List of Civil War Soldiers: A-B

contributed by John Austin

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Surnames: A-B, C-D, E-G, H-K, L-M, N-Q, R-S, T-Z

NAMEBIRTHPLACEBIRTHDATERESIDENCEFATHERMOTHERUNITRANKENLISTEDOCCUPATIONCOMMENTS
Aach, John     7th US Infantry    Pvt.Dec., 1864   mustered as a substitute for Charles W. Allen
Abbott, Harlian PageVermont1830FranklinJohn AbbottSophronia ____  June 1863Farmerdrafted. Paid $300 to commute his draft.
Adams, Corydon AzahelBrandon,NYAug.14,1830BrandonNathan AdamsSally Bowles142nd NY Co. HSgt.Aug., 1862Shoemakerdischarged for disability May 3,1865. PO address: South Bangor, NY. d. 1911 and is buried at Stephens Cemetery in Brandon.
Adams, DanaBrandon,NYMar.23,1833BrandonNathan AdamsLucy _________98th NY Co. GPvt.Nov., 1861Shoemakerdischarged in June 1863(1862?) at New Berne NC and enlisted into the 193rd NY Inf. in March 1865 and was discharged in January 1866. PO address: South Bangor,NY. d. 1912 and buried at West Bangor, NY.
Adams, Gostine WillsonBrandon,NYJul.14,1838BrandonNathan AdamsLucy _______98th NY Co. GSgt.Oct., 1861Farmerre-enlisted Jan.1,1864 and wounded in action June 1, 1864 at Col Harbor VA Discharged Aug.31,1865. PO address: South Bangor,NY. d. 1923 and buried at Bangor Cem.
Adams, Hiram 1845BangorCarlos AdamsEleanor _____98th NY Co. GPvt.Dec., 1863 captured and died of scorbutus at Andersonville prison in Georgia on September 11, 1864. Buried at Andersonville in Grave 8497. (1865; AG)
Adams, Western     121st NY Co. DPvt.Feb., 1865 substitute for Emmanuel Gillette. Deserted in April, 1865
Adams, WilliamFranklin Co.NY1816Westville  98th NY Co. CPvt.Dec., 1861Farmerdischarged April 9, 1863 from a hospital in New York City. Had received a broken ankle and a shoulder wound. d. 1901 (Hurd; AG; 1860; 1890; 1865)
Adsit, William W.Essex Co. NY1839   14th Art.Corp.Jan., 1864 transferred to 6th Art. Co. M in 1864. Died of disease July 1, 1864 at Mt. Pleasant Hospital in Washington,DC
Alder, William     3rd US Inf.Pvt.Sep., 1864 substitute for E(?)A. Webster. Mustered by Lt. Stanley Merlone
Aldrich, DanielClarksburgh, MA1830Moira  39th NY Co. DPvt.Sep., 1864Farmermustered out in June 1865 near Alexandria VA
Aldrich, Horace LeonardMoira, NYDec 3, 1836MoiraWelcome AldrichBetsy Hale106th NY Co. HCapt.Jul., 1862Law studentserved with regiment at battle of Martinsburg. Made lieutenant March 1863; captain December 1864. Served on Gen. Rickets staff. Discharged June 1865. PO address: Moira, NY
Aldrich, JosephCanada1834Malone  14th Art. Co. DPvt.Jan., 1864Farmerdischarged March 31, 1864
Aldridge, Joseph 1834Chateaugay  14th Art. Co. DPvt.Jan., 1864 discharged in March 1864. (Hurd; AG)
Allard, JacobNew York1832Chateaugay  98th NY Co. BPvt.Dec., 1861Laborerdied either April 27, 1862 or April 24, 1864 at Hampton Hospital. Buried at Hampton National Cemetery in Grave 4379 Was living in Burke in 1860. (1860; 1865; AG)
Allard, James  Malone  4th Art. Co. GPvt.Mar., 1865 previous service in the 125th NY Inf. Discharged in November 1865. (AG; 1890)
Allen, AlbertEllenburg, NY1845Dickinson  60th NY Co. EPvt.Jan., 1864Sawyermustered out in July 1865 at Alexandria VA.
Allen, Alfred L.Canada1844   60th NY Co. HPvt.Sep., 1861 discharged for disability in 1862 and re-enlisted in the 26th Cav. in 1865. Mustered out in July 1865 at Ogdensburg, NY.
Allen, AmosEllenburg,NYJune 22,1840BrandonAbel AllenJane ________83rd NY Co. GPvt.July, 1863Farmerdrafted and transferred to 97th Inf. In 1864. Discharged August 1865. PO address: Dickinson Center,NY
Allen, AsherBeekmantown,NY1845BangorJoel C. AllenJulia _______142nd NY Co. DPvt.Aug., 1862Farmermustered out in June 1865 at New Berne, NC. Was living in Brushton NY in 1890. (1865; AG; 1860; discharge; 1890)
Allen, BrintonNorth Hero,VT1828DickinsonAlfred Allen 142nd NY Co. FCorp.Aug., 1862Farmerwounded at Darbytown Rd. VA in October 1864. Discharged in 1865 and moved west.
Allen, Hiram E.Vermont1838Bangor  60th NY Co. EPvt.Sep., 1861Farmerwounded in action July 1, 1864 at Marietta GA. Discharged in December 1865 at Camp Chase OH. (1865; AG; 1860)
Allen, JeromeBangor,NY1843Bangor  98th NY Co. DSgt.Oct., 1861 mustered out in August 1865 at Richmond, VA . d. 1909 (98th des.list)
Allen, Lucius B.Vermont1832Dickinson  91st NY Co. IPvt.Sep., 1864Sawyerstill in service in 1865. Buried in Sunnyside Cemetery in Brushton,NY with no dates on the stone. (1865; cem)
Allen, William1818 Westville  98th NY Co. DPvt.Oct., 1861 died July 10, 1862 aboard the hospital steamer "Elm City". Buried at Cypress Hills National Cemetery in Grave 187. (1865; AG; cem.)
Allen, William HenryNew York     Pvt.Jul., 1863 substitute for Newell Parker
Alvord, Dorus H.Norwich,MA1827Westville  98th NY Co. DMusic.Nov., 1861Mechanicdischarged November, 1864 (Hurd; AG; 1865)
Amadon, HenryVermont1847Malone  193rd NY Co. BPvt.Feb., 1865LaborerMalone records say he is in the 97th NY Inf. but he is not listed in State index or in records of the 97th NY. He does appear on the 1865 list of men still in the service, and the muster roll of the 193rd shows a Henry Amidain with compatible details.
Ames, Oscar PhilemonSalisbury,VT1841MalonePhilemon AmesMary Rider98th NY Co. H1st Lt.Jan., 1864Painterpromoted to 1st Lieutenant; wounded May 16,1864 at Drewry's Bluff VA and discharged for disability in September, 1864
Anderson, Alexander 1833   13th Art. Co. HPvt.Jan., 1864 transferred to Company A in June 1865. Also appears in Hurd's 1864 list of men from Burke (Hurd; AG)
Andrews, William W.Malone,NY1842   11th Cav. Co. MPvt.Nov., 1863Farmercaptured at Doyal's Plantation August 5, 1864. Mustered out with company at Memphis TN on September 30, 1865.
Andrus, Seymour L.Malone,NY1836MaloneWilliam AndrusSusan Roberts98th NY Co. ECapt.Oct., 1861Farmerwounded in the left leg at Fair Oaks, VA May 31, 1862. Mustered out June 2, 1863 at Newport Barracks NC on consolidation of regiment.
Annett, JohnCo. Down, Ireland1824Bombay  60th NY Co. EPvt.Sep., 1861Farmerwounded in action September 17, 1862 at Antietam MD. Discharged for disability January 11, 1863. (1865; AG)
Archambault, AlbertCanada1840Chateaugay  16th NY Co. IPvt.May, 1861 either deserted after 2 years' service, or was missing in action (AG; muster roll)
Archer, HiramMalone,NY1846MalonePeter ArcherEmila A. ______98th NY Co. BPvt.Feb., 1864Farmermustered out May 9, 1865 at Hart's Island NY
Arell, AmosCanada1819Burke  98th NY Co. HPvt.Mar., 1864 wounded at Chapin's Farm VA September 29, 1864. Name may be "Averill". Was living in Ft.Covington in 1890, and there is a grave there for him and his wife with the dates"1830-1902" but those may be for his wife, not him. He was also listed on the 1865 military list for Ft.Covington, and was living there in 1890. He may have served 2 years in the 14th NY Inf.
Arell, ChristopherWilliamstown,C.WAug.28,1843Ft.CovingtonAmos ArellAngeline Noe98th NY Co. HCorp.Oct., 1861Farmerre-enlisted in January 1864. Discharged August 31,1865. PO address: Ft.Covington,NY. Birthplace on re-enlistment says :"Williamsburgh ". Was living in Malone in 1890
Arell, IsaacNew York1843Ft.CovingtonJoseph ArellSusan ______98th NY Co. HPvt.Oct., 1861Ship Carpenterdeserted in January 1862 at Ft.Covington,NY. Appears in the records of the 98th Inf. as " Annell"
Armstrong, EdwinCanada1834Chateaugay     Laborerno other information except that he was 36 when he enlisted. (1860; 1865)
Armstrong, JohnBurke, NY1846BurkeMartin Armstrong Margaret ______106th NY Co. IPvt.Sep., 1864Laborercredited to Bellmont. Severely wounded in left wrist at battle of Cedar Creek,VA. Discharged for disability June 7, 1865. PO address: Chateaugay Lake,NY. Son of Martin Armstrong who is listed in Bellmont.
Armstrong, Martin A. C. 1824Bellmont  106th NY Co. IPvt.Aug., 1862 killed before Petersburg VA, April 2, 1865. His son John was also in the 106th and is listed in Burke.
Arnold, Andrew G.Germany1838MaloneGeorge H. ArnoldChristine ______98th NY Co. CCpl.Oct., 1861Laborerre-enlisted January 24, 1864. Wounded July 30, 1864 at Petersburg VA. d. 1921 at Long Beach CA
Arnold, Christopher Columbus Vermont1820Constable  3rd Cav. Co. CCorp.Aug., 1864Farmermay have enlisted for another town. Mustered out in June 1865 and was living in Malone in 1890.
Arnold, Eli F. Jay, NY1842FranklinEli ArnoldSarah C.Buttrick118th NY Co. CPvt.Dec., 1862Farmerkilled by the accidental discharge of a comrade's (Nathan Walton) gun May 15, 1864. Buried at Drewry's Bluff VA.
Arnold, George H.Germany1819Malone  98th NY Co. CPvt.Dec., 1863Farmertaken prisoner June 24, 1864 in front of Petersburg VA and never since heard from
Arnold, Norman I.MichiganAug.15,1840FranklinEli ArnoldSarah C.Buttrick118th NY Co. CPvt.Jul., 1862Farmerwounded by the accidental discharge of a comrade's (Nathan Walton) gun May 15, 1864 near Drewry's Bluff VA. Discharged June 22, 1865. PO address: Bloomingdale,NY d. 1932 and buried at Franklin Falls
Ashlaw, OliverCanada1837Malone  98th NY Co. APvt.Oct., 1861Laboreralso appears in the records of Bellmont. Re-enlisted in January,1864 and was captured at Petersburg June 24, 1864. Released April 26, 1865 and was still living in Malone in 1890. d. 1913 at Malone, NY
Ashlaw, PeterCanada Malone     Laborerno unit mentioned in the 1865 military list. (1865)
Ashley, FrankCanada1834Ft.Covington  142nd NY Co. GPvt.Aug., 1862Laborerdeserted May 8, 1863 at New York City (1860; AG)
Atkinson, George J.Clinton Co.,NY1842Brandon  96th NYPvt.Dec., 1861Farmerdischarged in June 1862 and re-enlisted into the 13th Cav. in 1864. Does not appear in the records of those units. (1865)
Attwood, Eben 1841 Eben Attwood 142nd NY Co. H1stSgtSep., 1862 killed in action May 16, 1864 at Drewry's Bluff VA. Name may be "Atwood".
