Complete Record,
as Required by Chapter 690, of the Laws of 1865,
Relating to
Officers, Soldiers and Seamen
Composing the Quotas of the Troops Furnished to 
the United States
by the 
Town of Athens
County of Greene
State of New York,
in the War of the Rebellion, and covering the period from the 15th day of April 1861
to the date of the Certificate of the Town Clerk, attached to this Record


From the microfilm copy located at the New York State Library, in Albany, transcribed by Sharon Palmateer

Every effort has been made to transcribe this record accurately, however the original microfilm was difficult to read, so errors are possible

This project is in Memory of Frances Garrett Zuhowski, whose daughter donated funds in her name to make this project possible



Name Residence Date of Birth Place of Birth Present Rank Regiment Letter of Company E-when enlisted M-when mustered and rank Enlisted for M-month   Y-year Place of enlistment W=white C=colored Bounty paid by Town Bounty paid by County, if discharged by Supr Relief granted to Family by Town  S=single M=married Names of parents & previous occupation Promotions, resignations, discharges, deaths, etc. with dates, causes, etc.  If deceased, state whether any disease, accident or on the fields of battle, give place of burial.  If not deceased and out of service, give present PO address.
Briggs, Silas Jr. Athens, NY Jun 14, 1842 Coxsackie, NY Private 120 D E Aug 7, 1862 3y Kingston W None None None S Silas & Emma Briggs; Boatman In battles Fredericksburg under Burnside, Chancellorville, Gettysburg, Wilderness siege and capture of Petersburg.  5 days --- capture of Genl Lee. Discharged from service Jun 2 65. Still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M
Spencer, John Henry Athens, NY Jan 3, 1842 Catskill, NY Private 98 B E Jan 02, 1863 3y Poughkeepsie W None None None S Andrew & Jane Ann Spencer; Farmer In battles Cold Harbor, wounded 2nd Battle before Petersburg. Sent to --- Hospital Point of Rocks where he died Oct 12 64 & was buried there
M Feby 5, 1863
Spencer, James Madison Athens, NY Aug 11, 1845 Catskill, NY Private 113 E E Aug 11, 1862 3y Albany W None None None S Andrew & Jane Ann Spencer; Farmer Taken prisoner 1st Battle of Peterburg Jun 16 64, sent to Richmond thence to Andersonville where he died Oct 64
M Aug 16, 1862
Spencer, Andrew Athens, NY April, 1816 Lexington, NY Private 5 Cav M E Oct 23, 1861 3y Athens W None None None M Taylor & Mary Spencer; Farmer In battles Slaughter Mountain, Strausburg, Antietam, discharged from service Oct 5 62 at Arlington Height on surgeon's certificate of disability.  Still living. Post Office address Athens, Greene Co., NY
  M Oct 30, 1861
Gaupile, Patrick Athens, NY {blank} Ireland Private 159 G E Jan 26, 1864 3y Hudson W None None None M Names of parents unknown; Laborer In battles Winchester, Cedar Creek, Fisher's Hill. Discharged from service Oct 12 65 still living Post Office address Savannah, Ga
M Feb 8, 1864
Miller, Warren Athens, NY {blank} not known Private 159 G E Jan 26, 1864 3y Hudson W None None None S Peter & Mary Miller; Farmer In no battles, discharged from service Oct 12 65 at Augusta, Ga by reason of genl orders.  Still living Post Office address Coxsackie, Greene Co., NY
M Feb 8, 1864
Brooks, Isaac Newton Athens, NY Jan 31, 1841 Athens, NY Private 120 K E Aug 20, 1862 3y Greenville W None $50 None S Jacob & Ann Eliza Brooks; Farmer In no general battles and is believed to have died in Virginia in April 63
M Aug 28, 1862
Van Loon, Chauncey Athens, NY Nov 3, 1846 Athens, NY Private 95 H E Apr 1, 1864 3y New York City W None $100 None S Isaac & Maria Van Loon; Farmer Promoted orderly May 12 64 in battles Spotsylvania Court House and discharged from service for genl orders Jun 3 65. Still living Post Office address Jersey City, NJ
M Apr 12, 1864
Seaman, Samuel Athens, NY Sep 30, 1836 Athens, NY Private 5 Cav M E Oct 8, 1861 3y Athens W None $100 None S Hezekiah & Eliza Seaman; Boatman In no general battles, discharged by special orders of the President.  Still living  Post Office address Athens, NY
