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MILITARY MINUTES 



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COUNCIL OF APPOINTMENT 



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STATE OF NEW YORK, 



1783—1821. 



COMPILED AND EDITED BY 
HUGH HASTINGS, State Historian. 
HENRY HARMON NOBLE, Chief Clerk. 



PUBLISHED BY THE STATE OF NEW YORK. 



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VOLUME III. 






Di WITT CLINT* >\\ G< >\ ERNt >R. lH17 

DcWitt Clinton, fifth Governor of New York, the son of the 
tinguished revolutionarj general, James Clinton, and nephew of 
the first I rovernor of Nevt Vork, was born at the family homestead, 
Little Britain, March 2, 1769; entered Columbia Collegi with the 
distinction of the firsl student admitted under il ganization of 

the college by the Regents of the University in [784; graduated 1; 
at the head of his class and studied law in the office of Samuel Jo; 
of New York, subsequently State Comptroller; acted a- priva 
secretary to Governor George Clinton [789 [795; elected Meml 
of Assembly [797; Senator [798 [802; Member of the Council of 
Appointment 1801; delegate to the Constitutional Convention of 
t8oi from I [ueens county, where he took an advanced position in 
favor of the Council of Appointment exercising equal rights with 
the Governor in making appointments; elected to the United Stat 
Senate February 4, 180J, as the successor of General John Arm- 
strong, and resigned his scat in the summer of [803, in order to 
accept the less conspicuous hut more lucrative position of Mayor 
of New York, to which he had hern appointed b) the Council of 
Appointment; Mayor of New York by successive animal appoint- 
ment until 1S07, when he was removed by the Council: elected to 
the Senate, however, in 1805; he was successively returned until 
181 1. when he was elected Lieutenant Governor; he had been in the 
meantime restored to the Mayoralty of New York by his friends in 
the Council February 8, 1808, only to be removed February 13, 1810, 
116 



1842 Annual Report of the 

1817. 

by a Council inimical to his interests; reappointed again February 
5, 181 1, he continued in office as Mayor all through his term as 
Lieutenant Governor and until March 6, 181 5, when he was finally 
removed by his political enemies; Regent of the University 1808- 
1825; 1810 appointed by joint resolution of the legislature on the 
commission to explore the entire route for inland navigation from 
the Hudson to Lakes Ontario and Erie; during his retirement 
devoted much of his time to this subject; submitted to the legisla- 
ture February 21, 1816, a memorial which he had drafted and which 
was indorsed by many prominent and influential men in New York, 
favoring the construction of the Erie and Champlain canals; the 
legislature in spite of trifling opposition enacted a law appointing a 
commission of five to make preliminary surveys, estimates of expense 
and the practicability of creating loans on the credit of the State 
and Stephen Van Rensselaer, DeWitt Clinton, Samuel Young, 
Joseph Ellicott and Myron Holley were named as the commission- 
ers; February, 1817, the reports were submitted to the legislature, 
and after weeks spent in debate and in April, 1817 — the 10th in the 
Assembly, the 15th in the Senate — the legislature passed the act 
authorizing the construction of the Erie and Champlain canals; 
Governor 1817-1822 and 1824-1828; participated in the formal open- 
ing of the Erie canal at Buffalo October 26, 1825, and traveled on 
the pioneer boat, Seneca Chief, from Buffalo to Sandy Hook, where 
a keg of Lake Erie water was emptied into the Atlantic ocean, with 
appropriate remarks by the Governor; died at Albany, N. Y., Febru- 
ary 11, 1828, aged fifty-nine years. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

1817. James Renwick. a colonel in the militia of this State. 

August J 



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WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

Eleventh division of infantry: 

Pierre Van Cortlandt, major general, with rank from July 8, 1816; 



State Histoej 

1817. 

Philip G. Van Wyck, division inspector; Hachaliah Brown, aid< 
imp to the majoi general. 

[Tiirty-third regiment of infantry: 

Caleb Haight, captain; Nicholas Fisher, lieutenant; Benjamin 
Briggs, i nsign. 

Battalion <>f light infantry commanded b) Lieutenant mel 

William 1 [ammond : 

feremiah Pugsley, captain; Garret D. ("lark, lieutenant; Pi< 
Teller, ensign. 

Jonathan D. ( )dcll, captain; Jonathan O. Dyckman, lieutenant; 
Mlkanah I .< ckwood, ensign. 

Caleb Gedney, captain; Janus Worden, lieutenant; Samuel I 
Brown, ensign. 

DUTCHESS COUNTY. 

New companj oi horse artillery organized in the county of 
Dutchess: 

Peter M. Van Wyck, captain; Silvanus Rapalje, first lieutenant: 
facob Horton, second lieutenant; Samuel Annin, cornet. 

Thirty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

John T. Hotehkiss, colonel; Samuel Allen, lieutenant colonel; 
Nathan Pearce, adjutant; < iearnsey Beach, paymaster; Legrand 
Doolittle, quartermaster. 

Captains — Reuben I). I'.arnum, Asa Akin, Alfred Crosby, Levi 
Baley. 

Lieutenants — James Hanes; Asa White, junior; Eber Crosby; 
Lewis Squares; George \\ . Slocum; John I r. Brush; Silas Whitney, 
junior; Samuel Rider. 

Ensigns — George Burdick, Timothy A. Hollaway, Charles Town- 
send; James Crosbey, Daniel Toffy, Rufus Roberts, Daniel Row- 
land; Gilbert Reynolds. 

One Hundred and Twenty-seventh regiment of infantry: 



1817. 



1844 Annual Report of the 

John Cooper, colonel; Henry Uhle, lieutenant colonel; Bartholo- 
mew Green, major; William Hooker, surgeon's mate. 

Theodorus Brown, captain; Peter Dean, lieutenant; William Pet- 
tit, ensign. 

Jarvis W. Haxsie, lieutenant; James Ross, lieutenant; John Tro- 
bridge, ensign; Sebastian Wheeler, lieutenant; Uriah Gregory, 
ensign. 

John C. Emigh, captain; Jarvis Thompson, lieutenant; John 
Wagman, ensign. 

Thirtieth brigade of infantry: 

Wheeler Gilbert, brigade major and inspector, vice Griffin, ap- 
pointed sheriff. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Twenty-ninth regiment of infantry: 
Asa Richardson, captain; Smith Dexter, lieutenant; James 
Wheeler, junior, ensign. 

CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Sixty-second regiment of infantry: 
Riflemen — Sylvester B. Derby, captain; Thomas Bond, lieutenant; 
Henry S. Kreal, ensign. 

ESSEX COUNTY. 

Thirty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Light Infantry — William Smith, captain; Silas C. Perry, lieu- 
tenant; Theodorus Shearman, ensign. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Fourteenth regiment of artillery: 

Daniel W. Crocker, major. 

Joseph Sexton, junior, captain; Alexander Bremner, captain; 
Henry J. Cammann, first lieutenant; John Campbell, second 
lieutenant. 



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Fifth regiment oi artillery: 
fames B. Wands, firs! lieutenant, vi< I Sands, resigned. 

NEW YORK < 

Tenth regimenl i >f infantry : 

William ( '. Holly, captain, vice Tylee, resigned; William B 
wick, lieutenant, vice Holly, promoted; Caleb S. Woodhull, lieu- 
tenant. 

Ensigns Leonard Bradley, vice Bostwick, promoted; William K. 
Mhilford, Thomas Strang, David M. Cowdrey, Jonathan Tuck 

< >ne Hundred and Forty-second regiment of infantry: 

John A. Sidell, captain. \ ice Nicoll, resigned; J<>lm L. Graham, 
lieutenant, vice Sidell, promoted; Charles Smith, ensign, vice Gra- 
ham, promoted; Herman Bruen, ensign, vice Livingston, pr »moted. 

First regiment of horse artillery: 

David Rogers, junior, surgeon, vice J. Sccor, resigned; David L. 
Rogers, surge* tn's mate. 

Third regiment of artillery: 

William Blachford, surgeon's mate. 

Horse artillery — Peter Valentine, captain, vice Meserove* (George 
G. Messeroe), resigned; John Trigler, first lieutenant, vice Valentine, 
promoted; John P. Fink, second lieutenant, vice Trigler, do; Walter 
Leborow, cornet, vice Fink, promoted. 

Henry .Marsh, captain: Benjamin Hart, first lieutenant, vice 
Marsh, promoted. 

Charles N. Baldwin, captain, vice Swaim, resigned; William Fair- 
banks, captain: Samuel D. VanDenburgh, second lieutenant, vice 
Fairbank, promoted. 

Alfred Weed, captain; Peter Sinunerman, first lieutenant. 

* Also enteral as John (!. ami George ('•. Merservc 



1817. 



1817. 



1846 Annual Report of the 

Eleventh regiment of artillery (with rank from June 25, 1817): 

William Laight, senior, major. 

Peter Bolles, captain, vice Goodrich, resigned; Matthias Connor, 
first lieutenant, vice Bolles, promoted. 

Lemuel Pitman, captain, vice Hyatt, resigned; Peter W. Spicer, 
first lieutenant, vice Pitman, promoted; Josiah Mann, first lieuten- 
ant; Henry White, junior, second lieutenant, vice Mann, promoted. 

Second regiment of artillery (with rank from June 25, 1817): 

William Onderdonk, captain; Robert F. Manley, second lieuten- 
ant ; James A. Moore, second lieutenant. 

Tenth brigade of infantry (with rank from June 25, 1817): 

Augustus Fleming, colonel of a regiment; John B. Stevenson, 
major of a regiment; Francis Doremus, major of a regiment. 

Seventy-fifth regiment of infantry (with rank from June 25, 1817): 

William Swan, lieutenant colonel, vice Chatterton, resigned; 
Shivers Parker, major; John A. Smith, quartermaster, vice Wilbur, 
resigned; Germanicus Kent, paymaster, vice Weed, do. 

Captains — Benjamin A. W T aldron, vice Haight, promoted; Eber 
Wheaton, vice Parker, promoted; John Collard, vice Weed, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Henry Shelters, vice Waldron, promoted; Peter 
Lent Mabie, vice Wheaton, promoted; William B. Stanford, vice 
Collard, do; Lewis Pearsall, vice Woodward, resigned. 

Ensigns — John A. Smith, vice Shelters, promoted; Germanicus 
Kent, vice Mabie, promoted; Charles Minton, vice Stanford, do; 
Adolphus Lane, vice Pearsall, do; George Dixey; Benjamin L. 
Wallace; Charles B. Webb. 

Eighty-fifth regiment of infantry (with rank from June 25, 1817): 

John T. Jones, lieutenant colonel, vice Fleming, promoted; 
Anthony D. Schuyler, major, vice Weed, promoted. 

Thomas C. Mitchell, captain, vice Mooers, in staff. 



State Historian. 1847 

Cornelius Low, captain, vice Wilkes, in Europe. 

Lieutenants — William Kemble, vice Mitchell, promoted; George 
W. Bruen, vice Low, promoted; Charles A. Vandenheuvel, vice 
Stevens, resigned. < 

Ensigns — Abraham Depeyster, vice Kemble, promoted; Nathan 
McVickar, junior, vice Bruen, promoted; Edmund Kortright, vice 
Vandenheuvel, promoted. 

One Hundred and Sixth regiment of infantry (with rank from 
June 25, 1817): 

Nathaniel Weed, lieutenant colonel, vice Smith, resigned; Charles 
Keeler, major, vice Haight, resigned; Israel Hallock, surgeon. 

Jacob A. Robertson, captain, vice Pinckney, resigned. 

Lieutenants — John C. Clendenning, junior, vice J. S. Thompson; 
Simeon M. Tompkins, vice Robertson, promoted. 

Ensigns — James E. Betts, vice Clendenning, promoted; Luther 
P. Sergeant, vice Tompkins, do; William Black; Thomas G. Casey. 

One Hundred and Fifteenth regiment of infantry: 

Henry Young, captain and paymaster, vice Doughty, in the line; 
Austin Chapman, surgeon, vice Brower, deceased; Samuel P. Dun- 
bar, surgeon's mate, vice Dyckman, resigned. 

Robert G. L. DePeyster, captain, vice Hoffman, resigned; Wil- 
liam Holmes, lieutenant, vice Young, promoted; David Harrison, 
lieutenant, vice DePeyster, do; Martenus Schoonmaker, ensign, vice 
Holmes, promoted; Jacob A. Roome, ensign, vice Harrison, do. 

KINGS COUNTY. 

Sixty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

James Harris, junior, ensign and quartermaster; Adrian Van- 
duzen, surgeon's mate. 

Cornelius Bergen, captain; John Skillman, lieutenant, vice Ber- 
gen, promoted. 



1817. 



1817. 



1848 Annual Report of the 

Ensigns — Peter Y. Remsen, vice Skillman, promoted; Jacob 
Wyckoff; John Van Xuyce. " 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Forty-third brigade of infantry: 
James D. Bissett, quartermaster. 

SCHOHARIE COUNTY. 

Eighteenth regiment of infantry : 

Philo Wooster, captain, vice Northaway, resigned; Frederick 
Vogle, lieutenant, vice Wooster, promoted; Jonathan Russell, lieu- 
tenant, vice Mattice, resigned; David Becker, ensign, vice Russell, 
promoted. 

Hezekiah Manning, captain, vice Borst, resigned; Matthew 
Spoore, lieutenant; Isaac Best, ensign. 

George Campbell, captain, vice Brown, resigned; Charles Knox, 
lieutenant: Phineas Rowley, ensign. 

Patrick Dibble, captain, vice Lamont, resigned; Robert A. La- 
mont, lieutenant, vice Dibble, promoted. 

George Lawrence, captain, vice Snyder, resigned; Daniel Lar- 
kin, lieutenant; Cornelius P. Yrooman, ensign. 

Martines Mattice, captain, vice Frymire, resigned; Joseph Becker, 
lieutenant. 

DUTCHESS COUNTY. 

Twenty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Piatt Smith, quartermaster. 

Seneca Haight, captain: Avery L. Herrick, lieutenant; Lewis 
Wheeler, ensign; Peter B. Knickerbacker, lieutenant; Walter 
Husted, ensign: John H. Conklin, lieutenant; Solomon Wheeler, 
ensign. 

Eighty-fourth regiment of infantry: 



State Historian. 1849 

Lieutenants — Richard D. C. Stoutenburgh, Isaac H. Vervalin; 
William Brownell. 

Ensigns — William Philips; Moses M. Degraff; Thomas L. Davis, 
with rank from May 12, 1817. 

CLINTON COUNTY. 

Thirty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

David Corbin, captain, vice Lane, moved; Marshall Newton, lieu- 
tenant; Ezra T. Richardson, ensign. 

Heman Heacock, captain, vice Attwood, resigned; Samuel Bailey, 
lieutenant; Stephen Goodspeed, ensign. 

James Ostrander, captain, vice Baker, deceased; John Kent, lieu- 
tenant; Philip Gansworth, ensign. 

Benjamin P. Roberts, captain, vice Sherry, resigned; Jeremiah 
Graves, lieutenant; Edward V. Allen, ensign, vice Backus, resigned; 
Luther Everest, lieutenant; Asa Cochran, ensign. 

Jeremiah Hays, captain, vice Cochran, cashiered; Lucius Elder- 
kin, lieutenant; Gilbert Calkins, ensign. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

Sixty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Stephen D. Hickok, lieutenant colonel, vice Tilden, resigned; 
Moses Eggleston, major, vice Wright, resigned. 

Luther Winslow, captain, vice Hickok, promoted; Reeve Peck, 
lieutenant; John Daggett, ensign. 

Israel Thayer, captain, vice Eggleston, promoted; James Hatch, 
lieutenant; Simeon Hawks, ensign. 

Oliver Conger, captain; Isaac Bigelow, lieutenant; Levi Potter, 
ensign. 

Sixth regiment of artillery: 

John P. Andross, captain; Sebius Fairman, first lieutenant; John 
McCrea, second lieutenant. 



1817. 



1817. 



1850 Annual Report of the 

schenectady county. 
Fifty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Isaac S. Miller, paymaster, vice A. Craig; Isaac I. Clute, lieuten- 
ant, vice I. S. Miller. 

OTSEGO COUNTY. 

Second regiment of infantry: 

George Morell, major, vice Baker, resigned; Henry L. Webb, 
adjutant, vice Morell, promoted. 

Jesse Stetson, captain, vice Underwood, resigned; Walter Holt, 
lieutenant, vice Stetson, promoted; Artemas Brockway, lieutenant, 
vice Palmer, moved. 

Ensigns — William Wilson (light infantry), vice Webb, promoted; 
Thomas K. Cory, vice Shoales, moved; Joseph Wood, vice Lathrop, 
moved; Daniel Elwood, vice P. P. Elwood, moved; Orin Bliss, vice 
Palmer, moved; George H. Derbyshire, vice Brownell, moved. 

One Hundred and Twelfth regiment of infantry: 

Peter Magher, colonel, vice Rich, resigned; Abner Dunham, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Magher, promoted; Robert Dunlap, adjutant; 
Menzo White, quartermaster; Eli F. Cooley, chaplain. 

Captains — Gabriel Dutcher, vice C. Dutcher, resigned; Henry 
Brown, vice Beach, resigned; James J.Whitaker, vice Hall, resigned; 
Jehiel Dutcher, vice Darrow, resigned; Job Edy, vice Dunham, 
promoted; Revilo Ford, vice Van Tuyl, moved; William Denton, 
vice Butler, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Thomas Prentiss, vice Whitaker, promoted; David 
A. Sheldon, vice E. B. Sheldon, moved; John Woodruff, vice Ford, 
promoted; William Temple, junior, vice Edy, promoted; William B. 
Gilbert, vice Brown, do; Stephen Pratt, vice Dent, promoted; Benoni 
Marks, vice Dutcher, do. 

Ensigns — Robert M. Campbell, vice Prentiss, do; Daniel Hewes, 



State Historian. 1851 

junior, vice Gilbert, do; Nathan Brewer; Moses Rich, junior; Hiram 
D. Faulkner. 

DUTCHESS COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Forty-first regiment of infantry: 

Thomas Welling-, junior, lieutenant colonel; John Webb, major; 
John Purdy, adjutant; George Badgely, junior, paymaster; Peter S. 
Wynkoop, chaplain. 

Captains — Alrick Berry, George H. Peters. 

Lieutenants — Wheeler C. Holmes, John Purdy, Stephen Gazley, 
Frederick C. Ham. 

Ensigns — Leonard L. Seaman, John Allen, John Vandeburgh. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Tenth regiment of artillery: 

James Kelso, captain; Robert S. Lockwood, first lieutenant; Gil- 
bert Holmes, second lieutenant. 

Fourteenth regiment of infantry: 

William H. Falls, lieutenant colonel, vice Griswold, resigned; 
James Butterworth, major, vice Falls, promoted. 

Eleazer Gidney, junior, captain, vice Butterworth, promoted; 
William Whitehead, junior, lieutenant, vice Gidney, do. 

Ensigns — Stephen Ammerman, vice Whitehead, promoted; 
David Scott, junior, vice Clemons, declining; Abel Belknap, vice 
Zabriskie, do. 

ULSTER COUNTY. 

Abraham D. Soper, lieutenant, vice Watkins, resigned; Josiah 
Merritt, ensign, vice Soper, promoted. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Thirty-fourth brigade of infantry: 
David Crawford, quartermaster. 



1817. 



1817. 



185-2 Annual Report of the 

oneida county. 
Sixty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Light Infantry — Elisha Curtiss, captain: John Parker, lieuten- 
ant: Warren Preston, ensign. 

SENECA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Twenty-eighth regiment of infantry: 
James Brooks, lieutenant colonel, vice Fleming, declining. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Ninety-fourth regiment of infantry: 

George Smith, colonel, with rank from May i, 1816. 

Fourth regiment of infantry: 

Manasseh Leach, colonel. 

TOMPKINS COUNTY. 

Eighty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

George W. Philips, surgeon, vice Patrick, moved; Arad Joy, pay- 
master, vice Clarke, resigned. 

New company — Parmenio Wolcott, captain; William Cobb, lieu- 
tenant; Amasa Cobb, ensign. 

Joseph E. Xorth, ensign, vice Oman, resigned. 

Jesse McKinney, captain, vice Munn, moved; Andrew Myers, 
lieutenant, vice Tichner, resigned; Thomas Bishop, ensign, vice 
McKinney. promoted; Thomas Coon, ensign, vice Deuell, moved; 
Thomas Baldwin, lieutenant; Ichabod Kneeland, ensign. 

Riflemen — Horatio Phelps, lieutenant; Nathan Allen, ensign; 
Isaac Smith, lieutenant, vice Cook, promoted; Benjamin Pew, en- 
sign, vice Smith, do. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

Sixth regiment of cavalry, first squadron: 

Dennis Davenport, first lieutenant, vice Matteson, declining; 



State Historian. 1853 

Alexander Lynch, second lieutenant, vice Hawley, do; Roger H. 
Maddock, cornet, vice Davenport, promoted. 

Third squadron: 

Ansel Keith, captain, vice Wightman, resigned; George Paddock, 
first lieutenant, vice Keith, promoted; David Emery, second lieu- 
tenant, vice Paddock, promoted; Walter Kibby, cornet, vice D. 
Emery. 

CHENANGO COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fifth regiment of infantry: 
John Hall, junior, captain; Sylvester Miner, ensign. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Twenty-ninth regiment of infantry : 

Zadock Sweetland, adjutant, vice Thomas, promoted; George 

Dannals, quartermaster, vice Sweetland; John Powers, paymaster, 

vice Smith, resigned. 

Elmore D. Jenks, lieutenant, vice Cooley, moved; Epaphras Leet, 

ensign, vice Jenks, promoted. 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

Seventh regiment of artillery: 

Frederick Fitch, captain; Felix Brown, first lieutenant; Kearney 
Newell, second lieutenant. 

LEWIS AND JEFFERSON COUNTIES. 

New regiment organized from the Sixth regiment of cavalry to 
consist of the troops in the counties of Lewis and Jefferson to be 
denominated the Fourteenth regiment of cavalry: 

LEWIS COUNTY. 

Levi Collins, colonel; Aaron Palmer, lieutenant colonel; Calvin 
McKnight, major; Joseph Brown, adjutant; Benjamin Skinner, 



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1817. 



1854 Annual Report of the 

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quartermaster; Silas Marvin, paymaster; William Robinson, sur- 
geon. 

Adoniram Foot, captain; Johnson Talcott, first lieutenant; Leon- 
ard House, second lieutenant; Xoah N. Harger, cornet. 

Joseph A. Northrup, captain; Isaac Hor, first lieutenant; Sylves- 
ter Buttrick, second lieutenant; Paul Abbott, cornet. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY. 

Solomon White, captain; Stephen Johnson, first lieutenant; Syl- 
vester Meriam, second lieutenant; Ebenezer Woodard, cornet. 

Jason Fairbanks, captain; Dexter Hungerford, first lieutenant; 
On-ill Hungerford, second lieutenant; Edmond Mantle, cornet; 
Peter N. Cushman, cornet. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

First regiment of artillery: 

Samuel Tucker, surgeon, vice Dodge, moved. 

Bostyan Martin, first lieutenant; William S. Shuler, second lieu- 
tenant; John Wood, first lieutenant; Epenetus How, second lieu- 
tenant. 

Nineteenth regiment of infantry: 

George G. Eaker, lieutenant colonel, vice Yanney, deceased; 
David Devoe, chaplain; John Shaver, major, vice Eaker, promoted. 

Henry H. Cook, captain, vice Gray, moved; Nicholas Waggoner, 
lieutenant, vice Cook, promoted. 

Peter G. Getman, captain, vice Ester, moved; Edward Burdick, 
lieutenant, vice McCollister, moved. 

Christian Klock, captain, vice Shaver, promoted; Jacob P. Fox, 
ensign. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Second regiment of riflemen: 
Cornelius Williams, surgeon's mate. 



State Historian. 1855 

columbia county. 
Twelfth brigade of infantry: 

Peter J. Vosburgh, brigadier general, vice McKinstry, resigned; 
Cornelius Hogeboom, ensign and aide-de-camp to the general. 

CORTLAND COUNTY. 

Resolved, that Matthias Cook be no longer brigade quarter- 
master of the thirty-sixth brigade of infantry. That Edward C. Reed 
be no longer adjutant of the Fifty-eighth regiment of infantry, and 
that Caleb Ballard be no longer paymaster of the said regiment, 
and that supersedeas issue to them respectively. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

Resolved, that Thomas B. Gillespie be no longer a captain in 
the Eighth regiment of artillery, and that a supersedeas issue 
accordingly. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Resolved, that George Lytle be no longer lieutenant in the Fif- 
tieth regiment of infantry, and that a supersedeas issue accordingly. 

CORTLAND COUNTY. 

Thirty-sixth brigade: 
Townsend Ross, quartermaster. 
Fifty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Roswell Randall, adjutant, vice E. C. Reed, superseded; Sylvester 
Miles, paymaster, vice C. Ballard, do. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Fiftieth regiment of infantry: 
George Lydle, lieutenant. 

OTSEGO COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Twelfth regiment of infantry: 
Riflemen — David Peck, lieutenant, vice Pitts, moved; Aaron 
North, ensign, vice Peck, promoted. 



1817. 



1817. 



1856 Annual Report of the 

chenango county. 
One Hundred and Fifth regiment of infantry: 
Orrin Howe, lieutenant, vice Tiffany, resigned; Amos T. Mead, 
ensign, vice Howe, promoted. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

First regiment of infantry: 

John Russell, paymaster; Elijah Graves, surgeon. 

Captains — David Tefft, Benoni Hall, Hosea Bennett, James Hoag, 
William P. Harmance. 

Lieutenants — Aruna Adams, Chena Kingsley, Stephen Norton, 
Nehemiah Hodges, Henry Goodrich. 

Ensigns — David W. Pitts, Jesse M. Greenman, Noah Ashley, 
Thomas Sherman, Peleg S. Carr. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

Eighth regiment of artillery: 

George Petrie, captain, vice Gillespie, superseded; Gaylord G. 
Pinney, first lieutenant; Thaddeus Hildreth, second lieutenant. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Third regiment of cavalry: 
Stephen Schuyler, surgeon's mate. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Eighty-second regiment of infantry: 

Abraham Van Gelder, surgeon. 

Captains — Emelius Tardy, with rank from June 25, 1817, vice 
Brown, resigned; Robert J. Renwick, with rank from June 25, 1817; 
Gulian LeRoy McEvers, with rank from June 25, 1817; Edward 
Barnwell, vice Booraem, promoted. 

Lieutenants — John S. Smith, with rank from June 25, 1817, vice 



State Historian. 1857 

Tardy, promoted; George Reynolds, with rank from June 25, 181 7, 
vice Nestel, promoted; William Bogert, vice Barnwell, promoted. 

Ensigns — James Buckmaster, to rank June 25, 181 7, vice Smith, 
promoted; Daniel Sayre, to rank June 25, T817, vice Reynolds. 

Ninety-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Captains, to rank June 25, 1817 — Valentine N. Livingston, vice 
Rogers, resigned; James Foster, junior, vice Bailey. 

Lieutenants, to rank June 25, 1817 — John Q. Jones, vice Liv- 
ingston, promoted; John L. Mason, vice Foster, promoted. 

Ensigns, to rank June 25, 1817 — Nicholas Roosevelt, vice Jones, 
do; John Hone, junior, vice Graham; Leonard W. Kip, vice Fairlee. 

One Hundred and Twenty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

William Patterson, lieutenant colonel, vice Stevens, resigned; 
Hendrick Booraem, major, vice Patterson, promoted. 

Captains, to rank June 25, 1817 — James Waller Robinson, vice 
Hicks, resigned; Henry Cheavens, vice Robineau, resigned; Daniel 
Townsend, vice Pell, military secretary. 

Lieutenants — Thomas Williams, vice Robinson, promoted; Robert 
D. Weeks, vice Cheavens, do; Francis R. Tillou, vice Townsend, do. 

Ensigns — Robert Lawrence, to rank June 25, 1817, vice Williams, 
promoted; David Cadwallader Colden, to rank from June 25, 1817, 
vice Cheavens, promoted; John Slidell, junior, vice Tillou, 
promoted. 

CHENANGO COUNTY. 

Major Augustus C. Welch's battalion of infantry: 

Joseph Olney, quartermaster. 

James Olney, captain. 

Lieutenants — Levi Jones, Enos Calkins, Russel Cheney, John 

Dilley. 

Ensigns — Isaac Jones, junior, Thomas Mattison, Welcome 

Arnold, Field Medbery. 
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WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Auffilk Fiftieth regiment of infantry: 

Ezra Tyrel, lieutenant, vice Wheaton, moved; Alexander Crook- 
shank, ensign, vice Tyrel, promoted; John McFarland, ensign. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

Eighth regiment of artillery : 

Ezekiel W. Pinkney, captain; William P. Wilcox, first lieutenant; 
William Hoskin, second lieutenant. 

Joseph Sanford, captain, vice Ayer, resigned; Ralph Sanford, first 
lieutenant, vice Smith, resigned; Thomas H. Whittemore, second 
lieutenant. 

CAYUGA COUNTY. 

Major John Richardson's battalion of riflemen: 
Asahel M. Bennett, surgeon, vice Miller, absconded. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Ninth regiment of cavalry : 

Timothy Downs, major, vice Visscher, resigned. 

ONONDAGA COUNTY. 

Ninety-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Captains, to rank from March 4, 181 7 — Simon Sutherland, Ezekiel 
Hoyt, junior. 

One Hundred and Seventy-sixth regiment of infantry: 
David E. Shepard, lieutenant, with rank from March 4, 181 7. 
Sixty-second regiment of infantry: 
Phinehas Hutchens, captain, with rank from March 4, 1817. 



January 27, 181 8, the regular session of the legislature began. In 
the assembly David Woods was reelected speaker. The members 
of the Council were selected four days later: Peter R. Livingston 



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of Dutchess, Jabez D. Hammond of Otsego, Henry Yates, Jr., of 
Schenectady, and Henry Seymour of Onondaga — all Republicans. 
Two, Livingston and Seymour, were decidedly hostile to Governor 
Clinton, Hammond was friendly, and Yates resented the dictation 
and interference of Judge Spencer. The operations of this Council 
were peculiar and very much mixed; personal friendship and per- 
sonal influence among the members themselves produced greater 
results than political considerations. Cadwallader D. Colden was 
appointed mayor of New York by a coalition between Messrs. Ham- 
mond and Yates, with the governor casting the deciding vote; not 
because the governor favored Colden, for Sylvanus Miller had been 
nominated by him, but in order to defeat the choice of Messrs. Liv- 
ingston and Seymour, the Tammany or " Bucktail " member, so 
called from the custom of Tammany men wearing a buck's tail in 
their hat on certain occasions. The Council made many changes 
in the civil service, restored many of their party friends and disci- 
plining obnoxious partisans. 

Mr. Ogden Edwards of New York introduced a bill in the assem- 
bly at this session of the legislature, authorizing the calling of a 
state convention for the purpose of amending the state Constitution 
by abolishing the Council of Appointment, but Governor Clinton 
refused to lend his assistance to the scheme. 



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NIAGARA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Seventieth regiment of infantry: 
Lyman Blackmar, lieutenant colonel, vice B. J. Clough, resigned; 
Abner Currier, major, vice L. Calvin, resigned; Josiah Emary, quar- 
termaster, vice Paine, promoted; Thomas Holmes, paymaster, vice 
Woodruff, promoted; Jonathan Hayt, surgeon's mate. 

Jonathan Colby, captain, vice A. Currier, promoted; Gilbert Baley, 



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lieutenant, vice J. Colby, promoted; Lyman Clark, ensign, vice J. 
Colby, second, declined. 

John Holmes, captain, vice L. Blackmar, promoted; James Wood, 
lieutenant, vice T. Holmes, promoted; Judiah E. Budlong, ensign, 
vice J. Holmes, promoted. 

Obadiah Newton, captain, vice Laton, resigned; William Cook, 
lieutenant, vice S. Littlefield, declined; John Baker, ensign, vice 
Northrop, declined. 

John Wasson, captain, vice Holmes, moved; Mory P. Briggs, lieu- 
tenant, vice Sumner, declined; Samuel W. Edmons, ensign, vice 
Wasson, promoted. 

Abner Pattengell, captain, vice J. M. Stevens, promoted; James W. 
Griffin, lieutenant, vice J. Emory, do; Israel Smith, ensign, vice Pat- 
tengell, promoted; Jonathan Salisbury, ensign. 

New company — Daniel C. Crane, captain; Waterbury Miller, lieu- 
tenant; Henry Jonson, ensign. 

Lawrence T. Woodruff, captain, vice Prentice, declined. 

Fifth brigade of infantry: 

Edward Paine, brigade quartermaster. 

Thirteenth regiment of infantry: 

Calvin Fillamore, lieutenant colonel, vice J. Wells, deceased; 
Arunah Hibbard, major, vice Fillamore, promoted; Jonathan 
Thomas, quartermaster, vice B. Bevins, promoted; Guy H. Good- 
rich, paymaster; Ebenezer Johnson, surgeon, vice L. Brown, 
deceased; Benjamin C. Congden, surgeon's mate, vice Johnson, 
promoted; Glezen Fillmore, chaplain, vice Lincoln, moved. 

Captains — Philip Peekham, vice Hibbard, promoted; John Boyers, 
vice Ford, resigned; Francis Lincoln, vice Fillamore, moved; Benja- 
min Bevins, vice W. R. Allen, do; Abraham Miller, vice Kelley, do. 

Lieutenants — Benjamin Holmes, vice Boyers, promoted; Elisha 
Williams, vice Peekham, do; Milo Harris, vice Persons, declined. 



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Ensigns — Ira Doud, vice Greenman; Peter L. Minar, vice D. 
Minar, declined; George Buck; George Stow, vice M. Harris, pro- 
moted; Thomas Bevins, junior, vice J. Thomas, moved. 

James Carmer, lieutenant. 

One Hundred and Sixty-third regiment of infantry : 

Parkhurst Whitney, colonel, vice S. Hopkins, resigned; Erastus 
Parks, lieutenant colonel, vice A. Sage, resigned; David Porter, 
major. 

Zina H. Colvin, adjutant, vice Clark, promoted; Charles P. Kel- 
cey, quartermaster; Bates Cook, paymaster. 

Stephen Chapman, captain, vice P. Whitney, promoted; Garret 
Van Slyke, lieutenant, vice Sims; Eldad Fields, ensign, vice Burger, 
moved. 

James Murray, captain, vice Baldwin, moved; Alexander Dicka- 
son, lieutenant, vice Sage, moved; Lewis Hawley, ensign, vice Mur- 
ray, promoted. 

Noah Beach, captain, vice Sawlden (Rufus Spalding), resigned; 
Samuel Barton, lieutenant, vice Childs, promoted; Amos S. Tryon, 
ensign. 

New company — William Howell, captain; Hiram McNeal, lieu- 
tenant; Levi Warner, ensign. 

New company — Daniel Pomeroy, captain; Charles Moylenex 
(Moleyneaux, Molleneaux, Molyneaux), lieutenant; David Beach, 
ensign. 

New company — Elijah Hathaway, captain; John Martin, lieuten- 
ant; Harvey Doty, ensign. 

New company — Jonathan Froman, captain; George Sheldon, lieu- 
tenant; William Knowles, ensign. 

The Commander-in-chief having organized a new regiment from 
the One Hundred and Sixty-third regiment of infantry and to be 



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1862 Annual Report of the 

denominated the One Hundred and Eightieth regiment of infantry — 
Resolved, that the following officers be appointed in the same : 

John Maybee, colonel; Joel Henderson, lieutenant colonel; James 
YVysner, major; Robert H. Henderson, surgeon; Samuel B. More- 
house, adjutant; Burroughs Holmes, quartermaster; David Pettit, 
paymaster. 

Henry Elsworth, junior, captain; James Hitchcock, lieutenant; 
Rosekrans Holmes, ensign. 

Parson Richardson, captain; Thomas Richardson, lieutenant; 
Samuel Barrett, ensign. 

Xathan Stowell, captain; George C. Pease, lieutenant; John Lay- 
ton, ensign. 

Cotton Nash, captain; Samuel Jenks, lieutenant; John St. John, 
ensign. 

Christopher L. Taylor, captain; Asahel Johnson, lieutenant; 
George Edmonds, ensign. 

Jacob Albright, captain; Mark Burtch, lieutenant; David Burgess, 
ensign. 

NIAGARA AND CATTARAUGUS COUNTIES. 

The Commander-in-chief having organized a new brigade from 
the fifth brigade of infantry to be denominated the forty-seventh 
brigade of infantry and to be composed of the Forty-eighth, the One 
Hundred and Seventy-third and a new regiment organized from the 
said Forty-eighth regiment and to be denominated the One Hun- 
dred and Eighty-first regiment of infantry, therefore, Resolved, that 
the following officers be appointed, viz: 

Forty-seventh brigade of infantry: 

Ezra Xott, brigadier general; Elihu Rice, brigade major and 
inspector; Earl Sawyer, brigade quartermaster. 



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niagara county. 

Forty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Charles Johnson, colonel, vice E. Nott, promoted; Asa Warren, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Johnson, promoted; Silas Whitting, major, 
vice F. Richman, promoted; Truman Cary, adjutant, vice H. God- 
frey, moved; James Mosher, quartermaster, vice A. Warren, pro- 
moted; Gorton Night, paymaster, vice G. Briggs. 

Captains — Sherman Dayton, vice P. Lewis, discharged; Darius 
Crandell; Lilly Stafford; Robert Kerr; Hiram Yaw, vice C. Doolittle, 
resigned; Elijah Talman, vice S. Whitting, promoted. 

Lieutenants — Isaac Drake, vice A. Salisbury, moved; James B. 
Titus; Wheeler Bardsley, vice Warren, moved; Robert Ingersol, 
vice Hamilton, moved; Henry W. Palmerton, Humphrey Smith. 

Ensigns — James Rathbone; Daniel Pratt; Thomas Thurber; Eras- 
tus Baker, vice T. Carey, promoted; Zeri Hamilton; Samuel Wood. 

One Hundred and Eighty-first regiment of infantry (new): 

Frederick Richman, colonel; Truman White, lieutenant colonel; 
Benjamin Fay, major; Giles Briggs, adjutant; Austin Smith, quar- 
termaster; Leonard Ballard, paymaster; Daniel Ingalls, surgeon. 

Asa Wells, captain; Christopher Douglass, lieutenant; John Hin- 
man, ensign. 

Carey Clemmons, captain; Jesse Kingsley, lieutenant; Daniel 
Putnam, ensign. 

Harry Sears, captain, vice T. White, promoted; Giles Churchill, 
lieutenant, vice H. Sears, promoted; James Tyrer, ensign. 

John Wilcox, junior, captain; Jeremiah Wilcox, lieutenant, vice 
E. Rice, promoted; Reuben Rider, ensign, vice E. Bond, promoted. 

Elias Bond, captain; David Calkins, lieutenant; John B. H. 
Osmore, ensign. 



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cattaraugus county. 

James Runalds, captain, vice E. Sawyer, promoted; Willard Law, 
lieutenant, vice J. Runald, do; William Price, ensign. 

One Hundred and Seventy-third regiment of infantry: 

Solomon Curtis, lieutenant colonel, vice J. Robinson, moved; 
Timothy Butler, major, vice Curtis, promoted; Peter Tenbrook, 
adjutant, vice R. Tifft, promoted; Jared Benedict, quartermaster; 
Samuel G. Sutton, paymaster; James Trowbridge, surgeon, vice Grif- 
fin, moved. 

Captains — Peter Allen; Royal Tifft; Walter Wood; Benjamin J. 
Seely; Moses Warner, vice Butler, promoted. 

Lieutenants — John V. King; Jeremiah Pratt, junior; Moses Cham- 
berlin; Wyllys Thrall; James Adkins; Samuel McClure. 

Ensigns — Nathan Bumpus; Phineas Spencer; Willard Law; Isaac 
Lawton, vice Benedict, promoted; Harvey Woodworth; John J. 
Cook; Harvey Parker; Charles H. Briggs. 

TIOGA COUNTY. 

Ninety-fifth regiment of infantry: 

George Fisher, lieutenant colonel, vice R. Bush, neglected to 
qualify; Hudson Jennings, major, vice Fisher, promoted; Richard H. 
Sacket, quartermaster; Urban Palmer, paymaster. 

Uri Clark, captain, vice Jennings, promoted; John D. Miller, lieu- 
tenant, vice Clark, do: Starr Clark, ensign; Moses Banfield, lieu- 
tenant; James Van Kleeck, ensign. 

Edward A. Judd, captain; William Munro, lieutenant; James 
Smith, ensign. 

John Ford, captain; John Lyon, lieutenant; Benjamin Horton, 
ensign ; Stephen L. Peart, ensign. 

Isaac Hugg, junior, captain: Abraham Cowell, lieutenant; Moses 
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Alexander Graham, captain; Titus R. Read, lieutenant; Benjamin 
Strong, ensign. 

Walter Herrick, captain; Daniel R. Park, lieutenant. 

Seventy-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Green Bently, lieutenant; Henry Baldwin, ensign; David Coe, 
ensign. 

George Coryell, captain; David Lee, lieutenant. « 

Eighteenth brigade of infantry : 

Elijah Carpenter, brigade inspector, vice H. Wells, promoted; 
Asel Buck, brigade quartermaster. 

BROOME COUNTY. 

Third regiment of infantry: 

Oliver Ely, colonel, vice D. Clark, declining; Orlando Parsons, 
lieutenant colonel, vice O. Ely, promoted; Oliver Stiles, major; 
Joseph Matterson, adjutant, vice L. Richards, promoted; George 
Beckwith, quartermaster, vice B. Morse, resigned; William Whitney, 
paymaster. 

Luman Richards, captain, vice O. Stiles, promoted. 

Ebby Hyde, captain, vice E. Culver, resigned. 

Fifty-third regiment of infantry : 

David Turner, adjutant, vice J. Berry, resigned. 

Wright Dunham, lieutenant, vice E. Briggs, declining; Parley 
Johnson, ensign; Alexander Yates, lieutenant, vice Harris, declining; 
Sylvester Camp, ensign, vice Smith, moved; David Munroe, lieu- 
tenant, vice J. Tozer, resigned; Elishama Tozer, ensign, vice Munro, 
promoted. 

John B. Royce, captain, vice Anderson, moved; William B. 
Bement, lieutenant, vice Royce, promoted; Daniel Moore, ensign. 

Lewis Seymour, captain, vice Bragler, resigned; Joseph Chambers, 
lieutenant, vice Seymour, promoted; Elias Skillman, ensign. 



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Riflemen — Ira Ransom, captain, vice W. Steward, resigned; John 
Seymour, lieutenant, vice Ransom, promoted; John Steward, ensign, 
vice Seymour. 

Battalion set off from the Third regiment of infantry: 

Samuel Badg - er, major commandant; Robert Harper, junior, adju- 
tant, vice E. Smith, promoted; Jacob Eadick, quartermaster, vice 
R. Harper, junior; David Barber, surgeon; Jeremiah Rogers, pay- 
master; Joseph Wood, chaplain. 

Riflemen — Leman Mason, captain, vice Badger, promoted; Sam- 
uel Stow, junior, lieutenant, vice Mason, promoted; Clarendon Bow- 
man, ensign, vice Stow, promoted. 

William McClure, junior, captain, vice Sampson, moved; Henry 
McClure, lieutenant, vice W. McClure, promoted; Zina Alexander, 
ensign, vice Eadick, promoted. 

Isaac Doolittle, captain, vice Williams, resigned; Daniel Stow, 
second, lieutenant, vice Doolittle, promoted; Judson Allen, ensign. 

Enoch Smith, captain, vice Nichols, declined; Luther Brown, 
lieutenant; Daniel Blakeley, junior, ensign. 

Isaac Turner, captain; Moses Dyer, lieutenant; Amos Everts, 
ensign. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Fifty-second regiment of infantry: 

Seth Roberts, lieutenant colonel, vice S. Felt, moved; Levi Tread- 
well, major, vice Roberts, promoted; John H. Shew, adjutant; John 
Murphy, quartermaster, vice Galagher, resigned; John Ray, sur- 
geon; Oliver Reynolds, surgeon's mate; Tinney, chaplain. 

John Fuller, lieutenant; Jesse Austin, ensign, vice Fuller, 
promoted. 

Richard Tillotson, captain, vice Ncwcomb, moved; Nathan Kings- 
ley, lieutenant, vice Tillotson, promoted; William Armstrong, 
ensign, vice Kingsley, promoted. 



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William- Billing-hurst, captain, vice Charter, moved; Adonijah 
Green, lieutenant, vice Billinghurst, promoted; Patrick P. Dickin- 
son, ensign, vice Green, promoted. 

Roswell Everitt, captain, vice Treadwell, promoted; Noah Rams- 
dell, lieutenant, vice Everitt, do; Joshua C. Eaton, ensign, vice 
Ramsdel, do. 

James Shew, captain, vice Case, resigned; Elisha Fullam, junior, 
lieutenant, vice J. H. Shew, adjutant; Moses Hadley, ensign, vice 
Fullam, promoted. 

Chandler Huntington, captain, vice Newman, resigned; Elisha 
Blodget, lieutenant; Warren Perkins, ensign. 

John Shoecraft, junior, captain; Dyer Bannitt, lieutenant, vice 
Shoecraft, promoted; John Hicks, ensign, vice Bannitt, promoted. 

Riflemen — James Shoecraft, captain; Jonathan Baker, lieutenant; 
John Culver, ensign. 

Fourth regiment of infantry: 

John Lusk, major; Stephen Hendee, quartermaster, vice Graham, 
resigned; Julius Steele, chaplain. 

Marvin Schudder, captain, vice Boughton, resigned; Jonathan 
Smith, lieutenant, vice Schudder, promoted; Calvin Brookins, 
ensign, vice Smith, promoted. 

Peter Perry, captain, vice Lusk, do; James Williams, lieutenant, 
vice Perry, do; Williams Brace, ensign, vice Williams', do. 

Marvin Smith, captain, vice Sines, moved; Jacob Smith, lieu- 
tenant, vice M. Smith, promoted; Elias Smith, ensign, vice J. 
Smith, do. 

Ezra Sheldon, captain, vice Barnard, resigned; Abraham Cole, 
lieutenant, vice Sheldon, promoted; George Claflin, ensign. 

Riflemen — Spencer Coleman, captain; Jonathan Adams, lieuten- 
ant; Oliver Strong, ensign. 



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1 868 Annual Report of the 

Twenty-second regiment of infantry : 

Ephraim Jones, lieutenant colonel; George Bowen, major; Charles 
Gooding - , adjutant, vice E. Jones, promoted; Abiel Hathaway, quar- 
termaster, vice Gooding; Ward Park, paymaster. 

Benjamin Boyd, captain, vice Phillips, resigned; Zebulun Phillips, 
second, lieutenant, vice Boyd, promoted; James Sibley, ensign, vice 
Phillips, promoted. 

Enoch E. Colby, captain, vice Taylor, resigned; John Wheeler, 
lieutenant, vice Colby, promoted; Riley Crooks, ensign, vice 
Wheeler, promoted. 

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Ezra Parmely, captain, vice Covil, resigned; Luman Hatch, lieu- 
tenant, vice Parmely, promoted; Hiram Hatch, ensign. 

Sylvanus Jones, junior, captain, vice Bowen, promoted; John M. 
Bissel, lieutenant, vice Jones, promoted; Chandler Hathaway, ensign, 
vice Bissel, do. 

A new company — Charles Fowler, captain; James Leslie, junior, 
lieutenant; Lyman Haws, ensign. 

Light Infantry — Constant Shaw, captain, vice Doolittle, 
resigned; Nathan Briggs, lieutenant, vice Shaw, promoted; Calvin 
Phillips, ensign, vice Briggs, promoted. 

A new company — Orra Spencer, captain; Jonathan Waters, lieu- 
tenant; Jabez Ward, ensign. 

New battalion set off from the Twenty-second regiment of infantry 
consisting of the militia in the towns of Italy, Naples and Spring- 
water : 

Joseph Clark, major commandant; Henry Roff, junior, lieutenant, 
vice Graves, promoted. 

Charles Graves, captain ; James Fox, ensign. 

Lorenzo Clark, captain, vice Clark, promoted; Zaccheus Barber, 
lieutenant, vice L. Clark, promoted; Jacob Sutton, ensign, vice Bar- 
ber, promoted. 






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A new company — Reuben Gilbert, captain; Hosea H. Grover, 
lieutenant; Daniel Herrick, junior, ensign. 

Ninety-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Leman Gibbs, colonel, vice G. Smith, resigned; Cephas Beach, 
lieutenant colonel; Daniel Kelley, major, vice Gibbs, promoted; 
Lester Kingsbury, adjutant, vice Kneeland, resigned; Jacob B. Hall, 
paymaster, vice Kingsbury; Henry Pierce, quartermaster. 

Captains — Samuel Magee, vice Kelley, promoted; Edmund 
Bridges, vice Beach, do; George W. Warner, vice Hovey, moved; 
Benjamin Palmer, vice Hanna, do. 

Lieutenants — Charles Roseburgh, vice Magee, promoted; Loring 
P. Day, vice Munger; Gurdon Nowlen, vice Bridges, promoted; 
Roswell Merrills, vice Dann, moved; Harry Hyde, vice Stedman, 
resigned. 

Ensigns — Robert Teasdale, vice Roseburgh, promoted ; Moses 
Hunt, vice Hyde, promoted; George Pratt; Seneca Warner, vice 
Warner, promoted; Joseph Driesbach, vice R. McCartney, moved; 
Samuel Brown. 

New company— Joshua Whitney, captain; Charles P. Colton, lieu- 
tenant; Peter Stiles, ensign. 

One Hundred and Third regiment of infantry: 

William Cornwell, junior, adjutant, vice Coldron, moved; Arial N. 
Brown, quartermaster, vice Cornwell; John Lawrence, junior, pay- 
master, vice Brown. 

Captains — Jacob Roorback, vice Hedges, moved; John B. Chase, 
vice Bagley, moved; John F. Randolph, vice Young, moved. 

Lieutenants — John Porter, vice Roorback, promoted; Jacob Her- 
rick, vice Chase, do; Frederick S. Pierce, vice Lawrence, promoted; 
Daniel King, vice Randolph, promoted. 

Ensigns — John Roorback, vice Porter, promoted; Nehemiah Win- 



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ship, vice Herrick, promoted; Lewis Rapilee; Lewis Dixton, vice 
Pierce, promoted; Wright Brown, junior, vice King, promoted. 

Thirty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Nathaniel H. Beckwith, quartermaster, vice Wilcox; Alpheus 
Harwood, paymaster, vice Porter, resigned; Jesse Townsend, 
chaplain. 

Captains — Joshua S. Terry, vice Fuller, moved; Oliver Durfee, 
vice Phelps, resigned; Elisha W. Cobb, vice Spear, moved. 

Lieutenants — Zurial Brown, vice Terry, promoted; William C. 
Robison, vice Reed, resigned; Jacob G. Crane, vice Adams, 
resigned. 

Ensigns — Stephen Reeves, second, vice Brown, promoted; Samuel 
Sawyer, vice E. W. Cobb, promoted; George Bayington, vice Hink- 
ley, promoted; Frederick U. Sheffield, vice Harwood, promoted; 
Orin White, vice Beckwith, promoted; John Sweezey, vice Durfee, 
promoted. 

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Eleventh regiment of infantry: 

Abner Bunnel, colonel, vice Sawyer, resigned; Phineas P. Bates, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Bunnel, promoted; Joel S. Hart, major, vice 
Clark, moved; Oliver Rose, adjutant, vice Bates, promoted; Dudley 
Marvin, quartermaster, vice Granger, promoted. 

Arsinoe Beebe, captain, vice Flickox, resigned; Milton Gillett, 
lieutenant, vice Beebe, promoted; Mirtillo Warner, ensign, vice 
Gillett, promoted. 

William D. Murray, captain, vice Hart, promoted; Ephraim Wat- 
kins, lieutenant, vice Murray, promoted; Jonathan P. Couch, ensign, 
vice Watkins, promoted. 

Peter Mitchel, captain, vice Howland, resigned; Alanson Lock- 
wood, lieutenant, vice Mitchel, promoted; Augustus Sawyer, ensign. 

James Sibley, captain, vice Brocklebank, moved; William Wood, 



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lieutenant, vice Marvin; David C. Bates, ensign, vice Sibley, pro- 
moted; Elisha Hecock, lieutenant, vice Rose; Thaddeus Remming- 
ton, junior, ensign, vice Hecock, promoted; Daniel S. Morse, lieu- 
tenant; Aaron Crittenden, ensign; Peter C. Brown, lieutenant; Asa 
Smith, ensign. 

Seventy-first regiment of infantry: 

Upton Dorsey, quartermaster; Jeremiah B. Pierce, surgeon's 
mate. 

Captains — Jacob Cost, vice N. Howe, resigned; Samuel Howe, 
vice Dunnell, resigned. 

Lieutenants — William E. Perine, vice Pease, resigned; Archibald 
Gold, vice S. Howe, promoted; Jonathan S. Butler, vice Cost, 
promoted. 

Ensigns — William H. Price, vice Perine, promoted; Thomas E. 
Dorsey, vice A. Dorsey, promoted; Chauncey R. Johnson, vice 
Goold, promoted; Otho Beall, vice Butler, promoted; Alfred Hobbs, 
vice Hildreth, resigned; Samuel Rosseter, vice U. Dorsey, promoted. 

Battalion of infantry lately commanded by William Rogers, 
junior: 

Daniel Poppino, major commandant, vice Rogers, moved; Ebene- 
zer Inglesby, second major; Alfred J. Deming, adjutant, vice Whip- 
ple, promoted; Russell Cole, quartermaster, vice Troup, resigned; 
Holly St. John, junior, paymaster, vice Calhoun, promoted; Josiah 
Bennett, surgeon, vice J. Mallory, resigned. 

Russell Whipple, captain, vice Poppino, promoted; Gardner Cal- 
houn, lieutenant; Amos White, ensign, vice J. Shaft, moved. 

Peter Thatcher, captain, vice Inglesbie, promoted; Daniel Inmann, 
lieutenant, vice Thatcher, promoted; Charles Sabins, ensign. 

Thomas Wheeler, captain, vice Hovey, moved; Thomas Johnson, 
lieutenant, vice Wheeler, promoted; William P. Erwin, ensign, vice 
Johnson, promoted. 



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Forty-second regiment of infantry : 

David Field, junior, quartermaster, vice J. Hall, resigned. 

Jabez Pease, lieutenant, vice Noble, moved; Isaac P. Seymour, 
ensign, vice J. Hall, moved; Edward Howard, lieutenant, vice Mere- 
dith Malery, resig'ned. 

NIAGARA COUNTY. 

Seventh regiment of artillery: 

Reuben B. Heacock, captain; Julius Guitteau, first lieutenant; 
Leonard P. Crary, second lieutenant. 

Twelfth regiment of cavalry: 

Hawxhurst Addington, captain; Uray S. Littlefield, first lieuten- 
ant; James Reynolds, second lieutenant; Hiram Warren, cornet. 

OTSEGO COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Thirty-fifth regiment of infantry; 

Alfred Porter, adjutant, vice J. Willis, moved; Levi Tenny, quar- 
termaster, vice A. Porter; Alfred Moors, paymaster, vice L. Tenny. 

Captains — Robert Hewes, vice P. McChesney, resigned; Chaun- 
cey Hannahs, vice Hopkins, moved. 

Lieutenants — Noah Freeman; John B. Wells, vice Lodowick 
Brown, moved. 

John Cunningham, ensign; Doras Hatch, lieutenant; Stephen 
Whipple, ensign. 

One Hundred and Twelfth regiment of infantry: 

Robert Davis, major, vice Dunham, promoted. 

William J. Ferris, captain, vice R. Davis, promoted; Isaac Allen, 
lieutenant, vice Sullivan, resigned; Elisha Spafford, ensign, vice 
Ferris, promoted; Andrew F. Gilchrist, lieutenant, vice Sheldon, 
declining; Rufus Sabin. ensign, vice E. B. Sheldon, moved. 

Alvan Stewart, captain, vice J. Dutcher, moved; Daniel Holt, lieu- 
tenant, vice B. Marks, moved; Benjamin Davis, ensign. 



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Jonathan Hall, captain, vice Allen, resigned; Henry Smith, lieu- 
tenant, vice Hall, promoted; Joseph Clary, ensign, vice Smith, do. 

John Denton, captain, with rank from August 26, 181 7, vice But- 
ler, resigned. 

Second regiment of infantry: 

George Morell, colonel, vice C. Steere, resigned; Daniel Potter, 
junior, lieutenant colonel, vice E. Phinney, resigned; Ambrose L. 
Jordan, major, vice G. Morell, promoted; Samuel Starkweather, 
adjutant, vice Webb, moved. 

Captains — Jesse Stetson, with rank from August 26, 1817, vice 
C. Underwood, resigned; Daniel Winsor, vice D. Potter, junior, pro- 
moted; Isaac Burch, vice S. Mallery, resigned; James Steere (light 
infantry), vice Jordan, promoted; Seth Reed, vice H. Smith, 
resigned; Artemas Brockway, vice S. Wood, resigned; Joseph 
Wood, vice H. Knowlton, resigned; William Williams, vice W. Fair- 
child, moved. 

Lieutenants — Otis Lewis, vice S. Reed, promoted; Thomas Pierce, 
vice D. Winsor, promoted; William Willson (light infantry), vice 
J. Steere, promoted; George H. Derbyshire, vice J. Burch, pro- 
moted; Thomas K. Cory, vice J. F. Fuller, moved; Chester Jarvis, 
vice W. Gardner, do; David Price, vice A. Brockway, promoted. 

Ensigns — Samuel Starkweather, vice W. Willson, promoted; John 
Woodhouse, vice Fairchild, promoted; Noah Burrell, vice T. Pierce, 
promoted; Ebenezer Kinson, vice O. Bliss, declined; Jason Beck- 
ley, junior, vice Derbyshire, promoted; Thomas Clark, vice O. 
Lewis, promoted; Luther Hartwell, vice T. K. Cory, promoted; 
Miles Comstock (light infantry), vice Starkweather, promoted; Eph- 
raim Thayre, vice J. Wood, promoted. 

Sixtieth regiment of infantry: 

Daniel S. Stanton, quartermaster. 
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Captains — Daniel Griswold, Holden E. Sweet. 

Lieutenants — Sanford Harrington. Henry Hopkins. 

Ensigns — John Blood, junior, Nathan Wheeler. 

Seventh regiment of infantry: 

Stephen Seaward, colonel, vice B. Kaple, resigned; Nathan Kings- 
ley, lieutenant colonel, vice Seaward, promoted; Lionel Sheldon, 
major; John J. Snyder, adjutant, vice Beldin, resigned; Harvey W. 
Babcock, quartermaster, vice G. Tubbs, resigned; Truman Gilbert, 
paymaster. 

Captains — Bela Johnson, vice L. Sheldon, promoted; Oliver Chap- 
pel, vice D. Houghton, resigned. 

Light Infantry — Simeon Houghton, captain; Sylvester Draper, 
lieutenant. 

Xathaniel Carpenter, lieutenant; Philer Benedict, ensign. 

Fifty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Artemas Shelden, colonel, vice M. Rogers, resigned; Aden Dem- 
ing, lieutenant colonel, vice Shelden, promoted; Abel Caulkins,, 
major, vice Deming, promoted; Horatio Pattengill, adjutant, vice 
T. H. Gorton, promoted; William Fitch, quartermaster, vice D. 
Blass, resigned; Henry Sill, paymaster, vice L. Elderkin, moved. 

Captains — William Hall, vice W. Tyler, moved; John Bell, junior, 
vice Caulkins, promoted; David Tolbert, vice H. Walbridge, moved; 
Abraham Van Nostrand, vice A. Pierce, moved; Nicholas Parker, 
vice A. Park, resigned. 

Lieutenants — J. Judson, Buck, vice J. Bell, junior, promoted; 
James Loyd, vice J. Day, resigned; Russell B. Carpenter, vice W. 
Hall, promoted; Jonathan Hunt, vice N. Parker, promoted; Elisha 
Pratt, vice S. Pierce, moved. 

Ensigns — Archibald Whetford, vice Buck, promoted; Sullivan 
Farrar, vice Tolbert, promoted; Daniel Chapin, vice P. Ten 



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(Broeck), resigned; Abijah Beardsley, vice Carpenter, promoted; 

Jonathan Badcock, vice E. Pratt, promoted; Josiah Marks, junior, 

vice J. Hunt, promoted. 

Second brigade of infantry: 

Company of riflemen commanded by Captain Jesse Smith : 

Ithamer Hitchcock, second lieutenant; Seth Fairchild, ensign, 

vice S. Noble, moved. 

CHENANGO COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Thirty-third regiment of infantry: 

Lorin Sweet, major, vice Crary, moved; John Rathbun, quarter- 
master, vice Parkie,* moved. 

Light Infantry — Curtis Stoddard, captain, vice L. Sweet, pro- 
moted; Ithurial Rogers, lieutenant, vice C. Stoddard, promoted; 
Erastus Woodruff, ensign, vice I. Rogers, promoted. 

Erastus Smith, lieutenant, vice Rathbun, quartermaster; Gerardus 
Vanderlyn, ensign, vice E. Smith, promoted. 

Erastus Dickinson, captain, vice R. Wetherby, moved; William 
F. Dickinson, lieutenant, vice E. Dickinson, promoted; David Hey- 
ers, ensign, vice W. F. Dickinson, promoted. 

Hiram Johnson, captain, vice O. Bush, resigned; Simon Trask, 
lieutenant, vice H. Johnson, promoted; William Cable, ensign, vice 
S. Trask, promoted. 

Zera Bardsley, captain, vice Mandeville, moved; x\pollos Foote, 
ensign, vice Bardsley, moved. 

David Copeland, captain, vice W. Edgerton, discharged; Charles 
Grant, lieutenant, vice D. Copeland, promoted; Isaac Sellick, ensign, 
vice C. Grant, promoted. 

Bela Rogers, captain, vice J. Grant, discharged; David Grant, 
lieutenant, vice B. Rogers, promoted; George Agard, ensign, vice 
D. Grant, promoted. 

* Hiland H. Parker appointed March 2, 1814; Alfred Brown, March 22, I816. 



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1876 Annual Report of the 

Samuel Wheeler, lieutenant, vice R. Monell, promoted; Erastus 
Tremain, ensign, vice S. Wheeler, promoted. 

New company — Israel Baldwin, captain; Elijah Rathbun, lieu- 
tenant; Joseph Juliand, junior, ensign. 

Calvin Wilde, lieutenant. 

One Hundred and Fifth regiment of infantry: 

Gardner Waters, major, vice R. Gray, declining; Elisha S. Wales, 
surgeon, vice J. Camp, junior, moved; Austin Rouse, surgeon's 
mate, vice S. Guthrie, moved; Nathaniel L. Gilbert, chaplain, vice 
J. Ferris, moved. 

Light Infantry — Joseph Slater, captain, vice Warren, resigned; 
Nicholas Brown, lieutenant, vice J. Slater, promoted; Eleazer Brown, 
ensign, vice N. Brown, promoted; James Thompson, captain, vice 
T. Robinson, resigned; John Mudge, junior, lieutenant, vice J. Nash, 
resigned; Daniel Hammond, ensign, vice Merrill, resigned. 

Aaron Porter, captain, vice G. Waters, promoted; Chauncey A. 
Guthrie, lieutenant, vice A. Porter, promoted. 

Ensigns — John E. Young, Lorenzo Hatch, John Miller, junior. 

Riflemen — Zadock Adams, captain, vice W. Windsor, declining; 
Elijah Kinney, lieutenant, vice Adams, promoted; Samuel Randall, 
ensign, vice Kinney, promoted. 

Ira Nobles, captain, vice N. Chamberlin, aid to general; Elial 
Williams, lieutenant, vice I. Nobles, promoted; Alva Wilcox, ensign, 
vice E. Williams, promoted. 

Battalion of infantry commanded by Augustus C. Welch: 

Ebenezer Bivins, quartermaster, vice Anderson, moved. 

Richard S. Goff. captain, vice Ambler, resigned; Henry Foote, 
lieutenant, vice R. S. Goff, promoted; Warren Wightman, ensign, 
vice H. Foote, promoted. 

Battalion of infantry whereof David Pollard was lately major 
commandant: 

 



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Stephen Stilwell, major commandant, vice D. Pollard, declined; 
Darius Smith, junior, second major, vice Stilwell, promoted; Samuel 
Stowel, adjutant, vice Miner, moved; Richard W. Juliand, quarter- 
master, vice Scofield, declined; Nathan Boynton, surgeon's mate. 

Light Infantry — Abijah Sheldon, captain, vice Stowel, declined; 
Zachariah Tarbell, lieutenant, vice Smith, promoted; Otis Loveland, 
ensign, vice Hinckley, moved. 

Sylvester Smith, captain, vice D. Smith, junior, promoted; Asa 
Gillett, ensign, vice McCrea, moved; Talket F. S. Cook, ensign, vice 
S. Stowel, promoted. 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

Ninety-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Asa Johnson, junior, lieutenant colonel; Philo Welton, major, 
Horace S. Turner, adjutant; Nathan Stone, quartermaster; Solomon 
Sutherland, paymaster. 

Captains — Daniel Kemp, William Tanner. 

Lieutenants — Ezra Ludden, Silas McKay, Luther Briggs, William 
Richardson. 

Ensigns — Nathan Clapp, Josiah Smith, Samuel Mahan, junior, 
Daniel H. Wooster. 

Riflemen — Ebenezer Jackson, captain; Samuel Spafford, lieuten- 
ant; Nathaniel G. Reynolds, ensign. 

One Hundred and Seventy-first regiment of infantry: 

Ira Wilson, colonel; William Broughton, lieutenant colonel; 
Chester Warriner, major; Anson Root, surgeon. 

Captains — Daniel Bradley, William Webster, William Fuller. 

Lieutenants — Lyman Parker, Ira Huntly, James Cowen. 

Ensigns — George Hickox, William R. Collins, Zephon Brough- 
ton. 

Light Infantry — William S. Stone, captain; Nathan Snow, lieu- 
tenant; Alanson Cutting, ensign. 



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Riflemen — Amos Wilson, captain; Jacob Grimes, lieutenant; 
Smith Hallock, ensign. 

One Hundred and Sixty-first regiment of infantry: 

Captains — Salmon Preston, Nathaniel Howard. 

Lieutenants — Ebenezer Seymour, Noah D. Sanger, Calvin Davis, 
Dyer Walker. 

Ensigns — Amos Otis, Francis Field, Elisha Beardsley, George W. 
Jones. 

Light Infantry — David A. Miller, captain; Hezekiah Ripley, 
lieutenant; Peter Holloway, ensign. 

Riflemen — Charles Leonard, captain; Atwood Griffin, lieutenant; 
Alexander Dudley, ensign. 

One Hundred and Sixty-fourth regiment: 

Samuel Hall, lieutenant colonel; Josiah Newton, major; Ethan B. 
Allen, adjutant; Daniel Tisdale, paymaster; John Cotes, junior, sur- 
geon's mate. 

Captains — Asa Badcock, Russell Loomis, Abel P. Wightman, 
Jeremiah Wilford, William McCarty, Lodowick Champlin. 

Lieutenants — Elisha S. Smith, Roswell Britton, Henry Rumsey, 
David Darby, Norman Shepard, Asa Palmer, Jessamine Drake. 

Ensigns — David Waite, Richard Buell, junior, Elisha W. Rumsey, 
Aaron Gary, William S. O'Donaghey, Marcus Wakeman, Milton 
Stage (of light infantry). 

New battalion of infantry set off from the One Hundred and 
Sixty-fourth regiment in the county of Genesee: 

William Thayer, major commandant; Hugh Long, adjutant; 
Alfred H. Rann, quartermaster; Joseph Peters, paymaster; Abijah 
W. Stoddard, surgeon. 

Captains^-Daniel Bailey, James Hyde 

Lieutenants — Smith Harroun, Cyrenus Wilbor, James Sutherland, 

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Ensigns — Noah North, Cyrus Humphrey, Samuel Matteson, 
junior. 

Light Infantry — Nehemiah Tracy, captain; Moses Fuller, lieu- 
tenant; James Jackman, ensign. 

James Anderson, junior, ensign. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fifty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Henry Smith, surgeon's mate, vice Chapley, resigned. 

Captains — Numa Leonard, vice G. Peck, resigned ; Simeon Fuller, 
vice G. Peck, resigned; David Hill, vice Hallock, resigned; Powers 
Greene, vice Chase, deceased; Asa Colburn, vice C. Briggs, moved. 

Lieutenants — Chester Hayden, vice N. Leonard, promoted; Wil- 
liam Parker, vice A. Wright, resigned; James Powell, vice S. Fuller, 
promoted; Benjamin Wiggins, vice Hill, promoted; Eliab Wheelock, 
vice J. Knox, moved; John West, junior, vice S. Clark, moved. 

Ensigns — Richard S. Bainbridge, vice W. Parker, promoted; 
Darius Martin, vice C. Hayden, promoted; Squire Utley, vice J. 
Powell, promoted; James Martin, vice B. Wiggins, promoted; Clark 
Robinson, vice Townsend, declined; Abel Gates, vice Briggs, moved. 

One Hundred and Fortieth regiment of infantry: 

Gardner Avery, colonel, vice J. Williams, resigned; Amos Rob- 
erts, lieutenant colonel, vice Avery, promoted; Absalom L. Groves, 
major, vice Roberts, promoted; Phinehas Hallock, adjutant, vice 
Hearsey, promoted; James-Fosket, quartermaster, vice Ringe, pro- 
moted. 

Captains — Henry Hearsey, vice Osborn, moved; Daniel Ringe, 
junior, vice Groves, promoted; John Fosket, vice Dexter, resigned; 
Lorenzo Pratt. 

Lieutenants — Albert Bennett, vice John Fosket, promoted; Miles 
Benham, vice Ross, moved. 



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Ensigns — John I. Mabbott, vice Babcock, moved; Zebina Luce,, 
vice Jas. Foskett, promoted; Lorein S. Blackman, vice P. Hallock, 
promoted. 

Seventy-second regiment of infantry: 

Ichabod Davis, lieutenant colonel, vice J. Hovey, resigned; Henry 
R. Sheldon, major, vice Davis, promoted; Simeon Wright, pay- 
master, vice W. Palmer, resigned. 

Captains — Caleb Steves, vice Sheldon, promoted; Daniel Benedict, 
vice Dustin, moved. 

Lieutenants — Abner Chase, vice Steves, promoted; Isaac J. Wiser, 
vice S. Wright, in staff; Timothy Jackson, vice Benedict, promoted; 
Eusebius Ball, vice D. Smith, moved; Aaron White, vice Johnson, 
resigned; Andrew Billings, vice Treat, resigned. 

Ensigns — Joseph Peabody, vice Billings, promoted; Stephen 
Brooks, vice E. Ball, promoted; Matthew Buck, vice Jackson, pro- 
moted; Walter Fowler, vice J. Wiser, promoted; Harvey Phelps, 
vice A. Chase, promoted; Nathaniel Ward, vice A. White, promoted. 

Sixty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Israel Stoddard, colonel, vice S. Barns, removed; John Smith, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Stoddard, promoted; Jonathan Waring, 
major, v>e Smith, promoted; Samuel T. Wood, adjutant, vice Hyde, 
promoted; Curtis Merrill, paymaster, vice Wood. 

Captains — Benjamin Hyde, junior, vice Waring, promoted; 
Samuel Morse, vice Palms (Samuel Palmer), resigned; Peter Abbott, 
junior; Sage Parke, vice J. Higgins, resigned; Rossiter Preston, 
vice L. Matthews, deceased; Aedinus Comstock, vice Lovejoy, 
resigned; Asa Barnes, vice Spinning, moved. 

Lieutenants — William Penfield, vice Preston, promoted; Laban 
Allen, vice Comstock, promoted; Jeremy Wiard, vice Abbott, pro- 
moted; Harvey Park, vice N. Abbott, resigned; John Carter, vice 
King, resigned. 



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Ensigns — Henry N. Hoisted, vice Morse, promoted; Robert 
Smart, junior; Daniel Blakesley, vice J. Dean, resigned; Lent M. 
Upson, vice W.Penfield, promoted; Samuel Plum, junior, vice Allen, 
promoted; Calvin Dawley, vice A. Barnes, promoted. 

Twentieth regiment of infantry: 

Eliphalet Hotchkiss, colonel, vice D. Curtis, promoted; John C. 
Bartlet, lieutenant colonel, vice Hotchkiss, promoted; Asa Earns, 
major, vice Bartlett, promoted; Asahel W. Gridley, paymaster. 

Val Pierce, captain, vice G. Pierce, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Enoch Tift, vice V. Pierce, promoted; Obadiah 
Luce, vice Ab. Youngs, deceased; John Knox, vice A. Frost, re- 
signed; Joseph Page, vice Gridley, paymaster. 

Ensigns — Freedom Merrell, vice Knox, promoted; Elijah Wilson, 
vice Page, promoted; Zebina Loyd, vice Luce, promoted; Joel 
Smith, vice Tift, promoted; Richard Robinson, vice Olmsted, pro- 
moted; Samuel H. Addington. 

One Hundred and Thirty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Andrew Merril, adjutant; Benjamin Hinman, junior, quarter- 
master, vice Weaver, promoted; Charles Babcock, surgeon's mate, 
vice Norton, resigned. 

Captains — Nicholas N. Weaver, vice N. Smith, resigned; Richard 
Sanger, vice L. Sherrill, resigned; Cyrus Chatfield, vice J. Griffin, 
resigned; Daniel Stafford, vice T. E. Clark, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Augustus Hurlbert, vice Sanger, promoted; George 
Wheeler, vice Chatfield, promoted; James Goodrich, vice Sizer, 
promoted. 

Jabez Sizer, captain, vice Chapin, moved. 

Ensigns — Eli Savage, vice Goodrich, promoted; William Nichols, 
vice Blatchford, promoted; James Dean, junior, vice Hurlbert, pro- 
moted; Henry Tisdale, vice G. Wheeler, promoted; Dier Shed. 



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1 882 Annual Report of the 

Riflemen — Enos Brown, captain; James Hooker, lieutenant; John 
H. O strom, ensign. 

S. M. Blatchford, lieutenant, vice Weaver, promoted. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Battalion of riflemen in the county of Ontario lately commanded 
by Major Joseph Hall: 

Salma Stanley, major commandant, vice J. Hall, resigned; Peter 
Westfall, second major, vice Stanley, promoted; Castle Sutherland, 
adjutant, vice Williams, resigned; Horace D. Williams, quarter- 
master, vice Ledyard, resigned; George H. Green, paymaster; 
Cephas A. Parks, surgeon's mate, vice Fenney, moved. 

Levi Ostrander, captain, vice Westfall, promoted; Benjamin West- 
fall, first lieutenant, vice L. Ostrander, promoted; Joel Chapman, 
second lieutenant, vice B. Westfall, promoted. 

Jesse Beard, captain, vice E. Morse, resigned; John M. Granger, 
first lieutenant, vice Beard, promoted; John R. Rozill, second lieu- 
tenant, vice Granger, promoted; Ami Whitney, first lieutenant; 
Luther Whitney, second lieutenant. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Thirty-fifth brigade of infantry: 

Charles Stebbins, brigade quartermaster, vice E. Farnham, pro- 
moted. 

Sixty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Richard Ward, captain, vice T. Whitney, resigned; Alpha Morse, 
lieutenant, vice Bonney, moved; Bela Short, ensign, vice Ward, 
promoted. 

John Woods, captain, vice Skifft, moved; William B. Tompkins, 
lieutenant, vice Woods, promoted; Benjamin Simmons, junior, 
ensign, vice Tompkins, promoted. 



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Isaiah P. Snow, captain, vice Z. Hatch, resigned; Isaac Dunham, 
lieutenant, vice Snow, promoted; Alexander White, ensign, vice 
Dunham, promoted. 

Henry C. Goodrich, captain, vice Powel, resigned; Lyman E. 
Beach, lieutenant, vice Haight, moved; Martin Pierce, ensign. 

Ezra Chapin, captain, vice Gaston, resigned; Perley Ayers, lieu- 
tenant; Joseph Pratt, ensign. 

Light Infantry — Benjamin Bonney, captain, vice Murdoch, 
resigned; William Lord, lieutenant, vice Porter, resigned; David 
Tinney, ensign, vice Bonney, promoted. 

Seventy-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Stephen Lee, colonel, vice T. W. Phelps, resigned; Ebenezer S. 
Cadwell, lieutenant colonel, vice Lee, promoted; Ichabod S. Spencer, 
major, vice Cadwell, promoted; Harvey G. Morse, adjutant, vice 
J. M. Lee, promoted; John J. Fink, quartermaster, vice Owens, 
moved; Thomas Spencer, surgeon, vice Prior, resigned; Samuel 
Fuller, surgeon's mate, vice Hall, resigned. 

Captains — Joseph M. Lee, vice Spencer, promoted ; Chester War- 
ren, vice Munson, resigned; Barent Schuyler, vice Moyer, resigned; 
John Rector, vice Barns, resigned; Stephen W. Palmer, vice Randel, 
promoted. 

Lieutenants — William K. Fuller, vice Schuyler, promoted; Wil- 
liam H. Beecher, vice Warren, promoted; Elisha Palmer, vice God- 
win, resigned; Hugh Briggs, vice Waldrum, moved. 

Ensigns — Asher H. Palmer, vice Whitman, moved; Henry Fox, 
vice Fink, promoted; David Beebe, junior, vice Beecher, promoted; 
Henry Hale, vice Van Vechten, resigned; Seneca Hale, vice Briggs, 
promoted. 

One Hundred and Twenty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

William Taylor, surgeon, vice Fay, promoted. 



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1884 Annual Report of the 

Captains — James McElwain, vice A. McElwain, resigned; Phine- 
has Briggs, vice Cleaveland, moved; Elmore D. Jencks, vice Sexton, 
resigned; Ebenezer Coates, vice Goodale, moved. 

Lieutenants — Roswell Savage, vice E. Coates, promoted; John 
H. Lathrop, vice Briggs, promoted; Samuel Hubbard, vice McEl- 
wain, promoted; Epaphras Leet, vice Jencks, promoted. 

Ensigns — John Beebe, vice Leet, promoted; Samuel Morey, vice 
Bumpus, moved; Bradley Ladd, vice Hubbard, promoted; Harvey 
Barret, vice Lathrop, promoted; Calvin Evits, vice Wheeler, pro- 
moted; Samuel Chapin, vice Savage, promoted. 

One Hundred and Forty-third regiment of infantry: 

Joseph Clarke, lieutenant colonel, vice Babcock, resigned; Samuel 
B. Clarke, major, vice Chapin, resigned. 

Benjamin P. Hill, chaplain, vice Clark, resigned. 

Captains — Elisha Randall, vice Clark, promoted; Amos Lamb, 
vice Asa Lamb, junior, resigned; Amos Scott, third, vice S. B. 
Clark, promoted. 

Lieutenants — Jeremiah Lewis, vice E. Randall, promoted; Marvin 
Scott, vice Maxson, moved; Aaron Gear, vice Lamb, promoted. 

Ensigns — John Lamb; Joseph Clark, second; Samuel D. Anthony; 
Harvey Butler, vice Reynolds, moved. 

Major Bennet Bicknell's battalion of riflemen: 

New company — Daniel B. Parsons, captain; Asa Curtis, first lieu- 
tenant; Isaac Curtis, second lieutenant; Aaron Barker, ensign. 

Twelfth regiment of artillery: 

New company — Nathan B. Wilber, captain ; Abraham Payne, first 
lieutenant; James S. Ely, second lieutenant. 

Sixty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

David S. Walker, lieutenant, vice Gray, resigned; Justus Shattuck, 
ensign, vice Walker, promoted; Nathan Taylor, lieutenant, vice 
Parsons; Edmond Mize, ensign, vice Taylor, promoted. 



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genesee county. 

Thirty-first regiment of infantry: 

Aretas Haskell, colonel, vice J. Sayre, promoted; Peleg Burrows, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Haskell, promoted; Lewis Swift, major, vice 
Burrows, promoted. 

Walter Billings, captain, vice Swift, promoted; Isaac Allen, 
lieutenant, vice Brown, moved; Ira Phillips, ensign, vice Cook, 
declining. 

Riflemen— Ephraim B. Cook, captain, vice Steward, resigned; 
William Williams, lieutenant, vice James, resigned; Ira Hill, ensign, 
vice Worden, resigned. 

One Hundred and Seventy-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Amasa Dutton, lieutenant colonel, with rank from March 4, 1817; 
Eastman Colbey, major. 

Captains — Jehiel Barnard, John Brigham, Harry Olmsted. 

Lieutenants — Ira Stowell, John A. Granger, Darius G. Hill. 

Ensigns — Jedediah Safford, Julius Higgins, Sylvester R. Hatha- 
way, John B. Bagley. 

Light Infantry — Austin Spencer, captain, vice Colbey, pro- 
moted; Luman B. Phelps, lieutenant, vice Spencer, promoted; Jason 
Tyler, ensign, vice Phelps, promoted. 

OSWEGO* AND ONONDAGA COUNTIES. 

New; brigade of infantry organized by the commander-in-chief 
comprehending the militia in the county of Oswego and in part of 
the county of Onondaga and denominated the Forty-eighth brigade 
of infantry: 

OSWEGO COUNTY. 

James Adams, brigadier general; Daniel Hugunin, junior, brigade 
inspector; Alvin Bronson, brigade quartermaster. 

* Oswego county was erected from Oneida and Onondaga counties, March I, 1816. — 
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ONONDAGA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Seventy-second regiment of infantry: 
Stephen Tappen, colonel, vice Adams, promoted; John Butler, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Tappen, promoted. 

OSWEGO COUNTY. 

Joseph Rice, major, vice Green, declining-. 

Valentine Bowen, captain, vice Butler, promoted; John Cody, 
lieutenant, vice Bowen, promoted; William Dewey, ensign, vice 
Cody, promoted. 

John I. Walradt, captain, vice Rice, promoted; John Schenck, 
lieutenant, vice Walradt, promoted; Samuel Colby, ensign, vice 
Miller, declining. 

John H. Gilles, captain, vice Bacon, moved; Asa Dudley, lieu- 
tenant, vice Gilles, promoted; Trumbull Kent, ensign, vice Dudley, 
promoted. 

ONONDAGA COUNTY. 

Reuben Porter, lieutenant, vice Wallace, declining; William R. 
N. Warren, ensign, vice Proudfit, moved; Caleb Bundy, ensign, vice 
Calkins, resigned. 

OSWEGO COUNTY. 

Edward Bronson, captain, vice Hugunin, promoted; John Grant, 
junior, lieutenant, vice Bronson, promoted; Erastus Todd, ensign, 
. vice John Grant, junior, promoted. 

One Hundred and Sixty-eighth regiment: 

Amos Kent, lieutenant colonel, vice Hewitt, in new regiment; 
Nicholas Gurley, major, vice Dunlap, declining; Jonathan Hills, 
adjutant, vice Davis, sheriff; Dennison B. Palmer, quartermaster, 
vice Alfred; Silas Harman, paymaster; Sardis Brewster, surgeon; 
Orville Morrison, surgeon's mate. 

Samuel Dunlap, captain, vice Smith Dunlap, declined; Richard 



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C. Plumley, lieutenant, vice Dunlap, promoted; John Yarrington, 
ensign, vice Plumley, promoted; Thomas S. Meacham, lieutenant, 
vice Vorce, promoted; Isaac Price, ensign, vice Mallby, moved. 

Timothy Norton, captain, vice Hills; Joel Savage, lieutenant; 
Isaac Higbie, ensign, vice Savage, promoted. 

John Reynolds, captain; Eli Strong, lieutenant; Timothy Balch, 
ensign. 

Aedamis Comstock, captain; Laban Allen, lieutenant; Samuel 
Plumb, junior, ensign. 

Riflemen — William Vorce, captain, vice Gurley, promoted; Reu- 
ben Snyder, first lieutenant, vice Vorce, promoted; John Greenwood, 
second lieutenant, vice Snyder, promoted; Peter Henman, ensign, 
vice Greenwood, promoted. 

New regiment of infantry organized in the county of Oswego 
and denominated the One Hundred and Eighty-second regiment of 
infantry : 

Palmer Hewit, colonel; Joseph Easton, lieutenant colonel; Dan 
Murdock, major; Shubal Alfred, adjutant; Edmond Matthews, 
quartermaster; Stephen F. Kinney, surgeon; Benjamin Basset, sur- 
geon's mate. 

John Waterhouse, captain, vice Easton, promoted; John Harvey, 
lieutenant, vice Waterhouse, promoted; George F. Falley, ensign, 
vice Harvey, promoted. 

Almon Linsley, captain, vice Hewit, promoted; Andrew Place, 
lieutenant, vice Linsley, promoted; William Marvin, ensign, vice 
Place, promoted. 

Edmond Sweet, captain; Anson Drake, paymaster; Water Read, 
lieutenant; Theophilus S. Morgan, ensign. 

Elijah Goodell, captain; Joel Wright, lieutenant; Myron Blake, 
ensign. 



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Sanford Douglass, captain, vice Murdock, promoted; William S. 
Fitch, lieutenant, vice Douglass, promoted; Denis Peck, ensign. 

Hastings Curtis, captain, vice Northrop, moved; Leonard Fuller, 
lieutenant, vice Bellows, declined; William Patterson, ensign. 

Sixth regiment of cavalry: 

Jabez Meacham, captain; Edmond Stevens, first lieutenant; Anson 
Maltby, second lieutenant; Reuben Peck, cornet. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY. 

Seventy-sixth regiment of infantry: 

John Gotham, captain, vice Miles, resigned; Calvin Cole, lieu- 
tenant; John Fisk, ensign of riflemen. 

Light Infantry — Samuel Dyre, captain, vice Adams, resigned; 
Xathaniel Attly, lieutenant; Robert Nichols, ensign. 

William Sheldon, lieutenant, vice Richardson, moved; John 
Knapp, ensign, vice Sanger, moved; William Caldwell, lieutenant, 
vice Young, moved; Noah McNitt, ensign, vice Brook, moved. 

Elnathan Matteson, captain, vice Graves, resigned; Joel Goodall, 
junior, lieutenant, vice Matteson, promoted; Alexander Parker, 
ensign, vice Goodell, promoted. 

LEWIS COUNTY. 

Forty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Ela Merriam, captain, vice Miller, resigned; Oliver Talcott, lieu- 
tenant, vice Merriam, promoted; Samuel Northum, junior, ensign. 

Chauncey Barns, captain, vice Scovil, resigned; Homer Collins, 
lieutenant, vice Wells, moved. 

Abijah Potter, captain, vice Miner, resigned; Lansing Benjamin, 
lieutenant, vice Potter, promoted; Philemon Hoadley, ensign, vice 
Doty, moved. 

John Hough, captain, vice Stevens, resigned; Samuel Denton, 
lieutenant, vice Hough, promoted. 



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1818. 

Ashbel Fox, junior, captain; Ira Barnes, lieutenant. 

One Hundred and first regiment of infantry : 

Charles Dayan, captain, vice Hillman, resigned; Marlam Finch, 
lieutenant; George D. Ruggles, ensign. 

Freedom Wright, junior, captain, vice Pomeroy, resigned; War- 
ren Graves, lieutenant; Erastus Northum, ensign. 

William Keen, junior, captain; Erastus Wright, lieutenant; 
Nathan Wright, ensign; William Sheill, lieutenant; Thaxter Reed, 
ensign. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY. 

Fifty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Gad Ackley, colonel, vice Allen, promoted; Sterling Wilcox, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Earl, resigned; Joseph D. Bealls, major, vice 
Talcott, resigned ; Asa Averill, quartermaster, vice Thomas, resigned. 

Charles Hollister, captain, vice Ackley, promoted; John Otis, lieu- 
tenant, vice Hollister, promoted; Joseph Bullock, ensign. 

Jared Gleason, captain, vice Doan, resigned; John Allen, lieu- 
tenant, vice Lampson, resigned; James Allen, ensign, vice Brown, 
moved. 

Nathaniel Goodale, captain, vice Beall, promoted; Frederick Har- 
ter, lieutenant, vice Goodale, promoted; John Earl, ensign, vice 
Hinman, moved. 

Simeon Pitcher, captain, vice McCumber, resigned; Zima Danley, 
lieutenant, vice Harris, resigned; Erastus Whitney, ensign. 

William Case, captain, vice Giddings, moved; Joseph Giddings, 
lieutenant, vice Case, promoted; William Lewis, ensign. 

Azariah Doane, captain, vice Hubbard, resigned; Henry Green, 
lieutenant, vice Doane, promoted; William Wood, ensign. 

John Stewart, captain, vice Fox, resigned; Milton W. Hopkins, 
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lieutenant, vice Stewart, promoted; Lewis Edmons, ensign, vice 
Tiffany, resigned. 

Riflemen — Henry King, captain, vice Graves, resigned; Zepheniah 
Pinney, first lieutenant, vice King, promoted; Stephen Stockwell, 
second lieutenant, vice Stacy, moved; Reuben Robbins, ensign. 

Light Infantry — Asa Wheelock, captain, vice Barney, resigned; 
Royal Barney, lieutenant, vice Wheelock, promoted; Simon Graves, 
ensign. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Eighth brigade of infantry : 

Caleb Carr, brigadier general, vice Eddy, resigned; Jacob P. De- 
freest, brigade major and inspector, vice Vandercook, resigned. 

Forty-third regiment of infantry: 

Cornelius Willsey, adjutant, vice Hitchcock, resigned; Orry Bush, 
quartermaster. 

Light Infantry — Joseph Gregory, captain, vice A. V. P. Greg- 
ory, resigned; Marcus Peck, lieutenant, vice J. Gregory, promoted; 
Theodorus Gregory, ensign, vice Peck, promoted; William P. Heer- 
mance, captain; Henry Goodrich, lieutenant; Cyrus Mason, ensign. 

John Blaney, captain; Ching Kingsley, lieutenant; Thomas Sheer- 
man, ensign. 

Obadiah Lansing, captain, vice Welch, resigned; John G. Roora- 
paugh, lieutenant, vice House, moved; Jehoicum P. Staats, ensign; 
Daniel Hallenbeck, ensign. 

One Hundred and Fifty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Light Infantry — Cortland Schuyler, captain, vice Stockwell, re- 
signed; Jesse H. Mead, lieutenant, vice Schuyler, promoted; Ger- 
shom Cook, ensign, vice Mead, promoted. 

Christopher Heartt, captain; Nicholas M. Masters, lieutenant; 
George M. Selden, ensign. 



State Historian. 1891 

Thomas Turner, junior, captain, to rank from August 23, 181 7; 
Eliphalet W. Neal, ensign, vice Barton, promoted; John Shook, 
ensign, vice Conradt, declined. 

Eighty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Rufus Sweet, lieutenant colonel, vice Babcock, resigned; Edward 
Whitford, major, vice Hull, resigned; Horatio N. Carr, paymaster, 
vice Mattison, resigned; Stephen J. Brown, surgeon's mate, vice 
Robinson, resigned. 

Light Infantry — Simeon B. Lewis, captain, vice Jones, resigned; 
Nathan Nolton, junior, lieutenant; John W. Reynolds, ensign. 

Benjamin B. Randell, captain; Howard R. Reynolds, lieutenant, 
vice Randell, promoted; John Powers, junior, ensign, vice Lamp- 
ham, resigned. 

Jeremiah Allen, captain, vice Smith, resigned; Stephen R. Bur- 
dick, lieutenant, vice Scriven, resigned; Alpheus Ford, ensign. 

James Denison, captain, vice Godfrey, resigned; Jarus Maxson, 
lieutenant, vice Denison, promoted; Jesse Burdick, ensign. 

Lieutenants — John B. Niles, vice Green, resigned; Joseph R. 
Greenfield; Jesse M. Greenman; Jeffery W. Thomas; Alonzo G. 
Hammond. 

Ensigns — William Wilcox, Rufus Rose, Charles R. Vary, Charles 
M. Davis, John Willcox. 

Forty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Bethel Mather, colonel; George R. Davis, lieutenant colonel; John 
C. Davis, paymaster, vice Groesbeck, promoted; Benjamin Wal- 
worth, surgeon; Derick Knickerbacker, surgeon's mate, vice Wal- 
worth, promoted; Isaac Webb, chaplain. 

Francis Ingraham, captain, vice Van Dusen, resigned; Jacob M. 
Stover, lieutenant, vice Ingraham, promoted; Joseph Finney, ensign, 
vice Stover, promoted. 

John M. File, junior, captain, vice A. File, resigned; John G. 



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1892 Annual Report of the 

Snyder, lieutenant, vice File, promoted; Henry A. Clmn, ensign, 
vice Snyder, promoted. 

John J. Groesbeck, captain, vice Yates, resigned; Derick J. Van 
Vechten, lieutenant, vice Van Antwerp, resigned; Wynant W. Van- 
denbcrgh, ensign, vice Van Vechten, promoted. 

Light Infantry — Thomas Kemp, captain; John R. Haswell, 
lieutenant; Isaac B. Lottridge, ensign. 

Cyrus Graves, captain, vice Baker, resigned; Asher Graves, lieu- 
tenant, vice C. Graves, promoted; Benjamin Chapman, ensign, vice 
A. Graves, promoted. 

Nathaniel Bosworth, junior, captain; Samuel S. Hyde, lieutenant; 
Erastus Geer, ensign. 

John Blass, junior, captain; James T. Davis, lieutenant, vice Corn- 
stock, resigned; Samuel Ruste, ensign, vice Nicholas, resigned. 

David Percey, captain, vice Hallenbeck, moved; Josiah A. Ingra- 
ham, lieutenant, vice Percey, promoted. 

George Tucker, captain; Wait Broughton, lieutenant; Isaac Bovee, 
ensign. 

Derick C. Van Vechten, captain; Elijah Bennett, lieutenant; 
Wheeler Bennett, ensign. 

Abraham Knickerbacker, captain; John F. Groesbeck, captain; 
Thomas Weatherwax, lieutenant, vice Vandercook, resigned. 

Ensigns — Archibald Groff, vice Brown, promoted; Simon Van- 
dercook, junior, vice Weatherwax, promoted; Lyman Butten; Henry 
J. Breesse, vice Ingraham, promoted; William Palmer. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Twenty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

James Sackett, colonel, with rank from May 1, 1816; Alexander 
Mackey, lieutenant colonel, with rank from May 1, 1816; Adam 
Clark, surgeon's mate, vice Lloyd, moved. 



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Daniel G. Maybee, captain, vice Allen, declining - ; Seth Cross, lieu- 
tenant, vice Maybee, promoted; Daniel D. Conklin, ensign, vice 
Lord, moved; Cyrus Wheaton, ensign, vice Cross, promoted; Ste- 
phen Palmer, ensign of light infantry. 

One Hundred and Fifty-second regiment of infantry: 

John F. Schaffer, captain, vice Gallup, deceased. 

Lieutenants — John Crosby, vice Young, moved; Samuel Young, 
vice Schaffer, promoted; Mephiboseth Nelson, vice Ball, moved. 

Ensigns — Nelson Simkins, vice Crosby, promoted; John Flans- 
burgh, vice Young, promoted; Peter Mesick, junior; William Rine- 
hart, vice Nelson, promoted; Peter J. Dietz. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Fiftieth regiment of infantry: 

Alexander Proudfit, chaplain, vice Warren, moved; Archibald 
McAllister, surgeon, vice Brown, resigned; James W. Porter, sur- 
geon's mate, vice Livingston, moved. 

John McFarland, lieutenant, vice McWhorter, resigned; Malcom 
McNaughtan, ensign, vice McFarland, promoted. 

Alexander Crookshank, lieutenant, vice Tyrrel, resigned; Daniel 
C. Root, ensign, vice Crookshank, promoted. 

Robert Blake, captain; James Todd, lieutenant, vice Ray, re- 
signed; James Patten, ensign, vice Blake, promoted. 

David Gray, junior, captain, vice Hubbard, resigned; William 
Church, lieutenant, vice Gray, promoted; Leonard Church, ensign, 
vice W. Church, promoted. 

Andrew Randies, captain, vice Lang, declined; Solomon Baker, 
lieutenant, vice Randies, promoted; John McDonald, ensign, vice 
Flack, declined; William McClellan, third, ensign, vice Cary, moved. 

