Alonzo Hubbard Cook, Yorkshire Civil War Veteran

 
Date: Wed, 12 Mar 1997 11:51:15 -0800
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Alonzo Hubbard Cook, b 6 Oct 1815, d 21 June 1901.  He was the son of
Reuben and Laura Cook, born in Ticonderoga Co.  He came to Cattaraugus
Co in 1828, married Polly Howell 1 June 1842.  He enlisted at the
Universalist Church, Delavan 31 Dec 1861, joined Company K 105 N.Y.V.I.
1st Brigade - 1st Division - 3rd A.C.--fought at Haymarket and Antietum. 
Was wounded at Antietum.  Gunshot wounds in  head and left arm and left
leg.  Was in the field hospital in Washington until recovered and
returned to Regiment.  Captured at Gettysburg and sent to Annapolis,
then paroled.  Honorably discharged 25 April 1865 at Elmira, New York. 
Buried under the auspices of the Howell Post 390 G.A.R. of which he was
a member.  Internment at Mapledale. By Nelle Cook

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