CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS FROM THE

TOWN OF AMBOY, N. Y.


Information was obtained from the History of Oswego County, N. Y., 1789 – 1877, published by Everett & Ferriss, 1878.  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.

MILITARY RECORD OF AMBOY
  10/03:

David Bartlett.    Enlisted in the 14th H. Art. Dec. 1, 1863.

William Barnes.  Enlisted in the 24th Cav. Jan 7, 1864; dis. Apr. 1865; was  wounded in the leg 
 June 18, 1864.

Chester Belknap.  Enlisted in the 147th Regt. Sept 1, 1862; pro. To 1st sergt; dis. Sept 1863.

George H. Bellows.  Enlisted in the 115th Regt. Aug. 26, 1862; wounded in Fla.,  Feb 20, ’64;
 died of his wounds March 11, ’64 at Hilton Head.

Comfort Black.   Enlisted in the 24th Cav. Jan. 1, 1864; was slightly wounded; dis. April 1875.

James Brayton.   Enl’d in the 147th Regt. Sept. 7, ’62; dis. Sept., ’65.

Augustus Butler.  Enlisted in the 24th Cav. Jan 1, 1864

Ashel Butler.     Enlisted in the 147th Regt. Sept., 1862
 

George W. Carter.   Enlisted in the 110th Regt. Aug 25, 1862; died July 7, 1864, at Key West,     Fla.,  of yellow fever.

James Castel.   Enl’d in the 110th Regt. Aug 23, 1862; taken pris.; died in the service; time 
and place of death unknown.

George Clark.   Enl’d in the 24th Regt. May 1, 1861; dis. Oct. 1, ’61.

George Cole.    Enl’d in the 147th Regt. Sept 7, ’62; dis. Sept, ’62

William Cole.    Enlisted in the 147th Regt. Sept. 30, 1861.

Jas. Cummins.  Enl’d in the 147th Regt. Sept 23, 1862; disch. Sept 1865.

Alva Cummins. Enlisted in the 1st L. Art. Oct 4, 1861; re-enlisted, Feb 10, 1864, in the same regt.
 

George Davy.  Enlisted in the 110th Regt. Aug 23, 1862; died at Key West, Fla. July 4, 1864, 
of yellow fever.

Roderick Darling.  Enlisted in the 24th Cav. Jan 1, 1864.

Joseph Dodge.  Enlisted in the 14th H. Art. Dec. 12, 1863; wounded at Petersburg, July 18, 1864; died at Amboy, Oct 16, 1864, three hours after his arrival home.

William Dingman.  Enlisted in 14th H. Art. Dec 12, 1863; wounded in the ankle at Petersburg, 
Jan 17, 1864; dis. July 19, 1865.

Chauncy Dunham.  Enl. In 147th Regt. Sept 7, 1862; dis. Dec. ’62.

Jacob Downes.   Enlisted in the 117th Regt. Aug. 1, 1862.
 

George Farley.    Enlisted in the 121st Regt. Mar. 5, 1865; was trans. To the 65th Regt.

John Figart.    Enlisted in the 15th Regt. Aug 30, 1864.

Abraham Fielding.  Enlisted in the 110th Regt. Aug 1, 1862.

Richard Fielding.   Enlisted in the 15th Regt, Sept 1, 1864.

Robert Fielding.   Enlisted in the 15th Regt,  Sept 1, 1864.

James Foils.   Enlisted in the 147th Regt. Aug 31, 1862.
 

James Gardner.   Enl’d in the 184th Regt. Sept. 7, ’64; dis. Sept ’65.

Noel A. Gardner.  Mustered in the 110th Regt. Aug 19, 1862 as 2d lieut; resigned Oct 19, 1862.

Patrick Grey.   Enlisted in the 147th Regt Sept 6, 1862; wounded at Gettysburg.

Abner Griswold.  Entered the service as a substitute Dec 18, 1861; re-enlisted Feb 16, 1864,
In the 93rd Regt.

Martin Griswold.   Enlisted in the 93rd Regt. Aug 20, 1864.
 

John Hall.   Enl’d in the 93rd Regt. Nov 18, ’63; dis. Nov 18, ’64.

Justin Harrigan.   Enl’d in the 110th Regt Aug 14, 1862; died at Key West, Fla, July 10, 1864,
 of yellow fever.

Erastus Harrington.   Enlisted in the 24th Cav. Dec. 22, 1863.

Alvin Howard.  Enlisted in the 32nd Regt Oct 12, 1862; re-enlisted in the 2d H. Art. Feb 1, 1864;
taken prisoner at Petersburg, July, 1864; when last heard from was a pris. at  Andersonville.

Jacob House.  Enlisted in the 147th Regt. Sept 7, 1862; came home in Dec. 1862, and died 
 Feb 3, 1863, of sickness originating in the service.

