TOWN OF Rutland

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Last column heading should read: PROMOTIONS, RESIGNATIONS, DISCHARGES, DEATHS, &C, WITH DATES, CAUSES, &C. If deceased, state whether by Disease, Accident, or on the Field of Battle; give Place of Burial. If not deceased and out of Service give present Post Office Address.

Name Present
Enlisted for
Place of
paid by
Bounty Paid by
County, if disbursed by
Relief granted to
Family by Town
Father Remarks
Residence Reg't. M.--
Time & place of birth Co. Rank Previous occupation
Brown, Alexander Sergeant E.-Aug 10,1861 3Y Watertown W. None None None M. Francis Promoted 1st Corp, Promoted Sergt. In all the battles of the Peninsular Campaign. Still living, discharged Nov. 7, 1862 on ???. Certificate of disability, injuries received in back, hip. Internally injured from recoil of cannon.
P.O. Address- Rutland, NY
Rutland ? M.- Sept 20, 1861               Betsey Huntly
July 23, 1825
Watertown, NY
Co. C Private Laborer
Second Enlistment
Brown, Alexander Corp. E.-Dec. 30, 1863 3Y Watertown W. $300 $75 None M. Francis Brown Promoted Sept. 18, 1864-Corp. Was in the attack on Peterboro-Lay in the Pitt 3 months-discharged by order of Sec. War-mustered out June 28, 1865. Still living.
P.O. Address-Rutland, NY
Rutland 10th NY H.A. M.-Jan. 3, 1864               Betsey Huntly
July 23, 1825
Watertown, NY
Co. K Private Laborer
Peterson, William Private E.- Nil 2Y Watertown W. None None None S. Christopher Was in eight battles-was discharged with the Reg.-Still living
PO Address-Nil
Rutland 35th Inf. M.-Nil               Sarah Wilson
Aug. 1840
Canada West
Cape? Hower?
Co.-Nil Private Laborer
Stata, Elias Private E.-Aug. 30, 1862 3Y Watertown W. $50 None None M. Henry Discharged on account of hemorrhage Feb 20, 1863. Still living
PO Address-Rutland
Rutland 10th A M.-Sept. ?, 1862               Christiana Haynes
Sept ?, 1835, Canada Co. C Private Blacksmith
Young, Richard Private E.-Nov. 4, 1861 3Y Watertown W. None None None M. Isaac Was promoted to orderly for the Col.-Was at Slaughter Mountain-Rappahann??c Station, was sent to hospital for 6 m- was discharged Jan 3, 1863 for the purpose of reenlisting. Still Living
P.O.-Rutland, NY
Rutland 94th Inf. M.-Jan. 4, 1863               Betsy Dillaugh
Nov. 10, 1838
Co.-A Rank-Nil Farmer
2nd Term
Young, Richard Private E.-Jan. 3, 1863 3Y Mitchell Station, VA W. None $300 None M. Isaac Promoted to 4th Searg.-then 1st Searg. Was at Gettysburg-Wilderness-Chancellorville, Mine(?) Run at the attack on Petersburg-Hatches Run-Weldon Railroad & many others. Still living
P.O. Rutland, NY
Residence 94th Inf. M.-Jan. 4, 1863               Betsy Dillaugh
Nov. 10, 1838
Co.-A Rank-Nil Farmer
Rosebeck, Chester Private E.-Aug. 1862 3Y Watertown W. None None None S. Nil Died in hospital. Was buried thereabout.
Rutland 10th A M.-Sept. 11, 1862               Nil
Nil Co.-A Nil Nil
St. Thomas, John Private E.-May 5, 1862 3Y Watertown W. None None None S. Sippion Was at the Battle of Fredericksburg-through the Pininsular Campaign-Was wounded in the back of the neck. Discharged by order of Sec. of War July 3, 1865. Still living
P.O.-Rutland, Jeff. Co., NY
Rutland, Jeff. Co, NY 20th A M.-June 1862               Mary Clouette
May 1835
Co.-L Private Laborer

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