From The Adventures of 1000 Boys in Blue; Arabella M. Willson; 1870;  Adventures of Those Who Served in the 126th Regiment;


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Benjamin H. Ackley was born at Canandaigua, New York, and by occupation was a machinist; he enlisted August 4th, 1862, aged forty-four years, and was appointed Sergeant upon the organization of the Company; he was in action at Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862, and was discharged for disability, at Washington, District of Columbia, January 31st, 1863.

Edward P. Adams was born in Ontario county, New York, and at the breaking out of war was a student; he enlisted August 8th, 1862, aged twenty-eight years; participated in the battle of Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th, and 15th, 1862, and was detached as Quartermaster's clerk in May, 1863; he was discharged July 24th, 1863, and commissioned Quartermaster 2d United States Colored Troops; subsequently he was commissioned in the United Signal Corps, and serving in this capacity until the close of the war, was discharged from the service.

Myron Adams was born in Ontario county, and was a student; he enlisted August 8th, 1862, aged twenty-one years, was appointed Corporal upon the organization of the Company, and participated in the battle of Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862; he was discharged by order of the Secretary of War, March 19th, 1863, to accept position in the governmental department, Washington, District of Columbia; subsequently he was appointed Second Lieutenant 2d United States Colored Troops, and was afterward commissioned with the same rank in the Signal Corps; he was discharged from the service at the close of war, in 1865.

William H. Adams was born in Geneva, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted August 2d, 1862, aged eighteen years, and participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry and Gettysburg; he was killed on the skirmish line, in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 3d 1863.

Harvey T. Alcott was born in Naples, New York, and by occupation was a teacher; he enlisted July 15th, 1862, aged twenty-four years, and participated in the battle of Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862, and Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2d and 3d, 1863; he was severely wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 3d, 1863, and discharged on account of wounds received in action, at Rochester, New York, May 31st 1863 (sic).

Francis W. Aldrich was born in Farmington, New York, and by occupation was a laborer; he enlisted August 7th, 1862, aged eighteen years, took part in the battle at Harper's Ferry, and deserted at Frederick, Maryland, September 18th, 1862.

Charles Andrews was born in Geneva, New York, and by profession was a dentist; he enlisted July 17th, 1862, aged nineteen years, and participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry, Gettysburg, Auburn Ford, Bristow Station, Mine Run and Morton's Ford; he was appointed Corporal, November 3d, 1863; was detached in provost guard at Head-quarters 2d Army Corps April 4th, 1864, in which capacity he served until the close of the war, and was discharged with the Regiment.

Darwin Bainbridge was born in Phelps, New York, and was a laborer by occupation; he enlisted August 11th, 1862, aged twenty-one years; he was in the battles of Harper's Ferry, Gettysburg and Auburn Ford, and was wounded at Auburn Ford October 14th, 1863, and reported missing in action.

Elias Barnes was born in Richmond, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted February 23rd, 1864, aged twenty-one years, and joined the Regiment April 1st, 1864; he was killed in action at the battle of the Wilderness, May 6th, 1864.

Frederick Barnes was born in Seneca, New York, and was a farmer by occupation; he enlisted August 8th, 1862, aged twenty-two years, and participated in the following battles:  Harper's Ferry, Gettysburg, Auburn Ford, Bristow Station, Mine Run and Morton's Ford; he was detached with provost guard at Head-quarters 2d Army Corps, April 4th, 1864, and served in such capacity until September 4th, 1864, and was mustered out as supernumerary, December 25th, 1864, upon the consolidation of the Regiment; he died at his home, near Seneca, New York, in January, 1865, from disease contracted while in the service.

Henry Barnes was born in Richmond, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted March 4th, 1864, aged twenty years, and joined the Regiment near Stevensburg, Virginia, April 1st, 1864; he was in the battles of the Wilderness, Po River, and Spottsylvania, and was wounded in action at Spottsylvania, Virginia, May 12th, 1864.

James Barnes was born in Richmond, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted March 4th, 1864, aged twenty-three years, joined the Regiment for duty April 1st, 1864, was mortally wounded in action, battle of the Wilderness, May 7th, 1864, and died of wounds received in action at Fort Monroe, Virginia, September 10th, 1864.

Edward Barnett was born in Victor, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted July 23d, 1862, aged nineteen years and was in action at Harper's Ferry; he was sent to general hospital, sick, in February 1863, and subsequently discharged for physical disability.