M Nov 25, 1861
Clough, Jeremiah Athens, NY {blank} Unknown Private 5 Cav M E Oct 8, 1861 3y Athens W None $100 None M Names of parents not known; Carpenter In no general battles, discharged by reason of special order of President. Still living  Post Office address unknown
  M Nov 25, 1861
Reed, Joseph Clecot(?) Athens, NY {blank} Unknown Private 159 I E Oct 3, 1862 3y Hudson, NY W None None None M Joseph & Lucinda Reed; Painter Wounded at battle of Irish Bend, in battle Montezuma ----, wounded at Hale Town, Va, discharged from service by reason of disability. Still living, Post Office address New York City
M Nov 1, 1862
Van Hoesen, John Evert Athens, NY Aug 16, 1827 Athens, NY Private 91 D E Sep 14, 1864 1y Albany W None None None M William & Catherine Van Hoesen; Farmer In battles Hatchers Run, Petersburg, Appomattox Court House & capture of Genl Lee.  Discharged by reason of genl orders.  Still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Sep 14, 1864
June, Thomas Athens, NY Mar 15, 1829 Athens, NY Private 95 G E Aug 15, 1861 3y Catskill W None None None M Justice N & Mary Ann Jensen; Farmer In battle Wilderness, May 64 and since that time had not been heard from
M Dec 17, 861
Sherman, George A. Athens, NY Apr 2, 1831 Coxsackie, NY Private 47 K E Aug 15, 1861 3y Brooklyn W None None None S John & Betsy Sherman; Boatman In battles Port Royal Ferry, Gas Island Siege of Fort Wagner, wounded at battles of -luster July 20 64, discharged from Hospital Hilton Head, sent on --- service to NY with Capt of 47 Reg & discharged from service on genl orders PO address Athens, NY
M Sep 15, 1861
Gritman, John Athens, NY Nov 5, 1826 Blenheim, Schoharie Co., NY Private 30 E E May 7, 1861 2y Athens, NY W None None None S Ebenizah & Maria Gritmon; Boatman In battles 2 Bull Run, Chancellorville & discharged from service Jun 18th 63 at Albany by reason of expiration of term of service; still living  Post Office address Jersey City, NJ
M Jun 1, 1861
Noyes, Nathaniel Ed. Athens, NY Mar 24, 1843 Livingston, Columbia Co., NY Private 30 E E May 7, 1861 2y Athens, NY W None None None S William Austin & Lavina Noyes; Boatman In battles 2 Bull Run, Chancellorville; discharged from service Jun 18th 63; still living Post Office address New York City
M Jun 1, 1861
Tiffany, John Athens, NY Apr 14, 1847 Athens, NY Private 159 I E Sep 1, 1862 3y Hudson W None None None S Delamater & Lucy A. Tiffany; Boatman In battles Irish Bend, Port Hudson, Red River Campaign, transferred to Virginia in Battles Hall Town, Tribes Hill,--------- transferred to Georgia Discharged Oct 12 63 still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Nov 1, 1862
Buckley, Francis Jas Athens, NY July 27, 1838 Athens, NY Private 30 G E May 7, 1861 2y Athens W None None None S John & Margaret Buckley; Boatman After faithfully servince his country for one year, he was killed in action at batt 2nd Bull Runn Aug 30 62 & buried on battlefield
M Jun 1, 1861
Minnerly, Charles Wheeler Athens, NY Feb 16, 1836 Athens, NY Private 5 Cav I E Sep 26, 1861 3y Staten Island W None None None S Elisha & Anna Minnerly; Ship Carpenter Discharged by special order of the President. Still living Post Office address Athens, NY
  M Not
Edwards, Wm Henry Athens, NY Nov 15, 1840 Athens, NY Private 5 Cav I E Oct 10, 1861 3y Staten Island W None None None M Andrew & Catherine Edwards; Laborer Discharged by special order of the President. Still living Post Office address Athens, Greene Co., NY
M Not
Ferris (?), John Athens, NY (too dark - cannot read line) Private ? ? E May 7, 1861 ? Athens, NY W None None None S Patrick & Hannah Ferris(?); Boatman After serving his country faithfully for over one year, he was killed in action at battle 2nd Bull Run Aug 30 62 buried on battlefield.  He was a good and faithful soldier.
M ?
Clough, George Washington Athens, NY Aug 23, 1846 Athens, NY Private 42 ? E ? 3y Albany W None None None S Abram & Ruth Clough; Boatman In no battles in three months after leaving, he was attacked with typhoid fever & died in Hospital at Raleigh, NC & was buried there.
M ?
