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New York 89th Infantry, Company A (Union)

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Company mustered in on December 4th, 1861. Company mustered out of service on August 3rd, 1865.

Company was also known as:

  • Company A, Dickinson Guard, New York

Notable Battles:

  • Antietam fought on September 17th, 1862 near Antietam, Maryland (2 wounded, 5 died, 0 imprisoned)
  • Second Petersburg fought on June 18th, 1864 near Petersburg, Virginia (2 wounded, 2 died, 0 imprisoned)

Facts about this Company:

  • Number of Soldiers: 174
  • First Enlistment Date: 1861-05 (1 soldier)
  • Most Common Enlistment Place: Montour, Schuyler, New York, United States (22 soldiers)
  • Most Common Muster Out Date: 1865-08-03 (48 soldiers)
  • Most Common Residence for 1861: Montour, New York, United States (20 soldiers)
  • Youngest Soldier at Enlistment: 15 -- Hughes, George (Lieutenant;First Sergeant;Second Lieutenant)
  • Oldest Soldier at Enlistment: 44 -- Coryell, Nathan A (Captain)
  • Average Age at Enlistment: 23.7 years old
  • Median Age at Enlistment: 22.0 years old
  • Wounded In Regiment: 6 (3%)
  • Prisoner Of War While In Regiment: 5 (2%)
  • Soldiers That Died While In Regiment: 23 (12%)
  • Soldiers That Died While In War: 26 (14%)

Commander List: (#Prisoner Of War, ^Wounded, %=Died during war)

Soldier List: (#Prisoner Of War, ^Wounded, %=Died during war)