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Tallon, Thomas
[Name also seen as Tallent]
Enlisted 21 June 1861 as
Private, Co. C, 5th CT Infantry
Mustered in 22 July 1861
Re-enlisted 21 Dec 1863
Promoted Corporal 1 Apr 1865
Mustered out 19 July 1865 at Alexandria, VA
Residence at enlistment: New Haven, New Haven, CT

Filed for Invalid pension 31 Oct 1882
Application #352684, Certificate #533545

1870 census: Hope, Hamilton Co., NY
1880 census: Hope, Hamilton Co., NY
1890 Special schedule census: Hope, Hamilton Co., NY; PO Hope Falls
1892 State census: Hope, Hamilton Co., NY
1900 census: Gloversville, Fulton Co., NY

Born: abt. March 1831 in Ireland
Immigrated: abt. 1848
Married: est. 1868
Spouse: Maria H.
Occupation: Laborer, Tannery Employee
Additional: at least 5 children

Tarbell, Samuel Sage
[Service record as Tarbal]
Enlisted 19 Dec 1863 at Syracuse, NY, age 44 as
Private, Co. B, 22nd NY Infantry
Mustered in 5 Jan 1864
Transferred 26 June 1864 to 18 Co., 2nd Battalion Veteran Reserve Corp
Date and method of discharge not given
Discharged 2 March 1865 [from 1890 census]

Filed for Invalid pension 23 Aug 1871
Application #168317, Certificate #206232
Widow (Hannah Tarbell) filed for pension 8 Nov 1906 from NY
Application #858181, Certificate #621329

1883 Hamilton County Pension List: Long Lake; cause - injury to abdomen

1850 census: Schroon, Essex Co., NY
1860 census: Schroon, Essex Co., NY
1880 census: Long Lake, Hamilton Co., NY
1890 Special Schedule census: Long Lake, Hamilton Co., NY; PO Long Lake; Bauche
1900 census: Long Lake, Hamilton Co., NY
1905 State census: Long Lake, Hamilton Co., NY
1910 census: (Widow) Long Lake , Hamilton Co., NY

Born: February 1819 in Vermont
Married: abt. 1848
Spouse: Hannah A. Dickenson (1829-1919)
Died: 1906
Buried: Long Lake Cemetery, Hamilton Co., NY
Occupation: Farmer
Additional: 4 children with 1 surviving in 1900, Mary E. (Tarbell) Lamos

Taylor, John N.
[Service record gives middle initial as "B"]
Enlisted 19 Nov 1861 at Wells, NY, age 32 as
Private, Co. B, 34th NY Infantry
Deserted 28 March 1862 at Alexandria, VA

1855 State census: (Probably the same man) Saratoga Springs, Saratoga Co., NY
1860 census: Providence, Saratoga Co., NY
1880 census: Wells, Hamilton Co., NY
1890 Special schedule census: Wells, Hamilton Co., NY
1892 State census: Wells, Hamilton Co., NY
1900 census: Wells, Hamilton Co., NY
1905 State census: Wells, Hamilton Co., NY

Born: January 1830 [Probably, Saratoga County] NY
Parents: Possibly Harding and Lucy Taylor
Married: Possibly 1st, abt. 1853, Spouse: Julian
Married: abt. 1859
Spouse: Minerva A.
Occupation: Sawyer, Carpenter, Farmer
Additional: at least 2 children

Thompson, Frank W.
Enlisted 7 Oct 1861 at West Troy, NY, age 17 as
Private, Co. A, 34th NY Infantry
Mustered in 14 Oct 1861
Mustered out 30 June 1863 at Albany, NY

Born: abt. 1844
Buried: Long Lake Cemetery, Hamilton Co., NY (no dates; name on wife's stone)

Thompson, John Jr.
Enlisted 29 Aug 1862 at New York City, NY, age 38 as
Private, Battery E, 4th NY Heavy Artillery
Mustered in 3 Sept 1862
Mustered out 3 July 1865 at Washington, DC
Additional: discharge papers say he was discharged from U.S. general hospital, Emory, Washington, DC