Van Loon, Isaac Athens, NY Apr 19, 1833 Athens, NY Private 95 A E Dec 11, 1861 3y Catskill W None None None M Jacob I & Lucinda Van Loon; Boatman Promoted Sargeant Jan 1 62 in --- on battles ---- Va, discharged Jan 26 64 reenlisted Vet Vols Jan 26 64 at Culpepper --- Reg for 3y Captured Aug 21 64 at Weldon Road sent to Libby Prison thence to --- --- thence to Salisbury paroled Mar 3 65 discharged Jun 3 65. Post Office address Athens, NY
M Dec 17, 1861
Manning, Isaac M. Athens, NY May 18, 1845 Catskill, NY Private 3 C E Feb 20, 1865 3y Albany W None None None S Joshua & Elizabeth Manning; Boatman In no battles discharged from service Aug 28, 186- at Raleigh, NC  Still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Feb 25, 1865
Warner, Wm Justice Athens, NY Sep 16, 1812 Athens, NY Private 109 G E Sep 16, 1862 3y Hudson W None None None M William Justice & Amelia Warner; Farmer In battle Irish Bend, Vermillion Bridge, Opilousa, Port Hudson, Donaldsonville, Discharged form service Nov 28, 186- with disability  Post Office address Athens, NY
M Nov 2, 1862
Brady, Caleb Coffin Athens, NY Jan 8, 1845 Athens, NY Private 109 G E Jan 29, 1864 3y Hudson W None None None S George C. & Jane Brady; Boatman In battle Hall Town, captured at Winchester Feby 19 64, sent to Libby to Belle Island thence to Salisbury, NC. Signed parole at Goldsboro Jul 27 65 returned to regiment Jun 26 65 discharged Aug 24 65 still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Feb 20, 1864
Manning, David M. Athens, NY Apr 12, 1846 Malden, Ulster Co., NY Private 1st Conn Hvy Art K E Dec 19, 1863 3y New Haven, Conn W None None None S John A. & Maria Manning; Boatman Promoted Corporal July 1 65 In battles of May-June & Aug being the -- attacks on Genl Butlers lines at Bermuda Hundred, before Petersburg captured Mar 25 65 at Fort Steadman, sent to Richmond. Paroled Mar 31 & discharged Sep 25 65. Still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Dec 19, 1863
Brooks, Rowland Athens, NY Feb 19, 1845 Athens, NY Private 159 G E Jan 26, 1864 3y Hudson W None None None S Jacob & Eliza Brooks; Farmer In battles Hall Town, Baryville, Winchester, Fishers Hill discharged form service Oct 12 65 at Augusta by special orders No. 36 Hdqs (?) Dept Ga, still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Feb 8, 1864
June, Justice Athens, NY Sep 29, 1829 Athens, NY Private 159 A E Sep 15, 1862 3y Hudson W None None None M Justice & Mary June; Farmer In battles Irish Bend, Vermillion Bridge, Opelousa, Donaldtonville, Port Hudson, Hall Town, Winchester, Cedar Creek & Fishers Hill discharged from service Oct 12 65 at Augusta, Ga Still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Oct 15, 1862
June, Samuel Athens, NY Jan 1, 1826 Athens, NY Private 43 E E Sep 4, 1861 3y Albany W None None None S Justice & Mary June; Farmer In battles Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, Harpers Ferry, 2nd Bull Run Discharged from service Dec 25 63 reenlisted as Vet Vols. In battles before Richmond was at capture of Richmond & discharged form service Jan 28 at Albany (?) Still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Sep 5, 1861
Hollenbeck, Jacob Athens, NY May 19, 1826 Athens, NY Private 159 G E Jan 25, 1864 3y Hudson W None None None S John & Mary Hollenbeck; Carpenter In battles Hall Town, Baryville wounded at Winchester Sep 19 1864 in hospital 2 mo, discharged from service Oct 15 65 at Augusta, Ga by SO  No.Q64 36 Hdqs (?) Dept Ga. Still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Feb 8, 1864
Perry, Franklin Athens, NY Jan 12, 1845 Athens, NY Private 159 G E Jan 25, 1864 3y Hudson W None None None S John A. & Eliza Perry; Farmer In no general battles --- @ 60 days furlough from Marine Hospital at New Orleans returned to reg Nov 1 64 discharged from service Oct 12 65 at Augusta Ga by S. O. no 36 --- Dept Ga Still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Feb 8, 1864
Day, Alexander Athens, NY Nov 17, 1845 Athens, NY Private 159 G E Jan 25, 1864 3y Hudson W None None None S William & Jane Day; Farmer In battles Hall Town Baryville Winchester Cedar Creek and Fishers Hill discharged from service Oct 12 65 at Augusta Ga S.O. no 36 Still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Feb 8, 1864
