y o r k : Reports of


inspector, 18G0, 1861, 1862.

city

, ,f

Prac
achievements o f the Austrian

Gen. .1. Watts De Peyster, T i v o l i : Winter Campaigns;>

tical Strategy, as illustrated by the


F i e l d Marshal Traun.
H o n . Clmuncey M . Depew, (Secretary of State) A l b a n y :
;
nal and Documents of New York Legislature, 1868*. ^ f * o l a v ^ ,
Rev. W m . ' L . Dickens, Cheitertown:
Baptist Association,

1861 Wo%
f

Minn!**- *>x,i*^

Of

cmau

THI

BumtAU or

MIUTAIT

203

STATISTICS.

Col. L* L . Doty, A l b a n y : Child's National Almanac, 1863.


Bound. Our Foreign Relations. By Charles Sumner.
H o n . (/. D. Drake, St. Lewis, M o . : Wrongs to Missouri L o y a l
People, 2 copies.
Hon. Simeon Draper, New Y o r k : Second and T h i r d Annual
Reports of Commissioners of Charities and Correction.

Bound.

Rev. F . F . Ellinwood, Rochester: Sermon commemorative of


National Blessings.
Emancipation League, James M . Stone, A g e n t : Facts concern
ing the Freedmen; Address by Geo* S. Boutwell
Temple ; Thoughts for tho Times.

at Trernont

By J . P. Bishop ; The W a r

and Slavery, o r ; V i c t o r y and Emancipation ; The Destruction of


Republicanism, the object of the Rebellion ; The war powers of
the President and the Legislative powers of Congress, in relation
to Rebellion, Treason and Slavery; Emancipation in the West
Indies.^
Hon. Augustus Frank, ( M . C.) Warsaw: Official List of Mem

bers, House

of Rep., 38th Congress.

Colonel James B . F r y , (Provost Marshal General) Washington:


Circulars of the

Provost

Marshal

General's office, 1 to

106;

Regulations for the Government of the Bureau of the Provost


Marshal General; Act for enrolling and calling out the National

Forces, and

for other purposes.

Gales k Seaton, Washington, D . C . : National Intelligencer,

numbers.
Mrs. Gale, Albany : Silk banner presented
#

battery.

to tho Havelock
,

Paul W . Garfield, Rochester : Constitution and By-laws of the


Protectees.
Rev. W . V . Garner, Binghamton: Minutes of Broome and
Tioga Baptist Association, 1863.
Lieutenant George Gibson (late adjutant 23d Wisconsin volun
teers) Fond du L a o , W i s . : Weekly Vicksburgh Whig, A u g . 24,
1869 | the Natchez Union. Courier, A u g . 15, 1863; ditto, extra,
May SO, 1863; Muster-roll, Co. A 35th Mississippi volunteers
(rebel); descriptive list blank (rebel); parole blank, printed at
Vicksburgh (U. 8.)) certificate of disability blank (rebel) ; soldistfa d^harge blank (rebel); envelope, best quality made in
<l>e rebel 8tatea.
, A . Go^eo (sergeant Co. L 8th N . Y . Cavalry): Tho
I, AugwiJStk, 1863.
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FIRST ANNUAL REPORT OF THB

204

Win. P. Grant, W i l s o n : Sermon preached at funeral of Daniel


Holmes Davis, Co. K , 28th regiment, by Rev. W . G. H i b b a r d .
Rev, Squire Griffin, Sing Sing : Minutes of the third meeting
of the Hudson Central Baptist Association.
Captain John A . Haddock, Watertown : Rebel flag captured a
Antietam, by a private.
Marcelius Hartley, New Y o r k : T h e Philanthropic results of
the war in America.
Rev. W . G . Hibbard, W i l s o n : Sermon at funeral of Daniel H .
Davis, Co. K , 28th Volunteers ; Discourse at funeral of Sergeants
Kemp and Harrington, Co. P , 3d N . Y . Cavalry.
Charles J . Hoadley, Hartford, C t . : Legislative Documents of
Connecticut, 1862.