Riflemen — Jonathan Morey, captain, vice Grant, moved; Alex- 



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1894 Annual Report of the 

ancler McWhorter, lieutenant, vice Morey, promoted; John McCall, 
second, ensign, vice McWhorter, promoted. 

One Hundred and Fourteenth regiment of infantry: 

James Mallory, surgeon, vice Trumbull, moved; Nathaniel S. 
Prime, chaplain. 

Derick C. Van Yeghten, lieutenant, vice Edie, promoted; Moses 
Flanders, ensign, vice Van Veghten, promoted. 

Thomas K. McLean, captain, vice Perine, moved; James Hoy, 
junior, lieutenant, vice McLean, promoted; Joseph Blake, ensign, 
vice Hoy, promoted; John M. Cowan, lieutenant, vice Duel, declin- 
ing; David Moor, ensign, vice Simpson, promoted. 

George Gilmore, captain, vice Kelso, moved; Russell Norton, 
lieutenant, vice Gilmore, promoted; George Lowry, ensign, vice 
Norton, promoted; John Skellie, ensign, vice Cowan, promoted. 

Peter Edie, captain, vice Pyun (Gerrit Pruyn), moved. 

One Hundred and eighteenth regiment of infantry: 

Ebenezer Kemball, lieutenant colonel, vice Lister, resigned: Dun- 
can Tailor, major, vice Kimball, promoted. 

Joseph Leigh, captain, vice Tailor, promoted; James McDougall, 
lieutenant, vice Leigh, promoted; Edward Selfridge, ensign, vice 
McDougall, promoted. 

Light Infantry — John McDonald, lieutenant, vice Crosier; 
Robert Barkeley, ensign, vice McDonald, promoted. 

One Hundred and Fifty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

John Moor, paymaster, vice Van Schaick, resigned. 

Whiteside Hill, captain, vice Johnson, moved; Rogers Ide, lieu- 
tenant, vice Whipple, moved; Robinson Whiteside, ensign, vice 
Hill, promoted. 

Christopher GifFord, captain, vice Durfee, declined; Walter Cor- 
nell, lieutenant, vice Gifrbrd, promoted; Silas Cox, ensign, vice 
Hunt, declined. 



State Historian. 1895 

David Veley, lieutenant, vice J. Gifford, resigned; Jacob Sanford, 
ensign, vice Veley, promoted; Archibald Smith, lieutenant, vice 
Cole, resigned; Samuel Rogers, lieutenant, vice Cross, resigned; 
Eleazer Woodworth, ensign, vice Rogers, promoted; Henry W. 
Northrup, ensign, vice Corliss, resigned. 

Sixth regiment of artillery: 

Sidney Wells, captain, vice Warner, resigned; John McMillan, 
first lieutenant, vice Wells, promoted; Elijah Gray, second lieutenant. 

Alfred Tanner, captain, vice Dayton, resigned; Elisha Norton, 
first lieutenant; Charles Chandler, second lieutenant. 

One Hundred and Fifty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

John P. Adams, adjutant, vice Everts, promoted; Benjamin D. 
Utter, surgeon's mate, vice Bascomb, moved; Daniel H. Chandler, 
paymaster. 

Captains — Joseph Bartholomew, vice Inman, resigned; Alexander 
P. Fonda, vice Millard, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Seth Peck, vice Bartholomew, promoted; George 
Daughraty (Dougharty), vice Fonda, promoted; Samuel T. Jilson, 
vice Bigelow, resigned; George Wells, vice Richards, resigned. 

Ensigns — Elisha Blin, vice Wheeler, moved; John Fish, vice 
Amadon, moved; Richard Inman, vice Peck, promoted; Hiram P. 
French, vice Wells, promoted; Luther Kilbourn, vice Daughraty, 
promoted. 

One Hundred and Seventy-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Naham Holbrook, major, vice Day, declining. 

Sephus Thompson, surgeon. 

Captains — Thomas Eldridge, vice Holbrook, promoted; Obadiah 
Slade, vice Straight, moved. 

Lieutenants — John Ingalls, second, vice Slade, promoted; Benja- 
min Wood, vice Eldridge, promoted. 



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Ensigns — William Hall, vice Ingalsbee, moved; Paul Nelson, 
junior, vice J. Wood, moved; John West, vice Day, declined. 

Twenty-third regiment of infantry: 

Hiram Mead, captain, vice Mead, promoted; Lathrop Burge, 
junior, lieutenant, vice Hegley, resigned. 

Levi Mead, junior, captain, vice Farr, moved; Shadrach F. Mead, 
ensign, vice O. Mead, moved; Calvin Baldwin, lieutenant, vice 
Powers, promoted; Benjamin Eaton, ensign, vice Fox, promoted. 

Jesse M. Bishop, captain, vice A. Tripp, resigned; Richardson 
Thurman, lieutenant, vice N. Tripp, resigned; Benjamin L. Thomp- 
son, ensign, vice Richards, promoted. 

Samuel Barber, junior, captain, vice Wells, resigned; John Parker, 
lieutenant, vice Wilcox, resigned; Archibald Washburn, ensign, vice 
Barber, promoted. 

One Hundred and Twenty-first regiment of infantry: 

John Moss, colonel, vice Copeland, declining; Abraham Ostrander, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Pitcher, declining; Periam Thompson, major, 
vice Ostrander, promoted; Park Freeman, surgeon, vice Payn, 
moved; Nelson Porter, surgeon's mate, vice Freeman. 

David Holmes, captain, vice Thompson, promoted; Bateman 
Barnum, captain, vice Bray ton, moved; Joseph McCulloch, ensign, 
vice Vaughn, promoted; William Degolier, lieutenant, vice Holmes, 
promoted; James Farr, ensign, vice Degolier, promoted; Benjamin 
Ferriss, lieutenant, vice Bond, moved; Charles White, ensign, vice 
Ferriss, promoted; William Baker, lieutenant, vice Hitchcock," 
resigned; Joel Winchop, junior, ensign. 

Seventeenth brigade of infantry: 

Samuel Everts, brigade major and inspector, vice Moss, promoted. 

CORTLAND COUNTY. 

Fifty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Martin Phelps, colonel, vice Boies, resigned; Andrew Dickson, 



State Historian. 1897 

lieutenant colonel, vice Phelps, promoted; Joseph Reynolds, major. 
vice Dickson, promoted; Edward C. Reed, adjutant, vice Randall, 
promoted; Caleb Ballard, quartermaster, vice Adams, resigned. 

Roswell Randall, captain, vice Andrews, resigned; Charles W. 
Lynde, lieutenant, vice Potter, resigned; Henry Stephens, ensign, 
vice Randall, promoted. 

Joshua R. Rogers, captain, vice Cowls, resigned; Hyram Merrell, 
lieutenant, vice Rogers, promoted; George W. Goble, ensign, vice 
Wilcox, resigned. 

Isaac Smith, captain, vice Burlingame, moved; Abraham Smith, 
lieutenant, vice C. Smith, resigned; Ogden Gray, ensign, vice Smith, 
promoted. 

David Snider, captain, vice Luce, moved; Abner Bruce, lieutenant, 
vice Snider, promoted; Ira Wood, ensign, vice Bruce, promoted. 

Philander Goodrich, captain, vice Crandall, resigned; Daniel Gris- 
wold, lieutenant, vice Goodrich, promoted; William Butterfield, 
ensign, vice Griswold, promoted; Rufus Beach, lieutenant, vice Holt, 
resigned; Harrison Bishop, ensign, vice Barber, declining. 

Riflemen — James Chatterton, captain, vice Reynolds, promoted; 
Henry Tarpenning, lieutenant, vice Chatterton, promoted; George 
Frank, ensign. 

One Hundred and Twenty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

William Pearce, captain, vice Boutwell, resigned; Samuel Free- 
man, lieutenant, vice Pearce, promoted; John Severance, ensign, 
vice Freeman, promoted; Jonathan Hull, ensign light infantry, vice 
Herring, resigned. 

Riflemen — John I. Vincent, captain; Rufus Freeman, lieutenant; 
Eleazer Brown, ensign. 

ONONDAGA COUNTY. 

Sixteenth regiment of infantry: 

John Manro, major, vice Adams, resigned; Isaac Magoon, sur- 



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1898 Annual Report of the 

geon, vice Swett, moved; Uriah H. Dunning, surgeon's mate, vice 
Magoon, promoted. 

Captains — Henry Warner, vice S. Warner, resigned; Cornelius 
Graves, vice Manro, promoted; William A. Cook, vice D. Manro, 
resigned; John L. Cooper, vice Parish, resigned; William M. Can- 
field, vice Bailey, moved; Levi Paddock. 

Lieutenants — John Inglebee, vice Barnes, declining; Oliver Allen, 
vice Soals, moved; Richard Lusk, vice Shed, resigned; Michael Red- 
man, second, vice Kestes, declined; Jost C. Finck; James Wells, vice 
Cooper, promoted. 

Ensigns — Delanson Foster, vice Werner, promoted; Samuel 
Crossman, vice Right, moved; James R. Lawrence, vice McDowell, 
moved; Squire M. Brown, vice Scutt, moved; James Rogers; Daniel 
Cornell, vice Wells, promoted; John McGowen, vice Williams, 
declined. 

Sixty-second regiment of infantry: 

David Williams, colonel, vice St. John, resigned; Simon Robbins, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Williams, promoted; Garret Van Hoosen, 
junior, major; Adin Howe, quartermaster, vice Trowbridge; Zacha- 
riah Van Ostrand, paymaster, vice Howe. 

Captains — James Redway, vice L. Thayer, resigned; Joseph H. 
Clark, light infantry, vice Robbins, promoted; John Moor, vice N. 
Goodrich, resigned; Hezekiah Bromley, vice Van Hoosen, pro- 
moted; John P. Wallis, vice Clapp, moved. 

Lieutenants — Barber Kinyon, vice Redway, promoted; Joseph 
Hill, junior; Asa Belknap, vice Moor, promoted; Smith Johnson, 
vice Ackles, resigned; Samuel S. Stockham, vice Wallace, promoted. 

Ensigns — William N. Gage, vice Kinon, promoted; John Daniels, 
vice Cadwcll, resigned; Myron St. John, vice Belknap, promoted; 
John Savage, vice Tallman, resigned; Martin Lewis, vice Stock- 
ham, promoted. 



State Historian. 1899 

One Hundred and Seventy-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Amos P. Granger, major, vice Worden, declined; Ansel Lull, sur- 
geon's mate, vice Taylor, moved; William A. Clark, chaplain. 

Captains — Joseph Smith (light infantry), vice Granger, promoted; 
James Sisson, junior, vice Hungerford, moved. 

Lieutenants — John B. Johnson (light infantry), vice Smith, pro- 
moted; Erastus Ward, vice Philips, adjutant; Henry B. Bogardus, 
vice Martin, resigned; Jacob Satterly, vice Sisson, promoted; 
David E. Shepard. 

Ensigns — Jeremiah I. Crossett (light infantry), vice Johnson, pro- 
moted; Abraham DeLamater, vice Ward, promoted; John G. Jack- 
son, vice Wilson, declined; Willard Cotton, junior, vice Beebe, 
declined. 

Twenty-seventh brigade of infantry: 

William A. Cook, brigade major and inspector, vice Earll, 
declined. 

Ninety-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Asa Wells, colonel, vice Case, resigned; Jabesh Castle, lieutenant 
colonel, vice Wells, promoted; John Sprage, major, vice Castle, 
promoted. 

Joshua Coleman, captain, vice Sprage, promoted; Samuel Dixon, 
lieutenant, vice Coleman, promoted; James Lush, ensign. 

Samuel Cole, captain, vice Smith, resigned; Johnson Hall, lieu- 
tenant, vice Cole, promoted; John Shue, ensign, vice Hall, promoted. 

Joseph P. Bends, captain, vice Hoyt, moved; Gideon Olen, lieu- 
tenant, vice Bends, promoted; Loren Vinal, ensign, vice Olen, 
promoted. 

Simeon Southerland, captain, vice Candy, moved; Jonathan Sav- 
age, ensign, vice Cornwell, moved. 

Joel King, captain, vice Baldwin, resigned; Orlin J. Wheden, lieu- 



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1900 Annual Report of the 

tenant, vice Haydon, resigned; Earll Sloan, ensign; George Morley, 
ensign, vice Matthews, resigned. 

One Hundred and Forty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Salmon Thayer, lieutenant colonel, vice Mead, declined; Richard 
C. Johnson, major, vice Thayer, promoted; John C. Brown, quarter- 
master, vice Badger; Ashbel Kellogg, paymaster, vice Spalding, 
moved; Joseph Brewster, surgeon, vice Jackson; Tared Danalds, 
surg'eon's mate, vice Fish, moved; Ezekiel G. Geer, chaplain, vice 
Lansing, moved. 

Judson Webb, captain, vice Hooker, promoted; Morehouse 
Hecox, lieutenant, vice Webb, promoted; Charles Morgan, ensign, 
vice Keeler, resigned. 

Henry Hughes, captain; Lemuel Hay, lieutenant; Horace Ellis, 
ensign. 

Orin Hall, captain; Alexander Heron, lieutenant, vice Hall, pro- 
moted; Jonathan Davis, ensign. 

James Thayer, captain, vice Chapin, moved; Palmer Kinney, lieu- 
tenant, vice J. Kinney, moved; Joseph Carr, ensign, vice Thayer,, 
promoted. 

John Sammons, captain, vice Johnson, promoted; Justin Souther- 
land, lieutenant, vice Hughes, promoted; Ziba Swan, ensign, vice 
Sammons, promoted; George Nickalls, lieutenant, vice Pinkney,. 
declined; Silas Field, ensign, vice Willett, moved. 

One Hundred and Fifty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Lyman Cook, colonel, vice Flecox, declining; Levi Mason, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Cook, promoted; Edward Burges, major, vice 
Mason, promoted. 

Captains — Lewis Smith, vice Burges, promoted; John Robenson, 
vice Peterson, moved; James Hall, vice S. Hall, resigned: Jacob 
Van Houghton, vice Benson, resigned. 



State Historian. 1901 

Lieutenants — James Enos, vice Smith, promoted; Joshua Betts, 
vice Rhodes, resigned; Stephen Houghton, vice Hall, promoted; 
Abraham De Witt Bodley, vice Van Houghton, promoted. 

Ensigns — Joseph Copp, vice Smith, moved; Amos Mason, vice 
Robertson, promoted; John Mitten Sherwood; B. Davis Noxon, 
vice Curtis, deceased; Henry Jones. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Fourteenth regiment of infantry: 
John Johnson, chaplain. 

ULSTER COUNTY. 

John Cropsey, captain, vice Birdsall, resigned; Lonson Smith, 
lieutenant, vice Cropsey, promoted; Nathaniel Purdy, ensign, vice 
Smith, promoted. 

Twenty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

James Slott, captain, vice Hunter, resigned; Archibald Hunter, 
lieutenant, vice Slott, promoted; Severyne Millspaugh, ensign, vice 
Hunter, promoted; Comfort Millspaugh, lieutenant, vice Peech, 
declining; William Jardon, ensign, vice Barkley, declining. 

Fifth regiment of infantry : 

Stacy Beakes, major, vice W^ebb, declining. 

Israel Bowen, captain, vice Bingham, resigned; John Jardon, 
junior, lieutenant, vice Bowen, promoted; John McEwen, ensign, 
vice Jardon, promoted. 

New company : 

Riflemen — Elijah Welch, junior, captain; George W. Pelton, lieu- 
tenant; Henry Coleman, ensign. 

ULSTER COUNTY. 

Ninety-second regiment of infantry: 

Daniel S. Elsworth, major, vice Hasbrouck, declining; John N. 



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1902 Annual Report of the 

Dubois, quartermaster, vice Hasbrouck, resigned; James Hasbrouck, 
junior, paymaster, vice P. Hasbrouck, resigned. 

John W. Deyo, captain, vice Ellsworth, promoted; Thomas B. 
Smith, lieutenant, vice Deyo, promoted; Robert Woolsey, ensign, 
vice Smith, promoted. 

Light Infantry — Ezekiel Sparks, captain, vice Fancher, moved; 
John I. Tenvillegar, lieutenant, vice Sparks, promoted; Elias York, 
ensign, vice Tenvillegar, promoted. 

Abraham J. Elting, captain, vice Harris, resigned; Charles Bross, 
lieutenant, vice Elting, promoted; John Hardenbergh, ensign, vice 
Bross, promoted. 

Jonathan W. Dubois, captain, vice Lefever, resigned; Andries P. 
Lefever, lieutenant, vice Dubois, promoted; James Lefever, ensign, 
vice A. P. Lefever, promoted. 

Cornelius Ostrander, captain, vice Woolsey, resigned; Reuben 
Ostrander, lieutenant, vice Ostrander, promoted; Abraham Van 
Orden, ensign, vice R. Ostrander, promoted. 

Solomon E. Elting, lieutenant, vice Dubois, promoted; Richard 
Hardenbergh, ensign, vice Hasbrouck, deceased; Abraham P. 
Lefever, ensign, vice Elting, promoted. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Thirty-fourth brigade of infantry: 

Gilbert Ogden Fowler, brigade major and inspector, with rank 
from November 6, 1816. 

Thirtieth regiment of infantry: 

Gabriel Wisner, lieutenant colonel, vice J. Wisner, resigned; 
Thomas Sprull, major, vice Wisner, promoted; George H. Jackson, 
adjutant, vice Finn, resigned; Henry W. Bcrtholf, paymaster, vice 
Smith, moved. 

Isaac Barney, captain, vice Sproull, promoted; Stephen Burt, lieu- 



State Historian. 1903 

tenant, vice Randolph, resigned; William Dolson, ensign; vice Bar- 
ney, promoted; Sands McCambly, ensign, vice Ellis, moved. 

James Sayre, junior, captain, vice Jackson, moved; Samuel W. 
Smith, lieutenant, vice Sayre, promoted; William Howell, ensign, 
vice Smith, promoted; Joseph Nanny, lieutenant, vice Jackson, pro- 
moted; William Swan, ensign, vice Nanny, promoted. 

James Houston, captain, vice Sutton, moved; Nathan Furman, 
lieutenant, vice Houston, promoted; William Duzenberry, ensign, 
vice Furman, promoted; James McWhorter, lieutenant, vice Howell, 
moved; Daniel B. Wood, ensign, vice Seely, declined. 

Ninety-first regiment of infantry: 

James Deryea, lieutenant colonel, vice Many, resigned; Andrew J. 
Caldwell, major, vice Deryea, promoted. 

Henry Deryea, captain, vice J. Deryea, promoted; Phinehas R. 
Coleman, lieutenant, vice Horton, resigned; Benjamin C. Coleman, 
ensign, vice Deryea, promoted; Edward Coffe, lieutenant, vice Den- 
niston, moved; George Tallman, ensign, vice Coffe, promoted. 

John Smith, captain, vice Smith, resigned; John Denniston, lieu- 
tenant, vice Barton, declined; James Ball, lieutenant, vice Beltcher, 
moved. 

James Youngs, captain, vice Moffatt, promoted; Jesse Scofield, 
lieutenant, vice Youngs, promoted; Epenetus Ketchum, ensign, vice 
Scofield, promoted. 

One Hundred and Forty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Horace W. Elliott, adjutant, vice Thorne, resigned. 

William Graham, junior, captain; John Blizard, lieutenant, vice 
Whitlock, resigned. 

Ensigns — Daniel W. Gidney, vice Blizard, promoted; Benjamin 
Moore, vice Bailey, resigned; James Bull, vice Vail, moved; Moses 
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David Conklin. captain, vice Wood, declined; Benjamin Van 
Duzen, lieutenant, vice Conklin, promoted: Lewis Hall, ensign, vice 
Van Duzen. promoted. 

ULSTER COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Thirtieth regiment of infantry: 

Eli DeWitt, lieutenant colonel, vice Depuy, declined; Cornelius E. 
Wynkoop, major, vice DeWitt, promoted; Matthew DeWitt, sur- 
geon, vice T. E. DeWitt, resigned; Joshua Garrison, surgeon's mate, 
vice M. DeWitt, promoted; Ebenezer Lounsberry, adjutant, vice 
Wynkoop, promoted. 

Captains — Elijah Alleger (light infantry), vice Schoonmaker, 
resigned ; James C. DeWitt, vice Bruyn, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Simeon Roosa (light infantry), vice DeWitt, 
resigned; Egbert R. DeWitt, vice Bevier, resigned; Joshua Schoon- 
maker, vice B. Schoonmaker. 

Ensigns of light infantry — James Schoonmaker, vice Alleger, pro- 
moted; Peter Schoonmaker, vice Hoornbeck, declining; Tjerck 
Bevier, vice DeWitt, promoted. 

Henry C. Hasbrouck, lieutenant, vice Lounsbery, adjutant; John 
Benson, ensign, vice Hasbrouck, promoted. 

Walter Craft, lieutenant, vice Fairchild, moved; Lawrence Freer, 
ensign, vice Craft, promoted. 

One Hundred and Thirty-first regiment of infantry: 

Captains — William Risley, vice Cusick, resigned; William W. 
Scapmous (light infantry), vice Elmendorf, resigned; Tjerck Hen- 
dricks, vice Roosa, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Amasa Iloyt, vice Risley, promoted; Jacob H. 
Roosa (light infantry;, vice Scapmous, promoted; William H. Ded- 
rick, vice Hendricks, promoted; John I. I Ioughtclling, vice Sluyter, 
resigned. 



State Historian. 1905 

Ensigns — John Vandubogert, Philip Hendricks, junior, Henry- 
Ellsworth, Benjamin Wynkoop, Elisha Snyder, Samuel Stiles. 

SULLIVAN COUNTY. 

Battalion of infantry commanded by Major Benjamin Krum: 

Cornelius W. Hardenbergh. lieutenant and adjutant, vice Dodge, 
resigned. 

Robert Cochran, junior, lieutenant, vice Morton, promoted. 

Riflemen — Joseph Young, captain; Philo Buckley, lieutenant; 
Dudley Champlin, ensign. 

Battalion of infantry lately commanded by Ebenezer Taylor: 

William Gillespie, major commandant, vice Taylor, resigned. 

Captains — Alexander Carmichael, vice Tracy, moved; John Voor- 
hes, vice Gillespie, promoted; James C. Curtis, vice Miller, moved. 

Lieutenants — William Wells, vice Carmichael, promoted; Lee 
Mitchel, vice Voorhes, promoted; George Gunip, vice J. Mitchell, 
declined. 

Ensigns — Norman Judson, vice L. Mitchel, promoted; Elnathan 
Corey; Charles B. Taylor (of riflemen), vice Conklin, moved. 

Battalion of infantry commanded by Major Samuel Barnum: 

Alexander Ketchum, major commandant, vice Barnum, resigned. 

DUTCHESS COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Forty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

James B. Montross, adjutant, vice H. Dubois, moved. 

Benjamin B. Hutchins, captain, vice Wood, resigned; Numan 
Finch, lieutenant; Isaiah Swift, ensign. 

Abraham V. Scouten, captain; Peter Cromwell, lieutenant; Alex- 
ander Graham, ensign; Matthew V. B. Ackerman, lieutenant; War- 
ren Delancy, junior, ensign. 

One Hundred and Twenty-seventh regiment of infantry: 
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Sturges Can-, captain; Daniel Odell, lieutenant; Edward W. How- 
ard, ensign; William Thomas, ensign. 

Sixty-first regiment of infantry: 

Cornelius Nelson, major, vice Austin, resigned; Barnabas Carver, 
junior, paymaster, vice Johnson, resigned. 

William Wright, captain; Jonas Smith, lieutenant. 

Ensigns — Stephen Pinkncy, Daniel Ganoung, Ira Kelly. 

Light Infantry — Peter Angevine, captain, vice Hyatt, resigned; 
Abraham Smith, lieutenant, vice Whitney, resigned; David Knapp~ 
ensign, vice Dean, resigned. 

PUTNAM COUNTY. 

Thirty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Benjamin Pugsley, major. 

Lewis Squires, captain, vice Pugsley, promoted; Charles Town- 
send, lieutenant; Charles Rogers, ensign. 

Samuel Ryder, captain, vice Bailey, resigned; Gilbert Reynolds, 
lieutenant; Stephen Rider, ensign; James Crosby, lieutenant; Elijah 
Dean, ensign. 

Hezekiah Nickerson, captain; Horace Jones, lieutenant; Gorham 
Barnum, ensign. 

SUFFOLK COUNTY. 

Thirty-third brigade of infantry: 

Charles A. Floyd, brigade quartermaster, vice Lester, resigned. 

One Hundred and Seventh brigade of infantry: 

Noah Terry, lieutenant colonel, vice Case, promoted; John W r ells, 
major, vice Terry, promoted. 

Captains — Noah Young, vice Wells, promoted; Calvin Cook, vice 
Terry, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Isaac Swezy, vice Young, promoted; John Hutchin- 
son, vice Cook, promoted. 



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Ensigns — George W. Congdon, vice Havens, promoted; John V. 
Corey, vice Halliock, promoted; Micah W. Halliock, vice B. Hal- 
liock, deceased; Thomas Wells; Elijah Wells, vice Swezy, promoted. 

One Hundred and Thirty-second regiment of infantry: 

John R. Satterly, lieutenant colonel, vice Phillips, declined; 
Edmund Wheeler, major, vice Satterly, promoted; Joel L. Griffing, 
surgeon, vice Miller, resigned; Samuel F. Norton, surgeon's mate, 
vice Griffing, promoted. 

Captains — John M. Williamson, vice Satterly, promoted; John 
Leek, junior, vice Sandford, resigned; Lewis Ritch, vice Tompkins, 
declined; George Hawkins, vice Wheeler, promoted. 

Lieutenants — Wickham Ruland, vice Hawkins, promoted; Mott 
Ranor, vice Leek, promoted; John Hutchinson, vice Ritch, pro- 
moted; William H. Hawkins, vice Williamson, promoted; Davis 
Norton, vice J. Norton, resigned. 

Ensigns — William Ruland, vice Smith, resigned; John S. Havens; 
Henry Hudson, junior, vice Hutchinson, promoted; Isaac Ham- 
mond, junior, vice Ruland, promoted; John Dickerson, vice Haw- 
kins, promoted. 

One Hundred and Thirty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Samuel Strong, colonel, vice Scudder, resigned; Samuel Skid- 
more, lieutenant colonel, vice Strong, promoted; James Nostrand, 
major, vice Scidmore, promoted. 

Richard Dingee, captain, vice Crum, moved; Peleg Cooper, lieu- 
tenant, vice Dingee, promoted; Benjamin Pettet, ensign, vice 
Cooper, promoted. 

Light Infantry — Jesse Carll, captain; Silas C. Strong, lieutenant; 
Jonas Wood, ensign. 

Eightieth regiment of infantry: 

William Tuthill, captain, vice Stevens, resigned; Shephard Halsey, 
lieutenant; Nathaniel Griffin, ensign. 



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1908 Annual Report of the 

queens county. 

One Hundredth regiment of infantry: 

David Mott, lieutenant colonel, vice Seaman, declining; John Lud- 
lam, major, vice Smith, resigned. 

Captains — Foster Burtes, vice Ludlam, promoted; David Jen- 
nings, vice Mott, promoted; Lewis Hicks, vice Baldwin, infirm. 

Lieutenants — John Carpenter, vice Burtis, promoted; Samuel 
Smith, vice Jennings, promoted; Horatio Mott, vice Hicks, 
promoted. 

Ensigns — Robert D. Clements, vice Carpenter, promoted; 
Anthony Davison, vice Mott, promoted; John V. D. Water. 

Ninety-third regiment of infantry: 

Lieutenants — Charles S. Lord, vice Messenger, resigned; James 
Ditmas, with rank from March 4, 1817; Samuel Palmer, vice 
Rapelyea. 

Ensigns — John Everitt, vice Bergin, resigned; Jacobus Lott, vice 
Ditmas, promoted; James Willing, vice Palmer, promoted; Abraham 
Bergan; John Waters. 

One Hundred and Seventeenth regiment of infantry: 

Daniel Bogart, lieutenant; Adrian Onderdonk, lieutenant, vice 
Allen, declined; Isaac Hart, ensign, vice Pine, declined. 

Twenty-second brigade of infantry: 

Thomas Floyd Jones, brigade major and inspector, vice Mott, 
promoted; Gideon Nichols, brigade quartermaster, vice Van Brunt, 
moved. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Eighty-second regiment of infantry: 

Henry H. Schieffelin, colonel, vice Fay, resigned; Garrit H. 
Striker, lieutenant colonel, vice Schieffelin, promoted; Bernard 
Sprang, major, vice Striker, promoted. 



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Captains — Daniel Smith, vice Sprong, promoted; Joseph Fisher, 
vice Tardy, deceased. 

Lieutenants — Meigs D. Benjamin, vice Smith, promoted; John R. 
Hedley, vice Fisher, promoted. 

Ensigns — Dennie Sayre, with rank from June 25, 1817, vice Ben- 
jamin, promoted; Gabriel H. Carroll, vice Hedley, promoted. 

Ninety-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Peter VanBrugh Livingston, major, vice Dyckman, resigned. 

Piatt H. Crosby, captain, vice Livingston, promoted. 

Lieutenants — William Douglass; William Sanders Irving, vice 
Crosby, promoted; William Cooper; Elias Desbrosses Hunter, vice 
LefTerts, aid. 

Ensigns — William R. Foster, vice Cooper, promoted; William 
Newton Clark; Matthew Clarkson, junior. 

One Hundred and Twenty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Captains — John Hildreth, vice Burdett, resigned; Gabriel Winter,' 
vice Cheavens, resigned; Joseph Bulkley, junior, vice Robinson, 
resigned. 

Lieutenants — Isaac B. Merrick, vice Hildreth, promoted; Abel T. 
Anderson, vice Winter, promoted, Isaac S. Hone, vice Bulkley, 
promoted. 

Ensigns — Henry M. Western, vice Merrick, promoted; Robert J. 
Chesebrough. 

Forty-fifth brigade of infantry: 

Henry B. Hagerman, lieutenant colonel, with rank from August 
2.6, 181 7; Robert R. Hunter, a lieutenant colonel; Hugh Maxwell, 
a major, with rank from August 26, 181 7. 

Third brigade of infantry: 

Frederick A. Tallmadge, brigade quartermaster, vice Coles, 
resigned. 



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1910 Annual Report of the 

Tenth regiment of infantry : 

William H. Maxwell, major. 

Joseph Coddington, captain, vice Strong, resigned; James S. 
Smith, lieutenant, vice Coddington, promoted; William Gracie, lieu- 
tenant; Israel Robinson, ensign. 

Captains — William R. Smith, vice Russell, resigned; Thomas H. 
Mills, vice Duffie, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Cornelius W. Oakley, vice Smith, promoted; Abra- 
ham Tucker, vice Mills, promoted; Leonard Bradley, vice Dunlap, 
moved. 

Ensigns — Jarvis Dusenberry, vice Smith, promoted; Isaac Car- 
penter, vice Oakley, promoted; John C. Smith, vice Tucker, 
promoted. 

Fifty-first regiment of infantry: 

Ensigns — Theodore M. Moore, vice Dixon, promoted; Thomas A. 
McDermott, vice Gates, promoted; William Green, vice Olmsted, 
deceased; Thomas Gedney, vice Longworth; Isaac Chesebrough. 

One Hundred and Forty-second regiment of infantry: 

Solomon Seixas, lieutenant colonel, vice H. Nicoll, resigned. 

James De Wolfe, quartermaster; Rene A. DeRussey, paymaster. 

Frederick A. Tallmadge, lieutenant, vice Nicoll, moved; Robert S. 
Haviland, ensign, vice Tallmadge, promoted. 

Charles Mapes, captain, vice Prince, resigned; John L. Ireland, 
lieutenant, vice Mapes, promoted; Isaac Adriance, ensign, vice Ire- 
land, promoted. 

Tenth brigade of infantry: 

James I. Jones, brigade major and inspector, vice J. T. Jones, 
promoted. 

Seventy-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Charles D. Maltbie, lieutenant, vice Pearsall, resigned; James S. 
Clark, ensign, vice Maltbie, promoted. 



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Eighty-fifth regiment of infantry : 

Captains — William S. Popham, vice Osborn, resigned; Isaac C. 
Jones, vice Gifford, resigned; Curtis Clarke, vice Mitchell, moved; 
James Thomson, junior, vice Wallis, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Nicholas Low, junior, vice Popham, promoted; 
Thomas B. Stokes, vice Jones, promoted; James Timpson, vice 
Clarke, promoted; Zophar P. Ogden, vice Thomson, promoted. 

Ensigns — Charles W. Sanford, vice Low, promoted; William H. 
Harrison, vice Stokes, promoted; Robert Ray, vice Timpson, pro- 
moted. 

Nathan McVickar, junior, lieutenant, vice Heyer, resigned; Abra- 
ham Ogden, ensign, vice McVickar, promoted. 

One Hundred and Sixth regiment of infantry : 

Captains — Jacob W., Clock, vice Honay, resigned; George W. 
Dunscomb, vice Lockwood, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Gerrit Anderson, vice Clock, promoted; Martin 
Ditmis, vice Dunscomb, promoted. 

Benjamin Moore, ensign, vice Bouden, resigned. 

One Hundred and Fifteenth regiment of infantry: 

Lieutenants — Frederick DePeyster, junior, vice Force, absent; 
Timothy J. Bloomfield, vice Phillips, moved; Robert Strong, vice 
Bloomfield. 

Ensigns — Vincent Morgan, vice DePeyster, promoted; Henry 
Ferris, vice Bloomfield; Peter Stuyvesant, vice Strong, promoted. 

Captains — John Sniffen, vice Jaques, resigned ; William Martling, 
vice Van Buren, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Thomas Lord, vice Sniffen, promoted; Frederick 
Pentz, junior, vice Martling, promoted. 

Ensigns — John Mount, vice Lord, promoted; Aaron Fountain, 
vice Pentz, promoted; Beach McEvers, in the militia. 



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KINGS, RICHMOND AND NEW YORK COUNTIES. 

Fortv- fourth hrig-ade of infantry: 

James D. Bissett, brigade quartermaster. 

KINGS COUNTY. 

Sixty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Adrian Yanderveer, surgeon's mate, to rank from August 26, 1817. 

Cornelius Bergen, captain; John Skillman, lieutenant; James Har- 
ris, junior, lieutenant; Peter V. Remsen, ensign; Jacob Wyckoff, 
ensign. 

John Jeroleman, lieutenant, vice Bergen, promoted; Samuel Smith, 
ensign, vice Jeroleman, promoted; Tunis Rapelyea, ensign, vice 
Remsen, declining. 

RICHMOND COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Forty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Nicholas Burger, colonel, vice Conner, resigned; Cornelius Dis- 
sosway, lieutenant colonel, vice Burger, promoted; Samuel Barton, 
major, vice Dissosway, promoted. 

Captains — Henry Crocheron, vice Barton, promoted; Garrit Mart- 
ling, vice Barnes, resigned; Edward O. Perine, vice Mersereau, 
resigned; Daniel Butler, vice Oakley, resigned; John Bedell, vice 
Tyson, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Matthias Burger, vice Crocheron, promoted: John 
Helliker, vice Martling, promoted; Apkah B. Ward, vice Butler, 
promoted; Jacob Garritson, vice Perine, promoted; Cornelius Chris- 
topher, vice Burbank, resigned. 

Ensigns — David Burger, vice Garritson, promoted; Joseph Schar- 
rot, vice Helliker, promoted; Benjamin Decker, vice Christopher, 
promoted: William , vice Ward, promoted. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Eleventh regiment of artillery: 

George W. Brown, colonel, vice Merccin, resigned; James Bene- 



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diet, lieutenant colonel, vice Brown, promoted; Jonas Humbert, 
junior, major, vice Stanton, resigned; Henry M. Groshon, surgeon's 
mate. 

Captains — Joseph Coles, vice Benedict, promoted ; John Remmey, 
vice Humbert, promoted; Adrian H. VanBokkelin, vice Houston, 
transferred; Josiah Mann, vice Wilkie, promoted. 

First lieutenants — William Mix, vice Mann, promoted; Gilbert 
Hopkins, vice Coles, promoted; Henry White, vice Remmey, 
promoted. 

Second lieutenants — Samuel D. Jackson, to rank from June 25, 
1817, vice Hunter, promoted; Irad Hawley, vice Hopkins, promoted; 
William D. Remmey, vice White, promoted; Charles Hull, vice 
Hillyer, resigned; Samuel C. Hyslop. 

Peter W. Spicer, captain, vice Pitman, resigned; Samuel C. Hys- 
lop, first lieutenant, vice Spicer, promoted; Thomas Cooper, first 
lieutenant, vice Mann, promoted; Jacob M. Vreeland, second lieu- 
tenant, vice Cooper, promoted; Charles Hull, first lieutenant, vice 
Hillyer, resigned. 

Ninth regiment of artillery : 

William Gerard, captain, vice Van Winkle, resigned. 

First lieutenants — John Hasbrouck, vice Gerard, promoted; Mar- 
cus Wilbur, vice White, resigned; Samuel J. Hunt, vice F. Smith, 
promoted; Mathew Daniel, junior, vice Morehouse, promoted; Mar- 
tin W. Brett; Nicholas Van Brunt; Nicholas Haight. 

Second lieutenants — Andrew Surre; James Maney, vice Daniel, 
promoted; Ephraim L. Whitlock, vice Wyman, declined. 

Third regiment of artillery: 

Joseph Houston, junior, lieutenant colonel, vice Rich, resigned; 
Samuel Thompson, major, vice Houston, promoted. 

Captains — Samuel Coddington, with rank from June 25, 1817, vice 
Thompson; Ralph Houghton, vice McFall Smith, resigned. 



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1914 Annual Report of the 

First lieutenants — Matthew Lane, vice Coddington, promoted; 
Samuel H. Rogers, vice Houghton, promoted; Robert Green, vice 
St. John, resigned; Thomas P. Ball, vice J. Gillen, resigned; Samuel 
D. Yandenbergh. 

Second lieutenants — George Hartman, vice Lane, promoted; 
Henry J. Timanus, vice Rogers, promoted; William Hoogland, vice 
Green, promoted; Benjamin E. Smith; William Fabian, vice Ball, 
promoted; John Robinson; Reid R. Throckmorton; George New- 
son; Ebenezer Cauldwell. 

Fourteenth regiment of artillery: 

Theodore F. Brett, major, vice Crocker. 

Captains — Alexander Bremner; Samuel Purdy, vice Crocker, 
promoted. 

First lieutenants — Isaac P. Smith, vice Muir, promoted; Thomas 
C. Murray, with rank from March, 1817; John Jewett, vice Purdy, 
promoted; Francis Barreto, junior. 

Second lieutenants — James Lee, with rank from March 4, 1817; 
Silas White, vice Smith, promoted; Henry P. Beers; Harvey Strong. 

Benjamin P. Benjon, cornet. 

William H. Priest, captain, vice Brett, promoted; William H. Wet- 
more, first lieutenant, vice Priest, promoted; John Campbell, first 
lieutenant, vice Camman, resigned; Jeremiah H. Taylor, second lieu- 
tenant, vice Campbell, promoted; Neilson Abeel, second lieutenant, 
vice Wetmore, promoted. 

KINGS COUNTY. 

Thirteenth regiment of artillery: 

Alden Spooner, adjutant, vice Stewart, deceased; Robert W. 
Doughty, quartermaster, vice Spooner, promoted. 

SUFFOLK COUNTY. 

Henry M. Howell, captain, vice Mount, resigned; Samuel Davis, 
first lieutenant; Caleb Kenner. second lieutenant; Pardon T. Faber, 
first lieutenant; Elijah Simmons, second lieutenant. 



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kings county. 
Peter Stockholm, captain; Joseph Marsh, first lieutenant; John 
Allen, second lieutenant. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

Lewis Constant, second lieutenant. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Second regiment of cavalry:* 

William F.,Wheeler, captain; James B. Post, first lieutenant; Cor- 
nelius D. Demarest, second lieutenant; James T. Post, cornet. 

Tenth regiment of artillery: 

James Wood, captain; Joel Wheeler, first lieutenant; Jesse Jayne, 
second lieutenant. 

Edward L. Welling, captain ; Joseph Roe, first lieutenant. 

COLUMBIA COUNTY. 

Fifth regiment of cavalry: 

Killian Miller, major; Richard Sluyter, chaplain; Henry Myers, 
quartermaster. 

Captains — Daniel B. Stranahan, Jeremiah Hoffman, Henry W. 
Livingston. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Henry Wiedman, captain. 

GREENE COUNTY. 

Aaron Steele, captain. 

COLUMBIA COUNTY. 

First lieutenants — Daniel S. Curtis, Adam Sagendorph, William 
Chapman, junior. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Eli Gallup, first lieutenant. 

* Note in the original. — Quere : See remonstrance. Commissions to be delayed 
until organization. 



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GREENE COUNTY. 

John Beach, first lieutenant. 

COLUMBIA COUNTY. 

Second lieutenants — Horace Spencer, Peter J. Rossman, Benja- 
min Sheldon. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Ralph P. Abbott, second lieutenant. 

GREENE COUNTY. 

John Tuttle, second lieutenant 

COLUMBIA COUNTY. 

Cornets — Jabez W. Babcock, John N. Harder, Humphrey Crary. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Jacob Settle, junior, cornet. 

GREENE COUNTY. 

Perez Steele, junior, cornet. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

First regiment of artillery: 

Frederick Degraff, lieutenant colonel, vice Veeder, declined; Wil- 
liam Dietz, major, vice Degraff, promoted. 

Captains — Jacob Snyder, vice Dietz, promoted; Epenetus How, 
vice Hollister, moved. 

First lieutenants — Peter Sternberg, vice Snyder, promoted; Joshua 
Palmerton, vice Wood, resigned; Isaac Cutler, vice How, promoted; 
William S. Shuler; Jacob Graff, vice Henry, deceased. 

Second lieutenants — Jacob W. Mann, vice Sternberg, promoted; 
Nathaniel Rider, vice Palmerton, promoted; Eli Foster, vice Ray- 
mond, resigned; John Cutler; Adam Fonda, vice Graff, promoted; 
Peter P. Smith, vice Xellis, resigned. 



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1818. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Seventh regiment of artillery: 

David S. Hall, first lieutenant, vice Giffing, moved. 

William Finley, captain, vice Pierce, promoted; John Gray, first 
lieutenant, vice Jones, deceased; William Shattuck, first lieutenant, 
vice Boots, moved; Benjamin B. Brown, second lieutenant, vice 
Deforest, moved. 

SENECA COUNTY. 

Charles W. Dey, second lieutenant. 

Solomon Porter, captain, vice Clark, resigned; Josiah B. Chap- 
man, first lieutenant, vice Porter, promoted; William W. Spencer, 
second lieutenant, vice Chapman, promoted. 

Joseph Bennett, captain, vice Churchill, resigned; John Nichols, 
first lieutenant, vice Bennett, promoted; Thomas Chipman, second 
lieutenant, vice Nichols, promoted. 

STEUBEN COUNTY. 

New company — 'William Woods, captain; Selah Barnard, first 
lieutenant; William H. Bull, second lieutenant. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

Eighth regiment of artillery: 

John Bradish, adjutant; Theodore S. Gold, quartermaster; Simon * 
N. Dexter, paymaster; Thomas Goodsell, surgeon; Seth S. Peck, 
surgeon's mate; John Frost, chaplain. 

Herbert B. Mann, captain, vice Bernard, resigned; Amos Robin- 
son, first lieutenant, vice Bradish; James Olney, second lieutenant, 
vice Mann, promoted. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

New company — Jeremiah Smith, captain; George Jeffers, junior, 
first lieutenant; William Henry Gordon, second lieutenant. 



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191S Annual Report of the 

JEFFERSON COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Eighth regiment of infantry: 

Azariah Thomas, colonel, vice Esselstyn, resigned; Hoel Law- 
rence, lieutenant colonel, vice Thomas, promoted; William King, 
major, vice Goodrich, resigned. 

Phineas Powers, captain, vice Powers, resigned; Oliver Grow, 
lieutenant, vice Powers, promoted; Nathan Stedson, ensign, vice 
Grow, promoted. 

Cyrus Stow, captain, vice Cole, resigned; Levi Torrey, lieutenant, 
vice Stow, promoted; Sylvester Reed, ensign, vice Neilson, moved. 

William Smith, captain, vice Wescott, resigned; Daniel Whitman, 
lieutenant, vice Smith, promoted; William Stowell, ensign, vice 
Whitman, promoted. 

Edward Winslow, captain, vice Gotham, resigned; Robert 
Gotham, lieutenant, vice Winslow, promoted; Ira Willard, ensign, 
vice Gotham, promoted. 

Ansel Winslow, captain, vice Fuller, moved; Abner Brooks, lieu- 
tenant, vice Winslow, promoted; Oliver Fuller, ensign, vice Brooks, 
promoted. 

Nathan Rathbun, captain; Willard Grimes, lieutenant, vice Hast- 
ings, resigned; Sackett Comstock, ensign, vice Grimes, promoted. 

New company — Ebenezer Bartholomew, captain; Henry Cleave- 
land, lieutenant; Jared Ingraham, ensign. 

New company — Shubel Butterfield, captain; Otis Howe, lieuten- 
ant; John Hulbert, ensign. 

New company — Richard Taylor, captain; Blake Baldwin, lieuten- 
ant; Benjamin Page, ensign. 

Riflemen — Joseph W. Brown, captain; Abijah Farwell, first lieu- 
tenant; James Allen, second lieutenant; John L. Huntington, ensign. 

Light Infantry — Elisha Burchard, captain, vice King, pro- 



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moted: Samuel Dennison, lieutenant, vice Burchard, promoted; 
Elisha H. Gardner, ensign, vice Dennison, promoted. 

Eighth regiment of artillery: 

Ebenezer Allen, junior, first lieutenant; John M. Phelps, second 
lieutenant. 

Fourth brigade of infantry: 

William S. Ely, brigade inspector, vice Lawrence, promoted. 

ST. LAWRENCE AND JEFFERSON COUNTIES. 

New brigade organized by the Commander-in-chief consisting of 
the militia in the county of St. Lawrence and that part of Major 
Howe's battalion in the county of Jefferson and denominated the 
forty-ninth brigade of infantry: 

ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY. 

Jacob Arnold, junior, brigadier general. 

DELAWARE COUNTY. 

Eighty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Captains — David Harper, vice Packard, resigned; Darius Olmsted 
(of riflemen). 

Lieutenants — Andrew G. Ten Eyck (of riflemen) ; Daniel N. Gay- 
lord; Michael Dayton, vice Harper, promoted. 

Ensigns — Richard W. Miller; Isaac Whitney, vice Gaylord, pro- 
moted; Ezra Smith, vice Dayton, promoted; John W. Ten Eyck (of 
riflemen). 

Sixty-ninth regiment of infantry : 

Robert North, junior, quartermaster. 

Captains — Henry Bradley, Gilbert Dickerson. 

Light Infantry — Stephen Foote, captain, vice Parker, pro- 
moted; Francis Wilcox, lieutenant; Ichabod C. Foote, ensign. 



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1920 Annual Report of the 

William Taylor, lieutenant. 

Ensigns — Daniel Chamberlin, Rufus Rogers, George Jennins. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Eleventh brigade of infantry: 

George H. Nellis, brigadier general, vice Dodge, resigned; Wil- 
liam J. Dodge, brigade major and inspector, vice Yates, under arrest 
since 1813. 

Twenty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Peter J. Conine, quartermaster, vice Hamilton, resigned; Cor- 
nelius H. Putman, paymaster, vice Eacker, deceased. 

John S. Vrooman, captain, vice Starin, moved; Robert S. Lanard- 
son, lieutenant, vice Vrooman, promoted. 

William Putman, captain, vice Mabee, resigned; Abraham Put- 
man, lieutenant, vice W. Putman, promoted; John J. Conine, ensign, 
vice A. Putman, promoted. 

James South, captain, vice Gardner, moved; Henry Davis, lieu- 
tenant, vice South, promoted; James Winner, ensign, vice Davis, 
promoted. 

Light Infantry — Daniel Hubbs, lieutenant, vice Young, moved; 
Slone Hamilton, ensign, vice Putman, promoted. 

One Hundred and Twenty-second regiment of infantry: 

James Canary, colonel, vice Brockway, declined; John P. Davis, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Canary, promoted; Charles Brockway, 
major, vice Davis, promoted; Ashbel Cornwell, paymaster, vice 
Downs, resigned; Abraham Crane, quartermaster, vice Vedder, 
moved; Paris G. Clark, ensign and adjutant, vice Brockway, pro- 
moted; Abraham Puling, surgeon, vice Bell, moved; John I. Swart, 
surgeon's mate, vice Puling, promoted. 

Isaac Thompson, lieutenant, vice Whitney, moved; Giles P. 
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Light Infantry — John McCallistcr, captain, vice Stiles, resigned; 
John Frymire, lieutenant, vice McCallister, promoted; Archibald 
Stewart, ensign, vice Frymire, promoted. 

Abraham Riggis, lieutenant, vice S. O. Riggs, moved; Albert 
Marselus, ensign, vice French, resigned; Henry Hillman, junior, 
ensign, vice Van Vranken, resigned; William Gibbs, lieutenant, vice 
Scott, moved; Caleb W. Slocum, ensign, vice Gibbs, promoted. 

Gilbert Gaylord, captain, vice Fisk, moved; Jacob Gurnea, lieu- 
tenant, vice Gaylord, promoted; Jacob Woodworth, ensign, vice 
Gurnea, promoted. 

One Hundred and Thirty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Michael W. Ehle, lieutenant, vice Saunders, resigned; Peter 
Keller, ensign, vice Ehle, promoted. 

Battalion of infantry in the county of Montgomery commanded 
by Major Samuel Jackson: 

Captains — Matthew Clarke, vice Keachie, resigned; Samuel New- 
kirk, vice Martin, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Thomas McMaster, vice Clarke, promoted; Andrew 
Frank, vice Gririman. 

Ensigns — John Newkirk, third, vice S. Newkirk, promoted; Cor- 
nelius Hubbs, vice Haslett, moved; Alexander Dorn, vice McMas- 
ter, promoted. 

Eighth regiment of infantry: 

Stephen Todd, lieutenant colonel, vice Bartlett, declining; Syl- 
vanus Ay res, major. 

John Favil, captain, vice Ayres, promoted; Jonathan Ransom, 
lieutenant; William Favil, ensign. 

Light Infantry — Thaddeus Munson, lieutenant; Daniel Guile, 
ensign. 

Willis Avery, ensign; James Swartwout, ensign. 
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1922 Annual Report of the 

Willard Curtis, captain, vice Hide, moved; Andrew Hellenbolt, 
lieutenant; Samuel Bates, ensign. 

Thirty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Baruit Van Vechten, adjutant, vice Visscher, resigned. 

Philip Artgasinger, captain, vice Vosburgh, resigned; Duncan 
Clark, lieutenant, vice Artgasinger, promoted; Howland Grinnel, 
ensign, vice Clarke, promoted. 

Alexander Stewart, captain, vice Saunders, resigned; John Gross, 
lieutenant, vice Stewart, promoted; John D. Walker, ensign, vice 
Gross, promoted; Nathan Burr, lieutenant, vice Matthews, resigned; 
Frederick Steel, junior, ensign, vice Burr, promoted; Harmanus 
Cromwell, lieutenant, vice Van Deusen, moved; Volkert Voorheis, 
ensign, vice Cromwell, promoted. 

Nineteenth regiment of infantry: 

Nicholas Gray, paymaster, vice Snell, resigned. 

Daniel Getman, lieutenant; Henry Tackey, ensign, vice Getman, 
promoted; Christopher Klock, lieutenant; Cornelius W. Beekman, 
ensign, vice Groff, moved; Philip Kring, ensign. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

Sixty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Moses Eggleston, lieutenant colonel, vice Hickock, declined; 
Benjamin Sanborn, major, vice Eggleston, promoted. 

Samuel Sanborn, junior, captain, vice B. Sanborn, promoted; 
William W. Herrick, lieutenant, vice S. Sanborn, promoted; Samuel 
H. Payne, ensign, vice Herrick, promoted. 

Sylvester Langdon, captain, vice Austin, resigned; Samuel Easter- 
brooks, lieutenant, vice Langdon, promoted; Samuel Bell, ensign, 
vice Easterbrooks, promoted. 

Richard Herriman, captain, vice Danford, resigned; Alexander 
B. Erwin, lieutenant; Job Bastow, ensign, vice Herriman, promoted; 



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George Adams, ensign, vice Conger, promoted; Augustus Douglass, 
lieutenant, vice Smith, promoted; Nathan Douglass, ensign, vice A. 
Douglass, promoted. 

Light Infantry — Jonathan Stearns, captain; Leonard Conant, 
lieutenant; Lot Lincoln, ensign. 

Salmon Smith, captain, vice Bryant, resigned. 

Sixth regiment of artillery: 

Sebius Fairman, captain; John P. Andros, second lieutenant. 

CLINTON COUNTY. 

Thirty-sixth regiment of infantry : 

Ezra Turner, colonel, vice Miller, declining; Ezra Thurber, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Roberts, declined; Reuben H. Walworth, major, 
vice Turner, promoted; Ira A. Wood, lieutenant and paymaster; 
Benjamin J. Mooers, surgeon, vice Goodrich, resigned; Miles Ste- 
phenson, surgeon's mate. 

Captains — Jonathan Slater, vice Thurber, promoted; Darius 
Corbin; Jonas Parks, vice Anderson, resigned; Luther Everest, vice 

Cochran, declined. 

Lieutenants — Isaac Hayford, vice Slater, promoted; Horace 
Southwick; Epaphroditus Ransom, vice Ransom, resigned; John 
Hallock; John Everest, vice L. Everest, promoted; Abraham Scrib- 
ner; Hallock Brumly. 

Ensigns — Daniel D. Johnson, vice Taylor, resigned; Philip Farns- 
worth; Francis Kingsly, vice Douglass, resigned; Daniel Jackson; 
Hazen Mooers (of riflemen). 

Forty-second brigade of infantry: 

Piatt Newcomb, brigade major and inspector. 

SARATOGA COUNTY. 

Ninth brigade of infantry: 

John Dunning, junior, brigade quartermaster, vice Valentine, 
resigned. 



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1924 Annual Report of the 

Twenty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

John Brown, major, vice Derrick, moved; Giles Egerton, quarter- 
master, vice Palmer, promoted. 

Calvin Palmer, captain, vice Brown, promoted; Matthew Allen, 
captain, vice Cornell, resigned; Job Cornell, lieutenant, vice Allen, 
promoted. 

Light Infantry — Solomon Hewett, lieutenant, vice Washburn, 
promoted; Solomon T. Scott, ensign, vice Brewster, declined. 

Philip H. Macumber, adjutant, vice Jewett, resigned; John Pet- 
tinger, ensign; Nehemiah Whitlock, ensign. 

Thirty-second regiment of infantry: 

Charles Prentice, lieutenant, vice Consollus, moved; James 
Ritchie, ensign, vice Root, moved; Samuel St. John, ensign, vice 
Prentice, moved. 

Forty-first regiment of infantry: 

Gardinier Conkling, major, vice Wilcox, resigned; Stephen S. 
Sayles, adjutant, vice Patrick, resigned. 

Captains — Samuel L. Chase, vice Morehouse, resigned; Reuben 
Saxton, vice Valentine, moved; Ashbel Palmer, vice Conkling, 
promoted. 

Lieutenants — John Eddy, vice Saxton, promoted; James Long- 
worthy; Abraham L. Wright; Abraham Valentine; William Law- 
rence. 

Ensigns — James Davis, Samuel Sampson, Jacob Lawrence;, 
Seneca Hall, James Hunter. 

Fifty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Lewis Westcot, adjutant, vice Gardiner, resigned; George Ben- 
ton, paymaster, vice Child, resigned; Zadock H. Barney, surgeon's 
mate, vice Webber, moved. 

Ensigns — Daniel Matthews, vice Westcott, promoted; William J. 



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Angle, vice Palmer, promoted; James Ladue, vice Haynes, pro- 
moted. 

Samuel M. Plumb, chaplain. 

Riflemen — Gilbert Swan, second, lieutenant; Henry Miller, ensign. 

Aaron Blake, captain, vice Davis, resigned; Lewis Putnam, lieu- 
tenant; Warren A. Smith, ensign. 

Sixty-third regiment of infantry: 

Jeremiah Terhune, major, vice Finch, declining. 

Henry Reynolds, surgeon, vice Clark, resigned; Jesse Billings, 
third, surgeon's mate, vice Reynolds, promoted. 

Daniel H. Craig, lieutenant, vice Elms, resigned; Thomas Olney, 
ensign, vice Craig, promoted. 

Jason Adams, captain, vice Patterson, resigned; Joseph Palmer, 
lieutenant, vice Adams, promoted; Joseph Welsh, junior, ensign, 
vice Palmer, promoted. 

Charles Emerson, captain, vice Wheeler, resigned; John Fitz- 
gerald, lieutenant, vice Arnold, declined; Daniel Weatherhead, 
ensign, vice Emerson, promoted; Stephen Crandell, lieutenant, vice 
King, moved; Denton Mott, ensign, vice Sprott, promoted. 

Light Infantry — Philip Schuyler, captain; Henry Coller, lieu- 
tenant; Abraham Moore, ensign. 

One Hundred and Forty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Joshua Bloom, junior, paymaster, vice Lansing, moved. 

Lawrence Travis, captain, vice Frasher, resigned. 

Lieutenants — David Wag, junior, vice Travis, promoted; Morris 
Sheldon, vice Randall, moved; Nicholas E. Van Vranken, vice Shep- 
herd, declined. 

Ensigns — Orman Doty, vice Herald, moved; Daniel Frasher, vice 
Close, declining; Garnsey Kennedy, vice Sheldon, promoted; Adam 
Van Vranken, junior, vice N. E. Van Vranken, promoted. 



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1926 Annual Report of the 

One Hundred and Sixtv-sixth regiment of infantry: 

David Walker, colonel, vice Lindsey, resigned; Ira Heath, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Walker, promoted; Isaiah Palmenter, major; 
Truman B. Hicks, adjutant, vice Pitcher, moved. 

Captains — Edward Scovill, vice Palmenter, promoted; Jonathan 
Flanders, vice Butler, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Ira Russell, vice Scovill, promoted; Charles Stew- 
art, vice Flanders, promoted. 

Ensigns — Reuben Willard, Jacob Rice. 

Prince Jinney, captain; Reuben Coon, lieutenant; Jonathan Dow,, 
ensign. 

ESSEX COUNTY. 

Thirty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Charles B. Prindle, adjutant, vice (Henry H.) Ross, promoted; 
Alexander Tremble, quartermaster, vice Prindle, adjutant; Thomas 
Steele, paymaster, vice (Jonathan) Steele, resigned. 

Ninth regiment of infantry: 

Elijah Bailey, junior, major, vice Biglow, resigned. 

Simeon Philips, captain, vice Bailey, promoted; Joshua Bailey, 
lieutenant, vice Philips, promoted; Nathaniel Miller, junior, lieu- 
tenant, vice Roberts, moved. 

Ensigns — Sylvanus Stewart, vice Miller, promoted; Harvey Hulet, 
vice Wiltscy, declined; Wilder Butterfield, vice Wilcox, declined; 
Dillon Stevens. 

ROCKLAND COUNTY. 

Twenty-ninth brigade of infantry: 

Benjamin J. Gurnee, brigadier general, vice Van Orden, promoted; 
Joseph E. Jones, brigade quartermaster, vice Hart, resigned. 

Eighty-third regiment of infantry: 

William Gurnee, colonel, vice B. J. Gurnee, promoted; Thunis 
Cooper, lieutenant colonel; Nathaniel Conklin, major vice W. Gur- 



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nee, promoted; Archibald Cassadey, adjutant, vice Smith, moved; 
Abraham B. Gurnee, quartermaster, vice Jones, promoted; David 
Tallman, surgeon, vice Coe, moved. 

Captains — Matthew Gurnee, vice Cooper, promoted; Jacob 
Archer, vice Conklin, promoted; James D. Swartout, vice Stormes, 
cashiered ; John I. Bolson, vice Delamontanya, resigned. 

Lieutenants — John S. Gurnee, vice M. Gurnee, promoted; John 
T. Smith; Robert Knapp, vice W. Gurnee, resigned; Garret Sne- 
dicker, vice Swartout, promoted; John Delamontanya, vice Dykins, 
resigned. 

Ensigns — Peter Youry; John J. Denoyellis, vice Archer, pro- 
moted; Amzi Coe, vice Jersey, declined; Ebenezer McKenzie; 
George Ramson, vice Snedicker, promoted; James Orsborn. 

Stephen Hemmion, captain; Anthony May, lieutenant; Harman 
Goetchius, ensign. 

ALLEGANY COUNTY. 

New battalion of infantry in the county of Allegany consisting 
of part of the companies in the towns of Friendship, Caneadea and 
Nunda commanded by Captains Ketchum, Utter and Ellis and the 
company commanded by Captain Gary in Rushford. 

George P. Ketchum, major commandant; Alanson Burr, adjutant; 
Daniel Woods, quartermaster; Wilson Gordon, paymaster; Horatio 
Smith, surgeon. 

Captains — Samuel H.Morgan; Lewis Wilson, vice Gary, resigned; 
Eber Hotchkiss; Abraham J. Lyon; Simon Wilson. 

Lieutenants — Hiram Gray, Sherwin Blood, Allen J. Torry, James 
Dutton, Simon C. Moore. 

Ensigns — Matthew P. Cady, Mark Blanchard, Jackson Swift, 
Cyrus Clemmons, Calvin T. Chamberlin. 



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1928 Annual Report of the 

oneida county. 

One Hundred and Thirty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Fortune C. White, lieutenant colonel, with rank from May 1, 1816, 
vice Ballou, resigned; John E. Hinman, major, vice White, pro- 
moted. 

William Nickerson, lieutenant, vice Blatchford, declined; Gift 
Hitchcock, ensign, vice Nickerson, promoted. 

Thirteenth brigade of infantry: 

Augustus Hocox (Hickock), brigade quartermaster, vice Hinman, 
promoted. , i 1 .. 

SARATOGA COUNTY. 

First regiment of artillery: 

Martin J. Vanderwerker, captain, vice Mott, resigned; Job Mul- 
ford, first lieutenant, vice Vanderwerker, promoted; Isaac Vander- 
werker, junior, second lieutenant, vice Dunham, moved. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Major Bennet Bicknell's battalion of riflemen: 
Sylvanus Gournsey, surgeon, vice Heffren, moved. 
Abner Heffren, first lieutenant, vice Jackson, resigned; John 
Turner, second lieutenant, vice Stone, moved; John Holmes, ensign, 
vice Heffren, promoted; Nathan Matteson, second lieutenant, vice 
Hicks, resigned; Hugh Gragg, ensign, vice Matteson, promoted. 

DELAWARE COUNTY. 

Ninth regiment of cavalry: 

Erastus Edgerton, cornet, with rank from March 4, 1817. 

SCHOHARIE COUNTY. 

Peter Shafer, junior, colonel, vice Sexton, resigned; Thomas P. 
Danforth, lieutenant colonel, vice Shafer, promoted. 



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Joseph Bouck, captain, vice Danforth, promoted; Harman Becker, 
first lieutenant, vice Bouck, promoted; David Boyd, second lieuten- 
ant, vice Becker, promoted; Peter N. Farwell, cornet, vice G. Dan- 
forth. 

DELAWARE COUNTY. 

Martin Leet, captain, vice Penfield, resigned; Samuel Stevens, 
junior, first lieutenant, vice Leet, promoted; Bradley Lyon, second 
lieutenant, vice Stevens, promoted; Orange Graves, cornet. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Benedict Arnold, captain; William C. Winne, first lieutenant; 
William D. Babbett, second lieutenant; Samuel Green, cornet. 
Joel Faulkner, first lieutenant; William Huff, second lieutenant; 
John Van Schaick, junior, cornet. 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Sixty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Richard Buell, junior, lieutenant; Roswell Turner, ensign. 

Seventy-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Rufus M. Cady, colonel, vice Ganson, resigned; Robert McKay, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Cady, promoted; Nathan S. Davis, major, 
vice McKay, promoted. 

Captains — Levi Lacy, Ephraim Blackmer, Chester Naramore, 
Richard Stiles, Charles Butler, Amasiah Bibbins, Daniel S. Morley. 

Lieutenants — William Shirts, Duncan Anderson, William Miller, 
Benjamin Cooley, Daniel McVenat, Heman Hyde, Henry Jane. 

Ensigns — Theoron Brown, Dan Gustin, Elisha Phelps, Zebedee 
Mosier, Asa P. Butterfield, Cornelius Teachout, Aaron Russ, John 
Handy. 

Light Infantry— John McDonald, captain; Hugh Mc William, 
lieutenant; John Holloway, ensign. 



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193° Annual Report of the 

One Hundred and Sixty-fourth regiment of infantry: 
Riflemen — Luther Orcutt, captain; Charles Gould, lieutenant; 
Libbeus Graves, junior, ensign. 
Alonzo G. Hickox, ensign. 

SCHOHARIE COUNTY. 

Twenty-eighth brigade of infantry: 

Jacob Gebhard, brigadier general, vice Schoolcraft, resigned. 

Eighteenth regiment of infantry: 

William C. Bouck, colonel, vice Gebhard, promoted; Christian H. 
Shafer, major, vice Bouck, promoted; Henry Greene, surgeon's 
mate, vice Mead, moved. 

Jonathan Russell, captain, vice Hager, moved ; John Sleight, lieu- 
tenant, vice Russell, promoted; James E. McQueen, ensign. 

Frederick Vogel, captain, vice Wooster, declined; George J. 
Warner, lieutenant, vice Vogel, promoted. 

Jesse Lord, captain, vice Kelsey, resigned; William G. Michaels, 
ensign, vice Vrooman, declined; Sherman Osborn, ensign, vice Best, 
declined. 

John Sidnigh, captain of riflemen, vice Borst, resigned. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

Eighth regiment of artillery: 

Thomas B. Gillespie, captain, vice George Petrie, to be super- 
seded; George Petrie, first lieutenant; Thaddeus Hildreth, second 
lieutenant. 

Twenty-first brigade of infantry: 

Christopher P. Bellinger, brigadier general, vice (James) Hailes, 
moved. 

Twenty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Jonathan Edgecomb, lieutenant, vice Hamilton, resigned; Calvin 
Kei f .h, ensign, vice Edgecomb, promoted; Harvey Noble, lieutenant. 



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Horace Holmes, captain, vice Corbitt, moved; Henry Rising, lieu- 
tenant, vice Holmes, promoted; Thomas Goodyear, ensign, vice 
Rising, promoted; Ephraim Mills, lieutenant, vice Barringer, re- 
signed; John Miller, junior, ensign, vice Mills, promoted; Daniel R. 
Carrier, lieutenant, vice Crandall, promoted; Gustavus A. Brown, 
ensign. 

Fortieth regiment of infantry: 

Alvin Norton, lieutenant; Jeremiah Andrews, ensign, vice Nor- 
ton, promoted; John Near, ensign, vice Thomas, resigned; John 
Bentley, lieutenant of light infantry; George Wood, lieutenant, vice 
Conant, moved. 

Ninetieth regiment of infantry: 

Ralph Waterman, paymaster, vice Keith, resigned. 

Richard M. Petrie, captain, vice J. Petrie, promoted; Richard 
Hoover, lieutenant, vice R. M. Petrie, promoted; Peter P. Foltz, 
ensign, vice Hoover, promoted. 

Isaac Wooden, junior, lieutenant, vice Beebe, promoted; Arthur 
Smith, ensign, vice Wooden, promoted. 

Isaac Norton, junior, captain, vice Potter, moved; John M. 
Andrews, lieutenant, vice Norton, promoted; Zina Beacher, ensign, 
vice Andrews, promoted. 

William Reynolds, captain, vice Nichols, resigned; Noble Ross, 
lieutenant, vice Reynolds, promoted; John Matteson, ensign, vice 
Ross, promoted. 

COLUMBIA COUNTY. 

Seventy-third regiment of infantry: 

James Warner, colonel, vice Kingsley, resigned; Augustus F. 
Hayden, lieutenant colonel, vice Warner, promoted; William B. 
Hird, major, vice Hayden, promoted. 

Jirah Dean, captain, vice Hird, promoted; Frederick Kingsley, 



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lieutenant, vice Dean, promoted; Russell Smith, ensign, vice Kings- 
ley, promoted. 

Allen Spencer, captain, vice Hitchcock, resigned; George Landon, 
lieutenant, vice Spencer, promoted; Henry Hull, ensign, vice Lan- 
don, promoted. 

Abel F. Andrews, captain, vice Carr, resigned; Norman Sackett, 
lieutenant, vice Andrews, promoted; Allen S. Wheeler, ensign. 

Samuel Webster, captain, vice Hand, moved; Larrey Patrick, 
lieutenant, vice Webster, promoted; David W. Gifford, ensig'n. 

Almarin Fuller, captain, vice James, resigned; Isaac L. Warner, 
lieutenant, vice Fuller, promoted; Thaddeus Elmore, ensign, vice 
Warner, promoted. 

Light Infantry — Lewis M. Butts, second, lieutenant; Hosea 
Burge, junior, ensign; David Watson, captain, vice Persons, moved; 
Amasa Fuller, lieutenant; Reuben Jenkins, ensign. 

Fifty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Peter Van Alstyne, colonel, vice Vosburgh, promoted; Henry 
Van Vleck, lieutenant colonel, vice Van Alstyne, promoted; David 
Bidwell, major, vice Bassett, resigned. 

Charles Whiting, captain, with rank from March I, 1815; Arent 
Van Meek, captain, vice H. Van Vleck, promoted; Abraham J. 
Van Buren, lieutenant, vice A. Van Vleck, promoted; Bastian Bain, 
ensign. 

Lucas Goes, captain, vice Bidwell, promoted. 

Lieutenants — William J. Shaver; Winthrop Phelps, vice Blunt, 
moved. 

Ensigns — John B. Vredenburgh; Peter Groat, junior; John Bid- 
well, junior. 

One Hundred and Sixty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Augustus N. Holly, colonel, with rank from May 1, 1816; Gideon 



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P. Wolcott, lieutenant colonel, vice Holly, promoted; Coonrad J. 
Wiltsey, major, vice Wolcott, promoted; Increase McGee Coldwell, 
surgeon's mate. 

Light Infantry — Philip A. Coones, captain, vice Felts, moved; 
John Hoysratt, lieutenant, vice Coones, promoted; John Coones, 
ensign, vice Hoysratt, promoted. 

Captains — John Kingman, vice Wiltsey, promoted; John B. Van 
Dusen, vice Coones, promoted; Adam B.Miller, vice Decker, moved. 

Lieutenants — John Terbush, vice Langdon, promoted; Thomas 
Terbush, vice Kingman, promoted; Frederick Curtis, vice Wilcox, 
resigned; Nicholas Lester, vice Miller, promoted. 

Ensigns — George L. Wilsey, vice T. TerBush, promoted; John 
B. Streviel, vice Curtis, promoted; John Bain, vice Bruen, moved; 
Andrew McArthur, vice J. Terbush, promoted; Harvey Mallery, 
vice Lester, promoted. 

Fifteenth regiment of infantry: 

Jacob Cooper, colonel, vice Shaver, resigned; Henry Potts, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Cooper, promoted; Robert Elting, major; Har- 
man Livingston, adjutant; Henry W. Livingston, paymaster, vice 
Ten Broeck, resigned; Alexander Crofts, quartermaster, vice 
Livingston. 

Captains — Leonard W. Ten Broeck, vice Elting, promoted; Jacob 
P. Rockefeller, vice Potts, promoted; Jonas Lasher, vice Ellsworth, 
resigned. 

Lieutenants — Henry J. Best, vice Rockefeller, promoted; John 
P. Lynk, vice Park, declined; George Elsworth, vice Lasher, pro- 
moted; Titus Simons, vice Robison, resigned. 

Ensigns — Jacob P. Miller, vice Best, promoted; Jacob I. Barrin- 
ger, vice Washburn, resigned; Henry W. Snyder, vice More, re- 
signed; Adam A. Clum, vice Elsworth, promoted. 



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1934 Annual Report of the 

Forty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

James Fleming, lieutenant colonel, vice Fonda, declined; Charles 
Darling, major, vice Waterman, removed. 

Light Infantry — Henry Relay, lieutenant, vice Pennoyer, 
moved; William Carshore, ensign, vice Relay, promoted. 

Robert Bartle, ensign, vice Murphy, moved. 

Jacob Rossman, captain, vice Martin, resigned; John Whitman, 
lieutenant, vice Rossman, promoted; Abraham Stiver, ensign, vice 
Whitman, promoted. 

Robert R. Myers, captain, vice Darling, promoted; John W. Ed- 
monds, lieutenant, vice Stone, moved; John W. Dutcher, ensign, 
vice Ten Broeck, deceased. 

Henry H. Plass, captain, vice Van Deusen, resigned; William M, 
Hallenbeck, lieutenant, vice Plass, promoted; James Elting, ensign, 
vice Hallenbeck, promoted. 

Frederick Mesick, captain, vice T. J. Mesick, moved; Robert 
McLeod, lieutenant, vice Leggett, resigned; Bartholomew Van 
Valkenburgh,, ensign, vice Mesick, promoted. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Thirty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Henry Lyker, colonel, vice Nellis, promoted; Peter Sternbergh, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Lyker, promoted; Robert Bowman, major, 
vice Sternbergh, promoted. 

Adam Ward, captain, vice Bowman, promoted; Henry B. Janse, 
lieutenant, vice Ward, promoted; Cornelius Lane, junior, ensign, 
vice Walradt, moved. 

Aaron Clement, captain, vice Collier, moved; Cornelius Runkle, 
lieutenant, vice Clement, promoted; Cornelius Lyker, ensign, vice 
Runkle, promoted. 



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Abraham N. Van Alstine, captain, vice C. N. VanAlstine, re- 
signed; Cornelius R. Van Evers, lieutenant, vice A. M. VanAlstine, 
promoted; Barent Walradt, ensign, vice Van Evera, promoted; 
James Reed, lieutenant, vice Van Antwerp, moved. 

Nineteenth regiment of infantry: 

Riflemen — Christian Groff, junior, captain; Peter D. Fox, first 
lieutenant; John Markell, second lieutenant; Peter P. Fox, ensign. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Eighth regiment of cavalry: 

James Shankland, paymaster. 

Uriah Aldrich, captain, vice Crocker, resigned; James Berthrong, 
first lieutenant, vice Aldrich, promoted; Asa Covill, second lieuten- 
ant, vice Berthrong, promoted; Tyler Parmalee, cornet, vice Covill ? 
promoted. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Twenty-fifth regiment of infantry: 
Ensigns — Matthew Charles Patterson; Elijah Paine, junior. 

SCHENECTADY COUNTY. 

Fifty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Abraham Veeder, captain, vice Schermerhorn; Nicholas J. Ved- 
der, lieutenant, vice Schermerhorn, resigned; Simon Schermerhorn, 
ensign, vice Veeder, promoted. 

CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Sixty-second regiment of infantry: 
Phineas Palmiter, captain, vice Bird, resigned; Stephen Wilcox, 
junior, lieutenant; Michael Frank, ensign. 

Abel Wilcox, captain, vice Martin, resigned; George Martin, lieu- 
tenant, vice Plumb, resigned; Jacob Austin, ensign, vice Hatch, 
resigned. 



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Jeremiah Griffith, captain, vice Bemus, resigned; Elias Clark, 
lieutenant; Almon Manly, ensign, vice Parker, resigned. 

Cornelius Hunt, lieutenant, vice Pierson, moved; Belce Hearick, 
ensign. 

Jonas Saftord, captain; Israel Baker, lieutenant; Moses Joy, 
ensign. 

Riflemen — Samuel A. Brown, captain; Jesse Smith, lieutenant; 
James Hall, ensign. 

One Hundred and Sixty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Elijah Risley, junior, colonel, vice Bartoo, resigned; Leverett 
Barker, lieutenant colonel, vice Perry, resigned; James Mullett, 
junior, major, vice Risley, promoted; Thomas G. Abell, adjutant, 
vice Barker, promoted. 

Captains — Samuel Johnson, vice Barrett, resigned; Dennis Barnes, 
vice Baldwin, resigned; Nathaniel Barney, vice Smith, resigned; 
Joel Burnell, vice White, moved; John P. M. Whaley, vice Mullett, 
promoted; Uriah Nash, vice Knapp, resigned; Jonathan S. 
Patterson. 

Lieutenants — Norman Dunbar, vice Abell, promoted; Willis 
Willoughby, vice Barnes, promoted; Sampson Trask, vice Barney, 
promoted; Obed Edson, vice Burnell, promoted; Ammi Williams, 
vice Whaley, promoted; Thomas Merritt, vice Nash, promoted; 
William Griswold, vice Patterson, promoted. 

Ensigns — William Sage, vice Johnson, promoted; Stephen Bar- 
rett, vice Willoughby; Hall Spink, vice Trask, promoted; John 
Scever, vice Boyer; Ashbel Sellew, vice Williams, promoted; 
Augustus Bartoo, vice Merritt, promoted; John E. Griswold, vice 
W. Griswold, promoted. 

New company — Eldad Corbit, junior, captain; Augustin Wright, 
lieutenant; Isaac Battles, ensign. 



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Thomas Warren, lieutenant, with rank from April 24, 181 7. 

Seventh regiment of artillery: 

Ralph Plumb, captain, vice J. Plumb, moved; Knowles Hall, first 
lieutenant, vice Kenyon, moved; George Ilinkly, second lieutenant, 
vice Plumb, promoted. 

SENECA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Second regiment of infantry: 

Samuel Blain, colonel, vice Van Alstyne, resigned; Samuel 
McMath, lieutenant colonel, vice Southwick, resigned; Jacob Cham- 
berlain, major, vice Blain, promoted; James Fleming, adjutant, vice 
Jacobas, resigned; Samuel Dey, quartermaster, vice Woodruff, re- 
signed; Dexter Swift, paymaster, vice Chapman, promoted; Rod- 
erick Roice, surgeon, vice Elliott, moved; Archelaus Gates, sur- 
geon's mate, vice Roice, promoted. 

Captains — Simon Chapman, vice Chamberlain, promoted; Timo- 
thy Ludlum, vice McMath, promoted; James Hicks, vice McConnel, 
moved; James Magee, vice Marsh, declined. 

Lieutenants — John C. Gates, vice Fleming, promoted; Seth Baron, 
vice Dobbin, promoted; James McKnight, vice Boughman, moved; 
Lewis Chamberlin, vice Hicks, promoted; Eleazer P. Mather, vice 
Mills, moved; Gideon Burch, vice Magee, promoted. 

Ensigns — Stephen Allen, vice Easton; John Burton, vice Dey, 
promoted; William W. Dobbin, vice Baron, promoted; Daniel 
Schotts, vice Chamberlin, promoted; Chester Dryer, vice Mather, 
promoted; Silas Barton, vice Sharman, declined. 

One Hundred and Twenty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Daniel Scott, major, vice Brooks, promoted; Samuel Gulick, quar- 
termaster, vice Osburn, promoted; Cornelius DeMott, paymaster, 
vice Kelly, promoted. 
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1938 Annual Report of the 

Thomas Osburn, captain, vice Scott, promoted; James Brown, 
junior, lieutenant. 

Charles Kelley, captain, vice Squire, declined; Joseph Sutton, 
captain, vice Bainbridge, resigned; Ebenezer Conklin, lieutenant, 
vice Sutton, promoted; Charles Lemmon, ensign, vice Conklin, 
promoted. 

Jacob Huff, captain, vice Wickoff, resigned; Enoch Terhune, lieu- 
tenant, vice Huff, promoted; Thomas Waldron, ensign, vice Ter- 
hune, promoted; Joseph Bailey, lieutenant, vice Dickerson, resigned; 
Clinton Johnson, ensign, vice Bailey, promoted. 

TOMPKINS COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Forty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Captains — Gilbert J. Ogden, vice Cykendal, resigned; Daniel 
Richey, vice Mack, moved; Jonathan P. Woodworth, vice Russell, 
resigned; John Tanner, vice Humphrey, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Reuben D. Lyon, vice Richey, promoted; James 
Terry, vice Woodworth, promoted; Barnardus Swarthout; Robert 
Henry, vice Kinnear, declined. 

Ensigns — John Howdon; Daniel Lee, vice Dickerson, promoted; 
Beckwith Dennison, vice Terry, promoted; Ira White, vice Roice, 
declined; Tylee White. 

Samuel Russell, paymaster; John Dickerson, lieutenant, vice 
Richey, promoted. 

SENECA COUNTY. 

Battalion of infantry commanded by Major John Furlong: 
David Gates, captain, vice Fitch, moved; Warham Sheldon, lieu- 
tenant, vice Gates, promoted; William Mudge, ensign, vice Sheldon, 
promoted. 

New company — Obadiah Adams, captain; William Plank, lieu- 
tenant: Joseph Wilder, ensign. 



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Aseph Spencer, ensign, vice Hallett, moved. 

Battalion of riflemen: 

Edward B. Ely, major commandant. 

Joshua Coleman, captain, vice Ely, promoted; John U. Frost, 
lieutenant, vice Coleman, promoted; James Rorison, captain, vice 
Alexander, resigned. 

Thirty-eighth brigade of infantry: 
• Charles Thompson, brigadier general, vice (Hugh W.) Dobbin, 
resigned. 

One Hundred and Twenty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

James Brooks, colonel, vice Thompson, promoted; Daniel Scott, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Thompson, promoted. 

CAYUGA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Sixty-seventh regiment of infantry : 

Abner Hollister, colonel, vice Matson, promoted; John McFad- 
den, lieutenant colonel, vice Hollister, promoted; Edward Savery,. 
major, vice McFadden, promoted; Ashbel Culver, quartermaster, 
vice Lyons; Allen Benton, surgeon's mate, vice Jakeway, declined. 

Jonas H. Titus, captain, vice Savary, promoted; Aaron Bayliss, 
lieutenant, vice Titus, promoted. 

Ensigns — David Rockwell, vice Bayliss, promoted; Joel Dutton, 
vice Culver, absent; Philander V. Hollister, vice McNiel, declined; 
Nathaniel C. Ward, vice Ferris, declined. 

TOMPKINS COUNTY. 

Eighty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Andrew DeWitt Bruyn, quartermaster, vice Drake, resigned; 
Josiah Willoughby, major, vice Ellis, resigned. 

Nathan Hemingway, lieutenant; Ira Tillotson, lieutenant, vice 
McDowell, absent; William T. Southworth, ensign, vice Tillotson, 
promoted; Philo Starr, ensign, vice Dates, resigned. 



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cayuga county. 

One Hundred and Ninth regiment of infantry: 

John Hoested, lieutenant colonel, vice Hewitt, disqualified; Lib- 
erty Brown, major, vice Lee, declining-; William Pierce, paymaster, 
vice L. Pierce, resigned. 

Captains — Benjamin Jayne, vice Hoested, promoted; Ezra 
Hough, vice Brown, promoted; Salmon Sharp, vice Curtis, resigned; 
William Draper, vice Watson, resigned; Luther Fuller, vice Lee, 
promoted; Asa Little, vice Cole, resigned; Abijah Allen, vice Sher- 
ley, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Ira Brooks, vice Jayne, promoted; Isaac Honey- 
well, vice Hough, promoted; Howard Harris, vice Sharp, promoted; 
Walter Branch, vice Draper, declined; Samuel Odell, vice Draper, 
promoted: Elijah Austin, vice Briggs, resigned; Henry King, vice 
P. W. Hewitt; Ansel Hooper, vice Spafford, resigned. 

Ensigns — Daniel R. Rooks; Benjamin Phelps; Ira Harding; Wil- 
liam Cherry, vice Branch, promoted; James Miller, junior, vice 
Odell, promoted; Dwight Kellogg; Isaac W. Skinner, vice Atwater, 
resigned; John Stivers. 

One Hundred and Fifty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Henry R. Brinkerhoof, major, vice Parker, resigned; Benjamin 
F. Young, adjutant, vice Van Anden, appointed aide. 

Light Infantry — Lyman Loomis, captain, vice Calkins, re- 
signed; Willard J. Chapin, lieutenant, vice Loomis, promoted; 
David Irish, ensign, vice Chapin, promoted. 

John B. VanMiddlesworth, captain, vice Brinkerhoff, promoted; 
Robert McKelip, lieutenant, vice VanMiddlesworth, promoted; 
Esaias Cortwright, ensign, vice McKelip, promoted; George T. 
Perry, captain, vice Whittlesey, resigned; John Fitch, lieutenant, 
vice Perry, promoted; Stephen Wheaton, lieutenant, vice Collins, 
moved; John H. Bennet, ensign, vice Wheaton, promoted. 



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Abraham Gridley, captain, vice Ammerman, resigned; Joel W. 
Bacon, lieutenant, vice Gridley, promoted; Barker Lovell, ensign, 
vice Bacon, promoted. 

New company — Richard King, captain; Henry Leonard, lieu- 
tenant; Jeremiah B. King, ensign. 

James Crane, lieutenant, vice Norton, resigned; John C. Lewis, 
ensign, vice Crane, promoted; Isaac Shank, lieutenant; Timothy 
Bush, junior, ensign. 

Jonathan Hatch, captain, vice Hunter, declined; William Durgy, 
lieutenant, vice Hatch, promoted. 

Light Infantry — Richard L. Smith, captain; John H. Harden- 
bergh, lieutenant; Joseph S. Colt, ensign. 

Elliot Tyler, lieutenant; John Winchell, ensign. 

Twenty-first regiment of infantry: 

Joshua Hoskins, colonel, vice Thorp, resigned; John Daniels, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Hoskins, promoted; Palmer Hewitt, adjutant, 
vice Thorp, promoted; Josiah Todd, paymaster, vice Tompkins, 
moved; Nathaniel Aspinwall, surgeon's mate, vice White, deceased. 

Major John Richardson's battalion of riflemen: 

Harmon Murfoy, captain; Josiah St. John, lieutenant; Hezekiah 
Eldredge, ensign. 

Seventh regiment of artillery: 

William S. Clark, captain; Henry L. Hewitt, first lieutenant; 
Daniel Lester, junior, second lieutenant. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fifty-sixth regiment of infantry: 
Jacob H. Van Schaick, lieutenant colonel, vice VanBuskirk, 
resigned; Walter DeRidder, major, vice Van Schaick, promoted. 
Jacob Van S. DeRidder, quartermaster, vice Abeel, resigned. 
Curtis Cole, third, captain, vice DeRidder, promoted; Henry W. 



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Northup, lieutenant, vice Cole, promoted; Osburn Wilson, ensign, 
vice Northup, promoted. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

Twenty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Rudolph J. Shoemaker, colonel, vice Bellinger, promoted; John 
Weightman, lieutenant colonel, vice Shoemaker, promoted; Jost 
Bell, major, vice Weightman, promoted. 

Henry Starring, junior, captain, vice Bell, promoted; John Shoe- 
maker, junior, lieutenant, vice Starring, promoted. 

TOMPKINS COUNTY. 

A new brigade organized by the Commander-in-chief compre- 
hending the militia in the county of Tompkins and denominated the 
fiftieth brigade of infantry: 

John Smith, brigadier general; Charles Bingham, brigade major 
and inspector; Andrew DeWitt Bruyn, brigade quartermaster. 

A new regiment organized from part of the militia of the fiftieth 
brigade in the county of Tompkins and denominated the One Hun- 
dred and Eighty-third regiment oi infantry: 

John Johnson, colonel; James Collier, lieutenant colonel; Arthur 
S. Johnson, adjutant; Ira Tillotson, paymaster. 

ULSTER COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Thirtieth regiment of infantry: 

Isaac D. L. Montanye (Delamontagnie), lieutenant, vice Davis, 

resigned; John Shirter, ensign, vice D. L. Montanye, promoted. 
Riflemen — Josiah Hasbrouck, junior, lieutenant, vice Scutt, 

moved; Tamerlane Hine, ensign, vice Hasbrouck, promoted. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Seventy-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Ensigns — Isaac T. Van Wyck, Edward Walter Bartholomew. 



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One Hundred and Sixth regiment of infantry: 

Captains — William R. Bunce, vice Smith, resigned; Joseph R. 
Lynch, vice Piatt, resigned; Robert Hyslop, vice McCall, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Thomas G. Casey, vice Oakley, resigned; William 
M. Black, vice Bunce, promoted; James E. Betts, vice Lynch, pro- 
moted; Luther P. Sargent, vice Hyslop, promoted. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Eleventh regiment of infantry : 

Francis Granger, paymaster, vice Pomeroy, moved. 

Light Infantry — Harris Seymour, captain, vice Ackley, 
resigned; Augustus Sackett, lieutenant, vice Seymour, promoted; 
Daniel Steel, junior, ensign, vice Sackett, promoted. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Second regiment of artillery: 

Majors — Charles Town, vice Codwise, resigned; Timothy Mills, 
vice Town, brigade inspector. 

Captains — Hugh O'Hare, John Benson; Abraham Van Cleef, 
Joseph Shelburgh. 

First lieutenants — Robert Philips, Samuel Craes, Jacob B. Smith, 
Henry Raymond, Andrew Oliver. 

Second lieutenants — William Simpson, George Carroll, Timothy 
Kiker, William W. Boyd. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Third brigade. of cavalry: 

Rensselaer Westerlo, brigadier general, vice (George) Tiffany, 
resigned. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Third regiment of cavalry: 

Harmen Knickerbacker, colonel, vice Westerlo, promoted. 

Barent J. Schermerhorn, first lieutenant, vice Coons, moved; 



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1944 Annual Report of the 

Jacob Mills, second lieutenant, vice Schermerhorn, promoted; Jere- 
miah Sibley, cornet, vice Taylor, declined; Russel Worden, cornet, 
vice Carpenter, resigned. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Fifth regiment of artillery : 

John Stihvell, colonel; James Haliday, lieutenant colonel; Robert 
McMillan, surgeon; Samuel S. Treat, surgeon's mate. 

Captains — Abram T. E. Lansing, James B. Wands. 

First lieutenants — Lewis Campbell, Daniel Alkenbrack. 

George Merifield, second lieutenant. 

One Hundred and Thirty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Robert Dunbar, junior, colonel, vice Fonda, resigned; Stephen 
Van Rensselaer, junior, lieutenant colonel, vice Dunbar, promoted; 
John G. Ruby, major; Andrew D. Lansing, ensign; Thomas J. Gib- 
bons, surgeon. 

One Hundred and Fiftieth regiment of infantry: 

William Loyd, surgeon's mate. 

John Van Waggoner, captain, vice Jacobson, resigned; Peter 
McEwen, captain, vice Moak, moved; Adam Relyea, lieutenant, vice 
Van Waggoner, promoted. 

Ensigns — Peter Ogsbury, vice Jacobson, resigned; Jacob Cough- 
try, vice Warren, promoted; Gerrit A. Oliver, vice Russo, promoted; 
Peter Houyck, vice Sager, promoted. 

OTSEGO COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fifty-first regiment of infantry: 

Willard Coye, colonel, vice Stranahan, resigned; Daniel Cone, 

lieutenant colonel, vice Coye, promoted; David Shaw, junior, major, 

vice Matlier, moved; Lewis Griffin, adjutant vice Bryan, moved; 

Ashbel R. Rockwell, quartermaster, vice Merrethew, moved; Henry 



State Historian. 1945 

Page, paymaster, vice Shaw, promoted; William Lathrop, surgeon's 
mate. 

Captains — Moses G. Benjamin, vice Cone, promoted; Peter Piatt, 
vice Jackson, moved; Moses B. Maxwell, vice Griffin, moved; John 
Smith, vice Fuller, moved. 

Lieutenants — Darius Niles; Andrew Mann, junior, vice Spencer, 
moved; Whiting Bacon, vice Church, moved; Ira Skidmore, vice 
Fairchild, moved. 

Ensigns — Charles S. Rogers, vice Benjamin, promoted; William 
Bushnell, vice Saunders, moved; Ebenezer C. Swift, vice Jackson, 
deceased; Jonathan A. Burdick, vice Smith, promoted; Horace 
Wood, vice Adams, moved. 

» 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Ninth division of infantry: 

Francis Doremus, division inspector; William H. Maxwell, divi- 
sion quartermaster. 

Caleb T. Ward, a colonel. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

Fifteenth brigade of infantry: 

David Hobby, brigadier general, vice Van Cortland, promoted. 

Thirty-third regiment of infantry: 

David Davids, colonel, vice Hobby, promoted; David Palmer, 
surgeon, vice Forbes, moved; Stephen D. Powel, surgeon's mate, 
vice Palmer, promoted; Henry Strang, quartermaster, vice Sniffin, 
resigned. 

John Paulding, junior, captain, vice Baker, promoted; Jesse 
Clark, lieutenant, vice Foshay, moved; Martin Foshay, ensign, vice 
Newman, resigned. 

John Coe, captain, vice Brown, resigned; Nathan Sniffin, lieu- 
tenant, vice Coe, promoted; Lawrence Brown, ensign. 



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1946 Annual Report of the 

Caleb Haight, captain, vice Purdy, resigned; Nicholas Fisher, 
lieutenant, vice Sands, moved; Benjamin Briggs, ensign. 

Henry Saris, captain, vice Connel, resigned; Daniel Merrit, lieu- 
tenant, vice Saris, promoted; William Washburn, ensign. 

Samuel Ward, captain; Jesse Bishop, lieutenant, vice Ward, pro- 
moted; Henry Davids, ensign. 

Isaac Tripp, captain, vice Johnson, resigned; Shadrach Finch, 
lieutenant, vice Tripp, promoted; Allin Hobby, ensign. 

Nehemiah Purdy, captain; Caleb Purdy, lieutenant. 

Ensigns — Caleb Haight, Jacob Halsted, Samuel Fisher. 

One Hundred and Thirty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Theodorus Lent, captain; Caleb Ferris, lieutenant; William 
Briggs, ensign. 

Thirty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Amaziah Mead, major, vice Knox, resigned; David D. Smith, 
paymaster, vice Mead, promoted; James Lockwood, surgeon's mate, 
vice Scribner, moved. 

Captains — Alanson Ferris, vice Holmes, resigned; Samuel Peda- 
rich, vice Mead, promoted; Stephen Holmes, vice Lyon, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Stephen Sarles, vice Holmes, promoted; William 
Mead, vice Purdy, resigned; Daniel Scofield, vice Ayres, moved. 

Ensigns — Alfred Avery, vice Harris, moved; Daniel Woolsey, 
vice Saris, promoted; Horace Baker, vice Pedarich, promoted; Sid- 
ney Stratton, vice Knox, moved. 

Battalion of riflemen in the fifteenth brigade: 

Abraham Leonard, major commandant, vice Baldwin, resigned; 
John J. Ingersol, surgeon; Benjamin E. Haaden, adjutant. 

David R. Hobby, captain; David Hunt, lieutenant; Eden Hunt, 
ensign. 

Lieutenant Colonel (William) Plammond's battalion of light 
infantry: 



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John Sing, captain; John T. Mattocks, lieutenant; Alexander G. 
Anderson, ensign. 

Gilbert Oakley, captain; Alexander McDonald, lieutenant; Joseph 
G. Anderson, ensign. 

Isaac Tyler, captain; Abraham Miller, lieutenant; Arden Mills, 
ensign. 

Caleb Gidney, captain; James Worden, lieutenant; Samuel C. 
Brown, ensign. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Second regiment of cavalry: 

Moses Crawford, colonel, vice Westcott, resigned; Cornelius T. 
Blauvelt, lieutenant colonel, vice Crawford, promoted; Nathaniel 
Hill, major, vice Blauvelt, promoted. 

Adam Dickerson, captain, vice Hill, promoted; Andrew Bevier, 
first lieutenant, vice Dickerson, promoted; Daniel Tuthill, second 
lieutenant, vice Bevier, promoted; Marvel G. Haight, cornet. 

Nathaniel Dubois, first lieutenant, vice Belknap, moved; James 
Hunt, second lieutenant, vice Dolsen, resigned; Lewis D. Lockwood, 
cornet, vice Dubois, promoted. 

Elisha Heacock, captain, vice Caulkin, moved; William Dunn, 
first lieutenant; Oliver H. Caulkin, second lieutenant; Heman 
Malory, cornet. 

Remsen Verbryck, second lieutenant; Cornelius J. Blauvelt, cornet. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Seventh regiment of artillery: 

William Shattick, captain, vice Prentiss, moved; Samuel Miller, 
junior, first lieutenant; James P. Bartle, second lieutenant. 