Additional: See Hamilton County Civil War Discharges
Physical description (from discharge): age 38 years, 5 ft. 10 in., dark complexion, grey eyes, brown hair

Filed for Invalid pension 28 June 1880
Application #395482, Certificate #306192

1850 census: Wells, Hamilton Co., NY
1860 census: Wells, Hamilton Co., NY
1870 census: Wells, Hamilton Co., NY
1880 census: Wells, Hamilton Co., NY
1890 Special schedule census: Wells, Hamilton Co., NY
1900 census: Wells, Hamilton Co., NY

Born: 27 June 1822 in NY
Father: John Thompson (b. Eng)
Mother: Betsey
Married: before 1850
Spouse: Julia Ann Groff (1820-1893)
Died: 15 Feb 1903
Buried: Cashville/Ashton/Pumpkin Hollow Cemetery, Wells, Hamilton Co., NY
Occupation: Farmer
Additional: at least 7 children

Thompson, Stephen W., MD
[Full name, Stephen William Thompson]
Enlisted 16 Aug 1861 at age 22 as
Sergeant, Co. F, 56th NY Infantry
Mustered in 29 Aug 1861
Promoted 1st Sergeant 20 Jan 1862
Transferred 9no date given) from Co. F to Co. G
Promoted 2nd Lieutenant 26 Aug 1862 (as of Co. G)
Discharged 2 June 1863

Filed for Invalid pension 6 Aug 1890 from NY
Application #856338, Certificate #800596
Widow (Ida Thompson) Filed for pension 5 July 1902
Application #766279, Certificate #820696

1860 census: Possibly, Andes, Delaware Co., NY
1870 census: Colchester, Delaware Co., NY
1880 census: Roxbury, Delaware Co., NY
1890 Special schedule census: Wells, Hamilton Co., NY
1900 census: Hunter, Greene Co., NY
1910 census: (Widow) Hunter, Greene Co., NY
1920 census: (Widow) Hunter, Greene Co., NY

Born: 28 October 1839 Scotland
Immigrated: 1839
Parents: Both born in Scotland
Married: 1st, est. 1868
Spouse: Elizabeth
Married: 2nd, 1898
Spouse: Ida M. Haner (b. abt. 1855 in Germany)
Died: 23 February 1902
Buried: Maplewood Cemetery, Jewett, Greene Co., NY. Section 1, Row 7
Occupation: Peddler, Physician
Additional: at least 3 children with 1st wife

Thompson, William 
[Service record as Thompson, W.H.; 97th Reg. History gives middle initial as "M"; Discharged as Thomson]
Enlisted 27 May 1864 at Wellsville, NY, age 43 as
Private, Co. K, 97th NY Infantry
Mustered in 27 May 1864
Discharged for disability 20 Oct 1864

1850 census: Wells, Hamilton Co., NY
1860 census: Wells, Hamilton Co., NY
1870 census: Wells, Hamilton Co., NY
1880 census: Wells, Hamilton Co., NY
1900 census: Wells, Hamilton Co., NY

Born: May 1829 in NY
Father: John Thompson
Mother: Betsey
Married: Est. 1849
Spouse: Elizabeth
Occupation: Farmer
Additional: 4 children