Bound.

Lawrence Holmes, Patterson, N . J . : L i s t of volunteers from


Bergen and Passaic counties.
H o n . Joseph Holt, (Judge Advocate) Washington, D . C : Lat
ter upon
resolution;

the Policy of the General Government, pending the


Address delivered

at

Louisville, J u l y 13,

1861 ;

Speech at Irving H a l l , N . Y . , Sept. 13, 1861; Letter on the sub


ject of Ordnance and

G u n Contracts; Report on purchase

of

and Ordnance Stores;


General F i t z John Porter;

Hall's carbines; Commission on Ordnance


Review of proceedings in the case of

Report of Judge Advocate, March 27, 1863.

J.

and Resources of
Monthly Report of condition of
Report on condition of Banks,
Court relative to the Taxation

Smith Homans, Washington, D . C . : Debt

the United States.


crops,

A u g . 10,

By Elder.

1863; Annual

1 8 6 i ; Decisions of the Supreme

of Bank Stocks; Finance Report, 1862.

Times, weekly files.


Dr. Franklin B. Hough, L o w v i l l e : Utica Morning Herald, 121
numbers; State Sovereignty and Doctrine of Coercion. Rebel.
Census of State of New York for 1855.
L d r a M . Hough, Champion : New York Reformer, 40 numbers.
A. A. Howard, Buffalo: Minutes of the Common Council of
Buffalo, 1857 to 1862 inclusive.
F. B. Hubbell, (City Clerk) Troy: Minutes of the Common
Council of Troy, March 6, 1860, to March 28, 1863.
Rev. J . Huntington, Canton: Minutes of the 8t. LairreQfO
Baptist Association, 1861, 1862.
* . ,-. i ^ ^ - ^ A ^ ^ ^ ^
Jobn Jay, Bedford: Address feHvUft*
1861; Address delivered Oct M ,
Hon. W i l l i a m Hotchkiss, Chester: Olean

j\^0k^^^

C H O f OF m

BuaiAu OF MILITARY STATISTICS.

Dr. J . Foster Jenkins, Tonkers: Address

205

delivered before the

Westchester Medical Society; Docs. 71,72, U . S . Sanitary Com


mission ; Three Weeks at Gettysburgh ; T h e Lord will Provide.
Jermain k Bright man, Milwaukee, W i s . : General Pope's official
report of the Campaign in Virginia.
Rev. H . P . Jervis, Clyde : Minutes of the 51st meeting of tho
East Genesee Conference.
Gen. Schuyler F . J u d d ,

Ogdensburgh :

Two

photographic

views of Camp Wheeler, Ogdensburgh.


David C . Judson, Ogdensburgh : Daily Advance, (

^densburgh)

62 numbers ; Weekly St. Lawrence Democrat, 42 numbers ; Demo


crat k

Weekly Advance, it numbers ; L'Union,

21 numbers; Daily Journal, (Ogdensburgh)


Lawrence Republican, (Ogdensburgh)

55

(Ogdensburgh)

336 numbers; St.

numbers ; Courier k

Freeman, (Potsdam) 19 numbers; Jefferson County Union, (Watertown) 24 numbers; Weekly Argus, (New Y o r k ) 28 numbers;
Atlas k Argus, (Albany) 31 numbers.
Colonel J . H . Ketcham : View of Belgar barracks, Baltimore,
Md., 150th Regiment, N . Y . Vols.
Hon. Emerson W . Keyes, Albany : Reports of Superintendent
of Publio Instruction, 1862,

1863.

Rev. J . J . Keyes, N u n d a : Minutes of the Livingston Baptist


Association, 1861, '62.

Rev. S. Keyes, Jr., Bennington : Minutes of tho Goneseo Bap


tist Association, 1861, '62.

