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ALBUM 



OF THE 



SECOND BATTALION 



DURYEE ZOUAVES 



One Hundred and Sixty-fifth Regt. 
...New York Volunteer Infantry... 




MAY TWENTY-SIXTH 
NINETEEN HUNDRED AND SIX 



Of 




|INCE the completion a year ago of our Regi 
mental History, there have come into our 
possession war-time pictures of some of our 
Comrades, also other pictures relating to our 
Regiment which did not appear in our History Book. 

Also among the letters received from members of our old 
Regiment were some expressing regret that they had not 
arranged to furnish their pictures for the History. Finally our 
Veteran Association decided to issue a notice to all surviving 
Comrades of the Regiment that an Album would be prepared 
to be issued at the time of our annual dinner in 1 906, such 
Album to contain the pictures in the illustrated History and such 
others as the Album Committee could procure in the interval, 
and that this last opportunity would be afforded to survivors of 
our old Regiment to have their pictures, either taken before or 
since the war, included in the Album. 

The work herewith presented is the result, and it will, we 
trust, prove a valuable supplement to our Regimental History. 



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MAJOR-GENERAL ABRAM DURYEE. 

Major-General Abram Duryee was a member of the Seventh Regiment. N. Y. N. G., 
for 21 years, in which regiment he was promoted from private through the different 
grades to Colonel, which office he held for ten years. 

On the outbreak of the Civil War he organized the famous Duryee Zouaves, 5th N. Y. 
Vols., and was soon afterwards promoted to Brigadier General, and then to Major- 
General. He died Sept, 27, 1890, aged 76 years. 

Our regiment, the 2d Duryee Zouaves, 165th N. Y. Vol. Infantry, was also named 
after General Duryee. who took a lively interest in our Veteran Association, and presided 
at its first public meeting. 




LIEUT.-COL. AiiEL SMITH, JR. 
As he was in 1862 

Apre 24 years, mustered in the United States service Nov. 28, 1862, as Lieutenant- 
Colonel of the 165th Regt. N. Y. Vols.. 2 i Duryee Zouaves, severely wounded at Port Hud 
son. La.. May 2T, 186:j. and died from effect of wounds June 23, 1863. 






LIEUT. -CoL. 




As he was in 1862. 



Severely wounded in the breast on the assault of Port Hudson, La., May 27, 1868. 
Died from the effect of the wound, June 23, 1863. 




LIEUTENANT-COLONEL GOUVKRNEUR CARR, of the l65th N. Y. Vols. 

As he was in 1862 while an officer in the 5th N. Y. Vols. 

Ag> 24 years, enrolled April 2o, ISfil, at New York City, mustered in as 1st Lieutenant 
Co. B, 5th Regt., N Y. Vols . Duryee Zouaves, May 9. 1861, promoted to Captain Sept. 3, 
1861. honorably discharged Sept. 30, 1S62. for promotion to Major 165th Regt.. N. Y. Vols., 
2d Duryee Zouaves, mustered in Nov. 2S. 1862. wounded May 27. 1868, promoted to Lieu 
tenant-Colonel . wounded at the battle of Sabine Cross Rords. La.. April 8. 1864, 
honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1865, died Sept. 23, 1SS9. 




COL. FELIX AGNUS 

Age 22, enlisted April 15, 1861, at N. Y. City, in the 5th Regt.. N. Y. Vol Infantry 
Duryee Zouaves, and was mustered in as a Sergeant of Co. H, May i>. ISM. promoted 1st 
Sergeant July 20, 1861. and 2d Lieutenant Sept. 6, 1S61, and 1st Lieutenant of Co- D July 8 
S62. -\\ ounded in action at Games Mills, Va.. June 27, 1862. discharged Sept . ISttt 




GEN. FELIX AGNUS 
As he was in 1904 

Enlisted in the 165th Regt., N. Y. Vol. Infantry. 2d Duryee Zouaves, as Captain of Co. 
A, Sept. 15, 1S62, promoted Major Sept. 2. 1863, promoted Lieutenant-Colonel July l s t>4 
Breveted Brigadier-One ral March 13, 1865. resigned July 26, 1H65. 

Member of Wilson Post No. 1. Department of Maryland. G. A. H; Member of District 
of Columbia Commandery Military Order of Loyal Legion of U. S.: decorated by Govern 
ment of France with order of Nichau-El-Auouar. a division of its famous Legion of Honor. 




DR. JAMES F. FERGUSON 
As he was in 1903 

Age 24 years, served as Assistant Surgeon May 21, ISfil. S2d N. Y. Vol. Infantry, 
wounded in the leg at the first battle of Bull Run, taken prisoner and was exchanged Aug. 
21, 1S 32, and Sept. 9, 1862, joined the 165th Regt.. N. Y. Vols.. 2d Duryee Zouaves, as Sur 
geon, commissioned Major, and assigned as Medical Director of the Department of the 
Gulf with rank as a Lieutenant-Colonel, and was honorably discharged March 15, 1^04, 
died Jan. <5, 1904. 




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DR. GEORGE C. HUBBARD 
As he was in 1897 

Age 31 years, enlisted Sept. 12. 1S62, in the 165th Regt., N.Y. Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves, 
promoted from Assistant Surgeon to Surgeon May 19. 1S64, Medical Purveyor 19th Army 
Corps, Red River campaign under Major-General W. B. Franklin, appointed special 
attending Physician to Brigadier-General Rieketts, who was wounded at Winchester, 
Virginia, honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1S65, died Aug. 3, 189S. 




ASHER M. ELSWORTH 
As he was in the 7th Regt., N. G. N. Y., 1861 

At the age of 24 years enrolled in the 165th Regt., N. Y. Vote., 2d Duryee Zoxiaves, as 
1st" Lieutenant and Quartermaster Sept. 6, 1862, and died of Chronic Dysentery Aug. 14, 
1863, at Port Hudson, La. 



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LIEUT. ASHER M. ELSWORTH 
As he was in 1863 

At the age of 24 years enrolled as 1st Lieutenant and Quartermaster 165th Regt. 
N. Y. Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves, Sept. 6, 1862. Died Aug. 14. 1863, at Port Hudson, La. 



ijeafoquarters Tilt lfogtm?nt 

NATIONAL GUARD, N. Y. 

New York, Nov. 17th, 1905. 
Mr. JOHN A. VANDERBILT, 

926 Trinity Avenue, 

Borough of the Bronx. 

Sir: I am directed by Colonel Appleton to furnish 
you with the following information: 

Asher M. Ellsworth joined Co. "F" of this Regiment, 
on Oct. 3d, 1 856, age 1 8 years. He was enrolled in the 
U. S. service on April 1 7th, 1 86 1 , in New York City, by 
Colonel Lefferts, and mustered into the U. S. service on the 
26th of April, 1861, in Washington, D. C, by Major 
McDowell, U. S. Army. 

He was mustered out of the U. S. service in New 
York City on June 3d, 1 86 1 , by Lieut. Coggswell, U. S. 
Army. He was enrolled in the U. S. service May 25th, 
\ 862, in New York City, by Colonel Lefferts, and mustered 
into the U. S. service June 1 9th, 1 862, in Baltimore, Md., 
by Colonel Beale, U. S. Army. He was promoted Cor 
poral July 24th, 1 862, and was mustered out of the U. S. 
service Sept. 5th, 1 862, in New York City, by Captain 
Mott, U. S. Army. 

On the 7th Regiment Roll of Honor, published in 
Clark s History of the 7th Regiment, he appears with the 
title of Lieutenant in the U. S. Volunteers. 

Respectfully, 

D. W. C. FALLS, 

Adjutant 7th Regiment. 




RAYMOND T. STARR 
As he was in 1890. 