Tomlinson, James H.
The following information was provided by descendant Dan Hinkley for inclusion in our database.
1. 1870 US Census, NY Hamilton County Wells.
        Listed as James Thompson age 26 born Michigan.
        Neighbor to James R Wood and Augustus Hinkley.
2. 1880 US Census, NY Hamilton Wells.
        Listed as James Tomblinson born NY. Neighbor to James R Wood.
3. rwarner47, Ancestry Family Tree "Warner Family Tree" by rwarner47,
    Ancestry.com Version bef 26 Jun 2010.
        Has James H Tomlinson, wife Mercy Wood, and daughter
        Rebecca L Tomlinson who married Roy B Warner.
4. 1900 US Census, MN Crow Wing County, Township 43 District 68.
        James H Tomlinson, widow, born Nov 1841 Michigan listed as father
        in law in household of Roy B Warner whose wife is Rebecca L Warner.
5. 1890 Census Special Schedule for Soldiers, Sailors, Marines,
    etc, MN Crow Wing County, Moorsville Township.
        Tomlinson, James
        Rank: Private
        Company: H
        Regiment: 12th Mich. Inf.
        Date of Enlistment: 15 Feb 1864
        Date of Discharge: 15 Feb 1866
        Length of Service: 2 years 0 months 0 days
        No disability listed.
6. Leslie, Earl C. and Laura L, Cemetery Records of Crow Wing County, Minnesota,
    http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mncrowwi/lesliebook/, April 12, 1982, Page 53.
        On the web as PDF or web page:
        http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mncrowwi/lesliebook/book.pdf
        http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mncrowwi/lesliebook/book.html.
        Tomlinson, James b.Nov.1841 d.1906 Co.H-12 Mich.Inf.Civ.War.
7. 1895 WI State Census, http://fsbeta.familysearch.org.
        Jas H Tomlinson -- Armenia Town, Private h 11 Michigan (line 3).
    same page:
        A. C. Hinkley 4 males 3 females 7 US (wife could be daughter of Jas. H Tomlinson)
        H.W. Warner 1 male 1 US
        Roy Warner 1 male 3 females 4 US (wife could be daughter of Jas. H Tomlinson)
        J.L. Warner 3 males 1 female 4 US.

Town, Alexander
[I could not find a service record for this man. The information below is from the only pension application card I found for a man with this name. It may or may not be the Alexander Town buried in the Long Lake Cemetery]
Co. B, 2nd [NH]? Infantry 
And
14th US Infantry

Filed for Invalid pension 30 [May or Aug] [?] from Wisconsin
Application #777348, Certificate #685606

Born: 1823
Died: 1908
Buried: Long Lake Cemetery, Hamilton Co., NY

Towns, Lorenzo B.
Alias Lorenzo Butterfield
1st enlistment as Townes, Orenzo
Enlisted 9 Dec 1861 at Ogdensburgh, NY, age 23 as
Private, Co. K, 102nd NY Infantry
Mustered in 11 Dec 1861
Re-enlisted 30 Dec 1863
Date and method of discharge not given
No further record
Discharged 30 Dec 1863 [from 1890 census]
2nd enlistment as Butterfield, Alonzo
Enlisted 20 July 1864 at age 22 as
Private, Co. K, 11th NH Infantry
Mustered in 20 July 1864 as a substitute
Entered 18 Oct 1864 at 9 AC Depot Field Hospital, City Point, VA
Sent to company 4 Jan 1865 (place not stated)
No further record
Date and method of discharge not given
Other info: Born in Canada

Pension application card as Towns, Lorenzo, Alias Lorenzo Butterfield
Service listed on card: Co. K, 102 NY Inf; Co. C, 6 NH Inf; Co. K, 11 NH Inf
Filed for Invalid pension 8 Aug 1892 from NY
Application #1125252
Widow (Louisa B. Towns) filed for pension 2 Oct 1916 from NY
Application #1077149

1880 census: Long Lake, Hamilton Co., NY
1890 Special Schedule census: Long Lake, Hamilton Co., NY; PO Long Lake
1892 State census: Long Lake, Hamilton Co., NY
1900 census: Long Lake, Hamilton Co., NY
1910 census: Long Lake, Hamilton Co., NY

Born: 1839 in Canada [1900 census says Aug 1840]
Married: abt. 1871
Spouse: Louisa Sabattis (1849-1922)
Died: 1915
Buried: Long Lake Cemetery, Hamilton Co., NY GAR Marker
Occupation: Guide
Additional: At least 2 children

Travis, John C.
Enlisted 26 Dec 1863 at Hope, NY, age 18 [actual age 15]
Private, Battery D, 4th NY Heavy Artillery
Mustered in 6 Jan 1864
Wounded 2 April 1865 at Point of Rocks, VA
Died of wounds 7 April 1865 at Point of Rocks, VA

Mother (Sarah Travis) filed for pension [17 or 18] Oct 1869
Application #180826, Certificate #147988
Father (Ezra Travis) filed for pension 9 Nov 1868
Application #167600