M . Knoedler (successor to Goupil k Co.), 772 Broadway, New


Y o r k : A magnificent tinted lithographic view of the caftp of
Union prisoners at Salisbury, N . C , drawn from nature by Act
ing Major Otto Boetticher (68th N . Y . V . ) , with 281 figures, of
which 128 in foreground are portraits of officers; engraved surface,
11 by 28 inches. A tinted lithographic view of the interior of
> Prison, Richmond, with portraits of about thirty officers
> g*onp; the margins represent four external views of
Mtt
aons and separate portraits of 56 officers; engraved
jaoev
f 28 inches.
JMr. 1
Knox, R o m e : The Bible Rule of W a r ; a discourse.
, Francu laober, LL.D., New Y o r k : Plantations for Slave La*

H*r. tfes i ^ t f l i of the Yeomanry.


.. ffsfrKMt;J Loosing, Ponghkeepsie: Proceedings of Supervis*
#

206

FIRST AlttfUAL REPORT OF

L o y a l Publication Society, New

Xng to national affairs.

York:

1*1

F i f t y pamphlet*

relate

The following numbers are Wanting to

complete the series : 2, 8, 4, 5, 6, 9, 15, 17, 20, 28, 29, 31,


and all after.

4h

Maj. Gen. George B. McClellan, New Y o r k : General Orders o f


the A r m y of the Potomac, 1861, '62.
James McLallen, Trumansburgh : Minutes of the Seneca Bap
Association, 1860, '61, '62.

tist

Rev. A . C. Mallory, Benton Corners: Minutes of the


Baptist Association, 1861, '62.

Ontario

Rev. J . C. Mallory, Savpna : Minutes of the Steuben Baptist


Association, 1862.
*
Col. Marshall Lefferts,
Regiment; a sermon.

New

Y o r k : March of

the

Seventh

Rev. L . J . Matteson, Watertown : Minutes of Black River Bap


tist Association, 1861, '62, '63.
Rev. A . I). Mayo, Cincinnati, Ohio : Herod, John and Jesus,
or American Slavery and its Christian C u r e ; T r a c t for the
Times, No. 12, Sacrifice for L i b e r t y ; The Scholar's Vocation in
the New Republic ; T h e Capitol, or the Higher L a w ; T h e H i g h
way of American Civilization ; T e n newspaper copies of his ora
tions, sernions and speeches.
Gen. M . C. Meigs (Quartermaster General), Washington, D . C :
Annual Report of Quartermaster General, 1862; Nineteen circu. lars used by Quartermaster's Department.
Rev. W . 8. Mickels, New Y o r k : Minutes
tist Association, 1861, '62, '63.

of Hudson River Bap

N . B. Miles, Albany : Albany Evening Journal, 4 numbers.

York Times, 16 numbers. >


J , H . Mills, Buffalo : Chronicles of the 21st Regiment N. Y . 8,
V . , numbers 1, 2, 3, 4. T h i s elegant series will be completed in
twenty parts, making a quarto volume of over four hundred
H . W . Miller, Mount M o r r i s : New

pages.

Rev. D. Moore,
Association, 1862.

*K
J r . , Buffalo:

Minutes of the Buffalo Baptist


* r

<

r v

D. Morgan, New York: Report of Goumitts* on tha


Conduct of the War, 3 vols; Army Register, 1 M f | London
Star, 19 numbers; President's Message and pofl^is^is, W t f r
'63, parts 1, % abridged; Mullen's ] L W * s ^
morial contesting the seat of Hon. JOttjrffW*"
Hon. .

I f l U f Of lfaE BUREAU Of tflXlTARf STATISTICS.