Tiffany, James L. {blank} {blank} {blank} Private 159 E E Jan 24, 1864 3y Hudson W None None None M William & Sally Tiffany; Farmer Promoted --- Sergt any --- In no battles discharged May 9 65 at Harts Island NY Harbor by reason of genl order no 77.  Still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Feb 9, 1864
Van Valkenburg, Chas Edward Athens, NY Jan 17, 1848 Coxsackie, NY Private 159 G E Jan 27, 1864 3y Hudson W None None None S Abram & Ann Van Valkenburg; Carpenter Promoted Corporal Oct 10 65 In battles Hall Town, Berryville, Winchester, Cedar Creek & Fishers Hill Wounded at battle Winchester Oct 19 64 Discharged from service Oct 15 65 at Augusta Ga still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Feb 1, 1864
Secord, Wm Stanton Athens, NY Jul 7, 1849 Athens, NY Private 15 B E Aug 10, 1864 3y Jersey City W None None None S Charles & Christina Secord; Shoemaker In battles Shenandoah Valley taken prisoner before Richmond paroled Apr 5 65 Discharged from service Jun1st 1865 still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Aug 15, 1864
Kennedy, John Athens, NY Aug 30, 1815 Athens, NY Private 15 Hvy Art M E Feb 4, 1864 3y Poughkeepsie W None None None M William & Margaret Kennedy; Farmer In battles Wilderness, Deep Bottom, Cold Harbor before Petersburg on Weldon Road south side & Danville Roads at the capture of Genl Lee. Discharged from service Aug 22 65 at Washington DC on order 192, still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Feb 5, 1864
Teal, Lawrence Alonzo Athens, NY Apr 30, 1835 Stockport, Columbia Co., NY Private 30 G E May 7, 1861 2y Athens, NY W None None None S Lawrence & Mary Teal; Laborer Wounded and captured at 2 Bull Run Aug 20 62, paroled at Anapolis Dec 1 62 in battles Chanceloville discharged from service Jun 18 63 at Albany by reason of expiration of time of service still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Jun 1, 1861
Fulton, Isaac Athens, NY Jun 13, 1846 Catskill, NY Private 4 Hvy Art I E Jan 15, 1864 3y Poughkeepsie W None None None S Thomas G. & Rachel Fulton; Miller In nearly all battles of the Army of Potomac under Grant was wounded before Petersburg and died in Hospital at City Point, Va Oct 2 64 and was buried there
M Feb 1, 1864
Coon, Peter Athens, NY Feb 25, 1822 Columbia Co., NY Private 91 I E Sep 3, 1864 1y Albany W None None None M Harmon & Hannah Coon; Mason Promoted Sergt Sep 20 64 detailed at Mason at Harts Island and discharged from service May 15 65 at Harts Island by reason of genl orders no 77 still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Sep 3, 1864
Daikens, John William Athens, NY Aug 19, 1845 Athens, NY Private 109 C E Jan 18, 1864 3y Hudson W None None None S John & Eliza Daikens; Boatman In no genl battles received furlough from Marine Hospital, NC and died during furlough at Athens, NY Aug 6, 1864 and was buried there
M Jul 7, 1864
Perry, Jacob Athens, NY Jan 11, 1848 Athens, NY Private 47 K E Sep 13, 1861 3y New York W None None None M Peter & Hannah Perry; Boatman In battles James Island Drury Bluff Cold Harbor at taking Fort Sumpter Fort Royal Fort Pulaski Petersburg Bermuda Hundreds wounded at Olustio(?) ---. P--- twice wounded at Bermuda Hundred discharged from service Sep 3 1864- expiration of service still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Sep 13, 1861
June, Justice Martin Athens, NY Apr 8, 1839 Athens, NY Private 59 C E Aug 1, 1863 3y Albany W None None None S Joshua & Eliza June; Farmer Captured near Wilder RRoad and is believed to have died at Andersonville, GA
M Sep 1, 1863
June, Jacob Athens, NY Feb 7, 1838 Athens, NY Private 43 E E Aug 10, 1861 3y Albany W None None None S Thomas & Domiat(?) June; Farmer In battles Lee's Mills 2 Bull Run Antietam, captured at Fredericksburg May 6 62 sent to Richmond paroled May 20 62 Discharged Dec 24 63 enlisted as Vet Vol same Reg lost a foot & captured at Spotslyvania paroled --- 1 64 Discharged Mar 15 65 still living P. O. Address Athens, NY
M Sep 5, 1861
Wentworth, Jacob Athens, NY May 30, 1836 Athens, NY Private 30 G E May 7, 1861 2y Athens, NY W None None None S John & Catherine Wentworth; Boatman In principal battles Western Va discharged from service Jun 15 63 by reason of expiration of term of service still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Jun 1, 1861
Rainey, James Athens, NY Apr 12, 1832 Athens, NY Private 5th Cav M E Oct 9, 1861 3y Athens W None None None S William J. & Mary Rainey; Laborer In no general battles & discharged from service at Camp Harris Annapolis, Md Jul 23 62 by reason of physical disability since died & buried at Athens, NY