Ase 35 years, enlisted as a Quartermaster-Pergreant Sept. 6, 1S62. 165th Regt, N. Y. 
Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves, promoted Quartermaster May 15, 1S64, honorably discharged 
Sept. 1. 1865. " 







HOSPITAL STEWARD JOSHUA KIMBER 
As he was in 1862 

Age 27, enlisted Sept, 10, 1862. as Hospital Steward of the 106th Regt. N. Y. Vols. 
2d Duryee Zouaves, and honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1865. 




REV. JOSHUA KIMBER as he is in 1906. 

Chaplain of the Veteran Association ami Chaplain of Alfred M. Wood Post No. 368, 
G. A. R., Dept. N. Y. 3d Vice- President of Army of Potomac. 








SERGT. -MAJOR JOHN W. DTCKINS, Co. A 
As he v/as in 1862. at the age of 21 years 

Enlisted as a private October 12, 1862. in Co. A. 165th N. Y. Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves. 
Promoted Corporal. Nov. 25, 186-2; Sergeant. April 1863; Sfrgt. -Major. Sept. 20, 1S63. 
Honorably discharged to accept commission as Captain Co. K. 100th U. S C. T., Aug. 8, 
1864. 




LIEUT.-COL. JOHN W. DICKINS AND HIS DAUGHTER MARY, AGE 5^ YEARS 

As they were in 1905 
A member of Geo. H. Thomas Post No. 6, G. A. R., Dept. of Louis v;i}ie.; f .; 



JOHN WHITBY DICKINS. 



Born at Wigan, County of Lancashire, England, June 24, 1841. 

Landed in New York, February, 1857. Attended school Williston 
Seminary, Easthampton, Mass. Taught school Winter of 1859. Studied 
law 1860-1861; firm of Hagner & Smith, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

April 23, 1861, enlisted in Co. E, 71st N. Y. S. M. Captured at 
battle of Bull Run ; four months in Libby Prison, Richmond, Va, ; four 
months in Parish Prison, New Orleans, La. Associate Editor "The Stars 
and Stripes in Rebeldom ;" three months in Confederate Prison, Salisbury, 
N. C. July, 1 862, paroled. Exchanged September, 1 862. 

October, 1862, enlisted in Co. A, 165th N. Y. Nov. 25, 1862, 
promoted Corporal ; April, 1 863, promoted Sergeant ; wounded at the 
battle of Port Hudson, La., May 27, 1863; September 20, 1863, 
promoted Sergeant- Major. August 8, 1864, honorably discharged to 
accept commission as Captain in U. S. C. T. Mustered in as Captain Co. 
K, 1 00th U. S. C. T., to date as of July 1 6, 1 864. March 1 3, 1 864, 
breveted Major and Lieutenant-Colonel for uniform gallantry and good con 
duct, and for especial bravery at the battle of Nashville, Tenn. December 
25, 1865, mustered out of the service by order of the War Department. 
Discharge reads: "Character, excellent; a brave, skillful and most efficient 
officer. Henry L. Stone, Lt.-Col. 1 00th U. S. Col. Inf., Brevet-Col. U. S. 
Vols., Comd g." Served in Quartermaster and Commissary Depts, and 
Bureau of Freedmen and Abandoned Lands. 1867 to 1902, Expert 
Accountant. June, 1902, commissioned in Internal Revenue Service, at 
Louisville, Ky., where he is at present, October, 1905. 




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Confederate Parole to Color Corporal Peter Biegel, Co. C, 165th Rogt, N. Y. . ols., 2d Du-y^e Zouaves. 

January 5, 1865. 




REGIMENTAL FLAGS OF THE 165 REGT. 

N. Y. VOLUNTEERS, 2D DURYEE ZOUAVES 

1862-1865 




OUR GUIDON FLAGS 

The brave men who carried them are Sergeant Alex. S. Fosdick, Co. E, severely 
wounded by a grape shot on the assault at Port Hudson, La.. May 27, 1863, died from the 
effects of wounds Aug. 7, 1863. 

Sergeant Andrew White, Co. E, wounded June 29, 1S63, at Port Hudson, wounded at 
the battle of Sabine Cross Roads, April 8. 1864. 

Sergeant Elbert O. Steves, Co. B, badly wounded at the battle of Sabine Cross Roads. 
April 8, 1864. 




CHAS. A. WALKER 

As he was in 1861 

5th N.Y. Vols., Duryee Zouaves 

Age 19 years, enlisted July IS, 1861, at New York City, mustered in as private Co. I, 
July 29. 1861. 5th Regt. N.Y. Vols., Duryee Zouaves, to serve three years. Promoted Cor 
poral Feb. 20, 18G2. Discharged to date Nov. 17. 1862. for promotion to 2d Lieutenant Co. 
A, 165th N. Y. Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves, to date from Sept. 12, 18G2; 1st Lieutenant Aug. 
2S, 1863. to date from Jan. 13, 1H68: Captain Jan. 1, 1864, to date from July 13, 1863. Breveted 
Major 1865. Honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1S65. 




CHAS. A. WALKER 
As he was in 1862 

Age 19 years, enlisted July 18, 18<il, at New York City, mustered in as private. Co. I, 
July 29. 1S61. 5th Regt., N.Y.Vols., Duryee Zouaves, to serve three years. Promoted Cor 
poral Feb. 20, 1862. Discharged to date Nov. 17, 1862, for promotion to 2d Lieutenant Co. 
A, 165th N. Y. Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves, to date from Sept. 1*2, 1862; 1st Lieutenant Aug. 
28, 1863. to date from Jan. 13, 1863; Captain Jan. 1, 1S64. to date from July 13. 1S63, Breveted 
Major 1865. Honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1865. 




Major CHAS. A. WALKER 
As he was in 1905 




Lieut. ANDREW NAPIER, Co. A 
As he was in 1863 

Sept. 5, 1S62, at the age of 21 years, enlisted as a private in Co. D. 165th Kept. N. Y. 
Vols.. 2d Duryee Zouaves. Promoted to Sergeant Nov 28. 1P62. Promoted to 2d Lieu 
tenant Sept. i5. 1863, to Co. A. and 1st Lieutenant Aug. 20, 1864. Wounded in the leg: at 
the battle of Pleasant Hill April 9, 1864. Honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1S65. Died Dec. 
17, 18S9. 




HANSON C. GIBSON, 
As he was in 1864. 

\ge> 23 years, enlisted as a private March. 1864, Co. B. Commissioned by Hon. Horatio 
Seymour, Governor of the State of New York, as 2d Lieutenant Co. A, Oct. 30. 1804 to 
date from Sept. 27. 18G4, and was Provost Judge at Savannah, Ga., May and June, 1865. 
Honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1865. 




Our second Vice-President 

Lieutenant HANSON C. GIBSON 

Co. A 1905. 

Member of Alexander Hamilton Post No. 1S2, G. A R.. Dept. New York. 





First Sergt. JOHN FLEMING 
As he was in 1865 

Age 19 years, enlisted as a private Aug. 19, 1862, Co. A, 165th Hegt. N. Y. Vols., 
2d Duryee Zouaves. Promoted to Corporal Sept. 5, 1862; to Sergeant Nov. 25, 1862; 
1st Sergeant Nov. 1, 1868. Honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1SG5. 




As he was in 1905 
Our first Vice-President 

Commander of Alfred M. Wood Post No. S6S. G. A. R., Dept. N. Y. Executive Mem 
ber, Society of the 19th Army Corps. 




JOSEPH DONALI.Y 
As he was in 1865 

Age 32 years, enlisted as a private Sept. 15. 1862, Co. A, 165th Regt. N. Y. Vols., 2d 
Duryee Zouaves. Promoted to Corporal Oct. 1, 186 J, and Sergeant Jan. 14, 1863. Wounded 
at Port Hudson, La.. June 29, 18i3. Honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1865. 

P. S. Sergeant Donally has served with the regiment since its organization. I have 
always found him a ready, active, and intelligent non commissioned officer. 

GOVERNOR CARR, Lieutenant Colonel. 




