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Civil War Soldiers from Almond, New York



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Barbara Bernstein

Civil War Record - by Town Clerk of the Town of Almond, NY, Chapter 690 of the laws of 1865 - to be permanently preserved. These are copied and alphabetized by Soldier's name.  These have been added to information in existing lists prepared at an earlier time at the Hagadorn House, by Almond Historical Society volunteers including Wayne Kellogg and J. F. Reynolds.  Many of the new records added had more information than previous records.  They were very difficult to read. Page numbers after selections indicate the source as the Town Clerk's War Record.  Transcribed and compiled by Barbara Bernstein. Feb. 2000

ADAMS, Frank (Francis), POW in South during the Civil War, Widow Lucinda Adams (pension record, buried in Almond Woodlawn Cemetery. GAR 1836-1919.

AKLEY, James, b. 1846, NY, Private , Enlisted Aug 23, 1864, at Almond. Bounty was $300, farmer.  He was a sub. for Levi HASLEY, 1st draft.  His residence was Almond, NY.  Pages 20 and 21.

ALLEN, Benjamin - His residence was Almond, NY.  He was born October 23, 1820, at Alfred, NY.  He was a Private in the 5th regiment, company K.  He enlisted Aug 1862 for a three year term.  His father was Joshua ALLEN and his mother was Phoebe WILBER, his previous occupation was farmer.  Place of enlistment was Ward, NY. Pages 4 & 5.

ALLEN, David, b. July 16, 1846, Almond, NY.  He was a Private in the Regiment 1, NY Cavalry.  He enlisted on September 21, 1863 for 3 years, and mustered in on Oct 1863, bounty $75.  His parents were Wessen ALLEN and Sally Ann STEWART, his previous occupation was farming.  He was discharged on July 25, 1865.  He was taken prisoner on May 21, 1863 and placed in Andersonville prison.  He was released on parole Dec 21, 1863, for four months and then exchanged.  He is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery. His address was Almond, NY.  Pages 30 and 31.

ALLEN, Gideon S., 86th Infantry.  He was a Private.

ALLEN, Lorenzo, b. Feb 11, 1844.  He was a ranked as a Teamster and was a Private for the 160 Regiment, company G.  He enlisted Nov. 21, 1862 for 3 years.  His residence was Almond, bounty $50, and his parents were Wessen ALLEN and Sally Ann STEWART, previous occupation farmer.  Now in service 1865.  He was single, Pages 30 and 31.

ALLEN, Lucius, - enlisted 1862 for 3 years at Almond, NY, went to the war, was wounded in the foot, had it amputated, is back from the war somewhere.  Pages 32-33.

ALLEN, Wesley, b. Feb 13, 1842, W. Almond, NY.  Parents - Wessen ALLEN and Sally Ann STEWART. He was a Private in the 188th regiment, company B, and enlisted in Victor, Ontario, on September 15, 1864 for 1 year.  He enlisted in Ontario County, Bounty $1000, Discharged on July 13, 1865.  Single, farmer.  Pages 30-31.

ALLEN, William, b in April 6, 1841, West Almond, NY.  He was a Private in the 1st Dragoons and enlisted on Jan 4, 1864 for 6 months.  The bounty was $300.  His parents were Wessen ALLEN and Sally Ann STEWART, previous occupation farmer.  He was taken prisoner at the Battle of Cold Harbor, and died in Andersonville Prison of fever sometime in August.  He was supposed to be buried there.  Pages 14 and 15.

AMIDON, Walter B., Company B, 189th Reg., NY Volunteers.

ARMSTRONG, Albert, Buried in Woodlawn Cemetery.

ARMSTRONG, Charles E., b. Mar 1, 1847, in Almond, NY.  He enlisted Feb 6, 1864 in the 1st Dragoons, Bounty, $300.  His father was Luther H. ARMSTRONG and his mother was Amanda E. WARD. He was discharged on June 22, 1865.  He had been wounded in the Battle of Newton, VA, with a mini ball on August 11, 1864.  He was not sound.  His address was Almond.  Pages 6 and 7.

ARMSTRONG, W.D. - Emery JOHNSON took his place in the service, Pages 20&21.

ARNOLD, James H., was in the 85th regiment, company D, 86th NY, Richmond, Yorktown, etc.

BAKER, James, b. 1845, in Ireland, Private, 12th Cavalry, 16th reg., Enlisted Oct 13, 1864 at Almond, Occupation Hostler, Bounty $800. Pages 16 and 17.

BARBER, Charles H., Private in 130th Volunteers, Company H.  He is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery.

BARBER, Edwin, (Iron Cross)- Buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Almond.

BARBER, Martin V., b. Jan 15, 1842, in Almond.  He was in Regiment 130, Company H, and enlisted on Aug 6, 1862, for 3 years. His father was Allen BARBER and his mother was Mariah VEILLY.  He was wounded in the thigh at the Battle of the Wilderness and discharged May 17, 1865.  He is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery.  Pages 4 and 5.

BARBER, Sylvester, He enlisted at Avon, NY as a Private in the 9th NY Heavy Artillery.  He died Oct 27, 1864 of wounds received in the Battle of Cedar Creek, Va.  He had a leg amputated, but died of the injury.  He was 26 yr., 7 mo, son of Allen BARBER and Mariah VEILY.  He is buried in Teft Cemetery - source John REYNOLDS.  Pages 4 and 5.

BARNES, Allen C., 85th Company D

BARTRAM/BERTRAM, Charles, buried in Woodlawn Cemetery.

BAYLESS, Burtis, served until 1864 when he lost a leg in the fighting,

BAYLESS, Henry, killed in Battle of Lookout Mountain. Is buried in the National Cemetery in Chattanooga, TN.

BECKWITH, John E. b. Aug 13, 1941 in Dansville, NY.  His Rank was Captain and he was in Company D.  He enlisted in Buffalo, NY and was mustered in the same day on Oct 11, 1864.  His father was John G. BECKWITH and his mother was Mary Ann GARRISON.  He was discharged on July 11, 1865 as sound.  His address was Almond, NY.  Pages 6 and 7.

BENNETT, Nathaniel, b. Mar 1, 1842 in the town of Burns, enlisted Aug 18, 1861 as a Corporal in reg 86, Company D and was mustered in September 1861.  His parents were Luke K. and Susan BENNETT.  Previous occupation was farmer, discharged July 5, 1865.  He was wounded five times and lost one finger.  Buried in Woodlawn Cemetery.  Pages 10 and 11

BENTLEY, Hugh, b. 1843, in Ireland.  He was a Private in the 16th Cavalry.  He enlisted on Oct 13, 1864, Mustered in on 15 October 1864.  Occupation - Hostler, Bounty $800.  Pages 16 and 17.

BISHOP, George, buried in Woodlawn Cemetery.  Company F, 141st NY Volunteers, 1838-1865.

BLACK, James Warden, surgeon, M.D., b. June 6, 1827 at Bath, NY.  He enlisted on Sept 1, 1862 for 3 yrs.  Parents- Jeremiah BLACK and Elizabeth Warden MILLER.  He was promoted to surgeon in about 2 months after enlisting.  Discharged Jan 1, 1863, sound and honorable, address, Almond, Allegany co., NY.  Pages 28 and 29.

BLANCHARD, Elisha T., 85th Company D, Private.

BLANCHARD, Stralion, 85th Company D, Private.

BLAKE, Nathaniel - Robert HOLLAND took Nathaniel's place in the war. P.24&25.

BLOUVELT (BLOVETT), Abraham, b. Mar 1844, Almond, NY, Private in Reg. 130, enlisted August 12, 1862 for 3 years.  His Parents - James BLOUVELT and Christine McINTOSH, previous occupation farmer.   Discharged Aug 19, 1864, at Homewood Hospital for reasons of surgeon's certificate of disability.  Returned home, died in a few days. Buried in Woodlawn Cemetery.  Stone says: Blovett. Pages 28 and 29.

BLOUVELT, James H., Private, 1st Dragoons, Enlisted on April 4, 1865 at Almond, Bounty $400.  Parents: James BLOUVELT and Christina McINTOSH, Laborer, Discharged July 18, 1865, Sound.  Address: Andover, NY. Pages 24 and 25.

BLOUVELT, John Webber, b. Feb 5, 1841, Almond, NY, Private in 160th , company G.  Enlisted Aug 20, 1862 for 3 years at Almond, and mustered in on November 1862, bounty $75.  Parents:  James BLOUVELT and Christine McINTOSH, previous occupation farmer, Discharged on Mar 7, 1864 when wounded at Port Hudson in the left foot with ball.  He was a cripple for life after June 19, 1863.  Address - Andover, NY.  Pages 18 and 29.

BOLES, Samuel, b. May 11, 1841, was a Private in the 86th NY, Company E.  He enlisted on Oct 1, 1861 for three months at Almond.  His bounty was $300.  Parents were Jonathan BOLES and Emaline CONKLIN.  Previous occupation - mason.  He was discharged on June 19, 1863 at Brandy Station by reason of reenlistment for 3 years as veteran Volunteer.  Discharged August 1,1865.  He had been wounded in little finger of left hand at Second Battle of Bull Run.  His address:  Five Corners, Cayuga Co. Pages 14 and 15.

BOWMAN, Leonard, b. March 1838.  He was a Private and enlisted July 13, 1862 for 3 yrs. at Almond.  Parents:  Russell BOWMAN and Helena HILLINGTON.  He was a farmer.  He was discharged Mar 14, 1864, by reason of Surgeons Certificate of Disability.  Pages 28 and 29.

BRAILEY, Patrick, Private, enlisted Oct 15, 1864 at Almond for 1 year.  Reported Major GIVENS office without description of Regular Army.  Pages 20 and 21.

BRIGDEN, Letters home.

BRINK, Charles Ridgeway, b. Dec 27, 1839, moved to Almond 1856, enlisted on July 13, 1863, for 3 yrs.  He mustered in on Aug 1, 1863.  He was in Regiment 51 at the end of service and in Co. C. a Private, married Sarah LINDSLEY, Nov 1865.  Children:  George W., Willie C., Charles R., Lewis R., Grace B., Arthur R., Grover C., Claude R., Father was Isiah BRINK and his mother was Mary REYNOLDS.  He was discharged Aug 5, 1865, at Harts.  Before that he was taken prisoner June 11, 1864, at Petersburg.  Prisoner, 5 Months 9 days at Andersonville, in parole camp 6 mo., then returned to his regiment.  Buried in Woodlawn Cemetery.  At the beginning of service he was in 109th Reg. NY Volunteers.  Single in service.  GAR Pages 28 and 29.

