CIVIL WAR SERVICEMEN, TOWN OF MANLIUS

Compiled by Kathy Crowell, Manlius Historical Society, 1997

PART II -- J through Z

JAMISON, John (substitute for Prin. David Collin, Jr., Fayetteville, NY), b. 1841 Canada, private, 122 NYV, enlisted Syracuse, NY Aug. 17, 1864, mustered in Aug. 17, 1864, boatman, no further information. (Not listed in Swinfen.)

JEROME, Harvey, private, 122 NYV, no date of enlistment, still living, P.O. Manlius Station (Minoa), NY. (No Jerome listing in the 122nd by Swinfen.)

JEROME, Helon R. (private Co., B, 22 NYC, n.d., living Fayetteville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

JEWSON, Thomas, res. Manlius, NY, no regiment or enlistment listed, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

JOHN, Geormy, res. North Manlius, NY, private, 149, mustered in Sept. 23, 1862.

JOHNSON, Gilbert G., wounded by accident and disabled, still living, P.O. Kirkville, NY.

JOHNSON, Harrison, res. Manlius, NY, b. 1842, private, 149th , Co. F, enlisted Syracuse, NY Aug. 29, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, still living.

JOHNSON, Sylvester G., b. 1826 Hamilton Co., NY, no regiment listed, enlisted Syracuse, NY Dec. 26, 1863, mustered in Jan. ?, 1864, carpenter, wounded, hand shot off, P.O. Kirkville, NY.

JOHNSON, William H., b. 1839, private, 149th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y. Aug. 29, 1862, mustered in Sep. 18, 1862, died in Hospital at Point Lookout, MD July 3, 1863 by reason of wounds received in action May 3, 1863 at Chancellorville, VA. (Listed as dying of disease, in error, on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument, Kepler.)

JONES, Edwin, (private, Co. M, 15 NYC, 12/21/1863-8/9/65, frozen hands and feet, living Town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

JONES, Ira, res. Manlius Center, NY, b. 1840, private, 149th , Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, NY Aug. 22, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, promoted to Corporal, still living, P.O. Manlius Center, NY.

JONES, John Heber (substitute for Prin. Joseph B. Strong, Manlius, NY), b. 1840 England, no regiment listed, enlisted Syracuse, NY Jan. 31, 1865, mustered in Jan. 31, 1865, single, farmer, no further information. (Listed as Co. E, 122nd in Town of Manlius records.) (Jones was 25 when he enlisted in Co. E, 122nd on Jan. 31, 1865 and was a private when discharged June 23, 1865, Swinfen.) (Buried Fayetteville Cemetery, d. 1898, ae. 43.)

JORDEN, Benjamin W., b. 1833 Canada, private, 16 NY Heavy Art., enlisted Syracuse, NY Jan. 14, 1864, mustered in Jan. 14, 1864, mason, transferred to Co. I, Sixth Art. May 10, 1864. Living at Kirkville.

KARKER, Albert, b. 1846 Manlius, NY, private, 16 NY Heavy Art., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y. Jan. 16, 1864, mustered in Jan. 22, 1864, farmer, all right, P.O. Manlius Station (Minoa).

KARKER, Andrew, b. 1831, private, 149th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, NY Aug. 22, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, still living, P.O. Manlius Station (Minoa), NY. (Died Oct. 19, 1904, buried Karker Cemetery, Minoa.) (Private Co. F, 149th, 8/29/62-1/12/65, rheumatism, living Manlius Station (Minoa), N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.)

KARKER, Barney, (private, Co. K, 12 NYV, 5/13/61-5/17/63, living Town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.) (Buried Fayetteville Cemetery, d. 8/15/1922, ae. 87, Co. K, 12th NYV.)

KARKER, Edward, b. 1838, private, 149th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, NY Aug. 22, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, still living, P.O. Manlius Station (Minoa), NY. Repeat says mustered Sept. 23, 1862. (Should be Sept. 18, 1862.)

KARKER, Joseph, res. Manlius Station (Minoa), b. 1833, private, 149 th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y. Aug. 20, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, discharged Aug. 31, 1863, promoted to Sergeant, still living, P.O. Manlius Station, NY.

KARKER, William, res. Manlius Station, b. 1846 Manlius, NY, private 2 NYC, Co. H, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y. Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, single, laborer, still living, P.O. Manlius Station (Minoa), NY. (Listed as dying of disease in 1864 on the town of Manlius Civil War Monument.) (d. 29 Aug. 1908? Ae. 59?, buried Karker Cemetery, Minoa.) (Private 2 NYC, 9/64-6/65, living Collamer, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.)

KEAN, Joseph, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 122 NYV, Co. C., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 28, 1862, deserted. (Kean was 20 when he enlisted on Aug. 6, 1862 and was a private when he deserted on Jan. 22, 1863, Swinfen.)

KEELER, Horace B., b. 1826 Fenner, NY, private, 2 NYC, enlisted Syracuse Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, farmer, still living.

KELLOGG, Seth B., res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 16 NYR, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Feb. 1865, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

KENNEDY, John W., res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 122 NYV, Co. C., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 28, 1862, killed in action July 12, 1864. (Name spelled as Kenedy on Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.) (Killed in the skirmish at Fort Stevens, Washington, D.C.) (Kennedy was 32 when he enlisted on Aug. 2, 1862, Swinfen.) (Private John Kennedy, Co. C, 122nd , killed at Seventh St., Washington, D.C., July 12th, the "Weekly Recorder," May 7, 1891). (Buried City Point, VA Cemetery.)

KENYON, James, b. 1846 Fabius, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. H, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, farmer, still living, no P.O.

KIMBALL, Albert, res. Manlius Center, NY, b. 1839 Manlius, NY, private, Scotts 900 Cav., enlisted Syracuse, NY Jan. 19, 1864, mustered in Jan. 19, 1864, farmer, no further information.

KIMBALL, Jefferson R., res. Manlius Center, NY, b. 1841, private, 149 th, Co. F, enlisted Syracuse, NY Aug. 25, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, promoted to Sergeant, discharged Feb. 4, 1863, still living, P.O. Manlius Center, NY.

KIMBALL, John, private, 2 NYC, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Dec. 3, 1861.

KING, Edward (substitute for Prin. Simeon W. Rice, Manlius, NY), b. 1842, England, no regiment listed, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y. Aug. 17, 1864, mustered in Aug. 17, 1864, sailor, no further information.

KING, Oliver A., res. Manlius, NY, private, 149 NYV, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., transferred to Engineer Corps, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

KING, William, (private, Co. A, 10 NYC, 1/28/64-4/29/64, re-enlisted Co. K, 65 NY Infa. 4/4/65-7/17/65, diseases of head, living Kirkville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.) (Died May 1922, ae. 74,life resident of Kirkville, last Civil War veteran then living in Kirkville, "Fayetteville Bulletin," 6/21/1922.)

KINGSLEY, Henry E., res. Pompey, N.Y., b. 1832 Oneida, NY, private, 2 NYC, enlisted Aug. 23, 1864 Syracuse, NY, mustered in Aug. 24, 1864, discharged June 5, 1865 at Alexandria, VA, married, farmer, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

KIPLER, George, b. 1841, private, 149th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., Aug. 27, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, captured in action Chancellorsville, VA May 3, 1863 per Adj. Gen'l Report, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

KIPPERLY, Charles, (private, Co. G, 2 NYC, 9/64-6/65, 9 mo. Service, living N. Manlius, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.)

KIPPERLY, George (listed as being killed in battle in 1863 by the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument).

KIPPLEY, Charles, res. North Manlius, NY, private, 2 NYC, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Sept. 6, 1864, all right, P.O. Manlius Station (Minoa), NY.

KNAPP, David (listed as a Town of Manlius recruit in "The Fayetteville Gazette," Aug. 7, 1862). (Knapp was 18 when he enlisted in Co. C, 122 nd Regt. on Aug. 12, 1862 and was a Private when discharged on Apr. 14, 1863, Swinfen.) (Still alive 1888.)

KNAPP, Henry J., (Co. I, 3 NYC, 9/4/62-5/15/65, living Fayetteville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.) (May be credited elsewhere.) (Died Dec. 1918, ae. 75, b. Niles, MI 5/9/1843, undertaker, furniture dealer.)

KNOBLOH, Jacob J., res. Manlius Center, NY, private, 11 NYV, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Feb. 19, 1864, still living, P.O. Manlius Center, NY.

KORB, George, res. Fayetteville, NY, b. 1820 Bavaria, private, 2 NYC, Co. H, enlisted Sept 2, 1864, mustered Sept 2, 1864, married, mason, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY. Promoted to Sergeant. (Private, Co. H, 2 NYC, 9/1/64-6/5/65, living Fayetteville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.) (Died 1913.)

KORB, Jacob, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 86 NYR, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Nov. 1861, wounded at (no site listed), still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

KRAFFT, Henry, private, 193 NYV, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Feb. 6, 1865, P.O. Manlius Center, NY.

LA CHANSE, Francis, (private, Co. C, 104 Inf., enlisted Aug. 19, 1864, discharged 1865, disability of rupture, honorably discharged, living Town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

LAKE, Samuel, b. 1838, private, 149th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, NY Aug. 27, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, killed in action May 3, 1863 at Chancellorsville, VA. (Name appears on Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

LAMB, Henry D., res. Manlius, NY, musician, 11 NY Cav., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., still living, P.O. Manlius, NY. (Lamb letters on file at Manlius Historical Society, Manlius, N.Y.)

LANDERS, Andrew (listed as dying of disease in 1866 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.) (Died Jan. 30, 1866, ae. 31, pvt. Co. L, 11th NY Cav., buried Manlius Center Cemetery.)

LANG (see LONG)

LAW, James (private, Co. A, 117 NY Inf. 9/3/62-11/22/65, living Fayetteville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

LAWSON, Jerome L., res. Cazenovia, NY, b. 1845 Cazenovia, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. F, enlisted Syracuse, NY, Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, single, clerk, still living, P.O. Cazenovia, NY.

LEACH, William, res. Kirkville, NY, b. 1839 Albion, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. H., enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 5, 1864, mustered in Sept. 5, 1864, laborer, still living, P.O. Kirkville, NY.

LEAHY, Michael (buried I.C. Cemetery, Fayetteville, N.Y., d. 17 Mar. 1895, ae. 84, Pro. 12, Ind. Batt., NY Light Art.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

LE CLEAR, George G., res. Manlius, NY, private, 13 NY H Art, mustered Syracuse, NY Jan. 1, 1864, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

(Private, Co. F, 26 NY Inf. 5/10/61-5/15/63; private, Co. F, 13 NY Heavy Art. June 63-9/9/65, transferred about the last of May 1865 to Co. B, 6 N.Y., living Town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, see Jane Le Clear.)

LE CLEAR, Jane (matron, Co. F, 13 NY Heavy Art., 4/1/63-4/1/1864, served one year, living Town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, see George G. Le Clear.) (Also known as Celina, volunteer nurse, Civil War, died Mar. 1927, "Eagle Bulletin," 3/25/1927.)

LEE, Mitchel, b. 1840 Canada, private, 193 NYV, enlisted Syracuse, NY Mar. 17, 1865, mustered in Mar. 17, 1865, single, seaman, no further information.

LEWIS, Seymour R., b. 1841, private, 149th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 2, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, promoted to Corporal, killed in action July 20, 1864 near Atlanta, GA. (Buried Oran Station Cemetery, Kepler). (Name missing from Town of Manlius Civil War Monument, Kepler.)

LOFENTO, John (listed as a Town of Manlius recruit in the "Weekly Recorder," Aug. 7, 1862.) (Listed as a surviving member of Co. C as of 1888 in the "Weekly Recorder," 2/16/1888. (Not listed in Swinfen).

LONG, Michael, b. 1824 Ireland, private, 2 NYC, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y. Sept 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, laborer, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

LOOMIS, Henry, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 146 NYV, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., promoted to Sergeant.

LORD, Herbert, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 22 NY Cav., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Jan. 10, 1864, single, clerk, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

LOSEY, John C., res. Manlius, NY, no date of birth, private, 2 NY Cav., Co. F., no date of enlistment, farmer, wounded at Mt. Jackson Nov. 22, 1864.

