Monument to New York Servicemen
19th Century Military Records - Link - Ontario County Archives
Early Ontario County Military Commisions List - Link - Ontario County Archives
Revolutionary Patriots Buried in and Around Ontario County NY - Link - Ontario County Archives
West Bloomfield Soldiers Monument - 1865
Brief Bios of 1000 Boys in Blue; 126th Regiment A - L M - Z
"Unmarked Graves of Patriot Dead" - Geneva newspaper listing Civil War veterans
East Bloomfield Monument of Those Who Died in Service - Photo and Inscriptions
Cheshire NY Veterans Monument - Photo and Inscriptions
Town of Richmond Veterans Memorial - Inscriptions
City of Geneva Veterans Memorial - Photo and Inscriptions
Information Donated by Ontario County Researchers
Charles Joseph Farnum - Civil War
LISTING OF CIVIL WAR VETERANS
A B C D EF G H IJK L M NO P QR S TUV WYZ
Partial Roster of Ontario County Civil War Veterans Link - Ontario County Archives
Ontario County Civil War Pensioners Link - Ontario County Archives
Ontario County Civil War Census Link - Ontario County Archives
Michael S. Smith's - Link - The Civil War Pension Records of Pvt. Daniel Scantlin - Daniel Scantlin was Michael S. Smith's 4th great-grandfather and a resident of Canandaigua NY. He joined the 98th NY Volunteers (mustered at Phelps NY) and after the war returned to Canandaigua where he was to live out the remaining year of his life. (He died of illnesses contracted during the final months of the war).
12th NY Volunteer Cavalry; 33rd NY Infantry; 76th NY Infantry; 126th NY Regiment of Volunteers
24th New York Cavalry - Link
Newspaper listing of Town of Phelps soldiers 1862
Newspaper items from Ontario County Newspaper 1861
Newspaper items from Ontario County Newspaper 1862-1863
Newspaper items from Ontario County Newspapers 1864-1865
Letters to Geneva Newspaper - Civil War 1861
Letters to Geneva Newspaper - Civil War - 1862-1863
Letters to Geneva Newspaper - Civil War - 1864
Listing of Draftees 1863 and 1865 - Towns of Seneca, Gorham, Hopewell, Farmington, Manchester, Phelps, South Bristol, Naples
List of those eligible for military duty 1865 - A - L M - Z
Civil War Soldiers Accredited to Town of Victor and Brief History of 28th Regt. NY Volunteers; Other Miscellaneous Items
Personal Experiences of Some Civil War Veterans - Newspaper Article
Look-ups from the Civil War
The Andersonville ProjectLook-ups from the Andersonville Prison Files of Kevin Frye
Andersonville Records - Enter the name and click search. If the spelling is correct, it shows all information on record.
Andersonville CD; Kevin Frye has a CD of the entire roster on record which only shows Company, Regiment, and grave number. This helps search for alternate name spellings.
Andersonville Museum; Kevin Frye visits Andersonville frequently and will check on the computers at the museum to check all the above options.
The Revolutionary WarA Brief History of New York Military Land Tracts - Link
Tryon County Militia Regiments - Link
Revolutionary War Soldiers Descendants - Link
Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried in Ontario County NY - Link
Look-ups from the RevolutionThe Sullivan Expedition of 1779; A Listing of the Entire Roster for the Expedition of General Sullivan during the Revolutionary War. The book was purchased from Hope Farm Press. Sheila Charlton Spencer Arlington, VA (formerly Rochester, NY) firstname.lastname@example.org
The War of 1812War of 1812 information - veterans, pensions, newspaper items, etc.
