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  1. 1st Artillery Regiment [Light] Battery H - Civil War Newspaper Clipping
  2. 2nd NY Cavalry
  3. 20th Independent Battery NY Volunteer Artillery, Co. B [Re-enactment Group]
  4. 78th NY State Volunteers - The Lochiel Cameron Highlanders, The First Regiment, Eagle Brigade
  5. 123rd New York Volunteer Infantry (Reenactors Page to include 28th GA.)
  6. 121st New York Volunteer Infantry
  7. 144th Regiment New York State Volunteers
  8. 1880 Reunion of Benton County Veterans of Civil War [includes veterans from CO, DE, IL, IN, KS, KY, ME, MA, MI, MN, MO, OH, NY, PA, WI, and United States Regulars]
  9. 1881 G.A.R. Old Soldiers Reunion [includes veterans from AR, CA, CT, IA, IN, IL , KS, KY, ME, MI, MN, MO, Navy, NE, NJ, NY, OH, PA, TN, VA, WI, Independent from Ringgold Cavalry, US Infantry, Wilderness Scout, Engineer Corp.]
  10. 1883 New York Pensioners Online
  11. 1883 Wilson County [KS] Veterans of Civil War [includes veterans from AR, CA, CO, CT, IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, ME, MA, MD, MI, MN, MO, MS, NC, NH, NY, OH, OR, PA, TN, VT, VA, WV, WI, Miscellaneous and United States]
  12. 1889 Roster of ex-Soldiers and Soldiers Widows in Lincoln County, KS [includes states of CO, GA, IL, IN, KS, KY, MA, MI, MN, MO, NE, NJ, OH, NY, PA, TN, VT, WI, WV, US Regiment, and Vet. Reserve Corp]
  13. 1889 Old Soldiers Reunion, Chickasaw County, Iowa
  14. 1890 Butler County, MO Special Civil War Schedules Enumeration
  15. 1890 Census Special Schedule Survivors and Widows of the War of the Rebellion: Union Veterans of New Mexico
  16. 1890 Union Township Special Census
  17. 1890 Census Reconstruction - Coos County, Oregon Listing of soldiers/sailors from US Infantry, US Artillery, Navy, and states of AR, CA, CO, CT, IA, IL, IN, KS, KY, MA, MD, ME, MI, MO, MN, NC, NH, NY, OH, OR, PA, RI, TX, VA, WI, Washington; to include many names without state identification.
  18. 1890 Veterans Census Hancock County, WV [inclues states of IA, IN, IL, MO, NC, NY, OH, PA, VA, WV, and units of USA Infantry, Surgeons with no states listed, US Light Artillery, and numerous Veterans with no unit or state listed.]
  19. 1890 11th Census of the United States - Special Schedule Surviving Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines, and Widows - Shawano County, WI (includes states of IA, IL, MA, ME, MI, MN, NH, NY, PA, OH and WI)
  20. 1890 Veterans Census for Northern Virginia - 1890 Veterans Census of Alexandria, Falls Church and Fairfax, Fauquier, Loudoun, Prince William, and Stafford Counties Listing of soldiers/sailors from US Infantry, US Artillery, Navy, and states of CA, CT, DC, IA, IL, IN, MA, MD, ME, MI, MO, MN, MS, NC, NH, NJ, NY, OH, PA, RI, TN, TX, VA, VT, WI, WV, Washington; other titles of Surgeons, Inspector General, US Inf., Chaplin Hospital; includes many names without state identification or units.
  21. 1893 Nebraska Census of Civil War Veterans (listed by state)
  22. 1910 Old Soldiers Reunion - Maramec, Pawnee County OK [includes veterans from numerous states]
  23. Units of the 19th Corps Regimental Histories of the 19th Corps (Includes states of CT, IN, LA, MA, ME, MI, NH, NY, PA, RI, TX, US, VT, WI)
  24. Allegany from Cattaraugus County in the Civil War
  25. Andreas' History of the State of Nebraska - Military Rosters This website is well worth looking at. It names the Veterans residence as well as their nationality and in some cases where buried. Of the first 3 pages I came up with more states and countries than I can list here. Nationalities of Canada, Prussia, Ireland, Scotland, Germany, Sweden, England, Luxemboug, Switzerland, Wales, and more.
