COMPANY H 137th REGIMENT New York Volunteers
Military Register

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PRIVATES

BRINK, GEORGE
BREARLY, JAMES
CHADBORN, ENOCH B.
CROSS, DAVID I.
CAPLE, WILLIAM - Enlisted 12/14/1863 for 3 years
EMERY, GEORGE W.
EARSLEY, WILLIAM
FULLER, MARVIN - wounded November 24, 1863
FISTERLINK, WILLIAM
HASKINS, ARIS
HULL, ALFRED - formerly a Corporal
JOHNSON, DANIEL M.
KELY, JOHN
MORAN, JAMES
MIDDAUGH, IRA - wounded severly at the Battle of Chancellorsville, VA 5/2/1863
MCKONE, PATRICK
OLMSTEAD, JUDSON A. - formerly a Corporal
POST, THOMAS L. - formerly 1st Sergeant; wounded at Gettysburg July 2, 1863
PETTIS, GEORGE W.
SMITH, GEORGE N. - wounded October 29, 1863
SMITH, GEORGE D.
SILVERNAIL, JOHN
VOSBURGH, RICHARD - wounded October 29, 1863
YOUNGS, HENRY
WERKS, WILLIAM - wounded November 24, 1863
CASTALINE, MOSES J. - August 21, 1863
MORSE, SIDNEY E. - October 25, 1863
CHASE, CHARLES - October 23, 1863
FULLER, WALTER S. - October 23, 1863
CRUM, LAFAYETTE - discharged December 11, 1863 from gunshot wound received at Gettysburg, Penn.
SNYDER, SAMUEL - February 4, 1864
TUCKER, WILLIAM H. - April 2, 1864
MONROE, HENRY - April 2, 1864

TRANSFERRED

KELTLER, HENRY - To V. R. C. July 1, 1863
ALLEN, MATTHEW - To V. R. C. Wounded 5/3/1863
HANER, WILLIAM - To V. R. C. November 1, 1863
MAYBEE, DANIEL - To.V. R. C. December 15, 1863
BALDWIN, JACOB - To. V. R. C. April 10, 1864...wounded October 29, 1863
STRAIT, JOHN G. - O V. R. C. April 10, 1864
HAYES, IRA P. - TO V. R. C. April 10, 1864...wounded October 29, 1863

DISCHARGED

COOK, JAMES - January 14, 1863
WILLIAMS, SIMEON - February 24, 1863
EMERY, BENJAMIN F. - February 26, 1863
WAY, MERRITT M. - February 26, 1863
LUSK, JOHN H. - February 3, 1863
STARKS, WILLIAM - March 2, 1863
SCOTT, WILLIAM - April 4, 1863
FORSYTH, GEORGE - April 21, 1863
HULL, WATSON D. - May 4, 1863

CAPTAIN GEORGE DOUGLAS
Promoted from Sergeant to 2nd Lieutenant October 15, 1862; severely wounded at Gettysburg, Pennsylvannia; promoted to 1st Lieutenant September 25, 1863; Captain January 4th 1865.

ORDERLY SERGEANT WILLIAM OWEN
Promoted Corporal October 1, 1862; 4th Sergeant July 1, 1863; Orderly Sergeant December 10, 1863

SERGEANTS

ALONZO ROBINSON
CORNELIUS SWEET - Promoted from Corporal...JULY 1, 1863
EPHRAIM BOGARDUS - Promoted Corporal July 1, 1863; wounded severely July 2, 1863; Promoted Sergeant April 5, 1865
WILLIAM TUCKER - Promoted to Corporal July 3, 1863; Promoted TO Sergeant MAY 1, 1865

CORPORAL

GEORGE F. LUSK
WILLIAM H. WOOD - wounded severely October 29, 1863; Promoted May 6, 1864
WILLIAM SNYDER - Promoted April 5, 1865
EDWARD NEW - Promoted May 1, 1865
LUKE E. SEARLES - Promoted May 1, 1865
DANIEL PROBERT - Promoted May 1, 1865
FREDERICK GUILES - Promoted May 1, 1865
JOHN E. VOSBURGH - Promoted May 1, 1865

MUSICIAN

ABRAM MIDDAUGH

WAGONER

LUZERN TYLER

FORMER OFFICIERS COMMISSIONED AND NON COMISSIONED

ELI F. ROBERTS, Captain - promoted to the Chaplaincy of the Regiment November 12, 1862
CHARLES F. BARAGER, Captain - promoted from 1st Lieutenant November 12, 1862; severely wounded at Gettysbury; discharged on resignation November 4, 1864
EDGAR ELLIS...2nd Lieutenant - resigned October 10, 1862
GEORGE W. P. PEW - 1st Sergeant - Promoted 1st Lieutenant December***
BRINK, JESSE, A. Sergeant - Promoted Sergeant April, 1863; wounded severely November 24, 1863; Died at home.
EVELIN, ROBERT - Sergeant - Promoted Corporal November 6, 1863; Sergeant December 10, 1863; Died July 23, 1864 of wounds received July 20, 1864
HENRY CRONK,...Crop. - January 17, 1863
ALVIN BLY - Crop - March 12, 1863
SCOTT, HIRAM H.- Corporal - died February 23, 1863
WOOLVERTON, AMASA C.,...Corporal - wounded Ootober 29, 1863 and November 24, 1863; died July 20, 1864
VAN ETTEN, LEVI - Corporal - December 1, 1862; Returned under the President's Proclamation April 4, 1863, and deserted again April 16, 1863
(NOTE***)...There seems to be confusion here, the following information may go with George W. P. PEW?? ***2, 63 and Transferred To COMPANY C