A new battalion of riflemen organized in the thirty-ninth brigade 
of infantry: 

William Bacon, major commandant. 



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1948 Annual Report of the 

James Cowles, captain, vice Bacon, promoted; Chauncey Good- 
rich, lieutenant, vice Cowles, promoted; Timothy Lyon, ensign. 

DUTCHESS COUNTY. 

Second brigade of artillery: 

Thomas J. Oakley, brigade quartermaster. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Tenth regiment of artillery: 
William Mulliner, lieutenant colonel. 

Jason W. Rogers, captain; Joseph H. Dill, first lieutenant; Moses 
Ely, adjutant. 

GREENE COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Sixteenth regiment of infantry: 

Harry Hosford, quartermaster, vice Glading, resigned; Daniel 
Rowley, paymaster, vice Gosley, declined. 

Captains — Jacob Sales; Lemon Prichard, vice Parmer, declined; 
Jeremiah Miller, vice Robertson, resigned; Benjamin Kinsley, vice 
Hamilton, resigned; Joel Peck, vice Ford, resigned; Wyllys Hosford, 
vice Holcomb, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Martin Hanor, vice Sales, promoted; David John- 
ston, junior, vice Hosford, promoted; William Stimson, vice Lewis, 
declined; Clark Fuller; Benjamin McGregor, vice Prichard, pro- 
moted; Samuel Atwater, vice Peck, promoted; John L. Decker, vice 
Kinsley, promoted. 

Ensigns — Orrin Johnson; Jacob Christler, vice Hanor, promoted; 
Norman Tickney, vice Peck, promoted; Abraham Rowley; Benja- 
min Mabin, vice Rowley, promoted; Lemuel Stimson; Benjamin 
Davenport, vice Decker, promoted; John Parker, vice Hosford, 
promoted. 

Forty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Piatt Adams, colonel, vice Post, resigned; Simeon Reynolds, lieu- 



State Historian. 1949 

tenant colonel, vice Adams, promoted; Frederick Plank, major; 
John Wildie, adjutant, vice Chapman, resigned; Daniel D. Howe, 
quartermaster, vice Wildie, promoted. 

Harvey Chittenden, captain, vice Plank, promoted. 

Lieutenants — Stephen Scoville, vice Chittenden, promoted; Wil- 
liam Darby; Alfred Lockwood; John McKinch, vice Thompson, 
resigned. 

Ensigns — Samuel Baldwin, vice Scoville, promoted; Abel Avery; 
Dayton Cook, vice Darby, promoted; Benjamin Townsend; Peter 
Schermerhorn, vice McKinch, promoted; John Green. 

Sixth regiment of infantry : 

Captains — John Spoor, vice Groon, promoted; Anthony C. 
Houghtailing, vice Vanderzee, resigned; John Jenkins, vice Rosa,, 
resigned. 

Lieutenants — William Van Hoesen, vice Spoor, promoted; Wil- 
liam Requa, vice Van Slyck, resigned; William Bliss, vice Jenkins, 
promoted; Isaac McCagg. 

Ensigns — Andrew Van Buskirk, vice VanHoesen, promoted; 
Jonathan Miller; Anthony M. VanBergen, vice Houghtailing, pro- 
moted; Robert Bulles, vice Bliss, promoted; Michael Bronk. 

DELAWARE COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Seventy-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Otis Preston, colonel, vice Grant, resigned; Noah Dimmick, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Preston, promoted; Heman Landon, major, vice 
Grant, resigned; Peter S. Freer, quartermaster, vice More, resigned. 

Eli Mead, captain, vice Landon, promoted; Hyman R. Scoon- 
maker, lieutenant, vice Mead, promoted; Sylvanus H. Canfield, 
ensign, vice Scoonmaker, promoted. 

Edward W. Burhans, captain, vice More, resigned; Henry C. 
Ryer, lieutenant, vice Burhans, promoted; Liberty Preston, ensign, 



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1950 Annual Report of the 

vice Benjamin, moved; Daniel Robinson, ensign, vice Berry, 
declined. 

Riflemen — Moses Barber, captain; Daniel D. Andrews, lieutenant; 
David S. Bouton, ensign. 

William Dean, captain, vice Dimmick, promoted; James Dumond, 
lieutenant, vice Dean, promoted; Norman Kelly, ensign, vice 
Dumond, promoted. 

Seventieth regiment of infantry: 

Thomas B. Whitmarsh, surgeon, vice Bryan, moved; (Thomas) 
Handford, surgeon's mate. 

Alexander Johnson, captain, vice Newman, resigned; Jared Web- 
ster, lieutenant, vice Johnson, promoted; Jonathan Silliman, ensign, 
vice Webster, promoted; William Frisbee, lieutenant, vice Robin- 
son, moved; Elihu C. Cheeps, ensign, vice Frisbee, promoted; 
Thomas L. Landon, lieutenant; James Colter, ensign; Eli Bagley, 
lieutenant; Elisha Williams, junior, ensign. 

Major John H. Gregory's battalion of infantry: 

Ezra May, captain, vice Knight, resigned; James Miller, lieutenant. 

Nathan W. Williams, captain light infantry, vice Smith, resigned; 
Daniel Hunter, junior, lieutenant do; James Hitt, ensign do. 

CORTLAND COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Twenty-fourth regiment of infantry: 
Riflemen — William Parker, captain; James Burgess, lieutenant; 
Alanson Carley, ensign; Solomon Baker, junior, lieutenant. 

DI'TCHESS COUNTY. 

Twentieth brigade of infantry: 

John Brush, brigadier general, vice Tallmaclge, promoted. 

Eighty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

James Dodge, captain; Nathaniel P. Tallmadge, quartermaster; 



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Philip Nagle, lieutenant; Joshua Bishop, ensign; Thomas L. Davies, 
ensign. 

Twenty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Walter Husted, adjutant; John M. Wheeler, paymaster. 

Captains — Hersey Dakin, William Morehouse, Robert Mitchell, 
William Balis. 

Lieutenants — William Sherwood, Joel Denton, junior, Oliver E. 
Chamberlin, Leonard Husted. 

Ensigns — William Morgan, Ambrose T. Gray, William Stevens, 
Epaphroditus Taylor. 

One Hundred and Forty-first regiment of infantry : 

John Webb, lieutenant colonel; John Van Vleet, major. 

Captains — George Crapser, Solomon Van Wagner. 

Lieutenants — Smith Rowland, Samuel Bates. 

Philip Sleght, ensign. 

OTSEGO COUNTY. 

Eleventh regiment of cavalry: 

Ezra Dean, lieutenant colonel; Joseph T. Gilbert, major; David L. 
Sayre, adjutant; Aaron Richards, quartermaster; Peter Gilchrist, 
paymaster. 

Abraham Gardner, captain; Samuel Cooley, first lieutenant; 
Thomas Hoag, second lieutenant; Tared Gorton, cornet. 

Dyer Ransom, captain; Selah Havens, first lieutenant; Reuben 
Allen, second lieutenant; Daniel Basinger, cornet. 

Eli Dimock, captain; Almerin Badcock, first lieutenant; Amos B. 
Graves, second lieutenant; Truman Burnet, cornet. 

Jared Allen, captain; John C. Marvin, first lieutenant; Clark Davi- 
son, second lieutenant; John Kellogg, cornet. 

Edward Thorp, captain; Samuel Cotten, first lieutenant; Richard 
Morris, second lieutenant; Isaac Skidmore, cornet. 



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Suel Spalding, captain; Isaac Angell, first lieutenant; Isaac Gates, 
second lieutenant. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Sixth regiment of artillery: 

Benjamin Read, junior, first lieutenant; James Stitt, junior, second 
lieutenant. 

ESSEX COUNTY. 

Isaac Jones, captain; William Cooley, first lieutenant; Joseph Call, 
second lieutenant. 

CAYUGA COUNTY. 

Thirteenth regiment of cavalry: 

Henry Porter, captain, vice Tuttle, resigned; Stephen Child, first 
lieutenant; William H. Brown, second lieutenant; Levi Lewis, 
cornet. 

DUTCHESS COUNTY. 

Fourth regiment of artillery: 

Leonard Thompson, major. 

John F. Bartlett, surgeon; Peter Ryfenburgh, junior, adjutant. 

William Van Alstyne, captain; James G. Husted, first lieutenant; 
Henry N. Bonesteel, second lieutenant; Jethrow Husted, second 
lieutenant. 

John B. Lathan, first lieutenant; George Reynolds, second 
lieutenant. 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

Twelfth regiment of cavalry: 

Silas C. Fergo, captain; Samuel Ewell, second lieutenant; Simeon 
Kellogg, second lieutenant; Simeon R. Glasier, first lieutenant; Ira 
Jenkins, cornet; Oswald Williams, cornet. 

SENECA COUNTY. 

Tenth regiment of cavalry: 

Ephraim Kinney, captain; Elias Smith, first lieutenant; John B. 
Seclv, second lieutenant; James Swartwout, cornet. 



State Historian. 1953 

herkimer county. 
Sixth regiment of cavalry: 

Jesse Campbell, captain; Charles Fox, first lieutenant; Lester 
Noble, second lieutenant; Orion Roso, cornet. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

Ezekiel Johnson, captain; Eli Hatchkens, first lieutenant; Miles 
Johnson, second lieutenant; Harvey Loomis, cornet. 

CAYUGA COUNTY. 

Major John Richardson's battalion of riflemen: 

William Hance, captain; John C. Egberts, lieutenant; Joseph Mil- 
ler, ensign. 

Harlow Phelps, captain; Nathan Allen, lieutenant; Samuel Strong, 
ensign. 

John Robbins, lieutenant; David Hurd, ensign. 

New company — Roswell Enos, captain; Asa Culver, lieutenant; 
Jeremiah V. R. Perkins, ensign. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Eighty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Nicholas Hansen, quartermaster, vice Erwin, resigned. 

John O. Cole, captain, vice Best, moved. 

Lieutenants — Jacob Lansing, vice Cole, promoted; Welcome 
Esleek, vice Skinner, declined; John M. Willard, vice Boynton, 
declined. 

Ensigns — Samuel A. Van Vechten, vice Lansing, promoted; 
Palmer C. Dorr, vice Eesleck, promoted; Francis J. Marvin, vice 
Willard, promoted; John T. Shumway, vice Knowlson, declined. 

SCHOHARIE COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Thirteenth regiment of infantry: 

Reuben Carter, captain, vice Moyer, moved; Stephen Huff, lieu- 
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tenant, vice Carter, promoted; David Eldridge, ensign, vice Huff, 
promoted. 

Cornelius N. Van Alstine, captain, vice Malik, resigned; John 
Scott, lieutenant, vice Van Alstyne, promoted; Martinus Van Slyck, 
ensign, vice Scott, promoted. 

Riflemen — Henry Hawley, captain, vice Hyde, moved; Joseph B. 
Morford, lieutenant, vice Hawley, promoted; Johan Jost Becker, 
ensign, vice Morford, promoted. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fifty-fifth regiment of infantry: 
Adam Yates, colonel, vice Adams, resigned; William L. Marcy, 
lieutenant colonel, vice (Benjamin) Higbie, deceased; Jacob P. Bar- 
ringer, major, vice Marcy, promoted. 

John P. Barringer, captain, vice Barringer, promoted; Rinier Van 
Every, lieutenant, vice Barringer, promoted; Luther Childs, ensign, 
vice Van Every, promoted. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Twelfth regiment of cavalry: 

William Frost, captain; Hiram Terry, first lieutenant; Solomon 
Frost, second lieutenant; Erasmus T. Cummings, cornet; Edward 
Sawyer, cornet. 

STATE. 
ALBANY COUNTY. 

Solomon Van Rensselaer is appointed adjutant general of this 
State. 

Anthony Lamb is appointed commissary general of this State. 

GREENE COUNTY. 

Moses I. Cantine is appointed judge advocate general of this 
State. 



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ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Jacob Dox is appointed commissary of the seventh division of 
infantry of this State. 

ESSEX COUNTY. 

David B. McNiel is appointed commissary of the third division of 
infantry of this State. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Charles K. Gardner is appointed commissary of the division of 
artillery, to reside in the city of New York. 

Resolved, that James E. A. Masters be and he hereby is j 1 ^ 

15. 

appointed commissary of the fifth division of infantry, to have 
charge of the arsenals at Rome, Watertown and Russell and the 
military stores therein. 

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Fortieth brigade of infantry: j„ n 3 e 

David B. McNeil, brigade judge advocate. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Thirty-fifth brigade of infantry: 
David Woods, brigade judge advocate. 

CLINTON COUNTY. 

Third division of infantry: 

Benjamin H. Mooers, division inspector. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

Twenty-first brigade of infantry: 
Jabez Fox, brigade judge advocate. 

SCHOHARIE COUNTY. 

Twenty-eighth brigade of infantry: 
John Swart, brigade judge advocate. 



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1956 Annual Report of the 

orange county. 

Thirty-fourth brigade of infantry: 

Thomas McKisock, junior, brigade judge advocate; Nathaniel 
Tooker, brigade paymaster; James M. Gardiner, assistant hospital 
surgeon. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Eighty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Harmanus Wendell, junior, paymaster, with rank from May 9, 
1816. 

SCHENECTADY AND SARATOGA COUNTIES. 

Fourteenth brigade of infantry (to comprehend the militia in the 
county of Schenectady and the Thirty-second and One Hundred and 
Forty-fourth regiments in the county of Saratoga) : 

Guert Van Schoonhoven, brigadier general. 

SCHENECTADY COUNTY. 

Nicholas F. Beck, brigade judge advocate. 

SARATOGA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Forty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Samuel Stewart, colonel, vice Van Schoonhoven, promoted ; Sam- 
uel Demarest, lieutenant colonel, vice Stewart, promoted: William 
Neff, junior, major, vice Demarest, promoted. 

John L. Yiele, quartermaster, vice Vandenbergh, moved. 

Solomon Fliggins, captain, vice Neff, promoted; Orman Doty, 
lieutenant, vice Fliggins, promoted; Nicholas Johnson, ensign, vice 
Doty, promoted. 

LEWIS COUNTY. 

Forty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

John Ives, junior, major, vice Talmadge, moved. 

Light Infantry — Henry Graves, captain, vice Ives, promoted; 

David Pitcher, lieutenant, vice Graves, promoted; Eli Rogers, junior, 

ensign, vice Pitcher, promoted. 



State Historian. 1957 

Twenty-sixth brigade of infantry: 

Daniel Wardwell, brigade judge advocate: 

CHENANGO COUNTY. 

Battalion of infantry in the county of Chenango commanded by 
Major Daniel Root: 

Henry Coggeshall, second major, vice Catlin, resigned; David 
McWhorter, surgeon. 

Elihu B. Pulford, captain, vice S. Pulford, resigned; Eneas 
Thompson, captain; Elisha Catlin, junior, lieutenant, vice E. B. Pul- 
ford, promoted. 

Ensigns — Selick Fairchild, vice Catlin, promoted; Nathan Brown, 
junior, vice Fenton, resigned; Russell Steward, vice Livermore, 
exempted. 

William Crumb, lieutenant; Palmer Crumb, ensign. 

Lodowick Weaver, junior, captain, vice' Coggeshall, promoted; 
David Fargo, lieutenant, vice Weaver, promoted; Harris Coates, 
ensign, vice Fargo, promoted; Orlando Jones, ensign of light infan- 
try, vice Catlin, promoted. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Second division of infantry: 

Gilbert Ogden Fowler, division inspector. 

ULSTER COUNTY. 

Abraham Bruyn Hasbrouck, division paymaster. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Charles Miller, division hospital surgeon. 

ULSTER COUNTY. 

Charles H. Ruggles, division judge advocate. 



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albany county. 

One Hundred and Tenth regiment of infantry: 

William Sherman, lieutenant colonel, vice Martin, resigned; John 
McCarty, major, vice Vanderzee, resigned. 

Barent Moll, captain, vice Ten Eyck, resigned; Tobias Ten Eyck 
YValdron, lieutenant, vice Van Antwerp, moved; Robert Martin, 
ensign, vice Moll, promoted. 

George Copeland, captain, vice Springsteed, moved; George 
Mosher, lieutenant, vice Copeland, promoted; Henry Y. Schoon- 
maker, ensign, vice Mosher, promoted; Moses Stephens, lieutenant, 
vice Airs, resigned, and Rose, moved. 

Zebulon Lee, captain, vice Tompkins, moved; Benjamin Chamber, 
lieutenant, vice Bennett, resigned; Charles McMullen, ensign, vice 
Widbeck, promoted. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Eighth brigade of infantry: 

Joachim P. Staats, brigade paymaster. 

Forty-third regiment of infantry: 

Braddum Yale, colonel, vice Kittle, resigned; Cornelius Beekman, 
lieutenant colonel; Henry Vandenburgh, major. 

John Blaney, captain, with rank from April 6, 181 5. 

One Hundred and Fifty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

James Ladue, captain; David Butler, junior, lieutenant; Alexander 
B. Converse, ensign. 

Eighty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Light Infantry — Nathan Xolton, junior, captain, vice Lewis, 
moved; John W. Reynolds, lieutenant, vice Nolton, promoted; 
Ebenezer Matteson, ensign, vice Reynolds, promoted. 



State Historian. 1959 

dutchess county. 

Twentieth brigade of infantry: 

Joseph H. Cunningham, brigade major and inspector, vice Rudd, 
promoted; Archibald Smith, brigade paymaster; Cornelius Aller- 
ton, assistant hospital surgeon. 

Eighty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Randall S. Street, colonel, vice Brush, promoted; Henry A. Liv- 
ingston, lieutenant colonel, vice Street, promoted; Harry Cooke, 
major, vice Livingston, promoted; Nathaniel Ferris, adjutant, vice 
Cunningham, promoted; Henry Conklin, quartermaster, vice Tall- 
madge, promoted; James Hooker, paymaster, vice Davis, promoted; 
John Barnes, surgeon, vice Cooper, promoted; John S. Perlee, sur- 
geon's mate, vice Barnes, promoted. 

Captains — Walter Cunningham, vice Cooke, promoted; Baron S. 
Hutchins, vice Baker, resigned; James Dodge, vice Bragaw, 
resigned. 

Lieutenants — Charles P. Barnum, vice Cunningham, promoted; 
William B. Mott, vice Hutchins, promoted; Philip Nagle, vice 
Dodge, promoted. 

Ensigns — Richard Nelson, vice Perlee, promoted; Abraham J. 
Shultz, vice Mott, promoted; Abraham Ennis, junior, vice Bos- 
worth, moved; Daniel W. Williams, vice Phillips, moved; Joshua 
Bishop, vice Nagle, promoted; William Ostrom, vice Haight, moved; 
David Brooks, junior, vice Ferris, promoted. 

One Hundred and Eleventh regiment of infantry: 

Abraham Vanderhoff , colonel, vice Stewart, moved ; George Lam- 
bert, junior, lieutenant colonel, vice Vanderhoff, promoted ; John J. 
Martin, major, vice Lambert, promoted; John Uhl, paymaster, vice 
Cox, moved; David Delamater, surgeon's mate. 

Captains — GrifHn Storey, vice Martin, resigned; Charles North- 



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i960 Annual Report of the 

rop, vice Fish, resigned; Michael S. Martin, vice J. J. Martin, pro- 
moted; Philip G. Ring, vice Vanwagoner, resigned. 

Lieutenants — James German, vice Storey, promoted; John L. 
Knickerbacker, vice Northrop, promoted; Jacob J. Barreger, vice 
Bonesteel, moved; Jacob Boert, lieutenant light infantry, vice 
McCarty, resigned; Peter R. Ostrom, vice Ring, promoted; Sebas- 
tian Brown, vice Uhl, paymaster. 

Ensigns — Benjamin Conger, vice German, promoted; Frederick 
F. Ham, vice Knickerbacker, promoted; William Waldorph, vice 
Berreger, promoted; Frederick Teal, ensign light infantry, vice 
Boert, promoted; John Elsifer, vice Ostrom, promoted; John Davis, 
vice Brown, promoted. 

Twenty-ninth regiment of infantry : 

Israel Harris, colonel, vice Wheeler, resigned; Elijah Clark, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Harris, promoted; Eben Wheeler, major, vice 
Clark, promoted. 

John H. Conklin, captain, vice Wheeler, promoted; Solomon 
Wheeler, lieutenant, vice Conklin, promoted; Alanson Culver, 
ensign, vice Sheldon, moved; John M. Wheeler, ensign, vice Hamb- 
lin, moved. 

Fourth regiment of. artillery: 

Leonard Thompson, lieutenant colonel, vice Bonesteel, moved. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Ninety-seventh regiment of infantry: 

William Clarkson, ensign. 

One Hundred and Twenty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Captains — Lewis St. John, vice Jennings, moved; Sturges 
Sprague, vice Banks, resigned; Thomas Williams, vice Phelps, 
resigned. 

Lieutenants — Samuel G. Raymond, vice St. John, promoted; 



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Robert Lawrence, vice Sprague, promoted; David C. Colden, vice 
Williams, promoted. 

Ensigns — John P. Brasher, vice Colden, promoted; Richard 
Varick Dey. 

First brigade of artillery : 

John W. Mulligan, brigade judge advocate; James L. Brincker- 
hoff, brigade paymaster. 

Ninth regiment of artillery: 

Captains — Stephen Peck, vice Clock, resigned; Mathew Daniel, 
junior, vice Morehouse, resigned; Marcus Wilbur, vice Cooper, 
promoted. 

Andrew Surre, first lieutenant, vice Wilbur, promoted; Ephraim 
L. Whitlock, first lieutenant, vice Daniel, promoted; Abraham M. 
Feltus, second lieutenant, vice Surre, promoted. 

Fourteenth regiment of artillery: 

New company — David Leavitt, captain; Isaac Jones, junior, first 
lieutenant; Joseph G. Peters, second lieutenant. 

Second regiment of artillery: 

Daniel Baehr, colonel, vice Horn, resigned; Charles Town, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Baehr, promoted. 

Captains — Henry Raymond; Andrew Oliver, vice Mills, pro- 
moted; Robert F. Manley. 

First lieutenants — Jeremiah Cooper, vice Oliver, promoted; Wil- 
liam W. Boyd, vice Manley, promoted. 

Eleventh regiment of artillery: 

Frost Thorn, second lieutenant, vice Hyslop, promoted. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Seventeenth brigade of infantry: 

Joseph B. Lathrop, brigade judge advocate; Samuel Everts, bri- 
gade major and inspector. 



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1962 Annual Report of the 

albany county. 

One Hundred and Fiftieth regiment of infantry: 

Staats Sager, colonel, vice (Garret P.) Van Wie, deceased; Joseph 
Moak, lieutenant colonel, vice Sager, promoted; Gerrit Hogen, 
major, vice Moak, promoted; Gerrit T. Vandenburgh, adjutant, vice 
Wain, resigned; Thomas Lord, surgeon's mate. 

James Callenan, captain, vice Hogen, promoted; Henry Winney, 
lieutenant, vice Callenan, promoted; William R. Hilton, ensign. 

Francis Ruso, captain, vice Haswell, resigned; Gerrit A. Oliver, 
lieutenant, vice Ruso, promoted; Robert Hall, ensign. 

Christian Ableman, captain, vice McKown, resigned; Gershem 
Hungerford, lieutenant, vice Ableman, promoted; Henry Torbeck, 
ensign. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Seventy-fifth regiment of infantry: 

James S. Clark, adjutant, vice York, absent. 

One Hundred and Sixth regiment of infantry: 

Ensigns — Jacob R. LeRoy, vice Anderson, promoted; William H. 
LeRoy, vice Ditmis, promoted; James J. Tredwell, vice Casey, 
promoted. 

William S. Bunce, captain, with rank from April 24, 1818. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Sixteenth brigade of infantry: 

James B. Gibson, brigade judge advocate. 

One Hundred and Fifty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Charles Ingals, paymaster, vice Moore, resigned. 

STEUBEN COUNTY. 

First brigade of infantry: 

William B. Rochester, brigade judge advocate. 



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1818. 
DUTCHESS COUNTY. 

Thirtieth brigade of infantry: 

Ransom Holloway, brigade paymaster; David Howland, assistant 
hospital surgeon; Walker Todd, brigade judge advocate. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Division of cavalry: 

William A. Duer, division judge advocate. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Robert Ray, division quartermaster. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

James L'Amoureux, division paymaster. 

Third brigade of cavalry: 

Daniel P. Clark brigade quartermaster, vice King, promoted; 
John S. Walsh, brigade paymaster; Absalom Townsend, brigade 
judge advocate. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Eighth brigade of infantry: 

Samuel Cheever, brigade judge advocate. 

John Deforest, junior, a colonel. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

In the militia of this State: 

Matthew Trotter, a major general. 

Thirty-first brigade of infantry: 

Erastus Williams, brigade inspector, vice Elliott, promoted; John 
S. Van Rensselaer, brigade judge advocate; Christopher Y. Lansing, 
brigade paymaster. 

Third brigade of artillery: 

Gerrit V. Denniston, brigade paymaster. 



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1964 Annual Report of the 

new york county. 
Forty-fifth brigade of infantry: 

John W. Jarvis, brigade paymaster; Charles Watts, brigade 
judge advocate. 

Tenth brigade of infantry : 

James Stoughton, brigade judge advocate. 

Forty-fourth brigade of infantry: 

Peter Wilson, junior, brigade judge advocate. 

ROCKLAND COUNTY. 

Twenty-ninth brigade of infantry : 
John T. Smith, brigade judge advocate. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

Fifteenth brigade of infantry: 

Aaron W r ard, brigade judge advocate. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Fifth regiment of artillery: 

Francis M. Southwick, paymaster, vice Denniston, promoted. 

DUTCHESS COUNTY. 

Fourth regiment of cavalry: 

Tobias L. DeCantillon, lieutenant colonel, vice Sill, resigned; 
Gilbert B. Noxon, major, vice DeCantillon, promoted; Elnathan 
Haxton, paymaster, vice Monfort, promoted; Lewis Leonard chap- 
lain; Egbert Cary, surgeon, vice Tomlinson; Frederick Quitman, 
surgeon's mate, vice Cary, promoted. 

Captains — Isaac B. Clapp, vice Noxon, promoted; John L. Gibbs, 
vice Lusk, resigned. 

First lieutenants — Elmore Noxon, vice Potter, resigned; Jacob 
Weekes, vice Gibbs, promoted; Benjamin A. Vredenburgh, vice 
Stoutenburgh, resigned. 



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Second lieutenants — William Vincent, vice E. Noxon, promoted; 
Wanton Hoxie, vice Weekes, promoted; Henry Benner, vice 
Vredenburgh. 

Cornets — Zebulon Ross, vice Vincent, promoted; Samuel B. Dut- 
ton, vice Hoxie, promoted; John H. Heermance, vice Benner, 
promoted. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

Twelfth regiment of infantry: 

Abraham Acker, captain, with rank from July 8, 1816. 

Thirty-third regiment of infantry: 

Stephen D. Powell, surgeon, vice Palmer, promoted. 

One Hundred and Thirty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Jeremiah D. Fowler, surgeon, vice Fowler, transferred to cavalry. 

Peter Goetchius, junior, lieutenant; Peter Corne Dyckman, ensign. 

Eleventh division of infantry : 

William Sacket, hospital surgeon. 

Fifteenth brigade of infantry: 

David Palmer, assistant hospital surgeon. 

OTSEGO COUNTY. 

Seventh regiment of infantry: 

William H. Smith, captain; Arnold B. Tompkins, lieutenant; 
Andrew Burnen (Burnesen), ensign; Simeon J. Andrews, ensign. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Fiftieth regiment of infantry: 

Alfred Freeman, surgeon's mate, vice Porter, moved. 

Daniel C. Root, lieutenant, vice A. Crookshank, moved; William 
McClellan, second, ensign, vice Root, promoted; Josiah Reab, lieu- 
tenant, vice Freeman, moved; John J. Steel, ensign, vice Tomb, 
moved. 



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1966 Annual Report of the 

One Hundred and Fourteenth regiment of infantry: 

John L. Wendell, lieutenant colonel, vice Stone, resigned; Thomas 
Scott, major, vice Wendell, promoted. 

Joel Rich, captain, vice Scott, promoted; Edmund Wells, third, 
lieutenant, vice Rich, promoted; Samuel Cooper, ensign, vice Wells, 
promoted. 

John M. Cowan, captain, vice Wendell, moved; John A. Skellie, 
lieutenant, vice Duel, declining; John Shiland, third, ensign, vice 
Cowan, promoted; John Moor, ensign, vice D. Moor, moved. 

ESSEX, CLINTON AND FRANKLIN COUNTIES. 

New regiment of cavalry organized from the troops in the coun- 
ties of Essex, Clinton and Franklin and to be denominated the Fif- 
teenth regiment of cavalry: 

Theodorus Ross, colonel. 

SARATOGA, WASHINGTON AND WARREN COUNTIES. 

Seventh regiment of cavalry (composed of the troops in Saratoga, 
Washington and Warren counties) : 

John Williams, colonel, vice Reynolds, resigned; Ralph Clark, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Williams, promoted; Noah Vibbard, major, 
vice (Nicholas) Emigh, resigned. 

SARATOGA COUNTY. 

Lyons Emerson, captain, vice Reynolds, resigned; Samuel Win- 
chester, first lieutenant, vice Emerson, promoted; Reed Lewis, 
second lieutenant, vice Winchester, promoted; Selden Emerson, 
cornet, vice Lewis, promoted. 

Jeremiah Reynolds, captain, vice Sayles, resigned; Ladewis Veley, 
first lieutenant, vice Rundale; Isaac Newton, second lieutenant, vice 
Veley, promoted; James Montgomery, cornet, vice Newton, pro- 
moted. 



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WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

ft 

Robert McClelland, junior, captain, vice Crookshank, resigned; 
Chester Farnam, first lieutenant; Jesse Day, second lieutenant; John 
Parish, cornet. 

Seth Sprague, captain, vice Safford, resigned; Calvin Rood, first 
lieutenant; James Parker, second lieutenant; Joseph Hanks, cornet. 

ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY. 

Forty-ninth brigade of infantry: 

George N. Seymour, brigade inspector; Levi Gilbert, brigade 
quartermaster; David R. Strachan, brigade paymaster; Frederick 
Atwater, brigade judge advocate; Joseph W. Smith, assistant hos- 
pital surgeon. 

One Hundred and Twenty-third regiment of infantry: 

John W. Cleghorn, adjutant, vice Seymour, promoted; Henry 
Foot, quartermaster, vice Gilbert, promoted; Ezra P. Prentice, pay- 
master, vice Strachan, promoted; John Seeley, surg'eon, vice Smith, 
promoted; Pliny Goddard, surgeon's mate, vice Seeley, promoted. 

Light Infantry — Piatt B. Fairchild, captain; Alexander Rich- 
ards, junior, lieutenant; Samuel Gordon, ensign. 

ONONDAGA AND MADISON COUNTIES. 

New regiment of artillery organized from part of the Twelfth 
regiment and to consist of the companies in the counties of Onon- 
daga and Madison and to be denominated Fifteenth regiment of 
artillery : 

Artemas Ellis, colonel; Samuel Sizer, junior, lieutenant colonel; 
Benjamin Wilber, major; Oliver Allen, adjutant; Robert M. Weller, 
quartermaster; Henry M. Graves, paymaster. 

Captains — Samuel W. Osgood, William Johnson, John Chapman, 
Jonathan D. Ledyard. 



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1968 Annual Report of the 

First lieutenants — Peter Warren, Rufus Allen, Ozen Blodget. 
Second lieutenants — Joseph Anderson, Gideon Wright. 

CORTLAND, CHENANGO AND BROOME COUNTIES. 

New regiment of artillery organized from part of the Twelfth 
regiment consisting of the companies in the counties of Cortland, 
Chenango and Broome and to be denominated the Sixteenth regi- 
ment of artillery: 

Benajah Tubbs, colonel; Mason Whiting, lieutenant colonel; 
Daniel Shumway, major. 

Lorin Blodget, captain; Simon G. Throop, captain; Stephen 
Storey, first lieutenant; Washington G. Parker, second lieutenant; 
Samuel Wheeler, first lieutenant; Solomon Curtis, junior, second 
lieutenant. 

CHENANGO COUNTY. 

David G. Bright, captain; Nathan Chamberlin, first lieutenant; 
David Buttolph, second lieutenant. 

BROOME COUNTY. 

Mason Wattles, captain, vice Bosworth, resigned; Otis S. Hollin- 
beck, first lieutenant; William Wattles, second lieutenant; David 
Curtis, first lieutenant, vice Sacket, resigned; Zebediah Tracy, second 
lieutenant, vice Sherburne, disabled. 

Horace Williston, captain, vice Whiting; Henry T. Shipman, first 
lieutenant; James Squires, second lieutenant. 

OTSEGO COUNTY. 

Twelfth regiment of artillery (consisting of the companies in the 
county of Otsego): 

Seth Chace, lieutenant colonel; John Y. Gilbert, major; Thaddeus 
Brooks, surgeon; Henry Phinney, adjutant; Thomas Taylor, quar- 
termaster; Allen Jordan, paymaster. 



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Benjamin Dixon, captain; Ziba Burch, captain; Hiram Dayton, 
first lieutenant; James Robinson, second lieutenant. 

Avery Thompson, captain, vice Hudson; Paul Havens, first lieu- 
tenant; James H. Baley, second lieutenant, vice Havens, promoted; 
John Derthick, first lieutenant, vice Thayer, moved; John Luce, 
second lieutenant; Lemuel Houghton, second lieutenant. 

John Harris, captain; Roswell Randall, first lieutenant. 

NIAGARA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Seventieth legiment of infantry: 
New light infantry company, vice (Captain James) Husted's com- 
pany, disbanded — Samuel Cotten, captain; William Bliff, lieutenant; 
Zenas Smith, ensign. 

OTSEGO COUNTY. 

Second regiment of infantry: 

John Shaw, quartermaster, vice Higbie, resigned. 
New rifle company — William Fitch, captain; John Doolittle, lieu- 
tenant; Chester Wright, ensign. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

Ninetieth regiment of infantry: 

Jost Petrie, lieutenant colonel, vice Green, resigned; Russel Hine, 
major, vice Petrie, promoted; Thomas Buchanan, paymaster, vice 
Kieth, resigned. 

Hezekiah Wilbor, captain, vice Hine, promoted; Henry Bennett, 
lieutenant, vice Wilbor, promoted. 

Daniel C. Henderson, captain. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Eleventh brigade of infantry: 

Joseph Packard, brigade quartermaster; Howland Fish, brigade 
judge advocate; Joshua Webster, assistant hospital surgeon. 
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1970 Annual Report of the 

tompkins county. 

Fiftieth brigade of infantry: 

Daniel White, brigade paymaster; Ben Johnson, brigade judge 
advocate; George W. Phillips, assistant hospital surgeon. 

One Hundred and Eighty-third regiment of infantry: 

William Butler, quartermaster, vice Drake, resigned; John C. 
Hayt, surgeon; John W. Phillips, surgeon's mate. 

William T. Southworth, captain, vice Johnson, promoted; Thomas 
Downing, lieutenant, vice McDowell, resigned; Isaac S. Smith, 
ensign, vice Tillotson, promoted. 

Seventh regiment of artillery : 

Henry Ackley, captain, vice Collins, resigned; Isaac Beers, first 
lieutenant, vice Johnson, promoted; William P. Burdick, second 
lieutenant, vice Beers, promoted. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Eighty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Robert Elliot, colonel, vice S.Visscher, resigned; Gerrit LeGrange y 
lieutenant colonel, vice Lush, resigned; Benjamin Van Benthuysen, 
major, vice LaGrange, promoted. 

Captains — Harman V. Hart, vice Van Benthuysen, promoted; 
Nicholas N. Quackenboss, junior, vice Waring, resigned; Henry 
Loucks, vice Lansing, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Walter D. Herrick, vice Hart, promoted; Jesse C. 
Young, vice Quackenboss, promoted; Chauncey Whitney, vice 
Ludlow, moved; Samuel A. Van Vechten, vice Loucks, promoted. 

Ensigns — Richard Van Rensselaer, vice Herrick, promoted; 
William Miller, vice Young, promoted; Alanson Jermain, vice 
Whitney, promoted; John W. Bay, vice Weed, moved. 



State Historian. 1971 

oneida county. 
Thirteenth brigade of infantry: 
Samuel Beardsley, brigade judge advocate. 

ULSTER COUNTY. 

Twenty-third brigade of infantry: 

Matthew Oliver, brigade paymaster; Jonathan D. Ostrander, 
brigade judge advocate; John Roggen, assistant hospital surgeon. 

One Hundred and Thirty-first regiment of infantry: 

Matthew Ten Eyck, quartermaster; John Van Beuren, junior, 
paymaster; Peter P. Crispell, surgeon. 

OTSEGO COUNTY. 

Second brigade of infantry: 

Eben B. Morehouse, brigade judge advocate; James O. Morse, 
brigade paymaster. 

One Hundred and fifty-first regiment of infantry: 

Riflemen — Roswell Wright, captain, vice Hayes, resigned; Henry 
A. Beach, lieutenant, vice Wright, promoted; Henry Ogden, ensign, 
vice Beach, promoted. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

Second regiment of horse artillery: 

Henry Graham, captain, vice Rossell, resigned; Albert Ausen, 
first lieutenant, vice J. Ausen, resigned; John Belyea, second lieu- 
tenant; Anthony Miller, cornet, vice Ausen, promoted. 

Benjamin Ambler, first lieutenant; Alford Brush, second lieu- 
tenant; Aaron J. Carpenter, cornet, vice Brush, promoted. 

Ebenezer Frost, captain, vice Sunderland, resigned; Isaac Frost, 
junior, first lieutenant; Ezra Hopkins, second lieutenant; John Titus, 
cornet. * 

Long Island — Jesse W. Floyd, captain, vice Jayne, resigned; 



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Samuel Carmon, first lieutenant, vice Floyd, promoted; Samuel 
Hopkins, second lieutenant; Jerries Woodhull, cornet. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Isaac Odell, paymaster. 

Third brigade of infantry: 

Frederick A. Tallmadge, brigade judge advocate; Alexander 
Fleming, brigade paymaster. 

One Hundred and Forty-second regiment of infantry: 

Augustus Floyd, adjutant, vice Tallmadge, promoted. 

William A. North, captain, vice Whittemore, moved; Samuel 
Whiting, lieutenant, vice North, promoted; Rene A. DeRussey, 
lieutenant, vice Blackwell, moved. 

Ensigns — William N. Deforest, vice Whiting, promoted; Gilbert 
L. Thompson, vice DeRussey, promoted; Robert Prince, vice Havi- 
land, declined; Victor B. Waldron. 

DUTCHESS COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Forty-ninth regiment of infantry: 
Peter P. Monfort, captain. 

CORTLAND, CHENANGO AND BROOME COUNTIES. 

Sixteenth regiment of artillery: 

Joseph S. Fenton, adjutant; Elijah Rathbun, paymaster; Allen 
Barny, surgeon; Anson Sanford, quartermaster. 

DELAWARE COUNTY. 

Seventieth regiment of infantry: 

Frederick P. Foote, colonel, vice Hubbell, resigned; Homer R. 
Phelps, lieutenant colonel, vice Foote, promoted; Alexander Mc- 
Pherson, major, vice Phelps, promoted. 



State Historian. 1973 

1818. 

NIAGARA COUNTY. 

Fifth brigade of infantry: 

James Sheldon, brigade judge advocate. 

STATE. 

The Commander-in-chief having by his order dated this day 
declared that the commissaries of the division of artillery and of 
the present third, fifth and seventh divisions of infantry should re- 
spectively have the rank of colonel in the militia of this state; 
therefore 

Resolved, that Charles K. Gardner (of New York county), 
James E. A. Masters, David B. McNeil (of Essex county), and 
Jacob Dox (of Ontario county), esquires, commissaries of the said 
divisions, be and hereby are appointed colonels in the militia of this 
state. 

CORTLAND COUNTY. 

Thirty-sixth brigade of infantry: 
Samuel Nelson, brigade judge advocate. 

STATE OF NEW YORK — GENERAL ORDERS. 

Headquarters, Albany, June 27, 1818. 

The Commander-in-chief considering it necessary that a new 
arrangement of the militia should be made as nearly conformable 
to the most approved system and to the laws of the United States, 
as local circumstances and the public convenience will permit, has 
thought proper to establish the following general organization. 

Independently of the divisions of cavalry and artillery, the militia 
shall be arranged into twenty-five divisions, in manner following, 
to wit: 

The first division is to consist of the thirty-third and twenty- 
second brigades, and to be under the command of Major General 
John Floyd. 



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1974 Annual Report of the 

The second division — of the forty-fourth and forty-fifth brigades, 
and to be under the command of Major General Jonas Mapes. 

The third division — of the third and tenth brigades, and to be 
under the command of Major General Gerard Steddiford. 

The fourth division — of the fifteenth and twenty-ninth brigades, 
and to be under the command of Major General Pierre Van Cort- 
land. 

The fifth division — of the -nineteenth and thirty-fourth brigades, 
and to be under the command of Major General Leonard Smith. 

The sixth division — of the twenty-third and twenty-fifth brigades, 
and to be under the command of Major General Erastus Root. 

The seventh division — of the twentieth and thirtieth brigades, 
and to be under the command of Major General James Tallmadge. 

The eighth division — of the twelfth and thirty-seventh brigades, 
and to be under the command of Major General Peter J. Vosburgh. 

The ninth division — of the eighth and thirty-first brigades, the 
commandant of which will be assigned in a future order.* 

The tenth division — of the sixteenth and seventeenth brigades, 
and to be under the command of Major General Simon DeRider. 

The eleventh division — of the fortieth and forty-second brigades, 
and to be under the command of Major General Benjamin Mooers. 

The twelfth division — of the forty-ninth fourth and twenty- 
sixth brigades, and to be under the command of Major General 
Calvin Brittain. 

The thirteenth division — of the thirteenth and twenty-first brig- 
ades, and to be under the command of Major General George 
YVidrig. 

The fourteenth division — of the eleventh and fourteenth brigades, 
and to be under the command of Major General Richard Dodge. 

* Adam Yates, major general, March 27, 1S19. 



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The fifteenth division — of the ninth and fifty-first brigades, and 
to be under the command of Major General John Dunning. 

The sixteenth division — of the twenty-eighth and second brigades, 
and to be under the command of Major General James Stewart. 

The seventeenth division — of the thirty-second and thirty-fifth 
brigades, and to be under the command of Major General Nathaniel 
King. 

The eighteenth division — of the twenty-seventh and forty-eighth 
brigades, and to be under the command of Major General John 
Ellis. 

The nineteenth division — of the thirty-sixth and forty-first bri- 
gades, and to be under the command of Major General Ansel 
Goodrich. 

The twentieth division — of the fiftieth and eighteenth brigades, and 
to be under the command of Major General Matthew Carpenter. 

The twenty-first division — of the seventh and thirty-eighth bri- 
gades, and to be under the command of Major General Eli Matson. 

The twenty-second division — of the twenty-fourth and thirty-ninth 
brigades, and to be under the command of Major General William 
Wadsworth. 

The twenty-third division — of the sixth and forty-sixth brigades, 
and to be under the command of Major General Worthy L. 
Churchill. 

The twenty-fourth division — of the fifth and forty-seventh bri- 
gades, and to be under the command of Major General William 
Warren. 

The twenty-fifth division — of the first and forty-third brigades, 
and to be under the command of Major General Samuel S. Haight. 

The Commander-in-chief avails himself of this occasion to exhort 
the militia to attend to the injunctions of the law recently enacted 



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1976 Annual Report of the 

for their government, and to render themselves expert in military- 
service and tactics. And when called upon to unsheath the sword 
in vindication of the rights of their country, let it be said of them, 
that in their able and faithful discharge of the arduous and honor- 
able functions of the soldier, they have performed the most sacred 
and imperative duties of the citizen. 
By order of the Commander-in-chief, 

SOL. VAN RENSSELAER, 

Adjutant General. 



The session of 1819 opened with the conflict raging between 
Governor Clinton on one side and Martin Van Buren, with the 
" Bucktails " on the other. Mr. Van Buren and his friends had by 
clever political strategy, as they thought, secured a majority of the 
Republican votes, before the legislature met, for William Thompson, 
of Seneca, for speaker. The friends of the governor, however, de- 
cided at the last moment to nominate Obadiah German, of Che- 
nango. The Federalists had selected William A. Duer, of Albany. 
The first day of the session, January 5th, a ballot disclosed an unde- 
cided result. The house balloted four times without reaching a 
decision. On January 6th a ballot resulted without choice. A reso- 
lution was offered by General Erastus Root, of Delaware, in effect, 
that William Thompson be appointed speaker of the house. This 
was defeated as was a similar one in favor of Mr. Duer. Then a 
resolution that named General German was submitted and adopted 
by a vote of 67 to 48, a majority of the Federalist members voting 
with the followers of Governor Clinton. 

The Council of Appointment was chosen February 3 and consisted 
of Stephen Barnum of Dutchess, William Ross of Orange, George 
Rosecrantz of Herkimer, and Stephen Bates of Ontario, a majority 
of whom were friendly to Governor Clinton. 



State Historian. 1977 

1819. 

On February 8th General Erastus Root introduced a resolution 
which provided for the call of a convention " with unlimited powers, 
to revise, alter or modify the constitution." The Federalists opposed 
and killed it. During the spring and autumn of 1819 many changes 
were made in public offices. Richard Riker was removed from his 
position as recorder of New York, and Peter Augustus Jay, a 
staunch Federalist, son of John Jay, was appointed in his place. 
Mr. Van Buren was removed from the office of Attorney General 
and Thomas J. Oakley, the Federalist leader in the Assembly, suc- 
ceeded him. 

STATE. 

Peter Gansevoort of Albany county is appointed judge advocate mt. 

February 

general of this state. 

Samuel L. Mitchell of New York county is appointed surgeon 
general of this state. 

ESSEX COUNTY. 

Resolved, that Gardner Stowe be and he is hereby appointed 
judge advocate of the fortieth brigade of infantry in the room of 
David B. McNiel, resigned, and whose resignation is hereby 
accepted. 

CLINTON COUNTY. 

Resolved, that Anson J. Sperry be and he is hereby appointed 
brigade judge advocate of the forty-second brigade of infantry of this 
state. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Thirty-ninth brigade of infantry: j8i9 ; 

John Dickson, judge advocate; John W. Strong, quartermaster. 

Fourth regiment of infantry: 

Asa Johnson, colonel, vice Leach, resigned; John Lusk, lieutenant 
colonel, vice Johnson, promoted; Benjamin K. Peck, major, vice 
Lusk, promoted; Lewis Hodges, surgeon's mate. 



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27. 



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j 978 Annual Report of the 

John Decker, captain, vice Peck, promoted; Samuel Stevens, 
lieutenant, vice Decker, promoted; Luther Moses, ensign, vice Ste- 
vens, promoted. 

Reynold Peck, captain, vice Handy, moved; Titus Canfield, lieu- 
tenant, vice Peck, promoted; Reuben Pierce, ensign, vice Hulbert, 
resigned; Gustavus A. Hamlin, lieutenant, vice Postle, moved; David 
Paull, ensign, vice Hamlin, promoted. 

Marvin Scudder, captain, with rank from April 24, 1818. 

Twenty-second regiment of infantry: 

Ephraim Jones, colonel, vice Fisher, resigned; George Bowen, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Jones, promoted; Charles Gooding, major, 
vice Bowen, promoted; Abial Hathaway, adjutant, vice Gooding, 
promoted; Chandler Hathaway, quartermaster, vice A. Hathaway; 
Jeremiah Fisher, paymaster; Ezekiel J. Chapman, chaplain; Andrew 
Wood, surgeon. 

Lemuel Hicks, captain; Enos Booth, lieutenant; Jonathan Sim- 
mons, junior, ensign; Richard Covil, ensign, vice Hatch, moved. 

Lyman Haws, captain, vice Fowler, resigned; Zebediah Denison, 
lieutenant, vice Lusley, moved; Orson Bishop, ensign, vice Haws, 
promoted; Isaac Crawford, lieutenant, vice Phillips, moved; Daniel 
A". Bissell, ensign, vice Sibley, moved. 

Riflemen — Samuel G. Crooks, captain; Riley Crooks, lieutenant; 
Moses Cook, ensign. 

Fifty-second regiment of infantry: 

Jonathan Baker, captain, vice Shouras (James Shoecraft), moved; 
John Culver, lieutenant, vice Baker, promoted; Eli H. Bearse, 
ensign, vice Culver, promoted; Dyer Barret, lieutenant, with rank 
from April 24, 1818. 

Major Joseph Clark's battalion of infantry. 

Joshua Jones, adjutant. 



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Daniel Herrick, captain; Joab Grover, lieutenant. 

Ensigns — William Roberts, vice Herrick, promoted; Ephraim 
Calkin; Abraham Sutton, with rank from April 24, 1818. 

Ninety-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Riflemen — Anthony Case, captain; John Ford, lieutenant; Henry 
Lyon, ensign. 

Major William Bacon's rifle battalion: 

Emanuel Case, adjutant; Alexander Eggleston, quartermaster; 
John Scott, paymaster; Justin Smith, surgeon's mate. 

Robert Marshall, captain, vice Niblick, resigned; John Culbertson, 
lieutenant, vice Niblick, resigned; William McVicer, ensign, vice 
Marshall, promoted. 

ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fifty-third regiment of infantry: 

Gouverneur Ogden, colonel; Daniel Hoard, lieutenant colonel; 
Uriel H. Orvis, major; Henry Vining, adjutant; John K. Wood, 
quartermaster; Russell C. Attwater, paymaster; Robert McChestney, 
surgeon; Gideon Sprague, surgeon's mate. 

Captains — Ezekiel Abernethey, Samuel Buck, Aikins Foster, 
James Murphey, Ansel Baily, Levi Chapman, Jasper Armstrong, 
Luman Pettibone, junior, Nathan Osborn, Erastus Hall, William 
Bradford, John B. Andrews, John Stone, junior, Stephen Smith. 

Lieutenants — Richard Blood, William Wright, Richard Calfax, 
Jonathan Swift, Alvin Lyman, Jacob Dayton, George A. Flower, 
Phineas Durfey, Daniel Pine, Thomas Knowlton, Ruel Taylor, 
Rodney Hurlburt, Benjamin Phillips, Shadrach Waterbury. 

Ensigns — David L. Haskins, Ephraim Jackson, Isaac Bartholo- 
mew, Timothy Pierce, Asher Bacon, John B. Fobes, Frank Tupper, 
Joseph Brush, Abel Kelsy, Benjamin Knowlton, John Whitcher, 
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Riflemen — Nathaniel F. Winslow, captain ; Timothy W. Osborn, 
lieutenant; Matthew Barney, ensign. 

Light Infantry — Frank Priest, captain ; William Allen, lieuten- 
ant; William Capel, ensign. 

Eighth regiment of artillery: 

John C. Clarkson, captain; Caleb Hough, first lieutenant; Gard- 
ner Cox, second lieutenant. 

One Hundred and Twenty-third regiment of infantry: 

Elisha Griffin, colonel, vice Arnold, promoted; William Richard- 
son, lieutenant colonel, vice Griffin, promoted; Junius Welton, 
major, vice Richardson, promoted. 

Captains — Isaac Burnham, junior, vice Phelps, resigned; Gershom 
Pope, vice Wilton, promoted; Robert Hannah, vice Armstrong, 
resigned. 

Lieutenants — Columbus C. Rich, vice Baker, resigned; Francis 
Judson, vice Pope, promoted; John Thompson, vice Hannah, pro- 
moted. 

Ensigns — James W. Lytle (light infantry), vice Gordon, deceased; 
Chesley Barker; John Davis, vice Judson, promoted. 

Fourteenth regiment of cavalry: 

New company — Wesson Briggs, captain; Bemsley Huntoon, first 
lieutenant; William A. Campfield, second lieutenant: James Flack, 
cornet. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY. 

A new regiment organized consisting of the battalion commanded 
by Major John Howe in the county of Jefferson and to be denom- 
inated the One Hundred and Eighty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

John Howe, colonel; Silvius Hoard, lieutenant colonel; William 
Cleghorn, major; Henry Welch, adjutant; Joseph Smith, quarter- 
master: Zebulon H. Cooper, paymaster; Samuel Randall, surgeon; 
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Captains — Rockwell Barns, vice Cleghorn, promoted; Ira Kings- 
ley, vice Fowler, moved; Clewly Copeland; Luke Turner; Thomas 
Brayton, junior, vice Griffin, moved; Lewis Franklin, vice Ber- 
throng, moved. 

Lieutenants — Norman Barns, vice R. Barns, promoted; Orra 
Shead, vice Kingsley, promoted; Joshua Drake; Thaddeus D. Parks; 
Stephen Lewis, vice Brayton, promoted; John Carpenter, vice 
Davis, resigned. 

Ensigns — Francis Butterfield, vice Gill, moved; Moses Rowley, 
vice Barns, promoted; Alvin Wright, vice Shead, promoted; George 
A. Hoard; Pardon Payn. 

ONONDAGA COUNTY. 

Sixteenth regiment of infantry: 

Charles H. Toll, adjutant, vice Dickinson, moved; John C. Ellis, 
quartermaster, vice Toll; John McHarrie, paymaster, vice Powel, 
resigned. 

Captains — John Inglesbee, junior, vice Warner, deceased; Richard 
Lusk, vice Cook, promoted. 

Lieutenants — James R. Lawrence, vice Lusk, promoted; Delan- 
son Foster, vice Ingalsbee, promoted; Squire Brown, vice Redman, 
declining. 

Ensigns — Phineas Meigs, vice Foster, promoted; Grove Law- 
rence, vice Lawrence, promoted; Ira Campbell, vice Brown, pro- 
moted; Stephen Brittin, vice Rogers, declining. 

Ninety-eighth regiment of infantry : 

Jabish Castle, colonel, vice Wells, resigned; John Sprague, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Castle, promoted; James Carr, major, vice 
Sprague, promoted; Justus M. Matthews, quartermaster; Jabez 
Chadwick, chaplain. 

Light Infantry — Isaac Jerome, captain, vice Carr, promoted; 



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James Medler, lieutenant, vice Jerome, promoted; James Talbott, 
ensign, vice Medler, promoted. 

New rifle company — Stephen Messenger, captain; John Clapp, 
lieutenant; Harry Hall, ensign. 

Captains — Simon Southerland, with rank from March 4, 1817; 
Daniel Allen, junior, vice Phelps, moved. 

Lieutenants — Orlin J. Wheaton, with rank from April 24, 1818; 
Jonathan Savage, vice Allen, promoted. 

Ensigns — Pitt Dyer, Hiram Sheldon. 

One Hundred and Forty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Salmon Thayer, colonel, vice Wood, promoted; Richard C. John- 
son, lieutenant colonel, vice Thayer, promoted; Thomas Wheeler, 
major, vice Johnson, promoted; Ashbel Kellogg, adjutant, vice 
Morey, moved; Samuel R. Matthews, paymaster, vice Kellogg. 

Captains — Palmer Kinney, vice Thayer, declining; Christopher 
Buckley, vice Wheeler, promoted; John Griffin, junior, vice Crane, 
moved. 

Lieutenants — Joseph Carr, vice Kinney, promoted; John Finley, 
vice Buckley, promoted; Parley Smith, vice Southerland, declining; 
Horace Ellis, vice Fay, declining; Freeman Doud, vice Griffith, 
promoted. 

Ensigns — Ammi C. Pool, vice Carr, promoted; Brooks Haynes, 
vice Finley, promoted; Rufus Stanton, vice Swan, moved; Jonathan 
White, vice Ellis, promoted; John Raynor, vice Doud, promoted. 

Riflemen — John Van Pelt, captain, vice Grosvenor, moved; Josiah 
Bronson, junior, lieutenant; B. Davis Noxen, ensign. 

One Ffundred and Fifty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Levi Mason, colonel, vice Cook, declining; Dorastus Lawrence, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Mason, promoted; John M. Sherwood, adju- 
tant, vice Bangs, resigned; Philo Dibble, quartermaster, vice God- 
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Captains — Chauncey Hicox, vice Lawrence, promoted; Joshua 
Bates, vice Robinson, moved. 

Lieutenants — Norman Curtiss, vice Noxen, moved; Joseph Fish; 
Henry Jones; Stephen Horton, with rank from April 24, 1818; 
Chester Clark, vice Mason, moved. 

Ensigns — Zerah Shepherd; Samuel Fanner; Samuel Foot; John 
Pardee, vice Sherwood, promoted; Roswell Newell; Thomas Capp, 
with rank from April 24, 181 8. 

One Hundred and Seventy-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Elijah Phillips, major, vice Granger, moved. 

John Grinnel, adjutant, vice Phillips, promoted; James Norris, 
paymaster, vice Alderman, promoted; Amos Pardy, chaplain, vice 
Clark, moved. 

Captains — Lott Alderman, junior, vice Marsh, promoted; Mat- 
thew Cadwell (of riflemen), vice Gardner, moved. 

John G. Jackson, lieutenant, vice Bogardus, declining; Nehemiah 
Carpenter, ensign, vice Jackson, promoted. 

Lieutenants — Willard Cotton, vice Satterly, declining; Samuel 
Eager (of riflemen). 

Ensigns — Elijah Williams, vice Favor, moved; Thomas Donnelly, 
junior, vice Cotton, promoted; Hezekiah Sage, junior (of riflemen). 

Sixty-second regiment of infantry: 

Garret Van Hoosen, junior, colonel, vice Williams, declining; 
Phineas Hutchins, lieutenant colonel, vice Robbins, declining; Wil- 
liam Powell, major, vice Van Hoosen, promoted; Peter Knapp, 
junior, adjutant, vice Powell, promoted; Myron St. John, paymaster, 
vice Van Ostrand, moved; John Daniels, second, quartermaster, 
vice Howe, moved. 

Captains — Lauren Hotchkiss, vice Hutchins, promoted; Smith 
Johnson, vice Bromley, moved; Richard Pomeroy, vice T. Pomeroy, 
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Lieutenants — Chester Clark, vice Pomeroy, promoted; John Sav- 
age, vice Johnson, promoted; Lewis C. Davis, vice Hotchkiss, 
promoted. 

Ensigns — William O. Ferrall, vice Knapp, promoted; Samuel H. 
Cooper, vice St. John, promoted; John Warren, vice Clark, pro- 
moted: John Potter, vice Savage, promoted; Elizur Stanley, ensign 
of light infantry. 

Twenty-seventh brigade of infantry: 

Thaddeus M. Wood, brigadier general; Alvan Marsh, judge advo- 
cate; Samuel P. Hawley, quartermaster, vice Seymour, promoted; 
Sylvanus Tousley, paymaster. 

SARATOGA COUNTY. 

Thirty-second regiment of infantry: 

James Mairs, chaplain; Samuel Shumway, surgeon, vice Pitkin, 
resigned; James Mairs, junior, surgeon's mate; Oren Sage, quarter- 
master, vice Tayler, promoted; Abraham Middlebrooks, paymaster, 
vice Smith, resigned. 

Thomas Low, captain, vice Cande, resigned. 

Lieutenants — James Riche, vice Low, promoted; Samuel St. 
John; Samuel R. Garret, vice Sage, promoted. 

Ensigns — John W. Rogers, vice Riche, promoted; Sedate Padle- 
ford, vice St. John, promoted; Ralph Middlebrooks, vice A. Middle- 
brooks, promoted. 

Forty-first regiment of infantry: 

Leonard Hodgman, quartermaster, vice Dunning, promoted. 

John Eddy, captain, vice Saxton, moved; James Davis, lieutenant, 
vice Eddy, promoted; Zebulon Knights, lieutenant. 

Ensigns — Benjamin Crawford; Simeon Rowley, vice Weston, 
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One Hundred and Forty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Frederick H. Harris, quartermaster, vice Viele, promoted. 

Captains — Luther Brown, vice Badgley, resigned; Robert Powers, 
vice Nessle, resigned; Morris Shelden, vice Van Hyning, resigned; 
Edwin Gue, vice Groesbeck, moved. 

Lieutenants — Benjamin Badgley, vice Brown, promoted; Abra- 
ham Travers, vice Powers, promoted; Garnsey Kennedy, vice Shel- 
den, promoted; Richard Morris; George W. Kirtland, vice Ostran- 
der, moved. 

Ensigns — John Evans, vice Badgley, promoted; Peter Sickler, 
vice Travis, promoted; George Milius; Christopher Bently, vice 
Kennedy, promoted; William Chadsey; Abel Whipple, vice Gue, 
promoted. 

Ninth brigade of infantry: 

Azariah W. Odell, judge advocate; Samuel Freeman, paymaster; 
Samuel Pitkin, assistant hospital surgeon. 

A new brigade organized in the county of Saratoga consisting 
of the Twenty-fourth, Fifty-ninth, Sixty-third and One Hundred and 
Sixty-sixth regiments and denominated the fifty-first brigade of 
infantry : 

Samuel Bailey, brigadier general; Philip Schuyler, quartermaster; 
Philo Dauchy, paymaster; John H. Steel, assistant hospital surgeon; 
William Medcalf, judge advocate. 

Twenty-fourth regiment of infantry : 

John Brown, lieutenant colonel, vice Hawley, moved; John Her- 
rington, major, vice Brown, promoted; John Reed, paymaster, vice 
Burch, moved; Peter Sprague, surgeon, vice Thompson, resigned; 
William Gere, quartermaster, vice Edgerton, moved. 

Captains — Samuel Stilwell, vice Degolyer, moved; Job Cornell, 
vice Allen, declined; Seth Benson, vice Herrington, promoted. 
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Lieutenants — Nehemiah Whitlock, vice Cornell, promoted; 
Michael J. Johnson, vice Sweet, moved; Elisha Pettit, vice Benson, 
promoted; Solomon T. Scott, of light infantry. 

Ensigns — Samuel Snow (of light infantry), vice Scott, promoted; 
Hugh Alexander, vice Stilwell, promoted; John Huyck, vice Whit- 
lock, promoted; Elisha Watters, vice Pettit, promoted. 

John Smith, lieutenant, vice Lewis, moved; Burr Dauchy, ensign, 
vice Lewis, moved. 

Fifty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

William G. Boss, colonel, vice Bailey, promoted; Lewis Scott, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Boss, promoted; John Smith, major, vice 
Scott, promoted. 

Nathan Daniels, captain, vice Smith, promoted; Daniel Matthews, 
lieutenant, vice Daniels, promoted. 

John Page, captain, vice Judd, resigned; Abraham M. Youngs, 
lieutenant: Timothy Miller, ensign, vice Drake, resigned. 

Aaron Rose, captain, vice Ingersoll, resigned; David Ingham, 
lieutenant, vice Rose, promoted; Seth Talmade, ensign, vice Ingham, 
promoted. 

Lieutenants — Benjamin Palmer; James Ladow, vice Haynes, 
moved. 

Ensigns — William H. Powell; Silas Reynolds (light infantry), vice 
Gray, resigned. 

Sixty-third regiment of infantry: 

James R. Milligan, quartermaster, vice Mott, resigned. 

Henry D. Chapman, captain, vice Mott, declining; William 
Cramer, lieutenant, vice Chapman, promoted; John Bennett, ensign, 
vice Cramer, promoted; Johnson Stiles, ensign, vice Weatherhead, 
moved. 

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Truman B. Hicks, colonel, vice Walker, resigned; Simeon New- 
ton, lieutenant colonel, vice Heath, resigned; Ira Haskins, major, 
vice Palmeter, resigned; Joseph W. Paddock, adjutant, vice Hicks, 
promoted; Isaac Woodworth, quartermaster, vice Leavens, resigned; 
Jeduthan Lindsey, paymaster, vice Woodworth; Joseph Safford, 
surgeon, vice St. John, moved; John Cameron, chaplain, vice Clark, 
moved. 

Thomas Ide, captain, vice Haskins, promoted; Peter Mallery, lieu- 
tenant, vice Ide, promoted. 

Joel Phelps, junior, captain, vice Ware, resigned; Ira Haskins, 
second, ensign, vice Mallery, promoted; Levi Scofield, lieutenant, 
vice Phelps, promoted; Bela Sage, ensign, vice Scofield, promoted; 
Enoch Cleaveland, lieutenant, vice Coon, resigned; Martin Mitchell, 
ensign. 

Moses Randall, captain, vice Newton, promoted; Adin Stone, 
lieutenant, vice Randall, promoted; Obed W. Call, ensign, vice 
Stone, promoted. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

Twentieth regiment of infantry: 

Nathan Davis, adjutant, vice Comstock, promoted. 

Captains — Obadiah Luce, rank from April 24, 1818, vice Eames, 
promoted; John Knox, vice Holmes, moved; Chancey Miller, vice 
Allen, resigned; Zera Brown, vice Hopkins, resigned; Enoch Tift, 
vice Pierce, resigned; Julius Pond, vice Judson, moved. 

Lieutenants — Freedom Merril, vice Luce, promoted; Joel Smith, 
vice Knox, promoted; Hiram Curtis, vice Munn, resigned; Anson 
Hubbard, vice Brown, promoted; Samuel H. Addington, vice Tift, 
promoted; John P. Sherwood, vice Davis, promoted; Zebinia Lloyd, 
vice Pond, promoted. 

Ensigns — William T. Gregg, vice Smith, promoted; Elisha Fow- 



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ler, vice Miller, promoted; James Wells, vice Hardy, resigned; 
Alvaro Hart, vice Gridley, promoted; Daniel Pettibone, vice Sher- 
wood, promoted; Albert Norton, vice Lloyd, promoted. 

Sixty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Benjamin Hyde, junior, colonel, vice Stoddard, resigned; Rossi- 
ter Preston, lieutenant colonel, vice Smith, resigned; Samuel Morse, 
major, vice Warring, resigned; Lent M. Upson, adjutant, vice Wood, 
promoted; Robert Smart, junior, quartermaster; Henry Smith, 
chaplain. 

Captains — William Penfield, vice Preston, promoted; Jesse 
Humiston, vice Morse, promoted. 

Lieutenants — Joel B. Smith, vice Penfield, promoted; Calvin 
Dawley, vice Carter, moved. 

Ensigns — Zebenia Edgerton, vice Dawley, promoted; Asher Mil- 
ler, vice Smart, promoted; Otis Whelock, vice Humiston, promoted; 
Woodard Perkins. 

Riflemen — Samuel T. Wood, captain; Henry Warner, lieutenant; 
Daniel Stacy, ensign. 

Henry X. Halster, lieutenant, vice Humiston, promoted. 

One Hundred and Fortieth regiment of infantry: 

Benjamin Rhodes; captain, vice Judson, resigned; Sion Rhodes, 
lieutenant, vice B. Rhodes, promoted; John Green, ensign, vice 
Rhodes, promoted; Zabina Luce, lieutenant, vice Barnett, moved; 
Zabad Luce, ensign, vice Luce, promoted; John J. Mabbott, lieu- 
tenant; Chancey Baker, ensign, vice Mabbott, promoted. 

SCHENECTADY AND MONTGOMERY COUNTIES. 

Fourteenth brigade of infantry (consisting of the militia in 
Schenectady county, the Twenty-sixth regiment in Montgomery 
county and the battalion of infantry commanded by Major Samuel 
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montgomery county. 
Silvanus Wilcox, brigadier general. 

SCHENECTADY COUNTY. 

Peter Sanders, brigade major and inspector. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Henry J. Devendorf, paymaster; Daniel Cuck, assistant hospital 
surgeon. 

Twenty-sixth regiment of infantry : 

John Lenardson, junior, colonel, vice Wilcox, promoted; Ben- 
jamin Baird, lieutenant colonel, vice Lenardson, promoted; Henry 
Valentine, major, vice Clute, superseded; Elijah Wilcox, adjutant, 
vice Devendorf, promoted; William D. Babbitt, surgeon, vice Cuck, 
promoted; James Davis, surgeon's mate, vice Van Ess, resigned. 

Solomon Veeder, captain, vice Kane, resigned; Cornelius Fero, 
lieutenant; Philip Hiltz, ensign, vice Tarpenny, declining. 

Abraham Mudge, captain, vice McAuly, resigned; George Davis, 
lieutenant, vice Mudge, promoted; John Tracy, ensign, vice Brand, 
moved. 

John Wires, captain, vice Baird, promoted; Thomas Hubbs, lieu- 
tenant, vice Sibley, promoted; Ebenezer Thorp, ensign, vice Wires, 
promoted; Peter Cranker, ensign. 

Daniel Hubbs, captain, vice Valentine, promoted; Sloan Hamil- 
ton, lieutenant, vice Hubbs, promoted. 

SCHENECTADY COUNTY. 

Fifty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Isaac S. Miller, adjutant, vice Sanders, promoted; Peter Banker, 
paymaster, vice Miller. 

Samuel Millard, captain, vice Boyd, moved; John D. Toll, lieu- 
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vice Toll, promoted; John Maxson, lieutenant, vice Schoolcraft, 
moved. 

Ensigns — Stephen L. Stillman, vice Mynderse, declining; John P. 
Yeeder, vice Schermerhorn, resigned; Abraham Swits, vice Vedder, 
resigned. 

OTSEGO COUNTY. 

Sixteenth division of infantry (second and twenty-eighth brigades): 

James Stewart, major general; John H. Prentiss, inspector; Levi 
Beardsley, judge advocate; Sherman Page, quartermaster; Delos 
White, hospital surgeon; James O. Morse, paymaster. 

Second brigade of infantry: 

Billings Brown, brigadier general, vice Stewart, promoted; Abra- 
ham M. Schermerhorn, paymaster, vice Morse, promoted; Henry 
Clarke, assistant hospital surgeon. 

Second regiment of infantry: 

Ambrose L. Jordan, lieutenant colonel, vice Potter, resigned; 
Augustus Rogers, major, vice Jordan, promoted. 

Captains — William Wilson (light infantry), vice Steere, resigned; 
Thomas Pierce, vice Wisner, moved; George H. Derbyshire, vice 
Burch, resigned; Otis Lewis, vice Reed, resigned; Walter Holt, vice 
Stilson, resigned; William Temple, junior, vice Eddy, resigned; 
Thomas K. Cory, vice Rogers, promoted. 

Lieutenants — Miles Comstock (light infantry), vice Wilson, pro- 
moted; Noah Burrill, vice Pierce, promoted; Jason Beekley, junior, 
vice Derbyshire, promoted; Daniel Elwood, vice Holt, promoted; 
Nathan Brewer, vice Temple, promoted; Luther Hartwell, vice 
Cory, promoted; Moses Luther, vice Lewis, promoted; Ephraim 
Thayer, vice Sherman, resigned. 

Ensigns — John J. Lappon (light infantry), vice Comstock, pro- 
moted; William Pierce, vice Burrell, promoted; Joseph W. Jay, 
vice Beekley, promoted; Cornelius Van Home, vice Elwood, pro- 



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moted; Job Irons, vice Thayer, promoted; Solomon Ludington, vice 
Brewer, promoted; Peter Olendorf, vice Hartwell, promoted; Leon- 
ard Elsworth, vice Clarke, promoted. 

One Hundred and Twelfth regiment of infantry: 

Sumner Ely, lieutenant colonel, vice Dunham, resigned; Henry 
Brown, major, vice Davis, declining; Adolphus W. Flint, paymaster, 
vice Story, resigned. 

Riflemen — David Peck, captain, vice Ely, promoted; Aaron 
North, first lieutenant, vice Van Valkenburgh, resigned; David 
Belknap, second lieutenant, vice Peck, promoted; John North, 
ensign, vice North, promoted. 

Parcefer C. Dutcher, captain, vice Stewart, declining; Lester Holt, 
junior, lieutenant, vice D. Holt, declining; James McGown, ensign, 
vice Davis, declining. 

Hiram D. Faulkner, captain, vice Ford, moved; Julius Wickwire, 
lieutenant, vice Woodruff, resigned; Henry Rice, ensign, vice Faulk- 
ner, promoted; Philip L. Snyder, lieutenant, vice Allen, declining; 
Nicholas Ferris, lieutenant, vice Spafford, declining. 

Daniel Hewes, junior, captain, vice Brown, promoted; Samuel 
Cory, lieutenant, vice Gilbert, resigned. 

Stephen Pratt, captain, vice Denton, resigned; Moses Rich, junior, 
lieutenant, vice Pratt, promoted; Abner C. Gilbert, ensign, vice 
Rich, promoted. 

Thomas Prentiss, captain, vice Whitaker, resigned; Robert M. 
Campbell, lieutenant, vice Prentiss, promoted; James Farquharson, 
ensign, vice Campbell, promoted. 

One Hundred and Thirty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

William W. Walker, colonel, vice Brown, promoted; Aaron Dow, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Walker, promoted; William Utter, major, 
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Lodowick Brown, captain, vice Utter, promoted; Zuriel Campbell, 
junior, ensign. 

Cyrus Brown, captain, vice Treadway, resigned; Phipps W. Leake, 
lieutenant, vice Brown, promoted; Henry Leake, junior, ensign, 
vice P. W. Leake, promoted. 

Sixtieth regiment of infantry: 

William Wellman, paymaster. 

Captains — Sanford Harrington, vice Eldred, resigned ; Levi Stew- 
art, vice Bailey, resigned; Henry Hopkins, vice Griswold, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Xathan Wheeler, vice Hopkins, promoted; John 
Blood, junior, vice Herrington, promoted; Solomon Barnard, vice 
Lane, resigned; David Culley. 

Ensigns — Nathan Eldred, junior, vice Blood, promoted; Samuel 
Welling, vice Deiter (Jacob Deitz), resigned; Holden Cooke; Leon- 
ard Baker; William Allen. 

Fifty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Aden Deming, colonel, vice Sheldon, resigned; Abel Caulkins, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Deming, promoted; Jesse Smith, major, vice 
Caulkins, promoted; William G. Angel, quartermaster, vice Fitch, 
promoted. 

William Fitch, captain. 

Riflemen — Ithamer Hitchcock, captain, vice Smith, promoted; 
Joseph Bearss, lieutenant, vice Hitchcock, promoted; Chancey Todd, 
ensign. 

Martin Lee, captain, vice Aylesworth, resigned; John Gross, lieu- 
tenant, vice Lee, promoted: John Deming, ensign, vice Gross, pro- 
moted. 

Ebriu-zer Gregory, captain, vice Rockwell, resigned; James Curan, 
lieutenant, vice Gregory, promoted; Caleb Montgomery, ensign, 
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Rufus Herrington, junior, captain, vice Fitch, deceased; Poller 
Eldred, lieutenant, vice Harrington, promoted; Thomas Tiffany, 
ensign, vice Eldred, promoted; Josiah Mack, junior, ensign, with 
rank from April 24, 1818. 

Seventh regiment of infantry: 

George Cotton, chaplain; Josiah Howe, paymaster. 

Light Infantry — Sylvester Draper, captain; Pomeroy Wright, 
lieutenant; Jason Cleaveland, ensign. 

Josiah Hubbard, captain. 

Lieutenants — Daniel Waterman, John Mason, Simeon J. Andrus. 

Ensigns — Josiah Turner, John Pratt, Elisha E. Freeman. 

Light Infantry — John Jackson, captain; John Moore, lieuten- 
ant; William Aylesworth, ensign. 

SUFFOLK COUNTY. 

Thirty-third brigade of infantry: 

Jeremiah Miller, brigadier general, vice Floyd, promoted; Abra- 
ham T. Rose, judge advocate; Samuel Osborn, paymaster. 

One Hundred and Thirty-second regiment of infantry: 

John Woodhull, major, vice Wheeler, declining. 

Merodach Havens, captain, vice Woodhull, promoted; Charles 
Woodhull, lieutenant, vice Davis, resigned; Benjamin Robins, 
ensign, vice Havens, promoted. 

John Hutchinson, captain, vice Rich, resigned; Henry Hudson, 
junior, lieutenant, vice Hutchinson, promoted; Albert B. Davis, 
ensign, vice Hudson, promoted; John Dickinson, lieutenant, vice 
Hawkins, moved; Nathaniel Hawkins, ensign, vice Dickinson, pro- 
moted; Joseph Boyls, ensign, vice Ruland, declined. 

One Hundred and Thirty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Isaac Conklin, major, vice Nostrand, resigned; Benjamin Mills, 



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quartermaster, vice Mills, removed; Josiah Bowers, surgeon, vice 
Havens, promoted; James L. Coggswell, surgeon's mate. 

Piatt Conklin, captain, vice I. Conklin, promoted; John Whitney, 
lieutenant, vice Conklin, promoted; Lemuel Loper, ensign. 

Timothy Carll, captain, vice J. Nostrand, resigned; Isaac Balis, 
lieutenant; Walter Whitman, ensign. 

Samuel Ireland, captain, vice Rushmore, resigned; Daniel Sam- 
mis, lieutenant; Charles Weeks, ensign; Ebenezer Smith, lieutenant, 
vice Mills, resigned; Jesse Mills, ensign, vice Rush, resigned; Jonah 
Wood, lieutenant; Silas C. Strong, ensign; Isaac C. Ketcham, 
ensign. 

Eightieth regiment of infantry: 

Samuel Hunting, colonel, vice Miller, promoted; David Hains, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Hunting, promoted; David Hedges, major, 
vice Hains, promoted; Daniel Woodruff, quartermaster, vice Her- 
rick, resigned. 

Josiah Mulford, junior, captain, vice Hedges, promoted; Henry 
Schellenger, ensign, vice Parsons, promoted; Daniel Dayton, ensign, 
vice Miller, promoted. 

One Hundred and Seventh regiment of infantry: 

Joshua Fleet, major, vice Terry, promoted. 

Captains — Joseph Glover, junior, vice Fleet, promoted; Jonathan 
F. Latham, vice Reeve, resigned; Thomas Wells, vice Cook, re- 
signed; Micah W. Halliock, vice Davis, resigned. 

Lieutenants — William H. Overton, vice Glover, promoted; Joseph 
Y. Tuthill, vice Latham, promoted; Nicholas Wells; Hallioch Tut- 
hill, vice Howell, resigned. 

Ensigns — Daniel Glover, vice Overton, promoted; Henry H. 
Terry, vice Tuthill, promoted; Silas H. Mapes, L'sher H. Moore, 
junior, vice Swczy, promoted; Barnabas Convin, vice Hallioch, 
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queens county. 

Twenty-second brigade of infantry: 

Nathaniel Seaman, paymaster. 

Ninety-third regiment of infantry: 

Van Wyck Wickes, colonel, vice Leverich, resigned; Thomas 
Moore, lieutenant colonel, vice Wickes, promoted; Isaac Snedeker, 
major, vice Moore, promoted. 

John Sprong, captain, vice Snedeker, promoted; George Duryee, 
lieutenant, vice Sprong, promoted. 

Charles Rapelye, captain; Abraham Bergen, lieutenant, vice 
Wyckoff, resigned; Cornelius Duryee, lieutenant, vice Messenger, 
resigned; William Smith, junior, ensign, vice Bergen, promoted; 
George W. Bloodgood, ensign, vice Bergen, resigned. 

One Hundredth regiment of infantry: 

Gilbert Dorlon, major, vice Ludlum, declining; Albert Hentz, 
paymaster, vice Howell, moved; Thomas Cooper, adjutant, vice 
Seaman, promoted. 

Samuel L. Smith, captain; William Hewlett, lieutenant, vice 
Smith, promoted; Valentine Smith, ensign. 

Lewis Pettet, captain, vice Dorlon, promoted; Jacob Coles, ensign, 
vice T. Cooper, promoted; Gileard Jennings, lieutenant. 

James Walters, captain, vice Jones, promoted; Benjamin Powell, 
lieutenant, vice Walters, promoted; Oliver Willetts, lieutenant; 
Zepheniah Darby, ensign. 

One Hundred and Seventeenth regiment of infantry: 

George D. Coles, lieutenant colonel, vice Thorne, deceased; David 
Weeks, major, vice Hayden, resigned; James Cock, adjutant, vice 
Coles, promoted; James H. Weeks, paymaster, vice B. Coles, pro- 
moted. 

Captains — Daniel Bogart, vice Rapelye, promoted; William Dur- 



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yea, vice Jones, promoted; Isaac Williams, vice Smith, resigned; 
Charles Weeks, vice D. Weeks, promoted. 

Lieutenants — Thomas Wood; William Penny; Israel C. Whitney, 
vice Duryea, promoted; Silas Downing, vice C. Weeks, promoted. 

Ensigns — Peter Luyster, vice Whitney, promoted; Thomas 
Fowler. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

Thirteenth brigade of infantry: 

Samuel Comstock, brigade inspector, vice Williams, resigned; 
Ebenezer Griffin, judge advocate; Ebenezer Griffin, paymaster. 

ULSTER COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Thirty-first regiment of infantry: 

John J. Dumond, lieutenant colonel, vice Van Oasbeck, deceased; 
Solomon C. Elting, major, vice Dumond, promoted; Henry Van 
Hoovenbergh, surgeon, vice Roggen, promoted. 

Captains — Samuel Krum, vice Elting, promoted; William Rise- 
ley (light infantry); Abraham D. Sahler, vice Osterhout, resigned; 
Almon Canfield, vice Volk, resigned; Amos Hoyt, vice Rysley, 
transferred. 

Lieutenants — Andrew P. Newkerk (of light infantry); Abraham 
Hoffman, junior, vice Sahler, promoted; John Vandebogert, vice 
Hoyt, promoted; Peter J. Snyder, vice Canfield, promoted; Peter 
Longendyck, junior, vice Snyder, resigned; John P. Roosa, vice 
Krum, promoted. 

Ensigns — Benjamin Longyear (of light infantry); Simon A. 
Couch; Benjamin M. Hasbrook; Solomon Hummel; Abraham 
Reghtmyer, junior; Benjamin G. Newkerk. 

John P. Davis, lieutenant; Isaac F. Davis, ensign. 



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sullivan county. 

One Hundred and Nineteenth regiment of infantry: 

Henry Newkerk, lieutenant colonel, vice Wheat, declining; Jacob 
Gumaer, major, vice Newkerk, promoted; David Hunter, adjutant, 
vice Shaw, promoted; Benjamin Montanya, chaplain, vice Steward, 
deceased. 

Captains — William Shaw, junior, vice J. Shaw, resigned; William 
Stanton, vice Gumaer, promoted. 

Lieutenants — Jephta (Jasper) Writer, junior, vice Gegee, moved; 
George F. Reeve, vice Harden, moved; Darius Cudney, vice Stan- 
ton, promoted; Timothy Wheat, vice Gillespie, moved. 

Ensigns — Elijah T. Perry, vice Cudney, promoted; Benoni B. 
Salmon, vice Wheat, promoted; Ambrose D. Baker, vice Reeve, 
promoted; William Cuddeback, vice Writer, promoted. 

Battalion of infantry in Sullivan county commanded by Major 
Benjamin B. Krum: 

Samuel Andrews, paymaster. 

Richard D. Child, captain; Samuel Grow, junior, lieutenant; Philo 
Buckley, lieutenant; William Parks, junior, ensign; John C. Voris, 
ensign. 

ULSTER COUNTY. 

Twenty-third brigade of infantry: 

Nash Couch, brigade inspector, vice (Abraham) Cantine, appointed 
sheriff; David A. Hasbrook, paymaster, vice Oliver, declining. 

SULLIVAN COUNTY. 

A new regiment organized consisting of the battalions of infantry 
in Sullivan county lately commanded by Major William Gillespie 
and Alexander Ketchum and denominated the One Hundred and 
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William Gillespie, colonel; Alexander Ketchum, lieutenant 
colonel; Chobie (Choller) Royce, major; Squire Marsh, adjutant; 
George A. Wakeman, quartermaster, vice Coit, moved; Seth W. 
Brownson, paymaster; Thomas Royce, surgeon; John Lindsley, 
surgeon's mate. 

Captains — Andrew Comstock, vice Royce, promoted; William 
Wells, vice Carmichael, resigned; Charles D. Barnum, vice Bowin, 
resigned. 

Lieutenants — Amasa Crane, vice Comstock, promoted; Nathan 
S. Hammond, vice Barnum, moved; Elnathan Corey, vice Wells, 
promoted; Jonathan B. Ketchum, vice Barnum, promoted. 

Ensigns — George N. Kinne, vice Crane, promoted; Daniel Wells, 
vice Corey, promoted; Squires M. Hoyt, vice Ketchum, promoted; 
John Crawford, vice Wakeman, promoted; 'Gardner Ferguson, vice 
Wakeman, promoted. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Nineteenth brigade of infantry 

Jacobus Bertholf, brigadier general, vice Vail, resigned; John 
Everett, judge advocate; Abraham Vail, junior, paymaster. 

Ninety-first regiment of infantry: 

Andrew J. Caldwell, lieutenant colonel, vice Duryea, declining; 
Joseph Brewster, major, vice Caldwell, promoted; Frederick H. 
Brewster, adjutant, vice J. Brewster, promoted; Nathan W. Helmes, 
quartermaster, vice F. Brewster; Elihu Hedges, surgeon, vice War- 
ren, resigned; Israel Green, surgeon's mate, vice Fledges, promoted; 
Rensselaer Strong, paymaster, vice Helms, promoted. 

Ensigns — Michael Shultz, vice Ball, promoted; Epinetus 
Ketchum, vice Scofield, promoted. 

Mills Davis, captain, vice Secor, resigned; David J. Ford, lieu- 
tenant, vice Mills, promoted. 



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Edward Coffey, captain, vice Caldwell, promoted; George Talman, 
lieutenant, vice Coffey, promoted; Amaziah Fuller, ensign, vice 
Talman, promoted. 

Thirtieth regiment of infantry : 

John W. Smith, quartermaster, vice Wisner, resigned; Marcus 
Ostrander, surgeon, vice Hoyt, resigned; Hiram K. Chapman, sur- 
geon's mate, vice Ostrander, promoted. 

One Hundred and Forty-eighth regiment of infantry : 

Benjamin Dunning, colonel, vice Bailey, resigned; Jonathan Car- 
penter, lieutenant colonel, vice Dunning, promoted ; William Evans, 
paymaster, vice Dolson, resigned. 

Jonathan Mathers, captain, vice Dunning, promoted; Moses 
Mires, lieutenant, vice Mathers, promoted; Andrew Christie, ensign, 
vice Mires, promoted. 

Solomon Vanfleet, captain, vice Swartwout, moved; Levi Van 
Etten, junior, lieutenant, vice Vanfleet, promoted; Martin Decker, 
ensign, vice Van Etten, promoted. 

Benjamin Vanduzer, captain, vice Conkling, declining; Colvill 
Bradner, lieutenant, vice Vanduzer, promoted; Henry Thompson, 
ensign; Stephen Cooper, lieutenant; James Holbert, ensign, vice 
Cooper, promoted. 

Daniel H. Denton, captain, vice Jackson, resigned; James Bull, 
junior, lieutenant, vice Denton, promoted; James C. Reeve, ensign, 
vice Bull, promoted; Levi Decker, ensign. 

Fifth division of infantry: 

Gilbert Ogden Fowler, inspector, with rank from June 22, 1818; 
George Gordon, paymaster; Charles Miller, hospital surgeon; David 
Ruggles, judge advocate. 

Aids de camp to the major general — David Crawford, Samuel 
Sands Seymour. 



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dutchess county. 

One Hundred and Forty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Peter P. Monfort, major; Cornelius D. Westbrook, chaplain. 

Charles Burroughs, ensign. 

Oliver Ladue, captain; Andrew D. Bromfield, lieutenant; Elihu 
Scofield, ensign. 

Thirtieth brigade of infantry: 

Abraham D. Brinkerhoff, quartermaster. 

One Hundred and Twenty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Jesse Tillott, quartermaster; William Hooker, surgeon. 

Jarvis W. Thompson, captain; William Lossing, lieutenant; Micah 
Fuller, ensign. 

William Thompson, captain; Leonard Vincent, lieutenant; Arby 
Hurd, ensign; Uriah Gregory, lieutenant; Howland Shearman, 
ensign. 

Sixty-first regiment of infantry: 

Benjamin Bailey, surgeon's mate; Allen Blair, chaplain. 

Noah Robinson, captain; Thomas O. Tillet, lieutenant; Coleman 
Townsend, ensign; Stephen Pinkney, lieutenant; Eli Geoug, ensign; 
Aaron Christian, ensign. 

Daniel Travis, captain; David Travis, lieutenant; Ebenezer Cole, 
ensign; Gilbert Drew, lieutenant; Allen B. Hasen, ensign. 

John Garretson, captain; John Lickly, lieutenant; Samuel Jefferts, 
ensign. 

PUTNAM COUNTY. 

Fourth regiment of artillery: 

Daniel Willson, first lieutenant; Tilly Foster, second lieutenant. 
Thirty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Samuel Allen, colonel; Reuben D. Barnum, lieutenant colonel; 
Thomas Lake, major. 



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Charles Townsend, captain; Charles Rogers, lieutenant; Elijah 
Barnum, ensign. 

Asa White, junior, captain; Timothy A. Holloway, lieutenant; 
Warren Sheldon, ensign; Price W. Paddock, ensign; George Bur- 
dick, lieutenant; Amos Meade, ensign. 

Horace Jones, captain; Archibald Haynes, ensign; Elijah Dear, 
lieutenant; Joseph C. Sayres, lieutenant; Legrand F. Ketcham, 
ensign. 

DUTCHESS COUNTY. 

Twentieth brigade of infantry: 

Thomas L. Davis, brigade inspector, vice Rudd, promoted; John 
Dubois, quartermaster, vice Hughes, resigned. 

Eighty-fourth regiment of infantry : 

Light Infantry — Isaac Valentine, captain, vice Power, resigned; 
Leonard B. Van Kleeck, lieutenant, vice Valentine, promoted; 
Alfred Raymond, ensign, vice Van Kleeck, promoted. 

One Hundred and Eleventh regiment of infantry: 

James Carley, captain, vice Moore, resigned; Anthony Lewis, 
lieutenant, vice Carley, promoted; Charles B. Bostwick, ensign, vice 
Lewis, promoted. 

Jacob Barringer, captain, vice Martin, declining; William Wal- 
dorph, lieutenant, vice Barringer, promoted; Seth Curtis Broadhead, 
ensign, vice Waldorph, promoted; Frederick J. Pultz, ensign. 

One Hundred and Forty-first regiment of infantry : 

John Van Vliet, colonel, vice L. Van Vleet, resigned; Elijah 
Haight, lieutenant colonel, vice Webb, declining; Daniel B. Win- 
ton, major, vice Van Vliet, promoted; Cornelius M. Haight, adju- 
tant, vice Purdy, moved; Milton Barlow, quartermaster, vice Haight. 

John Wilber, captain, vice Winton, promoted; Stephen Hammond, 
lieutenant, vice Wilber, promoted. 
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Moses Butts, captain, vice Bullock, resigned; William Carscad- 
din, lieutenant. 

Daniel Haight, captain, vice E. Haight, promoted. 

Lieutenants — Matthias B. Miller, vice Butts, promoted; George 
Hammond, vice Haight, promoted; John Allen, vice Holmes, re- 
signed; James Barnard, vice Bates, resigned; John Wilber. 

Ensigns — Thomas Lyon, vice Carscaddin, promoted; Samuel 
Barnes, vice Vandebergh, resigned; Calvin Buckman, vice Miller, 
promoted; Henry S. Marshall, vice Allen, promoted; Stephen Ham- 
mond; Willis Bristol; Emera Sheak. 

Twenty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Silas Harris, lieutenant colonel, vice Clark, deceased; Hersey 
Dakin, major, vice Wheeler, resigned; John Harris, adjutant, vice 
Husted, promoted; Alanson Culver, paymaster; Curtis J. Hurd, sur- 
geon, vice Allerton, promoted; Benjamin S. Wilbur, surgeon's mate, 
vice Henry, moved. 

Walter Husted, captain, vice Harris, promoted; Epaphroditus 
Taylor, lieutenant, vice Husted, promoted; Elijah Northrup, ensign, 
vice Taylor, promoted; Brush Sutherland, ensign, vice Mallet, 
moved; David Rider, lieutenant, vice Herrick, moved; Joseph H. 
Mosher, ensign, vice Wheeler, moved; Samuel Dunning, ensign, 
vice Parish, promoted. 

Eighty-fourth regiment: 

William B. Mott, captain, vice Hutchins, resigned; Abraham J. 
Shultz, lieutenant, vice Mott, promoted; John Caswell, ensign, vice 
Shultz, promoted. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Forty-fifth brigade of infantry: 

Gilbert Livingston Thompson, quartermaster, vice Hunter, pro- 
moted; John B. Stevenson, assistant hospital surgeon; James Ren- 
wick, a major. 



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Eighty-second regiment of infantry: 

Captains, with rank from June 22, 1818 — Elijah T. Finckney, vice 
Sprong, promoted; Elias Valentine, vice Rogers, resigned. 

Lieutenants, with rank from June 22, 1818 — Micajah Reynolds, 
vice Pinckney, promoted; Joseph Blunt, vice Valentine, promoted. 

Ensigns — John W. Timpson, rank from April 24, 1818, vice Rey- 
nolds, promoted; Thomas Fessenden, rank from June 22, 1818, vice 
Blunt, promoted; Clarence Sackett, rank from June 22, 1818; Alonzo 
Wakeman: Richard L. Schieffelin. 

Ninety-seventh regiment of infantry: 

John Reade Stuyversant, captain, vice Dodge, moved. 

Lieutenants — John Hone, junior, vice Jones, moved; Nicholas 
Rosevelt, vice Hunter; Leonard W. Kip, vice Stuyversant, pro- 
moted; William R. Foster. 

Ensigns — Charles L. Livingston, with rank from April 24, 1818; 
Gilbert Livingston Thompson, vice Hone, promoted. 

One Hundred and Twenty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Captains — Robert D. Weeks, vice Spicer, resigned; Francis R. 
Tillou, vice Townsend, resigned; Abel T. Anderson, vice Sprague, 
resigned. 

Lieutenants — John Slidell, junior, vice Weeks, promoted; Henry 
M. Western, vice Tillou, promoted; Elijah Paine, junior, vice Ander- 
son, promoted; Matthew C. Patterson, vice Low, superseded. 

Ensigns — John H. McCall, vice Slidell, promoted; Theodore 
Graham, vice Western, promoted; John D. Campbell, vice Paine, 
promoted; William Moore, junior, vice Patterson, promoted; 
Thomas Van Zandt. 

KINGS COUNTY. 

Sixty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

William R. Dean, captain, vice Doughty, resigned; James Harris, 



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lieutenant, vice Dean, promoted; Clarence Sacket, lieutenant; James 
DeBevoice, ensign; John Lawrence, ensign. 

RICHMOND COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Forty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Captains — Matthias Burger, vice Crocheron, resigned; Jacob Gar- 
ritson, vice Perine, deceased. 

Lieutenants — Peter Johnson, vice Coddington, resigned; David 
Burger, vice Garritson, promoted; John Garritson, vice Burger, 
promoted. 

Ensigns — James Fountain, vice Garritson, promoted; Edward 
Perine, vice Burger, promoted; David Van Name; Asher Androvatt. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Tenth brigade of infantry: 

Benjamin Moore, quartermaster, vice Stevenson, absent; John B. 
Treadwell, paymaster. 

Seventy-fifth regiment of infantry : 

Shivers Parker, lieutenant colonel, vice Swan, resigned; Philander 
B. Penny, ensign and paymaster, vice Concklin, promoted. 

Captains — Richard Kain, vice Cunningham, resigned; Henry T. 
Kiersted, vice Duryee, resigned; Benjamin H. Jones, vice Waldron, 
resigned; John Wood, junior, vice Collard, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Richard Oakley, vice Kain, promoted; Zebulon W. 
Conklin, vice Kiersted, promoted; Benjamin L. Wallace, vice Jones, 
promoted; Charles B. Webb, vice Wood, promoted; Adolphus Lane, 
vice Stanford, resigned. 

Ensigns — Josiah Savage, vice Oakley, promoted; Francis G. 
Blackford, vice Wallace, promoted; Hay Stevenson, vice Webb, 
promoted; Gilbert Cleland, vice Penny, paymaster; John Debaun, 
vice Lane, promoted; Thomas Duggan. 



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Eighty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Richard Hatfield, colonel, vice Jones, resigned; Thomas L. Ches- 
ter, major, vice Schuyler, moved. 