Atwood, BenjaminVermont1839ConstableJosiah AtwoodHamulat _____3rd VT Co. HPvt.May 1861Farmermay have enlisted for another town. Re-enlisted Jan. 1864. Wounded 6 times.
Atwood, GustavusVermont1843ConstableJosiah Atwood 142nd NY Co. HPvt.Sep., 1862Farmerwounded twice and discharged April 19, 1865 at New York City. d. 1922 and buried at Constable but was living in the town of Bellmont in 1890.
Aubrey, PeterCanada1833Burke  98th NY Co. BCorp.Nov., 1861Laborerdischarged October 15, 1862 and enlisted in the 2nd MA Art. Co. G in October 1863.. Captured April 20, 1864 at Plymouth NC and sent to Florence SC prison. Later sent to Andersonville and was the chief of police there. d. 1897 (1860; pension app.; 98th AG)
Aunis, Henry  Harrietstown      appears on Hurd's list but not on Town of Harrietstown list.
Austin, Horace M.Vermont1828Bellmont  193rd NY Co. GPvt.Mar., 1865Farmermustered out in January 1866 at Harper's Ferry VA
Austin, Levette B.Franklin Co.NY1829Chateaugay  106th NY Co. ISgt.Aug., 1862Tinsmithwounded in left leg at Monocacy MD July 9, 1864 and discharged at Ladies Home Hospital in New York City in May 1865 for permanent disability. Also appears in the Chateaugay records. d. 1895.
Austin, Samuel J.Washington Co.NY1838MaloneSamuel B.AustinCordelia Jones98th NY Co. ACapt.Oct., 1861Clerkmustered out on June 2 (Oct.1863?), 1863 on consolidation of regiment at Newport Barracks,NC. d. 1906
Austin, Sands H.Ft.Covington,NYFeb.17,1840Ft.CovingtonRobert N. AustinAnna Noakes1st Eng. Co. GPvt.Sep., 1864Mechanicdischarged at New York City August 5, 1865. PO address: Ft.Covington,NY
Austin, ThomasEngland Ft.Covington  98th NY Jan., 1862 does not appear in the records of the 98th Inf.
Avery, AlvinNew York1825Westville  98th NY Co. DPvt.Oct., 1861Farmerdied May 22, 1862 at Yorktown VA. (1860; 1865; AG)
Avery, Charles W.New York1831 (1835?)Burke  142nd NY Co. HCorp.Aug., 1862Farmerdied of typhoid fever December 10, 1863 at Kiawah Island SC (1860; 1865; AG)
Avery, DavidFt.Covington,NYMar.24,1832Ft.CovingtonMatthias AveryTabiathy(?) Dustin98th NY Co. DPvt.Oct., 1861Farmerdischarged April 9, 1862 at Camp Casey near Newport News VA by reason of disability from rheumatism. PO address: North Bangor, NY. d. 1913 and is buried at Maple Hill Cemetery near Cooks Corners, NY
Avery, DennisWestville, NYApr.28, 1843BombayJoseph AverySally Norris98th NY Co. EPvt.Dec., 1863Farmerkilled by cannon shot on June 9, 1864 while sitting in his tent near White House VA.
Avery, George Franklin Co.NY1840WestvilleJacob AverySabra _______18th Cav. Co. MPvt.Jan., 1864Farmermustered out in May 1865 near Trenton NJ (Hurd;1860; 1865; 1890)
Avery, HenryHarrietstown,NYSep., 6, 1849HarrietstownHorace C. AveryEmily ________16th Cav. Co. CPvt.Aug., 1861Farmermustered out in June 1865 at Washington DC. PO address: Saranac Lake, NY
Avery, Horace P. 1844   1st Eng. Co. KPvt.Sep., 1862 discharged for disability in February 1865. (Hurd; AG)
Avery, LyndonFranklin Co.NY1843WestvilleJacob AverySabra _______18th Cav. Co. MPvt.Mar., 1864Farmerwounded and discharged for disability in May 1865 near Washington DC (Hurd; 1865)
Avery, SilasBurke,NY1840BurkeRobert AveryMaria _______98th NY Co. EPvt.Jan., 1862Farmerdischarged May 5, 1862
Avery, WebsterWestville,NYJan.1,1821Ft.CovingtonMatthias AveryTabiathy(?) Dustin98th NY Co. DPvt.Oct., 1861Farmerdischarged in November 1864 at Chapin's Farm VA. PO address: Cook's Corners, NY d. 1892
Avine, Eli 1840Duane   Pvt.Nov., 1861 listed as being in the 98th NY Inf. but no record of him there. (1865)
Ayers, HiramDuane, NYMay 24,1841DuaneHiram AyersPhilinda Bigelow5th VT Co. BPvt.Mar.,1862Farmerre-enlisted at Brandy Station,VA in Mar.1864. Wounded May 1,1864 by the explosion of a shell near Spotsylvania VA. Discharged June 29,1865 at Washington,DC. D. 1883 and buried at Duane.
Ayres, LeviFranklin Co. NY1829Bellmont  6th Art. Co. MPvt.Jun., 1863Farmerhad transferred from the 14th Artillery. Wounded and discharged for disability in 1864
Ayres, LeviNew York1829Chateaugay Huldah _______14th Art. Co. DPvt.Dec., 1863Farmertransferred to the 6th Art. in May 1864. Mustered out in May 1865 at Washington DC (AG;1860; Hurd)
Babcock, AllenSt.Lawrence Co.,NY1837BombayWilliam H. BabcockHarriet ______92nd NY Co. HSgt.Sep., 1861Millertransferred to the 96th NY Inf. in January 1864. Still in service in 1865. (1865)
Babcock, Benjamin WilliamBombay,NYFeb., 1835LawrenceGeorge BabcockMelissa Parr6th Cav. Co. KPvt.Oct., 1861 missing in action at Berryville VA on August 13, 1864. Died at Salisbury NC prison on December 24, 1864
Babcock, HenryBrasher,NYApr.10,1843HoagansburgWilliam H. BabcockHarriet ______92nd NY Co. HPvt.Oct.,1861Blacksmithdischarged for disability in October 1862. Re-enlisted in 1864 and transferred to the 96th NY Inf. Discharged in June 1865. PO address: Hoagansburg, NY.
Babcock, JohnBombay,NYMay, 1839BellmontGeorge BabcockMelissa Parr16th NY Co. IPvt.Jul., 1861Farmerstill in service in 1866. He had been discharged from the 16th Inf. in November 1861, and he re-enlisted in the 2nd US Artillery Co. D.
Babcock, RansomBombay,NY1842Bombay  83rd NY Co. DPvt.Jul., 1863 substitute for Leslie Partin. Died of dysentery August 6, 1864 at Andersonville prison in Georgia. Buried there in Grave 4893. Was living in the Town of Dickinson in 1860.
Babcock, Stephen AlonzoBombay,NYJan., 1844LawrenceGeorge BabcockMelissa Parr6th Cav. Co. KPvt.Oct., 1861 either killed at Antietam or died at Washington DC in February, 1863 and buried at Soldiers and Airmen's National Cemetery
Backus, David N.Canada1826Moira  5th Eng.Pvt.Sep., 1864Blacksmithno such unit and is not in the records of any of the Engineer regiments nor in the State index.
Badger, JamesAlburgh,VT1822Bangor  98th NY Co. HPvt.Dec., 1863Farmerkilled at Drewry's Bluff VA May 16, 1864 and left on field. His widow Clarinda was living in the Town of Chateaugay in 1890, but they had been living in Bangor in 1860.
Bador, CharlesCanada1834Constable    Sept., 1864 drafted Sept. 21, 1864. Reported Mar.9th ,1865
Bador, George 1842   3rd Cav. Co. CPvt.Aug., 1864Farmermustered out in June 1865. May have enlisted for another town. Name may be "Bedor"
Bador, Peter 1838 (?)Constable  142nd NY Co. HPvt.Sep., 1862Farmertransferred to Veteran's Reserve Corps in July 1863. Was living in the village of Malone in 1890
Baker, AlbertChateaugay,NY1839BellmontJerry BakerEmeline _____106th NY Co. IPvt.Aug., 1862 blacksmith in 6th Corps. PO address: Chateaugay Lake,NY
Baker, Charles D.Dickinson,NYApr.4,1832DickinsonEldred BakerHarriet Conger98th NY Co. GPvt.Oct., 1861Farmerwounded in action June 3, 1864 at Cold Harbor VA. Discharged at Chapin's Farm VA November 2, 1864 d. 1899 and buried at Dickinson Center.
Baker, EldredDickinson,NYMay 12,1842DickinsonEldred BakerHarriet Conger142nd NY Co. FPvt.Aug., 1862Farmerdischarged at Ogdensburg NY in July, 1865. PO address: St. Anthony,MN d. 1916 at San Diego CA.
Baker, HiramFranklin Co.1829Bangor  18th Cav. Co. MPvt.Jan., 1864Carpenteroriginally in the 16th NY Co. I. Mustered out at Victoria TX in May, 1866. d. 1899 (Hurd; 1865; 1860)
Baker, HoraceBangor, NY1838BangorAlanson BakerRuth ________13th Cav. Co. FPvt.Sep., 1864Farmermustered out in June 1865 at Fairfax Courthouse, VA. d. 1906 and is buried at West Bangor, NY.
Baker, IsaacChazy, NY1835Chateaugay  14th Art. Co. GPvt.Dec., 1863 mustered out in August 1865 at Washington DC. (Hurd; AG)
Baker, JamesClinton Co. NY1834Franklin  91st NY Co. CSgt.Aug., 1861Sawyerre-enlisted in 1864. Still in service in 1865 and may have transferred to the 94th NY Co. C. d. 1908 and is buried in Merrills Corners, NY (1865; 1890; cem.)
Baker, Lewis D.Brandon,NY1820DickinsonEldred BakerHarriet Conger14th Art. Co. CPvt.Dec., 1863Farmerwounded at Petersburg, VA; discharged at Albany NY June ,1865. PO address: St. Anthony,MN
Baker, WilliamPeru,NY1828Franklin  3rd NH Co. K Pvt.Nov., 1863Farmerkilled in a charge near the Charles City Road in front of Richmond VA on October 27, 1864. Eleven months in service- left a wife and child. She ultimately re-married Albert F. Porter.
Baldwin, ChristopherOhio1841   83rd NY Co. APvt.Aug., 1863 substitute for Bradford J. Wright. Deserted in May 1864 and returned. Transferred to the 97th NY Inf. where he deserted in July 1864
Banker, Silas KentPlattsburgh,NYApr.6,1828DuaneEzra BankerSally Kent98th NY Co. BCorp.Dec., 1861Bloomerdischarged June 8, 1863 at New Nerne NC. Re-enlisted in the 2nd (8th ?)Cav. in August 1864. Discharged June 5,1865. Also appears in the Malone records.
Barber, Albert J.       Sep., 1862 name is on town record as having received bounty; nothing else known.