Sergeant JOSEPH DONALLY, Co. A 
As he was in 1905 




Sergt. GEO. W. HROMHEAD, Co. A 
As he was in 1886 

Sept. 16. 18(52. at the age of 22 years, enlisted as a private in Co A, 165th RegtN.Y. 
Vols 2nd Duryee Zouaves. Promoted Corporal April 1, 1864, and Sergt. June 26, 1865. 
Honorably discharged Sept. 1. lt-65. Died Dec. 3. 1896. 




JOSIAH C. DIXON and CHARLES MONELL, Co. A 
As they were in 1862 

Age IS years, enlisted as a piivate in Co. A. 165th Regt. N. Y. Vols.. 2d Duryee 
Zouaves, Sept. 21, 1862. Promoted Corporal Jan. 1, 1863; Sergeant Jan. 9, 1S65. 
Honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1S65. 

Age 15 years, enlisted as a musician in Co. A, 165th Regt. N Y. Vols., 2d Duryee 
Zouaves, Sept. 10, 1S(52. Honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1S65. 



Josiah C. Dixon is a Past Commander of Geo. R. Strong Post No. 534, G. A. R., 
Dept. New York. 




Corporal JOHN J. CLANCY, Co. A 
As he was in 1862 

Age 18 years, enlisted Sept. 15, 1SG2, as private Co. A, 165th Regt. N. Y. Vols., 2d 
Duryee Zouaves. Promoted Corporal .June 20, 1805. Honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1^5 




Corporal JOHN J. CLANCY, Co. A 
As he was in 1905 

Member of Lafayette Post No. 140. G. A. R.. Dept. N. Y. 




Corporal JAMES MCCAFFERTY, Co. A 
As he was in iSS6 

Age 21 years, enlisted as a private Sept. 3. 1S62, Co A, 165th Regt. N. Y. Vols., 2d 
Duryee Zouaves. Promoted Corporal 1H63. Honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1865. 
Member of Uniformed Company. 




Corporal JAMES MCCAFFERTY, Co. A 
As he was in 1905 

Age 21 years, enlisted as a private Sept. 3, 1862. Co. A. 165th Regt. N. Y. Vols., 2d 
Duryee Zouaves. Promoted to Corporal. Honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1565." 




Color Corporal JOHN A. VANDERBILT and Private DAVID LEWIS, Co. A 
As they were in 1863 

Age 18 and 17 years, enlisted Sept. 15 and Sept. 18, 1862. Co. A. 165th Regt. N. Y.Vols., 
2d Duryee Zouaves. Both honorably discharged Sept. 1. 

Private Lewis was the hero of the battle of Monetis Hluff, Cane River, La., April 23. 
1864. He forded the river up to his waist in advance of our army. 




Private DAVID LEWIS, Co. A 
As he was in igoo 




Our Treasurer 
Corporal JOHN A. VANDF.RBILT, Co. A 1905 

Left General Guide, Uniformed Company, Past Jr. Vice-Commander of Wm. D. 
Kennedy Post No. 42. G. A. R., Dept. N. Y. 




Our Treasurer, JOHN A. VANDERBILT 
As he is in 1906 

Past Jr. Vice-Commander of William D. Kennedy Post No. 42, G A. R Dept New 
or , k - S. rved . as aide-de-camp to Gen. George A. Treadwell, Dept. Commander of New 
\ork, HW7. Aide-de-camp to Gen. John Palmer. National Commander-in Chief 1S97. 




Corporal RICHARD BAKER 
As he was in 1862 

Age IS years, enlisted as a private in Co. A. 165th Regt. N. Y. Vols , 2d Duryee 
Zouaves, Sept. 20. 1862. promoted Corporal and honorably discharged Sept. 1. 1S65. 
Member of Uniformed Company. 




Private JOHN REILLY, Co. A 
As he was in 1900 

Age 18 years, enlisted as a private Sept. 4, 1862, in Co. A. 165th Regt., N.Y. Vols ., 2nd 
Duryee Zouaves, wounded at Port Hudson. La., June 14, 1S63, honorably discharged Sept. 
1, 1S65. 




Private JAMES A. MILLS, Co. A 
As he was in 1865 

At the age of 18 years, unlisted as a private Sept. 23, 1862. in Co. A. 165th Regt. N. Y. 
Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves. Taken prisoner at the battle of Sabine Cross Roads, La , on 
the morning of the 9th April. 1804. Honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1865. , D ied August > 

26. 1898. 




ELIAS H. TUCKER 
As he was in 1905 

Age 18 ypfirs. enlisted as a private in Co. A, 165th Regt. N.Y.Vols , 2d Duryee Zouaves. 
Sept. 12. 18G2. Wounded at Ponchatoula. La., March 24. 18C3. Honorably discharged 
Sept. 1, 18(i5. 



Military Record of the Group of Co. A, 165th Regt. N. Y. Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves : 

George W. Bromhead, age 22 years, enlisted Sept. 16. 1S6 2, as a private in Co. A. 
Promoted to Corporal April 1 . 1864, and Sergeant June 26, 1865. Died Dec. 3, 1S96. 

Charles M. Whitney, age 19 years, enlisted Sept. 8, 1862, as a private in Co. A. Pro 
moted Corporal May 20, 1S65. 

Charles Carl or Carroll, 19 years, enlisted Oct. 27. 1862, as a private in Co. A. 
Wounded May 27, 1863, at Port Hudson. La. 

Josiah C. Dixon, age 18 years, enlisted as a private in Co. A, Sept. 21, 1862. Promoted 
Corporal Jan. 1863, Sergeant Jan. 9, 1865. 

John Brady, age 19 years, enlisted as a private in Co. A. Nov. 14, 1862. Wounded at 
Ponchatoula, La., March 24. 1863. 

Richard Baker, age IS years, enlisted as a private in Co. A, Sept. 20, 1862. Promoted 
to Corporal. 

Albert N. White, age 23 years, enlisted as a private in Co. A, Jan. 8, 1863. Promoted 
to Corporal Oct. 17, 1863; Sergeant May 20, 1865. Died Dec. 9, 1891. 

All honorably discharged Sept. 1. 1865. 




JOSEPH O. LE-CLAIRE 
As he was in 1863 

Age 35 years, enlisted as a private in O. A, 165th Regt. N. Y. Vols.. 2d Dury< 
Zouaves, Aug. 16, 1863. Honorably discharged Sept. 1. 1S63. Died at New Orleans, La. 




VICTOR M. GABRIELLE 
As he was in 1863 

Ajfe 25 years, enlisted as a private in Co. A. 165th Regt. N. Y.Vols , 2d Duryee Zouaves. 
Jan. s. 1863, wounded at the battle of Pleasant Hill April 9, 1864, and honorably discharged 




Private VICTOR M. GABRIELLE, Co. A 
As he was in 1905 




JAMES E. CRAFT, Co. A. 
As he was 1862 

Age 20 years, enlisted as a private Sept. 10, 18G2. in Co. A. 165th Regt. N Y. Vols. 
2d Duryee Zouaves. Honorably discharged October 10, 1SG4. 




Private JAMES E. CRAFT, Co. A 
As he was in 1890 



A member of Charles J. Powers Post No. 391. G. A. R.. Dept. New York. Also a 
member of W. T. Sheiman No. 2 Command. Union Veterans Union. 




CAPT. HENRY \V. HICKS, JR., 
Co. B 

As he was in 1862 

In 1861 enlisted as a private, Co. F. 71st Regt., N. (i. N. Y.. joining al Washington. 
D. C., and taking part with them in the first battle of Bull Run, July 21, 1S(>1, returned 
with Regiment August, 1861, May 25. 186 - , enlisted as private in Co. F. "th Regt.. N. G. 
N. Y., mustered out Sept. 5. 1S6-J, age 24 enrolled and mustered in as a Captain of Co. B, 
165th Regt , N. Y. Vols.. 2d Duryee Zouaves, Sept. IS, 1862, discharged July 31. 1^63. died 
Aug. IS, 1863. 