  26. Annual Report of the Adjutant General: Registers of New York Regiments in the War of the Rebellion by the New York State Library Digital Collections
  27. A Small Community goes to War, A Civil War History of Middletown, NY
  28. Battlefield Surgeon of the Civil War : Hartwell Carver Tompkins
  29. Brevet Union Generals of the Civil War Listed alphabetically by Soldier's name
  30. Brockport, NY: Soldiers' Memorial Tower
  31. Broome County Civil War Units
  32. Cattaraugus County in the Civil War
  33. Cavalry Monuments and Markers on the Gettysburg Battlefield
  34. Chautauqua County Civil War Soldiers
  35. Civil War in Central New York
  36. Civil War Photographs: Union Army
  37. Civil War Forum by Genealogy.com [If you are not familiar with Genealogy.Com check out their main web page - so many topics, family names, states and more.
  38. Civil War Mysteries: Home of the Unknowns
  39. Civil War NewspapersMight have to search each page, but there are soldiers listed from IN, MA, ME, NH, NJ, NY, PA, OH, and WI to include soldiers that were Prisoners who arrived at Fortress Monroe, VA. Well worth checking out!!
  40. Civil War Newspapers: Fortress Monroe: Arrival of 550 Paroled Prisoners from Richmond
  41. Civil War Collections held by the New York State Library (includes CT, IL, ME, MD, MA, NH, NJ, NY, OH, VT, WI, and others..
  42. Civil War Veterans from Fulton County, NY
  43. Civil War News: Ontario Republican Times, Canandaigua, NY, 1861-1865 [well worth checking out - has many names!]
  44. Civil War Photos [numerous states]
  45. Civil War Regiments
  46. Civil War Regiments Arranged by County
  47. Civil War Residence Index of Manuscripts by the CT Historical Society [listed by State]
  48. Civil War Servicemen, Town of Manlius
  49. Civil War Soldier Buried in the town of Adams
  50. Civil War Soldiers in Madison County
  51. Civil War Soldiers - Miscellaneous Regiments from Hamilton County
  52. Civil War Veterans from Fulton County
  53. Civil War Veterans in Australia
  54. Company of Military Historians
  55. Congressional Medal of Honor Recipients - New York
  56. Conserved New York Battle Flags
  57. Dear Eagle - The Civil War Correspondence of Stephen H. Bogardus, Jr.
  58. Deerfield Township, Isabella, Michigan 1890 Special Schedule Includes states of IL, IN, IA, MA, MI, NY, PA, OH, VT
  59. Delaware County, NY - Index to Varied Military Records
  60. Delaware County, NY - Men Now In Service - 1865 - Section 1 - Andes, Bovina, Colchester, Davenport, Delhi, Franklin, and Hamden
  61. Delaware County, NY - Men Now In Service - 1865 - Section 2 - Hancock, Harpersfield, Kortright, Masonville, Meredith and Middletown
  62. Delaware County, NY - Men Now In Service - 1865 - Section 3 - Sidney, Stamford, Tompkins,and Walton
  63. Department of New York - Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War
  64. Dutchess County Pension Rolls of 1835
  65. Dutchess County Pension Rolls of 1885
  66. East Otto
  67. Featured Biographies and Obituaries [numerous states]
  68. Find-a-Grave: Irish Brigade Monument
  69. Franklin County, NY Civil War Records
  70. GAR Roster Auburn NY 1908
  71. The General Lyon Disaster
  72. The Burning of the General Lyon
  73. The Passenger List of the Steamer General Lyon
  74. Sources for the Steamer General Lyon Disaster - The New York Times - April, 1865 and The Times of London, April 27, 1865
  75. Gettysburg Union Order of Battle [includes units from New York]
  76. Gettysburg Regiments - The 73rd New York Infantry
  77. Glen Falls: Soldiers Killed and Died from Wounds and Disease
  78. Grand Army of the Republic Death Rolls Books [advertisement] includes states of AL, AR, CA, CO, CT, Dakota Territory, DE, District of Columbia, FL, GA, IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, LA, MA, MD, ME, MI, MN, MS, MO, NE Territory, NE, NH, NJ, NM Territory, NY, NC, OH, OR, PA, RH, TN, VT, VA, WV, WI, US Army, USCT, US Navy, Veterans Reserve Corp.