Barber, EbenezerDummerston,VTOct., 1806BrandonElisher BarberAbigail _______98th NY Co. GPvt.Oct., 1861Farmernever left the place where he enlisted; reason being that he was too old. Mustered out February 6, 1862 at Malone,NY
Barber, FrankMalone,NY1848MaloneStephen BarberMargaret _____193rd NY Co. GPvt.Mar., 1865Laborermustered out in June 1866 at Harper's Ferry VA.
Barber, HenryFranklin Co. NY1843Brandon  193rd NY Co. GPvt.Mar., 1865Farmerdischarged in January 1866. d. 1929 and is buried at Stevens Cemetery in Brandon, NY (1865; 1890; cem.)
Barber, Myron C.Constable,NYDec.13,1837ConstableBenjamin BarberSusannah Scranton98th NY Co. EPvt.Dec., 1863Farmerwounded in right leg May 16, 1864 at Drewry's Bluff, VA. Discharged at Richmond VA August 31, 1865. Also appears in the Ft.Covington records. PO address: East Constable NY. Was living in Westville Center in 1890.
Barber, Rufus WatsonFranklin Co.May 22,1846Bangor  142nd NY Co. DPvt.Aug., 1862 discharged in June 1865 at Raleigh NC. Appears on the 1865 military list for Brandon. d. 1912 and is buried at Bangor, NY (AG; 1865; cem.)
Barber, TheodorePlattsburgh,NY1846Bellmont  60th NY Co. EPvt.Sep., 1864 discharged in June 1865 at Washington,DC. Appears in the 1890 census of veterans in Westville, NY.
Barber, Watson 1844Brandon  142nd NY Co. FPvt.Aug., 1862 mustered out in June 1865 at Raleigh NC. (1890; AG)
Barber, William J.Franklin Co. NY1834E.Constable Susan _______16th NY Co. IPvt.May , 1861Farmerwounded at Chancellorsville VA. Discharged and re-enlisted in the 47th NY Inf. in July 1863. Spent 305 days in Andersonville prison, according to the 1890 veterans census. d 1902
Barlow, Charles A.Bangor, NY1846   142nd NY Co. HPvt.Jan., 1864 deserted May 8, 1865. Was living in Malone in 1890.
Barlow, FayetteMalone,NY1845Malone Olive _______159th NY Co. CPvt.Sep., 1864 mustered out in May, 1865.
Barlow, GeorgeCanada1837Bangor  193rd NY Co. GPvt.Mar., 1865Farmerno other details given. d. 1909 and is buried at Bangor, NY but was living in Malone in 1890. Does not appear in the records of the 193rd. (1860; muster roll; 1890)
Barnes, Benjamin FranklinFairfield,VTJul.19,1830DickinsonJonathan BarnesSally Hare92nd NY Co. GPvt.Feb., 1862Farmerserved with regiment until disbanded and transferred to 96th NY Co. G in Feb.1864 at New Bern NC.. Discharged at Hart's Island NY Feb. 16,1866
Barnes, Erastus I.Dickinson,NYJan.16,1839DickinsonBenjamin F. BarnesPamelia Johnson142nd NY Co. FPvt.Aug., 1862Farmerwounded at the battle of Drewry's Bluff VA May 16, 1864. Discharged at Chestnut Hill Hospital in Philadelphia PA June 7, 1865. d. 1908 and buried at Dickinson Center.
Barnes, John JamesMalone,NY1820 (1824?)Malone  142nd NY Co. HPvt.Aug., 1862Farmermustered out in May 1865 at Foster Hospital in New Berne NC.
Barnes, Jonathan AbbotVermont1818Dickinson  60th NY Co. IPvt.Sep., 1861 discharged for disability in 1862 and re-enlisted in 12th Cav. Troop F in February, 1863. Taken prisoner at Plymouth NC April 20, 1864 and sent to Andersonville prison, where he died.
Barnes, SylvesterDickinson, NYAug.1,1834DickinsonBenjamin F. BarnesAmelia Johnson92nd NY Co. GPvt.Nov., 1861Farmerwounded in left leg at the battle of Cold Harbor in June,1864.. Discharged at Elmira NY November 8, 1864. d. 1911 and buried at Dickinson Center.
Barney, William HenryRichmond,VTAug.5, 1838Malone  98th NY Co. DCapt.Oct., 1861Clerkpromoted to 1st Lt. August, 1862; Captain May 1863(?) . Mustered out June 2, 1863 on consolidation of unit at Newport Barracks,NC
Barnum, AlbertNew York1840BurkeJosiah BarnumNancy _______16th NY Co. IPvt.May, 1861Farmerdied at Alexandria Hospital in Virginia of typhoid fever October 8, 1861. (1860; AG)
Barnum, Samuel C.Vermont1825Malone  98th NY Co. DPvt.Oct., 1861Farmerdischarged for disability in November 1862 and was killed while on his way home November 21, 1862 by falling off the railroad car at Balston NY. Buried at Bangor,NY.
Barrett, ChesterBrattleboro,VTJune 18,1812BrandonWhitmore BarrettLouisa _______98th NY Co. GWgnM.Feb., 1862Farmerwagon master. Discharged at Craney Is. VA in Dec.1862. PO address: Badax, Vernon Co. WI. No man named Chester Barrett is listed in the 98th regimental records, but a John Barrett is and he is approximately the same age as the man listed here.
Barrett, HoraceFranklin Co. NY1844BrandonChester BarrettOlive _________193rd NY Co. GPvt.Mar., 1865Farmermustered out in January 1866 at Harper's Ferry WV. Appears on Hurd's list of Brandon men who enlisted for another town. (Hurd; AG; 1860; 1865)
Barrett, StephenMalone,NYOct.10,1841BrandonJoseph BarrettMary ________6th Art. Co. EPvt.Sep., 1864Farmerdischarged June 1865. PO address: West Bangor,NY
Barrett, Whitmore HenryBrandon,NYOct.29,1841BrandonChester BarrettOlive _________98th NY Co. GPvt.Nov., 1861Farmerdischarged January 9, 1865. PO address: South Bangor,NY
Barton, Albert H. 1835Malone  98th NY Co. ESgt.Oct., 1861 mustered out in October 1864. Listed as "Alfred" in the regimental records but as "Albert" in the 1890 veterans census. (1890; AG)
Barton, Levi J.Addison, VT1839WestvilleJerome BartonMary _______60th NY Co. EPvt.Sep., 1861Farmerdied August 11, 1862 at White Sulphur Springs VA. Buried at Arlington National Cemetery in Grave 7839. (Hurd; AG;1860; 1865; cem.)
Bartrow, JosephCanada1845Bellmont  98th NY Co. KPvt.Jan., 1864 appears in Town records as "Beautand"(?) Wounded May 16, 1864 at Drewry's Bluff VA and was discharged July 17, 1864. 1865 list has a Jos. Barnard who does not appear in the census, whereas this man enlisted at Bellmont and might be him. (AG)
Basford, Aaron M.Westville,NY1845Westville  98th NY Co. EPvt.Dec., 1863Farmerdeserted from hospital February 1,1865.
Bashaw, James  Ft. Covington  14th Art. Co. BPvt.Dec., 1863 served nearly three months and deserted to Canada February 24, 1864. He was living in Ft.Covington in 1890.
Bashaw, JosephCanadaApr. 8,1837DickinsonLouis BashawMary Tesier60th NY Co. IPvt.Sep., 1861Farmerdischarged at Wauhatchee, TN December 24, 1863. Re-enlisted for the town of Lawrence,NY and mustered out in July 1865.
Bashaw, PeterCanadaDec.2,1841DickinsonLouis BashawMary Tesier60th NY Co. IPvt.Sep., 1861Farmerdischarged for disability at David's Island NY June 17, 1863. May have re-enlisted later in the war.
Bassett, AmosNew York1845(?)ConstableHoward BassettMary ________142nd NY Co. DPvt.Sep., 1862Farmermustered out in June 1865 at Raleigh NC. Also appears in the Bellmont records.
Bassett, CalvinBarre,VT Burke  98th NY Co. ECorp.Mar., 1864 mustered out August 31, 1865 at Richmond VA
Bassett, John  ConstableWilliam Bassett 98th NY Co. CPvt.Oct., 1861Farmerdied April 16(26?), 1862 at Newport News VA and buried at Hampton National Cemetery in Grave 4335. Also appears in the Bellmont records.
Bassett, NelsonCanada1836Malone  98th NY Co. EPvt.Nov., 1861Laborerre-enlisted in December, 1863. Died of dysentery either on July 8, 1864 at Bermuda VA or July 27, 1864 at Portsmouth VA and was buried at Hampton National Cemetery in Grave 3600.
Bassett, SylvanusFranklin1842Constable  16th NY Co. IPvt.May, 1861Farmermay have enlisted for another town. Was wounded twice. Discharged in May 1863 and re-enlisted in the 193rd NY Inf in Feb. 1865. His widow was living in Malone in 1890.
Bassford, Horace H.     14th Art. Co. CPvt.Dec., 1863 mustered out in August 1865 at Washington, DC
Bastin, ErastusLawrence , NYOct. 11,1847DickinsonReed BastinIsabelle _______98th NY Co. GPvt.Dec., 1861Farmerre-enlisted in January 1864 and was wounded June 16, 1864 near Petersburg, VA. Mustered out in August 1861 at Richmond VA. d. 1922 at Wisconsin Veterans Home. (1865; AG; 1860)
Bastin, WilliamLawrenceville, NY1846Moira  39th NY Co. DPvt.Sep., 1864Farmermustered out in June 1865 at Alexandria VA
Batcham, Eli 1828Chateaugay  5th WI Co. EPvt.Sep., 1864 died of disease December 11, 1864 at McDougal General Hospital, Cumberland MD and buried at Antietam National Cemetery in Lot C, Sec. 16, Grave 3210 (Wis.AG)
Batchelder, Reuben H.Vermont1846Malone Rhoda _______60th NY Co. EPvt.Feb., 1864Laborermustered out with company in July 1865 near Alexandria VA.
Bates, Edward E.England1834Dickinson  10th VT Co. IPvt.Aug., 1862 discharged June 22, 1865. (1865; 1890)
Battelle, OliverCanada1847Malone  16th Cav. Co. FPvt.Jun., 1863Laborertransferred to the 3rd Provisional Cav. in August 1865. Mustered out in September 1865 at Washington, DC
Baxter, John 1832Bellmont  106th NY Co. CPvt.Sep., 1864 mustered out in June 1865 near Washington, DC. (AG; 1890)
Beaman, Fernando C. 1838Burke  98th NY Co. GCapt.Oct., 1861 wounded May 16, 1864 at Drewry's Bluff VA. Mustered out in August 1865
Beaman, OrinBurke,NY1832BurkeTimothy BeamanRebecca Allen6th Ind. Batt.Pvt. Aug., 1864Farmerdischarged at Washington DC June 22, 1865. PO address: Burke,NY
Bean, James HopkinsHopkinton,NYJune 9,1847DuaneJohn L. BeanCaroline J. Hopkins193rd NY Co. HPvt.Mar., 1865Farmermustered out in January,1866 at Harper's Ferry VA. d. 1913 and is buried at Duane.
Bean, JosephCanadaApr.24,1834DickinsonEdward F.BeanSabina Ramsay39th NY Co. DCorp.Aug., 1864Farmerpromoted to corporal Sept. 25, 1864. Discharged at Hart's Island NY June 20, 1865. PO address: Lawrenceville,NY
Bean, JuliusChateaugay,NY1836 (1842?)Ft.CovingtonJohn BeanMargaret Allen16th Cav. Co. FPvt.Jul., 1863Farmerwounded at the battle of the Wilderness in 1864. Discharged June 6, 1865 at Washington,DC. Buried at North Bangor,NY.