Eugene Hall.  Enlisted in the 93rd Regt Dec. 18, 1861; killed at the battle of the Wilderness, 
May 6, 1864.

Willard House.  Enlisted in the 147th Regt.  Sept 7, 1862;  died in Oneida county, Feb 27, 1863
while on furlough.
 

Daniel Kelly.   Enlisted in the 23rd Regt., Sept 18, 1864.

Ross Kisselhike.  Enlisted in the 110th Regt  Aug 19, 1862.

William Kinnie.  Enl’d in the 24th Cav. May 1, ’61; dis. May 1, ’63.

Silas Kinnie.  Enl’d in the 24th Cav. Jan 7, 1864; died at Washington DC, July 2, 1864, of wounds received in battle.

Lester Kinsman.  Enl. In 147th Regt. Sept 1, 1862; resig’d. Dec ’62.
 

Jay Lewis. Enlisted in the 93rd Regt. Dec, 1861; dis. Dec 1, 1864.
 

John Mackey.   Enl’d in the 24th Regt. Nov. 1, ’61; dis. Nov 1, ’64.

Peter Madding.  Enlisted in the 24th Regt. Jan 6, 1864; wounded at Petersburg.

John Mann.  Enl’d in the 24th Regt. May, ’61; re-enl’d Sept 1, ’63.

Daniel Martin.  Enlisted in the 15th Regt Jan 1, 1864.

Donald Mc Intyre.  Enlisted in the 2d H. Art. Oct 1, 1861; dis. July 1864, on account of deafness.

John Mc Intyre.   Enlisted in the 24th Cav. Jan 6, 1864; killed in battle at Petersburg, June 17, 1864.

Albert Morton.  Enl’d in the 93d Regt. Nov 18, ’61; dis. Nov., ’64.

Nehemiah Mowers.  Enlisted in the 110th Regt Aug 2, 1862.

George Nichols.  Enlisted in the 184th Regt. Sept 1, 1864.

William Nichols.  Enlisted in the 93d Regt. Dec 1, 1861; re-enlisted Aug 15, 1864; wounded at
Battle of the Wilderness.
 

John Parish.  Enl. In 93d Regt. Dec 18, ’61; re-enlisted Dec., ’64.

Stewart Park.  Enlisted in the 147th Regt. Sept 7, 1862; died at Georgetown, NC, Nov 12, 1862.

Smith Park.  Enlisted in the 24th Cav. Jan. 7, 1863; died at Washington, D.C., July 2, 1864, of wounds received in battle.

George Patterson.  Enlisted in the 81st Regt. Aug 10, 1862.

Robert Patterson.  Enlisted in the 24th Cav. Jan 6, 1864; died at Washington, DC, July 7, 1864
of wounds received at Petersburg, June 17, 1864.

Lewis Pulman.  Enlisted in the 93d Regt. Nov 1, 1861; re-enlisted in same Regt. in Dec. 1864.
 

Michael Redman.  Enlisted in the 93d Regt. Nov 1, 1861; re-enl’d in the 93d Regt in Dec, 1864.

Nathaniel Redman.  Enlisted in the 117th Regt. Nov 1, 1863.
 

Wm. H. Sergant.  Enlisted in the 24th Cav. Jan 6, 1864; died at Washington DC, July 26, 1864,
 of wounds received at Petersburg, June 17, 1864.

Henry Shaver.  Enlisted in the 110th Regt. Aug 17, 1862.

Alonzo Smith.  Enlisted in the 1st Lt. Art. Sept 10, 1861; re-enl’d Dec 17, ’63; lost an arm in fort
near Petersburg; disch Mar., ’65.

Gortin Smith.  Enlisted in the 147th Regt. July 27, 1862; died at Aquia creek, VA, June 15, 1863.

Oscar Smith.  Enlisted in the 24th Cav. Jan 6, 1864; taken prisoner at Cold Harbor; died 
at Andersonville.

Peter Smith.  Enlisted in the 110th Regt. July 28, 1862; died at Key West, Fla. May 8, 1864,
of yellow fever.

Riley Smith.   Enlisted in the 2d Regt. Oct 9, 1861; trans Apr 1, 1862 to the 5th Regt; died at Amboy Oct 10, 1862, of sickness originating in the service.

Joseph Spoor.  Enlisted in the 14th H. Art.  Jan. 1, 1864.