Before Port Hudson, June 11,1 863. 
Dear Sam: 

We have made an attack on the Batteries here and we 
have sustained very heavy loss and were repulsed, as I have 
already informed you through a letter to mother. We are 
about to make another assault, and I have been detailed, with 
one hundred and fifty (1 50) men, to lead it. That is to be the 
forlorn hope. I send this through a friend of mine who is kind 
enough to volunteer to see it posted from New Orleans. The 
affair will be pretty desperate. I will let you know at the 
earliest opportunity what the result may be. I merely write this 
to let you know where I am and to be prepared for anything 
that may happen. In case I fall, I will bid you now an affec 
tionate farewell. 

Your affectionate brother, 

HENRY W. HICKS, Jr., 

Acting Major 165th N. Y. S. V., 2d Zouaves. 

Don t say anything to the family until you hear the result. 
If I fall, my friends in the regiment will inform you. 




CAPT. JOHN P. MORRIS 
As he was in 1862 



r) ge 26 years enlisted as a 1st Lieutenant Oct. 2T, 1862, Co. E. 165th Regt.. N. Y 
Sept. 1/1S65, died June^S."!^!! B Sept 11> 1S6i llcnorab v <"- Sc 



Vols 




LIKUT. HENRY W. VANCE 
Co. B 

As he was in 1863 

Signed the roll as a private, Co. F. 7th Regt., N. G. N. Y., March 9th, 185S, went to 
Washington. D. C., with the Regiment April 19 to June 3, 1861, mustered out of service 
May, 1862. went out with Regiment to Baltimore. M. D., was promoted Corporal and 
Sergeant May 25, 1862, to Sept. 5, 1862; whole term of service, seven years at the age of 
26 years he enrolled as 1st Lieutenant, Sept. 18, 1862, <Jo. B, 165th Regt., N.Y.Vols., 2d Dur- 
yee Zouaves, resigned Jan. 19, 1864. 




LIEUT. HENRY W. VANCE 

Co. B 
As he is in 1906 




MATTHIAS JOHNSTON 

Co. B 

As he was in 1862 in the iGsth N. Y. Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves 
Aare 22 years, enlisted as a private April 25. 1S61, Co. F, 8th Regt.. N. Y. S. M., dis 
charged Aug. 2, 1861, enlisted as a private Sept. 16, 1861, Co. B. 53d N. Y. Vols.. D Epinual 
Zouaves, discharged March 20. 1862, as a Sergeant in Washington. D. C., enlisted as a 
private Aug. 26. 1862, Co. B, 165th Regt.. N. Y. Vols.. 2d Duryee Zouaves, promoted to 
1st Sergeant Aug. 20th, wounded at Port Hudson. La.. May 27, 1863, promoted to 2d Lieu 
tenant July 13, 1863, honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1865. 




LIEUT. MATTHIAS JOHNSTON 

Co. B 

Captain of the Uniformed Company 
As he was in 1904 

Age 22 years, enlisted as a private April 25, 1861. Co. F. Sth Reprt.. N. Y. S. M.. dis 
charged Aug. 2, 1S61. enlisted as a private Sept. 16, 1S61, Co. B, 53d N. Y. Vols. D Epinual 
Zonaves, discharged March 20. 18R2. as a Sergeant in Washington, D. C., enlisted as a 
private Aug. 26. 136->. Co. B. 165th Regt.. N. Y. Vols.. 2d Duryee Zouaves, promoted to 
1st Sergeant Aug. 26, 1862. wounded at Port Hudson. La., May 27, 1863. promote! to 2d 
Lieutenant July 13, 1363, honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1S65. now Captain of the T T i,ioi^?d 
Company, member of Harry Lee Post, No. 21, G. A. R., Dept. N Y., Past Officer of 
the Day. 




SERGJ. GEORGE E. COGSWELL 
Co. B 

As he was in 1862 



Age 19 years, enlisted Sept., 1862, as a private in Co. B. 165th Reg*., J\ T . V. Vcls., 
2d Duryee Zouaves, promoted Sergeant November 28, 1862, died April 1*1 1S6C, at C,-\mp 
Parapet, La. 




Ei. BERT O. STEVES 
As he was in 1862 

Age 21 years, enlisted Aug. 2, 1S62, as a private in Co. B, 165th Regt., N. Y. Vols., 
2d Duryee Zouaves, promoted to Sergeant Nov. 28, 1862, and left and right General Guide 
and taken prisoner at the battle of Port Hudson, La., May 27, 1863. escaped by digging 
and swimming, etc.: badly wounded in the left arm at the battle of Sabine Cross Roads 
April 8. 1864, honorably discharged Aug. 2, 1865. 




LEFT GENERAL GUIDE, SERGT. ELBERT O. STEVES 
Co. B 

As he was in 1863 




SERGT. ELBERT O. STEVES 

As he was in 1886 
A member of Alexander Hamilton Post, No. 182, G. A. R., Dept. N. Y. 




RIGHT-LEFT GENERAL GUIDE, SERGT. ELBERT O. STEVES 
Co. B 

As he was in 1905 

1st Lieutenant of the Uniformed Company, and member of Alexander Hamilton Post, 
No. 182. G. A. R., Dept. of N. Y. 




MAJOR JOHN ENGEL 
As he was in 1905 

Age 17. enlisted as a private of Co. B, 165th Regt.. N. Y. Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves, 
Sept. 1, 1862, promoted Corporal Sept. 26, 1862, and Sergeant Sept. 27, 1863, and Color 
Bearer of the regiment 1864, and was wounded at the battle of Cane River, La., April 23, 
1864, and honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1S65. 

Was mustered in with Co. C, of the 2d Battalion on Oct. 8, 1372, as private, served 
as such, then Sergeant, next 1st Lieutenant, then Captain, and in 1897 was elected as 
Major of the 2d Battalion, 2d Regiment, N. G N. J. 

Was mustered into service of the United States for American and Spanish War on 
May 2. 1S98, as Major of the 2d Battalion, 2d Regiment of New Jersey, U. S.Vols., mii?ttre>l 
out of United States service Nov., 189S. 

Whole term of service in National Guard, from 1S72 to 1S99. 

Member of the Spanish War Veterans and Past Dept. Commander of New Jersey IflOC to 
1904, Past Commander of James McPherson Post, No. 52, G. A. R., Dept. New j3-ey. 




HUGH GRAHAM 
As he was in 1862 

Age 18 years, enlisted as a private in Co. B, 165th Regt., N. Y. Vols., 2d Duryee 
Zouaves, Oct. 8 1SG2, was a Sergeant March, 1S64. wounded at the battle of Pleasant 
Hill, La., April 9, 1S64, honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1865. 




SERGEANT HUGH GRAHAM 

Co. B 

As he was in 1905 
A member of John A. Andrew Post, No. 15, G. A. R., Dept. of Massachusetts. 




CORPORAL JOSEPH SUTLIFF 

Co. B 
As he is in 1906 

At the age of 21 years enlisted as a private Sept. 26, 1S62. Co. B, 165th Re^r.. N. Y- 
Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves, promoted Corporal Sept. 2$, 1S02. honorably discharged 
Sept. 1, 1805. 




PRIVATE CHAS. G. HUGHES 
Co. B 

As he was in 1905 

At the age of 20 years enlisted as a private Oct. as, 1862, in Co. B.. 165th Regt,, N. Y. 
Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves, taken prisoner at Sabine Cross Roads La., on the morning 
of April 9, 1861, honorably discharged July 25, 1805. 




THEODORE L. MITCHELL OR MICHEL 
As he was in 1862 



Age 17 years enlisted as a private, Co. B, 165th Rest.. N. Y. Vols.. 2d Duryee Zouaves, 
Sept. 30, 1862, wounded at Port Hudson. La., May 27. 