DIED

BUCKLEY, MILES - Musician - died July 20, 1864
WHITE, SEWELL - died October 27, 1862
TOWNER, MILO B. - died at Harper's Ferry, December 15, 1862
WINFIELD, ABRAM - December 16, 1862
DRUM, GEORGE - January 16, 1863
BUTLER, JOHN - January 10, 1863
ELMONDORF, JOHN C. - February 22, 1863
TERWILLIGER, WILLIAM - March 1, 1863
STILLSON, ALFRED ...February 15, 1863
COLEMAN, WILLIAM N. ...killed at Chancellorville, May 3, 1863
GARY, JOHN R. ...died June 1, 1863
HILLS, MORDECAI ...died October 14, 1863
WHITE, LEONARD ...killed at Wauhatchie, November 8, 1863
BARTS, WILLIAM M. ...died of wounds received at Wauhatchie November 8, 1863
CONEY, CHARLES ...killed at Peach Tree Creek.July 20, 1864
SEARLS, GRIFFIN ...a recruit for 3 years; Died ..October 3, 1864
COURSEN, ABRAM ...died of wounds received in the battle July 6, 1864

DESERTED

TYLER, GEORGE E. - September 26, 1862 at Binghamton, New York
TOLCOTT, GEORGE - October 1, 1862
PHELPS, DAVID - October 1, 1862
WINANS, WESLEY ...October 27, 1862
TONER, MILO B. - deserted to enemy while on picket he was paroled and he returned to O. Our Lines, when he was arrested and pending his trial, December 15, 1862
SMITH, ENOS H. - January 16, 1863
WALKER, ISAAC M. - January 16, 1863
MORSE, SIDNEY E. - January 16, 1863, returned April 4, under the President's proclamation
HORTON, SILAS H. - WHILE HOME ON FURLOUGH, ...MARCH 1863
HOYT, ANDREW J. - while at parole camp, having been reduced to the ranks from 4th Sergeant
WILLIAMS, DANIEL J. - wounded at Wauhatchie, deserted from hospital July 1864

ENGAGEMENTS

CHANCELLORSVILLE, VA - May 1, 2, 3, 4, 1863
GETTYSBURG, PA - July 1, 2, 3, 1863
WAUHATCHIE, TENN. - October 29, 1863
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENN. - November 24, 1863
MISSION RIDGE, TENN - November 25, 1863
PEAVINE CREEK, GA. - November 26, 1863
RINGGOLD, GEORGIA - November 27, 1863
DUG GAP, GEORGIA - May 2, 1864
RESACA, GEORGIA - May 14, 15, 1864
NEW HOPE CHURCH, GEORGIA - May 25, 26, 1864
LOST MOUNTAIN, GEORGIA - June 13,14, 1864
PINE KNOB., GEORGIA - June 15, 1864
MOSES CREEK, GEORGIA - June 17, 1864
KULP'S FARM, GEORGIA - June 22, 1864
KENESAW MOUNTAIN, GEORGIA - June 27, 1864
PEACH TREE CREEK, GEORGIA - July 20, 1864
SIEGE OF ATLANTIC,. GA. - July 22, - SEPT. 2, 1864
SIEGE OF SAVANNAH, GA. - December 10 - December 21, 1864
SOUTH EDISTO RIVER, S.C. - February 12, 1865

FIELD AND STAFF

K. S. VAN VOORHEES -- COLONEL
MILO B. ELDREDGE -- LIEUT. COLONEL
FREDERICK L. STODDARD -- MAJOR
EDWIN HUCHINSON -- SURGEON
GEORGE S. REDFIELD -- ASSISTANT SURGEON
JAMES E. MIX -- ADJUTANT
E. B. STEPHENS -- QUARTERMASTER

ORGANIZED AT BINGHAMTON, NY -- SEPTEMBER 25, 1862

MUSTERED INTO UNITED STATES SERVICE AT BINGHAMTON, NY on September 25, 1862

MUSTERED OUT - June 18, 1865

A special THANKS to John W. Hilker for sharing his information on the 137th NY VOLS.. Both John and I are descended from William Owen and Eprhiam Bogardus. It is my hope that some will be aided in their search for their Civil War ancestors and others will enjoy learning more about Company H. --- Theresa Rae Donlick

(Note: This is meant as a guide, please check all information against other records available on the 137th NY Vols. Company H.)

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