Captains — William Kemble, vice Wilkes, resigned; Charles A. 
Vandenheuvel, vice Moores, moved; George W. Brnen, vice Chester, 
promoted; Thomas B. Stokes, vice Rickets, promoted; Nicholas 
Low, junior, vice Clark, resigned; James Timpson, vice Vanden- 
heuvel, quartermaster. 

Lieutenants — Abraham Depeyster, vice Kemble, promoted; 
Edmund Kortright, vice Vandenheuvel, promoted; Charles W. 
Sandford, vice Bruen, promoted; William H. Harison, vice Stokes, 
promoted; Abraham Ogden, vice Harison, promoted; Ogden Ham- 
mond, vice Low, promoted; Horatio Gates Lewis, vice Timpson, 
promoted; Meredith Ogden, vice Hammond, aid. 

Ensigns — George Turnbull, vice Depeyster, promoted; Henry 
Hone, vice Kortright, promoted; James Gifrmg, vice Sandford, 
promoted. 

One Hundred and Sixth regiment of infantry: 

Charles Keeler, lieutenant colonel, vice Weed, resigned; Aaron 
Sargeant, major, vice Keeler, promoted. 

Simeon M. Tompkins, captain, vice Klock, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Benjamin Moore, vice Clendining, resigned; James 
J. Tredwell, vice Tompkins, promoted; William H. LeRoy, vice 
Anderson, moved. 

Ensigns — Henry Knevells, vice Moore, promoted; William B. 
Ireland, vice Tredwell, promoted. 

One Hundred and Fifteenth regiment of infantry: 

James Oakley, lieutenant colonel, vice Hatfield, promoted; Jacob 
Ricketts, junior, major, vice Oakley, promoted. 



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2oo6 Annual Report of the 

Captains — William Timpson, vice Sargeant, promoted; Frederick 
Depeyster. junior, vice Englehart, under arrest; Timothy J. Bloom- 
field, vice Depeyster, brigade paymaster; Robert Strong, vice Mart- 
ling, resigned; Thomas Lord, vice Bloomfield, adjutant; Frederick 
Pentz, junior, vice Young, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Charles Hepburn, vice Timpson, promoted; Jacob 
A. Roome, vice Depeyster, promoted; Martenus Schoonmaker, vice 
Bloomfield, promoted; John Mount, vice Strong, promoted; Aaron 
Fountain, vice Lord, promoted; Peter Stuyvesant, vice Pentz, pro- 
moted; Henry Ferris, vice Tilton, resigned. 

Ensigns — John W. Sistare, vice Hepburn, promoted; George 
Scriba, vice Roome, promoted; George Cleaveland, vice Schoon- 
maker, promoted; Reid K. Throckmorton, vice Mount, promoted; 
Joseph Throckmorton, vice Fountain, promoted. 

First brigade of artillery: 

Martin W. Brett, brigade major and inspector, vice Town, pro- 
moted; John M. S. McKnight, assistant hospital surgeon. 

Ninth regiment of artillery: 

Nicholas Haight. adjutant, vice Brett, promoted. 

Captains — John David Wolfe, vice Van Brunt, resigned; Mark 
Dissosway, vice Hone, deceased; John Hasbrook, vice Gerard, 
resigned; Andrew Surre, vice Wilbur, resigned; Martin W. Brett. 

John E. Haight, first lieutenant, vice Dissosway, promoted. 

Second lieutenants — Theophilus Anthony, vice Haight, promoted; 
James E. Van Antwerp, vice Riblet, resigned; Manning Steele, vice 
Hasbrook, promoted; Jacob Isaacs; Job G. Williams; William 
Westerfield; Elias Fountain; John J. Earle. 

Third regiment of artillery: 

John Baxter, surgeon's mate. 



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Captains — Matthew Lane, rank from April 24, 1818, vice Smith, 
resigned; John Triglar, vice Valentine, resigned; Anthony W. Jones, 
vice Dally, resigned; James Reynolds, vice Weed, resigned. 

First lieutenants — Benjamin E. Smith, vice Lane, promoted; John 
P. Fink, vice Triglar, promoted; George Newson, vice Jones, pro- 
moted; David L. Burlock, vice Reynolds, promoted. 

Second lieutenants — Walter Durbrow, vice Finch, promoted; 
Philo Hoyt, vice Smith, promoted; William Burtis, vice Newson, 
promoted; Leonard Reed, vice Burlock, promoted; Samuel F. 
Haviland. 

John J. Fink, cornet, vice Durbrow, promoted. 

Eleventh regiment of artillery: 

William Kumbel, major, vice Humbert, resigned. 

Captains — Jacob Hunter, vice Kumbel, promoted; Mathias 
O'Connor, vice Bolles, resigned; Gilbert Hopkins, vice Coles, 
resigned; Charles Hull, vice Wolfe, resigned; Thomas Cooper, vice 
Remmey, resigned; William Mix, junior, vice Van Bokkelm, 
resigned. 

First lieutenants — Irad Hawley, vice Hopkins, promoted; Jacob 
M. Vreeland, vice Cooper, promoted; Samuel D. Jackson, vice 
Hunter, promoted; Frost Thorne; John D. Wilson, vice O'Connor, 
promoted; Peter D. Turcott, vice Hull, promoted. 

Second lieutenants — Samuel Kissam, vice Jackson, promoted; 
John Mount, vice Vreeland, promoted; Anthony Chappel, vice 
Hawley, promoted; John S. Manning. 

John J. Gautz, captain; Philip P. Lockwood, first lieutenant. 

Second regiment of artillery: 

Charles Town, colonel, vice Baehr, resigned; Timothy Mills, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Town, promoted; John Ferris, major, vice Mills, 
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Second lieutenants — Thomas Grennel, Riere Pardessus, George 
Duryee, Underbill Halstead, William Todd. 

Captains — James A. Moore, vice Skidmore, resigned; George 
Carroll, vice Harris, moved. 

Fourteenth regiment of artillery: 

Theodore F. Brett, lieutenant colonel, vice McKenna, resigned; 
John J. Ditmas, major, vice Brett, promoted; William W. Phillips, 
chaplain, vice Howe, resigned. 

John Meserole, captain, vice Ditmas, promoted; Henry P. Beers, 
first lieutenant, vice Jewett, resigned. 

Second lieutenants — Benjamin P. Benson, vice Beers, promoted; 
John Remsen, vice Hagerman, resigned; Charles M. Graham, junior. 

Cornets — Levi Hart, Isaac M. Hand. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

Thirteenth regiment of artillery: 

Job Hoyt, captain; Samuel S. Osborn, first lieutenant; Samuel 
Austin, junior, second lieutenant. 

ONONDAGA COUNTY. 

Eighteenth division of infantry: 

Henry Seymour, division inspector; George Hall, judge advocate; 
Amos P. Granger, quartermaster; Simeon West, paymaster. 

Ordered, that the military commissions issued during the present 
session of the Council be considered as issued on the 27th of March 
with a view to the preservation of equal claims to rank unless other- 
wise directed. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Samuel L. Mitchill, surgeon general of the militia. 

SUFFOLK COUNTY. 

First division of infantry: 
John Floyd, major general. 



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NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Second division of infantry: 

Daniel S. Grisvvold, judge advocate; Charles King, inspector; 
Benjamin U. Coles, quartermaster; Charles Mapes, paymaster. 

QUEENS COUNTY. 

Third division of infantry: 
Jeremiah J. Drake, judge advocate. 

DUTCHESS COUNTY. 

Seventh division of infantry: 

James Tallmadge, junior, major general; Hilen Rudd, inspector; 
Thomas J. Oakley, judge advocate; Jeremiah M. Conklin, quarter- 
master; John W. Wheeler, paymaster; John Cooper, hospital 
surgeon. 

Twentieth brigade of infantry: 

Nathaniel P. Tallmadge, judge advocate. 

COLUMBIA COUNTY. 

Eighth division of infantry: 

Peter J. Vosburgh, major general. 

Twelfth brigade of infantry: 

Jacob R. Van Rensselaer, brigadier general. 

Forty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

James Fleming, colonel. 

GREENE COUNTY. 

Thirty-seventh brigade of infantry : 
Jehiel Tuttle, brigadier general. 
One Hundred and Sixteenth regiment of infantry: 
James Robertson, colonel; Enoch Blakeslee, lieutenant colonel; 
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RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Ninth division of infantry: 
Adam Yates, major general. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

James McKown, judge advocate. 
Second regiment of riflemen: 

John Taylor, captain; James Gibbons, lieutenant; James Dunn, 
ensign; Peter C. Gansevoort, lieutenant; Cornelius Egberts, ensign. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Tenth division of infantry: 

Simon DeRidder, major general; John C. Walker, inspector; 
Joseph Boies, judge advocate; Henry Robinson, quartermaster; 
Robert Sackrider, paymaster; Otis Spurr, hospital surgeon. 

Sixteenth brigade of infantry: 

Solomon Place, brigadier general; Irey C. Stevens, paymaster. 

One Hundred and Fifty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Jacob H. Van Schaick, colonel; Walter DeRidder, lieutenant 
colonel; Calvin Everest, major; Henry W. Northrop, adjutant. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY. ' 

Twelfth division of infantry- 
Calvin Brittain, major general; William S. Ely, inspector; Micah 
Sterling, judge advocate; Henry Slott, quartermaster; George Spaf- 
ford. paymaster; Leonard M. Davis, hospital surgeon. 
Fourth brigade of infantry : 
Benjamin Wright, inspector. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

Thirteenth division of infantry: 
Timothy Baker, inspector. 






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MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Fourteenth division of infantry: 

Richard Dodge, major general; John K. Page (John Keyes 
Paige), judge advocate. 

SARATOGA COUNTY. 

Fifteenth division of infantry: 

John L. Viele, inspector; James Van Schoonhoven, judge advo- 
cate; Cyrus Johnson, hospital surgeon; William Tayler, quarter- 
master. 

ONONDAGA COUNTY. 

Eighteenth division of infantry: 
John Ellis, major general. 
Twenty-seventh brigade of infantry : 
Thaddeus M. Wood, brigadier general. 

BROOME COUNTY. 

Nineteenth division of infantry: 
Ansel Goodrich, major general. 

TIOGA COUNTY. 

Twentieth division of infantry: 
Matthew Carpenter, major general. 

CAYUGA COUNTY. 

Twenty-first division of infantry: 

Eli Matson, major general; Stephen Van Anden, quartermaster; 
Joseph L. Richardson, paymaster; Ira H. Smith, hospital surgeon; 
Ebenezer S. Beach, inspector. 

Seventh brigade of infantry: 

Ebenezer S. Beach, brigadier general; Henry Kennedy, inspector; 
Richard L. Smith, judge advocate. 



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2012 Annual Report of the 

One Hundred and Fifty-eighth regiment of infantry: 
Moses Wisner, colonel; Henry R. Brinckerhoff, lieutenant colonel; 
Isaac Barnum, major. 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

Twenty-third division of infantry: 
Worthy L. Churchill, major general. 
Sixth brigade of infantry: 
William A. Mills, brigadier general. 

NIAGARA COUNTY. 

Twenty-fourth division of infantry: 
William Warren, major general. 
Fifth brigade of infantry : 
Sumner Warren, brigadier general. 

STEUBEN COUNTY. 

Twenty-fifth division of infantry: 

Samuel S. Haight, major general; William B. Rochester, judge 
advocate. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

Thirty-third regiment of infantry: 
Joseph Clark, lieutenant. 

STEUBEN COUNTY. 

First brigade of infantry: 

Daniel Cruger, brigadier general; William W. McCay, judge 
advocate. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Third regiment of cavalry: 
John T. Cooper, adjutant. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 
Division of artillery: 

Samuel Stevens, judge advocate. 



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genesee county. 
Seventh regiment of artillery: 

Isaac Tice, captain, vice Cowen, resigned; Worthy Waters, junior, 
first lieutenant; Asahel Heath, second lieutenant. 
Joseph Towner, captain. 
In the militia of this state: 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Matthew Trotter, major general. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Major generals— Cadwallader D. Colden, Robert Bogardus, 
Edward W. Laight. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Eleventh brigade of infantry: 
Benjamin Chamberlin, judge advocate. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

The Commander-in-chief having raised by brevet Solomon Van 
Rensselaer to the rank of major general in the militia of the state 
on account of his distinguished gallantry and public spirit in the 
military service of his country and especially during the late war on 
the Niagara frontier, therefore, 

Resolved, that the said brevet be confirmed and that a com- 
mission issue to him as major general accordingly in the militia of 
this state. 

SENECA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Twenty-eighth regiment of infantry: 
John De Mott, lieutenant colonel, vice Brooks, promoted; John 
Montgomery, major, vice Scott, declining; Cornelius Post, adjutant, 
vice Halsey, moved; John L. Eastman, surgeon, vice Delavan, 
resigned; Peter Covert, surgeon's mate, vice Brown, resigned. 



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2014 Annual Report of the 

Captains — Samuel Almy, vice Kelly, resigned; Aaron Miller, vice 
I. Miller, resigned; Charles Combs, vice Sutton, declined; James 
DeMott, vice Himroot, moved; Joseph Bailey, vice Reynolds, 
moved. 

Lieutenants — John Kelly, vice Almy, promoted; Simeon McLaf- 
ferty, vice Conklin, declined; Clinton Johnson, vice Bailey, 
promoted. 

Ensigns — Gad Sheldon, vice Kelly, promoted; James Martin; 
John C. Casterline, vice Lemon, declined; James Osburn, vice 
Brown, promoted; Abraham Van Doren, vice Post, promoted; Wil- 
liam Yerkes, vice Johnson, promoted; Samuel Benson, vice Halsey, 
promoted. 

One Hundred and Second regiment: 

Archalus Gates, surgeon, vice Royce, promoted; George B. Elliott, 
surgeon's mate. 

Captains — John C. Gates, vice Doremus, resigned; John Burton. 

Lieutenants — William Larzelere, Joseph Gardner. 

Ensigns — Jonathan Delany, Silas A. Wade, Halsey Whitehead, 
Henry McCartney. 

A new regiment organized in the county of Seneca consisting 
of Major John Furlong's battalion and part of the One Hundred 
and Second regiment and denominated the One Hundred and 
Eighty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

John Furlong, colonel; John Selfridge, lieutenant colonel; 
Annanias Wells, major, vice Furlong, promoted. 

Captains — Sanford Sisson, vice Selfridge, promoted; Valentine 
Crager, vice Wells, promoted. 

Moses Clark, lieutenant, vice Sisson, promoted; George Thomp- 
son, ensign, vice Clark, promoted; Benjamin Hall, lieutenant; James 
Covel, ensign; Abram Crager, lieutenant, vice C. Crager, pro- 



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moted; Chancy Bishop, lieutenant, vice Aldridge, resigned; Orren 
Moore, ensign vice Bishop, promoted; John Woodruff, lieutenant; 
Adonijah H. Fairchild, ensign; Joseph Spencer, lieutenant; Ethan 
W. Allen, ensign, vice Spencer, promoted. 

Jerry G. Blasdell, captain. 

Thirty-eighth brigade of infantry : 

John D. Coe, quartermaster, vice DeMott, promoted; Pierre Bar- 
ker, paymaster; Asgill Gibbs, judge advocate. 

Twenty-first division of infantry: 

Samuel Birdsall, judge advocate. 

One Hundred and Eighty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Riflemen — William Graham, captain; Matthias D. Coons, first 
lieutenant; Richard J. Trowbridge, second lieutenant; Thomas H. 
Woodward, ensign. 

CLINTON, ESSEX AND FRANKLIN COUNTIES. 

Fifteenth regiment of cavalry: 

Theodorus Ross, colonel, with rank from June 22, 1818, being 
appointed by mistake to the Fourteenth regiment; Gilead Sperry, 
lieutenant colonel; Sampson Smith, major; Thomas Hubbard, adju- 
tant; Jonathan K. Wood, paymaster; William Beaumont, surgeon. 

Hiram Safford, captain, vice Sperry, promoted; Mathur M. Stan- 
dish, first lieutenant, vice Safford, promoted; Harman Graves, sec- 
ond lieutenant, vice Standish, promoted; John Mallory, cornet, vice 
Graves, promoted. 

Selah Westcott, captain, vice Smith, promoted; Benjamin Baxter, 
first lieutenant; James Eastbrook, second lieutenant; Aaron Ismond, 
cornet. 

Joshua Holcomb, captain, vice McKenzie; William McKenzie, 
first lieutenant; Robert McKenzie, second lieutenant; Levi Rhodes, 
cornet. 



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Henry Graves, first lieutenant; Truman Nye, second lieutenant; 
Henry Gregory, cornet; Warren Briggs, second lieutenant; Benja- 
min Clark, cornet. 

ESSEX COUNTY. 

Ninth regiment of infantry: 

Amos Nichols, quartermaster, vice Morse, resigned; Samuel Bug- 
bee, junior, surgeon's mate, vice Lyon, moved. 

Ebenezer Hopkins, captain, vice Scott, moved; John Sisson, lieu- 
tenant, vice Hopkins, promoted; Alander Sturdevant, ensign, vice 
Sisson, promoted; Jedediah Edgerton, junior, lieutenant, vice Bar- 
ker, resigned; Edward Staunton, ensign, vice Edgerton, promoted; 
Wilder Butterfield, lieutenant, vice Staunton, moved; Latan Hil- 
dreth, ensign, vice Butterfield, promoted. 

Thirty-seventh regiment of infantry. 

Gardner Stow, adjutant. 

John B. Cuyler, lieutenant, vice Morehouse, promoted; Abraham 
Chase, ensign, vice Cuyler, promoted; Cheney Burpee, ensign. 

Asa Leet, captain; Chester Taylor, lieutenant; John Greely, junior, 
ensign; James D. Stevenson, ensign. 

Jacob Lobdell, captain of riflemen. 

Battalion of infantry in the county of Essex lately commanded by 
Major Daniel Blish: 

Allen Peck, major, vice Blish, resigned. 

Charles B. Prindle, adjutant, vice Finch, promoted. 

Charles Malbone, junior, captain. 

Lieutenants — Apollos Thayer, Fisk Taylor, Ephraim Boynton. 

Ensigns — Leverit Mallory, Joel T. Ridout, Joel Peck. 

Phineas Brown, lieutenant; Seth Johnson, ensign. 

Riflemen — John Finch, captain; John Otis, second, lieutenant; 
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Joseph Hull, captain. 

Battalion of infantry in the county of Essex commanded by Lieu- 
tenant Colonel Thomas Leland: 

Resolved K. Baker, surgeon's mate, vice Hale, deceased. 

Fortieth brigade of infantry: 

Simeon Dryden, assistant hospital surgeon. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fifty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Nathaniel J. Potter, quartermaster, vice DeRidder, promoted; 
William H. Van Schaick, paymaster, vice Ingals, promoted; Oliver 
Norton, surgeon, vice Mosher, promoted; Charles R. Mosher, sur- 
geon's mate, vice Norton, promoted. 

Orsburn Wilson, lieutenant, vice Northrop, promoted; Tristram 
Corlis, ensign, vice Wilson, promoted; Alexander Robinson, ensign,, 
vice Whiteside, declined. 

Fiftieth regiment of infantry: 

John McNaughton, major, vice Scott, resigned. 

John McFarland, captain, vice McNaughton, promoted; Malcom 
McNaughton, lieutenant, vice McFarland, promoted; James Steel, 
ensign, vice McNaughton, promoted. 

Leonard Church, captain, vice Gray, resigned; Ansel Estee, 
ensign, vice Church, promoted; Moses McDougall, lieutenant, vice 
Todd, moved. 

Ensigns — Isaac Paddock, vice Pattin, declined; Marble Hewitt, 
vice McDonald, declined; Timothy N. Allen, vice Tomb, moved. 

One Hundred and Fourteenth regiment of infantry: 

Danforth Billings, adjutant, vice Rice, promoted; Robert Kerr, 

paymaster, vice Robinson, resigned; Philip V. N. Morris, surgeon, 

vice Mallery, moved; Mathew Stevenson, surgeon's mate, vice Mal- 

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Captains — Henry Rice, vice Scott, promoted; Dyer Pierce, vice 
Norton, moved. 

Ozias Dix, lieutenant, vice Pierce, promoted; Michael F. Palmer, 
ensign, vice Briggs, declining. 

Derick Van Ycghten, captain, vice Edie, resigned; Jacob Vanden- 
burgh, lieutenant, vice VanVeghten, promoted; Philip V. N. Smith, 
ensign, vice Flanders, declining. 

One Hundred and Eighteenth regiment of infantry: 

Simeon Z. Henry, surgeon, vice Rood, moved; William K. Scott, 
surgeon's mate, vice Henry, promoted. 

Alexander Southerland, captain, vice Powell, resigned; John 
Galutia, lieutenant, vice Southerland, promoted; Philip Eastman, 
ensign, vice Galutia, promoted. 

Alexander Fullerton, captain, vice Allen, moved; Archibald J. 
Gilchrist, lieutenant, vice Fullerton, promoted. 

James McDougall, captain, vice Leigh, resigned; Nicholas Mcln- 
tyre, lieutenant, vice McDougall, promoted; John Graham, ensign, 
vice Mclntyre, promoted. 

Riflemen — Lodewicus S. Viele, captain; Simon Chubb, lieutenant; 
John Crocker, ensign. 

Samuel McMillen, ensign. 

Sixteenth brigade of infantry: 

Jonathan Mosher, assistant hospital surgeon. 

Seventeenth brigade of infantry: 

Thomas A. Sherwood, paymaster; John H. Hitchcock, quarter- 
master. 

One Hundred and Fifty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Luther Fletcher, surgeon, vice Spurr, promoted; Richard H. 
Standish, paymaster, vice Chandler, moved. 

Riflemen — Edward Bulkeley, captain, vice Sackrider, promoted; 



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John Fish, lieutenant, vice Bulkeley, promoted; Numan Spicer, 
ensign, vice Fish, promoted. 

One Hundred and Seventy-fifth regiment of infantry: 
Benjamin Hyde, captain, vice Whitney, deceased; Thomas Kins- 
man, lieutenant, vice Hyde, promoted; Horace M. F. Smith, ensign, 
vice Kinsman, promoted. 

WARREN AND WASHINGTON COUNTIES. 

Twenty-third regiment of infantry: 

Shadrach F. Mead, quartermaster, vice Harris, moved; Nathan 
Tubbs, surgeon's mate. 

John Estee, captain, vice Pierce, moved; Jacob Winter, lieutenant, 
vice Estee, promoted; Rufus Anderson, ensign, vice Winter, 
promoted. 

Archibald Washburn, captain, vice Barber, moved; Aulton Nel- 
son, lieutenant; Jacob Wilcox, ensign. 

David Woodward, captain, vice Bishop, moved; Levi F. Pasco, 
lieutenant, vice Thurman, declined; Miles B. Warren, ensign; Wil- 
liam Griffin, lieutenant, vice Wickes, declined; David Cameron, 
ensign, vice Griffin, promoted. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Twenty-first regiment of infantry: 

Asahel Clark, lieutenant colonel, vice Ostrander, resigned; John 
Helebert, junior, major, vice Thompson, declined; Luther Wait, pay- 
master, vice Sherwood, promoted. 

Light Infantry — Barnet Bond, captain, vice Moss, resigned; 
Epaphras Ransom, lieutenant, vice Bond, promoted; George Smith, 
ensign, vice Ransom, promoted. 

Amos Green, captain, vice Dunham, moved; Ebenezer Bates, 
lieutenant, vice Green, promoted; Tim M. Palmer, ensign, vice 



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Bates, promoted; Thomas Vaughan, lieutenant, vice Barnham, pro- 
moted; James Farr, ensign, vice Degolier, promoted. 

Benjamin Ogden, captain, vice Danford, moved; Alva B. Pitcher r 
lieutenant, vice Ogden, promoted; Lyman Robertson, ensign, vice- 
Pitcher, promoted. 

Riflemen — William Baker, captain, vice Helebert, promoted; Joel 
Winchop, junior, lieutenant, vice Baker, promoted; Alexander Cat- 
lin, ensign, vice Winchop, promoted. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Eleventh brigade of infantry: 

John W. Cady, quartermaster, vice Packard, declined; Adam J, 
Roof, paymaster. 

Thirty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Archibald Mclntyre, lieutenant colonel, vice Hanson, resigned; 
William J. Dodge, major, vice Mclntyre, promoted; Oren Johnson r 
surgeon, vice Read, deceased; Giles H. Fonda, surgeon's mate, vice 
Johnson, promoted; James Campbell, junior, quartermaster, vice 
Veeder, resigned. 

Duncan Clark, captain, vice Artgasinger, resigned; Howland 
Grinnell, lieutenant, vice Clark, promoted; John L. Lobdell, ensign. 

Jesse Smith, captain, vice Meeker, resigned; Servanus Hildreth, 
lieutenant, vice Smith, promoted; James McKevvn, ensign. 

Charles Stewart, captain, vice Dodge, promoted; Peter Car- 
michael, lieutenant, vice Steward, promoted; Alexander Shephard, 
ensign; Jacob Sammons, ensign. 

Light Infantry — Jennison Giles, captain, vice Johnson, moved; 
Abner Johnson, lieutenant, vice Giles, promoted. 

One Hundred and Twenty-second regiment of infantry: 

Charles Brockway, lieutenant colonel, vice Davis, resigned; 






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Samuel Bant, major, vice Brockway, promoted; Sylvanus Palmer, 
chaplain, vice Proudfit, moved. 

Light Infantry — Isaac Thompson, captain, vice Bant, pro- 
moted; Giles P. Tabor, lieutenant, vice Thompson, promoted; 
Samuel Manchester, ensign, vice Tabor, promoted. 

William Martin, ensign, vice Curtis, moved; Albert Marsellus, 
lieutenant, vice Riggs, resigned; George H. Tuttle, ensign, vice Mar- 
sellus, promoted; Alexander McFarlin, ensign, vice Woodworth, 
moved. 

William Fonda, captain, vice Wait, resigned; Daniel Durfey, lieu- 
tenant, vice Fonda, promoted. 

Luther Wheeler, captain, vice Wilson, resigned; Erastus Thorp, 
lieutenant, vice Wilson, resigned; Enoch Honeywell, ensign, vice 
Wheeler, promoted. 

Light Infantry — John L. Francisco, captain, vice Overacker, 
moved; Josiah Wadsworth, lieutenant; Andrew Isdall, ensign. 

Walter Waite, ensign. 

One Hundred and Thirty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

John Holmes, surgeon, vice Webster, promoted; John Shuler, 
surgeon's mate, vice Holmes, promoted; Robert G. Nellis, pay- 
master, vice Roof, promoted. 

Robert Hall, captain, vice Failing, resigned; John G. Snyder, 
lieutenant, vice Hall, promoted. 

Ensigns — Jacob G. Walraudt, vice Snyder, promoted; Peter P. 
Quackenbush, vice Walradt, resigned; Daniel Bellinger, vice Reed, 
promoted; David Hackney (of riflemen), vice Garlock, moved. 

Nineteenth regiment of infantry: 

George G. Eacker, colonel, vice Cook, resigned; Henry Markell, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Eacker, promoted; John C. Lipe, major, vice 
Shaver, resigned. 



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Nicholas Waggoner, adjutant, vice Lipe. promoted. 

Christopher Klock, captain, vice Failing, resigned; Cornelius W~ 
Beekman, lieutenant, vice Klock, promoted; John A. Failing, ensign, 
vice Beekman, promoted. 

Martinus J. Dillenback, captain, vice Cook, resigned; Frederick 
Shaver, lieutenant, vice Dillenback, promoted; John Quilhot, ensign. 

Daniel Getman, captain, vice Markell, promoted; Henry Tackey, 
lieutenant, vice Getman, promoted; Jacob Hartd, ensign. 

John Gilliland, captain, vice Shaver, resigned; Jacob D. Fox, lieu- 
tenant, vice Gilliland, promoted; Joseph W. Nellis, ensign; George 
Gray, lieutenant; George Waggoner, junior, ensign. 

Peter Ehle, junior, captain, vice Zielly, moved; Daniel A. Lipe, 
lieutenant, vice Ehle, promoted; Peter G. Waggoner, ensign, vice 
Lipe, promoted. 

SARATOGA COUNTY. 

Fifteenth division of infantry: 

Guert Van Schoonhoven, major general, vice Dunning, appointed 
sheriff. 

NIAGARA COUNTY. 

Twelfth regiment of cavalry: 

Sylvanus Marvin, second lieutenant; John Hutchinson, cornet. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Seventy-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Barton Warren, captain, vice Towsen, resigned; Thomas Wilber, 

lieutenant, vice Warren, promoted; Thomas Congdon, ensign, vice 

Wilber, promoted. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Fifth regiment of infantry: 

Morrison Taylor, paymaster, vice Bull, resigned. 



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greene county. 

One Hundred and Twentieth regiment of infantry: 

Abraham Overbagh, captain, vice J. Overbagti, resigned; Christeo 
O'Brien, lieutenant, vice Overbagh, promoted. 

Sylvester Nicolls, captain, vice Green, resigned; Charles B. Ben- 
ton, lieutenant, vice Wells, resigned; Ira Canfield, ensign, vice 
O'Brien, promoted; William F. Fraser, ensign. 

Abraham Van Vechten, captain, vice Baker, resigned; Addision 
Porter, lieutenant, vice Van Vechten, promoted; George G. Harden- 
bergh, ensign, vice Porter, promoted. 

Riflemen — Jesse Adams, lieutenant, vice Hamilton, moved away; 
Henry Bagley, ensign, vice Adams, promoted. ' 

George G. Hardenbergh, lieutenant; Barent Dubois, junior, 
ensign. 

Sixth regiment of infantry: 

Peter Groom, lieutenant colonel, vice VanBergen, declined; Bar- 
tholomew Gedney, major, vice Groom, promoted. 

Light Infantry — Ambrose Kirtland, captain, vice Wilcox, 
moved; Samuel King, lieutenant, vice Kirtland, promoted; Russell 
Judson, ensign, vice King, promoted. 

Jonathan Miller, captain, vice Gedney, promoted; Absalom Ged- 
ney, lieutenant; Jesse Miller, ensign. 

Isaac McCagg, captain, vice Vandebergh, resigned; Michael 
Bronk, lieutenant; Abraham H. Houghtailing, ensign. 

One Hundred and Sixteenth regiment of infantry : 

Levi H. Alden, adjutant, vice Babcock, moved; Horace V. Beach, 
surgeon; Samuel Baldwin, paymaster, vice Rowley, promoted. 

William Stimpson, captain, vice Hitchcock, promoted; Lemuel C. 
Stimpson, lieutenant, vice Stimpson; Justin Brainard, ensign, vice 
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Daniel Rowley, captain, vice Van Valkenburgh, moved; Benjamin 
Mabin, lieutenant, vice Rowley, promoted. 

Ensigns — John Klein, vice Mabin, promoted; Orrin Parsons; 
Abraham Brewer, vice McGregor, promoted. 

John L. Decker, captain, vice Kingsley, declined; Burl White, 
lieutenant, vice Decker, promoted; Frederick Tiel, ensign, vice 
Davenport, promoted. 

Henry Lara way, captain, vice Becker, resigned; George Weeks, 
lieutenant, vice Sole, resigned; Laban R. Robinson, ensign. 

One Hundred and Tenth regiment of infantry: 

Peter Coonley, captain, vice Shear, resigned; Leonard Coonley, 
lieutenant; Leonard Woodbeck, lieutenant; Archibald Stevens, 
junior, ensign. 

Fifth regiment of artillery: 

Wells Finch, captain, vice Reynolds, moved; Ambrose C. 
Blakesly, first lieutenant, vice Finch, promoted; John Miller, second 
lieutenant, vice Blakesly, promoted. 

One Hundred and Twentieth regiment. 

Casper Van Loon, captain; William F. Fraser, lieutenant; Samuel 
Miller, junior, ensign. 

Forty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Frederick Plank, lieutenant colonel, vice Reynolds, moved; 
Cyrenus Linnen, major, vice Plank, promoted; Daniel D. Howe, 
adjutant, vice Wildie, resigned; Charles S. Hitchcock, quartermaster, 
vice Howe; Amos Botsford, surgeon, vice Hart, resigned. 

Lyman Strong, captain, vice Stocking, moved; Deliverance B. 
Harvey, lieutenant, vice Strong, promoted; Ambrose Chapman, 
ensign, vice Harvey, promoted. 

William McHinch, captain, vice Fiero, resigned; Peter Schermer- 
horn, lieutenant, vice McHinch, promoted; Jacob Petre, ensign, vice 
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William L. Norton, captain, vice Stanton, resigned; John Green, 
lieutenant, vice Norton, promoted; Mather Williams, ensign, vice 
Greene, promoted; Abel Avery, lieutenant, vice Root, moved; Orrin 
Linsley, ensign, vice Avery, promoted; Gilbert Pierce, ensign; Levi 
Tremain, lieutenant, vice Scovill, resigned; Hiram Carter, ensign, 
vice Tremain, promoted. 

William Darby, captain, vice Linnen, promoted; James Wildie, 
lieutenant, vice Darby, promoted. 

SCHOHARIE COUNTY. 

Ninth regiment of cavalry: 

Elijah Van Horn, major, vice Shaver, promoted. 

Abner Bissell, captain, vice Van Horn, promoted; James Job, 
first lieutenant, vice Bissell, promoted; John Hoagland, second lieu- 
tenant, vice Job, promoted; Dudley Wright, cornet. 

William W. Zimmer, captain, vice Brown, resigned; Walter 
Briggs, junior, first lieutenant, vice Posson, resigned; Henry Her- 
man, second lieutenant; John C. Bouck, cornet. 

RICHMOND COUNTY. 

First regiment of horse artillery: 

James Guyon, colonel, vice Warner, resigned. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Lewis K. Storms, lieutenant colonel, vice Guyon, promoted. 

KINGS COUNTY. 

Winant Bennet, first lieutenant, vice Meller, resigned; David 
Hanson, second lieutenant, vice Bennet, promoted; Peter P. 
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new york county. 

Abraham A. Blauvelt, captain; William Brewer, first lieutenant, 
vice Blauvelt, promoted; John J. Demarest, second lieutenant, vice 
Brewer, promoted; William Coquellet, cornet, vice Demarest, 
promoted. 

Thomas Theall, second lieutenant; John Cairns, cornet, vice 
Theall, promoted. 

Charles Wollen, captain; John McComb, first lieutenant; vice 
Wollen, promoted; William H. Miller, second lieutenant, vice 
McComb, promoted; Thomas Johnson, cornet, vice Miller, 
promoted. 

SCHOHARIE COUNTY. 

Eighteenth regiment of infantry: 

Christian H. Sharer, lieutenant colonel, vice Bouck, promoted; 

William Mann, major, vice Shafer, promoted; Constant Brown, 
adjutant, vice Mann, promoted; James E. McQueen, paymaster, 
vice Shafer, promoted; Joseph Becker, quartermaster, vice Enders, 
resigned. 

Light Infantry — Leonard Smith, lieutenant, vice Warren, 
declined; Peter P. S\vart, ensign. 

Benjamin Lay, captain, vice Lord, moved; John E. Earls, lieu- 
tenant; John Tippit, ensign. 

Hiram Mace, captain, vice Krum, moved; John Krum, junior, 
lieutenant, vice Worden, moved; Harry Bundy, ensign, vice Mace, 
promoted; Barto U. Brewer, lieutenant, vice Becker, declined; Con- 
rad H. Burghard, ensign. 

Robert A. Lamont, captain, vice Dibble, resigned; James Holmes, 
junior, lieutenant, vice Lamont, promoted; Joel Dodge, ensign, vice 
Wolverton, declined. 

James Harden, junior, captain, vice Settle, resigned; William 



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Charles Knox, captain, vice Campbell, resigned; Phineas Rowley, 
lieutenant, vice Knox, promoted ; David Peak, ensign, vice Rowley, 
promoted; Peter Keyser, lieutenant, vice Spoor, moved; John Efnor, 
ensign, vice Best, declined. 

Daniel Larkin, captain, vice Lawrence, resigned; John Little- 
brant, lieutenant, vice Larkin, promoted; Adam Driesback, ensign, 
vice Michals, declined. 

Riflemen— Thomas Bouck, lieutenant, vice Sidniegh, promoted; 
David C. Bouck, ensign, vice Bouck, promoted; Joseph Efner, 
junior, ensign light infantry, vice McQueen, promoted. 

One Hundred and Fourth regiment of infantry: 

Peter Dice, lieutenant colonel, vice Jones, promoted; John Fink, 
major, vice Dice, promoted. 

Daniel Hager, junior, captain, vice Fink, promoted; Stephen 
Badgley, lieutenant, vice Hager, promoted; Francis Winne, ensign. 

John Cornwell, captain, vice Barley, declined; John Mayham, 
lieutenant, vice Cornwell, promoted; Aurey Ferguson, ensign; Miles 
Tyler, lieutenant; James B. Tredwell, ensign. 

One Hundred and Thirteenth regiment of infantry: 

Peter G. Mann, colonel, vice Daniels, resigned; Philip Van Steen- 
bergh, lieutenant colonel, vice Mann, promoted; John Stall, major, 
vice Van Steenbergh, promoted. 

Peter Bellinger, captain; Henry Franie, junior, lieutenant, vice 
Bellinger, promoted; John G. Bouck, ensign, vice Franie, promoted; 
Henry J. Moke, ensign, vice Homes, moved. 

Adam H. Shaffer, captain, vice Warner, moved; Henry Warner, 
lieutenant, vice Shaffer, promoted; Philip Mann, ensign, vice War- 
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David Eldredge. captain, vice Carter, resigned; Newel R. Smithy 
lieutenant, vice Eldredge, promoted; Jacob Bonta, junior, ensign, 
vice Smith, promoted. 

Jacob Rosenbergh, captain, vice Wright, resigned; John Winslow,. 
lieutenant, vice Rosenbergh, promoted: John Sixbe, ensign, vice 
Winslow, promoted. 

Light Infantry — David Brott, captain, vice Shaffer, resigned; 
Peter Van Wie, lieutenant, vice Brott, promoted; Edward Mac- 
Daniel, ensign, vice Van Wie, promoted. 

CORTLAND COUNTY. 

Thirty-sixth brigade of infantry: 

Martin Phelps, brigadier general, vice Keep, resigned; Jedediah 
Barber, paymaster. 

Fifty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Andrew Dickson, colonel, vice Phelps, promoted; Elezer May, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Dickson, promoted; Noah R. Smith, major, 
vice Reynolds; Caleb Ballard, adjutant, vice Rice, declining; William 
Bartlett, paymaster, vice Miles, promoted; John Lynde, surgeon's 
mate, vice Barney, promoted; Sylvester Miles, quartermaster. 

Light Infantry — Elisha Webb, captain, vice May, promoted; 
Andrew Burr, liueutenant, vice Webb, promoted; Silas Dewey, 
ensign, vice Burr, promoted. 

Rufus Beach, captain, vice Smith, promoted; Harrison Bishop, 
lieutenant, vice Beach, promoted; Miles Morgan, ensign, vice Bishop, 
promoted. 

Gersham Richardson, captain, vice Wilcox, resigned; Jesse Bur- 
diet, lieutenant, vice Richards, promoted; John Maxam, ensign, vice 
Randall, moved: Harry McGraw, ensign, vice Goble, declined. 

One Hundred and Twenty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Samuel G. Hatheway, colonel, vice Wheeler, resigned; Robert 



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Watson, lieutenant colonel, vice Hathaway, promoted; Samuel Buel, 
major, vice Watson, promoted; Azariel Blanchard, adjutant; Rufus 
Rice, quartermaster; Harry Keeler, paymaster. 

Rufus Dunham, captain, vice Buel, promoted; Timothy Hurlbert, 
lieutenant, vice Dunham, promoted; Jesse Wilcox, ensign, vice 
Hurlbert, promoted. 

Elijah E. Benjamin, captain, vice Kinney, moved; Henry Patrick, 
lieutenant, vice Benjamin, promoted; Thomas Hambleton, ensign, 
vice Patrick, promoted. 

Riflemen — Rufus Fremon, captain, vice Vincent, moved; Thomas 
Buel, lieutenant, vice Fremon, promoted; Joseph S. Burdick, ensign. 

A new regiment organized from part of the Fifty-eighth regiment 
and to be denominated the One Hundred and Eighty-seventh regi- 
ment of infantry: 

Joseph Reynolds, colonel; Nicholas Aker, lieutenant colonel; 
Jacob Hemmingway, major; Alvan Ryon, surgeon; Mordecai Law, 
surgeon's mate. 

Grove Cooley, captain, vice Hemmingway, promoted; John Morse, 
lieutenant, vice Titus, resigned; John Valentine, ensign, vice Clap, 
moved. 

William Sharp, captain, vice Green, resigned; Joseph Green, lieu- 
tenant, vice Sharp, promoted; Job Blanchard, ensign, vice Green, 
promoted. 

Solomon Baker, junior, captain, vice Aker, promoted; Walton 
Sweatland, lieutenant, vice Baker, promoted; Isaac Robinson, 
ensign, vice Sweatland, promoted. 

Silas Root, captain, vice Dwight, resigned; Alonson Brown, lieu- 
tenant, vice Root, promoted; James Punderford, ensign, vice Brown, 
promoted. 

Adam Palmer, captain, vice Lovel, resigned; Joseph Rankin, lieu- 



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tenant, vice Palmer, promoted; John Turner, ensign, vice Ranking 
promoted. 

Fifty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

John J. Adams, major, vice Smith, sheriff. 

Lizer B. Canfield. captain, vice Beach, moved; William H. War- 
ner, captain, vice Adams, promoted; Joseph Crofoot, lieutenant, vice 
Warner, promoted; Horatio Howard, ensign, vice Crofoot, pro- 
moted. 

One Hundred and Eighty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Light Infantry — James Punderford, captain; John Locke, lieu- 
tenant; John Kingman, junior, ensign. 

Thirteenth regiment of cavalry: 

Chauncey Keep, captain, vice Hoar, resigned; Tarcius Ells, first 
lieutenant, vice Keep, promoted; Roswell Stebbins, second lieuten- 
ant, vice Vandenburgh, resigned;- Samuel Noyes, cornet, vice Bal- 
lard, resigned. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

In the militia of this state: 
DeWitt Clinton, junior, an ensign. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Ninth division of infantry: 

Barent Schuyler, inspector; John Woodworth, junior, paymaster; 
William Boyd, quartermaster; Thomas Turner, junior, and David S, 
Wendell, aides-de-camp to the major general. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

Fortieth regiment of infantry: 

Samuel Donaldson, paymaster. 

Smith Brayton, ensign, vice Bendy, declined. 



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essex county. 
Ninth regiment of infantry: 
John Harris, major, vice Bailey, resigned. 

Minor Benjamin, captain, vice Harris, promoted; William 
Goncher, lieutenant, vice Benjamin, promoted; John Bliss, ensign. 

ROCKLAND COUNTY. 

Twenty-ninth brigade of infantry: 

Solomon Waring, paymaster; Ralph J. Bush, assistant hospital 
surgeon. 

Eighty-third regiment of infantry: 

Peter Young, captain; John J. Denoyelles, lieutenant. 

Ensigns — John Lyon, Charles Fullwood, Robert Denoyelles. 

One Hundred and Sixtieth regiment of infantry: 

Anthony May, captain; Harman Goetchius, lieutenant; John Pol- 
hamus, surgeon; James Frederick, ensign. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

Thirty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Alfred Mead, adjutant, vice Mead, promoted; Tyler Fountain, 
quartermaster, vice Mead, promoted; James Lockwood, surgeon, 
vice Sacket, promoted. 

Joshua Ambler, captain, vice Miller, resigned; Jared Lyon, lieu- 
tenant, vice Lyon, resigned; John Holms, ensign, vice Seth Lyon, 

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resigned; Daniel Woolsey, lieutenant, vice Sarles, resigned; Stephen 
Clark, ensign, vice Woolsey, promoted; Molby Webster, lieutenant, 
vice Lockwood, moved; Rufus Fancher, ensign, vice Webster. 

Fifteenth brigade of infantry: 

Thomas Mead, paymaster. 

Fourth division of infantry: 

James Cooper, paymaster. 



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orange county. 

Third brigade of cavalry: 

George F. Talman, judge advocate. 

Second regiment of cavalry : 

William Ecker, major, vice Hill, resigned; John Barber, adjutant, 
vice Williams, resigned; Alexander Crawford, quartermaster, vice 
Bruny, promoted; Samuel Williams, paymaster, vice Wallace, re- 
signed; Alexander Crawford, quartermaster, vice Bruyn, promoted. 

Captains — Charles Bruyn, vice Dickinson, declined; Nathaniel P. 
Hill (with rank from April 24, 1818), vice Miliken; Richard Jen- 
nings, vice Watkins, resigned; Nathaniel Dubois, vice Ecker, pro- 
moted. 

James Hunt, first lieutenant, vice Dubois, promoted; Lewis D. 
Lockwood, second lieutenant, vice Hunt, promoted; Obadiah 
Brown, cornet, vice Lockwood, promoted. 

James Waugh, first lieutenant, vice Decay, resigned; Daniel 
WcNeal, second lieutenant, vice Hill, promoted; Henry D. Crist, 
cornet, vice Houston, resigned. 

Samuel Heard, first lieutenant, vice Woodhull, resigned; John 
Woodruff, junior, second lieutenant; Charles B. Durland, cornet. 

Charles Bruyn, captain, vice Dickerson, declined; John G. Har- 
denbergh, first lieutenant, vice Hasbrook, resigned; John E. Bogar- 
dus, second lieutenant, vice Dubois, resigned; Abraham S. Dubois, 
cornet. 

SCHENECTADY COUNTY. 

Third regiment of cavalry: 

Adam V. S. Thorn, lieutenant colonel. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. i 

Woostcr Brookins, major. : 



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albany county. 
Jacob Hallenback, first lieutenant; Henry C. Shaver, second lieu- 
tenant; Michael Waggoner, cornet. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Augustus A. Whitney, captain; Moses Warren, first lieutenant, 
vice Ford, resigned; James Parcy, second lieutenant, vice Briggs, 
resigned; Gideon Lawton, cornet. 

SCHENECTADY COUNTY. 

John G. Van Voast, first lieutenant ; Tennis Tymeson, second lieu- 
tenant; Peter H. Brooks, cornet. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

John Follet, captain; John Myers, first lieutenant; Stephen Yates, 
second lieutenant; John Banker, cornet. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Eighty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

John DeWitt, chaplain; Andrew Kirk, quartermaster, vice Han- 
sen, resigned; Peter Van Olinda, surgeon's mate, vice Chatterton, 
moved. 

Hezekiah Scoville, captain, vice Ten Eyck, promoted; Alanson 
Jermain, lieutenant, vice Scoville, promoted. 

Ensigns — Richard Varick DeWitt, vice VanVechten, promoted; 
William Piatt, vice Jermain, promoted; George Campbell, vice Dorr, 
declined; Jacob Vandenbergh, vice Marvin, declined; Richard 
Knowlsen, vice Shumway, declined; Bayard E. Hand, vice Miller, 
declined. 

One Hundred and Fifty-second regiment of infantry: 

Captains — Nelson Simkins, vice Rhead, moved; Lewis Fancher, 
vice S. Fancher, moved; Frederick Basler, junior, vice Ball, resigned. 
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Lieutenants — William Rinehardt; Stephen H. Doty, vice Sim- 
kins, promoted; Daniel Sisson; Johan Jost Sand, vice Fred Basler,. 
promoted. 

Ensigns — Peter Sand; Daniel Crippen, vice Fancher, promoted; 
William Brunk, vice Rinehardt, promoted; Zebulon Holdridge. 

One Hundred and Thirty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Hooper dimming, chaplain; Lucas J. Witbeck, paymaster; Mat- 
thew Fort, quartermaster; Myndert W. McKinne, surg-eon's mate. 

Casparus F. Pruyn, captain, vice Roff, resigned; Henry Dyer, 
lieutenant, vice Pruyn, promoted; W T illiam Meadon, ensign, vice 
Dyer, promoted. 

Ethal Enos, captain; Andrew D. Lansing, lieutenant, vice Enos, 
promoted; William G. Broesbeck, ensign, vice Lansing, promoted. 

Twenty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Charles L. Mulford, captain, vice Russ, resigned; Rufus Wood- 
ford, lieutenant, vice Mulford, promoted; James Pierson, ensign; 
Frederick Rosekrans, lieutenant, vice Patrie, moved; Franklin 
Foster, ensign. 

Stephen St. John, captain. 

One Hundred and Fiftieth regiment of infantry: 

Thomas Holliday, chaplain. 

Gershom Hungerford, captain, vice Aleman, moved; Benjamin 
Johnson, lieutenant. 

Ensigns — Minard Relyea, Flenry R. Furbeck, Jacob I. LeGrange. 

DELAWARE COUNTY. 

Twenty-fifth brigade of infantry: 

William Jackson, paymaster; George W. Paige, assistant hospital 
surgeon; Selah R. Hobby, judge advocate. 
Sixty-ninth regiment of infantry: 
Amasa Parker, colonel, vice Dewey, resigned; Samuel Butler,. 



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lieutenant colonel, vice Howell, resigned; Gabriel North, junior, 
major, vice Parker, promoted. 

Benjamin B. Eells, captain, vice North, promoted; John M. Hand- 
ford, lieutenant, vice Eells. 

Nathaniel Webb, captain, vice Butler, promoted; Benjamin Hath- 
away, lieutenant, vice Webb, promoted. 

John Carpenter, captain, vice Teed, resigned; James J. Galley, 
lieutenant, vice Carpenter, promoted; Andrew Crawford, ensign, 
vice Galley, promoted. 

Joseph Northrop, captain, vice Goodrich, resigned; Jason Good- 
rich, lieutenant, vice Northrop, promoted; John A. Hodge, ensign. 

Daniel Chamberlin, captain, vice Beach, resigned; Silas Smith, 
lieutenant, vice Wheat, resigned; Alvah Elliott, ensign, vice Cham- 
berlin, promoted. 

One Hundred and Seventy-fourth regiment of infantry: 

John W. Wycoff, adjutant; Lewis Hardenbergh, quartermaster; 
Isaac Sands, paymaster. 

Adam Shaver, captain, vice P. Shaver, resigned; Peter Warren, 
ensign, vice Shaver, promoted. 

Henry C. Ryer, captain, vice Burhans, resigned; Liberty Preston, 
lieutenant, vice Ryer, promoted; Amos Reed, ensign, vice Preston, 
promoted; Jephthar Seagar, lieutenant; John Beadle, ensign. 

Seventieth regiment of infantry: 

James Cowen, captain, vice McPherson, promoted; Ebenezer 
Gilbert, lieutenant, vice Silleman, resigned; Hezekiah Taylor, ensign, 
vice Grant, resigned. 

Eli Bagley, captain, vice Newbery, resigned; Sheldon Patterson, 
ensign, vice Williams, promoted; Elihu C. Phelps, ensign. 

Riflemen — John Griffin, captain; Clark H. Goodrich, lieutenant; 
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Elisha Williams, lieutenant, vice Bagley, promoted. 

Battalion of infantry commanded by John H. Gregory: 

Hezekiah Elwood, captain, vice Fuller, resigned; Joseph Suel, 
lieutenant, vice Elwood, promoted; Isaac Miller, ensign, vice Suel, 
promoted. 

Nicholas Gee, captain, vice Shaver, resigned; James Hitt, lieu- 
tenant, vice Gee, promoted; Samuel S. Keator, ensign, vice Hitt, 
promoted. * 

Sixty-ninth regiment: 

James Barber, lieutenant. 

Ensigns — Henry Wright; Thaddeus Hoyt, vice Hanford, pro- 
moted; Darius Maple (of riflemen), vice Hathaway, promoted. 

First regiment of artillery: 

John Jenkins, first lieutenant, vice Forman, resigned; Daniel 
Diefendorf, second lieutenant, vice Jenkins, promoted; Peter Vos- 
burgh, first lieutenant; Cornelius Bayley, second lieutenant; Joseph 
Manchester, second lieutenant. 

CAYUGA COUNTY. 

Seventh regiment of artillery: 

Joseph Bennet, captain, vice Churchill, resigned; Thomas Chip- 
man, first lieutenant, vice Bennet, promoted; Abraham Kennedy, 
second lieutenant, vice Chipman, promoted; Daniel Lester, first 
lieutenant, vice Drake, resigned; William L. Clark, second lieuten- 
ant, vice Lester, promoted. 

Xew company — John Dunson, captain; Erastus L. Tuttle, first 
lieutenant; Benjamin F. Barber, second lieutenant. 

Cyrus L. Warner, second lieutenant. 

STEUBEN COUNTY. 

Joseph S. Jackson, second lieutenant. 



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ontario county. 

Benjamin B. Brown, first lieutenant, vice Shattuck, promoted; 
William Babcock, second lieutenant, vice Brown, promoted. 

Isaiah Stillman, captain, vice Morse, promoted; Augustus Blodget, 
first lieutenant, vice Woodward, resigned; Moses Putney, second 
lieutenant, vice Blodget, promoted. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

Eighth regiment of artillery: 

Mirari W. Butterfield, first lieutenant, vice Phinney, declined; 
William Chase, second lieutenant, vice Petrie, declined; Thomas H. 
Whittemore, first lieutenant, vice Sanford, moved; Joseph Bloom- 
field, second lieutenant, vice Whittemore, promoted. 

George Jeffers, junior, captain, vice Smith, moved; William H. 
Gordon, first lieutenant, vice Jeffers, promoted; Josiah Hamilton, 
second lieutenant, vice Gordon, promoted. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

Emery Russel, surgeon's mate, vice Peck, declining. 

Clark Durkee, captain, vice Cole, moved; Lemuel C. Henderson, 
first lieutenant, vice Durkee, promoted; Ebenezer Cook, second 
lieutenant, vice Henderson, promoted. 

David Hamblin, captain; Russel Fuller, first lieutenant; Elisha 
Backus, second lieutenant. 

Sixteenth regiment of artillery: 

Daniel Shumway, lieutenant colonel, vice Whitney, resigned; 
Joseph S. Fenton, major, vice Shumway, promoted. 

BROOME COUNTY. 

Miles Riggs, adjutant, vice Fenton, promoted; Miles Gouger, 
surgeon's mate. 

James Squires, captain, vice Williston, resigned; Ebenezer Whit- 



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ney, first lieutenant, vice Squires, promoted; Andrew Shaw, second 
lieutenant. 

Abraham Acre, captain, vice Clark, resigned; Isaac W. Baker, 
first lieutenant, vice Acre, promoted; Jacob Hicks, second lieuten- 
ant, vice Baker, promoted. 

Washington G. Parker, captain, vice Blodget, resigned; Lemuel 
D. Newton, first lieutenant, vice Parker, promoted; David Stone, 
second lieutenant. 

David Curtiss, captain, vice Lothrop, resigned; George W. King, 
first lieutenant. 

Zebediah L. Tracy, second lieutenant. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Sixth regiment of artillery: 
Jonathan Read, colonel. 

Benjamin Read, junior, captain; James Stitt, first lieutenant; 
Charles Haskins, second lieutenant. 

ESSEX, CLINTON AND FRANKLIN COUNTIES. 

A new regiment organized from the Sixth regiment of artillery, 
and to consist of the companies in the counties of Essex, Clinton 
and Franklin, and to be denominated the Seventeenth regiment of 
artillery: 

CLINTON COUNTY. 

Daniel B. Vaughan, colonel. 

ESSEX COUNTY. 

Isaac Jones, lieutenant colonel. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

ixth regiment of cavalry: 
David Emery, first lieutenant, vice Paddock, moved; Walter 
Kibbe, second lieutenant, vice Emery, promoted; Hezekiah Green, 
cornet, vice Kibbe, promoted. 



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genesee county. 

Forty-sixth brigade of infantry : 

James Seymour, quartermaster; Rosvvell Babbitt, paymaster. 

Thirty-first regiment of infantry: 

Captains — David Glidden, vice Martin, resigned; Isaac Allen, 
vice Billings, declined. 

Lieutenants — Shubal Lewis, vice Glidden, promoted; Ira Craw- 
ford, vice Allen, promoted. 

Ensigns — Erastus S. Core, vice Lewis, promoted; Peter Cusik, 
\ r ice Philips, promoted. 

One Hundred and Seventy-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Lewis Dickson, lieutenant colonel; William H. Ward, major; 
Calvin C. Wells, adjutant; William Chaffee, quartermaster; Henry 
D. Gifford, paymaster. 

Captains — Jesse Church, James Pendal, Isaac T. Gifford, Daniel 
Franklin, Lemuel Paul, William Wright (of light infantry), George 
Brown (of riflemen), Moses Humes (of riflemen). 

Lieutenants — Joseph Emerson, Elisha Tayler, Hubbard Evarts, 
Henry P. Colver, Abisha Gleason, Daniel Jameson, Isaac Barrows 
(of light infantry), Ira C. Winans (of riflemen), Asa Adams (of 
riflemen. 

Ensigns — Thester T. Holbrook, Thomas Brintnal, John Kindal, 
Samuel L. Elmore, Martin Brumley, Ebenezer Clark (of light infan- 
try), Alfred Scovel (of riflemen), Daniel Merrils (of riflemen). 

One Hundred and Seventy-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Captains — William Cobb, Charles Freeman. 

Lieutenants — Fisher Bullard, Jonathan Buell, James Henry. 

Ensigns — Jonathan Williams, Benjamin Huntington Brown; 

Francis Olmsted, Elisha Hill, junior, Robert T. Wintchel. 

Light Infantry— Jason Tyler, lieutenant; Ezekiel F. Brown, 
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One Hundred and Seventy-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Charles Dunham, colonel, vice Walsworth, resigned; Micah Har- 
rington, lieutenant colonel, vice Dunham, promoted; Otis Turner, 
major, vice Huntington, promoted; James Brown, adjutant, vice 
Turner, promoted; Lyman Turner, quartermaster, vice Brown; 
Austin Delano, surgeon's mate. 

Captains — Israel Murdoch, vice Coon, moved; Ora Lee; Henry 
McNiel: Charles Bliss; Daniel P. Bigelow; Levi Hall, vice Bacon, 
resigned. 

Lieutenants — Seymour B. Murdoch, vice I. Murdock, promoted; 
Benjamin Drake; Jonathan Gates; Adam Foster; Eli Lee; Joseph 
Rickey, vice Bliss, promoted; Durphey Delano. 

Ensigns — Samuel Goodrich, Thomas Strafford, Thomas Love, 
Stephen Jinnings, Allen Porter, John S. Woolcott, David Wether- 
wax, Grovner Daniels. 

Twelfth regiment of cavalry : 

Asel Woodruff, captain; Paul S. Brown, first lieutenant; John 
Tuller, second lieutenant; Thomas Smith, cornet. 

Seventh regiment of artillery: 

James McKain, junior, captain; Elijah Spenen, first lieutenant, 
vice McKain, promoted; Peter Powers, second lieutenant, vice 
Spenen, promoted. 

One Hundred and Sixty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Aaron Gary, captain, vice Champlain, moved; James Stage, lieu- 
tenant, vice Gary, promoted; Amos Kingsley, ensign, vice Stage, 
promoted; Marcus Wakeman, lieutenant; John Potter, ensign; 
Elisha W. Rumsey, lieutenant; John Stevens, ensign; Moses 
Beecher, ensign. 

Ninety-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Philo Welton, lieutenant colonel, vice Johnson, moved; Samuel 
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Jacob Jackson, captain, vice Nicholds, promoted; Silas Parker, 
lieutenant, vice Jackson, promoted; John Nicholds, ensign, vice 
Parker, promoted; Perkins Hatfield, lieutenant. 

Ensigns — Amasa Belding, Cyrus Rood, Jesse Smith. 

Daniel Andrews, lieutenant, vice Burlington, moved; Theron 
Wight, ensign, vice Andrews, promoted. 

Charles Jenison, junior, surgeon's mate, vice King, declined. 

One Hundred and Seventy-first regiment of infantry: 

Luther Smith, adjutant. 

Captains — Lyman Parker, vice Webster, resigned; Ira Huntly, 
vice Bradley, resigned; Elijah Hall, vice Choat, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Elijah King, William R. Collins, Amos Wilson. 

Ensigns — Elijah Norton, Caleb Torry. 

Riflemen — Samuel King, captain; Willard Thayer, lieutenant; 
Jesse Adams, ensign. 

Heman Wilson, ensign. 

Major William Thayer's battalion of infantry: 

William Seaver, junior, quartermaster, vice Rose, moved. 

Riflemen — Samuel D. Green, captain; Daniel H. Dana, lieutenant; 
Samuel Low, ensign; John J. Livingston, ensign. 

One Hundred and Sixty-first regiment of infantry: 

Joseph White, colonel; Ebenezer Damon, lieutenant colonel, vice 
White, promoted; Joseph Burt, major, vice Clute, moved; William 
Wilson, adjutant, vice Burt, promoted; William Jones, paymaster, 
vice Wilson; William Hilliard, quartermaster, vice Jones, promoted; 
Jonathan Woodbury, surgeon, vice Newcomb, moved; Richard W. 
Gates, surgeon's mate. 

Frederick L. Mills, captain, vice Damon, promoted; Luman 
Stanly, ensign, vice Lake, promoted. 

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Glashan, lieutenant, vice Bedford, moved; Nathaniel Godard, ensign, 
vice Jones, promoted; Zina Dudley, ensign; Frederick Horsford, 
lieutenant of light infantry. 

Phineas Lake, lieutenant. 

Seventy-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Norton S. Davis, major; Ella G. Smith, paymaster. 

Amos Spring, captain; Ebenezer Lawrence, lieutenant; Henry 
Wilsey, ensign. 

Henry James, captain; Plyn Weller, lieutenant; Amos Gates, 
ensign. 

Heman Hyde, captain; Aaron Russ, lieutenant; Thomas Darling, 
ensign. 

Sylvester Brown, captain. 

Riflemen — William Olmstead, captain; William Vinton, lieuten- 
ant: Stephen Wilcox, ensign. 

Hugh McMillan, lieutenant of light infantry. 

Seventh regiment of artillery: 

Ebenezer Higgins, captain; George Murdufr", first lieutenant; 
Seldon Higgins, second lieutenant. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fifty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

John Downs, surgeon; Matthew Moody, surgeon's mate. 

Captains — Philip P. Dater, vice Morrison, resigned; Samuel 
Mowris. 

Lieutenants — Hugh McChotney, vice Dater, promoted; Alex- 
ander B. Converse, with rank from April 24, 1818. 

James Ladue, captain, with rank from April 24, 1818. 

Ensigns — James W. Collison, vice McChestney, promoted; Henry 
F. Bayeux, vice Converse, promoted; Lewis Kinney, vice Van 
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Archless Pollock, lieutenant; John Peck, ensign. 

Forty-tifth regiment of infantry: 

George V. Huddleston, surgeon's mate, vice Knickerbacker, pro- 
moted; Joseph A. Parker, quartermaster, vice Ryan, resigned. 

Joseph Brown, lieutenant, with rank from April 24, 1818; Lewis 
B. Slocum, ensign, vice Groesbeck, promoted; David Tallmadge, 
ensign, vice Slocum, promoted. 

James T. Davis, captain; Samuel Ruste, lieutenant; Daniel Per- 
cey, ensign. 

Eighty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

George Horton, captain, vice Austin, resigned; Rufus Rose, lieu- 
tenant; Stephen S. Kittle, ensign; Henry Hull, ensign. 

Forty-third regiment of infantry: 

Isaac B. Fox, quartermaster; Jacob S. Miller, surgeon's mate. 

William Beadle, captain, vice Garrison, resigned; Andrew Bough- 
ton, lieutenant, vice Beadle, promoted. 

Ensigns — Peter A. Smith, vice Boughton, promoted; John J. Bar- 
hyte, vice Bosworth, resigned; Ephraim Knowlton; David Reghtor. 

Sixth regiment of artillery: 

Thomas Hicks, captain, vice St. John, resigned; Philo Sackett, 
first lieutenant; John Alberson, second lieutenant. 

Silas W.Wait, captain, vice Maxson, resigned; Archibald Thomas,, 
junior, first lieutenant, vice Boice, moved; William M. Barber, 
second lieutenant, vice Wait, promoted; Henry James Genet, an 
ensign in the militia of this state. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Twenty-second division of infantry: 

David Hudson, judge advocate; William H. Spencer and Edward 
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ORANGE COUNTY. 

Fifth regiment of infantry: 

Joshua Hornbeck, surgeon, vice Newkirk, resigned. 
Alexander Bell, lieutenant, vice Vail, junior, resigned; William 
Little, ensign. 

Twenty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Jansen Bruan, quartermaster, vice S. T. Bruyn, resigned. 

ULSTER COUNTY. 

Beverly Kain, paymaster, vice Lowe, resigned. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Comfort Millspaugh, captain, vice Jordan, moved; William Jor- 
dan, lieutenant, vice Millspaugh, promoted; Andrew McCurdy, 
ensign, vice Jordan, promoted; James Bushfield, lieutenant, vice 
Envin, declining; Thomas Merritt, lieutenant, vice Bushfield, pro- 
moted. 

ULSTER COUNTY. 

Cornelius P. Brink, lieutenant, vice Bruyn, moved; William 
McCreary, ensign, vice Brink, promoted. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Fourteenth regiment of infantry: 

John W. Brown, adjutant, vice Terwillegar, moved. 

Arthur Smith, lieutenant, vice Tooker, promoted; John Griggs, 
junior, ensign, vice Smith, promoted; George Andrews, ensign, vice 
Atwood, resigned. 

Samuel G. Reeder, ensign of light infantry, vice Brown, promoted. 

ULSTER COUNTY. 

Uriah Drake, ensign. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Tenth regiment of infantry: 

Joseph Gerard, major, vice Russell, resigned. 



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Captains — Benjamin Atterbury, vice Gerard, promoted; John 
Rankin, vice Holly, resigned; William Russell, vice Coddington, 
resigned; William Hagadon; William Bostwick, vice Low, resigned; 
Caleb S. Woodhull. 

Lieutenants — David M. Cowdrey, vice Atterbury, promoted; 
Jonathan Tucker, vice Rankin, promoted; John C. Smith, vice Rus- 
sell, promoted; Isaac Carpenter, vice Bostwick, promoted; Israel 
Robinson. 

Ensigns — John Loyd, vice Cowdrey, promoted; Henry C. Hed- 
ley, vice Tucker, promoted. 

Fifty-first regiment of infantry: 

Charles King, lieutenant colonel; William E. Dunscomb, lieuten- 
ant colonel, vice Hick, promoted; Benjamin U. Coles, major; 
Samuel T. Ross, paymaster; George Harriet, surgeon, vice Dela- 
motta, resigned. 

Captains — John J. Durry, vice Morton, promoted ; Thomas Long- 
worth; Caleb S. Brower, vice McLaughlin, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Elijah Purdy, vice Durry, promoted; Thatcher T. 
Paine, vice Brower, promoted. 

Ensigns — Jotham William Post, vice Purdy, promoted; Samuel 
T. Ross, vice Paine, promoted; Nathaniel H. Slosson. 

One Hundred and Forty-second regiment of infantry: 

William S. Hick, colonel, vice Sayre, resigned; George W. Mor- 
ton, major, vice Dunscomb, promoted; John Baxter, surgeon's mate, 
vice Fish, resigned. 

William W. Miner, surgeon's mate, vice Baxter, declined. 

Captains — Stephen P. Lemoine, vice Gale, resigned; James De- 
Wolf, vice Watts; Charles Anthon, vice Mapes; Thomas D. Miller, 
vice North, declined; John L. Graham, vice DeWolf; Frederick A. 
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Lieutenants — Anthony Costar, vice Lemoine, promoted; Augus- 
tus Floyd, vice DeWolf, promoted; Herman Bruen, vice Anthon, 
promoted; Charles W. Smith, vice Miller, promoted; Isaac Adriance, 
vice Graham, promoted; Gilbert L. Thompson, vice Tallmadge, 
promoted; Victor B. Waldron, vice Ireland, promoted; William N. 
Deforrest, vice DeRussy, promoted. 

Ensigns — Frank T. Lathrop, vice Costar, promoted; Joseph M. 
Espada, vice Floyd, promoted; Edward Thebaud, vice Bruen, pro- 
moted; John Thebaud, vice Smith, promoted; Henry Johnson, vice 
Adriance, promoted. 

Ensigns — William Anthon, vice Thompson, promoted; John A. 
DeRussy, vice Waldron, promoted; William T. Cock, vice Defor- 
rest, promoted. 

Tenth regiment of infantry: 

Captains — James S. Smith, vice Jarvis, moved; William Gracie. 

Ensigns — William F. Blydenburgh, vice Smith, promoted; Medad 
Piatt, vice Carpenter, promoted. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Thirty-fifth brigade of infantry: 

William K. Fuller, judge advocate; John Williams, paymaster. 

Seventy-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Reuben Hawley, paymaster, vice Beebe, moved. 

Henry Fox, lieutenant, vice Fuller, promoted; John Knowles, 
junior, ensign, vice Fox, promoted. 

One Hundred and Forty-third regiment of infantry: 

Joshua Maxson, junior, adjutant, vice Saunders; Henry Champlin, 
quartermaster; Joseph Dennison, paymaster, vice Champlin, pro- 
moted. 

Joseph C. Button, captain, vice Whitford, resigned; James Cheese- 



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brough, junior, lieutenant, vice Button, promoted; John A. Cran- 
dall, ensign, vice Cheesebrough, promoted. 

Marvin Scott, captain, vice Scott, third, resigned; Joseph Clark, 
second lieutenant, vice M. Scott, promoted; Isaac Barber, ensign, 
vice Clark, promoted; John York, second, ensign, vice Williams, 
moved; James Rogers, lieutenant, vice White, resigned; William 
Honnis, ensign, vice Rogers, promoted. 

Harvey Butler, captain, vice Smith, resigned; William Potter, 
lieutenant, vice Butler, promoted; James Clark, second, ensign, vice 
1 'otter, promoted. 

Sixty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Captains — Perley Avers, Isaac Pool, Benjamin Bonney. 
Lieutenants — Joseph Pratt, William Lord, Alexander White. 
Ensigns — David E. Lord, Josiah Owen, Asher Starkweather. 
One Hundred and Twenty-ninth regiment of infantry: 
Oran Chandler, colonel, vice Thomas, resigned; Charles Stebbins, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Needham, resigned; Luther Smith, major, 
vice Chandler, promoted; Jonathan Silsby, surgeon, vice Taylor, 
moved; Onesimus Mead, surgeon's mate. 

Czar Dikeman, captain, vice Parsons, resigned; Loring Hutchin- 
son, lieutenant, vice Dikeman, promoted; Thomas Taylor, ensign, 
vice Hutchinson, promoted. 

Asa Eggleston, captain, vice Smith, promoted; Samuel Morey, 
lieutenant, vice Eggleston, promoted. 

John H. Lothrop, captain, vice Briggs, moved; Harry Barret, 
lieutenant, vice Lothrop, promoted; Mason Cole, ensign, vice Bar- 
ret, promoted. 

Roswell Savage, captain, vice Coates, resigned; Samuel Chapin, 
lieutenant, vice Savage, promoted; Samuel Gage, ensign, vice 
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Fifteenth regiment of artillery: James Xickerson, second lieu- 
tenant. 

Major Bennet Bicknell's battalion of riflemen in Madison county: 

John G. Curtis, captain, vice Snow, resigned; David Bennet, first 
lieutenant, vice Lands, moved; Arunah Gilmore, second lieutenant,. 
vice Bennet, promoted; Calvin Farnsworth, ensign, vice Gilmore, 
promoted. 

Frederick Myers, captain, vice Smith, moved; Hugh Gragg, first 
lieutenant, vice Myers, promoted; Frederick A. Myers, second lieu- 
tenant, vice Matteson, moved; William Nichols, ensign, vice Gragg y 
promoted; Nathan B. Brooks, ensign, vice Barker, moved. 

TIOGA COUNTY. 

Ninety-fifth regiment of infantry: 

James Cook, surgeon. 

Johanna Swartwood, captain, vice White, moved; Stephen Dodd, 
lieutenant, vice Swartwood, promoted; Horris Hedges, ensign, vice 
Dodd, promoted; Charles Gillett, lieutenant, vice P. Gillett, moved. 

Ensigns — Isaac L. Smith; Joseph Park; Thomas Slater; Daniel 
Williams, vice Van Kleeck, resigned. 

Elexander Gaston, lieutenant. 

Ensigns — George Hyatt, Alexander Stowdt, Daniel R. Park. 

Abraham Cowell, captain, vice Huggs, moved; Moses Barker, 
lieutenant, vice Cowell, promoted; William Spalding, ensign, vice 
Barker, promoted. 

DELAWARE COUNTY. 

Sixth division of infantry: 

John B. Spencer, inspector; Charles A. Foote, quartermaster; 
Thomas B. Whitmarsh, hospital surgeon. 



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westchester county. 

Battalion of light infantry in the county of Westchester com- 
manded by Lieutenant Colonel William Hammond: 

Daniel Ackerman, major, vice Dyckman, moved; Jonathan S. 
Odell, quartermaster; Samuel Holmes, paymaster. 

Abraham Hammond, captain, vice Ackerman, promoted; Abra- 
ham Onderdonk, lieutenant, vice Hammond, promoted; Peter 
Dubois, ensign, vice Onderdonk, promoted; Allan MacDonald, lieu- 
tenant, with rank from April 24, 1818, being then appointed by the 
name of Alexander McDonald, by mistake; Joseph H. Anderson, 
ensign; Jonah T. Mills, ensign, vice A. Mills, moved. 

Israel Townsend, captain; Jesse Smith, lieutenant, vice Townsend, 
promoted; Samuel Briggs, ensign, vice Smith, promoted; David 
H. Burger, ensign, vice Brown, moved. 

Thirteenth regiment of artillery: 

Job Hoyt, captain; Samuel S. Osborn, first lieutenant; Samuel 
Austin, junior, second lieutenant. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Thirty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Isaac Strattan, captain, vice Hamblen, moved; David G. Baites, 
lieutenant, vice Strattan, promoted; Benjamin F. Hurlburt, ensign. 

Light Infantry — Charles Wadsworth, captain; Samuel Wells, 
lieutenant; A. Mason, junior, ensign. 

Riflemen — James Hooker, captain, vice Brown, declined; John 
H. Ostrom, lieutenant, vice Hooker, promoted; John Gray, junior, 
ensign, vice Ostrom, promoted. 

Seventy-second regiment of infantry: 

Edward Fowler, paymaster; Samuel Carr, chaplain. 

John L. Powell, captain, vice Burchard, resigned; David Ames, 
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lieutenant, vice Powell, promoted; Lewis P. Lewis, ensign, vice 
Ames, promoted; Artemas Watkins, ensign. 

OTSEGO COUNTY. 

Twelfth regiment of artillery: 

Seth Chase, colonel, vice (Elijah H.) Metcalf, resigned; John 
Woodbury, lieutenant colonel, vice Chase, promoted; George S. 
Crafts, major, vice Gilbert, declined. 

Samuel Russell, adjutant, vice Kinney, declined. 

Captains — Lemuel Houghton, vice Chase, promoted; Ziba Birch, 
vice Crafts, promoted; John Dirthick, vice Woodbury, promoted. 

First lieutenants — John Luce, vice Dirthick, promoted; Daniel 
Crippin, vice Russell, promoted; James Robinson. 

Second lieutenants — Nicholas Cheesebrough, vice Houghton, 
promoted; Joseph Beardsley, vice Luce, promoted; Isaac Ferman, 
vice Robinson, promoted. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Battalion of infantry in the county of Montgomery commanded 
by Major Samuel Jackson: 

Peter Senas, lieutenant: John A. Adair, ensign. 

MONTGOMERY AND SCHENECTADY COUNTIES. 

A new regiment organized to be composed of Major Jackson's 
battalion in the county of Montgomery, and Major McClave's bat- 
talion in the county of Schenectady, and to be denominated the 
One Hundred and Eighty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Samuel Tackson, colonel; Peter Youngs, junior, lieutenant colonel. 

Peter Servis, lieutenant; John A. Adair, ensign. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

Sixth regiment of cavalry: 

Dennis Davenport, captain, vice Lynch, moved; Ardon Seymour, 



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first lieutenant, vice Davenport, promoted; John M. Felton, cornet, 
vice Maddock, moved. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Eighth regiment of cavalry : 

Dennison Fox, captain, vice Sheldon, moved; Timothy Hall, first 
lieutenant, vice Fox, promoted; Norman Miles, second lieutenant, 
vice Hall, promoted; Elisha Merriman, cornet, vice Miles, promoted. 

Thomas J. Gilbert, captain; Samuel L. Edwards, first lieutenant; 
Nehemiah P. Staunton, second lieutenant. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Twenty-fourth brigade of infantry: 

Samuel Colt, brigadier general, vice Burnet, resigned; David 
Hudson, judge advocate; Leman Hotchkiss, quartermaster. 

Forty-second regiment of infantry: 

Thomas Lee, colonel, vice Colt, promoted; James Bogert, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Lee, promoted; John Hine, major, vice Bogert, 
promoted; Lansing B. Mozum, adjutant, vice Collins, resigned; 
Abraham B. Hall, quartermaster, vice Field, resigned; John Barns, 
paymaster, vice Hall; E. B. Woodworth, surgeon, vice Goodwin, 
resigned. 

Captains — Calvin Whedon, vice Hine, promoted; Edward How- 
ard, vice Shaw, resigned. 

Lieutenants — John Armstrong, vice Whedon, promoted; Benja- 
min Hoves, vice Cole, resigned. 

Ensigns — Charles Gillett, vice Hoves, promoted; Aaron Remson; 
Thomas Buverill, vice Remson, promoted; Joel Whiting, junior, 
vice Gates, resigned; Cheeney Whitney, vice Reed, resigned. 

Isaac Whitcomb, lieutenant, vice Howard, promoted; James 
McMaster, ensign. 



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2052 Annual Report of the 

Seventy-first regiment of infantry: 

Elias Hull, colonel, vice Bannister, deceased; Elias Cost, lieuten- 
ant colonel, vice Hull, promoted; Jenks Pullen, major, vice Cost, 
promoted; William D. Norton, paymaster, vice Swift, deceased; 
Francis Pomeroy, chaplain. 

Captains — Isaac Andrews, vice Pullen, promoted; William E. 
Perine, vice Beard, moved; Harwood Bannister, vice Simmons, 
resigned. 

David Hanchet, lieutenant, vice Andrews, promoted. 

Ensigns — James Foster, vice Hanchet, promoted; William H. 
Price, vice Perine, promoted; Abner A. Welles, vice Johnson, 
moved. 

Light Infantry — Henry Seymour, captain, vice Gilbert, 
resigned; Joseph M. Demmon, lieutenant, vice Seymour, promoted; 
Lawrence Stiles, ensign, vice Rossiter, moved. 

Benjamin Sheldon, lieutenant, vice Bannister, promoted. 

Thirty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Nathaniel H. Beckwith, adjutant, vice Scovill, resigned; Fred- 
erick U. Sheffield, quartermaster; Oren White, paymaster. 

Ensigns — Edward S. Townsend, vice White, promoted; Collins 
Turner. 

Eleventh regiment of infantry: 

Jesse Ackley, major, vice Hart, declining. 

Dudley Marvin, adjutant, vice Rose, promoted; David C. Bates, 
quartermaster, vice Marvin, promoted. 

Oliver Rose, captain, vice Ackley, promoted. 

Daniel S. Morse, captain, vice Reed, resigned; Thaddeus Rem- 
mington, junior, lieutenant, vice Rose, promoted; Alfred T. Welton, 
ensign, vice Blodget, promoted; Theophilus Sabin, ensign; William 
Blodget, lieutenant; Amos Jones, lieutenant, vice Porter, moved; 



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John Kellogg-, ensign, vice Jones, promoted; Mirtillo Warner, lieu- 
tenant, vice Gillett, moved. 

Ensigns — William Mack, vice Warren (Warner), promoted; Allen 
Coats, vice Sawyer, declined; Morey Aldrich; Orlando Morse (of 
light infantry). 

One Hundred and Third regiment of infantry: 

Justin P. Spencer, colonel, vice Smith, resigned; Israel Arnold, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Spencer, promoted; Job Pierce, major, vice 
Arnold, promoted; James Robinson, paymaster, vice Lawrence; 
Simon Southerland, chaplain, vice Chace, moved. 

Captains — Baxter Hubart, vice Arnold, promoted; Harvey 
French, vice Pierce, promoted; Frederick S. Pierce, vice Rowatt. 

Samuel Wyman, lieutenant, vice Hobart, promoted; James P. 
Robinson, ensign, vice French, promoted; Linsley Wacfield, lieu- 
tenant, vice Robinson, promoted; Ebenezer French, ensign, vice 
Wacfield, promoted; Lewis Dixton, lieutenant, vice Pierce, pro- 
moted; William McDoal, ensign, vice Dixton, promoted; Israel Fer- 
ris, junior, lieutenant, vice Rorbach, moved; Thomson Ferris, 
ensign, vice Porter, moved. 

Battalion of riflemen commanded by Major Alma Stanley: 

Ami Whitney, captain, vice Vandermark, resigned; Luther Whit- 
ney, lieutenant, vice A. Whitney, promoted. 

NIAGARA COUNTY. 

Forty-seventh brigade of infantry: 

Horace Clark, judge advocate; Charles Pringle, assistant hospital 
surgeon. 

CATTARAUGUS COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Seventy-third regiment of infantry: 

Lewis Wooster, major, vice Butler, resigned; Griswold E. Warner, 

quartermaster, vice Benedict, moved; Levi Peet, paymaster, vice 

Sutton, moved. 



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2054 Annual Report of the 

Captains — Jeremiah Pratt, vice Allen, declined; Benjamin Cham- 
berlin, vice Wooster, promoted; Samuel McClure, vice Warner, 
resigned. 

Riflemen — Horatio Orton, captain; Walter Wood, lieutenant; 
Wheelock Wood, ensign. 

Lieutenants — Nathan Bumpus; Isaac Lawton, vice Chamberlin, 
promoted; Harvey Woodworth, vice McClure, promoted. 

Ensigns — William Blaisdell; David Farnum; Amos Ingals, vice 
Woodworth, moved; Charles H. Biggs; Simeon Waterman. 

Twelfth regiment of cavalry: 

James Adkins, captain; Willys Thrall, first lieutenant; Richard 
Tozer, second lieutenant; Benjamin J. Seeley, cornet. 

NIAGARA COUNTY. 

Forty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Asa Warren, colonel, vice Johnson, resigned; Truman Cary, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Warren, promoted; Sherman Dayton, major, 
vice Whitting, moved; Erastus Torrey, adjutant, vice Carey, pro- 
moted; Benjamin Simmons, quartermaster, vice Mosher, declined; 
Valentine Bennet, paymaster, vice Knight, declined. 

Captains — Wheeler Beardsley, vice Dayton, promoted; Zeri Ham- 
ilton, vice Talman, declined; Sylvanus Parkson, vice Crandall, 
moved. 

Lieutenants — Samuel Wood, vice Beardsley, promoted; William 
W. Lay, vice Ingersol, moved; Thomas Thurbur, vice Drake, moved. 

Ensigns — Obadiah C. Beardsley, vice Wood, promoted; Truman 
Dewey, vice Hamilton, promoted; Joseph Carey, vice Thurbur, pro- 
moted; Timothy Clark, vice Pratt, declined. 

One Hundred and Eighty-first regiment of infantry: 

John B. Hosmer, quartermaster, vice Smith, declined. 



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Captains — Dudley Clark, vice Bond, declined; Willard Law, vice 
Reynolds, moved. 

Lieutenants — Allen Briggs, vice Calkins, declined; Orange 
Powell, vice Law, promoted. 

Ensigns — Matthew Polly, vice Hosmer, promoted; Nathan Cole, 
vice Price, declined. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

First brigade of artillery: 

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Daniel Robert, judge advocate, vice Millegan, resigned. 
Ninth regiment of artillery: 
Nicholas Van Brunt, captain. 

DELAWARE COUNTY. 

Eighty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Asher Merwin, colonel, vice Francis, resigned; Solomon M. Sack- 
rider, lieutenant colonel, vice Merwin, promoted; Elihu Ells, major, 
vice Sackrider, promoted. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Thirty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Riflemen — John H. Lansing, captain; Abraham A. Van Home, 
lieutenant; Visscher Putman, ensign. 

CAYUGA COUNTY. 

Battalion of riflemen in the county of Cayuga commanded by 
Major John Richardson: 

Asa Culver, captain, vice Enos, declined; Jeremiah V. R. Perkins, 
lieutenant; James McNiel, ensign. • 

Nathan Allen, captain, vice Phelps, moved; John Niel, lieutenant; 
Josiah Jenkins, ensign. 

Burnet Cook, first lieutenant, vice Sherman, moved; Henry Brad- 
ley, second lieutenant; Andrew Milligan, ensign. 



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2056 Annual Report of the 

herkimer county. 
Sixth regiment of cavalry: 

Benjamin Taber, captain; Robert Gillespie, first lieutenant; Ira 
Burch. second lieutenant; Timothy J. Campbell, cornet. 

COLUMBIA COUNTY. 

Fifth regiment of cavalry: 

Peter Rosman, first lieutenant: Jacob N. Harder, second lieuten- 
ant: Jacob D. Hoffman, cornet. 
Jeremiah Hoffman, captain. 

QUEENS COUNTY. 

Second regiment of horse artillery: 

Bernard Bloom, lieutenant colonel, with rank from May 1, 1816. 

KINGS COUNTY. 

First regiment of horse artillery: 

James Cropsey, captain, vice Cornell, resigned; John R. Snedeker, 
first lieutenant, vice Cropsey, promoted; John Van Sicklen, second 
lieutenant, vice Snedeker, promoted; Adrian V. Cortelyou, cornet, 
vice Van Sicklen, promoted. 

COLUMBIA COUNTY. 

Eighth division of infantry: 

Austin Abbott, judge advocate. 

Twelfth brigade of infantry: 

James Strong, judge advocate; Walter Patterson, quartermaster; 
Jonathan C. Olmstead, assistant hospital surgeon: George Cornwall, 
paymaster. 

Seventy-third regiment of infantry: 

Justin (Justice) Xiles, lieutenant, vice Beel (Samuel Beale), de- 
ceased; Ashley Blin, ensign, vice Niles, promoted. 



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One Hundred and Sixty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

John Terbush, captain, vice Van Deusen, deceased; Andrew 
McArthur, lieutenant, vice Terbush, promoted. 

Ensigns — Peter Killmer, vice McArthur, promoted; John R. 
Loomis, vice Corll, resigned; Wilhclmus Wolcott, vice Mallery, 
declined. 

Forty-seventh regiment : 

Charles Darling, lieutenant colonel; Henry G. Philip, major; 
Uriah Roaraback, quartermaster, vice Ludlow, resigned. 

Henry Relay, captain, vice Rogers, resigned; Peter Van Duzen, 
lieutenant, vice Relay, promoted; Joaquim H. Plass, ensign, vice 
Van Duzen, promoted; Henry C. Miller, lieutenant, vice Edmonds; 
Darius S. Colver, ensign, vice Dutcher, resigned. 

Lewis Whitlock, captain, vice Holmes, resigned; Matthew Coven- 
try, lieutenant, vice Whitlock, promoted; William (White), ensign, 
vice Coventry, promoted. 

Robert Bortle, captain, vice Anderson, resigned; William Bixbee, 
lieutenant, vice Snyder, resigned; William White, ensign, vice Bor- 
tle, promoted. 

Abraham Stever, captain, vice Rossman, resigned; David Van 
DeBoe, lieutenant, vice Whitman, resigned; John P. Bortle, ensign; 
Peter J. Hallenbeck, ensign. 

Cornelius Shufelt, captain, vice Phelp, promoted; John B. Kel- 
logg, lieutenant, vice Wattermire, resigned; Benjamin B. Vreden- 
burgh, ensign, vice Shufelt, promoted. 

Seventy-third regiment of infantry: 

Robert G. Frary, surgeon, vice Everest, resigned; Horatio Root, 
surgeon's mate, vice Tracy, promoted. 

Larry Patrick, captain, vice Webster; David W. Giflord, lieu- 
tenant, vice Patrick, promoted; Reuben Davis, ensign, vice Gifford, 
promoted. 



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2058 Annual Report of the 

Fifteenth regiment of infantry: 

Captains — George Elsworth, vice Lusher, resigned; Ahasel Black- 
man, vice Clark, moved: Jeremiah J. Best, vice Rosman, moved. 

Lieutenants — Adam P. Gum, vice Rockefeller, resigned; David 
Williams; Philip G. Dennegar, vice Best, promoted; Adam A. Clum, 
vice Elsworth. promoted. 

Ensigns — John Harvey, vice Clum, promoted; Fite Rockefeller; 
Philip G. Lasher. 

Fifty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Henry Van Meek, colonel; David Bidwell, lieutenant colonel; 
Charles Whiting, major; John J. Van Valkenburgh, adjutant; John 
J. Pruyn, quartermaster. 

Jacob Vosburgh, ensign. 

Abraham J. Van Buren, captain; Bastian Bain, lieutenant; Justus 
Hardick, ensign: William K. Potter, lieutenant; Josiah Knapp, 
ensign. 

Tunis G. Snyder, captain; John B. Vradenburgh, lieutenant; 
Daniel J. Falls, ensign. 

Philip Sowers, captain; John Delamarter, lieutenant; Barent Van 
Alen, ensign. 

Light Infantry — John P. Beekman, captain: Lawrence Van 
Dyck, junior, lieutenant; Seril Manton, ensign. 

Forty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

William Jordan, colonel; Jared Winslow, lieutenant colonel; Isaac 
Ford, major: Daniel Jordan, quartermaster; George Squires, 
adjutant. 

Darius Cole, captain; Herman Dewey, lieutenant; Jesse Bristal, 
ensign. 

Peter Downing, captain; Isaac Downing, lieutenant; Silas Down- 
ing, ensign; Peter Moore, lieutenant; Ephraim Andrus, ensign; Ben- 
jamin Snider, ensign. 



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Ralph Tanner, captain; David Pierson, lieutenant; Thomas Dem- 
ing, ensign. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Sixty-fifth regiment of infantry : 

Jacob Hartshorn, major, vice Maynard, appointed sheriff. 
Curtis Happin, captain; Josiah Owen, lieutenant; Elisha E. 
Wheeler, ensign. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

In the militia of this state: 
Charles Marsh, a colonel. 
Peter H. Schenck, a major. 
Daniel E. Dunscomb, a colonel. 
Ferris Pell, colonel, with rank from July 2, 1817. 
In the division of artillery: 

Jeremiah Vanderbilt, inspector; John L. Morton, paymaster; 
Egbert Benson, junior, quartermaster. 

TIOGA COUNTY. 

Seventy-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Captains — Andrew Buckley, Jeremiah Casada, John Jackson. 
Lieutenants — David Gray, John Kress, Stoddard Conkling. 
Ensigns — Amos Bonney, Gideon Griswold, John McKey. 

BROOME COUNTY. 

Forty-first brigade of infantry: 

John Laning, brigadier general, vice Goodrich, promoted; Samuel 
Badger, inspector, vice Camp, resigned; Horace Williston, judge 
advocate; Benjamin Durham, paymaster; Charles Talcott, quarter- 
master; Joel S. Paige, assistant hospital surgeon. 

Fifty-third regiment of infantry: 

Elijah Shoemaker, colonel, vice Laning, promoted; Joseph Tal- 
cott Waldo, lieutenant colonel, vice Shoemaker, promoted; Ezra 



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2060 Annual Report of the 

Canfield, major, vice Waldo, promoted; John Shoemaker, paymas- 
ter, vice Pumpelly, resigned. 

Wright Dunham, captain, vice Canfield, promoted; John L. Smith, 
lieutenant, vice Dunham, promoted; Benjamin Brooks, ensign, vice 
Smith, promoted; Elishama Tozer, lieutenant, vice Munro, 
promoted. 

Ensigns — Joseph Tallmadge, vice Tozer, promoted; Silas Good- 
rich, vice Turner, promoted; Lyman Bradley. 

Whightman Williams, ensign of light infantry. 

Third regiment of infantry: 

Orlando Parsons, colonel, vice Ely, resigned; Oliver Stiles, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Parsons, promoted; Luman Richards, major, 
vice Stiles, promoted; William Whitney, adjutant, vice Richards, 
promoted; Richard Mather, paymaster, vice Whitney. 

Elihu Ely, surgeon, vice Wheeler, resigned. 

Light Infantry — Isaac Johnson, captain; Levi Woodruff, lieu- 
tenant, vice Johnson, promoted; James Ervin, ensign, vice Wood- 
ruff, promoted. 

John Beach, captain, vice Stiles, promoted; Lorenzo Parsons, 
lieutenant, vice Beach, promoted; John Hyde, ensign, vice Parsons, 
promoted. 

Jonathan Ogden, captain, vice Bevier, resigned; John Stone, lieu- 
tenant, vice Rose, resigned; John McKinney, ensign, vice Stone, 
promoted. 

Daniel Leach, captain, vice Thomas, resigned; Ezra Carrier, lieu- 
tenant, vice Leach, promoted; Benjamin Parcher, ensign, vice 
TarbilL 

Battalion of infantry in the county of Broome lately commanded 
by Major Samuel Badger: 

Leman Mason, major commandant, vice Badger, resigned. 






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Riflemen — Samuel Stow, junior, captain, vice Mason, promoted; 
Clarendon Bowman, lieutenant, vice Stow, promoted; Chester S. 
Badger, ensign, vice Bowman, promoted. 

Daniel Blatchley, junior, captain, vice Smith, moved; David 
Alden, lieutenant, vice Brown, moved; Frederick Judd, ensign, vice 
Blatcheley, promoted; Thomas Carey, lieutenant, vice Dyer, 
declined; John Tull, ensign, vice Evarts, declined. 

David Lane, captain; Frederick Hotchkiss, lieutenant; Levoret 
Russell, ensign. 

NIAGARA COUNTY. 

Twenty-fourth division of infantry: 

Laurence J. Woodruff, inspector; Simon B. Briggs, quartermas- 
ter; John A. Coffin, paymaster; Ebenezer Johnson, hospital surgeon; 
James Sheldon, judge advocate. 

Fifth brigade of infantry: 

John E. Marshall, assistant hospital surgeon; David M. Day, 
paymaster. 

One Hundred and Seventieth regiment: 

Lyman Blackmar, colonel, vice Warren, promoted; Abner Cur- 
rier, lieutenant colonel, vice Blackman, promoted Jonathan Colby, 
major, vice Currier, promoted; Josiah Emery, adjutant; Thomas 
Holmes, quartermaster; Theodorus Hawkins, paymaster. 

Captains — Gilbert Bailey, vice Colby, promoted; John English, 
vice Jackson, resigned; Robert Cowin, vice Holmes, declined; Rich- 
ard Sweet. 

Lieutenants — Jonathan Salisbury, vice English, promoted; Lyman 
Clark, vice Bailey, promoted; Samuel U. Edmond, vice Briggs, 
moved; Varnum Kenyon, vice Wood, declined; Richard Buffon. 

Ensigns — Benjamin Crook, vice Clark, promoted; Seymour Whit- 
aker, vice Salisbury, promoted; Daniel Fish, vice Edmonds, pro- 
moted; Stephen Searls, vice Budlong, moved; Joseph Buffon. 



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One Hundred and Eightieth regiment of infantry: 

James Wisner, lieutenant colonel, vice Henderson, declined; Per- 
son Richardson, major, vice Wisner, promoted. 

Captains — Thomas Richardson, vice P. Richardson, promoted; 
Asahel Johnson, vice Taylor, declined. 

Lieutenants — John St. John, vice Jenks, declined; Daniel Sim- 
monds; Samuel Barrett, vice Richardson, promoted; James Conkey, 
vice Hitchcock, declined. 

Ensigns — Charles Cook, vice Edmonds, declined; Aaron Leland, 
vice Barrett, promoted; Sheldon Arnold, vice St. John, promoted; 
Ethan Tenn, vice Holmes, promoted. 

Thirteenth regiment of infantry: 

Arunah Hibbard, colonel, vice Cronk, sheriff; Caleb Rogers, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Fillimore, promoted; Orange Mansfield, major, 
vice Hibbard, promoted; Benjamin Congden, surgeon, vice John- 
son, promoted. 

Captains — Harry Henshaw, vice Rogers, promoted; George Stow, 
vice Mansfield, promoted; Daniel S. Davidson. 

Lieutenants — George Buck, vice Henshaw, promoted; Benjamin 
Hodge, vice Harris, moved; Ira Porter, vice Williams, resigned; 
Walter Osborn. 

