HIstory of the Town of Rose, Part 2




THE BAPTIST CHURCH OF ROSE

was organized at Rose Valley, January 3, 1820, as the Baptist church of Wolcott, Rose then being a portion of that town. In 1826, after tire organization of the new town of Rose, it was changed to its present designation. The officers and members of the council convened for its formation cannot be ascertained from its incomplete records. Fourteen constituent members accepted the hand of fellow-ship and signed the covenant, viz.: Chauncey Bishop, Joel Bishop. Phebe Bishop, Hosea Gillett, Hannah Gillett, Peter Lamb, S. Lamb, Clara Burns, John Skidmore, S. Skidmore, S. Leland, R. Bishop, M. Bishop, and A. Tickner. The first pastor installed was Rev. William Brown, and the first deacons William Briggs and George Seelye. Services were conducted generally in the school-houses in the village and north, until the construction of the present house of worship, in 1835. It is a small wooden structure, located in the north part of the village, and built at a cost of about three thousand dollars. Prominent among the ministers who have occupied the pulpit at different times are elders Miner, De Golyer, Bucklew, Graham, Wilkins, St. John, Ferguson, Holaday, Dudley, Butler, and Maynard. The present pastor is Rev. T. F. Smith, installed June 1,1876, and the present deacons George Seelye, L. Wilson, J. Chadock, and B. Young. The church has been blessed with several powerful revivals, which have added materially to the prosperity and strength of the society, through which, and by letter since its organization, not far from seven hundred persons have become its members. It now has a membership of one hundred and thirty-five. Since its organization a Sabbath-school has been connected with it, which is now one of the most interesting and spirited in the county. The present indefatigable pastor secures the co-operation of his parishioners, which induces an unusual and commendable zeal in both teachers and pupils, which now number twelve of the former and about one hundred and thirty of the latter. J. S. Sheffield is superintendent, and William Kellogg assistant. Prominent among the supporters of the church have been George and Delos Seelye, Artemus Osgood, Jonathan Briggs, Brownell Wilbur, James Kendrick, Joel Sheffield, and Dudley Wade. The present edifice being old and small, the construction of a new one, more commodious and in keeping with the present growth and condition of the society, is in contemplation, and will no doubt soon be carried into execution.

THE NEVERSWEATS.

Many years ago there sprang into existence (though no one knows how) in the Jeffers settlement, a religious band or company who called themselves "The Neversweats." They pretended to believe in the Bible, and accepted it as a guide, but discarded all church organization. They worshiped in the Spink schoolhouse, and talked in unknown tongues. Quite a degree of interest and excitement was evoked in the neighborhood over their claims and pretensions, and not a little curiosity in the adjacent towns, and for a time they had full meetings and made a number of conversions. But without creed, ceremonies, or organization their life was evanescent, and they disappeared and dropped away as quietly as they had sprung into notice. For several years nothing has remained of them except the bare fact of once having an existence. Even the "mystic circle" of the deluded "money-diggers" had a greater tenacity of life.