M Nov 12, 1861
Hosford, William Henry Athens, NY Feb 25, 1844 Medusa, Albany Co., NY Private 120 K E Aug 8, 1862 3y Coxsackie W None None None S Willis & Almira Hosford; Brickmaker In battles Western Va & killed at Battle of Tolopoloma Creek May 31 64 & buried on battlefield
M Aug 22, 1862
Hollenbeck, Nathan Howard Athens, NY Mar 17, 1845 Athens, NY Private 8 B E Mar 31, 1861 3y Hudson, NY W None None None S William & Ann Hollenbeck; Carpenter In battles Cedar Mountain Fredericksburg, Antietam, Gettysburg through Tennessee Campaign wounded at Nashville Tenn, La Dec 1864 discharged Jul 15 65 by reason of expiration of time of service still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M May 30, 1861
Wager, Howard Athens, NY not known not known Private 4 Hvy Art F E Jan 15, 1864 3y Hudson, NY W None None None M Parents name unknown; Blacksmith His career as a soldier & Post Office address are entirely unknown
M Jan 20, 1864
Raymond, James Athens, NY Apr 2, 1841 Athens, NY Private 30 C E Apr 17, 1861 2y Albany W None None None S William & Mary Raymond; Boatman In battle Frederickburg, Discharged at Albany Jun 27 -- reenlisted Oct 3 64 133 Reg. Co B Transferred Jun 20 65 to 90 - Vet Vols discharged at Savannah Ga Oct 20 65 still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Jun 25, 1861
Harrington, Edwin Athens, NY Apr 5, 1846 Roxbury, Delaware Co., NY Private 4 Hvy Art B E Jan 18, 1863 3y Poughkeepsie W None None None S Robert & Maria Harrington; Boatman Participated in nearly all the battles of the Army of the Potomac under Grant, was before Petersburg and at capture of Genl Lee Discharged Aug 2 65 at Washington DC still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Jan 26, 1863
Fitzgerald, Edward Athens, NY Nov 1, 1841 Ireland Private 109 C E Jan 14, 1863 3y Hudson W None None None S James & Bridget Fitzgerald; Laborer In no general battles Discharged Oct 25 65 at Harts Island, NY Harbor, still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Feb 8, 1863
Gardner, Addison Abram Athens, NY Oct 8, 1844 Athens, NY Private 93 D E Nov 21, 1861 3y Northhampton, Fulton Co., NY W None None None S Sylvester & Mary Ann Gardner; Farmer Wounded at Whitehouse In battles of Yorktown seven days battles before Richmond 2nd Bull Run, South Mountain, Antietam, Fredricksburg, Gettysburg reenlisted Dec 21 63 at Brandy Station VA 3y lost his leg at Forte Wilderness, final discharged May 5 65 Wash DC still living  Post Office address Athens, NY
M Jan 8 , 1861
Woolford, Edward Athens, NY May 15, 1844 Athens, NY Private 113 E E Aug 11, 1862 3y Albany W None None None S Staats D. & Olive Woolford; Farmer Transferred Dec 1862 to 7th NY Hvy Art, wounded as Maloron Hill in battle before Gettysburg & Richmond was at capture of Genl Lee Discharged Jun 18, 1865 still living  Post Office address Athens, NY
M Aug 13, 1862
Lewis, Oscar Athens, NY Apr 20, 1846 Athens, NY Private 159 C E Jan 26, 1864 3y Hudson W None None None S Andrew & Laura Ann Lewis; Boatman In battles Adad Creek, Winchester, Fishers Hill, Hall Town.  Discharged Oct 12, 1865 at Augusta, GA by reason of genl order no 30 Hdqr Dept Ga still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Feb 8, 1864
Lucas, Chas Bartlett Athens, NY Nov 13, 1827 New Baltimore, NY Private 5 Cav E E Sep 27, 1861 3y Athens, NY W None None None M William & Zilla Lucas; Laborer In no battles discharged at Harrisburg, Va still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M not mustered
Keltz, John Athens, NY Jul 25, 1825 Claverack, Columbia Co., NY Private 91 --- E E Aug 30, 1864 1y Kinderhook, NY W None None None M William & Sally Keltz; Drayman In no battles discharged June 19, 1865 at Baltimore, MD still lviing Post Office address Athens, Greene County, NY
M Aug 31, 1864
Jackson, David M. Athens, NY Jul 4, 1848 Albany, NY Private 49 --- B E Aug 10, 1864 3y Arevich, Shenango Co., NY W None None None S Thomas & Mary Elizabeth Jackson; Farmer In battle Ewells Farm before Petersburg & Richmond and at capture of Genl Lee  Discharged Aug 4, 1865 at New York  still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Aug 10, 1864