John J. Barrett was born in Victor, New York, and was a farmer by occupation; he enlisted August 12th, 1862, aged twenty-one years, and participated in the following battles:  Harper's Ferry, Gettysburg, Auburn Ford, Bristow Station, Mine Run, Morton's Ford, the Wilderness, Po River, Spottsylvania, North Anna River, Tolopotomoy, Cold Harbor, Petersburg, Deep Bottom, Strawberry Plains, Reams' Station, Sutherland's Station, Farmville and Appomattox.  He was on recruiting service from February 10th to April, 1864, and discharged with the Regiment at the close of the war.

John Barringer was born in Richmond, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted August 9th, 1862, aged thirty years, and participated in the following battles:  Harper's Ferry, Gettysburg, Morton's Ford, the Wilderness and Po River; he was wounded and captured in action at Po River May 10th, 1864, and died in rebel prison at Andersonville, Georgia, October 17th, 1864.

Chas. E. Bebee was born in East Bloomfield, New York and was by occupation a farmer; he enlisted August 9th, 1862; participated in the battle of Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862, and died, of measles, at Union Mills, Virginia, January 25, 1863.

Ambrose Bedell, was born in Seneca, New York, and was by occupation a chair-maker; he enlisted August 12th, 1862, aged thirty-four years; was appointed Corporal January 1st, 1863, and participated in the following battles:  Harper's Ferry, Gettysburg, the Wilderness, Po River, and Spottsylvania; at the battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2d, 1863, he seized the colors, as Sergeant Bassett fell, dead, and carried them for the balance of the day in the fight; he was wounded in the hand the next day, while carrying the colors of the Regiment, and was transferred to the Veteran Reserve Corps, on account of wounds, October 1st, 1863; on the 10th of January, 1864, he was returned to the Regiment, at his own request, and was wounded in action in the leg, and permanently disabled, at Spottsylvania, May 12th, 1864; he was again transferred to the Veteran Reserve Corps, October 24th, 1864, and was discharged on account of wounds, January 9th, 1865.

Fernando Beers was born in Bristol, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted July 28th, 1862, aged twenty-three years, and was in the battles of Harper's Ferry, Gettysburg, Auburn Ford and Bristow Station, and was discharged at Washington, District Columbia, May 22d, 1865.

Marcus Benjamin was born in Gorham, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted July 31st, 1862, aged eighteen years, and participated in the following battles:  Harper's Ferry, Gettysburg, Auburn Ford, Bristow Station, Mine Run, Morton's Ford and the Wilderness; he was mortally wounded in action at the battle of the Wilderness, May 6th, 1864, and died of wounds received in action at Washington, District of Columbia, July 16th, 1864.

John Bowen was born in Geneva, New York, and by occupation was a carpenter; he enlisted August 7th, 1862, aged twenty-four years, and participated in the battle of Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862; he was detailed on duty with Brigade Pioneer Corps, December 14th, 1862, and served in that capacity until his death, which occurred in hospital at City Point, Virginia, December 16th, 1864.

James P. Boyd was born in Phelps, New York, and was by occupation a farmer; he enlisted August 13th, 1862, aged twenty-four years; participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry and Gettysburg; and was killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2d, 1863.

Henry W. Bradt was born at Clifton Springs, New York, and by occupation was a clerk; he enlisted July 28th, 1862, aged eighteen years, and was in the battle of Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862; he was transferred to the Veteran Reserve Corps, and subsequently enlisted in the same Corps, and was discharged from the service at the close of the war.

William B. Brando was born in Gorham, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted August 5th, 1862, aged twenty-one years, and was in action at Harper's Ferry, Gettysburg, the Wilderness, and Po River; he was wounded and taken prisoner at Po River, May 10th 1864, and subsequently died in rebel prison, at Andersonville, Georgia.

Hamilton Bush was born in Seneca, New York, and was a farmer by occupation; he enlisted July 23rd, 1862, aged twenty-three years; participated in the battle of Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862, and died of disease at Chicago, Illinois, November 6th, 1862.

Andrew J. Cady was born in Canandaigua, New York, and by occupation was a blacksmith; he enlisted August 11th, 1862, aged eighteen years; was in action at Harper's Ferry and Gettysburg, and was wounded and taken prisoner on the skirmish line at the battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 3d, 1863; he rejoined the Regiment May 27th, 1864; was wounded in action at Tolopotomoy May 30th, 1864, and discharged from the service June 8th, 1865.

James G. Camp was born in East Bloomfield, New York, and was a farmer by occupation; he enlisted July 30th, 1862, aged eighteen years, and participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry and Gettysburg; he was severely wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2d, 1863; was transferred to the Veteran Reserve Corps March 23d, 1864, and was discharged from the service at Baltimore, Maryland, August 11th, 1865.