1883 Fulton County Pension List (online at Fulton Co. Rootsweb site):
Cert. #147988, Sarah Travis, Northville, Mother, $8 from Feb 1870

1850 census: Hope, Hamilton Co., NY
1860 census: Hope, Hamilton Co., NY

Born: 1848 in NY
Father: Ezra Travis
Mother: Sarah
Died: 7 April 1865 at Point of Rocks, VA
Buried: City Point National Cemetery, VA

Travis, Levi
[Service record as Traverse]
Enlisted 30 Aug 1862 at Northampton, NY, age 24 as
Private, Battery E, 4th NY Heavy Artillery
Mustered in 3 Sept 1862
POW 25 Aug 1864 at Reams' Station, VA
Paroled 8 Oct 1864 (place not stated)
Died of disease 17 Feb 1865 at Hope, NY

1850 census: Hope, Hamilton Co., NY
1860 census: Hope, Hamilton Co., NY

Born: abt. 1838 in NY
Father: Ezra Travis
Mother: Sarah
Died: 17 Feb 1865 at Hope, Hamilton Co., NY
Buried: Hope Falls Cemetery, Hamilton Co., NY


Travis, Simeon
[Service record as Traver]
Enlisted 21 Dec 1863 at Hope, NY, age 26 as
Private, Battery D, 4th NY Heavy Artillery
Mustered in 6 Jan 1864
Wounded 2 April 1865 at Sutherland Station, VA
Died of wounds 26 April 1865 at Washington, DC

Widow (Sarah Travis) filed for pension 2 May [1913]? From NY
Application #1100714, Certificate #828416
Minor (W. L. Wright) filed for pension 3 April [186?]
Application #164841, Certificate #121386

1850 census: Hope, Hamilton Co., NY
1860 census: Hope, Hamilton Co., NY

Born: abt. 1837 in NY
Father: Ezra Travis
Mother: Sarah
Married: between 1860-1863
Spouse: Sarah
Died: 26 April 1865 in Washington, DC
Buried: Arlington National Cemetery
Additional: at least 1 child

Travis, Smith F.
Enlisted 13 Aug 1864 at Schenectady, NY, age 37 as
Private, Co. E, 115th NY Infantry
Mustered in 13 Aug 1864
Died of disease 21 Nov 1864 at 10th Army Corps Base Hospital

Note: pension application under Travise, Smith F.
Widow (Mary M. Travise) filed for pension 6 May 1865
Application #98504, Certificate #78872
Minor (M.M. Templeton) filed for pension 25 Nov 1869
Application #181837, Certificate #137434

1850 census: Hope, Hamilton Co., NY
1860 census: Hope, Hamilton Co., NY

Born: abt. 1830 in Hope, Hamilton Co., NY
Father: Thomas Travis
Mother: Anna Barcalow
Married: bet. 1860-1864
Spouse: Mary M.
Died: 21 Nov 1864 in Army Corps Base Hospital, VA
Buried: City Point National Cemetery, VA
Additional: at least 1 child

Travis, William
From The History of Hamilton County, pp. 405-406 (Hope, Hamilton Co., NY area)
He was a Private under Capt. Aaron S. Foot in the 26th Regiment, 17th Brigade, 5th Division of the NYS National Guard during the years of the Civil War.

Treadwell, Richard H.

[Full name: Richard Hayden Treadwell]
Enlisted 6 Sept 1862 at Otego, NY, age 24 as
Private, Co. G, 152nd NY Infantry
Mustered in 15 Oct 1862
Promoted 1st Lieutenant 28 Nov 1864
Discharged 15 June 1865
Also service in Navy - USS Mari[ss]?

Note: requested leave of absence to go to Buffalo, NY because his mother was dying after being afflicted with consumption for two years. He resigned 5 June 1865.

