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Nash, Albert Dwight Pvt Aug 23, 1862 11th NY Cav Co D Canton
Mar. 19, 1842 Canton, NY Albert C. Nash; Caroline Sanderson
discharged May 25, 1865 at New Orleans and lived near Rensselaer Falls in 1890. He married Hattie Wilson in 1863 and then Ella C. Henning in 1889. He died Aug. 28, 1912 (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, 1890, newspaper, data)
Nash, Darius A. 1st Lt Sep 24, 1861 60th NY Inf Co I Brasher
1844 Brasher, NY Alfred Nash; Melissa Briggs
his family lived in Brasher in 1850, but he is listed in Hopkinton in 1860. He rose from private to lieutenant in just over 3 years and mustered out Jul. 17, 1865 at Alexandria, VA. The Brasher TC records simply says "gone west". He died Dec. 14, 1893 (TC, AG, 1850, 1860, data)
Nash, George Whitington Sgt Aug 6, 1862 106th NY Inf Co G Hopkinton
1835 Stockholm, NY Alfred Nash; Lucy Bigalow
mustered out June 22, 1865 near Washington, DC. He died at his son's home in Watertown, NY Feb. 20, 1920 and is buried in Fairview Cemetery in Brasher (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, 1890, cemetery, newspaper)
Nay, Jacob Phelps Sgt Oct 15, 1861 92nd NY Inf Co F Stockholm
Mar. 19, 1831 Lawrence, NY Franklin Nay; Lucy W. Phelps
discharged June 16, 1863. He married Mary Riggs, then Martha Hale. He died Aug. 4, 1908 in Bay City, MI and is buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery in Bay City, MI (TC, AG, 1860, cemetery, data)
Neal, Robert Pvt Dec 31, 1863 14th NY H Art Co M Macomb
Jan. 26, 1847 Antwerp, NY William Neal; Mary Jane Brotherton
died of disease Aug. 13, 1864 in New York City, and is buried in Cypress Hills National Cemetery in Grave 1618 (AG, 1865, cemetery, data)
Neal, William Pvt May 18, 1861 35th NY Inf Co C Macomb
1824 Theresa, NY Robert Neal; Amy Harrington
died of typhoid fever Sep. 3, 1861 in Washington, DC and is buried at Soldiers Home National Cemetery in Grave 2319. His widow Mary lived in Gouverneur in 1890 (AG, 1865, 1890, cemetery, data)
Needham, Charles C. Pvt Sep 2, 1864 11th NY Cav Co E Potsdam
1842 St. Lawrence Co.
mustered out June 12, 1865 at Memphis, TN. He is listed as Charles C. Neadorn in the AG. He married Gertrude Reynolds. He died before June, 1899 and is buried in Hewittville Cemetery in Potsdam (TC, AG, 1865, cemetery, newspaper)
Negus, George T. Sgt Feb 18, 1862 92nd NY Inf Co B Hermon
1840 New York Benjamin Negus; Joanna _______
deserted on expiration of furlough Aug. 10, 1864 (AG, 1850, 1870, data)
Neil, Chauncey Pvt Sep 30, 1861 60th NY Inf Co C Hammond
Jan. 25, 1836 New York
discharged for disability Dec. 5, 1862. He married Margaret Dugan. He lived in Iowa in 1865 and in Pilot, Iowa in 1870 and 1880. He died Nov. 17, 1908 and is buried in St. Bernard's Catholic Cemetery near Millerburg, Iowa. The year of death may be 1903 (TC, AG, 1860, 1870, 1880, cemetery, data)
Nelson, Alexander Pvt Aug 4, 1862 142nd NY Inf Co B Hammond
Feb. 29, 1840 Rossie, NY Samuel Nelson; Betsey Little
wounded by a shell at Chapin's Farm, VA and mustered out June 7, 1865 at Raleigh, NC. He married Sarah Cowan. He lived in Hammond in 1860 but is listed in the Rossie TC record and not Hammond's. He lived in Rossie in 1890 and died there Aug. 29, 1916. He is buried in Riverside Cemetery in Rossie (TC, AG, 1860, 1890, newspaper, cemetery, data)
Nelson, Edward Pvt Oct 30, 1861 60th NY Inf Co D Lisbon
Dec. 9, 1842 Lisbon, NY Robert Nelson; Martha Bradley
discharged for disability Oct. 16, 1862 and later served in the 6th NY H. Art. Co. M. He was slightly wounded May 6, 1864 at The Wilderness and was discharged for disability Mar. 20, 1865 at the General Hospital in Beverly, NJ. He lived in Norwood in 1890 and died there Oct. 26, 1904. He is buried in Riverside Cemetery in Norwood (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, 1890, cemetery, newspaper, data)
Nelson, Joseph Pvt Aug 7, 1862 142nd NY Inf Co B Hammond
1830 Rossie, NY Samuel Nelson; Betsey Little
wounded in action May 20, 1864 at Bermuda Hundred, VA and mustered out June 7, 1865 at Raleigh, NC. He died Oct. 28, 1888 and is buried in Elmwood Cemetery in Wayland, MI. His parents lived in Rossie by 1860 and he is listed in the Rossie TC record but not Hammond's (TC, AG, 1850, cemetery)
Nelson, Joseph Corp Sep 4, 1862 169th NY Inf Co F Lisbon
Apr. 8, 1844 Lisbon, NY Robert Nelson; Martha Bradley
he was buried alive when the magazine at Ft. Fisher, NC exploded in Jan. 1865 and was recovered 36 hours later. His spine was injured and he was partially paralyzed. He died in Oakland, CA in 1899 (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, 1890, newspaper)
Nelson, Robert Jr. Pvt Oct 30, 1861 60th NY Inf Co D Lisbon
Oct. 15, 1840 Lisbon, NY Robert Nelson; Martha Bradley
wounded in the left hip in action June 16, 1864 at Golgotha, GA and mustered out Jul. 17, 1865 at Alexandria, VA. He died Dec. 23, 1926 and is buried in Martin Cemetery in Lisbon. He is listed in the Lisbon and Oswegatchie TC records (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, 1890, cemetery)
Nelson, William Pvt Sep 10, 1864 6th NY H Art Co M Lisbon
Jul. 11, 1838 Lisbon, NY Robert Nelson; Martha Bradley
discharged June 19, 1865 from Fairgrounds Hospital, Petersburg, VA. He died Sep. 24, 1896 and is buried in White Church Cemetery in Lisbon (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, 1890, cemetery)
Nesbit, Joseph Pvt Feb 29 1864 106th NY Inf Co E Potsdam
Sep. 10, 1845 Plattsburgh, NY Joseph Nesbit; Margaret Garrity
mustered out May 10, 1865. He married Jennie Moulton June 30, 1872 in Hamilton, WI. He died Mar. 28, 1902 and is buried in Onalaska Cemetery in Onalaska, WI. He is listed in the Potsdam and Stockholm TC records (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, cemetery, data)