George A. Carr was born in Hopewell, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted August 7th, 1862, aged twenty-one years, and participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry and Gettysburg; he was severely wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 3d, 1863; was subsequently transferred to the Veteran Reserve Corps, and discharged from the service at the close of the war.

William H. Carr was born at Clifton Spa, New York, and was a farmer by occupation; he enlisted August 2d, 1862, aged nineteen years, and was in the battle of Harper's Ferry; he was discharged at New York, on account of disability March 4th, 1863.

Oliver C. Castle was born in Canandaigua, New York, and was a farmer by occupation; he enlisted August 7th, 1862, aged twenty-six years; participated in the battle of Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862, and was discharged, for disability, at Alexandria, May 2d, 1863.

Henry T. Caton was born in Rushville, New York, and was by occupation a painter; he enlisted August 11th, 1862, aged twenty-one years, and was appointed Corporal, November 1st, 1862; he participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry, Morton's Ford, the Wilderness and Po River; was wounded in action at the latter place May 10th, 1864, and was subsequently discharged from the service on account of wounds.

William R. Chambers was born in Victor, New York, and by occupation was a teacher; he enlisted August 26th, 1862, aged twenty-six years; he was in the battles of Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862, and Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2d, 1863, and was severely wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2d, 1863; he rejoined the Regiment, August 26th, 1864, and participated in the battles and skirmishes near Petersburg, Virginia, during the fall of 1864 and winter of 1865; he was wounded in action at Boydton Road, March 31st, 1865, but rejoined the Army in May, 1865, and was discharged from the service with the Regiment, at the close of the war.

Henry O. Childs was born in Canandaigua, New York; enlisted July 30th, 1862, aged twenty-three years, and was appointed Sergeant; he participated in the battle of Harper's Ferry, and deserted at Chicago, Illinois, November 21st, 1862.

William Chilson was born in Farmington, New York, and was a carpenter by occupation; he enlisted July 30th, 1862, at the age of thirty-two, and was appointed Sergeant on the organization of the Company, and was subsequently promoted to be First Sergeant; he was in the following battles:  Harper's Ferry, Gettysburg, Auburn Ford, Bristow Station, Mine Run, Morton's Ford, and the Wilderness; he was wounded in action at the latter place May 6th, 1864, and transferred to the Veteran Reserve Corps, by order of the War Department August 29th, 1864, and was discharged at the close of the war.

Jeremiah Claflin was born in East Bloomfield, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted July 30th, 1862, aged nineteen years, and participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry, Gettysburg, and Morton's Ford; he was detached with provost guard at Head-quarters, 2d Army Corps, April 4th, 1864, and served in that capacity until the close of the war, when he was discharged with the Regiment.

John Clohecy was born in Canandaigua, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted Aug. 9th, 1862, aged twenty-nine years;  participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry and Gettysburg, and was wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 3d, 1863; he was transferred to the Veteran Reserve Corps, October 17th, 1864, and was discharged from the service at Trenton, New Jersey, July 6th, 1865.

Truman B. Comstock was born in Gorham, New York, and was a farmer by occupation; he enlisted July 31st, 1862, aged twenty four years; he was in the battle of Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th, and 15th, 1862, and Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2d 1863; and was killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2d, 1863.

Albert W. Cooper was born in Farmington, New York, and was a farmer by occupation; he enlisted July 21st, 1862, aged nineteen years, and participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry and Gettysburg; he was wounded in action at the battle of Gettysburg July 3d, 1863, and was discharged at Newark, New Jersey, December 11th, 1863.

Almon B. Cooper was born in Farmington, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted July 25th, 1862, aged twenty-five years, and was appointed Corporal upon the organization of the Company; he participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry, Gettysburg, Auburn Ford and Bristow Station, and was slightly wounded in action at Bristow Station October 14th, 1863; he was promoted to Sergeant January 4th, 1863, and discharged as supernumerary upon consolidation of the Regiment December 25th, 1864.

Anson K. Cooper was born in Farmington, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted July 28th, 1862, aged eighteen years, and participated in the following battles:  Harper's Ferry, Gettysburg, Auburn Ford, Bristow Station, Mine Run, and Morton's Ford; he was detached in the provost guard at Head-quarters, 2d Army Corps, April 4th, 1864, and served in that capacity through the war, when he was discharged with the Regiment.

E. D. Copp  was born in Ontario county, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted August 7th, 1862, aged twenty-seven years, and was appointed Sergeant; he participated in the battle of Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th,
14th and 15th, 1862; was transferred to the Veteran Reserve Corps March 23rd, 1864, and discharged from the service June 22d, 1865.