Physical description from regimental records at enlistment: Age: 24; Height: 5 feet, 4 inches; Complexion: dark; Hair: brown; Eyes: Blue; Occupation: medical student

Filed for Invalid pension 19 Sept [1880 or 1890] from NY
Application #946521, Certificate #724829
Widow (Amanda Treadwell) filed for pension 23 March 1903 from NY
Application #780935, Certificate #590020

1850 census: District 16, Cass Co., Missouri
1870 census: Belleville, Essex Co., NJ
1880 census: Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY
1881: removed to Long Lake, Hamilton Co., NY
1892 State census: Indian Lake, Hamilton Co., NY
1900 census: Indian Lake, Hamilton Co., NY

Born: 18 January 1835 at New Haven, CT
Father: David BenjaminTreadwell
Mother: Adeline Helen Hayden
Married: 1st, est. 1861
Spouse: unknown
Married: 2nd, abt. 1876
Spouse: Amanda L. (1856-1908)
Died: 26 Feb 1903 Blue Mt. Lake, Hamilton Co., NY; of heart disease
Buried: Blue Mountain Lake Cemetery, Hamilton Co., NY
Occupation: Medical student, House painter, Clerk in gas works, sign painter
Additional: at least 2 children with 1st wife and 3 with second wife.
For additional info see family file submitted to Ancestry.com, "Conklin, Duel, Wood and Allied Families" submitted by Alan E. Wood

Tubbs, Joseph C.
Enlisted 8 Sept 1864 at Plattsburgh, NY, age 36 as
Private, Co. E, 142nd NY Infantry
Mustered in 8 Sept 1864
Died of disease 27 Jan 1865 in hospital in VA. Died of pneumonia

Widow (Esther J. Tubbs) filed for pension 2 March 1867
Application #143189, Certificate #96612

1850 census: Warrensburg, Warren Co., NY
1860 census: Bolton, Warren Co., NY
1870 census: (daughter Julia) Warrensburg, Warren Co., NY
1880 census: (widow and children) Bolton, Warren Co., NY
1890 Special Schedule census: Bolton, Warren Co., NY; Esther J., widow of; PO Warrensburgh; Measels, resulted in death

Born: abt. 1828 in NY
Father: Ira Tubbs
Mother: Phebe Clinton
Married: 2 Feb 1851
Spouse: Esther Jane Slack (1834-1907)
Died: 27 Jan 1865 in VA
Buried: There is a marker for him in St. Cecelia's Cemetery, part of Warrensburg Cemetery, Warrensburg, Warren Co., NY [His widow is buried there]
Additional: Left a widow and 5 children

Tubs, James H.

From The History of Hamilton County, pp. 405-406 (Hope, Hamilton Co., NY area)
He was a Private under Capt. Aaron S. Foot in the 26th Regiment, 17th Brigade, 5th Division of the NYS National Guard during the years of the Civil War.

Tucker, Aaron W.
Enlisted 20 Sept 1862 at Brooklyn, NY, age 30 as
Sergeant, Co. I, 173rd NY Infantry
Mustered in 10 Nov 1862
Wounded 27 May 1863 at Port Hudson, LA (or 14 June 1863)
Died of disease 8 Oct 1864 at New York, NY

Minor (George G. Tucker) Filed for pension 19 Oct 1865
Application #113069, Certificate #117281

1850 census: Morehouseville, Hamilton Co., NY
1860 census: Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY
1870 census: (son) Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; (daughter) Warren, Somerset Co., NJ

Born: 1832 in NY
Father: Henry Tucker
Mother: Hannah
Married: abt. 1860
Spouse: Mary Ann (b. abt. 1832 in Eng.; maiden name may have been Dean)
Died: 8 Oct 1864 in New York, NY
Occupation: Manufacturer of coal oil 
Additional: Aaron and Mary Ann had 3 children together. Their son, William H., was raised by his uncle - George Tucker in Brooklyn. Their daughter, Henrietta, was raised by her aunt and uncle - Louis and Helen Henry in New Jersey.