Bean, NormanBerlin,VTNov.1,1830Ft.CovingtonOliver BeanPatience Avery142nd NY Co. GPvt.Aug., 1862Cooperwounded in right thigh and back at Chapin's Farm VA September 29, 1864 and taken prisoner. Discharged May 26, 1865. d. 1908 and buried at Ft.Covington.
Beatty, JamesIreland1836Malone Mary ________98th NY Co. BPvt.Oct., 1861Blacksmithdischarged for disability in June 1862 at Fair Oaks VA. (1860; 1890; AG)
Beatty, JohnIreland     Pvt.Jul., 1863 substitute for William McCaffrey
Beauvais, Lewis 1845Ft.CovingtonJohn Beauvais. 16th Cav. Co. FPvt.Jul., 1863 missing in action (killed) June 26, 1864 at Annandale VA. Residence may have been North Bangor, NY. (1883; AG)
Bedell, Benson W.Malone,NY1843MaloneLevi BedellSarah E. _____35th NY Co. CPvt.Jun., 1861 discharged for disability in July 1861 at Elmira NY.
Beedy, WilburMalone,NY1845MaloneAbram BeedyRebecca _____142nd NY Co. H Pvt.Aug., 1862Farmerwounded in right leg in front of Petersburg, VA in June 1864. Mustered out in June 1865. Name is listed as "Beede" in the 1860 census.
Beeman, WilliamFairfax,VTFeb.28,1836DickinsonMartin BeemanLaura Kinney16th NY Co. IPvt.Apr., 1861Farmerdied of camp fever at Alexandria VA January 24,1862. Buried at Dickinson Center Cemetery
Belanga, PeterCanada1828Bellmont  92nd NY Co. BPvt.Oct., 1861 wounded at Fair Oaks VA May 31, 1862. Ball went through his back and lodged in his side pocket. Discharged on account of disability August 1, 1862 at Philadelphia, PA. Name may have been Pierre Belangia
Bell, Anson R.Malone,NY1845Malone Laura ________98th NY Co. BQM Sgt.Oct., 1861Farmerre-enlisted in December 1863. Promoted to Quartermaster Sergeant in November, 1864 d. 1921 at Enosburg Falls, VT
Bell, Francis         (Hurd)
Bell, Mitchell 1845 Brasher  193rd NY Co. HPvt.Apr., 1865 died August 18, 1865 at the hospital in Berkley Springs WV. Buried at Winchester National Cemetery in Sec. I, Grave 4171.
Bellair, PeterFt.Covington,NY1844Ft.Covington  98th NY Co. HPvt.Oct., 1861Farmermustered in November 1861 and no further record of him in regimental rolls.
Bellows, Henry W.Bellmont,NY1833BellmontFrancis BellowsCharlotte ______92nd NY Co. BPvt.Oct., 1861Farmerwounded at Petersburg June 15, 1864. Transferred to 96th NY Co. D in Dec. 1864. Discharged. PO address: Chateaugay Lake,NY
Bellows, HoraceFairfax,VT1825Dickinson  98th NY Co. GPvt.Nov., 1861 received scalp wound in battle at Chapin's Farm VA September 29, 1864. Died at Whitehall,near Bristol PA October 23 (20?),1864 and is buried there
Bellows, StephenBellmont,NY1837BellmontFrancis BellowsCharlotte ______98th NY Co. DPvt.Jan., 1864Farmermustered out August 31, 1865 at Richmond VA. d. 1903 and buried at Brainardsville, NY
Belville, AlexanderClinton Co.NY1847(?)Malone Christina ______13th Cav. Co. ASgt.Jun., 1864 captured at Piedmont VA October 19, 1864. Transferred to the 3rd Provisional Cav.
Belville, LouisClinton Co. NY1842(1841?)MaloneLouis BelvilleChristiana _____98th NY Co. BSgt.Oct., 1861Machinistdischarged June 2, 1863 at Newport Barracks NC on consolidation of unit.
Bemis, David A.Malone,NY1842MaloneEbenezer BemisRuth Trumbull47th NYPvt.Jul., 1863Farmersubstitute for Warren B. Munson. Died while a prisoner of war at Salisbury NC October 22, 1864 and is buried there. Appears on the 1865 list of men from Bangor who had died during the war as well as the list for Malone. Does not appear in the records of the 47th Inf.
Bemis, HarryMalone,NY1836Malone  98th NY Co. ASgt.Nov., 1861Farmerdischarged June 2, 1863 at New Berne NC upon consolidation of the regiment. He re-enlisted in December 1863 into the 18th Cavalry.
Bemis, HenryMalone,NY Malone   98th NY Co. APvt.Dec., 1863Farmerdoes not appear in the records of the 98th Inf and is probably the same man as above.
Bemis, JonathanMalone,NYApril,1835MaloneEbenezer BemisRuth Trumbull16th NY Co. IPvt.Sep., 1861Farmerwas kicked in the side by a mule and discharged for disability in January 1863. d. 1913 and is buried at Malone.
Bemis, Simeon E.New YorkOct., 1839MaloneEbenezer BemisRuth Trumbull16th NY Co. IPvt.Sep., 1861Laborertransferred to the 121st NY Inf. in 1863. (1860; AG)
Bemis, Timothy A.Malone,NY1833MaloneEbenezer BemisRuth Trumbull98th NY Co. CSgt..Nov., 1861Farmerdischarged for disability May 11, 1862 at Yorktown,VA. d. 1906
Bennett, AndrewNew York1838Chateaugay  16th NY Co. IPvt.May, 1861 mustered out in May 1863 at Albany NY. (AG; original muster roll)
Bennett, Edmond L.Canada1843Brandon  98th NY Co. APvt.Dec., 1861 discharged in July 1862. Was living in the town of Santa Clara in 1890. d. 1906 in Holyoke. MA (1890; AG)
Bennett, EmrickClinton Co. NY1841Burke  142nd NY Co. HCorp.Sep.,1862 wounded May 16, 1864 at Drewry's Bluff VA. Mustered out at New Berne, NC in June 1865. Buried at Burke Center Cem. where his grave says he was born 1838.
Bennett, George W.Ellenburgh, NY Ellenburgh  16th Cav. Co. EPvt.Mar., 1865 transferred to the 3rd Provisional Cav. In August 1865. Mustered out Sept. 1865 at Washington DC.
Bennett, ZebulonFranklin Co. NY1826Chateaugay  16th NY Co. ISgt.May, 1861Blacksmithre-enlisted in February 1862 in the 1st Engineers and mustered out in May 1864. (1860; 1865)
Benson, Charles       Feb., 1865 probably the same man as the one listed in Malone who enlisted into the 26th Cav.
Benson, CharlesMalone,NY1825Malone  26th Cav. Co. IPvt.Mar., 1865Laborermustered out in July 1865 at Ogdensburg, NY.
Bentley, Hial EugeneFranklin Co.1844Bangor  98th NY Co. GPvt.Nov., 1861Paintermustered out in November 1861 at Chapin's Farm, VA (1865; AG)
Bentley, William HenryFranklin Co.1844Bangor  60th NY Co. EPvt.Sep., 1861Farmerno record of him after May 3, 1864. (1865; AG)
Benware, Louis E.Canada East1840BellmontJoseph BenwayChrista ______60th NY Co. ECorp.Sep., 1861Farmerwas living in Bellmont with his parents in 1860. Discharged in August 1862. Was hired as a substitute for William B. Donihee in the draft of July 1863.
Benway, Alexander  Bellmont  98th NYPvt.Jan., 1862 does not appear in the records of the 98th Inf.
Benway, ClorisCanada1824Bellmont  98th NY Co. DPvt.Dec., 1863 wounded in action June 3, 1864 at Cold Harbor VA . Deserted February 6, 1865 on expiration of furlough
Benway, EliCanada1849BellmontJoseph BenwayChrista ______26th Cav. Co. IPvt.Feb., 1865Farmermustered out in July 1865 at Ogdensburg, NY.
Bernhard, Jacob     7th US InfantryPvt.Dec., 1864 mustered as a substitute for Alexander Flanagan
Berry, AlexanderCanada1835Westville  6th Art. Co. MPvt.Jan., 1864Farmername may be "Perry". Wounded June 21, 1864 near Petersburg, VA and was discharged for disability in January 1865. (AG; 1865)
Berry, BarnabasFranklin Co.NY1841(1845?)WestvilleGashus(?) BerrySarah ______142nd NY Co. HPvt.Dec., 1862Laborertransferred to the 169th NY Inf. in June 1865. (1860; 1865; AG)
Berry, LeonardWestville,NYOct.28,1828WestvillePhilo BerryHuldah Wilson60th NY Co. EPvt.Aug., 1864Farmerdischarged June 28, 1865. PO address: West Constable,NY but was living in the Town of Westville in 1890.
Berry, Lucius 1835Westville  98th NY Co. H1stSgt.Oct., 1861 died of chronic diarrhea February 5, 1864 at Pongo Bridge VA. (1865; AG)
Berry, WilburNew York1839WestvillePhilemon BerryLucy _______98th NY Co. HPvt.Oct., 1861Farmerkilled in action May 16, 1864 at Drewry's Bluff, VA. (1860; 1865)
Berry, WilliamFranklin Co.1827Bangor  142nd NY Co. FCorp.Aug., 1862 wounded October 29, 1864 at Darbytown Rd. VA. Absent in hospital at muster out of company. Regimental records and the 1865 list of discharged men list a William Berry, but Hurd lists a Thomas Berry and a Thomas is listed in the pension files as having d
Berry, WilmotNew York1840Malone Rhoba _______16th NY Co. ICorp.Sep., 1861Brakemantransferred to the 121st NY Inf. in 1863. (1860; AG)
Besaw, JosephCanada EastAug.1,1829BrandonJoseph BesawCatherine _____98th NY Co. GPvt.Oct., 1861Farmerdischarged March 12,1863 with loss of speech. PO address: West Bangor,NY.
Besaw, LewisCanada1845Ft.CovingtonTusaw(?) BesawMary _______142nd NY Co. GPvt.Aug., 1862 wounded in action June 5, 1864 and died of his wounds at 18th Corps Hospital, Cold Harbor VA on June 6, 1864. (1860; AG)
Besaw, Tusaw(?)Canada1818Ft.Covington  12th Cav. Co. FPvt.Feb., 1863Laborercaptured April 20, 1864 at Plymouth NC . Discharged at Albany NY in June 1865. (1860; AG)
Besaw, William 1837Bombay  92nd NY Co. GCorp.Aug., 1862 died October 27, 1864 at Seven Pines, VA . Does not appear in the records of the 92nd Inf. (1865)
Bessey, Daniel E.Highgate, VTDec.11, 1842HarrietstownEphraim BesseyLovina ______96th NY Co. CPvt.Nov., 1861Farmerre-enlisted into the 1st Vermont Sharpshooters in 1864. Killed October 27, 1864 on south side of Seldon railroad station near Petersburg VA and was buried there. There is a gravestone for him at Harrietstown.
Beterly, William CarsonBrooklin,NHJune 22,1830BrandonGeorge BeterlyLaura _______142nd NY Co. FPvt.Aug., 1862Farmerdischarged at Raleigh NC June 1865. PO address: West Bangor,NY. d. 1890 and buried at West Bangor Cem.