Edwin Coryell was born in Seneca, New York, and by occupation was a laborer; he enlisted August 6th, 1862, aged twenty-eight years; he participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry and Gettysburg, and was wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2d, 1863.  Subsequently he was transferred to the Veteran Reserve Corps, and discharged from the service at the close of the war.

Patrick Courtney was born in Canandaigua, New York, and by occupation was a laborer; he enlisted July 19th, 1862, aged thirty-seven years, and was in action at Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862, and Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2d, 3d and 4th, 1863; he fell into the hands of the enemy, near the Rapidan, Virginia, December 1st, 1863, and died in rebel prison at Andersonville, Georgia, May 18th, 1864.

William Crain was born in Hopewell, New York and was by occupation a farmer; he enlisted August 14th, 1862, aged thirty-two years, was appointed Corporal, and, participating in the battle of Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862, died of disease at Chicago, Illinois, November 9th, 1862.

Charles C. Crandall was born in Naples, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted August 9th, 1862, aged twenty-seven years; participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry and Gettysburg, and was killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 3d, 1863.

Charles Crawford was born in Geneva, New York, and was a farmer by occupation; he enlisted August 7th, 1862, aged eighteen years, and was in the battle of Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862; he was absent sick in hospital, from February to October, 1863, and again absent sick, February 1st, 1864; the writer has been unable to learn distinctly what battles he was in, but thinks he participated in but few, being sick and unfit for duty most of the time while in the service; he was discharged with the Regiment.

William Crosby was born in Phelps, New York, and was by occupation a farmer; he enlisted August 14th, 1862, and participated in the battle of Harper's Ferry, September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862; he was absent, sick, from the Regiment from December 5th, 1863, and was subsequently discharged for physical disability.

Albert S. Daniels was born in Richmond, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted August 7th, 1862, aged twenty-one years, and participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th, and 15th, 1862, and Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2d, 3d, and 4th, 1863; he was detailed December 5th, 1863 as Surgeon's orderly, and served in that capacity until the close of the war, accompanying the army in the campaign of 1864 and 1865, and was discharged with the Regiment.

Oliver Decker was born in Ontario county, New York, and was by occupation a farmer; he enlisted August 9th, 1862, aged twenty-five years, and was appointed Corporal; he was in action at Harper's Ferry, and deserted at Baltimore, Maryland, in November 1862.

Isaac P. DePew was born in Ontario county, New York, and by occupation was a cooper; he enlisted August 4th, 1862, aged twenty-eight years; he participated in the battle of Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862; was sent to general hospital, sick, April 1st, 1863; transferred to the Veteran Reserve Corps August 1st, 1863; and was discharged from the service at the close of the war.

Erasmus D. Derr was born in Seneca, New York, and was by occupation a mechanic; he enlisted August 9th, 1862, aged twenty-five years, and was in the battles of Harper's Ferry, Gettysburg, Auburn Ford, Bristow Station, Mine Run and Morton's Ford; he was detached with provost guard at Head-quarters 2d Army Corps April 4th, 1864, and served in that capacity until the close of the war; he was appointed Sergeant November 1st, 1864, and was discharged with the Regiment.

James B. Detro was born in Seneca, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted July 30th, 1862, aged eighteen years, and was in action at Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862;  he was transferred to the invalid corps, September 1st, 1863.

William Detter was born in Hopewell, New York, and by occupation was a carpenter; he enlisted August 7th, 1862, aged twenty-seven years; was in the battles of Harper's Ferry and Gettysburg; he deserted near Two Taverns, Pennsylvania, July 7th, 1863.

Edmond T. Dewey was born in Manchester, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted February 9th, 1864, aged eighteen years, and joined the Regiment, March 25th, 1864; he was killed in the first action in when he was engaged, in the battle of the Wilderness, May 6th, 1864.

Orman Dickinson was born in Naples, New York, and was a laborer by occupation; he enlisted August 5th, 1862, aged thirty-six years, and was in the battle of Harper's Ferry; he was severely wounded in action on Maryland Heights, Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 1862, and was discharged at Annapolis, Maryland, January 7th, 1863, on account of wounds received in action.

Aaron C. Doyle was born in Bristol, New York, and was by occupation a farmer; he enlisted August 8th, 1862, aged twenty-eight years; was in action at Harper's Ferry, and deserted at Chicago, Illinois, October 20th, 1862.

Ephraim C. Dubois was born in Seneca, New York, and was by occupation a farmer; he enlisted August 6th, 1862, aged twenty-one years, and participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry, Gettysburg, Auburn Ford, Bristow Station, Mine Run, Morton's Ford and the Wilderness; he was wounded in action at the Battle of the Wilderness May 6th, 1864; subsequently rejoined the Regiment, and was wounded in action at Boydton Road March 31st, 1865; he was discharged at Washington, District of Columbia, July 17th, 1865.