BROAS, Wells Prior, d. April 22, 1863, age 36.  Buried at Bishopville Cemetery.  He was a volunteer of the Great Rebellion, went to New Orleans and returned sick with ague.

BROWN, Albert, buried in Fairview (Sand Hill) Cemetery, Monument in Merwin Cemetery.

BROWN, Charles K., b. Jan 16,1837, in Almond, NY.  d. Nov 8, 1863, in Dayton Rough Hospital, buried in the Soldiers Cemetery, died of chronic disease.  Private in 160th Reg., Company G, enlisted on Aug 28, 1862, mustered in Nov 25, 1862, for 3 years.  Bounty $50, Private 107 and transferred to 51.  Parents - Charles BROWN and Sally NEPHEW, previous occupation, farmer, married. Pages 26 and 27.

BROWN, Ira, Residence - Almond, NY.  b. April 2, 1846, Almond Private, enlisted September 15, 1864 for one yr., enlisted Phelps, Ont. Co., 188th Reg., Bounty $1000, Parents: John BROWN and Caroline ANDREWS.  Farmer, discharged July 11, 1865, at Rochester, NY.  Married.  Address: Almond Alleg. co.  Pages 26 and 27.

BROWN, Joel, d. Petersburg 1865, Monuments in all three cemeteries, Buried in Fairview (Sand Hill) Cemetery (Source Wayne KELLOGG) 100 yards from Balta WHITE house.

BROWN, John, b. Feb 5, 1811, in Almond, NY.  Private 160th Reg, Company G, enlisted 1862 for 3 yrs., at Almond, mustered in Nov. 1862, discharged June 1864, Bounty $50, Parent: John BROWN.  Buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Almond, NY, died in Almond Oct. 17, 1864, of chronic diarrhea contracted in the Army.  Pages 26 and 27.

BROWN, John Wesley, b. June 16, 1837, Almond, Private 130th Co. H, enlisted Aug 6, 1862 for 3 yrs, bounty $50, discharged July 11, 1865.  Parents: Charles BROWN and Sally NEPHEW, farmer, wounded in the head with shells, now sound.  Taken prisoner Oct. 1864, Returned Feb 15, 1865, Address- Almond.  Pages 26 and 27.

BROWN, William, buried in Woodlawn Cemetery.  1820-1864.  Co. E 26th Reg. US. Colored Troops.

BUCKWITH, John G., Captain, discharged July 11, 1865, b. Oct 1841, Dansville, Residence Almond, son of John G. BUCKWITH and Mary Ann GARRISON, Farmer.

BURBANK, Jacob D., 85th Company D.

BURDICK, Collin C. Grave marker -1836- 1911 . Co. B 61st Reg.  Buried in Woodlawn Cemetery., Almond, NY

BURDICK, Samuel, Residence Rens. Co., NY, b. Rensselaer Co., Private, Regiment 125, Enlisted July 1962, for 3 years, at Rensselaer Co., NY.  His father was Truman BURDICK and his Mother was R. CUTTER, Farmer.  Pages 4 and 5.

BURDICK, Thompson, Private, Co. H 130th Volunteers. 1st Dragoons, Killed at Trevillian.

BURDICK, William - John JONES was his substitute.  Pages 36 and 37.

BURKE, James, b. 1828, Ireland.  Private in the 9th Cavalry, enlisted at Almond, NY on Oct 14, 1864, Bounty $800, laborer.  Pages 16 and 17.

BURN, George, b. England, Private, enlisted Oct 11, 1864, at Almond. Bounty $800.  He was a sub. for Pinton B. WARDNER, draft.  Pages 22 and 23.

BUSH, Alfred W., d. in service on Feb 3, 1864, Shell Mound, Tennessee.  From letters of SGT. J. Kelly: “Yesterday we buried another of our boys.  He died yesterday morning about 2 o'clock of chronic diarrhea.  His name was Alfred W. BUSH.  He lived in Almond.  He was not married.  His mother and his father in Almond.  I helped dig his grave, he was buried in military honor.  SWEET commanded the squad at the grave.  Only eight men and a Corporal are allowed in the ceremonies of a Private.  In the first place the Drum marches ahead of the coffin and plays the death march with muffled drums.  After the drum corps the bearers march carrying the coffin.  After the coffin, the corporal and 2 files of men march with Reversed Arms.  After them the Major and the Regiment marches just a few paces in the rear. On arriving at the grave the corporal commands, ’Halt’ and shoulder of arms.  When the coffin is let down in the grave the drums give a continued roll then the grave is covered.  When the pieces (guns) are loaded he orders READY, AIM, FIRE!  They fire three volleys over the grave, then march back to camp.”

CANADA, Thomas, (Probably not his name) b. 1841 in Canada.  Private, enlisted Feb 1, 1865 at Almond, 24th Reg. Cavalry Volunteers, 3 yrs., bounty $800, farmer, no particulars given.  Pages 24 and 25.

CARROLL, James, Private, Enlisted 15 Oct 1864, and Reported to Major GIVENS’ office without a description of Regular Army.  Pages 20 and 21.

CENTER, James, b. 1840, England, Private, Enlisted at Almond on Sept 11, 1864, Mustered the same day.  Bounty was $800 Personal county $100.  He was a sub for Edwin Mason STILLMAN, Prior to draft.  Pages 22 and 23.

CHAMBERLAIN, Henry H., 86th New York, Co. D, Private Infantry

CHANDLER, Wallace, 86th New York.

CLANCY, James, b. 1828 in Ireland, Private in the 9th Cavalry, enlisted at Almond, Oct 14, 1864, Bounty $800, Occupation - Boatman.

CLARK, Charles, b. New York, Private 10th Cavalry, Enlisted 15 October 1864 for 1 year at Almond, NY, carpenter. Pages 18 and 19.

CLOUGH, Clarence, b. Mar 29, 1842, at Nunda, NY.  Private, Volunteers, Reg 188, Co. D., Enlisted August 13, 1861, at Castile, NY.  Discharged 24 May 1862, at Winchester, VA. Discharged after second enlistment on June 30, 1865 at Chands Mills, VA.  He was wounded at Shepardstown.  Pages 12 and 13.

COLGROVE, Newton, Enlisted September 1864 at Almond, Private 188th.  No particulars known.  (Note takers in the Town Clerk's office at certain dates seem less interested in entering in all data such as parents, discharges, deaths.)  Pages 14, 15.

COLWELL, Hiram B. - George SNOW served as his substitute. Pages 20 and 21.

CONKLIN, Benjamin, Co. G, 160th Reg. NY Volunteers, enlisted Aug 30, 1862 for 3 yrs. d. July 2, 1865, of camp fever in New Orleans, Louisiana, buried in Woodlawn Cemetery in Almond, NY. Pages 30 and 31.

CONKLIN, William, - b. April 5, 1829 in Almond.  Was a Private in Regiment 160, Co. G, enlisted on Aug 31st 1862, mustered Oct 1862, was a farmer.  His parents were Phillip CONKLIN and Cybil.  He died at Fort Livingston, Louisiana, of chronic diarrhea, on Feb 20, 1863.  He was supposed to be buried there.  Pages 32 and 33.

CONOLLY, Peter - b. in 1841, Ireland.  He was a Private in the 5th Artillery who enlisted August 5, 1863, mustered in on Aug 5, 1863 for 3 years at Almond.  He was white and his previous occupation was sailor.  Bounty was $300.  He was a substitute for Clancy PRIOR of Almond.  Pages 34 and 35.

COOPER, Joseph W., Private in 1st Dragoons.  Enlisted Jan 18, 1864, for 3 years, $300 bounty, b. 1842 in PA, “No Particulars.”

COREY, William Colins, B. Jan 17, 1840, Independence, NY.  Parents- Joseph COREY and Mary SMITH, Farmer, enlisted in Rochester, 8th Cavalry, Co B. Enlisted September 12, 1864, for 3 years.  Mustered Sept 16, 1864, Discharged June 21, 1865, was at the surrender of Robert E. LEE.  Address -Almond, NY, bugler

COTRELL, Wallace, 86th , New York

COTTRELL/CUTTRELL, George - b. 1833 in New Jersey.  He enlisted as a seaman on Oct 13, 1864 and mustered in on the same day, for two years.  Occupation - mariner.  Bounty - $800. Pages 50 and 51

COTTRELL, John, - Co. D, 86th NY Infantry, enlisted 1861, as sergeant, Sept 5, 1861.  Discharged on July 4, 1865, Sound.   Parents: Benjamin COTTRELL and Lois THOMAS.  Occupation - farmer. Pages 10 and 11.

CRANDALL, Alanson Burr - b. 2 October 1833, Amity, NY, Co H, 130th Volunteers, Private, 1st Dragoons, enlisted Aug 6, 1862, mustered in on Aug 19,1862.  Parents: William W. CRANDALL and Jane HOSKINS, farmer, discharged July 18, 1865, sound.  Address- Alfred, Allegany co., NY - Pages 34 and 35.

CRANDALL, Henry, buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, 1817-1900.

CRANDALL, James R., Co. H, 130th Volunteers, 1st Dragoons, Promoted to Sgt., buried at Teft Cemetery.

CRANDALL, Lewis P. - Residence Almond, b. June 1843, enlisted Aug 6, 1862 for 3 yrs, at Almond, NY.  His parents were William W. CRANDALL and Jane HOSKINS, occupation - farmer, discharged on July 18, 1865 - Sick at Lincoln General Hospital for a short time, now sound, Address - Alfred, NY. Pages 34 and 35.

CRANDALL, Stephen Maxson, - residence Almond, b. Sept 9, 1836, at Alfred, NY.  Enlisted Aug 21, 1862 for 3 years, mustered in on Nov 21, 1862 with a rank of teamster.  Parent:  William CRANDALL and Martha MAXSON, farmer, Address Almond, NY, Pages 34 and 35.

CRANE, George W., b. Oct 15, 1847, Private in Reg 64, Enlisted at Almond, Bounty-$600.  Father was William CRANE, Mother was Amanda M. PINCK, occupation - farmer, discharge July 9, 1865, wounded in left thigh in front of Petersburg, on Mar 31, 1865.  Address- Almond, NY.  He was a sub for Hosea B. GOFF, of Almond, NY. Page 20-21.