THE FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF ROSE

was organized in 1825 at Rose Valley, with six members, viz.: Charles Thomas, Polly Thomas, Alfred Lee, William Watkins, Abigail Bunce, and Zenira Bishop. The church services were held in school-houses, and sometimes in private houses, until the erection of the first church edifice in 1833. It was a substantial stone structure, used for worship until it was destroyed by fire in 1858. A new site was then purchased a short distance east of Main street in Rose Valley, and another building erected, which was completed in 1860. It is built of wood, with a seating capacity of about four hundred, and at a cost of eight thousand dollars. During the interval between the burning of the old and the building of the new structure the services of the church and Sabbath-school were held in the school-house. The first officers of the society are not now known, but those at the time of the construction of the last building were as follows, viz.: Board of Trustees, Ovid Blinn, John M. Vandercook, James Armstrong, S. B. Huffman, William Osborn, William Haney, G. L. Munsell, and William H. Vandercook; Class-leaders, Joel N. Lee, S. B. Huffman, L. B. Roe, William Haney, Samuel Hunn, G. L. Munsell, and Philander Mitchell; District Steward, S. B. Hoffman Exhorters, John B. Roe, and William Haney; Recording Steward, Eron N. Thomas; and Local Deacon, George Bowles. The name of the first minister was Rev. Anson Fuller, who was succeeded respectively by Revs. Mattison Baker, Charles Northrop, William Johnson, William McKoon, Benjamin Rider, Lewis Bell, Burroughs Holmes, Joseph Cross, Joseph Byron, John Thomas, Joseph Kilpatrick, Moses Lyon, Rowland Soule, L. M. Park, John W. Coope, William Peck, Josiah Arnold, Justin Alden, Hiram Nichols, William Jones in 1853, Cyrus Phillips, 1854, H. Kinsley, 1855-56, 0. C. Lathrop, 1857-58, when the first church building was burned, and George H. Salisbury, 1859-60, to the completion of the second. The first pastor of the new church was Rev. L. B. Wells, 1861, succeeded by Revs. H. Skeel, 1862-63, Charles Baldwin, 1864-65, S. B. Crosier, 1866, R. Houghton, 1867-68, P. H. Wiles, 1869-71, William H. Curtis and Philip Martin, 1872, C. L. Edson, 1873, John H. Day, 1874-75, and Rev. D. D. Davis, the present incumbent, 1876. The present officers of the church are as follows, viz.: Board of Trustees, William Osborn, Oliver Bush, H. Perkins, Peter Harman, James Armstrong, and C. S. Wright; Stewards, Ovid Blinn, William H. Vandercook, Stephen B. Kellogg, Oscar Weed, William Osborn, P. Mitchell, William Desmond, J. B. Roe, and John Crisler; Class-leaders, Joel N. Lee, William J. Harman, Milo Lyman, Ebenezer Toles, John B. Roe, and Charles Relya; and Church Clerk, Oscar Weed. The present membership of the church is one hundred and forty-five. A Sabbath-school has been connected with the church nearly from its Organization, which now includes one hundred and twenty pupils, with Oliver Burk superintendent, Mrs. C. Baldwin assistant superintendent, Stephen Soule secretary, Miss Lillie Gage organist, and about eighteen teachers. The Bible-class is under the supervision of the pastor, Rev. D. D. Davis. A small but carefully selected library has been purchased for the use of the school, which, with Sabbath-school papers, supply all necessary reading. The library contains one hundred volumes, in charge of John Smart, librarian. Both the church and school are very prosperous.

THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF ROSE

was organized in the school-house in Rose Valley February 17, 1825, by Rev. Francis Pomeroy, of Lyons, and Rev. Benjamin Stanton, of the Presbyterian church of Geneva, with eight constituent members, viz.: John Wade, Eunice Wade, Aaron Shepard, Polly Shepard, Simeon Van Auken, Lydia Van Auken, Rufus Wells, and Moses Hickok. The first pastor installed was Rev. Jabez Spicer, and the first officers appointed were: Elders, John Wade and Moses Hickok; and Deacon, Aaron Shepard. The services of the church continued to be held at the place of organization until the completion of the first house of worship, which was commenced in 1832 and dedicated in 1833. After about thirty years' occupancy by the society, this building was sold to the town for the village school-house about the year 1862, which it still remains, and measures taken for the construction of a more commodious building, in keeping with the growth and increase of the society. A new site was purchased on the west side of Main street near the north hotel, and in 1864-65 the present structure was erected. It is forty by sixty feet in size, built of red brick, at a cost of nearly eight thousand dollars, and was consecrated to divine worship the latter year. Services were held each Sabbath in the old structure after its sale, until the opening of the new building. The minister in charge at present is Rev. J. A. Phelps, and the present officers are: Elders, Harvey Closs, Elizur Flint, and James Osburn; and Deacons, L. N. Snow and William Garlick. The present membership is seventy. The Sabbath-school sprang into existence about the same time as the church, and has continued prosperously ever since. It now comprises about one hundred teachers and pupils., of which L. N. Snow is superintendent, Louis Town secretary, and Frank Closs historian. The history of the church during the fifty years of its life has been one of quiet but continual growth, and it is now in a fair state of temporal and spiritual prosperity.

