Roll of Honor
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Enlisted men were the unsung, and largely undocumented, heroes of the Civil War. This page is an attempt to document those unrecognized soldiers that fought in the war. Unit names are linked to pages on that unit, if available. Each soldiers name is linked to a mini-bio of that soldier, usually submitted by a researcher.
This page is for soldiers who served from Cortland Co. in the following units -
Infantry: Regts., 12th, 19th, 23d, 76th, 93d, 114th, 156th, 157th, 175th, 185th, 194th
Cavalry: Regts., 10th.
Artillery: Regts., 3d, 16th.
WORK IN PROGRESS
|Alexander Bates-  ||Company D||5 Sep 1862 -  ||12 Nov 1862    ||Discharged due to a health problem|
|Newton Bates -  ||Company D||5 Sep 1862 -  ||16 Nov 1862    ||
Deserted (to be with father? - see Alexander above)|
dishonorably discharged on 7 Mar 1866 with loss of all pay and allowances
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