"This was an awe inspiring structure when I was a child. It must
*(message written on backside of postcard)
This information is from an Oswego City Directory, with the names of the Officers from the 24th Brigade, and the 48th Regiment. For further information on any of the names, please contact the local Historical Society or Town Historian. Military records can also be ordered from the National Archives.
Located at Fort Ontario.
Reference: Oswego City Directory Page 69 Dated 1860
Headquarters: Brigadier General
Company A: Captain
Company C: Captain
Company D: Captain
Company E: Captain
Battery F, Third U.S. Artillery
This information was generously contributed by Bill Young, who proudly states that he has 2 g-uncles that served in the Civil War, one in the 81st NY, and the other in the 184th NY, both from Oswego County.
Bill has many ancestors from Oswego, and would love to share information. He is researching the following surnames: CHAPPELL, HARRIS, DION ( CANADA), YOUNG, MALLETTE / MALLET(CANADA), BRANAGAN.Bill has been trying, without success, to locate where his 2G-grandfather BRANAGAN was buried in Oswego, and if anyone has information on this, please contact him at Scout10520@aol.com.
1999 Bill Young / Laura Perkins / Photograph - Martha Magill