Bickford, Wallace AbramMoira, NYJan.1,1841DickinsonGeorge W. BickfordOlive _________8th Cav. Co. BPvt.Sep., 1864Farmerdischarged June 1865. PO address: Nicolville,St.Lawrence Co. NY
Bicknell, Orin K.Malone,NY1842MaloneLeonard BicknellEmaline Kellogg142nd NY Co. HPvt.Aug., 1862Farmermusician. Mustered out in June 1865 at Raleigh NC.
Bicknell, William H.Malone,NY1847MaloneLeonard BicknellEmaline Kellogg12th Cav. Co. KPvt.Aug., 1864Farmerthis man is listed twice, the difference being that one time he is listed as having received bounty. Discharged in June 1865 at Raleigh NC.
Bidgood, RemingtonClinton,NYJan.6,1833MoiraMarcus BidgoodEleanor Emory14th Art Co. C Pvt.Dec., 1863Farmerparticipated in the battles of Cold Harbor,Spotsylvania and Petersburg. Captured at Petersburg July 31, 1864 and sent to Andersonville prison for seven months. Discharged June 21,1865. May have been from Dickinson as he appears on the 1865 list of Dickinson men still in the service.
Bigelo, Dexter AnsonGreenville,NYMay 27,1838BrightonJohn BigeloFanny _______60th NY Co. ECorp.Sep., 1861Laborerafter serving nearly a year, he died at Frederick (MD) Hospital of typhoid fever October 2, 1862 and was buried at Antietam National Cemetery Sec.25, Lot G, Grave 766.
Bigelow, DouglasMalone,NY1843 (1840?)Malone  16th NY Co. IPvt.May,1861Printerkilled at Salem Heights VA May 3, 1863 and buried there
Billings, AlbertVermont1837Ft.Covington  98th NY Co. HCorp.Nov., 1861Farmerwounded in knee at Drewry's Bluff VA in May 1864. Discharged in November, 1864
Billings, AlfredFranklin,NY1845BellmontJonas BillingsRhoda ______26th Cav. Co. IPvt.Feb., 1865Farmermustered out in July 1865 at Ogdensburg, NY. Buried in Malone.
Bilow, DennisSt.Lawrence Co.,NY1844Bombay  12th NYPvt.Jul., 1861Farmerstill in service in 1865. (1865)
Bilow, JosephFranklin Co. NY1843Bombay  14th PAPvt.June,1865Farmerstill in service in 1865. (1865)
Bird, CharlesNew Hampshire1840Malone  96th NY 1stLt.Oct., 1861Clerkresigned on October 1862. (1865)
Bird, Wellington  Constable  1st NJ Co. H1stLt.Apr., 1861 transferred to 8th New Jersey in August 1861. Killed in action on the Boydon Plank Road VA on April 2, 1865. May have been buried in Philadelphia. (1865; NJ AG)
Blain, Alexander WilliamHuntington,C.E.May 13,1840DuaneRobert BlainAgnes Ceroy92nd NY Co. CPvt.Oct., 1861Farmerdischarged Nov.11, 1864 at Chapin's Farm VA by reason of expiration of term of service. Also listed as "Blair".
Blair, BriceIreland1822Chateaugay  96th NY Co. APvt.Oct., 1861Farmerwas transferred in February, 1862 to form Co. C. (Hurd; 1860; des. list)
Blake, LouisVermont1835Moira   Pvt.1862Goldsmithserved 2 years. (1865)
Blake, Samuel W.Constable, NY1826Constable  142nd NY Co. HPvt.Jan., 1864Farmermustered out in May 1865 at Hart's Island NY.
Blake, William 1808Franklin  60th NY Co. EPvt.Oct., 1861Farmerwounded and missing at Antietam, MD. Wounded in hip or bowels when last seen by comrades.
Blamey, StephenFranklin Co.NY1847Ft.Covington  14th Art.Pvt.Nov., 1863Farmerstill in service in 1865. Does not appear in the records of the 14th Art. (1865)
Blanchard, AmosBangor,NY1838Bellmont  92nd NY Co. BPvt.Oct., 1861 discharged for disability September, 1862 at Suffolk, VA. d. 1908 and buried at West Bangor, NY.
Blanchard, Daniel W.Ft.Covington,NYOct.28,1841Ft.CovingtonElihu BlanchardMargaret McDonald98th NY Co. HCorp.Sep., 1861Farmerwounded at battle of Fair Oaks VA June 2, 1862. Promoted to Corporal. Discharged September 16, 1865
Blanchard, ElihuNew York1825Ft.Covington  12th Cav. Co. FPvt.Mar., 1863 captured April 20, 1864 at Plymouth NC and sent to Andersonville prison where he died August 19, 1864. He is buried at Andersonville in Grave 6129. His birthdate may be 1806, since he is listed as being 54 in the 1860 census of Ft.Covington. (1865; AG; 1860; 1883; 1890)
Blanchard, John B.Ft.Covington,NYApr.9,1844Ft.CovingtonElihu BlanchardMargaret McDonald34th NY Co. DSgt.Apr., 1861Sawyerdischarged in June 1863 and re-enlisted the next day in the 95th NY Inf. Mustered out in August 1865.
Blanchard, MonroeFranklin Co.NY1845Ft.CovingtonSeth BlanchardSarah ________16th US Inf.Pvt.Feb., 1865Farmerstill in service in 1865. (1860; 1865)
Blanchard, William H.Franklin Co.1840Bangor  142nd NY Co. FCorp.Sep., 1862Mechanicmustered out in June 1865 at Raleigh NC (Hurd; 1865; 1860; AG)
Blanchard, ZelotusFt.Covington,NY1842Ft.CovingtonSeth BlanchardSarah ________34th NY Co. DPvt.May, 1861Farmerwounded at Antietam in 1862. Later served in the 18th NY Cav. Co. C. Deserted in November, 1863 from Camp Stoneman,DC. but apparently re-enlisted as he appears on the 1865 military list of Ft.Covington.
Blane, David L.Champlain,NY Burke  15th Cav.Pvt.Sep., 1864 not in records of the 15th Cav. or in State index.
Blane, Joseph B.Champlain,NY Plattsburgh  15th Cav.Pvt.Sep., 1864 not in records of the 15th Cav. or in State index.
Bliss, Marcellus N.Vermont1844Franklin  77th NY Co. ICorp.Oct., 1862Farmerpromoted to corporal in 1863.
Blood, Alexander W.Ft.Covington,NYOct.30,1845Ft.CovingtonHeman E. BloodPhoebe C. Harriman98th NY Co. HMusic.Oct., 1861Studentre-enlisted in January 1864 and was wounded in front of Petersburg VA June 27, 1864. Served on detached duty after the war as clerk in the Medical Directory Office in the Dept. Of Virginia.
Bloomer, John B.Ireland1830Malone  98th NY Co. APvt.Aug., 1862Farmerdischarged June 16,1865 at Ft.Monroe VA. d. November 1885 and is buried at Sand Hill Cemetery in Bangor.
Blow, David L.Champlain, NY1837BellmontPeter Blow (Bleau)Julia Dumas96th NY Co. ACorp.Oct., 1861Farmerdischarged for disability in April 1862. d. 1911 (1890; des. list)
Boardway, RussellCanada1829Bangor  98th NY Co. DPvt.Nov., 1861 captured June 24, 1864 near Petersburg, VA and paroled. No further record in the 98th Inf. d. 1906 and is buried at West Bangor, NY. (AG; Cem)
Bombard, Bud 1837   142nd NY Co. FPvt.Aug., 1862 deserted September 14, 1863 at Fairfax Seminary,VA. (Hurd)
Bombard, GeorgeCanada1835Bangor  142nd NY Co. FPvt.Aug., 1862Farm Handdeserted August 4, 1864 at Fairfax Seminary,VA. (Hurd)
Bonelle, MaximCanada1820Malone  193rd NY Co. GPvt.Mar., 1865Farmerappears in the records of the 193rd Inf. as "Makim Bowell"
Bonelle, Moses or Bourelle, Joseph 1844Malone  98th NY Co. KPvt.Mar., 1864 borne as Moses Bourell in the 1890 vet. census and as Joseph Bonnell in some records of the 98th. Mustered out in August 1865
Bonner, JamesFranklin Co. NY1841Chateaugay  57th MA Co. ISgt.Feb., 1863 discharged in June 1865 (Hurd , 1865; 1890)
Bordash, NelsonFranklin Co.NY1843Westville  98th NY Co. CPvt.Dec., 1861Laborerdischarged for disability in March 1863 at New Berne NC. Subsequent service in the 14th Art. d. 1923 at Cheboygan, MI. Pension records list him as " Nelson Burdo". (1865; AG; pension app.)
Bordeau, LukeCanada1835Constable  142nd NY Co. DPvt.Aug., 1862Farmermustered out in July 1865 at New Berne NC. Name may be "Burdo"
Bordeau, MichaelMalone,NY1843MaloneStephen BordeauSophia _______98th NY Co. APvt.Aug., 1862Laborerdischarged in June 1865 at Manchester VA. d. 1913
Bosley, EdwinBurlington,VT1847   2nd Cav.Pvt.Aug., 1864 enlisted at Malone but no further record of him in the 2nd Cav.
Boston, Daniel WilliamVermont1828Malone  16th NY Co. IMusic.May, 1861Machinistserved two years in the 16th NY Inf. and was discharged for disability. Enlisted in the 193rd NY Inf. in February 1865.
Bosworth, Charles S.Mooers,NY1842   2ndVet.Cav.Co. HPvt.Aug., 1864 mustered out in August 1865 at Talladega AL.
Bosworth, Judson N.Mooers,NY1843   2nd Cav.Pvt.Aug., 1864 unassigned. No further record of him in the 2nd Cav.
Bourne, Levi C. M. 1831Dickinson  142nd NY Co. FPvt.Aug., 1862 served with the regiment in Virginia and South Carolina; died of yellow fever at Folly Island SC on September 7, 1863 and is buried there. Also listed as "Bowen".
Bova, EphraimCanada1842MaloneJohn BovaMiranda ______98th NY Co. APvt.Oct., 1861Laborerre-enlisted in December, 1863 and mustered out in August 1865. d. 1913 at Rochester MA
Bowles, SamuelNew York1842Brandon  98th NY Co. GSgt.Oct., 1861Blacksmithmustered out in November 1864 at Albany, NY. (1860; AG)
Bowles, WilliamBangor,NYNov.5,1836BrandonWilliam BowlesSally ________98th NY Co. GSgt.Oct., 1861Farmerdischarged in December,1863 and re-enlisted. Discharged Aug.31,1865. Mother's name may have been Patty.
Boyce, AlvahFranklin Co. NY1844Moira  23rd OHPvt.Feb., 1864 prisoner of war when last heard from in January 1864. (1865)
Boyce, Joseph M.Franklin Co. NY1846Moira  91st NYPvt.Sep., 1864Farmerstill in service in 1865. Does not appear in the records of the 91st Inf. (1865)
Boyce, WesleyVermont1847BangorAlden BoyceMary _______26th Cav. Co. IPvt.Jan., 1865Farmermustered out in July 1865 at Ogdensburg, NY. (Hurd; 1865)
Boyea, BarneyCanada1843MaloneEnos BoyeaCelia ________98th NY Co. EPvt.Mar., 1864Laborermustered out in August 1865. (1860; 1890; AG)
Boyea, JohnFranklin Co.NY1846Ft.Covington  98th NY Co. HPvt.Oct., 1864Farmermustered out in May 1865 at Petersburg VA. (1865; AG)
Boyea, John M. 1838Bellmont  98th NY Co. EPvt.Jan., 1862Farmerdied of fever May 3, 1862 at Yorktown VA. Town records list him as John M. Bowen, but there is no such person in the 98th records.