1, 1865. 



18(i3, honorably discharged Sept- 




PRIVATE THEODORE L. MICHHL 

Co. B 

As he was in 1905 
A member of Phillip R. Schuyler Post. No. 51. G. A. R., Uept. of Pennsylvania. 




PRIVATE JOHN A. VOOKHEES 

Co. B 
As he was in 1864 

Age 18 years, enlisted as a private Oct. 15. 1S64, in Co. B, 165th Regt., N. Y. Vols., 
2d Duryee Zouaves, honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1865. 




PRIVATE JOHN A. VOORHEES 

Co. B 

As he was in 1905 
Member of Uniformed Company 




CAPTAIN WILLIAM W. STEVENSON 

Co. C 
As he was in iSSS 

Age 30. enrolled as a private May 25, 1862. Co. F, ?th Regt. N. G. N. Y., mustered 
June 9, 1862. and honorably discharged Sept. 5. 1862. 

Age 31 years, mustered in as a Captain in Co. C, 165th Regt. N. Y. Vols.. 2d Duryee 
Zouaves, Sept. 22. 1862, commissioned Major Oct. 20. 1SG5. with rank from July 26. 18S5, 
and Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel, honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1865. Died March 4. 1SS9. 




ist LIEUTENANT E. HAMPTON MULFORD 

Co. C 
As he was in 1862 

Age 37 years, enrolled and mustered as a 1st Lieutenant Co. C, 165th Regt. N. Y. 
Vols..2d Duryee Zouaves, Infantry, Sept.23, 1862, and resigned Nov. 3,1863. Died Nov. 23. 1387. 




IST LIEUT. GUSTAVUS F. LINQUIST 

Co. C 
As he was in 1864 

At the age of 32 years enlisted as a private Co. A, 5th Regt. N. Y. Vols., Duryee 
Zouaves, April 25, 1861, promoted Corporal Aug. 3, 1861, honorably discharged Nov. 21. 1862. 

Mustered in as 2d Lieutenant Co.C, 105th Regt. N.Y.Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves, Nov. 22, 
1862, and as 1st Lieutenant Nov. 2. 1863. honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1865. Was 
brevetted Captain. 




ISt LlKUTENANT GUSTAVUS F. LlNQUIST 

Co. C 

As he is in 1906 

Ac the age of 32 years enlisted as a private, Co. A, 5th Regt. N. Y. Yols., Duryee 
Zouaves. April 25, 1S61, promoted Corporal August 3, 1S61, honorably discharged Nov. 21, 
1862. 

Mustered in as 2d Lieutenant Co. (\ 165th Regt. N.Y.Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves Nov. 22, 
1862. and as 1st Lieutenant Nov. 2, JS63, honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1&65. Was brevetted 
Captain. 

Member of Custer Post No. 6, G. A. R., Dept. of Tacoma, Wash., and a member of Loyal 
Legion of U. S., Commandery, Washington, D. C. 




SERGT. CHRISTOPHER B. MOORE AND SERGT. SAMUEL S. SWEET, Co. C 
As they were at Martinsburgh, Va., Oct. 1864. 

SERGT. CHRISTOPHER B. MOORE 

Age 17 years, enlisted as a private Sept. 10, 1862, in Co. C, 165th Regt. N. Y. Vols., 
2d Duryee Zouaves, promoted to Corporal Sept. 23, 1862, wounded at the battle of Port 
Hudson. La., May 27, 1863, promoted Sergeant August 18. 1863, honorably discharged 
Sept. 1, 1865. 

SERGT. SAMUEL S. SWEET 

Age 21 years, enlisted as a private September 12, 1862, in Co. C, 165th Regt, N. Y. Vols., 
2d Duryee Zouaves, promoted Sergt. Dec. 12, 1863, and IstSergt. April 15, 18(55, honorably 
discharged Sept. 1, 1865. Died August 23, 1902. 




SERGT. CHRISTOPHER B. MOORE 

Co. C 
As he was in 1862 

Age 17 vears. enlisted as a private Sept. 10, 1S62, in Go. C, 165th Regt. N. Y. Vols., 
2d Duryee Zouaves, promoted to Corporal Sept. 23, 1862. wounded at the battle of Port 
Hudson. La., May 27, 1863, promoted Sergeant August 18. 1863, honorably discharged 
Sept. 1, 1865. 




COL. CHRISTOPHER B. MOORE 

Co. C 
As he is in 1906 

At the age of 1? years enlisted as a private Sept. 10, 1862, Co. C, l5th Regt. N. Y. Yols.. 
2d Duryee Zouaves, promoted Corporal Sept. 23, 1862, wounded at the battle of Port 
Hudson. La.. May 27, 1S63. promoted Sergeant August IS, 1S63. honorably discharged 
Sept. 1, 1S65. A charter member and Past Commander of Edward Huntting Post. No. 353, 
G. A. R.. Dept. New York. 




SERGT. JOHN NEWERT 

Co. C 
As he was in 1862 

At the age of 27 years enlisted as a private Sept. 10, 1862, Co. C. 165th Regt. N. Y. 
Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves, promoted Corporal March 7. 1864, and Sergt. April 15, 1865. 
honorably discharged Sept. 1. 1865. 

Member of Edward Huntting Post No. 353, G. A. K. Dept. N. Y. 




COLOR CORPORAL PKTER BIEGEL Co. C 
As he was in 1862 

Age IT years, enlisted as a private May 16, 1862, in Co. E, llth N. Y. S. M , Washington 
Rifles, discharged Sept., 1862, re-enlisted in Sept.. 1^62, for 5th Regt. N. Y. Vols. Duryee 
Zouaves, transferred to Co. C. 105th Regt. N. Y. Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves. Sept. 24, 1862, 
mustered in United States service Nov. 23, 1862. taken prisoner at Subine Cross Roads, 
La., April 9, 18(54, was captured on out picket post, was confined at Camp Gross, Texas, 
exchanged on 12th day of Dec.. 18(54, and paroled Jan. 5. isdo. and was in St. Louis Hos 
pital at New Orleans, La., until 5th day of May, 18(55. and returned to the regiment, 
promoted to Color Corporal June 12. 18(55*. honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1S65. 




PETER BIEGEL 

Co. C 
As he was in 1905 

Sergeant of the Uniformed Company 




Our Sergeant-at-arms 
COLOR CORPORAL PETER BIEGEL 



Co. C 1905 

Sergt. of Uniformed Company and a member of Vanderbilt Post 136. (Jr. A. R., Dept. N. Y. 
Member of Vanderbilt Camp No. 5. Sons of Veterans, U. S. A., N. Y. 




CORPORAL JOHN GEERING 
Co C. 

As he was 1862 

At the age of 32 years enlisted as a private in Co. C, 165th Regt. N. Y. Vols.. 2d 
Duryee Zouaves. Sept. 18, 1862. promoted Corporal August IS, 1863. taken prisoner at the 
battle of Sabine Cross Roads, La., April S, 1864, exchanged January 5, 1865. Died Feb 
ruary 8, 1865. 




CORPORAL D. HALSEY WILLIAMSON 

Co. C 
As he was in igoo 

At the age of 22 years enlisted as a private Sept. 9, 1862, in Co. C, 165th Regt. N. Y. 
Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves, promoted Corporal August IS, 1863. honorably discharged 
Sept. 1, 1865. 

Member of Uniformed Company. 




JOSEPH L. MITCHELL OK MICHEL 
As he was in 1905. 

Age 14 years, enlisted as a private, Co. 0, 165th Regt. N. Y. Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves, 
Sept. 20, 1862, taken prisoner at the battle of Sabine Cross Roads April 8, 1864, and ex 
changed Jan. 5, 1865. promoted Corporal June 22, 1865. honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1865. 




