TOWN OF SENNETT
CAYUGA COUNTY, NY
CIVIL WAR VETERANS


Following are the names of men from the Town of Sennett
who engaged in the Civil War:

CIVIL WAR VETERANS

Joseph BOWEN, Hurley BOWEN and Delos BOWEN were three brothers. Delos was drowned in the Mississippi River, buried in the Lower Yard (North Cemetery), had a military funeral.

Otis BAKER
Henry BOZEAT
Steven JENERS
Cornelius Taylor CLARK+
George CASE
George DE LA FOUNTAIN
Seneca PHILLIPS
George BUNN
George HACKER
James HULETT
James CARR
George LEONARD
William RAMSEY
James LOCKE
Wilkes WATERHOUSE
John ROBINSON
Jesse COULTER
Ezra BANKS
Francis TYLER
William JOHNSON
Stillman LIVINGSTONE
Morgan JOSLYN
Gilbert WARNE
Isaac DARROW
James WOODIN
Thomas OGDEN
Charles WHITFIELD
Millard COBURN

+ son of Schuyler CLARK

William MILLER and Charles MILLER,brothers, born and lived in Sennett;
went west on a visit, enlisted and went from there; at the close of war
came back to Sennett.

Thomas RELPH drafted, went to Elmira, was classed.

Charles ANDERSON, son of Rev. Charles Anderson (Presbyterian minister),
went to the select scholl, left his books on window sill, went and
enlisted; at close of war, went to Constantinpole, Turkey as a missionary.

Mr. BARRITT left a wife and four small children here in Sennett.  
Widow lives in Auburn and is blind; she is knitting for the Red Cross.

Willard CASE and Oscar D. CASE, brothers; home in Navarino; enlisted in
Syracuse; at close of war came to Sennett.

George WEBBER and Ed WEBBER, brothers, killed in the battle at Bull Run.

(Recorded by William A. TANNER)
This list was taken from a book written for the Town of Sennett by the Sesquicentennial Committee.

Thanks to Linda Beyor for transcribing the information on this page into a digital format.


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