LOUIS, Lucius (listed as killed in battle in 1863 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument).

LOVEJOY, Lucian P., res. Chittenango, NY, b. 1844 Oran, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. H, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 2, 1864, mustered in Sept. 2, 1864, single, farmer, still living, P.O. Chittenango, NY.

LOWER, Logan, (private, Co. A, 12th, 12/1861-1/1863, living Kirkville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

LYON, J. L., res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 16 NYR, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Apr. 1861, promoted to Corporal and Sergeant.

MABEE, Albert G., b. 1843 Fort Plain, N.Y., private, 2 NYC, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 5, 1864, single, clerk, still living, P.O. Kirkville, NY.

MACK (see WACK)

MADISON, James M., res. Fayetteville, NY, b. 1839 Manlius, NY, private, 14 NYV, enlisted Syracuse, NY May 4, 1861; also private, Scotts 900 Cav. (llth NY Cav.), enlisted Syracuse, NY Jan. 21, 1864, mustered in Jan. 21, 1864, cooper, still alive, P.O. Fayetteville, NY. (Accidentally killed Oct. 7, 1865 by a railroad car at Manlius Station (Minoa) on return home from the service; buried Fayetteville Cemetery, Kepler). (Name appears on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

MADISON, William H., b. 1842 Manlius, NY, private, Scotts 900 Cav., enlisted Syracuse, NY Jan. 19, 1864, mustered in Jan. 19, 1864, farmer, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY. (Private, Co. B, 11 NY Art., 1864-9/13/65, served 9, months, living Fayetteville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.)

MAGHU, Andrew, b. 1847 Canada, private, 193 NYV, no company listed, enlisted Syracuse, NY Mar. 15, 1865, mustered in Mar. 15, 1865, single, laborer, no further information.

MALLERY, William C., b. 1844 Manlius, NY, private, 3 NY Light Art., enlisted Syracuse, NY Feb. 8, 1864, mustered in Feb. 9, 1864, boatman, still living, P.O. Kirkville, NY.

MALLORY, Charles H., b. 1842 Manlius, NY, private, 16 NY Heavy Art., enlisted Syracuse, NY Jan. 12, 1864, mustered in Jan. 12, 1864, boatman, still living, P.O. Kirkville, NY.

MALTBY, William Henry, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 122 NYV, Co. C., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 28, 1862, single, promoted to Corporal, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY. (Maltby was 18 when he enlisted on Aug. 5, 1862 and was discharged June 23, 1865, Swinfen.) (Musician, Co. C, 122 NY Inf. 8/5/62-10/10/65, living Fayetteville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.) (Buried Fayetteville Cemetery, 1844-1918, bugler, NY Vols.)

MANAHAN (MANNAHAN, MUNRAN), Patrick, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 122 NYV, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 1862, P.O. Fayetteville, NY. (Listed as Patrick Manahan as a Town of Manlius Recruit in "The Fayetteville Gazette," Aug. 7, 1862. (Patrick Munran was 43 when he enlisted in Co. C, 122nd Regt. On Aug. 5, 1862 and was a Private when discharged on Dec. 22, 1863, Swinfen.) (Living in Fayetteville, NY in 1888.)

MANCHESTER, Albert L., res. Manlius, NY, b. 1848 Manlius, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. F, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y. Sept. 2, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, discharged June 5, 1865 at Alexandria, VA, single, farmer, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

MANCHESTER, Edwin, res. Manlius, NY, b. 1832 Dover, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. F, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 2, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, blacksmith,, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

MANZU, Heman, res. Kirkville, NY, private, 22 NY Cav., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Jan. 10, 1864, wounded June 22, 1864 and also Sept. 19, 1864, still alive, but disabled, P.O. Kirkville, NY.

MARRA, Michael, res. Manlius, NY, b. 1839 Ireland, private, 2 NYC, Co. F, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 2, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, farmer, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

MARREY, William, private, 111th, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 1864, still living, P.O. Kirkville, NY.

MARTIN, John, b. 1829 England, no date of rank, regiment, mechanic, drafted Aug. 19, 1863 went into the service. (Listed in Town of Manlius records as Co. E, 122nd.) (Not listed in Swinfen.)

MATHEWS, James H., res. Fayetteville, NY, b. 1844 Chittenango, private, 2 NYC, Co. H, NY, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, single, clerk, still alive, P.O. Fayetteville, NY. (Liveryman, merchant.)

MAYNARD, Albert H., res. Manlius, N.Y., private, 81 NYV, mustered Syracuse, NY 1862, wounded three times, re-enlisted Feb. 23, 1864, still living, P.O. Manlius, N.Y. (Age 21 years; enrolled Feb. 15, 1862, at Pompey to serve three years; mustered in as Private, Co. E, Feb. 19, 1862; promoted Corp., Jan. 23, 1863, re-enlisted as a veteran, Feb. 24, 1864; promoted Sergeant, June 1, 1864; First Sergeant, Mar. 1, 1865; mustered in as First Lieut., Co. C, Apr. 1, 1865; discharged, June 18, 1865; commissioned First Lieut., Jan. 31, 1865, with rank from Jan. 1, 1865, vice C. R. Johnson, promoted, Phisterer.)

MC ALLEN, Maxwell, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 12 NYR, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in May 1861, re-enlisted Aug. 1863 in 15 NYC and promoted to Sergeant, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

(Corporal, Co. C, 12 NY Inf. 4/27/61-5/17/63, re-enlisted, Sergeant, Co. H, 15 NYC 8/8/63-8/9/65, living Fayetteville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.)

MC CANN, Patrick, (1839-1909, Co. H, 193rd NY Inf., buried Minoa Cemetery.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

MC CARTHY, John, (private, Co. H, 2 NYC, 9/2/64-6/5/65, living Fayetteville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.) (Buried I.C. Cemetery, Fayetteville, N.Y., d. 3 Mar. 1899, ae. 70, Co. H, 2 NYC.)

MC CLENTHEN, Charles S., res. Manlius, NY, private 15 NYC, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 1863, promoted to Sergeant, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

MC CLENTHEN, Ira C., (private, Co. F, 1 min inf 4/61-8/3/63, living Fayetteville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

MC CLENTHEN, John B., (private, no company listed, 8/6/62-6/22/65, discharged as Corporal, living Town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

MC CLENTHEN, William T., res. Manlius, NY, b. 1848 Baldwinsville, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y. Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, discharged June 5, 1865 at Alexandria, VA, single, clerk, promoted to Sergeant, still living, PO Manlius, NY.

MC DONALD, Hiram, b. 1839 Schenectady, N.Y., private, Scotts 900 Cav., enlisted Syracuse, NY Feb. 12, 1864, mustered in Feb. 12, 1864, shoemaker, still living, P.O. Albany, NY.

MC DONALD, Hiram, private, 6 NY Cav., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY. (possible repeat of above, possible error in recording regiment).

MC FEETERS, Samuel, (died 1909, NY Vols, buried Fayettevill Cemetery.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

MC GOUGH, John (listed as killed in battle in 1865 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument). 

MC LYMAN, Colonel J., res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 122 NYV, Co. C., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., promoted to Sergeant, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY. (McLyman was 31 when he enlisted on July 30, 1862 and was a Sergeant when discharged on June 23, 1865; wounded at Cold Harbor 6/1/1864, Swinfen.) (Private Colonel J. McLyman, Co. C, 122nd, wounded at Cold Harbor, VA, June lst, 1864 per Regimental Adjutant's official records, 1865 reported in the "Weekly Recorder," May 14, 1891.) (Living in Kansas in 1888.)

MC MANNIS, Peter, b. 1845 Cazenovia, NY, private, 2 NYC, no company listed, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 6, 1864, no record of muster, farmer, no further records.

MEAD, Albert A., private, 12 NYV, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in May 2, 1861, re-enlisted in 15 NYC Sept. 17, 1863, all right, P.O. Manlius Station (Minoa), NY.

MEAD, Arthur J., res. Fayetteville, NY, 2nd Lieut, 122 NYV, Co. C., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y. Aug. 28, 1862, mustered in Aug. 28, 1862, farmer, discharged in resignation Dec. 7, 1862.

MEAGHER, John F., (buried I.C. cemetery, Fayetteville, N.Y., 1846-1925, Co. E, 63 N.Y. Inf.) (May be buried elsewhere.)

MERRITT, Jacob, private, 14 NYV, enlisted Manlius, NY May 4, 1861 for two years, mustered out May 23, 1863 at Utica, NY., still living, P.O. Geneva, WI. (Died June 6, 1909, ae. 64, Co. H, 14th Regt. NY Vol. Inf.)

MILAN, Otis, res. Fayetteville, N.Y., private, 50 NYR, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 1862, promoted to Sergeant, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, N.Y.

MILES, Harrison, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 149 NYV, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Sept. 1862, wounded, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

MILES, James H., Fayetteville, NY, private, 122 NYV, Co. C., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 28, 1862, P.O. Fayetteville, NY, died Apr. 9, 1903. (Miles was 25 when he enlisted on July 30, 1862 and was a Private when discharged on June 23, 1865; wounded at Gettysburg, PA, Swinfen.) (d. 9 Apr 1903, ae. 66, Pvt., Co. C, 122, N.Y.V. buried Christ Church Cemetery.) (Private Co., C, 122, 7/13/62-6/23/65, rheumatism, living town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.)

MILLER, Dan (buried I.C. Cemetery, Fayetteville, N.Y., d. 24 May 1911, ae. 74, Co. F, 149 NYV.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

MILLER, David, (private, Co. B, 192 NY Inf. 4/17/65-8/28/65, alias David S. Hilleges, living Fayetteville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

MILLER, Franklin N., (private Co. F, 149 NY Inf. 1862-6/15/1865, living Fayetteville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.)

MILLER, Horace A., res. Manlius, NY, b. 1837, private, 149th , Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y. Sept. 1, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

MILLER, Jacob (listed as dying of disease in 1862 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

MILLER, John (listed as dying of disease in 1865 on the town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

MILLER, Louis (substitute for Prin. James L. Abbott, Manlius, NY), b. 1844, Germany, no regiment listed, enlisted Syracuse, NY Jan. 19, 1865, mustered in Jan. 19, 1865, single, farmer, no further information.

MILLS, Coral H., res. Manlius, NY, private, 3 NY Art, enlisted Syracuse, NY, mustered in Nov. 1861, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY. (d. 19 Dec 1894, ae. 56, Pvt. Co. F, 3rd NY Lt Art., (Lot 17, Sec. 2), Manlius Village Cemetery. (Private, Co. F, 3 NY Art., 11/23/61-3/11/65, living Town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.)

MITCHELL, Lee, b. 1840 Canada, private, 193 NYV, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., Mar. 17, 1865, mustered in Mar. 17, 1865, single, seaman, no further information.

MITCHELL, Lester C., res. Fayetteville, NY, b. 1843 Albion, NY, private 2 NYC, Co. H, enlisted Syracuse Sept. 3, 1864, mustered Sept. 3, 1864, single, student, still living, P.O., Mexico, Oswego Co., NY. (Brevet Commission Private, 2nd Cav., to 2nd Lt., Aug. 17, 1866 for gallant and meritorious services in the late war.)

MOKE, Marcellus, (sergeant, Co. F, 2 NYC, 9/3/64-6/5/65, living Fayetteville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.)

MONK, Frederick, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 122 NYV, Co. C., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 28, 1862, transferred to 1st NY Independent Battery, still living, P.O. Ithaca, NY. (Monk was 18 when he enlisted on Aug. 6, 1862 and was a Private when transferred to the First Independent Battery on Dec. 5, 1863, Swinfen.) (Living in Ithaca, NY in 1888.)

MONROE, Albert H., res. Manlius, NY, private, 122 NYV, Co. C., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 28, 1862, wounded in action Sept. 13, 1864, discharged for disability, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY. (Monroe was 18 when he enlisted on Aug. 4, 1862 and was wounded 13 Sept 1864 - discharged for disability on Feb. 16, 1865, Swinfen.) (d. 21 Apr 1903, ae. 55, Pvt. Co. C, 122 NYV, buried Christ Church Cemetery.) (Wounded near Berryville, VA, Sept. 12, 1864, arm amputated, Regimental adjutant's official records, Weekly Recorder, May 14, 1891.) (Private, Co. C, 122, 8/4/62-2/16/65, loss of left arm by gunshot wound, living Manlius, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.)

