NY Civil War Soldiers
Buried at Fort Columbus
Cemetery in New York, NY


These soldiers were from New York state; they were not necessarily from Rensselaer County. Please note that I do not have any additional information about these soldiers or about this cemetery on an island in the harbor of New York City. If you have information about this cemetery, or know where these soldiers' final resting place is, please e-mail Debby Masterson.

Allen, Charles, Corporal, 7th NY, Co. K, died Dec. 18, 1864
Besamore, Charles, Private, Union Boys, Co. B, died June 20, 1861
Carr, James, Musician, depot band, died Feb. 22, 1863
Cummings, Timothy, Private, Permanent party, Co. A, died Mar. 11, 1864
Dillnian, Charles, Private, Union Boys, Co. B, died Sept. 20, 1865
Fish, John, Private, 91st NY, Co. E, died Jan.17, 1862
Fleck, David, Corporal, Permanent party, Co. A, died Feb. 23, 1864
Fried, John, Sergeant, Union Boys, Co. B, died Sept. 20, 1865
Gowrin, Patrick A., Sergeant, Permanent party, Co. A, died Feb. 23, 1864
Gulick, William, Sergeant, Permanent party, Co. F, died June 25, 1862
Hanion, John, Private, Union Boys, Co. B, died Nov. 21, 1864
Hines, John, Sergeant, Ordnance, died Feb. 1, 1864
Hoefer, Franz, Private, Permanent party, Co. A, died Apr. 28, 1865
Hooker, Casper H., Private, Permanent party, Co. A, died Jan. 2, 1861
Huckbone, Wm. A., Private, 91st NY, Co. I, died Jan. 9, 1862
Kilborn, Walter, Private, 91st NY, Co. K, died Jan. 5, 1862
McBride, Wm., Private, Permanent party, Co. F, died May 19, 1862
McCormick, Chris, Private, Permanent party, Co. A, died Aug. 12, 1865
Miller, William, Private, Regt. unknown, Co. D, died Mar. 6, 1866
Morrison, John, Private, 98th NY, Co. G, died Jan. 6, 1862
Pitt, Alfred, Private, 98th NY Regt., Co. C, died Feb. 23, 1862
Shields, Francis, Sergeant, Permanent party, Co. I, died Oct. 1, 1861
Simmons, William, Private, 91st NY, Co. I died Jan. 30, 1862
Storms, Peter, Sergeant, Permanent party, Co. A, died Oct. 19, 1863
Trumble, James, Sergeant, Permanent party, Co. I, died Dec. 2, 1861



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