CORPORAL JAMES MC\!EKIN 

Co. C 
As he was in 1899 

At the age IS years enlisted as a private Sept. 20, 1862, Co. C, 165th Regt. N. Y. Vols., 
2d Duryee Zouaves, promoted Corporal, wounded at the battle of Sabine Cross Roads 
April 8, 1864. honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1865. Died Sept. 16, 1899. 








PRIVATE DANIEL E. HAMMOND 

Co, C 
As he was in 1865 

At the age of IB years enlisted as a private Sept. 18. 1862, in Co. C, 165th Regt. N. Y. 
Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves, wounded at the battle of Port Hudson, La., May 27, 1603, 
honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1865. 




PRIVATE DANIEL E. HAMMOND 

Co. C 
As he was in 1905 

A member of Edward Huntting Post No. 353. G. A. R., Dept. of New York. 




CAPTAIN WILLIAM R. FRENCH 

Co. D 

As he was in 1862 

Age 25 years, enlisted as a private in Co. A, 71st Regt. N. Y. S. M., April, 1861, re 
turned with the regiment Aug. 1, 1861; went to the front agnin iu 18fi2 as an Orderly 
Sergeant on his return, ana enlisted Sept. 27, 1802, as a Captain in Co. D, KiSth Regt. N. Y. 
Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves, mustered in United States service Nov. 28, 186 J, and promoted 
Lieutenant-Colonel of the regiment Aug. SO, 1SC5, honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1865. Was 
later brevetted Colonel. 




COLONEL WILLIAM R. FRENCH 
As he was in 1880 
Died June 22, 1892 




SERGEANT ROBERT WELCH 

Co. D 
As he was in 1905 

Age 23 years, enlisted as a private April 20, 1S61 . Co. H, 71st Regt. N. Y. S. M.. wounded 
at the battle of Bull Run July 21, 1S61, discharged July 30, 1861. enlisted May 28. 1862, Co H 
71st Regt, N. Y. S. M., discharged Sept, 2, 1862. enlisted Sept. 15. 1862. Co. D. 165th Regt., 
N. Y. Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves, promoted Sergeant Dec. 2. 1862, honorably discharged 
Sept. 1. 1865. 

Commander of Harry Lee Post No. 21, G. A. R., Dept. N. Y. 




PRIVATE CHARLES SCHUTT 
Co. D. 

As he was in 1887 



Enlisted under the name of Schultz, age IS years, enlisted as a private Sept. 18, 1! 
Co. D, 165th Regt. N. Y. Vols., 3d Duryee Zouaves, wounded at Port Hudson, La.. May 
1863, honorably discharged April 11, 1864. Died Sept. 29, 1897. 



1862, 

27, 




PRIVATE DAVID G. BOYLE 

Co. D 
As he was in 1865 

At the age of 19 years enlisted as a private Oct. 6, 1864, Co. D, lG5th Regt. N. Y. Vols. 
2d Duryee Zouaves, honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1865. 




PRIVATE DAVID G. BOYLE 

Co. D 

As he was in 1900 
Member of Uniformed Company. 




PRIVATE HENRY BLOCH 

Co. D 
As he was in 1905 

Age 1 years, enlisted as a private March 21. ISGt, Co. D, lC5th Regt. N. Y. Vols., 2d 
Duryee Zouaves, honorably discharged Sept. 1, 18fl5. 

A member of Uniformed Company. 




Our Recording Secretary 

PRIVATE HENRY BLOCK 

Co. D As he was in 1905 

Member of Uniformed Company, and a member of Noah L. Farnham I ost No. 45S, 
G. A. R., Dept. N. Y. 




HENRY C. INWOOD 
As he was in 1863 

Age 23 years, enlisted April 25, 1861, at New York City, mustered in as a private. 
Co. K, 5th Regt. N. Y. Vols.. Duryee Zouaves. May 9, 1S61, to serve two years, promoted 
Corporal Aug. 5, 1861; Sergeant Nov. 21, 1861, discharged to date Sept. 11, 18(52, for 
promotion to 1st Lieutenant Co. E, 165th N. Y. Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves, and to Captain 
Oct. 12, 1802, wounded in the knee at Port Hudson, La., May 27. 1S6&, honorably discharged 
Sept. 1, 1865, as brevet Lieutenant-Colonel of the regiment. Died 




SERGEANT A. G. MILLS 

Co. E 
As he was in 1862 

Age 18 years, enlisted as a private in 5th N. Y. Vols., Duryee Zouaves, Aug. 13, 1862, 
mustered into United States service Nov. 28, 1862, in Co. E, 165th Regt. N. Y. Vols.. 2d 
Duryee Zouaves, mustered in United States service as 2d Lieutenant, same company and 
regiment, to date May 31, 1864, honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1865. 




ABRAHAM G. MILLS 
As he was in 1863 

Age 18 years, enlisted as a private in 5th N. Y. Vols.. Duryee Zouaves, Auer. 13, 1862, 
mustered into United States service Nov. 28. 1862, in Co. E, 165th Regt. N. Y. Vols., 2d 
Duryee Zouaves, mustered in United States service as 2d Lieutenant, same company and 
regiment, to date May 31, 1864, honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1365. 




Our President 
LIEUTENANT A. G. MILLS 

Co. E 
As he was in 1905 

Past Commander of Lafayette Post No. 140, Dept. N. Y., G. A. R., 2d Vice-President 
Society of the 19th Army Corps. 




OUR PRESIDENT, Coi.. A. G. MILLS 
As he is in 1906 

Commander of Lafayette Post No. 140, Department of N. Y., G. A. R., from January 
1892 to January Ih9l. 

Presented with the Gold Badge of the Veteran Association of the 165th Regiment, 
New York Volunteers, 2d Duryee Zouaves, on Saturday evening. May 26 1900. 

Now 2d Vice-President Society of the 19th Army Corps, and member of the Military 
Order of the Loyal Legion of the U. S. 




RIGHT GEN. GUIDE SERGT. ALEXANDER S. FOSDICK 

Co. E 
As lie was in 1862 

Age 18 years, enlisted as a private Sept. 5. 1862, Co. E; l*5tl- Regt. N. Y. Vols.. 3d 
Duryee Zouaves, promoted Corporal Sept. and Sergeant Nov. -8, 1S62, Right General 
Guide, wounded at Port Hudson, La., May 27, 1863, , died from effect of wounds Aug. I, 




SERGEANT JOHN L. BURKE 

Co. E 
As he was in 1862 

Age 21 years, enlisted April 21. 1861, at New York City, and mustered in as a Corporal, 
Co. B. 12th Regt. N. Y. S. M., under the command of Colonel Daniel Butterfield. into 
the United States service May 5, iSfil, honorably discharged Aug. 15. 1861. enlisted in 
the 5th Regt. N. Y. Vols., Duryee Zouaves, Aiig. 9, 1^ >2. and was transferred to Co E. 
T65th Regt. N. Y. Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves, Sept. 5, 1862, and mustered into United 
States service as Sergeant Nov. 28. 1862. wounded at the battle of Sabine Cross Roads 
April. 8, 1864, honorably discharged July 15. 1S64. 




SERGEANT JOHN L. BURKE 

Co. E 
As he was in 1870 



Member of Alexander Hamilton Pose No. 182, G. A. R., Dept. N Y.. Right General Guide 
of Uniformed Company. 




SERGT. JOHN B. DuBois 

Co. E 
As he was in 1862 

At the age of 26 years enlisted as a private Sept. 5, 1862, in Co. E. 165th Regt. N. Y. 
Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves, and promoted Color Sergeant, and honorably discharged Jan 
uary 9, 1864. 




SEKGT. JOHN B. DuBois 

Co. E 
As he is in 1906 

A member of Minor Post No. 85. G. A. R.. Dept. of Connecticut. 