MONROE, Francis F. (listed as a Town of Manlius recruit in The Fayetteville Gazette, Aug. 7, 1862). (Monroe was 23 when he enlisted in Co. C, 122 nd Regt. On Aug. 11, 1862 and was a private when discharged on June 23, 1865, Swinfen.) (Private Francis F. Monroe, Co. C, 122nd, wounded in the Wilderness, VA, May 6th per Regimental Adjutant's official records, 1865 reported in the Weekly Recorder, May 7, 1891.) (Living in Vermont in 1888.)

MONROE, Henry, (private, Co. H, 137 NY Inf. 8/62-6/64, discharged on Surgeon's certificate, living Town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

MORRISON, Edward (listed as dying of disease in 1862 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

MORRISON, George (listed as dying of disease in 1864 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

MORRISON, John (listed as dying of disease in 1861 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

MORRISON, Joseph, b. 1846 Manlius, NY, private, 3 NY Light Art., enlisted Syracuse, NY Jan. 26, 1864, mustered in Jan. 26, 1864, mechanic, still living, P.O. Manlius Center, NY. (Listed as dying of disease in 1864 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

MORSE, Levi A., res. Manlius, NY, b. 1824 New Haven, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. F, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 2, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, married, farmer, promoted to Captain, still alive, P.O. Manlius, NY. (Private, Co. F, 2 NYC, 9/2/64-6/5/65, enlisted as Private, served as Captain, living in Town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.) (Brevet Commission, Priv. 2nd Cav., to 1st Lt. Aug. 17, 1866 for gallant and meritorious services in the late war, Phisterer.)

MORSE, John J., res. Fayetteville, NY, no date of birth, private, 2 NY Cav., Co. F., no date of enlistment, mechanic, still living , P.O. Fayetteville, NY. (Brevet Commission, Priv., 2nd Cav. To 2nd Lt., Aug. 17, 1866 for gallant and meritorious services in the late war, Phisterer.)

MORSE, Lorenzo, b. 1826, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y. Sept. 2, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, died in hospital June 6, 1864 at Acworth, GA. (Listed as dying of disease in 1864 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

MORSE, Roswell, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 6 NY Cav., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., promoted to Sergeant, wounded Aug. 14, 1864 at Front Royal, still living, P.O. Syracuse, NY.

MOSHER, William H. (see MOSIER, William H.).

MOSIER, Alanson, res. Manlius, NY, private, 122 NYV, Co. C., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 28, 1862, killed in action July 12, 1864. (Name appears on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.) (Mosier was 18 when he enlisted on Aug. 11, 1862 and was a Private when killed at Fort Stevens on July 12, 1864, Swinfen.) (Private Alanson Mosier, Co. C, 122nd, at Seventh St., Washington, D.C. July 12th, 1864, the "Weekly Recorder," May 7, 1891). (Buried Battle Ground Cemetery near Washington, D.C.)

MOSIER, William, H., res. Manlius, NY, private, 122 NYV, Co. C., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 28, 1862, deserted. (Mosier was 24 when he enlisted on Aug. 11, 1862 and was a Private when he deserted on July 1, 1863, Swinfen.)

MOSS, Adolphin (listed as a surviving member of Co. C, 122nd as of 1888 in the "Weekly Recorder," 2/16/1888. Living in Michigan in 1888.

MOSS, Thomas, res. North Manlius, NY, b. 1839, private, 149th , Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, NY Aug. 27, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, still living, P.O. North Manlius, NY.

MUNRAN, Patrick (see MANAHAN, Patrick).

MUNSON, Edwin R., b. 1845 Manlius, NY, private, Bat. D, 3 NY Light Art., enlisted Syracuse, NY Feb. 12, 1864, mustered in Feb. 12, 1864, farmer, died Aug. 1864 of disease. (Ed. K. Munson is listed as being killed in battle in 1864 by the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

MURPHY, James, b. 1847 Ireland, private 185 NYV, enlisted Syracuse, NY Mar. 16, 1865, mustered in Mar. 16, 1865, single, laborer, deserted, no further information.

MURPHY, James S., b. 1846 Manlius, NY, private, 12 NYV; also 2 NYC, Co. F, re-enlisted following three years of service at Syracuse Sept 2, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, single, clerk. Wounded at Mt. Jackson Nov. 22, 1864 (slightly), still living P.O. Manlius, NY. (d. 26 Sept 1867, ae. 23 yrs., Co. F, 2 Reg. Cav., murdered at Memphis, TN, buried Christ Church Cemetery.)

MURPHY, John, Jr., res. Manlius, NY, private, 2 NYC, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., promoted to Corporal, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

MURPHY, Michael, res. Manlius, NY, b. 1829 Ireland, private, 2 NYC, Co. F, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, blacksmith, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

MYERS, Charles, (private, Co. K, 114 Infa. 8/12/62-6/15/65, chronic diarrhea, living Town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

MYERS, Jacob J., res. Chittenango, NY, b. 1832 Cazenovia, NY, private 2 NYC, Co. H., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y. Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, married, farmer, still alive, P.O. Chittenango, NY.

MYERS, John (listed as dying of disease in 1864 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

MYERS, John W., res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 122 NYV, Co. C., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 28, 1862, deserted. (Myers was 25 when he enlisted on Aug. 7, 1862 and was a private when he deserted on Sept. 22, 1862; listed as being in Co. I, Swinfen.)

NEWMAN, John H., (private, Co. H, 9 NY Art., 6/9/64-9/29/65, living Fayetteville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

NEWTON, S. (listed as dying of disease in 1864 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

NEWTON, William (no information listed, living Town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

NICHOLAS, Huber, res. Manlius Center, NY, private, 193, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Feb. 6, 1865, P.O. Manlius Center, NY.

NICHOLS, Charles (private, Co. K, 114 Inf. 8/12/62-6/15/65, chronic diarrhea, living Town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

NIMS, Alfred, res. Manlius, NY, Capt., 122 NYV, Co. C., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 28, 1862, married, discharged on resignation Dec. 3, 1862. (Buried Christ Church Cemetery, d. 16 Mar 1871, ae. 57-7-11.)

NIMS, Charles A., res. Manlius, N.Y., b. 1841 Manlius, N.Y., 6th NYV; also, private, 2 NYC, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, clerk, promoted to Captain, wounded April 8, 1865, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY. (Age 23 years; enrolled Sept. 3, 1864, at Manlius to serve one year; mustered in as Second Lieut., Co. F, Oct. 4, 1864; wounded in action, April __, 1865, at Appomattox Court House, VA; mustered out, June 5, 1865, at Alexandria, VA; commissioned Second Lieut., Sept. 26, 1864, with rank from Sept. 24, 1864; original, Phisterer.)

NIMS, Dr. Horace (assistant surgeon, 149th Infantry Regt., Kepler). (Buried Manlius Village Cemetery, b. 5 July 1815, d. 18 Dec. 1895, ae. 80.) (Asst. Surgeon, 149 NY, Aug. 1861-March 1862, served 6 months, disability is chronic diarrhea and malarial poisoning with resulting vertigo and neurology, living Manlius, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.) (Age 46 years; enrolled at Syracuse to serve three years, and mustered in as Assistant Surgeon, Sept. 18, 1862; discharged, Mar. 17, 1863; commissioned Asst. Surgeon, Oct. 10, 1862, with rank from Sept. 19, 1862, original, Phisterer.)

NIMS, William H., res. Manlius, NY, private, 61st, Co. I, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., wounded in the face and badly disfigured June 17, 1864 in front of Petersburg and discharged in consequence, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY. (Brevet Commission, Priv. 61st Inf. To 2nd and lst Lt., Apr. 3, 1867, for gallant and meritorious services in the late war.)

NIXON (NIXSON), James, res. Manlius, NY, private, 12 NYV, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., still living, P.O. Boston, MA. (Possibly buried Fayetteville Cemetery, 1828-1896.)

NIXON (NIXSON), Robert, res. Manlius, NY, private, 11 U.S.?, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in June 9, 1862, alive, P.O. Manlius, NY.

NOOKS (NOAKES), James, res. North Manlius, NY, b. 1840, private, 149 th, Co. F, enlisted Syracuse, NY Aug. 28, 1862, mustered Sep. 18, 1862, , still living, P.O. North Manlius, NY. (Died Mar. 1928 at Homer, "Eagle Bulletin," 3/15/1928.)

NORTHRUP, David, res. Fayetteville, NY, b. 1837 Manlius, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. H, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, married, farmer, still living, PO Fayetteville, NY.

NORTHRUP, Ebenezer W., res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 122 NYV, Co. C, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 28, 1862, wounded May 6, 1864, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY. (Northrup was 29 when he enlisted on Aug. 7, 1862 and absent at muster out; wounded at Wilderness, Swinfen.) (Private Ebenezer Northrop, Co. C, 122nd, wounded in the Wilderness, VA., May 6th, 1864, Regimental Adjutant's official records, 1865, reported in the "Weekly Recorder," May 7, 1891.) (Living in Fayetteville, NY in 1888.)

O'BRIEN, James, res. Manlius, NY, private, 61 NYR, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., wounded in 1862, discharged to accept commission in colored regiment.

O'BRIEN, Michael, res. Fayetteville, NY, b. 1842 Ireland, private, 122 NYV, enlisted Syracuse, NY Feb. 24, 1864, mustered in Feb. 25, 1864, laborer, wounded at Battle of Wilderness, died after discharge. Later entry says Michael O'Brien died at home since Regiment was discharged. (Listed as dying of disease in 1864 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.) (O'Brien was 22 when he enlisted in Co. C, 122nd on Feb. 24, 1864. He was a private when discharged for disability on Mar. 28, 1865; wounded at Wilderness, Swinfen.) (Private Michael O'Brien, Co. C, 122nd, wounded in the Wilderness, VA., May 6th, 1864 per Regimental Adjutant's official records, 1865 reported in the "Weekly Recorder, May 7, 1891.) (Michael O'Brien, wounded, came home and died in Fayetteville, Weekly Recorder, Mar. 8, 1888.) (Listed as a surviving member of Co. C, 122nd as of 1888, Weekly Recorder, 2/16/1888.)

ODLE, Demetrius, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 122 NY Cav., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Jan. 10, 1864, promoted to Sergeant, still alive, P.O. Fayetteville, NY. (Widow living Town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.) (Buried Fayetteville Cemetery, d. 1877, ae. 61.)

OLNEY, Nathan W., res. Manlius Center, NY, b. 1837 Manlius, NY, private, 16 NY Heavy Art., enlisted Syracuse, NY Jan. 12, 1864, mustered in Jan. 12, 1864, boatman, still living, P.O. Manlius Center, NY.

OSTEROUT, Oscar (listed as killed in battle in 1864 by the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument).

OSTRANDER, Joseph E., (private, Co. L, NYV 15, 9/2/64-6/13/65, rheumatism, living Manlius Station (Minoa), N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.) (Died Jan. 1921, ae. 76, deputy sheriff in Minoa, b. Minoa, Eagle Bulletin, Jan. 21, 1921.)

PAGE (PAIGE), Elliot D., res. Kirkville, NY, private, 122 NYV, Co. C, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 28, 1862, transferred to Invalid Corps, still living, P.O. Kirkville, NY. (Paige was 18 when he enlisted on Aug. 4, 1862, served in companies C & F, transferred to V.R.C. Nov. 15, 1865, Swinfen.) (Listed as a surviving member of 122nd, Weekly Recorder, 2/16/1888.

PAGE, George, b. 1847 Lanesboro, NY, private, 193 NYV, enlisted Syracuse, NY Mar. 30, 1865, mustered in Mar. 30, 1865, single, shoemaker, no further information.

