Civil War Military Records
Collection, 1846-1917

SC21141

Quantity: 4 boxes (1.50 cubic ft.)
Access: Open to research
Acquisition: Collation of materials previously accessioned and cataloged separately and accretion of materials subsequently acquired by purchase or donation; the original accession number appears in parentheses following the description for those items that were transferred to this collection.
Administrative Note: A number of documents in this collection are missing. The inventory list reflects those documents – marked with an asterisk (*) – that were recovered in 2008 by the Office of the New York State Attorney General.
Processed By: Manuscripts and Special Collections, staff, interns, and volunteers, 1997; revised 2011.

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Scope and Content Note:

This collection consists chiefly of official records of army regiments and individual soldiers of New York State who participated in the Civil War from 1861 to 1865. Regimental records consist chiefly of muster rolls which provide alphabetical rosters of officers and enlisted men of companies; other regimental records include ordnance store reports, requisition forms, payroll receipts, and printed orders. Individual service records consist chiefly of volunteer enlistment certificates and discharge certificates issued to soldiers when they mustered in and mustered out. These records include a considerable amount of information about individual soldiers, such as their place of birth, age, height, skin complexion, and color of eyes and hair, as well as occupation at time of enlistment. Soldiers of many different regiments are represented in these records, but it appears that most served in the 2nd New York Mounted Rifles and 10th New York Cavalry regiments.

The collection also includes records related to applications submitted by veterans and/or their families after the war for additional bounty or pensions as provided by an act of Congress dated July 26, 1866. A number of these records are found in a bound volume that provides a brief summary of the proceedings. The names of the soldiers detailed in the book are listed in the inventory below.  Also, there is a series of applications that were handled by Winslow C. Watson, Jr., who served as attorney for a number of clients who resided primarily in Essex and Clinton counties of New York State.

The collection also includes some records of soldiers who served in the regular United States Army units and volunteer organizations from other states; a few miscellaneous records related to wars and conflicts other than the Civil War.

 

Box and Folder List:


Box Folder Description
1 1 Muster Roll. 7th New York Artillery, Company D. April 30-June 30, 1864. (acc. #15709)
1 2 Muster-in Roll. George C. Chapel. 2nd Lieutenant. 9th New York Artillery, Company C. October 27, 1864. (acc. #13323)
1 3 Muster Roll. 12th New York Cavalry. Company H. December 30, 1863-February 29, 1864. (acc. #17461)
1 4
  1. Muster-in Roll. Nelson H. Beebe. 2nd Lieutenant. 2nd New York Mounted Rifles. Company M. January 25, 1865.
  2. Muster-out Roll. Franklin Bentley. Private. 2nd New York Mounted Rifles. Company L. August 11, 1865.
1 5 Muster Roll. 16th New York Infantry. May 15, 1861. (acc. #19438)
1 6
  1. Muster Roll. 57th New York Infantry. Company I. October 31- December 31, 1862 – DOCUMENT VANDALIZED (acc. # BX8938)
  2. Muster-Out Roll. Enlisted Men. 57th New York Infantry. Company I. January 9, 1864. (acc. # BX8843)
1 7 Muster Roll. 86th New York Infantry. Company A. August 1-October 31, 1862. (acc. #17509)
1 8 Muster Roll. 99th New York Infantry. Drafting Detachment. October 31-December 31, 1863. (acc. #11249)
1 9 Muster Roll. 144th New York Infantry. Company B. February 28-April 30, 1865. (acc. #18875)
1 10
  1. Muster Roll. 150th New York Infantry. Company D. August 31-October 31, 1863. (acc. #6875)
  2. Muster Roll. 150th New York Infantry. Company D. December 31, 1863- February 29, 1864. (acc. #6875)
1 11
  1. Morning Report (consolidated). 3rd New York Artillery. Company B. Captain James Ashcroft. July 31, 1863. (acc. #15300)
  2. Morning Report (consolidated). 100th New York Infantry. Col. George B. Dandy. March 23, 1864. (acc. #15301)
1 12
  1. Morning Reports. New York State Volunteers Independent Battalion. Captain M. Schmidt. June 11, 1863. (acc. #15288)
  2. Morning Reports. New York State Volunteers Independent Battalion. Captain M. Schmidt. June 13, 1863.  (acc. #15289)
1 13
  1. Quarterly Return of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. 51st New York Infantry. Company I. February 11, 1864.
  2. Return. 81st New York Infantry. October 1862.
1 14
  1. List of Quartermaster stores. 1st New York Dragoons. Company G. May 30, 1865. (acc. #18629)
  2. Special Requisition. 1st New York Dragoons. Company G. November 1864. (acc. #18630)
1 15 Abstracts of Rations and Lodgings Issued to Recruits. 4th New York Cavalry. October 31, 1863. Chauncey Ingraham and Daniel Winter. (4 items) (acc. #16239)
1 16 Abstract of Rations and Lodgings issued to Recruits. 72nd New York Infantry. October 30, 1863. Anthony J. Loftus. (2 items) (acc. #16240)
1 17
  1. Provision Request. 7th New York Artillery. February 1865. William A. Lindsey.
  2. Voucher no. 433. 3rd New York Cavalry. May 5, 1863. Pay for Lt. Col. John Gregory.  (acc. #15269)
  3. Voucher no. 104-107. 16th New York Artillery. March 31, 1865. Pay for 1st Lt. N.S. Kenyon. (acc. #17389)
1 18
  1. Account of Clothing, Camp, and Garrison Equipage. 2nd New York Cavalry. Warrenton, (Va.). June 12, 1865.
  2. List of items lost near Edenburg, (Va.). January 22, 1865. 5th New York Cavalry.
1 19 Special Orders No. 1. 179th New York Infantry. Company E. Hancock Station (Va.) January 2, 1865. Examination of Company E property. (acc. #18087)
1 20 Pay receipts and Hospital Admission Certificates. 150th New York Infantry. Company D. 1863-1864. (28 items) (acc. #1698-1725)
1 21 United States Army 2nd Brigade Records, 1863. (14 items) (acc. #19534)
1 22 Muster Roll. 86th New York regiment of Infantry, Company A., October 31, 1862. (Photostatic copy) (acc. #17509)
1 23
  1. Muster-out roll of Jerome B. Rice, second lieutenant, 123rd Regiment Infantry, New York State Volunteers, June 27, 1865.
  2. Return of provisions received, issued, and remaining on hand at Wartrace, Tenn., during the month of January 1864, by Lieut. Edwin G. Fay, 107th Regiment, New York Vols, A.C.S.
