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Rev. Calvin Fairbank and Thomas Woodland
.......................Major James Cooley
Civil Drummer Reenactor
David P Richardson
Simpson D. Travis
UNTIL THE DAY DAWN CEMETERY
ANGELICA, NEW YORK
CIVIL WAR WOMEN 'S RELIEF CORP ABBEY, LYDIA
BENJAMIN, SARAH E.
BLANCHARD, MARY 0.
BURDICK, REBECCA A.
DOLITTLE, MARILDA A.
GRAHAM, MRS. GEORGE
HULL, NELLIE R.
PHIPPEN, BLANCHE D.
BATTLE OF ANTIETAM-TAKING OF
THE BRIDGE ON ANTIETAM CREEK
ABBEY, DAVID B.
AMES, BENJAMIN A.
ARNOLD, JAMES D.
BURDICK, EVERT D.
CHARLES, JOHN H.
CHARLES, RICHARD, M.D
CRAWFORD, EDWARD CAPT,
DAVIS, CHARLES 0.
DAVIS, DORAN L.
DAVIS, U. L. COL.
DORMAN, S. T.
LOTT, G. H.
LYON, WILLARD C.
MAPES, JAMES A.
MAPES, SEYMOUR B.
McGIBENY, ALONZO, D.
MILLER, GRANVILLE D.
PHIPPEN, ARAUNAH W.
PHIPPEN, DANIEL W.
RILEY, GEORGE W.
ROGERS, CAPT. Lucius
DUDLEY, HORACE E.
EVANS, JESSE W. lot# 158 (SEE BELOW)
GREEN, JOHN L.
GREEN, J. R.
GURIDIN, J. FRANKLIN (may be FRANKLIN, GURIDIN J.)
HAYNES, JACKSON C.
HOOKER, JUDSON S.
JENNINGS, LOREN G.
JOHNSON, EMORY (CO. D)
LATHAM, LEONARD P.
LIDDIE, J. H.
SILSBY, JAMESY (CO. D)
SLOCUM, JOHN P.
SMITH, DR. WILLIAM M.
SMITH, W. A.
TERWILLIGER. DAVID A.
THIBOU, REV. LEWIS
TRAVIS, SIMPSON D.
UNKNOWN, - K. E. J.
VANDERPOEL, ALBERT D.
WAKEFIELD, WILLIAM K.
WILLIS, ARAUNAH F.
WILLIS, GEORGE. V.
YOUNG, WILLIAM F.
CIVIL WAR VETERANS LISTED WAS COMPILED BY ANGELICA TOWN HISTORIAN THE LATE ALLAN STONE IN 1970 AND FROM CEMETERY RECORDS AT UNTIL THE DAY DAWN CEMETERY IN ANGELICA , NEW YORK.
Published By, Angelica Booster Citizens, Inc. 1998
The book "The Great Rebellion" by J.T. Headley Vol. 2 American Publishing Co. 1866 supplied the fine steel engravings used on this page. Artist not named.
FOR THE ABOVE LIST
ALSO TO BE REMEMBERED, CALVIN FAIRBANK, ABOLITIONIST, 1816 - 1898
THE LIST BELOW IN BLUE WAS COMPILED BY WALKING UNTIL THE DAY DAWN CEMETERY AND IS DIFFERENT FROM THE ABOVE LIST
SHOWN WITH HIS BOOK
CIVIL WAR VETERANS IN AND AROUND ALLEGANY COUNTY,
Thank you Calvin for labor of love to save history as the stones crumble. He personally searched all the grave yards known in the county.
David B. Abbey, Co.G. 1st N.Y. Dragoons.
Gehial Hall Abbey, Co.G. 1st N.Y. Dragoons.
Benjamin A. Ames, Co.G. 1st N.Y. Dragoons.
J. D. Arnold, Co.H. 4th N.Y.Heavy Art.
Edward Babcock, 109th NYV Reg.
Edward Bacon, Co.G. 1st N.Y. Dragoons.
Alexander Bametson, Jr. June 3, 1861.
Samuel Bullock, 5th N.Y. Cav.
Evert D. Burdick
James Brown, May 2 8, 1864.
Jeremial Byan, Co.F.Batt. 15th NYV Reg. U. S. A.
Camell, Cpt. 102nd NYV Reg.
Richard Charles, MD 67th Penna. Vol. April 24, 1863.
Robert Y. Charles, MD Co.G. 1st N.Y. Dragoons.
Edward Crawford, Cpt.
Charles G. Davis, Co.G. 1st N.Y. Dragoons.
Marshall Dean, Co.G. 13th Mich. Vol.
John N. Deming, Co.G. 1st N.Y. Dragoons.
S. T. Dorman, Co.M. 50th N.Y. Eng.
Paul C. Dowd
(Calvin Fairbank was confined in prison 17 years for freeing 47 slaves in Kentucky.)
Gurdin J. Franklin 136th NYV Reg. Died at Resaca, Ga. May 15, 1864.
Henry Green Co.H. 1st N.Y. Dragoons.