PALMER, Asa Cady, res. Fayetteville, NY, Lieut., 50 NYR, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Sept. 17, 1861, promoted to Capt., still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY. (Asa Cady Palmer helped organize the 50th Regiment NYV as an infantry outfit which was designated the 50th Engineers in October 1861; died in May 1917, Kepler). (Buried Fayetteville Cemetery, b. 1/26/1834, d. 5/25/1917, Capt. 50th NYS Eng., born Oneida Castle, contractor.) (Age 26 years; enrolled Aug. 9, 1861, at Fayetteville to serve three years; mustered in as Second Lieut., Co. D, Sept. 17, 1861; promoted First Lieut. May 31, 1862; mustered in as Capt., Apr. 15, 1863; transferred to Co. H, May 5, 1864; mustered out, Nov. 5, 1864; commissioned Second Lieut., Oct. 14, 1861, with rank from Sept. 18, 1861, original; First Lieut., June 23, 1862, with rank from May 31, 1862, vice Ransom, resigned; Capt., March 12, 1863, with rank from Feb. 27, 1863, vice E. D. Beers, promoted, Phisterer.)

PALMER, Nathaniel Y., res. Kirkville, NY, b. 1829 Otsego Co., NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. F, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, married, carpenter, died near Winchester, VA, Dec. 7, 1864, buried at Kirkville. (Name appears on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

PARRY, Eddison A., res. Manlius, NY, b. 1837 Manlius, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. F, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 2, 1864, mustered in Sept. 2, 1864, single, farmer, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

PARSONS, Alanson, res. Kirkville, NY, b. Cazenovia, NY, private, 101 NYV, Co. F, killed in battle, 1862. (Name appears on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.) Brother of Lewis Parsons (Kepler).

PARSONS, Lewis L., res. Kirkville, NY, b. Cazenovia, NY, private, 101 NYV, Co. F, enlisted Kirkville, NY Nov. 5, 1861, mustered in Nov. 14, 1861, transferred to Co. K, 37th Infantry Dec. 24, 1862, fell in Battle of the Wilderness, May 5, 1864. (Name appears on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.) Brother of Alanson Parsons (Kepler).

PATTERSON, Jerome A., res. Manlius, NY, private, 149 NYR, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., wounded, finger shot off, alive, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

PEAVY, Loren M., (d. 6/16/1904, ae. 77, Co. A, 122 NY Vol., buried Fayetteville Cemetery.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

PELTON, William J., (private, Co. F, 12, 5/1/61-9/61, rupture, living Town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

PETTIS, George H., res. Manlius, NY, private, 3 NYC, re-enlisted same Regiment Jan. 1864, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

PETTIS, Henry, res. Manlius, NY, private 61 NYV, re-enlisted in same Regiment, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

PETTIS, William (name appears on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument in the Fayetteville Village Cemetery as killed in battle in 1862).

PETTIS, William H., (private, Co. I, 61 NY Inf., transferred to Co. F, 61 NY Inf., right shoulder injured by bullet, hip injured by piece of shell 4/1/1865, living town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

PETTIT, William N., private, 149th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, NY Aug. 27, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, wounded in battle Resaca, GA on May 15, 1864, discharged Apr. 3, 1865 in consequence of wounds, P.O. Manlius, NY. (Private, Co. F, 149, NY Inf. 8/26/62-4/3/65, discharged on Surgeon's Certificate, living Town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.)

PHILLIPS, Charles H., res. Manlius, NY, b. 1832 Manlius, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. F, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y. Sept. 2, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, married, mechanic, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

PHILLIPS, Charles S., res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 169, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 1863, promoted to Corporal and Sergeant, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

PHILLIPS, J. W. (listed as dying of disease in 1861 on the town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

PHILLIPS, William H., res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 22 NYC, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Jan. 10, 1864, promoted to Sergeant, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

PIERSON, William A., b. 1830 Cazenovia, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. F, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, merchant, still living, P.O. Manlius Station (Minoa), NY.

PLANK, Lawrance, res. North Manlius, NY, b. 1818, private, 149th , Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, NY Aug. 20, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, laborer, still living, P.O. North Manlius, NY.

PLEDGER, Phillip (Co. B, 20th Colored Troops, died Oct. 6, 1880, ae. 61, buried Fayetteville Cemetery, Kepler). (May be credited elsewhere.) (The 20th Regiment Infantry was organized at Riker's Island, New York Harbor, February 9, 1864. Attached to the Dept. Of the East to March, 1864. Defenses of New Orleans, LA., Dept. Of the Gulf, to December, 1864. District of West Florida and southern Alabama, Dept. Of the Gulf, to February 1865. Defenses of New Orleans to June 1865. District of LaFourche, Dept. Of the Gulf, to October 1865. Service: Ordered to the Dept. Of the Gulf March 1864, arriving at New Orleans March 20. Moved to Port Hudson, LA March 21 and to Pass Cavallo, TX April 21. In District of Carrollton, LA, June. At Plaquemine July. At Camp Parapet and Chalmette August 1866. At Camp Parapet and in District of Carrollton till December. Ordered to West Pascagoula, FL. December 26. Return to New Orleans February 1865, and duty there till June. At Nashville, TN, August. Mustered out October 7, 1865, source: http://scils.rutgers.edu/~wgv/civwar-2.html).

POMEROY, Curtis (away from home, no information acquired, living Town of Manlius, veteran, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

POTTER, Fred M., b. 1840, private, 149th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, NY Aug. 30, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, transferred to Vet. R. Corps, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

POTTER, Samuel C., b. 1841, private, 149th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 8, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, discharged Jan. 15, 1863, P.O. Fabius, NY.

POWERS, Moses P., b. 1843 Virgil, NY, private, 16 NY Heavy Art., enlisted Syracuse, NY Jan. 1, 1864, mustered iN Jan. 5, 1864, stone cutter, still living, P.O. Manlius Station (Minoa), NY.

PRAME, Hiram, res. Manlius, NY, private, 3 NY Art., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Dec. 11, 1861, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

PRATT, Henry D., private, 149th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, NY Aug. 29, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, discharged Oct. 22, 1862, still in service in Regular Engineer Corp. (re-enlisted?). (Buried Fayetteville Cemetery, d. 1/20/1886 at his Fayetteville residence, ae. 56.)

PRATT, Henry S., res. Fayetteville, NY, Lieutenant, 10 NY Cav, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., promoted to Captain, discharged on resignation, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY. (Co. A, 10 NYC, 1861-?, died before 1890, widow living in Town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.) (Buried Fayetteville Cemetery, d. 1889, ae. 68.) (Age 30 years; enrolled Aug. 14, 1861, at Syracuse to serve three years; mustered in as First Lieut., Co. A, Sept. 27, 1861; promoted Capt., Dec. 12, 1861; captured in action, Aug. 30, 1862, near Centerville, VA; paroled, no date; dismissed, May 5, 1863; disability removed; not commissioned First Lieut.; commissioned Capt., Jan. 17, 1862, with rank from Dec. 12, 1861, original, Phisterer.)

PRESTON, John H. (Private, Co. K, 114, NYV, 8/62-6/18/65, died before 1890, widow living in Manlius Center, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

PRICE, James (listed as a Town of Manlius recruit in "The Fayetteville Gazette," Aug. 7, 1862). (Price was 35 when he enlisted in Co. C, 122 nd Regt. On July 30, 1862 and was a private when transferred to the V.R.C. on July 29, 1865. (Living in Syracuse, NY in 1888.)

PRYOR, Thomas J., b. 1837 Ireland, private, 2 NYC, Co. H, enlisted Sept. 7, 1864 Syracuse, NY, mustered in Sept. 7, 1864, shoemaker, promoted to Corporal Oct. 4, 1864 at Camp Russell, VA. Shot himself while insane from sickness (R.M. Campbell, Stony Mead 5 m. s.w. from Winchester, VA) and died Dec. 4, 1864 buried on farm of a ___. (Name missing from Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

QUACKENBUSH, Frederick, private, 16 NY Heavy Art., enlisted Syracuse, NY Jan. 16, 1864, mustered in Jan. 19, 1864, farmer, P.O. Kirkville, NY.

QUIGLEY, William, private, 3 NY Art, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y.,mustered in Mar. 15, 1864, all right, P.O. Manlius Station, NY. (Battery D, 3 NY Art. 3/64-6/31/65, blind in left eye, living Manlius Station (Minoa), N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.) (Buried Minoa United Cemetery and St. Mary's, 1825-1894.)

QUINN, Patrick (substitute for Prin. William W. Williams of Manlius), b. 1841, Canada, private, 122 NYV, enlisted Aug. 9, 1864, mustered in Aug. 9, 1864, boatman. (Not listed in Swinfen.)

RADLEY, William H., res. North Manlius, NY, private, 185th, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, alive, P.O. Manlius Station (Minoa), NY. (Private, Co. C, 185, 9/64-1865, spinal affliction, applied for pension, living Collamer, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.)

RALFE, Daniel B., b. 1823 Andover, NY, private, 16 NY Heavy Art., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y. Jan. 15, 1864, mustered in Jan. 15, 1864, carpenter, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

RANDALL, James, (d. 9/12/1891, ae. 47, Pvt., Co. E, 184 N.Y. Vol., buried Kirkville Cemetery). (May be credited elsewhere.)

RANNEY, John G., (1845-1931, Co. G, 101 NYV, buried Kirkville Cemetery.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

RANSIER, Emon, private in Navy, mustered in Aug. 1864.

RANSIER, Fred G., res. Manlius, NY, private, 2 NY Cav., Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., farmer, promoted to Sergeant, died at Camp Stoneman Nov. 15, 1864 of disease. (Buried Christ Church Cemetery, d. 16 Nov 1864, ae. 27-11-13, Co. F, 2nd NY Cav, at Camp Stoneman, D.C.)

RANSIER, George F. (listed as dying of disease in 1864 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

RANSIER, George H., res. Manlius, NY, b. 1823 Manlius, NY, private, Scotts 900 Cav., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., Dec. 18, 1863, no muster date, farmer, drowned on way back from New Orleans, Oct. 1864. (Listed as dying of disease in 1864 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

RANSIER, Henry, private, 3 NYC, July 29, 1862, re-enlisted Jan. 4, 1864.

RANSIER, Julian M., res. Manlius, NY, no date of birth, private, 2 NY Cav., Co. F., no date of enlistment, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY. (Last surviving Civil War veteran from the Town of Manlius; born and brought up in Eagle Village, NY; died in Hot Springs, Ar Nov. 8, 1948, ae. 102. Enlisted at age 18. The 2d NYV Cavalry Regiment was part of George Custer's Cavalry Brigade in the Civil War, Kepler).

RAY, Alphonso, res. Manlius, NY, b. 1831 Morley, NY, private, 2 NYC, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., Sept. 2, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, carpenter,, promoted to Sergeant, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

RAYMOND, William K., res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 122 NYV, Co. C., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 28, 1862, died of disease Dec. 21, 1862. (Name appears on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.) (Raymond was 21 when he enlisted on Aug. 6, 1862 and died of fever, Swinfen.)

REALS, Charles, b. 1830 Manlius, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. H., enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, married, farmer, still living, P.O. Manlius Station (Minoa), NY. (See below, possible re-enlistment.)

REALS, Charles (see above), private, 3 NY Art., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Oct. 15, 1861, re-enlisted Jan. 2, 1864, P.O. Manlius Station (Minoa), NY.

REALS, Charles, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 6 NY Cav., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., promoted to Sergeant, died at home while on furlough in Feb. 1865 of disease contracted in the service, buried at Fayetteville, NY. (Listed as dying of disease in 1866 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument, Kepler.)

REALS, Curtis, private, 3 NY Art, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Oct. 15, 1861, re-enlisted Jan. 2, 1864, alive, P.O. Chittenango, NY.

REALS, Henry (listed as dying in 1862 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

REALS, William M. (listed as a Town of Manlius recruit in The Fayetteville Gazette, Aug. 7, 1862). (Reals was 22 when he enlisted in Co. C., 122 nd Regt. On Aug. 4, 1862 and was a private when he deserted on Oct. 28, 1862, Swinfen).