CROSSMAN, William - Residence, Almond - b. May 31, 1849, in Wellsville, NY, Private, NY Reg 47, Co. G, enlisted Feb 14, 1865 at Almond, farmer.  Parents:  William CROSSMAN and Emily HOWARD, Discharged Sept 11, 1865, at Hearts Island, Sound.  Address - Almond, NY. He was a sub for Ira TRAVIS of Almond, Bounty $800. Pages 24, 25.

DANA, Oscar - b. October 18, 1840, in the town of Grove.  He is a grandson of John WHITE and Magdalena BISHOP, 1st settlers of the town of Grove.  His parents are:  Lester H. DANA and Polly WHITE.  He enlisted August 9, 1862, and mustered in on August 16, 1862, as a Private in the 1st Dragoons.  He enlisted at Whitesville in the town of Independence.  Bounty - $5.  Occupation - farmer.  He was discharged Aug 9, 1865.  He first enlisted in the 130th regiment and transferred to the 4th US Reg. Artillery for service.  Address: Almond, NY.  Pages 36 and 37.

DAVIS, Asa, 85th, Company D, Private.

DAVIS, Ira O., b. 1829, Hornellsville, Enlisted 1861, 1st Dragoons, Parents:  John L. DAVIS and Adeline FARMER, Discharged May 1, 1866, sick three months on account of disability.

DILDINE, Zachariah, MD, "dealer in drugs, medicines and general merchandise," b. 1839 Hornellsville, Graduate of Philadelphia 1861 "and entered the US Service.  After serving 18 months as a surgeon he came to Almond and engaged in the practice of his profession.  His house was on Main Street in the center of the village.

DIXON, James, buried in Woodlawn Cemetery.  1828-1891. Co. H, 188th Reg. New York Volunteers.

DOUGLASS, William, b. 1846, France, Private 10th Cavalry, Enlisted 15 October 1864, at Almond for 1 year.  Bounty - $800.  Occupation - law student.  Pages 18 and 19.

DWYER, Daniel - b. 1813 in Ireland.  Seaman, enlisted Oct 13, 1864, for two years.  His previous occupation was laborer.  Pages 50 and 51 under Naval.

EBNER, Alfred, Private 108th, enlisted July 18, 1862 for 3 yrs. Parent:  George and Elizabeth EBNER, Farmer, no particulars known.  Pages 10 and 11.

EBNER, Alonzo, Co. K, 130th Reg. NY Volunteers, Private, Father George EBNER, Mother Elizabeth EBNER, buried in Bishopville Cemetery.

EBNER, William J., Private, 23rd.  Enlisted April 1861 for 3 years., Parents:  George EBNER, Elizabeth EBNER. Pages 10 and 11.

ECHART, Jacob, Resident of Almond, Private Reg 160, Co. G.  He enlisted September 1, 1862, for 3 yrs.  Corporal later.  Pages 28 and 29.

EDWARDS, Alonzo, buried in Woodlawn Cemetery. 1812-1879. 1st NY Dragoons.

EDWARDS, Cyrus, buried in Woodlawn Cemetery. 1844-1895, 1st NY Dragoons.

EMERY, Charles, Private, Regiment 189, Enlisted on September 14, 1864. Pages 12, and 13.

EMERY, John, October, 5, 1891, elected to office in Doty Post 226 GAR, Hornell, NY.

EMERY, Joseph W., enlisted in Co. F, 141st Reg. NY, 1862. Discharged May 30, 1865.  Parents:  Abraham and Eliza EMERY.

ESTEY, George, Co. D, 5th Artillery, “fought in all battles in Virginia, Harpers Ferry, Cedar Creek, Winchester, etc”.

FERRIN, Eugene, b. Jan 8, 1837 at Prattsburg, NY. as a Private, enlisted on April 20, 1861 in Angelica.  Mustered in on May 21, 1861, and was a private in the 27th Infantry out of Elmira 1861, 16th NY.  Parents Jesse FERRIN and Angeline A. SIMS, farmer, who came to Almond in 1841.  Was killed in the Battle of Bull Run, July 21st.  Supposed to be buried there, but Almond sources say that he is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery in Almond.  (Ran away from Home.)  Pages 26 and 27.

FORBES, George, b. Nov 22, 1839, was a Corporal in Reg 160, Co G.  He enlisted Aug 30, 1862, in Almond and was mustered in on Nov. 21, 1862.  He was married.  Bounty- $50.  His father was David FORBES.

FOWLER, Mortimer or Stephen, Co. D, 5th Artillery, Bounty $300, "“all battles in Virginia, Harpers Ferry, Cedar Creek, Winchester.”" b. 1842, at Orange, NY. He enlisted Jan 8, 1864, Mustered Feb 5, 1864. (In the town clerk's books it did not give Company or regiments and mentioned no battles. It said that all was unknown, so all material in quotes may be debatable. Pages 16 and 17.

GAIRY, Michael, residence Almond, enlisted on April 1, 1865 as a Private in the 1st Dragoons for one year, Bounty -$400, was discharged on July 18, 1865, and was sound.  His address was Almond, NY.  Pages 24 and 25.

GARNETT, Amos, Reg. 85th, Company D.

GARRISON, Edwin, b. 1844, and was a Private in the 104th infantry, unassigned to Company.  He enlisted on August 1, 1863 and was mustered in that day, for a three year term.  He was a shoemaker.  $300 bounty paid by town.  He was a substitute of Elisha Potter STILLMAN of Almond.  Pages 34 and 35.

GENUNG, Leroy, buried in Woodlawn Cemetery.  Co. G, 13th Reg, Wounded at Vicksburg, died at St. Louis, MO in 1863.

GENUNG, Samuel - buried in Woodlawn Cemetery

GIBBS, Col. Jesse B., moved to Almond 1830, lived in Almond in Civil War, ( Colonel of Militia).

GILBERT, Elijah L., 85th Regiment, Company D.

GILBERT, George W., b. Feb 5, 1846, in Almond.  Was a Private 1st Cavalry, Company H, enlisted August 17, 1863 at Almond, NY, mustered in September 1863.  Discharged August 5, 1865, sound.  Address - Almond.  Parents:  Philatus GILBERT and Elsyneady BLOUVELT, was a farmer.  Address was Almond, NY. Pages 38 and 39.

GILBERT, Lewis K., 85th Regiment, Company D.

GLANCY, James - b. 1838 in Ireland.  He was a Private in the 9th Cavalry, enlisted on October 13, 1864, mustered in on Oct. 13, 1864.  His bounty was $800.  His previous occupation was boatman.  Pages 34 and 35.

GLEASON, Levi A., b. 1829 in New York.  Reg. 141, Enlisted Oct 13, 1864 at Almond.  Occupation farmer.  Pages 22 and 23.

GOFF, Hosea - George CRANE was his substitute.  Pages 24 and 25

GREEN, E.J. - Oliver C. HALL took E.J. Green's place.  Pages 20 & 21.

GRINNELL, Daniel, b. Apr 4, 1846 at New Milford, PA.  He was a Private in Reg. 64, Co. D.  He enlisted on July 1863 at Almond for 3 yrs.  No bounty.  Parents:  Edward GRINNELL and Sarah SHELAND.  He was a shoemaker.  Discharged sometime in 1865.  Buried in Almond Woodlawn Cemetery.  Pages 26 and 27.

GRINNELL, Edward, b. Feb 12, 1810, Windham, Conn., buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Almond, NY.  Parents: Obadiah GRINNELL and Catherine EASTERBROOKS, previous occupation was saddler.   Bounty - None.  He was discharged sometime in 1865, particulars not known.  He enlisted July 11, 1863 at Almond and was in Company L, 1st Reg., NY Volunteers, Cavalry.  Pages 26, 27.

HAGADORN, Dr., served in Civil War but not from Almond.  Was in Elmira examining patients.  “Mother wrote in diary September 4, 1865,”   Grave marked by GAR.  Wife received pension for Civil War soldier, buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Almond, NY.

HALBERT, Jerome B., b. September 29, 1840, in Fremont.  His residence was Almond.  Parents: Eli D. HALBERT and Abigail BERKHANCE.  He was a mechanic.  He was a 1st Sergeant of the 6th Cavalry, Co. I, and enlisted on November 5, 1861 for 3 years, also on Dec 16, 1863 for 3 years.  His bounty was $300.  He was discharged on December 16, 1863 as sound, and discharged again in June 27, 1865, as sound.  He went in as a private, was promoted to corporal, then had Duty Sergeant, and then went on to be 1st Sergeant.  Pages 12 and 13.

HALL, Oliver C., b. 1846 in New York.  He was a Private and enlisted at Almond, NY on August 15, 1864 for one year.  His bounty was $300.  He was originally a farmer.  He was a substitute for E.J. GREEN of Almond, 1st draft.   Page 20 and 21.

HALSEY, Ira - b. September 28, 1843, in West Almond.  His residence is Almond, NY.  He enlisted August 31, 1862, and mustered in on November 22, 1862, as a Private for 3 years.  No bounty.  Parents:  Edward HALSEY and Louisa C. SANDERS.  Occupation - miller.  He was killed at the Battle of Cedar Creek on Oct 17, 1864.  Pages 36 and 37.

HALSEY, James, He was born in Ireland.  He was a Private in the 5th Cavalry.  His previous occupation was plumber.  He enlisted for 1 year on Oct 15, 1864 at Almond.  His bounty was $800.  Pages 20 and 21.

HAMILTON, George - b. 1841 in Scotland.  He was a Private in the 20th Cavalry, unassigned.  He enlisted and was mustered in on July 31. 1863.  Bounty was $300.  He was a laborer previously.  He was a substitute for Franklin SANFORD of Almond. Pages 36 and 37.

HAMLIN, Charles F., b. March 20, 1837 in Prattsburg, NY. He enlisted on August 22, 1862 for 3 years at Freemont, New York.  He was mustered in on September 11, 1862.  He was a Private of the 141st Regiment.  He was slightly wounded in the head and was discharged as sound on June 18, 1865, but was in the hospital.  His parent was John HAMLIN.  His previous occupation was shingle manufacturer.  GAR - No stone in Cemetery.  He was buried in Almond Woodlawn Cemetery.  Pages 6 & 7.

