If any comrade knows the location and identifying marks of the graves of any of the dead who were buried on the field, whose names do not appear in the following list, he is requested to communicate the same to the Editor.
We are indebted to Major H. W. Clarke of Syracuse for the preparation of this list.
MILITARY ASYLUM CEM., WASHINGTON, D.C.
Napoleon Guegue, I, Dec. 3, 1862 (1)
F. Hawes, E, Dec. 7, 1862 (2)
Corporal C. M. Mosher, A, May 8, 1863
Jonathan H. Phelps, H, April 24, 1863
BATTLE GROUND CEMETERY (Near Washington, D.C.)
J. Bentley, A
H. Chandler, C
D. L. Hogeboom, E
A. Mosier, C
J. Renia, C. (3)
All killed in Battle of Washington, July 12, 1864
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
J. Albring, K, July 19, 1864
Augustus Cady, A, Aug. 26, 1864
V. Denick, D, June 25, 1864
Serg. C. S. Felton, K, June 22, 1864 (4)
G. Hannard, E, June 10, 1864 (5)
J. C. Jones, F, May 29, 1864 (6)
G. Richards, C, July 12, 1864 (7)
Corporal A. A. Rich, G, April 11, 1865
N. Rogers, G, June 16, 1865
P. Seibert, D, July 22, 1864 (8)
H. C. Sinet, F, April 8, 1865 (9)
ANDERSONVILLE NAT. CEMETERY, GA.
W. Buckley, D, Oct. 10, 1864
C. Colburn, E, April 11, 1864 (10)
Serg. O. Dingle, G, Sept. 30, 1864 (11)
W. Fuller, A, Oct. 4, 1864 (12)
Corporal F. Goodell, K, Jan. 26, 1865
T. A. Jackson, E, Oct. 24, 1864
F. Madden, E, Oct. 8, 1864
C. A. Robertson, B, Oct. 20, 1864
M. Sweeney, C, Aug. 16, 1864 (13)
ALEXANDRIA, VA. NATIONAL CEMETERY
Eugene Spaulding, F, June 18, 1864
Hiram Wicks, G, June 12, 1864
ALBANY, N.Y., RURAL CEMETERY
John Traverse, __, (no date), (14)
Wm. Elden, A, May 11, 1863
Alfred Houser, C, July 2, 1864 (15)
CYPRESS HILL CEMETERY, L.I., N.Y.
Philo Olmstead, G, July 25, 1864
RICHMOND, VA., NATIONAL CEMETERY
John Conway, B, March 27, 1864
Corporal F. Goodelle, K, Jan. 26, 1865, Scorbutus
(The graves at the Salisbury prison could not be identified. The same name appears in the Andersonville Roll. It also appears in Dorrence Atwater's Andersonville list.)
MILLEN, GA., NATIONAL CEMETERY
J. Navilligan, K, Removed to Beaufort, N.C. in 1868 (16)
ANTIETAM, MD., NATIONAL CEMETERY
Porter Austin, K, (No date.) (17)
Rufus Robinson, I, Nov. 12, 1862
John Russ,__ (no date.) (18)
Geo. B. Seymour, K, Oct. 29, 1862
J. M. Spinck, F, Nov. 14, 1862 (19)
James Wilson, G, Nov. 7, 1862 (20)
(135 unknown N.Y. soldiers are interred at Antietam)
CULPEPPER C. H., VA.
Geo. W. Cummins, F, Jan. 13, 1864 (21)
James Hurley, F, (no date) (22)
(Both removed from near Brandy Station)
COLD HARBOR, VA., NATIONAL CEMETERY
H. Cole, I, June 3, 1864
Richard Bennet, I, June 2, 1864 (23)
WINCHESTER, VA., NATIONAL CEMETERY
L. Banin, A, (no date)
Norman Fox, K, do.