RECTOR, Edwin H., (private, Co. A, 12 NY Inf., 4/30/61-5/17/63, rheumatism and heart failure, should have a pension, living Kirkville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

REED, George, b. 1820 Salisbury, CT., private, Scotts 900 Cav., enlisted Syracuse, NY Jan. 21, 1864, mustered in Jan. 21, 1864, farmer, still living, P.O. Perryville, NY. (Listed as dying of disease in 1864 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

REED, Homer H., b. 1838, private, 149th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y. Sept. 1, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

REILAY, Thomas (see RILEY, Thomas)

REILEY, Michael, res. Manlius, NY, private, 14 NYV, enlisted Syracuse, NY Apr. 22, 1861, re-enlisted in Scotts 900 Cav, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY. (Private, Co. H, 14 NYV, 4/15/61-5/23/63; re-enlisted Sergt, 15 NYC 10/13/63-8/9/65, discharged for shot wound in left arm; injured back, living Fayetteville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.)

RELPH (RALPH), John, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 122 NYV, Co. C., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 28, 1862, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY. (Ralph was 35 when he enlisted July 30, 1862 and was discharged June 23, 1865, Swinfen). John Relph...was honorably discharged in June 1865. He returned at once to Fayetteville and resumed his occupation of blacksmithing which he has since followed. During most of the time he has conducted a shop of his own. He was one of the charter members of Fayetteville Tent of Rechabites and has been a consistent member of the order for over 13 years. He is a fine workman, a good citizen, and enjoys the respect of the entire community. He was married when he enlisted and has a large family of children and grandchildren, Weekly Recorder, 11/21/1889.) (Co. C, 122, 7/13/62-6/13/65, living Fayetteville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.) (Buried Fayetteville Cemetery, 1826-1905.)

REMINGTON, George W. (N.?), res. Manlius, NY, b. 1840 Manlius, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. H, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y. Sept. 2, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, married, contractor, promoted to Captain, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY. (Age 24 years; enrolled Sept. 2, 1864, at Manlius to serve one year; mustered in as private, Co. H, Sept. 3, 1864; as Captain, oct. 4, 1864; wounded in action, April 8, 1865; mustered out with company, June 5, 1865, at Alexandria, VA; Major, N.Y. Volunteers, by brevet; commissioned Capt. January 31, 1865, with rank from October 4, 1864, vice Cameron, not mustered (mustered in subsequently), Phisterer.)

REMINGTON, William Henry, res. Manlius, NY, private, 122 NYV, Co. C., no date of enlistment, deserter. (Listed as a Town of Manlius recruit in "The Fayetteville Gazette," Aug. 7, 1862). (Remington was 18 when he enlisted in Co. C., 122nd Regt. Aug. 7, 1862 and was a Corporal when he deserted on October 18, 1862, Swinfen).

RICE, Frederick W., b. 1818, private, 149th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, NY Aug. 20, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, discharged Jul. 18, 1864 disability, P.O. North Manlius, NY.

RICHARD, John, private, 14 Heavy Art, mustered in Feb. 1864, enlisted under name of George Johnson.

RICHARDSON, George H., b. 1843 Manlius, NY, private, 122 NYV, enlisted Syracuse, NY Feb. 22, 1864, mustered in Feb. 22, 1864, farmer, wounded at Wilderness or died in consequence. Died May 1863. Later entry for George H. Richardson says he was killed in action July 12, 1864 Ft. Stevens, D.C. (Town of Manlius Civil War Monument says he was killed in battle in 1863 which is in error, the battle of the Wilderness was in 1864, Kepler.) (Wounded in skirmish at Ft. Stevens, near Washington, D.C., July 12, 1864 per letter of L. M. Nickerson, Chaplain, July 13, 1864.) (Richardson was 21 when he enlisted in Co. C, 122nd on Feb. 22, 1864 and was a Private when discharged on July 14, 1864; wounded at Fort Stevens-died of wounds, Swinfen.) (Private George Richardson, Co. C, 122nd killed at Seventh St., Washington, D.C., July 12th, died of wounds July 14th, 1864, per Regimental Adjutant's office, 1865, repeated in the "Weekly Recorder," May 7, 1891.) (Buried City Point, VA cemetery.)

RICHARDSON, Lyman, b. 1820 Onondaga Co., NY, private, 122 NYV, Co. E, enlisted Syracuse, NY Mar. 19, 1864, mustered in Mar. 21, 1864, caulker, note says "ask J. W. Conklin." Later entry in roster notes Lyman Richardson, private, 122 NYV killed in action March 25, 1865. (Name appears on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.) (Richardson was 44 when he enlisted in Co. C, 122nd on Mar. 19, 1864 and was killed at Fort Fisher Mar. 25, 1865, Swinfen). (Buried Poplar Grove National Cemetery, Petersburg, VA - removed from Poplar Grove Church.)

RICHARDSON, Sumner, b. 1843 Manlius, NY, no rank given, Scotts 900 Cav., enlisted Syracuse, NY Jan. 25, 1864, mustered in Jan. 26, 1864, farmer, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

RICKETTS, William, private, 122 NYV, no date of enlistment, still living, P.O. Manlius Station (Minoa), NY. (Living in Manlius, N.Y. in 1888, Weekly Recorder, 3/1/1888.) (Name does not appear in Swinfen.)

RIDER, Enoch A., private, 16 NYH Art, mustered Jan. 1864, transferred to 6 NYH Art., P.O. Kirkville, NY.

RIELEY (see REILEY)

RILEY, Thomas, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 122 NYV, Co. C., mustered Aug. 28, 1862, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY. (Reilay was 18 when he enlisted on Aug. 12, 1862 and was discharged June 23, 1865, Swinfen). Still alive 1888. (Private Thomas Riley, Co. C, 122nd wounded at Cold Harbor, VA, June lst, 1864 per Regimental Adjutant's official records reported in the Weekly Recorder, May 14, 1891.) Living in Canajoharie, NY in 1888.

ROBBE (Rope?), Thomas, b. 1846 Canada, private, 3 NY Cav., enlisted Syracuse, NY Jan. 25, 1864, mustered in Jan. 26, 1864, clerk, died Sept. 1864. (Name missing from Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

ROBBINS, William R. (Private, Co. H, 147 NY Inf. 9/1/62-8/4/65, living Fayetteville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

ROBERTS, William H. (Private, Co. A, 10 NYC, 12/12/61-12/13/63, transferred to Co. A, l NY Pro 12/31/63-7/19/65, died before 1890, widow living in Town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

ROBINSON, James (substitute for Prin. Ozias Clement, Manlius Station (Minoa), NY), b. 1830 Canada, no regiment listed, enlisted Syracuse, NY, Feb. 23, 1865, mustered in Feb. 23, 1865, married, farmer.

ROBINSON, James S., res. Perryville, NY, b. 1834 Cazenovia, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. H, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 1, 1864, mustered in Sept. 5, 1864, married, farmer, still living, P.O. Perryville, NY.

ROBINSON, Theodore R., res. Fayetteville, NY, b. 1841, Fenner, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. H, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, single, miller, promoted to Sergeant. Wounded at Cedar Creek Nov. 12, 1864 and died in Hospital on Dec. 12, 1864 at Baltimore, MD. (Name appears on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

ROBINSON, William, res. Manlius Station (Minoa), NY, b. 1839, private, 149th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y. Aug. 28, 1862, mustered in Sep. 18, 1862, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

ROBINSON, William A., res. Fayetteville, N.Y., b. 1830, private, 149 th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y. Aug. 28, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, N.Y.

ROGERS, George (private, Co. G, 3rd Art. 2/1/64-7/7/65, died before 1890, widow, Margaret, living Fayetteville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

ROGERS, George (private, Co. F, 2 NYC 9/13/64-6/5/65, died before 1890, widow, Ann, living Fayetteville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.)

ROGERS, George W., b. 1839 Cazenovia, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. H, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., Sept. 7, 1864, mustered in Sept. 7, 1864, married, farmer, still living, P.O. Sandy Creek, NY.

ROGERS, Patrick, res. Manlius, NY, b. 1820 Ireland, private, 2 NYC, no company listed, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, laborer, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

ROLF, David, res. North Manlius, NY, b. 1835 England, private, 2 NYC, Co. H, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, married, farmer, still living, P.O. North Manlius, NY.

ROLFE, Daniel (listed as dying of wounds in 1864 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

ROLFE, George (listed as dying of wounds in 1865 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

ROOT, Theodore S., b. 1818, private, 149th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, NY Aug. 29, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, farmer, still living, P.O. Kirkville, NY. (Buried Fayetteville Cemetery, ae. 61, d. 1881.)

ROWE, John, (private, Co. C, 149 NY Inf. 8/13/62-6/26/65, living Town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

RUSS, Henry J., res. Manlius, NY, private, 122 NYV, Co. C., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 28, 1862, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY. (Russ was 32 when he enlisted on Aug. 7, 1862 and was discharged June 23, 1865, Swinfen.) (b. 1830, d. Nov. 28, 1904, ae. 74-11-18, Co. C, 122 N.Y.V., buried Christ Church Cemetery.) (Living in Manlius, NY in 1888.)

RUSSELL, Sanford W., res. Manlius, NY, musician, Scotts 900, Co. C., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Sept. 5, 1862, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

RYAN, Thomas, b. 1842 Ireland, private, 8 NYC, no company listed, enlisted Syracuse, NY Mar. 16, 1865, mustered in Mar. 16, 1865, single, laborer, no further information.

SABIN, William C., res. Fayetteville, NY, b. 1853 Lisbon, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. H, enlisted Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, farmer, promoted to Corporal, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

SANDERS, Andrew, b. 1838 Manlius, NY, private, Scotts 900 Cav., enlisted Feb. 15, 1864, mustered in Feb. 15, 1864, laborer, no further information.

SANDERSON, Henry J., private, Co. C, 122, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 28, 1862, transferred to Invalid Corps, still living, P.O. Manlius, N.Y. (listed as a Town of Manlius recruit in The Fayetteville Gazette, Aug. 7, 1862). (Sanderson was 44 when he enlisted in Co. C, 122nd Regt. On Aug. 1, 1862 and was a private when transferred to the V.R.C. on June 26, 1865, Swinfen.) (Living in Ohio in 1888.)

SANDERSON, John, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 122 NYV, Co. C., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 28, 1862, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY. (Sanderson was 18 when he enlisted on Aug. 1, 1862 and was discharged June 23, 1865, Swinfen.)

SANDERSON, William, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 22 NY Cav., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Jan. 10, 1864, discharged Nov. 27, 1864, died after discharge of disease contracted in the service. (Listed as dying of disease in 1865 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

SANFORD, Joseph, b. 1847, enlisted 1865, in 9 months. Died 1919, buried at Fayetteville - note at end of roster, no information on regiment, enlistment, etc.)

SARNFRED, James, res. North Manlius, NY, private, 11 NYC, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in July 7, 1864.

SATTERLEE, Daniel, (teamster, Co. I, lst Reg. NYV, 8/28/62-7/19/65, rheumatism, living Manlius Center, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

SAYLES, Albert (listed as dying of disease in 1864 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

SCALLEY, Peter, (private, Co. M, l ?NYV, 4/1/65-7/19/65, living Town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

SCHWARTZ, Christian, b. 1825, private, 149th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, NY Aug. 25, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, transferred to Vet R Corps, P.O. Manlius Station (Minoa), NY.

SEIBERT, James, res. Manlius Station (Minoa), NY, b. 1841, private, 149 th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y. Aug. 27, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, still living, P.O. Manlius Station, NY.

SEIBERT, John, b. 1840, private, 149th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 5, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, transferred to Vet R Corps, P.O. Manlius Station (Minoa), NY. (Buried St. Mary/United Methodist, Minoa, d. Apr. 1868, ae. 28.)

SEON, Joseph, b. 1836, private, 149th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y. Sept. 2, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, killed in action May 3, 1863 at Chancellorsville, VA., ae. 26. (Buried old St. Mary's Roman Catholic Cemetery in Minoa, d. 3 May 1863, ae. 26-10-28, killed in the battle of Chancellorsville, VA. (Name appears on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

SHAFFER, Albert, b. 1842, private, 149th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 2, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, still living, PO Manlius Center, NY.