Carter W. Dunham  was born in Bristol, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted July 29th, 1862, aged twenty-one years, and deserted October 8th, 1862, at Chicago, Illinois.

Frederick Ebert was born in Gorham, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted July 30th, 1862, and participated in the following battles:  Harper's Ferry, Gettysburg, Morton's Ford, and the Wilderness; he was wounded in action on Maryland Heights, Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 1862; at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 3d, 1863; and at the Wilderness, May 6th 1864; subsequently, he was transferred to the Veteran Reserve Corps, and discharged from the service at the close of the war.

Franklin P. Egerton was born in Ontario county, New York, and was a farmer by occupation; he enlisted August 7th, 1862, aged nineteen years, and participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry, Auburn Ford, Bristow Station, Mine Run, Morton's Ford and the Wilderness; he was wounded in action in the battle of the Wilderness May 6th, 1864; subsequently rejoined the Regiment, and was detached with provost guard at Head-quarters 2d Army Corps, serving in that capacity until the close of the war, when he was discharged with the Regiment.

Barber Eldridge was born in Naples, New York and was by occupation a farmer; he enlisted July 29th, 1862, aged twenty-five years; was in the battles of Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th, and 15th, 1862, and Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2d, 3d and 4th, 1863; he was wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 4th, 1863; rejoining the Regiment, March 3d, 1864, he participated in the battle of the Wilderness, and was wounded May 6th, 1864; he rejoined the Regiment at Cold Harbor, Virginia, June 10th, 1864, and was wounded again at Petersburg, Virginia, June 16th, 1864; he rejoined the Regiment in January, 1865, and was wounded in action the fourth time on the 25th of March, 1865, at the left of Petersburg; he again joined the Regiment and was discharged with it at the close of the war.

Clark Farr was born in Naples, New York, and was a farmer by occupation; he enlisted August 15th, 1862, aged twenty-four years; was in action at Harper's Ferry, and deserted at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, September 25th, 1862.

A. R. Feagles was born in Ontario County, New York, and enlisted July 18th, 1862, aged thirty-three years; he was in action at Harper's Ferry and deserted at Chicago, Illinois, November 21st, 1862.

Harrison B. Ferguson was born in Ontario county, New York, and was by occupation a merchant; he enlisted August 9th, 1862, aged twenty years, and was appointed Sergeant upon the organization of the Company; he participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry, Auburn Ford, Bristow Station, Mine Run, Morton's Ford, and the Wilderness, and was wounded in action, in the Battle of the Wilderness May 6th 1864; he was commissioned Second Lieutenant December 20th, 1863, but was unable to muster in consequence of the reduced numbers of the Regiment, and was discharged as supernumerary upon its consolidation December 25th, 1864.

Erastus G. Field was born in Canandaigua, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted August 6th, 1862, aged twenty-eight years; participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry, Auburn Ford and Bristow Station, and was killed in action at Bristow Station, October 14th, 1863.

Abram N. Fiero was born in Hopewell, New York, and was by occupation a farmer; he enlisted August 7th, 1862, aged nineteen years, and participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862, and Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2d, 1863; he was severely wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2d, 1863; was transferred to the Veteran Reserve Corps February 6th, 1864, and discharged from the service at the close of the war.

Oliver Fiero was born in Gorham, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted August 7th, 1862, aged twenty-one years, and participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry and Gettysburg; he was sent to general hospital, sick, September 24th, 1863; was detached on duty in the commissary department, at Alexandria, Virginia, July 20th, 1865.

Sidney Fiero was born in Ontario county, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted September 5th, 1864, for one year, and joined the Regiment October 17th, 1864; he participated in the battles of the closing campaign of the war, and was discharged with the Regiment.

James P. Fulton was born in Seneca, New York, and was a farmer by occupation; he enlisted August 5th, 1862, aged nineteen years, and participated in the following battles:  Harper's Ferry, Gettysburg, Auburn Ford, Bristow Station, Mine Run, Morton's Ford, and the Wilderness; he was severely wounded through the thigh at the battle of the Wilderness May 6th, 1864, and was left on the field and captured by the enemy; he remained upon the field for three weeks, and was afterward removed to temporary hospital, and subsequently sent to Richmond, Virginia; he was exchanged and discharged from the service April 3d, 1865.

