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New York 3rd Independent Light Artillery, Company F&S (Union)

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Company mustered in on June 17th, 1861 at Washington, District of Columbia. Company mustered out of service on June 24th, 1865.

Company was also known as:

  • Company F&S, Seward Artillery, New York
  • Company F&S, Cayuga Regiment, New York

Units are batteries (not companies).

Facts about this Company:

  • Number of Soldiers: 44
  • First Enlistment Place: Elmira, New York
  • First Enlistment Date: 1861-04-20 (1 soldier)
  • Youngest Soldier at Enlistment: 18 -- Waldron, Charles E. (Sergeant Major)
  • Oldest Soldier at Enlistment: 44 -- Dimon, Theodore (Surgeon)
  • Average Age at Enlistment: 26.5 years old
  • Median Age at Enlistment: 24.5 years old
  • Wounded In Regiment: 0 (0%)
  • Prisoner Of War While In Regiment: 1 (2%)
  • Soldiers That Died While In Regiment: 2 (4%)
  • Soldiers That Died While In War: 4 (8%)

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

  • Chedell, John (Lieutenant/quartermaster/Lieutenant/regimental Quartermaster, April 1861 - July 1862)
  • Dean, Amos H. (Comm Sergeant/Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant, January 1865 - ?)
  • Dennis, James F. (Adjutant, December 1861 - November 1862; First Lieutenant, November 1862 - May 1863)
  • Devendorff, Albert C. (Comm Sergeant, December 1864 - December 1864; Second Lieutenant, December 1864 - June 1865)
  • Dimon, Theodore (Surgeon, December 1861 - June 1863)
  • Dyer, Robert A. (Musician, May 1861 - August 1862)
  • Eldridge, William T. (Hospital Steward, January 1865 - July 1865)
  • Fay, Paul (Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant, March 1862 - April 1863; Second Lieutenant, April 1863 - December 1863; Regimental Quartermaster, December 1863 - June 1864; First Lieutenant/Lieutenant, June 1864 - December 1864)
  • Fowler, Benjamin V (Musician/Musician Third Class, May 1861 - August 1862)
  • Fowler, Henry W. (Chaplain, June 1861 - July 1861)
  • Gould, James (%Musician, May 1861 - March 1862)
  • Herberner, Charles H (Musician, May 1861 - August 1862)
  • Hillis, David D (%Acting Adjutant, September 1863 - October 1863)
  • Hillis, David D. (%Acting Adjutant, September 1863 - October 1863)
  • Hollenbeck, Andrew S (Corporal, April 1861 - November 1861; Drum Major, November 1861 - January 1863)
  • Jeffries, Ulysses F. (Hospital Steward, December 1862 - June 1863)
  • Kennedy, Terrence J (Major, May 1862 - May 1862)
  • Ledlie, James Hewitt (Lieutenant Colonel, September 1861 - November 1861; Colonel, November 1861 - January 1862)
  • Leonard, James A. (Quatermaster Sergeant/Quartermaster Sergeant, October 1864 - July 1865)
  • Liebman, George (Hospital Steward, May 1863 - October 1864)
  • Manley, Bradford S (Assistant Surgeon/First Lieutenant/assistant Surgeon, June 1863 - December 1863)
  • Manning, Edward C. (Sergeant/Regimental Commissary Sergeant, April 1861 - ?)
  • Mudie, Archibald T (Assistant Surgeon, March 1864 - May 1864)
  • Page, Henry C. (#Quatermaster Sergeant/Quartermaster Sergeant, March 1865 - June 1865)
  • Parmelee, Edward M. (Musician/Principal Musician/Corporal, November 1861 - June 1863)
  • Peabody, Lemuel (Musician/Musician Third Class, May 1861 - August 1862)
  • Prince, Frederick W. (First Lieutenant/First Lieutenant/regimental Quartermaster, March 1862 - February 1863)
  • Reagan, Thomas (Principal Musician, September 1862 - May 1863)
  • Riggs, William J. (Captain, November 1861 - October 1864; Major, October 1864 - July 1865)
  • Seward, Clarence A. (Lieutenant Colonel, May 1861 - September 1861)
  • Sherwood, George E (Sergeant Major, April 1862 - May 1863)
  • Sherwood, George H. (Sergeant/First Lieutenant, December 1863 - May 1865)
  • Shiel, Dennis R. (Quatermaster Sergeant/Quartermaster Sergeant, May 1861 - August 1861)
  • Stewart, Charles H. (Captain, July 1861 - September 1861; Major, September 1861 - December 1861; Lieutenant Colonel, December 1861 - May 1863)
  • Stone, Henry M. (%First Lieutenant/Lieutenant/adjutant, May 1861 - May 1861; First Lieutenant, May 1861 - February 1862; Major/Lieutenant Colonel, February 1862 - October 1862)
  • Storke, Jay E. (First Lieutenant/adjutant, August 1862 - July 1865)
  • Thompson, John M. (Comm Sergeant/Commissary Sergeant, April 1863 - June 1863)
  • Waldron, Charles E. (Sergeant Major, June 1863 - July 1865)
  • Wilson, Alfred Davis (Surgeon, June 1864 - July 1865)
  • Wood, Barton E (Corporal, September 1863 - October 1863; Comm Sergeant, October 1863 - December 1863; Quatermaster Sergeant, December 1863 - October 1864; Second Lieutenant, October 1864 - March 1865; First Lieutenant/Lieutenant, March 1865 - May 1865)
  • Wright, George G (Comm Sergeant, March 1865 - May 1865)

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