SHAVER, George, res. Kirkville, NY, b. 1843 Manlius, NY, private, 16 NY Heavy Art., enlisted Syracuse, NY Jan. 8, 1864, mustered in Jan. 8, 1864, farmer, still living, P.O. Kirkville, N.Y.; still living, P.O. Chittenango, NY May 11, 1927.

SHEARER, James F., b. 1841, private, 149th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, NY Aug. 28, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, died in Hospital Feb. 20, 1864 at Stevenson, AL of disease. (Name appears as J.J. Shearer on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument, Kepler.)

SHEARER, William M., Lieutenant (buried Christ Church Cemtery, 15 NY Cavalry, d. ___, buried here 4 Oct. 1864.) (Name missing from Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

SHELDON, William, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 122 NYV, Co. C., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 28, 1862, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY. (Listed as being murdered in 1864 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.) (Shelden was 18 when he enlisted on July 30, 1862 and was wounded at the battle of the Wilderness on June 23, 1865, Swinfen.) (Private William Sheldon, Co. C, 122nd, wounded in the Wilderness, VA, May 6th , 1864 per Regimental Adjutant's official recorders, 1865 reported in the Weekly Recorder, May 7, 1891.)

SHENDORF, Frederick, Jr., private, 2 NYC, all right, P.O. Manlius Station (Minoa), NY.

SHEPHARD, Francis, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 6 NYC, mustered in Nov. 1862, re-enlisted in same Regiment.

SHEPHARD, John G., res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 15 NYC, mustered in Aug. 1863, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

SILVER, Francis, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 50 NYR, mustered in Aug. 1861, promoted to Sergeant, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

SIMPSON, John L., res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 2 NYC, mustered in Sept. 1864, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

SITTERLEY, Ben R., (private, Co. F, 3 Art. 1861-3/11/65, served 3 yrs, 2 months, 21 days, living Fayetteville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

SMITH, Adam, res. North Manlius, NY, b. 1842, private, 149th , Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, NY Aug. 21, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, promoted to Sergeant, still living, P.O. North Manlius, NY.

SMITH, Bartlett, res. Fayetteville, NY, b. London, England, private, Vol. Eng., Co. D, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 1861, painter and paper hanger, promoted to Sergeant, re-enlisted March 1864, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY, died Jan. 19, 1902, buried at Fayetteville (Sect. 5). (Sergeant, Co. D, 50 NY Inf. 9/61-?; 3/64-6/13/65, living Fayetteville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.)

SMITH, Calvin (listed as a Town of Manlius recruit in The Fayetteville Gazette, Aug. 7, 1862). (Smith was 21 when he enlisted in Co. C, 122 nd Regt. On Aug. 11, 1862 and was a private when discharged on June 23, 1865, Swinfen.) (Living in Pompey, NY in 1888.)

SMITH, Charles, private, 101 NYR, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Nov. 1861, re-enlisted Feb. 1864, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

SMITH, Edwin, b. 1826, private, 149th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, NY Aug. 29, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, discharged Apr. 9, 1863, P.O. Manlius Station (Minoa), NY.

SMITH, Edwin (listed as a Town of Manlius recruit in The Fayetteville Gazette, Aug. 7, 1862). (Smith was 23 when he enlisted on Aug. 4, 1862 in Co. C, 122 nd and was a private when transferred to the V.R.C. on June 28, 1865, Swinfen.)

SMITH, James, res. Manlius, NY, b. 1832 Ireland, private, 2 NYC, Co. F, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y. Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, farmer, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

SMITH, James B., (private, Co. I, 61 NY Inf., Apr 1861-Sept. 1861, 5 months, disability discharge; also Co. I, 13 NYC, Sept. 1862-Aug. 65, 2 yr, 11 mo., living Town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

SMITH, John, res. Manlius, NY, b. 1841 Manlius, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. F, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, single, farmer, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

SMITH, Levi, (private, Co. A, NYV, 9/1/62-10/10/65, diarrhea, lameness, living Manlius Station (Minoa), NY, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

SMITH, Marcellus B. (listed as dying of disease in 1865 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.) (Buried in Fayetteville Cemetery, d. 1865, ae. 19.)

SMITH, Royal Willard (member 11th N.Y. Cavalry, buried Fayetteville Cemetery, section two, Kepler). (d. 9/25/1913, ae. 70, Corporal, Co. M, 11 N.Y. Cavalry.)

SMITH, William, b. 1843 Onondaga, NY, private, 6 NY Cav., enlisted Syracuse, NY Feb. 11, 1864, mustered in Feb. 11, 1864, bartender, no further information.

SMITH, William G., res. Fayetteville, NY, b. 1826 Onondaga, NY, private, 6 NY Cav., also private, 16 NY heavy Art., re-enlisted Syracuse, NY Jan. 21, 1864, mustered in Jan. 21, 1864, farmer, still alive, P.O. Chittenango, NY. Died Nov. 12, 1921 at Fayetteville.

SNANLY, Peter, b. 1846 Germany, private, 2 NYC, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, laborer, still living, P.O. Manlius Station (Minoa), NY.

SNEBLEY, Valentine (listed as killed in battle in 1864 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument).

SNIVELY, William, res. Manlius Station (Minoa), NY, b. 1839, private, 149 th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 2, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, still living, P.O. Manlius Station, NY.

SNOOK, Marcellus, res. Fayetteville, NY, b. 1846 Highbridge, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. F, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y. Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, single, promoted to Sergeant, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY. (Died Aug. 1922, ae. 74, farmer, lived High Bridge Rd., Fayetteville Bulletin, 9/1/1922.)

SNOOK, Selah J., res. Fayetteville, NY, b. 1845, Manlius, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. H., enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept 5, 1864, mustered in Sept. 5, 1864, single, laborer, still living, Fayetteville, NY.

SNOOK, Theodore, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 15 NYC, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 1863, promoted to Corporal, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

SNOW, Parker J., b. 1843, private, 149th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 4, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, discharged Oct. 22, 1862, P.O. Kirkville, NY.

SNYDER, Michael, b. 1826, private, 149th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, NY Aug. 28, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, died in Hospital at Acquia Landing, VA on June 20, 1863 of wounds received in action May 3, 1863 at Chancellorville, VA. (Listed as dying by disease, in error, on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument, Kepler.)

SOULE, James M., res. Cazenovia, NY, b. 1844 Cazenovia, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. G, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, married, farmer, still living, P.O. Cazenovia, NY.

SPRAGUE, DeWitt C. (captured at Bull Run, taken to Richmond, arrived home Sept. 1861, lived Fayetteville, re-enlisted, promoted to Lieutenant, Kepler) (May be credited elsewhere.)

STACK, Garrett P., b. 1820 Ireland, private, 2 NYC, Co. H, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, married, laborer, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY. (Private, Co. H, 2 NYC, 9/3/64-6/5/65, living Fayetteville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.)

STANTON, Joseph, b. 1847 Oneida Co., NY, private, 193rd, no company listed, enlisted Syracuse, NY Mar. 9, 1865, mustered in Mar. 9, 1865, boatman, died 1919, buried at Fayetteville, NY.

STARLING, Benjamin, (private, Co. F, 152 Inf., 9/6/62-8/63, living Kirkville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedule, no disability listed.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

STAUBES, Jacob, res. Tully, NY, b. 1824 Switzerland, private, 2 NYC, Co. F, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 2, 1864, mustered in Sept. 2, 1864, married, mechanic, still living, P.O. Tully, NY.

STEARNS, Seymour H., res. Manlius Center, NY, b. 1843, private, 149 th, Co. F, enlisted Syracuse, NY Aug. 27, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, discharged Oct. 24, 1862. (Died May 10, 1876, ae. 33, Co. F, 149 th Regt. NY Vol., buried Manlius Center Cemetery.)

STEINBURG, Allen, private, 50 NYR, mustered Aug. 1861, re-enlisted Feb. 1864 in 15 NYR.

STERLING, Joseph, b. 1844 NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. H, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept 7, 1864, farmer, still living. No P.O. listed.

STEVENS, Theodore E., res. Manlius, NY, b. 1829, Lieut., 149th , Co. F, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 8, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, no occupation listed, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

STIENBURG, William, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 22 NYC, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Jan. 10, 1864, promoted to Sergeant, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

STINGER, George (substitute for prin. George F. Dominick, Kirkville, NY), b. 1825 France, no regiment listed, enlisted Syracuse, NY Feb. 13, 1865, mustered in Feb. 13, 1865, farmer, no further information.

STOORS, Levi, b. 1843 Barnetts (?), private, 193rd, no company listed, enlisted Syracuse, NY Mar. 9, 1865, mustered in Mar. 9, 1865, single, laborer, no further information.

STOUTENGER (STOUHTENGER), Perry, b. 1831, private, 149th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y. Aug. 27, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, transferred to Vet R Corps, P.O. Manlius Station (Minoa), NY. (Private, Co. F, 149, 8/62-1863, served 1-3-0, living N. Manlius, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.)

STRESSNER, John, b. 1835, private, 149th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y. Aug. 20, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, died in Hospital at Philadelphia, PA. Jan. 25, 1863 of disease. (Name appears on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

SULLIVAN, John, res. Manlius, NY, b. 1846 Ireland, private, 2 NYC, Co. H, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 2, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, single, miller, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

SULLIVAN, Mark, res. Manlius, NY, b. 1836 Ireland, private, 2 NYC, Co. F, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 2, 1864, mustered in Sept. 2, 1864, single, farmer, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

SWAN, Caleb S., private, 50 NYV, re-enlisted Feb. 8, 1864 in same Regiment, dishonorably discharged.

TAGUE (see TEGG).

TAFFNER, James, res. North Manlius, NY, 2 NYC, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Sept. 2, 1864, all right, P.O. North Manlius, NY.

TAPPEN, Seth (substitute for Prin. Benjamin F. Hopkins, Manlius, NY), b. 1845 Canada, no regiment listed, enlisted Syracuse, NY Feb. 11, 1865, mustered in Feb. 11, 1865, laborer, no further information.

TAYLOR, A. S. (listed as dying of disease in 1864 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

TAYLOR, Alonzo, res. Manlius, NY, b. 1845 Hartsville (Mycenae), NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. G, enlisted Sept. 2, 1864, mustered in Sept. 5, 1864, single, farmer, still living, P.O. Chittenango, NY.

TAYLOR, Jerome (listed as killed in battle in 1864 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument).

TEGG (TAGUE), Henry, res. Fayetteville, NY, b. 1829 England, private, 2 NYC, Co. G, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, married, carpenter, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

TEGG, William, res. North Manlius, NY, b. 1838, private, 149th , Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, NY Aug. 27, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, promoted from Private to Corporal May 1, 1865, still living, P.O. North Manlius, NY. (D. Sept. 1921, ae. 81, Fayetteville Bulletin, 9/30/1921.)

TEMPLE, Garrett W., (private, Manlius Veteran, N.Y., living Manlius, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

TEMPLETON, Thomas O., res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 122 NYV, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 1862, promoted to Corporal, wounded at (no location listed), still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY. (Templeton was 36 when he enlisted in Co. E, 122nd on July 22, 1862 and was a Corporal when discharged on July 17, 1865; wounded at Cedar Creek, Swinfen.) (Corporal, Co. E, 122, 7/18/62-7/18/65, living Fayetteville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.) (Died 11/18/1894, ae. 72, private Co. E, 122, buried Fayetteville Cemetery.)

TERPENY, Lorenzo, mustered in the U.S. Navy August 1861.

TERWILLIGER, James K., res. Manlius, NY, b. Cicero, NY, private, 122, Co. K, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., died in Rebel Prison, Millen, GA, Nov. 1864. (Listed as dying of disease in 1864 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument; name spelled as Terwilleger.) (Terwilliger was 26 when he enlisted on Aug. 15, 1862 and was a private when he deserted on May 26, 1864, Swinfen.)

TERWILLIGER, Joseph, private, 122, Co. G, enlisted Elbridge, NY, mustered in Aug. 15, 1862 (should be Aug. 28, 1862), deserted at Williamsport, MD Sept. 24, 1862. (Terwilliger, Joseph was 37 when he enlisted on Aug. 6, 1862 and was a private when he deserted on Sept. 24, 1862, Swinfen.)