THE FREE METHODIST CHURCH OF ROSE

was organized about the year 1860, in the school-house at Rose Valley, by the union of a few persons who, on account of a conflict of religious views, had withdrawn from the Methodist Episcopal church of that place. The erection of a house of worship was soon after commenced, which they now occupy. It is a small but comfortable building, made of wood, about thirty by fifty feet in size, and located a little east of Main street, at the north hotel, in the village. The first pastor of the church was Rev. W. Cooley. He was succeeded by Rev. J. Olney, who in turn was superseded respectively by Revs. D. Demphrey, M. N. Downing, J. B. Freeland, W. Southworth, J. Whiffin, and the present incumbent, Rev. O. M. Owen. The first officers and original members are not ascertained. F. J. Collins, Philo Miner, Mr. Thomas, and William Finch constitute the present board of trustees of the society, and the present church officers are - Stewards, William Finch and Philo Miner; and Class-leader, F. J. Collins. The society now numbers thirty-one members, and is in a healthy and prosperous condition. A Sabbath-school, comprising the children of the families of this society, is supported in connection with the other services of the church.

SOLDIERS' RECORD FOR ROSE.

Alexander, Charles H., Pennsylvania Cavalry. Enlisted August, 1862; discharged 1865.

Austin, Charles H. 3rd Artillery. Enlisted September 1864; died November 2,1864.

Austin, Edmund, 111th Infantry. Enlisted August 1862; killed at Wilderness May, 1864.

Andrews, Rowland, 27th Infantry. Enlisted May 1861; killed July, 1862.

Augh, George W., 90th Infantry. Enlisted September 1861; died September 25, 1662.

Angle, Lathrop, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted December 1863; discharged 1865.

Brewster, D., 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted August 1862; discharged 1865.

Blood, Newton S., 3d Artillery. Enlisted September 1864; discharged 1865.

Barless, Romain C., 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted August,1862; discharged 1865.

Briggs, B., 3d Artillery. Enlisted September, 1864; discharged 1865.

Bishop, Chauncey E., 3d Artillery. Enlisted September 1864; discharged 1865.

Benjamin, James E., 111th Infantry. Enlisted July 1862; discharged 1865.

Barnes, Abram T., 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted December 1863; discharged 1865.

Boylun, Martin H., 10th Cavalry. Enlisted July, 1862; promoted major; discharged 1865.

Brunny, James, 3d Artillery. Enlisted August, 1864; discharged 1865.

Brunny, John, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted August, 1862; discharged 1864.

Birdsell, William A., 111th Infantry. Enlisted April 1864; discharged 1865.

Bovee, William H.. 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted September 1862; discharged 1865.

Bovee, Heman, 105th Infantry. Enlisted December 1861; re-enlisted; discharged 1865.

Bovee, Ed. H., 111th Infantry. Enlisted August, 1862; discharged 1865.

Bovee, George E., 98th Infantry. Enlisted November, 1861; re.enlisted; discharged 1865.

Bowles, J. J., 67th Infantry. Enlisted June, 1861; re-enlisted; discharged 1865.

Bowles, James. 9th Heavy Art. Enlisted August, 1862 ; promoted lieutenant; discharged 1865.

Burns, James W., 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted August, 1862; discharged 1865.

Burns, George E., 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted December 1863 ; discharged 1865.

Bennett, George, l11th Infantry. Enlisted July, 1862; discharged 1864.

Blackman, Wallace. Enlisted September, 1861.

Bradburn, Peter W., 9th heavy Artillery. Enlisted September, 1864; died February 6, 1865.

Brewster, Isaac 0., 160th Infantry. Enlisted August, 1862; killed at Winchester Sept., 1864.

Bowles, Frederick J., 111th Infantry. Enlisted February, 1864; died June 17, 1864.

Collins, Leonard, 9th heavy Artillery. Enlisted October, 1864; discharged 1865.

Crandall, John. Enlisted April, 1865; discharged.

