A History of its Organization, Services in the Defenses of Washington, Marches, Camps, Battles, and Muster-Out, with Accounts of Life in a Rebel Prison, Personal Experiences, Names and Addresses of Surviving Members, Personal Sketches, and a Complete Roster of the Regiment.
Alfred Seelye Roe of Company A
Published by the Author, Worcester, Mass., 1899.
Chapter I. Second Wayne and Cayuga Regiment [the start of the regiment]
Chapter II. From Auburn to Washington [mustering the troops]
Chapter III. Through Washington [the troops arrive and accommodate to army life]
Chapter IV. Camp Life and Road-making
Chapter V. Camp Nellie Seward and Fort Kearney
Chapter VI. Camp Morris and the 9th Heavy Artillery
Chapter VII. Life in the Forts
Chapter VIII. Fort Foote
Chapter IX. Soldiering in the Defenses - ONE PAGE ON LINE.
Chapter X. A General Shaking-up [COMPLETE CHAPTER]
Chapter XI. Reaching the Front
Chapter XII. From the North Anna Through Cold Harbor
Chapter XIII. From Cold Harbor to Petersburg
Chapter XIV. To and Through Monocacy
Chapter XV. Retreat and Pursuit
Chapter XVI. The Valley and Winchester - ONE PAGE ON LINE.
Chapter XVII. The 3d Battalion from Petersburg to Harrisonburg
Chapter XVIII. The Valley and Cedar Creek
Chapter XIX. From Cedar Creek to Petersburg
Chapter XX. Petersburg, Through March, 1865
Chapter XXI. Breaking the Lines, and Sailor's Creek
Chapter XXII. The Danville Raid
Chapter XXIII. Richmond, Washington, and Home
Chapter XXIV. Those Who Were Left Behind
Chapter XXV. Miscellaneous [war stories, poems, humorous accounts]
Chapter XXVI. Prisoners of War - ONE PAGE ON LINE. This long chapter consists of first-hand accounts of various men who were prisoners, including a diary.
Chapter XXVII. Veteran Association [COMPLETE CHAPTER]
Chapter XXVIII. Personal Experiences of the Civil War - ONE PAGE ON LINE.
Chapter XXVIX. Personal Sketches [this does not include all men who served but men or families who gave Mr. Roe info]
Chapter XXX. Regimental Roster Regimental Officers - PARTIAL.
Company A [mainly men from the Red Creek area, Huron and Butler]
Company B [mainly western Wayne County, Ontario, Walworth, Williamson]
Company C [mainly Cato, Conquest, Victory, and other towns, as well as Seneca Co., Oswego Co., and Onondaga Co.]
Company D [almost exclusively a Lyons company, with some from Sodus, Huron, Rose and Galen]
Company E [mainly southern Cayuga Co., esp. Scipio, Venice and Moravia]
Company F [primarily Auburn and nearby towns, and a few from northern Tompkins Co.]
Company G [mainly men from Huron, Wolcott, Butler and Rose]
Company H [mainly men from Galen, Clyde and Rose, with some from Cayuga and Onondaga Cos.]
Company I [primarily a Cayuga Co. company, with men from Auburn, Owasco, and Sennett]
Company K [a composite regiment, mainly men from Galen, Clyde, and Ira]
Company L [men from all over, including Oswego, Onondaga County, Syracuse, Skaneateles, etc.]
Company M [men from throughout the state, including Albany, Syracuse, Bergen, Batavia, the Hudson Valley, etc.] -SEVERAL PAGES ON LINE. Last updated 11/16/04.
Unassigned Recruits [many men from Wayne, Cayuga, Onondaga, Tompkins, Seneca, Genesee, Brooklyn, and other counties]
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