The Heroes of Albany: A Memorial of the Patriot-martyrs of the City and County of Albany, who Sacrificed Their Lives During the Late War in Defense of Our Nation 1861-1865, with a View of what was Done in the County to Sustain the United States Government; and Also Brief Histories of the Albany Regiments (Google eBook)

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S.R. Gray, 1866 - Albany (N.Y.) - 870 pages
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Contents

COL JOHN WILSON
141
COL MICHAEL K BRYAN
195
COL HENRY VAN RENSSELAER
207
COL LEWIS OWEN MORRIS
214
COL JAMES P McMAHON
225
COL JAMES D VISSCHER
231
COL HOWARD CARROLL
236
COL GEORGE W PRATT
240
LIEUT COL FREDERICK LYMAN TREMAIN
243
LIEUT COL MICHAEL B STAFFORD
277
MAJ CHARLES ELISHA PRUYN
280
MAJ GEORGE S DAWSON
318
MAJ EDWARD A SPRINGSTEED
336
MAJ JAMES HENRY BOGART
343
MAJ WILLIAM WALLACE
349
maj miles Mcdonald
355
MAJ GEORGE WASHINGTON STACKHOUSE
361
XXni ADJT RICHARD MARVIN STRONG
362
ADJT JOHN H RUSSELL
381
CAPT JOHN DePEYSTER DOUW
384
CAPT THEODORE C ROGERS
395
CAPT EUGENE VAN SANTVOORD
402
CAPT WILLIAM JAMES TEMPLE
410
CAPT AUGUSTUS I BARKER
414
CAPT JAMES KENNEDY
420
CAPT HARMON N MERRIMAN
423
CAPT JOHN A FEE
427
CAPT EDWARD B CARROLL
433
CAPT DOUGLASS LODGE
435
CAPT JOHN ARTHUR MORRIS
440
CAPT JOHN McGUIRE
443
CAPT NATHANIEL WRIGHT
445
CAPT JOHN SULLIVAN
447
CAPT ROBERT BARTLETT EVERETT
450
CAPT ROBERT H BELL
452
CAPT DAVID BURHANS
453
LIEUT CHARLES WESLEY HEALD
454
LIEUT JAMES WILLIAMSON
457
LIEUT WILLIAM H POHLMAN
464
LIEUT HENRY D BROWER
499
LIEUT JAMES L DEMPSEY
514
LIEUT JOHN M DEMPSEY
524
LIEUT WILLIAM EMMET ORR
539
LIEUT JAMES H MORGAN
542
LIEUT MICHAEL HENRY BARCKLEY
545
LIEUT CHARLES SWAINE EVANS
549
LIEUT CHARLES L YEARSLEY
554
LIEUT JOHN T B GOEWEY
559
LIEUT JOHN B READ
562
LIEUT HENRY McCONNELL
564
LIEUT MATTHEW BELL
565
LIEUT LUTHER HECKLEY HILL
567
LIEUT WILLIAM PAIGE CLARK
570
LIEUT JOHN PETER PHILLIPS
571
LIEUT SYLVESTER BARRETT SHEPARD
573
LIEUT PATRICK MAHER
575
LIEUT ROBERT G NOXON
577
LIEUT JAMES McALISTER SOUTHWICK
578
LIEUT EDWARD BAYARD HILL
586
ORDERLY SERGT PETER M STALKER
589
SERGT MAJ IRVING P JAQUES
591
SERGT CHARLES H FREDENRICH
596
SERGT WALTER HENRY ANGUS
601
SERGT JAMES S GERLING
606
SERGT ALEXANDER DAVIDSON RICE
609
SERGT GEORGE SANDERS
611
SERGT JOSEPH COWAN VANDERHOOF
613
SERGT ANDREW T HOTALING
615
SERGT WILLIAM HENRY BELL
617
SERGT PAUL QUAY
618
SERGT WILLIAM CROUNSE
620
SERGT GUSTAVUS A PERCY
623
CORPL WILLIAM MURRY
624
CORPL PHILIP VAN DENBURG
656
IjXXXVM CORPL MARTIN SITTERLY
661
CORPL LEWIS W QUAY
664
CORPL ISAAC J ROACH
665
CORPL JOHN E BAILEY
669
CORPL ERASTUS HAMILTON HOLMES
671
CORPL ALONZO GROVE LUDDEN
672
JOHN H CONLEY
678
WILLIAM C CADY
684
ROBERT HENRY KING
688
GEORGE B WOLCOTT
696
JUSTIN R HUNTLEY
698
WILLIAM A VAN GAASBEEK
707
CHARLES MOORE BROWER
715
ROSWELL B CORLISS
717
Cn STEPHEN ROSS WHITE
718
JAMES E GOOLD
719
ORANGE DUDLEY
725
LEVI I HARVEY
727
SAMUEL G LOOMIS
728
CV1I EDWARD AUGUSTUS HIGHAM
733
ALEXANDER S SLAWSON
734
WHITMAN V R MATTOON
735
THOMAS GOLDWAIT
737
JOHN A LOCKLEY
738
HARMON VISSCHER Jb
739
GEORGE STEVENS
740
ADDISON J FELLOWS
742
SAMUEL W CHANDLER
743
JESSE D VAN HAGEN
744
WILLIAM M BRIGGS
745
HUGH HAMMILL
746
WILLIAM J WHYTE
748
CHARLES SEDAM HEERMANCE
749
STEPHEN PUTNAM PARKS
751
HENRY SAYRE
752
ROBERT A CADWELL
754
JOSIAH DUNHAM
756
JOHN C CAVERLY
758
FERGUS MADDEN
759
GEORGE W SCHERMERHORN
760
WILLIAM SNELL
763
EDMUND HOLMES
764
MINOT HENRY PEASE
765
JOHN VAN BUEREN
766
SAMUEL W KELLY
767
JOSEPH GLADDING
770
JOHN G PERKINS
771
AARON P SPRINGER
773
CXXXV1 GERRIT H VAN DENBURG
774
ABRAM M CARHART
787
JAMES A SCRAFFORD
788
MICHAEL WAGNER
789
GEORGE VAN WIE
790
WILLIAM HAVENS
793
ADDISON B MILLER
794
JOEL WILSON
796
AZOR T HAYES
797
JOHN Q A CROUNSE
798
ALANSON F HOFFMAN
802
david Mcculloch
806
STEPHEN McCULLOCH
808
JAMES WILSON
809
SEBASTIAN PEARSE
810
JOEL B PITTS
811
ARTHUR HASWELL
812
GEORGE W KILBOURN
815
JACOB VAN ALLEN
816
CHARLES VAN ALLEN
817
SHORT NOTICES OF OTHER OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS 821844
821
BRIEF HISTORIES OF THE ALBANY REGIMENTS 845865
845
VIEW OF FORT ALBANY
846
ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF THE NAMES OF THE OFFICERS AND SOL DIERS NOTICED IN THIS VOLUME
867