Ensigns — Walter P. Groesbeck, Job Bestow, Samuel Bument, 
Isburn Howland, Samuel A. Bigelow. 

One Hundred and Sixty-third regiment of infantry: 

David Porter, lieutenant colonel, vice Park, declined; James 
Murry, major, vice Porter, promoted; William A. Weston, adjutant, 
vice Colvin, promoted; Samuel Deveaux, paymaster, vice Cook, 
promoted. 

Captains — Alexander Dickinson, vice Murry, promoted; Charles 
Moleyneux, vice Pomeroy, declined; Asa U. Douglass; Newland 
Townsend, vice Beach, declined. 



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1819. 

Lieutenants — Henry Saxton, vice Moleyneux, promoted; William 
Doty; Nathan Tryon, vice Barton, declined; Mathias Kline. 

Ensigns — Alben H. Owen, vice Beach, promoted; John Dunlap, 
vice Martin, promoted; Volney Spalding", vice Tryon, promoted; 
Absalom Mesler. 

OTSEGO COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Twelfth regiment of infantry: 
Robert Dunlop, captain, with rank from April 24, 1818. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Fifth regiment of artillery: 

Nathan Gallup, major. 

Amos Crary, captain; Henry Williams, first lieutenant; George 
Merrifield, first lieutenant; Joseph Gallop, second lieutenant; Jesse 
P. Mitchell, second lieutenant. 

Lewis Campbell, captain. 

CLINTON COUNTY'. 

Thirty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Francis Kingsley, adjutant. 

Moses Hoit, captain, vice Roberts, resigned; Alexander McColler, 
ensign. 

John K. Hallock, captain; Israel Jackson, lieutenant. 

Ensigns — Esquire Safford, Ira Howe, Zar Gregory. 

Hallock Bramley, captain; Congdon Douglass, lieutenant; How- 
land S. Garret, ensign; Joseph Churchill, lieutenant; William B. 
Parker, ensign; James Bailey, ensign of riflemen. 

Forty-second brigade of infantry: 

Richard Mooers, quartermaster. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

Sixty-sixth regiment of infantry: 
Alexander B. Irwin, adjutant. 



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1819. 

Thomas Spencer, captain, vice Stickney; Ira Potter, lieutenant, 
vice Spencer, promoted; Reuben Cady, ensign; Samuel Wilso, 
lieutenant. 

Job Barstow, lieutenant, vice Erwin; Winchester Briggs, ensign, 
vice Barslow, promoted; John Michel, lieutenant, vice Smith, pro- 
moted; Augustus Mastin, ensign; Benjamin Hobbs, ensign, vice 
Harman, declined. 

Light Infantry — Lot Lincoln, lieutenant; Clark Williamson, 
ensign. 

Seventeenth regiment of artillery: 

John Moore, first lieutenant; Frederick Hyer, second lieutenant. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

Twenty-first brigade of infantry: 

Peter H. Bellinger, paymaster; Westel Willoughby, assistant hos- 
pital surgeon. 

Fortieth regiment of infantry: 

Light Infantry — Thomas G. Barnum, captain, vice Townsend, 
moved; Henry Bellinger, lieutenant, vice Barnum, promoted; Peter 
Bargee, junior, ensign, vice Bellinger, promoted. 
James Byers, ensign, vice Townsend, moved. 
Nineteenth regiment of infantry: 
Daniel McDonald, chaplain, vice Vining-, moved. 
David Humphreyville, ensign, vice Bennet, promoted; Charles 
Bradley, lieutenant: Samuel Giles, ensign, vice Ross, promoted; 
Samuel Kelsey, ensign, vice Merriman, moved. 

David Petrie, captain, vice Bucklin, moved; Peter Starring, lieu- 
tenant, vice Petrie, promoted; Isaac Petrie, ensign, vice Starring, 
promoted. 

Twenty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Richard M. Casler, quartermaster, vice Bellinger, promoted. 






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Calvin Keith, captain, vice Braw, resigned; Daniel Brown, lieu- 
tenant, vice Edgcomb, moved. 

Ensigns — Eli Day, vice Brown, promoted; Cornelius Devoe, vice 
Rawson, moved; Henry Heath, vice Shoemaker, promoted. 

Light Infantry — Jacob G. Eddick, ensign, vice Hall, resigned; 
John Cummins, lieutenant, vice Jones, moved; Warren G. Ransom, 
ensign, vice Cummins, promoted. 

CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Sixty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

William Holbrook, paymaster, vice Avorill, promoted. 

Captains — Willis Willoughby, vice Barns, resigned; John E. Gris- 
wold, vice Patterson, resigned; Thomas Merit, vice Nash, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Stephen Barret, vice Willoughby, promoted; John 
Huntly, vice Merrit, promoted; Nathaniel Mack, vice Griswoid, 
resigned. 

Ensigns — Azariah Wilcox, vice Barret, promoted; James Gregg, 
vice Griswoid, promoted; Daniel T. Holbrook. 

Riflemen — John Jackson, captain; Alvah Simons, lieutenant; 
Daniel Page, ensign. 

Lemon Avorill, captain, vice Whaley, moved. 

Lieutenants — Ashbell Sellew, vice Williams, moved; John D. 
Sever, vice Edson, promoted. 

Ensigns — William Loomis, vice Sellew, promoted; Peter Puck- 
and, vice Sever, promoted. 

Riflemen — Obed Edson, captain; Arvy O. Austin, lieutenant; 
Dexter Hatch, ensign. 

Forty-third brigade of infantry: 

John Crane, judge advocate; William Prendergast, junior, assist- 
ant hospital surgeon ; William Jones, paymaster. 
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2066 Annual Report of the 

One Hundred and Sixty-second regiment of infantry: 

John Foot, surgeon; Ebenezer P. Upham, surgeon's mate; Rob- 
ert McMahan, quartermaster; Abram Dixon, paymaster, vice Eason, 
resigned. 

Charles Tayler, captain; Benjamin Russell, lieutenant; Jonathan 
\Y. Covel, ensign. 

Riflemen — Adam Campbell, lieutenant, vice Bond, moved; John 
B. Clock, ensign, vice Creal, moved. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY. 

Twelfth division of infantry: 

Nathan Rathbun and Calvin Brittain, junior, aids de camp to the 
major general. 

One Hundred and Eighth regiment of infantry: 

Hoel Lawrence, colonel, vice Thomas, resigned; Joseph W. 
Brown, lieutenant colonel, vice Lawrence, promoted. 

Sylvester Reed, adjutant, vice Slott, promoted. 

Ensigns — Simon Towle, vice Reed, promoted; John P. Rice, vice 
Hulbert, moved. 

Willard Grimes, captain, vice Avery, resigned; Sackett Corn- 
stock, lieutenant, vice Grimes, promoted; Aaron Rand, ensign, vice 
Comstock, promoted. 

Abner Smith, captain, vice Cole, resigned; Walter Webb, lieu- 
tenant, vice Smith, promoted. 

Ensigns — William Rouse, vice Webb, promoted; Lester White, 
vice Page, declined: Eliphalet Peck, vice Ingram, declined. 

Daniel Whitney, lieutenant of light infantry, vice Burchard, 
resigned. 

Riflemen — Abijah Farwell, captain, vice Brown, promoted; James 
Allen, first lieutenant, vice Howell, promoted; John L. Huntington, 
second lieutenant, vice Allen, promoted; Abraham Morrow, ensign, 
vice Huntington, promoted. 



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Light Infantry — Samuel Dennison, captain; Elisha H. Gardner, 
lieutenant; John Chamberlain, ensign. 

Battalion of infantry organized from the One Hundred and Eighth 
regiment: 

Amos Judd, major commandant; Daniel C. Johnson, adjutant; 
William McPherson, quartermaster. 

William A. Hallenbeck, captain, vice Judd, promoted; Othriel 
Spinning, lieutenant, vice Hallenbeck, promoted; Asa Pigsley, 
ensign, vice Spinning, promoted. 

Fourth brigade of infantry: 

Benjamin Wright, major and inspector, vice Ely, promoted; 
Daniel Wardwell, judge advocate; Egbert Ten Eyck, paymaster; 
Thomas C. Chittenden, quartermaster. 

Seventy-sixth regiment : 

Anson Hungerford, colonel, vice Harris, resigned; Eseck Lewis, 
lieutenant colonel, vice McNitt; Joseph Sheldon, major, vice Hun- 
gerford, promoted; Wilson Penock, adjutant, vice Spalding, 
resigned. 

William H. Caldwell, captain, vice Rice, resigned; Noah McNitt, 
lieutenant, vice Caldwell, promoted; Besa Cumins, ensign, vice 
McNitt, promoted. 

Abel Doolittle, captain, vice Ingalsbe, resigned; James Ross, lieu- 
tenant, vice Doolittle, promoted; Horace Taylor, ensign, vice Ross, 
promoted. 

Horace Rudd, captain, vice Sanders, resigned; Timothy Thomp- 
son, lieutenant, vice Rudd, promoted; Enoch Clark, ensign, vice 
Thompson, promoted. 

Riflemen — Adnel Ely, first lieutenant, vice Cole, moved; James 
Stone, junior, second lieutenant, vice Ely, promoted; Daniel Lee, 
ensign, vice Stone, promoted. 



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2o68 Annual Report of the 

New regiment organized in the county of Jefferson and to be 
denominated the One Hundred and Eighty-ninth regiment of 
infantry: 

William King, colonel; Amos Bosworth, lieutenant colonel; Shu- 
bel Butterfield, major; Joseph V. Bacon, adjutant; Isaac Butter- 
field, quartermaster; Hiram Merrills, paymaster; William Baker, 
surgeon. 

Henry Knapp, captain, vice Bosworth, promoted; Daniel Hardy, 
lieutenant; Northrop Jones, ensign. 

Otis Howe, captain, vice Butterfield, promoted; John S. Rice, 
lieutenant, vice Howe, promoted; Alvah Kinne, ensign, vice Hurl- 
bert, resigned. 

Daniel Whitney, captain, vice Smith, resigned; William Stowell, 
lieutenant, vice Whitney, promoted; Thomas C. Shaft, ensign, vice 
Stowell, promoted. 

Elisha H. Gardner, captain; Amos Catlin, lieutenant; Daniel 
Millington, ensign. 

Light Infantry — Samuel Dennison, captain; John Chamberlin, 
lieutenant; David McFarland, ensign. 

Fifty-fifth regiment: 

Alvah Barber, captain; Joseph Sisson, lieutenant; Levi Hanley, 
ensign. 

LEWIS COUNTY. 

Forty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Adam Conkey, colonel, vice Barnes, resigned; John Ives, junior, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Conkey, promoted; Walter Martin, junior, 
major, vice Ives, promoted; Philander Pitcher, quartermaster, vice 
Masten, promoted; Samuel Ives, paymaster, vice Holliday, moved. 

Eli Rogers, junior, captain, vice Graves, moved; Roland Bush, 
lieutenant, vice Pitcher, resigned; Gideon S. Sacket, ensign, vice 
Rogers, promoted. 



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Elijah Salmon, captain, vice Doud, resigned; Cordial Storrs, lieu- 
tenant, vice Salmon, promoted; Solomon Kilham, ensign, vice H. 
Kilham, resigned; Homer Collins, lieutenant; Ira Hull, ensign. 

Samuel Clark, captain, vice Hough, resigned; Calvin Gowdy, lieu- 
tenant, vice Denton, resigned. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY. 

Fifty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Asa Averill, adjutant, vice Wright, promoted; Caleb Earl, quar- 
termaster, vice Averill. 

Zimri Danby, captain, vice Pitcher, moved; Erastus Whitney, 
lieutenant, vice Danby, promoted; Benjamin Carpenter, ensign, vice 
Whitney, promoted. 

Riflemen — Reuben Robbins, second lieutenant, vice Stockwell; 
Godfrey W. Barney, ensign, vice Robbins, promoted. 

lewis county. 

Twenty-sixth brigade of infantry: 

Cyrus Trowbridge, brigadier general; Ela Merriam, inspector; 
Baron S. Doty, judge advocate; Lemuel Wood, quartermaster; 
Philemon Hoadley, paymaster. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Ninety-first regiment of infantry: 

James Youngs, captain, with rank from March 4, 1818; Jesse Sco- 
field, lieutenant, with rank from March 4, 181 8. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

Thirteenth division of infantry: 
David Curtis, major general, vice Widrig, resigned. 
Sixth regiment of cavalry: 

John J. Knox, captain, vice Tracy, resigned; Elijah F. Tracy, 
first lieutenant, vice Pixley, moved; Isaac Pixley, second lieutenant, 



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vice Knox, promoted; Philemon Trowbridge, cornet, vice Tracy, 
promoted. 

CAYUGA COUNTY. 

Twenty-first regiment of infantry: 

Thomas Chadwick, major; Nathaniel Alwood, quartermaster; 
Leonard Hoskins, paymaster. 

Captains — Joseph Southworth, Elijah Congden, Absalom Palmer, 
Austin Downs, Ezekiel Parker, Simon Culver, Joshua M. Coonly. 

Lieutenants — Philomen Barger, Benjamin Haywood, John Wil- 
son, Seth Weed, Thomas Parker, Robert Shaw, Harman Bessel. 

Ensigns — Sylvester Brownell, Peter Losson, Elliot Palmer, junior, 
William Alwood, Guilford Randall, John Babcock, Stephen Wright. 

One Hundred and Ninth regiment of infantry: 

John Histed, colonel; Liberty Brown, lieutenant colonel; Agreen 
Ingraham, major; Cyrus Loomis, adjutant; Elihu Walter, quarter- 
master. 

Captains — Walter Branch, Samuel Odell. 

Lieutenants — Ezekiel Smith, John Mather, Benjamin Oakley, 
Isaac W. Skinner. 

Ensigns — Simeon Conger, Peter Decker, Zacheus Cheney, Enoch 
Smith. 

Riflemen — Henry H. Potter, captain; Isaac Kennedy, lieutenant; 
Cyrus Millard, ensign. 

William Greenfield, captain light infantry, rank from April 24, 
1818. 

Daniel Goodrich, junior, ensign. 

One Hundred and Fifty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Henry R. BrinckerhofF, colonel; Isaac Barnum, lieutenant colonel; 
Benjamin Horton. major; John R. Bodley, quartermaster; Campbell 
Waldo, surgeon; Aaron Pitney, surgeon's mate. 



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Captains — -Hugh Montgomery, Marvin Tichincr, Orange Rude, 
James Crane, John Winchell. 

Lieutenants — Elias Miller, Ebenczer Farrin, Moses Robinson, 
Ashley Hogins, John G. Lewis, Barker Lovell, Aaron Hix. 

Ensigns — William Haines, John H. Hardenbergh, Henry Hop- 
kins, Alanson Smith, Robert Cook, Erastus Strong, William Greggs, 
John Wait, Hezekiah Bowen. 

One Hundred and Sixty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

John McFadden, colonel; Matthias Vanderheyden, lieutenant 
colonel. 

Captains — Luther Barns, Aaron Bayles. 

Lieutenants — Samuel Phelps, Robert Gait, Andrew Rassmusson, 
William G. Charch. 

Ensigns — John M. Bartlett, Moses Parks, Seth Twinee, John 
Dolson. 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

Battalion of infantry in the county of Genesee commanded by 
Major William Thayer: 

Hugh Long, captain; James Anderson, junior, lieutenant: John 
Webb, ensign. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Tenth regiment of artillery: 

James Smiley, second lieutenant; Joel Wheeler, junior, first lieu- 
tenant; Ebenezer Howel, second lieutenant. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Thirty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Riflemen — John H. Lansing, captain; Abraham A. Van Horn, 
lieutenant; Visscher Putman, ensign. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fifty-fifth regiment of infantry: 
William J. High, lieutenant; Benjamin D. Snedeker, ensign. 



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broome county. 
Sixteenth regiment of artillery: 

Lyman Truman, first lieutenant; James H. Bartow, second 
lieutenant. 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

Light Infantry — Benjamin Blodget, captain; Charles C. Church, 
lieutenant; "William H. Wells, ensign. 

ULSTER COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Thirtieth regiment of infantry: 
Cornelius E. Wynkoop, lieutenant colonel; David Abbey, major. 
John Shurter, captain. 

Lieutenants — Cornelius Davis, Martin M. Schoonmaker. 
Ensigns — Jacobus W. Van W^aganen, Lawrence Hoornbeek, 
junior. 

TOMPKINS COUNTY. 

Twentieth division of infantry: 
Arad Joy, paymaster. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Seventeenth division of infantry: 
Joshua A. Spencer, judge advocate. 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

Twenty-third division of infantry: 
Clement Carpenter, judge advocate. 
Sixth brigade of infantry: 
Johnson Goodwill, judge advocate. 

STEUBEN COUNTY. 

Ninety-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Jonathan Barney, colonel; Arena Campbell, lieutenant colonel; 
Gratten H. Wheeler, major. 






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Captains — Jonathan Knapp, Otto F. Marshall, Daniel Bacon. 

Caleb Crouch, lieutenant; Levi Smith, ensign; Dauphin Murray, 
ensign. 

Battalion of infantry in the county of Steuben commanded by 
Lieutenant Colonel Simeon Bacon: 

Charles Oliver, adjutant. 

One Hundred and Twenty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Clark Crandall, colonel. 

Eighty-first regiment of infantry: 

Henry S. Williams, quartermaster. 

Ninety-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Abraham H. Deyo, captain; Joseph Potter, lieutenant; Joseph 
Pearsall, ensign. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Fourteenth division of infantry: 
James W. Miller, hospital surgeon. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

Thirteenth division of infantry: 
Greene C. Bronson, judge advocate. 

TOMPKINS COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Eighty-third regiment of infantry: 

Joshua Phillips, major. 

Henry Tears, captain; Benjamin Aldridge, lieutenant; Levi Davis, 
ensign. 

Henry Tallmadge, captain; Henry B. Weaver, lieutenant; John C. 
Ewers, ensign. 

Riflemen — Isaac Smith, captain; Benjamin Pew, lieutenant: Wil- 
liam Reed, ensign. 

One Hundred and Forty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Richard Ely, junior, lieutenant colonel; James Smith, major. 



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Isaiah Smith, captain. 

Lieutenants — John Smead, Zenas Canfield, Filie White. 

Ensigns — Nathan Tanner, Almon Wakeman. 

Chauncey W. Smith, captain; Archibald Farr, junior, lieutenant; 
John Wightman, lieutenant. 

Ensigns — John Everts, Judson Canfield, John B. Spencer. 

Ira White, captain. 

Eighty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Thomas Dougherty, colonel; Josiah Willoughby, lieutenant 
colonel; Joshua North, major; William Cobb, adjutant; Lewis 
Tooker, quartermaster; Dyer Foote, surgeon. 

Eliphalet Clark, captain; Luther Trumble, junior, lieutenant; 
Cyrus Crain, ensign. 

Fiftieth brigade of infantry: 

John White, paymaster. 

CLINTON COUNTY. 

Eleventh division of infantry: 

John Palmer, paymaster; Benjamin J. Mooers, hospital surgeon; 
Reuben H. Walworth, judge advocate. 



CHENANGO COUNTY, 

jn,y Thirty-second brigade of infantry: 

8. 

Noah Ely, judge advocate; John Birdsall, brigade paymaster; 
Perez Packer, assistant hospital surgeon. 

One Hundred and Thirty-third regiment of infantry: 

Elijah Rathbun, adjutant. 

Captains — Charles Grant, vice Copeland, refused" to accept; David 
Grant, vice Rogers, do do do; Jacob Cook, with rank from April 24, 
1818; Erastus Woodruff (light infantry), vice Stoddard, resigned. 

Isaac Sellick, lieutenant, vice Grant, promoted; John Pond, ensign, 






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vice Sellick, promoted; George Agard, lieutenant, vice Grant, pro- 
moted; Elisha Rogers, ensign, vice Agard, promoted; Joseph Juli- 
and, junior, lieutenant, vice Rathbun, promoted; Joseph Elliott, 
ensign, vice Juliand, promoted; Jonathan Burch, junior, lieutenant, 
vice Trask, refused to accept; John B. Phelps, ensign; Luman 
McNiel, ensign, vice Vanderlyn, refused to accept; Aaron Carter, 
lieutenant, with rank from April 24, 1818; Shirlock Willard, ensign, 
with rank from April 24, 181 8. 

Light Infantry — Timothy D. Bidwell, lieutenant, vice Wood- 
ruff, promoted; Lory Case, ensign. 

CHENANGO AND DELAWARE COUNTIES. 

Battalion commanded by Major Stephen Stillwell in Chenango 
and Delaware: 

Lemuel Boomer, surgeon's mate, vice Boynton, declined. 

Reuben Kirby, junior, captain, vice Evans, declined; Joseph 
Kirby, lieutenant, vice Ballou, resigned; Chester Redfield, ensign; 
Ephraim Dalrymple, ensign, vice Cook, declined; John Abbey, lieu- 
tenant, with rank from April 24, 1818. 

John Newton, captain; Thomas Newton, lieutenant; Edward L. 
Hyde, ensign. 

Rifle company in Chenango county: 

George Birdsall, captain; Silas Reed, junior, first lieutenant; 
Aaron Carter, second lieutenant. 

CHENANGO COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Ninetieth regiment of infantry commanded by 
Colonel Augustus C. Welch (organized from the battalion lately 
commanded by the said Augustus C. Welch) : 

Augustus C. Welch, colonel; Jacob F. Brewer, lieutenant colonel, 
vice Welch, promoted; Anthony Olney, major, vice Brewer, pro- 
moted. 



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Captains — Russel Cheeney, with rank from April 24, 181 8; 
Thomas Mattison; Levi Jones. 

Lieutenants — Welcome Arnold, with rank from April 24, 1818; 
Warren Wightman; Tracey Ainsworth, with rank from April 24, 
1818; Miles Calkins; Isaac Jones; James D. Holt. 

Ensigns — Abraham Midbury, with rank from April 24, 1818; 
Robert Lawrence; Alvin Peck; George P. Hudson, with rank from 
April 24, 1818; Stephen Miller; Lewis Crandall. 

Horse artillery — Rouse Clark, first lieutenant, vice Welch, re- 
moved from beat; Asa P. Marble, second lieutenant, vice Clark, 
promoted; Rodney Hubby, cornet, vice Marble, promoted. 

One Hundred and Ninety-first regiment commanded by Colonel 
Daniel Root (organized from the battalion lately commanded by 
the said Daniel Root): 

Daniel Root, colonel; Henry Coggshall, lieutenant colonel, vice 
Root, promoted; Asa Kinyon, major, vice Coggshall, promoted; 
Amos B. Minor, paymaster, vice Breed, resigned; David McWhor- 
ter, surgeon. 

Benjamin Hazen, captain; Russel Steward, lieutenant; Martin 
Livermore, ensign; Daniel Livermore, lieutenant; John H. Lawton, 
ensign, vice Steward, promoted; Bela Bardsley, ensign, vice Ray- 
nard, resigned; Dennison Weaver, lieutenant, vice Coats, declined. 

Riflemen — William Lamphier, captain, vice Kenyon, promoted; 
Joseph Lord, junior, lieutenant, vice Lamphier, promoted; Jabish 
Breed, ensign, vice Lord, promoted. 

Roswell Randall, ensign. 

One Hundred and Fifth regiment of infantry: 

Reuben Gray, lieutenant colonel, vice Tilly Lyndc, not entitled; 
Tilly Lynde, major, vice Gray, promoted; Charles York, adjutant, 



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vice Clark, resigned; Lewis Lathrop, quartermaster, vice York, pro- 
moted; Eleazer Brown, paymaster, vice Lathrop, promoted. 

Noah Wood, captain, vice Barber, resigned; Norman Sexton, 
lieutenant; Samuel Northrop, ensign; John Miller, junior, lieutenant. 

Ensigns — Robert Ames, vice Miller, promoted; William Avery 
(light infantry); John Noyes, junior (light infantry), vice Brown, 
promoted. 

Riflemen — Zadock Adams, captain, with rank from April 24, 1818, 
vice Winser, declined; Elijah Kinney, lieutenant, with same rank, 
vice Adams, promoted; Samuel Randall, ensign, with same rank, 
vice Kinney, promoted. 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Sixty-first regiment of infantry: 

Jellis Clute, lieutenant colonel; Ebenezer Damon, major. 

Light Infantry — Jerediah Horsford, captain, vice Miller, moved 
away; John A. Granger, lieutenant, vice Horsford, promoted; Eli 
Lake, ensign. 

Ninety-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Light Infantry — John Wilder, captain; Jairus B. Rich, lieu- 
tenant; Roger Rowley, ensign. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Ninety-second regiment commanded by 
Colonel Peter Sternbergh (Bellinger's brigade): 

Ensigns— Peter H. Bellinger, Richard M. Casler, Richard N. 
Casler. 

The Twelfth regiment of cavalry having been divided and created 
a new regiment to be denominated the Sixteenth regiment by the 
following division line, to wit: By the Genesee river from the south 
line of Genesee county until said river touches the southeast corner 
of the town of Gates, thence westwardly so far as to include the 



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towns of Gates and Ogden and thence north to Lake Ontario. 
Resolved, that the following- officers be appointed in the said regi- 
ment, to wit: Sixteenth regiment of cavalry: 

Ephraim Towner, colonel; William Peters, junior, lieutenant 
colonel; Simeon Cumings, major; Ephraim Brown, surgeon; Ben- 
jamin C. Congdon, surgeon's mate; Elias H. Parmele, adjutant; 
Manley Colton, quartermaster; Ebenezer Walden, paymaster. 

Jacob Coe, captain; Philo Pierson, first lieutenant; William White, 
second lieutenant; Elisha Stanley, junior, cornet. 

Oswald Williams, captain; Uriah P. B. Munro, first lieutenant; 
Benjamin Barlow, junior, second lieutenant; Moses Wheeler, cor- 
net; Selvy Kidder, second lieutenant; Joseph Farnham, cornet. 

Simeon R. Glazier, captain; Samuel Ewell, first lieutenant; Ira 
Jenkins, second lieutenant; Samuel W. Curtis, cornet; Nathaniel 
Vosburgh, cornet; Sylvanus Marvin, second lieutenant; John 
Hutchinson, cornet. 

CAYUGA COUNTY. 

Twenty-first division of infantry: 

Stephen Van Anden, division inspector; Stephen W. Hughes, 
division quartermaster. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Third brigade of cavalry (Wickham's brigade): 
Daniel Cozens, brigade major and inspector. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

Sixth regiment of cavalry: 

Benjamin Tabor, captain, vice Brown, resigned; Garrit Enos, first 
lieutenant, vice Bowen, moved away; Robert Gillespie, second lieu- 
tenant, vice Barton, declining; Ira Burch, cornet, vice Tabor, pro- 
moted. 



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tompkins county. 

Tenth regiment of cavalry: 

Daniel Starkweather, captain, vice Camp, promoted ; Henry 
Taylor, first lieutenant, vice Starkweather, promoted; Daniel 
Thompson, second lieutenant, vice Thomas, resigned; David Han- 
mer, cornet, vice Starkweather, promoted. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Thirty-fourth regiment of infantry (Colonel Henry Fonda): 
Nathan Burr, captain, vice Thrall, resigned; Frederick Steele, 
junior, lieutenant, vice Burr, promoted; Benjamin Cheadle, ensign. 

PUTNAM COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Twenty-seventh regiment of infantry: 
Riflemen — Francis Losee, captain; Andrew Buck, lieutenant; 
Jonathan G. Vincent, ensign. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Eighty-sixth regiment of infantry (Carr's brigade) : 

James Jones, captain. 

Eighth brigade of infantry: 

Jeffrey W. Thomas, assistant hospital surgeon. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Ninth division of infantry : 

William Bay, hospital surgeon. 

Eighty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

John W. Bay, paymaster, vice Wendell, resigned. 

Captains — Jacob Lansing, vice Ives, moved away; Welcome 
Esleeck, vice Loucks, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Richard Van Rensselaer, vice Lansing, promoted; 
George Campbell, vice Esleeck, promoted; Jacob Vandenbergh, vice 
Willard, moved. 



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Ensigns — William Miller, vice Van Rensselaer, promoted; 
Charles S. Henry, vice Campbell, promoted; Gansevoort Ouacken- 
bush, vice Vandenburgh, promoted; Absalom Bull, vice Bay, pro- 
moted. 

One Hundred and Fiftieth regiment of infantry: 
Riflemen, Second regiment — Coenradt Baumus, captain, vice 
Copeland, resigned; Samuel G. Haines, lieutenant, vice Baumus, 
promoted; John Yerplank, ensign. 

Twenty-fifth regiment of infantry (Colonel Sackett): 
William Stevenson, lieutenant; George Smith, ensign. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Thirty-ninth regiment of infantry: 
Philip Ward, ensign, vice Smith, moved; Solomon Dingee, lieu- 
tenant, vice Mead, moved; Henry Hylard, ensign. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Sixteenth brigade of infantry: 

Ephraim W. Clapp, brigade quartermaster, vice Mathews, re- 
signed. 

One Hundred and Fifty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Benjamin Skinner, adjutant, vice Northrop, moved. 

Fiftieth regiment of infantry: 

David M. McFarland, adjutant, vice Stevens, resigned; Leonard 
H. Clapp, quartermaster, vice E. W. Clapp, promoted. 

Ansel Eastey, captain, vice Church, moved; Levy Gray, lieu- 
tenant. 

Ensigns — Reuben Brown, vice Eastey, promoted; James Pad- 
dock; Flugh Moncrief, vice Allen, moved. 

Artillery — John Blanchard, captain, vice Cleveland, resigned; 
Amasa B. Gibson, first lieutenant, vice Stewart, resigned; Gregory 
Atwood, second lieutenant. 



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One Hundred and Fourteenth regiment of infantry: 

Samuel Cooper, lieutenant, vice Wells, moved; John P. Hunt, 

ensign, vice Cooper, promoted. 

One Hundred and Fifty-sixth regiment of infantry : 

Martin J. Van Buskirk, ensign, vice Sanford, moved. 

Sixth regiment of artillery: 

John Sheldon, captain, vice Tice, moved; Joseph Southworth, 

first lieutenant, vice Worters; Samuel O. Randall, second lieutenant, 

vice Heath. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Seventy-fifth regiment of infantry: 

William W. Tompkins, major, vice Doremus, moved; Joseph 
Drake, surgeon's mate. 

Lieutenants — George Dixey, vice Maltbee, absent; John A. Smith; 
James S. Clark. 

Eighty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Ensigns — Thomas C. Winthrop, Edward Bement, John C. Bab- 
cock, Henry H. Van Amringe. 

One Hundred and Sixth regiment of infantry: 

Captains — Martin Ditmis, vice Tompkins, promoted; Thomas G. 
Casey, vice Voorhis, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Flenry Knivells, vice Ditmis, promoted; William B. 
Ireland, vice Casey, promoted. 

Ensigns — Peter C. Bowne, vice Knivell, promoted; James La- 
Tourette, vice Ireland, promoted; Tobias W. Bedell; Samuel L. 
Mitchell, junior. 

SENECA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Twenty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Henry R. Halsey, captain, vice Miller, declining; Samuel Benson, 

lieutenant, vice Halsey, promoted; Nathan S. Van Liew, ensign, 

vice Benson, promoted. 
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Battalion of riflemen attached to the Thirty-eighth brigade of 
infantry: 

John Montgomery, major, vice Ely, moved. 

Ucal Howell, captain, vice Montgomery, promoted; Joseph C. 
Kelly, lieutenant, vice Howell, promoted; Tunis Voorhees, ensign, 
vice Kelly, promoted. 

CORTLAND COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Eighty-seventh regiment: 
William Throop, captain, with rank from March 27, 1819, vice 
William Sharp, appointed by mistake. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

Sixth regiment of cavalry: 

Salmon Laird, captain, vice Camp, resigned; Ambrose Cone, first 
lieutenant, vice Laird, promoted; Samuel Willcox, second lieuten- 
ant, vice Camp, resigned; Robert McBride, cornet, vice Butler, 
declining. 

Twentieth regiment of infantry: 

Daniel Pettibone, junior, lieutenant, vice Sherwood, declining. 

Ensigns — Stephen Brigam, junior, vice Pettibone, promoted; 
Horace Marsh, vice Wells, promoted; Jonas Tower, vice Adding- 
ton, promoted. 

One Hundred and Thirty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Pomeroy Jones, captain. 

Lieutenants — Nathaniel Odell, Henry Tisdale. 

Ensigns — Daniel Shaw, William Dixon. 

Light Infantry — James Wells, lieutenant, vice Wells, not quali- 
fied; Harvey Mason, ensign, vice A. Mason, not qualified. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Eighty-second regiment of infantry: 

Captains — Thomas W. Henry, vice Fisher, resigned; John S. 
Smith, vice J. Fisher, resigned. 



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Lieutenants — James Buckmaster, vice Henry, promoted; Dennis 
Sayre, vice Smith, promoted. 

Ensigns — Samuel C. Franklin, Daniel Sickles. 

One Hundred and Twenty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Captains — Samuel G. Raymond, vice Pell, promoted; Robert 
Lawrence, vice Hildreth, resigned; David C. Golden, vice St. John, 
resigned. 

Lieutenants — Robert J. Cheesebrough, vice Raymond, promoted; 
John P. Brasher, vice Lawrence, promoted; William Moore, junior, 
vice Golden, promoted; Thomas Van Zandt. 

Ensigns — Charles Manning, vice Cheesebrough, promoted; John 
Van Buskirk, vice Brasher, promoted; Dudley Selden, vice Moore, 
promoted. 

Ninety-seventh regiment of infantry : 

Ensigns — James Carleton Hale; Daniel Lord, junior; John B. 
Skillman; Dudley Selden; William Samuel Johnson, junior. 

DUTCHESS COUNTY. 

Company of light artillery commanded by Peter M. Van Wyck : — 
John Phillips, cornet, vice Samuel Annin, who is hereby superseded, 
and a supersedeas directed to issue. 

SUFFOLK COUNTY. 

Eightieth regiment of infantry : 

Jeremiah Mulford, captain; Isaac B. Miller, lieutenant; Nathaniel 
Barns, ensign. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Seventy-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Henry Shelters, captain, vice Wood, resigned. 

Tenth brigade of infantry : 

James J. Jones, major and inspector. 



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cayuga county. 
Seventh brigade of infantry: 

David Brinckerhoff, brigade paymaster; Joel W. Bacon, brigade 
quartermaster; Joseph T. Petney, assistant hospital surgeon. 

CHENANGO COUNTY. 

Thirty-second brigade of infantry: 

Chauncey Morgan, brigade quartermaster, vice Birdsall, resigned. 

One Hundred and Fifth regiment of infantry: 

Light Infantry — William Williams, lieutenant, vice Mudge, 
moved; John Dewey, ensign, vice Williams, promoted; John Staf- 
ford, ensign, vice Brown, promoted. 






WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Sixth regiment of artillery: 

John McMillan, captain, vice Wells, resigned; Elijah Gray, first 
lieutenant, vice McMillan, promoted; John Simpson, second lieu- 
tenant, vice Gray, promoted. 

SARATOGA COUNTY. 

Twenty-fourth regiment of infantry : 

Joseph Brewster, junior, major, vice Herington, declining. 

Thomas Simmons, captain, vice Benson, declining. 

Light Infantry — Amnon Blair, captain, vice Brewster, pro- 
moted; Justice Palmer, lieutenant, vice Blair, promoted; Francis 
Baldwin, ensign, vice Palmer, promoted. 

Arthur Starkweather, lieutenant, vice Pettit, declining; Thomas 
Hicks, ensign, vice Waters, declining. 

Forty-first regiment of infantry: 

Peter Fort, colonel, vice Gates, promoted; Gardner Conklin, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Fort, promoted; William Cooper, major, vice 
Conklin, promoted. 



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Isaac Myers, captain, vice Cooper, promoted; Simeon Arnold, 
ensign, vice N. Arnold, resigned. 

Ninth brigade of infantry: 

Coleman Gates, brigadier general, vice V(an) Schoonhoven, pro- 
moted; Nathaniel J. Seely, brigade major and inspector. 

Thirty-second regiment of infantry: 

Jonathan Brown, paymaster, vice Middlebrook, moved; James 
Riche, adjutant, vice Seely, promoted. 

John W. Rogers, lieutenant, vice Riche, promoted; Joel Adams, 
ensign, vice Rogers, promoted. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

Lieutenant colonel (William) Hammond's battalion of infantry: 
George Sanford, lieutenant; Barney Forman, ensign. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

Twenty-first brigade of infantry: 

Peter B. Casler, brigade quartermaster, vice Orendorff, resigned. 

A new regiment of infantry having been formed within the fol- 
lowing bounds, to wit: South by county line of Herkimer and 
Otsego counties; east by same of Herkimer and Montgomery; north 
by the Mohawk river; west by west bounds of the town of Warren 
and the line that divides Captain Campbell's from Captain Shaw's 
and Captain Staring's company to the Mohawk river, to be denomi- 
nated the One Hundred and Ninety-second regiment: 

Peter Sternbergh, colonel; Jost Bell, lieutenant colonel; Nicholas 
Shoemaker, major; William P. Waggoner, paymaster; Richard N. 
Casler, adjutant. 

John Harder, captain. 

John G. Snyder, captain; Jeremiah F. Landt, lieutenant; Daniel 
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Eighth regiment of artillery: 

William Haskins, first lieutenant; Thomas Robison, second lieu- 
tenant. 

Twenty-seventh regiment of infantry: 
Isaac Mills, major, vice Bell, promoted. 
Fortieth regiment of infantry: 
Jacob P. Weber, colonel, vice Myers, moved. 

DUTCHESS COUNTY. 

Fourth regiment of artillery: 

Philip N. Bonesteel, colonel, vice Reynolds, resigned. 

Captains — Methusalem B. Guger, vice Lansing, resigned; Abra- 
ham Vervalin. 

First lieutenants — Simon Williamson, vice Reynolds, resigned; 
John N. Brewer. 

Second lieutenants — Isaac Latimer, Joshua Flagler, Daniel J. 
Vervalin. 

The seventh regiment of artillery having been divided into three 
regiments, to wit: 

Cayuga, Seneca, Tioga and Tompkins to be denominated the 
Eighteenth regiment. 

Ontario and Steuben to be denominated the Nineteenth regiment. 

Genesee, Niagara, Allegany, Chautauqua and Cattaraugus to be 
continued the Seventh regiment. 

Thereupon, Resolved, that the following officers be appointed 
therein: 

Eighteenth regiment of artillery (Cayuga, Seneca, Tioga and 
Tompkins): 

CAYUGA COUNTY. 

Thomas Mumford, colonel. 



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TIOGA COUNTY. 

John Cantine, lieutenant colonel. 

TOMPKINS COUNTY. 

John B. Laraway, major. 

Nineteenth regiment of artillery (Ontario and Steuben): 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

John Pierce, colonel; George Goundry, lieutenant colonel; Wil- 
liam Lilly, major. 

STEUBEN COUNTY. 

Jonas Wickes, second lieutenant, vice Jackson, moved. 
Seventh regiment of artillery (Genesee, Niagara, Allegany, Chau- 
tauqua and Cattaraugus) : 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

Andrew A. Ellicott, colonel; Chauncey L. Sheldon, lieutenant 
colonel. 

CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY. 

Asahel Lyon, major. 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

James McKain, captain, vice Ellicott, promoted; Elijah Spencer, 
first lieutenant; Peter Powers, second lieutenant; Anthony Cooley, 
first lieutenant; Felix Brown, second lieutenant. 

SCHOHARIE COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fourth regiment of infantry: 

Russel Jones, colonel, with rank from March 2.7, 1819, vice Efner, 
resigned; Jacob R. Greene, surgeon. 

Twelfth regiment of cavalry: 

Heman Norton, colonel; William Frost, lieutenant colonel; Abra- 
ham Beach, major; Justin Smith, adjutant; Jedediah D. Cummings, 
quartermaster; David S. Hall, paymaster. 



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Edward Sawyer, captain; Aaron Cook, first lieutenant; Peter 
Putnam, second lieutenant; Horace Egelston, cornet. 

David Baker, captain; Daniel Tinker, first lieutenant; Solomon 
Case, second lieutenant. 

Hiram Terry, junior, captain; Solomon Frost, first lieutenant; 
Erasmus T. Cummins, second lieutenant; Elizur More, cornet. 

Nathaniel Allen, captain; John Hatch, first lieutenant; Samuel 
Taggart, second lieutenant; John Lee, cornet. 

Benjamin Campbell, captain; Stephen Cady, first lieutenant; 
John Goodwin, second lieutenant; Ira Webster, cornet. 

In the brigade of artillery composed of the counties of Cayuga, 
Seneca, Tioga, Tompkins, Ontario, Steuben, Genesee, Niagara, 
Allegany, Chautauqua and Cattaraugus, denominated the fourth 
brigade of artillery: 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Walter Grieve, brigadier general. 

SCHOHARIE COUNTY. 

Eighteenth regiment of infantry: 
Lieutenants — James Holmes, junior; John Littlebrant. 
One Hundred and Thirteenth regiment of infantry: 
John Stall, major. • 

One Hundred and Fourth regiment of infantry: 
Russel Jones, colonel. 
Twenty-eighth brigade of infantry: 

Henry Hamilton, brigade quartermaster; Jacob Livingston, bri- 
gade paymaster. 

TOMPKINS COUNTY. 

Eighty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Ira Joy, paymaster, vice A. Joy, promoted; Lewis Tooker, adju- 
tant, vice Cobb, moved; Elijah Conger, quartermaster, vice Tooker, 
promoted. 






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clinton county. 
Fifteenth regiment of cavalry (Colonel G. Spcrry): 
Henry Graves, captain; Freeman Nye, first lieutenant; Henry 
Gregory, second lieutenant; Josiah Corbert, cornet. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

First regiment of horse artillery: 

Lewis K. Storms, colonel, vice Warner, resigned; John C. Van 
Duyne, lieutenant colonel, vice Storms, promoted; David L. Rogers, 
surgeon, vice D. Rogers, resigned; James H. Rogers, surgeon's 
mate, vice D. L. Rogers, promoted; William Rockwell, quartermas- 
ter; John Conrey, paymaster. 

Wynant Bennet, captain, vice Van Duyne, promoted ; David 
Hanson, first lieutenant, vice Bennet, promoted; Peter P. Schenck, 
second lieutenant, vice Hanson, promoted; William Bigelow, cornet, 
vice Schenck, promoted. 

Thomas Theal, captain, vice Cairns, resigned; John Cairns, junior, 
first lieutenant, vice Theal, promoted; Benjamin Odell, second lieu- 
tenant, vice Cairns, promoted; Sands Reynolds, cornet, vice Odell, 
promoted. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Eleventh regiment of infantry: 

Augustus S. Porter, ensign, vice Bates, promoted. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

Thirteenth brigade of infantry: 

John G. Weaver, brigadier general, vice Curtis, promoted. 
One Hundred and Thirty-fourth regiment of infantry: 
Fortune C. White, colonel, vice Weaver, promoted. 

TIOGA COUNTY. 

Eighteenth brigade of infantry: 

Jacob Swartwood, brigadier general, vice Carpenter, promoted. 



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albany county. 
Thirty-first brigade of infantry: 

Robert Dunbar, junior, brigadier general, vice Gallup, resigned. 
One Hundred and Thirty-sixth regiment of infantry: 
Stephen Van Rensselaer, junior, colonel, vice Dunbar, promoted; 
John G. Ruby, lieutenant colonel, vice Van Rensselaer, promoted. 
Third brigade of cavalry: 
Thomas Bridgen, quartermaster, vice D. P. Clark, moved. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Fourteenth division of infantry: 

Joshua Webster, hospital surgeon, vice Miller, appointed by 
mistake. 

Eleventh brigade of infantrv: 

James W. Miller, assistant hospital surgeon, vice Webster, pro- 
moted. 

OTSEGO COUNTY. 

Twelfth regiment of artillery: 

Calvin Graves, first lieutenant; Philip Thurber, second lieutenant. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Fortv-second regiment of infantrv: 
John S. Hogarth, ensign. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

First brigade of artillery: 

Peter H. Schenck, major (formerly appointed by mistake a major 
in the militia_of this state), with rank from March 27, 1819. 

DELAWARE COUNTY. 

Twenty-fifth brigade of infantry: 

Otis Preston, brigadier general, vice Farrington, resigned. 



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montgomery county. 
Eleventh brigade of infantry: 

Isaac Elwood, brigade major and inspector, vice Dodge, pro- 
moted. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Forty-fourth brigade of infantry: 

Richard Freeke, brigade judge advocate, vice Wilson, deceased; 
James Casey, junior, brigade paymaster; Abraham Lott, brigade 
quartermaster, vice Harris, moved. 

Richard Oakley, captain in the Seventy-fifth regiment of infantry. 

First brigade of artillery: 

James Lee, brigade major and inspector, vice Brett, moved. 

Ninth regiment of artillery: 

First lieutenants — Manning Steele, Job G. Williams, James D. 
Van Antwerp, William Westerfield. 

Second lieutenants — Charles Turner, vice Haight, promoted; 
Peter Coutant, vice Steele, promoted. 

Third regiment of artillery: 

George Hartman, first lieutenant; Jeremiah Meserole, second lieu- 
tenant, vice Hartman, promoted. 

Eleventh regiment of artillery: 

John D. Wilson, captain, vice Conner, resigned; John Whitte- 
more, first lieutenant, vice Wilson, resigned; Prosper M. Wetmore, 
second lieutenant, vice Jackson, resigned; John H. Smith, second 
lieutenant. 

Fourteenth regiment of artillery: 

Captains — Francis Barretto, junior, vice Bremner, resigned; Neil- 
son Abeel, vice Leavitt, resigned. 

Second lieutenants — William E. Ross, with rank from February 
22, 1819; Thomas C. Doremus, vice Abeel, promoted. 



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Second regiment of artillery: 

Samuel Croes, captain, with rank from June 22, 181 8. 

GREENE COUNTY. 

Eighth division of infantry: 

Anthony Van Bergen, division quartermaster. 

COLUMBIA COUNTY. 

Joseph Lord, inspector: John P. Vosburgh, paymaster; John P. 
Beekman, hospital surgeon. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Tenth regiment of infantry: 

Joseph Gerard, lieutenant colonel, vice Tylee, promoted; Jacob 
SchiefFelin, major, vice Gerard, promoted. 

Lieutenants — Henry C. Hedley, vice Smith, promoted; William 
F. Blydenburgh, vice Bradley, moved. 

Ensigns — Anthony Morris, vice Strange, moved; Albert Wood- 
hull, vice Mulford, moved; Robert B. Atterbury, vice Cowdry, pro- 
moted; Edward B. Tylee, vice Tucker, promoted. 

Fifty-first regiment of infantry: 

Daniel E. Tylee, colonel, vice Strong, resigned; William H\ Max- 
well, lieutenant colonel; Zebedee Ring, junior, major, vice Sickles, 
promoted. 

Captains — William Wheaton, vice Schifrelin, promoted; John 
Folmar, vice Ring, promoted; Gideon P. Hewitt, vice Ross, re- 
signed. 

Lieutenants — James Hrooks, vice Wheaton, promoted; Thomas 
W. Moore, vice Folmar, promoted; Thomas Gedney, vice Hewitt, 
promoted. 

Ensigns — Edward X. Duryee, vice Brooks, promoted; Lewis 
Woodruff, vice Moore, promoted; Janus Mollis, vice Gedney, pro- 
moted. 






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One Hundred and Forty-second regiment: 

John J. Sickels, lieutenant colonel, vice Seixas, promoted; Solo- 
mon Seixas, colonel, vice Hicks, resigned: Samuel S. Dunscomb, 
major, vice Morton, promoted. 

Captains — Samuel Whiting, vice Jones, resigned; Rene A. De 
Russy, vice Whiting, moved; Anthony Costar; Augustus Floyd, vice 
Costar, moved. 

Robert Prince, lieutenant, vice Whiting, promoted; Frank T. 
Lathrop, lieutenant, vice Costar, promoted; Samuel F. Clarkson, 
ensign, vice Prince, promoted. 

ULSTER COUNTY. 

Ninety-second regiment of infantry: 

John W. Dubois, quartermaster, vice Hasbrouck, resigned. 

Peleg Ransom, captain, vice Beaver, resigned; Stephen W. Gid- 
ney, lieutenant, vice Ransom, promoted; Peter Worden, ensign, vice 
Gidney, promoted. 

Reuben Ostrander, captain, vice C. Ostrander, resigned; Richard 
Garrison, lieutenant, vice R. Ostrander, promoted; David Clear- 
water, ensign. 

Andries P. Lefever, captain, vice Dubois, moved; Andries Deyo, 
lieutenant, vice Lefever, promoted; Derick Westbrook, ensign; John 
Hammond, ensign. 

Light Infantry — John Y. Terwilliger, captain, vice Sparks, re- 
signed; Elias York, lieutenant, vice Terwilliger, promoted; Henry 
Deyo, junior, ensign, vice York, promoted. 

Anthony Wygant, ensign. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Thirtieth regiment of infantry: 

Gabriel Wisner, colonel, vice Bertholf, promoted; Thomas Sproul, 



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lieutenant colonel, vice Wisner, promoted; Eleazer McCamley, 
major, vice Sproul, promoted. 

Thomas McCain, captain, vice McCamley, promoted; Sands Mc- 
Camley, lieutenant, vice T. McCamley, promoted. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Third regiment of cavalry: 

Cornelius Egberts, quartermaster, vice Bridgen, promoted. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

State prison guards at New York: 

Ezekiel H. Pennoyer, captain; Hezekiah H. Baldwin, lieutenant; 
Richard B. Forsdick, ensign. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Eighty-eighth regiment of infantry: 
Alexander A. Adair, ensign, formerly appointed by the name of 

John Adair (by mistake), with rank from the date of the former 

commission. 

GREENE COUNTY. 

Fifth regiment of cavalry: 

Rufus Byington, captain; John R. Cheritree, first lieutenant; 

Alanson King, second lieutenant; Abraham Hall, cornet. 

COLUMBIA COUNTY. 

Forty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

John W. Edmonds, adjutant, with rank from March 27, 1819. 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

Twenty-third division of infantry: 

Egbert Benson, junior, division inspector; Nathaniel Brown, 
hospital surgeon. 

SUFFOLK COUNTY. 

Thirteenth regiment of artillery: 

Lodowyck Post, lieutenant colonel; David Landon, major. 



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Valentine Merritt, captain; Albert Goldsmith, first lieutenant; 
Jonathan Jennings, second lieutenant. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

James Wiley, captain, vice Hyatt, deceased; Louis Constant, first 
lieutenant; James B. Travis, second lieutenant. 

Henry Davids, captain; Jesse Bishop, first lieutenant; Jesse Jen- 
nings, second lieutenant. 

Jeremiah How, captain; Thomas Brown, first lieutenant; James 
W. Scribner, second lieutenant. 

KINGS COUNTY. 

John Allen, first lieutenant; George Hall, second lieutenant, vice 
Marsh, moved. 

Alden Spooner, captain. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

Fourth division of infantry: 

James Cooper, quartermaster; Edward Floyd De Lancey, pay- 
master. 

DUTCHESS COUNTY. 

Complaints having been made by the officers of the One Hundred 
and Forty-ninth regiment of infantry against the promotion of Peter 
P. Monfort as major of said regiment, 

Resolved, that the said Peter P. Monfort be no longer major of 
the One Hundred and Forty-ninth regiment of infantry, and that a 
writ of supersedeas be directed to issue accordingly. 

TOMPKINS COUNTY. 

Eighty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Lewis Tooker, adjutant, vice Cobb, moved; Elijah Conger, quar- 
termaster, vice Tooker, promoted; Ira Joy, paymaster, vice Joy, 
promoted. 



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montgomery county. 
Ninth regiment of cavalry: 
Peter Van Yranken, second lieutenant; Jeremiah Hubbs, cornet. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

In the militia of this state: 
Marinus Willett, junior, ensign. 

OTSEGO COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fifty-first regiment of infantry: 
Horace Wood, captain, vice Thorpe, resigned; Oliver Sommers, 
junior, lieutenant, vice Baker, resigned; Andrew R. Rockwill, 
ensign, vice Adams, moved; Gordon Bliss, ensign, vice Rogers, 
resigned. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Twenty-fourth brigade of infantry: 
Mark H. Sibley, brigade judge advocate. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Fifth division of infantry: 

Isaac Belknap, major general. 

Thirty-fourth brigade of infantry: 

James Belknap, brigade major; Chancey Belknap, brigadier gen- 
eral; John W. Brown,* aide-de-camp; Abel Belknap, brigade quar- 
termaster. 

Fourteenth regiment of infantry: 

William H. Falls, colonel; James Butterworth, lieutenant colonel; 
Daniel Tooker, major; David Crawford.f aide-de-camp. 

Arthur Smith, captain; John Greggs, junior, lieutenant; William 
Mitchell, junior, lieutenant. 



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Jeffrey Reeve, captain; James P. Brown, lieutenant; Eli T. Lock- 
wood, ensign. 

Second regiment of cavalry : 

William F. Wheeler, captain; James I. Craig, first lieutenant; 
Stephen A. Burt, second lieutenant; Cornelius D. Demorest, cornet. 

Ninety-first regiment of infantry: 

John Coffey, ensign; David F. Ford, lieutenant, heretofore ap- 
pointed by the name of David I. Ford, with rank from date of his 
former commission. 



The forty-third session of the legislature began January 4, 1820. 
John C. Spencer of Ontario, a Clinton Republican, was elected 
speaker of the house. The coalition of the followers of DeWitt 
Clinton and the Federalists continued, and in this manner the 
Council of appointment was selected, composed of the following: 
John D. Ditmis of Queens, John Lounsbery of Ulster, Levi Adams 
of Lewis, and Ephraim Hart of Oneida. Mr. Ditmis was a Federal- 
ist, the others Clintonian Republicans. Governor Clinton in his 
address to the legislature renewed his recommendations for a con- 
stitutional convention. 

" The constitution of this state was formed nearly forty-three 

years ago. And considering the circumstances under which it was 

established, in the midst of war and commotion, and without the 

benefits of much experience, in representative government, it is not 

a little surprising that it is so free from imperfection. Attempts 

have been made at various times to call conventions to introduce 

alterations, which have only succeeded in a single instance; probably 

from an apprehension that an innovating spirit might predominate, 

and destroy, instead of consolidating, this temple of freedom and 

safety. Parties are the natural offspring of Republican government. 
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Wherever freedom exists, it will be manifested in differences of opin- 
ion with respect to the best mode of promoting the public welfare. 
And when these contentions spread over society, they form parties; 
and mingling sometimes with private views and local interests 
degenerate into faction, which seeks its gratification in violation of 
morality, and at the expense of the general good. And such is the 
proneness of human nature to cherish the spirit of contention, that 
we often see the continuance of parties after the cessation of the 
producing causes. While this state has made rapid and signal 
advances to prosperity, it has been more obnoxious to the excite- 
ment of party than any member of the Federal union. Even during 
the gloomy periods of the revolution, this spirit was exhibited in a 
variety of shapes; and since that time it has scarcely ever ceased to 
agitate society. After giving full weight to other assignable causes, 
we are forced to conclude, that there is a radical defect in the con- 
stitution of our government: that it either wants some essential check 
against the progress of party, or that it contains in its arrangements 
the elements of discord and excitement. The assembly, which is 
the most numerous branch of the legislature, and which is annually 
chosen, elects every year from the senate four persons, who together 
with the Governor constitute the Council of Appointment. The 
offices in the gift of this Council are remunerated by salaries or fees 
to the amount of a million of dollars annually. Combinations will 
be formed to obtain the control of this enormous patronage; and 
they will attempt to influence, in the first place, the elections of the 
people, by dictating, under the forms and discipline of party; 2dly, 
the selection of the appointing power; and, 3dly, the operations of 
that institution. And when no leading measures of the government 
have been impeached, and no important differences of opinion pre- 
tended, endeavors are not unusual to cherish the spirit of discord 



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by conjuring- up the shades of departed controversy, by appealing 
to the vindictive feelings of disappointment, or exciting the cravings 
of ambition and cupidity. With this principle of irritation in our 
constitution, the hydra of faction will be in constant operation, en- 
deavoring to work its way to power, sometimes by open denunciation, 
at other times by secret intrigue, and always by artful approaches. 
The responsibility of public officers is essential to the due perform- 
ance of their trust, and is demanded by the properties of delegated 
power and the best interests of the community. This Council, as 
constituted, is almost entirely destitute of this essential requisite. 
The political tranquillity of the state demands a different arrange- 
ment of the appointing power. And I have no hesitation in recom- 
mending a convention for this and such other purposes as may be 
imperatively required by the public welfare. And I do this under a 
full persuasion that the powers of the convention cannot transcend 
the objects committed to their cognizance by the concurrent act of 
the legislature and people: that the land-marks of security to liberty, 
property, religion and life, will be inviolably preserved, and more 
firmly established; and that the measures, which will be adopted, 
will have a benign influence in preserving the harmony of the 
community and elevating the reputation of the state." 

On Tuesday, January 18, 1820, the assembly committee, of which 
Mr. John Van Fossen of Ontario was chairman, to whom was 
referred that part of the Governor's speech relating to the calling 
of a constitutional convention, reported and recommended " the 
calling of a convention, and with such further powers as this legis- 
lature may deem proper to recommend." After many filibustering 
tactics, the bill failed of passage. 

January 18th, a caucus was held in Albany of Republican mem- 
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DeYVitt Clinton. Out of the sixty-four members in attendance, 
fifty-two voted in favor of nominating- Daniel D. Tompkins for 
Governor. General Benjamin Mooers, of Plattsburgh, was chosen 
as the candidate for Lieutenant Governor. Governor Clinton was, 
however, renominated at a meeting of the citizens of Albany, with 
Lieutenant Governor John Tayler in the second place on the ticket. 
The Federalists made no nomination; it was estimated, however, 
that the larger proportion of them supported Governor Clinton, 
although many of the most influential Federalists, called in the lan- 
guage of the day " the high-minded Federalists," openly repudiated 
the Governor and indorsed the nomination of Mr. Tompkins. The 
election was the closest in result the state had seen since the memor- 
able contest in 1792 between Governor George Clinton and John 
Jay; DeWitt Clinton's majority over Judge Tompkins was only 
1,457, out °f 93437 votes polled. The " Bucktails," who usurped 
the name of the Republican party, not only increased their majority 
in the senate but controlled the assembly. 

The time was now ripe for amending the constitution. The popu- 
lation of the state had grown from 250,000 when the first constitu- 
tion was adopted to 1,372,111 in 1820. Political methods and politi- 
cal thought had practically been revolutionized. The experimental 
stage had been safely passed. The introduction of steam had 
brought the people of the state nearer together. The frontier had 
been pushed out of the state. The wilderness with all its terrors 
and dangers was a thing of the past. Education was striding for- 
ward with gigantic impetus. Flourishing and thriving villages and 
towns were springing forth all over the commonwealth under the 
nourishing influence of progressive civilization in places hitherto 
regarded as inaccessible. Inland communication was the topic 
above all others that was disseminated by the public press, stump 



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orators and the pulpit. The state was growing, developing, expand- 
ing, in population, wealth, resources. The Council of Appoint- 
ment had at last become unpopular and odious. Its capabilities 
for prostituting the civil service had been established during the 
past two years when the patronage of the state had been controlled 
by the minority faction of the Republican party, coalescing with 
the remnants of the Federal party, which as a political party had 
practically ceased to exist. 

The first outspoken demand for remodelling the constitution 
came from Tammany Hall. On August 25, 1820, a meeting of 
Republicans, or " Bucktails," was held in New York, where a reso- 
lution was adopted which declared for a convention with unlimited 
powers to amend the state constitution. The press took up the cry, 
and the demand for a change become general wherever a Republican 
newspaper was circulated. 

The legislature was called to meet November 7th for the purpose 
of choosing presidential electors. Peter Sharpe, of New York, an 
anti-Clinton candidate, was elected speaker of the house. Novem- 
ber 8th, a Council of Appointment hostile to Governor Clinton was 
selected, namely, Walter Bowne of New York, John T. More of 
Delaware, Roger Skinner of Washington, and David E. Evans of 
Genesee. This council, however, deferred active work until the fol- 
lowing winter. The next day the presidential electors were chosen — 
favorable to President Monroe and Daniel D. Tompkins. 

The spirit of hostility against the Governor manifested itself in 
an unexpected manner at this session of the legislature. In accord- 
ance with custom, the Governor delivered a speech to the legisla- 
ture, which met with violent antagonism. The speech was referred 
to the customary committee, who reported back to the house a com- 
munication that was conspicuous for bitterness. The committee 
said, in their opinion, " an answer to the speech of His Excellency 



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may be omitted without any disrespect to him," that " the constitu- 
tion demands neither the one nor the other." The practice had pre- 
vailed in the general government until Mr. Jefferson became presi- 
dent of the United States. " He thought proper, for reasons nearly 
similar to those which have been already urged, to discontinue a 
custom which is in truth a mere remnant of royalty ' and more hon- 
ored in the breach than in the observance.' ' In conclusion, the 
committee recommended the adoption of the following resolutions: 

" Resolved, That the custom of delivering a speech by the exetu- 
tive to the legislature at the opening of their session and of return- 
ing an answer to the same is a remnant of royalty not recommended 
by any considerations of public utility, and ought to be abolished. 

' Resolved, That it is expedient to omit the usual answer to a 
speech of His Excellency the Governor made to the legislature at 
the commencement of the present session." 

The assembly then took up the question of a constitutional con- 
vention, the bill having been introduced by Mr. Ulshoeffer of New 
York. On the 16th inst. the bill was slightly amended and on the 
1 8th inst. was sent to the senate, which returned it to the assembly 
on the 20th. The measure was thereupon submitted to the Council 
of Revision, who vetoed it, by the casting vote of the Governor, for 
the following reasons, Chancellor Kent having drafted the opinion: 

i. Because the bill recommends to the citizens of this State to 
choose, by ballot, on the second Tuesday in February next delegates 
to meet in convention for the purpose of making such alterations 
in the Constitution of this State as they may deem proper, without 
having first taken the sense of the people whether such a convention 
for such a general and unlimited revisal and alteration of the Con- 
stitution be in their judgment necessary or expedient. 

There can be no doubt of the great and fundamental truth, that 



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all free governments are founded on the authority of the people, and 
that they have at all times an indefeasible right to alter and reform 
the same as to their wisdom shall seem meet. The Constitution is 
the will of the people expressed in their original charter, and 
intended for the permanent protection and happiness of them and 
their posterity, and it is perfectly consonant to the republican theory, 
and to the declared sense and practice of this country, that it can- 
not be altered or changed in any degree without the expression of 
the same original will. It is worthy, therefore, of great considera- 
tion, and may well be doubted whether it belongs to the ordinary 
legislature, chosen only to make laws in pursuance of the provisions 
of the existing constitution, to call a convention, in the first instance 
to revise, alter and perhaps remodel the whole fabric of the gov- 
ernment, and before they have received a legitimate and full 
expression of the will of the people that such changes should be 
made. The difficulty of acceding to such a measure of reform, 
without the previous approbation of the constituents of the govern- 
ment, presses with peculiar force and with painful anxiety upon the 
Council of Revision, which was instituted for the express purpose 
of guarding the Constitution against the passage of laws " incon- 
sistent with its spirit." 

The Constitution of this State has been in operation upwards of 
forty years, and we have but one precedent on this subject, and that 
is the case of the convention of 1801. But it 'is to be observed that 
the convention of that year was called for two specific objects only, 
and with no other power or authority whatsoever. One of those 
objects was merely to determine the true construction of one of its 
articles and was not intended to alter or amend it, and the other 
was to reduce and limit the number of the senators and members of 
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The last was the single alteration proposed, and perhaps even 
with respect to that point it would have been more advisable that 
the previous sense of the people should have been taken. But there 
is no analogy between this single and cautious case, and the measure 
recommended by the present bill, which is not confined to any- 
specific object of alteration or revisal, but submits the whole con- 
stitutional charter, with all its powers and provisions, however ven- 
erable they may have become by time, and valuable by experience, 
to unlimited revisal. The Council have no evidence before them, 
nor does any legitimate and authentic evidence exist, that the people 
of this State think it either wise or expedient that the entire Con- 
stitution should be revised and probed, and perhaps disturbed to its 
foundation. 

The Council, therefore, think it the most wise and safe course, 
and most accordant with the performance of the great trust com- 
mitted to the representative powers under the Constitution, that the 
question of a general revision of it should be submitted to the 
people, in the first instance, to determine whether a convention 
ought to be convened. 

The declared sense of the American people throughout the 
United States, on this very point, cannot but be received with great 
respect and reverence, and it appears to be the almost universal 
will, expressed in their constitutional charters, that conventions to 
alter the Constitution shall not be called, at the instance of the 
[( c^islature, without the previous sanction of the people by whom 
those Constitutions were ordained. 

The Constitution of Massachusetts was established in 1780, and 
contains the earliest provision on this subject. It provided that in 
the year 1795, the sense of the people should be taken on the neces- 
sity or expediency of revising the Constitution, and that if two-thirds 



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of the votes of the people were in favor of such revision and amend- 
ment, the legislature should provide for calling a convention. The 
convention now sitting in that state was called in consequence of a 
previous submission of such a question to the people. 

The Constitution of South Carolina was ordained in 1790, and 
in that it is declared that no convention should be called, unless by 
the concurrence of two-thirds of both branches of the legislature; 
and the Constitution of Georgia, established in 1798, contains the 
same provision; thus showing that though the people be not pre- 
viously consulted on the question, yet a more than ordinary caution 
and check upon such a measure was indispensable. The Constitu- 
tion of Delaware, of 1792, declares very emphatically that no con- 
vention shall be called but by the authority of the people, and that 
their sense shall be taken by a vote for or against a convention, and 
that if a majority of all the citizens shall have voted for a conven- 
tion, the legislature shall make provision for calling one. The same 
constitutional provision, that no convention shall be called to alter 
or amend the Constitution until the sense of the people, by vote, 
shall have been previously taken, whether in their opinion there 
was a necessity or expediency for a revision of the Constitution, 
has been successfully adopted by the Constitution of New Hamp- 
shire in 1792; by the Constitution of Tennessee in 1796; by the 
Constitution of Kentucky in 1799; by the Constitution of Louisiana 
in 1 81 2; by the Constitution of Indiana in 1816; by the Constitution 
of Mississippi in 1817; and by the Constitution of Illinois in 1818. 

It would, as the Council apprehend, be impossible to produce 
higher and more respectable authority in favor of such a provision, 
and of its value and safetv. 

2. Because the bill contemplates an amended Constitution to be 
submitted to the people, to be adopted or rejected in toto, without 



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prescribing any mode by which a discrimination may be made 
between such provisions as shall be deemed salutary, and such as 
shall be disapproved by the judgment of the people. If the people 
are competent to pass upon the entire amendments, of which there 
can be no doubt, they are equally competent to adopt such of them 
as they approve and to reject such as they disapprove; and this 
undoubted right of the people is the more important if the conven- 
tion is to be called in the first instance, without a previous consulta- 
tion of the pure and original source of all legitimate authority. 
And it is worthy of consideration, and gives additional force to the 
expediency and fitness of a previous reference to the people, that 
time will be thereby given for more mature deliberation upon ques- 
tions arising upon the constitution, which are always momentous in 
their nature, and calculated to affect not the present generation 
alone, but their distant posterity, and when the legislature may 
probably have it in their power to avail themselves of a more just 
and accurate apportionment of the representation in the convention, 
among the several counties of this state. 

The above objections having been communicated the same day 
to the house, were referred to a select committee of the assembly, 
to " consider and report thereon at the next meeting of the legis- 
lature." 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

1S20. Resolved, that James W. Miller be no longer hospital surgeon 

February 

of the fourteenth division of infantry and that a supersedeas issue 
accordingly. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Resolved, that Joseph B. Lathrop be no longer judge advocate 
of the seventeenth brigade of infantry in New York and that a 
supersedeas issue accordingly, and that Slade D. Brown be and he 
hereby is appointed judge advocate in his stead. 



0. 



State Historian. 2107 

1820. 
SUFFOLK COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Thirty-seventh regiment of infantry: Feb? 20 ' 

17. 

Isaac Conkling, lieutenant colonel, vice S. Scidmore, resigned; 
Samuel P. Smith, major, vice Conkling, promoted; Tredwell O. 
Scudder, paymaster; Benjamin Bowers, surgeon's mate. 

Captains — Ebenezer Smith, vice Smith, promoted; Jesse Jarvis, 
vice A. Smith, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Jesse Mills, John C. Kilsey, Charles Wickes. 

Ensigns — Nathan Pedrick, Isaac Mills, Ezra Smith, Daniel 
Wright. 

One Hundred and Thirty-second regiment of infantry: 

John S. Havens, quartermaster, vice T. Davis, resigned. 

William C. Overton, ensign, vice J. Baylis, deceased. 

Isaac Overton, captain, vice M. Learned, resigned; Barnabas 
Ryder, lieutenant, vice I. Overton, promoted; Charles Homan, 
ensign, vice B. Ryder, promoted. 

Charles Woodhull, captain, vice M. Havens, declined; Benjamin 
Robins, lieutenant, vice C. Woodhull, promoted; Israel Davis, 
ensign, vice B. Robins, promoted. 

William B. Culver, ensign, vice Havens, promoted. 

Eightieth regiment of infantry: 

Richard W. Cook, ensign, vice A. Cook, deceased. 

One Hundred and Seventh regiment of infantry: 

Ensigns — Daniel K. Youngs, vice Tuthill, promoted; Samuel 
Williamson, vice Halliock, promoted. 

QUEENS COUNTY. 

Twenty-second brigade of infantry: 

Gideon Nichols, judge advocate; Jacob Coles, brigade quarter- 
master, vice Nichols, promoted. 



1820. 



2108 Annual Report of the 

Ninety-third regiment of infantry: 

John Paynter, lieutenant, vice W. Paynter, resigned; John Mor- 
rell, ensign, vice J. Bragaw, deceased. 

One Hundredth regiment of infantry: 

Lewis X. Searing, surgeon, vice W. D. Creed, moved; Daniel 
Lawrence, surgeon's mate, vice J. D. Coggswell. 

Stephen C. Snedeker, ensign, vice J. Coles, promoted. 

ULSTER COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Thirty-first regiment of infantry: 

Zachariah Snyder, quartermaster; Christopher C. Kierstead, sur- 
geon's mate. 

Captains — Tobias Van Beuren, junior, vice Van Gasbeck, re- 
signed: John Yandebogert, vice A. Hoyt, resigned; John P. Davis, 
vice Lane, resigned; Peter Longendyck. junior, vice Snyder, 
resigned. 

Lieutenants — Isaac F. Davis, vice J. P. Davis, promoted; Solomon 
Hummel, vice Longendyck, promoted; Benjamin Longyear (light 
infantry); Benjamin M. Hasbrook, vice Vandebogert, promoted; 
Jeremiah J. Dubois, vice Van Beuren, promoted. 

Ensigns — Andrew Wolven, vice S. Hummel, promoted; Jeremiah 
Risley (light infantry): Edmund Masten; Richard W. Tappen; 
Arnold Robison. 

One Hundred and Thirtieth regiment of infantry: 

Cornelius E. YVynkoop, colonel, vice Lounsbery, resigned; Louis 
Boyier, lieutenant colonel, vice Wynkoop, promoted; Leonard 
Hardenbergh, junior, major, vice Abbey, resigned; Louis D. Bovier 
 paymaster. 

Henry T. Jansen, captain, vice L. Bovier, promoted; Jacobus A. 
Roosa, lieutenant, vice II. T. Jansen, promoted; William Davis, 
junior, ensign, vice Roosa, promoted. 



State Historian. 2109 

1820. 

Henry C. Hasbrook, captain, vice Hardenbergh, promoted; John 
Benson, lieutenant, vice Hasbrook, promoted; Edmund Burke, 
ensign, vice Benson, promoted. 

Joshua Schoonmaker, captain; Lawrence Hornbeck, lieutenant, 
vice Schoonmaker, promoted. 

Ensigns — Jacob Turner, junior, Henry Shurter, Stephen Schutt. 

SULLIVAN COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Nineteenth regiment of infantry: 
Lieutenants — Jasper Writer, William Otis. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Forty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Hulet Clerk, major, vice J. Blezard, resigned. 

Captains — Daniel Gedney, vice Clark, promoted; Samuel Knap, 
vice Hallock, resigned. 

Benjamin Moore, lieutenant, vice Knap, promoted; Apolis Jes- 
sup, ensign, vice Moore, promoted; Thomas C. Waters, lieutenant, 
vice Elliott, appointed adjutant; Calvin B. Ludlum, ensign, vice 
T. Waters, promoted. 

Moses Miers, captain, vice J. Mather, resigned; Andrew Chryste, 
lieutenant, vice Miers, promoted. 

Levi Van Etten, junior, captain, vice S. Vanfleet, resigned; Ben- 
jamin Westfall, lieutenant, vice Van Etten, promoted. 

Colvill Bradner, captain, vice Van Duzer, resigned; Henry 
Thompson, lieutenant, vice C. Bradner, promoted; John Van Duzer, 
ensign, vice Thompson, promoted. 

Thirtieth regiment of infantry: 

William Howell, lieutenant, vice Smith, moved; Daniel Jessup, 
junior, ensign, vice Howell, promoted; Richard Pelton, ensign, vice 
McCamly, promoted. 



1820. 



21 io Annual Report of the 

Ninety-first regiment of infantry: 

Andrew J. Caldwell, colonel, vice Smith, moved; Joseph Brew- 
ster, lieutenant colonel, vice Caldwell, promoted; George Wilks, 
major, vice Brewster, promoted. 

Royal F. North, captain; Francis Letts, ensign, vice McGarrah, 
resigned; Thomas C. Brewster, ensign, vice Tuthill, moved. 

ULSTER COUNTY. 

Xinety-second regiment of infantry: 

Joseph Deyo, colonel, vice Jacob Deyo, resigned; Daniel S. Els- 
worth, lieutenant colonel, vice Deyo, promoted; Simon M. Lefevre, 
major, vice Elsworth, promoted; John H. Dubois, adjutant, vice 
Elmore, moved; Thomas B. Smith, quartermaster, vice Dubois, 
promoted. 

Abraham P. Lefevre, captain, vice S. Lefevre, promoted; Anthony 
Wygant, lieutenant, vice A. Lefevre, promoted; James Ronk, ensign, 
vice Wygant, promoted; Daniel Clearwater, lieutenant; Joseph 
Forman, ensign, vice Clearwater, promoted; Derick Westbrook, 
junior, lieutenant; Henry C. Dubois, ensign, vice Westbrook, pro- 
moted; Robert Woolsey, lieutenant, vice Smith, promoted; Reuben 
Deyo, ensign, vice Woolsey, promoted. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Fifth regiment of infantry: 

Jacob Pennoyer, captain, vice Jackson, resigned; Benjamin 
McCutchen, lieutenant; Miller Van Keuren, ensign; Archibald 
Murry, ensign, vice O. Clark, resigned. 

Fourteenth regiment of infantry: 

Isaac X. Seymour, adjutant, vice Brown, promoted. 

Light infantry, with rank from July 8, 1819 — William Smith, cap- 
tain, vice Belknap, promoted; Samuel G. Reeder, lieutenant, vice 
Smith, promoted; John D. Phillip, ensign, vice Reeder, promoted. 



State Historian. 21 11 

David Scott, lieutenant, vice W. Weir, resigned. 
Ensigns — David Chandler, vice Scott, promoted; Daniel Merrit; 
Charles Niven, vice Seymour, promoted. 

DELAWARE COUNTY. 

Seventieth regiment of infantry : 

John E. Denio, adjutant, vice Landing, resigned; Orrin Chaise, 
quartermaster, vice Denio; Morris L. Farrington, paymaster, vice 
Chaise; Thomas Hanford, surgeon, vice Whitmash, promoted. 

Jared Webster, captain, vice Johnson, resigned; Daniel Maybee, 
junior, lieutenant, vice Webster, promoted; Stephen Hait, ensign, 
vice Silleman, moved; Elihu C. Phelps, lieutenant, vice Frisbee, 
resigned; Ozias S. Decker, ensign, vice Phelps, promoted; Sheldon 
Patterson, lieutenant, vice Williams, moved; Simeon Curtis, ensign, 
vice Patterson, promoted. 

Riflemen — Zalmon L. Goodsal, lieutenant, vice Farrington, re- 
signed; Peter Maybee, ensign, vice Goodsal, promoted. 

Eighty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Solomon M. Sackrider, colonel, vice Merwin, declining; Elihu 
Ells, lieutenant colonel, vice Sackrider, promoted; John Mcllwain, 
major, vice Ells, promoted; Abner Mack, adjutant. 

Isaac Whitney, lieutenant, vice Mack, promoted; Elijah Churchill, 
ensign. 

Joseph B. Hunt, captain; Reuben Fish, lieutenant; Luther Butts, 
ensign. 

Joseph Molton, captain; Frederick Vrooman, lieutenant; Jacob 
Tuck, ensign. 

Daniel Bush, captain; Abel Squires, lieutenant; Alteron Odell, 
ensign. 

Daniel N. Gaylord, captain. 



1820. 



1820. 



2i 12 Annual Report of the 

One Hundred and Seventy-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Noah Dimmick, colonel, vice Preston, promoted; George H. 
Sands, lieutenant colonel, vice Dimmick, promoted; Lewis Harden- 
bergh, major, vice Landing, resigned; Isaac B. Sands, quartermas- 
ter, vice Hardenbergh, promoted; John Yaple, junior, paymaster, 
vice Sands. 

Riflemen — Alexander A. Grant, captain, vice Sands, promoted; 
John Dixson, lieutenant, vice Grant, promoted; Edward Sands, 
ensign, vice Dixson, promoted. 

Ezekiel Reed, ensign, vice Kelly, moved. 

John Vefmilya, captain, vice S. Vermilya, resigned; Benjamin K. 
Akins, lieutenant, vice Vermilya, promoted; Levi Mead, ensign, 
vice Robertson, moved; Shepard Miller, ensign. 

John Hardenbergh, captain, vice Moffatt, resigned; John L. More, 
lieutenant, vice Hardenbergh, promoted; John J. Wear, ensign, vice 
More, promoted. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Eighty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Lieutenants — Richard Knowlson, vice Van Vechten, aide to gen- 
eral; Bayard E. Hand, vice J. C. Young, moved. 

Ensigns — Samuel S. Fowler, vice Piatt, declined; John T. Vernor, 
vice Knowlson, promoted; James Myers, vice B. E. Hand, pro- 
moted. 

Twenty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Consider King, surgeon's mate, vice Clarke, moved. 

Lieutenants — Joseph Sisson, vice O. Hall, moved; George Benn. 

Ensigns — Thomas Sanford, vice Sisson, promoted; Daniel 
Mackey, vice Mott, moved; William Elsbree (of light infantry); 
Nathaniel Cross, vice Wheaton, moved; Peter Benn, vice Geo. Benn, 
promoted. 



State Historian. 211^ 

One Hundred and Thirty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Gerrit L. Winne, adjutant, vice Shaw, resigned; Myndert W. 
McKenna, surgeon, vice Gibbons, deceased. 

William Meadon, lieutenant, vice Dyer, moved; Leonard D. Shaw, 
ensign, vice Meadon, promoted. 

One Hundred and Fifty-second regiment of infantry: 

Cornelius Secor, colonel, vice J. Wood, resigned; Jacob I. Weid- 
man, lieutenant colonel, vice Secor, promoted; John Armstrong, 
major, vice Weidman, promoted. 

Captains — Gideon Dennison, vice Armstrong, promoted; William 
Rinehart, vice W. A. Deitz, cashiered. 

Lieutenants — William Bronk, vice Rinehart, promoted; John 
Quackenboss, vice Williamson, resigned; Elijah Chesebro, vice 
Wheeler, moved. 

Ensigns — Azer Taber, vice Bronk, promoted; Jabez Crary, vice 
Quackenboss, promoted; Nicholas Osterhout, vice Chesebro, pro- 
moted; Zebulon S. Holdridge. 

One Hundred and Fiftieth regiment of infantry: 

Hugh Erwin, captain, vice A. V. D. Z. Slingerland, resigned; 
John Reid, lieutenant, vice Callaman, resigned; Daniel McEwen, 
ensign; John Kelderhouse, lieutenant, vice Vandenbergh, adjutant; 
Jehoiakim B. Staats, ensign, vice Kelderhouse, promoted. 

Fifth regiment of artillery: 

John M. Cuyler, adjutant, vice Moody, moved. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Eighty-second regiment of infantry: 
John W. Timpson, lieutenant, vice Blunt, adjutant. 
Ensigns— George S. Puffer, Henry Kauffman, William B. Curtis, 
Henry P. Ferris, Luther Clark. 

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1820. 



1S20. 



2i 14 Annual Report of the 

* 

Ninety-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Captains — Bernard Rhinelander, vice Johnson, resigned; James 
J. Roosevelt, junior, vice Townsend, resigned; David Clarkson, vice 
Livingston, resigned; Thomas Addis Emmet, junior, vice Crosby, 
moved; John Q. Jones, vice Dodge, moved. 

Lieutenants — William Newton Clark, vice Rhinelander, promoted; 
Charles L. Livingston, vice Roosevelt, promoted; William B. Clark- 
son, vice D. Clarkson, promoted; John B. Skillman, vice Emmet, 
promoted; James Carleton Hale, vice Jones, promoted; Daniel Lord, 
junior, vice Thompson, declining; William Samuel Johnson, junior, 
vice Selden, declining. 

COLUMBIA COUNTY. 

Eighth division of infantry: 

James Yanderpoel, division inspector, vice Lord, declining. 

SARATOGA COUNTY. 

Fifteenth division of infantry: 

William Henry Powell, division paymaster. 

BROOME COUNTY. 

Fifty-third regiment of infantry (Colonel E. Shoemaker): 
Jedediah Fay, surgeon, vice Barstow, resigned. 

GREENE COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Sixteenth regiment of infantry: 
Riflemen — William W Edwards, captain; John D. Meers, lieu- 
tenant; Horace Morse, ensign. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Tenth brigade of infantry: 

James W. Gerard, judge advocate, vice J. Stoughton, deceased. 
One Hundred and Twenty-fifth regiment of infantry: 
John Slidell, junior, captain, vice Lawrence, in staff; John D. 
Campbell, lieutenant, vice Slidell, promoted. 



State Historian. 21 15 

Ensigns — Edward A. Nicoll, vice Campbell, promoted; Thomas 
Wells; Walter R. Jones; William P. Low. 

Third brigade of infantry: 

Benjamin R. Robson, assistant hospital surgeon. 

Tenth regiment of infantry: 

Samuel Woodhull, major, with rank from July 8, 181 9. 

John Loyd, lieutenant, vice Oakley, resigned; George W. Smith, 
ensign, vice H. C. Hedley, promoted; George W. Betts, ensign, vice 
Blydenburgh, promoted. 

Fifty-first regiment of infantry: 

Captains — James Ainslie, vice Morris, resigned; James P. Dixon, 
vice Parker, resigned; Tibias H. Gates, vice Durry, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Isaac Cheeseborough, vice Ainslie, promoted; 
Thomas McDermutt, vice Dixon, promoted; Nathaniel H. Slosson, 
vice Gates, promoted; Jotham W. Post, vice Purdy, resigned; 
Samuel T. Ross; James Mellis. 

Ensigns — Erastus Goodwin, John E. Pirch. 

One Hundred and Forty-second regiment of infantry: 

Charles King, colonel, vice Seixas, resigned; John W. Sterling, 
surgeon, vice Robson, .promoted. 

Lieutenants — Joseph M.Espada, vice Thompson, resigned; Henry 
Johnson, vice Bruen, declining. 

Ensigns — Aquila G. Stout, vice Espada, promoted; William S. 
Burtiss, vice Johnson, promoted; Robert Gracie, vice Thebaud, re- 
signed; Elisha Averill; George J. Rogers. 

RICHMOND COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Forty-sixth regiment of infantry: 
Peter Johnson, captain, vice Totten, resigned; Asher Androvett, 
lieutenant, vice Johnson, promoted; Abraham Winnant, ensign. 



1820. 



1820. 



2i 16 Annual Report of the 

KINGS COUNTY. 

Sixty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Abraham Lott, quartermaster; Samuel J. Garritson, paymaster. 

Captains — Martin Schenck, vice Van Cleef; Ryley Clark; Charles 
F. Rappelyea, vice Johnson, resigned. 

Lieutenants — James De Bevoice, vice Schenck, promoted; Nicho- 
las Van Brunt, vice Suydam, resigned; John G. Van Cott, vice 
Clark, promoted; John Lawrence, vice Rappelyea, promoted. 

Ensigns — Simeon Back, Garrit Baxler, Henry Boerum. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Seventy-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Aaron Sargeant, lieutenant colonel, vice Parker, resigned. 

Isaac T. Van Wyck, lieutenant, vice Maltbie, resigned. 

Ensigns — George W. Warner, vice Van Wyck, promoted; Ben- 
jamin Hempstead, vice Savage, declining; James R. Harned, vice 
Blackford, declining. 

Eighty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

John Thomas Jones, colonel, vice Hatfield, resigned; Thomas L, 
Chester, lieutenant colonel, vice Jones, promoted; George S. 
Doughty, major, vice Chester, promoted. 

Captains — Abraham Depeyster,vice Ingraham, resigned; Edmund 
Kortwright, vice Popham, quartermaster. 

Lieutenants — Henry Hone, vice McVickar, moved; James P. Gif- 
fing, vice Depeystcr, promoted; George Turnbull, junior, vice Kort- 
wright, promoted; John C. Babcock, vice Ogden, resigned. 

Ensigns — Governeur M. Wilkins, vice 'Harrison, promoted; 
James I. Boyd, vice Ogden, promoted; Enoch C. March, vice Hone, 
promoted; George Jones, vice Giffing, promoted; Charles Starr, 
vice Turnbull, promoted; James Morris, vice Babcock, promoted; 
John W. Brown, vice \\ inthrop, resigned. 



State Historian. 21 17 

One Hundred and Sixth regiment of infantry: 

Egbert Van Beuren, major, vice Sargeant, promoted. 

Lieutenants— Samuel L. Mitchill, junior, vice Betts, resigned; 
Peter C. Bowne, vice Le Roy, resigned; James La Tourett, vice 
Knevells, declined. 

Melancton S. Swartwout, ensign, vice Mitchill, promoted. 

One Hundred and Fifteenth regiment of infantry: 

Samuel P. Dunbar, surgeon, vice Chapman, resigned. 

Captain? — William Holmes, vice Suffern, resigned; Charles Hep- 
burn, vice Doughty, promoted; Jacob A. Roome, vice Van Beuren, 
promoted. 

Lieutenants — Reid R. Throckmorton, vice Holmes, promoted; 
George Scriba, vice Roome, promoted. 

Ensigns — Benjamin H. Folger, vice Throckmorton, promoted; 
Jacob Townsend, vice Scriba, promoted; Stephen Stanbury, vice J. 
Throckmorton, promoted. 

Joseph Throckmorton, lieutenant, vice Roome, promoted; Lodo- 
wick Fick, ensign, vice Ferris, promoted; Robert M. Cox, ensign, 
vice Stuyvesant, promoted. 

DUTCHESS COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Forty-first regiment of infantry: 

George H. Peters, major, vice Winton, moved; Thomas Ham- 
mond, surgeon, vice Tredway, resigned. 

John Allen, captain, vice Peters, promoted; Henry S. Marshall, 
lieutenant, vice Allen, promoted; William S. Peters, ensign, vice 
Marshall, promoted; Leonard L. Seaman, ensign, vice Hammond, 
promoted. 

Captains — Smith Rowland, vice Casper, resigned; Thomas Lyon, 
vice Barnes, resigned. 



1820. 



1820. 



21 18 Annual Report of the 

Lieutenants — Philip Sleight, vice Rowland, promoted; Samuel 
Barnes, vice Gazley, moved; Willis Bristol, vice Barnard, promoted;. 
Emery Sheak, vice Lyon, promoted. 

Ensigns — Richard Yandeburgh, vice Barnes, promoted; David 
Rust, vice Bristol, promoted; John Boyse, vice Sheak, promoted; 
David Weller, vice Hammond, promoted. 

Twenty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

John M. Wheeler, paymaster, vice Culver, moved; John S. Perlee, 
surgeon, vice Hurd, declining. 

Merrick Parish, captain, vice Dakin, promoted; Samuel Dunning, 
lieutenant, vice Parish, promoted; Philip Chase, ensign, vice Dun- 
ning, promoted. 

David Rider, captain, vice Haight, resigned; Joseph H. Mosher, 
lieutenant, vice Rider, promoted; Orvil Sacket, ensign, vice Mosher, 
promoted. 

Oliver E. Chamberlain, captain, vice Morehouse, resigned; Wil- 
liam Stephens, lieutenant, vice Chamberlain, promoted; George M. 
Pern,-, ensign, vice Stephens, promoted. 

William Sherwood, captain, vice Balis, resigned; William Morgan, 
lieutenant, vice Sherwood, promoted; Stephen Foot, ensign, vice 
Morgan, promoted. 

Joel Denton, junior, captain, vice Mitchell, resigned; Morris K. 
Flint, lieutenant, vice Denton, promoted; John H. Wilson, ensign, 
vice Gray, moved; George Brown, ensign, vice Wheeler, promoted. 

One Hundred and Eleventh regiment of infantry: 

Jacob Heermancc, quartermaster, vice Dubois, resigned; John P. 
Cox, surgeon's mate, vice Delamater, deceased. 

Henry Ostrom, captain, vice Van Waggoner, resigned; Smith 
Dunning, lieutenant, vice Ostrom, promoted; John Teats, ensign, 
vice Dunning, promoted. 



State Historian. 21 19 

Sebastian Brown, captain, vice Van Waggoner, resigned; Fred- 
erick J. Pultzs, lieutenant, vice Brown, promoted; Counrad Ackert, 
junior, ensign, vice Pultzs, promoted. 

James German, captain, vice Storry, resigned; Benjamin Conger, 
lieutenant, vice German, promoted; Rowlan Story, ensign, vice Con- 
ger, promoted. 

John L. Knickerbacker, captain, vice Northrup, moved; Fred- 
erick F. Ham, lieutenant, vice Knickerbacker, promoted; Daniel 
Sherwood, ensign, vice Ham, promoted. 

James Van Kearen, lieutenant of light infantry. 

Eighty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

James F. Pells, surgeon's mate, vice Per Lee, moved. 

Richard Nelson, lieutenant, vice Barnum, resigned; James Bowne, 
ensign, vice Nelson, promoted. 

Alfred Raymond, captain, vice Valentine, resigned; Peter P. 
Hayes, lieutenant, vice Van Kleeck, resigned; Warren Skinner, 
ensign, vice Hayes, promoted. 

Abraham J. Schultzs, captain, vice Mott, moved; John Caswell, 
lieutenant, vice Schultzs, promoted; Smith Skidmore, ensign, vice 
Caswell, promoted; William H. Bulkley, ensign, vice Brooks, moved; 
Daniel W. Williams, lieutenant, vice Stoutenburgh, resigned; Vin- 
cent Odell, ensign, vice Williams, promoted; John H. Davis, ensign. 

ONONDAGA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fifty-ninth regiment of infantry: 
Dorastus Lawrence, colonel, vice Mason, declining; Elijah Bowen, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Lawrence, promoted; Philo Dibble, adjutant, 
vice Sherwood, declining; Richard R. Davis, quartermaster, vice 
Dibble, promoted; Hezekiah Earll, paymaster, vice Ludlow, moved; 
Erastus Humphreys, surgeon, vice Porter, promoted; Judah B. 
Hopkins, surgeon's mate, vice Beach, moved. 



1820. 



1820. 



2120 Annual Report of the 

Captains — Stephen Horton, vice Hall, resigned; Chester Clark, 
vice Bates, declining; Xorman Curtis, vice Hall, resigned; Isaac 
Skeels, vice Bowen, promoted. 

Lieutenants — John Pardee, vice Horton, promoted; Roswell 
Newell, vice Clark, promoted; Zerah Shepard, vice Curtis, pro- 
moted; John Loury, vice Skeels, promoted; Jeremiah Fitzgerald, 
vice Copp, moved. 

Ensig-ns — Henry Briggs, vice Pardee, promoted; Hiram Earll, 
vice Newell, promoted; Simeon B. Chapman; Samuel Whiting; 
Abraham Egleston. 

Sixty-second regiment of infantry: 

John Daniels, second, adjutant, vice Knap, declining; Saul C. 
Upson, surgeon's mate, vice Ingersol, moved; Alvah West, quarter- 
master, vice Daniels, promoted. 

Isaac Belknap, captain, vice More, moved; John Cross, junior, 
lieutenant, vice Belknap, promoted. 

Ensigns — Isaac Harman, vice St. John, promoted; Eleazer Prin- 
dle, vice Green, moved; Lucius Graves, vice Warren, declining; Eli- 
jah W. Bronson, vice Potter, declining. 

Ninety-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Asa Barnes, junior, ensign, vice Potter, moved. 

Johnson Hall, captain, vice Cole, resigned; John Shue, lieutenant, 
vice Hall, promoted. 

Ensigns — Harry Hall, vice Shue, promoted; Ansel Shattuck, vice 
Vinel, moved; Jeremiah Cale (of riflemen), vice Hall, declining; 
Chester Clapp (of grenadiers), vice Talbott, moved. 

Sixteenth regiment of infantry: 

Squire M. Brown, lieutenant, with rank from March 27, 1819. 

One Hundred and Seventy-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Ralph R. Phelps, colonel, vice Forbes, resigned; Elijah Phillips, 



State Historian. 2 121 

lieutenant colonel, vice Phelps, promoted; Joseph Smith, major, vice 
Phillips, promoted. 

Abraham DeLamatter, paymaster, vice Norris, declining; William 
Taylor, surgeon, vice Granger, sheriff; Asahel Yale, surgeon's mate, 
vice Sull (Ansel Lull), moved. 

Light Infantry — John B. Johnson, captain, vice Smith, pro- 
moted; Jeremiah J. Crossett, lieutenant, vice Johnson, promoted; 
Lucius Cook, ensign, vice Crossett, promoted. 

Ensigns — William L. Crossett, vice Delamater, declined; James 
Williams, vice E. Williams, moved. 

Thomas Donnelly, lieutenant, vice Cotton, moved; Mason Branch, 
ensign, vice Donnelly, promoted. 

Henry Kellogg, captain, vice Palmer, resigned; Jesse Worden, 
lieutenant, vice Kellogg, promoted; George L. Taylor, ensign, vice 
Worden, promoted; Henry P. Bogardus, lieutenant, vice Jackson, 
moved. 

One Hundred and Forty-seventh regiment of infantry : 

Thomas Wheeler, lieutenant colonel, vice Johnson; Levi Ellis, 
major, vice Wheeler, promoted; Jared W. Daniels, surgeon, vice 
Brewster, declining; Samuel Healy, surgeon's mate, vice Daniels, 
promoted. 

B. Davis Noxen, captain, vice Griff en, declining; John Rayner, 
lieutenant, vice Doud, declining; John H. Johnson, ensign, vice 
Rayner, promoted; Jonathan S. Davis, lieutenant, vice Harroun, 
declined; Samuel Amidon, ensign. 

George Nichols, captain, vice Ellis, promoted; Silas Field, lieu- 
tenant, vice Nichols, promoted; Rodman Potter, ensign, vice Fields, 
promoted. 

Orrin Hutchinson, captain; Jacob Aldridge, lieutenant; Daniel S. 
Bacon, ensign; Samuel Forman, lieutenant, vice Hickok, promoted; 
Orrin Tyler, ensign. 



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1820. 



2122 Annual Report of the 

Light Infantry — Morehouse Hickok, captain; Charles Morgan, 
lieutenant; William Barret, ensign. 

Riflemen — Josiah Bronson, junior, captain; William Patridge, 
lieutenant; Jonathan Williams, ensign. 

SARATOGA COUNTY. 

Ninth brigade of infantry: 

George W. Kirtland, judge advocate, vice Odle, declining. 

Thirty-second regiment of infantry: 

John McWilliams, surgeon, vice Shumway, moved; Ralph Mid- 
dlebrook, quartermaster, vice Sage, promoted. 

Light Infantry — John A. Gilchrist, captain, vice Brotherson, 
resigned; Arthur Cook, lieutenant, vice Wadkins, resigned; James 
Anderson, ensign, vice Clark, moved. 