Tucker, Adoniram Judson
Enlisted 8 Dec 1863 at Brooklyn, NY, age 44 as
Private, Co. G, 84th NY Infantry
Transferred 2 June 1864 to Co. K, 5th NY Veteran Infantry
Promoted 2nd Lieutenant 16 Sept 1864 (not mustered)
Mustered out 21 Aug 1865 at Hart's Island, New York Harbor, NYC

Widow (Catherine M. Tucker) filed for pension 30 June 1880
Application #275904, Certificate #229257

1850 census: Morehouseville, Hamilton Co., NY
1860 census: Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY
1880 census: (Widow) Morehouseville, Hamilton Co., NY
1890 Special Schedule census: Utica, Oneida Co., NY; Catherine E., widow of; PO 181 Howard Ave, 12th ward Utica

Born: 1821 in NY
Father: Henry Tucker
Mother: Hannah
Married: 1 Sept 1841 in Morehouse, Hamilton Co., NY
Spouse: Catherine M. Becraft (1820-1906)
Died: 2 May 1870 in Utica, Oneida Co., NY (died of disease contracted in service)
Occupation: Express driver 
Additional: enlisted about 5 months after his eldest and only living son "died in the service of his country". Left a widow and 7 children, 3 were minors at the time of his death.

Tucker, Henry Mortimer
Enlisted 15 Aug 1862 as
Private, Co. A, 23rd CT Infantry
POW 24 June 1863 at Bayou Boeuf, LA
Paroled same day (estimated day)
Died 15 July 1863 (place not stated)
Residence at enlistment: Waterbury, CT

1850 census: Morehouseville, Hamilton Co., NY
1860 census: Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY

Born: 3 Jan 1843 in Morehouse, Hamilton Co., NY
Father: Adoniram Judson Tucker
Mother: Catherine Marie Becraft
Died: 15 July 1863 "In the service of his Country"
Occupation: Clerk 

Tucker, John H.
Enlisted 28 Sept 1861 at Warren Co., NY, age 20 as
Private, 23rd NY Independent Battery, Light Artillery
Mustered in 15 Oct 1861
Re-enlisted 1 Jan 1864
Mustered out 14 July 1864 at Fort Porter, Buffalo, NY

Filed for Invalid pension 28 Sept 1876
Application #225580, Certificate #318255

1850 census: Warrensburgh, Warren Co., NY
1900 census: Johnsburgh, Warren Co., NY
1905 census: Wells, Hamilton Co., NY
1910 census: Wells, Hamilton Co., NY

Born: abt. 1840 in VT
Mother: Curiann [Carry Ann?] who married 2nd, Lathrop Sirtliff
Spouse: Unknown, he was widowed by 1900

Tuttle, James J.
[Service as Tuttle, J.H.]
Enlisted 23 Aug 1862 at Herkimer, NY, age 22 as
Private, Co. K, 152nd NY Infantry
Mustered in 15 Oct 1862
Discharged for disability 19 June 1865

1860 census: Herkimer, Herkimer Co., NY
1870 census: Herkimer, Herkimer Co., NY

Born: abt. 1840 in NY
Married: bet. 1860-1870
Spouse: Louisa
Note: may have married 2nd, abt. 1874, Fredrika (b. 1855 Germany) and had 2 sons, William (b. 1875) and Frederick (b. 1878) and then died between 1878-1880. A Fredrika is found on the 1880 Morehouse census married to James Irving and she has 2 sons names William and Frederick Tuttle.
Buried: Morehouseville Methodist Cemetery, Hamilton Co., NY (no dates)
Occupation: Farm Hand

Tyrel, Eugene
From The History of Hamilton County, pp. 405-406 (Hope, Hamilton Co., NY area)
He was a Private under Capt. Aaron S. Foot in the 26th Regiment, 17th Brigade, 5th Division of the NYS National Guard during the years of the Civil War.

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Van Arnam, Jacob E.
[Service record as Van Arum, J]
Enlisted 12 Aug 1862 at Northampton, NY, age 20 as
Private, Battery D, 4th NY Heavy Artillery
Mustered in 14 Aug 1862
Mustered out 3 June 1865 at Alexandria, VA

Filed for Invalid pension 7 Aug 1883 from NY
Application #492095, Certificate #1026914
Widow (Rosana Van Arnam) filed for pension 1 Nov 1915 from NY
Application #1055281, Certificate #800724