Chatterson, William C., 27th Infantry. Enlisted May 1861; discharged 1865.

Correll, Nicholas, 12th Ill. Enlisted August 1861; re enlisted, discharged 1865.

Chaddock, J., 67th Inf. Enlisted June, 1861; discharged 1865

Coventry, William, 21st Cavalry. Enlisted July, 1883 detached service, 23 months.

Dudley, Lucius H. 9th Heavy Art. Enlisted Sept. 1862; promoted corporal; discharged 1865.

Durham, Andrew H., 9th Heavy Art. Enlisted Aug, 1862; promoted corp.; discharged 1865.

Deady, William N., 67th Infantry. Enlisted May 1861 discharged.

Dickson, Ensign, 26th Battery. Enlisted September 1862; discharged 1865.

Dorimos, Abram, 111th Infantry. Enlisted August 1864

Dunn, Hiram, 98th Infantry. Enlisted August, 1861; discharged for disability 1863.

Dickinson, Jay R., 3d Artillery. Enlisted September 1864; discharged 1865.

Desmond, William H., 111th Inf. Enlisted July, 1862; promoted corporal; discharged 1865.

Dunbar, Levi, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted August 1862; discharged 1865.

Drown, Napoleon D., 10th Cav. Enlisted October 1861; re-enlisted.

Delamater, Stephen J., 25th Infantry. Enlisted September 1862; discharged.

Dixon, Abel, Jr., 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted August 1863; died April 29, 1864.

Ellinswood, George E., 3d Artillery. Enlisted September 1864; discharged 1865.

Feeck, William J., 111th Infantry. Enlisted August 1864; discharged 1865.

Fink, Chistian

Fosmine, William H., 67th Infantry. Enlisted June 1861; discharged June, 1864

Fox, Philip, 98th Infantry. Enlisted February, 1862; discharged for disability 1864.

Finch, Benjamin, 111th Infantry. Enlisted July, 1862; discharged for disability 1864.

Fuller, David 111th Infantry. Enlisted July, 1862; killed at Wilderness May, 1864.

Garieti Richard, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted August 1862; discharged for disability 1863.

Gillett, A, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted September 1864; discharged 1865.

Gillett, Charles, 90th Infantry. Enlisted 1861; re-enlisted discharged 1865.

Howes, Orin, 44th Infantry. Eslisted August, 1881; discharged 1862.

Harmon, Daniel P., 9th Heavy Art. En'd Aug., 1862; second lieut.; prom. to capt.; disch. 1864.

Hilts, Peter, 9th Heavy Artilery. Enlisted August, 1862; discharged July, 1861.

Holbrook, J.H., 111th Infantry. Enlisted Much 1844; discharged 1865.

Hand, Nathan 111th Infantry. Enlisted August 1862; re-enlisted; discharged 1865.

Hickhok, William F. Musician, 9th Heavy Artillery; Enlisted September, 1862; discharged 1865.

Hurter, Burkhart, 90th Infantry. Enlisted September 1861; promoted; discharged 1865.

Home, William, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted August 1862; promoted; discharged 1865.

Horne, Charles V., 158th Infantry. Enlisted October 1864; discharged 1865.

Howard Henry P, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted August 1862; discharged 1865.

Harst, Charles R., 3d Artillery. Enlisted April 1861; re-enlisted 1865.

Hudson, Enos, 9th Heavy Artillery. En1isted August 1862; discharged 1865.

Hurd, William H., 111th Infantry. Enlisted August 1864; discharged.

Hurd, Norman R., 111th Infantry. Enlisted August 1862; discharged 1865.

Hurd, George L., 3d Artillery. Enlisted August, 1864; discharged 1865.

Howard, John, 111th Inf. En'd Sept, 1863; died March 4, 1864; on road to Libby prison.

Johnson, David, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted August 1862; discharged 1865.

Kimpland, Rufus H., 98th Infantry. Enlisted September 1861; re-enlisted; discharged 1865.

Knox, Charles E., 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted August 1862; discharged 1865.

Lape, Samuel W., 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted August 1862; pro lieut; dis 1864.

