Full Detailed Roster of the|
169th Infantry Regiment NY Volunteers
in the American Civil War 1861-1865
Steven M. Wiezbicki
is writing a history of the 169th Infantry Regiment New York State Volunteers and their service during the American Civil War of 1861-1865. As many of you already know, large numbers of Rensselaer County residents served in this regiment. Steven has kindly contributed to this GenWeb site the following information from the complete Register of the 169th. It lists both officers and enlisted men and is the most detailed version of the 169th available on this Rensselaer County GenWeb site. For information about his history of this regiment, you may contact Steven by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Information about the source document:
Documents of the Senate of the State of New York, One Hundred and Twenty Ninth Session, Vol. V, No. 8 (Part 2): Annual Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of New York for the Year 1905, Brandow Printing Co., State Legislative Printer, Albany, 1906.
STATE OF NEW YORK
FOR THE YEAR I9O5
Registers of the One Hundred and Sixty-Eighth, One Hundred and Sixty-Ninth,
One Hundred and Seventieth, One Hundred and Seventy-First,
One Hundred and Seventy-Second, One Hundred and Seventy-Third,
One Hundred and Seventy-Fourth, One Hundred and Seventy-Fifth,
One Hundred and Seventy-Sixth and One Hundred and Seventy-Seventh Regiments of Infantry.
TRANSMITTED TO THE LEGISLATURE, JANUARY, 1906
SERIAL No. 41
BRANDOW PRINTING COMPANY
STATE LEGISLATIVE PRINTERS
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