1850 census: Northampton, Fulton Co., NY
1860 census: Northampton, Fulton Co., NY
1870 census: Northampton, Fulton Co., NY
1880 census: Hope, Hamilton Co., NY
1890 Special schedule census: Hope, Hamilton Co., NY; PO Hope Falls
1892 State census: Hope, Hamilton Co., NY
1900 census: Gloversville, Fulton Co., NY
1910 census: Johnstown, Fulton Co., NY
1920 census: (Widow) Gloversville, Fulton Co., NY

Born: July 1842 in NY
Father: William R. Van Arnam
Mother: Mariah
Married: abt. 1868
Spouse: Rosanna
Occupation: Work on River, Tanner, Clerk, Day laborer, Lumbering - log measurer
Additional: 11 children with 10 surviving in 1900

Vanderhoof, Ezra
Enlisted 28 December 1863 at Northampton, NY, age 34 
Private, Battery D, 4th NY Heavy Artillery
Mustered in 28 December 1863
Mustered out 29 May 1865 at Washington, DC

Filed for Invalid pension 29 May 1879
Appl. #288879, Cert. #201618
Widow (Matilda Vanderhoof) applied for pension 29 July [?] from NY
Appl. #852837, Cert. #623092

1883 Fulton Co. Pension List - Vanderhoof, Ezra, Northampton, Cert. #201618, Chronic diarrhea and Malarial poisoning, $4 from Jan 1882

1850 census: Northampton, Fulton Co., NY
1860 census: Northampton, Fulton Co., NY
1870 census: Northampton, Fulton Co., NY
1880 census: Fish House, Fulton Co., NY
1890 Special Schedule census: PO Northampton, Fulton, NY; Malaria and chronic diarrhea and lung disease
1910 census: (his widow) Northampton, Fulton Co., NY
1920 census: (his widow) Northampton, Fulton Co., NY 

From History of Fulton County, by Washington Frothingham, 1892:
"Vanderhoff, Ezra, is a farmer residing in Northampton He was born in Wells, Hamilton County, July 3, 1829, a son of William and Fannie (Hutchinson) Vanderhoof. William was a native of Hamilton County. He was a farmer and shoemaker, and a Democrat in politics; his wife was a native of Dutchess County. Ezra Vanderhoof was reared on the farm. December 20, 1863, he enlisted in Company D, 4th New York Heavy Artillery, serving in the army of the Potomac until the close of the war. He was engaged in the battles of the Wilderness, Spottsylvania, Cold Harbor, Deep bottom, in frong of Petersburg, and in many minor engagements, and at the closing scenes of the Rebellion. The only wound he received was a scratch on the left elbow by a bayonet, at the battle of Cold Harbor. He was honorably discharged at Washington, in June 1865, and has been a pensioner since 1883, having been unable since the war to perform manual labor on account of loss of health. He recently sold a fine farm of 200 acres. He married on December 15, 1852, Matilda Parmenter, of Northampton. They have had two children: Philo, who died at seven years of age, and Hettie, born August 30, 1862, who is now the wife of Willis Hayden, a farmer and trader. Mr. Vanderhoof has been a Republican since the war. He has been highway commissioner seven full terms, justice of the peace four years, excise commissioner two years, and is now assessor of his town. He and his family are members of the M. E. church, of which Mr. Vanderhoff is one of the officials."

Born: 3 July 1829 in Wells, Hamilton Co., NY
Father: William Vanderhoof
Mother: Fannie Hutchinson
Married: 15 December 1852
Spouse: Matilda S. Parmenter
Occupation: Farmer
Additional: Service as: Highway commissioner, Excise commissioner, Justice of the Peace, and Town assessor
Additional: 2 children

Van hosen, Philo
From The History of Hamilton County, pp. 405-406 (Hope, Hamilton Co., NY area)
He was a Private under Capt. Aaron S. Foot in the 26th Regiment, 17th Brigade, 5th Division of the NYS National Guard during the years of the Civil War.