Lee, Charles A., 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted September 1862; detached service.

Lampson, Thomas, 2d Leut; 111th lnf. Enlisted Aug, 1862; dis Dec 1862 from disability.

Lambert, Thomas, Jr., 98th Infantry. Enlisted Nov , 1862; re-enlisted, discharged 1865.

Lethbridge, Jeremy, 90th Infantry Enlisted October 1861; re-enlisted; discharged 1865.

Lerock, James, 10th Cavalry. Enlisted October 1861; re-enlisted; discharged 1865.

Lerock, Charles, 18th Cavalry. Enlisted October 1861; re-enlisted; discharged 1865.

Lerock, Leonard 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted February, 1861; discharged 1865.

Legg, Austin A., 111th Infantry. Enlisted August 1862; died October 7, 1862.

Lake, Wellington, 111th Infantry. Enlisted August 1862; killed at Wilderness.

Milon, George, 98th Infantry. Enlisted 1861; Promoted; discharged 1865.

Milon, Christopher, 75th Infantry. Enlisted 1861; re-enlisted, dischargrd 1865.

Marsh, Uriah 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted September, 1662; discharged1865.

Marsh, Henry, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted September 1862; discharged 1865.

Mariquot, Daniel, 111th Infantry. Enlisted September 1869; discharged 1865.

Morey, Horace M , 9th Heavy Artillery. Artillery. Enlisted December 1863; discharged 1865.

McWharf, James, 3d Artillery. Enlisted September 1864; discharged 1865.

McWharf, Theo., 111th Infantry. Enlisted August, 1862; discharged 1864.

Miner, Philo, 111th Infantry. Enlisted January 1864; discharged 1865.

Miller, Cornelius, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted Dicember, 1861; discharged 1865.

Murphy, Cornelius W., 27th Infantry. Enlisted May 1861; discharged May 1863.

McCoy, William,111th Infantry .Enlisted July 1862; died August 29 1883.

McGinnis, Daniel, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted August, 1862; died July 31,1863.

Morey, Geon, 27th Infantry. died April 1862

Morey, Edmund W., 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted September 1863; died June 3, 1864.

Miller, Pease, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted 1864; died

Oaks, Charles G., Jr., 5th Wisconsin. Enlisted September 1864; discharged 1865.

Purchase, Lewis, 3d Artillery. Enlisted September 1864; discharged 1865.

Pitcher, George A., 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted August 1864; discharged 1865.

Patterson, George, 10th Cavalry. Enlisted October, 1861; promoted; re-enlisted; dis. 1865.

Paine, Peter, 111th Infantry. Enlisted August, 1864; discharged 1865.

Perkins, Harvey, 61st Infantry. Enlisted August 1864; discharged 1865.

Phillips, George, 10th Cavalry. Enlisted October 1861; promoted Corporal, dis. Oct., 1864.

Procius, Franklin M., 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted September,1864; died Dec. 9, 1864.

Phillips, James H., 2d Michigan. Enlisted May, 1861; died June 5, 1862.

Perkins, Charles, 90th Infantry. Enlisted September 1861; died June 13, 1862 at Key West.

Perkins, John L., 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted Aug.,1862; died in prison Aug.18, 1864.

Perkins, Charles, 111th Infantry. Enlisted January 1864; died July, 13, 1864.

Phillips, Stephen, 10th Cavalry. Enlisted September 1861; died December 14 1864.

Richardson. John, 3d Artillery. Enlisted February, 1864; discharged 1865.

Ready, Samuel.

Ready, Alexander, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted August 1862; discharged.

Ridgeway, Sylvanus, 111th Infantry. Enlisted August 1862; discharged 1865.

Reed, John, 95th Infantry. Enlisted September 1861; killed at Bull Run.

Rinehart, Andrew, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted Aug, 1862; killed at Winchester, Sept., 1864.

Soule, Ira, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted September, 1862; discharged 1865.

Soule, Ira T., drummer, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted September,1862; discharged 1865.

Sherman, Robert, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted September, 1863; discharged 1865.