Captains — Luzon Curtis, vice Miller, moved; Orin Sage, vice 
Thomas, resigned. 

Henry Doolittle, lieutenant, vice Holt, promoted; Daniel K. 
Smith, ensign, vice Curtis, promoted; Henry P. Chapman, ensign, 
vice Middlebrook, promoted. 

Forty-first regiment of infantry: 

Joseph Chase, paymaster, vice Andrews, resigned. 

One Hundred and Forty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Frederick H. Harris, adjutant; George Edson, quartermaster, vice 
Harris, adjutant; Nathan D. Sherwood, paymaster, vice Blone 
(Joshua Bloom, junior), refusing. 

Daniel Frasier, captain, vice L. Frasier, resigned; George Millions, 
junior, vice D. Frasier, promoted; Andrew Frost, ensign, vice Mil- 
lions, promoted. 

Adam Van Yranken, junior, captain, vice Visscher, resigned; 
Abraham Best, lieutenant, vice Van Vranken, promoted; Isaac 



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Peters, ensign; Abel Whipple, lieutenant, vice Kirtland, promoted; 
Horatio Gates, ensign, vice Whipple, promoted; John Devvel, ensign, 
vice J. Evans, declining. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Fourth regiment of infantry: 

Duty S. Thompson, lieutenant; David Thompson, ensign; Asahel 
Rowel, ensign. 

Twenty-second regiment of infantry: 

Jeremiah Fisher, quartermaster; Hiron Hathaway, paymaster. 

Constant Cornell, captain, vice Hicks, resigned; Harvey Bissell, 
lieutenant, vice Cornel, promoted; Noadiah Case, ensign; Elijah 
Arnold, lieutenant; Paul W. Hazen, ensign; Isaac P. White, ensign. 

Light Infantry — Nathan Briggs, captain; Daniel Short, lieuten- 
ant, vice Briggs, promoted; Cyrus Briggs, ensign. 

Ninety-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Robert Adams, junior, major. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

Thirteenth division of infantry: 
Richard R. Lansing, paymaster. 

COLUMBIA COUNTY. 

Sixth regiment of artillery: 

Rodney S. Church, captain; Arement Acly, first lieutenant; John 
Cross, second lieutenant. 

One Hundred and Sixty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Wilhelmas Wolcott, lieutenant, vice Lester, moved; William Sim- 
mons, ensign, vice Wolcott, promoted. 

Archalus Tupper, surgeon's mate, vice Increase McGee (Caldwell), 
promoted. 

John Poucher, paymaster, vice Dickey, resigned. 



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Matthew Coventry, captain, vice L. Whitlock, resigned; William 
White, lieutenant, vice Coventry, promoted; Gilbert Butler, ensign, 
vice White, promoted; John P. Bartle, lieutenant, vice Van DeBoe, 
resigned; Jacob Place, junior, ensign, vice Bartle, promoted; Darius 
S. Colver, lieutenant, vice Miller, declining; Thomas Bennett, ensign, 
vice Colver, promoted. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Thirty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Light Infantry — John L. Lobdell, captain; Stephen Livingston, 
lieutenant; John Walker, ensign. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Eighteenth regiment of infantry: 

Ebenezer Kimble, colonel, vice Clark, resigned; William Van 
Kortwick, lieutenant colonel, vice Kimble, promoted; Daniel 
McXeal, major, vice Taylor, resigned. 

John Larmoth, captain, vice Van Nprtwick, promoted; Nicholas 
Rogers, lieutenant, vice Hubbard, resigned; Daniel McConnellee, 
ensign, vice Larmouth, promoted. 

Philip McEachron, captain, vice McNeal, promoted; Philip C. 
Bain, lieutenant, vice McEachron, promoted; John Bishop, ensign, 
vice Bain, promoted. 

Fiftieth regiment of infantry: 

John W. Wilson, captain, vice D. Thomas, resigned; William 
McClelland, third, lieutenant, vice Wilson, promoted; John Ward, 
ensign, vice McClelland, promoted. 

NIAGARA COUNTY. 

Twenty-fourth division of infantry: 

Heman II. Potter, paymaster, vice Coffin, moved. 



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suffolk county. 
First division of infantry: 

Butler Coles, inspector; Richard F. Floyd, paymaster; Samuel B. 
Nicoll, judge advocate; Elias S. Felterau, quartermaster. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Eleventh brigade of infantry: 

Henry Fonda, brigadier general, vice Nellis, resigned. 

Thirty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Archibald Mclntyre, colonel, vice Fonda, promoted; William J. 
Dodge, lieutenant colonel, vice Mclntyre, promoted; Giles Fonda, 
major, vice Dodge, promoted. 

Hermanus Degraff, captain, vice Fonda, promoted; Simon 
Conyne, lieutenant, vice Degraff, promoted; Jesse J. Degraff, 
ensign, vice Conine, promoted. 

Wynant Van Heusen, captain, vice Lansing, promoted; James 
Kline, lieutenant, vice Van (Heusen, Hoosen); Joshua Stearns, 
ensign, vice Kline, promoted; Volkert Voorhies, lieutenant, vice 
Cromwell, moved; Adam H. Eacker, ensign, vice Voorhies, pro- 
moted. 

One Hundred and Thirty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Robert Bowman, lieutenant colonel, vice Sternberg, transferred; 
Robert Crouse, major, vice Bowman, promoted; John Taylor, adju- 
tant, vice Elwood, promoted; John Brown, quartermaster, vice Dun- 
kle, resigned; John S. Shuler, surgeon, vice Holmes, transferred; 
Moses Johnson, surgeon's mate, vice Shuler, promoted. 

Cornelius Runkle, captain, vice Clement, resigned; Cornelius 
Lyker, lieutenant, vice Runkle, promoted. 

Henry B. Johnson, captain, vice Wert, resigned; Cornelius Lane, 
junior, lieutenant, vice Johnson, promoted; Brewster Conkling, 



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ensign, vice Lane, promoted; Cornelius C. Van Camp, lieutenant,, 
vice Ehle, moved; Solomon Ehvood, lieutenant, vice Keller, moved. 
Riflemen — Herman J. Ehle, captain, vice Jenkins, transferred; 
David Hackney, first lieutenant, vice Ehle, promoted; Peter Pletts, 
second lieutenant, vice Hackney, promoted; George Spencer, ensign, 
vice Garlock, moved; Jacob M. Gardinier, ensign, vice Lycker, 
promoted. 

One Hundred and Twenty-second regiment of infantry: 

Ashbel Cornwell, quartermaster; Matthias J. Bovee, paymaster, 
vice Cornwell; Joshua Nichols, surgeon, vice Manchester, promoted. 

Thomas W. Johnson, captain, vice Newman, resigned; Jacob 
Banta, lieutenant, vice Johnson, promoted; John Ladd, junior, 
ensign, vice Banta promoted. 

Caleb W. Slocum, captain, vice Lobdell, resigned; Joseph F. 
Spier, lieutenant, vice Slocum, promoted; Samuel Manchester, lieu- 
tenant, vice Tabor, promoted. 

Light Infantry — John Frimyre, captain, vice McAllister, 
moved; Archibald Stewart, lieutenant, vice Frimyre, promoted; 
James Kennedy, ensign, vice Stewart, promoted; John J. Shew, 
ensign in Captain Slocum's company. 

Nineteenth regiment of infantry: 

Daniel Sprecker, paymaster, vice Gray, moved. 

George Gray, captain, vice Cook, moved; George G. Waggoner, 
lieutenant, vice Gray, promoted; Peter P. Kilds, ensign, vice Wag- 
goner, promoted. 

Levi Bliss, junior, captain, vice Bleckman, resigned; Seth B. Sher- 
wood, lieutenant, vice Bliss, promoted; Thayal Aldryg, ensign, vice 
Sherwood, promoted. 

John L. Claus, captain, vice Wright, resigned; Jacobus I. Swart- 
wout, lieutenant, vice Claus, promoted; Jonathan Selter, ensign, vice 
Swartwout, promoted. 



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Samuel Bates, captain; Daniel D. Cool, lieutenant; Ebenezer 
Healy, ensign, vice Bates, promoted. 

SCHENECTADY COUNTY. 

Fifty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

John S. Bonny, quartermaster, vice Fonda, resigned; Isaac Scher- 
merhorn, surgeon's mate, vice Toll, resigned. 

Light Infantry — James Duane, captain, vice Clute, resigned; 
Abraham Swits, lieutenant, vice Banker, transferred; Lewis B. 
Giamberlain, ensign, vice Swits, promoted; Henry Lovett, lieuten- 
ant, vice T. Hamlin, moved; Tobias Teller, ensign, vice C. Hamlin, 
moved. 

Isaac J. Clute, captain, vice Duane, transferred; Levi Benedict, 
lieutenant, vice Clute, promoted; John Duane, ensign, vice Bonny, 
promoted. 

John D. Toll, captain, vice Millard, moved; Abraham N. Van 
Antwerp, lieutenant, vice Toll, promoted; Luke Dows, ensign, vice 
Van Antwerp, promoted; George Gordon, lieutenant, vice Bond, 
resigned; William .Gifrbrd, ensign, vice Cheesman, resigned. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Twenty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

James Davis, surgeon, vice Babbitt, moved; William Carlile, sur- 
geon's mate, vice Davis, promoted. 

Sloan Hamliton, captain, vice Veeder, declining; Thomas Brand, 
ensign. 

Philip Hilts, lieutenant. 

One Hundred and Eighty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Peter Servoss, captain, vice Clark, resigned; Alexander A. Adair, 
lieutenant, vice Servoss, promoted; Peter Starling, ensign, vice 
Adair, promoted. 



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SCHENECTADY COUNTY. 
John M. Millar, quartermaster. 
Jesse Abbe)-, ensign; William Turnbull, ensign. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Twenty-first regiment of infantry: 

John Moss, colonel, with rank from April 24, 1818; John Helle- 
bert, junior, major, with rank from March 27, 1819. 

Charles White, lieutenant, vice Ferris, resigned; Elijah Murphy, 
ensign, vice White, promoted. 

William Degolier, captain, vice Holmes, resigned; James Farr, 
lieutenant, vice Degolier, promoted; Jacob Spicer, ensign, vice Farr, 
promoted. 

Thomas Vaughn, captain, vice Barnum, resigned; Joseph McCul- 
loch, lieutenant, vice Vaughn, promoted; Nathan P. Colvin, ensign, 
vice McCulloch, promoted; Hosea Goodman, ensign, vice Palmer, 
declining. 

Doctor Ripley, captain, vice Spencer, moved; William H. Teirce, 
lieutenant, vice Ripley, promoted; John Cunningham, ensign, vice 
Teirce, promoted. 

Sixth regiment of artillery: 

Joseph Wicks, captain, vice Day, moved; Harry Forbes, first lieu- 
tenant, vice Wicks, promoted; Sewel Blood, second lieutenant, vice 
Forbes, promoted. 

WARREN AND WASHINGTON COUNTIES. 

Twenty-third regiment of infantry: 

Lothrop Burge. captain, vice Mead, deceased; Bradford Knapp, 
lieutenant, vice Burge, promoted; William Page, ensign, vice Knapp, 
promoted. 

Peleg Baker, junior, captain, vice Lamb; Sherman Newbury, lieu- 



State Historian. 2129 

tenant, vice Baker, promoted; Jeptha Baker, ensign, vice Newbury, 
promoted. 

Thomas Burnham, captain, vice Richards, moved; Forbus W. 
Norman, lieutenant, vice Burnham, promoted; Israel Stiles, ensign, 
vice Norman, promoted; Jacob Wilcox, lieutenant, vice Nelson, 
moved; John Richards, junior, ensign, vice Wilcox, promoted; Ben- 
jamin Eaton, lieutenant, vice Baldwin, moved; Jeremiah A. Gould, 
ensign, vice Eaton, promoted. 

ESSEX COUNTY. 

Ninth regiment of infantry: 

John Harris, lieutenant colonel, vice Tomlinson, resigned; James 
Burnet, major, vice Harris, promoted; James Burnet, junior, quar- 
termaster, vice Nichols, moved. 

Wilder Butterfield, captain, vice Barker, resigned; Harvey Tuttle, 
lieutenant, vice Butterfield, promoted; Thomas Farnsworth, ensign, 
vice Tuttle, promoted. 

Joshua Bailey, captain, vice Philips, resigned; Delan Stevens, lieu- 
tenant, vice Bailey, promoted; John McClenathan, junior, ensign, 
vice Stevens, promoted; Jonathan Blair, lieutenant, vice Backus, 
resigned; William Dunning, ensign, vice Bliss, declining. 

Riflemen — John Nichols, lieutenant; William Wright, ensign. 

Thirty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Alexander Trimble, adjutant, vice Prindle, moved; Thomas 
Steele, quartermaster, vice Trimble, adjutant; Alanson Mitchell, 
paymaster, vice Steele; Diodorus Holcomb, surgeon, vice Dryden, 
promoted; Daniel W. Sturtevant, surgeon's mate, vice Holcomb, 
promoted. 

Cheney Burpee, lieutenant, vice Carr, resigned; Timothy Lee, 
ensign, vice Burpee, promoted; Valentine Kellogg, lieutenant, vice 

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Root, resigned; David Judd, ensign, vice Kellogg, promoted; Elijah 

Newell, lieutenant, vice Bramen, resigned; Vine T. Bingham, ensign,. 

vice Newell, promoted. 

Battalion of infantry commanded by Major Allen Peck: 

Sylvanus Wells, adjutant, vice Prindle, promoted. 

Charles B. Prindle, captain, vice Slate, resigned; James H. Wil- 

lard, ensign, vice Spicer, resigned; Seth Johnson, lieutenant; Jonah 

Bruce, ensign; Cyrus Hall, ensign. 

CLINTON COUNTY. 

Thirty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Ezra Thurber, colonel, vice Turner, resigned; Anson J. Sperry, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Thurber, promoted; Septa Filmore, major; 
Alexander McCotter, junior, adjutant; William B. Underhill, quar- 
termaster; Miles Stephenson, surgeon, vice Mooers, promoted; 
Baruch Beckwith, surgeon's mate. 

Stephen Goodspeed, captain, vice Hickok, cashiered; Charles 
Goodspeed, lieutenant, vice Bailey, resigned; Anslem Goodrich, 
ensign; Winthrop Wheaton, lieutenant; Robert Knapp, ensign. 

Epaphroditus Ransom, captain, vice Filmore, promoted; Francis 
Kinsley, lieutenant, vice Ransom, promoted; Solomon Fisk, ensign, 
vice Kinsley, promoted; Squier Stafford, lieutenant; Leonard Briggs, 
ensign; Briggs S. Soper, ensign. 

Light Infantry — Ralph C. Horr, captain; Frederick L. C 
Sailly, lieutenant; Smith Meed, ensign. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

Sixty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

James J. Webb, ensign. 

Reves Peck, captain, vice Winslow, resigned; John Daggitt, lieu- 
tenant, vice Peck, promoted; William Brown, ensign, vice Dagget, 
promoted. 



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Samuel Wilson, captain, vice Conger, resigned; George Addams, 
lieutenant, vice Wilson, promoted; Jenison Dike, ensign; Samuel 
Bell, ensign, vice Hobbs, promoted; Benjamin Hobbs, lieutenant, 
vice Easterbrooks, resigned. 

Riflemen — James Hatch, captain, vice Thayre, resigned; Simeon 
Hawks, lieutenant, vice Hatch, promoted; Orrada Day, ensign, vice 
Hawks, promoted. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

Eighth regiment of infantry: 

Riflemen — Henry Bennet, captain, vice Wilbor, resigned; Ira 
Manley, lieutenant; Ira Coe, ensign. 

Ensigns — Henry Burril, Western Ferris. 

Isaac Woodin, captain, vice Beebe, moved; Arthur Smith, lieuten- 
ant; Ebenezer N. Walker, ensign. 

Charles Lamberson, captain, vice Bronson; Orrin Ives, lieutenant; 
Cornelius Lamberson, ensign. 

Twenty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

David R. Carrier, adjutant; Henry Rising, quartermaster. 

Isaac Woodworth, lieutenant, vice Forman, moved; Dudley 
Wightman, ensign, vice Woodworth, promoted; Joseph Eells, lieu- 
tenant, vice Carrier, promoted; Alfred Willis, ensign, vice A. Brown, 
moved. 

Jacob D. Petrie, captain, vice J. Mills, promoted; John Miller, 
junior, lieutenant, vice E. Mills, moved; George H. Miller, ensign, 
vice Miller, promoted; Amasa Brainard Miller, lieutenant, vice Mat- 
tison, resigned; Tilly Littlejohn, lieutenant, vice Coe, resigned; Reed 
Brockway, ensign, vice Littlejohn, promoted. 

William W. Dygert, captain, vice Folts; John B. Dygert, lieuten- 
ant, vice W. W. Dygert, promoted; Jacob Dederick, ensign. 

Riflemen— Andrew Joslin, captain; James Myers, lieutenant;. 
Chauncey Adams, ensign. 



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21^2 Annual Report of the 

One Hundred and Ninety-second regiment of infantry: 

Abel Millington, surgeon's mate. 

Joseph Rooker, captain, vice Bloomfield, resigned; Eli Leonard, 
lieutenant, vice Rooker, promoted; John Arant, lieutenant; Jacob 
Waggoner, junior, ensign; John Ellsworth, ensign of light infantry. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY. 

Fourth brigade of infantry: 

Daniel Wardwell, inspector, vice Wright, promoted; Egbert Ten 
Eyck, judge advocate, vice Wardwell; Richard Goodell, paymaster, 
vice Ten Eyck; Noah Tubbs, assistant hospital surgeon. 

Fifty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Benjamin Wright, lieutenant colonel, vice Sterling, resigned; 
Charles Hollister, major, vice Bealls, resigned; Joseph C. Wood, 
paymaster, vice Jenkins, resigned. 

John Otis, captain, vice Hollister, promoted; Theodore Dickinson, 
lieutenant, vice Otis, promoted; Cyrus Hall, ensign, vice Wood, 
resigned; Thomas Trusby, ensign, vice Lewis, resigned. 

Frederick Harter, captain, vice Goodell, moved; Pardon Smith, 
lieutenant, vice Harter, promoted; James Cook, ensign of riflemen, 
vice Barny, moved; Live Stanley, lieutenant, vice Sisson, declining; 
Daniel Jendees, ensign, vice Stanley, promoted. 

Seventy-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Abner Baker, adjutant, vice Pennock, resigned; Henry Fay, quar- 
termaster; David W. Bucklin, paymaster, vice Ten Eyck, promoted; 
Henry If. Sherwood, surgeon, vice Kimball, resigned; Jonathan B. 
Burton, surgeon's mate. 

Captains — William Sheldon; David Smith, vice Paine, resigned; 
Deodatus Babbitt, vice Winslow, resigned; Enoch Clark, vice Rudd, 
resigned. 



State Historian. 2133 

Lieutenants — John E. Seykes, vice Sheldon, promoted; Anson 
Moore, vice Tomblin; Ansel Wright, vice Babbitt, promoted; Mark 
Merrill, vice Clark, promoted; Horace Tyler, vice Rowe, moved. 

Ensigns — Joseph B. Hinds, vice Sykes, promoted; Isaac Babbitt; 
Horace Mitchell, vice Tyler, promoted; Ward Hubbard. 

Light Infantry — Martin Ellis, captain, vice Andrus, resigned; 
Elias Woodard, lieutenant; Simeon Peck, ensign. 

Eighth regiment of artillery: 

Nathaniel Utley, captain; Robert Nickles, first lieutenant; Asa 
Tisdale, second lieutenant. 

One Hundred and Eighth regiment of infantry: 

Ansel Winslow, major. 

Abner Brooks, captain, vice Winslow, promoted; Oliver Fuller, 
lieutenant, vice Brooks, promoted; Daniel Breakenbridge, ensign, 
vice Fuller, promoted; Ira Willard, lieutenant, vice Gotham, moved; 
Eliphalet Peck, lieutenant, vice Cleveland, moved; Daniel D. Ste- 
phenson, ensign, vice Willard, promoted; William Rouse, junior, 
lieutenant, vice Webb, promoted; Silas Webb, ensign, vice Rouse, 
promoted. 

Milton W. Hopkins, captain, vice Grimes, resigned; Reuben Treat, 
lieutenant, vice Comstock. 

Levi Torry, captain, vice Stow, resigned; Simon Towle, lieuten- 
ant, vice Torry, promoted; James McKenzey, ensign, vice Towle, 
promoted. 

Light Infantry — Asa Hall, captain; Sylvester Kelsey, lieuten- 
ant; Arnold Miller, ensign. 

Jabez H. Beardsley, captain; Martin Lincolin, lieutenant; Samuel 
Bingham, ensign; Isaac Luther, ensign. 

One Hundred and Eighty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Asahel Smith, adjutant, vice Bacon, promoted; Alvah Kinney, 



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quartermaster, vice Butterfield, resigned; Edward S. Rossiter, chap- 
lain; Eliashib Adams, surgeon's mate. 

Light Infantry — David McFarland, lieutenant; Hosea C. Pad- 
dock, ensign, vice McFarland. 

Riflemen — Joseph N. Bacon, captain; Abel B. Clary, first lieu- 
tenant; Jabez Hunting, second lieutenant; James Buckley, ensign. 

John P. Rice, captain, vice Howe, declining; Joseph M. Dennie, 
lieutenant, vice Rice, promoted; Daniel Morrison, ensign, vice Ken- 
ney. promoted. 

Oliver Grow, captain, vice Powers, resigned; Nathan Stetson, 
lieutenant, vice Grow, promoted; William L. Payne, ensign, vice 
Stetson, promoted; Nathaniel B. Morton, lieutenant, vice Howel, 
declining; John Lawton, ensign, vice Shafts. 

Major Amos Judd's battalion of infantry: 

Riflemen — William Ainsworth, captain; Gideon L. Kelsey, first 
lieutenant; Seymour Green, second lieutenant; Alfred W. Ackley, 
ensign. 

Lyman Hunt, captain; William Martin, lieutenant; Hiram 
Ormsby, ensign. 

Mcrril Darby, captain; John Howard, lieutenant; Noah Norton, 
ensign. 

John Richards, captain; Joseph Rider, lieutenant; Daniel Rob- 
bins, ensign. 

LEWIS COUNTY. 

Forty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Rowland Bush, adjutant, vice Doty, promoted. 

Calvin Gowdy, captain; John Gates, lieutenant, vice Gowdy, pro- 
moted: Samuel Payson, ensign. 

Lansing Benjamin, captain, vice Potter, resigned; Harper Adams, 
lieutenant, vice Benjamin, promoted; John B. Hill, ensign; John 
Whittlesey, lieutenant; Isaac Lyman, ensign. 



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Samuel Northum, junior, captain, vice Merriam, promoted; 
Nathan Post, lieutenant; Hezekiah Braynard, ensign, vice Northum, 
promoted; Fellows E. Taylor, lieutenant, vice Burt, adjutant; Jere- 
miah Seymour, ensign, vice Sacket, absent. 

Eighth regiment of artillery: 

Homer Collins, captain; Horace Clapp, first lieutenant; Cyprian 
House, second lieutenant. 

One Hundred and First regiment of infantry: 

Jared Knapp, colonel, vice Cook, resigned; Isaiah Bailey, lieu- 
tenant colonel; Charles Dayan, major; George D. Ruggles, adju- 
tant, vice Buck, resigned; Barna Spalding, quartermaster, vice 
Wood, resigned; Phineas Leonard, paymaster. 

Merlin Finch, captain, vice Day, promoted; Apollos Finch, lieu- 
tenant; Charles Bagg, ensign. 

William Shull, captain, vice Bailey, promoted; Thaxter Reed, lieu- 
tenant; Peter Hanson, ensign. 

Asahel Humphrey, captain; Charles G. Loomis, lieutenant; Ela 
Hodge, ensign; Ransom Hartwell, lieutenant; Joseph Barnum, 
ensign. 

Riflemen — Charles Powers, captain ; Ashley Davenport, first lieu- 
tenant; Abner W. Spencer, second lieutenant; Consider H. Morris, 
ensign. 

Erastus Wright, captain; Nathan Wright, lieutenant; Alpheus 
White, ensign. 

Reuben Wait, captain, vice G. Wait, moved; Jasper Avery, lieu- 
tenant; Joseph Jeffers, ensign. 

Phedrus Carter, captain, vice Jackson, resigned; Isaac Carter, 
lieutenant; Solomon King, junior, ensign. 

Twenty-sixth brigade of infantry: 

Palmer Townsend, quartermaster; Sylvester Miller, assistant hos- 
pital surgeon. 



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franklin county. 

Forty-second brigade of infantry: 

Henry S. Waterhouse, assistant hospital surgeon; Jabez Park- 
hurst, judge advocate, vice Sperry: 

Sixty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Charles H. Wheeler, adjutant; Simeon Bellows, quartermaster; 
Amos Welch, surgeon, vice Waterhouse, promoted. 

CLINTON COUNTY. 

Seventeenth regiment of artillery: 

James Lewis, junior, major; Zebulon Baker, adjutant; Ebenezer 
Drury, paymaster; Sidney Ketchum, quartermaster; Ralph P. Allen, 
surgeon; Russel Vaughn, surgeon's mate. 

ESSEX COUNTY. 

William Cooley, captain; Joseph Call, first lieutenant; Benjamin 
R. Gilbert, second lieutenant. 

Jerad Pond, captain; Safford Rawson, first lieutenant; Henry 
Stoel, second lieutenant. 

Lebbeus Hascall, captain; Almerin Smith, first lieutenant; Edward 
P. Arthur, second lieutenant. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

Jesse Woodbury, captain; John Moore, first lieutenant; Harvy 
Clerk, second lieutenant. 

CLINTON COUNTY. 

Abel Chamberlin, captain; Lucius Conkey, first lieutenant; Hor- 
ace Beach, second lieutenant. 

Elihu Belding, captain; Claudius Standish, first lieutenant; George 
Merriman. junior, second lieutenant. 



State Historian. 2137 

new york county. 

First brigade of artillery: 

Gerardus A. Cooper, assistant hospital surgeon, vice McKnight, 
resigned; Isaac Jones, junior, paymaster, vice BrinckerhofT, resigned; 
William C. Rhinelander, quartermaster, vice Schenck, promoted. 

Ninth regiment of artillery: 

Alexander M. Muir, lieutenant colonel, vice Levy, resigned; 
George B. Rapelye, major, vice Muir, promoted. 

John E. Haight, quartermaster, vice Rapelye, promoted. 

Captains — Nicholas Haight; Samuel J. Hunt, vice Smith, 
resigned; Peter Coutant, vice Steele, moved; John J. Earle, vice 
Surre, resigned. 

First lieutenants — Charles Turner, vice Haight, promoted; Jacob 
Isaacs, vice Haight, promoted. 

Second lieutenants — Isaac Labagh, junior, vice Hunt, promoted; 
Peter Palmer, vice Coutant, promoted; Valentine G. Hall, vice 
Isaacs, promoted; James Sequine, vice Van Antwerp, resigned; 
Francis Lane; John Peter Stagg, vice Vesterfield, resigned; John 
De Groot, vice Turner, promoted. 

Third regiment of artillery: 

Samuel Thompson, lieutenant colonel; Charles N. Baldwin, major, 
vice Thompson, promoted; Samuel H. Rogers, adjutant, vice Bre- 
voort, resigned; Henry Marsh, paymaster; Samuel Coddington, 
quartermaster; William Rockwell, surgeon, vice Dufrey, promoted. 

Captains — John Graham, vice Baldwin, promoted; David L. Bur- 
loch, vice Reynolds, resigned; Benjamin Hart, vice Marsh, trans- 
ferred; George Newson, vice Jones, resigned; George Hartman, vice 
Smith, resigned. 

First lieutenants — Silas Upson, vice Graham, promoted; Jeremiah 
Mesrole, vice Burlock, promoted; Philo Hoyt, vice Smith, resigned; 



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2138 Annual Report of the 

Samuel F. Haviland, vice Rogers, transferred; Eben Cauldwell, vice 
Hart, resigned; Joseph P. Turner, vice Ball, resigned; Walter Dur- 
brow, vice Fink, resigned; Leonard Reed, vice Mesrole, promoted; 
George P. Morris, vice Hoyt, promoted; Samuel C. Nichols, vice 
Haviland, promoted; Otto W. Parisen, vice Cauldwell, promoted; 
John J. Fink, vice Durbrow, promoted. 

Henry Keyser, cornet, vice Fink, promoted. 

Fourteenth regiment of artillery: 

Charles M. Graham, junior, adjutant, vice Howland, promoted; 
John Wagner, surgeon, vice Cooper, promoted; James E. Dekay, 
surgeon's mate, vice Wagner, promoted; Oliver G. Kane, quarter- 
master, vice Peters, disabled; John Warren, paymaster, vice Jones, 
promoted. 

Captains — James Lee, vice Codwise, resigned; William E. Ross, 
vice Sexton, resigned; Isaac Jones, junior. 

First lieutenants — John Remsen, vice Hagerman, resigned; Aaron 
Thomson, vice Barret, promoted; Charles M. Graham, junior, vice 
Smith, promoted. 

Second lieutenants — Abraham Mason, vice Fenno, promoted; 
Alexander H. Robertson; Peter M. Ryerson, vice Thompson, 
promoted: 

Second regiment of artillery: 

Robert F. Manley, lieutenant colonel, vice Mills, resigned; James 
A. Moore, major, vice Ferris, resigned; William Todd, adjutant, 
vice Manley, promoted; John A. Moore, paymaster, vice Todd, pro- 
moted; George Duryee, junior, quartermaster, vice Rhinelander, 
promoted; Joseph Hanson, surgeon; Abraham T. Hunter, surgeon's 
mate. 

Captains — Jeremiah Cooper, vice Manley, promoted; Robert 
Phillips, vice Moore, promoted; William W. Boyd, vice Raymond, 



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resigned; Rene P'ardessus, vice Oliver, resigned; Underhill Hal- 
stead, vice Croes, moved; John Constantine, vice Carrol, resigned; 
George W. Gray. 

First lieutenants — Edward S. White; Thomas Grennell, vice 
Cooper, promoted; William Simpson, vice Phillips, promoted; Wil- 
liam Todd, vice Boyd, promoted; George Duryee, vice Pardessus, 
promoted. 

Second lieutenants — William Allan; Richard Hunt, vice Grennell, 
promoted; Thomas T. Storm, vice Simpson, promoted; Townsend 
W. Burtis, vice Todd, promoted; John A. Moore, vice Duryee, pro- 
moted; William S. Ireland. 

Eleventh regiment of artillery: 

James Benedict, colonel, vice Brown, resigned; William Kumbel, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Benedict, promoted; James R. Stuart, major, 
vice Kumbel, promoted. 

Jacob M. Vreeland, captain, vice Cooper, resigned. 

First lieutenants — Samuel Kissam, vice Jackson, promoted; John 
Mount, vice Vreeland. 

Second lieutenants — Robert C. Wetmore; David Hope, vice 
Mount, promoted. 

Seventy-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Peter S. Townsend, surgeon's mate, vice Drake, declined. 

Lieutenants — Gilbert Cleland, vice Wallace, moved; Philander B. 
Penny, vice Oakley, in staff; John Debaun, vice Penny, paymaster. 

Ensigns — Abraham D. Wilson, vice Cleland, promoted; Edwin 
Burr, ensign, vice Debaun, promoted. 

One Flundred and Fifteenth regiment of infantry: 

Ensigns — John B. Graves, junior, vice Cleveland, promoted; Wil- 
liam Torrey, junior; Charles W. Timpson. 



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One Hundred and Sixth regiment of infantry: 
William M. Black, captain, vice Lynch, in staff; Tobias W. Bedell, 
lieutenant, vice Black, promoted. 

ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Twenty-third regiment of infantry: 

Captains — Silas Kellogg, vice Mansfield, resigned; Phineas Att- 
water, vice Knox, resigned; Roswell Chapin, vice Guest, deceased. 

Lieutenants — John L. Barheydt, vice Chapin, promoted; Jesse 
Bunnell, vice Hutchinson, resigned; Thomas H. Conkey, vice Fish, 
promoted; Christopher C. Rich. 

Ensigns — Andrew A. Cramplow, Benjamin Squares. 

One Hundred and Fifty-third regiment of infantry: 

Stephen Smith, adjutant, vice Vining, declining; John R. Wead, 
quartermaster; Robert McChesney, surgeon. 

Captains — John Stone, junior, Alfred Colburn, Lemuel Buck, 
Benjamin Willard. 

Lieutenants — Earl Stone, Jesse McClary, Charles Farlan, William 
Bradford. 

Ensigns — William S. Paddock, Silas Chandler, Ephraim H. Jack- 
son, Samuel S. Hawes, Francis Tupper. 

Riflemen — Nathaniel F. Winslow, captain; Timothy W. Osborn, 
lieutenant; Matthew Barney, ensign. 

Eighth regiment of artillery: 

John C. Clarkson, captain; Caleb Hough, first lieutenant; Gardner 
Cox, second lieutenant. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Eighty-fourth regiment of infantry: 
Silvius Hoard, colonel, vice How, declining; John C. Foster, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Hoard, promoted; Joseph Smith, major; 



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Joseph Sanford, quartermaster, vice Smith; Benajah Randall, pay- 
master, vice Cooper, declining-; John Spencer, surgeon, vice Ran- 
dall, declining; Eli West, surgeon's mate, vice Spencer, promoted. 

Captains — Francis Butterfield, vice Foster, promoted; Stephen 
Lewis, vice Brayton, declined; Lorin Baley. 

Lieutenants — John Cochran, vice Wilder, resigned; John Parsons, 
vice Lewis, promoted; Benjamin Franklin; Alvin Wright, vice Shad, 
declining; Joshia Drake. 

Ensigns — Levi Butterfield, junior, vice F. Butterfield, promoted; 
Cephus Kinsley; Asa Brayton, junior. 

Riflemen — Horace Hamblin, captain; James Cowan, lieutenant; 
Judah Marsh, ensign. 

ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fifty-third regiment of infantry: 
John Crawford, captain, vice Smith, declining; Amasa Pratt, lieu- 
tenant, vice Colfax, moved; William Ogden, ensign, vice Bartholo- 
mew, declined. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Resolved, that the resignation of H. H. Baldwin, lieutenant of 
the state prison militia guard in the city of New York, be and is 
hereby accepted. 

Resolved, that Richard B. Fosdick be and he is hereby appointed 
lieutenant, and Benjamin Quackenbush ensign, of the state prison 
militia guard in the city of New York. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

Thirteenth brigade of infantry: 

Julius Pond, inspector, vice Comstock, promoted; Amasa Rowe, 
quartermaster, vice Hickock, moved ; Nicholas N. Weaver, paymas- 
ter; John H. Ostrom, judge advocate, vice Bardsley, promoted. 



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2142 Annual Report of the 

Twentieth regiment of infantry: 

Samuel Comstock, lieutenant colonel, vice Bartlett, resigned- 
Lester Barker, major, vice Ames, resigned; John P. Sherwood, pay- 
master, vice Gridley, promoted. 

Captains — Asahel W. Gridley, vice Drury, moved; Joel Smith, 
vice Knox, resigned; Hiram Curtis, vice Miller, resigned; Zebina 
Lloyd, vice Pond, promoted. 

Lieutenants — Elbert Norton, vice Lloyd, promoted; William T. 
Gregg, vice Smith, promoted; Elisha Fowler, vice Curtiss, promoted. 

Ensigns — William H. Hubbard, vice Norton, promoted; Harley 
Curtis, vice Fowler, promoted; Russel Knox, vice Gregg, promoted; 
Solomon Risley, vice Wells, transferred; Jonas Tower. 

Riflemen — Chester Parmele, captain, vice Barker, promoted; Alva 
Lloyd, lieutenant, vice Wood, moved; Hiram Curtiss, ensign, vice 
Parmele, promoted. 

Light Infantry — Daniel Pettibone, lieutenant, vice Sherwood; 
Stephen Brigham, junior, ensign, vice Pettibone, promoted. 

One Hundred and Fifty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Benjamin Rudd, colonel, vice Wescott, resigned; Joshua G. Green, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Rudd, promoted; Samuel Beardsley, major, 
vice Green, promoted; Bela B. Hyde, adjutant, vice Clark, resigned; 
Benjamin P. Johnson, quartermaster, vice Lansing, transferred; 
Peter Hartwell, paymaster, vice Hyde, adjutant. 

George Hawkins, captain, vice Bushnell, resigned; Richard S. 
Baiiibridge, lieutenant, vice Parks, resigned; John Dow, ensign, 
vice Bainbridge, promoted. 

Solon Cooper, captain, vice Cagwin, resigned. David Prince, 
ensign, vice Cooper, promoted. 

Law ton E. Simmons, captain, vice Talcott, resigned; Asa Hamlin, 
junior, lieutenant, vice Martin, resigned; Beriah Alien, ensign, vice 



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1820. 

Resequie (Belden Russeque), moved; Jonathan Waldo, third, lieu- 
tenant, vice Powell, resigned; John Wiggins, ensign, vice Utley, 
declining; James Martin, lieutenant, vice Wiggins, moved; David 
Martin, ensign, vice J. Martin, promoted. 

John West, junior, captain, vice Colburn, resigned; David Briggs, 
lieutenant, vice West, promoted; David Hurlburt, ensign, vice 
Briggs, promoted; Darius Martin, lieutenant, vice Hayden, moved; 
Chauncey Lee, ensign, vice Martin, promoted. 

Riflemen — Jay Hathaway, captain, vice Frisk, resigned; Amos 
Flint, lieutenant, vice Hathaway, promoted; Francis Bicknell, en- 
sign, vice Flint, promoted. 

Seventy-second regiment of infantry: 

Abram Brooks, lieutenant colonel, vice Davis, resigned; Isaac 
Curry, major, vice Shelden, resigned; Edward Fowler, adjutant, vice 
Bailey, moved; Asaph Mitchell, quartermaster, vice Fowler, adju- 
tant; Daniel Warren, paymaster, vice Palmer, resigned; John M. 
Watson, surgeon, vice Currier, moved; Alfred Gillet, surgeon's mate, 
vice Watson, promoted. 

John McDaniel, captain, vice Fanning, resigned; Daniel R. Howe, 
lieutenant, vice McDaniel, promoted; Calvin Storrs, ensign, vice 
Prentice, resigned. 

Isaac J. Wiser, captain, vice Curry, promoted; Artemus Watkins, 
lieutenant, vice Wiser, promoted; Horace Woodbridge, ensign, vice 
Watkins, promoted. 

David Schermerhorn, captain, vice Reed, promoted; Earl S. King, 
lieutenant, vice Schermerhorn, promoted; David Beddlecome, ensign, 
vice King, promoted; Matthew Beecher, lieutenant, vice Chase, 
moved; George F. Fowler, ensign, vice Philips, resigned. 

David Ames, captain, vice Burchard, resigned; Lewis P. Lewis, 
lieutenant, vice Ames, promoted; Piatt Weed, ensign, vice Lewis, 
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2144 Annual Report of the 

Light Infantry — Andrew Billing, captain, vice Brooks, pro- 
moted; Pascal C. J. DeAngelis, junior, lieutenant, vice Billings, 
promoted; Arson Adams, ensign, vice Peabody, resigned. 

One Hundred and Fortieth regiment of infantry: 

Stephen Salisbury, quartermaster, vice Fosket, promoted; Lyman 
Dav, paymaster: Chauncey Baker, adjutant, vice Halluck, resigned. 

Captains — James Fosket, vice John Fosket, absent; Loren S. 
Blackman, vice Rindge, resigned. 

William Hosford, lieutenant; Henry Gurley, ensign, vice Black- 
man, promoted. 

Ensigns — Franklin Newbury, vice Day, promoted; Reuben Tower, 
vice Salisbury, promoted; Artemus L. Newton, vice Baker, pro- 
moted. 

Sixty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Peter Abbott, junior, lieutenant colonel, vice Preston, resigned; 
Sage Park, major, vice Morse, resigned; Linus Parker, adjutant, 
vice Upson, transferred; Samuel Sawyer, quartermaster, vice Smart, 
promoted; Woodward Perkins, paymaster. 

Captains — Robert Smart, junior, vice Abbot, promoted; Harvey 
Park, vice S. Park, promoted; Calvin Dawley, vice Barnes, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Daniel Blakesley, vice Park, promoted; Asher Mil- 
ler, vice Ward, resigned; Lent M. Upson, vice Smith, resigned; 
Benjamin Norton, vice Dawley, promoted. 

Ensigns — Ezekiel Cady, vice Miller, promoted; Samuel H. Ste- 
vens, vice Blakeslee, promoted; Clark Crawford; Fowler Penfield, 
vice Perkins, promoted. 

Noah Wadham, captain; Hiram Miller, lieutenant: Arad Wells, 
ensign. 

One Hundred and Thirty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

William William?, lieutenant colonel, vice White, promoted; B. 
Bleeckcr Lansing, adjutant; Samuel M. Blatchford, quartermaster. 



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Henrv Higby, ensign, vice Hurlburt, moved; Dyer Shed, lieuten- 
ant, vice Page; John Wilie, ensign, vice Shed, promoted; Benjamin 
Yates, ensign of riflemen. 

Augustus Hurlburt, captain, vice Sanger, absent; James Dean, 
junior, lieutenant, vice Hurlburt, promoted. 

Jonathan Pratt, junior, captain, vice Rowe, promoted; Nathaniel 
Crossman, junior, lieutenant, vice Pratt, promoted; Wheeler Odell, 
ensign. 

CHENANGO COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fifth regiment of infantry: 

Hutchins Stoors, surgeon, vice Wales, deceased. 

Captains— Chauncey A. Guthrie, vice Porter, resigned; Nicholas 
Brown (light infantry), vice Slater, resigned; John Miller, junior, 
vice Dimmick, resigned; Tracy Ensworth. 

Light Infantry — William Avery, lieutenant, with rank from 
July 8, 1 81 9; Henry Dewey, ensign, with rank from July 8, 1819. 

Riflemen — Samuel Randall, lieutenant, vice Minney, moved; 
Alexander McCullough, ensign, vice Randall, promoted. 

John E. Youngs, lieutenant; David Smith, ensign. 

Light Infantry — John Stafford, lieutenant; Oliver Kay, ensign. 

Lieutenants — W'illiam Pendleton, Robert Ames. 

Ensigns — Daniel K. Westcott, Holace (Hollis) Newton. 

One Hundred and Thirty-third regiment of infantry: 

Jabez Robinson, major, vice Lorain (Lorin, Lrin) Sweet, declined; 
Levi Farr, surgeon, vice Packer, promoted. 

Samuel Wheeler, captain, vice Robinson, promoted; Erastus 
Tunair, lieutenant, vice Wheeler, promoted; Jeremiah Ten Broeck, 
ensign, vice Tunair, promoted. 

Jonathan Birch, junior, captain, vice Johnson, resigned; John B. 
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2146 Annual Report of the 

Phelps, lieutenant, vice Birch, promoted; Milton H. Root, ensign, 
vice Phelps, promoted. 

Light Infantry — Sherman Rice, captain, vice Smith, resigned; 
Henry W. Cleveland, lieutenant, vice Rice, promoted; Daniel Corn- 
well, ensign. 

Sherlock Wiilard, lieutenant, vice Carter, resigned; Simeon Sadd, 
ensign, vice YViilard, promoted. 

One Hundred and Ninetieth regiment of infantry: 

Anthony Olney, lieutenant colonel, vice Brewer, moved; Charles 
Medbury, major, vice Olney, promoted; John Hyde, adjutant, vice 
Medbury, promoted; Samuel White, paymaster, vice Hyde, pro- 
moted; Harvey Harris, surgeon, vice Ross, resigned; Royal Ross, 
surgeon's mate, vice Finch, resigned. 

Captains — Warner Wightman, Field Medbury, George P. Hud- 
son, Benjamin Tobey. 

Lieutenants — Robert Lawrence, Humphrey YYilber, Silas Bur- 
lingame, Linus YV. Munroe. 

Ensigns — John B. Bancraft, Henry Field, Charles G. Ciark, Cyrus 
Bates. 

CHEXAXGO AND DELAWARE COUNTIES. 

One Hundred and Ninety-third regiment of infantry (organized 
from the battalion lately commanded by Major S. Stilwell): 
Stephen Stilwell. colonel; Ira Church, lieutenant colonel. 

DELAWARE COUNTY. 

Sylvester Smith, major, vice D. Smith, junior, resigned. 

CHEXAXGO COUNTY. 

William Knap]), junior, surgeon; Samuel Boomer, surgeon's mate, 
vice Knapp. promoted. 

Light Infantry — Zachariah Tarbell, captain, vice Sheldon; Ezra 
Corbin, lieutenant; Zael Woodard, ensign. 



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DELAWARE COUNTY. 

John Abbey, captain, vice Smith, promoted; Asa (iillett, lieuten- 
ant, vice Abbey, promoted; Job Sherman, ensign. 

CHENANGO COUNTY. 

Alpha Wright, captain, vice Church, promoted; Ephraim Dalrym- 
ple, lieutenant, vice A. Wright, promoted; Jared Nurse, ensign. 

Light Infantry — Timothy B. Bidwell, captain, vice Woodruff, 
moved; Lory Case, lieutenant, vice Bidwell, promoted; David Hun- 
gerford, ensign, vice Case, promoted. 

One Hundred and Ninety-first regiment of infantry: 

Captains — James Bisby, vice Daniel, resigned; Amos Hall, vice 
Chandler, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Bela Beardsley, vice Bisby, promoted; Nathan 
Brown, junior, vice Hall, promoted. 

Ensigns — Henry Williams, vice Beardsley, promoted; Amos 
Chappell, vice Brown, promoted. 

Light Infantry — David Smith, captain, vice W. Smith, resigned; 
Orlando Jones, lieutenant, vice D. Smith, promoted; Joseph Smith, 
junior, ensign, vice Jones, promoted. 

Riflemen — William Thompson, captain; Nathaniel Hodskins, lieu- 
tenant; Timothy Warner, junior, ensign. 

COLUMBIA COUNTY. 

Forty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Charles Butt, surgeon, vice Olmsted, promoted; Joseph Richards, 
surgeon's mate. 

Ouinsey Johnson, captain, vice Knapp, moved; Nicholas A. 
Shartz, lieutenant. 

Ensigns — John Shartz, Edward Squire, Shubael Swift. 



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2148 Annual Report of the 

madison county. 

One Hundred and Twenty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Charles Stebbins, colonel, vice Chandler, declining-; Roswell Beck- 
with, junior, lieutenant colonel, vice Stebbins, promoted; Timothy 
Gridley, major, vice Smith, resigned. 

Richard Culver, captain, vice Gridley, promoted; Halsey Rice, 
lieutenant, vice Culver, promoted; Silas Nichols, ensign, vice Rice, 
promoted. 

Anson Dean, captain, vice Beckwith, promoted; John Hearsey, 
lieutenant, vice Dean, promoted; Ezra Brown, ensign. 

Samuel Alowry, captain, vice Eggleston, moved; Jeremiah Whip- 
ple, junior, lieutenant, vice Mowry, promoted; Salmon Gage, lieu- 
tenant, vice Chapin, moved; Isaac N. Lansing, ensign, vice Gage, 
promoted. 

Samuel Hubbard, captain, vice McElwain, moved; Bradley Ladd, 
lieutenant, vice Hubbard, promoted; Daniel Hurd, ensign, vice 
Ladd, promoted; Calvin Evits, lieutenant, vice Wheeler, moved; 
Benjamin C. Maxon, ensign, vice Evits, promoted. 

Seventy-fourth regiment of infantry : 

William H. Beecher, captain; David Beebe, junior, lieutenant; 
Asher S. Palmer, lieutenant. 

Ensigns — Joel Owen, David M. Beach, Reuben Hawley. 

Ledyard Palmer, lieutenant. 

One Hundred and Forty-third regiment of infantry: 

Trice B. Mclntyre, lieutenant colonel, vice Clark, resigned; 
Elisha Randall, major, vice Clark, moved; Henry Champlin, adju- 
tant, vice Maxon, resigned; Joseph Dennison, junior, quartermaster; 
Hazard P. Clark, paymaster; Thomas Dye, chaplain. 

Captains — Jeremiah Lewis, John Maxson, James Rogers, junior, 
Aaron Geere. William Potter. 



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Lieutenants — Samuel D. Anthony, John York, second, William 
Hannahs, John Lamb, Ransom N. Reynolds. 

Ensigns — Hazard Sheldon, George W.McIntyre, Nathaniel Allen, 
Jabish L. Landphere, Ezra Mason, junior, Hosea B. Clark, Wait- 
still Clark. 

OTSEGO COUNTY. 

Second regiment of infantry: 

John Shaw, adjutant, vice Starkweather, resigned; Constant 
Graves, quartermaster, vice Shaw, promoted; Theodore Pomeroy, 
surgeon, vice Fuller, resigned; Peleg B. Peckham, surgeon's mate, 
vice Pomeroy, promoted. 

Captains — David Price, vice Brockway, resigned; Luther Hart- 
well, vice Corey, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Peter Olendorf, vice Hartwell, promoted; David 
Brewer, vice Price, promoted. 

Ensigns — Miles Benjamin, vice Olendorf, promoted; Daniel B. 
Landers, vice Kenson, moved; Josiah Babbott (Babbit), vice Wood- 
house, promoted; Chancey N. Chapman (light infantry), vice Lap- 
pon, moved. 

Seventh regiment of infantry: 

Jonah Howe, paymaster. 

Nathaniel Carpenter, captain, vice Chappel, resigned; Philor Bene- 
dict, lieutenant; John Tallmage, ensign. 

Fifty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Calvin H. Bruyan, adjutant, vice Pettingal, resigned; William G. 
Hall, surgeon, vice Smith, moved. 

Lieutenants — Josiah Mack, junior, Gurdon Jeffrey. 

Ensigns — Levi Hubbard, Benjamin Chase. 

Sixtieth regiment of infantry: 

Stoughton Alger, captain, vice Northrop, resigned; Curtis H. 



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2150 Annual Report of the 

Green, lieutenant, vice Knott, resigned; John Martin, ensign, vice 
Alger, promoted. 

Light Infantry — Amos Windsor, captain; Nathaniel N. Wal- 
lace, lieutenant; Orin Wilcox, ensign. 

One Hundred and Twelfth regiment of infantry: 

Sumner Ely, colonel, vice Magher, resigned; Henry Brown, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Ely, promoted; Robert Dunlap, major, vice 
Brown, promoted; Menzo White, adjutant, vice Dunlap, promoted; 
Adolphus W. Flint, quartermaster, vice White, promoted; Benjamin 
Gilbert, junior, paymaster, vice Flint, promoted. 

Captains — Moses Rich, junior, vice Faulkner, moved; Samuel 
Cory, vice Hughs, resigned. 

Alanson Sikes, lieutenant, vice Cory, promoted; Davis Hopkins, 
ensign: James McGown, lieutenant, vice Holt, resigned; Orin 
Thompson, ensign, vice McGown, promoted; Nicholas Ferris, 
ensign. 

One Hundred and Thirty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Horace Manley, surgeon's mate, vice Clark, promoted. 

John Cunningham, captain, vice Hewes, resigned; George Farn- 
ham, lieutenant, vice N. Farnham, moved; George Patchin, ensign, 
vice Cunningham, promoted. 

John B. Wells, captain, vice Brown, resigned; Zurial Campbell, 
junior, lieutenant, vice Wells, promoted; Benjamin Brewer, ensign, 
vice Campbell, promoted. 

CLINTON COUNTY. 

Thirty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Jeremiah Graves, captain; William H. Morgan, lieutenant; Chaun- 
cey G. Moore, ensign. 



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CORTLAND COUNTY. 

Thirty-sixth brigade of infantry: 

Lewis S. Owen, assistant hospital surgeon. 

Fifty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Roswell Randall, major, vice Adams, resigned; John Lynde, sur- 
geon, vice Owen, promoted; Lewis Riggs, surgeon's mate, vice 
Lynde, promoted. 

Charles W. Lynde, captain, vice Randall, promoted; Henry W. 
Stephens, lieutenant, vice Lynde, promoted. 

Hiram Merrill, captain, vice Rogers, resigned; Henry McGraw, 
lieutenant, vice Merrill, promoted; Rensselaer Merrill, ensign, vice 
McGraw, promoted. 

Daniel Griswold, captain, vice Goodrich; Richard Almy, ensign, 
vice Butterfield, promoted. _ 

Jesse Burdick, captain, vice Richardson, moved; John Maxon, 
lieutenant, vice Burdick, promoted; Russell M. Burdick, ensign, vice 
Maxon, promoted. 

Riflemen — Horatio Howard, captain; Nathaniel J. Warner, lieu- 
tenant; John A. Johnson, ensign. 

Augustus Donnelly, captain. 

William Butterfield, lieutenant, vice Griswold, promoted. 

One Hundred and Eighty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

James Burgess, adjutant, vice Dwight, resigned; Oliver Kingman, 
quartermaster, vice Richardson, resigned. 

John Turner, lieutenant. 

Ensigns — Charles Leach, vice Turner, promoted; Nathan Heaton, 
vice Valentine, declining; John Chappell. 

One Hundred and Twenty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Zalmon Martino, quartermaster, vice Rice, promoted; Harvey 



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Keeler, paymaster; Hervey Burnham, surgeon's mate, vice Hay- 
wood, moved. 

Rufus Rice, captain, vice Grinman, resigned; Ira Stevens, lieu- 
tenant, vice H. B. Greenman, resigned; Joel Davis, junior, ensign, 
vice Rice, promoted. 

CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Sixty-second regiment of infantry: 

Elial T. Foot, surgeon, vice John Foot, appointed by mistake. 

BROOME COUNTY. 

Fifty-third regiment of infantry: 

Tedediah Fay, surgeon, vice Barstow, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Lewis W. Keeler (of light infantry), Daniel Fair- 
child. 

Ensigns — Elijah N. Bancroft; Charles B. Pixley. vice Goodrich, 
declined; Justus Brown, vice Brooks, declined; Bennet Bates. 

Lyman P. Akins, captain, vice Smith, resigned: Cicero Barker, 
lieutenant, vice Akins, promoted; Cephas Barker, ensign. 

Third regiment of infantry : 

Luman Richards, lieutenant colonel, vice Stiles, declined; Wood- 
ruff Barnes, major, vice Richards, promoted; John P. Osborn, adju- 
tant, vice Whitney, declined. 

Captains — George Wheeler (of riflemen), vice Johnson; Ezra Car- 
rier, vice Leach, resigned; John Stone, vice Ogden, moved; James 
Temple; Nathaniel Sanford, vice Barnes, promoted; Loranzo Par- 
sons, vice Beach, resigned. 

Lieutenants — James Ervin (of riflemen), vice Woodruff: Andrew 
W. ' iiibert; John McKinney, vice Stone, promoted; Thomas Carey; 
Joseph Matthewson, vice Sanford, promoted; John Hyde, vice Par- 
sons, promo; 1 



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Ensigns — Jedediah Bump; Orlan Scovillc, vice McKinney, pro- 
moted; Hiram West; Luman Swetland, vice Taff, moved; John 
Rogers, vice Hyde, promoted; Stillman Wood (of riflemen), vice 
Ervin, promoted. 

Battalion of infantry in the county of Broome commanded by 

Major Leman Mason: 

Daniel Stow, second, captain, vice Doolittle, resigned; Norman 
Addis, lieutenant, vice Stow, promoted; Ezra Barton, ensign, vice 
Allen, moved; Jesse Corwin, ensign, vice Alexander, declined. 

John Tull, captain, vice Turner, resigned; Ralph Noble, lieuten- 
ant, vice Tull, promoted; Ezra Prentice, ensign, vice Noble, pro- 
moted. 

Sixteenth regiment of artillery: 

Henry McCormick, captain; Lyman Truman, first lieutenant; 
Alexander Foster Wilmarth, second lieutenant. 

TIOGA COUNTY. 

Seventy-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Elijah Booth, colonel, vice Wells, sheriff; Solomon L. Smith, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Booth, promoted; Charles Orwan, major, vice 
Smith, promoted. 

Asahel Burnham, captain, vice Hillman, resigned; Elijah Brewer, 
lieutenant, vice Burnham, promoted; Nathaniel Havens, ensign, vice 
Brewer, promoted. 

Green Bently, captain, vice Owens, resigned; David Coe, junior, 
lieutenant, vice Bently, promoted; Oliver Greens, ensign, vice Coe, 
promoted. 

Samuel Burlingame, captain, vice Orwan, promoted; John Hendy, 
junior, lieutenant, vice Burlingame, promoted; Lewis Boiles, ensign, 
vice Hendy, promoted. 



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2154 Annual Report of the 

David Gray, captain, vice Bulkley, resigned; Amos Bonny, lieu- 
tenant, vice Gray, promoted; Ransom E. Booth, ensign, vice Bonny, 
promoted; Abraham Yandeventer, ensign. 

Ninety-fifth regiment of infantry: 

George Fisher, colonel, vice Swartwood, promoted; Hudson Jen- 
nings, lieutenant colonel, vice Fisher, promoted; Caleb H. Sacket, 
major, vice Jennings, promoted. 

Elihu Butts, adjutant, vice Sackett, promoted; Joshua Van Etten, 
paymaster, vice Palmer, moved. 

John D. Miller, ensign. 

Daniel R. Park, captain, vice Herrick, resigned; Allen Woodard, 
lieutenant, vice Park, promoted; Theodoras Herrick, ensign, vice 
Woodard, promoted. 

John A. McKey, captain; John W. Watkins, lieutenant; John 
Blandin, ensign. 

Eighteenth regiment of artillery: 

Henry Midaugh, captain, vice Cantine, promoted; Solomon Rob- 
inson, first lieutenant, vice Midaugh, promoted; Joseph Hollister, 
second lieutenant, vice Robinson, promoted. 

TOMPKINS COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Forty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Caleb Smith, paymaster; Jason Atwatcr, surgeon; Horace Bacon, 
surgeon's mate. 

Captains — Bernardus Swartwout, third, vice Young, moved; 
Archibald Farr, junior, vice Smith, resigned; Joshua Coleman (of 
riflemen), vice Ely, promotol. 

Lieutenants — John U. frost (of riflemen), vice Coleman, pro- 
moted; Hiram Palmer: Daniel Everts, junior; Judson Canfield. 

Ensigns— Peter Sutphen, vice Canfield, promoted; Jacob Hager, 



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vice Everts, promoted; Gilbert Huhbell, vice Post, moved; Aaron 
Tanner, vice White, declining; John R. Spence; Henry Sayler, 
junior (of riflemen), vice Frost. 

Eighteenth regiment of artillery: 

Chauncey Pratt, captain, vice Laraway, promoted; David C. Wil- 
liams, first lieutenant; Horace Osborn, second lieutenant. 

Eighty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Josiah Willoughby, colonel, vice Dougherty, resigned ; Joshua 
North, lieutenant colonel, vice Willoughby, promoted; William 
Morrison, major, vice North, promoted; Ira Wright, surgeon's mate. 

Captains — Robert McCutchan, vice Waldron, resigned; Thomas 
Baldwin, vice Guthrie, resigned; William Woodruff, vice Morrison, 
promoted. 

Lieutenants — Amasa Cobb, vice W. Cobb, moved; Joseph Collins, 
vice Baldwin, promoted; John Smith, vice McCutchan, promoted; 
Jabez Fuller, vice Woodruff, promoted. 

Ensigns — George Fox, vice Smith, promoted; Ira Gilmore, vice 
Fuller, promoted; Salmon Loomis, vice Collins, promoted; Alpheus 
West, vice Cobb, promoted. 

Joseph E. North, captain, vice Clark, resigned; James Morrison, 
lieutenant, vice North, promoted; John Ludlow, ensign. 

One Hundred and Eighty-third regiment of infantry: 

Edmond Hopkins, lieutenant colonel, vice Collier, out of State; 
Jesse McKinney, major, vice Phillips, declining. 

Andrew Myers, captain, vice McKinney, promoted; Thomas 
Bishop, lieutenant, vice Myers, promoted. 

Henry S. Granger, captain, vice Hopkins, promoted; Henry 
Lewis, lieutenant, vice Granger, promoted. 

Ensigns — Amasa H. Mix, vice Lewis, promoted; George Baxter; 
Daniel Minier, vice Bishop, promoted. 



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2156 Annual Report of the 

ontario county. 

One Hundred and Third regiment of infantry: 

Sherman Lee, colonel, vice Spencer, resigned; John Lawrence, 
junior, major, vice Pearce, declining; William M. Oliver, paymaster; 
Samuel Stewart, quartermaster. 

James C. Robinson, adjutant. 

Jacob Herrick, captain, vice Chace, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Nehemiah Winship, vice Herrick, promoted; Wil- 
liam McDowell, vice Dickson, moved. 

Ensigns — John S. Rowley, vice Winship, promoted; John W. 
Willey, vice McDowell, promoted; Nehemiah Raphe; Thomas 
Briggs. 

Elijah Heartwell, captain; Allen Cole, lieutenant; Elisha Double- 
day, ensign; David Priest, lieutenant. 

Seventy-first regiment of infantry: 

Samuel Rosseter, lieutenant of light infantry. 

Alfred Hobbs, captain, vice Shekle, resigned; James C. Hows, 
lieutenant, vice Baggerly, resigned; Joseph Griffith, junior, ensign, 
vice Hobbs, promoted; Jeduthan Humphrey, ensign; William H. 
Price, lieutenant, with rank from March 27, 1819; William Stiles, 
ensign, vice Price, promoted; Abner A. Wells, lieutenant, vice 
Gould, resigned; Daniel Hall, ensign, vice Wells, promoted. 

Samuel Wright, captain, vice Cost, resigned; Jacob Moore, 
lieutenant. 

Elisha Peck, captain; Rice Warner, lieutenant, vice Peck, pro- 
: Israel Gates, ensign. 

Andrew Dorsey, captain; Thomas E. Dorsey, lieutenant, vice 
Dorsey, promoted; Robert B. Sutton, ensign, vice Dorsey, 
promoted. 



State Historian. 2157 

Thirty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Light Infantry — Zurial Brown, captain; Stephen Reeves, lieu- 
tenant, vice Brown, promoted; Arnold Brown, ensign, vice Reeves, 
promoted. 

Lieutenants — William P. Capron, vice Bates, resigned; William 
Porter. 

Ensigns — Andrew G. Low, Ira Hill. 

Riflemen — Leicester Robbins, captain; Silas Barton, lieutenant; 
Levi Leach, ensign. 

Forty-second regiment of infantry: 

Henry Axtell, chaplain; Gavin L. Rose, surgeon's mate. 

Light Infantry — Anthony Hemiup (Hamiup), lieutenant, vice 
Hogarth, resigned; Henry Brizsee, ensign, vice Hemiup, promoted. 

Captains — Benjamin Havens, Thomas Bunel. 

Lieutenants — Charles Jillett, William Collins, Samuel S. Brown, 
Isaac Whitaker, with rank from March 27, 1819. 

Ensigns — Alphonso Whedon, John Buckbee, John Coleman, 
junior, James A. Armstrong. 

Joel Whitney, junior, captain, vice Brundage, moved; Cheeny 
Whitney, lieutenant, vice J. Whitney, junior, promoted; Elijah 
Wilder, junior, ensign, vice Whitney, promoted. 

Battalion of infantry in the county of Ontario commanded by 
Major Daniel Poppino: 

Russel Cole, adjutant, vice Deming, promoted; Joseph Eddy, 
quartermaster, vice Cole, promoted; Israel Arms, paymaster, vice 
St. John, deceased. 

Captains — Alfred J. Deming, vice Whipple, resigned; Charles 
Sabins, vice Thatcher, resigned. 

Lieutenants — William P. Erwin, vice Johnson, resigned; Amos 



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White, vice Calhoun, declining; Stephen Sabins, vice Inman, 
refusing. 

Ensigns — James Calhoun, junior, vice White, promoted; Joel 
Doolittle, vice Envin, promoted; Lorenzo Church, vice Sabins, 
promoted. 

Battalion of riflemen lately commanded by Major Salma Stanley: 

Peter Westfall, major, vice Stanley, resigned. 

Castle Southerland, captain, vice Whitney; George Van Auken, 
second lieutenant. 

Twenty-fourth brigade of infantry: 

Claudius A'. Boughton, inspector, vice Cook, resigned; William 
Gooding, paymaster; Federal Vanderburgh, assistant hospital 
surgeon. 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Sixty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Samuel Hall, colonel; David C. Miller, lieutenant colonel; Ethan 
B. Allen, major; Xathan Fellott, adjutant. 

Norman Shepherd, captain; Moses Beecher, lieutenant; Joseph 
Shaw, ensign. 

Marcus W'akeman, captain; John Potter, lieutenant; Roswell Pet- 
tibone, ensign; Stephen Griswold, ensign. 

Riflemen — James B. Tousley, captain; Harly N. Bushnell, lieu- 
tenant; Samuel Fellows, ensign. 

Ninety-ninth regiment of infantry: 

William Richardson, captain; Elias Rogers, lieutenant; Francis 
Kelsey, ensign. 

Silas Parker, captain; Bostwick Wells, lieutenant. 

Ezra Luddin, captain; Nathan Clap, lieutenant; Elias Randall, 
ensign. 

Riflemen — Nathan G. Reynolds, lieutenant; Leonard Sutherland, 



ensign. 



State Historian. 2159 

1820. 

One Hundred and Sixty-first regiment of infantry: 

Jedediah (Jeremiah) J. R. Smith, major. 

Allen Ayrault, captain; John D. Landon, ensign; Francis Nurse, 
lieutenant; Noadiah Sacket, ensign. 

Zina Dudley, captain; Alexander Dudley, lieutenant; Samuel Per- 
cival, ensign. 

Ebenezer Seymour, captain; Amos Otis, lieutenant. 

Calvin Davis, captain; Eiisha Beardsley, lieutenant; Julius Crit- 
tenden, ensign. 

Henry Cooley, captain; Daniel McBride, lieutenant; William Fel- 
lows, ensign. 

One Hundred and Seventy-first regiment of infantry: 

Augustus Frank, surgeon's mate; Henry Stevens, quartermaster. 

James Lowing, captain; Stephen Potter, lieutenant; Josiah R. 
Broughton, ensign. 

Light Infantry — Nathan Snow, captain; Samuel Salisbury, lieu- 
tenant; Ezra B. Warriner, ensign. 

A new regiment organized from part of the One Hundred and 
Sixty-fourth regiment and the whole of Major (William) Thayer's 
battalion and to be denominated the One Hundred and Ninety- 
fourth regiment of infantry: 

Josiah Newton, colonel; James Nelson, lieutenant colonel; James 
Hide, major; William Seaver, adjutant; Samuel Matteson, junior, 
quartermaster; Joseph Peters, paymaster; Daniel Rumsey, surgeon; 
Merrick Wright, surgeon's mate. 

James Sutherland, captain; Daniel Gunn, lieutenant; John Wil- 
liams, ensign. 

William Fisher, captain; John J. Livingston, lieutenant; Robert 
Miller, ensign. 

Cyrenus Wilber, captain; Noah North, lieutenant; Jesse C. Root, 
ensign. 



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2160 Annual Report of the 

Seventy-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Henry Janes, major; Federal Blakesly, adjutant; James Smith, 
paymaster; Perry W. Cady, quartermaster; Freeman Edson, sur- 
geon; William A. Townsend, surgeon's mate. 

Dan Gustin, lieutenant: Gardner Osgood, ensign; Elijah R. Sax- 
ton, ensign. 

Plyn Weller, captain; Amos Gates, lieutenant; Jacob Fowls, 
ensign. 

William Shirts, captain; Ephraim Finch, lieutenant; Ira Harmon, 
ensign. 

Riflemen — Theron Brown, captain; Andrew Armstrong, lieuten- 
ant; Rawson Harmon, ensign. 

Light Infantry — Hugh McMillan, captain; John Holloway, 
lieutenant; Silas Tobey, ensign. 

One Hundred and Ninety-fifth regiment of infantry organized 
from part of the Seventy-seventh regiment: 

Norton S. Davis, colonel; Martin O. Coe, lieutenant colonel; 
Moseley Stoddard, major: Ella G. Smith, adjutant; Elijah Piatt, 
quartermaster; Alfred Davis, paymaster. 

Elisha Phelps, captain; Chester Hannum. lieutenant; Joshua 
Ladue, ensign. 

Oliver Xewcomb, captain; Zebedee Mosher, lieutenant; David 
Baker, ensign. 

Light Infantry — Thomas Warner, captain; Pliny Sanderson, 
lieutenant: Nathan Bannister, ensign. 

Riflemen — Charles Smead, captain; Uriah Slayton, lieutenant; 
Lucius Parks, ensign: Stephen P. Wilcox, lieutenant; Dennis Blake- 
ley, nsign. 

th brigade of infantry: 
Shubael Dunham, inspector. 



State Historian'. 2161 

niagara county. 

Fifth brigade of infantry: 

Gorham Chapin, judge advocate, vice Sheldon, promoted ; Samuel 
Deveaux, paymaster. 

One Hundred and Sixty-third regiment of infantry: 

David Chapman, adjutant; Kneeland Townsend, paymaster; 
Artimas Baker, surgeon's mate, vice Deveaux, promoted. 

Captains — Asa W. Douglass; Samuel Barton, vice Townsend, 
moved. 

Amos S. Tryon, lieutenant. 

Ensigns — Allen H. Owen, Henry Dansforth, Abraham Mesler. 

One Hundred and Seventieth regiment of infantry: 

Riflemen— John C. Pratt, captain, vice McKune, moved; James S. 
Henshaw, lieutenant, vice Pratt, promoted; Amos Gould, ensign, 
vice Henshaw, promoted. 

Daniel Fish, lieutenant, vice Edmonds, declined; Obed Guin, 
ensign, vice Fish, promoted; Timothy Shaw, lieutenant, vice Kinyon, 
declining; John Cole, ensign, vice Sarles, declining. 

Forty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Sherman Dayton, lieutenant colonel, vice Carey, resigned; Hiram 
Yaw, major, vice Dayton, promoted; Obadiah C. Beardsley, pay- 
master, vice Bennet, moved; Sylvester Clark, surgeon. 

Joseph Carey, captain, vice Yaw, promoted. 

Lieutenants — Ira Flail, vice Thurber, moved; Truman Dewey, 
vice Lay, moved; Henry Hill, vice Wood, moved. 

Ensigns — Amos Smith, junior, vice Carey, promoted; Isaiah Gray, 
vice Dewey, promoted ; Jacob Huff, vice Beardsley, promoted ; Luke 
Crandall, junior, vice Clark, promoted. 
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1820. 



2162 Annual Report of the 

One Hundred and Eighty-first regiment of infantry: 

Benjamin Fay, lieutenant colonel, vice White, resigned; Earle 
Sawyer, major, vice Fay, promoted; Samuel Cochran, paymaster. 

Captains — James Tyrer, vice Sears, moved; Jesse E. Kingsley, 
vice demons, moved. 

Daniel Putnam, lieutenant, vice Kingsley, promoted. 

Ensigns — Andrew W. Shed, vice Polly, moved; Emery Sampson, 
vice Putnam, promoted; Peter Cook. 

CATTARAUGUS COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Seventy-third regiment of infantry: 

Benjamin Chamberlain, lieutenant colonel, vice Curtis, resigned; 
Peter Ten Brook, major, vice Wooster, moved; Daniel Hodges, 
adjutant, vice Ten Broeck, promoted; Alanson C. Benner, surgeon's 
mate. 

Captains — Moses Chamberlin, Jonathan Dodge. 

Lieutenants — Harvey Parker, Amos Ingals. 

Ensigns — Robert Hinds; Robert R. Blackman, vice Briggs, 
moved; Spencer Pitcher. 

Xew battalion of infantry in the county of Cattaraugus organized 
from part of the One Hundred and Seventy-third regiment: 

Royal Tifft, major commandant; Phineas Spencer, adjutant; 
James McGlashan, quartermaster. 

Gaius Wheaton, lieutenant; Alvin Chase, ensign. 

GREENE COUNTY. 

< >ne Hundred and Twentieth regiment of infantry: 
John C. Johnson, paymaster, vice Voorhees, resigned. 
Neely Lawrence, captain, vice Layman, resigned; Clark Law- 
rence, lieutenant, vice X. Lawrence, promoted; Abraham Ramsen, 
ensign, vice Storey, resigned; Seth Dutcher, ensign, vice Phillo. 



State Historian. 2163 

Sixth regiment of infantry: 

Jacob Sharp, quartermaster, vice Houghtailing, resigned. 

Andrew Van Buskirk, captain, vice Spoor, resigned; Leonard 
Lampman, lieutenant; William Jearms, ensign. 

Michael Bronk, captain, vice McCagg, moved; Abraham H. 
Houghtailing, lieutenant, vice Bronk, promoted; Peter Wyngard, 
ensign, vice Houghtailing, promoted; Jesse Miller, lieutenant, vice 
Gedney, moved; Henry Williams, ensign, vice Miller, promoted. 

William Bliss, captain, vice Jenkins, moved; Robert Bullis, lieu- 
tenant, vice Bliss, promoted; Thomas Burroughs, ensign. 

Walter Secor, captain, vice Fancher, moved; Spencer Palmer, 
lieutenant, vice Secor, promoted; Henry Townsend, ensign. 

Jason Maples, captain, vice Hovy, resigned; Harvey Hall, lieu- 
tenant, vice Maples, promoted. 

Forty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Riflemen — Reuben Adams, captain, vice Hubbard, resigned; 
Peter Bunker, lieutenant, vice Adams, promoted; Elisha L. Smith, 
ensign, vice Bunker, promoted. 

Jacob Patre, lieutenant; John Commer, ensign, vice Patre, pro- 
moted; Joshua G. Houghtailing, ensign, vice Cooke, resigned. 

DELAWARE COUNTY. 

Battalion of infantry in the county of Delaware commanded by 
Major John H. Gregory: 

Riflemen — Joseph S. Bliven, captain; Abel Bissell, lieutenant; 
Charles Knapp, ensign. 

TOMPKINS COUNTY. 

Eighty-eighth regiment of infantry": 

New company — John Ludlow, captain; James L. Townley, lieu- 
tenant; Elias Aber, ensign. 



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1820. 



2164 Annual Report of the 

columbia county. 

Seventy-third regiment of infantry: 

Justin Niles, captain, vice Morris, resigned; Benjamin W. Hutch- 
inson, lieutenant, vice Xiies, promoted; Truman Mercer, ensign. 

Roswell B. Frisbee, captain, vice Hulbert, deceased; Russell Cady, 
lieutenant; Allen Cady, ensign; Palmer C. Dorr, lieutenant, vice 
Tims, resigned; Ebenezer Bassett, junior, ensign. 

Harry Bachus, captain light infantry, vice Hamilton, resigned. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

Fortieth regiment of infantry: 

Calvin W. Smith, surgeon's mate, vice Budlong, moved; Thomas 
Buchannon, quartermaster; Christopher Colvin, paymaster, vice 
Buchannan. 

Baltus Strough, captain, vice Boyer, moved; Cornelius Favill, 
lieutenant; Daniel Strough, ensign. 

Twenty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Tilly Littlejohn, lieutenant; Reed Brockway, ensign. 

CAYUGA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Ninth regiment of infantry: 

Agreen Ingraham, colonel, vice Histed, resigned; William Green- 
field, lieutenant colonel; Salmon Sharp, major, vice Ingraham, pro- 
moted; Franklin Day, quartermaster, vice Walter, moved. 

Captains — John Matthews, vice Jayne, resigned; John Stivers, 
vice- Allen, moved; William Ten Eyck, vice Brinckerhoff, pro- 
moted; Howard Harris, vice Sharp, promoted. 

Lieutenants — Enoch Smith, vice Matthews, promoted; Thomas C. 
West, vice Hooper, moved; John M. Brinckerhoff, vice Van Arsdall, 
resigned: Simeon Conger, vice Harris, promoted. 

Ensigns — Isaac Kennedy, vice Conger, promoted; Russell John- 



State Historian. 2165 

son, vice Smith, promoted; Alvin Kellogg, vice, Cherry, resigned; 
Eleazer Woodard, vice D. Kellogg, resigned; Abraham Selover, 
vice Stivers, promoted; Hezekiah Johnson, vice Bodine, resigned. 

One Hundred and Fifty-eighth regiment: 

Matthew Bevier, paymaster, vice Brinckerhofr', promoted. 

Captains — Robert McKelip, vice Middlesworth, resigned; Ste- 
phen Wheaton; Abner Saunders, vice Perry, resigned; Isaac Shank, 
vice Wisner, resigned; Hezekiah Bowen, vice Morley, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Seth Maltby (light infantry), vice Chapin, resigned ; 
Thomas A. Buddington, vice Shank, promoted; Bethuel Farrand, 
vice Saunders, promoted; James C. Adams, vice Bowen, promoted; 
Isaiah Cortright, vice McKelip, promoted; John H. Hardenburgh, 
vice Lovell, resigned; Somi Babbitt; Henry H. Cooley. 

Ensigns — Joab Polhemus, vice J. C. Adams, promoted; Thaddeus 
Thompson, vice Cortright; Ayrelus Wheeler (of light infantry), vice 
Maltby, promoted; Joseph S. Colt, vice Hardenburgh, promoted; 
Samuel Goodrich; John B. Tallman. 

Twenty-first regiment of infantry : 

Thomas Chadwick, colonel, vice Hoskins, resigned; Palmer 
Hewitt, lieutenant colonel, vice Daniels, resigned; Joseph South- 
worth, major, vice Chadwick, promoted; Henry Bradley, adjutant, 
vice Hewitt, promoted. 

Captains — Herman Bissell; Elliott Palmer, junior, vice A. Palmer, 
promoted; Benjamin Hayward, vice Congden, resigned; Philemon 
Barger, vice Southworth, promoted; Luther Lakin, vice Tayler, 
moved. 

Lieutenants — Enoch Buck, vice Wilson, declining; Stephen 
Wright; William Alwood; John A. Parker; Peter Lawson, vice 
Haywood, promoted; Merrit Goodyear, vice Barger, promoted; Par- 
don Brown. 



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2i66 Annual Report of the 

Ensign? — Amza Culver, vice Palmer, promoted; Enoch Wilber; 
Harry Clarke; Xathan Robbinson, vice Lawson, promoted; Joseph 
Bishop; Elias Tillotson, vice Brownell, promoted; Daniel L. Avery. 

Edward Robinson, captain. 

One Hundred and Sixty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Vk illiam H. Xoble. adjutant, vice Lock, moved. 

James Moore, captain, vice Cooper, resigned; Sherman Shepard, 
lieutenant; Alanson Hyde, ensign; Seth Turner, ensign. 

Thirteenth regiment of cavalry: 

Harvey Hotchkiss, first lieutenant; Gardner Kourtrite, second 
lieutenant; Gilbert Babcock, cornet; Levi Lewis, second lieutenant; 
Albert Morley, cornet. 

ROCKLAND COUNTY. 

Eighty-third regiment of infantry: 

John S. Gurnee, paymaster. 

Captains — Peter Youry, Robert Knapp. 

Ebenezer McKenzie, lieutenant. 

Ensigns — Jacob J. Cooper, Mangle Rail. 

One Hundred and Sixtieth regiment of infantry: 

Frederick Barbarow, lieutenant colonel; John J. Youry, major; 
David Clarke, adjutant; Cornelius C. Blauvelt, quartermaster. 

Captains — Theunis C. Blauvelt, Peter Smith, John Ackerson, 
John A. Haring, Josiah G. Pierson. 

Lieutenants — Adrian D. Onderdonk, John Mackie, Abraham 
Myers, Alpheus S. Colton. 

Ensigns — Theunis Cooper, junior, Cornelius Ackerman, James C. 
Declark, John Johnson, Matthew J. Adams. 

CLINTON COUNTY. 

Eleventh division of infantry: 

Valentine \Y. R. Satterlee and Heman Cady, aids de camp to the 
major general. 



State Historian. 2167 

seneca county. 
One Hundred and Second regiment of infantry: 
Light Infantry — Charles F. Irwin, captain; Charles J. Bartow, 
lieutenant; Benjamin Maltby, ensign. 

SARATOGA COUNTY. 

Twenty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Joseph Brewster, junior, lieutenant colonel, vice Brown, resigned; 
Stephen Potter, junior, major, vice Brewster, promoted; William 
Chambers, surgeon's mate, vice Sprague, promoted. 

Codington W. Swan, paymaster, vice Reed, resigned. 

Captains — Elisha Potter, vice S. Potter, promoted; Samuel Snow 
(light infantry), vice Washburn, moved; James L. Delong, vice Sum- 
ner, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Weeks Copelen, vice Delong, promoted; John East- 
wood (light infantry), vice Snow, promoted; Jacob Conklin, vice 
Potter, promoted. 

Ensigns — Amos Merrihew, vice Cornel, resigned; Ananias Ake- 
ley (light infantry), vice Eastwood, promoted; Levi Noyes, vice 
Copelen, promoted. 

Fifty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Samuel Benton, lieutenant colonel, vice Scott, declined; Nathaniel 
Lovell, major, vice Smith, declined. 

Benjamin Palmer, captain, vice Benton, promoted; William J. 
Angle, lieutenant, vice Palmer, promoted; Nicholas Johnson, ensign, 
vice Angle, promoted. 

Harvey Lincoln, captain, vice Lovell, promoted; James Mosher, 
lieutenant, vice Lincoln, promoted; Austin Brown, ensign, vice 
Mosher, promoted. 

James Ladow, captain, vice Thomas, resigned; William H. 
Powell, lieutenant, vice Ladow; Ebenezer Kent, ensign, vice Powell, 
promoted." 



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2i68 Annual Report of the 

Seth Tallmage, captain, vice Rose, moved; William Burnham, 
junior, lieutenant, vice Tallmage, promoted; Daniel A. Bockes, 
ensign, vice Burnham, promoted. 

Riflemen— Edward Frink, captain, vice Van Ostrand, moved; 
Harman J. Betts, first lieutenant, vice Frink, promoted; Henry Mil- 
ler, second lieutenant, vice Swan, resigned; Joseph McDiarmid, 
ensign, vice Miller, promoted. 

Sixty-third regiment of infantry : 

Oliver Brisbin, surgeon's mate, vice Billings, moved. 

Joseph Welch, junior, captain, vice Adams, resigned; John Fonda, 
lieutenant, vice Palmer, moved; Amos Stafford, ensign, vice Welch, 
promoted. 

Denton Mott, captain, vice Sprote, resigned; Salma Hawley, lieu- 
tenant, vice Crandell, moved; Hiram Dimmick, ensign, vice Mott, 
promoted. 

One Hundred and Sixty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Simon Newton, lieutenant colonel; George P. Cronkhite, quarter- 
master, vice Woodworth, declining; Henry Rockwell, paymaster, 
vice Lindsey, declining. 

Captains— Levi Scofield, vice Phelps, declining; Charles Stewart, 
vice Flanders, resigned. 

Jacob Rice, lieutenant, vice Stewart, promoted; Charles Gilbert, 
ensign, vice Rice, promoted; Obadiah W. Call, lieutenant, vice 
Stone, declining; Lyman Tinney, ensign vice Call, promoted; Bela 
Sage, lieutenant, vice Scofield, promoted; Samuel Atwell, ensign, 
vice Sage, promoted; George Peck, ensign, vice Haskins, promoted. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Third regiment of cavalry: 

Alexander O. Spencer, paymaster, vice Jones, resigned. 



State Historian. 2169 

schoharie county. 

Ninth regiment of cavalry : 

John D. Lawyer, adjutant; John J. Danforth, quartermaster. 

Nicholas N. Van Alstine, captain, vice Eacker, resigned; 
Augustus Deifendorf, first lieutenant, vice Van Alstine, promoted; 
John S. Wick, second lieutenant, vice Deifendorff, promoted; George 
Spraker, cornet. 

John Fisher, captain, vice Yost, resigned; Harman W. Brovver, 
first lieutenant, vice Fisher, promoted; Charles Easton, second lieu- 
tenant, vice Brower, promoted; George Kline, cornet, vice Easton, 
promoted. 

Henry Harman, captain, vice Bass, resigned; Jacob L. Lawyer, 
first lieutenant, vice Wood, moved; Christian Brown, second lieu- 
tenant, vice France, resigned; Samuel Durand, cornet. 

CLINTON COUNTY. 

Fifteenth regiment of cavalry: 

Henry Graves, captain, vice Price, resigned; Truman Nye, first 
lieutenant, vice Graves, promoted; Henry Gregory, second lieuten- 
ant, vice Nye, promoted; Levi Rhodes, second lieutenant, vice 
McKenzie, resigned. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Eighth regiment of cavalry: 

Oran E. Baker, major, vice Randle, resigned; William J. Hough, 
adjutant, vice Baker, promoted; James Shankland, quartermaster, 
vice Lester, resigned; James Knox, paymaster, vice Shankland, pro- 
moted; Adonijah White, surgeon; Levi Gibbs, surgeon's mate. 

Flenry Morgan, captain, vice Brown, resigned; Jesse Palmeter, 
third, first lieutenant, vice Morgan, promoted; Clark Brown, second 
lieutenant, vice Williams, moved; Zadock Beebe, third, cornet; 
Uriah Church, second lieutenant, vice Ackley, resigned; William 
Wells, cornet, vice Campbell, resigned. 



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2170 Annual Report of the 

James R. Lawrence, captain; Isaac Jerome, first lieutenant; Dan 
Polly, second lieutenant; Isaac Hawley, cornet. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

Sixth regiment of cavalry : 

Ambrose Cone, adjutant, vice Hart, moved; Lemuel L. Chester, 
surgeon, vice Hayes, moved. 

Robert McBride, second lieutenant, vice Wilcox, disabled; John 
Dean, cornet, vice McBride, promoted. 

Severin E. DeAngelis, captain; Thaddeus Ball, first lieutenant; 
Silas M. King, second lieutenant; Sardis Ward, cornet. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

Walter Kibbey, first lieutenant, vice Emery, moved; Hezekiah 
Green, second lieutenant, vice Kibbe, promoted; Stephen Hunger- 
ford, cornet, vice Green, promoted. 

DUTCHESS COUNTY. 

Fourth regiment of cavalry: 

Jacob Weekes, captain, vice Gibbs, moved; Samuel B. Dutton, 
first lieutenant, vice Weekes, promoted; Stephen Peckham, second 
lieutenant, vice Dutton, promoted; Charles T. Newcomb, cornet, 
vice Peckam, promoted. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Forty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Riflemen — Abraham J. Fort, captain; John Blass, junior, lieuten- 
ant; Robert Annon, ensign. 

OTSEGO COUNTY. 

Sixteenth division of infantry : 

Moses G. Benjamin, quartermaster, vice Page, resigned 



State Historian. 217 i 

1820. 
CLINTON COUNTY. 

Battalion in Clinton county composed of the Pittsburgh riflemen 
and Pittsburgh light infantry: 
Azariah C. Flagg, major. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Third regiment of cavalry: 

Alexander O. Spencer, paymaster, vice Jones, resigned; William 
Cooper, surgeon's mate, vice Schuyler, resigned. 

GREENE COUNTY. 

Battalion of riflemen in the thirty-seventh brigade: 
Mark Spencer, major; John D. Meers, surgeon. 
Chester Hall, junior, lieutenant, vice Meers, surgeon. 

TOMPKINS COUNTY. 

Tenth regiment of cavalry: 

Herman Camp, lieutenant colonel, with rank from July 8, 181 9, 
vice Mathews, deceased. 

Fifth regiment of artillery: 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

John James, surgeon, vice McMillan, resigned. 
Captains — Welcome Esleeck, vice Campbell, resigned; Henry 
Williams, vice Cary, resigned. 

DELAWARE COUNTY. 

James McAuley, captain, vice Ells, resigned. 

GREENE COUNTY. 

Apollos Cook, captain, vice James Bogardus, junior, who is 
hereby superseded and a supersedeas directed accordingly. 



2172 Annual Report of the 

1820. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Jacob J. LaGrange, first lieutenant. 

DELAWARE COUNTY. 

John F. Brett, first lieutenant. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Joseph Gallup, first lieutenant, vice Williams, promoted. 

GREENE COUNTY. 

Samuel A. Baker, first lieutenant, vice Daniel Sands, who is 
hereby superseded and a supersedeas directed accordingly. 

DELAWARE COUNTY. 

Elihu M. Call, first lieutenant. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Jesse P. Mitchell, first lieutenant, vice Merrifield, resigned. 

GREENE COUNTY. 

Hiram Comfort, second lieutenant, vice Ashley, resigned. 

DELAWARE COUNTY. 

Asahel B. Roberts, second lieutenant. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

John Allbright, second lieutenant. 

DELAWARE COUNTY. 

Eldad Jackson,, second lieutenant. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Christopher Gould, second lieutenant. 

DELAWARE COUNTY. 
John Harper, second lieutenant. 



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1820. 
ALBANY COUNTY. 

Cornelius V. Gibson, second lieutenant, vice Mitchell, promoted. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Battalion of horse artillery commanded by Major (Levi) Love: 
Rutherford Barker, captain, vice (Isaac) Lewis, resigned; Orren 

McClure, first lieutenant; Uriah Leland, second lieutenant; Marsena 

Collister, cornet. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

Thirteenth division of infantry: 

Thomas Goodsell, junior, hospital surgeon. 

OTSEGO COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Thirty-fifth regiment of infantry: 
Riflemen — Cyrus Brown, captain; Alfred Mooers, lieutenant; 
Henry Lake, junior, ensign. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Sixth regiment of artillery: 
Frederick Baker, lieutenant colonel. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Silas W. Wait, major. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Caleb Bray ton, second, captain; Isaac Downs, first lieutenant; 
Jesse Wood, second lieutenant. 

COLUMBIA COUNTY. 

John M. Sanford, captain; William Poultney, first lieutenant; John 
V. Druel, second lieutenant. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Lazarus G. Prindle, paymaster. 



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rensselaer county. 
Israel Stitt, quartermaster; Rums S. Wait, surgeon. 

SARATOGA COUNTY. 

First regiment of artillery: 

Joshua Palmerton, captain, vice Drake, moved; Nathaniel Rider, 
first lieutenant, vice Palmerton, promoted; William Prime, second 
lieutenant, vice Rider, promoted. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

William S. Shuler, captain, vice Many, resigned; Lawrence 
Shuler, first lieutenant, vice Shuler, promoted; William Shuler, sec- 
ond lieutenant, vice L. Schuler, promoted. 

Daniel Dievendorf, captain, vice Coapman, promoted; Henry J. 
Dievendorf, first lieutenant, vice D. Dievendorf, promoted; Daniel 
Conkling, second lieutenant, vice J. Conkling, declining. 

Peter Lampman, captain, vice Snell, resigned; Peter P. Smith, 
first lieutenant, vice Lampman, promoted; Aaron C. Whitlock, sec- 
ond lieutenant, vice Smith, promoted. 

SCHOHARIE COUNTY. 

Peter Sternberg, captain, vice Snyder, resigned; Joseph Manches- 
ter, first lieutenant, vice Sternberg, promoted; George W. Tippits, 
second lieutenant, vice Manchester, promoted. 

SCHENECTADY COUNTY. 

Evert Frear, captain, vice Van Antwerp, resigned; John Clark, 
first lieutenant, vice Frear, promoted; Levi Aylworth, second lieu- 
tenant, vice Clark, promoted. 

ONONDAGA COUNTY. 

fteenth regiment of artillery: 
Elias ( rumaer, junior, lieutenant colonel, vice (Samuel) Sizer 



State Historian. 2175 

(junior), moved; James B. Eldridge, major, vice Wilbur (Benjamin 
Wilber), declining - . 

Captains — Thomas Lewis, Elisha Marsh. 

Pline Hale, first lieutenant, vice Lewis, promoted; Sheldon Graves, 
second lieutenant, vice Hale, promoted; Adams Danforth, first lieu- 
tenant, vice Marsh, promoted; Harry Kimberly, second lieutenant, 
vice Danforth, promoted. 

Ebenezer Campbell, captain, vice Gumaer, promoted; Thomas 
Rose, first lieutenant, vice Campbell, promoted; William Barker, 
second lieutenant, vice Rose, promoted; Fletcher Billings, second 
lieutenant. 

Captains — John Oothout, vice Eldridge, promoted; Joseph Ander- 
son, vice Osgood, promoted. 

Elijah Morse, first lieutenant, vice Anderson, promoted; David 
Morris, second lieutenant, vice Morse, promoted. 

Moses Bristol, surgeon. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Ellis Morse, quartermaster. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

Third brigade of artillery: 

Theodore S. Gold, quartermaster, vice Dudley, promoted; Charles 
P. Kirkland, judge advocate. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Sixty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Philo Wickham, quartermaster, vice Daniels, deceased. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Ninety-fourth regiment of infantry : 

Robert Adams, lieutenant colonel, vice Beach, resigned; William 
Parks, major. 



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1820. 



2176 Annual Report of the 

Captains — John Jackson, vice Adams, promoted; Harry Hyde, 
vice Parks, promoted; Gardner Nowlen; Lewis W. Wheeler; Dudley 
Brainard; Horatio Parsons. 

Lieutenants — Hardy Woodruff, vice Adams, resigned; George 
Pratt, vice Hyde, promoted; Moses Hunt, vice Nowlan, promoted; 
Shepard Pierce, vice Beecher, promoted; Jeremiah R. Smith; David 
Wilcox; Peter Stiles. 

Ensigns — Hiram B. Ripley, vice Jackson, promoted; Elisha 
Powell, vice Pratt, promoted; James Haynes, vice Hunt, promoted; 
Reuben Waldo; Abraham Adams; Joel Roberts, junior; Samuel 
Chapin, junior, vice Stiles, promoted; Joseph Whitney. 

Fourth regiment of infantry: 

James Williams, captain, vice Perry, resigned; Williams Brace, 
lieutenant, vice Williams, promoted; Samuel Gillis, ensign, vice 
Brace, promoted. 

Major William Bacon's rifle battalion: 

Cholett Cady, captain; Jeremy S. Stone, lieutenant; James Blair, 
ensign. 

NIAGARA COUNTY. 

Thirteenth regiment of infantrv: 

Walter Osborn, adjutant, vice White, resigned; William Lucas, 
surgeon's mate. 

John Hibbard, captain. 

Lieutenants — Benjamin Bidwell, vice Osborn, promoted; Isband 
Howland; Solomon Day. 

Ensigns — James H. Case, vice Howland, promoted; Marcus 
McNeal, vice Minor, moved; David Lindsay, vice Bigelow, moved; 
James Smith. 

Seventh regiment of artillery: 

Leonard P. Crary, first lieutenant, vice Guitean, postmaster; 
Elijah D. Efner, second lieutenant, vice Crary, promoted. 



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madison county. 

Sixty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Peter B. Havens, surgeon, vice Gold, moved; Rufus Bacon, pay- 
master, vice Love, moved. 

William B. Tompkins, captain, vice Wood, resigned; Benjamin 
Simmons, lieutenant, vice Tompkins, promoted; Otis Simmons, 
ensign. 

CAYUGA COUNTY. 

Major John Richardson's battalion of riflemen in Cayuga county: 
Jeremiah V. R. Perkins, captain, vice Culver, moved; John 
McNiel, lieutenant; David Rockwell, ensign. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Thirtieth regiment of infantry: 

William Dolsen, lieutenant, vice Burt, declining; James B. Post, 
ensign, vice Dolsen, promoted. 

DUTCHESS COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Forty-ninth regiment of infantry: 
Dennis Wortman, surgeon's mate. 
Thomas H. Potter, ensign. 

PUTNAM COUNTY. 

Sixty-first regiment of infantry: 

David Knapp, colonel; Cornelius Nelson, lieutenant colonel; 
James Townsend, junior, major. 

Samuel Jefferds, lieutenant; Joseph K. Meeks, ensign. 

Benjamin Horton, captain; Allen B. Secor, lieutenant. 

Thomas W. Taylor, captain; Thomas O. Tillott, lieutenant; 
Horace O. Smith, ensign. 

Thirty-fifth regiment of infantry: 
137 



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Reuben D. Barnum, colonel; Thomas Lake, lieutenant colonel; 
Daniel W. Townsend, major. 

Silas Whitney, junior, captain; George Beal, junior, lieutenant. 

Robert Grant, captain; Isaac Townsend, ensign; Nathaniel How- 
land, junior, lieutenant. 

Ensigns — William Hanes, Elijah Beach, John Watts, junior. 

