Mortality Schedule from the 
Census of 1865 ~

Soldiers from the Civil War ~
Lexington

Transcribed by Sylvia Hasenkopf from the original census


 

Name of Deceased Age at time of Death Civil Condition Citizen Alien upon Enlistment Year, month, and day Regiment first entered Original rank Regiment to which he belonged at time of death Rank at time of death Volunteer Drafted Substitute Representative Colored Promotion while in service Date of Death. Year, month, and day Place of death Died after leaving service Died while a prisoner of war Killed in battle Died of wounds received in battle Killed by accident Died of Accidental Wounds Died of sickness acquired in service Died of sickness not acquired in service Unknown Widow Parents Dependant Parents not dependant Number of Minor Children Left no children Dependant sisters Left none dependant Unknown Body sent to friends for Burial Place of Burial Remarks
Abram C. Hinkley 57 M 1   September 15, 1861 20th NYM Private 20th NYM Private 1           April 12, 1864 Upton Hill             1     1     5             Fairfax, County House
Iretus Venhousean 24 S 1   June 1862 65 Ill. Private 65 Ill. Segt. 1           July 21, 1864 Near Atlanta   1                                 Battle Field
Fredrick H. Frayer 20 S     November 21, 1862 177 NY Private 177 NY Private 1           July 4, 1863 Bon Carrie Bend           1                         Bon Carrie Bend, Vicksburgh, New O(rleans)
Albert Deyoe 39 M 1   November 21, 1862 177 NY Private 177 NY Private 1           August 22, 1863 Vicksburgh           1     1     2             Vicksburgh
Briggs J. Rider 22 M 1   January 4, 1864 20th NYM Private 20 NYM Private 1           July 19, 1864 City Point, VA           1     1     1           1 Shandaken, Ulster Co
John Lane 36 M 1   January 10, 1864 20th NYM Private 20 NYM Private 1           March 17, 1874 Brandy Station           1     1     1           Westkill, Greene Co
Lemuel Law 20 S     September 1, 1861 51st NYV Private 51st NYV Corp. 1         Promoted to Corp. Taken prisoner at Peterburgh. Suffered April 6, 1865 Lexington, Greene Co         1               1       Lexington, Greene, NY The rigors of Libby prison- five months was paroled, came home and died in 11 days , the effects of starvation
George Butler 20 S     September 16, 1861 20th NYM Private 20th NYM Corp. 1         Promoted from Private to a Corporal December 24, 1862 Finley Hospital     1                             Washington, DC Wounded 2 Battles of Bull Run
Eber Butler 28 M 1   Dec. 1863 20th NYM Private 20th NYM Private 1           September 4, 1864 City Point, VA                                   Westkill, Greene Co, NY
Walter Chapman 17 S     February 1864 20th NYM Private 20th NYM Private 1           November 16, 1864 City Point, VA                                   City Point, Va Typhoid Fever
Peter Decker 17 S     January 8, 1864 20th NYM Private 20th NYM Private 1           October 17, 1864 City Point, VA                                   Westkill, Greene Co, NY
Monroe Vanvalkenburgh 27 M 1   October 23, 1861 20th NYM Private 20th NYM Private 1           April 4, 1862 Columbia College Hospital, DC               1     2           Washington, DC The hospittal is unknown where he died
Philip Angle 23 S 1   Sep. 1861 20th NYM Private 4th NY Artillery Corp. 1         Wounded Aug 30, 1862, 2nd Bull Run. Discharged Feb 1863 in consequence of his wounds June 18, 1864 Before Peterburgh   1                               Battle field Reinlisted Jan 5, 1864 at Norwich, Chenango Co, NY
Jeremiah R. Happy 17 S     Fe. 1864 15th NY Cav. Private 15th NY Cav Private 1           March 23, 1864 Albany Hospital                                   Olive, Ulster Co, NY
Westly Tompkins 19 M     Feb 10, 1864 93rd NY Vol Private 93rd NY Vol Private 1           June 16, 1864 Finley Hospital                                   Washington, DC
Henry M. Vanvalkenb(urgh) 20 S     Jan 1, 1864 20th NYM Private 20th NYM Private 1           August 14, 1864 City Point, VA           1                       City Point, Va
George Finch 23 S 1   Sep 20, 1861 20th NYM Private 20th NYM Private 1           August 24, 1862 Manassa       1                             Battle field
Peter Vandenburgh 24 M 1   Aug 1862 120nd NYV Private 120nd NYV Private 1           Jan 1863               1     1     1             Died of fever

 


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