VanSlyke, John
[Info from 1890 census]
Enlisted 1862
Private, Co. D, 10th NY Infantry
Discharged 1865

1870 census: Mayfield, Fulton Co., NY
1890 Special schedule census: Benson, Hamilton Co., NY
1892 State census: Benson, Hamilton Co., NY
1910 census: Mayfield, Fulton Co., NY

Born: 9 Dec 1843 in NY
Married: abt. 1866
Spouse: Sarah Ann (1843-1918)
Died: 20 Nov 1918
Buried: Christie Cemetery, Mayfield, Fulton Co., NY
Occupation: Lumber man, Farmer
Additional: 6 children with 3 surviving in 1910

Varney, Reuben
Enlisted 6 Aug 1862 at Corinth, NY, age 28 as
Private, Co. F, 115th NY Infantry
Mustered in 19 Aug 1862
POW 15 Sept 1862 at Harper's Ferry, VA
Paroled 16 Sept 1862 at Harper's Ferry, VA
Died 18 Sept 1862 at Baltimore, MD
(Died en route from Harper's ferry, VA to Annapolis, MD)

1840 census: Corinth, Saratoga Co., NY
1850 census: Corinth, Saratoga Co., NY
1855 State census: Corinth, Saratoga Co., NY
1860 census: Indian Lake, Hamilton Co., NY

Born: abt. 1834 in Warren Co., NY
Father: Hosea Varney (1796-1868)
Mother: Anna D. (1812-1857)
Died: 18 Sept 1862 in Baltimore, MD
Occupation: Carpenter
Additional: all his living brothers also served:
James B., age 18, served with Batty D, 4th NY HA
Edgar, age 23, served with Batty D, 4th NY HA
Ransom, age 25, served with Co. G, 30th NY Inf
Russell, age 29, served with Co. G, 30th NY Inf.

Veilleiux, Edward
Enlisted 4 Jan 1864 at Edinburgh, NY, age 39 as
Private, Battery M, 4th NY Heavy Artillery
Mustered in 18 Jan 1864
Mustered out 29 Sept 1865 at Washington, DC

Filed for Invalid pension 19 Apr [1880]?
Application #359304, Certificate #244099
Widow (Mary Veilleiux) filed for pension 27 [Nov]? 1896 from NY
Application #644521, Certificate #615234

1870 census: Day, Saratoga Co., NY
1890 Special schedule census: Arietta, Hamilton Co., NY; disability: Sunstroke

Born: abt. 1825 Canada
Married: 1st, est. 1863
Spouse: Lucinda (Flansburgh) Clute
Married: 2nd, between 1867-1870
Spouse: Nancy Ann (Unknown) Kirkham (1821-1881) buried Edinburg Hill Cemetery, Saratoga Co., NY
Married: 3rd, After 1881
Spouse: Mary
Died: est. 1896
Occupation: Carpenter
Additional: at least 1 child

Viele, Gardner F.
[Also borne as Viele, Garden F; and Veilie, Gordon F.]
Enlisted 1 Oct 1861 at Fort Edward, NY, age 21 as
Private, Co. B, 22nd NY Infantry
Mustered in 1 Oct 1861
Wounded 14 Sept 1862 at South Mountain, MD (arm amputated)
Discharged for wounds 10 Nov 1862

Pension application under Viele, Gurdon F.
Father (Francis Viele) filed for pension 4 Feb 1867 
Application #141631
Mother (Betsey M. Viele) filed for pension 18 Jult 1870
Application #191108, Certificate #177412

1850 census: Indian Lake, Hamilton Co., NY
1860 census: Indian Lake, Hamilton Co., NY

Born: 1840 in NY
Father: Francis Viele
Mother: Betsey M. Carlton
Died: 14 Nov 1862

Viele, Leander
[Aslo borne as Veille; and Veillee]
Enlisted 2 Dec 1863 at Glens Falls, NY, age 18 as
Private, Co. L, 2nd NY Veteran Cavalry
Mustered in 3 Dec 1863
Died of disease 16 Jan 1864 at Giesboro Point, DC

1850 census: Indian Lake, Hamilton Co., NY
1860 census: Indian Lake, Hamilton Co., NY

Born: abt. 1846 in NY
Father: Francis Viele
Mother: Betsey M. Carlton
Died: 16 Jan 1864 at Giesboro Point, DC

 

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