Nesbit, Matthew Pvt Apr 27, 1861 16th NY Inf Co B Potsdam
Jul. 28, 1843 Quebec, Canada Joseph Nesbit; Margaret Garrity
killed in action May 3, 1863 at Salem Church, VA. He is buried in Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Cemetery in Grave 5685 (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, cemetery)
Nesbit, William Sgt Aug 6, 1862 106th NY Inf Co E Potsdam
Feb. 1, 1841 Plattsburgh, NY Joseph Nesbit; Margaret Garrity
mustered out June 22, 1865 near Washington, DC. He died in Parishville Apr. 20, 1886 and is buried in Hillcrest Cemetery in Parishville (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, 1890, newspaper, cemetery, data)
Nettles, Thomas Pvt Sep 1, 1862 142nd NY Inf Co I Louisville
1834 Albany Co. NY
wounded in both hands May 16, 1864 at Drewry's Bluff, VA and discharged from the Veterans Reserve Corps Jul. 27, 1864. He lived in Hermon in 1880, 1890 and 1900 and died near Marshville Aug. 5, 1911. He is probably buried with his wife and son in Old Hermon Cemetery. He is also listed in the 1865 census of Massena (AG, 1860, 1865, 1880, 1890, 1900, newspaper, data)
Nevin, David Alexander Capt Apr 18, 1861 16th NY Inf Co A Oswegatchie
Dec. 17, 1835 Helena, NY Benjamin Nevin; Sarah Woodbury
resigned Jul. 20, 1862 because of typhoid fever and re-enlisted a month later as a private in the same company after his recuperation, He was made 2nd Lt. and Adjutant and mustered out May 22, 1863 at Albany, NY. He then enlisted as a captain in the 142nd NY Inf. Co. H in Aug. 1863 under Col. Newton M. Curtis and served with him throughout the war and was discharged Jan. 15, 1866. He then worked for the US Treasury Dept. until 1885 when he took a position in Panama, where he died of fever Nov. 18, 1886. He is buried in Ogdensburg Cemetery (TC, AG, 1865, newspaper, cemetery, data)
Nevin, Oswald Brodie Pvt Mar 24, 1865 24th NY Cav Co C Oswegatchie
Feb. 2, 1845 Helena, NY Benjamin Nevin; Sarah Woodbury
transferred to the 1st NY Prov. Cav. in June 1865. He moved to Montana and owned a large ranch. He married Mary Rose Whiteford, then Marion Tintinger Jan. 15, 1894. He died in Melville, MT Sep. 28, 1904 as the result of the accidental discharge of a gun (AG, 1860, 1865, newspaper, data)
Nevins, Albert Pvt Sep 23, 1862 92nd NY Inf Co K Massena
1832 New York Francis Nevins; Permelia _____
wounded in action on the Vine Swamp Road near Kinston, NC Dec. 14, 1862 and had his chin almost shot off. He was discharged for disability Sep. 1, 1863 at Lexington Ave. Hospital in NYC. He died in 1893 and is buried in Elmwood Cemetery in Ft. Covington, NY (AG, 1860, cemetery, newspaper)
Newbury, John Cornelius Pvt Dec 1863 14th NY H Art Co M Stockholm
Nov. 7, 1846 Wheatland, WI Charles B. Newbury; Lydia Stafford
died of disease Aug. 5, 1864 and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery (no plot number) (TC, AG, 1865, cemetery)
Newell, Elliott James Pvt Aug 12, 1862 11th NY Cav Co I Gouverneur
Oct. 25, 1840 Gouverneur, NY John D. Newell; Olive Smith
mustered out May 15, 1865 at Memphis, TN. He died before 1890 and his widow Mary still lived in Gouverneur in 1890 (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, 1890)
Newell, George A. Sgt Sep 14, 1861 60th NY Inf Co K Stockholm
1839 St. Lawrence Co.
mustered out Jul. 17, 1865 at Alexandria, VA. He lived in Hopkinton in 1880. He died Jan.1, 1914 in Los Angeles, CA (TC, AG, 1865, 1880, data)
Newell, George Henry Pvt Mar 9, 1865 193rd NY Inf Co F Lawrence
Jul. 6, 1847 Lawrence, NY Cyrus Newell; Mary Jones
mustered out on Jul. 6, 1865 (his 18th birthday) at a hospital in York, PA. He died Oct. 10, 1918 in Galesburg, KS (TC, AG, 1860, data)
Newman, George W. 2nd Lt Sep 10, 1861 60th NY Inf Co B Macomb
June 6, 1835 Lowville, NY Albert Newman; Caroline DeWitt
mustered out Jul. 17, 1865 at Alexandria, VA. He appears in the Oswegatchie TC record as well as Macomb's. He lived in Sauk Center, MN in 1866 and his widow applied for a pension in May 1868. (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, data)
Newman, Loren Pvt Sep 29, 1862 142nd NY Inf Co A Macomb
Jul. 1, 1830 Gouverneur, NY Albert Newman; Caroline Dewitt
died of disease Dec. 4, 1863 at Regimental Hospital, Kiawah Island, SC (TC, AG, 1860, 1865)
Newman, Thomas Pvt Aug 28, 1862 106th NY Inf Co E Potsdam
Jul. 1824 Vermont
discharged for disability Jul. 5, 1864 at New York City. He lived in Milton, VT in 1850 and then moved to Crary Mills, NY. He lived with his daughter and son-in-law in Landis, NJ in 1900 and died there Aug. 22, 1901. He is buried in Oak Hill Cemetery in Vineland, NJ (TC, AG, 1850, 1860, 1865, 1870, 1900, cemetery, newspaper, data)
Newman, William A. Pvt Sep 5, 1864 6th NY H Art Co G Massena
1824 Franklin Co. NY John Newman; Sophrona Southwick
discharged for disability Apr. 16, 1865 at Petersburg, VA. He lived with his parents in Massena in 1860 and his widow Oretta Newman lived in Potsdam in 1890. He had apparently moved from Pierrepont to Clare in the 1880's. He died in 1884 and is buried in Grant's/French's Cemetery in Potsdam (AG, 1850, 1865, 1880, 1890, cemetery, data)
Newmyers, Finton Pvt Sep 3, 1862 142nd NY Inf Co C Oswegatchie
June, 1843 New York George Newmyers; Ann Phalon
wounded in action Sep. 29, 1864 at Chaffin's Farm, VA and mustered out May 27, 1865 from Foster Hospital, New Bern, NC. He was named for his uncle Finton Phalon and apparently changed his name to Charles Vinson Allen after the war and moved to Abbeville, Alabama. He was still in Abbeville in 1934 (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, newspaper, data)
Newton, Charles W. Pvt Aug 6, 1862 106th NY Inf Co A Brasher
1825 New Jersey