  3. Invoice of subsistence stores, turned over by Capt. Sam. J. Little, C.S.U.S. Army to Lieut. E.G. Fay, A.C.S., this 22 day of March 1864, at Nashville, Tenn.
  4. Voucher for Ed. N. Kirk Talcott, lieutenant, 1st Engineers, New York State Volunteers, November 1, 1864 - January 31, 1865.
  5. Inspection return of Capt. J. Ralston Holmes, 58th Regiment of Infantry, commanded by Colonel Curtiss S. Kinney, taken the seventh day of September 1846 [sic].
1 24 Muster and descriptive roll of a detachment of U.S. volunteers forwarded by Brig. Gen. E.W. Heinks of 1st Regiment of United States Colored Cavalry, October 17, 1864. *Recovered
    Volunteer Enlistment Certificates, 1863-1864. 2nd New York Mounted Rifles and 10th New York Cavalry Regiments.
2 1 Edward Ackerson
2 1 Albert Augruni
2 1 John H. Babcock
2 1 Edward Barnes
2 1 Eugene Bartholomew
2 1 Nelson Barthrick
2 1 Baptist Bauman
2 1 Phillip Beachman
2 1 Joseph S. Bell
2 1 Eli L. Benjamin
2 1 Azeriah Bennett
2 1 Isaac Benson
2 1 Chancy Benton
2 1 Henry N. Benton
2 1 Benjamin Bernard
2 1 Charles Berry
2 1 Porter R. Bingham
2 1 Porter R. Bingham
2 1 Benjamin F. Birch
2 1 Henry Birdidge
2 1 Adam Bock
2 1 Barney Bohan
2 1 Fridolin Borar-MISSING
2 1 Albert D. Borden
2 1 Frederic R. Borden
2 1 William H. Borden
2 1 Thomas Borett
2 1 Valentine Borge
2 1 Charles Borrell
2 1 Thomas Bowers
2 1 Clark Boyd
2 1 Robert Boyle
2 1 Israel Brewer
2 1 William S. Bristole
2 1 Harrison Britton
2 1 Benjamin Bronson
2 1 Orlando Brooks
2 1 Orlando Brooks
2 1 William Brooks
2 1 Barnard W. Brown
2 1 Byron Brown
2 1 Edward Brown
2 1 Henry Brown
2 1 Jacob D. Brown
2 1 James H. Brown
2 1 John Brown
2 1 Reuben Brown
2 1 Thomas Brown
2 1 James Browne
2 2 H.R. Cady
2 2 Thomas N. Carruthers
2 2 George E. Chapman
2 2 George R. Clark
2 2 Ranson H. Cole
2 2 Robert W. Colman
2 2 Alexander Crawford
2 2 Charles Cuffs
2 2 Dennis Daily
2 2 Proctor Davis
2 2 William F. Deline
2 2 Truman A. Drake
2 2 Julian T. Duquett
2 2 Thomas Foley
2 2 Winfield Fuller
2 2 Christopher Groboise
2 2 George Hadley-MISSING
2 2 Sidney Hadley, Junior-MISSING
2 2 Lionel Harrington
2 2 George W. Harrison
2 2 Washington L. Hicks
2 2 Josiah Hindbaugh
2 2 Josiah Hindbaugh
2 2 Joseph Hodden-MISSING
2 2 John Hoffman-MISSING
2 2 William L. Hunt
2 2 Jessie Jenau
2 2 Young Joe
2 2 Jacob H. Johnson
2 2 John Johnson
2 2 Ira Kemp
2 2 Aufast Kempke
2 2 Frank H. Kennedy
2 2 Hiram Kibbe
2 2 John Kinendt
2 2 Orin Kinyon
2 2 John Kirney
2 2 George E. Koon
2 2 Frank Lillibridge
2 2 Thomas Mahany
2 2 Wallace Mandaville
2 2 William H. Martyn
2 2 John Maynard
2 2 Hugh McKeown
2 2 Fred Wm. A. Ransen-MISSING
2 2 John Raul
2 2 James W. Rinfain
    Discharge Certificates, 1863-1865.
2 3 Joseph Allen; 169th New York Infantry, Company K. (acc. #13322)
2 3 Henry K. Bambard; 96th New York Infantry, Company H. (acc. #13322)
2 3 Montgomery Barnes; 75th New York Infantry, Company B. (acc. #13322)
2 3 William Burt; 9th New York Artillery, Company D. (acc. #13322)
2 3 Henry Cody; 112th New York Infantry, Company B. (acc. #13322)
2 3 Rudolphus Cook; 125th New York Infantry, Company F. (acc. 18444) -MISSING
2 3 George Doty; 35th New York Infantry, Company E. (acc. #13674)
2 3 George Doty; 3rd New York Cavalry, Company F. [sic] (acc. #13674)
2 3 Harris Edgeston; 22nd New York Cavalry, Company G. (acc. #13322). *Recovered
2 3 Matthew Gill; 1st United States Army Infantry, Company B. (acc. #12134)
2 3 Richard H. Harvey; 30th New York Infantry, Company I. (acc. #13322)
2 3 Thomas Hornsby; 164th New York Infantry, Company B. (acc. #13322)
2 3 John S. Houck; 140th New York Infantry, Company K. *Recovered
2 3 Helmuth Lange, 1st New York Cavalry, Company L. (acc. #19286)
2 3 David Lillis; 38th New York Infantry, Company K. (acc. #18086)
2 3 Peter Neilson; 51st New York Infantry, Company B. (acc. #13322)
2 3 Frederick P. Rowe; 120th New York Infantry, Company A. (acc. #14203)
2 3 John Ryan; 69th New York Artillery, Company A, and 182nd New York Infantry, Company A.
2 3 Henry C. Stevens; 16th New York Artillery (acc. #13322)
2 3 Otis Temple; 18th New York Cavalry, Company D. (acc. #13322)
2 3 Lewis Vayne; 8th New York Artillery, Company J. (acc. #13322)
2 3 Peter A. Virger; 110th New York Infantry, Company J. (acc. #13322)
2 3 Matthew Wells; 12th New York Cavalry, Company H. (acc. #13322)
    N.Y. Bureau of Military Statistics Form H: Individual Record of Officers and Enlisted Men.
2 4 Joseph Hadden; 16th New York Artillery
2 4 George Hadley; 16th New York Artillery
2 4 Sidney Hadley; 16th New York Artillery
2 4 Andress B. Hall; 44th New York Infantry, Company E.