TERWILLIGER, Richard, res. Manlius, NY, b. Cicero, NY, private, 122, Co. K, died in Virginia at Belleplain Nov. 1862. (Name spelled as Terwilleger on Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.) (Terwilliger was 18 when he enlisted on Aug. 12, 1862 and was a private when he died of inflammation of the lungs on Dec. 10, 1862, Swinfen.)

TERWILLIGER, William, res. North Manlius, NY, private, 122 NYV, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 12, 1862 (should be Aug. 28, 1862), all right, P.O. North Manlius, NY. (Terwilliger was 19 when he enlisted in Co. K, 122 nd on Aug. 11, 1862 and was a private when he was discharged for disability on Jan. 17, 1863, Swinfen.)

THATCHER, Fitz A., res. Fayetteville, NY, b. 1844, musician, 149th , Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y. Aug. 22, 1862, mustered Sept. 18, 1862, discharged Jan. 25, 1863, still living, P.O. Washington, D.C.

THOMAS, Abram (listed as a Town of Manlius recruit in "The Fayetteville Gazette," Aug. 7, 1862). (Thomas was 45 when he enlisted in Co. C, 122 nd on July 30, 1862 and was a private when discharged on June 25, 1865, Swinfen.)

THOMPSON, Patrick, res. Fayetteville, NY, b. 1827 Ireland, (listed as a Town of Manlius recruit in "The Fayetteville Gazette," Aug. 7, 1862). (Thompson was 35 when he enlisted in Co. C, 122nd on Aug. 1, 1862 and was a private when discharged for disability on Dec. 7, 1863; also Scotts 900 Cav., enlisted Syracuse, NY Feb. 10, 1864, mustered in Feb. 10, 1864, laborer, died in the service of disease. (Name appears on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

THOMPSON, Stephen C. (listed as a Town of Manlius recruit in "The Fayetteville Gazette," Aug. 7, 1862). (Thompson was 28 when he enlisted in Co. C, 122 nd on July 30, 1862 and was a private when discharged on June 23, 1865, Swinfen). (Listed as a survivor of the 122nd, still alive 1888.)

THURSTON, Theodore, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 22 NYC, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Jan. 10, 1864, promoted to Corporal, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

TIMMONS, Thomas J., res. Fayetteville, b. 1841 Manlius, NY, private, 14 NYV, taken prisoner and taken to Richmond; also private, Scotts 900 Cav., re-enlisted Syracuse, NY Jan. 20, 1864, mustered in Jan. 20, 1864, cooper, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY. (Buried Fayetteville Cemetery, 1842-1917, died in Syracuse, ae. 75, contractor.)

TODD, George E., surgeon, 12 NYR, mustered May 1861, re-enlisted in the Navy, still in the service. (M.D., buried Fayetteville Cemetery, civilian tombstone, USN beneath his name, died 1874, Kepler).

TODD, Henry P. (Served with Co. B, 3d NY Volunteer Cavalry, survived the war (Kepler).

TORREY, Seymour D., res. Fayetteville, NY, b. 1843 Clay, NY, private, 149th, Co. F, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 1, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, discharged Sept. 3, 1863, P.O. Fayetteville, NY; also private, 2 NYC, re-enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, single, mechanic, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

TOTTEN, Joseph, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 122 NYV, Co. C., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 28, 1862, promoted to Corporal, died of disease March 1864. (Name appears on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.) Buried Fayetteville Cemetery. (Totten was 45 when he enlisted on July 30, 1862 and was a Corporal when he died of consumption on Apr. 11, 1864, Swinfen.) (Died of typhoid fever in hospital at Sandusky, Ohio April 11, 1863, Claim for Widow's Pension, with Minor Children.)

TOTTLE, John, b. 1842 England, private, 16 NY Heavy Art., enlisted Syracuse, NY Jan. 21, 1864, mustered in Jan. 21, 1864, clerk, still alive, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

TOWN, George, enlisted Syracuse Aug. 12, 1862, 122, Co. K, returned to rank prior to Dec. 8, 1863, discharged Jan. 24, 1864. Information received from Mrs. Clifford Brown, Minoa, NY, Oct. 9, 1956 from N.Y. State Adjutant General's office. (Town was 32 when he enlisted in Co. K, 122nd on Aug. 12, 1862 and was a Corporal when discharged on Jan. 24, 1864.)

TOWNSEND, Warren, b. 1836 Manlius, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. G, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 5, 1864, mustered in Sept. 5, 1864, farmer, still living, P.O. Chittenango, NY.

TRUAX, George (substitute for Prin. Howard H. Edwards, Fayetteville, NY), b. 1830 Canada, private, no regiment listed, enlisted Syracuse, NY Feb. 11, 1865, mustered in Feb. 11, 1865, single, laborer, no further information.

TRUMBULL, George, private, 3 NY Art., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Dec. 1863, alive, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

TUTTLE, Philemon H., res. Manlius, NY, private, 122 NYV, Co. C., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 28, 1862, promoted to Corporal, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY. (Tuttle was 22 when he enlisted on Aug. 2, 1862 and was a Corporal when he was discharged on June 26, 1865, Swinfen.) (Living in Cleveland, OH in 1888.)

ULMER, John (private, Co. R, 185 NY Inf. 9/5/64-6/28/65, living Fayetteville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.) (May be credited elsewhere.) (Died 9/7/1916, ae. 81, Co. B, 185th NYV, buried Fayetteville Cemetery.)

UMBRACH, John, b. 1844, private, 149th, Co., F., enlisted Aug. 25, 1862, mustered Sep. 18, 1862, killed in action July 19, 1864 near Atlanta, GA. (Name appears on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

UNDERWOOD, Thomas (listed as a Town of Manlius recruit in "The Fayetteville Gazette," Aug. 7, 1862). (Underwood was 23 when he enlisted in Co. C, 122 nd on Aug. 4, 1862 and was a private when discharged on June 23, 1865; captured near Fairfax Court House, Swinfen.) (Living in Syracuse, NY in 1888.)

UPHAM, John H., b. 1840, private, 149th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, NY Aug. 21, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, transferred to Vet. R Corps, P.O. Syracuse, NY.

VAIL, Aaron, res. Manlius, NY, private, 61st, Co. I, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., wounded, right arm shot off at Gettysburg, PA July 3, 1863, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

VALE (Vail?), Sanford, (private, Co. F, 2 NYC, 9/22/64-7/18/65, catarrh and rheumatism, discharged from hospital at Frederick City, living Town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.) (May be credited elsewhere.) (Died June 1918, ae. 71, Manlius resident for 40 years.)

VAN ANTWERP, James L., (died 7 Dec. 1892, ae. 72, Priv. Co. E, 64 NYV, buried Kirkville Cemetery.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

VAN EPPS, Andrew, private, 149th, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, still living, P.O. Kirkville, NY.

VAN EPPS, Charles, res. Kirkville, NY, b. 1846 Perryville, NY, private, 16 NY Heavy Art., enlisted Syracuse, NY Jan. 11, 1864, mustered in Jan. 11, 1864, farmer, still living, P.O. Kirkville, NY.

VAN HORNE, William G., (Sergeant, Co. A, 1st Reg. Vet Res. Corps, 3/1/64-11/14/65, heart disease, living Manlius Station (Minoa), N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.) (May be credited elsewhere.) (Born Springfield, Otsego Co., 1838, died July 1895, ae. 57 buried Evangelical Cemetery, Manlius Station (Minoa), lst Reg. NY Res. Corps.)

VAN SCHAACK, Cornelius, res. Manlius, NY, b. 1842 Manlius, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. F, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, single, lawyer, promoted to First Lieutenant, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY. (Age 21 years; enrolled Sept. 3, 1864, at Manlius to serve one year; mustered in as First Lieut., Co. F, Oct. 4, 1864; mustered out, June 5, 1865, at Alexandria, VA; Captain, N.Y. volunteers, by brevet; commissioned First Lieut. Sept. 26, 1864, with rank from Sept. 24, 1864, original, Phisterer.)

VAUGH, John W., private, 149 NYV, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Sept. 14, 1862, alive, P.O. Syracuse, NY.

WACK, Andrew, private, 101 NYV, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Nov. 1861, still living, P.O. Kirkville, NY.

WACK, John, b. 1841 Manlius, NY, private, 2 NYC, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 5, 1864, laborer, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

WACK, John, mustered in Sept. 25, 1864; re-enlisted Jan. 1864 in 140 NYV, P.O. Kirkville, NY.

WAGGONER, Fritz, res. Fayetteville, NY, b. 1826 Germany, private, 16 NY Heavy Art., enlisted Syracuse, NY Jan. 11, 1864, mustered in Jan. 11, 1864, married, laborer, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

WALKER, Alfred (listed as dying of disease in 1864 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument; name spelled Wlker.) (Alfred Walker, brother of Benjamin Walker, died of starvation in Andersonville prison, Weekly Recorder, Mar. 8, 1888.)

WALKER, Benjamin, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 122 NYC, Co. C., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., single, taken prisoner and never heard from. (Walker was 18 when he enlisted on Aug. 1, 1862 and was a private when discharged on June 23, 1865; wounded at Wilderness, Swinfen.) (Private Benjamin Walker, Co. C, 122nd wounded in the Wilderness, May 6th, 1864 per Regimental Adjutant's official records reported in the Weekly Recorder," May 21, 1891.) (Living in Canada, totally blind in 1888, brother of Alfred Walker, "Weekly Recorder," Mar. 8, 1888.)

WAGNER, ?, (d. Oct. 1875, ae. 59, Private, Co. D, 16th NY Art., buried St. Marys & United Methodist cemetery.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

WALKER, Thomas A., (buried I.C. Cemetery, Fayetteville, N.Y., (b. 21 Dec. 1836, d. 21 Dec. 1919, Co. K, 114 NYV.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

WALKER, William A., res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 122 NYV, Co. C, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 28, 1862, captured at Wilderness, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY. (Walker was 18 when he enlisted on Aug. 1, 1862 and was absent at muster out; captured at Wilderness, Swinfen.)

WALLER, James H., res. Fayetteville, NY, b. 1844 Manlius, NY, private, 16 NY Heavy Art., enlisted Syracuse, NY Jan. 14, 1864, mustered in Jan. 14, 1864, married, farmer, promoted to Corporal, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

WALRATH, Hezekiah, res. Manlius Center, NY, private, 122 NYV, no date of enlistment, died of disease 1863. (Name appears on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.) (Walrath was 33 when he enlisted in Co. E, 122nd on July 28, 1862 and was a private when he died of disease on March 5, 1863, Swinfen). (Died Mar. 8, 1863, ae. 35-2-5, 122 Reg. NYV, d. at Falmouth, VA hospital--inscription at Manlius Center Cemetery) (Inscription also at Fayetteville Cemetery, d. 3/5/1863, ae. 35, Co. E, 122 NYV.)

WALTER, Charles A., res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 11 NY Cav., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Sept. 1863, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

WALTER, David, res. Fayetteville, NY, b. 1821 Canton, NY, private, 3 NY Light Art., enlisted Syracuse, NY Feb. 4, 1864, mustered in Feb. 4, 1864, married, boatman, still living, P.O. Montezuma, NY.

WALTERS, James R., res. Fayetteville, NY, b. 1840, private, 149th , Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., Aug. 28, 1852, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

WALTERS, John M., res. Fayetteville, NY, b. 1846 Fayetteville, NY, private, 16 NY Heavy Art., enlisted Syracuse, NY Jan. 13, 1864, mustered in Jan. 13, 1864, printer, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY. (Private, Co. A, 16 NY Heavy Art., Jan. 13, 1864-9/21/1865, deafness, living Town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.)

WARNER, Henry S. (see WARREN, Henry S.)

WARNER, Seymour, private, 101 NYV, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Dec. 1861, re-enlisted Feb. 1863 40 NYV.