John Gatchell was born in Ontario county, New York, and was by occupation a farmer; he enlisted August 9th, 1862, aged twenty-two years, and was in the following battles:  Harper's Ferry, Gettysburg, Auburn Ford, Bristow Station, Morton's Ford, Petersburg and Deep Bottom; he was killed in action at Strawberry Plains, Virginia, August 15th, 1864.

William N. Gates was born in Phelps, New York, and by occupation was a blacksmith; he enlisted July 31st, 1862, aged twenty-five years, and was in action at Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862; he was detached in the provost guard at Head-quarters 2d Army Corps April 4th, 1864, and served in that capacity through the war, when he was discharged with the Regiment.

Barnard Gelder was born in Seneca, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted August 11, 1862, aged twenty-one years, and was appointed Corporal; he was in action at Harper's Ferry and Gettysburg, and was absent sick, from July 5th to December 11th, 1863, when he was discharged for physical disability.

Horace Gillett was born in Naples, New York, and was by occupation a farmer; he enlisted August 7th, 1862, aged twenty-seven years; he participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry, Gettysburg, Auburn Ford, Bristow Station, Mine Run, and Morton's Ford; he was detached with provost guard at Head-quarters 2d Army Corps, April 4th, 1864, and served in that capacity until the close of the war, when he was discharged with the Regiment.

David H. Goff was born in Geneva, New York; he enlisted July 28th, 1862, aged twenty-nine years, and was appointed Sergeant December 29th, 1862; he participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry and Gettysburg; was mortally wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2d, 1863, and died from wounds in the field hospital at that place, July 4th, 1863.

John Goodrich was born in Naples, New York, and was by occupation a farmer; he enlisted August 6th, 1862, aged twenty- seven years, and participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry and Gettysburg; he was wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2d, 1863; transferred to the Veteran Reserve Corps August 30th, 1864, and was discharged from the service July 7th, 1865.

Charles P. Gray was born in Geneva, New York, and by occupation was a shoemaker; he enlisted August 7th, 1862, aged thirty-two years, was appointed Corporal, and participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry and Gettysburg; he was detached with provost guard at Head-quarters 2d Army Corps, April 4th, 1864, and serving in that capacity until the termination of the war, was discharged with the Regiment.

Fayette Green was born in Rushville, New York, and was a farmer by occupation; he enlisted August 6th, 1862, aged twenty-one years, and was appointed First Sergeant upon the organization of the Company; he participated in the following battles:  Harper's Ferry, Gettysburg, Auburn Ford, Bristow Station, Mine Run, Morton's Ford, the Wilderness, Po River, Spottsylvania, North Anna, Tolopotomy and Cold Harbor; he was wounded in action at Cold Harbor, Virginia, June 3d, 1864, and was mustered out, as supernumerary, upon the consolidation of the Regiment, December 25th, 1864.

Solomon Green was born in Gorham, New York, and was a farmer by occupation; he enlisted July 31st, 1862, aged twentytwo years; was in action at Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862; died in hospital camp, near Union Mills, Virginia, January 13th 1863.

William W. Green was born in Ontario County, New York, and by occupation was a druggist; he enlisted September 16th, 1864, aged thirty-three years, for one year, and joined the Regiment October 7th, 1864; he was detailed as acting regimental hospital steward, and served in that capacity until the close of the war, when he was discharged with the Regiment.

Henry Hagadorn was born in Phelps, New York, and was by occupation a farmer; he enlisted February 15th, 1864, aged twenty-eight years; joined the Regiment, March 25th, 1864, and participated in the battles of the Wilderness, Po River and Spottsylvania; he was missing in action at Spottsylvania, Virginia, May 18th, 1864, and was probably killed.

Francis W. Haney was born in Ontario county, New York, and was by occupation a farmer; he enlisted August 4th, 1862, aged twenty years; participated in the battle of Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862, and was discharged for disability, near Stevensburg, Virginia, January 14th, 1864.

Ralph W. Hays was born in Bristol, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted July 21st, 1862, aged twenty-six years, and was discharged January 15th, 1863.

Charles C. Hicks was born in Ontario county, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted August 6th, 1862, aged eighteen years; he was in the battles of Harper's Ferry and Gettysburg, and was wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2d, 1863; he rejoined the Regiment December 6th, 1863; was detached as provost guard at Head-quarters 2d Army Corps April 4th, 1864, and served in that capacity until the close of the war, when he was discharged with the Regiment.

Benjamin F. Hills was born in Naples, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted August 8th, 1862, aged forty-four years, and was in action at Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862; he died of small-pox in hospital camp, near Union Mills, Virginia, December 18th, 1862.