discharged June 21, 1864 at Davenport, Iowa. He died Mar. 1, 1887 and is buried in Oakwood Cemetery in Allegan, MI (TC, AG, 1860, cemetery)
Newton, Francis Pvt Aug 24, 1864 44th NY Inf Co E Lawrence
1842 Canada
transferred to the 140th NY Inf. Co. C Oct. 6, 1864 and then to the 5th NY Veteran Infantry Co. C June 3, 1865. He received a gunshot wound in the right arm and mustered out Aug. 21, 1865 at Hart's Island, NY. He lived in Hopkinton in 1890 and was still there in 1904. (AG, 1865, 1890, newspaper, data)
Newton, Francis Oliver Pvt Dec 11, 1863 106th NY Inf Co H Hopkinton
Sep. 1837 Canada Francis Newton; S. Ladd(?)
killed in action June 1, 1864 at Cold Harbor, VA. AG gives year of birth as 1818 (TC, AG, 1865)
Newton, George Washington Pvt Aug 19, 1863 20th NY Cav Co I Fowler
May 7, 1845 Fowler, NY Stephen Newton; Anna ________
mustered out Jul. 31, 1865 near Manchester, VA and died Jul. 20, 1892. (TC, AG, 1860, data)
Newton, Hiram Pvt Sep 3, 1864 15th NY Eng Co G Hopkinton
1820 St. Lawrence Co. Richard Newton; Ann Blanchard
mustered out June 13, 1865 at Ft. Barry, VA. He died in Jan. 1893 and was buried in Parishville Jan. 4, 1893. He married his wife Dec. 7, 1843. (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, 1890, newspaper)
Newton, Lorenzo Chauncey Pvt Jan 12, 1864 14th NY H Art Co I Fowler
May 10, 1824 Champion, NY Stephen Newton; Anna _______
captured June 1, 1864 near Shady Grove, VA. He died of disease Jul. 7, 1864 at Andersonville prison in Georgia and is buried in Andersonville National Cemetery in Grave 2985. There is also a stone for him in Gulf Cemetery in Fowler (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, cemetery)
Newton, Oliver Augustus Pvt June 1863 13th NY Cav Co D Stockholm
Aug. 8, 1844 Stockholm, NY Orange Newton; Alvira Schellinger
wounded at Aldie, VA Jul. 6, 1864 and died of wounds at Third Division General Hospital in Alexandria, VA Jul. 23, 1864. He is buried in Alexandria National Cemetery in Site 2458 but also has a stone in Buckton Cemetery in Stockholm (TC, AG, 1850, 1860, 1865, cemetery)
Newton, Orange Capt Oct 15, 1861 92nd NY Inf Co F Stockholm
Jan. 13, 1808 Jericho, VT Samuel S. Newton; Patience Root
discharged May 13, 1862. He came to SLC with his parents in 1815 and was a Methodist clergyman. He died Feb. 10, 1886 and is buried in Buckton Cemetery in Stockholm. (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, cemetery, newspaper)
Newton, Richard R. Corp Nov 21, 1861 6th NY Cav Co K Oswegatchie
Mar. 15, 1833 Devon, England Thomas Newton
wounded at The Wilderness in May, 1864 and discharged for disability Oct. 20, 1864 from a hospital in Newark, NJ. He immigrated to Ogdensburg in 1857 and had been in the British Army in the Crimean War. He was the jailer in Canton in 1880. He died Oct. 1, 1917 and is buried in St. Mary's Cemetery in Ogdensburg with 1915 as a death date on the stone (TC, AG, 1865, 1880, 1890, cemetery, newspaper, data)
Newton, Sir Isaac Sgt Jan 1862(?) 6th OH Cav Co B Hopkinton
1842 New York Laura ________
died of chronic diarrhea in Hopkinton Aug. 28, 1864 and is buried in Hopkinton-Ft. Jackson Cemetery (1860, 1865, newspaper, cemetery)
Newton, Warner A. Pvt Aug 14, 1862 106th NY Inf Co G Stockholm
Aug. 12, 1838 Hopkinton, NY Asa Newton; Lucina Chapman
wounded in action Jul. 9, 1864 at Monocacy, MD and died of those wounds Jul. 30, 1864 at Frederick City Hospital , Frederick, MD. He was buried in Parishville (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, newspaper)
Nichols, Aaron Pvt Nov 23, 1861 92nd NY Inf Co F Canton
1843 Canada
discharged for disability Apr. 24, 1862. He then re-enlisted into the 11th NY Cav. Co. D Dec. 8, 1863 and was discharged Sep. 30, 1865. He lived in Canton in 1860 and in Pierrepont in 1870. He married Eunice R. Piersons in Colton Oct. 10, 1866. He died Feb. 27, 1902 and is buried in Fairview Cemetery in Canton (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, 1870, 1890, cemetery, newspaper, data)
Nichols, Adolphus P. Pvt Dec 18, 1863 6th NY H Art Co M Pierrepont
Aug. 23, 1825 Reading, VT Thomas Nichols; Hannah Williams
wounded in head and shoulder June 19, 1864 and died of those wounds at Depot Field Hospital, City Point, VA June 24, 1864. He is buried in City Point National Cemetery in Grave 74 (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, cemetery)
Nichols, Benjamin Sgt Sep 18, 1861 60th NY Inf Co G Louisville
1833 New Hampshire Elias Nichols; Mary ________
wounded in the leg and mustered out Jul. 17, 1865 at Alexandria, VA. He died Aug. 24, 1922 in Massena, NY and is buried in Louisville Community Cemetery (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, 1890, cemetery, data)
Nichols, Daniel Pvt Sep 8, 1864 95th NY Inf Co E Waddington
1842 Canada
mustered out June 1, 1865. His widow applied for a pension in 1892 (AG, 1865, data)
Nichols, Elias 1st Sgt Oct 22, 1861 92nd NY Inf Co K Louisville
1834 Canada Elias Nichols; Mary ________
mustered out June 11, 1863. He married Mary Allen. He lived in Madrid in 1890 and died there Dec. 10, 1891. He is buried in New Madrid Cemetery (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, 1890, cemetery)
Nichols, Henry C. Pvt Sep 1, 1863 14th NY H Art Co B Oswegatchie
1843 St. Lawrence Co. Henry Nichols; Marian ________
mustered out Aug. 26, 1865 at Washington, DC. He died in Dec. 1866 and was buried in Ogdensburg Cemetery Dec. 21, 1866 (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, newspaper, cemetery)
Nichols, Orson Kinney Pvt Jul 19, 1863 14th NY H Art Co A Gouverneur
June 3, 1835 Rodman, NY Hiram Kinney Nichols; Abra Gardner
taken prisoner Jul. 31, 1864 and died of disease in Danville, VA prison Nov. 27, 1864. He is buried in Danville National Cemetery in Grave G 790 (TC, AG, 1850, 1860, 1865, cemetery, newspaper)