Scutt, Addison Athens, NY Mar 11, 1847 Cairo, Greene Co., NY Private 146 E E Aug 30, 1864 3y Kingston W None None None S Edward & Amanda Scutt; Laborer In battles Hatcher Run, Poplar Crown Church before Petersburg & Richmond Entered Harwood US Genl Hospital in latter part of March 65.  Discharged from hospital & service June 3, 1865.  still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Sep 1, 1864
Dimmick, Eugene D. Athens, NY Jul 31, 1840 Athens, NY Lieut 5 Cav M E Sep 12, 1861 3y Athens W None None None S Elnathan N. & Jane Dimmick; Clerk Promoted 2nd Lieut May 9, 62 1st Lieut Aug 28 62 Capt Jul 4 63 discharged from service for physical disability from wounds received in service Feb 3 64 --- bet Reserve Corps took part in following battles, -- Winchester, --- --- at Shenendoah Valley, Culpepper, Cedar Mountain, 2 Bull Run, Antietam, --- at Hagarstown, Jul 6 62 severely wounded minnie ball through wrist joint in right hand, --- service Jul 11 62 in training & lives & --- recorded by Major -- staff officer --- --- --- by --- ---. Still in service
M Oct 7, 1861 Sergeant
Collier, Isaac Athens, NY Jul 10, 1843 Athens, NY Sergt 5 Cav M E Oct 17, 1864 3y Hudson W None None None S John P. & Fannie Collier; Farmer Promoted Corporal Dec 1, 61 Sergt Jan 1 63 participated in --- In battles in Md, Va, PA taken prisoner at Durmiddie (?) Court House Mrch 11 63 discharged expiration of term of service still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Oct 17, 1864
Foster, James Post Athens, NY 1832 Athens, NY Lieut Col 5 Cav M E Sep 21, 1861 3y Athens W None None None M James G. & Anna Foster; Merchant Promoted Major Aug 29 62 Lieut Col May 27 63 of the 118th Reg. was promoted Col on recommendation of Genl Banks but could not be mustered in on account of not having the specified number in Reg. left the service Nov 27 1865 still living Post Office address Raliegh, NC
M Sep 21, 1861 Captain
Bogardus, Wm Henry Athens, NY Apr 19, 1844 Athens, Ny Private 5 Cav M E Oct 18, 1861 3y Athens W None None None S Jeremiah & Amelia Bogardus; Boatman In principal battles Western Va discharged Oct 19 1864 by reason of expiration of term of service still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Oct 18, 1861
Coe, James Athens, NY Jul 21, 1845 Bethlehem, Conn Private 109 C E Jan 11, 1864 3y Hudson W None None None S Joshua & Susan Coe; Carpenter In battles Cedar Creek, Winchester, Hall Town & discharged Jun 18, 1865 still living Post Office address Athens, NY
M Jul 7, 1864
Beardsley, John Athens, NY Oct 12, 1817 Fairfield, Herkimer Co., NY Col 9 Cav {blank} E Nov 5, 1861 3y Athens W None None None M Levi & Nancy Beardsley; Farmer Retired the service as Col of 9th Reg Cav Nov 5 61 & for good & sufficient reasons tendered his resignation which was rejected & was honorably discharged Apr 21, 1863.  Was engaged at Yorktown, Cedar Mountain, Rappahanack, various points on the retreat of ---, 2 Bull Run & in a number main engagement while commanding a Brigade under Siegel P. O. address Athens, NY
M Nov 5, 1861 Col
Nichols, George Sylvester Athens, NY Jan 12, 1820 Athens, NY Col 9 Cav {blank} E Nov 23, 1861 3y Athens W None None None M Sylvester & Mary Nichols; Farmer Promoted Lt Col Mch 18 62 Col Jun 14 64 at battles Yorktown, Cedar Mountain, 2 Bull Run, Gettysburg --- Fort Boonesboro, Rapahanack in all engagements under Genl Siegel in 62. Buford in 63. Sheridan in 64 & 5. before Richmond and Shenandoah Valley wounded in foot while leading Reg. in charge at Bundy Station Aug 1 63  -- at Cedar Creek Oct 14 64. discharged Jul 29, 1865 by reason of muster out of regiment  still living Post Office address Athens, Greene Co., NY
M Nov 23, 1861 Major
Nichols, Foster Athens, NY Feb 7, 1848 Troy, NY 1st Lieut (Reg Cav) 9 Cav {blank} E Feby 1, 1865 3y Albany W None None None S George S. & Anna Nichols; Student Joined Regiment at Levittsville Feb 15 65 & with it as part of Sheridan Army marched to  Waynesboro, Va there ordered to accompany detail escorting E. Winchester (?) prisoners taken at Waynesboro.  March 14 65 in battles at Stanton & Waynesboro Discharged Jul 29 65 still living  Post Office Athens, NY
M Feb 1, 1865 1st Lieut
Raymond, Charles Athens, NY {blank} {blank} Drafted    Sep 8, 1863 3y Kingston W None None None S Boatman
Williams, Hiram Athens, NY {blank} {blank} Drafted Sep 8, 1863 3y Kingston C None None None S Boatman
Greenwood, Thomas Athens, NY {blank} {blank} Drafted Sep 8, 1863 3y Kingston W None None None M Boatman