CORPORAL HENRY R. LOOMIS 

Co. E 
As he was in 1862 

At the age of 19 years enlisted as a private Sept. 5, 1362. Co. E, 165th Regt. N. Y. Vols. 
2d Durye^ Zouaves, promoted Corporal, taken prisoner at the battle of Pleasant Hill, La. 
April 9, 1864, honorably discharged July 26, 1865. 





LlEUTKNANT-CoLONEL HENRY R. LOOMIS 

As he was in 1887 

Enlisted in Co. E, 2d Regt. Connecticut National Guard, New Haven. Conn . Feb. 7, 
1S74. promoted to Corporal May 4. 1S74. Sergt. March 22, 1875. 2d Lieut. Sept. 16. 1S7S, Cap 
tain Nov. 4, 187$, Major Nov. 24, 1S84, Lieut. -Col. Feb. 16, 1885. Resigned and honorably 
discharged Jan. 12, 18s7. 

EXTRACT. By the resignation of Lieutenant-Colonel Loomis, the Regiment and Mate 
lose the services of a faithful and efficient officer. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief . 

FREDERICK E. CAMP, Adjutant General. 




CORPORAL HENRY R. LOOMIS 
Co. E 

As he is in 1906 

Member of Admiral Foote Post No. 17, G. A. R., Dept. of Connecticut. 




PRIVATE JAMES HENDERSON 
Co. E 

As he was in 1862 



Age 24 years, enlisted as a private Sept. 5. 1862, Co. E, 165th Regt. N. Y. Yols., 2d 
Duryee Zouaves, honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1865. 




PRIVATE JAMES HENDERSON 

Co. E 
As he was in 1864 at Camp Martinsburgh, Va. 

Ac the age of 24 years enlisted as a private Sept. ft. 1862, Co. E, 165th Itegt. N. Y. Vols. 
2d Duryee Zouaves, honorably discharged Sept. 1. 1365. 




PRIVATE JAMES HENDERSON 

Co. E 
As he is in 1906 

At the age of 24 years enlisted as a private Sept. 5, 1S62. Co. E, lf>5th Regt. X. Y. Yols., 
2d Duryee Zouaves, honorably discharged Sept. i, 1S65 Member of Uniformed Company. 
Now a member of Alexander Hamilton Post No. 182, G. A. R., Dept. New York. 




PRIVATE WILLIAM B. PRICE 

Co. E 
As he was in 1905 

Age 21 years, enlisted as a private Sept. 1?. 1802, Co. E, 165th Regt. N. Y. Vols., 2d 
Duryee Zouaves, honorably discharged Sept. 1. 1S65. 

2d Lieutenant of our Uniformed Company and Past Commander of Abel Smith Post 
No. 435, G. A. K., Dept, N. Y. 




COLONEL WILLIAM B. PRICE 
As he is in 1906 

At the age of 21 years enlisted as a private Sept. IS, 1862, Co. E, -65th Regt. N. Y. 
Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves, honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1865. 

Past Commander of Abel Smith Post No. 4^5, G. A. R., Dept. N. Y.. ar.ii d Li^jtenant 
of Uniformed Company. 




PRIVATE JOHN F. CAPEN 
Co. E 

As he was in 1862 

At the age of 1 6 years enlisted as a private Nov. 19, 1862. Co. E. 165th Regt. N. Y, 
Vola., 2d Duryee Zouaves, honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1865. 




PRIVATE SAMUEL GELSTON 

Co. E 
As he was in 1862 

Age 2(3 years, enlisted as a private Sept. 7, 1862. Co. E, 165th Regt. N.Y.Vote.. 2d Duryee 
Zouaves, discharged aud transferred to the Navy May 7. 1%4, honorably discharged 
June 15, 1865. 




PRIVATE SAMUEL GELSTON 

Co. E 
As he was in 1905 





2d LIEUTENANT DEFOREST H. THOMAE 
As he was in 1862 

Age 22 years, enrolled and mustered in as 2d Lieutenant Co. B, Sept. 15, 1862, in 165th 
Regt. N. Y. Yols., 2d Duryee Zouaves, mustered as 1st Lieutenant in Co. F. May 12, 1S63, 
as Captain March 29, 1S64. wounded at the battle of Pleasant Hill, La.. April 9, 1S64, in the 
left ankle, honorably discharged account of wound Aug. 21, 1864. Died Oct. 26, 1876. 




CAPTAIN GOULD H. THORPE 
Co. F 

As he was in 1866 



At the ape of 20 years enrolled as a private April 17, 1861, Co. F, 7th Regt. N. G. 
N. Y.. mustered April 26, 1861. honorably discharged June 3. 1661. 

Age 30 years, enlisted Sept. IS. 1862, Co. F, 165th Regt. N. Y. Vole., 2d Duryee Zouaves, 
resigned March 14. 1864. Died April 30, 1902. 




CAPTAIN EDWARD G. HOFFMAN- 
CO. F 
As he was in 1862 

Age 23 years, enlisted as a private June 2, 1S61, Co. A. 5th N. Y. "VLols., Duryee Zouaves, 
promoted Corporal Sept. 10, 1361, Sergeant May IS, 1862. 2d Lieuteija5?t Jijiy y, 18G2, 
wounded at Gaines Mills, Ya., June 21, 186-2. promoted 1st Lieut3n?.nt in 3o. D. 165th 
Regt. N. Y. Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves. Nov. 3. 1S62. and Captain Co. F, Aug. 31. 13(54, 
honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1S65. Died Aug. 16, 1886. 






I 




SERGEANT JOSEPH HUGHES 

Co. F 
As he was in 1869 

At the age of 21 years enlisted as a private September 10, 1862, Co. F, 165th Regt. 
N. Y. Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves, wounded at the battle of Port Hudson, La., May 27. 1863. 
Promoted Corporal March 6, 1864. Wounded at the battle of Sabine Cross Roads. La., 
April 8. 1864, and honorably discharged May 29. 1865. 

Enlisted as a private April 23, 1S67, Uo. F,42d Infantry U.S.A., was appointed Corporal 
July 23. 1867. and Sergeant January 23, 136S, and transferred to Co. K, and honorably 
discharged 1869, Regiment disbanded. 




PRIVATE JOHN A. MURRAY 

Co. F 
As he was in 1864 

Age 17 years, enlisted Sept. 7, 1862, as a private in Co. F, 165th Regt. N. Y. Vols.. 2d 
Duryee Zouaves, wounded at the battle of Port Hudson, La., May 27. 1863, honorably 
discharged Sept. 1, 1365. 




Our Secretary 
PRIVATE JOHN A. MURRAY 

Co. F 
As he was in 1905 

Member of Uniformed Company. Secretary of the 19th Army Corps Society. 




COLONEL JOHN A. MURRAY 
As he is in 1906 

Commander of Vanderbilt Post No. 136. Grand Army of the Republic. Dept. N. Y. 
from Jan. 1899 to Jan. 1905. Presented with a sword, and first gold badge of the Veteran 
Association of the 165th Regt. N. Y. Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves, by his comrades on Tues 
day evening. Jan. 9, 1900. Re-elected Jan. 5, 1906, as Commander Vaiderbi t Post No. 136, 
G. A. R.. Dept. N. Y. 




PRIVATE CHARLES L, HUGHES 

Co. F 
As he was in 1862 

Age 18 years, enlisted as a private Sppt. 3, 1SR2, Co. F, 165th Regt. N. Y. Vols., 2d 
Duryee Zouaves, honorably discharged Sept. 1, lS6-">. 




Our Trustee 
PRIVATE CHARLES L. HUGHES 

Co. F 
As he was in 1905 

Color-bearer of Uniformed Company and member of Wm. D. Kennedy Post No. 42, 
G. A. R., Dept. New York. 




PRIVATE JOHN HOCK 

Co F. 
As he was in 1866 

As a 1st Lieutenant in 4th Regt. N.G. N. Y. Veteran Zouaves. 