Snyder, Harvey H., 10th Cavalry. Enlisted October 1861; re-enlisted; promoted; dis. 1865.

Smith, Leonard A., 75th Infantry. Enlisted October 1861; re enlisted; discharged 1865.

Smith, Snyder L., 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted Aug ,1862; pro. orderly srgt ; dis. 1865.

Seelye, Alfred, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted September 1864; discharged 1865.

Seelye, James J., 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted August, 1862; discharged 1865.

Stewart, William H., 3d Artillery. Enlisted September, 1864; discharged 1865.

Shannon, Theo., 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted January, 1864; discharged 1865.

Shannon, Samuel, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted August, 1862; discharged 1865.

Shaw, John P., 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted August 1862; promoted, discharged 1864.

Southerland, David W., 111th Infantry. Enlisted August, 1862; discharged 1865.

Segar, Benjamin, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted August 1862; discharged 1865.

Segar, Asher W., 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted August, 1862; discharged 1865.

Streeter, Josiah, 111th Infantry. Enlisted August, 1862; discharged 1865.

Sherman, Charles, 27th Infantry. Enlisted May 1861; pro., 2d lieut; discharged May, 1863.

Sherman, John E., 111th Infantry. Enlisted August 1862; killed at Wilderness.

Sherman, Ezra A., 111th Infantry. Enlisted August 1862; died in prison, March, 1864.

Tripp, Morton, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted February 1864; discharged 1864.

Tindall, Philip, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted September 1862; pro 2d lieut; dis.1865.

Thomas, F. C., 3d Artillery. Enlisted September, 1864; discharged 1865.

Toles, E. W., 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted September 1864; discharged 1865.

Tripp, Ed. M., 111th Cavalry. Enlisted 1861; re-enlisted; discharged 1865.

Thompson, Samuel, 8th Cavalry. Enlisted September, 1861; pro., corporal; discharged 1865.

Urick, Charles, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted August 1862; discharged 1865.

Vandenburg, Adam, 2d lieut, 10th Cavalry. Enlisted Oct., 1861; pro., major; dis.1865.

Vandenburgh, John W., 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted December, 1863; discharged 1864.

Van Antwerp, John, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted August, 1862; died April 17 1865.

Van Valkenburgh, Abraham, 160th Infantry. Enlisted August, 1862; died August 22, 1863.

Westcott, Daniel C., 111th Infantry. Enlisted July, 1862; discharged 1865

Wait, Stephen N., 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted September, 1864; discharged 1865.

Walmeley, Albert, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted January, 1864; discharged 1865.

Walmsley, Henry, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted January, 1864; discharged 1865.

Weeks, Dewitt M., 2d Mounted Rifles. Enlisted December, 1863; discharged 1865.

Wager, Stephen, 90th Infantry. Enlisted October, 1861; re-enlisted; discharged 1865.

Woodruff, Isaac, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted August 1862; discharged 1865.

West, Alonzo, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted July, 1862; discharged 1865.

Wooley, Charles M., 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted September 1864; discharged 1865.

Worden, John V., 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted January, 1864; discharged 1865.

Winchel, Calvin, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted August 1862; discharged December, 1864.

Wager, William, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted August 1862; discharged 1865.

Woodard, Seymour, 2d lieutenant, 9th heavy Artillery Enlisted Aug., 1862; discharged 1864.

Weaver, Spencer, 27th Infantry. Enlisted May, 1861; re-enlisted; discharged 1865.

Way, David, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted August, 1862; died June 18, 1864.

Youngs, Edward, 9th Heavy Artillery. Enlisted August 1862; promoted; discharged 1865.




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Volunteer typist: Margaret Sherman Lutzvick

Source of the above article: History of Wayne County, NY, 1789-1877, by Everts, Ensign, & Everts. 1877. Pages 155-159. Press of J. B. Lippencott & Co. Philadelphia, PA. Reproduced 1975. Professor W. H. McIntosh. Dendron Press. Yankee Peddler Bookshop. Pultneyville, NY.




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