Nichols, Robert Burns Sgt Mar 26, 1862 11th NY Cav Co I DeKalb
1837 Hammond, NY William Nichols
discharged for disability at Harewood Hospital in Washington, DC Jul. 8, 1864 as a result of a fractured arm and other injuries sustained in a fall from his horse. He was living in Washington, DC in 1866 and died Jan. 22, 1916 in Milford, Iowa (TC, AG, 1860, data)
Nichols, Roswell Pvt Oct 15, 1861 92nd NY Inf Co F Stockholm
1812 Essex Co. NY Aaron Nichols
discharged for disability Dec. 3, 1863 at New Berne, NC. He lived in Moriah, NY in 1850 and died Jul. 11, 1877. He is buried in Spear Cemetery in Moriah, NY (TC, AG, 1850, 1865, 1870, cemetery)
Nicholson, Peter Pvt Sep 10, 1862 16th NY Inf Co H Brasher
1835 New York
transferred into the 121st NY Inf. May 11, 1863 and mustered out June 25, 1865 near Hall's Hill, VA His first enlistment may have been in the 7th NY Cav. He died Jul. 16, 1919 and is buried in Los Angeles National Cemetery Sec. 1, Row F Grave 7 (TC, AG, 1860, cemetery)
Nicholson, Thomas H. Pvt Aug 29, 1864 15th NY Eng Co H Hermon
Dec. 24, 1825 Ogdensburg, NY
mustered out June 13, 1865 at Ft. Barry, VA. He was a carriage maker in Hermon for 60 years. He died Dec. 25, 1914 in Hermon and is buried in Hermon Cemetery (AG, 1870, 1890, cemetery, newspaper)
Nickerson, Alvinza V. Pvt Sep 5, 1864 15th NY Eng Co H Canton
1838 St. Lawrence Co. Anson Nickerson; Frances Books
transferred from the 50th NY Engineers. He mustered out June 19, 1865 at Lincoln Hospital in Washington, DC. He married Emma Church Nov. 1, 1861 in Canton. He died in Bay City MI Oct. 29, 1929 and is buried in Elm Lawn Cemetery in Bay City, MI (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, newspaper, cemetery, data)
Nickerson, Charles Pvt Aug 9, 1862 106th NY Inf Co K Canton
May 6, 1836 Canton, NY David Nickerson; Lucretia Tupper
mustered out June 22, 1865 near Washington, DC. He married Athelda Cofflin in 1859. They moved to Gouverneur where he died Dec. 17, 1916. He is buried in Riverside Cemetery in Gouverneur (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, 1890, cemetery, newspaper, )
Nickerson, Eli Horton Sgt Jan 1, 1862 98th NY Inf Co H Waddington
Nov. 24, 1822 Washington, MA George Nickerson
discharged for disability June 2, 1863 at Newport, NC. He re-enlisted into the 14th NY H. Art. Co. E in Aug. 1863 and was again discharged for disability Oct. 22, 1864. He was found dead in his bed in the Morton Hotel in Ogdensburg, NY in Nov. 1864. He married Mahala McIntosh. He also appears in the Oswegatchie TC records (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, data)
Nickerson, Hiram A. Pvt Sep 3, 1864 15th NY Eng Co H Canton
1834 St. Lawrence Co. Anson Nickerson; Frances Books
mustered out June 13, 1865 at Ft. Barry, VA. He married Elizabeth C. Hale in Canton Jan. 1, 1862. He died May 25, 1874 and is buried in Brick Chapel Cemetery in Canton, NY. However, he and his wife are also listed on a stone in Buck's Bridge Cemetery in Potsdam. His widow Elizabeth lived in Norwood in 1890 (TC, AG, 1860, 1890, newspaper, cemetery)
Nickerson, Orson Pvt Jul 21, 1862 106th NY Inf Co K Canton
Oct. 28, 1824 Canton, NY David Nickerson; Lucretia Tupper
enlisted into the Mexican War in 1846 and served for 2 years. He mustered out of the 106th June 22, 1865 near Washington, DC. He lived in Oconto, WI in 1890 and 1907. He died Jan. 17, 1907 and is buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Oconto, WI (TC, AG, 1865, 1890, newspaper, data)
Nickerson, William R. Pvt Sep 8, 1864 15th NY Eng Co H Canton
1834 New York Anson Nickerson; Frances Books
died of disease Jan. 13, 1865 at Engineers Brigade Hospital in Washington, DC. He is buried in Brick Chapel Cemetery in Canton (AG, 1860, 1865, cemetery, newspaper)
Nicol, James H. Corp Dec 19, 1863 16th NY H Art Co A Hammond
Aug. 24, 1839 Hammond, NY Andrew Nicol; Sarah Van Alstyne
received a bullet wound in the chest at Petersburg, VA in 1864 and mustered out Aug. 21, 1865 at Washington, DC. He had moved west by 1865, but his widow lived in Morristown in 1890 (TC, AG, 1860, 1890)
Nimocks, Adam Corp Oct 10, 1861 92nd NY Inf Co A Massena
Feb. 28, 1835 St. Lawrence Co. Jared Nimocks; Nancy Johnson
discharged June 11, 1863. He married Elvira Ann England Jul. 4, 1865. He died Dec. 21, 1922 in Ida Grove, Iowa and is buried in Ida Grove Cemetery Lot 278. He is listed as Allen Nimmock in 1860 Massena (AG, 1850, 1860, cemetery, data)
Noble, Alexander Pvt Apr 27, 1861 16th NY Inf Co B Parishville
Feb. 27, 1841 Ireland Thomas Noble; Jane White
mustered out May 22, 1863 at Albany, NY. He then joined the 108th US Colored Infantry as a 2nd Lt. and also served in the 7th US Vet. Vol. Co. C. He died Apr. 15, 1911 and is buried in the Ohio Soldiers and Sailors Home Cemetery in Sandusky, OH in Lot 4/H/12 (TC, AG, 1860, cemetery, data)
Noble, Ozias Corp Sep 12, 1861 60th NY Inf Co D Edwards
May 24, 1834 Edwards, NY James Noble; Isabela Laidlaw
discharged for disability Oct. 20, 1862 from the hospital on David's Island, NY. He enlisted into the 10th Michigan Cavalry in Feb. 1865. He married Alice Havens in Hermon in 1863 and moved to Coopersville, MI by 1866. He died there Feb. 3, 1920 and is buried in Coopersville Cemetery (TC, AG, 1860, cemetery, data)
Noble, Thomas Pvt Oct 10, 1861 92nd NY Inf Co H Edwards
Oct. 12, 1815 Scotland Alexander Noble; Agnes Halpin
discharged for disability Oct. 3, 1862 at Albany, NY. He died in Edwards in June, 1894 and is buried in Riverside Cemetery in Edwards (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, 1890, newspaper, cemetery)
Noble, Thomas Sgt Oct 10, 1861 92nd NY Inf Co G Hopkinton
April, 1808 Ireland Artemis Noble; E. Richie