  79. Great Locomotive Chase (Andrews Raiders) by Find-A-Grave. [includes the states of CA, GA, IA, IL, KS, MO, NY, OH, TN, TX, WV]
  80. Greenwood County, Kansas Civil War Veteran's Reunion 1887
  81. Home of the Unknowns: Civil War Mysteries - Post your Civil War Photographs
  82. Humphrey
  83. Image Gallery -Miscellaneous Images of the 64th Regiment, New York State Volunteers
  84. Inventory of the Charles B. Quick Correspondence 1861-1865 [enlisting with New York's 19th Infantry Regiment]
  85. James Franklin Fitts 1839-1890 [10th New York Cavalry, 114th New York Volunteers] - University of New Hampshire Library - Milne Special Collections
  86. John A. Bodamer Journal: Drummer in the 21st New York Infantry
  87. Libby Runaways - Richmond Sentinel Feb. 15, 1864
  88. Lincoln County, Wisconsin Civil War Vets
  89. Long Island and New York - Civil War Information
  90. Madison County Soldiers in the Civil War
  91. Mansfield
  92. Mary Edwards Walker - Civil War Doctor
  93. Men captured at Plymouth, NC.
  94. MHI Photograph Database
  95. Military History, Oswego County, NY
  96. Monroe County, New York Records - County Records
  97. Napoli, Cattaraugus Counties
  98. Newport, Herkimer County, NY in the Civil War
  99. New York Civil War Regiments Online
  100. New York Civil War Units
  101. New York Civil War Medal of Honor Recipients
  102. New York Civil War Pension Project
  103. New York in the Civil War
  104. New York GenWeb Site of the Civil War
  105. New York Military Museum and Veterans Research Center
  106. New York Regimental Histories
  107. New York State and the Civil War
  108. New York State Civil War Soldier Database
  109. New York State's Civil War 'U.S. Colored Troops'
  110. New York - Union Regimental Histories
  111. New York Men in Massachusetts Colored Infantry Units - Enlistees Arranged by New York Residence
  112. North Collins Civil War Enlistees
  113. Ontario County Military Page
  114. Oleans Co., NY Genweb Page including Military information
  115. Oneida County New York Civil War Regiments
  116. Ontario County Military Page
  117. Orange Co., NY
  118. Otto
  119. Otterbein Civil War Soldier Biographies Website
  120. The Palmetto Riflemen and New York Zouaves Company C, Palmetto Sharpshooter Volunteer Regiment, Company H, 17th New York Veteran Volunteer Infantry Regiment
  121. Platte County, Nebraska Civil War Veterans - Veterans listed by date of death. Includes the following states: California, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusettes, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Captain Pawnee Scouts, U.S. Infantry.
  122. Records of the Veterans Administration: Great Lakes Region, Chicago - Home for Disabled Soldiers in Marion, Indiana This website is well worth looking at. Records of the Marion Branch, Marion, IN. Sample Case Files of Veterans Temporarily at the Branch, 1890-1930. States/Units listed: CT, IN, IA, IL, KY, MD, MI, MO, MN, NH, NY, OH, PA, TN, USCT units, US Cavalry and US Infantry, US Signal Corps, 23rd Recruit Company, Quartermaster Depot, Veterans Reserve Corp, US Navy, US Field Artillery and more.