David J. Hoffman was born in Geneva, New York, and was by occupation a farmer; he enlisted June 21st, 1862, aged
nineteen years, and participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry, and Gettysburg; he was wounded in action at Gettysburg,
Pennsylvania July 3d, 1863, and discharged on account of wounds, at New York city October 14th, 1864.

Samuel Horton was born in Bristol, New York, and was a farmer by occupation; he enlisted August 12th, 1862, aged thirty years; was in the battle of Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862, and died of disease in hospital camp, near Union Mills, Virginia, February 19th, 1863.

Samuel J. Hudson was born in Farmington, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted August 5th, aged nineteen years, and was in action at Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862, and at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2d, 3d and 4th, 1863; he was detached in the provost guard at Head-quarters 2d Army Corps April 4th, 1864, and served in that capacity until the close of the war, when he was discharged with the Regiment.

William Humphrey was born in Ontario county, New York, and was by occupation a farmer; he enlisted August 16th, 1862, aged twenty-five years, and participated in the battle of Harper's Ferry; he was detailed in the wagon train in the winter of 1863, and served in that capacity until the close of the war when he was discharged with the Regiment.

Barrett S. Hunt was born in West Bloomfield, New York, and was by occupation a farmer; he enlisted August 2d, 1862, aged eighteen years; participated in the battle of Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862, and was discharged for disability, at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, November 17th, 1862.

James K. P. Huson was born in Seneca, New York, and was by occupation a farmer; he enlisted July 29th, 1862, aged twenty-one years; he participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry and Gettysburg, and was killed in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2d, 1863.

Abram D. Johnson was born in Phelps, New York, and was by occupation a laborer; he enlisted August 8th, 1862, aged twenty-three years, and was in the following battles:  Harper's Ferry, Gettysburg, Auburn Ford, Bristow Station, Mine Run, Morton's Ford, the Wilderness, Po River, Spottsylvania, North Anna River, Tolopotomoy, Cold Harbor, Petersburg, Deep Bottom, Strawberry Plains, Ream's Station, Boydton Road, Sutherland's Station, Farmville and Appomattox Court-house; he was sick in hospital from September 18th to November 1st, 1864; was appointed Corporal July 1st, 1864, and was discharged with the Regiment.

George B. Johnson was born in Naples, New York, and was a farmer by occupation; he enlisted August 9th, 1862, aged thirty years and participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry and Gettysburg; he was wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 4th, 1863, but rejoined the Regiment in the winter of 1864, and was again wounded in the battle of
Wilderness, May 6th, 1864; he rejoined the Regiment September 12th, 1864, and participated in the battles resulting in the capture of Petersburg in the spring of 1865; he was wounded in action at Sutherland's Station, Southside railroad, Virginia, April 2d, 1865; and was discharged at Washington, District of Columbia, June 6th, 1865.

Oliver Johnson was born in Bristol, New York and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted August 8th, 1862, aged twenty-seven years; was in action at Harper's Ferry, and deserted at Chicago, Illinois, October 14th, 1862.

Edward Jones was born in Manchester, New York, and was by occupation a carpenter; he enlisted August 9th, 1862, aged twenty-eight years, and was appointed Corporal on the organization of the Company; he was in the battles of Harper's Ferry, Gettysburg, Morton's Ford and the Wilderness, and at the latter place was killed May 6th, 1864.  At the battle of Gettysburg, the officers and ranking non-commissioned officers of his Company were killed or wounded; thus Corporal Jones was left in temporary command of the Company.

Patrick Kanaley was born in Farmington, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted July 25th, 1862, aged thirty-seven years, and participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry, Gettysburg, Auburn Ford, Bristow Station, Mine Run,
Morton's Ford and the Wilderness; he was severely wounded in action, in the battle of the Wilderness May 6th, 1864, and discharged from the service in June, 1865.

Ezra Kanouse was born in Phelps, New York and was a laborer; he enlisted August 9th, 1862, aged twenty-five years; was at the battle of Harper's Ferry; deserted at Chicago, and was returned in arrest, September 24th, 1863; was afterward in the battles of Gettysburg, the Wilderness and Po River, at which latter place he was wounded May 10th, 1864; he was absent from May 6th, 1864, until the close of the war, and was discharged with the Regiment.

John H. Keller was born in Canandaigua, New York and was a farmer by occupation; he enlisted July 24th, 1862, aged eighteen years; was in action at Harper's Ferry, and deserted at Chicago, Illinois, November 8th, 1862.

Smith G. Ketchum was born in Farmington, New York and was a laborer; he enlisted August 12th, 1862, aged twenty years, was in the battle of Harper's Ferry, and was discharged for disability January 21st, 1863.