207

district, Missouri ; President's Message, 1864, part 2, Diplomatic


Correspondence.
C o l . E . D, Morgan, Jr., New Y o r k : Three Weeks at

Gettys*

burg.
Joel Mttiisell, A l b a n y : Duty of the Citizen i i f those Times,
sermon by Rev. S. Reed ; Past Day Sermon, A p r i l 30, 1863, by

Rev* F . N . Zabriskie; Second Annual Report on Trade and Com


merce of Albany.
New England X o y a l Publication Society, Boston: Series of
their publications in broadside form ; Sermon for the Times, by
F . H . Hedges; Destruction of Republicanism.
L . Noble, (Adj. Gen., Indiana) Indianapolis, Ind.: Report of
Adjutant General of Indiana, 1863; Report of Major Love of tho
Indiana Legion.
Henry

Onderdonk, Jamaica: Proceedings

of Supervisors

of

Queens county, 1861.


Rev. P. OIney, Horseheads: Minutes of Chemung River Baptist
Association, 1861, 1862,

1863.

Dr. Lemuel C . Paine, A l b i o n : Minutes of Orleans Baptist As


sociation, 1861, 186% 1863.
H o n . A . B . Parmelee, Malone : Malone Palladium, 105 numbers.
Maj. W m W . Perkins, Albany : National Guard Manfial.
Henry A . Petrie, A l b a n y : Report of State Engineer on Canals,
1862,

1863;

Report on Railroads of State of New York,

1862.

1863; Report on Harbor Encroachments; Report on Harbor

Defence ; plans' and sections of canals of New Y o r k ; Report on


Removal of Obstructions in Hudson River.
Rev. Henry N . Pohlman, A l b a n y : Minutes of tho 66th Synod
of the Evangelical Lutheran Ministerinm.

RevVW. T . Potter, Oxford: Minutes of tho Chenango Baptist


Association, 1861, 1862.
Rev. J . Powers, Middlefield: Minutes of Worcester Baptist

Association, 1861, 1862.


Hon. Zaddoik Pratt, Prattsville: Address of Z . Pratt to his
flSigbbdrs artd friends; Chronological Biography of Hon. Z . Pratt.
Hon. J . M, Head, Philadelphia; P a . : Opinion on the ConstitnOf ietl act passed March 3, 1863, for enrolling and cell.>
Ito MailMial ^cea.
Jbgenfto o f t k f University: Annual Reports on Academic

208

rnwf AfliTOAL

REPORT O F

Col. Lewis Richmond, Cincinnati, Ohio: General (Orders, De*


partment of Ohio, Nos. 27 to 104.
Gen. J . W. Ripley (Chief of Ordnance), Washington '< F i l e of
Orders of Ordnance Department.
Hon.

Lucius R o b i n s o n

Awards Soldiers of

(Comptroller),

Albany:

Index

to

1812.

James Rodgers, Albany : Daily Atlas and Argus, 3 numbers.


Wm. H . Romeyn, Kingston : Democratic Journal, 40 numbers*
Luke Roe, Cairo ; Proceedings of Supervisors of Greene coun
ty, 1861.
Col. John Rorbach, Geneseo : New Y o r k Daily Tribune, 1 8 6 2 ,
'63, 24 numbers.
t

Gen. W. S. Rosecrans,

Stevenson, A l a . : General Orders De

partment of the Cumberland, 124 numbers.


M. F . Rowe, Yonkers : Yonkers Examiner, 13 numbers.
John P. Russ, A l b a n y : Speech o f Gov. Seymour before M i l i
tary Association, 1862; ditto at Tweddle H a l l , Sept., 1863;
Message of Gov. Seymour, 1863.
Sanitary Commission, Washington, D . C . : Documents 10, 32*
46, 50, 51, 52, 53, 61, 62, 64, 65, published \jy them.

Major J . M . Schofield, St. Louis, Mo.: General Orders of va


rious western and southern departments, .270 numbers, elsewhere
enumerated.

""

Col. Joel J . Seaver, Malone : Malone Palladium*, 22 numbers,


and the weekly files since early in^November, 1863.
Hon. J o h n . F . Seymour, A l b a n y : V i e w of Satterlee General
Hospital, West Philadelphia.
Norman Seymour, Mount Morris : New Y o r k D a i l y

Tribune, 38

numbers.

