A record of the commissioned officers, non-commissioned officers and privates, of the regiments which were organized in the state of New York ... to assist in suppressing the rebellion
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1st Lieut 29 Sept Albany alphabetical order August Buffalo Canandaigua carefully examined certify Charles commanded by Colonel Commanding the Company Date DUTY AND ENROLLED E. G. MARSHALL Edward Elmira EOLL of Captain exchanging exhibits the true George Henry honor Jacob James John JOINED FOR DUTY Joseph July July 27 June June 24 Larned loaning of horses Michael muster into service Muster Roll exhibits MUSTER-IN ROLL Mustering Officer name in person names are borne November 11 November 28 October 14 October 28 October October October officer and soldier Onondaga opposite the name Oswego Patrick PRESENT AND ABSENT Privates in alphabetical proper name Regiment remarks set opposite Rochester September 19 September 26 Sitgreaves Smith soldier are accurate Station strictly forbidden swapping or loaning Syracuse term of three Thomas Troy unless sooner discharged Veteran W. H. Knapp William H York City
Page iii - Virginia as shall be willing to engage in the service of the United States for the term of three years...
Page 42 - Kirwan, called into the service of the United States by the President from the 15M day of July, 1664, (date of this muster,) Jor the term of three years, unless sooner discharged.
Page 10 - Remarks" with the following instructions : "1. . . .Every man whose name is on this roll must be accounted for on the next muster roll. The exchange of men, by substitution, and exchanging, swapping, or loaning of horses, after muster into service, are strictly forbidden.
Page 119 - Guard of those states shall be ordered into the service of the United States by the President of the United States...
Page 44 - President, from the twenty-second o> day of July, 1861 (date of this muster), for the term of three years or during the war, unless sooner discharged.
Page 75 - May 18, 1917, may he discharged In either of the two ways prescribed by section 9 of the act. Such an officer Is not entitled to the right to appear before a retiring board as provided by law...