transferred to the 96th NY Inf. in Dec. 1864 and mustered out Feb. 1, 1866. He died Jan. 21, 1885. His widow Jane Noble still lived in Hopkinton in 1890 (TC, AG, 1865, 1890, data)
Nobles, Daniel Webster Pvt Jan 17, 1862 92nd NY Inf Co F Brasher
1838 St. Lawrence Co. Harvey Nobles; Sarah Ann _____
wounded in action May 31, 1862 at Fair Oaks, VA. He was transferred to the 96th NY Inf. Co. G Dec. 1, 1864. He is buried as Webster Noble in Mount Hope Cemetery in Sparta, WI (TC, AG, 1850, 1865, cemetery)
Nobles, Judson Corp Oct 5, 1861 60th NY Inf Co I Brasher
1843 St. Lawrence Co. Harvey Nobles; Sarah Ann _____
re-enlisted Dec. 14, 1863 and mustered out with the company Jul. 17, 1865 at Alexandria, VA. He died in Beloit, WI June 13, 1915 and is buried in Nola Cemetery in Park Falls, WI (TC, AG, 1850, 1865, cemetery, data)
Nolan, John Sgt Oct 16, 1861 9th NY Cav Co L Canton
May 20, 1839 Ireland
wounded Sep. 19, 1864 and transferred to Veterans Reserve Corps. He was discharged for disability Aug. 31, 1865 at Mower General Hospital in Philadelphia, PA. He died Mar. 30, 1904 and is buried in Fairview Cemetery in Canton (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, cemetery, data)
Norman, Benjamin Pvt Dec 18, 1863 6th NY H Art Co M Madrid
1838 Quebec, Canada Joseph Norman; Lovina ________
mustered out Aug. 24, 1865 at Washington, DC. He died Mar. 3, 1914 in Pishtigo, WI (AG, 1860, 1865, data)
Norman, Peter Pvt Dec 18, 1863 6th NY H Art Co M Madrid
May 13, 1826 Quebec, Canada
mustered out Aug. 24, 1865 at Washington, DC. He married Martha E. LaBere, and then Elmira Gonyou. He died in Madrid Apr. 20, 1916 and is buried in Madrid Cemetery (AG, 1865, 1870, 1900, newspaper, cemetery, data)
Norman, Silas C. F. Pvt Sep 12, 1861 60th NY Inf Co D Edwards
1837 England
discharged for disability May 15, 1862 at Baltimore, MD. He then re-enlisted into the 106th NY Inf Co. K in Aug. 1862. He was captured at Monocacy, MD in Aug. 1864 and exchanged. He mustered out June 22, 1865 near Washington, DC. A note in the Edwards TC says to direct letters to him in care of Joseph Brodie of Edwards. He married Louise Spencer in Sherman, TX Jul. 3, 1884. He lived in Yankton, Dakota Territory in 1880 and in Red River TX in 1910. He died June 8, 1914 in Manchester, TX (TC, AG, 1880, 1910, data)
Norris, Joseph Billings Pvt Aug 30, 1862 16th NY Inf Co F Hopkinton
Mar. 7, 1822 Vermont Isaac Norris; L. Crook
transferred to the 121st NY Inf. In May, 1863. He was wounded in action Oct. 19, 1864 at Cedar Creek, VA and discharged June 12, 1865. He died Apr. 27, 1884 (TC, AG, 1860, NMC, data)
Norris, Laurentine Albert Pvt Aug 27, 1864 13th NY Cav Co F Colton
Aug. 26, 1826 Albany, VT Clark Norris; Abigail Hill
discharged June 30, 1865 at Fairfax Court House, VA and died in August, 1891 (TC, AG, 1860, data)
North, Edwin Delos Sgt Dec 1, 1862 60th NY Inf Co A Hermon
1832 New York
broke his right arm in action Nov. 24, 1863 at Lookout Mtn TN and discharged for disability June 15, 1864 at New York City. He lived in Russell in 1865, 1870 and 1880 and his first wife and child are buried in Russell Cemetery. He and his second wife died in Canton in September 22, 1912 and are buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Canton (AG, 1865, 1870, 1880, 1910, cemetery, data, newspaper)
North, Linus Pvt Aug 2, 1862 10th NY H Art Co C Fowler
May 8, 1838 LeRay, Jefferson Co. NY Lyman North; Sarah Valley
discharged for disability Feb. 18, 1863 at Washington, DC. He lived in Antwerp, NY with his father's family in 1860. He died in Fowler Nov. 28, 1907 and is buried in Spragueville Cemetery in Antwerp (TC, AG, 1860, 1870, 1890, 1900, newspaper, cemetery)
Northrup, Gilbert Pvt Nov 10, 1863 14th NY H Art Co G Lisbon
Dec. 4, 1846 Lisbon, NY Joseph Northrup; Polly Brown
discharged May 29, 1865. He died June 9, 1919 in Glenwood City, WI and is buried in Glenwood City Cemetery, Glenwood, WI. He also served in the 5th US Inf. Co. I from 1866 until 1867 (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, cenetery, data)
Northrup, Levi S. Pvt June 24, 1861 16th NY Inf Co A Potsdam
1842
killed in action June 30, 1862 at Gaines Mills, VA (TC, AG, 1865, NMC)
Northrup, Myron H. Pvt Aug 30, 1862 142nd NY Inf Co K Russell
Feb. 12, 1844 Castleton, VT
mustered out June 7, 1865 at Raleigh, NC. He married Maria Harrington. He lived in Crary Mills in Potsdam in 1890. He died in Bennington, VT Aug. 19, 1921 and is buried in the Soldiers Home Cemetery in Bennington, VT. (AG, 1860, 1890, newspaper, cemetery, data)
Northrup, Nelson Pvt Aug 6, 1862 106th NY Inf Co B Lisbon
Oct. 3, 1827 Lisbon, NY Joseph Northrup; Polly Brown
mustered out June 22, 1865 near Washington, DC. He died Feb. 1, 1910 and is buried in White Church Cemetery in Lisbon (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, 1890, cemetery, data)
Norton, Ansel Timothy Pvt Oct 15, 1861 92nd NY Inf Co F Stockholm
Nov. 29. 1839 Rouse's Point, NY Rufus Norton; Asenath Sowles
died Jan. 9, 1863 at Hampton, VA and is buried in Hampton National Cemetery Plot 3948. He also has a stone in Fairview Cemetery in Brasher (TC, AG, 1860, cemetery)
Norton, Daniel M. Pvt Aug 9, 1862 11th NY Cav Co D Canton
1844 New York Orville Norton; Electa Whitney
died Oct. 29, 1864 at US General Hospital at Baton Rouge, LA and appears to be buried as David M. Norton in Grave 2308 of Baton Rouge National Cemetery. He also has a stone at Norton Cemetery in the Town of Canton. He is listed as David in the Canton TC record (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, cemetery, data)
Norton, Frederick H. Engin 1863 USS Colorado Gouverneur
1842 Gouverneur, NY Milton Norton; Marilla E. Foster
died in Gouverneur Mar. 4, 1911 and is buried in Riverside Cemetery in Gouverneur. He married Matilda Gray. (1860, newspaper, cemetery)