Boyea, JosephFranklin,NY1842BellmontThomas Boyea 193rd NY Co. BCorp.Feb., 1865Farmerserved one year and was in the battle of Deep Bottom and Ft. Harrison. Discharged in January, 1866. Town records list him as "Boyce"
Boyea, NelsonCanada1841Malone  98th NY Co. GPvt.Dec., 1863Laborermustered out in August 1865 at Richmond VA
Boyle, ThomasIreland1842Malone  98th NY Co. EMusic.Nov., 1861Laborerdischarged for disability in 1862 and re-enlisted in the 13th Cavalry in May, 1863
Boynton, Charles HenryClinton,NYNov.12,1845MaloneFrederick H. BoyntonJane Jones11th Cav. Co. MPvt.Aug., 1862Printermusician. Mustered out in June 1865 at Memphis TN. Is listed along with his father in the 1865 military list of Burke.
Boynton, Frederick H.Vermont1812(?)Burke  106th NY Co. F1stLt.Jul., 1862 discharged for disability in July 1863. (AG; 1865)
Brabon, OliverCanada1847MaloneJames BrabonMatilda ______16th Cav. Co. FPvt.Jul., 1863Laborertransferred in August 1865 to the 3rd Provisional Cav. and mustered out the next month. d. 1929 and is buried at St.Regis Falls, NY
Bracy, AsherChateaugay,NY1837Clinton Co.George BracyBetsy ________193rd NY Co. G Pvt.Mar., 1865 mustered out in January 1866 at Harper's Ferry, VA. Was living in the Town of Bellmont in 1890 but was with his parents in Chateaugay in 1860. d. 1917 and buried at Brainardsville, NY
Bracy, John     16th NY Co. IPvt.Sep., 1862 discharged for disability and was living in Malone in 1890. (Hurd; 1890)
Bracy, MarvinNew York1843ChateaugayGeorge Bracy Betsy _______1st NY Co. HPvt.Oct., 1862Farmerdied in October 1862(?) in hospital near Hilton Head SC. (Hurd; 1860; 1865)
Bradford, AlfredCanada1840Chateaugay  16th NY Co. IPvt.May, 1861 dropped from rolls (original muster roll)
Bradley, EliasBeekmantown,NYDec.10,1833BrandonSamuel BradleyEunice ______142nd NY Co. FPvt.Aug., 1862Farmertaken sick at Fairfax Seminary VA and died March 14,1863. Brought home to be buried at West Bangor,NY
Bradley, IsaacBeekmantown,NYMay 13,1824BrandonSamuel BradleyEunice ______142nd NY Co. FPvt.Aug., 1862Farmerdied at Brandon(?) 11 September, 1863 of chronic diarrhea and brought home to be buried at West Bangor,NY.
Bradley, Silas H.Dickinson,NYDec.30,1845DickinsonCharles BradleyAlmira Kingsley12th Cav. Co. FPvt.Feb., 1862Farmertaken prisoner at Plymouth NC April 20, 1864 and sent to Andersonville prison. Paroled April 26, 1865. Discharged July 6, 1865. May also have been in the 98th NY Co. G.
Bradley, William Henry HarrisonDickinson,NYNov.21,1842DickinsonCharles BradleyAlmira Kingsley98th NY Co. GPvt.Nov., 1861Farmerdischarged for disability at New Bern NC March 18, 1863. Re-enlisted Aug. 18, 1864. Wounded. Discharged at Manchester VA June, 1865
Brady, JamesMaryland1824Franklin  118th NY Co. CPvt.Jul., 1862Farmer.mullatto. Discharged June 22, 1865. PO address: Bloomingdale, NY. Was living in Malone in 1890.
Brady, SamuelMaryland1843FranklinJames BradyLouisa Bunyan118th NY Co. CPvt.Dec.,1863Laborercolored. Said to have died in the service, but no record of his death in the records of the 118th Inf.
Brainard, Henry M. 1840Burke  98th NY Co. ASgt.Sep., 1862 dishonorably discharged by sentence of Court Martial April 26, 1865. d. 1924 at Burke, NY (AG; 1890)
Branch, Chauncey S.Mooers,NY1842   2ndVet.Cav.Co. HPvt.Aug., 1864 mustered out in August 1865 at Talladega AL.
Brand, AlbertMalone,NY1844MaloneJonathan BrandAbigail _______60th NY Co. EPvt.Sep., 1861Farmerdeserted in March 1863 at Philadelphia PA. Re-enlisted February 27, 1864.
Brand, JasperMalone,NY1849MaloneLuther A.BrandLucy ________26th Cav. Co. IPvt.Feb., 1865Farmermustered out in July 1865 at Ogdensburg, NY.
Brand, JonathanVermont1817Malone  98th NY Co. APvt.Oct., 1861Farmerdischarged for disability in May 1862 at Camp Scott. Name may have been "John".
Brand, Royal B.Malone,NY1833MaloneJonathan Brand 98th NY Co. ASgt.Jan., 1862Farmerdischarged on consolidation of regiment into five companies at Newport Barracks,NC in May 31, 1863. Listed as a joiner in the 1860 census. d. 1928 at Malone,NY
Brankin, Thomas 1832   93rd NY Co. DPvt.Dec., 1864 substitute hired by John B. Hardin(?). Killed in action at Amelia Courthouse VA April 6, 1865.
Brayton, DanielCanada1825Chateaugay  106th NY Co. IPvt.Jul., 1862Shoemakerdischarged for disability in December 1863. Hurd lists the name twice, but it is probably the same man. (Hurd; AG; 1865)
Brayton, JobFranklin Co. NY1840Moira  60th NY Co. EPvt.Oct., 1861Farmerdied of typhoid fever July 26, 1862 at Little Washington, VA and is buried at Culpeper National Cemetery in Grave 357. (1865; AG; cem)
Brayton, MyronWarrensburg,NY1846BurkeCharles BraytonRebecca Jane Irish14th Art. Co. CPvt.Dec., 1863Farmerkilled June 3, 1864 at Cold Harbor, VA. PO address of parents: Andrusville, NY
Brayton, PeterChateaugay,NYMar.13,1848BurkeCharles BraytonRebecca Jane Irish142nd NY Co. HPvt.Sep.,1862Farmerdischarged in July 1865 from Lowell Hospital in Portsmouth Grove,RI. PO address: Andrusville, NY. Was living in Malone NY in 1890.
Brayton, Thomas A.Vermont1827BombayThomas BraytonRoxanna _____98th NY Co. DPvt.Oct., 1861Farmermissing in action October 27, 1864 and is listed as having died at Annapolis MD February 21, 1865 . (1865; AG; 1860)
Brayton, WesleyFranklin Co. NY1843Moira  16th Cav. Co. FPvt.May, 1863Farmermustered out in August 1865. He had apparently tried to enlist in the 98th NY Co. D in 1861, but was discharged for minority in 1862. (1865; 98th AG)
Breed, Charles WebsterLeominster,NHMay 19,1844MaloneGilman BreedAbigail Z.Webster96th NY Co. A1st Lt.Oct., 1864Clerkresigned on account of disability October 15, 1862. Was living in Malone in 1890 and d. 1922
Brennan, John 1828   98th NY Co. KPvt.Jan., 1864 mustered out with company in August 1865 (Hurd; AG)
Brennan, William D.Gloucester, Ont.Dec.29, 1839Malone  142nd NY Co. ICapt.Aug., 1862Studentshot in left leg in charge on enemy's works at Chapin's Farm VA September 29, 1864. Mustered out in May 1865.
Brian, Dennis 1836Moira   Pvt.Sep., 1864 unknown. Hired as a substitute for David Drury(?) of Malone NY
Brieger, PhilipGermany    98th NY Co. EPvt.Sep., 1862Peddlerseverely wounded at Drewry's Bluff, VA May 16, 1864
Briggs, AlbertCanada1822Ft.Covington  98th NY Co. HPvt.Oct., 1861Hotel Keeperdischarged for disability in June 1862 at Annapolis,MD.
Briggs, AllenDickinson,NYMar.18,1838DickinsonCaleb BriggsAlzima George60th NY Co. EPvt.Aug., 1861Farmerserved under Gen.Segal at 2nd Bull Run and Antietam and discharged for disability at Newark, NJ October 28, 1862
Briggs, Cyrus M.Vermont1821Constable  142nd NY Co. DPvt.Aug., 1864Shoemakermay have enlisted for another town. Absent, sick in hospital at muster out of company.
Briggs, Garrett W.Washington1839Westville  123rd NY Co. HCorp.Aug., 1862Farmermustered out in June 1865. (AG; 1865)
Briggs, Hiram L.Ft.Covington,NY1839Ft.Covington  98th NY Co. GPvt.Oct., 1861 mustered out for inflammation of the lungs at Malone, NY Feb. 6, 1862
Briggs, RodneyNew York1839Ft.Covington     Painterno other information given.
Briggs, WalterWashington1841Westville  3rd Cav. Co. CPvt.Aug., 1864 mustered out in June 1865. (AG; 1865)
Brissett, MosesCanada1841   98th NY Co. GPvt.Dec., 1863Laborerwounded in action at Cold Harbor VA June 1, 1864. Discharged for disability at Rochester NY April 3, 1865
Brissette, CharlesWatertown,NY    14th Art.Pvt.Dec., 1863Laborerdoes not appear in the records of the 14th Art.
Bristol, Benjamin J.M. 1839Chateaugay  14th Art. Co. LCorp.Jan., 1864 mustered out in August 1865 at Washington DC. (AG;Hurd)
Broadwell, Solon B.Plattsburgh,NYApr.28,1819Ft.CovingtonAaron BroadwellSarah Seeley98th NY Co. DPvt.Oct., 1861Farmerdischarged at Yorktown VA October 28, 1862 on account of disability. PO address: Ft.Covington,NY
Brockway, EphraimCanada1846BombayDavid BrockwayArtemesia ____142nd NY Co. DPvt.Aug., 1862Farmerwounded September 29, 1864 at Chapin's Farm VA. Absent in hospital at muster out of company (1860; AG)
Broderick, JohnMoira, NY1837MoiraWilliam BroderickJane _______98th NY Co. I2nd Lt.Nov., 1861Farmerre-enlisted 1863. Promoted to 2nd Lieutenant in 39th US Colored Regiment and is now (1866) serving in Texas.
Broderick, WilliamBombay, NYApr.14, 1844MoiraDennis BroderickMary Brophy13th Art. Co. HPvt.Sep., 1864Farmerwas applied on the quota of Brandon NY receiving Town bounty of $660 and County bounty of $300. Discharged June 20th, 1865. PO address: Moira,NY
Bront, MichaelCanada1827Malone   Pvt.Apr., 1865Laborer 
Brooks, Ansel E.New York1830Bangor  98th NY Co. DPvt.Oct., 1861Farmerdischarged April 8, 1862 at Newport News VA. d. 1897 (1860; AG)
Brooks, Charles E.Massachusetts1819(?)Ft.Covington  98th NY Co. HCorp.Oct., 1861 wounded at Drewry's Bluff VA May 16,1864. Discharged in December 1864.
Brooks, Charles M.Vermont1845ChateaugayDavid BrooksEuciba(?) _____1st Eng.Pvt.Oct., 1864 served 9 months and then transferred into the 193rd NY Inf. Does not appear in the records of the 1st Engineers. (1860; 1865)
Brown, AlexanderCanadaApr.30,1839DickinsonJoseph BrownMary Ann Goggin142nd NY Co. FPvt.Sep., 1862Farmerdischarged at Ogdensburg NY June 20, 1865. d. 1923 and buried at Dickinson.