2 4 John Hoffman; 16th New York Artillery
2 4 William H. Palmer; 13th New York Artillery, Company F.
2 4 Sidney F. Rawson; 118th New York Infantry, Company E. (acc. #15975)
2 4 Edwin C. Rhodes; 153rd New York Infantry, Company H. (acc. #15977)
2 4 John L. Rhodes; 156th New York Infantry, Company A. (acc. #15978)
2 4 Charles M. Rich; 74th New York State National Guard Infantry, Company I. (acc. #16672)
2 4 Francis A. Russell; 1st New York Mounted Rifles, Company II. (acc. #16671)
2 4 Orville Scudder; 110th New York Infantry, Company E. (acc. #15841)
2 4 Walter Scudder; 110th New York Infantry, Company E. (acc. #15837)
2 4 Albert B. Shepard; 14th New York Artillery, Company J. (acc. #15838)
2 4 Ira Wm. Sherwood; 136th New York Infantry, Company J. (acc. #15839)
2 4 Henry Sullivan Smith; 117th New York Infantry, Company D. (acc. #15842)
2 4 John A Stevenson; 123rd New York Infantry, Company G. (acc. #15840)
    N.Y. Bureau of Military Statistics: Personal histories of prisoners of war, 1865-1866.
2 5 George H. Lawrence, 2nd Mounted Rifles (1 item)-MISSING
2 5 Unnamed soldiers, 10th New York Cavalry (2 items) (acc. #18957)
    Commissions
2 6 George H. Cook, Drum Major, 58th New York Regiment of Infantry, September 1, 1851(?)
George H. Cook, Chief Musician, 27th New York Regiment of Infantry, June 12, 1862.
2 6 Charles Cockerell, Sergeant, Company H, 3rd New York Cavalry Regiment, October 4, 1863. (acc. #12085)
2 6 Andress B. Hall, Captain, 20th United States Colored Troops, January 8, 1864. *Recovered
2 6 Martin H. Pennock, Corporal, Company G, 13th New York Artillery Regiment, September 1, 1865. (acc. #11628)
2 7 Commissions of Edmund K. Russell:
  1. 2nd Lieutenant, 67th New York Infantry, February 22, 1862.
  2. 1st Lieutenant, 67th New York Infantry, November 21, 1862.
  3. Captain, 67th New York Infantry, July 22, 1863.
  4. Major, 65th New York Infantry, June 17, 1865.
2 8 Service Records of Martin Sitts, 1st New York Artillery Regiment, Company K, 1863-1865 (6 items) (acc. #18381)
  1. Enrollment certificate, December 26, 1863
  2. Commission: Sergeant, September 8, 1863
  3. Commission: First sergeant, May 6, 1865
  4. Furlough certificate, February 12, 1865
  5. G.A.R. Membership Certificate, January 1, 1891
  6. Deed to cemetery plot, March 2, 1881
2 9 Miscellaneous Service Records, 1863-1865:
  1. Office Provost Marshal. 21st District, New York. Utica. October 24, 1864. Certificate of Enrollment issued to Albert Droppa of Paris, New York. (acc. #15060)
  2. Provost Marshal’s Office. 16th District, New York. Draft notice, March 21, 1865. To John Bates, Johnsburg, New York. (acc. #14433)
  3. Provost Marshal’s Office. 15th District, New York. Draft notice. September 3, 1863. To Henry L. Coon of Troy, New York. (acc. #12528)
  4. Board of Enrollment. Certificate of non-liability. Utica, New York. July 28, 1864. To Norman Merrill of Paris, New York. (acc. #15061)
  5. Statement of Volunteer (Bounty). March 18, 1864. William Jones. New York.
  6. Provost Marshal’s Office. New Orleans, (La.). February 26, 1863. Pass to Lt. Col. F. Chamberlain. (acc. #5109)
  7. Provost Marshal’s Office. Charleston, (W. Va.). January 5, 1865. Pass to Lt. Col. F. Chamberlain. (acc. #5107)
  8. Certification of Illness for Corporal Charles G. Ruse Lafayett Sprague and Eden C. Young. 143rd New York State Voluntary Infantry Regiment. January 2, 1862 (acc. #19292)
  9. Pledge of the undersigned to pay an extra bounty of one dollar to those who volunteer for the army before September 1, 1862. Dated Greenwich, [N.Y.?], August 20, 1862. (acc. #11691)
  10. Receipt for pay signed by John Eckert, private, 9th Regiment Infantry, Co. A, New York State Volunteers, February 20, 1862.
  11. Pass, April [?] 21, 1862, giving permission to Valentine Lewis of Troy to travel to Chicago and return.
  12. Certification signed by C.H. Young, Adj, 136 Reg. N.Y.V., that he mustered in Ezra H. Jaffres as a captain in the regiment on September 6, 1862, Document is dated Sept. 17, 1862.
  13. Certificate. Aaron Long, surgeon, 194th Regt., N.Y.M, Pembroke, Sep. 9, 1840 [sic], certifying that Walter P. Rolfe should be relieved of military duty as a result of injuries.
    Discharge Certificates, 1861-1865 (accretions to the collection acquired by purchase or donation since 1997)
2 10 Aaron G. Edwards, fife major [drum major?], 176th New York Regiment of Infantry, Company G., November 16, 1863. Attached: Certification of Edwards’s service, March 30, 1864.
2 10 Edward Casler, private, 2nd New York Cavalry Company C, June 5, 1865
2 10 Alexander Labar, artificer, 58th New York Engineers. Co. A, June 13, 1865.
2 10 Nathan S. Odell, private, 168th New York Infantry, Co. G[?], October 31, 1863. Attached: Certification of Odell’s service, April 2, 1864.
2 10 Edward Spellman, private, 38th New York Infantry, Co. B, June 22, 1863.
2 10 George W. Springstead, private, 56th New York Infantry, Co. D, October 17, 1865.
2 10 Charles A. Van Hagen, private, 54th New York Infantry, Co. K, April 14, 1866.
2 10 Georg von Zastro, private, 7th New York Infantry, Co. J., August 4, 1865.
2 10 Joseph Vogel, private, 21st New York Infantry, Co. G, August 6, 1863.
2 10 John Ward, corporal, 9th New York Cavalry, Co. B, July 17, 1865 [1866?]