Norton, George W. Pvt Sep 30, 1861 35th NY Inf Co G Hammond
Feb. 2, 1836 Hammond, NY Jeremiah Norton; Mary ________
mustered out June 5, 1863 at Elmira, NY and later re-enlisted into the 5th NY H. Art. He mustered out Jul. 19, 1865 and lived in Rutland, NY in late 1865. He died Mar. 30, 1923 and is buried in Thompson Protestant Cemetery in Thompson, ND (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, cemetery, data)
Norton, James Elihu Pvt May, 1861 16th NY Inf Co A Canton
Mar. 3, 1837 Canton, NY Orville Norton; Electa Whitney
wounded at Gaines Mills, VA June 27, 1862 and apparently discharged for disability. He married Lucy Jane Coy. He died June 16, 1871 and is buried in Norton Cemetery in Canton. He does not appear in the AG records of the 16th NY Inf. (1860, 1870, NMC, cemetery, newspaper, data)
Norton, John Pvt Oct 3, 1861 60th NY Inf Co C Hammond
Apr. 20, 1849 Hammond, NY Jeremiah Norton; Mary ________
wounded in action at Gettysburg and died of those wounds there Jul. 5, 1863. His grave in Gettysburg National Cemetery (Grave B75) says he died Jul. 2, 1863 (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, cemetery)
Norton, William W. Pvt Apr 30, 1861 16th NY Inf Co H Stockholm
1843 New York John Norton; Sarah Truax
wounded and captured May 3, 1863 at Salem Church, VA. He was paroled and mustered out May 23, 1863. He moved to Saginaw, MI and died of heart disease there Oct. 16, 1910. His death certificate says he was buried in Whalen, MI (TC, AG, 1850, 1860, NMC, data)
Norton, William Wallace Pvt Aug 30, 1862 142nd NY Inf Co B Hammond
Sep. 20, 1835 Hammond, NY Jeremiah Norton; Mary ________
killed in action Jan. 15, 1865 at Ft. Fisher, NC when a cannon shot crushed his hip (TC, AG, 1860, 1865)
Norway, Jediah Sgt Sep 5, 1864 39th NY Inf Co D Lisbon
June 18, 1843 Lisbon, NY Charles Norway; Esther Sheldon
mustered out June 13, 1865 at Philadelphia, PA. He died Apr. 21, 1886 in Los Angeles, CA and is buried in Lakeside Cemetery in Hastings, MN. He lived in Rockland MI in 1860 (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, cemetery, data)
Norway, William Henry Pvt Aug 5, 1862 7th MN Inf Co C Lisbon
Nov. 27, 1841 Lisbon, NY Charles Norway; Esther Sheldon
discharged Aug. 16, 1865. He died Dec. 1, 1916 in Hastings, MN and is buried in Lakeside Cemetery in Hastings. (TC, cemetery)
Nott, Cyrus L. Pvt Oct 2, 1861 1st NY L Art Batt H Macomb
1840 Jefferson Co. NY Justus Nott; Emily Cranmer
mustered out June 19, 1865 at Elmira, NY. He lived in Antwerp, NY in 1860 and had moved to Arkansas by 1880. He died Dec. 24, 1921 in Gentry, AR (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, 1880, data)
Nott, Justus Pvt Nov 11, 1861 92nd NY Inf Co I Macomb
Apr. 11, 1843 Jefferson Co. NY Justus Nott; Emily Cramer
died of disease May 4, 1862 at Newport News, VA and is buried in Hampton National Cemetery in Grave 4247 (TC, AG, 1860, cemetery, data)
Nott, Thomas H. Pvt Aug 27, 1862 106th NY Inf Co C Macomb
Oct. 9, 1842 England Luke Nott; Ann Battenby
killed in action June 1, 1864 at Cold Harbor, VA. There is a stone for him in Birch Run Cemetery, Birch Run, Saginaw Co. MI. (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, cemetery)
Nowlan, Thomas Sgt Oct 21, 1861 16th NY Inf Co H Brasher
1837 New York Charles Nowlan; Jane ________
died Dec. 29, 1861 at the Brigade Hospital in Alexandria, VA and buried there (TC, AG, 1865)
Nowlan, William Sgt Apr 30, 1861 16th NY Inf Co H Brasher
1836 New York Charles Nowlan; Jane ________
killed Sep. 14, 1861 at Crampton's Pass, MD. He is buried in Brasher Falls (TC, AG, 1865)
Nowland, Joseph Pvt Apr 18, 1861 16th NY Inf Co A Oswegatchie
1841 New York Peter Nowland; Rosanna Rogers
deserted Apr. 19, 1862 at Alexandria, VA. He then enlisted Aug. 9, 1864 into the 3rd WI Inf. Co. A as James Rogers and mustered out Jul. 18, 1865. He was awarded a pension in 1929 when he was living in the old folks home in Ogdensburg. The TC says he was dishonorably discharged (TC, AG, 1860, 1890, NMC, newspaper)
Nowland, Peter Pvt Apr 18, 1861 16th NY Inf Co A Oswegatchie
June 13, 1834 New York Peter Nowland; Rosanna Rogers
discharged for disability Jan. 8, 1862. He then re-enlisted into the 26th NY Cav. Co. A in Feb. 1865 and mustered out at Ogdensburg Jul. 1, 1865. He died Aug. 11, 1884 and is buried in St. Mary's Cemetery in Ogdensburg (TC, AG, 1860, 1865, NMC, cemetery)
Noyes, William H. Corp Aug 20, 1861 1st NY L Art Batt D Edwards
Jul. 1839 New York
mustered out June 16, 1865 at Elmira, NY. He died in Edwards in March, 1909 and is buried in Riverside Cemetery in Edwards (AG, 1860, 1890, 1900, cemetery, newspaper)
Nugent, Patrick Pvt Sep 14, 1862 164th NY Inf Co A Potsdam
1838
wounded in action May 18, 1864 at Spotsylvania. He is listed in the Potsdam TC record and his widow applied for a pension in Sept. 1890. He may be the man listed in 1860 Lisbon or in 1860 Oswegatchie. (TC, AG, data)
Nulty, Edward Corp Aug 13, 1862 106th NY Inf Co G Madrid
1840 Co. Meath, Ireland George Nulty; Rose ________
captured in July, 1863 while recovering from typhoid and was in Libby Prison three months. He was shot in the right leg in Oct. 1864 at the battle of Cedar Creek, VA. He mustered out June 22, 1865 near Washington, DC. He married Eliza Brady of Waddington in 1870. He lived in Norwood in 1890 and died there Aug. 30, 1909. He is buried in Calvary Cemetery in Norwood (AG, 1860, 1865, 1890, newspaper, data)
Nye, Milo D. Pvt May 1, 1863 44th NY Inf Co C Brasher
Aug. 12, 1848 Brasher, NY William Henry Nye; Amanda Rich
hired as a draft substitute. He was wounded in action Sep. 30, 1864 and transferred to 140th NY Inf Oct. 11, 1864. He died of wounds Oct. 26, 1864 at Washington, DC and is buried in Brasher Falls in Fairview Cemetery (TC, AG, 1865, cemetery)