HAMMOND, Hubell - Leon Marshard was his substitute. Pages 22, 23.

HANKS, George, - b. August 14, 1846, at Almond, NY.  Was a Private, Cavalry, 1st Co. L, enlisted on September 14, 1863, for three years, mustered in on Oct 1863.  Previous occupation was farmer.  Franklin HANKS and Mary DUNHAM were his parents.  No bounty.  He was discharged on July 25, 1865, and was sick in the hospital for two months.  Pages 32 and 33.

HANKS, John - b, Oct 12, 1844, at West Almond, was a Private in the Volunteers, Cavalry 1, Company L.  He enlisted September 14, 1863 and was mustered in on October 1863 for three years, at Almond, NY.  He was a farmer, no bounty.  His parents were Franklin HANKS and Mary DUNHAM.  He was wounded on May 10, 1864, at the Battle of Snickers Gap with a mini ball in the back, was taken prisoner, died in rebel prison, probably Belle Isles.  Pages 32 and 33.

HANKS, Lyman R., He was from West Almond.  He was in Company A, the 130th Regiment.  He was killed at Yellow Tavern.

HARRIS, James G., b. Oct 21, 1839, at New York City.  He was a Corporal in the 1st Dragoons, Company H.  He enlisted on January 18, 1864, in Almond, NY and was mustered into service on Feb 5, 1664.  His parents were John HARRIS and Ann GRIFFITHS. His previous occupation had been blacksmith.  He was discharged on July 18, 1865 at Rochester.  Pages 8 and 9.

HASLEY (Halsey ?), Leon - James AKLEY took his place as a substitute.  Pages 20 and 21.

HELMER, Benjamin - buried in Almond Woodlawn Cemetery.

HILL, William R., Buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Almond, NY.  b. 1827.  Died 1862.  He was in Company F, the 90th Reg. of the New York Volunteers.

HOAGLEY, Charles, - He was in the 86th Reg. NY, Company D, Infantry, and a Private.

HOLLAND. Robert, - b . 1846, Mississippi.  Private, enlisted September 8, 1864 at Almond, mustered same day.  Bounty $800.  He was a sub for Nathaniel BLAKE of Almond for 1 yr. Pages 24 and 25.

HOLLIDAY, Ephraim, - b. 1846, New York.  Private unassigned, enlisted 14 Feb 1865 at Almond.  Bounty $600, laborer, sub for Edwin ROBINSON of Almond, 2 yrs.  Pages 24 and 25.

HOPKINS, William - b.1843 in Ireland.  He was a Private in the 21st regiment who enlisted and mustered in on July 9, 1864 for 3 years.  Bounty - $300.  Occupation - farmer.  He was a substitute for William RICHARDSON. Pages 36 and 37.

HUMPHREY, Charles, 1839-1914.  Company B, Reg. 85, NY Volunteers.  He was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Almond. GAR.

HURD, Clayton L. Private Company H, Reg 130, NY Volunteers, transferred to Vet. Reserve Corps.

JOHNSON, Charles H., 85th Regiment, Co. D.

JOHNSON, Emery - b. 1846 in New York, Private, enlisted on Aug 31, 1864 at Almond, NY, Bounty- $600, farmer.  He was a substitute for W. D. ARMSTRONG who was in the Almond, 1st draft.  Pages 20 and 21.

JOHNSON, Hugh, b. September 24, 1841, at Dansville, NY.  Enlisted Feb 2, 1864 at West Almond as a Private.  Mustered in Mar 1, 1864.  He was in the 1st Dragoons, Co H, with a bounty of $300.  He was single.  Parents:  Riley JOHNSON and Emaline BROOKS.  He was discharged on July 18, 1865 as sound.  His address was Almond, NY. Pages 4 and 5.

JOHNSON, James, b. September 24, 18--, at Dansville, NY.  He was a Private in the 1st Dragoons.  He may have enlisted the same day as his brother Hugh, but someone has crossed some of this out.  He enlisted at West Almond, NY.  His parent:  Riley JOHNSON.  He was discharged on July 18, 1865, as sound.  His address was Almond, NY.  Pages 4 and 5.

JONES, Benjamin, 85th Reg., Company D.

JONES, Charles, A., 85th Reg. Company D

JONES, Cyrus, buried in Woodlawn Cemetery.  1821-1894.  CO H, 141st Reg. New York Volunteers.

JONES, John - b. 1830 in Canada, was a Private in the 20th Cavalry.  He enlisted and mustered in on Aug 5, 1863 for 3 years.  His Bounty was $300.  He was a butcher.  He was a substitute for William BURDICK of Almond.  Pages 36 and 37.

JONES, William - 85th Reg, Company D.

KANE, James, Seaman, b. 1841, in Ireland.  Enlisted October 13, 1864, for 2 years, at Almond.  Bounty - $800.  Previous occupation - laborer.  Pages 50 and 51, Naval.

KANENER, James - b. 1843 in Ireland, was a Private in the 9th Cavalry.  He was enlisted at Almond on Oct 14, 1864, and mustered in the same day.  His previous occupation was boatman, Pages 18 and 19.

KARR, Martin, - b. May 20, 1842 at Almond.  He was a Private, enlisted on August 1862, mustered in on Aug 10, 1862, as a Private Co. H. Regiment 130 of the Volunteers.  He was a farmer, bounty- $25.  His parents were Joel KARR and Mariah McHENRY.  He died in Douglass Hospital on May 27, 1864 from amputation of the left leg.  He was wounded in the Battle of the Wilderness near Todd's Tavern, on May 7, 1864.  He was buried in Karr Valley Cemetery, Almond, NY.  Bounty was $25. Pages 32 and 33.

KARR, Samuel S. b. February 10, 1840, married 1867 to Altie KARR.  He enlisted on August 29, 1861, in regiment NY 86th, Co D. for three years as a Corporal.  He was wounded in the neck by a ball at Chancellorsville in May 1863, taken prisoner at Mechanicsville on June 1, 1854, was held for 11 months.  On leaving Prison he went to Macon, GA. Where he fell in with the Union Army.  He was discharged in June 1865.  He died on June 5, 1933 at age 93. He is buried in Sand Hill Cemetery in Almond, NY.  His father was Isaiah KARR and his mother was Julia Ann ELLIS.  He was buried in Fairview Cemetery (Sand Hill).  GAR Page 6 and 7.

KELLY, J.M. Sergeant, Shell Mound, Tenn. Letters Feb 4, 1864 reports about Almond men.

KENEDY, Owen (Canada crossed out).  He was a sub for Peleg THOMAS of Alfred, NY.  Pages 30 and 31

KEYS, George, b. 1845 in Pennsylvania, Private in 6th Infantry, enlisted on 11 Oct 1864 at Almond.  He was black, was a laborer, and bounty was $800.  Pages 16,17.

KING, George Emmit, b. Aug 11, 1842, Castile, Wyoming co., NY, Private, Reg. 130, Company H, enlisted Aug 9, 1862, for 3 years at Almond, NY, mustered in Aug 19, 1862.  Parents: Horace KING and Martha BARBER.  Promoted to Corporal on May 1863 the to Sgt on Sept 1, 1863, transferred to the invalid corps Feb. 24, 1864, remained there until discharged and discharged June 26, 1865.  Address:  Wellsville, NY.  Pages 28 and 29.

KING, Fredie, b. 1841 in Illinois, was a Private in the 10th Cavalry, enlisted at Almond, occupation - boatman, bounty $800.  Pages 18 and 19.

KLINE, Scott - No information

KLINE, Samuel M. b. Aug 17, 1839 at Almond, NY.  Private in Co H, Reg. 130 Volunteers.  He enlisted on Aug 10, 1862 and was mustered in on Aug 18, 1862.  Parents:  Thomas K. KLINE and Margaret KARR. Previous occupation - blacksmith.  "Died Nov. 14, 1864 in Andersonville prison of chronic diarrhea.  He was supposed to have been buried there.  He was taken prisoner on May 7, 1864 at the Battle of Todd's Tavern.  Other records say that he is buried in Sand Hill or Fairview Cemetery in Almond.  Pages 30 and 31.

KNEIL, Arthur. - buried in Sand Hill Cemetery, Almond, NY

KNIGHT, Walter, Woodlawn Cemetery GAR

KOPE, John - seaman, b. 1849 in Ireland, mustered in Oct . 13, 1864, bounty $800.  Previous occupation - mariner.

KNIGHT, Walter, Woodlawn Cemetery GAR

KUNNEMAN, Francis Joseph - b Dec 25, 1836, New York City, Musician, enlisted August 1, 1862 in Almond, mustered in September 3, 1862, Reg 130.  Company H, NY volunteers for 3 years, bounty $30, discharged July 18, 1863, sound.  Parents:  Joseph KUNNEMAN and Eliza, Address - Almond, NY, Cem. Stone - 1835-1900.  Pages 8, 9.

LAMPHERE, John A. - Peter STRAUB served as his substitute.

LANE, David, -b. Feb 15, 1844 at Almond  Enlisted August 27, 1861 for 3 years, in Regiment 86, New York Infantry as a Private, mustered in on September 5, 1861, was a farmer.  Parents: Samuel LANE and Fanny SHUMWAY.  He deserted and nothing further was known.  Pages 6 and 7.

LANGWORTHY, Isaac M. - Private, Co. H, Regiments 130 Volunteers at Almond, Promoted to Corporal, was in Salsburg Prison.

LEE, Daniel B. - 179th Reg., NY Volunteers, 6th Cavalry Co I, “Ira Harris Guard,” relative of Dunhams, was in Virginia Campaign of 1864, fighting near Strasburg October 1864.  Letter in possession of a dealer 1980s, and wanted $500 for it.

LEE, James - b. 1845 in Ireland, Private, NY Cavalry, 16th Regiment.  Enlisted Oct 13, 1864, at Almond.  Previous occupation hostler, bounty $800.  Pages 16, 17.

LEE, William T., Private, Co H, 130th Volunteers.

LEWIS, Amos O. b. 1841 in Penn., Private in 141st Reg., enlisted Sept 29, 1864, at Almond, Bounty $800, previous occupation, lawyer.  Pages 22, 23.

LEWIS, Clark, Buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Almond, NY.

LEWIS, George W., Co K, 130th Regiment, Volunteer of the 1st Dragoons, Prisoner at Beaver Dam.