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Page 532 - JESUS ! lover of my soul, Let me to thy bosom fly While the billows near me roll, While the tempest still is high. Hide me, O my Saviour ! hide, Till the storm of life is past ; Safe into the haven guide ; Oh, receive my soul at last...
Page 666 - O'er all those wide-extended plains Shines one eternal day; There God the Son forever reigns, And scatters night away. 4 No chilling winds, or poisonous breath, Can reach that healthful shore; Sickness and sorrow, pain and death, Are felt and feared no more.
Page 665 - Lord, who causeth all things to work together for good to those who love him: ' Be still, and know that I am God.
Page 191 - We live in deeds, not years; in thoughts, not breaths; In feelings, not in figures on a dial. We should count time by heart-throbs. He most lives Who thinks most feels the noblest acts the best.
Page 191 - Earth to earth, and dust to dust, the solemn priest hath said ; So we lay the turf above thee now, and we seal thy narrow bed ; But thy spirit, brother, soars away among the faithful blest, Where the wicked cease from troubling, and the weary are at rest. And when the Lord shall summon us, whom thou hast left behind, May we, untainted by the world, as sure a welcome find! May each, like thee, depart in peace, to be a glorious guest, Where the wicked cease from troubling, and the weary are at rest...
Page 194 - Council will attend his funeral in a body, and wear the usual badge of mourning. Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be signed by the Mayor and Clerk, and sent to the family of the deceased.
Page 517 - ... shall be called to give an account of the deeds done in the body.
Page 37 - The object of the Commission was to promote the spiritual and temporal welfare of the officers and men of the United States army and navy, in co-operation with chaplains and others.
Page 612 - Saviour raised from the dead, that he was the only son of his mother, and she a widow .' It happened unluckily for poor widow Browu that her cottage stood quite alone.
Page 458 - We direct that a copy of these minutes be transmitted to the family of the deceased and published in the papers.

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