Elijah Barnum, lieutenant. 

Gilbert Reynolds, captain; Stephen Rider, lieutenant; Robert 
Bunton, ensign; Alfred Arnold, ensign. 

One Hundred and Twenty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Asher Gilbert, surgeon's mate. 

Leonard Vincent, captain; Arba Hurd, lieutenant; David Stevens, 
ensign. 

Fourth resriment of artillery: 

Daniel Wilson, captain, vice Fuller, moved; Tilly Foster, first 
lieutenant, vice Wilson, promoted. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fifty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Duty Shumway, colonel, vice Frank, resigned; Martin Lee, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Shumway, promoted; Samuel Woodward, major, 
vice Lee, promoted; Leonard Gibbs, junior, adjutant, vice Adams, 
resigned; Reuben Beach, quartermaster, vice Leavins, promoted; 
Shipman Frank, paymaster, vice Standish, promoted. 

Captains — Benjamin Leavins, vice Woodward, promoted; Richard 
H. Standish, vice Brown, resigned; Seth Peck, vice Bartholomew, 
moved; Elisha Blin, vice Black, superseded. 

Lieutenants — Abial Hatheway, junior, vice Baker, resigned; Alvin 
Goodrich, vice Jelson, declining; Joseph Short, vice Wright, moved; 
Richard Innman, vice Peck, promoted. 



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Ensigns — Benjamin Polly, vice Blin, promoted; Jonathan Todd, 

vice Orvis, resigned; William Wright, vice Innman, promoted. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Sixth regiment of artillery: 

Archibald Thomas, junior, captain; William M. Barber, first lieu- 
tenant; John S. Bremmer, second lieutenant. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Joseph Weeks, captain; Harry Forbes, first lieutenant; James W. 
Porter, surgeon's mate. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Eleventh regiment of artillery: 

Josiah Mann, major, vice Stuart, resigned. 

SARATOGA COUNTY. 

Thirty-second regiment of infantry: 

John A. Gilchrist, captain light infantry, in place of John Gilchrist 
appointed by mistake, with rank from date of former appointment. 
Fifth regiment of cavalry: 
Alfred Hand resigns as second lieutenant and resignation accepted. 

CLINTON COUNTY. 

Fifteenth regiment of cavalry: 

Roswell Wait, quartermaster; Samuel Beaumont, surgeon. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

Thirteenth division of infantry : 

William B. Welles, division inspector, vice Baker, moved. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Third regiment of cavalry: 

Stephen Sweet, cornet, vice Lawton, moved. 



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RICHMOND COUNTY. 

Thirteenth regiment of artillery: 

Peter Tyson, captain, vice Crocheron, resigned; Cornelius Kruser, 
first lieutenant, vice Tyson, promoted; Stephen Wood, junior, 
second lieutenant, vice Kurser (Kruser), promoted. 

KINGS COUNTY. 

John Allen, captain, vice Stockholm, resigned; Obadiah Rogers, 
second lieutenant, vice Willis, resigned; Nathaniel Corwithee, second 
lieutenant; Silas Webb, second lieutenant, vice Jennings, declining. 

NIAGARA COUNTY. 

Twelfth resriment of cavalry: 

Benjamin Dorlon, junior, captain; Ezra Harwood, first lieutenant; 
Alexander Laverty, second lieutenant; Nathan Welsh, cornet. 

DELAWARE COUNTY. 

Sixty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

David Dewey, surgeon; Robert North, junior, adjutant; Jonathan 
Beers, quartermaster; Behiah P. Huldridge, paymaster. 

James J. Gauley, captain; Alexander Crofford, lieutenant; Abra- 
ham Ogden, junior, ensign. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Major Bennet Bicknell's battalion of riflemen: 

Harvy Xiles, quartermaster, vice Curtis, promoted; Silas Sayles, 
paymaster, vice Raymond, promoted. 

Captains — Asa Raymond, vice Myers, resigned; Jonathan O. 
Pierce, vice Hartshorn, moved. 

Lewis Pierce, first lieutenant, vice J. O. Pierce, promoted; James 
Finn, second lieutenant, vice Greenly, moved; Samuel R. Sherrill, 
ensign, vice Xiles, promoted. 



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ontario county. 

Eleventh regiment of infantry: 

Arcino (Arsinoe) Beebe, lieutenant colonel; Dudley Marvin, 
major. 

Mirtillo Warner, captain, vice Beebe, promoted; William Mack, 
lieutenant, vice Warner, promoted; Daniel Case, ensign, vice Mack, 
promoted. 

Amos Jones, captain, vice Parkhurst; George Derr, lieutenant, 
vice Jones, promoted; David Culver, ensign, vice Derr, promoted. 

Alanson Lockwood, captain, vice Mitchell, resigned; Allen Coats, 
lieutenant, vice Lockwood, promoted; John Flewellen, ensign, vice 
Coats, promoted. 

Theophilus Sabin, captain, vice Morse, resigned; Joseph Blodget, 
lieutenant; Hiram Millard, ensign. 

William Wood, captain, vice Sibley, resigned; Augustus Porter, 
lieutenant, vice Wood, promoted; Liecester Phelps, ensign, vice 
Porter, promoted. 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

Forty-sixth brigade of infantry: 

William Groves, judge advocate. 

Thirty-first regiment of infantry: 

Lewis Swift, colonel, vice Haskell, resigned; Calvin Freeman, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Burrows, promoted; Isaac Leach, major, 
vice Swift, promoted; Alexander S. Brown, quartermaster and 
ensign, vice Earl, moved; Ebenezer Towle, paymaster and ensign, 
vice Perry, moved. 

Captains — Robert Staples, vice Saunders, moved; Shubal Lewis, 
vice Glidden, resigned; Willard Leach, vice I. Leach, promoted; 
Henry W. Bates, vice Freeman, promoted; Erastus S. Cone; Harry 
Porter. 



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Lieutenants — Amos Randall, vice Castle, moved; William King-, 
vice Staples, promoted; Peter Cusick,vice Crawford, moved; Simeon 
Glidden, junior, vice Lewis, promoted; Arial Chase; Solomon C. 
Wright, vice Leach, promoted; Cyrus Hood. 

Ensigns — John W. Randall, vice Bates, promoted; Stephen War- 
ren, vice King, promoted; Luther Peck, vice Glidden, promoted; 
Horace Chace; Alexander Annis; Ebenezer Perrigo, vice Wright, 
promoted. 

Seventh regiment of artillery: 

Joshua Vincent, captain; Major H. Smith, first lieutenant; Henry 
Hill, second lieutenant. 

One Hundred and Seventy-seventh regiment of infantry: 

William H. Ward, colonel, vice Kelsey, moved; Jesse Church, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Dickson, resigned; Isaac T. Gifford, major, 
vice Ward, promoted; Calvin Wells, adjutant; Elizur Munger, sur- 
geon's mate. 

Captains — Joseph Emmerson, vice Church, promoted; Thomas 
Brintnall, vice Gififord, promoted. 

Lieutenants — Phinehas Smith, vice Emmons, promoted; Edward 
Parmele, vice Brintnall, promoted. 

Ensigns — Abraham Warren, vice Smith, promoted; Samuel South- 
worth, vice Parmele, promoted. 

One Hundred and Seventy-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Eastman Colby, colonel, vice Brown, resigned; Warham Warner, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Dutton, resigned; Austin Spencer, major, 
vice Colby, promoted; Jonathan Wadhams, adjutant, vice Patterson, 
resigned; Archibald Humphrey, quartermaster; John B. Elwood, 
surgeon, vice Scott, moved; John Cobb, surgeon's mate. 

Captains — Jason Tyler, vice Spencer, in light infantry; Arnold 
Markham, vice Fulton, resigned; Chauncey Dean, captain. 



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Lieutenants — Joel Wheeler; William Vincent, vice Markham, 
promoted; Ezekiel F. Brown, vice Tyler (light infantry). 

Ensigns — Rufus Clark; Anson C. Parish; Henry Brown (of light 
infantry), vice E. T. Brown, promoted. 

One Hundred and Seventy-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Aden Foster, lieutenant; William Love, ensign; Jeremiah Wood- 
mancy, ensign. 

Twelfth regiment of cavalry: 

Elijah D. Nichols, captain, vice Woodruff, moved; Thomas Smith, 
second lieutenant; Reuben Cheeney, cornet. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

Sixth regiment of cavalry: 

Lester Noble, captain, vice Campbell, moved; Orion Rose, first 
lieutenant, vice Fox, resigned; Elijah Tisdale, second lieutenant, 
vice Noble, promoted; Simon P. Clark, cornet, vice Rose, promoted. 

SCHOHARIE COUNTY. 

Eighteenth regiment of infantry: 

Light Infantry — Peter J. Borst, captain; James Boyd, lieuten- 
ant; Ebenezer McMullen, ensign. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Twenty-fourth brigade of infantry: 

David White, brigadier general, vice Colt, resigned. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Thirty-first brigade of infantry: 

Spencer Stafford, junior, quartermaster, vice Boyd, promoted. 

STEUBEN COUNTY. 

Nineteenth regiment of artillery: 

Selah Barnard, captain, vice Wood, resigned; William H. Bull, 



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2184 Annual Report of the 

first lieutenant, vice Barnard, promoted; Finiee McClure, second 
lieutenant, vice Win. H. Bull, promoted. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Tenth division of infantry: 

Israel Williams, inspector, vice Wallace, promoted; Robert Sack- 
rider, quartermaster, vice Robinson, moved; John McLean, junior, 
paymaster, vice Sackrider, promoted. 

CAYUGA COUNTY. 

Twenty-first division of infantry: 

David Brinkerhoff, paymaster, vice Richardson. 

SARATOGA COUNTY. 

Fifty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Ebenezer Kent, lieutenant, vice Powell, promoted; Jonas S. Bil- 
lings, ensign, vice Kent, promoted. 

SCHOHARIE COUNTY. 

Ninth regiment of cavalry: 

Shadrack Haywood, captain, vice Foot, promoted; Amasa Parker, 
first lieutenant, vice Haywood, promoted; Roswell M. Brant, second 
lieutenant; Charles Dewey, cornet. 

DELAWARE COUNTY. 

Bradley Lyon, first lieutenant, vice Stephens, resigned; Orange 
Graves, second lieutenant. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Elisha Kane Roof, quartermaster; Harmanus L. Quackenboss, 
cornet. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Third regiment of cavalry: 

Bradick Hall, captain; Holden Sweet, first lieutenant; Sanford 
Hartshorn, second lieutenant; Daniel Denison, cornet. 



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DUTCHESS COUNTY. 

Fourth regiment of cavalry: 

Gilbert B. Noxon, colonel, vice Livingston, resigned; Nathan 
Beckwith, lieutenant colonel, vice DeCantillon, resigned; Benjamin 
A. Sleight, major, vice Noxon, promoted. 

Captains — Benjamin Roe, vice Sleight, promoted; John Crawford, 
vice Deforest, deceased; John R. Hermance, vice Beckwith, pro- 
moted; Jacob Weeks, vice Gibbs, moved. 

First lieutenants^John C. Stockholm, vice Roe, promoted; John 
F. Slocum; John Benner, vice Stoutenburg, resigned; Samuel B. 
Dutton, vice Weeks, promoted. 

Second lieutenants — John L. Crawford; John P. Luyster, vice 
Stockholm, promoted; Ephraim Haight, junior, vice Burner, re- 
signed; Stephen Peckham, vice Dutton, promoted. 

Cornets — Horace Crosby; Alsow Sherwood, vice Luyster, pro- 
moted; William Felter, vice Haight, promoted; Charles F. New- 
comb, vice Peckham, promoted. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Second regiment of cavalry: 

Jesse Fonda, chaplain; Peter A. Millspaugh, surgeon, vice Wick- 
ham, resigned. 

Andrew Bevier, captain, vice Bruyn, declined. 

First lieutenants — Daniel Tuthill, vice Bevier, promoted; Jacob 
E. Hermance, vice Waring, moved. 

Second lieutenants — Marvil G. Haight, vice Tuthill, promoted; 
Birdsall Cornell, vice Elting, intemperate; Cornelius D. Demorest, 
vice Burt. 

Cornets — Cornelius Jansen, vice Haight, promoted; Daniel A. 
Garrison, vice Hermance, promoted; Edwin P. Seward, vice Dem- 
arest, promoted. 



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new york county. 

Ninety-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Ensigns — Isaac T. Mott, vice Clark, promoted; Frederick B. 
Lang, vice Livingston, promoted; John B. Bleecker, vice Clarkson, 
promoted; John H. Watson, vice Hale, promoted; Anthony Bleecker 
Neilson, vice Skillman, promoted. 

KINGS COUNTY. 

1 

Sixty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Light Infantry — George Hall, captain; Henry Dikeman, lieu- 
tenant. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Twenty-second division of infantry: 

William H. Spencer, inspector; John Sweeny, quartermaster; 
Philo C. Fuller, paymaster. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Eleventh regiment of artillery: 

John J. Manning, first lieutenant, vice Mix, promoted; Linus W. 
Stevens, second lieutenant, vice Manning', promoted. 

Jonathan Waterbury, quartermaster, vice Stuart, resigned. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Tenth regiment of artillery: 

Xathaniel W. Baird, second lieutenant. 

ONONDAGA COUNTY. 

Sixty-second regiment of infantry: 

Phineas Hutchins, colonel, vice Van Heusen, resigned; William 
Powell, lieutenant colonel, vice P. Hutchins, promoted; James Red- 
way, major, vice Powell, promoted. 

Barber Kenyon, captain, vice Redway, promoted; Eleazer Prindle, 
lieutenant, vice Kenyon, promoted; Ebenezer Jennings, ensign, vice 
Prindle, promoted. 



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Samuel S. Stockham, captain, vice Willard, resigned; Martin 
Lewis, lieutenant, vice Stockham, promoted; John R. Petit, ensign, 
vice Morris, promoted; Supply Chase, ensign, vice Bronson, moved. 

One Hundred and Fifty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Jacob Van Houten, major, vice Burgess, moved. 

Twenty-seventh brigade of infantry: 

Samuel Mott, paymaster, vice Tousley, declining. 

SARATOGA COUNTY. 

Seventh regiment of cavalry: 

Noah Vibbard, colonel; Lynds Emerson, major; Jeremiah Pen- 
field, adjutant. 

Captains — Samuel Winchester, Stephen Swan, Nathan Medbury. 

First lieutenants — Selden Emerson, Joseph Pettit, Amnion 
Wilson. 

Second lieutenants — Martin Pope, Benjamin B. Babcock, Adoni- 
jah Skinner. 

Cornets — John Barker, Ethan Bailey. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Captains — William Ferris, Moses Cook, Archibald Patrick, 
George McKee. 

First lieutenants — James White, Jervis Martin, William Willet, 
Robert Simson. 

Second lieutenants — James W. Patten, Robert Chittenden, James 
Lyttle, John Welch, John Parish, junior. 

Cornets — Samuel Ranger, Archibald Smith, Thomas Jackway, 
James McCarter, Francis Crocker. 

SCHENECTADY COUNTY. 

Battalion of horse artillery in the county of Schenectady com- 
manded by Major Elisha Taylor: 



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2 1 88 Annual Report of the 

Philip R. Toll, captain, vice McQueen, resigned; Joseph Consalus, 
first lieutenant, vice Toll, promoted; John G. Veeder, second lieu- 
tenant, vice Consalus, promoted; John McKee, cornet, vice Veeder,. 
promoted. 

STEUBEN COUNTY. 

Twenty-fifth division of infantry: 
James McHenry, quartermaster. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

Thirty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Squire Wood, colonel, vice Mead, resigned; Amaziah Mead, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Wood, promoted; Jacob Hull, major, vice Mead, 
promoted; Jeremiah How, adjutant, vice T. Mead, resigned; Jacob 
G. Mead, quartermaster, vice Fountain, moved. 

Joseph Wilson, captain, vice Hull, promoted; Edward Banks, 
lieutenant, vice Rockwell, deceased; Stephen Hoyt, ensign, vice 
Wilson, promoted; Alfred Avery, lieutenant, vice Scofield, resigned; 
John Holmes, lieutenant, vice Lyon, moved; John Brush, ensign, 
vice Holmes, promoted. 

CLINTON COUNTY. 

Thirty-sixth regiment of infantrv: 

Nathan Perry, lieutenant; Horace Barnes, ensign. 

CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Sixty-second regiment of infantry: 

Darius Dexter, lieutenant colonel; Abel Wilcox, major; Judiah 
E. Budlong, adjutant; Samuel Barrett, paymaster; Silas Tiffany, 
quartermaster. 

Captains — Stephen Wilcox, junior, George Martin, Daniel B. 
Carpenter, Almon Ives, Joseph S. Pember, Horace Allen. 

Lieutenants — Michael Frank, Lorenzo Matthews, Charles P. 



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Young, William C. White, William Mattison, junior, Thomas 

Russell. 

Ensigns — Horace Blanchard, John Frank, Charles Hayward, 
Silas Terry, Jedediah Chapin, William H. Fenton. 

Riflemen— John B. Klock, captain; James McCoul, lieutenant; 
John Russell, ensign. 

Twelfth regiment of cavalry: 

William Rice, captain; Thomas B. Campbell, first lieutenant; 
Sheldon Smith, second lieutenant. 

A new regiment organized and denominated the One Hundred 
and Ninety-sixth regiment of infantry: 

James McMahon, colonel; Moses Adams, lieutenant colonel; Wil- 
liam Bell, major; Robert McMahon, quartermaster; Ebenezer P. 
Upham, surgeon; Silas Spencer, surgeon's mate; Amasa West, 
chaplain; Abraham Dixon, paymaster. 

Captains — Stephen Prendergast, Jonas Safford, Lorrel Nichols, 
Cornelius Hunt, Nathaniel Thompson, Jacob Houghton. 

Lieutenants — Reuben Ellis, Israel Baker, James Wright, Joseph 
Lyon, Gardner Cleveland, junior. 

Ensigns — William Sprague, Moses Joy, Ebenezer S. Messer, 
William Smith, junior, John M. Fitch. 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

Sixteenth regiment of cavalry: 

Edward M. Cook, second lieutenant; George W. Lay, cornet. 
Reuben Stickney, junior, captain; William James, first lieutenant; 
Samuel B. Collins, second lieutenant; James Stickney, cornet. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Fourth brigade of artillery: 

Henry V. R. Schermerhorn, judge advocate. 



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2190 Annual Report of the 

tompkins county. 
Eighteenth regiment of artillery: 
Daniel Lester, captain, vice Clark, resigned. 

CAYUGA COUNTY. 

Thomas Chipman, captain. 

SENECA COUNTY. 

Henry Middaugh, captain; Solomon Robinson, first lieutenant; 
Joseph Hollister, second lieutenant. 

TOMPKINS COUNTY. 

Ebenezer A. Lester, first lieutenant; John C. Cutler, second 
lieutenant. 

CAYUGA COUNTY. 

Abraham Kennedy, first lieutenant; Asa Arnold, second lieu- 
tenant. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Xineteenth regiment of artillery: 

Philo C. Fuller, adjutant; William W. Watson, quartermaster; 
Cyrus Wells, junior, surgeon. 

Captains — Richard M. Bayly, Benjamin Boyd. 

First lieutenants — John T. Clemons, James B. Bartle, Joseph S. 
Jackson, Warren Pierpont. 

Second lieutenants — Joel Stearns, Thomas Kevins, Russel Austin. 
James Wells. 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

Seventh regiment of artillery: 

Joseph Ellicott, junior, adjutant; Benjamin Blodget, quarter- 
master; Christopher Whaley, surgeon. 

Captains — Benjamin Evins, Chauncey Sheldon. 

First lieutenants — Almon Stevens, Elisha D. Youngs. 

Second lieutenants — Henry Woodard, Thomas Great, Stephen O. 
Almy. 



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orange county. 
Thirtieth regiment of infantry: 

William Dolsen, lieutenant, vice Burt; James B. Post, ensign, 
vice Dolsen, promoted. 

SULLIVAN COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Eighty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Cornelius H. Gregory, captain, vice Porter, exempt. 

Lieutenants — Andrew Reynolds; Daniel Van Tyl, vice Ham- 
mond, declining; Gardner Ferguson, vice Guinup, moved. 

Ensigns — George Burns; Jacob Tyler, vice Ferguson, promoted; 
Zachariah Lowe, vice Reynolds, promoted. 

Battalion of infantry in the county of Sullivan commanded by 
Major Benjamin B. Krum: 

Philo Buckley, adjutant. 

Captains — Cornelius H. Hardenbergh, vice LeRoy, resigned; 
Joseph Young, vice R. Hall, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Henry L. Schoonmaker, vice Hardenbergh, pro- 
moted; Asa Carrier, vice Buckley, transferred. 

Ensigns — Robert Grant, vice Schoonmaker, promoted; Bradley 
Robison, vice Carrier, promoted. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

Eighth regiment of artillery: 

Thomas H. Whittimore, captain, vice Sandford, resigned; Timo- 
thy Loomis, junior, first lieutenant, vice Whittimore, promoted; 
Stephen Griffiths, second lieutenant, vice Loomis, promoted. 

r 
JEFFERSON COUNTY. 

Lyman Munson, captain, vice Scott, resigned; Joseph Smith, first 
lieutenant, vice Munson, promoted; Samuel Boyden, second lieuten- 
ant, vice Smith, promoted. 



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ONEIDA COUNTY. 

Cephas S. Lacy, second lieutenant, vice Olney, moved. \ ! 

KINGS COUNTY. 

Sixty-fourth regiment of infantry: 
Gabriel Furman, ensign. 

CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Ninety-sixth regiment of infantry: 
Samuel Minnegar, captain; Joshua R. Babcock, lieutenant; 
George Hall, ensign. 

STEUBEN COUNTY. 

First brigade of infantry: 

William Woods, judge advocate, vice McCay, resigned. 

Ninety-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Gratten H. Wheeler, lieutenant colonel; William Read, major, 
vice Wheeler, promoted; Samuel Nealy, adjutant, vice Matthews, 
resigned. 

Abraham Cranmer, lieutenant; Isaac Stephens, ensign; Asa Blood, 
lieutenant; Stephen Grant, ensign. 

Joseph Read, captain, vice Read, promoted; George Reymond, 
lieutenant, vice J. Read, promoted. 

Eighty-first regiment of infantry: 

Timothy Hurd, colonel, vice Bartles, resigned; William Kernon, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Hurd, promoted; Elisha Ward, major, vice 
Kernon, promoted. 

Isaac P. Seymour, paymaster; Walter Woolcott, surgeon's mate. 

Captains — Nathan Cook, vice Silsbe, resigned; Jonathan Town- 
send. 

Abraham Compton, lieutenant; Abijah Vining, ensign. 

William French, captain; Victor Putnam, lieutenant; John Jolly, 
ensign. 



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Tenth regiment of cavalry: 

John J. Smith, captain; John Bodoin, first lieutenant; Richard 
Torance, second lieutenant; Harry Third, cornet. 

Seventeenth regiment of infantry: 

Samuel Cady, colonel, vice Stephens and Bennet, resigned; John 
R. Stephens, lieutenant colonel; William Atherton, major; James 
Jones, adjutant; Joshua Stephens, quartermaster; Joseph Loughrey, 
junior, paymaster. 

Amasa Thatcher, captain, vice Atherton, promoted; Thomas D. 
Hadley, lieutenant, vice Thatcher, promoted; Justus Harding, 
ensign. 
' Alexander Simpson, captain; Joseph P. Riggs, lieutenant. 

Silas Corey, captain; Samuel G. Dorr, lieutenant; James Cleave- 
land, junior, ensign. 

Battalion of infantry commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Simeon 
Bacon: 

James Rider, quartermaster. 

Sylvester Holliday, lieutenant; Osni Holiday, ensign. 

Light Infantry — Seth Rice, lieutenant; David Smith, ensign. 

New battalion organized from part of the Ninety-sixth regiment 
of infantry: 

Archa Campbell, lieutenant colonel commandant; John E. Mul- 
hollan, major; William Bonham, junior, adjutant; Douglass Knox, 
quartermaster; Robert H. Hoyt, surgeon's mate. 

William S. Mulhollan, captain, vice J. E. Mulhollan, promoted; 
Benjamin Harrower, lieutenant; Joshua Mersereau, ensign. 

Robert Jennings, captain, vice Goodrich, moved; Philo Hubble, 
lieutenant; Silas W. Gorton, ensign. 

New company — Amasa Staunton, captain; Edward Stubbs, lieu- 
tenant; James Andrus, ensign. 
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Light Infantry — Henry Phoenix, captain; Solomon Campbell, 
junior, lieutenant; Daniel Goodhue, ensign. 

New battalion also organized from part of the said Ninety-sixth 
regiment of infantry: 

Christopher Tomer, lieutenant colonel commandant; Theodore 
Brown, major; Jacob Van Yalkenburgh, adjutant; Daniel Sheldon, 
quartermaster; John Lewis, paymaster; Levi Fay, surgeon's mate. 

Daniel Horton, captain, vice Tomer, promoted; John Perkins, 
lieutenant; William Horton, ensign. 

David Judson, captain, vice Brown, promoted; Aaron Waldo, 
lieutenant, vice Judson, promoted; John Adams, ensign. 

ALLEGANY COUNTY. 

New brigade organized, consisting of the militia in the county of 
Allegany, and denominated the Fifty-second brigade of infantry: 

Clark Crandall, brigadier general. 

The One Hundred and Twenty-sixth regiment of infantry in the 
county of Allegany being organized into four battalions, Resolved, 
that the following officers be and they are hereby appointed, viz.: 

Battalion in the town of Alfred: 

Alexander Head, major commandant; David Crandal, adjutant. 

Asa Coon, captain; Joseph Goodrich, lieutenant; Dennis Saunders, 
ensign. 

Luther Strong, captain; Horace Mallory, lieutenant; Samuel S. 
White, ensign. 

Daniel McHenry, captain; Samuel F. Popples, lieutenant; Harvey 
Thompson, ensign. 

Charles Benjamin, captain; Nathan Williams, lieutenant; Ira 
Spencer, ensign. 

I lenrv McHenry, junior, captain: Ami Whitney, lieutenant; Solo- 
mon Whitney, ensign. 



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1820. 

Battalion in the town of Angelica: 

Josiah Utter, major commandant; John Gault, adjutant; Zebediah 
Nobles, paymaster. 

James Mapes, captain; Luke Hitchcock, lieutenant; Elisha Cham- 
berlain, ensign. 

Stephen Coles, captain; Russell Thompson, lieutenant; Charles 
Hurlburt, ensign. 

Andrew Hawley, captain; David Downing, lieutenant; Luke B. 
Crandal, ensign. 

Daniel Hooker, captain; Josiah Lipinwell, lieutenant; John Moore r 
ensign. 

Battalion in the town of Pike: 

Thomas Dole, major commandant; Samuel Patch, adjutant; 
Joshua Skiff, paymaster; Andrew Dutton, surgeon's mate. 

Amos Griffith, captain; John Parker, lieutenant; Jonathan Bar- 
low, ensign. 

Anson Hinman, captain; Jacob H.Olin, lieutenant; John Whiting, 
ensign. 

Strong Warner, captain; Joseph Maxson, junior, lieutenant. 

Bazaleel Bedee, captain; Demarcus Rathbun, lieutenant; Anson 
Hills, ensign. 

Battalion in the town of Nunda: 

George Williams, major commandant; John Wheeler, adjutant; 
Cyrus Allen, paymaster. 

Thomas McClenathan, captain; George Wilner, lieutenant; Wil- 
liam S. Youngs, ensign. 

William P. Wilcox, captain; James H. Rawson, lieutenant; Jacob 
Devoe, ensign. 

Stephen Spencer, captain; James Heath, lieutenant; Enoch Holli- 
day, ensign. 



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2196 Annual Report of the 

Battalion of infantry in the county of Allegany heretofore com- 
manded by Major George Ketchum: 

Simon Wilson, major commandant, vice Ketchum, resigned. 

Captains — Allen J. Torrey, Hiram Gray. 

Lieutenants — Marvin P. Blood, Cyrus H. Clement, Mark 
Blanchard. 

Ensigns — Allen Herrick, Packard Bruce. 

Seventh regiment of artillery: 

Levi C. Barber, captain; Ebenezer Griffith, first lieutenant; Rus- 
sell G. Hurd, second lieutenant. 

Tenth regiment of cavalry: 

Benjamin G. Chamberlin, captain; Benjamin Dole, first lieutenant; 
Aaron Robinson, second lieutenant; Caleb Weedens, cornet. 

COLUMBIA COUNTY. 

Fifteenth regiment of infantry: 

John T. Brodhead, surgeon, vice T. Brodhead, resigned; Samuel 
T. B. Platner, surgeon's mate. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Seventeenth division of infantry: 

Jabish X. M. Hurd, major general, vice King, resigned. 

Thirty-fifth brigade of infantry: 

Erastus Cleveland, brigadier general, vice Hurd, promoted. 

Sixty-fifth regiment: 

Thomas Greenly, colonel, vice Cleveland, promoted; Jacob Harts- 
horn, lieutenant colonel, vice Maynard, resigned; Gaius Stebbins, 
major, vice Hartshorn, promoted. 

Justus Shattock, captain, vice Stebbins, promoted; Fairfax Smith, 
junior, lieutenant, vice Shattock, promoted; Alanson Austin, ensign. 



State Historian. 2197 

1820. 

Thirty-fifth brigade of infantry : 

Ichabod S. Spencer, brigade major and inspector, vice Greenly, 
promoted; Harvey G. Morse, quartermaster, vice Stebbins, pro- 
moted. 

Seventy-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Stephen Chapman, major, vice Spencer, promoted. 

Bartholomew Forbes, captain, vice Chapman, promoted; Obadiah 
Bates, lieutenant, vice Forbes, promoted; George J. Ratnour, 
ensign, vice Kilts, moved; Henry Hale, lieutenant, vice Morse, pro- 
moted; Jemmey Graham, ensign, vice Hale, promoted. 

SCHENECTADY COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Eighty-eighth regiment of infantry: 
Josiah Patterson, paymaster. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Twenty-second regiment of infantry (formerly 
appointed by mistake as light infantry): 

John L. Francisco, captain; Josiah Wadsworth, lieutenant; 
Andrew Isdell, ensign. 

ALLEGANY COUNTY. 

Fifty-second brigade of infantry: 

Alanson Burr, inspector; Joseph Wilson, quartermaster; George 
Lanphere, paymaster; Alva Burr, judge advocate. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Twenty-third regiment of infantry: 

Allen Anderson, lieutenant colonel, vice Hay, resigned. 

CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Sixty-ninth regiment of infantry: 
Elisha Skinner, surgeon's mate. 



IS20. 



2198 Annual Report of the 

John Huntley, captain, vice Merit, declining. 

Lieutenants — Russel Fitch, vice Selew, deceased; William Sage, 
vice Dunbar, moved. 

Ensigns — Samuel Barker, vice Sage, promoted; Thaddeus Bar- 
nard, vice Wilcox, resigned; Ebenezer Eaton, vice Loomis, declined. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Seventy-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Joshua Shenvin, junior, lieutenant, vice Taylor, moved; John 
Hadcock, ensign, vice Shenvin, promoted. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Aids to Major General Solomon Van Rensselaer with rank as 
majors — Conrad A. Ten Eyck, Charles A. Clinton. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

In the militia of this State: 
Cornelius Bogart, a colonel. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Thirtieth regiment of infantry: 

Riflemen — Nathaniel Jones, captain; Henry Pelton, lieutenant; 
James Burt, junior, ensign. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Twelfth regiment of cavalry: 

Aurelius (Archelaus) G. Smith, surgeon's mate. 

Asahel Stone, junior, captain; John Lee, first lieutenant; Ephraim 
W. Cleveland, second lieutenant; Chauncey Stayton, cornet. 

Daniel H. Fitzhugh, captain; Charles H. Carrol, first lieutenant; 
Horatio Jones, second lieutenant; William Lyman, cornet; Eldrick 
Smith, cornet. 



State Historian. 2199 

1820. 

PUTNAM COUNTY. 

Sixty-first regiment of infantry : 
Ensigns — Job Wright, James Croft. 
Fourth regiment of artillery: 
Levi H. Cole, second lieutenant. 

TOMPKINS COUNTY. 

Eighty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Nathaniel Kniffen, lieutenant, vice Fuller, moved. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

Eighth regiment of infantry: 

Light Infantry — Stephen Hallett, lieutenant, vice Munsen, 
resigned; Samuel Smith, ensign, vice Guile. 

CORTLAND COUNTY. 

Nineteenth division: 

Martin Phelps, major general, vice Goodrich, deceased. 

GREENE COUNTY. 

Rifle company in the thirty-seventh brigade: 
John C. Johnson, captain; Joseph Clark, lieutenant; John M. Don- 
nelly, ensign. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Forty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

George R. Davis, colonel, vice Mather, resigned; John D. Brown, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Davis, promoted; Isaac Tallmadge, major, 
vice Brown, promoted. 

Lewis B. Slocum, captain, vice Tallmadge, promoted; David Tall- 
madge, lieutenant, vice Slocum, promoted; Isaac Groesbeck, ensign, 
vice Tallmadge, promoted. 

William Palmer, captain, vice Piercy, resigned; Daniel B. Bratt, 
lieutenant; Shubal Roger, ensign. 



1820. 



2200 Annual Report of the 

One Hundred and Fifty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Light Infantry — Courtland Schuyler, captain, rank from Sep- 
tember 18, 1817; Gershom Cook, lieutenant; Charles B. Prescott, 
ensign. 

Forty-third regiment of infantry: 

Captains — John G. Yates, vice Hext, resigned; Andrew Bough- 
ton, vice Beedle, resigned; Oliver F. Spencer, vice Hoag, resigned; 
Eber M. Myer, vice Burton, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Ephraim Knowlton, vice Yates, promoted; Peter A. 
Smith, vice Boughton, promoted; David Reghtor, vice Roraback, 
resigned; Thomas Sherman, vice Kingsley, resigned; John M. Frier, 
vice Percival, promoted; Joseph F. Finch, vice Myers, promoted. 

Ensigns — Isaac Hamm, vice Smith, promoted; Henry Davis, vice 
Sherman, promoted; Jacob W. Lewis, vice Dubois, resigned. 

Eighty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Joseph J. Brown, surgeon, vice Thomas, promoted; John Wilcox, 
quartermaster, vice Hammond, moved. 

John P. Danison, ensign, vice Ford, promoted; Alpheus Ford, 
lieutenant, vice Burdick, resigned. 

Light Infantry — Stephen Norton, captain, vice Defreest, pro- 
moted; Charles M. David, lieutenant; Calvin P. Vary, ensign. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

Thirty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

John Miller, captain, vice Dickson, moved; Hezekiah Miller, 
junior, lieutenant, vice Miller, promoted; James Miller, ensign, vice 
Miller, promoted. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Twenty-second regiment of infantry: 
Elisha Foot, junior,- captain; William Martin, ensign; Jacob G. 
Shew, lieutenant. 



State Historian. 2201 

oneida county. 
One Hundred and Thirty-fourth regiment of infantry: 
James Wells, captain, vice Wadsvvorth, moved; Harvey Mason, 

lieutenant, vice Wells, promoted; Eli M. Gibbs, ensign; Ralsaman 

Seymour, ensign. 

SCHOHARIE COUNTY. 

Eighteenth regiment of infantry: 

William Mann, lieutenant colonel, vice Shafer, resigned; Martinus 
Mattice, major, vice Mann, promoted. 

Ensigns — Nathan Andrews, vice Dodge, declined; Peter W. 
Enders, vice Driesbach, declining. 

One Hundred and Fourth regiment of infantry: 

John Fink, lieutenant colonel, vice Dice, resigned; Dexter Brown, 
major, vice Fink, promoted. 

Giles Fox, captain, vice Lamont, superseded; John J. Rightor, 
lieutenant; Simeon Evens, ensign. 

Harvey Brown, captain, vice Brown, promoted; Levi Ives, junior, 
lieutenant; Isaac P. Ives, ensign. 

Riflemen — Giles Fox, captain; Russell G. Beard, lieutenant; Hor- 
ace Hickok, ensign. 

CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Sixty-second regiment of infantry: 
Samuel Foote, junior, surgeon, vice E. T. Foote, resigned. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Ninety-second regiment of infantry: 
James Reed, captain, vice Nye, resigned; Daniel Bellinger, lieu- 
tenant, vice Reed, promoted; Joseph P. Waggoner, ensign, vice 
Bellinger, promoted. 

CORTLAND COUNTY. 

Nineteenth division of infantry: 
Augustus Donnelly, inspector. 



1820. 



1820. 



2202 Annual Report of the 

ontario county. 
Thirty-ninth brigade of infantry: 

Jonathan Child, judge advocate, vice Dickson; Enoch A. Hall, 
paymaster. 

SCHOHARIE COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Thirteenth regiment of infantry: 
George V. Huddleston, surgeon, vice Shepherd, resigned. 

OTSEGO COUNTY. 

Second brigade of infantry: 

Spencer Kellogg, brigade inspector, vice Holt, resigned. 

One Hundred and Fifty-first regiment of infantry: 

Henry Ogden, adjutant, vice Ogden, promoted. 

Darius Niles, captain, vice Smith, resigned; Jonathan A. Burdick, 
lieutenant; Peter Bundy, ensign. 

Riflemen — Chauncey Todd, lieutenant; Solomon White, ensign. 

John Bryan, captain; John Judson, lieutenant; Asa M. Short, 
ensign. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Second regiment riflemen in Captain Williams' company: 
George Campbell, lieutenant, vice Gansevoort, moved; Horace 
Fisk, ensign, vice Egbert, promoted. 

ALLEGANY COUNTY. 

Ipirh O ne Hundred and Twenty-sixth regiment dismembered by an 

6. 

order of the 6th of April, 1820, and organized into five battalions 
composing the fifty-second brigade. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

ijf' Tenth brigade of infantry: 

30. 

Augustus Fleming, brigadier general. 



State Historian. 2203 

rensselaer county. 

Eighty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Stephen J. Brown, surgeon, vice Joseph J. Brown, appointed by 
mistake. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

In the militia: 

Charles Christian, a brigadier general. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Thirty-fourth regiment of infantry: 
Simeon DeWitt Bloodgood, paymaster, vice Wells, promoted. 

QUEENS COUNTY. 

Twenty-second brigade of infantry: 

Van Wyck Weekes, brigadier general, vice Bedell, resigned. 

LEWIS COUNTY. 

Twenty-sixth brigade of infantry: 

Joseph A. Northrop, brigadier general, vice Trowbridge, resigned. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Twelfth regiment of cavalry: 

Archelaus G. Smith, surgeon's mate, with rank from February 17, 
1820. 

Ninety-fourth regiment of infantry: 

With rank from February 17, 1820 — Lewis W. Beecher, captain; 
Elisha Powell, junior, ensign; Pyrum B. Ripley, ensign; Gurden 
Nowlen, captain. 

Nineteenth regiment of artillery: 

First lieutenants — Joel Stearns, junior, with rank from February 
17, 1820; James P. Bartle, with like rank (the former commissions 
to Aurelius G. Smith, Lewis W. Wheeler, Elisha Powell, Hiram B. 
Ripley, Gardner Nowlen, Joel Stearns and James B. Bartle, being 
issued by mistake, the names being incorrectly stated). 



1820. 



2204 Annual Report of the 

1S20. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Second regiment of riflemen: 

Henry A. Williams, major. 

George Campbell, captain, vice Williams, promoted; Horace Fisk, 
lieutenant, vice Campbell, promoted; Augustus Cuyler, ensign, vice 
Fisk, promoted. 

SCHENECTADY COUNTY. 

First regiment of artillery: 

Levi C. Aylworth, second lieutenant, the former commission being 
issued by mistake to Levi Aylworth. 

ULSTER COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Thirtieth regiment of infantry: 
Leonard Hardenbergh, junior, lieutenant colonel, vice Bevier, 
declining; Charles Cushney, major, vice Hardenbergh, promoted. 

Ensigns — George F. Hume, vice Davis, declining; Andrew 
Schoonmaker, vice Burke, declining. 

One Hundred and Thirty-first regiment of infantry: 
Edmund Masten, lieutenant, vice Van Beuren, promoted; Jere- 
miah I. Dubois, ensign. 

GREENE COUNTY. 

juno Thirty-seventh brigade of infantry : 

Addison Porter, brigade major and inspector, vice Spencer, 
promoted. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Second division of infantry: 

Campbell P. White, judge advocate, vice Griswold, declining. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Second regiment of riflemen : 

John Taylor, junior, captain, with rank from March 27, 1819. 



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State Historian. 2205 

Eighty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Chauncey Whitney, captain, vice Esleeck, transferred; Richard 
Varick DeWitt, lieutenant, vice Whitney, promoted; Gansevoort 
Quackenbush, lieutenant, vice Campbell, promoted; Addison Man- 
dell, ensign, vice DeWitt, promoted. 

One Hundred and Thirty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Francis Lansing, major. 

Isaac Valance, captain, vice Lansing, promoted; Jacob T. Lansing, 
lieutenant, vice Valance, promoted; John A. Van Olinda, ensign, 
vice Lansing, promoted. 

Andrew D. Lansing, captain, vice Enos, resigned; William W. 
Groesbeeck, lieutenant, vice Lansing, promoted. 

Ensigns — Abraham Schuyler, vice Groesbeeck, promoted; John 
Smith, vice Shaw, declining to accept; Gilbert J. Van Zandt. 

Second regiment of riflemen: 

Jacob Fredenryck, ensign, vice Dunn, promoted. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fifty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Jesse H. Mead, adjutant, vice Mowris, promoted; George M. 
Sharpe, quartermaster, vice Slosson, resigned; Amatus Robbins,. 
surgeon's mate, vice Joslin, moved. 

Peter Van Alstyne, captain, vice Defreest, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Evert Wendell, vice Van Alstyne, promoted; Wil- 
liam T. Madill, vice Morey, promoted. 

Ensigns — Samuel McGoodwin, vice Madill, promoted; John 
Defreest, vice Wendell, promoted; John Peck. 

Forty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Captains — Simon VanderCook, junior, vice Storm, moved; Joseph 
Brown, vice Downing, resigned; Samuel Ruste, vice Davis, moved; 
Derick J. Van Vechten, vice Groesbeeck, resigned. 



1820. 



1820. 



2206 Annual Report of the 

Lieutenants — Thomas Follett, vice VanderCook, junior, pro- 
moted: Archibald Groff, vice Brown, promoted; Nathan T. Sly, vice 
Ruste, promoted; William Weyley, vice Van Vechten, promoted. 

Ensigns — William C. Follett, Samuel Hafford, William J. Baucus 
(Bacus). 

Philip Van Ness Smith, lieutenant in a company of riflemen, vice 
Blass, declining to accept. 

Forty-third regiment of infantry: 

Martinus Lansingh, ensign, vice Rector, promoted. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Eighty-second regiment of infantry : 

Captains — Meigs D. Benjamin, vice McGregor; John R. Hedley, 
vice Shefflein, moved; Micajah Reynolds, vice Heyer, resigned; 
Joseph Blunt, vice Smith, moved; John W. Timpson, vice Pinckney, 
resigned; Gabriel H. Carrol, vice Blunt, adjutant. 

Lieutenants — Clarence Sackett, vice Benjamin, promoted; Thomas 
Fessenden, vice Hedley, promoted; Richard L. Schieffelin, vice Rey- 
nolds, promoted; Alonzo Wakeman, vice Blunt, promoted; Daniel 
Sickles, vice Timpson, promoted; George S. Puffer, vice Bogert, 
moved; Henry P. Ferris, vice Buckmaster, cashiered. 

Ensigns — Edwin Clark, vice Carrol, promoted; Henry A. Fay, 
vice Sackett, promoted; Edward Van Ness, vice Fessenden, pro- 
moted; Daniel Glover, vice Schieffelin, promoted; Anthony Carrol, 
vice Wakeman, promoted. 

Ninety-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Lieutenants — Frederick B. Lang, vice Irving, resigned; Isaac T. 
Mott. vice Hunter, resigned; John B. Bleecker. 

Ensigns — William Lang, junior, vice Lord, promoted; Edward 
Mat • . vice Johnson, promoted. 



State Historian. 2207 

One Hundred and Twenty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Captains — Henry M. Western, vice Buckley, resigned; Elijah 
Paine, vice Williams, resigned; Mathew C. Paterson, vice Western, 
incapable of executing the duties, being on the limits, etc., and there- 
fore superseded. 

Lieutenants — Dudley Selden, vice Western, promoted; Walter R. 
Jones, vice Paine, promoted. 

Ensigns — Aaron H. Palmer, vice Selden, promoted; Frederick 
Fairlie, vice Jones, promoted; Robert L. Wilson; Benjamin T. P. 
Tibbetts. 

DUTCHESS COUNTY. 

Fourth regiment of cavalry: 

Ephraim Herrick, junior, second lieutenant, with rank from Feb- 
ruary 17, 1820 (having been appointed by the name of Ephraim 
Haight, junior, by mistake). 

CAYUGA COUNTY. 

Eighteenth regiment of artillery: 

Abraham Kennedy, first lieutenant, with rank from February 17, 
1820 (having been appointed by the name of Andrew Kennedy by 
mistake). 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Third division of infantry: 

James J. Jones, division inspector. 

Tenth regiment of infantry: 

Benjamin U. Coles, lieutenant colonel, vice Gerard, resigned. 

Captains — Abraham Tucker, vice Atterbury, resigned; Israel Rob- 
inson (light infantry), vice Hunter, moved. 

Lieutenants — Medad Piatt, vice Tucker, promoted; Daniel G. 
Gautier (light infantry), vice Robinson, promoted. 



1820. 



1820. 



2208 Annual Report of the 

Ensigns — Sidney A. Holly, vice Betts, declining to accept; Wil- 
liam Dumont, vice Lloyd, promoted. 

Fifty-first regiment of infantry: 

Tames Brooks, captain, vice Dixon, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Edward N. Duryee, vice Payne, resigned; Erastus 
Goodwin, vice Brooks, promoted; John E. Rich, vice Slosson, 
resigned; Theodore M. Moore, with rank from July 8, 1819; John E. 
Rich, with rank from February 17, 1820. 

Ensigns — Gideon Fountain, vice Duryee, promoted; Burr Wake- 
man, vice Goodwin, promoted; Philander White, vice Rich, pro- 
moted; Edmund P. Gallagher; Frederick Griswold. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Second regiment of riflemen: 

James Dunn, lieutenant, vice Gibbons, resigned. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Forty-fourth brigade of infantry : 

Richard Oakley, aid de camp to brigadier general, with rank from 
July 8, 1819; Lewis R. Marsh, brigade paymaster, vice Casey, 
moved; James Schoonmaker, brigade quartermaster, vice Bissett, 
resigned. 

RICHMOND COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Forty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Captains — William Corson, vice Merrill, resigned; Joseph Sharrot, 
vice Martling, resigned. 

Lieutenants — David Van Name, vice Corson, promoted; Andrew 
Decker, vice Hilliker, resigned. 

Ensigns — Abraham Crocheron, vice Van Name, promoted; Cor- 
nelius Corson, vice Sharrot, promoted. 

Thirteenth regiment of artillery: 

William A. Dexter, first lieutenant, vice Crocheron, deceased; 
John Johnson, junior, second lieutenant. 



State Historian. 2209 

new york county. 

Eighty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Jeremiah Van Rensselaer, surgeon's mate, vice Kissam, resigned. 

Captains — Charles W. Sandford, vice Thomson, resigned; Wil- 
liam H. Harison, vice Kemble, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Henry B. Van Amringe, vice Sandford, promoted; 
Edward Bement, vice Harison, promoted. 

Ensigns — Charles McEvers, junior, vice Van Amringe, promoted; 
Elbert J. Anderson, vice Bement, promoted. 

One Hundred and Sixth regiment of infantry: 

Luther P. Sargeant, captain, vice Ditmis, resigned; Melancton S. 
Swartwout, lieutenant, vice Sargeant, promoted; Gustavus Abeel, 
ensign, vice Swartwout, promoted; Cornelius P. McElwain, ensign, 
vice Bowne, promoted. 

One Hundred and Fifteenth regiment of infantry: 

George Cleveland, lieutenant, vice Fountain, promoted; William 
W. Cowan, ensign, vice Cleveland, promoted. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

Twentieth regiment of infantry: 

Norman Gridley, ensign, vice Robertson, moved. 

CORTLAND COUNTY. 

Thirty-sixth brigade of infantry: 

Samuel G. Hatheway, brigadier general, vice Phelps, promoted. 

One Hundred and Twenty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Robert Watson, colonel, vice Hatheway, promoted; Samuel Buel, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Watson, promoted; John L. Boyd, major, 
vice Buel, promoted; Oliver P. Raymond, surgeon's mate, vice Bur- 
nam, moved. 

Bethuel Harvey, captain, vice Boyd, promoted; Jonathan Hull, 

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1820. 



1S20. 



2210 Annual Report of the 

lieutenant, vice Harvey, promoted: Cokeley Beebe, ensign, vice 
Hull, promoted; Adin Durkee, ensign, vice Bingham, resigned. 

Fifty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Eleazer May, colonel, vice Dickson, resigned; Roswell Randall, 
lieutenant colonel, vice May, promoted; Lizur B. Canfield, major, 
vice Randall, promoted. 

Harrison Bishop, captain, vice Canfield, promoted. 

Lieutenants — Miles Morgan, vice Bishop, promoted:' Henry 
Stephens. 

Ensigns — Truman McNiel, vice Morgan, promoted; Fredus How- 
ard, vice Howard, promoted; David Campbell, vice Stephens, 
promoted. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fifty-fifth regiment of infantry: 
Thomas Turner, junior, major, vice Barringer, resigned. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Sixth regiment of artillery: 

Jesse Wood, first lieutenant, vice Isaac Downs, declined; James 
Henderson, second lieutenant. 

WARREN COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Twenty-first regiment of infantry: 
Grenadiers — Benjamin Ogden, captain; Alva B. Pitcher, lieuten- 
tenant; Alonzo Morgan, ensign. 

GREENE COUNTY. 

Sixth regiment of infantry: 

Bartholomew Gedney, lieutenant colonel, vice Groom, deceased; 
Anthony C. Houghtailing, major, vice Gedney, promoted. 

William Requa, captain, vice Houghtailing, promoted; Anthony 
M. Van Bergen, lieutenant, vice Requa, promoted; Andrew T. Van 
Slyck, ensign, vice Van Bergen, promoted. 



State Historian-. 221 i 

One Hundred and Sixteenth regiment of infantry: 
Havillah Blakeslee, quartermaster. 

Lieutenants — Alanson Saxton, vice Fuller, moved; John Lara- 
way, vice Weeks, moved. 

Ensigns — Albert Parsons, Andrew Decker, John Munson, John 

Rice. 

Thirty-seventh brigade of infantry: 
Hiram Carter, brigade judge advocate. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

Eighth regiment of infantry: 

Isaac Woodin, junior, captain, with rank from February 17, 1820, 
being heretofore appointed without junior by mistake. 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

Sixteenth regiment of cavalry: 

David S. Conkey, captain; Reuben Thayer, first lieutenant; 
Nathaniel Vosburgh, second lieutenant; Stephen W. Standart, 
cornet. 

TOMPKINS COUNTY. 

Eighteenth regiment of artillery: 

New company — James J. Brinckerhoof, captain; Justus Pennoyer, 
first lieutenant; Joseph S. Hart, second lieutenant. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Tenth regiment of cavalry: 

Asa R. Swift, captain, vice A. Lilly, resigned; George Smith, first 
lieutenant, vice Jessup, resigned; William T. Hussey, second lieu- 
tenant, vice Swift, promoted; Harry S. Moore, cornet. 

One Hundred and Third regiment of infantry: 

William Cornwell, junior, colonel, vice Lee, resigned; William 
Shattuck, lieutenant colonel, vice Arnold, resigned. 



1820. 



1820. 



2212 Annual Report of the 

genesee county. 
One Hundred and Sixty-fourth regiment of infantry: 
William Davis, adjutant. 

Joseph Shaw, lieutenant; Hezekiah B. Pierpont, ensign. 
Moses Beecher, captain; Robert B. Betts, lieutenant; Charles C. 
Church, ensign. 

One Hundred and Sixty-first regiment: 
Jeremiah J. R. Smith, major. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

Sixth regiment of cavalry: 

Stephen Barrit, first lieutenant, vice Hotchkiss, moved; Clark 
Green, second lieutenant, vice Johnson, moved; Chester M. Clark, 
cornet, vice Loomis, moved. 

One Hundred and Thirty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Lieutenants — Gift Hitchcock; Morris Wilcox, vice R. Wilcox, 
resigned. 

Ensigns — William Webb, vice Wilcox, promoted; Adam Bow- 
man (rank from April 24, 1818), vice Hitchcock, promoted; Andrew 
C. Bettis, vice Shaw, resigned. 

OTSEGO COUNTY. 

Twelfth regiment of artillery: 

John Woodbury, colonel, vice Chase, appointed sheriff; George S. 
Crafts, lieutenant colonel, vice Woodbury, promoted. 

Captains — Nicholas Cheesebrough, vice Houghton, resigned; 
Jacob Edson, vice Bates, resigned. 

First lieutenants — John Waterman, junior, vice Crippin, resigned; 
Ira Wheeler, vice Graves, declining; Oris Adams, vice Orren 
Adams, resigned. 

Si cond lieutenants — Joshua J. Bigelow, vice Cheesebrough, pro- 
moted; fared Ingalls, vice Thurber, declined. 



State Historian. 2213 

orange county. 
Third brigade of cavalry: 
Lewis D. Lockwood, paymaster. 

PUTNAM COUNTY. 

Thirty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Isaac Candy, junior, ensign, vice Beach, moved. 

DUTCHESS COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Forty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

John C. Van Wyck, captain, vice Van Voorhis, resigned; John 

Smith, lieutenant, vice Thurston, resigned; Robert H. Brinckerhoff, 

ensign, vice Van Wyck, promoted. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Eighty-ninth regiment of infantry: 
Richard J. Treat, ensign, vice Bull, moved. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Twenty-second regiment of infantry: 
Joshua Nichols, ensign of light infantry. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Division of artillery: 

Peter H. Schenck, quartermaster, vice Benson, resigned; John 
Watts, hospital surgeon. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Company of horse artillery (in Major Levi) Love's battalion, in 
the county of Madison, commanded by (Captain) David Beecher: 

Earnhardt Nellis, second lieutenant, vice Carey, moved; Simeon 
Olcott, cornet, vice Mills, promoted. 

Thirty-fifth brigade of infantry: 

Edward Rogers, judge advocate, vice (William K.) Fuller; Jona- 
than L. Woods, paymaster. 



1820. 



1820. 



2214 Annual Report of the 

Seventy-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Reuben Hawley, adjutant, vice Morse, promoted; Young Lewis, 
paymaster, vice Hawley, promoted. 

Lieutenants — Roswell Barnes, junior, vice Briggs, moved; David 
M. Beach, vice Beebe, moved. 

Ensigns — -John Chapman, vice Hale, moved; Joseph Palmer, 
third, vice A. H. Palmer, promoted; Moses Hall, junior, vice Beach, 
promoted. 

Fifteenth regiment of artillery: 

Abraham Payne, captain, vice Wilber, resigned; James S. Bly, 
first lieutenant, vice Payne, promoted; Marshall Downing, second 
lieutenant, vice Bly, promoted; Daniel B. Allen, first lieutenant, 
vice Othout, promoted; David Baker, second lieutenant, vice Allen, 
promoted. 

OTSEGO COUNTY. 

Second regiment of infantry : 

Ephraim Thayer, captain, vice Wood, resigned; Job Irons, lieu- 
tenant, vice Thayer, promoted; Jacob Gates, ensign, vice Irons, 
promoted. 

CAYUGA COUNTY. 

Seventh brigade of infantry: 

John H. Hardenburgh, paymaster, vice Brinckerhoff, promoted. 
One Hundred and Ninth regiment of infantry: 
Charles C. P"ord, surgeon's mate, vice Chs. E. Ford, returned by 
mistake. 

SARATOGA COUNTY. 

Twenty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Abraham Sleazer, captain, vice Smith, resigned; Henry J. Trivet, 
lieutenant, vice Sleazer, promoted; Uriah Veeder, ensign, vice Bell, 
moved. 



State Historian. 2215 

1820. 

Ninth brigade of infantry: 

David Gordon, brigadier general, vice Gates, resigned. 

Forty-first regiment of infantry: 

James Davis, captain, vice Eddy, resigned; Benjamin Crawford, 
lieutenant, vice Davis, promoted; Samuel S. Wakeman, ensign, vice 
Crawford, promoted. 

First regiment of artillery: 

John B. Turner, second, lieutenant, vice Newell, moved. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Seventh regiment of cavalry: 

Benjamin Wing, junior, lieutenant colonel; Bethuel Peck, 
surgeon. 

COLUMBIA COUNTY. 

Seventy-third regiment of infantry: 
William Bailey, paymaster. 

DUTCHESS COUNTY. 

Company of horse artillery organized in Dutchess county: 
Francis Losee, captain; Andrew Buck, first lieutenant; Jonathan 
G. Vincent, second lieutenant; Samuel Anan, cornet. 

ULSTER COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Thirty-first regiment of infantry: 
Andrew Wolven, junior, ensign. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Ninety-second regiment of infantry: 
Jeremiah T. Landt, lieutenant; Abraham Waggoner, ensign, vice 
J. Waggoner, declined. 

Twenty-seventh regiment of infantry: 
John Dederick, ensign. 



1820. 



2216 Annual Report of the 

Fortieth regiment of infantry: 

Charles Boss, captain, vice Kingsbury, moved; Milton Hough, 
lieutenant, vice Boss, promoted. 

STEUBEN COUNTY. 

Battalion of infantry in the county of Steuben commanded by 
Lieutenant Colonel Archa Campbell : 

Samuel Cobb, captain, vice Sharp, deceased; Abel Spalding, lieu- 
tenant: William Steward, ensign. 

Ninety-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Eden Parmenter, ensign of riflemen. 

New company — Obadiah Wheeler, captain; Thomas Sanford, 
junior, lieutenant; Noah Griffith, ensign. 

Elijah Reed, ensign; Joseph Reed, lieutenant (being formerly 
returned for captain by mistake); Joel Raymond, ensign (being for- 
merly returned for lieutenant by mistake). 

Battalion of infantry in Steuben county lately commanded by 
Lieutenant Colonel Christopher Tomer: 

Theodore Brown, lieutenant colonel, vice Tomer, moved; Augus- 
tus Tyler, major, vice Brown, promoted. 

Seth Weed, captain, vice Tyler, promoted. 

Tenth regiment of cavalry: 

New company — Moses H. Lyon, captain;- Thomas Matthews, first 
lieutenant: William Bagnell, second lieutenant; Abijah Youmans, 
cornet. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Sixteenth brigade of infantry: 

Ephraim W. Clapp, inspector in the room of William Mcrarland, 
who is hereby superseded. 

BROOME COUNTY. 

Forty-first brigade: 

Anson Camp, brigadier general, vice Laning, deceased. 



State Historian. 2217 

albany county. 
Eighty-ninth regiment : 
John S. Smith, ensign, vice Quackenbush, promoted. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fifty-seventh regiment of infantry: 
David Martin, paymaster, vice Hartwell, declined. 
Ensigns — Willard White, vice Martin, promoted; Richard Hamil- 
ton, vice Robinson, moved; Abner D. Felton, vice Dow, moved. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Ninth division of infantry : 

William Yates, aid to the (major) general, vice Turner, promoted. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Seventeenth division of infantry: 

Jonathan D. Ledyard, inspector; Jonas Fay, hospital surgeon; 
William K. Fuller and Samuel W. Osgood, aids to the major 
general. 

CHENANGO COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fifth regiment of infantry: 

Lewis Lothrop, adjutant; Eleazer Brown, quartermaster; John 
Noyes, junior, paymaster. 

Charles York, captain, vice Nobles, resigned; William Ransford, 
lieutenant, vice Williams, resigned; David Oviatt, ensign, vice Wil- 
cox, resigned; William Arnold, ensign, vice Westcott, moved; 
Lorenzo Hatch, lieutenant, vice Graves, moved; Oliver Ray, ensign, 
vice Oliver Kay, returned by mistake. 

One Hundred and Ninetieth regiment of infantry: 

Cleb G. Hall, surgeon, vice Harris, declining. 

NIAGARA COUNTY. 

Fifth brigade of infantry: 

Parkhurst Whitney, brigadier general, vice Warren, resigned. 



1820. 



1820. 



22 18 Annual Report of the 

rensselaer county. 

Forty-third regiment of infantry: 

William Gordon, ensign, vice Spencer, moved. 

ONONDAGA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Forty-seventh regiment of infantry: 
Amos P. Granger, colonel, vice Thayer, cashiered. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Third regiment of cavalry: 

New troop — Volkert P. Douw, captain; John Schuyler, junior, 
second lieutenant; Rensselaer Van Rensselaer, cornet. 

DUTCHESS COUNTY. 

Seventh division of infantry : 

Thomas L. Davis, inspector, vice Rudd, deceased; Nathaniel P. 
Tallmadge, judge advocate, vice Oakley, declining; John Armstrong, 
junior, paymaster, vice Wheeler, declining. 

Twentieth brigade of infantry: 

Walter Cunningham, brigade inspector; James Hooker, brigade 
judge advocate; Albert Cocks, brigade paymaster. 

STEUBEN COUNTY. 

Eighty-first regiment of infantry: 

Friend Curtis, lieutenant; Daniel W. Sunderland, ensign. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Fiftieth regiment of infantry: 
Simon Pratt, lieutenant, vice Todd, moved. 
Ensigns — Ebenezer I >unn, vice Patent, moved; Abiatha Woodard, 
vice Hewett, moved; John Steel, vice Safford. 



State Historian. 2219 

1820. 
NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Third division of infantry: 

Edward W. Laight, major general, vice Steddiford, deceased, with 
rank from March 27, 1819. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Third regiment of cavalry: 

John C. Schuyler, second, lieutenant (instead of John Schuyler, 
junior, by mistake). 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Eighty-second regiment of infantry: 

Light Infantry — Meigs D. Benjamin, captain; William M. Ben- 
jamin, lieutenant. 
Militia of this State: 
Campbell P. White, paymaster general; William Bayard, junior, im 

November 

quartermaster general. 

Third brigade of infantry: 

Lemuel Smith, judge advocate. 

Second division of infantry: 

Charles G. Haines, judge advocate. 

Division of artillery: 

Cyrus Perkins, hospital surgeon, vice Watts, declining. 

Tenth brigade of infantry: 

Benjamin Moore, brigade major and inspector, vice Jones, pro- 
moted; Philander B. Penny, quartermaster, vice Moore, promoted; 
Egbert Ward, paymaster; James E. DeKay, assistant hospital sur- 
geon; James I. Jones, a lieutenant colonel. 

Eighty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

George S. Doughty, lieutenant colonel, vice Chester, promoted; 
M. D. (Marmaduke) Waud, major, vice Doughty, promoted; Jere- 



1820. 



2220 Annual Report of the 

miah Van Rensselaer, surgeon, vice Moore, promoted; James M. 
Pendleton, surgeon's mate, vice Van Rensselaer, promoted. 

Captains — Ogden Hammond, vice Popham, resigned; Henry 
Hone, vice Bruen, resigned; James Giffing, vice DePeyster, abroad; 
George Turnbull, junior, vice Kortright, adjutant. 

Lieutenants — Charles Starr, vice Hone, promoted; George Jones, 
vice Giffing, promoted; James A'. C. Morris, vice Turnbull, pro- 
moted: John W. Brown, vice Ogden, resigned; Elbert J. Anderson, 
vice Lewis, resigned; Charles McEvers, junior, vice Babcock, re- 
signed; Edward McGarrahan, vice Van Amringe, resigned; William 
U. Titus, vice Bement, resigned. 

Ensigns — Stevenson Murgatroyd, vice Starr, promoted; Edward 
Bullus, vice Jones, promoted; John H. Giffing, vice Morris, pro- 
moted. 

One Hundred and Sixth regiment of infantry: 

Charles Keeler, colonel, vice Fleming, promoted; Egbert Van 
Beuren, lieutenant colonel, vice Keeler, promoted; George W. 
Dunscomb, major, vice Van Beuren, promoted. 

Captains — Benjamin Moore; James J. Tredwell; William B. Ire- 
land; Samuel L. Mitchill, junior, vice Robertson, resigned; Peter 
C. Bowne, vice Casey, moved; James La Tourette, vice Day, 

:gned. 

Lieutenants — Gustavus Abeel, vice Tredwell, promoted; Cornelius 
P. McElwain, vice Moore, promoted; Enos W. Johnson, vice Ire- 
land, promoted; Caleb Barstow, vice Mitchill, promoted; Thomas 
S. Hedley, vice Bowne, promoted; Oliver H. Olden, junior, vice 
Tourette, promoted. 

Ensigns — George C. DeKay, vice Abeel, promoted; Matthew 
Keeler. vice McElwain, promoted; James Johnstone; Charles Ewing. 



Statk Historian. 2221 

One Hundred and Fifteenth regiment of infantry: 

Martinus Schoonmaker, captain, vice Bloomfield, moved. 

Lieutenants — Jacob Townsend, vice Schoonmaker, promoted; 
Benjamin H. Folger, vice Townsend, adjutant. 

Ensigns — George T. Burrill, vice Folger, promoted; Thomas 
Barrow. 

Third brigade of infantry: 

Gilbert S. Mount, brigadier general, vice Blackwell, resigned; 
Caleb S. Woodhull, brigade major and inspector, vice Christie, 
resigned. 

Tenth regiment of infantry: 

Luther Clark, quartermaster, vice Hagadorn, moved; John 
Brunn, ensign, vice Piatt, promoted. 

Light Infantry — Daniel G. Gautier, captain; William Tuthill, 
first lieutenant; Peter Conrey, junior, second lieutenant; Herculus 
H. Jones, ensign. 

Fifty-first regiment: 

Captains — Theodore M. Moore, vice Brown, resigned; Jotham 
W. Post, vice Ainslie, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Burr Wakman, vice Moore, promoted; Edmund P. 
Gallaher, vice Cheeseborough, deceased; Philander White, vice 
Post, promoted; Frederick Griswold. 

Ensigns — William B. Ballow, vice Wakman, promoted; Aaron 
Dikeman, vice Gallaher, promoted; Edwin Bergh, vice White, pro- 
moted. 

Light Infantry — William Burtis, captain; Runyan W. Martin, 
lieutenant; Allen M. Sniffen, ensign. 

One Hundred and Forty-second regiment of infantry- 
Victor B. Waldron, paymaster, vice DeRussy, promoted. 



1820. 



1820. 



2222 Annual Report of the 

Captains — Charles W. Smith, vice D'Wolf, resigned; Isaac 
Adriance, vice Sidell, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Samuel F. Clarkson, vice Smith, promoted; Aquila 
G. Stout, vice Adriance, promoted; George S. Rogers, vice Waldron, 
paymaster; Robert Gracie, lieutenant and quartermaster, vice Brunt, 
declining. 

Ensigns — William Britt, vice Clarkson, promoted; William Iron- 
sides, vice Stout, promoted; Charles Thibault, vice Rogers, pro- 
moted; Daniel Ewen, vice Gracie, promoted; John T. Gilchrist; 
Harris Scovill; James Lyons. 

First brigade of artillery: 

Horse artillery — John Cowan, captain; Henry Durell, first lieu- 
tenant; John Ouin, second lieutenant; William B. Johnson, cornet. 

Second division of infantry: 

William Gracie, inspector; Charles Mapes, quartermaster; David 
C. Colden, paymaster. 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

Seventh regiment of artillery: 

David Scott, captain; Elijah Piatt, first lieutenant; Timothy Fitch, 
second lieutenant. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Fifth division of infantry: 

James Butterworth, quartermaster, vice Lavvson, resigned. 

SCHENECTADY COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Eighty-eighth regiment of infantry: 
Brittan B. Tallman, adjutant, vice (Ira) Avery, resigned. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

Lieutenant Colonel William Hammond's battalion of light 
infantrv : 



State Historian. 2223 

1820. 
George C. Van Wart, paymaster; Joseph Merritt, lieutenant; 
Abraham Devoe, ensign. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Third regiment of cavalry: 

Wooster Brookins, lieutenant colonel, vice Thorn, resigned. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Christopher Vought, major, vice Brookins, promoted. 

John Thornton, captain, vice Vought, promoted; John Stickles, 
first lieutenant, vice Thornton, promoted; Abraham Vought, second 
lieutenant, vice Stickles, promoted; Anson Eaton, cornet, vice 
Vought, promoted. 

ONONDAGA COUNTY. 

Eighteenth division of infantry: 

Thaddeus M. Wood, major general, vice Ellis, deceased. 

NIAGARA COUNTY. 

Twelfth regiment of cavalry: 

Samuel Mapes, captain; John Lewis, first lieutenant; James M. 
Christopher, second lieutenant; Nathan Durfee, cornet. 

BROOME COUNTY. 

Forty-first brigade of infantry: 
Amasa Dana, brigade judge advocate. 

TIOGA COUNTY. 

Eighteenth brigade of infantry: 

George K. Hall, brigade judge advocate. 

OSWEGO COUNTY. 

Forty-eighth brigade of infantry: 
James F. Wight, brigade judge advocate. 



1820. 



2224 Annual Report of the 

westchester county. 

Fifteenth brigade of infantry: 

Nathaniel Montross, brigadier general, vice Van Cortlandt, pro- 
moted. 

One Hundred and Thirty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Aaron Brown, colonel, vice Montross, promoted; Lewis Brown, 
lieutenant colonel, vice A. Brown, promoted; Absalom Lent, major, 
vice L. Brown, promoted. 

OSWEGO COUNTY. 

Forty-eighth brigade of infantry: 

Robert Gillespie, brigadier general, vice James Adams, moved 
out of the county and therefore superseded. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Thirty-ninth regiment of infantry: 
Peter Goetschius, junior, captain, vice Lent, promoted; Peter 
Corne Dyckman, lieutenant, vice Goetschius, promoted. 

SCHOHARIE COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Thirteenth regiment of infantry: 
Robert Eldridge, paymaster. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Fifth regiment of artillery (with rank from July i, 1820): 

James Gibbons, junior, captain; Isaac Denniston, junior, first lieu- 
tenant; Francis J. Bradt, second lieutenant. 

Second regiment of riflemen: 

James I hum. captain: John \Y. Chapman, lieutenant; Henry 
Marvin, ensign. 

WESTCHKSTER COUNTY. 

Fourth division of infantry (Major General Pierre Van Court- 
landt's): 

Frederick I. Coffin, division judge advocate. 



State Historian. 2225 

new york county. 

Third division of infantry: 

Samuel W. Moore, hospital surgeon. 

Eighty-second regiment of infantry: 

William L. Morris, major, vice Sprong, resigned. 

Captains — George Reynolds, vice Fleming, resigned; Clarence 
Sackett, vice McGregor, resigned; Thomas Fessenden, vice Henry, 
resigned; Richard L. Schieffelin. 

Lieutenants — Henry Kauffman, vice Reynolds, promoted; An- 
thony Carroll, vice Sackett, promoted; Charles Bogert, vice Fessen- 
den, promoted; Daniel Glover, vice Schieffelin, promoted; Henry A. 
Fay, vice Wakeman, promoted; Edward Van Ness, vice Sickles, 
promoted. 

Ensigns — William M. Benjamin, with rank from June 3, 1820, vice 
Kaufrman, promoted; Edward Graves, vice Carroll, promoted; 
James Davidson Swords, vice Bogert, promoted; Edward G. Faile, 
vice Glover. 

Ninety-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Peter Van Brugh Livingston, lieutenant colonel, vice McClure, 
resigned; Frederick William Rhinelander, major, vice Livingston, 
promoted. 

Captains — John L. Mason, vice Pyke, deceased; William Doug- 
las, vice Bucknor, resigned; William Cooper, vice Pendleton, re- 
signed; Nicholas Roosevelt, vice Foster, absent in Europe and 
therefore superseded; Leonard W. Kip, vice Morris, promoted. 

Lieutenants — Anthony Bleecker Neilson, vice Mason, promoted; 

John H. Watson, vice Douglas, promoted; Edward Macomber, vice 

Cooper, promoted; William Lang, junior, vice Roosevelt, promoted; 

William Ferdinand Cary, vice Foster, in Europe without furlough 

140 



1 . 



1S20. 



2226 Annual Report of the 

and therefore superseded; Edmund Morton, vice Hone, resigned; 
William Betts, vice Mott, resigned. 

Ensigns — Henry Munro, vice Bleecker, promoted; John Pierson, 
vice Neilson, promoted. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

Fifteenth regiment of cavalry: 

Cone Andrus, captain; Benjamin Clark, first lieutenant; Hiram 
Lawrence, second lieutenant; Joseph Wood, cornet. 

CLINTON COUNTY. 

Ephraim Buck, paymaster, vice Wood, resigned. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Twenty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Hendrick Booraem, lieutenant colonel, vice Patterson, resigned; 
Albert Chrystie, major, vice Booraem, promoted. 

Lieutenants — Charles Manning, with rank from June 3, 1820; 
Edward A. Xicoll, vice Seldon, promoted. 

Ensigns — Charles Minton, vice Xicoll, promoted; Edward 
Mitchell, vice Manning, promoted; John Mortimer Catlin; Gabriel 
Augustus Ludlow, vice Wilson, promoted. 

CORTLAND COUNTY. 

Nineteenth division of infantry (Major General Martin Phelps): 
Stephen Mack, division judge advocate. 

TIOGA COUNTY. 

Twentieth division of infantry (Major General Matthew Car- 
penter): 

George C. Edwards, division judge advocate. 



State Historian. 2227 

new york county. 

One Hundred and Ninety-seventh regiment of infantry: 

A new regiment — Henry B. Hagerman, colonel; Hugh Maxwell, 
lieutenant colonel; Leffert Lefferts, junior, major. 

Captains — William B. Clarkson, John B. Skillman, Daniel Lord, 
junior, James Carleton Hale, William Samuel Johnson, junior, 
Alonzo Wakeman, Daniel Sickles, Dudley Selden. 

Lieutenants — Robert L. Wilson, Edwin Clark. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fiftieth regiment of infantry : 

A new company — Teunis Houghtaling, captain, light infantry: 
Peter Bronck, lieutenant of do, with rank from the date of their 
brevets. 

ULSTER COUNTY. 

Sixth division of infantry: 

Charles H. Ruggles, division judge advocate, with rank from 
June 22, 1 81 8. 

ESSEX COUNTY. 

Ninth regiment of infantry: 

William S. Deall, adjutant, vice Genison, moved out of the State 
and therefore superseded. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Second regiment of riflemen: 

Jacob Fredenrich, lieutenant; William R. Hills, ensign. 



1821. 



The regular session of the legislature began January 9, 1821. 
Mr. Ulshoeffer, from the select committee, to whom was referred 
the objections of the Council of Revision to the constitutional con- 
vention bill, submitted a report which closed in these words: 



1821. 



222S Annual Report of the 

" In every view, then, which your committee can take of this 
subject they consider the objections of the Council as themselves 
inconsistent with the spirit of the constitution, and in no respect well 
founded; and they are also of the opinion that the said bill entitled 
'An act recommending a convention of the people of this state,' 
ought, notwithstanding the objections of the Council of Revision, 
to be passed into a law." 

The report with the bill was laid upon the table. Mr. John C. 
Spencer gave notice that he would on some future day ask leave to 
introduce a bill to be entitled "An act to obtain the authority of the 
people of this state for the meeting of a convention to revise the 
constitution and to provide for the election of delegates to such 
convention when authorized to be held." 

The following day, January ioth, Mr. Spencer introduced the 
bill, which on the following Monday, having been read the second 
time, was referred to a committee, consisting of Mr. Michael 
Ulshoeffer of New York, Mr. John C. Spencer of Ontario, Mr. Wil- 
liam Thompson of Seneca, Mr. Simeon Ford of Herkimer* and 
Mr. Erastus Root of Delaware. The bid having passed the assem- 
bly, met with but slight opposition in the senate, and having been 
engrossed, was sent on March 7th to the Council of Revision, which 
approved it. 

Substantially, the bill provided that at the annual election to be 
held on the last Tuesday in April, the citizens of the state should 
vote upon the question of " convention " or " no convention," the 

afht of suffrage being restricted to all male citizens of the state 
of the age of twenty-one years or upwards possessing a freehold 
" or who shall have been actually rated and paid taxes to the state 
or who shall have been actually enrolled in the militia of the state 
or in a legal volunteer or uniform corps and shall have served 



State Historian. 2229 

therein cither as an officer or private or who shall have been or 
now are by law exempt from taxation or militia duty or who shall 
have been assessed to work on public roads and highways and 
shall have worked thereon or shall have paid a commutation there- 
for according to law." 

The election was limited to three days. It was further provided 
that if a majority of the ballots indicated " no convention " all 
further proceedings under the act in relation to the calling of a 
convention should cease, but if a majority of the ballots or votes 
favored a " convention " the canvassers should certify and declare 
that a convention would be called accordingly. A copy of the cer- 
tificate should be then transmitted to the secretary of state, to the 
sheriffs of the respective counties, and it was " recommended to 
the citizens of this state on the third Tuesday of June next, to elect 
by ballot delegates to meet in convention, for the purpose of con- 
sidering the constitution of this state, and making such alterations 
in the same as they may deem proper and to provide the manner of 
making future amendments thereto." 

The number of delegates was limited to the number of members 
of assembly, and were to be chosen under the same qualifications. 
It was further provided that the delegates " shall meet in convention 
at the Capitol in the city of Albany on the last Tuesday of August 
next, from whence they may, if they think proper, adjourn to any 
other place." 

The proceedings and the determination and propositions of the 
convention were to be entered in the office of the secretary of state. 
It was to be the " duty of the said convention to submit their pro- 
posed amendments to the decision of the citizens of this state, enti- 
tled to vote under ' the Enabling act ' together or in distinct propo- 
sitions as shall to them seem expedient." 



1821. 



1321. 



2230 Annual Report of the 

The Council of Appointment began active operations on January 
1 2th. They signalized their advent to power by unrelenting slaugh- 
ter of Governor Clinton's friends in office. Archibald Mclntyre, 
who had held the office of comptroller from 1806 to 1821, was 
removed for no other reason than for his friendship for Governor 
Clinton; Thomas J. Oakley, attorney general, was sacrificed for the 
same reason and incidentally because of his Federalist proclivities. 
John Savage of Washington county succeeded Mr. Mclntyre, and 
Samuel A. Talcott of Utica, Mr. Oakley. Eleven writs of super- 
sedeas were ordered to be issued to as many Clinton sheriffs — the 
names of " Buck tails " being substituted. The Council carried 
their policy of guillotining official heads equally among military, 
judicial and civil departments. The removal of General Solomon 
\ an Rensselaer, the adjutant general, and the appointment of Wil- 
liam L. Marcy, produced a great wave of excitement and indignation 
among the survivors of the War of 1812. General Anthony Lamb 
of Xew York, the commissary general, made way for Alexander 
M. Muir of Xew York; Gilead Sperry, a colonel of Clinton county 
cavalry, was deprived of his command without cause. Cadwalader 
D. Colden gave way to Stephen Allen as mayor of Xew York, and 
Richard Riker succeeded Peter Augustus Jay as recorder. 

( lideon Hawley, the father of the common school system of the 
state, was removed from his position as superintendent of schools 
without any justification, and supplanted by Welcome Esleeck of 
Albany. The legislature promptly repudiated this appointment by 
passing a bill, which was introduced by General Erastus Root of 
Delaware, and which abolished the office of superintendent of 
schools and transferred its duties to the secretary of state. 



State Historian. 2231 



1821. 



ONONDAGA COUNTY. 



Twenty-seventh brigade of infantry: 1321. 

Jabish Castle, brigadier general, vice Wood, promoted. 

Eighteenth division of infantry: 

Simeon West, division quartermaster, vice Granger, promoted; 
Samuel Mott, division paymaster, vice West, promoted; Alvan 
Marsh, division judge advocate, vice Hall, declining; Samuel Por- 
ter, hospital surgeon. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Tenth brigade of infantry: 

William W. Tompkins, lieutenant colonel, with rank from No- 
vember io, 1820; William Geib, major, with rank from November 
10, 1820. 

Seventy-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Thomas L. Chester, colonel, with rank from November 10, 1820, 
vice Christian, promoted; Eber Wheaton, major, with like rank, 
vice Tompkins, promoted. 

Captains (with rank from November 10, 1820) — George Dixey, 
vice Mount, promoted; John A. Smith, vice Geib, promoted; James 
S. Clark, vice (Marmaduke) Waud, promoted (Major Eighty-fifth 
regiment); Peter L. Mabie, vice Wheaton, promoted; Zebulon W. 
Concklin, vice Smith, promoted; Adolphus Lane, vice Clark, pro- 
moted. 

Lieutenants (with rank from November 10, 1820) — Thomas Dug- 
gan, vice Dixey, promoted; Hay Stevenson, vice Mabie, promoted; 
Edwin Burr, vice Concklin, promoted; William Lowerre, vice Lane, 
promoted; George C. Satterlee, vice Webb, resigned. 

Ensigns (with rank from November 10, 1820) — Henry A. Oving- 
ton, vice Duggan, promoted; Samuel C. Brewster, vice Stevenson, 
promoted. 



1821. 



2232 . Annual Report of the 

One Hundred and Fifteenth regiment of infantry: 

Richard E. Mount, lieutenant colonel, with rank from November 
10, 1S20, vice Oakley, resigned; Robert G. L. DePeyster, major, 
with like rank, vice Ricketts, not qualified to discharge the duties 
of his commission. 

John Mount, junior, captain, vice DePeyster, promoted; Lodo- 
wick Fick, lieutenant, vice Mount, promoted. 

One Hundred and Sixth regiment of infantry: 

Tobias W. Bedell, captain, vice Bunce, resigned; Mathew Keeler, 
lieutenant, vice Bedell, promoted. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY. 

Fourth brigade of infantry (Brigadier General Clark Allen): 
Adriel Ely, brigade judge advocate, vice (Egbert) Ten Eyck, 
appointed first judge. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Thirty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Abraham A". P. Lansing, captain; Gilbert J. Van Zandt, lieuten- 
ant; Gulian V. P. Lansing, ensign. 

Light Infantry — Cornelius Schuyler, captain; David Morrison, 
lieutenant; Bleecker B. Lansing, ensign. 

■William G. Groesbeeck, lieutenant, with rank from June 3, 1820; 
Frederick Roff, ensign, vice Van Olinda, declining; George Freligh, 
ensign. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Third regiment of cavalry: 

John Hanker, captain, vice Follett, resigned: Martin M. Stover, 
first lieutenant, vice Yates, resigned; Christopher Snider, second 
lieutenant, yice Banker, promoted; Jesse L. Button, cornet. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

Fifteenth brigade of infantry: 
Jonathan I. Odell, quartermaster. 



State Historian. 2233 

1821. 

SARATOGA COUNTY. 
Sixty-third regiment of infantry: 

Riflemen — Edward Fitch, captain; Eli Granger, lieutenant; Theo- 
dore F. Comstock, ensign. 

Resolved, that Anthony Lamb be no longer commissary general irai. 

' ■' ° * ° February 

of this state, and that a supersedeas issue accordingly. 

Resolved, that Solomon Van Rensselaer be no longer adjutant 
general of this state, and that a supersedeas issue accordingly. 

Alexander M. Muir, commissary general of this state, vice 
Anthony Lamb, superseded. 

William L. Marcy, adjutant general of this state, vice Solomon 
Van Rensselaer, superseded. 

STEUBEN COUNTY. 

Twenty-fifth division of infantry: ^ai 

Andrews A. Norton, inspector; David Goodwin, quartermaster; 
Edward Bacon, paymaster. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Seventeenth division of infantry: 

William K. Fuller, inspector, vice J. D. Ledyard, declined; Simon 
G. Troop, paymaster; Israel Baldwin, quartermaster; Thomas Beek- 
man, aide-de-camp to the major general, vice Fuller, promoted. 

NIAGARA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Sixty-third regiment of infantry: 
William Howell, colonel, vice Parkhurst (Whitney), promoted 
(brigadier general), and Lieutenant Colonel (David) Porter and 
Major (James) Murray, resigned; Elijah Hathaway, lieutenant 
colonel; Charles Molleneux, major; Asahel Woodruff, adjutant, vice 
Chapman, promoted; Albert H. Porter, quartermaster, vice Kelsey, 
promoted; Albern H. Owen, paymaster, vice Townsend, moved. 



March 
17. 



1821. 



2234 ' Annual Report of the 

Captains — David Chapman, vice S. Chapman, resigned; Charles 
P. Kelsey, vice Dickerson, promoted; Hiram McNeil, vice William 
Howel, promoted; Henry Saxton, vice Molyneux, promoted; George 
Sheldon; Daniel Holmes (new company). 

Lieutenants — Eldad Field, vice Van Slike; Henry Danforth, vice 
McNeil, promoted; Atwatter Ives (new company); Timothy F. 
Upton, vice Sheldon, promoted; Andrew Sutherland, vice Saxton, 
promoted. 

Ensigns — John J. Beach; Aden Gay, vice Field, promoted; Elijah 
Chamberlin. vice Danforth, promoted; William Molyneux, vice 
Owen, promoted; David Kemp (new company); Luther Wilson. 

One Hundred and Seventieth regiment of infantry: 

Abner Currier, colonel, vice Blackmar, resigned; Josiah Emery, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Currier, promoted; Edward Pane, adjutant, 
vice Emery, promoted; Theodore Hawkins, quartermaster, vice 
Holmes, resigned; Jonathan Hoyt, surgeon, vice Warriner, 
deceased; Elisha Smith, surgeon's mate, vice Hoyt, promoted. 

Nathan M. Mann, ensign, vice Johnson, promoted; Obed Guin, 
lieutenant, vice Fish, resigned; Stephen Kelly, ensign, vice Guin, 
promoted; Leander Roberts, ensign, vice Smith, resigned. 

One Hundred and Eightieth regiment of infantry: 

Lieutenants — Ethan Ferm (Tenn), vice Conkey, declined; Bar- 
nabas Hall, vice St. John, declined. 

Ensigns — Theophilus Herrington, vice Cook, declined; David 
Herrington, vice Burgess, moved; Joel Herrington, vice Ferm, 
promoted. 

DUTCHESS COUNTV. 

Twentieth brigade of infantry: 

Albert Cocks, quartermaster, vice Dubois, declined. 



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One Hundred and Forty-first regiment of infantry: 

Eleazer M. Swift, quartermaster, vice Barlow, moved. 

Captains — Stephen Gazlay, vice Berry, resigned; Philip Sleght, 
vice Rowland, moved. 

Miles Sleght, lieutenant, vice P. Sleght, promoted; Jacob Crapser, 
ensign. 

Twenty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Hersey Dakin, colonel, vice I. Harris, resigned; Walter Huested, 
lieutenant colonel, vice S. Harris, resigned; Oliver E. Chamberlain, 
major, vice Dakin, promoted; Ebenezer H. Conklin, surgeon's mate, 
vice Wilbur, resigned. 

Solomon Wheeler, captain, vice Conklin, resigned; George Brown, 
lieutenant, vice Wheeler, promoted; Timothy Hollister, ensign, vice 
Brown, promoted. 

Elisha Welling, captain, vice Hunting, resigned; Nirum Sackett, 
lieutenant, vice Welling, promoted; Stephen G. Gurnsey, ensign, 
vice Sutherland, moved. 

Riflemen — Abraham Persons, captain, vice J. Harris, resigned; 
William S. Downing, lieutenant, vice Persons, promoted; John 
Thomas, ensign, vice Downing, promoted. 

Epaphroditus Taylor, captain, vice Huested, promoted; Elijah 
Northrop, lieutenant, vice Taylor, promoted; Henry Huested, 
ensign, vice Northrop, promoted. 

William Stevens, captain, vice Chamberlain, promoted; George M. 
Perry, lieutenant, vice Stevens, promoted; Ebenezer Cline, ensign, 
vice Perry, promoted. 

One Hundred and Eleventh regiment of infantry: 

John Davis, paymaster, vice Uhl, moved ; David Parker, chaplain, 
vice McMurray, moved; John P. Cox, surgeon, vice Burroughs, 
resigned; Jacob I. H. Davis, surgeon's mate, vice Cox, promoted. 



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2236 Annual Report of the 

William Cowles. lieutenant, vice Rider, resigned. 

Ensigns — John Tapping, vice Cowles, promoted; John I. Wal- 
dorph, vice Broadhead, resigned; Jeremiah Moore, vice Bostwick, 
resigned. 

John Teats, junior, captain, vice Ostrom, resigned; John Wilson, 
lieutenant, vice Teats, promoted; Orson H. Tapping, ensign. 

Frederick I. Pultz, captain, vice Brown, moved; Coonrard Ackert, 
junior, lieutenant, vice Pultz, promoted; Andrew Pultz, ensign, vice 
Ackert, promoted. 

Eighty-fourth regiment of infantry : 

James Dodge, major, vice Cook, resigned; Henry Conklin, adju- 
tant, vice Ferris, resigned; Henry H. Van Yliet, quartermaster, vice 
Conklin, promoted; John H. Davis, paymaster, vice Hooker, pro- 
moted; Elias Trivett, surgeon, vice Barnes, resigned. 

Captains — Richard Xelson, vice Cunningham, promoted ; William 
H. Bulkier, vice Forbus, resigned; William Brownell, vice Nelson, 
resigned; Isaac H. Yervalin, vice Brinckerhoff, deceased; Daniel W. 
Williams, vice Ring, moved; Jacob Allen, vice Mott, resigned; 
Philip Xagle, vice Dodge, promoted. 

Lieutenants — James Bowne, vice Nelson, promoted; Samuel 
Gunn, vice Buckley, promoted; Abraham A. Davis, vice Brownell, 
promoted; Moses M. Degraff, junior, vice Yervalin, promoted; Yin- 
cent Odell, vice Williams, promoted; Samuel B. Ruggles; Jacob 
Van Benthuvsen; William F. Ostrum, vice Allen, promoted; Joshua 
Bishop, vice Xagle, promoted. 

Ensigns — Nicholas Jacacks, vice Bowne, promoted; Stephen 
Thorne; Lewis Pine, vice Davis, promoted; Oliver Todd, vice 
Degraff, promoted; Robert Degraff, vice Odell, promoted; Jacob D. 
Clute; John S. Tallmadge; John Y. Lamoree, vice Ostrum, pro- 
moted; Ebenezer Farrington, vice Bishop, promoted. 



State Historian. 2237 

franklin county. 

Sixty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Benjamin Sanborn, colonel, vice (Thomas) Smith, resigned; Syl- 
vester Langdon, lieutenant colonel, vice (Moses) Eggleston, 
resigned, not equipped; Samuel Sanborn, major, vice B. Sanborn, 
promoted; Jonathan Wallace, paymaster. 

Benjamin Hobbs, captain, vice Langdon, promoted; Samuel Bell, 
lieutenant, vice Hobbs, promoted; Silas Ward, ensign, vice Bell, 
promoted. 

William W. Herrick, captain, vice S. Sanborn, promoted; Samuel 
H. Payne, lieutenant, vice Herrick, promoted; Archibald Alexander, 
ensign, vice Payne, promoted. 

Reuben Cady, captain, vice Spencer, resigned; Asa Spencer, lieu- 
tenant; Hiram Pierce, ensign. 

Alexander B. Erwin, captain, vice Herriman, moved; Charles 
Johnson, ensign. 

CLINTON COUNTY. 

Thirty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Jonathan Taylor surgeon's mate. 

John Everist, captain, vice L. Everist, resigned; Briggs Soper, 
lieutenant; Marinus Hillyard, ensign. 

Leonard Briggs, captain; Charles Olcott, lieutenant; Wilson 
Allen, ensign; George W. Hoit, ensign. 

Forty-second brigade cf infantry: 

Alanson Drury, paymaster. 

Battalion of riflemen and light infantry in the county of Clinton 
commanded by Major Azariah C. Flagg: 

Charles S. Mooers, adjutant; Cyrus Waterhouse, paymaster. 

Riflemen — James Trowbridge, captain; James Bailey, lieutenant; 
St. John B. L. Skinner, ensign. 

Light Infantry — Shelden Lockwood, ensign. 



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2238 Annual Report of the 

essex county. 

Fortieth brigade of infantry: 

Luman Wadhams, brigadier general, vice (Ransom) Noble, 
resigned: William Smith, brigade inspector, vice (Henry H.) Ross, 
promoted; Charles Xoble, paymaster. 

Thirty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Henry H. Ross, colonel, vice Wadhams, promoted; Ezra Parkill, 
lieutenant colonel, vice (John) Calkin, resigned; Ezra C. Gross, 
major, vice (Abraham) Aikin (junior), resigned; Cyrus Comstock, 
chaplain. 

Chester Taylor, captain, vice Leet, resigned; John Greely, junior, 
lieutenant, vice Taylor, promoted; Jacob Wardner, ensign, vice 
Greely, promoted. 

Abraham Chase, captain, vice (Andrew) Morehouse, resigned; 
John Jones, lieutenant, vice (John B.) Cuyler, moved; Dudley Jones, 
ensign, vice Chase, promoted. 

Captains — Samuel Whallon, vice Parkill, promoted; Valentine 
Kellogg, vice Gross, promoted. 

David Judd, lieutenant, vice Kellogg, promoted: Lewis Person, 
ensign, vice Judd, promoted. 

Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Leland's battalion of infantry: 

John Stoel, ensign, vice Mason, moved. 

Riflemen — Ezra B. Smith, lieutenant, vice Garfield, moved; Abi- 
jah Smith, ensign, vice Smith, promoted. 

Battalion of infantry lately commanded by Major Allen Peck- 
William Bailey, major commandant, vice Peck, resigned; Reuben 
Jone.-. junior, surgeon, vice Spicer, resigned. 

Ephraim Boynton. junior, captain, vice Bailey, promoted; Joel 
Peck, lieutenant, vice Boynton, promoted: William Storrs, ensign, 
vice Peck, promoted; Cyrus Hall, ensign. 



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Ninth regiment of infantry: 

John Harris, colonel, vice Case, resigned; Peter Wright, lieutenant 
colonel, vice Harris, promoted; Edward P. Arthur, adjutant, vice 
Jenison,* moved. 

Riflemen— John Nichols, captain, vice Wright, promoted; Wil- 
liam Wright, lieutenant, vice Nichols, promoted; Aaron Chapin, 
ensign, vice Wright, promoted; Hiram Ross, lieutenant, vice Dun- 
ning, declined; Forrest B. Fisher, ensign, vice Ross, promoted. 

Riflemen — James Crommond, captain, vice Burnet, promoted; 
Abel Comstock, lieutenant, vice Crommond, promoted; William 
Cummings, ensign, vice Comstock, promoted. 

John McLenathan, junior, lieutenant, vice Stevens, resigned; 
Nathaniel Garfield, junior, ensign, vice McLenathan, promoted. 

Resolved, that William S. Deallf be no longer adjutant of the 
Ninth regiment of infantry and that a supersedeas issue accordingly. 

Thirty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Elijah Newell, captain, vice Storrs, resigned; Vine T. Bingham, 
lieutenant, vice Newell, promoted; John H. Low, ensign, vice Bing- 
ham, promoted. 

CATTARAUGUS COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Seventv-third regiment of infantry : 
Peter Ten Broeck, lieutenant colonel, vice Chamberlin, declined; 
Samuel McCluer, major, vice Ten Broeck, promoted; Robert Hinds, 
quartermaster; Richard Tozer, paymaster; Gilbert Reynolds, sur- 
geon's mate. 

Captains — Solomon Curtis, junior, vice S. McCluer, promoted; 
Griswold E. Warner (new company); Isaac Lawton; Levi Peet (new 
company); Harvey Parker (new company). 

* Silas H. Genison appointed March 4, 181 7. 

t Appointed November 10, 1820, vice Genison, moved. 



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2.240 Annual Retort of the 

Lieutenants — Robert R. Blackman, Benjamin J. Seely, David 
Farnum, Manly McCluer, Dennis Warner, Edward Riggs. 

Ensigns — Wheelock Wood, Samuel Barrows, Henry Gross, Henry 
T. Lay ton, James Green, second, Lucius Tyler. 

NIAGARA COUNTY. 