LEWIS, Lester Dillon - b. October 16, 1830, at Almond. He enlisted on 31 September 1862, and was mustered in on November 22, 1862 as a Private in the 160th regiment, Company G. for 3 years.  Bounty - $50.  Parents- Lester D. LEWIS and Anna JONES.  Occupation - farmer. Pages 36 and 37.

LIPPENCOTT, Don Juan, - b. November 24, 1848, enlisted on September 19, 1864, at Hornellsville, Private in the 86th Reg., Company H.  He was wounded with a mini ball on the shin bone, October 27, 1864, at the Bull pen near Hatcher's Run.  He was discharged on June 2, 1865.  Parents: Peter K. LIPPENCOTT and Elizabeth JONES.  Pages 10 and 11.

LITCHARD, Allamanzo W. b. November, 12, 1841, at Sparta, Livingston co. NY.  Private, enlisted September 6, 1864 at Conesus, NY, mustered in September 7, 1864, 1st Heavy Artillery, Co. E., discharged June 17, 1865, sound.  Parents: George LITCHARD and Nancy BUZZEL.  Pages 6 and 7.

LITCHARD, Alexander , - B. Nov 12, 1842, at Sparta, NY, Private, Reg 86th Infantry, Co. D, enlisted on Aug 27, 1861, for 3 years, discharged on Nov 13, 1863, sound.  Parents: George LITCHARD and Nancy BUZZEL.  Address, Almond, NY. Pages 6 and 7.

LITCHARD, L. David, b. 1846, in Almond, NY, enlisted in 1863, Reg 86th Infantry, Co. H, served 1 year, wounded in leg at Hatcher's Run, married Ella G. METZ 1868.

LITCHARD, John B. Residence in Almond, NY, b. December 18, 1844, Private, enlisted Aug 17, 1863 at Almond, mustered in on Aug 29, 1863.v He was wounded in his wrist near Strausburgh, also wounded in the hip at Newtown.  Address: Almond, NY, Parents:  George LITCHARD and Nancy BUZZEL.  Pages 12 and 13.

LOBDELL, Paul, buried in Woodlawn Cemetery.

LOCKHART, John, buried in Fairview Cemetery.

LOWE, Ebenezer W., b. Aug 4, 1832, in Chenango Co. Corporal in the 136th Reg. of the New York Volunteers, Company H, enlisted Aug 1, 1862, at Almond, mustered in September 1862.  Bounty $50. Parents: Tunis LOWE and Abigail AVERY.  Prisoner for 10 months at Andersonville, Georgia, and discharged May 26, 1865, at Elmira, NY, occupation farmer.  Address, Almond, NY.  Pages 26 and 27.

LYNCH, Charles H. - b. June 21, 1845 in Almond, was a Private in Company B, enlisted on March 31, 1864, at Almond, mustered in on April 1864.v Parents: James LYNCH and Sarah WEAVER.  He was discharged at Alexandria, on August 8, 1865.  Farmer, Pages 10 and 11.

LYNCH, Luther, b. July 21, 1845, Almond, NY, enlisted at Almond Jan 1 1864 as a Private in the 1st dragoons co. H.  He was mustered in on Feb 5, 1864.  The bounty was $300.  His father was James H. LYNCH and his mother was Sarah WEAVER.  His previous occupation was farmer.  He died at Andersonville on Aug 4, 1864 of starvation, and was supposed to be buried there.  Pages 16 and 17.

MACKNEY, Mahan H. - b. 1836 in Sullivan Co. NY.  He was a private unassigned, enlisted and mustered in on Aug 20, 1863, for 3 years.  Bounty was $315.  He was a farmer.  He was a substitute for Ira WHITTAIAR of Almond.  Pages 36 and 37.

MAJOR, Steven, buried in Woodlawn Cemetery. 1827-1894. Co. E, 188th Reg., New York Volunteers.

MARSHARD, Leon - b. 1844, Canada, Private, unassigned, enlisted Oct 11, 1864 as a substitute for J. Hubell HAMMOND.  Pages 22 and 23.

MAXSON, Darwin I., Chaplain of the 85th Regiment, discharged on June 23, 1862.

McDONNELL, John H., 85th Regiment, Company E, 86th New York Infantry.

McGUIRE, Henry, b. 1843, Ireland, Private, enlisted 11 October 1864, at Almond, NY, Bounty - $800, Seaman, was a sub for Private Rodman R. SISSON, Draft. Pages 22 and 23.

McGUIRE, Thomas, - b. 1841 in Ireland, Private in the 5th Cavalry, enlisted 15 Oct 1864 for one year at Almond.  Bounty - $800, Laborer.  Pages 20 and 21.

McHAN, John - b. in Ireland, enlisted Oct 14, 1864, at Almond, NY.  He was white and his bounty was $800.  Pages 18 and 19.

McHENRY, Marion, - was a Private.  Buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Almond New York.

McHENRY, Matthew, buried in Fairview Cemetery, Almond, New York.

McHENRY, Veranus B. - b. Nor. 17, 1829, enlisted in Co D, the 86th NY Infantry, in 1861, Private, discharged May 1862, by reason of disability, Member of the Maxson Post GAR.

McHENRY, Walter, b. 1844, In 1862 he enlisted in Co G, the 160th Regiment of NY, served l1 months, reenlisted in the 88th NY Infantry, Co D in 1864, discharged 1865.  He was a member of Doty Post GAR #326 Hornellsville, buried in Fairview (Sand Hill) Cemetery, Almond, NY

McINTOSH, Charles, b. June 19, 1837, Almond, NY.v He was a first Lt. In the 130th Regiment, Company H, enlisted 6 August 1862 for 3 years and was mustered in on Aug 19, 1862.  His parents were: Daniel McINTOSH and Delana VanVECHTEN, his original occupation - farmer, discharged on July 20, 1865, sound.  Buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, in Almond. 1837- 1907.  Pages 10 and 11.

McINTOSH, Elmer D., Co D, 86th Regiment of NY Infantry, bounty - $800, enlisted on Dec 20, 1862 for 3 years.  Parents:  Daniel McINTOSH and Delana VanVECHTEN, previous occupation, farmer. He was discharged from the regular service on April 14, 1864.  Pages 14 and 15.

McINTOSH, John W., Co I, regiment 62, Private.  He is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Almond, NY.

McINTOSH, Joseph, 86th regiment of NY Infantry, Co D, corporal.

McISUARD, Francis - b. 1843 in Ireland.  He was a Private in the 10th Cavalry and enlisted at Almond, NY on Oct 14, 1864.  His previous occupation was boatman.  Pages 18 and 19.

McLEASE, Charles, of Almond, was a Private in Regiment 144, enlisted September 19, 1864 in Hornell, bounty - $1000, mustered in on Sept 19, 1864, parents - Cornelius McLEASE and Leona DAKE, farmer, discharged - not known. Pages 12 & 13.

McMANN, Franklin, b. April 28, 1818, in Selma, Alabama, was a Private in 141st regiment, Co. C, enlisted at Almond, NY on April 25, 1864 for 1 yr, bounty - $800, parents not known, discharged on June 8, 1865, sound, address - Almond, NY.

McNITT, William L. - b. August 14, 1844 at Livonia.  Residence was at Almond.  He was a Private in regiment 124 Company A.  He enlisted on August 5, 1864, at Castile. And was mustered in on August 9, 1864.  Was a farmer and single.  Bounty - $125.  Parents: John McNITT and Ruth BRAMCJ.  He was discharged on Jan 2, 1865 at Newburgh, NY, slightly wounded in neck at Petersburg.v Pages 32 and 33.

McWILLIAMS, Edward - b. 1843 in New York.  He enlisted on Oct 15, 1864, for 1 year as a Private in the 6th Heavy Artillery.  He was a farmer from Almond, NY.  Pages 20 and 21.

MEEKS, Elias, was Private in the 86th regiment, Co D. Enlisted on Sept 1861, parents - Hiram MEEKS and Julia VanDERBECK, previous occupation - farmer.  Pages 12 and 13.

MEEKS, Ephraim, b. Feb 11, 1843, at Burns, NY.  He was a Private in the 86th NY Regiment and in company I, who enlisted September 1861 at Almond for 3 years, and again in 1963 for 3 years, bounty - $300, parents:  Hiram MEEKS and Julia VanDERBECK, farmer, “discharged Jun 20, 1863” the first time and discharged second time on July 4, 1865, had fever twice while in the service.v Not sound now.v Address: Almond, Allegany co., NY.  Pages 14 and 15.

MEEKS, Oliver, b. 1845 in Almond, Private in the 188th Regiment, Co. E, enlisted September 1864 at Angelica.  Parents:  Hiram MEEKS and Julia VanDERBECK.v "Discharged July 8, 1863, sick about 5 and months at City Point. Troubled now with chronic diarrhea.  Pages 14 and 15.

MEKIENS, Franklin - b. April 28, 1838, at Selma, Dallas Co. Alabama.  He was a Private in Company C, Regiment 111, and had enlisted on August 25 1864.  He was mustered in on September 1864.  He was discharged on June 5, 1865, as sound.  His address was Almond, NY.  Pages 8 and 9.

MILLARD, John R., Private in Regiment 130th Volunteers, Co. H.

MITCHELL, George W., b. June 8, 1844, at Sparta, NY, enlisted on Oct 1, 1861, as a Private in Regiment 86, Co. D.  Later he was in Regiment 15.  Bounty - $300, discharged on July 1863, when wounded by a jimmy ball.  Enlisted again on Dec 1863, parents:  Maxson MITCHELL and Betsey GILBERT.  Pages 12 and 13.

MUERY, John - b. Ireland.  He enlisted on Oct 4, 1864 as a Private at Almond, NY.  The bounty was $800.  He was a laborer who served as a substitute for John J. UPSON of Almond.  Pages 22 and 23.

NEILL, William - residence was Birdsall, Allegany co. NY. b. Jan 11, 1844.  He was a Private in the 1st Dragoons, Company H.  He enlisted on Jan 1, 1864 and mustered on February 5, 1864.  He enlisted at Almond, NY with a bounty of $300.  Parents:  Arthur NEILL and Mary Ann LITTS.  He was discharged on July 18, 1865.  His address is Almond, NY.  Pages 16 and 17.

NEWELL, Seymour, served in Navy, Buried in Woodlawn Cemetery in Almond, NY.

NORTON, Arthur, buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Almond, NY. 1848-1922.