  123. Regimental Nicknames
  124. Regiments involved in the Battle of Plymouth, NC, April 1864 [includes various states]
  125. Rensselaer County Soldiers and Sailors
  126. Roots-L New York: Military
  127. Roster No. 3, New York Soldiers by the Organization of New York Soldiers living in Michigan
  128. Roster of men joining the U.S. Army from Pitcher, Chenango County, New York in the years 1861 - 1865
  129. Sanderson's Master File of Civil War Soldiers
  130. Saratoga County Rosters
  131. Schenectady County in the Civil War
  132. Schoharie County
  133. Soldiers Killed or Mortally Wounded Defending the Battle Line of the 136th New York at Gettysburg
  134. St. Lawrence County Civil War Rosters
  135. State of New York and the Civil War
  136. Synonyms, or Nicknames of the N.Y. Units
  137. Town of Pittstown (Rensselaer County, NY (includes a lot of history as well as Civil War and other wars..)
  138. Town of Sennett, Cayuga County, NY Civil War Veterans
  139. Union Order of Battle for the Battle of Nashville
  140. Union Regimental History Index by State
  141. Union Soldiers Executed [from various states]
  142. Veterans of Bradford County, PA.
  143. Wayne County in the Civil War
  144. Western New York in the Civil War
  145. Westville, Franklin County, NY Civil War Service Records Index
  146. WNY Civil War Stuff
  147. Yates County's Boys in Blue
  148. 1st Regiment, U.S. Sharp Shooters Co. B, "Berdan's Sharpshooters"
  149. 1st Regiment, U.S. Sharp Shooters Co. D
  150. 1st New York Dragoons
  151. 1st New York Light Artillery, Battery C Virtual Gettysburg Monument
  152. 1st New York Light Artillery, Battery A
  153. 1st Regiment Light Artillery, N.Y. S. Volunteers Battery B (Pettit's Battery)
  154. 1st New York Artillery, Co. K
  155. 1st New York Light Artillery, Reynold's Battery L
  156. 1stNew York Veteran Cavalry
  157. 1stNew York Cavalry
  158. 2ndNew York Veteran Cavalry
  159. 2nd Cavalry Regiment, Harris Light Cavalry; Seventh United States; New York State Cavalry
  160. 2ndNew York Artillery, Co. K
  161. 2 ndRegiment of New York Cavalry from Cortlandt, Westchester Co., NY aka Harris Light Artillery
  162. 2ndRegiment of Cavalry (Veteran) - Empire Light Cavalry -Schenectady County, NY
  163. 2ndNew York Mounted Rifles, Co. M Herkimer County, NY
  164. 3rdNew York Light Artillery, Mercer's Battery C
  165. 3rdNew York Artillery Battery B, Callahan's Horse Artillery, CSA
  166. 3rdNew York Regiment Cavalry, Co. E
  167. 4thNew York Cavalry Regiment History
  168. 4thNew York Infantry Regiment History
  169. 5th New York Veteran Infantry, Duryee's Zouaves
  170. 5th New York Volunteer Infantry
  171. 5th New York Veteran Volunteer Infantry (Duryee's Zouaves)
  172. 6th New York Infantry
  173. 7th New York Heavy Artillery
  174. 7th New York Cavalrly Regiment - First Mounted Rifles - History
  175. 7th New York Cavalry
  176. 7th New York Regiment "Black Horse" Cavalry
  177. 8th New York Independent Battery Artillery
  178. 8th New York Artillery
  179. 8th New York Regiment
  180. 8th New York Cavalry History
  181. 9th New York Infantry - Hawkin's Zouaves
  182. 9th New York Volunteer Infantry, The Hawkins Zouaves Historical Association Non-active Re-enactors group/history only
  183. 10th New York Cavalry - Porter Guard
  184. 10th New York Cavalry Co. I - Porter Guard
  185. 10th New York Independent Battery - "Jenney's Battery
  186. 11th New York Cavalry Regiment - Scott's Nine Hundred - First United States Volunteer Cavalry