© 2013 John Austin; used with permission

Key to sources:

1865
The 1865 New York State census More…

New York State had conducted a census roughly every 10 years since 1825. Many of these early State censuses have been lost to fire or other mis-hap. The only surviving St Lawrence Co. census records for 1865 cover the towns of Madrid through Pierrepont, alphabetically and are found in a bound volume in the County Clerk’s office in Canton They have also been microfilmed by the LDS Church. The other Towns in the county also conducted the census, but the originals have long since been lost. However, while the originals still were extant, the information concerning military service was extracted and copied in a large book in Albany, which does still exist and which has been microfilmed.

The census takers in 1865 asked members of each household about any person who had seen military service during the war. The information was collected at the end of each election district section in the census and was divided into three categories: those men still in the service as of June 1, 1865, those who had been discharged by that date, and those who had died as a result of their service, whether directly (wounds) or indirectly (as in the case of accidents or disease)

This 1865 list of men formed the backbone of the list of county soldiers because it contained information from all the Towns forming the county at that time, whereas no other source has coverage that complete. The weakness of the 1865 census is that it IS just a census of families living in St Lawrence Co. in the summer of 1865. It obviously misses any men whose families moved away since the beginning of the war. It also under-reports the deaths of many single men who had no family left in the county who could report their loss or their service. Elon McKee of Canton is a perfect example of a Canton resident, boarding with a family in 1860 and not reported as having died in the service in the 1865 census.