G . Ten Eyck Sheldon, Sing S i n g : S i n g Sing

Republican, 20

numbers.

.<

Freeman, 1861, '62,


'63, except the following: In 1861, January, February (entire
months), June 13, A u g . 8, Sept. 12, and Nov. tt; *in 1862, want
ing, A p r i l 13, June 26, July 17, 31, Sept 4 ; in 1663, waving,
Delos B . Sill, E l l i c o t v i l l e : Cattaraugus

March 26, A p r i l 23, May 1, 14, 21, and Oct

C.

N , Simmons

mon Council of

14.

(City Clerk), Rochester: Preeeedinpi o f Ct^sV


Rochester, 1861, '62; Citjr cberter and wmmd*

ments, 1862,/63
.
<4
M' -,
Hon. Wm. L Skinner (Canal C n s|^iisas)t4s*Wg* Ja^H>
of Canal Commissioners, INI, \-.>}. i
^,IV'*T^p^j^^Am
:t

209

COOSW OF THB BtTSEATT Of MTUTARY STATISTICS.


1

B . J . Smith, J r . , A l b a i a j : V i e w of Elmira, 1862, (lithographic


print).
Rev. Carlos Smith, Madison : Minutes of the Madison Baptist
Association, 1861, '62.
Rev. H . A . Smith, West Winfleld : Minutes of the Otsego Bap
tist Association, 1861, '62, '63.
Hon. E . G . Spaulding, Buffalo : Gen. Pope's campaign, official
report; President's Message and Documents, 1862,'63, vols 3
and 4; speeches delivered May 17, 1860, Feb. 10, 1862, and
June 17, 1862.
J . C . Spencer, Ogdensburgh : St. Lawrence

Republican, 58

numbers ; MSS., one package.


Gen.

John T . Sprague

(Adjutant

General),

Albany:

The

Treachery in Texas, the Secession of Texas, and the arrest of


the United States officers serving in Texas.
Hon. Benjamin Stanton, Ohio ; Hon. Thomas Ewing's

Letter,

Oct. 4, 1862.
Thomas Stevens (President

Croton Aqueduct

New Y o r k : Reports of Croton Department,

Department),

1861,

'62;

Rules

and Regulations of the Croton Aqueduct Board.


Major J . B. Stonehouse (Assistant Adjutant General), A l b a n y :
Bust of Gov. Seymour, in plaster, life size ; Adjutant General's
Report, 18<62, 12 copies; ditto, 1863, 15 copies (bound);

Militia

Laws, 1862, 4 copies.


Major John R. Strang, (104th reg.) Livingston co.:

View of

the camp of the104th regiment near Belle Plain, V a . , in winter


of 1862-3.
Anthony M . Strong, A l b a n y :

Memorial of Adjutant Strong,

of the 177th regiment, bound.


Hon. Charles Sumner, Boston :

Extract from speech in Faneuil

H a l l , N o r . 2, 1855; two speeches in U . S. Senate, Dec. 10, 11,


1861; Speech on Maritime Rights, Senate, Jan. 9, 1862; Speech
on Ransom of Slaves in U. S. Senate, March 31, 1862 ; Speech
on Diplomacy with H a y t i and Liberia, A p r i l 23, 24,1862; Speech
on EfBOnefpation in Faneuil H a l l , Oct. 10,1862; Speech in Senate,
on Foreign Intervention, Feb. 28, 1863; Speech on Foreign Re
lation* at Cooper lastHttte, Sept. 10, 1863; Our Domestic Rel i t i M * , or How to treat tho Rebel States; Speech in Senate,
tmtomtmmot Slavery, June 4,1860f Speech i n Worcester, Union