Civil WarWestern New York in the Civil War - Link
Civil War Soldiers & Sailors System - Link
Civil War Information from Roots-List Link to Roots-List
Civil War Articles - Link
Underground Railroad in New York State - Link
Some Civil War rosters from newspapers - Link
Civil War Unit HistoriesThousands of personal histories and other narratives about the Civil War have been published - often by private presses or state governments - but most were never widely distributed. Fragile, unindexed, and scattered, these records have remained difficult for historians and genealogists to find and use. Now University Publications of America has gathered these invaluable sources into one comprehensive microfiche collection called "Civil War Unit Histories: Regimental Histories and Personal Narratives."
This collection is based on the standard bibliography by C. E. Dornbush and covers works published from 1861-1920. This collection also contains number of titles not listed in Dornbush's work. Types of materials included in this collection are regimental histories, personal narratives, and state adjutant general reports. Periodicals, bibliographies and works published after 1920 have been excluded from this collection.
The New York State Library has recently purchased the microfiche collection Civil War Unit Histories: Regimental Histories and Personal Narratives.
The NYSL now has Civil War Unit Histories for the following states: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Vermont. Access to items contained in this collection is through a printed guide.
This collection may be used on site or via interlibrary loan to any public school, college or business library in the world. For information on this collection, call the Microforms Desk of the NYSL at (518) 474-3092.
Civil War Letters of Henry C. Sutton and Family
Civil War Letters of William Wallace Hadley contributed by Conrad Bush
Civil War Letters of Anson Mortimer Norten Johnson contributed by Conrad Bush.
Spanish American WarNewspaper Items from Geneva NY newspaper
World War 1Newspaper Items
Roster of Those from Ontario County who Died World War I
Research at the National ArchivesNARA
DAR LibraryDAR Library
Other Military LinksDaughters of the American Revolution (DAR) - Describes several record series compiled by New York State Chapters of DAR and held by the New York State Library.
NY State GenWeb Civil War Page - has additional information from the Civil War era.
Carlisle Barracks - The U.S. Army War College - Military History Institute - Link
The Olive Tree Index to Military Records - Link
Sons of American Revolution - Monroe County NY Chapter - Link
BooksA Brief History of the Military Tract of Central, NY - This site also includes links to an index of names for soldiers who were balloted to receive bounty land in the current area of Cayuga County, NY.
The names of the Military Tract Revolutionary War Bounty Land recipients in the Finger Lakes region are found in the book: "The Balloting Book and Other Documents Relating To Military Bounty Lands, in the State of New York"; originally printed by Packard & VanBenthuysen, Albany (1825).
This book is still available in reprint from W.E. Morrison & Co., P. O. Box 302, Ovid, NY 14521. The price is $30 (hardboard) plus $4 postage and applicable tax. This reprint includes a full name general index compiled by the Syracuse Library in 1954.
The Captain Henry Galpin Civil War Roundtable of Little Falls (NY) has republished a 1902 book called " A Brief History of the Thirty Fourth Regiment, New York State Volunteers" under the title "To Sacrifice, to Suffer and if Need be, to Die". The regiment also was known as the "Herkimer County Regiment". "One thing that's unique with this history is the number of pictures in it", Clete McLaughlin, chairman of the project, said.
The 190 page hardcover book also contains a regimental roster listing all those who served in the infantry. It has an introduction by David Krutz of Little Falls.
Antietam; the Lost Order; Donald R. Jermann - a book with good reviews which features the 126th NY as participants in this action.
New York Military Mail ListThere is an e-mail list for the discussion and information sharing of NY State service men, women and organizations from all eras. A list for people researching the French and Indian War; Revolutionary War; War of 1812; Mexican War; Civil War; Spanish American War; WW I; WW II; Korea; and Vietnam etc. This includes requests for information and notices of resources on the organizations.
NY-Military-L@Rootsweb.ComYou don't have to subscribe to the list to post to it, however, I encourage you to. You can subscribe to the list in mail mode by sending a message to NY-Military-Lemail@example.com that contains the word subscribe and nothing else. If you prefer digest mode, send the command instead to: NY-Military-Dfirstname.lastname@example.org. The New York Military List is now Archived, visit the Web Site at: New York Military List Archive
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