  187. 11th New York Volunteer Infantry - 1st Fire Zouaves
  188. 12th New York Cavalry Roster
  189. 12th Regiment New York Cavalry
  190. 12th New York Cavalry
  191. 12th New York Volunteer Infantry - "Onondaga County Regiment; Independence Guard; The Dozen"
  192. 12th Independent Battery, Light Artillery [Veteran]
  193. 13th Independent Battery, New York Light Artillery
  194. 13th Independent Battery, New York Heavy Artillery Co. E, F, G
  195. 13th New York Infantry
  196. 14th New York Cavalry
  197. 14th New York Infantry, Men of Herkimer and Montgomery Counties
  198. 14th Brooklyn also known as "The Brooklyn Chasseurs"
  199. 14th Regiment Company C, New York State Militia Infantry, "The Brooklyn Chasseurs"
  200. 14th Brooklyn Co. E also known as 14th Regiment N. Y. S. M. Co. E
  201. 15th New York Cavalry
  202. 16thNew York Regiment Infantry
  203. 16thNew York Regiment Cavalry Co. K
  204. 16thNew York Artillery, CO. B, D, F
  205. 16thNew York Artillery, CO. F, H
  206. 17thNew York Volunteer Infantry, Co. F, The Westchester Chasseurs
  207. 17thNew York Independent Light Artillery and photograph
  208. 18thNew York Cavalry
  209. 18thNew York Independent Battery, Light Artillery
  210. 18thNew York Infantry Volunteer Regiment
  211. 19thIndependent Battery Light Artillery
  212. 20thNew York State Volunteer Infantry, United Turner Rifles
  213. 20thNew York Volunteer Cavalry, McClellan Cavalry
  214. 20thNew York State Militia - Ulster Guard - (80th NY Volunteers)
  215. 21stNew York Independent Battery, Light Artillery
  216. 22nd New York Cavalry
  217. 24th Independent Battery New York Light Artillery formerly Co. B, Rocket Battalion
  218. 24th New York Cavalry
  219. 25thNew York Independent Battery, Light Artillery
  220. 25thRegiment of Cavalry, "Sickles' Cavalry" - Schenectady County, New York Soldiers in the Civil War
  221. 26thNew York Independent Battery, Light Artillery "Barnes Rifle Battery
  222. 27th New York State National Guard - Men Drafted to fill 17th Regiment
  223. 29th New York Volunteer Infantry "Astor Rifles" or "1st German Infantry
  224. 32nd New York Regiment, Co. B and D
  225. 32nd New York Volunteers, Co. B - Soldiers Memorial
  226. 33rd New York Volunteer Infantry
  227. 33rd 33rd Infantry Regiment, Civil War , Ontario Regiment
  228. 33rd New York Infantry
  229. 34th New York Volunteer Infantry
  230. 36th New York Volunteer Infantry
  231. 37th New York VolunteerInfantry "The Irish Rifles"
  232. 39th New York State Volunteers - "Garibaldi Guards" 1861-1865
  233. 40th New York (Mozart) Regiment
  234. 42nd New York Infantry - The Tammany Regiment
  235. 43rd New York Volunteer Infantry "Albany Rifles"
  236. 43rd New York Volunteer Infantry Co. E
  237. 44th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment "Ellsworth's Avengers"
  238. 44th New York Infantry Regiment
  239. 44th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment
  240. 44th New York Volunteer Field Hospital
  241. 45th New York Volunteer Infantry aka The 5th German Rifles
  242. 47thNew York State Volunteers "Washington Grays"
  243. 47thNew York State Volunteers History
  244. 47thNew York Infantry
  245. 48thRegiment New York State Volunteers
  246. 48thRegiment New York State Volunteers
  247. 49thNew York State Volunteer Infantry Co. D
  248. 49thNew York State Volunteer Infantry Co. D

 

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