2 10 Blank discharge certificate
    Enrollment Certificates, 1862-1863
2 11 David Bailey, 5th New York Cavalry Regiment, Company G, December 21, 1862. *Recovered
2 11 William Cathrell, 11th New York Artillery, April 10, 1863. *Recovered
2 11 Daniel Coyle, 11th New York Artillery, June 1, 1863. *Recovered
2 11 James Dainty, 4th New York Artillery, August 20, 1862.  *Recovered
2 11 John McHugh, 4th New York Heavy Artillery, Battery B, November 27, 1863. *Recovered
    Commissions, 1863-1865
2 12 Edmund C. Townsend, 2nd lieutenant, 152nd New York Infantry, April 14, 1864. *Recovered
2 12 Hiram McGonegal, 2nd lieutenant, 13th New York Artillery, September 12, 1863. *Recovered
2 12 Albert Sherman, 2nd lieutenant, 25th New York Cavalry, January 24, 1865. *Recovered
2 12 Harry Lee, 1st lieutenant, 162nd New York Infantry, August 10, 1863. *Recovered
2 12 F.A. Percival, 1st lieutenant, 13th New York Artillery, September 12, 1863, with letter of Percival to Col. William A. Howard, January 22, 1864. *Recovered
2 12 Thomas Murphy, 1st lieutenant, 163rd New York Infantry, January13, 1863. *Recovered
    Record Book of Applications for United States Military Pension for service during the Civil War, 1866-1869. 1 volume. Bound. (acc. #BD11185)
3 1 Darius Allen, 34th New York Infantry, Company C.
3 1 John Alloway, 30th Maryland Infantry, Company K.
3 1 Oliver Austen, 113th New York Infantry, Company A.
3 1 Benjamin Bace, 44th New York Infantry, Company J.
3 1 George Barnard, 80th New York Infantry, Company C.
3 1 Samuel Barreskell, 67th New York Infantry, Company C.
3 1 William H. Bartlett, 34th New York Infantry, Company A.
3 1 Martin Bird, 7th New York Heavy Artillery, Company K.
3 1 Peter Bird, 18th New York Infantry, Company H.
3 1 Charles Bloodgood, 125th New York Infantry, Company C.
3 1 John L. Bogardus, 20th New York Artillery, Company M.
3 1 Robert T. Bond, 3rd New York Infantry, Company C.
3 1 Nathan Boutell, 3rd New York Infantry, Company C.
3 1 Peter Breslin, 67th New York Infantry, Company E.
3 1 William M. Briggs, 54th Maryland Infantry, Company E.
3 1 Philip Brightmeyer, 43rd New York Infantry, Company A.
3 1 John Brown, 2nd Battalion Veteran Reserves, Company 63.
3 1 John Burke, 44th New York Infantry, Company J.
3 1 Lewis Burmaster, 3rd New York Infantry, Company G.
3 1 Peter Burns, 175th New York Infantry, Company B.
3 1 James E. Butler, 66th New York Infantry, Company B.
3 1 Matthew Cahill, 43rd New York Infantry, Company E.
3 1 Robert H. Cameron, 9th New York Infantry, Company A.
3 1 Edward Campbell, New York Infantry, Company C. [No regiment number]
3 1 William J. Canaday, 25th New York Infantry, Company B.
3 1 Felex Carcadden, 87th New York Infantry, Company J.
3 1 Alfred B. Carhart, 11th Veteran Reserves,  Company G.
3 1 Cornelius Carroll, 12th Illinois Infantry, Company K.
3 1 John Carroll, 18th New York Infantry, Company J.
3 1 Martin Carroll, 43rd New York Infantry, Company J.
3 1 David Carty, 10th New York Infantry, Company D.
3 1 Norman Cary, 7th New York Heavy Artillery, Company G.
3 1 Thomas Cary, 7th New York Heavy Artillery, Company G.
3 1 Nicholas Casper, 61st New York Infantry, Company J.
3 1 Samuel W. Chandler, 44th New York Infantry, Company J.
3 1 Peter F. Chevalier, 43rd New York Infantry, Company D.
3 1 William P. Clark, 91st New York Infantry, Company A.
3 1 John Claus, 43rd New York Infantry, Company B.
3 1 Dederick Cook, 43rd New York Infantry, Company D.
3 1 James H. Coon, 7th New York Heavy Artillery, Company E.
3 1 Edward M. Cooper, 134th New York Infantry, Company H.
3 1 Abraham Cornelius, 125th New York Infantry, Company G.
3 1 Francis Courtney, 177th New York Infantry, Company G.
3 1 Charles Craft, 57th New York Infantry, Company A.
3 1 Thomas Craft, 3rd New York Infantry, Company J.
3 1 John Cranfield, 63rd New York Infantry, Company F.
3 1 Dan H. Crawford, 7th New York Heavy Artillery, Company K.
3 1 Francis Cunningham, 113th New York Infantry, Company K.
3 1 Patrick H. Dailey, 14th Connecticut Infantry, Company G.
3 1 Michael Degnam, 34th New York Infantry, Company B.
3 1 James Delacy, 63rd New York Infantry, Company K.
3 1 William W. Delamater, 147th New York Infantry, Company B.
3 1 John Dignam, 31st New York Infantry, Company H.
3 1 William Dubos, 3rd New York Infantry, Company G.
3 1 William Duff, 91st New York Infantry, Company H.
3 1 John Dwyer, 59th New York Infantry, Company G.
3 1 John Eller, 44th New York Infantry, Company J.
3 1 Hiram Ellsworth, 14th Regiment United States Infantry, Company H.
3 1 Jacob Englaw, 7th New York Heavy Artillery, Company L.
3 1 Charles Field, 43rd New York Infantry, Company B.
3 1 Earnest Flacke, 7th New York Heavy Artillery, Company F.
3 1 Bernard Foley, 63rd New York Infantry, Company K.
3 1 George B. Fredendall, 11th New York Infantry, Company E.
3 1 Wesley Frien, 113th New York Infantry, Company E.
3 1 Michael Gatken, 74th New York Infantry, Company J.
3 1 Abraham B. Gifford, 43rd New York Infantry, Company J.
3 1 Soloman R. Gosha, 7th New York Heavy Artillery, Company K.
3 1 Isaiah Gott, 113th New York Infantry, Company C.
3 1 Albert A. Graves, 4th Vermont Infantry, Company H.
3 1 George B. Guyer, 42nd New York Infantry, Company A.
3 1 Leroy Haberman, 61st New York Infantry, Company H.
3 1 Hugh Haniwell, 7th New York Heavy Artillery, Company E.
3 1 James Hannah, 91st New York Infantry, Company K.
3 1 William Harding, 152nd New York Infantry, Company B.