NORTON, Edgar L. - b. March 17, 1840, at Groveland, Livingston Co.  His residence was Mt. Morris.  He enlisted as a Private in Regiment B on March 31, 1864.  Parents - Ira NORTON and wife Malinda.  He was discharged Sept 1864 after he had been taken prisoner and was relieved on parole.  Pages 10 and 11.

NORTON, Eugene H. - b. July 24, 1845, in Iowa co., Michigan. - residence- Almond, NY, was a Private in regiment 179, Co. B, enlisted on March 31, 1862, for 3 years, at Almond, NY.  Bounty was Private Subscription.   He was white and his parents were Lemuel E. NORTON and Jane Mariah INGALLS.  Previous occupation was cabinet maker.  Pages 10 and 11.

>OLIVER, Horatio D. b. April 6, Barre, Worcester Co. Mass.  He was a Private 1st co H. First Dragoons and enlisted Jan 18, 1864.  He was mustered in Feb 5, 1864.  Bounty was $300.  His parents were Forbes OLIVER and Nancy.  Previous occupation - carpenter.  He was discharged on Jan 18, 1865.  As sound.  He was also listed in 19th NY Cavalry.   Address was Almond, NY.  Buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Almond. Pages 8 and 9.

OSGOOD, Ami W. - b. Oct 17, 1841, enlisted as a Private in the 25th Regiment, NY Volunteers, Co. G.  He enlisted on may 21, 1861 for two years.  He became a Corporal on September 18, 1862.  Parents:  Elijah T. OSGOOD and Olive BROWN.  He was a farmer.  He was discharged at Elmira on June 1863, and was sound.  His address was Corry, Erie CO, PA.  Pages 32 and 33.

OSGOOD, Saitwell - b. August 26, 1838.  He enlisted on Aug 19, 1862, and was mustered in then for 3 years  He was promoted to 1st Lieutenant on Oct 1862.  He was discharged on 15 May 1863, as sound.  Address was Almond, NY.  Parents were Elijah OSGOOD and Olive BROWN.

OSTRANDER, Theodore, enlisted on Jan 4, 1864 for 3 years.  The bounty was $300.  His residence was Birdsall, Allegany co., NY.  He was b. Feb 20, 1844.  He was a Private in the 1st dragoons, Company H.  His parents were John OSTRANDER and Jane CONOVER.  His previous occupation was as a farmer.  He was wounded on June 11, 1864 at Pavillion Station and transferred to invalid corps and is now in that corps.  Address:  Almond, NY. Pages 14 and 15.

PALMER, Henry D., was in the 161st regiment and NY company F.  and was at Battles of Port Hudson.  He is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery in Almond, NY

PARKER, Martin, Almond, NY, b. 1841 Almond, Private 1st Dragoons 1862, Bounty $25.  Parent:  Allen PARKER. Previous occupation - farmer.  He was wounded in the thigh at the Battle of Smith's Crossroads.  Discharged May 11, 1865.

PARSONS, Charles - b. Nov 20, 1843, in Mt. Morris, NY.  He was a Private in Regiment 188.  He enlisted Oct 4, 1864, at Phelps, Ontario co. for one year.  Parents:  Asahel PARSONS and Betsy WILLIAMS.  His previous occupation was farmer and he was discharged on July 2, 1865.  He was paid on July 11, 1865. Residence - Almond, NY. Pages 12 and 13.

PARSONS, George S., Private in Company H, Regiment 130th volunteers. (1st Dragoons).  D. December 18, 1864.

PARSONS, George T. - b. October 25, 1840 at Mount Morris. His residence was Almond, NY.  He was a Private in the 1st NY Dragoons, Company H.  He enlisted on August 6, 1862 for 3 years, was a farmer.  Parents:  Ashabel PARSONS and Betsy WILLIAMS.  He died on 17 or 18 of December 1864, at Harpers Ferry Island.  He was buried there.  He died of diphtheria.  He was married.  Pages 32 and 33.

PARTRIDGE, Ira - in the 19th NY Cavalry, Company H, buried in Merwin Cemetery, Almond, NY.

PERRY, Henry - Private in Company D, 86th regiment, NY infantry.  He is buried in Sand Hill Cemetery in Almond, NY.

PIKE, Joseph - b. 1839 in Canada, was a Private in 188th Regiment.  He enlisted at Almond on October 1864.  His bounty was $800.  Previous occupation - fireman.  Pages 18 and 19.

PLACE, William O. - He was a Private in Company H, the 130th Volunteers.

PRATT, David. 1861-1864, buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Almond.

PRIOR, Charles L. b. Feb 1, 1838, at Almond, NY.  He was a Private in Company D, the 86th NY Infantry, and in the 141st NY Infantry from 1862-1863.  He was discharged at Washington, DC at age 25.  He was wounded May 5, 1863.  He was a cripple for life.  He was wounded at Chancellorsville.  He was a prisoner for thirteen days and was discharged August 15, 1863.  Parents:  Harry B. PRIOR and Mahitable CARPENTER.  He is buried in North Valley, Almond.  Pages 4 and 5.

PRIOR, Clancy (Is this really, Chauncy?) - Peter CONOLLY was his substitute. Pages 24 and 25.

PRIOR, George - George R. WARDNER served as his substitute.  Pages 36 & 37.

PRIOR, Joseph Gillis - John WORKMAN served as his substitute. Pages 24 & 25.

PRIOR, Lewis J. - b. Dec 15, 1841.  He was a Private in Company H, the first Regiment of the New York Dragoons.  He enlisted on Jan 18, 1864, at Almond, age 22 to serve three years.  He was mustered in Feb 9, 1864,and discharged on June 30, 1865, at Clouds Mills, Va.  While in service, he took sick on Nov 16, 1864 and was unable to resume until March 1865.  Parents:  Philo PRIOR and Rebecca.  He is a brother of Chauncy, Ransom, Laura Ann, and Charles PRIOR.  His wife was Anna, and their son was John L. PRIOR.  His remains were brought from North Hill to Hornell Rural Cemetery in Hornell, NY and buried next to his wife Anna.  There are no markers or flags. His Almond address was North Hill, Bishopville, NY.  Pages 8 and 9.

PRIOR, William H. - b. July 6, 1845, at Almond, was a Private in Company H, 130th Volunteers.  Parents:  Harry B. PRIOR and Mahitable CARPENTER.  He enlisted Aug 1862 and was mustered in Aug 18, 1862, for 3 years at Almond.  There was no bounty.  He was discharged on July 11, 1865 and was sick a short time in the hospital.  He is now sound.  Address:  Almond, NY.  Pages 26 and 27.

QUIGLEY, William L., Company D, 86th Infantry, was a Private.

RAYMOND, Albert A. 1847-1917, buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Almond.

REED, Silas - He was a Private in Company H, 130th Regiment (Almond).  He died Nov 9, 1863.  Same as George? Buried in Woodlawn Cemetery.   The stone says George 1780- 1877.  George may have been his father.

RICHARDSON, Thompson - b. 1834 in Livonia, NY.  He enlisted as a Private on January 4, 1864, for three years in Regiment 109.  Bounty - $300.  His father was Jonathan RICHARDSON.  He returned sound.  Pages 14 and 15.

RICHARDSON, William - William HOPKINS took his place in the war.  Pages 36 & 37.

ROBINSON, Edwin - Ephraim HOLLIDAY took his place.  Pages 24 & 25.

ROGERS, Albertus C., age 25 years, enlisted on September 9, 1861 at Alfred, to serve 3 years, mustered in as Sergeant Company D.  on September 13, 1861:  re- enlisted as a veteran on December 30, 1863.  Wounded in action on May 5, 1864,. at Wilderness, VA, transferred to Colored Troops on Aug 3, 1864.  He died on Nov 29, 1918.

ROLF, Cebold - b. 1839 in Pennsylvania, was a Private in the 187th regiment, enlisted on Oct 15, 1864 at Almond.   His bounty was $800. He was a blacksmith previously. Pages 18 and 19.

ROPE, John - b. 1842 in Ireland.  Was a Seaman who enlisted and mustered in on Oct 13, 1864 for two years.  Previous occupation was mariner.  Pages 50 and 51.

ROSE, Elisha - d. Nov 1, 1863, was in Company H, 130 Volunteers from Almond, GAR, Doty Post #226.

ROSE, William A. - Captain when mustered out of Civil War and was in the 86th Regiment from New York.  He ran a drug and jewelry store in Almond.

RUDGER, John Allan - Charles H. SMITH served as his substitute.

SANBORN, William W.  1836-1915.  He was in Company F, the first Regiment of NY Dragoons, buried in Almond in Woodlawn Cemetery.

SANFORD, Frank - George HAMILTON took his place in the war. Pages 36 & 37.

SAYRE, Morton - He was a Private in the 161st Regiment, and was a nephew of John B. SAYRE and came to live with them (John B. SAYRE and Mary A.) His residence was Ohio.  Chap 30 who Only [sic] “Mort Sayre in or was the last they heard from him, on Harts Island.  He was at Ft. Schuyler for a month.  He was a private and still in service on October 16, 1864.” Previous occupation was a peddler.  Pages 4 and 5.

SERGENT, Morton - b. July 5, 1827, New Jersey, was a Private in the 10th Cavalry, enlisted for one year at Waverly, Tioga co., New York, was a resident of Almond, NY.  His bounty was $700.  His parents:  John SERGENT and Sarah HOPKINS. He was a farmer before enlisting.  He was discharged on June 8, 1865.  Pages 8 & 9.

SHIPMAN, George W. - b. 1843 in Canada. He enlisted on Oct 15, 1864, as a Private in the 61st Infantry.  His bounty was $800 and he enlisted at Almond, NY.  His previous occupation was that of butcher.   He was a sub for Squire H. BURDICK of Almond prior to the draft.  Pages 22 and 23.

SIMPSON, George Maurice - He was a resident of Almond, NY.  He was b. Nov 9, 1844, at Middletown, NY.  d. February 1863 “killed while out foraging near New Orleans.  Buried in the tombs there.”  He was a bugler for the 160th Regiment, company G.  He enlisted on Aug 30, 1862 for 3 years at Almond.  Bounty was $50.  Parents:  William Henry SIMPSON and Shirley Eliza JACOBUS.  His former occupation was tanner and currier.  Pages 28-29.