John Green 1st N.Y. Dragoons.
J. R. Green Fifer 188th NYV Reg.
James A. Green
George W. Harwood Co.l. 1t N.Y. Dragoons.
Jackson C. Haynes Co.l. 85th NYV Reg.
Judson S. Hooker
Christopher Hoffman Co.G. 19th N.Y. Cav.
K. E.J. ?
Loren G. Jennings 1st N.Y. Dragoons
Emory Johnson Co.D. II I th NYV Reg.
James Johnson Co.H. 1st N.Y. Dragoons.
Aaron Lilly Co.G. 1st N.Y. Dragoons.
William C. Lyon
Alexander Little Co.1 189th NYV Reg.
0. H. Lott, Sgt. Co.B. 11th W.V. Vol.
Leonard Latham Co.H. 160th NYV Reg.
Charles Mapes Co.I. 27th NYV Reg.
James Mapes Co.I. 27th NYV Reg. Died at Suffolk, Va. Nov. 22,1862.
Seymour B. Mapes Co.I. 27th NYV Reg. Died at Fredrickburg, Va. July 16, 1862.
George F. Mahan 3rd Battery Mass. Light Art.
Philetus G. Mayhew Co.I. 104th NYV Reg.
Alonzo B. MeGibeny
James McWaver Co.I 188th NYV Reg.
John McCabe, Lt. Co.B. 1st N.Y. Dragoons.
Grandville D. Miller Co.D. 104th NYV Reg.
Moses Ogden Co.G. 19th N.Y. Cav. & Co.G. I st N.Y. Dragoons.
Araunah W. Phippen Co.I. 6th N.Y. Cav.
Daniel Phippen 1st N.Y. Dragoons.
Levi J. Quant
L. Rogers, Cpt. 58th Penna. Vol.
George W. Riley Feb. 19,1862.
Henry Sawyer Co.H. 1st N.Y. Dragoons.
Shattuck James W. Silsbey Co.E. 104th NYV Reg.
William Seaver, Corp. Co.I. 27th NYV Reg.
S. E. Smith Died at Trevillian Station, Va. June 11, 1864.
John P. Slocum
William H. Sylor
Simpson D. Travis Co.D. 86th NYV Reg.
Benniah Terwilliger Co.D. 85th NYV Reg. June 4, 1865.
David A. Terwilliger Co.D. 85th NYV Reg. Died at Andersonville, Ga. July 21, 1864 #6445.
Lewis Thibou, Rev.
Albert D. Vanderpoel Co.G. 1st N.Y. Dragoons.
W. K. Wakefield
Ery Way Co.l. 189th NYV Reg.
Ira Way 93rd NYV Reg.
John Way Co.E. 85th NYV Reg.
Araunah F. Willis 1st N.Y. Dragoons.
George V. Willis Co.l. 6th N.Y. Cav. April 27,1865.
Leonard D. Waver Too young 1850-1865?
Lerenzo Waver Too young 1854-1899?
Wm. F. Young Musician Co.D. 85th NYV Reg.
BATTLE AT GETTYSBURG-FINAL CHARGE
OF THE UNION FORCES AT CEMETERY HILL
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CIVIL WAR RECORDS OF JESSE WOOD EVANS FROM THE MILITARY ARCHIVES WASHINGTON D.C. ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY - NINTH INFANTRY EVENS, JESSE W. - Age, 41 years. Enlisted, September 13, 1864, at Hornellsville, to serve one year; mustered in as private, Co. I, October 3, 1864; mustered out with company, May 30, 1865, near Washington, D.C. New York Record of the Commissioned and Non-Commissioned Officers, 1861, Vol. 5, p.153. REMARKS: Muster Roll: Oct. 31, 1864 Present borne as Evans, Jesse W. Muster Roll: Dec. 31, 1864 Present. Muster Roll Feb 28, 1865 Present. Muster Roll Apr 30, 1865 Present. Residence, West Almond, Allegany Co., N.Y. Married. Names of parents; Luther and Polly Meriman. P. O. Address, Angelica, Allegany Co. N.Y. Bounty paid by town of West Almond - $800.00. Born Livonia, NY, Feb. 17, 1823 Age 41 years. Occupation Farmer 27 Cong. Dist. Eyes: Blue Hair: Sandy Complexion: fair 6 ft.____in. high.
Feed back note from county historian Allegany County, NY Craig Braack posted 4-3-01
Very, very impressive sight. It was a pleasure to look at everything. The disparity between the names listed on the 2 civil war burial lists in the cemetery concerns me greatly. This is not to be taken as a disparaging remark against either list maker but rather what the ravages of time have done to our tombstones and our ability to read those left standing. There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that many stones have been "lost" over the years before Alan Stone got to reading what was left in 1970. The truly tragic aspect is we have several dozen cemeteries in our county that have not been indexed at all. Granted most of these are very small with just a hand-full of graves. They were family plots and most stones removed many years ago for a variety of reasons. Thank you for your work. crb
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