At the age of IS years enlisted as a private, Co. F, 165th Regt. N. Y. Vols., 
3d Duryee Zouaves, Sept. 28, I862.\vounded at Port Hudson, La., May 27. 1863. transferred to 
Co. K. 3d Rpgr. Veteran Reserve Corps, March 21, 1864. Mustered out Aug. 14, 1865. at 
Hartford. Conn. 




PRIVATE THOMAS LOCKWOOD 

Co. F 
As he is in 1906 

At the age of 17 years enlisted as a private January 15, 1864 Co. F, 165th Regt. N^ Y 
Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves. Honorably discharged Sept. 1st, 1865, and now Sergeant c 
Uniformed Company. 




PRIVATE THOMAS LOCKWOOD 

Co. F 
As he is in 1906 

Member of Dahlgren Post No. 113, G. A. R.. Dept. N. Y. 







PRIVATE GEORGE F. JACKSON 
Co. F 

As he was in 1864 

Age 18 years, enlisted as a private in Co. F. 165th Rest. >!. y. Vo .s . td Duryeo 
Zouaves, Feb. 10, 18(54 honorably discharged Sept. 1. 1S65. and now ooe <-f tan Trustees of 
our Veteran Association. Member of Uniformed Company. 




PRIVATE Louis SCHMIDT 

Co. F 
As he was in 1864 

Age 19 years, enlisted as a private in Co. F, 165th Regt. N. Y. Vols., 2d Duryee 
Zouaves, Feb. 29. 1S64, honorably discharged Sept. 1, 1865. 




PRIVATE Louis SCHMIDT 

Co. F 
As he was in 1905 

165th Regrt. N. Y. Yols , 2d Duryee Zouaves. Policeman in the 36th Precinct, Bor 
ough of the Bronx, N. Y. City. 



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Our Tried and True Friend 

COLONEL CHARLES H. RAYMOND 

As he was in 1862 

Charles H. Raymond, 1st Lieutenant Co. A (Albany Zouave Cadets), ITTth Regt. 
N. Y. Vols. (10th Regt. N. Y. N. Uj. 

Sailed from New York Dec. 2, 1862, on the transport "Merrimac" with his regiment 
and the 165th Regt. N. Y. Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves, Colonel Abel Smith, Jr.. command 
ing, to New Orleans, La. 

Was Brigade Adjutant, 8d Brigade. 2d Division, 19th Army Corps, the brigade in which 
this Zouave Regiment served during the siege of Port Hudson, La. 

Carried the brigade flag with guard of orderlies in the charge on the 27th of May. 
1863. and came off the field with the detachment of Zouaves bearing the wounded body 
of Colonel Abel Smith and their regimental colors. 




Our Loyal Friend 

COLONEL CHARLES H. RAYMOND 
As he was in 1905 

Charles H. Raymond, 1st Lieutenant Co. A (Albany Zouave Cadets), 177th Regt., 
N. Y. VoK (10th Regt., N. Y. N. G.). 

Suled from New York Dec. 2, 1862, on the transport "Merrimac" with his regiment 




and thn itfotn Regt., N. Y. Vols., 2d Duryee Zouaves, Colonel Abel Smith, Jr., command 
ing, to New Orleans, La. 

W*s Brigade Adjutant, 8d Brigade. 2d Division. 19th Army Corps, the brigade in 
which this Zouave Regiment served during the siege of Port Hudson, La. 

Carried the brigade flag with guard of orderlies in the charge on the 2?th of May. 
lSfi.3, and came off the field with the detachment of Zouaves bearing the wounded body 
of Colonel Abel Smith and their regimental colors 

Was the first elected Honorary Member of this Veteran Association. 

A member of George Washington Post. No. 103, G. A. R., Dept. N. Y. 

5th Vice-President. Society of the 19th Army Corps. 

Member of New York Commandery, Military Order Loyal Legion of TL S. 




Our Honorary Member 

COL. WILLIAM STERLING COGSWELL 

As he was in 1905. 

A brother of Sergeant George F. Cogswell. Co. B.. 165th Regt. N. Y Vols.. 2d Duryee 
Zouaves, who died at Camp Parapet, La . April 16, 1863. 

Commissioned Kirst Lieutenant 5th Connecticut Infantry. July 22, 1S61 ; Captain. 
November ?. 1861; Major. August 21, 1563 ; Lieutenant-Colonel, January ^5. 1865: 
mustered out July 25, 1S65. 

Brevet ted Lieutenant-Colonel U. S. Vols.. March 13, 1865, "for good conduct during 
the war." 

Served in the Department of the Shenandoah; Expeditionary (T. \V. Sherman s) Corps 
to Port Roval, S. C.; Department of the South, and Tenth Corps; Second Corps, Army of 
Virginia; Twelfth I orps, Army of the Potomac; Twentieth Corps, Armies of the Cumber- 
laud and Georgia. 

Is a member of the New York Commandery, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of 
the United States, having been elected a member October 7, 1S85. and serving in its 
Council for three years fro MI May 4. 1:>!)2. 

Is also a member of Lafayette Post No. HO, Department of New York, G. A. R., having 
been elected a member in February, 1S87. 




Our Honorary Member 

MAJOR WILLIAM FERGUSON 

(Brother of Col. James F. Ferguson) 

As he was in 1878 

At age of 22. enrolled April 25. 1861, at New York City. Mustered in as a Second 
Lieutenant Co. K, 5th Regt. N. Y. Vols., Duryee Zouaves, May 9, 1861, to serve two 
yars, resigning August S, 1861. Reappointed Second Lieutenant Co. K, February 22. 
1862. Honorably discharged October 11, 1862. Commissioned Second Lieutenant July 
4, 1861, with rank from May 9, 1861. Recommissioned Second Lieutenant February 
28, 1362. with rank from February 22. 1862. Promoted First Lieutenant August 2Sth, 
1862. with rank from July 23, 1862. 

Member of New York Commandery, Military Order of Loyal Legion of U. S. 
Died March 9, 1906. 




JOSEPH MILLS HANSON 
As he was in 1905. 

Author of the Assault on Port Hudson, La." 

Honorary Member of the Veteran Association lf>5th Re^t. N. Y. Vols., 2d Duryee 
Zouaves. 




HORATIO C. KING 

Brevet Colonel U. S. Volunteers, late Brigadier-General and Judge-Advo 
cate General, State of N. Y., 1883-86. 

Honorary Member of the Veteran Association 165th Regt. N Y. Vole.. 2d Duryee Zou 
aves. Past Commander of Charles A. Doane Post No. 499. Now member of Grant Post No. 
327, G. A. R., Dept. N. Y. 



LINCOLN AND GRANT 





Remarks of President Abraham Lincoln when presenting 
to General Grant his commission as General-in-Chief of the 
Armies of the United States, and General Grant s reply. 

President Lincoln said: 

"General Grant, the nation s appreciation of what you have 
done, and its reliance upon you for what remains to be clone 
in the existing great struggle, are now presented, with this 
commission constituting" you Lieutenant-General in the Army of 
the United States With this high honor devolves upon you, 
also, a corresponding responsibility. As the country herein 
trusts you so, under God, it will sustain you. I scarcely need 
to add that with what I here speak for the nation goes my 
own hearty concurrence." 

General Grant, in response, said: 

"Mr. President, I accept the commission with gratitude 
for the high honor conferred. With the aid of the noble armies 
that have fought in so many fields for our common country, 
it will be my earnest endeavor not to disappoint your expecta 
tions. I feel the full weight of the responsibilities now devolv 
ing on me, and I know that if they are met it will be due to 
those armies, and, above all, to the favor of that Providence 
which leads both nations and men." 

WASHINGTON, D. C., March, 1864. 




ALBUM COMMITTEE 

CORPORAL JOHN A. VANDERBILT 

PRIVATE JOHN A. MURRAY 

CORPORAL PETER BIEGEL 
May 27th, 1906. 




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