WARREN, Henry S., b. 1828 Farmington, NY, private, 16 NY Heavy Art., enlisted Syracuse, NY Jan. 14, 1864, mustered in Jan. 14, 1864, carpenter, missing supposed to have been killed. (Listed as dying of disease in 1864 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

WASHBURN, Lewis, (private, Co. B, 1st ?, 10/11/62-11/9/63, re-en. Co.?, 11 Reg Mines, 8/26/64-6/26/65, living Town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

WATERMAN, James S., res. Fayetteville, NY, b. 1846 Manlius, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. F, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 2, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, single, farmer, killed in Battle Ashland, VA Mar. 15, 1865. (Name appears on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

WATERS, Mitchell D. (listed as a Town of Manlius recruit in "The Fayetteville Gazette," Aug. 7, 1862). (Waters was 30 when he enlisted in Co. C, 122 nd Aug. 7, 1862 and was a private when he deserted on Sept. 12, 1862, Swinfen).

WEBER, Anthony, (Sergeant, Co. H, 149, 8/28/62-6/20/65, living Elkhorn Springs (Highbridge), N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

WELCH, John, b. 1842 Ireland, private, 185 NYV, no company listed, enlisted Syracuse, NY Mar. 16, 1865, mustered in Mar. 16, 1865, single, laborer, no further information.

WEST, Henry, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, Scotts 900 Cav., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., wounded July 16, 1862, promoted to Lieutenant, had been in the 79 NYV discharged, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

WHALEN, Jacob, res. Fayetteville, NY, b. 1840, private, 149th , Co. F, enlisted Syracuse, NY Aug 21, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, promoted to Sergeant, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

WHEELER, John B., res. Manlius, NY, b. 1820 Dutchess Co., NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. H, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 2, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, married, farmer, still living, P.O. address Fayetteville, NY. Died Feb. 28, 1892.

WHEELER, Samuel, res. North Manlius, NY, private, 3 NY Art., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Feb. 27, 1864, alive, P.O. North Manlius, NY.

WHELAN, Delbert, b. 1846 Manlius, NY, private, 16 NY Heavy Art., enlisted Syracuse, NY Jan. 14, 1864, mustered in Jan. 14, 1864, boatman, still living, P.O. Kirkville, NY.

WHITE, Edwin (listed as dying of disease in 1863 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

WHITE, Henry H., b. 1843 Manlius, NY, private, 15 NY Cav., enlisted Syracuse, NY Jan. 4, 1864, mustered in Jan. 5, 1864, blacksmith, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

WHITE, Horace C., (private, 40 NY Inf., 10/61-12/28/63, re-enlisted Co. C, 40 NY, 12/29/63-10/3/65, living Town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

WHITE, John D., (private, Co. D, 16 Inf., 8/29/62-8/10/63, living Fayetteville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

WHITE, William H., (private, Co. I, 61 Inf., 10/21/61-5/12/64, living Town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

WILBUR, Nelson, (private, Co. B, 7th, 6/1862-9/25/62, living Fayetteville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules, no disability listed.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

WILCOX, John, res. Fayetteville, NY, b. 1846 Highbridge, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. H, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, single, farmer, still living, Fayetteville, NY.

WILCOX, John, note at end of roster says a John Wilcox, 11 NYV was taken prisoner in Fall 1861 (Fall 1861 crossed out), P.O. PA.

WILCOX, Stephen F., res. Kirkville, NY, b. 1837 Syracuse, NY, private, 9 NY Heavy Art., enlisted Syracuse, NY Dec. 30, 1863, mustered in Dec. 30, 1863, soldier, still living, P.O. Kirkville, NY.

WILL, William F., res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 122 NYV, Co. C., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 28, 1862, promoted to Sergeant; discharged to accept Lieut Com. in Colored Regiment, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY. (Will was 20 when he enlisted on July 30, 1862 and was a Sergeant when transferred to 39th Regiment, U.S. Colored Troops, Apr. 1, 1864, Swinfen.) (Still alive 1888.) (Age 20 years; enrolled July 30, 1862 at Manlius to serve three years; mustered in as Sergeant, Co. C, 122nd N.Y.V. July 31, 1862, promoted First Sergeant in Oct. 1863; discharged Apr. 1, 1864 for promotion to First Lieut., 39th U.S. Colored Infantry; resigned as such June 30, 1865, Phisterer.)

WILLIAMS, Charles E., b. 1843 Manlius, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. F, enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, single, farmer, promoted to Corporal, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

WILLIAMS, Charles M., res. Manlius, NY, private, 122 NYV, Co. C., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 28, 1862, promoted to Corporal, wounded at Gettysburg, then killed in action, Battle of Cedar Creek, VA, Oct. 19, 1864. (Name appears on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.) (Williams was 31 when he enlisted on Aug. 6, 1862, Swinfen.) (Corporal Charles M. Williams, Co. C, 122nd, killed at Cedar Run, VA. October 19th , 1864, Regimental Adjutant's official records, 1865, reported in the "Weekly Recorder," May 7, 1891.) (Buried Cold Harbor, VA National Cemetery.)

WILLIAMS, Edwin, res. Fayetteville, NY, b. 1833 England, private, 2 NYC, Co. H, enlisted Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, married, farmer, still alive, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

WILLIAMS, Elihu, res. Manlius, NY, b. 1820 Manlius, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. F, enlisted Sept. 2, 1864, mustered in Sept. 2, 1864, married, mechanic, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

WILLIAMS, Emmerson, res. Fayetteville, NY, b. 1846 Pompey, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. H, enlisted Syracuse, NY, Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, single, mechanic, promoted to Corporal, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

WILSON, Calvin H., b. 1840, private, 149th, Co. F, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y. Aug. 30, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, promoted to Sergeant. Discharged Feb. 6, 1865 by reasons of wounds received in action May 15, 1864 at Resaca, GA. (Wounded in action May 3, 1863 at Chancellorsville, VA; October 28, 1863 at Wauhatchie, TN, and for a third time at Resaca, GA, Kepler).

WILSON, William, b. 1840 Canada, private, 193 NYV, Co. E, enlisted Syracuse, NY Mar. 13, 1865, mustered in Mar. 13, 1865, married, nail cutter.

WING, Charles A., res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 50 NYR, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 15, 1861, promoted to Sergeant, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

WINN, James, b. 1844 NY City, private, 22 NYC, no company listed, enlisted Syracuse, NY Mar 13, 1865, mustered in Mar. 13, 1865, single, boatman, no further information.

WIRE, Michael, res. Manlius Station (Minoa), NY, private, 3 NY Art, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Oct. 7, 1861, re-enlisted Jan. 2, 1864, all right, P.O. Manlius Station, NY.

WIRE, Peter, res. Manlius Station (Minoa), NY, private, 149 NYA, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Sept. 2, 1862, all right, P.O. Manlius Station, NY.

WORDEN, Alfred (listed as a Town of Manlius recruit in The Fayetteville Gazette, Aug. 7, 1862). (Worden was 38 when he enlisted in Co. C, 122 nd on Aug. 7, 1862 and was a Corporal when discharged on June 23, 1865; wounded at Cold Harbor, Swinfen). (Listed as a surviving member of Co. C in the Weekly Recorder, Feb. 16, 1888.) (Private Alfred Worden, Co. C, wounded at Cold harbor, VA, June 1st, 1864 per Regimental Adjutant's official records reported in the Weekly Recorder, May 14, 1891.) (Co. C, 122, 8/7/62-6/23/65, living Fayetteville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.)

WORDEN, Arnold, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 16 NY Art, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY.

WORDEN, Isaac, private, 122 NYV, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 1862 (should be Aug. 28, 1862), transferred to Vet. Reserve Corp, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY. (Worden was 22 when he enlisted in Co. C, 122 nd on Aug. 11, 1862 and was transferred to the V.R.C. on Jan. 23, 1864, Swinfen.) (d. 4 Nov 1875, ae. 35, Pvt. Co. C 122nd NYV, buried Christ Church Cemetery, Manlius, N.Y.)

WORDEN, John, private, 11 NYV, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., still living, P.O. PA.

WORDEN, O. T. (listed as dying of disease in 1863 on the Town of Manlius Civil War Monument.)

WORDEN, Palmer, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 122 NYV, Co. C., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Aug. 28, 1862, still living, P.O. Fayetteville, NY. (Worden was 19 when he enlisted on Aug. 6, 1862 and was a drummer when discharged on June 23, 1865, Swinfen). (Living in Fayetteville, NY in 1888.)

WRIGHT, Adelbert, res. Fayetteville, NY, private, 22 NY Cav., enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., mustered in Jan. 10, 1864, promoted to Sergeant, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY.

WRIGHT, Byron A. (listed as a Town of Manlius recruit in The Fayetteville Gazette, Aug. 7, 1862). (Wright was 21 when he enlisted in Co. C, 122 nd on Aug. 11, 1862 and was a private when discharged on June 23, 1865, Swinfen.) (Living in Lafayette, NY in 1888.)

WRIGHT, Charles V. (listed as a Town of Manlius recruit in The Fayetteville Gazette, Aug. 7, 1862). (Wright was 18 when he enlisted in Co. C, 122 nd on Aug. 1, 1862 and was a private when discharged on Aug. 10, 1863, Swinfen.) Still alive 1888.

WRIGHT, Edward, (no information, living Fayetteville, N.Y., 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.) (May be credited elsewhere.)

WRIGHT, Edwin L. (listed as a Town of Manlius recruit in The Fayetteville Gazette, Aug. 7, 1862). (Wright was 18 when he enlisted in Co. C, 122 nd on Aug. 1, 1862 and was a private when discharged on June 23, 1865; wounded at Cold Harbor, Swinfen.) (Still alive 1888.) (Possibly buried Christ Church Cemetery, Manlius, N.Y., d. 9 Nov. 1926, ae. 79.)

WRIGHT, William, res. Fayetteville, NY, b. 1820 Manlius, NY, private, 2 NYC, Co. G., enlisted Syracuse, NY Sept. 3, 1864, mustered in Sept. 3, 1864, married, cooper, still living, P.O. Manlius, NY. (Private, Co. C, 122, 8/1/62-6/23/65, wounded in right arm, living in Town of Manlius, 1890 Census, Special Civil War Schedules.)

YATES, Abram E., b. 1820 Onondaga Co., N.Y., private, 122 NYV, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., Mar. 19, 1864, mustered in Mar. 21, 1864, laborer. (Yates was 26 when he enlisted in Co. A, 122nd Mar. 30, 1864 and was a private when discharged June 23, 1865). (Living in Cicero, N.Y. in 1888, Weekly Recorder, 2/2/1888.)

YERDEN, Joseph, b. 1836, private, 149th, Co. F., enlisted Syracuse, NY Aug. 29, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, discharged Oct. 22, 1862, P.O. Manlius Station, NY.

YERDEN, Nathan, b. 1841, private 149, Co. F, enlisted Syracuse, N.Y., Aug. 23, 1862, mustered in Sept. 18, 1862, discharged Oct. 24, 1862, P.O. Manlius Station, (Minoa), N.Y.

SOURCES:

FELLOWS, Erwin W. (Compiler). Goodfellow Families. Published by Erwin W. Fellows, 21 Williams Blvd., Zephryhills, FL, 1987.

KEPLER, Cady, "Civil War," in People and Places: Fayetteville, Manlius and Neighbors, Vol. II, pp. 109-126, excellent local history. Manlius, N.Y.: Manlius Historical Society, 1991.

PHISTERER, Frederick. New York in the Rebellion. Albany: D. B. Lyon, 1912.

Record of Civil War officers and Soldiers and Seamen, composing the Quotas of the Troops furnished to the United States by the Town of Manlius, Co. Of Onondaga, State of N.Y., prepared by the Town Clerk as required by Chapter 690, of the Laws of 1865. Town of Manlius Office, Brooklea Dr., Fayetteville; copy at Manlius Historical Society, Manlius, N.Y., courtesy of Cady Kepler.

SWINFEN, David B. Ruggles' Regiment - The 122nd New York Volunteers in the American Civil War. Hanover, N.H.: University Press of New England, 1982. Very good, if you can overlook that Swinfen calls Fayetteville, N.Y. "LaFayetteville." Contains numerous sketches.


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