|MEN OF SCHUYLER IN THREE WARS|
These lists of men who served from the Town of Schuyler, Herkimer County, were contributed to us by Laura Perkins and digitally transcribed by Bob Petrie. The research below was done in the early 1930s by well-known Klock family researcher Edgar Jackson Klock, who was a resident of Frankfort, NY. His sources are unknown but we assume he made use of the resources of local libraries, historical societies and cemeteries, as well as the records and memories of friends and family.
"Probably some of these names are duplicated on account of different spellings of the same name."
Compiled from Historical, Family & Cemetery Records. Probably incomplete, by Edgar Jackson Klock. Copied January 16, 1934
44th Elsworth Regiment:
Lewis M. Baldwin
Artillery 1st., Battery A:
David B. Owens
121st., Co. D.:
2nd Lieut. Charles E. Staring
Corp. Aaron D. Miller
A. L. Miller
121st., Co. H.:
William F. Minott
152nd., Co. E.:
Corp. Charles Brown
Wagoner Peter W. Tallman
James W. Maxfield
152nd., Co. K.:
2nd Corp. Edward Haver
8th Corp. Seth B. Holdridge
Wagoner George Sterling
Private Peter W. Tallman
2nd N.Y. Heavy Artillery, Co. L.:
Wilbur V. Minott - Enlisted Nov. 1863; discharged Aug. 1865
97th N.Y. Infantry:
Samuel M. Jackson - Enlisted March 1862; discharged June 1862
John P. Clark
George H. Stormes
Otis Eaton, Co. I., N.Y.V. 74th
Gaylord Eaton, Co. D., 121st
John J. Parks, Co. K., 2nd N.Y.A.
Andrew Gillett, Battery L., 2nd N.Y. Heavy Artillery
These lists were typed by Bob Petrie, who was instrumental in getting our Town of Schuyler section going and will be typing other articles this winter. Bob looks forward to corresponding with others researching the surnames Petrie, Dodge, Countryman, Knapp, Ellison, Robbins, Devendorf, Berner, Hartman, Kane, Burton, Barber and Mosher, as well as the history of the Town of Schuyler.
Laura Perkins, contributer of these lists and other upcoming Schuyler items, is proud of her extended family's participation in local Civil War regiments. Her gg-grandfather served in the 146th NY Vol. Infantry. Laura is researching the family names of SNYDER and BAKER. Her ggg-grandparents were Richard K. and Elizabeth Snyder Baker. Richard was born in Schuyler. Elizabeth, the daughter of John and Catherine Snyder, was born in Frankfort. Laura believes that Richard and Eliz. lived most of their lives in Utica, NY. Any information on them would be most helpful.
Note: Neither Bob, Laura or other Herkimer/Montgomery GenWeb volunteers have further information about the men listed above. The records of Civil War men whose regiments and companies are indicated may be ordered from the National Archives. Do you have information about any of the Schuyler men listed above? Please send it to the Coordinator for posting on this page.
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