fMHtana, Altary * 49 eopiee of pamphlet entitled

FOUNT* AftSTCAU

BM9Qn* W

TB&

Peninsular Campaign^ SurgicalMkpeti^m^f Secv>}; Baitleeliottbfi


the Seventh New York Artillery); Medical and Surgical Reporter,
October 10, 1863 ; l^Passes^&ciV, used^aAtSava^^'Stationxiaiiiid
elsewhere within' the'-rebel 'lines'; one; Rebel-' Descriptiveeliiattfo-rr
rive men ini hospital i one rebel! receipt ityiblanki; Jone< rebbllcerr
tificate of- discharge from"hospital';; two rebetl certificatesoff
disability; one* inToi'eet ofi medieineSy, A f e ; * twoo Records; offaa
Court of Inquiry:: one Record' of meeting of'Surgeons* at Sava^
ge's Stations an atttograpW 1ette^from General 'Ilee^;: feugrrlettfersB
and memoranda^; nine Richmond papers* 1862^; one medical re*
quisitiow; papers of the' Quartermaster ofi G^tH>NCYxSi'W lefft
in the hands of the enemy and recovered b y D r ; S.. Tbeyjeonsisit
of 30 receipts in< duplicate, 24 receiptssinglev, 10-special'requisi
tions-,' 2 letters- 1 special order, 11 li^n-coiamiasionedac^cer^swar^
rant, R i R . Crowley, 2 commissioitfsi [jM portioirafitbesecpjovedl
to be the private property of an* omeeriand valuable tcohiifipass
vouchers^ T h e y were- accordingly deliveteiiitbotlieirrawiienj]
Gen. S. V . Talcott, Quartermaster General,, Albany}:: A n n u a l !
Repurt of Quartermaster General),IE copiesg.
Dr. M . A . Tinker, Burnt Hills :. Minutes of Saratoga Baptist!
Association, 1861-62.
f

f ?

C . S. Titus, Nelson:
11th N . Y . Y . Battery,

Series ofl comic- bulletins? ,MSS^ from

Israel R. Trembly: Pictorial Charts> of companies- BUsndiBj,


of 104th, and company I, 136th regimenttNvlK.Sv*~V^.
Dr. Cha/rles S. Tripler, IT. S. A . , < D e t r o i t S i x photographic^
maps from manuscripts, viz : three sketches o f environs and ap
proaches to Yorktown, fromP reconuoissances and surveys madeunder the- orders o Gen. McClellan, ^ n n d t o d i e ^ i o a ^ f i B H ^ . ( l t e u
Humphreys, chief of topographical engineers; two sketches o f
the approaches to Richmond, V a . , prepared a* above;; Stop ofr
Berkley county^
by John P. Kearfoat.
5

J . W . Tuttie, P i t t s b u r g h :

Recruiting; and other handbills

relating to the war, in French and Bnglisbj -140 kinds.


t

Rev, A - % Twombly, A l b a n y : New Y o r k IWily Tiac A8cnfiar


A

R . \L Y a i l j Goshen:

J o u r n a l o f Superviasrs o f iksiftsun

1861; 1862.
S.
S i j ^ C&nttta:
bers, and six handbill*

;
Stt

LmmmmVUimn*^^-rrmi

2111

n p

'Off

]^44iK^ to<)EInur depot;; dmil^ystateinonttof ftroops cinnbairackaa


at E l m i r a ; ; Inspection Rolls; 11 volume*; ;!JQtterrB6okl 11 volume*; ;
Muster RoUsVli volume;; OrderiRookt, llvoLume<: ;GMers> fdcrlhHspectionB^llvolume;; Rosterr,II volume*;; Traaspprtaiionn Raperis
isaaedd at tBImMa^, 11 volume*;; applications? foricompajivvoEgamizaH"
tionap, onee package;; eiec t ions, and* 1 misce lla ne o u s papers,

twoo
packages;; fttriteghas and! papersn r e l a t i n g to<>abaencey 11)packkages;, guard lists, one package;; imspectionn refccms^f\^rcoalpaa#Y
s