Brown, Alonzo 1833   106th NY Co. ISgt.Sep., 1861 enlisted in Malone but was residing in Bangor in 1890. 1890 census says he was discharged in 1863, but the regimental records say October, 17, 1864. (1890; AG)
Brown, Benjamin  1839Dickinson  106th NY Co. ISgt.Aug., 1862 discharged October 17, 1864. Living in St.Regis Falls, NY in 1890 and d. there in 1904. (1890; AG; cem.)
Brown, CalvinStockholm,NYFeb 24, 1832HarrietstownObediah BrownOrelia _______118th NY Co. FPvt.Sep., 1863MechanicPO address: Saranac Lake, NY
Brown, CalvinCanada1826Westville  98th NY Co. DPvt.Nov., 1861Farmerdischarged August 11, 1862. d. 1910 and is buried at Moira, NY (Hurd; 1860; 1865)
Brown, Charles A.Malone,NYMar., 1843MaloneDaniel BrownSally(Sarah)____16th NY Co. I2nd Lt.Sep.,1861Printerpromoted to 2nd Lt. in 1863. Mustered out in May 1863 at Falmouth VA. 1860 census indicates he was born in 1842.
Brown, Charles D.Malone,NYDec.9,1824MoiraWilliam BrownDiadana Wheeler39th NY Co. DPvt.Sep., 1864Mechanicin battle of Hutchin's Run. Mustered out in June 1865 at Alexandria VA. PO address: Brush's Mills,NY
Brown, Charles F.Vermont Franklin      no other information given on the 1865 list except that he was still in service in 1865. (1865)
Brown, DanielCanadaFeb.26,1811 (1803?)Ft.CovingtonAaron BrownNancy Putnam98th NY Co. GPvt.Nov., 1861FarmerTown record says "rejected because of old age" and his widow Nancy told the 1890 veterans census that he served 10 months. However, he does not appear in the records of the 98th NY, and his son Daniel Jr. does. d. 1879 and is buried at Ft. Covington, NY
Brown, Daniel Jr.Vermont1839Ft.CovingtonDaniel BrownNancy Hogle(?)98th NY Co. HPvt.Nov., 1861Laborerregimental records say he was discharged in February 1862 at Malone, NY. Town records only list his name.
Brown, Edgar W.Burlington,VT    14th Art. Co. CPvt.Jan., 1864 deserted in March 1864 at Sandy Hook.
Brown, Emel       Aug.,1864 substitute for John M.Tilden of Watertown,NY. Obtained through a New York agency. Bounties were paid to Tilden. This may be Ebel Brown who eas living in the Town of Moira in 1860.
Brown, Franklin B.Canada EastNov.2,1828MoiraErastus BrownCatherine Salts142nd NY Co. FPvt.Aug., 1862 Farmerfought at Ft. Fisher,NC . Discharged June 7, 1865. PO address: Moira, NY.
Brown, Franklin F. Mar.25,1838BangorLyman BrownSarah ______142nd NY Co. FCapt.Aug., 1862 discharged March 22, 1864. d. 1909 and is buried at Bangor NY. (1890; AG)
Brown, GeorgeNew York1846DickinsonJohn BrownMargaretta ___23rd KY Co. EPvt.Oct., 1863 died either May 16, 1864 or 1865 at Nashville, TN and is buried at Nashville National Cemetery in Grave 14581. (1865)
Brown, Harrison A.CanadaOct.16,1843FranklinAsahel H.BrownAnn Burt2nd Cav. Co. MPvt.Oct.,1861Farmerdied Jan. 16, 1864 in convalescent camp in Alexandria VA of congestion of lungs and brain. Buried there and brought home afterwards.
Brown, HenryGermany1841Malone  26th Cav. Co. L1stSgt.Jan., 1865Coopermustered out in July 1865 at Ogdensburg, NY.
Brown, Henry C.Bangor,NY1843BangorRobert BrownFanny ______98th NY Co. DPvt.Oct., 1861Farmerre-enlisted in January 1864 and mustered out at Raleigh NC in June, 1865. d. 1914 in Ogdensburg, NY (Hurd; 1865)
Brown, Henry H.Franklin Co.1839   98th NY Co. DPvt.Oct., 1861Farmermissing in action June 24, 1864 near Petersburg, VA and not heard from since. (1865; AG)
Brown, Henry N.Vermont1845Malone  26th Cav. Co. ISgt.Feb., 1865Clerkmustered out in July 1865 at Ogdensburg, NY.
Brown, Isaac B.Starksburg,VTJune 18,1819HarrietstownJoshua BrownEttha ________96th NY Co. CPvt.Dec., 1861Farmerdeserted in March 1862 at Washington, DC and re-enlisted in 98th NY Inf. Co. K in Dec. 1863. PO address: Saranac Lake, NY
Brown, JamesGalway,IrelandMay 15,1824DickinsonPatrick BrownMargaret Polard60th NY Co. ICapt.Sep., 1861Farmerpromoted to 1st Lt. then Captain. Discharged at Ogdensburg NY on July 31, 1865. PO address: Nicholville,NY
Brown, James E.Vermont1842BangorLyman BrownSarah ______142nd NY Co. F1stSgt.Aug., 1862Farmermustered out in June 1865 at Raleigh NC. (Hurd; 1865)
Brown, JeromeClintonville, NY1842Franklin  96th NY Co. CPvt.Nov., 1861Farmerhorsethief and bounty jumper. Deserted October 1862 near Washington, DC
Brown, John W.Vermont1822   98th NY Co. ESgt.Oct., 1861Farmerseverely wounded at Fair Oaks VA in 1862. Re-enlisted in December 1863. Killed while storming Ft. Harrison ,Chapin's Farm VA on September 29, 1864. Buried on the battlefield
Brown, JosephCanada       Farmerno other information except that he was 19 when he enlisted and was still in the service in 1865. (1865)
Brown, LeviFt.Covington,NYJan,1847Ft.CovingtonDaniel BrownNancy Hogle14th Art. Co. HPvt.Dec., 1863Laborertaken prisoner at the battle of Ft. Stedman VA March 25, 1865. In Libby prison six days and paroled. Discharged at Annapolis MD June 14, 1865
Brown, Lyman H.Rutland, VT1840Moira  1st Eng. Co. HPvt.Sep., 1864Farmermustered out in June 1865 at Richmond VA. Also appears in Hurd's 1864 list of men from Burke
Brown, Marvin J.VermontJune 23, 1847FranklinAsahel H.BrownAnn Burt2nd Vet.Cav.Co.LPvt.Oct., 1862Farmermustered out in November 1865 at Talladega AL.
Brown, Moses L.      Pvt.Sep., 1864  
Brown, MyronNew York1833Ft.CovingtonSumner BrownElizabeth McMurphy14th Art. Co. IPvt.Jan., 1864Laborerkilled June 17, 1864 in a charge at Petersburg VA and buried on battlefield. His widow was living in the village of Malone in 1890, but they were in Ft.Covington in 1860.
Brown, RansomFt.Covington,NYOct.,1839Ft.CovingtonSumner BrownElizabeth McMurphy98th NY Co. HPvt.Nov., 1861Farmertaken prisoner and paroled. Died of typhoid fever at Newport News VA July 27, 1862. Buried at Hampton National Cemetery , Sec.B, Row 9, Grave 7.
Brown, WilliamFt.Covington,NYApr.25,1842Ft.CovingtonDaniel BrownNancy Hoyle12th Cav. Co. FPvt.Dec., 1862Farmertaken prisoner at Plymouth NC and sent to Andersonville prison in April 1864. Confined one year and 15 days at Andersonville prison in Georgia. discharged July, 1865. PO address: Ft.Covington,NY. Alias Daniel Mulligan, but d. 1917 and buried at Ft.Covington as "Brown".
Brown, WilliamScotland1827Malone  98th NY Co. APvt.Nov., 1861Farmerre-enlisted in 13th Cavalry in July 1863. Discharged in 1864 for disability (broken pelvis) caused by a fall from a horse.
Brown, WilliamCanada1845Moira  39th NY Co. DPvt.Sep., 1864Farmermustered out in June 1865 from a hospital in Washington DC.
Bruce, Benjamin FranklinWilmington,NYMar.14,1848DickinsonBenjamin BruceRosilla George26th Cav. Co. IPvt.Feb., 1865Farmerdischarged at Ogdensburg, NY July 6, 1865. PO address: Dickinson Center,NY.
Bruce, Jonah C.Essex Co. NY1845Dickinson  142nd NY Co. DPvt.Feb., 1864 wounded in action January 15, 1865 at Ft. Fisher NC. Transferred to the 169th NY Co. C in June 1865. d. 1908 and is buried at St, Regis Falls, NY. (1865; AG; cem)
Bruce, Joseph ElijahJay,NYFeb.14,1841DickinsonBenjamin BruceRosilla George16th NY Co. FPvt.May., 1861Farmerkilled on the battlefield at Chancellorsville in May 1863 and buried at Soldiers and Airmen's National Cemetery in Section H, Grave 4311.
Bruce, Samuel GeorgeJay,NYNov.17,1843DickinsonBenjamin BruceRosilla George16th NY Co. FPvt.May., 1861Farmerre-enlisted in 142nd NY Inf and was captured. Spent 6 months at Andersonville prison. Discharged at Albany NY on May 15, 1864. PO address: Nicholville,NY. d. 1893 and buried at St.Regis Falls.
Bruce, SewallCraftsbury,VT1826DickinsonAbner BruceDorothy Collins98th NY Co. GSgt.Dec., 1861Farmerdischarged for disability August 11, 1862 after serving about 10 months.
Bruce, Timothy L.Jay,NY DickinsonJohah Bruce 98th NY Co. GOrd.Sgt.Dec., 1861 discharged for disability October 8, 1862 because of wound received at Fair Oaks,VA in May,1862.
Brumley, Horace LeanderChateaugay,NYAug.10,1847BrandonWilliam H. BrumleyMariah _______193rd NY Co. GPvt.Mar., 1865Farmerwent to Auburn with the Regiment ; taken sick with the measles and died 24 May 1865. Brought home and buried. PO address: South Bangor,NY.
Brumley, Orin H.Franklin Co. NY1839Chateaugay   Pvt.Feb., 1865Hotel Clerkno unit given, mustered out in February 1865. (1865)
Brunell, AntoineFranklin Co.NY1847Ft.Covington  193rd NY Co. FPvt.Mar., 1865Farmermustered out in January 1866 at Harper's Ferry WV. (AG; 1865; muster roll)
Brunson, Jesse 1841DickinsonLewis BrunsonRuth Hazen106th NY Co. HCorp.Aug., 1862Farmermortally wounded at the battle of Cold Harbor VA June 1, 1864 and died at the hospital at Alexandria VA. Buried at Alexandria National Cemetery in Grave 2148.
Bryant, AdolphusMoira, NYDec.30, 1827MoiraJohn BryantCornelia Bliss98th NY Co. DCorp.Oct., 1861Carpenterserved on detached service until March, 1862 when he sickened and died of fever May 31, 1862 at Rose Cottage,near White House Landing VA. Buried at Seven Pines National Cemetery, VA Section D, Grave 524
Bryant, AlexanderSt.Lawrence Co.,NY1836Bombay  16th NY Co. IPvt.May, 1861Farmerdischarged for disability in November 1861. (AG; 1865)
Bryant, Andrew JacksonMoira, NY1831MoiraJohn BryantCornelia Bliss142nd NY Co. FPvt.Aug., 1862Farmerwas at the battles of Drewry’s Bluff and Cold Harbor. Was taken sick and died. Buried 25 Aug. 1864 Hampton National Cemetery, Hampton VA, Section E, Grave 1102
Bryant, Dewitt ClintonMoira,NY1829MoiraJohn BryantCornelia Bliss1st Eng. Co. HPvt.Aug., 1864 discharged June 30, 1865. Moved to Jesup Iowa in 1868 and d. there in 1879. (AG; 1860; 1865)
Bryant, Luther S. July 4,1819FranklinSamuel BryantBetsy Salsbury118th NY Co. CSgt.Sep., 1862Farmerpromoted to 1st Lt. ; discharged July 1, 1865. PO address: Bloomingdale,NY. d. 1908 and is buried in Vermontville Cemetery.