3 1 James R. Harris, 177th New York Infantry, Company J.
3 1 Len J. Harvey, 2nd Massachusetts Heavy Artillery, Company G.
3 1 Jacob Heart, 66th New York Infantry, Company E.
3 1 Henry Heck, 5th New York Cavalry, Company J.
3 1 George Heltinger, 93rd New York Infantry, Company C.
3 1 Charles Hersburg, 125th New York Infantry, Company G.
3 1 Jacob Hertz, 121st New York Infantry, Company H.
3 1 Martin Higby, 125th New York Infantry, Company G.
3 1 James Hillson, 43rd New York Infantry, Company G.
3 1 John H. Hogan, 115th New York Infantry, Company A.
3 1 Augustus Honeysten, 125th New York Infantry, Company G.
3 1 Henry Horner, 70th New York Infantry, Company H.
3 1 John Huested, 44th New York Infantry, Company G.
3 1 Robert Huson, 18th New York Infantry, Company J.
3 1 Stephen D. Jarvis, 3rd Wisconsin Cavalry, Company J.
3 1 John S. Jenkinson, 91st New York Infantry, Company J.
3 1 James Jennings, 134th New York Infantry, Company C.
3 1 Seymour Jerome, 16th New York Cavalry, Company G.
3 1 Archibald Johnson, 123rd New York Infantry, Company H.
3 1 Robert Johnson, 1st New York Infantry, Company C.
3 1 Wesley W. Keeler, 95th Pennsylvania Infantry, Company C.
3 1 William Kehn, 7th New York Heavy Artillery, Company J.
3 1 Walter Kelbourn, 91st New York Infantry, Company K.
3 1 A.W. Kellogg, 11th Battalion New York Infantry [No company given].
3 1 John W. Kenny, 1st Regiment United States Sharpshooters, Company B.
3 1 John Kern, 125th New York Infantry, Company G.
3 1 Alexander Kilmer, 7th New York Heavy Artillery, Company A.
3 1 George W. Kirton, 2nd New York Artillery, Company E.
3 1 Lauren Knippel, 41st New York Infantry, Company D.
3 1 James Lahey, 43rd New York Infantry, Company A.
3 1 Joseph Lamorin, 112th New York Infantry, Company G.
3 1 William H. Latta, 61st New York Infantry, Company J.
3 1 Alfred Laupaugh, 7th New York Heavy Artillery, Company K.
3 1 Ezra Lawson, 89th New York Infantry, Company K.
3 1 James Leevey, 3rd New York Infantry, Company E.
3 1 Clinton Lemrop, 1st Regiment Sharpshooters, Company B.
3 1 Clinton Levinof, 1st Sharpshooters, Company B.
3 1 Daniel M. Long, 44th New York Infantry, Company G.
3 1 Garrett Long, 7th New York Heavy Artillery, Company A.
3 1 Gerrett Long, 113th New York Infantry, Company A.
3 1 Andrew Love, 44th New York Infantry, Company F.
3 1 Thomas McAndrew, 1st New York Infantry, Company C.
3 1 Hugh McCaffrey, 17th New York Infantry, Company G.
3 1 Patrick McCarthy, 1st New York Infantry, Company C.
3 1 John B. McClusky, 91st New York Infantry, Company K.
3 1 Edward McDermott, 7th New York Heavy Artillery, Company H.
3 1 Daniel McEwan, 44th New York Infantry, Company F.
3 1 Barney McGinn, 115th New York Infantry, Company J.
3 1 William McIlvaine, 17th New York Infantry, Company G.
3 1 John McLaughlin, 34th New York Infantry, Company K.
3 1 Terence McMannus, 43rd New York Infantry, Company B.
3 1 Frederick August Marowski, 21st Michigan Infantry, Company B.
3 1 Gottsheff Mazarki, 91st New York Infantry, Company C.
3 1 John G. Meierz, 43rd New York Infantry, Company C.
3 1 Hiram Perry, 14th Regiment United States Infantry, Company B.
3 1 Andrew Peterson, 1st New York Infantry, Company H.
3 1 Charles Peterson, 18th New York Infantry, Company B.
3 1 Daniel Quigley, 9th New York Infantry, Company A.
3 1 Morgan Quinlain, 28th Massachusetts Infantry, Company B.
3 1 Alonzo Raymond, 2nd New York Infantry, Company M.
3 1 Thomas Read, 91st New York Infantry, Company A.
3 1 John L. Reector, 77th New York Infantry, Company H.
3 1 Isaac Reeton, 43rd New York Infantry, Company G.
3 1 Charles Reith, 2nd New York Infantry, Company D.
3 1 John A. Rest, 9th New York Infantry, Company F.
3 1 Nelson Revenburg, 102nd New York Infantry, Company A.
3 1 James Riley, 3rd New York Infantry, Company G.
3 1 Alexander Robinson, 71st New York Infantry, Company B.
3 1 James Robson, 10th Massachusetts Infantry, Company K.
3 1 Jay Rockwell, 134th New York Infantry, Company H.
3 1 Joseph Roderer, 91st New York Infantry, Company F.
3 1 Michael Rodger, 43rd New York Infantry, Company D.
3 1 Patrick Rooney, 43rd New York Infantry, Company B.
3 1 John Ruger, 115th New York Infantry, Company A.
3 1 Cornelius Sagar, 177th New York Infantry, Company J.
3 1 Daniel Sagar, 61st New York Infantry, Company J.
3 1 Andrew Salsberg, 91st New York Infantry, Company J.
3 1 William Henry Schermerhorn, 91st New York Infantry, Company B.
3 1 Michael Schmidt, 41st New York Infantry, Company B.
3 1 Peter N. Scott, 121st New York Infantry, Company E.
3 1 Lyman G. Scriven, 76th New York Infantry, Company G.
3 1 James Scully, 63rd New York Infantry, Company K.
3 1 Joel Secor, 7th New York Heavy Artillery, Company K.
3 1 William Shearer, 18th New York Cavalry, Company C.
3 1 Benjamin Shelley, 49th New York Infantry, Company D.
3 1 Nathan C. Simmons, 169th New York Infantry, Company B.
3 1 Peter Simons, 97th New York Infantry, Company J.
3 1 Isaac Sitterly, 91st New York Infantry, Company K.
3 1 Jacob R. Skinkle, 43rd New York Infantry, Company H.
3 1 Charles Skinner, 125th New York Infantry, Company G.
3 1 Hugh Small, 57th New York Infantry, Company F.