Jas. Spoor.  Enlisted in the 147th Regt. July 27, 1862; taken pris. May 14, 1864 and died at
 Andersonville prison.  
*Note  10/03:  I see three soldiers with the name Spoor on the list of soldiers from Oswego.  I really think that should be Spoon.  There was a Joshua Spoon who was the right age and his brother James D. Spoon enlisted on Aug 27, 1862 with the 147 Regiment, N.Y. Volunteers under 
Captain Slayton.  He died at Andersonville Prison on July 18 1864.  This sounds too close to the entry for Jas Spoor to be a coincidence.
Thanks for your attention.  James' brother William Riley Spoon was my Great-Grandfather.
Cheers, Charles Wheeler at:  <cwheeler@pacific.net.sg>
 

Ebenezer Stanley.   Enlisted in the 2d Lt. Art. Dec. 1, 1863.

Horatius Stanley.     Enlisted in the 2d Lt. Art. Dec. 1, 1863.

Chas. Stebbins.  Enlisted in the 110th Regt. Aug 22, 1862.

Wm. N. Stebbins. Enlisted in the 24th Cav. Jan 1, 1864; wounded in the battle of the Wilderness.

Silas C. Stewart.  Enlisted in the 93d Regt. Aug 3, 1861; transferred to the 2d Cav.

Whiting Stewart.  Enlisted in the 119th Regt. July 30, 1862; disch. July 30, 1865.
 

Burnes Tilmer.  Enl. In 147th Regt. Sept 7, 1862;  disch Sept. ’65.

John Tegait.  Enlisted in the 15th Regt..  Aug 30, 1864.

Lorenzo Tousley.  Enlisted in the 24th Regt. Nov. 9, 1862; killed at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863.

Royal Tuttle.  Enl’d in the 2d H. Art. Oct 1861; disch. May 1864.

Stephen Tuttle.   Enlisted in the 32d Regt.  Oct 12, 1861; died Dec 25, 1863 at Amboy, of sickness originating in the service.

Henry Turner.   Enlisted in the 14th H. Art. Dec. 30, 1863; killed at Petersburg, June 17, 1864.

Walter Turk.  Enlisted in the 24th Cav.  Jan 7, 1864.

Andrew J. Whaley.  Enlisted 24th Cav., May 1, 1861; promoted to 1st lieut; disch. May 1, 1863.

Jas. R. Whaley.  Enlisted in the 24th Regt.  Jan 7, 1864; wounded;  disch. May 30, 1865.

John Whitney.  Enlisted in the 24th Cav.  Jan 6, 1864; resigned in May, 1864.

Jas. Wilson.  Enlisted in the 24th Regt.  May 2, 1861; re-enl’d Jan. 1863; disch May 1863.

Geo. N. Wilson.  Enlisted in the 110th Regt. Aug 1, 1862.

Hannel Wilson.   Enlisted in the 110th Regt. Aug 1, 1862.

Asel Wilmot.  Enlisted in the 110th Regt.  Aug 25, 1862; died at Camp Mansfield, Apr 13, 1863.

Wm. Wright.  Enlisted in the 24th Cav. Jan 6, 1864; died April at Camp Stoneman.

A.S. Winchester.  Enlisted in the 147th Regt. Sept 1863; killed at the battle of Petersburg, June 19, 1864.

Jas. H. Wicks.  Enlisted in the 2d Art. Nov. 16, 1862; killed at the battle of Petersburg, June 17, 1864.
 

Walter York.  Enl’d in the 93rd Regt.  Nov 1, ’61; disch. Mar. ’64.
 

The following entered the service, but the records do not indicate the regiments in which they served:

James Bradley, Henry Butler, John P. Brown, Henry Blair, David Black, Clifford Blouers, Thomas Clark, Patrick Costello, Franklin Coe, William H. Cox, Peter Clark,  A. Campbell, Wesley Cornwall, Henry Davis, Patrick Dailey, Nelson H. Elliot, James J. Flood, John Flenigan, David Farley, James Goble, Samuel Griss, Thomas Alloran, Augustus Harvey,  D.A. Havers, Thos. Harke, Martin Hyde, Thomas Hammond, Anson Harvey, George Hyde, Clinton Howard, Russell Hazen, Lemanuel Hough, Constant Kriel, James Kennedy, William A. Luther, Hugh Long, William Stobie, Henry Lewis, Jary Lewis, Barlow Mc Kee, John Marvin, Peter Muden, John Mills, H. Marks, A. Morton, A.S. Manchester, A. Mc Intyre, John Mackey, John M. Newton, Eli Oswell, Joseph Page, Franklin Shilling, John Smith, Geo. F. Stone, Hiram Shell, Connell Shilling, Geo. Smith, James Spoor, Albert Sherver, Reuben Sparrow, David Tanner, Robert Thompson, Daniel H. Tuttle, Stewart Park, George Tuller, Delos Warner. Charles Whipple.



Many thanks to Dianne Thomas, a frequent volunteer, who transcribed this list.  Dianne is researching the CANDEE family and has information from the Candee Bible, their marriages, births, deaths, cemeteries where the families are buried, as well as some misc. items on the Candee's.  You can view her family information on the Biography Page.


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