Bryant, RobertsonNew York1841Malone  98th NY Co. ESgt.Oct., 1861Farm Handdied of fever June 1, 1862 at Yorktown, VA and is buried at Yorktown National Cemetery in Grave 1059.
Bryant, TimothyFranklin Co. NY1826ChateaugayJohn BryantCornelia Bliss1st Eng. Co. HPvt.Nov., 1862Farmerdischarged July 6, 1865 . d. in Chateaugay in 1909 and is buried there (1860; 1865; 1890)
Bryant, Vilas EdselMoira, NYJune 20, 1846Moira John BryantCornelia Bliss142nd NY Co. FPvt.Aug., 1862Farmerfought at Drewry’s Bluff, Cold Harbor, Chapin’s Farm, Charlotte Harbor. Escaped without a scratch. Discharged June 7th, 1865. PO address: Moira, NY. d. 1922 and is buried at Concord NH.
Buckley, John D.England1833   83rd NY Co. APvt.Jul., 1863 substitute for Asa Leonard. Discharged for disability at Judiciary Square Hospital in Washington, DC in March 1864
Buel, Charles P.Constable,NY1833Malone  98th NY Co. DSgt.Oct., 1861Carpenterdischarged June 1, 1863 at Newport Barracks NC. d. 1909
Buel, RodolphusConstable,NYFeb.27,1839BangorEzra BuelMary Barty(?)98th NY Co. DPvt.Aug., 1864Mechanicdischarged at Manchester VA June 7, 1865. PO address: Brush's Mills,NY. A grave at Maple Hill Cemetery in T.of Bangor does not list a date of death but he was still alive and living in Bangor in 1887 when his discharge was filed in Malone.
Buell, Hector 1838Ft.Covington  98th NY Co. DCorp.Oct., 1861 re-enlisted in 1864 and was discharged in November 1864. d. 1926 in Sacramento CA (1890; AG)
Bugbee, CharlesClinton Co.,NY1836Constable  16th NY Co. IPvt.May, 1861Blacksmithappears on the 1865 military list of Ft.Covington, but gave his address as Constable when he enlisted. He re-enlisted in June 1863 as an Ordnance Sergeant in the 13th Cav. (muster roll; 1865)
Bullis, AlmanzoFt.Covington,NY1843Ft.Covington  98th NY Co. HPvt.Nov., 1861 discharged for disability at New Bern NC on July 10,1863
Bullis, Ezra S.New York1840Ft.CovingtonLouis BullisSusan _______16th NY Co. IPvt.May, 1861 mustered out at Albany NY in May, 1863. (1860; AG; muster roll)
Bullis, Frank C.Potsdam,NY1846Burke  106th NY Co. GPvt.Jan., 1864 mustered out in June 1865 near Washington DC. Listed in the records of the 106th as "Frederick E. Bullis"
Bullis, LouisNew York1811Ft.Covington  14th NY Co. C  Wheelwrightdied in 1864. (1860; 1883; AG)
Bump, JesseSt.Lawrence Co.NY1848BrandonMilo Bump 10th Cav. Co. IPvt.Dec., 1864Farmerstill in service in 1865. Was living in Dickinson Center in 1860. Transferred to the 1st Prov. Cav. in June 1865. (AG; 1865; 1860)
Bump, MiloNew York1815Dickinson  98th NY Co. EPvt.Nov., 1861Farm Handkilled in action May 31, 1862 at Fair Oaks, VA. Listed his age as being 39 when he enlisted. (1860; AG)
Bunker, CharlesNew York1824Moira  106th NY Co. HPvt.Aug., 1862Sawyerdied November 10, 1862 at New Creek VA. (1860; 1865; AG)
Burch, Naham HenryCanadaOct.10,1837Ft.CovingtonNaham S. BurchCatherine Brunton1st Eng. Co. GPvt.Aug., 1864Merchantdischarged at Hilton Head SC July 3, 1865
Burgeon, HughCanadaJan.15,1824Bangor  142nd NY Co. FPvt.Aug., 1862Shoemakerlisted as "Burgess" on 1865 list of discharged men and in the 1890 Veterans Census but as Burgeon in other records. Absent on furlough since May 4, 1865 and at muster out of company. Hurd lists him as Hugh Surgeon. d. 1910 and is buried as "Burgess" in
Burgess, GeorgeFranklin Co. NY1846BombayGeorge BurgessEleanor ______26th Cav. Co. IPvt.Jan., 1865Farmerno year given for his enlistment, but it is probably 1865 because that is when the unit formed Name may be "Burgett" Mustered out in July 1865 at Ogdensburg, NY (AG; 1865; 1860)
Burgess, LewisFranklin Co.NY1845Westville  60th NY Co. EPvt.Jan., 1864 discharged in June 1865 at Washington DC. He and Marshall Burgess (listed in Constable) were both listed in the 1865 military list for Westville as "Boyea", but were both living in Constable in 1890 . (1865; 1890; AG)
Burgess, MarshallConstable,NY1845ConstableMarshall Burgess 60th NY Co. EPvt.Jan., 1864Laborermustered out in July 1865 at Ogdensburg NY.
Burgett, GeorgeBombay,NY1847   26th Cav. Co. IPvt.Jan., 1865 mustered out in July 1865 at Ogdensburg,NY
Burke, Alphonso G.Vermont1828BellmontZen(?) BurkeBetsey _______  Jul., 1863Carpenterdrafted July 12, 1863 . Commuted by paying $300. d. 1927 and is buried at Bellmont.
Burke, Edward  Bellmont      drafted July 12, 1863 . Commuted by paying $300
Burke, Joseph N.Westville,NY1846Burke  98th NY Co. CPvt.Mar.,1864 sent to hospital in July, 1864. Absent without leave from hospital in September,1864. Reported as a deserter. Was living in Malone in 1890.
Burke, SamuelCanadaDec.25,1819WestvilleJoseph BurkeSophia Dusett98th NY Co. CPvt.Aug., 1864Farmerdischarged at Manchester VA June 7, 1865. Was living in Constable in 1890 and d. in 1908.
Burke, Thomas 1837Chateaugay  96th NY Co. A1st.Lt.Nov., 1861 mustered out in February 1866. (AG; 1890)
Burkett, John IrelandMar. 26, 1827MoiraDavid BurkettMargaret Connell106th NY Co. HPvt.Jul., 1862Farmerfought at the battles of Spotsylvania Courthouse and Gettyburg. At Spotsylvania he was wounded and a toe was amputated. Discharged July 8, 1865. PO address: Moira,NY
Burnham, JosephChazy, NY1832   60th NY Co. ECorp.Feb., 1864 mustered out with company in July 1865 at Alexandria VA
Burnham, Oscar L. 1830Bellmont  106th NY Co. HPvt.Aug., 1862 mustered out in June 1865. d. 1886
Burns, DennisIreland1840Bellmont  98th NY Co. APvt.Sep., 1862 deserted from Malone NY April 6, 1864.
Burns, EdwardIreland1828Bellmont  98th NY Co. CPvt.Nov., 1861Farmerdischarged for disability at Washington,DC
Burns, JamesFranklin Co. NY1845(?)ChateaugayMartin BurnsMary _________60th NY Co. EPvt.Sep., 1861 discharged for disability in March 1863. He is listed as being 14 in the 1860 census of Chateaugay. (1860; 1865)
Burns, James Malone,NY1843MaloneJames BurnsSarah _______98th NY Co. EPvt.Aug., 1862Farmerwounded in the right leg and head at Drewry's Bluff and at Chapin's Farm VA, both in 1864. Discharged for disability in April 1865.
Burns, Lewis  Bellmont  60th NYPvt.Oct., 1861 does not appear in the records of the 60th Inf.
Burns, TimothyCork, Ireland1833BellmontTimothy Burns 60th NY Co. EPvt.Oct., 1861Farmerdischarged in November, 1862
Burns, Timothy       Feb., 1865 may be the same man listed in Bellmont.
Burr, Hosea C.Stockholm, NY1830Moira  6th Art. Co. MPvt.Jan., 1864Farmerwounded near Petersburg June 21, 1864. Discharged in June 1865. May have been resident of Bangor, NY, which is where he was living in 1890.
Bush, Joseph (John?)Canada1820Bangor  98th NY Co. KPvt.Dec., 1863Laborerdischarged in March 1865 at Rochester NY. Listed as John Bush in the records of the 98th Inf. (1865; AG)
Bushey, JohnCanada1844Malone Margaret _____164th NY Co. A1stSgt.Sep., 1862Laborermustered out in July 1865 near Washington, DC
Bushey, JosephCanada1817Bellmont  92nd NY Co. BPvt.Oct., 1861 mustered out January 1865 at Albany NY.
Bushey, OliverWilliamstown,C.E.1834Moira  48th NY Co. KPvt.Feb., 1865Sawyerhired as a substitute for Henry Farrington of Brush's Mills, NY. Deserted August 2, 1865. Was living in the town of Malone in 1890.
Busky(Bosquet), Joseph 1838Bellmont  106th NY Co. IPvt.Jul., 1862 shot in foot. Taken prisoner at New Creek. Regimental records say he deserted at Martinsburg WV in January, 1863, but the 1890 veterans census says he served 2 years and 9 months (1890; AG)
Butler, Calvin B.Malone,NY1845Burke  18th NY Cav.Pvt.Jan.,1864 unassigned and no further record after enlistment.
Butler, WilliamFranklin Co. NY1817Moira  57th MA Co. CPvt.Oct., 1861Farmeralso served in the 92nd NY Co. G. Lost one eye and was discharged in February 1865. (AG; 1865; pension app.)
Butterfield, LorenzoStansted, Can.1832Bellmont  60th NY Co. EPvt.Sep., 1861Farmerdeserted June 16, 1862 and was living near Chasm Falls in 1890. (1890; AG)
Buttolph, Oscar G.Vermont1840MaloneOscar B. ButtolphHarriet F. _____110th NY Co. IPvt.Aug., 1862Painterwounded at Donaldsonville; transferred to 2nd Veterans Reserve Corps. Records of the 110th say he was transferred to the 1st Louisiana Cav. in February 1863.
Button, Joseph B.Franklin Co.NY Westville  8th WI Co. COrd.Sgt.Aug., 1861 re-enlisted in January 1864 and mustered out in September 1865. (AG; 1865)
Button, Joseph F.Clinton Co. NY1842Malone  1st Eng. Co. LPvt.Sep., 1864 mustered out in June 1865 at Richmond,VA.
Byington, Charles S.Jericho,VTSep.12,1846DickinsonAlfred ByingtonLodema Pitt142nd NY Co. FPvt.Aug., 1864Farmerdischarged at Fortress Monroe, VA June 8, 1865. The 1860 census of Dickinson lists him as being 11 years old in 1860.
Byrne, JohnIreland1835Malone  98th NY Co. APvt.Oct., 1861Laborerdeserted in January 1862. Listed as "Bryne" in the regimental records.

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