3 1 John Smith, 7th New York Heavy Artillery, Company K.
3 1 John J. Smith, 96th New York Infantry, Company E.
3 1 Thomas H. Smith, 43rd New York Infantry, Company B.
3 1 Jacob I. Staats, 41st New York Infantry, Company K.
3 1 Cornelius G. Stark, 26th New York Infantry, Company K.
3 1 James E. Stephens, 7th New York Heavy Artillery, Company C.
3 1 Clarence H. Stevens, 5th New York Infantry, Company J.
3 1 Mark Stoneham, 43rd New York Infantry, Company H.
3 1 Philip Sweeny, 3rd New York Infantry, Company C.
3 1 Peter Taylor, 7th New York Heavy Artillery, Company K.
3 1 William Tedford, 43rd New York Infantry, Company H.
3 1 George W. Tetterly, 91st New York Infantry, Company J.
3 1 Henry Traver, 34th New York Infantry, Company K.
3 1 Samuel L. Van Duzen, 175th New York Infantry, Company B.
3 1 Henry Van Patten, 44th New York Infantry, Company G.
3 1 William H. Van Tromp, 44th New York Infantry, Company F.
3 1 Daniel Van Vleck, 125th New York Infantry [No company given].
3 1 John Vogle, 17th New York Infantry, Company G.
3 1 William Volk, 76th New York Infantry, Company G.
3 1 Charles C.H. Vose, 7th New York Heavy Artillery, Company F.
3 1 Charles Wales, 175th New York Infantry, Company D.
3 1 Richard N. Walker, 7th New York Heavy Artillery, Company B.
3 1 Eugene H. Werner, 77th New York Infantry, Company C.
3 1 Samuel J. White, 20th New York Infantry, Company D.
3 1 Hiram Wilday, 61st New York Infantry, Company J.
3 1 Albert E. Wright, 133rd New York Infantry, Company K.
3 1 Cornelius Young, 7th New York Heavy Artillery, Company A.
3 1 George Young, 22nd New York Infantry, Company K.
3 1 August Zimper, 1st New York Infantry, Company B.
    United States Military Service Pension Claim Files (originally accessioned as SC11339)
3 2 Eleazer B. Adgate, 5th Vermont Infantry, Company B.
3 2 Stephen Allen, 153rd New York Infantry, Company J.
3 2 Henry Ames, 2nd New York Veteran Cavalry, Company D.
3 2 Robert Ames, 153rd New York Infantry, Company J.
3 2 Eli Arnold, 118th New York Infantry, Company C.
3 2 Joseph H. Arnold, 60th Ohio Infantry, Company C.
3 2 Stutely B. Arnold, 118th New York Infantry, Company K.
3 2 John C. Ashton, 7th United States Infantry, Company W.
3 2 Joseph Ashton, 3rd New York Private Cavalry, Company K.
3 3 Benjamin F. Baker, 16th New York Heavy Artillery, Company K.
3 3 Casper W. Baker, 118th New York Infantry, Company K.
3 3 John D. Baker, 118th New York Infantry, Company K.
3 3 Edward Barber Jr., 11th New Jersey Infantry, Company H.
3 3 Lewis Basio, 2nd New York Veteran Cavalry, Company L.
3 3 Albert E. Beardsley, 13th Illinois Infantry, Company H.
3 3 Cyrus D. Beardsley, 153rd New York Infantry, Company J.
3 3 Erastus Beardsley, 1st Vermont Cavalry, Company A.
3 3 George Beardsley, 13th Illinois Infantry, Company H.
3 3 Henry C. Beardsley, 106th New York Infantry, Company A.
3 3 Hinckley Beadsley, 2nd Veteran Cavalry, Company J.
3 4 G.W. Bigalow, 77th New York Infantry, Company A.
3 4 Henry E. Bissell, 16th New York Infantry, Company C.
3 4 Asa Boardman, 2nd New York Veteran Cavalry, Company J.
3 4 Oliver Bowen, 2nd New York Veteran Cavalry, Company J.
3 4 Oliver Breah, 153rd New York Infantry, Company J.
3 4 Joseph Brean, 153rd New York Infantry, Company J.
3 4 Gregory Brocelle, 96th New York Infantry, Company K.
3 4 Jeremiah Buckley, 118th New York Infantry, Company G.
3 4 Abraham Busha, 153rd New York Infantry, Company J.
3 5 George Call, 6th New York Cavalry, Company D.
3 5 Ransler Call, 96th New York Infantry, Company B.
3 5 Henry Clark, 93rd New York Infantry, Company K.
3 5 James Conner, 6th Vermont Infantry, Company F.
3 5 Edward Cook, 153rd New York Infantry, Company J.
3 5 John Corcoran, 2nd New York Cavalry, Company D.
3 5 Calvin Cromie, 5th New York Infantry, Company B.
3 5 Patrick Doherty, 93rd New York Infantry, Company C.
3 5 Patrick Donnohue, 2nd New York Veteran Cavalry, Company J.
3 5 Joseph H. Dragoon, 2nd New York Veteran Cavalry, Company M.
3 5 Michael Drake, 2nd New York Veteran Cavalry, Company E.
3 5 James Evens, 30th Rhode Island Cavalry [No company given].
3 5 Enos Filio, 2nd New York Cavalry, Company A.
3 5 Jehiel Fletcher, 96th N New York Infantry, Company F.
3 5 Joseph Fortain, 153rd New York Infantry, Company J.
3 5 James H. Foy, 47th New York Infantry, Company B.
3 6 Abraham Gaines, 77th New York Infantry, Company J.
3 6 Felix Godchell, 153rd New York Infantry, Company J.
3 6 John Hardy, 2nd New York Veteran Cavalry, Company J.
3 6 Levi Havens, 9th New York Infantry, Company C.
3 6 P. Jootvan, 118th New York Infantry, Company K.
3 6 Joseph Kay, 22nd New York Infantry, Company G.
3 6 Oliver Keese [No information provided].
3 6 Francis Labreck, 2nd New York Veteran Cavalry, Company L.
3 6 Peter Lacey, 7th New York Artillery, Company A.
3 6 Joseph LaFountain, 153rd New York Infantry, Company J.
3 6 William Langwell, 7th New York Heavy Artillery, Company C.-MISSING
3 6 Francis Lavore, 153rd New York Infantry, Company J.
3 6 Joseph Leggett, 91st New York Infantry, Company C.
3 6 Henry H. Lewis, 11th Vermont Infantry, Company H.