John King was born in Naples, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted August 19th, 1862, aged twenty-one years, and participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th 14th and 15th, 1862, and Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2d and 3d, 1863; he was wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 3d, 1863; rejoined the Regiment, and was detached with the provost guard at Head-quarters, 2d Army Corps, April 4th, 1864; he served through the war and was discharged with the Regiment.

Henry Kipp, 2d, was born in Geneva, New York, and was by occupation a farmer; he enlisted August 6th, 1862, aged twenty-nine years, and participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry and Gettysburg; he was severely wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 3d, 1863, was subsequently transferred to the Veteran Reserve Corps, and discharged from the service at the close of the war.

Wallace Kiser was born in Gorham, New York, and was a farmer by occupation; he enlisted August 7th, 1862, aged twenty-five years; he was severely wounded in action on Maryland Heights, Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 1862. and was discharged on account of wounds received in action at Annapolis, Maryland, January 7th, 1863.

John W. Knapp was born in Richmond, New York, and was by occupation a farmer; he enlisted August 4th, 1862, aged nineteen years, and participated in the battle of Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862; he was discharged for physical disability at Chicago, Illinois, November 1st, 1862.

William B. Knapp was born in Richmond, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted August 8th, 1862, aged eighteen years, was in the battle of Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862, and discharged for disability at Chicago, Illinois, November 1st, 1862.

Marcus E. Knowles was born in Canandaigua, New York, and was by occupation a farmer; he enlisted August 6th, 1862, aged twenty-one years; was in action at Harper's Ferry, and deserted at Chicago, Illinois, October 7th, 1862.

William T. Lamport was born in Gorham, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted July 30th, 1862, aged eighteen years; he participated in the battle of Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th, and 15th, 1862; and died of disease in regimental hospital, camp near Union Mills, Virginia, December 18th, 1862.

George W. Larham was born in Seneca, New York, and was a farmer by occupation; he enlisted August 9th, 1862, aged eighteen years, and was in the following battles:  Harper's Ferry, Gettysburg, and Auburn Ford; he was wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2d, 1863; taken prisoner at Auburn Ford, October 14th, 1863, and died in rebel prison at Richmond, Virginia, November 25th, 1863.

Lorenzo W. Leete was born in West Bloomfield, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted August 1st, 1862, aged twenty-five years, and was in action at Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862; he was sent to general hospital from Centerville, Virginia, June 25th, 1863, and transferred to the Invalid Corps, September 1st, 1863.

Oscar W. Leland was born in Phelps, New York and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted August 11th, 1862, aged thirty-two years, and participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry and Gettysburg; he was transferred to the Veteran Reserve Corps, February 11th, 1864, and subsequently discharged from the service.

Hosea Lewis was born in Gorham, New York, and was by occupation a farmer; he enlisted August 6th, 1862, aged twenty-two years; and was in the battles of Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th, and 15th, 1862 and Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2d, 1863; he was mortally wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2d, 1863; he died of wounds received in action in field hospital, at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 6th, 1863.

Julius Lichult was born in Hopewell, New York, and was a farmer by occupation; he enlisted August 7th, 1862, aged nineteen years, and was in action at Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862; he was discharged for disability at Union Mills, Virginia, March 9th, 1863.

Nicholas C. Loomis was born in Manchester, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted August 11th, 1862, aged twenty-four years, and was in the battles of Harper's Ferry and Gettysburg; he was wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2d, 1863, and died of small-pox in hospital at Newark, New Jersey, January 29th, 1864.

Thomas Loven was born in Seneca, New York, and was a farmer by occupation; he enlisted July 19th, 1862, aged twenty-six years, and participated in the battle of Harper's Ferry September 13th, 14th and 15th, 1862; in the winter of 1863, he was detailed on duty in the quartermaster's department, and, serving in that capacity until the close of the war, was discharged with the Regiment.

Alonzo B. Lucas was born in Canandaigua, New York, and by occupation was a farmer; he enlisted July 28th, 1862, aged twenty-five years, and was in action at Harper's Ferry, Virginia, September 13th, 14th, and 15th, 1862, and at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 2d, 3d and 4th, 1863; he was detailed as musician, December 10th, 1863, and served in that capacity until the close of the war, when he was discharged with the Regiment.

Octavus C. Lyon was born in Naples, New York, and at the time of entering the service was a student; he enlisted August 7th, 1862, aged twenty years, and participated in the battles of Harper's Ferry and Gettysburg; he was severely wounded in action at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, July 4th, 1863; transferred to the Veteran Reserve Corps, February 15th, 1864, and was discharged at Elmira, New York, July 14th, 1865.



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