Wm. Hazell, I, Sept. 19, 1864
Charles L. Hilts, C, Sept. 19, 1864
B. Saunders, H, (no date)
S. Scott, B, (no date) (24)
Lieutenant John V. Sims, Sept. 19, '64
Wm. Shunk(?) D, ___ 25, 186__ (25)
W. Vossiller, H. (no date)
C. M. Williams, C, Oct. 19, 1864
Unknown, D, (no date)
SOUTH OF PETERSBURG, VA. (200 yards east of Fort Steadman)
Serg. S. H. Glass, H, (no date) (26)
(This has probably been removed to Poplar Grove National Cemetery, Petersburg, and classed as unknown)
GETTYSBURG NATIONAL CEMETERY
John Kain, K
Hiram G. Hilts, C
Dennis McCarthy, K
Geo. Nicholson, K (27)
Stephen Baldwin, B, (28)
Jas. W. Wickham, E
(no dates on the above)
(270 unknown N.Y. Soldiers are interred at Gettysburg)
POPLAR GROVE NAT. CEM., PETERSBURG, VA.
L. Richardson, C, March 25, 1865
(Removed from Poplar Grove Church)
FREDERICKSBURG, VA. NAT. CEMETERY
(Removed from Robinson's Farm, Stafford Co., Va.)
Isaac Goodall, A. ___, ___, 1865
Morris Kinney, I, Dec. 28, 1862 (Kirney?--microfilm shot blocked by partial paper fold)
Lemuel Lee, ___, March 24, '63
Casear Perdue, D, Dec. 22, 1862
James Scott, ___, ___ __, 1863
Lyman Smith, ___, ____ __, 1863
Samuel Stevens, A, March 20, 1863
John Waldron, G, Dec. 21, 1862
Gilbert Welch, B, Jan. 15, 1863
(The following was removed from Jones' farm, Spottsylvania, Va.)
R___ T___ __, Dec, 7, 1862 (29)
(About 84 per cent of those interred at Fredericksburg are "unknown")
BEAUFORT S.C. NATIONAL CEMETERY
J. Narrilligan, K, (no date) (16)
(Removed from Millen, Ga. On the Millen list the name is Navilligan)
CITY POINT, VA.
D. H. Mead, E, July 16, 1864 (30)
1. Napoleon Geaugeau, Dec. 30, 1862
2. Franklin House
3. John Kennedy
4. Charles L. Felton
5. No such man in K Co. Evidently a mistake.
6. Joseph L. Jones
7. George H. Richardson
8. Peter Seibert (K)
9. Henry C. Sennett, March 22, 1865
10. Charles Coburn
11. Evidently an error; no one in G Co. by that name.
12. Probably William Teller, E Co., who is reported to have died in Andersonville.
13. No one in C Co. by that name.
14. There was a John Traverse in Co. I who deserted March 20, 1863. There was also a John L. Travis in Co. G, who was reported killed at Gettysburg. His body may be buried at Albany.
15. William Elder
16. No such man in regiment
17 Co. H
18. John M. Rust
19. Evidently an error. The only man of similar name in regiment was Isaiah V. Spencks and he was discharged for disability in March, 1861.
20. The only James Wilson in the regiment died at Sandusky, O., March 12, 1864. This man must have belonged to some other regiment.
21. Geo. W. Cummings.
22. No such man in regiment.
23. No such man in regiment.
24. Lorenzo Scott.
25. No such man in regiment.
26. Co. A.
27. The only man named Nicholson in this regiment was David of Co. I, who is still living.
28. Stephen Baldwin, B Co., July 3, 1863.
29. Undoubtedly refers to Robert Terwilliger of Co. K, who died at Belle Plain, Va., Dec. 10, 1862.
30. Hewitt H. Mead.
(We are indebted to Maj. T. L. Poole for the above corrections made by reference to copies of the muster out roll in his possession.)
In the Rolls of Honor in the last RECORDER I see the name of C. S. Felton of Co. K; it should be C. Y. Felton. Sandford Truesdell and Thomas Northway were both killed on the 6th of May, 1864 in the Wilderness; no doubt they are among the unknown.
Patrick Kelly, Norman Garlock and Patrick O'Hara were killed at Cold Harbor and buried where they fell and their names cut on a piece of cracker board to mark the spot. Andrew Groosbeck of Co. K died near Stafford Court House in the fall of '62 and was buried in the field near camp by the side of an old grave that had a stone slab. I have forgotten the name on the slab.
19 September 1998
25 September 1998