3 6 Martin Lindsey, 118th New York Infantry, Company C.
3 7 Thomas McDonough, 14th United States Infantry, Company G.
3 7 William O’Brien, 118th New York Infantry, Company K.
3 7 Thomas O’Neil, 2nd New York Veteran Cavalry, Company J.
3 7 Charles Ormsby, 96th New York Infantry, Company K.
3 7 William Otis, 153rd New York Infantry, Company J.
3 7 Otis C. Parks, 96th New York Infantry, Company K.
3 7 Ezra Paro, 118th New York Infantry, Company K.
3 7 David Picott, 153rd New York Infantry, Company J.
3 7 James C. Pilling, 153rd New York Infantry, Company J.
3 7 William F. Ring, 1st Vermont Cavalry, Company C.
3 7 Joseph Ritchie, 2nd New York Veteran Cavalry, Company H.
3 7 Joseph Rivers Jr., 2nd New York Veteran Cavalry, Company F.
3 7 Solomon L. Rivers, 2nd New York Veteran Cavalry, Company H.
3 7 Alexander Rumonell, 65th New York Infantry, Company J.
3 7 John Ruger, 153rd New York Infantry, Company J.
3 8 Peter Sharlow, 2nd New York Veteran Cavalry, Company J.
3 8 Nelson A. Skinner, 11th New York Infantry, Company F.
3 8 Preston B. Smith, 2nd Battalion Veteran Reserve Corps, Company 29.
3 8 Lyman Sterling, 2nd Vermont Infantry, Company G.
3 8 Charles Teft, 121st New York Infantry, Company C.
3 8 Alfred Thomas, 96th New York Infantry, Company K.
3 8 Gorton T. Thomas, 22nd New York Infantry [No company given].
3 8 Tyler Tuttle, 9th Vermont Infantry, Company A.
3 8 George W. Wake, 118th New York Infantry, Company C.
3 8 Albert A. Wilson, 153rd New York Infantry, Company J.
3 8 Zeb Wood, 7th Vermont Infantry, Company D.
3 8 Charles W. Woodford, 35th New York Infantry, Company A.
4 1 Register Recording Enrollment of Persons Liable to Military Duty in Company H district, 21st N.Y.S.M., 1862 (Dutchess County, N.Y.: Towns of Beekman, Dover, East Fishkill, Fishkill, and Paulings) (acc. #11044)
4 2 Register Recording Enrollment of Persons Liable to Military Duty, 49th N.Y.S.M., 1864.  Town of Moravia, Cayuga County, N.Y. (acc. #15281)
4 3 Adjutant General, New York State Office of.  Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1861-1864. (acc. #2362-2394)
4 4 Service Records of Levi Aldo; 15th N.Y.S.V.
  1. Bounty claim application certificate N.Y. Adjutant General’s Office, Albany, February 1, 1867
  2. Invalid pension application certificate, U.S. Department of Interior, Pension Office, Washington, D.C., April 7, 1870
4 5 New York State Adjutant General. A complete list of the field officers of New York State regiments who fell during the War of the Rebellion, 1861-65, as compiled from the Adjutant General’s Report of 1868. October 3-4, 1895. D.S. 16p. (acc. #14251)
4 6 Substitute Volunteer Enlistment, Rubin Hazen for Josiah Chandler, Jr., Moira, New York, February 24, 1865. (4 copies.)
4 7 Muster-Out Roll. John Bivens, 2nd New York [?] Rifles. July 6, 1865.
4 7 Muster-Out Roll. Private Julian T. Duquett, 2nd Battalion Veteran Reserves Corps. July 21, 1865.
4 8 Documents of E.B. French regarding war bounties
  1. Envelope addressed to Cassedy, of Newburg, N.Y., from E.B. French, Treasury Department.
  2. Letter addressed to Cassedy from Assistant Adjutant General Reed, regarding Private Adam Horning, Washington, D.C., April 24, 1869.
  3. Letters to E.B. French, 2nd Auditor, regarding various war bounties, naming Titus Hunter, Newburgh, N.Y., August 24 and 27, 1868
  4. Letter from E.B. French, auditor, to Darwin W. Esmond, Newburgh, N.Y., rejecting a bounty application for Adam Horning.
  5. Parts of letters (2), addressed to Mr. Adam Horning, Company H, 20th Regiment of New York State Volunteers, Newport News, Virginia; May 23, 1864, n.d.
  6. Note stating that Mr. Adam Horning, Company H, 20th Regiment New York State Volunteers died on May 23, 1864, in Cleveland, Ohio.
  7. Note of Treasury Department, Second Auditor’s Office, E.B. French, to D.W. Esmond, of Newburg, N.Y., regarding the application of a soldier’s bounty for Titus Hunter, late private, Company I., 20th Regiment United States Colored
4 9 Charles W. Mosher:
  1. Warrant granted to 3rd Corporal Charles Mosher of 44th Volunteers Militia, Company E. Dated November 2, 1862, in Aquia Creek, Virginia.
  2. Furlough granted to Corporal Mosher for time in Greenfield, N.Y., between March 22 and April 1, 1863. Dated March 22, 1863.
  3. Discharge certificate for Charles W. Mosher, sergeant, 77th Regiment, Company E, New York State Volunteers, December 13, 1864.
  4. Document appointing Charles Mosher a first lieutenant, Company B, Second Regimental District of Saratoga County, New York State National Guard. 1866.
4 10 J.W.R. Mould:
  1. Officers Certificate of Disability regarding J.W.R. Mould, written by George W. Hawkings, 71st Regiment of New York State, Company I, establishing that Mould was a private in his company and was discharged for a gun shot injury. 1872. (One handwritten form letter, and one handwritten final letter)
  2. Pension notice stating the claim of J.W.R. Mould has been received and is pending examination. From Commissioner Baker to D. W. Esmond. June 8, 1872.
  3. Appointing of Wm. L. Ward to attorney for J.W.R. Mould. Newburgh, New York, April 20, 1872.
4 11 Certificate: George W. Wallace as a private in Company G, of the 45th Regiment of the National Guard of the State of New-York. September 30, 1862.
4 12 Letter regarding Charles Sutter, of the 39th New York State Regiment, Company D, who was a prisoner of war. October 1864.
4 13
  1. Muster Roll of the Hospital Department at Suffolk, Va. Dated: June 20, 1862 to October 31, 1862.
  2. Letter from the Remington Company, Ilion, N.Y., to D. John P. Gray, requesting advertising space in the Journal of Insanity. 1875.