package*; ; letterssfronii public?oiKcersf onoo


package;; letters^, publlcy, onee package;: lisfc-o<fH menu phased! bjyy
examining surgeons;; miscellaneous papjers$>,on:e< package; : morn
i n g reports of f i nspec t ingp; surgeons;, Apaui,!, JMyy 1861 ; mx^nimgg
reiprtSBoffmiiita^jy^bkeei packages--;; names oSi meru; mustered I at!,
EImira M7com|pniie8!;; officers^-af I compjaaiiestreppi? ted* iait t ilLrfiiiratt,
MayyI2?,18Ml;; oarderss issued' audi received], twoo packages^ ; re^portsubyy companies?,.failkrf f 1$6&I onee p^kagei;.; rcqraisfctitMis; f&rr
transportations^, duplicates, one package*; special ostlers,* 15;8H
numbers;; surgeOT^ssm^ningireiprts^ failiofiLSt&li ,o<imi paskageq;
telegramsv, twoo packages..

OT^Blzatio^ponJeelairgev

T;

RawC.ffi.Waiter^,X6i^oB ssGreekk:: liinamfeesfcofi't lieuNiag^raa


" Ba^tiatti^80^atidn?,18(611 ,lSfi22.
Rifevv.JI'.GJ.Waard),Braiiddf6rtt:; Minatess ofi th@u Motowkt; H l i w
Baptist Association,, 1M1\, lB62 . 18$33.
r

We&k} ,Parsoiisa M Geo,, Albania:: Hvewiiiigr Jtoroasl 1 Almamasc,


18588186$, bound ;; Gaanpaigpi DouumeirrtS^, IBSMj. bkraiiitl>;; Rde-tticallAddresa o f D h
Reyxsolds^, 63di ret* i n s i s t i ; i (liiianiSppeehteaa
iiiiNe^'YbrM^IIe^slatuu-e^^B^; Ruiiii andi" Restoration,! .HyyReiw.
J i Reynold*;; UI.Sj.Tabxx Eawv off 18638, twoo editions*;; AtowKndedl
1

HI.S.lSla^CawauidlDetossidns.^; Digest toff'Taxation^ Xs .YJ btocttudi;;


Addresa oil Rditorroil E v B n i n ^ b i J U ' n a i b i i i l k ^ i i i g ^ i t orrailcdtairr;;
Chart of New Y o r k Bayyaudl Harbori.
m

Rev;. JI. K . Went worthy Brockport!:; Minutes; off tti&Gtaitsseee

ConferiHioo, 1861, 1862.


;.S;.mattatQ BIttB6atenliill):: Minute* offttia&teghem}

Aaaociation, 1861; IMm


QkmMMWhMmmiJStW.^

Report and ReMiIhtiojiaioiUinuiii

i o w CflMnmttim wppkimaiall.
D r . M M * WlUajrd, Albany
Conaarvative Surgery and List
p e m ^ RagjiwinluT Surgeons frosmNew Y o r k :
^
R a ^ ^ of a t ^ Modiod 3 ^

of
im

212

mm

AHITOAL t m r

ot

tm

senting to Congress; " V i a Media," a peaceful and permanent est*


tlement of the slavery question.
H o n . Benjamin Wood, New Y o r k s New Y o r k D a i l y New*, 80
numbers.
Hon. Edward Woodruff, Cincinnati, Ohio r
Joseph F . Winne, A l b a n y :

Ohio L o y a l League.

Numbers Frank Leslie Illustrated

Newspaper, 1861, 2, 3 ; Harper's Weekly, 1861, 2, 3; London I L


lustrated News, 1860, 1, 2, 3; New Y o r k Illustrr*cd News, 1861,
2, 3; Scientific American, 1861, 2, 3, severally incomplete.
Mark D . Wilber, (Q. M . 159th regiment N . Y . V . ) Poughkeepsie :

A collection of State papers from Baton Rouge, L a .