SISSON, George, Co. D. 5th Artillery.  All his battles were in Virginia:v Harper's Ferry, Winchester, Cedar Creek.

SISSON, Joseph - He was in Company D, 5th Artillery, all battles in Virginia: Harper's Ferry, Winchester, Cedar Creek.

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SISSON, Rodman R. - Henry McGUIRE was a substitute for Rodman. Pages 22 & 23.

SLINGERLAND, Walter - buried in Woodlawn Cemetery 1824-1874.

SLINGERLAND, Washington H., b. June 4, 1842 at Independence, NY.  He enlisted Sept 16, 1862 as a musician.  He was mustered in on September 20, 1862, and was discharged on March 20, 1863.  Parents:  Walter W. SLINGERLAND and Sophena CRANDALL.  He was previously a farmer.  Pages 10 and 11.

SLINGERLAND, William W., was in the 86th Infantry.

SMITH, Charles H. - b. 1840 in Russia, a Private, unassigned, enlisted Feb 1, 1865, mustered in on the same day at Almond, a seaman.  Bounty- $800.  He was a sub for John Allan RUDGER.  Pages 24 and 25.

SNOW, George W. - b. 1846 NY.  He enlisted September 1, 1864, as a Private in Company 5 for 1 year.  His bounty was $600.  He was previously a baker.  He was a substitute for Hiram B. COLWELL.  He was first draft and was killed.  Pages 20 and 21.

SNOW, William H. - b. Oct 8, 1841, in Angelica, NY.  His rank was musician and Private.  He was in the 1st dragoons and Company G.  He enlisted on April 4, 1865, at Almond.  His bounty was $400.  For 1 year.  His Parents:  Oramel SNOW and Nancy SERO.  He was a butcher.  He was discharged on July 18, 1865 and he was sound.  His address was Almond.  Pages 24 and 25.

STAMM, O. L. - In the Civil War at Libby prison - source Lizzie GREENE.  B. 1838, d. 1913, buried in Almond in Woodlawn Cemetery.

STEARNS, Calvin L. - He was killed at Gettysburg.

STEARNS, George W., b. April 1846, Private 1st Dragoons, Co. H for 3 years, was made corporal 1864.  Bounty was $300 Discharged on July 18, 1865 as sound.  Parents:  Calvin STEARNS and Laura HOWELL.  Previous occupation was farmer.  He is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery GAR.  His address was Almond, NY.  Pages 6 &7.

STEVENS, William Col. - b. 1833.

STEWART, Charles - was in the 8th volunteers, buried in Woodlawn Cemetery. 1843-1862.

STEWART, Edward - Private in 86th regiment, Co. D. Parent was Justis STEWART. He died in service. Pages 32 and 33.

STEWART, Hiram. - He was W.C. in Co. D. the 86th Regiment of the NY Volunteers.  b. 1841, d. 1902.   (I do not know what W.C. stands for.)  He was buried in Almond in Woodlawn Cemetery.

STILLMAN, Edwin Mason - James CENTER was his substitute.

STILLMAN, Elisha Potter - Edwin GARRISON was his substitute.  Pages 34 & 34.

STILLMAN, Ethan.- Private in co. H, 130th Volunteers.

STRAUB, Peter - b. 1846 in New York.  He was an unassigned Private, enlisted Feb 1, 1865 at Almond, NY, was mustered in on the same day for 3 years.  Formerly he was a farmer.  He was a sub for John A. LAMPHEARE of Almond.  Pages 24 and 25.

STURDEVANT, Estes A. - b. March 7, 1840.  He was a musician in the 86th regiment.  He enlisted for 3 years on September 14, 1862.  Parents:  Estes STURDEVANT and Phoebe WHEELOCK. He was discharged on Mar 20, 1863, as sound and enlisted for some other town after that.  Address.  Hornellsville, Steuben co., NY.  Pages 30-31.

STURDEVANT, Samuel W., CO I, 6th regiment of the NY State Volunteer Cavalry, enlisted Feb 2, 1864.

TEFFT, Thomas Sanders - b. June 8, 1844 at Angelica.  He enlisted at Almond on August 1, 1862, as a musician in the 130th regiment, CO H. He was mustered in September 3, 1862 for three years.  Parents were Benjamin TEFT/TEFFT and Isabel KENYON.  He was a mechanic.  Bounty - $25. He was discharged on July 19, 1865 at Rochester, NY.  His address was Almond, NY. Pages 26 and 27.

TEFT, William S. - b. Almond in 1832, enlisted at Almond in 1862 to serve 3 years, was in the 154th NY Infantry, Co. C.  Parents:  Jacob TEFT and Agnest EASTERBROOK who died in 1853.  Jacob married Sarah JOHNSON in 1860, buried in Teft Cemetery.

TENNEY, John M. - b. April 30, 1841 in Worcester, Mass, enlisted September 14, 1862, mustered in on September 20, 1862, as a musician in the 8th Volunteers, 86th regiment.  Parents:  Marshall TENNEY and Isabel S. TAYLOR, was a shoemaker.  “Discharged March 20, 1863, as sound.  The whole band of the Regiment was discharged at the same time.” He was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery in Almond.  Pages 30 and 31.

TENNEY, Samuel W. - buried in Woodlawn Cemetery.  1827- 1912.  In naval, as sailor.

TERWILLIGER, Benniah -85th regiment of New York, as a Private.

TERWILLIGER, David R. - Company D. 86th New York, Private.

TERWILLIGER, Thomas R. - 85th, Company D, 86th New York, Private, buried in Sand Hill (Fairview Cemetery) in Almond.

THATCHER, Otis - b. July 31, 1834, in Andover. His residence was in Almond. He enlisted and was mustered in on June 14, 1861 for 1 year as a seaman. His place of enlistment was Boston, Mass and the name of the vessel was U.S. Nightingale. His parents: Samuel C. THATCHER and Sarah CUTLER. His occupation was lawyer. He was discharged on July 26, 1862 on board U. S. receiving ship Ohio at Charleston, Mass. His address was Almond. Pages 50 and 51. This is the same person that enlisted in the land service on Aug 12, 1862 and was mustered in on Sept. 13, 1862, as a Private in the Cavalry, 9th regiment, Co. D. He was wounded at the Battle of Berrysville in the right leg and wounded with a saber near Aqua Creek. He was wounded at the 2nd Battle of Bull Run from shot. He was discharged on June 6, 1865. Pages 30 and 31.

THOMAS, George W. - b. 1845 in Brooklyn.  Was a resident of Almond.  He enlisted on January 4, 1865 as a Private and volunteer in the 19th Cavalry.  He was a carpenter.  His bounty was $300.  Pages 16 and 17.

THOMAS, Lafayette - Garland 's maternal grandfather, d. age 63.  Buried in cemetery in W. Almond.

THOMAS, Peleg - Owen KENEDY was his substitute.

THOMAS, Soreno K. - b. 1841 in Buckinghamshire. He enlisted on September 27, 1864 and was mustered in as a Private on Oct 6, 1864.  He reported from Major TWIN'S office without any description, regular Army.  He was in the 141st Regiment, Artillery.  His bounty was $800.  He was a farmer.  Pages 22 and 23.

THORP, Lt. Col. Thomas J. - b. 1833, was in 1st NY Dragoons or the 130th NY., Co. H. Almond, wounded five times, promoted to Colonel March 1, 1865.  Earlier he had helped organize the 85th New York and was made Captain of Co. E.  He was wounded at Fair Oaks but endured the sufferings of the great Seven Days Historic Retreat.  His father Montgomery THORP, and mother, Bethiah JONES were early settlers of Granger, Allegany co. NY.  There is a 25 foot tall granite monument erected by Gen. Thomas J. THORP in Short Tract.  His name is on the monument as well as the names of all the men of Granger who served.  It is the dominant monument in the cemetery and contains names of other THORPS and members of the JONES family.  (Some of this information came from Allegany and Its People by MINARD. Pages 520, 521.

TOBEY, James B. - b. 1846 New York, He enlisted September 25, 1864, for 1 year at Almond, as a Private.  He was mustered in on September 28, 1864, to the 3rd Regiment (the Battery).  His previous occupation was farmer.  He was the unassigned sub for Joseph VINVCENT just prior to draft.  The bounty was $800.  Pages 22 & 23.

TRAVIS, Ira - William CROSSMAN was his substitute. Pages 24 and 25.

TRAVIS, Ira C. - b. May 15, 1839 in Hornellsville.  He enlisted Aug 6, 1862 at Almond, was sick three months and discharged for disability on May 13, 1863.  He was a Sgt in the 1st Dragoons, Co. H, and buried in Woodlawn Cemetery.  1839-1918.  Parents:  John B. TRAVIS and Adaline DARTT. Pages 6 and 7.

TREAT, Lorenzo - Resident of Hornell.  B. October 15, 1816 at Almond.  He was a Private in the first regiment of Dragoons in Company G.  He enlisted on 15 March 1865 for 1 year at Almond.  He mustered in on April 1865.  Bounty - $100.  Was a shoemaker.  Parents:  Lewis TREAT and Mary Ann TREAT.  He was discharged on July 18, 1865 as sound.  His address was Almond, NY.  Pages 8 and 9.

TUCKER, Milo - b. February 2, 1836, at West Almond, NY. He was a Private in the 86th NY.  He enlisted in 1861 for 3 years.  “Discharged as sound 1863, re-enlisted, discharged on August 1, 1863.  Wounded in the hand with mini ball, cripple for life and was transferred to Veterans Reserve corps.  Address:  Almond, Allegany County.” Bounty was $300.  Parents were Jonah TUCKER and Susan WOODCOCK.  He was a farmer.  The previous information was given on Pages 14 and 15.  He was at Bull Run 2nd, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Mine run, Wilderness, Spottsylvania, Cold Harbor GAR.

TUCKER, William H. - b. Mar 23, 1840 in Allegany co., d. 1905.  He was a Private in Regiment 130, Company H.  He enlisted Aug 6, 1862 for 3 years and was mustered in on September 1862.  He was single and his bounty was $25.  Parents:  Jonah TUCKER and Susan WOODCOCK.  He was discharged on July 10, 1865 as sound.  He is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Almond, NY.  Pages 4 and 5.

UPSON, John, Jr. - John MUERY was a substitute for John Upson.