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The 1865 Town Clerks records More…

In 1865, the New York State Legislature ordered the Town Clerks of the state to compile records of the servicemen who had enlisted from their locales. Some of the clerks did a fine job searching out the men or their relatives, and others did not. As a result, the quality of information contained in these records varies tremendously from town to town. When completed correctly, these Town Clerk records are a gold mine of information, listing birthdate, place of birth, parents’ names etc. However, most of the clerks did not fill out the forms very completely so some were not much help in compiling this list. It was, afterall, an unfunded mandate from the state, and the clerks probably bristled at the requirement to spend so much time compiling state records. Having said all that, some of the Town Clerk records are far from complete and do not necessarily contain men from that particular Town, but simply men who had been counted towards the Town quota or had merely enlisted in a certain Town. A case in point is Brasher. The TC records list 40 or so men who signed up for the 14th Heavy Artillery, but most (if not all) were from other counties and states. Every effort was made to try to verify that the men listed in the TC records were from the Town, or at least St Lawrence Co. Many men listed in TC records do not appear on the final list of county soldiers because their true residence at the time of the war could not be verified.

A glance at the table above listing men who had died in service brings out an unavoidable fact: many men who died were not listed in the 1865 census, but were listed in other records particularly the Town Clerk records. This means that for the four towns whose Town Clerk records do not exit (Hermon, Madrid, Massena, and Russell) the total number of men who served is likely to be vastly under-reported in the following list. Russell, especially, had always claimed to be the per-capita leader of men contributed to the war, but that claim could not be proven without the help of the Town Clerk records

One of the more interesting entries in The Town Clerk records comes from Fowler on page 10. Beneath the remarks concerning Thomas Rodan of the 92nd NY Infantry, it mentions that his wife Jane Rodan served as the laundress for the regiment until June 10, 1863 and was never paid. It also mentions she was born in Nova Scotia May 11, 1831. So although we have minute details of a non-soldier in one record, we are missing perhaps hundreds of soldiers from other records

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The NYS Adjutant General’s reports More…

Beginning in the mid-1890's, the NYS Adjutant General's office began to sift through the muster and pay rolls of the Civil War units and published them in bound volumes over a period of about 10 years. Each volume lists the men in the unit along with basic information such as enlistment date, promotions, date of discharge etc. Not all men appear in their unit report, and some men have their names so garbled that they are difficult to identify. Still, these reports provide a good foundation for describing the basic facts of a man's service. Many men appear in the AG reports of more than one unit because of transfers and re-enlistments.

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1850, 1860, etc
Federal Censuses More…

Much of the biographical information about each man, including hints about possible burial places was gleaned from the decennial censuses taken by the Federal government. Many of these census pages are found online and are searchable. They were also the prime source of information as to whether or not a man was actually a St Lawrence Co. resident.

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NMC
From Bull Run to Chancellorsville by Newton Martin Curtis More…

General Newton Martin Curtis of Depeyster began to collect the rosters of his original regiment, the 16th NY Infantry, as part of his effort to write a history of that unit. Starting in the late 1880's, he attended GAR conventions and re-unions and put ads in local newspapers soliciting information about the whereabouts of all the men who served in the 16th NY Infantry. His final list appears as an addendum to his 1906 book "From Bull Run to Chancellorsville" and is an excellent source of biographical information for most of the men who served in that unit, including last known address and date of death for many

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Cemetery transcriptions, both local and from around the country More…

Nearly half of the Civil war combat dead were buried in graves marked “Unknown”. When considering this fact, the total number of men with known burial places from St Lawrence County is not too bad: approximately 57% of all the men listed here have their burial site mentioned. There are many more that will be found in the future as more and more cemetery records become available on the internet. Some of the soldiers may be buried in St Lawrence County but may be "hiding in plain sight" for three reasons. Many soldier graves do not mention the fact of their service on the headstone, many men are buried using only their initials instead of a full name, and men with common names who are buried in a location far from the town they enlisted from may have been overlooked.

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Civil War era newspapers published in St Lawrence County as well as later newspapers More…

There are thousands of searchable newspaper pages available on the internet, and many of these were used to find details of a soldiers life and death. The most difficult part of using this resource is the fact that there are so many pages to sift through that there is often not enough time to make a thorough search. Men with the most common names are also the ones who tend not to be found in newspaper articles because it was not possible to identify WHICH man the paper was referring to.

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1890
The 1890 Veterans Census More…

Those veterans or widows still living in 1890 were recorded in a seperate section of the 1890 census and stored in a different place than the normal population schedules. As a result, they were not completely lost as was almost all the rest of the 1890 census because of a fire and subsequent mis-handling. The 1890 census often provides details of wounds, captivity etc. that were not recorded anywhere else. However, like all sources used, it is not infallible. Case in point: Julia French in Norwood claimed to be the widow of Squire French of the 11th NY Cav., when in fact he had divorced her 16 years previously and was happily living with his second wife in Essex Co. NY

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If the word "data" appears after a soldier’s remarks section, it means that at least some of the information listed came from one of several types of documents, often ones found through an internet search. Examples of such resources include but are not limited to state censuses, town histories, regimental histories, published genealogies, pension records and published vital records. More…

Unfortunately, none of the sources used for this list was infallible. Men appear on one list and not another, or appear on several lists but with different information in each one. The spellings of surnames causes a certain amount of confusion, especially names of French origin. Also, as in the case of most 19th Century sources, handwriting was not always easy to read, and not all inks stood the test of time as far as microfilming is concerned. In many cases, the data for an individual soldier was drawn from several sources in an attempt to get most of it correct.

The case of Willard Crosier is a good example. The 1865 list of men who died in the service lists him as Willard Corsir of Pitcairn, unit unknown. The Pitcairn Town Clerk listed him as Willard Crozier of the 16th NY Infantry, and the 142nd NY Infantry. He does not appear in the AG report for the 16th NY, but is listed in the AG report for the 142nd. So his entry was put together with some information from each source.

It is interesting to note that some men died within a month of enlistment, others served 4 years or more without suffering any wound or disease. James Forbes of Lisbon served in the 39th NY Infantry without a scratch and was accidentally killed by a pistol round shot in celebration by his own brother when he was within rods of his home.

Note that the assignment of a town of residence is somewhat arbitrary. In general, men were listed wherever they lived in 1860 or in whichever town seemed to be their true residence. However, people moved around then just as they do now, and many men are listed in the Town Clerk's records of 2 or more towns. For instance, George Hogle lived in Louisville in 1860, Norfolk in 1865, Russell in 1870, Pierrepont in 1890, Canton in 1900 and is buried in Pierrepont.

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Names in bold died as a result of their service

This database was compiled by John Austin and is presented on this site with his kind permission.

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