  3. Photos taken of newspaper article regarding destruction of the State Lunatic Asylum at Utica, [N.Y.], on July 14 [1857?]. Article reprinted from Utica Telegraph, July 14.
    Records relative to claims for pensions, bounties, etc.
4 14 Two letters relative to the suspension of the pension claim of Mary F. Baldwin, New York City, widow of John H. Baldwin. Documents dated November 6, 1873, and December 4, 1873.
4 14 Two documents relative to an application for a pension for John Frick. Documents dated June 2, 1874, and January 12, 1878.
4 14 Letter (with cover) relative to bounty claim of Nathan Parker, deceased, private, 124th Regiment, Co. G, New York State Volunteers, January 27, 1869.
4 14 Document stating that John and Elizabeth Brown will receive $100 as parents of the deceased DeWitt H. Brown, private, 56th Regiment Infantry, Co. B, New York State Volunteers, December 22, 1869 [1864?]
4 14 Form addressed to J.W. Ayers, Montgomery, Orange County, New York, from the Department of the Interior, Pension Office, Washington, D.C., May 19, 1881, asking for endorsement of an enclosed document, which is not present.
4 14 Document (with cover) addressed to Susan McCullough, relative to $170.31 payable to her as the mother of the deceased Hamilton McCullough, private, 2nd Regiment Cavalry, Co. A., New York State Volunteers, March 25, 1865.
4 14 Letter from the Department of the Interior, Pension Office, Washington, D.C., July 31, 1886, relative to the claim of Louis Loonz in which he “alleged kidney disease; rheumatism; injury to knee; deafness, and loss of sight.”
4 14 Three documents relative to the pension due Johanna Winslow, widow of Peter Paul Winslow, Warwick, Orange County, New York. Documents dated June 18, 1906, and May 4, 1908.
4 14 Empty cover from Department of the Interior, Pension Office, Washington, D.C., addressed to D.W. Esmond. Endorsement: Caroline Fryer.
4 14 Form No. 5, Division of Referred Claims, Paymaster General’s Office, stamped Nov 1867, regarding the bounty paid to Elias G. McCord of 156th Regiment Infantry, Co. E, New York State Volunteers.
4 14 Pension notice for Peter M. Halwick, of Newburgh, N.Y., March 7, 1873.
4 14 Certificate of Widow’s Pension for Mina Reynolds, widow of Private Charles Reynolds. Dated November 16, 1878.
4 14 Pension claim of Mary A. Miller, widow of Oliver Miller, 124th Regiment Infantry, Co. G, New York State Volunteers, November 21, 1866.
4 15 Miscellaneous Records
4 15 Two documents relative to the whereabouts of Patrick Monaghan, 15th Regiment Cavalry, Co. M, New York State Volunteers, who may have been a prisoner of war. Documents dated November 2, 1865, and October 8, 1866.
4 15 Document stating that Sergeant John Smith, 18th Regiment Infantry, Co. K, New York State Volunteers, was killed July 18, 1863, in a charge on Fort Wagner, Morris Island. (Partial date – 1866 – due to the fact that someone clipped a signature.)
4 15 Hand-written roster and service record of the 41st Regiment, Co. E, New York State Volunteers. Includes battles in which the regiment participated, the names of those killed in action and the deaths of other members of the regiment who died while in service.
4 15 Three-page form letter from the War Department, Adjutant General’s Office, Washington, June 11, 1866, re: discharge of soldiers who were under 18 when they mustered in.
4 15 Headquarters of the Army, Adjutant General’s Office, Washington, May 30, 1866. General Orders, No. 33. Announcing the death of Brevet Lieutenant General Winfield Scott.
4 15 Circular letter sent to Mary Church, August 21, 1865, asking for a contribution “to erect a suitable monument to our soldiers who have died at Fortress Monroe.” According to the letter, Mrs. Church had a “relative, John F. Church, Co. K, 16th [Heavy Artillery, New York State Volunteers].”
4 15 Letter from Governor Reuben E. Fenton to Charles H. Waygant, transmitting to Waygant a brevet commission “in recognition of [his] faithful and distinguished services in the late war.” L.S., Albany, May 23, 1866.
4 15 Special Order No. 9, Head-Quarters 15th Brigade, N.Y.S.M., Malone, Sept. 15, 1859 [sic] regarding a “rendezvous, in Military Undress, at Dunton’s Hotel, near Brasher Falls Depot, on the line of the Northern N.Y.R.R.C., St. Lawrence Count, N.Y. on the 25th day of October next ... for two consecutive days, for Theoretic Instruction. By order of S.C.F. Thorndike, Brigadier General, Commanding 15th Brigade, N.Y.S.M.”
4 15 Two documents – a certificate of indebtedness from the New York State Paymaster General’s Office and a letter to the cashier of the Manhattan Company from the New York State Comptroller’s Office - related to the quota for soldiers levied on the Town of Minden, Montgomery County, New York.
4 15 Letter from the New York State Bureau of Military Statistics in response to a letter from Capt. Matthew Stewart for information on the 15th Regiment Cavalry, Co. M, and a Lt. Monaghan; suggests the inquirer contact 2nd Lieut. Wm. Carpenter, Vernon Centre, Oneida Co., N.Y.
4 15 Letter from the United States Sanitary Commission Army and Navy Claim Agency to the mother of John Henry, deceased, 18th Regiment Cavalry, New York State Volunteers, regarding pay and bounty due him, July 20, 1865.
    Miscellaneous
4 16 Return of Officers elected to fill vacancies in the 12th Brigade of Infantry of the Militia of the State of New-York, under the command of Brigadier-General [?]. Addressed to Hon. Sam Stevens, Adjt. Genl., Albany, New York. 1850.
4 16 Warrant of non-commissioned officer of Separate Troops or Batteries Elected April 13, 1885. Appointment of John R. Ballard, Corporal, 7th Separate Company, 5th Brigade, 3rd Division of the National Guard of New York State. Albany, N.Y.
4 16 Quartermaster’s Department, U.S. Army Bill of Lading for Public Property, from Bridesburg, Pa., to Watervliet Arsenal, Watervliet, N.Y. February 1901.
4 16 “Petition of John L. Beveridge and one hundred other generals of the volunteer army of the United States of the Civil War requesting the creation of a volunteer retired list for surviving generals of said volunteer army. Chicago, Ill., December 1905.”
4 16 Discharge certificate for Otto Ritter, private first class, Detachment of the O.M. Corps of the United States. December 31, 1913. Stamp on top states he was reenlisted on December 12, 1917.
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