VAN DER POOL, Henry - b. in Penn., was a Private in the 16th Cavalry.  He enlisted on Oct 13, 1864, at Almond, NY.  Previously was a laborer.  Pages 16 and 17.

VINCENT, Eli S. B. - buried in Teft Cemetery.  “Son of David VINCENT and Freegift SANDERS, spent boyhood on Turnpike Farm of parents.  In the Battle of Gettysburg, as a member of a company of sharpshooters, he was engaged with an enemy sniper.  When he carelessly exposed his shoulder, the rebel was quick to take advantage and fired the fatal shot from which the young VINCENT died two weeks after that bloody and decisive battle.” From John REYNOLDS, a previous Almond historian.  Vincent died July 16, 1863, and was buried in Teft Cemetery.

VINCENT, Ernest B. buried in Turnpike Cemetery.

VINCENT, John C., - b. February 18, 1835, Enlisted in 1861 for three years in the 145th regiment, Company D as a first Sgt. in the New York Volunteers.  Parents:  David VINCENT and Freegift SANDERS.  Occupation - farmer.  He was at the Battle of Cedar Creek, and is buried in Merwin Cemetery.  He was discharged on June 27, 1863 for disability.  “His toils are past, his work is done, He fought the fight, his victory won.” 1835- 1901.  Pages 4 and 5.

VINCENT, Joseph - James B. TOBEY served as his substitute.  Pages 22 & 23.

VINCENT, Nathan Hull - b. Dec 5, 1840.  Parents David Vincent and Freegift Sanders.  He was a Lt. In 86th NY Volunteers.  He enlisted on August 27, 1861 and mustered in on Sept. 5, 1861, for three years.  He enlisted as a private, promoted to corporal and then to Sargent and ultimately to Lt. Col.  He was wounded at Battle of Bull Run and was disabled for 2 months. Was hit in knee at Chancellorsville, in the head twice , next wounded in the arm and thigh by a ball, both arms broken and part of one bone taken out which crippled him for life.  Returned to Hornellsville.  Pages 30-31.

VINCENT, Paulding. GAR

WAKEMAN, Joel - b. Oct 1809 in Duchess co., NY.  He was a Captain Regiment 130, Company H.  He enlisted August 19, 1862 at Almond, NY.  Parents: Elisha WAKEMAN and Mariah OSTROM.  His previous occupation was blacksmith.  He was discharged on September 254, 1862 and was disabled.  His address:  Painted Post, Steuben co., NY.  Pages 12 and 13.

WARD, James, - seaman who enlisted on October 1864.  B. 1820 in England.  He was mustered in on the same day, for a term of two years.  Occupation before was mariner.  Pages 50 and 51.

WARDNER, Pinton B. - George BURN was his substitute. Pages 22 and 23.

WARNER, George R. - b. 1845 in Broome Co. NY.  Private in the 68th Infantry, enlisted and mustered in on Aug 1, 1863, for 3 years. Occupation - farmer.  Bounty-$300.  He was a substitute for George PRIOR of Almond, NY.  Pages 36 and 37.

WATKINS, Ferdinand - sergeant in 188th regiment.  He enlisted on September 20, 1864 in Almond.  Parents:  Jared WATKINS and Mary JENKINS. Occupation, farmer.  Particulars not known.  Pages 14 and 15.

WEBB, Charles - b. September 20, 1845 in Alfred.  He was a resident of Almond.  He was a Private in Company O, 141st regiment.  He enlisted on 24 September 1864 for 2 years and was discharged on June 8, 1865 as sound.  He died on August 25, 1865 from chronic disease contracted in the army.  Parents were Samuel WEBB and Mary BUSKIRK.  Pages 8 & 9.

WELCH, John - b. 1841.  He was a Private in the 21sat Cavalry, enlisted and mustered in on August 8, 1863, for three years.  Bounty - $300.  He was a substitute for Albert R. WRIGHT,  of Almond. Pages 36 and 37.

WENTWORTH, Wilber Henry - b. Dec 1, 1842 in Berkshire, Mass.  He was drafted as a Private in 147th regiment, company G, on July 13, 1863, and mustered in at the same time for three years.  His parents were William WENTWORTH and Emily Asenith HULETT. Occupation - farmer.  He was killed on June 18, 1864.  Other particulars are not known.  Pages 34 and 25.

WENTWORTH, William Wallace - b. June 16, 1841, in Mass.  He was a Corporal in the 23rd regiment, co. G.  He enlisted April 27, 1861, mustered in on July 5, 1861 for two years.  Parents:  William WENTWORTH and Emily A. HULETT.  He was discharged on June 1863, sick with chronic diarrhea contracted in the army.  He was a farmer.  His address was Canaseraga.  Pages 38 and 39.

WERT, Delos - He was in the 5th Artillery, Company D. “fought in all battles in Virginia:  Harper's Ferry, Winchester, Cedar Creek”

WHITTAIAR, Ira - Mahan H. MACKNEY was his substitute. Pages 36 & 37.

WHITNEY, Albert Russell - b. Sept 17, 1840, in Almond.  He was a Private in regiment 130, Company H.  He enlisted on Aug 14, 1862, for three yrs. and was mustered in on August 19, 1862.  Bounty - $25, was a farmer.  Parents:  Rufus WHITNEY and Lydia Mariah PICKETT.  He was taken prisoner on May 5, 1863, and spent time in Libby Prison and from there to Andersonville and then taken to Camp Lawton.  He died on November 5, 1864 of chronic diarrhea.  He was buried at Camp Lawton.  Pages 32 and 33.

WHITNEY, Amie - He was a Private in Company H, the 130th Volunteers, 1st Dragoons.

WILCOX, William, buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, no stone. GAR.

WILNER, James W. - He came to Almond in 1867 after the war. In May 1861 he enlisted in CO H, 27th Regiment of the NY Volunteers.  In September 1864 he re-enlisted in Company F, 136th Regiment.  He was discharged June 1865.

WILSON, Henry - John WILSON was his substitute. Pages 36 & 37.

WILSON, John - b. 1841.  He was a Private in the 21st Cavalry, enlisted and mustered in on Aug 8, 1863 for three years.  His Bounty was $300.  He was a substitute for Henry WILSON of Almond.   Pages 36 and 37.

WITTER, Leroy - b. Feb 28, 1837, Almond, NY.  He was a Private in the 130 regiment, Company H. who enlisted Aug 12, 1862 and mustered on Aug 17, 1862 for a three year term at Almond, NY.  His bounty was $600.  His parents were Josiah WITTER and Cybil BURDICK - previous employment was as a farmer.  He was discharged on July 18, 1865 as sound.  His address was Wellsville, Allegany co. NY.  Pages 34 and 35.

Tombstone of Alonzo Woodard and his wives - contributed by Jerry Woodard.

WOODARD, Alonzo B. - enlisted at the age of 30 at Alfred, Allegany County, NY 11 August, 1862 as a Corporal.  He is shown on 3 September, 1862 , in Almond, NY, in MUSTER-IN ROLL of Captain Joel Wakeman's Company H, in the 130th Regiment of NYS Volunteers for a term of 3 years.  He was in the 1st Dragoons and was wounded in the left ankle on Jan 30, 1863.  The 1883 Steuben County Civil War Pensioners Hornellsville shows the following: Certificate No. 53,697; Name of Pensioner: Woodard, Alonzo B.; Cause for which Pensioned: wound left ankle; Monthly Rate: $12.00; date of original allowance: Nov. 1865.   His 2nd wife Sophronia received his persion after he died.   He is buried in Alfred Rural Cemetery. [Note: corrected information on this entry submitted by Jerry Woodard.]



WOODRUFF, John B. - He was in the 5th NY Cavalry, Army of Potomac.  He married first, Louisa WETHERY; second, Diana WITNEY.  He served from August 21, 1861, until July 19, 1865.  The Regiment was in 171 engagements.

WORKMAN, John - b. 1846 in New York.  He enlisted for 3 years on Feb 14, 1865, at Almond.  Bounty - $800.  He was a substitute for Joseph Gillis PRIOR in the Almond Draft.  Page 24 and 25.

WRIGHT, Albert - John WELCH was his substitute.  Pages 36 and 37.

WRIGHT, Seth Wesley - b. September 12, 1842.  He was Private in the 160th regiment, Company G.  He enlisted for 3 years on August 20, 1862.  He is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery.  Parents:  Amos WRIGHT and Angelica TRESCOTT. Occupation was farmer. “Died of camp fever February 5, 1862, eighteen miles from New Orleans at Camp Stephens.  He believed that privates from New Orleans had books and names from Hornell, Company G.”  They said that he was buried in a graveyard there.

YOUNG, Henry - b. March 27, 1838, at Springbrook Station. He was a Sergeant, was married and was wounded in the arm at Shenandoah Valley.  Parents:  Sylvanus and Eunice YOUNG.  He enlisted on August 6, 1862, and was mustered in on Nov 11, 1862.  Bounty was $25.  Pages 8 and 9.

YOUNG, William F. - was in the 85th regiment, Company D, as a Private.


The LITCHARD Brothers - Submitted by Linda Schwind

Alexander L. and Alamanzo W. LITCHARD were twins born 12 Nov 1841, Sparta, NY. Alexander L. LITCHARD married Myra Ann WOODS daughter of Leverett Ethelbert and Ann (HILL) WOODS, buried- Podonque Cemetery, Rushford, Allegany County, New York. Tombstone front:

Alexander L. LITCHARD born Nov 12, 1841 died Jan 16, 1922
Myra A. LITCHARD born June 29, 1852 died Feb 9, 1915

Tombstone back:

A. L. LITCHARD enlisted in Co D. 86 NY VOL Aug 29, 1861 Honorably Discharged Nov 12 1862.

Rushford Cemetery, Rushford, Allegany County, New York Cemetery list:

Alamanzo W. LITCHARD 1841-1906
Helen (W) 1840-1902
A. W. LITCHARD enlisted in co D. 86 NY Vol Sept 28, 1861, Hon. discharged June 26, 1865

The Rushford Centennial August 16-21, 1908, Page 176

Alexander L. LITCHARD age 20 years. Enlisted August 29, 1861, as private, for three years, Co. D, 86th NY Infantry; discharged November 12, 1862, for disability.

Alamanzo W. LITCHARD age 20 years. Enlisted August 29, 1861, as private, for three years, Co. D, 86th NY Infantry; discharged December 9, 1862, for disability, at Alexandria, Va. Second enlistment.


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