Sickles, Gilbert D. NY {blank} {blank} Substitute E Oct 5, 1863 3y Kingston W None None None S Quarryman
M Oct 5, 1863  
Plue, Charles NY {blank} {blank} Substitute E Dec 11, 1863 3y Kingston W None None None M Stonecutter
D Dec 11, 1863
Nolfath, Seigfred NY {blank} {blank} Substitute E Sep 22, 1864 1y Kingston W None None None M Mechanic
M Sep 22, 1864
Martin, John NY {blank} {blank} Substitute E Sep 24, 1864 1y Kingston W None None None M Stonecutter
M Sep 24, 1864
Schmidt, John France {blank} {blank} Substitute E Sep 26, 1864 1y Kingston W None None None S Laborer
M Sep 26, 1864
Hart, Nels Denmark {blank} {blank} Substitute E Sep 26, 1864 1y Kingston W None None None M Tailor
M Sep 26, 1864
Romain, Barber NY {blank} {blank} Substitute E Sep 26, 1864 1y Kingston W None None None S Farmer
M Sep 26, 1864
Munday, John Ireland {blank} {blank} Substitute E Sep 27, 1864 1y Kingston W None None None S Carpenter
M Sep 27, 1864  
Hill, William H. {blank} {blank} {blank} Substitute E Sep 27, 1864 3y Kingston W None None None S Carpenter
M Sep 27, 1864  
Clough, Richard H. Athens, NY Sep 18, 1841 Athens, NY Substitute E Sep 28, 1864 1y Kingston W None None None S Farmer
79 C M Sep 30, 1864
Lawler, James Ireland {blank} {blank} Substitute E Sep 28, 1864 1y Kingston W None None None S File Cutter
M Sep 30, 1864
Butler, John Ireland {blank} {blank} Substitute E Oct 1, 1864 1y Kingston W None None None S Moulder
M Oct 1, 1864
Barber, Henry France {blank} {blank} Substitute E Oct 1, 1864 1y Kingston W None None None S Clerk
M Oct 1, 1864
Laib, Thomas Germany {blank} {blank} Substitute E Oct 3, 1864 1y Kingston W None None None S Harness Maker
M Oct 3, 1864
Raymond, James Athens, NY {blank} {blank} Substitute E Oct 3, 1864 1y Kingston W None None None S Laborer
M Oct 3, 1864
Reid, John Ireland {blank} {blank} Substitute E Oct 3, 1864 1y Kingston W None None None S Laborer
M Oct 3, 1864
Tasco, Giranu (?) Italy {blank} {blank} Substitute E Oct 3, 1864 1y Kingston W None None None S Confectioner
M Oct 3, 1864
Yaple, Peter {blank} {blank} Germany Substitute E Oct 4, 1864 1y Kingston W None None None S Barber
M Oct 4, 1864
Lamb, Rodman Conn {blank} {blank} Substitute E Oct 4, 1864 1y Kingston W None None None M Cooper
M Oct 4, 1864
William, John England {blank} {blank} Substitute E Oct 4, 1864 1y Kingston W None None None S Artist
M Oct 4, 1864
Brooks, John England {blank} {blank} Substitute E Oct 4, 1864 1y Kingston W None None None S Seaman
M Oct 4, 1864
Lambert, Horace Canada {blank} {blank} Substitute E Oct 4, 1864 1y Kingston C None None None S Laborer
M Oct 4, 1864
Augustus, Richard Athens, NY {blank} {blank} Private E Sep 12, 1863 3y Hudson W None $300 None M Thomas & Martha Augustus; Farmer Was taken prisoner May 10, 1864 sent to Richmond then to Andersonville, Ga where he is supposed to have died as nothing further being known of him
52 D M Sep 22, 1863
Sterritt, Thomas W. Athens, NY Dec 19,1841 Athens, NY Private E Sep 19, 1863 3y Stockport, Col. Co., NY W None $300 None S James & Jane Sterritt; Farmer In battles of Winchester, Cedar Creek & Fishers Hill & transferred to Dept Ga still in service
176 H M Sep 19, 1863
Collier, Jacob Howard Athens, NY Oct 6, 1845 Athens, NY Private E Oct 7, 1863 3y Poughkeepsie W None $300 None S John P. & Elisabeth Collier; Farmer In battles Oluster, Chester Station, Drury Bluff, Bermuda Hundred, captured at Deep Bottom Aug 16, 1864 sent to Libby Prison thence to Salisbury where he died Jul 1, 1865
47 E M Oct 7, 1863
Brandow, John Harvey Athens, NY Jan 16, 1845 Athens, NY Private E Oct 7, 1863 3y Poughkeepsie W None $300 None S John & Julia A. Brandow; Farmer In battles Oluster, Chester Station, Drury Bluff, Bermuda Hundred, 2nd Petersburg wounded at Deep Bottom Sep 29, 1864 discharged from service of US Aug 30, 65 at Raleigh, NC by S. O. no 154 still living Post Office address Athens, NY
47 E M Oct 7, 1863
Volunteers 1864
Sherry, Jacob NY {blank} {blank} Private 5 Cav B E Mch 7, 1864 3y Kingston W None $300 None M Mason
M Mch 9, 1864
Wilson, Frank NY {blank} {blank} Private 1 Hvy Art   E Mch 7, 1864 3y Kingston W None $300 None S Laborer
M Mch 9, 1864
Brandow, William NY {blank} {blank} Private 4 Inf B E Mch 25, 1864 3y Kingston W None $300 None S Farmer
M Mch 25, 1864
Hoagland, Charles NY {blank} {blank} Private 4 Inf B E Mch 25, 1864 3y Kingston W None $300 None S Farmer
M Mch 25, 1864
Francis, Levi NY {blank} {blank} Private 15 NY Eng E Mch 24, 1864 3y Kingston W None $300 None M Carpenter
M Mch 24, 1864
David, Reuben NY {blank} {blank} Private 20 F E Mch 30, 1864 3y Kingston W None $300 None S Farmer
M Mch 30, 1864
Moon, Henry NY {blank} {blank} Private 65 K E Mch 30, 1864 3y Kingston W None $300 None S Clerk
M Mch 30, 1864
Will, John NY {blank} {blank} Private 65 k E Mch 30, 1864 3y Kingston W None $300 None S Laborer
M Mch 30, 1864
Quids, Dennis NY {blank} {blank} Private 56 E E Mch 30, 1864 3y Kingston W None $300 None S Farmer
M Mch 30, 1864
Krom, Stephen NY {blank} {blank} Private 56 E E Mch 30, 1864 3y Kingston W None $300 None S Farmer
M Mch 30, 1864
Sutton, Samuel A. NY {blank} {blank} Private 20 B E May 31, 1864 3y Kingston W None $300 None S Laborer
M May 31, 1864
Deyo, Daniel NY {blank} {blank} Private 20 B E Aug 20, 1864 1y Kingston W None $325 None S Farmer
M Aug 20, 1864
Miller, John NY {blank} {blank} Private 15 NY Eng E E Sep 17, 1864 1y Kingston W None $325 None M Stonecutter
M Sep 17, 1864
Dirim, Robert NY {blank} {blank} Private 15 NY Eng E E Sep 27, 1864 1y Kingston W None $325 None M Farmer
M Sep 28, 1864
Dirim, Daniel NY {blank} {blank} Private 15 NY Eng E E Sep 27, 1864 1y Kingston W None $325 None S Seaman
M Sep 28, 1864
Jackson, George W. {blank} {blank} {blank} Private 91 D E Sep 28, 1864 1y Kingston W None $325 None S Farmer
M Sep 28, 1864
Pearl, Peter H. NY {blank} {blank} Private 91 D E Sep 28, 1864 1y Kingston W None $325 None S Painter
M Sep 28, 1864
Ferguson, George A. NY {blank} {blank} Private 91 D E Sep 28, 1864 1y Kingston W None $325 None S Farmer
M Sep 28, 1864
Humphreys, Chas N. {blank} {blank} {blank} Private 124 Bat E Sep 29, 1864 1y Kingston W None $325 None S Clerk
M Sep 29, 1864
Smith, James W. NY {blank} {blank} Private 124 Bat E Sep 29, 1864 1y Kingston W None $325 None S Laborer
M Sep 29, 1864
Watson, Saml H. NY {blank} {blank} Private 1 NY Eng E Oct 1, 1864 1y Kingston W None $325 None M Mechanic
M Oct 1, 1864
Myers, Jas W. NY {blank} {blank} Private 16 Hvy Art E Oct 1, 1864 1y Kingston W None $325 None S Laborer
M Oct 1, 1864
Markey, James NY {blank} {blank} Private 15 Eng G E Oct 1, 1864 1y Kingston W None $325 None S Coffin nailer
M Oct 1, 1864
Branard, Charles NY {blank} {blank} Private 106 A E Oct 1, 1864 1y Kingston W None $325 None S Porter
M Oct 1, 1864
Fraley, Frances NY {blank} {blank} Private 3 A E Oct 1, 1864 1y Kingston W None $325 None M Farmer
M Oct 1, 1864
Phillip, Henry W. NY {blank} {blank} Private 21 A E Oct 1, 1864 1y Kingston W None $325 None S Farmer
M Oct 1, 1864
Morris, Edward H. NY {blank} {blank} Private 128 A E Oct 1, 1864 1y Kingston W None $325 None S Clerk
M Oct 1, 1864
Corner, John Ireland {blank} {blank} Private 192 B E Feb 15, 1865 3y Kingston W None $600 None S Laborer Deserted Feby 17, 1865
M Feb 15, 1865
Haley, Patrick Ireland {blank} {blank} Private 192 B E Feb 15, 1865 3y Kingston W None $600 None S Laborer Deserted Feby 17, 1865
M Feb 15, 1865
Dennison, Alfred New Hampshire {blank} {blank} Private 192 B E Feb 15, 1865 3y Kingston W None $600 None S Painter Deserted Feby 17, 1865
M Feb 15, 1865
Volunteers 1865
Strout, Joseph L. Mass {blank} {blank} Private 192 C E Feb 15, 1865 3y Kingston W None $600 None M Printer
M Feb 15, 1865
McBride, John Ireland {blank} {blank} Private 45 C E Feb 17, 1865 3y Kingston W None $600 None S Laborer
M Feb 17, 1865
Spencer, George W. NY {blank} {blank} Private 20 G E Feb 21, 1865 3y Kingston W None $600 None M Carpenter
M Feb 21, 1865
McGuire, Patrick Ireland {blank} {blank} Private 20 I E Feb 25, 1865 3y Kingston W None $600 None M Laborer
M Feb 25, 1865
Officers & Seamen Name of Vessel and Transfers
Gardner, John Wesley Athens, NY Jan 3, 1839 Athens, NY 2nd Asst Eng Shenendoah ?????? E Apr 30, 1863 Athens, NY W None None None S Sylvester & Mary Ann Gardner; Engineer Promoted 2nd Asst Sep 1864 Still in service
M Apr 30, 1863 2nd Asst Eng (?)
Robbins, Levi Athens, NY Oct 8, 1832 Summit, Schoharie Co., NY 3rd Asst Eng [blank] E Aug 4, 1863 1y New York W None None None S John & Phebe Robbins; Boatman Promoted 3rd Asst Engineer Aug 5, 1864 Discharged by reason of expiration of term of service still living  Post Office address Athens, NY
M Aug 4, 1863 2nd Asst Eng (?)

 


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