Forty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Hiram Yaw, lieutenant colonel, vice Dayton, moved; Robert 
Kerr, major, vice Yaw, promoted. 

Captains — James B. Titus, vice Kerr, promoted; Humphrey 
Smith, vice Stafford, moved; Henry W. Palmator, vice Parkerson, 
declined. 

Lieutenants — Erastus Baker, vice Titus, promoted; Luke Cran- 
dall, vice Palmator, promoted; James Rathbun, vice Smith, pro- 
moted. 

Ensigns — Leonard Reed, vice Rathbun, promoted; John S. 
Brown, vice Crandall, promoted; Henry H. Shepherd, vice Baker, 
promoted. 

One Hundred and Eighty-first regiment of infantry: 

Reuben Rider, captain, vice Wilcox, moved. 

Lieutenants — Cornelius Snyder, vice Wilson, moved; Stephen 
Pratt, junior, vice Briggs, moved. 

Ensigns — Samuel Silliman, vice Rider, promoted; Willys W. 
Crandall, vice Shedd, declined. 

CATTARAUGUS COUNTY. 

A new regiment organized from the battalion in the county of Cat- 
taraugus commanded by Major Royal Tefft and denominated the 
One Hundred and Ninety-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Royal Tefft, colonel; Benjamin Waterman, lieutenant colonel; 
James McGlashan, major; Robert P. McGlashan, quartermaster; 
Simeon Smead, paymaster. 



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Captains — John V. King, Simon Waterman, Bela H. Redfield, 
Phineas Nobles, John Fairbanks, Enoch Chase, junior. 

Lieutenants — William Blasdell, Heman Waterman, Ebenezer 
Robards, Abner W. Wise, John Frary, Gilson Morgan. 

Ensigns — Edwin Farnsworth, Horace Wells, Rowland Thurston, 
Harvey Parmele, Stephen Nichols, Silas H. Cleaveland. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Tenth division of infantry: 

Ephraim W. Clapp, division inspector, vice Israel Williams, who 
is hereby superseded. 

Sixteenth brigade of infantry: 

William McFarland, brigade inspector, vice Ephraim W. Clapp, 
promoted; Samuel Stevens, brigade judge advocate, vice James B. 
Gibson, who is hereby superseded. 

SENECA COUNTY. 

Thirty-eighth brigade of infantry: 

Anthony D. Schuyler, inspector, vice Cole, moved. 

One Hundred and Twenty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Thomas Osburn, major, vice Montgomery, declining; John Jer- 
main, quartermaster, vice DeMott, moved. 

Captains — George W. Blue, vice Osburn, promoted; Enoch Ter- 
hune, vice Huff, deceased; Abraham Van Duzen, vice DeMott, 
declining. 

Lieutenants — James Osburn, vice Brown, moved; Matthew D. 
Coe, vice Terhune, promoted; William Dunlap, vice Adams, 
resigned. 

Ensigns — Anson Snell, vice Sheldon, declined; George Bodine, 
vice Van Dozen, promoted; Eli Bloomer, vice Osburn, promoted. 
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2242 Annual Report of the 

One Hundred and Second regiment of infantry: 

Samuel McMath, colonel, vice Blair, resigned; Jacob Chamber- 
lain, lieutenant colonel, vice McMath, promoted; Lodowick Dobbin, 
major, vice Chamberlain, promoted; Thomas Van Alstyne, adjutant; 
John P. Dey, quartermaster; Cephas Sheckel, paymaster; Caleb 
Loring, surgeon, vice Gates, moved. 

Captains — William W. Dobbin, vice L. Dobbin, promoted; John 
H. Hinyon (new company). 

Lieutenants — Aaron Riggs (new company); Sandford Bennet; 
Philander Kane. 

Ensigns — Richard Thornton, vice Dobbin, promoted; Harry Teal; 
John Fotsinger (new company). 

One Hundred and Eighty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

John Selfridge, colonel, vice Furlong, resigned; Charles Richards, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Selfridge, promoted; Obadiah Adams, major, 
vice Wells, declining; Ransom Ward, adjutant, vice Richards, pro- 
moted; Reuben Smith, paymaster, vice Ward, promoted; David 
Arne, surgeon's mate. 

Captains — Chauncey Bishop, vice Wade, resigned; Asaph Spen- 
cer, vice Fuller, moved; Wareham Sheldon, vice Gates, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Orrin Moore, vice Bishop, promoted; Ethan W. 
Allen, vice Spencer, promoted. 

Ensigns — Moses F. Collins, vice Moore, promoted; Morris Craw, 
vice Allen, promoted. 

One Hundred and Second regiment of infantry: 

Light Infantry — Benjamin Maltby, captain, vice Irwin, moved; 
Caleb Fairchild, lieutenant; Daniel Mosher, ensign, vice Maltby, 
promoted. 

Battalion of riflemen commanded by Major John Montgomery: 

Barron Mundy, adjutant; Robert Harriott, paymaster; Claudius C. 
Coan, surgeon. 



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Richard J. Trowbridge, lieutenant; Henry Strait, ensign, vice 
Trowbridge, promoted; Abraham Clawson, lieutenant. 

Joseph C. Kelly, captain, vice Howel, resigned; Teunis Voorhees, 
lieutenant, vice Kelly, promoted; Thomas Caywood, ensign, vice 
Voorhees, promoted. 

New company — Luther L. Ward, captain; Moses Babcock, lieu- 
tenant; Anson Smith, ensign. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Thirty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Henry Cunningham, adjutant, vice Van Vechten, resigned. 

Ensigns — Darius Wells; Philip Reynolds, junior. 

Riflemen — Abraham A. Van Home, captain, vice Lansing, 
resigned; Visscher Putman, lieutenant, vice Van Home, promoted; 
Adam H. Davis, ensign, vice Putman, promoted. 

Frederick Steel, captain, vice Burr, resigned; Benjamin Cheadle, 
lieutenant; George W. Clancey, ensign; Aaron Fritcher, ensign of 
light infantry. 

SARATOGA COUNTY. 

Ninth brigade of infantry: 

David Brown, quartermaster, vice Dunning, resigned. 

Thirty-second regiment of infantry: 

Samuel Richards, colonel, vice Gordon, promoted; Thomas Kirby, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Richards, promoted; Amos Sherwood, major, 
vice Kirby, promoted. 

Walter K. Maxwell, captain, vice Sherwood, promoted; Benjamin 
Lord, lieutenant, vice Maxwell, promoted; Lyman Sherwood, 
ensign, vice Lord, promoted; Daniel K. Smith, lieutenant, vice Doo- 
little, promoted; Andrew Curtis, ensign. 

Forty-first regiment of infantry: 

Gardner Conkin (Conklin), lieutenant colonel, with rank from 



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2244 Annual Report of the 

July 8, 1S19; Roswell Day, surgeon, vice Child, resigned; Gilbert 
Morehouse, adjutant, vice Sales, resigned. 

James Hunter, captain, vice Chase, resigned; Joseph Simpson, 
lieutenant, vice Valentine, resigned. 

James Davis, captain, vice Eddy, resigned; Benjamin Crawford, 
lieutenant, vice Davis, promoted; Samuel S. Wakeman, ensign, vice 
Crawford, promoted. 

One Hundred and Forty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Benjamin Badgley, quartermaster; Richard Morris, paymaster. 

Gearnsey Kennedy, captain, vice Sheldon, resigned; Christopher 
Bendy, lieutenant, vice Kennedy, promoted; Cyrus Gearnsey, 
ensign, vice Bendy, promoted. 

William Chadsey, lieutenant, vice Morris, paymaster; Elisha F. 
Calkins, ensign, vice Chadsey, promoted. 

John Dewel, lieutenant, vice Badgley, quartermaster; Thompson 
Morris, ensign, vice Dewel, promoted. 

Isaac L. Peters, lieutenant, vice Best, declining; Henry Thall- 
himer, ensign, vice Peters, promoted; Peter Melick, ensign, vice 
Gates, moved. 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

Seventy-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Robert McKay, colonel; Henry James, lieutenant colonel; Sylves- 
ter Brown, major; Perrez W. Cady, quartermaster. 

Dan Gustin, captain; Gardner Osgood, lieutenant; Charles B. Hill, 
ensign. 

Aaron Russ, captain; Elijah R. Saxton, lieutenant; John W. Leon- 
ard, ensign. 

Amos Gates, captain; Andrew Walker, lieutenant; Angus 
McBean, ensign. 

One Hundred and Sixty-first regiment of infantry: 

Charles Bingham, surgeon's mate. 



State Historian. 2245 

Francis Fields, captain; Patrick Mclntire, lieutenant; Peter Beebe, 
junior, ensign; Eli Glass, ensign; Nathaniel Godard, lieutenant. 

Peter Roberts, captain; Nehemiah Westbrook, lieutenant; John 
Bryan, ensign. 

Ninety-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Samuel Nichols, lieutenant colonel; Horace S. Turner, major; 
Nathan Stone, adjutant; Jervis Barber, quartermaster; Daniel Pot- 
ters, paymaster. 

Silas H. Kay, captain; Jonah Smith, lieutenant; Jesse Smith, 
ensign. 

One Hundred and Seventy-first regiment of infantry: 

William Broughton, colonel; Ira Huntley, lieutenant colonel; 
William R. Collins, major. 

Frederick A. Moore, captain; Caleb Torry, lieutenant; James 
Kelly, lieutenant. 

Ensigns — John Salsbury, Henry Reed, Jonah R. Broughton. 

Tephan Broughton, lieutenant. 

Captains — Amos Wilson, Elijah King. 

Lieutenants — Heman Willson, Elijah Norton. 

Ensigns — Peter Copwell, Samuel Warner. 

One Hundred and Ninety-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Martin O. Coe, colonel; Moses Stoddard, lieutenant colonel; Wil- 
liam Olmstead, major; David White, surgeon; Elijah Butler, sur- 
geon's mate; Lewis M. Gates, quartermaster. 

Captains — Stephen P. Wilcox (of riflemen), Ebenezer Lawrence, 
Essacher Allen. 

Lieutenants — David Baker, Garry Storm, Henry Welsey, Davis 
Blakely. 

Ensigns — Ephraim Smith, Henry Tuttle, Isaac Walker, Philip 
Church. 



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2246 Annual Report of the 

Riflemen — Uriah Slayton, captain; Lucius Parks, lieutenant; Levi 
Wright, ensign. 

Benjamin Cooley, captain; Asa D. Butterfield, lieutenant; William 
Codman, ensign. 

Sixth brigade of infantry: 

Chauncey Smith, assistant hospital surgeon; Benjamin Allen, 
paymaster. 

OTSEGO COUNTY. 

Second regiment of infantry: 

Augustus Rogers, lieutenant colonel, vice Jordan, moved; Wil- 
liam Fitch, major, vice Rogers, promoted. 

Chester Jarvis, captain, vice Williams, resigned; Titus B. David- 
son, lieutenant, vice Jarvis, promoted. 

Ensigns — Dwight Jarvis, vice Babbit, moved ; Asa Abel, vice Ells- 
worth, resigned; Ira Ingalls, vice Luddington, moved; Ezra Haw- 
kins, vice Jay, moved. 

Riflemen — John Doolittle, captain, vice Fitch, promoted; Chester 
Wright, first lieutenant, vice Doolittle, promoted; Waterman Ells- 
worth, second lieutenant, vice Wright, promoted; Asa Gardner, 
ensign, vice Ellsworth, promoted. 

Seventh regiment of infantry: 

Nathan Kingsley, colonel, vice Seward, resigned; Lionel Sheldon, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Kingsley, promoted; Calvin Day, major, 
vice Sheldon, promoted; Harvey W. Babcock, adjutant, vice Sny- 
der, resigned; Josiah Hawe, quartermaster; Henry Preston, pay- 
master; Joseph Carpenter, surgeon; Uriah G. Bigelow, surgeon's 
mate. 

Captains — Daniel Waterman, John Mason. 

Lieutenants — John Pratt, Josiah Turner. 

Ensigns — Amos Chippen, Dyer Adams. 



State Historian. 2247 

One Hundred and Twelfth regiment of infantry: 

Light Infantry — Illustrious Remmington, lieutenant, vice 
Smith, resigned; Hiram Flint, ensign, vice Clary, moved. 

Riflemen — Aaron North, captain, vice Peck, resigned; David 
Belknap, first lieutenant, vice North, promoted; Angus Griffin, sec- 
ond lieutenant, vice Belknap, promoted; Amos Brown, ensign, vice 
North, resigned. 

Nicholas Ferris, lieutenant, vice Snyder, moved; Eleazer Robins, 
ensign, vice Ferris, promoted. 

Uriah T. Phelps, lieutenant; Elisha Cornish, ensign. 

Julius Wickwire, captain, vice Faulkner, moved; Henry Rice, 
lieutenant, vice Wickwire, promoted; William Campbell, ensign, 
vice Rice, promoted. 

Rufus Sabin, captain, vice Dutcher, resigned; Lorin Perrigo, lieu- 
tenant, vice Gilchrist, resigned; John D. Branch, ensign, vice Sabin, 
promoted. 

One Hundred and Fifty-first regiment of infantry: 

Wheeler R. Warrener, captain, vice Beach, moved; Simmons 
Lewis, lieutenant, vice Ogden, promoted; Horace Griswold, ensign. 

Andrew Mann, junior, captain; Johnson Wright, lieutenant, vice 
Mann, promoted; Joseph Le Lord, ensign. 

Sixtieth regiment: 

Asa Eddy, lieutenant colonel, vice Gardner, resigned; Henry 
Hopkins, major, vice Eddy, promoted; Levi Stewart, adjutant, vice 
Mann, resigned; Abel Morse, surgeon, vice Herrington, deceased. 

Fifty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Abel Calkins, colonel, vice Deming, resigned; Jesse Smith, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Calkins, promoted; Israel Nichols, major, vice 
Smith, promoted; Abner Pierce, adjutant, vice Bryan, transferred; 
Orry Harris, quartermaster, vice Angel, resigned; Moses B. Smith, 
surgeon's mate. 



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2248 Annual Report of the 

Riflemen — Isaac H. Stearns, captain, vice Nichols, promoted; 
Samuel Harris, lieutenant, vice Stearns, promoted; William Stick- 
ney, ensign, vice Harris, promoted. 

John Gross, captain, vice Lee, resigned; John Deming, lieuten- 
ant, vice Gross, promoted; Hamilton Gregory, ensign, vice Deming, 
promoted. 

Nathan B. Carpenter, lieutenant; Joseph Earl, ensign, vice Car- 
penter, promoted. 

Poller Eldred, captain, vice Herrington, resigned; Thomas Tif- 
fany, lieutenant, vice Eldred, promoted; Daniel Eldred, ensign, vice 
Tiffany, promoted. 

Elisha Pratt, captain, vice Van Nostrand, moved; Richard F. 
Fenton, lieutenant, vice Pratt, promoted; Horatio Reed, ensign. 

One Hundred and Thirty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Aaron Dow, colonel, vice Walker, resigned; William Utter, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Dow, promoted; Cyrus Brown, major, vice 
Utter, promoted; Horris Manly, surgeon; Stephen Whipple, pay- 
master. 

Captains — Alvin Cook, Samuel Payne, Doraster Hatch. 

Lieutenants — Perez Maine, Olcott B. Palmer, Elias Bestow. 

Ensigns — Stephen Bevins, Jestin (Justin) Higgins. 

Riflemen — Henry Lake, junior, lieutenant, vice Mores, moved; 
George H. Thomas, ensign, vice Lake, promoted. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Tenth regiment of infantry: 

William H. Maxwell, colonel, vice Mount, promoted; Samuel 
Woodhull, lieutenant colonel, vice Coles, resigned; John G. Morgan, 
major, vice Woodhull, promoted. 

Captains — David M. Cowdry, vice (James S.) Smith, aide to 
(Major) General (Edward W.) Laight; Jonathan Tucker, vice Rus- 



State Historian. 2249 

sell, resigned; John C. Smith, vice C. S. Woodhull, promoted; Isaac 
Carpenter, vice (William) Gracie, aide to (Major) General (Jonas) 
Mapes. 

Lieutenants — Edward B. Tylee, vice Cowdrey, promoted; Albert 
Woodhull, vice Tucker, promoted; Anthony Morris, vice Smith, 
promoted; Robert B. Atterbury, vice Carpenter, promoted. 

John L. Gardiner, ensign, vice Tylee, promoted. 

Fifty-first regiment of infantry: 

Zebedee Ring, lieutenant colonel, vice Maxwell, promoted; John 
M. Ryer, major, vice Ring, promoted. 

Captains — Samuel T. Ross, vice Ryer, promoted; James Mellis, 
vice Morgan, promoted. 

William B. Ballow, lieutenant, vice Duryee, moved. 

Ensigns — Robert Mcjimsey, vice Ballow, promoted; Hunn C. 
Beach. 

One Hundred and Forty-second regiment of infantry: 

Jacob Schiefrelin, lieutenant colonel, vice Sickels, resigned. 

Victor B. Waldron, captain, vice Mapes. 

To rank from November 10, 1820 — Elisha Averill, lieutenant, vice 
Espada, moved; Henry Bolster, ensign, vice Averill, promoted. 

KINGS COUNTY. 

Sixty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Light Infantry — James Denyse, captain; James C. Church, lieu- 
tenant; W'illiam W. Cropsey, ensign. 

John C. Lott, captain, vice Schoonmaker, promoted; Jacob 
WyckofL lieutenant, vice Lott, promoted; John Ditmis, ensign, vice 
Wyckoff, promoted. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Second regiment of riflemen: 
Archibald Robertson, ensign. 



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2250 Annual Report of the 

st. lawrence county. 

One Hundred and Twenty-third regiment of infantry: 

Captains — Andrew A. Crampton, vice Hale, moved; David Olin, 
vice J. D. Olin, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Ansel Tupper, vice Crampton, promoted; Russell 
Knox, vice Bunnell, declining; Elisha Rich, vice Santford, moved; 
Philo Hurlbut, vice Kellogg, promoted. 

Ensigns — Samuel Northrop; Rollin Smith, vice Phelps, moved; 
John Rich, vice Olin, promoted; John Norway, vice Wells, resigned; 
Brenton Round, vice Hurlbut, promoted; Worden Griffin, vice Bar- 
hydt, promoted. 

Riflemen — Silas Wright, captain; Henry Foot, lieutenant; George 
Bridge, ensign. 

One Hundred and Fifty-third regiment of infantry: 

Captains — David L. Haskill, James Murphey, Nathan Osburn, 
Abel Kelsey, Phineas Durfey, Samuel Devan, Samuel Daniels, 
junior. 

Lieutenants — Harvey Tombling, Russell Smith, Asher Bacon, 
Daniel Richardson, Joseph Brush, Azariah Rouse (of riflemen), 
Daniel H. McEwen, Isaac Bartholomew, junior, Silas Chandler. 

Ensigns — Henry Shirling, John B. Judd, George Smith, John L. 
Riggs, Joseph Durfey, Benjamin Day, Nathaniel Taggart, vice 
Ogden, resigned; Franklin Daniels, Thaddeus Smith. 

Eighth regiment of artillery: 

Caleb Hough, captain, vice Clarkson, resigned; John Golden, first 
lieutenant; Nathaniel Parmeter, second lieutenant. 

One Hundred and Eighty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Pardon Payn, captain, vice Turner, moved; Lyman Merriman, 
tenant; Orlando Chapin, ensign. 
rty-ninth brigade of infantry: 

I reorge C. Conant, judge advocate, vice Attwater, moved. 



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saratoga county. 

Twenty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Burr Dauchy, captain, vice Wright, resigned; Samuel Dauchy, 
lieutenant, vice Smith, moved; Pascal P. Wheeler, ensign, vice B. 
Dauchy, promoted. 

Hugh Alexander, lieutenant, vice Johnson, resigned; Jonathan 
Edgcomb, ensign, vice Alexander, promoted. 

John Pettinger, captain, vice Palmer, resigned; Walter Hamilton, 
lieutenant, vice W. Hamilton, resigned; Nathaniel Griggs, ensign. 

Nehemiah Whitlock, captain, vice Cornwell, resigned; John 
Huyck, junior, lieutenant, vice Whitlock, promoted; Ira Potter, 
ensign, vice Huyck, promoted. 

Jacob Conklin, captain, vice Potter, declining; Amos Merrihew, 
lieutenant, vice Conklin, promoted; Asa Barker, ensign, vice Merri- 
hew, promoted. 

Abraham Sleazer, captain; Uriah Veeder, lieutenant, vice Bell, 
moved; Derick Veeder, ensign, vice U. Veeder, promoted. 

Fifty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Abel Hendrick, quartermaster, vice Calkins, resigned. 

Harry Lincoln, captain; Austine Brown, lieutenant, vice Mosher, 
moved; John G. Satterlee, ensign, vice Brown, promoted. 

William J. Angle, captain, vice Palmer, declining; Isaac Nash, 
lieutenant, vice Angle, promoted; David Boss, ensign, vice Nash, 
promoted. 

Amasa Martin, captain, vice Ormsbee, resigned; Thomas Easter- 
brook, lieutenant, vice Martin, promoted; Edmond J. Hewitt, ensign, 
vice Lapham, resigned. 

Ebenezer Darrow, ensign of light infantry, vice Runnels, resigned. 

Sixty-third regiment of infantry: 

William Cramer, paymaster, vice Hicks, moved; Eli Granger, 
quartermaster, vice Millegan, resigned. 



1821. 



1821. 



2.2^2 Annual Report of the 

Thomas J. Collins, lieutenant, vice Craig, resigned; Jacob G. Ball, 
ensign, vice Olney, moved. 

John Bennett, lieutenant, vice Cramer, promoted; Garret W. Van 
Veghten, ensign, vice Bennett, promoted. 

John Fitzgerald, captain, vice Emerson, resigned; Theodore F. 
Comstock, lieutenant, vice Fitzgerald, promoted; William 
McGregor, junior, ensign, vice Stiles, resigned. 

Salma Hawley, captain, vice Mott, moved; Hiram Demmick, lieu- 
tenant, vice Hawley, promoted; Franklin Hoag, ensign, vice Dem- 
mick, promoted. 

Riflemen — Samuel N. Bateman, lieutenant, vice Granger, quar- 
termaster; Elihu Morgan, ensign, vice Comstock, lieutenant of 
infantry. 

One Hundred and Sixty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Joseph W. Paddock, lieutenant colonel, vice Newton, moved; 
George P. Cronkhite, adjutant, vice Paddock, promoted; Henry 
Rockwell, quartermaster, vice Cronkhite, promoted; James Mosher, 
paymaster, vice Rockwell, promoted. 

George W. Peck, captain, vice Ide, resigned; Levi Dibble, lieu- 
tenant, vice Mallory, resigned; Arnold Young, ensign, vice Peck, 
promoted. 

Lyman Tinney, lieutenant, vice Call, exempted; Ira Orton, ensign, 
vice Tinney, promoted. 

Bela Sage, captain, vice Scofield, resigned; Samuel Atwell, lieu- 
tenant, vice Sage, promoted; Minor Scofield, ensign, vice Atwell, 
promoted. 

Reuben Willard, captain, vice Scovil, resigned; Thomas Harris, 
lieutenant, vice Russell, declining; Isaiah Parmenter, junior, ensign, 
vice Willard, promoted. 



State Historian. 2253 

delaware county. 

Twenty-fifth brigade of infantry: 

Liberty Preston, quartermaster, vice North, moved; Robert Clark, 
assistant hospital surgeon, vice Sage, declining. 

Seventieth regiment of infantry: 

Ozias S. Decker, lieutenant, vice Phelps, moved; Stephen Hayt, 
lieutenant, vice Maybee, moved; William Laughram, ensign, vice 
Hayt, promoted. 

Thomas L. Landon, captain, vice Mabee, resigned; Glover Ben- 
net, lieutenant, vice Landon, promoted; Clore Light, ensign, vice 
Colter, resigned. 

Eighty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Elihu Ells, colonel, vice Sackrider, deceased; John Mcllwaine, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Ells, promoted; David Olmstead, major, vice 
Mcllwaine, promoted; Henry Kear, quartermaster; Russell Hotch- 
kiss, paymaster; Parus Halsey, surgeon; Calvin Howard, surgeon's 
mate. 

Andrew G. Ten Eyck, captain, vice Olmstead, promoted; John U. 
Ten Eyck, lieutenant, vice A. G. Ten Eyck, promoted; Henry Sorn- 
berger, ensign, vice Ten Eyck, promoted. 

Peter Brewer, captain; Richard W. Miller, lieutenant, vice Brewer, 
promoted; Joseph Orr, ensign, vice Miller, promoted. 

Matthew L. Kentor, lieutenant; George Moore, ensign. 

One Hundred and Seventy-fourth regiment of infantry: 

John Yaples, quartermaster, vice Sands, moved; David F. More, 
paymaster. 

James Demond, captain, vice Dean, resigned; William Kittle, 
lieutenant, vice Demond, promoted; Matthew Holcott, ensign. 

Battalion of infantry commanded by Major John H. Gregory: 

Nathan W. Williams, paymaster. 



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1821. 



2254 Annual Report of the 

James F. Hitt, captain, vice Gee, resigned; William Hitt, lieu- 
tenant, vice J. Hitt, promoted; Peter V. G. White, ensign, vice W. 
Hitt, promoted. 

Riflemen — Charles Knap, lieutenant, vice Bissett, moved; Daniel 
Horton, ensign, vice Knap, promoted. 

Sixth division of infantry: 

Herman D. Gould, aid to the major general. 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

Forty-sixth brigade of infantry: 

Ezekiel Harmon, assistant hospital surgeon. 

Thirty-first regiment of infantry: 

Alexander S. Brown, adjutant, vice Williams, moved; John 
Palmer, quartermaster, vice Brown, promoted; Apollos P. Auger, 
surgeon's mate, vice Harmon, promoted. 

Riflemen — Ezra D. Brown, lieutenant, vice Williams, resigned; 
Samuel Bishop, ensign, vice Brown, promoted. 

Abner Brown, captain, vice Hutchinson, resigned; Cyrus Hood, 
lieutenant; Irad Crippin, lieutenant, vice Brown, promoted; William 
Root, ensign, vice Crippin, promoted. 

One Hundred and Seventy-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Isaac T. Gifford, lieutenant colonel, vice J. Church; Daniel Frank- 
lin, major, vice Gifford, promoted; Abner P. Phelps, quartermaster, 
vice Chaffee; Richard Dibble, surgeon, vice Lee; Burkley Gillet, 
surgeon's mate. 

Light Infantry — Ebenezer Clark, captain, vice Wright, 
resigned; Samuel Bassett, lieutenant, vice Clark, promoted; Harvey 
Field, ensign, vice Bassett, promoted. 

Captains — Henry P. Culver, vice Franklin, promoted; Abishai 
Gleason, vice Wright; Daniel Jameson, vice Beeman; Thester T. 
Holbrook, vice Pendil, resigned. 



State Historian. 2255 

Lieutenants— John Kendal, vice Culver, promoted; Samuel M. 
Elmore, vice Gleason, promoted; John Sherwood, vice Taylor, 
resigned; Martin Bromley, vice Jameson, promoted; Samuel South- 
worth, vice Parmele, moved. 

Ensigns — Aaron Arnold, vice Elmore, promoted; Cyrus Handy, 
vice Kendal, promoted; John Southworth, vice Holbrook, pro- 
moted; Moses Sperry, vice Bromley, promoted; Henry Merrill, vice 
S. Southworth, promoted. 

One Hundred and Seventy-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Captains — James Henry, vice Warner, promoted; William Vin- 
cent, vice Markham, declining. 

Lieutenants — Anson Parish, vice Vincent, promoted; Robert 
Winchel, vice Henry, promoted. 

Ensigns — Josiah Denton, vice Parish, promoted; Stephen Arm- 
strong; Phelps Smith. 

One Hundred and Seventy-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Otis Turner, colonel, vice (Charles) Dunham and Herrington 
(Micah Harrington), resigned; Oliver Bennett, lieutenant colonel, 
vice Turner, promoted; Daniel P. Bigelow, major; Lyman Bates, 
adjutant, vice Brown, deceased; Archibald L. Daniels, quartermas- 
ter, vice Turner, resigned. 

Captains — John H. Tyler, vice Fuller, resigned; Seymour (B.) 
Murdock, vice I. Murdock, resigned; Jonathan Gates, vice Hale; 
Samuel Goodrich, vice Bradner, resigned. 

Riflemen — Nathan Whitney, captain, vice White, moved; Harry 
Boardman, lieutenant, vice Whitney, promoted. 

Captains — William C. Turner, Aden Foster. 

Lieutenants — Grosvenor Daniels, Matthias Brown, Arba Chubb, 
Oliver Benton, William Love, Dennis Kingsley. 

Ensigns — Truman Mason, Abel Shoals, Jabez Kirkland, Walter 
Fairfield, Barnuel Fair, Chapin Street, Arnold Lewis. 



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1821. 



2256 Annual Report of the 

cayuga county. 

Resolved, that Ebenezer S. Beach be no longer brigadier general 
of the seventh brigade of infantry and that a supersedeas issue 
accordingly. 

David Sage, brigadier general, vice Beach, superseded. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Resolved, that John D. Friest (DeFreest, DeForest), junior, be 
no longer colonel of the One Hundred and Fifty-fifth regiment of 
infantry and that a supersedeas issue accordingly. 

Robert Christie, colonel, vice J. D. Friest, junior, superseded. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Twenty-first regiment of infantry: 
John Hillebert, junior, colonel, vice Moss, resigned. 

SCHENECTADY COUNTY. 

Fourteenth division of infantry: 

Daniel McDougall, inspector, vice Mclntyre, resigned. 

Fourteenth brigade of infantry: 

Resolved, that Peter Sanders be no longer inspector of the four- 
teenth brigade of infantry, and that a supersedeas issue accordingly. 

Richard McMichael, quartermaster, vice McDougall, promoted; 
John Broderick, inspector, vice Sanders, superseded. 

Fifty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Light Infantry — Jacob G. Sanders, captain, vice Teller, re- 
signed; Robert J. Scoor, lieutenant, vice T. Hamlin, moved; Joshua 
Seaman, ensign, vice C. Ffamlin, moved. 

Sidney B. Potter, captain, vice Carroll, resigned; Cornelius J. 
DeWitt, lieutenant, vice Potter, promoted; John Knight, ensign, 
vice DeWitt, promoted; Jacob Defforest, junior, lieutenant, vice 
Maxcn, moved. 



State Historian. 2257 

1821. 

One Hundred and Eighty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Amos Bennet, major, vice McClave, resigned. 

Lemuel Ludd, captain, vice Bennet, promoted; Jesse Abbey, lieu- 
tenant, vice Ludd, promoted; Henry Wiltsie, ensign, vice Abbey, 
promoted; Benoni J. Doty, ensign, vice Towers, moved. 

Resolved, that Brittan B. Tallman be no longer adjutant of the 
One Hundred and Eighty-eighth regiment of infantry, and that a 
supersedeas issue accordingly. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Jacob Hannon, adjutant, vice (Ira) Avery, resigned, and Tallman, 
superseded. 

Twenty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Llenry Davis, captain, vice South, resigned; James Winne, lieu- 
tenant, vice Davis, promoted; Abraham J. Clute, ensign, vice Winne, 
promoted; George R. Shibley, ensign; Ebenezer Thorp, lieutenant, 
vice Hubbs, resigned; Lyman Davis, ensign; Richard Bennet, 
ensign, vice Brand, declining. 

CHENANGO COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Thirty-third regiment of infantry: 

Otis J. Tracey, colonel, vice Smith, resigned; Erastus Dickerson, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Clapp, resigned; Israel Baldwin, major, vice 
Robinson, resigned. 

Samuel Ross, chaplain. 

Erastus Smith, captain, vice Tracey, promoted; Luman McNeal, 
lieutenant, vice Smith, promoted; David Wilson, ensign, vice 
McNeal, promoted. 

William H. Dickerson, captain, vice E. Dickerson, promoted; 
Alanson Darling, lieutenant, vice W. F. Dickerson, promoted; Jona- 
than Brown, junior, ensign, vice Darling, promoted. 
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1821. 



2258 Annual Report of the 

Joseph Julliand, junior, captain, vice Baldwin, promoted; Joseph 
Elliott, lieutenant, vice Julliand, promoted; Pliny Nicholls, ensign, 
vice Elliott, promoted. 

George Agard, captain, vice Grant, resigned; Job Rowley, lieuten- 
ant: Eli Tarbell, ensign, vice Rogers, resigned. 

New company — David Smith, captain; John White, lieutenant; 
William Scott, ensign. 

Light Infantry — Gerardus Van Der Lyn, captain; Richard Van 
Wagener, lieutenant; George Farnham, ensign. 

One Hundred and Ninety-first regiment of infantry: 

Asa Kenyon, lieutenant colonel, vice Coggshall, resigned; Isaiah 
Lord, major, vice Kenyon, promoted; Seth S. Henderson, surgeon's 
mate. 

Sellick Fairchild, captain, vice Pulford, resigned; Silas S. Davis, 
lieutenant, vice Collin, moved; Amos Darling, ensign, vice Fairchild, 
promoted. 

Nathan Brown, junior, captain, vice Hall, resigned; Amos Chap- 
pell, lieutenant, vice Brown, promoted; Daniel Fairchild, ensign, 
vice Chappell, promoted. 

Russell Stewart, captain, vice Lord, promoted; John H. Lawton, 
lieutenant, vice Stewart, promoted; Garret Warner, ensign, vice 
Lawton, promoted. 

Daniel Livermore, captain, vice Hager, resigned; Martin Liver- 
more, lieutenant, vice D. Livermore, promoted; Henry Reynolds, 
ensign, vice M. Livermore, promoted. 

Nathaniel Hodskins, captain; Alval C. Kingsley, lieutenant; Levi 
Canuth, ensign. 

Light Infantry — Joseph Smith, junior, lieutenant, vice Jones, 
resigned; Zira Smith, ensign, vice Smith, promoted. 

Riflemen — Joseph Lord, junior, captain, vice Lamphier, resigned; 



State Historian. 22 59 

Amos Breed, junior, lieutenant, vice Lord, promoted; Hendrick 
Crain, ensign. 

CHENANGO AND DELAWARE COUNTIES. 

One Hundred and Ninety-third regiment of infantry: 
Josiah N. Wright, adjutant, vice Stowell, resigned; Chester Red- 
field, paymaster, vice Wright, promoted; Joseph B.Young, chaplain. 
Ensigns — Robert B. Warner, vice Redfield, promoted; Ira Bal- 
com, vice Sherman, resigned. 

CHENANGO COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Ninetieth regiment of infantry: 

Charles Medbury, lieutenant colonel, vice Olney, declined; James 
Olney, major, vice Medbury, promoted. 

Captains — Isaac Jones, junior, vice Olney, promoted; Silas Ames, 
vice Mattison, resigned ; Humphrey Wilber, vice Medbury, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Lewis Crandall, vice Jones, promoted; John H. 
Reynolds, vice Calkins, moved; John B. Bancraft, vice Lawrence, 
moved; Henry Field, vice Wilber, promoted. 

Ensigns — Edward Champlin, vice Crandall, promoted; William 
Greenleaf, vice Peck, moved; William Jacobs, vice Bancraft, pro- 
moted; Oliver S. Medbury, vice Field, promoted; Daniel Westcoat, 
vice Clark, deceased. 

Company of horse artillery in the county of Chenango: 

Erastus Lathrop, captain; Ira Lee, first lieutenant; Jacob S. Reese, 
second lieutenant; Milo Hatch, cornet. 

One Hundred and Fifth regiment of infantry: 

John Noyes, junior, adjutant; Eli M.Gibbs, quartermaster; Henry 
Dewey, paymaster. 

Riflemen — Samuel Randall, lieutenant; Alexander McCullough, 
ensign. 



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1821. 



2260 Annual Report of the 

Captains — Orrin How, vice Haight, resigned; Lorenzo Hatch, 
vice Newton, moved; Eleazer Brown, vice York, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Simeon B. Marsh, Amos T. Mead. 

Ensigns — John Strew, John Ladd, Philander Raymond, William 
Cook. 

William Pendleton, captain, vice Ensworth, resigned; William 
Arnold, lieutenant; Peleg Pendleton, ensign. 

ALLEGANY COUNTY. 

Battalion of infantry in the town of Alfred, Allegany county (for- 
merly commanded by Major Alexander Head): 

Henry McHenry, junior, major commandant; Samuel Nealy, pay- 
master; Asa Lee Davison, surgeon's mate. 

Lieutenants — Jabez Lamphere, Dennis Saunders. 

Ensigns — John Babcock, junior, Peter Herman, James Allen. 

Captains — Ammi Whitney, Joseph Goodrich. 

Battalion of infantry in the town of Angelica, Allegany county 
(formerly commanded by Major Josiah Utter): 

Stephen Coles, major commandant; Amos Peabody, adjutant; 
John Utter, paymaster. 

Josiah Lippenwell, captain; William Bennet, lieutenant; Edward 
Renwick, ensign. 

David Downing, junior, captain; Luke B. Crandall, lieutenant; 
Samuel Knight, ensign. 

Chester Rotch, captain ; Truman Freeman, lieutenant. 

Battalion of infantry in the town of Pike, Allegany county, com- 
manded by Major Thomas Dole: 

Aaron Haskin, ensign. 

Joseph Maxson, junior, captain; Abijah Jones, lieutenant; Joseph 
Fo: gn. 



State Historian. 2261 

1821. 

Battalion of infantry in the town of Ossian, Allegany county 
(Tom Lemen, major commandant): 

Peter Covert, adjutant; Heman Orton, paymaster; Philip P. Rich, 
surgeon. 

George Lemen, captain; Ezekiel Cowen, ensign. 

Isaac H. Consollus, captain; William Gould, lieutenant; Phineas 
Howard, ensign. 

James H. Boylan, captain; William Shepard, lieutenant; Abner 
Hoyt, ensign. 

Erastus Whitney, captain; Samuel Carter, lieutenant; Alva Crut- 
tendon, ensign. 

Nathaniel Covert, lieutenant. 

Battalion of infantry in the town of Rushford, Allegany county 
(Simon Wilson, major commandant): 

Matthew P. Cady, adjutant. 

Marvin P. Bludd, captain; W r illiam Hale, lieutenant; Sampson 
Hardy, ensign. 

Caras H. Clement, captain; Allen Herrick, lieutenant; Pliny Ban- 
nister, ensign. 

Jackson Swift, lieutenant; John Hammond, ensign. 

LEWIS COUNTY. 

Forty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

John Ives, junior, colonel, vice Conkey, resigned; Chauncey 
Barnes, lieutenant colonel, vice Ives, promoted; Eli Rogers, junior, 
major, vice Martin, resigned; Philander Pitcher, adjutant, vice Bush, 
resigned; Samuel Ives, quartermaster, vice Pitcher, promoted; Seth 
Miller, junior, paymaster, vice Ives, promoted. 

Light Infantry — Fellows E. Taylor, captain, vice Rogers, pro- 
moted; Jeremiah Seymour, lieutenant; Joseph House, ensign. 



1821. 



2262 Annual Report of the 

Solomon Killam, captain, vice Salmons, resigned; Woodruff B. 
Houg-h, lieutenant, vice Killam, promoted; Clark Riggs, ensign, 
vice Woodruff, promoted. 

John Whittlesey, captain, vice Barnes, promoted; Isaac Lyman, 
lieutenant, vice Whittlesey, promoted; Riley Parsons, ensign, vice 
Lyman, promoted. 

Chester Hunt, captain, vice Fox, declining. 

One Hundred and First regiment of infantry: 

Charles Dayan, lieutenant colonel, vice Bailey, declined; Freedom 
Wright, junior, major, vice Dayan, promoted; Peter Hansom, quar- 
termaster, vice Spalding, resigned. 

Ransom Hartwell, captain, vice Wright, promoted; Joseph Bar- 
num, lieutenant, vice Hartwell, promoted; Joshua Tower, ensign, 
vice Barnum, promoted. 

William Allis, lieutenant, vice Reed, resigned; Isaac Bacon, 
ensign, vice Hanson, promoted. 

Xathan Wright, captain, vice E. Wright, resigned; Alpheus 
White, lieutenant, vice N. Wright, promoted; Malachi Van Dusen, 
ensign, vice White, promoted. 

GREENE COUNTY. 

Forty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

James Tyler, major. 

Captains — Deliverance B. Flarvey, William Post. 

Gilbert Pearse, lieutenant; Pierce U. McKean, ensign. 

Alfred Lockwood, captain; Darius Winans, lieutenant; Jacob 
Kniskern, ensign; David Cornwell, ensign. 

Roland Root, captain; David Francis, junior, lieutenant; Ebenezer 
Brackctt, junior, ensign; Ransom Barker, ensign. 

Jacob Patrie, captain; John Commer, lieutenant; Horris Austin, 
lieutenant. 



State Historian. 2263 

One Hundred and Sixteenth regiment of infantry: 

Wyllys Hosford, major; Harvey Camp, surgeon. 

David Johnson, junior, captain; John Rice, lieutenant; Asahel 
Whitcomb, ensign. 

Jacob S. Scofield, captain; Joseph H. Miller, lieutenant; Ezekiel 
Griffen, ensign. 

Smith Hopkins, captain; Timothy Baldwin, lieutenant; Fowler 
Newton, ensign. 

Orrin Parsons, captain. 

Fifth regiment of artillery: 

Zadock Pratt, junior, captain; Alvin Bushnell, first lieutenant; 
Ransom Wolcut, second lieutenant. 

Battalion of riflemen attached to the Thirty-seventh brigade 
(commanded by Major Mark Spencer): 

Francis N. Wilson, adjutant; William Haight, paymaster. 

David Winans, captain; Stephen F. Cherritree, lieutenant; Zadock 
Newman, ensign. 

George Wickes, captain; Benjamin P. Burhans, lieutenant; Zerah 
Jenkins, ensign; Henry Edwards, ensign. 

Sixth regiment of infantry: 

Anthony C. Hoghtaling, lieutenant colonel; Ambrose Kirtland, 
major. 

Light Infantry — Samuel King, captain; Russell Judson, lieu- 
tenant; Ephraim A. Bogardus, ensign. 

Obadiah Caldwell, lieutenant; David Hall, ensign; Charles Bart- 
lett, ensign. 

One Hundred and Tenth regiment of infantry: 

John McCarty, colonel; John W. Prosser, lieutenant colonel; 
Andrew Whitbeck, major; Abraham Verplanck, adjutant; Charles 
McMullen, quartermaster; Barent Ten Eyck, paymaster. 



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1821. 



2264 Annual Report of the 

Archibald Stephens, junior, captain; Abraham Snyder, lieutenant; 
Samuel Niles, ensign. 

ESSEX COUNTY. 

Thirty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Light Infantry — Silas C. Perry, captain; Noble Clemons, lieu- 
tenant; James S. Whallon, ensign. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

Thirteenth brigade of infantry: 

George Brown, assistant hospital surgeon. 

One Hundred and Thirty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

George Standard, ensign, vice Gibbs, moved. 

John Wyley, lieutenant, vice Shead, resigned; Luther Jewett, 
ensign, vice Wyley, promoted; Noah E. King, lieutenant, vice Tis- 
dale, resigned; Lorenzo Graham, ensign, vice Dickson, resigned. 

Nathaniel Odle, captain, vice Jones, resigned; Andrew C. Bettis, 
lieutenant, vice Odle, promoted. 

Ensigns — Walter Cone, vice Bettis, promoted; John M. Capron; 
Albert P. Brayton. 

One Hundred and Fifty-seventh regiment of infantry : 

Henry Smith, surgeon, vice Brown, promoted; Handly W. Bush- 
nell, surgeon's mate, vice Smith, promoted. 

Chauncey Lee, lieutenant, vice Martin, moved; Henry Wright, 
ensign, vice Lee, promoted. 

Richard S. Bainbridge, captain, vice Hukins, declined; John Dow, 
lieutenant, vice Bainbridge, promoted. 

Asa Hamlin, junior, captain, vice Simmons, declining; Beriah 
Allen, lieutenant, vice Hamlin, promoted; George Swan, ensign, vice 
Allen, promoted. 

Sixty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

. .• Park, lieutenant colonel, vice Abbott, resigned; Jesse 



State Historian. 2265 

Humaston, major, vice Park, promoted; Charles Holdridge, pay- 
master, vice Perkins, resigned; Joshua Ransom, surgeon, vice Rath- 
bun, deceased; Abiram Parker, surgeon's mate, vice Ransom, 
promoted. 

Captains — Linus Parker; Henry N. Halstead, vice Humaston, 
promoted; Henry Warner, vice Wood, resigned; Gates Miller, vice 
Wadhams, declined; Lent M. Upson, vice Penfield, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Otis Wheelock, vice Holstead, promoted; Daniel 
Stacy, vice W T arner, promoted; Arad Wells, vice Miller, promoted; 
Clark Crawford; Fowler Penfield, vice Upson, promoted; Lyman 
Curtis, vice Stacy, promoted. 

Ensigns — Chauncey Woodruff, vice Penfield, promoted; Alvro 
Matthews, vice Wells, promoted; Amos Woodworth; John P. Hal- 
stead, vice Wheelock, promoted. 

One Hundred and Fortieth regiment of infantry: 

Amos Roberts, colonel, vice Avery, resigned; Amos Norton, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Roberts, promoted; Henry Harsey, major, vice 
Grave, resigned. 

Samuel Jewett, captain, vice Norton, promoted; Franklin New- 
bury, lieutenant, vice Jewett, promoted; William Ferguson, ensign, 
vice Newbury, promoted. 

Stephen Salsbury, captain, vice Harsey, promoted; Reuben Tower, 
lieutenant, vice R. Tower, promoted; Benjamin Southwick, ensign, 
vice Tower, promoted. 

John I. Mabbett, captain, vice Pratt, moved; Artimas L. Newton, 
lieutenant, vice Mabbatt, promoted; James I. Budlong, ensign, vice 
Newton, promoted; Harlow Marsh, ensign, vice Luce, moved. 

Light Infantry — Sion Rhodes, captain, vice B. Rhodes, re- 
signed; Jonathan Greene, lieutenant, vice Rhodes, promoted; John 
Budlong, ensign, vice Greene, moved. 



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1821. 



2266 Annual Report of the 

ulster county. 

Ninety-second regiment of infantry: 

Reuben Deyo, quartermaster, vice Smith, declining; Merriteus 
Wirtz, surgeon, vice J. Wirtz, resigned; John Bogardus, surgeon's 
mate, vice M. Wirtz, promoted. 

Stephen W. Sidney, captain, vice Ransom, moved. 

Lieutenants — Peter Werden, vice Gidney, promoted ; Gilbert Wil- 
liams, vice Ostrander, promoted. 

Ensigns — Thomas Merrit, vice Dubois, declining; John J. Deyo, 
vice Werden, promoted; Joshua M. Reynolds, vice Clearwater, 
moved. 

Thomas B. Smith, captain, vice Deyo, resigned; William C. 
Reach, ensign, vice R. Deyo, promoted. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Twenty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Alexander Ross, colonel, vice Jansen, refusing to do duty; Alex- 
ander Kidd, lieutenant colonel, vice Ross, promoted; Jansen Bruyn, 
quartermaster. 

ULSTER COUNTY. 

Derick Roosa, junior, major, vice Kidd, promoted; Jacob R. 
Hardenbergh, paymaster, vice Kain, incapable of duty. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

James Bushfield, captain, vice Wood, resigned; Jacob Snider,. 
lieutenant, vice Bushfield, promoted; Sidney S. Wood, ensign. 

Archibald Hunter, captain, vice Sloat, resigned; Arthur Sloat, 
lieutenant, vice Hunter, promoted; Aaron Smith, ensign. 

William Jordan, captain, vice Millspaugh, moved; Andrew Mc- 
Curdv, lieutenant, vice Jordan, promoted; Daniel Barkley, ensign. 

David Bull, captain, vice Thompson, resigned; Alexander Mc- 
Creery, lieutenant, vice Bull, promoted; William S. Cross, ensign. 



State Historian. --' r >7 

1821. 
ULSTER COUNTY. 

James R. Hunter, captain, vice Roosa, promoted; John Whitten, 
lieutenant, vice Hunter, promoted. 

Lewis Gasharie, captain, vice Goodjoin, resigned; Daniel Taylor, 
lieutenant, vice Gasharie, promoted; Cornelius Smedes, ensign, vice 
Taylor, promoted. 

Cornelius P. Brink, captain, vice Vankeuren, moved; William 
McCreery, lieutenant, vice Brink, promoted; Cornelius A. Bruyn, 
ensign, vice McCreery, promoted. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Fifth regiment of infantry: 

Stacy Beaks, lieutenant colonel, vice Penney, resigned; Abraham 
Wilkin, major, vice Beaks, promoted; Abraham Hunter, adjutant, 
vice Walsh, resigned. 

Jason Corwin, captain, vice Wilkin, promoted; John White, lieu- 
tenant, vice Corwin, promoted; Henry Moore, ensign, vice White, 
promoted. 

Benjamin McCutchin, captain, vice Pennoyer, resigned; Miller 
Van Keuren, lieutenant, vice McCutchin, promoted; John McBride, 
ensign, vice Van Keuren, promoted. 

Samuel W. Eager, lieutenant, vice Conger, promoted; Nathaniel 
Bailey, ensign, vice Murray, moved; Moses Smith, ensign, vice 
Bodine, moved. 

Fourteenth regiment of infantry: 

Daniel Tooker, lieutenant colonel, vice Butterworth, promoted. 

ULSTER COUNTY. 

Zadock Lewis, major, vice Tooker, promoted. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Alexander Blake, adjutant, vice Seymour, declined. 



1821. 



2268 Annual Report of the 

ulster county. 

Abraham D. Soper, captain, vice Lewis, promoted; Lorton H. 
Lewis, lieutenant, vice Soper, promoted; Charles Craft, ensign, vice 
Merritt, resigned. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Isaac N. Seymour, lieutenant, vice Farrington, resigned; Elijah 
Sneden, ensign, vice Seymour, promoted; William S. Holmes, en- 
sign, vice Merritt, declining. 

Charles H. Sly, captain, vice Burnett, resigned; Thomas G. Shaw, 
ensign, vice Sly, promoted. 

David Humphrey, captain, vice Dusenberry, moved; George 
Andrews, lieutenant, vice Humphrey, promoted. 

Frederick W. Farnam, ensign light infantry, vice Phelps, moved. 

John W. Brown, captain, vice Bate, resigned. 

Thirty-fourth brigade of infantry: 

Joshua Conger, paymaster, vice Tooker, resigned. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

Thirty-third regiment of infantry: 

Barney Davids, paymaster, vice Strang, deceased; Henry Strang, 
adjutant, vice Odell, promoted. 

Captains — Caleb Holstead, vice Hains, resigned; Timothy Have- 
land, vice Purdy, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Elisha Horton, vice J. Horton, moved; John P. 
Guion; Robert Wright. 

Ensigns — George Wildey; John Hart; Garret Brown, vice 
Foshay, resigned; Henry D. Taylor. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Forty-fifth brigade of infantry: 

Frederick W. Rhinelander, inspector, vice Hagerman, promoted. 



State Historian. 2269 

Eighty-second regiment of infantry: 

Ensigns — James Patterson, Thomas Parsells, junior, Roe Lock- 
wood, Edmund Blunt, Henry Chesebrough, John Halsey, junior. 

Ninety-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Samuel S. Kuypers, surgeon, vice Bibby, resigned. 

Captains, with rank from November 10, 1820 — Charles L. Living- 
ston, vice Lefferts, promoted; William Newton, vice Morris, pro- 
moted. 

Lieutenants — John F. Pierson, vice Kip, promoted; Gerrit G. 
Van Wagenen, vice Livingston, promoted; Christopher R. Robert, 
vice Clark, promoted; James Nelson Codwise, vice Clarkson. 

George Wilkes, ensign, vice Skillman. 

One Hundred and Ninety-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Robert L. Wilson, captain, vice Johnson, declined. 

Lieutenants — Henry Munro, vice Clark, declined; George W. 
Warner; Jesse Hoyt; Junius H. Hatch; Jonathan Kittredge; 
Thomas Wills, junior; George W. Smith. 

William N. Gibert, ensign. 

CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Sixty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Captains — Russel Fitch, vice Averill, moved; William Sage, vice 
Johnson, moved. 

Lieutenants — Samuel Barker, vice Sage, promoted; Ebenezer 
Eaton, vice Fitch, promoted; Nathaniel Holt, vice Mack, moved; 
Hall Spink, vice Trask, resigned; Thaddeus Barnard, vice Barret, 
moved. 

Ensigns — William Wilcox, vice Barnard, promoted; Jacob B. 
Pell, vice Barker, promoted; Joseph Kenyon, vice Iiolt, promoted; 
Ezra Converse, vice Spink, promoted; Stephen Palmer, vice Eaton, 
promoted. 



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22-0 Annual Report of the 

One Hundred and Ninety-sixth regiment of infantry: 

William Bell, lieutenant colonel; Stephen Prendergast, major; 
John Dexter, adjutant. 

Riflemen — Joshua R. Babcock, captain; George Hall, lieutenant; 
Almon Harrison, ensign. 

Captains — Samuel Hall, Francis Dorchester. 

Lieutenants — Joseph Foster, Daniel Clark. 

Gordon Watels, ensign. 

CORTLAND COUNTY. 

Sixteenth regiment of artillery: 

Chester Boies, second lieutenant, vice Stone, moved. 

Fifty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Lewis Riggs, surgeon, vice Lynde, promoted; George W. Brad- 
ford, surgeon's mate, vice Riggs, promoted. 

Andrew Burr, captain, vice Webb, resigned; Lyman Darby, lieu- 
tenant, vice Burr, promoted; Benjamin Drake, ensign. 

Russell M. Burdick, lieutenant, vice Maxon, resigned; Wilber 
Talman, ensign, vice Burdick, promoted. 

Henry Stephens, captain, vice Lynde, aide to general; David 
Campbell, lieutenant, vice Stephens, promoted; William R. Bennet, 
ensign; Caleb Hitchcock, ensign, vice McNiel, resigned. 

Thirty-sixth brigade of infantry: 

John Lynde, assistant hospital surgeon. 

One Hundred and Eighty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Jacob Hemmingway, lieutenant colonel, vice Acker, resigned; 
James Chatterton, major, vice Hemmingway, promoted; Horace 
Brownson, surgeon's mate. 

Mordecai Low. surgeon; William W. Powers, chaplain; Josiah 
Hart, paymaster. 



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Alanson Brown, captain, vice Root, resigned; John Chapil, lieu- 
tenant, vice Brown, promoted; Hiram Rocwell, ensign. 

John Turner, captain, vice Palmer, resigned; Charles Leach, lieu- 
tenant, vice Turner, promoted; Jonathan Leach, ensign; John C. 
Bailey, ensign, vice Robinson, moved. 

John Morse, captain, vice Cooley, resigned; Nathan Heaton, lieu- 
tenant, vice Morse, promoted; Aaron Abbot, ensign; John S. Per- 
kins, ensign. 

Abner Bruce, captain; Ira Woods, lieutenant; Stephen Hyatt, 
ensign; Edmond H. Robinson, lieutenant. 

Sixteenth regiment of artillery: 

Samuel Hull, first lieutenant; Harmon Swetland, second 
lieutenant. 

One Hundred and Twenty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Henry Patrick, captain, vice Benjamin, resigned; Thomas Hamil- 
ton, lieutenant, vice Patrick, promoted; Aaron Couch, ensign; Elea- 
zer Davis, junior, ensign. 

Adin Durkee, lieutenant, vice Stevens, moved; Lester Greeman, 
ensign, vice Durkee, promoted. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Seventy-first regiment of infantry: 

Robert B. Sutton, quartermaster, vice Upson Dorsey, who is 
hereby superseded. 

Jeduthan Humphrey, captain. 

Lieutenants — Justus Swift, Otho Beal, Moses B. Whitmore, Loren 
Stiles. 

Ensigns — Joseph Hull, Elias W. Frisbay, Eli Dickinson, Fairman 
White. 

Thirty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Thomas Rogers, second, colonel, vice White, promoted; James S. 



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22~ 2 Annual Report of the 

Stoddard, lieutenant colonel, vice Rogers, promoted; Enos Palmer, 
major, vice Stoddard, promoted; Frederick U. Sheffield, adjutant; 
Orrin White, quartermaster; Stephen Reeves, paymaster. 

Captains — Amariah Ravvson, vice Palmer, promoted ; Archer Gal- 
lowey; Alexander R. Galloway; William Wilcox, second; Nathaniel 
H. Beckwith. 

Lieutenants — George Boyinton, Andrew G. Low, George Beck- 
with, Ambrose Salsbury, William R. Sanford, Stephen McDonald, 
Halsey B. Scovill. 

Ensigns — William D. W'ylie, Maltby Clark, Durfee Chase, Horace 
Hill, Luther Reeves. 

Eleventh regiment of infantry: 

Dudley Marvin, colonel, vice Bunnell, resigned; William D. Mur- 
ray, lieutenant colonel, vice Beebe, resigned; Oliver Rose, major, 
vice Marvin, promoted; Leicester Phelps, adjutant; Holloway Hay- 
wood, quartermaster. 

Captains — Ephraim Watkins, Thaddeus Remington, Peter C. 
Brown, Augustus Sackett (light infantry). 

Lieutenants — Jonathan P. Couch, Alfred T. Welton, Morey 
Aldrich, Orlando Morse, Prescott Sanger. 

Ensigns — Daniel Clark, Asa Hawley, George Howland, Horace 
Taylor, Larry Knickerbacker. 

Eorty-second regiment of infantry: 

Charles Jillct, captain, vice Havens, resigned; Charles Buckbee, 
lieutenant, vice Jillet, promoted; John Crawford, junior, ensign, vice 
Buckbee, promoted. 

Battalion of riflemen in the county of Ontario commanded by 
Major Peter Westfall: 

•race D. Williams, adjutant; Benjamin Heartwell, quarter- 
master. 



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James Spooner, captain, vice Ostrander, resigned; Zalmon A. 
Disbrow, first lieutenant, vice Spooner, promoted; George Van 
Auken, first lieutenant, vice Whitney, resigned; Samuel C. Codding- 
ton, second lieutenant, vice Van Auken, promoted. 

Fourth regiment of infantry: 

Samuel Gillis, adjutant; John W. Wilcox, paymaster. 

David Paull, lieutenant; Amos Brunson, junior, ensign, vice Paull, 
promoted; Jonathan Chase, ensign, vice Gillis, promoted. 

Twenty-second regiment of infantry: 

Solomon Goodale, chaplain. 

Elijah Arnold, captain, vice Colby, resigned; Paul W. Hazen, 
lieutenant, vice Arnold, promoted; Isaac P. White, ensign, vice 
Hazen, promoted. 

Jonathan Waters, captain, vice Spencer, resigned; Enos Gilbert, 
lieutenant, vice Waters, promoted; Pliney Ackley, ensign; Randal 
Andrews, ensign. 

Aaron R. Wheeler, captain; David Wheaton, lieutenant, vice Bis- 
sel, resigned; Osee M. Goodale, ensign. 

Harvey Bissel, captain; Noadiah Case, lieutenant, vice Bissel, pro- 
moted; Samuel S. Case, ensign, vice N. Case, promoted. 

Isaac Crawford, captain; David V. Bissel, lieutenant, vice Craw- 
ford, promoted; Preston D. Bentley, ensign, vice Bissel, promoted. 

Eli Brown, captain; Job Wood, lieutenant, vice Hatch, resigned; 
Moses Frost, ensign. 

Fifty-second regiment of infantry: 

Sylvanus Lathrop, adjutant; Jabez Matthews, paymaster, vice 
Bush, promoted. 

David Bush, captain; Horace Titus, lieutenant; Henry Swift, 
ensign, vice Dickerson, resigned; Justin Riley, ensign. 

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2274 Annual Report of the 

Ninety-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Ezekiel J. Chapman, chaplain. 

Light Infantry — Joshua Whitney, captain; Robert Dixon, lieu- 
tenant; Elisha Clark, ensign. 

Peter Stiles, captain; Samuel Chapin, lieutenant, vice Stiles, pro- 
moted; Zenas Whiting, ensign, vice Chapin, promoted; Joel Rob- 
erts, lieutenant; Jacob Price, ensign, vice Roberts, promoted. 

TIOGA COUNTY. 

Fifty-third regiment of infantry: 

Ezekiel Rich, paymaster, vice Shoemaker, moved. 

James Pomeroy, captain, vice Delano, resigned; Elijah N. Ban- 
craft, lieutenant, vice Pomeroy, promoted; Loring Higbe, ensign, 
vice Bancraft, promoted; Justus Brown, ensign. 

Riflemen — Jacob M. McCormick, captain; Harmon Pumpilly 
(Pumpelly), lieutenant; Jesse Turner, ensign. 

BROOME COUNTY. 

Third regiment of infantry: 

Luman Richards, colonel, vice Parsons, resigned; Ebby Hyde, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Richards, promoted; George Beckwith, 
junior, major, vice Barns, declined; Orlan Scoville, quartermaster; 
Pelatiah B. Brooks, surgeon. 

Captains — Sewall Stoddard, vice Hyde, promoted; Thomas Carey, 
vice Temple, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Hiram West, vice Carey, promoted; Charles Lan- 
ders, vice Stoddard, promoted; Luman Sweatland, vice Matthewson, 
declined. 

Ensigns— Truman Shaw; Elias McNiel, vice Scoville, promoted; 
Silas Tracey, vice West, promoted; Joseph Warner, vice Seatland, 
promoted. 



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1821. 

Riflemen— Thomas C. Waterman, captain; John T. Doubleday, 
lieutenant; Hazard Lewis, ensign. 

Battalion of infantry in the comity of Broome commanded by 
Major Leman Mason: 

Frederick M. Xewland, adjutant, vice Harpur, promoted. 

Riflemen — Clarendon Bowman, captain, vice Stow, resigned; 
Chester S. Badger, lieutenant, vice Bowman, promoted; Joseph 
Edwards, ensign, vice Badger, promoted. 

De La Fayette Cross, lieutenant; Carlisle Randall, ensign, vice 
Prentice, resigned; John Peters, ensign. 

Riflemen — Robert Harpur, junior, captain; Thomas Blakeslee, 
lieutenant: Judson Allen, ensign. 

Forty-first brigade of infantry: 

Amasa Dana, judge advocate; Stephen B. Leonard, quartermas- 
ter, vice Talcott, declined. 

OSWEGO COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Sixty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Daniel Sykes, colonel, vice Gillespie, promoted; William Yorce, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Kent, declined; Samuel Dunlap, major, vice 
Gurley, declined; Allen Andrus, surgeon, vice Morrison, moved; 
Silas Harmon, paymaster. 

Thomas S. Meacham, captain, vice Sykes, promoted; Isaac Price, 
lieutenant, vice Meacham, promoted; Lyman B. Campbell, ensign, 
vice Price, promoted; Ezra F. Stevens, ensign, vice Yarrington, 
declined. 

Labin Allen, captain, vice Comstock, moved; Samuel Plumb, lieu- 
tenant, vice Allen, promoted; Loath Allen, ensign, vice Plumb, 
promoted. 

Joel Savage, junior, captain, vice Norton, moved; Isaac Higbie, 



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2276 Annual Report of the 

lieutenant, vice Savage, promoted; Sherman Hosmer, ensign, vice 
Higbie promoted. 

Riflemen— Reuben Snyder, captain, vice Vorce, promoted: John 
Greenwood, first lieutenant, vice Snyder, promoted; Peter Hinman, 
second lieutenant, vice Greenwood, promoted; Ralph Price, ensign, 
vice Hinman, promoted. 

J( >hn Douglass, captain; Hiel Richards, lieutenant; John H. Bulen, 
ensign. 

Reuben Bourne, captain; Samuel W. Johnson, lieutenant; Ebene- 
zer H. Shumway, ensign. 

One Hundred and Eighty-second regiment of infantry: 

William Goit, adjutant, vice Alfred, resigned; George F. Falley, 
quartermaster; Jabin Wood, paymaster; Luther Cowing, surgeon's 

mate. 

Andrew Place, captain, vice Lindsley, resigned; William Marvin, 
lieutenant, vice Place, promoted; Peter Taylor, ensign, vice Marvin, 

promoted. 

William S. Fitch, captain, vice Douglass, moved; Reuben Hola- 
day, lieutenant, vice Fitch, promoted; Orrin Whitney, ensign, vice 
Holadav, promoted; John Robbins, lieutenant; Elisha A. Hubbard, 

ensign. 

Kingsbury E. Sanford, captain; Willis R. Spencer, lieutenant; 

Leman Carrier, ensign. 

Lovit Johnson, captain ; Nathaniel C. Morgan, ensign. 

Theophilus S. Morgan, captain, vice Reed, resigned; Hiram Whit- 
ford, lieutenant, vice Morgan, promoted; Ephraim Woolson, ensign, 
vice Whitford, promoted. 

Joel Wright, captain, vice Goodel, resigned; John Gasper, lieu- 
tenant, vice Wright, promoted; Simeon Coe, ensign, vice Gasper, 
promoted; Benjamin Spencer, ensign. 



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ONONDAGA AND OSWEGO COUNTIES. 

One Hundred and Seventy-second regiment of infantry : 

John Butler, colonel, vice Tappcn, moved; Edward Bronson, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Butler, promoted; Asa Baker, major; Reuben 
Porter, adjutant, vice Bronson, promoted; John Buck, paymaster. 

Light Infantry — Stephen W. Baldwin, captain, vice Baker, pro- 
moted; William R. N. Warren, lieutenant, vice Porter, adjutant; 
John Hicks, junior, ensign, vice Warren, promoted. 

George Emerick, captain, vice P. Emerick, promoted; Caleb 
Sweet, lieutenant, vice G. Emerick, promoted: Thomas Farrington. 
ensign, vice Sweet, promoted. 

William Dewey, captain, vice Bowen, moved; Richard Smith, lieu- 
lenant, vice Dewey, promoted; John Scott, ensign, vice Smith, 
promoted. 

Erastus Todd, captain, vice Grant, first judge; Robert Cooley, 
lieutenant, vice Todd, promoted; Carlos Cotton, ensign, vice 
Cooley, promoted. 

Asa Dudley, captain; John Brill, lieutenant, vice Dudley, pro- 
moted; Amos Fields, ensign, vice Brill, promoted. 

John Miller, captain; Morris Green, lieutenant; Austin Eastman, 
ensign. 

Samuel Colby, captain; Henry C. Miller, lieutenant, vice Colby, 
promoted; Nehemiah B. Northrop, ensign, vice Miller, promoted. 

CAYUGA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fifty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Alexander Price, major, vice Horton, resigned. 

Light Infantry — Seth Maltby, captain, vice Loomis, resigned; 
Aurelius Wheeler, lieutenant, vice Maltby, promoted: William 
Turner, ensign, vice Wheeler, promoted. 



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22-8 Annual Report of the 

Cornelius Cuvkendal, captain, vice Price, promoted. 

Lieutenants — Abraham Van Auken, vice Cuvkendal. promoted; 
Almerin H. Cole, vice Colt, promoted. 

Ensigns — Grant Price, vice Van Auken, promoted; John 
Oliphant, junior, vice Hardenbergh. promoted; Orin Arnold, vice 
Polhemus, deceased. 

Martin Tichenor, captain, with rank from March 27, 1819. 

One Hundred and Sixty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Theophilus Emerson, major, vice Savery, declining; Chancey 
Smith, quartermaster. 

Gardner Jeffries, ensign ; Andrew Rasmussen, lieutenant. 

One Hundred and Ninth regiment of infantry: 

Ezra Hough, major, vice Sharp, moved; Charles E. Ford, sur- 
geon, vice Amiable, resigned: Silas N. Hall, surgeon's mate, vice 
Ford, promoted. 

Isaac Honeywell, captain, vice Hough, promoted; Isaac Kennedy, 
lieutenant, vice Conger, resigned: Lyman Barber, lieutenant, vice 
Honeywell, promoted; John Locke, ensign, vice Goodrich, resigned; 
Ralph Barber, ensign, vice Shaw, moved. 

Twenty-first regiment of infantry: 

Simeon Culver, lieutenant colonel, vice Hewitt, declining; Ezekiel 
Parker, major, vice Southworth, resigned; Wait H. Davis, adjutant, 
vice Bradley, declining; Lewis Robinson, quartermaster, vice 
Alwood, promoted; Joseph Bishop, paymaster, vice Hoskins, 
promoted. 

ptains — John Babcock, vice Culver, promoted; Leonard Hos- 
kins. vice Parker, promoted ; Nathaniel Alwood, vice Downs, 
resigned. 

Lieutenants — Joshua Bayley, vice Babcock, promoted; William 
Elliot, vice Shaw, moved; Robert Sharpsteen, vice Wright, moved; 



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John S. Tone, vice Parker, moved; Henry Clark, vice Alwood, 
promoted. 

Ensigns — Hiram Rathbun, vice Walbridge, moved; George Bab- 
cock, vice Bayley, promoted; Barney Bush, vice Randall, resigned; 
James Boughton, vice Clark, promoted. 

Riflemen — Burnet Cook, captain, vice Squires, moved; John Rob- 
bins, captain, vice Coe, moved; Owen Eddy, lieutenant, vice Rob- 
bins, promoted; Andrew Milligan, lieutenant, vice Cook, promoted; 
Edwin Avery, ensign. 

Eighteenth regiment of artillery: 

Howard Soule, second lieutenant. 

Company of horse artillery in the county of Cayuga: 

Cyrus Loomis, captain; Zimri Marsh, first lieutenant; John 
Rooks, second lieutenant; Salmon Cone, cornet. 

Thirteenth regiment of cavalry- 
Simeon P. Strong, colonel; Robert T. Shaw, lieutenant colonel; 
Samuel Hoskins, junior, major; Abraham V. E. Young, adjutant; 
Gilbert Babcock, paymaster; Joseph Shaw, quartermaster; Nathaniel 
Aspinwall, surgeon. 

Daniel J. Shaw, captain, vice R. T. Shaw, promoted; Ebenezer 
Bronson, second lieutenant, vice Shaw, promoted; Nicholas Town- 
ley, second lieutenant, vice Bronson, promoted; Samuel Crosby, 
cornet, vice Townley, promoted. 

Levi Lewis, captain, vice Porter, resigned; Ephraim Hammond, 
first lieutenant, vice Child, moved; Abraham Y. E. Young, second 
lieutenant, vice Lewis, promoted; Benjamin C. Cox, cornet, vice 
Morley, moved. 

NIAGARA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Sixty-third regiment of infantry: 
Riflemen — George W. Howel, captain; Alpheus Saunders, lieu- 
tenant; Printice Hewet, ensign. 



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2280 Annual Report of the 

otsego county. 
Sixtieth regiment of infantry: 

Riflemen — Samuel V. Dunbar, captain; Henry Page, lieutenant; 
Cyrus Hudson, ensign. 

STEUBEN COUNTY. 

Ninety-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Riflemen — William Hamilton, captain: John W. Fowler, lieuten- 
ant: Tertullus Campbell, ensign. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Sixth regiment of artillery: 

Elijah Gray, captain, vice McMillan, resigned; John Simpson, 
first lieutenant, vice Gray, promoted; Henry Ham, second lieutenant, 
vice Simpson, promoted. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Rufus S. Waite, surgeon. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

James W. Porter, surgeon's mate. 

DUTCHESS COUNTY. 

Fourth regiment of artillery : 
Ezra Hoit, second lieutenant. 

CLINTON COUNTY. 

Seventeenth regiment of artillery: 

Claudius M. Standish, captain, vice Belding. resigned; George 
Merriman, junior, first lieutenant, vice Standish, promoted; Shubel 
Benedict, junior, second lieutenant, vice Merriman; Philip B. Rob- 

-, second lieutenant, vice Beach, declined. 

ESSEX COUNTY. 

Harvey Clark, first lieutenant, vice Moore, declined; Bush Fitch, 
second lieutenant. 



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genesee county. 
Seventh regiment of artillery: 

Holloway Long, captain; Josiah M. Goodman, first lieutenant; 
Leonard Morse, second lieutenant. 

CHENANGO COUNTY. 

Company of horse artillery in the county of Chenango com- 
manded by Captain Henry Deforest: 

Asa Calkins, second lieutenant; Sylvester Walker, cornet. 

SCHENECTADY COUNTY. 

Battalion of horse artillery commanded by Major Elisha Taylor: 

Joseph Consalus, captain, vice Toll, resigned; John G. Veeder, 
first lieutenant; John McKee, second lieutenant; Edward Yates, 
cornet. 

First regiment of artillery: 

Jonathan C. Burnham, second lieutenant, vice Aylsworth, moved. 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

Company of horse artillery in the county of Genesee : 
David Scott, captain; Elijah Piatt, first lieutenant; Timothy Fitch, 
second lieutenant. 

TIOGA COUNTY. 

Eighteenth regiment of artillery: 

John H. Burritt, captain; William Stone, first lieutenant; Uriah 
Parsons, second lieutenant. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Battalion of riflemen in the county of Madison commanded by 
Major Bennet Bicknell: 

Charles Crane, quartermaster, vice Niles, resigned. 

Abiather Gates, second lieutenant, vice Gilman, resigned; Silas 
Hopkins, ensign, vice Farnsworth, resigned. 



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22Sj Annual Report of the 

ontario county. 
Fourth brigade of artillery: 
Charles A. Williamson, quartermaster. 

CAYUGA COUNTY. 

Eighteenth regiment of artillery: 

Solomon Porter, major, vice Larraway, resigned. 

David E. Morris, captain, vice Porter, promoted; Daniel Lester, 

captain, vice Clark, resigned; Ebenezer A. Lester, first lieutenant; 

John G. Clark, second lieutenant. 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

Seventh regiment of artillery: 
Thomas Treat, second lieutenant. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Nineteenth regiment of artillery: 

David Shephard, adjutant; Ephriam W. Cherry, surgeon's mate; 
William S. Dezeng. paymaster. 

Benjamin B. Brown, captain, vice Shattuck, resigned; Abraham P. 
Vosburgh, first lieutenant: Isaac Gamble, second lieutenant. 

OTSEGO COUNTY. 

Twelfth regiment of artillery: 

Ziba Burch, major; Samuel Chase, adjutant; Frederick J. Tiffany, 
chaplain; Tared Ingals, quartermaster; George Tuckerman, paymas- 
ter: Christopher Palmer, second, surgeon's mate. 

tra Wheeler, captain: Isaiah Thurber, first lieutenant; Daniel G. 
Cook, second lieutenant: Joseph Bcardsley, first lieutenant; William 
Pringle, second lieutenant. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Battalion of horse artillery in the count} of Madison commanded 
by Major Levi Love: 



State Historian'. 2283 

David Beechcr, second, major, vice Bruce, resigned. 

Solomon Bruce, captain, vice Beecher, promoted; Earnhardt 
Nellis, first lieutenant, vice Brown, promoted; Willis I fall, second 
lieutenant, vice Nellis, promoted; Thomas Tuthill, cornet, vice 
Olcott, resigned. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Ninth regiment of artillery: 

John Q. Wynkoop, surgeon's mate. 

Captains — Job G. Williams, vice Peck, deceased; John H. 
Remsen. 

First lieutenants — James Seguine, Francis L. Lane, Isaac Labagh, 
junior, Theophilus Anthony, John P. Stagg, Peter Palmer. 

Second lieutenants — John Seaman, Cornelius Brower. 

Third regiment of artillery: 

George Newson, surgeon, with rank from February 17, 1S20; 
Lawrence Proudfoot, surgeon's mate, do do do. 

Captains — Silas Upson, vice Graham, deceased; Jeremiah 
Meserole, vice Burlock, resigned; Joseph P. Turner, vice Hartman, 
resigned; Samuel D. Vandenburgh, with rank from February 17, 
1820. 

First lieutenants — John D. Robinson, with rank from February 
17, 1820; Ebenezer R. Dupignac, do do do; John P. Plaine, vice 
Upson, promoted; Henry Keyser, vice Frink, resigned; Leonard 
Reed, vice Meserole, promoted; David Price, vice Hoyt, resigned; 
Samuel T. McKenney, vice Turner, promoted. 

Second lieutenants — Nathan F. Arnold, Nathaniel Underbill, 
Andrew Van Orden, Rodney S. Church, John C. Morrison, Isaac 
Smith, Alfred Lockwood. 

William Appleby, cornet. 

Fourteenth regiment of artillery: 

Theodore F. Brett, colonel, vice Murray, resigned; John Meserole, 



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2284 Annual Report of the 

major, vice Brett, promoted; William H. Wetmore, adjutant, vice 
Graham, in line; James Suydam, junior, quartermaster, vice Kane, 
promoted. 

Captains — Henry P. Beers, vice Purdy, promoted; Charles M. 
Graham, vice Smith, deceased; William H. Wetmore; William 
Rockwell, vice Audler, resigned; Alexander H. Robertson, vice 
Abeel, resigned. 

First lieutenants — Benjamin P. Benson, vice Beers, promoted; 
Samuel W. Moore, vice Rockwell, promoted; Thomas C. Doremus, 
vice Wetmore, promoted. 

Second lieutenants — Isaac M. Hand, vice Benson, promoted; 
Nicholas R. Van Brunt, vice Staatzer, resigned; Augustus C. Rain- 
taux, vice Stevenson, promoted; Edward C. Priest, vice Doremus, 
promoted: John A. Van Buskirk, vice Robertson, promoted; John 
E. W. Stevenson, vice Graham, promoted. 

Cornets — Oliver Woodruff, vice Hand, promoted; William 
Schenck, vice Van Brunt, promoted. 

Second regiment of artillery: 

William C. Holly, quartermaster. 

Captains — Townsend W. Burtis, vice Halsted, resigned: William 
M. Titus, vice Boyd, resigned. 

First lieutenants — John A. Moore, vice Burtis, promoted; Wil- 
liam R. Hitchcock, vice Constantine, promoted. 

Second lieutenants — Leonard Hoffman, vice Hunt, resigned; Wil- 
liam C. Holly. 

Riflemen— Frederick L. Vultee, captain; Patrick Doherty, first 
lieutenant; Henry Biddle, second lieutenant. 

Richard Byrne, captain; Alexander Diwer, first lieutenant. 

Eleventh regiment of artillery: 

ah Mann, lieutenant colonel, vice Kumbel, resigned; Peter W. 



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Spice r, major, vice Mann, promoted; Prosper M. Wetmore, adju- 
tant, vice Thron, resigned; William B. Curtis, paymaster, vice Mix, 
in line; Abraham T. Hunter, surgeon, vice Tappen, resigned. 

Captains — Samuel C. Hyslop, vice Spicer, promoted; John Mount, 
vice Vreeland, resigned. 

First lieutenants — Prosper M. Wetmore, vice Kissam, resigned; 
Linus W. Stevens, vice Manning, resigned; David Hope, vice 
Mount, promoted; William McQueen, vice Turcott, resigned; 
Daniel L. Piatt, vice Lockwood, resigned; John G. Miller, vice 
Thorn, superseded. 

Second lieutenants — John H. Williams, vice Stevens, promoted; 
John Grenzeback, vice Hope, promoted; John Telfair. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

First brigade of horse artillery: 
Jacgb Odell, junior, paymaster. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

John B. Beck, assistant hospital surgeon. 

First regiment of horse artillery: 

Henry Arcularius, major; John B. Galatian, quartermaster, vice 
Rockwell, resigned. 

Captains — John McComb, vice Wollen, resigned; Henry Storms, 
vice Arcularius, promoted; John Cairns, junior, vice Theale, 
resigned. 

First lieutenants — William H. Miller, vice McComb, promoted; 
Thomas Flender, vice Storms, promoted; Benjamin Odell, vice 
Cairns, promoted. 

Second lieutenants — David L. Pinkney, vice Miller, promoted; 
Lawrence Wiseburn; Absalom Weeks, vice Odell, promoted. 

Cornets — Robert Carey, Henry Marsh, John Webbers. 



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2286 Annual Report of the 

kings county. 

William Bigelow. adjutant, vice Hutton, moved. 

David Hanson, captain, vice Bennet, resigned; Peter P. Schenck, 
first lieutenant, vice Hanson, promoted; Jacob M. Coope, second 
lieutenant, vice Schenck, promoted; Jeremiah V. Spader, cornet. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

Second regiment of horse artillery: 

Aaron H. Carpenter, captain, vice Lyon, moved; Abraham Ber- 
rian, first lieutenant, vice Odell, deceased; John Colyer, first lieu- 
tenant, vice Carpenter, promoted; Thomas Boice, second lieutenant, 
vice Berrian. promoted; George E. Warring, second lieutenant, vice 
Colyer, promoted; Monmouth Lyon, cornet, vice Boice, promoted; 
Schuyler Brush, cornet. 

A new brigade of artillery organized consisting of the Eighth, 
Fifteenth and Sixteenth regiments in the counties of Oneida, Her- 
kimer, Oswego, Jefferson, Lewis, St. Lawrence, Aladison, Chenango, 
Onondaga, Cortland and Broome and denominated the fifth brigade 
of artillery : 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

Theodore Sill, brigadier general; Herbert B. Mann, inspector; 
Charles P. Kirkland, judge advocate; Theodore S. Gold, quarter- 
master. 

Eighth regiment of artillery: 

1.' vi Lincoln, colonel, vice Sill, promoted; Michael Myers, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Lincoln, promoted; Thoma^ Gillaspie, major, 
vice Myers, promoted; Amos Robison, quartermaster, vice Gold, 
promoted; William Walcott, paymaster, vice Dexter, promoted; 
Calvin W. Smith, surgeon, vice Goodsell, promoted. 

Simeon X. Dexter, captain, vice Mann, promoted; John Powell, 
second lieutenant, vice Lacy, disabled. 



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oswego county. 
Elijah H. Ketchum, captain; Orrin Whitney, first lieutenant; 
David Goit, second lieutenant. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

William H. Gordon, captain, vice Jeffers, moved; Hosea Hamil- 
ton, first lieutenant, vice Gordon, promoted; Standish Barry, second 
lieutenant, vice Hamilton, promoted. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

Loring Knox, captain, vice Durkee, resigned; Salmon Parmelv, 
first lieutenant, vice Cook, deceased; Rodney Wells, second 
lieutenant. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

Marari W. Butterfield, captain, vice Gillespie, promoted; William 
Chase, first lieutenant, vice Butterfield, promoted; Salmon Petrie, 
second lieutenant, vice Chase, promoted. 

Sixteenth regiment of artillery: 

Joseph S. Fenton, colonel, vice Tubbs, resigned; Simon G. 
Throop, lieutenant colonel, vice Fenton, promoted. 

JEFFERSON, LEWIS AND ST. LAWRENCE COUNTIES. 

A new battalion of artillery organized and set off from the Eighth 
regiment and consisting of the companies in the counties of Jeffer- 
son, Lewis and St. Lawrence: 

Elisha Camp, major commandant. 

CHENANGO COUNTY. 

Sixteenth regiment of artillery- 
John Harris, captain, vice Bright, moved; John T. Hubbard, 

second lieutenant, vice Chamberlin, deceased. 

John C. Clark, captain; Chauncey Hoffman, first lieutenant; 

Philo Watkin, second lieutenant. 



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2288 Annual Report of the 

Obadiah G. Randall, captain; Isaac Fairchild. first lieutenant; 
William Rollo, second lieutenant. 

Samuel Wheeler, captain; John Titus, first lieutenant; James A. 
Glover, second lieutenant. 

Third brigade of artillery (consisting of the First, Fifth and 
Twelfth regiments in the counties of Delaware, Greene, Albany, 
Schoharie, Schenectady, Saratoga, Montgomery and Otsego): 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Peter C. Fox, brigadier general, vice Kirkland, resigned. 

One Hundred and Twenty-second regiment of infantry: 

Edward H. Barton, quartermaster, vice Cornwell, promoted; 
Deodatus Wright, paymaster, vice Bovee, moved. 

Joseph F. Spier, captain, vice Slocum, resigned; John J. Shew, 
lieutenant, vice Spier, promoted; John Cory, ensign, vice Shew, 
promoted. 

William Martin, lieutenant, vice Foote, promoted; Jacob G. Shew, 
ensign, vice Martin, promoted. 

Walter Wait, lieutenant, vice Durfee, promoted; George Sherman, 
ensign, vice Wait, promoted; Ashbell Cornwell, lieutenant light 
infantry, vice Manchester, moved. 

Albert Marsellius, captain, vice French, resigned; George H. 
Tuttle, lieutenant, vice Marsellius, promoted: John S. Crane, ensign, 
vice Tuttle, promoted. 

George Wright, captain, vice Davis, resigned; Calvin Rich, lieu- 
tenant, vice Wright, promoted; Justus Dunning, ensign, vice Rich, 
promoted. 

On< Hundred and Thirty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

John T. Wack. chaplain. 

Smith Adsit. lieutenant, vice Lane, moved: Nicholas F. Dunkle, 



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ensign, vice Adsit, promoted; Jacob P. Waggoner, ensign, vice 
Wilson, resigned. 

Nineteenth regiment of infantry: 

John Mosher, lieutenant, vice Clause, promoted; Oliver Higby, 
ensign, vice Mosher, promoted; Royal Aldrich, ensign, vice Sher- 
wood, promoted. 

Riflemen — Peter D. Fox, captain, vice Groff, moved; Peter P. 
Fox, first lieutenant, vice P. D. Fox, promoted; George Shaver, 
second lieutenant, vice P. P. Fox, promoted; Daniel Groff, ensign, 
vice Shaver, promoted. 

Light Infantry — Daniel Guiles, captain; John Quilhot, lieuten- 
ant; Nathan Loomis, ensign. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

Eighth regiment of infantry: 

Stephen Todd, colonel; Sylvanus Ayres, lieutenant colonel, vice 
Todd, promoted; Bryant Burwell, surgeon's mate, vice Frame, re- 
signed; Richard R. Smith, quartermaster, vice Mason, resigned. 

Light Infantry — Samuel Smith, captain, vice Marsh, resigned; 
Elkanah Richmond, lieutenant; John Lamberson, ensign. 

Smith Brayton, captain, vice Bowen, resigned; George Marvin, 
lieutenant; Barker Reeves, ensign. 

Fortieth regiment of infantry: 

Richard Hoover, captain, vice Petrie, moved; Peter P. Folts, lieu- 
tenant, vice Hover, promoted. 

Ensigns — Benjamin P. Churchill, vice Folts, promoted; John I. 
Timmerman ; Lawrence Widrig. 

Twenty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

John Wightman, colonel, vice Shoemaker, resigned; Isaac Mills, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Wightman, promoted; Isaac Crosby, major, 
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2290 Annual Report of the 

vice Mills, promoted; John L. John, junior, quartermaster, vice 
Rising, promoted. 

Isaac Woodworth, captain, vice Campbell, resigned; Dudley 
Wightman, lieutenant, vice Woodworth, promoted. 

Ensigns — Daniel Dygert, vice Wightman, promoted; Daniel 
Thayer, vice Willis, moved; John Joslin, junior, vice Wilber, pro- 
moted. 

Eli Day, lieutenant, vice Brown, resigned; Silas Nobles, ensign, 
vice Day, promoted. 

SCHENECTADY COUNTY. 

Fifty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Levi Benedict, captain, vice Clute, resigned; John Duane, lieu- 
tenant, vice Benedict, promoted. 

George Gordon, captain, vice Kelly, resigned; William Giffbrd, 
lieutenant, vice Gordon, promoted; John Furbeck, ensign, vice 
Gifford, promoted. 

Teunis Prime, captain, vice Tymesen. resigned; Richard Brum- 
aghim, ensign, vice Van Antwerp, promoted; Giles Fonda Yates, 
ensign, vice Duane, promoted. 

ROCKLAND COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Sixtieth regiment of infantry: 

John T. Yeury,* colonel; Matthias A.Concklin, lieutenant colonel; 
John T. Eckerson, major. 

Harmen Goetchius, captain; Janus Frederick, lieutenant; John 
Van Wart, ensign; John I. Johnson, lieutenant; Abraham A. Sarven, 
ensign. 

John Mackie, captain; James C. De Clarke, lieutenant; Thunis 
Cooper, junior, lieutenant; John G. Blauvelt, junior, ensign. 



' Also entered as John J. Yeory, John T. Young and John J. Youry. 



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David D. Brower, captain; Nichalos Gesner, junior, lieutenant; 

Charles Taulman, ensign. 

Eighty-third regiment of infantry: 

Adrian Onderdonk, lieutenant, vice Cooper, declining. 

Ensigns — John Storms, vice Fullwood, declining; Peter Sarven; 
Mangle Rail. 

ALLEGANY COUNTY. 

Fifty-second brigade of infantry: 

Oliver Coon, quartermaster, vice Willson, resigned. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Thirtieth regiment of infantry : 

Sands McCamley, lieutenant, with rank from July 8, 1819. 

SUFFOLK COUNTY. 

Thirty-third brigade of infantry: 

William Sydney Smith, quartermaster. 

One Hundred and Thirty-seventh regiment of infantry : 

Jonathan Gildersleeve, captain, vice Keelsey, resigned; Lemuel 
B. Rogers, lieutenant; John L. Hudson, ensign. 

Eliphalet Smith, captain, vice Moubray, resigned; William Nicoll, 
lieutenant. 

Smith Woodhull, captain; Philetus Vail, lieutenant; Elbert Arthur, 
ensign. 

One Hundred and Thirty-second regiment of infantry: 

John R. Satterly, colonel, vice Howell, resigned; John Woodhull, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Satterly, promoted; John M. Williamson, 
major, vice Woodhull, promoted; Thomas R. Smith, quartermaster, 
vice Havens, transferred. 

Davis Norton, captain, vice Overton, resigned; William C. Over- 
ton, lieutenant, vice Norton, promoted; John W. Roe, ensign, vice 
Overton, promoted. 



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Xathaniel Hawkins, captain, vice Williamson, promoted; Richard 
Brewster, lieutenant, vice Dickerson, declined; Jacob Hawkins, 
junior, ensign, vice N. Hawkins, promoted. 

Freeman Lane, lieutenant, vice Wines, resigned; Henry Raynor, 
ensign, vice Lane, promoted: John S. Havens, lieutenant, vice M. 
Raynor, promoted: Mott Raynor, captain, vice Leech, resigned; 
Samuel Thompson, ensign. 

Eightieth regiment of infantry: 

David Hedges, lieutenant colonel, vice Haynes, resigned; Levi 
Howell, major, vice Hedges, promoted. 

John Cook, captain, vice Howell, promoted; Nathaniel White, 
lieutenant, vice Sayre, deceased; David R. Rose, ensign, vice White, 
promoted. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Battalion of riflemen in the county of Madison lately commanded 
by Major Bennet Bicknell: 

Daniel B. Parsons, major commandant, vice Bicknell, resigned; 
Darius Morris, second major, vice Richardson, resigned. 

John Turner, captain, vice B. Turner, resigned; John Holmes, 
first lieutenant, vice Heffren, resigned; Ira Richardson, second lieu- 
tenant, vice J. Turner, promoted; Dennis Heffren, ensign, vice 
Holmes, promoted. 

Asa Curtis, captain, vice Parsons, promoted; Isaac Curtis, first 
lieutenant, vice A. Curtis, promoted: Nathan B. Brooks, second 
lieutenant, vice I. Curtis, promoted; Jonathan Brown, ensign, vice 
Brooks, promoted. 

ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Twenty-third regiment of infantry: 
John Craton, quartermaster, vice Foot, promoted. 
One Hundred and Fifty-third regiment of infantry: William 
Ogden, lieutenant. 



State Historian. 2293 

One Hundred and Eighty-fourth regiment of infantry: 
Captains — William Martin, Sincey Ball. 
Lieutenants — Moses George, Job Whitney, junior. 
Ensigns — Joseph Inghaul, Alexander Phillips. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Forty-third regiment of infantrj : 

Ezra Mason, junior, paymaster; Samuel R. Clark, surgeon's mate. 

Light Infantry — John A. Crandall, captain; Barack Brown, 
lieutenant; Simeon B. Griffin, ensign. 

Isaac Barber, lieutenant; Elijah Clark, ensign; George Washing- 
ton Mclntyre, lieutenant; Hollis Newton, ensign. 

Adin Burdick, captain; Thomas York, junior, lieutenant; Ephraim 
Maxson, ensign. 

Sixty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Gaius Stebbins, lieutenant colonel, vice Hartshorn, resigned; 
Henry Coolidge, major, vice Stebbins, promoted. 

Alexander White, captain, vice Coolidge, promoted; Edmund 
Mize, lieutenant, vice White, promoted; Sidney Spencer, ensign, vice 
Mize, promoted. 

Lyman Beach, captain, vice Pool, resigned; Willard Nash, lieu- 
tenant, vice Beach, promoted; Jared Purdy, ensign, vice Nash, 
promoted. 

Fairfax Smith, captain, vice Shattuck, resigned; Stephen Bene- 
dict, lieutenant, vice Smith, promoted; Charles Squier, ensign, vice 
Benedict, promoted. 

Josiah Owen, captain, vice Hoppin, resigned; Elisha E. Wheeler, 
lieutenant, vice Owen, promoted; Martin Hartshorn, ensign, vice 
Wheeler, promoted; Thomas Morris, junior, ensign. 

Seventy-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Captains — Joshua Shuman, vice Adams, resigned; Benjamin 
Rugs, vice Cranson, resigned. 



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Lieutenants — John Haddock., Joel Owen, John Chapman. 

Ensigns — Nathaniel Foster, James Beach, Samuel French. 

One Hundred and Twenty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Elisha Allis, quartermaster, vice Daniels, moved. 

Salmon Sage, captain, vice Savage, resigned; Isaac N. Lansing, 
lieutenant, vice Sage, promoted; James Leary, ensign, vice Lansing, 
promoted. 

Bradley Ladd, captain, vice Hubbard, deceased; Daniel Hurd, 
lieutenant, vice Ladd, promoted; Stephen Hurd, ensign, vice D. 
Hurd, promoted. 

John Hearsey, captain, vice Dean, resigned; Ezra Brown, lieuten- 
ant, vice Hearsey, promoted. 

Ensigns — James Beckwith, vice Brown, promoted; Hosea Crumb; 
Isaac Van Riper; William C. Wright. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Nineteenth brigade of infantry: 

Thomas G. Evans, assistant hospital surgeon. 

One Hundred and Forty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

John T. Janson (Jansen, junior), surgeon, vice Evans, promoted. 

Ninety-first regiment of infantry: 

George W. North, captain; Alfred Stevens, lieutenant; Samuel 
Davenport, ensign. 

James Ball, captain; .Michael Schultz, lieutenant: Hudson McFar- 
land, ensign. 

Courtlandt Strong, captain; Job Tuthill, lieutenant. 

ULSTER COUNTY. 
Twenty-third brigade of infantry: 
Abraham Myer, quartermaster. 



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1821. 

SULLIVAN COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Nineteenth regiment: 

Benjamin B. Dorrence, surgeon, vice Dimmick, resigned; Samuel 
G. Dimmick, surgeon's mate, vice Dorrence, promoted. 

Timothy Wheat, captain, vice Smith, resigned; Benoni B. Salmon, 
lieutenant, vice Wheat, promoted; Daniel Godfrey, junior, ensign, 
vice Salmon, promoted. 

ULSTER COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Thirtieth regiment of infantry: 
Nathan Hornbeck, paymaster, vice Bevier, declined; John J. Doll, 
quartermaster, vice Hornbeck, deceased. 

Ephraim E. Depeny (Depuy), captain, vice (Charles) Cushney, 
promoted; Jacob Robison (Robinson), lieutenant, vice Depeny, pro- 
moted; Abraham L. Vandemark, ensign, vice Robison, promoted. 

SULLIVAN COUNTY. 

Battalion of infantry in the county of Sullivan (commanded by 
Major Benjamin Krum): 

Captains — John Hornbeck, vice Moore, resigned; Henry L. 
Schoonmaker, vice LeRoy, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Neal Benson; Jonathan B. Robertson, vice Buck- 
ley, promoted; Michael V. Schoonmaker, vice H. L. Schoonmaker, 
promoted; Cornelius Sarr. 

Ensigns — John Pardee, junior; Joseph Grant, vice Robertson, 
promoted; George D. Kemble, vice Yoorhis, declining; Benjamin 
F. Palmer. 

ULSTER COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Thirty-first regiment of infantry: 

John J. Dumond, colonel, vice DeWitt, resigned; Solomon C. 

Elting, lieutenant colonel, vice Dumond, promoted; Lewis Hale, 

major, vice Elting, promoted. 



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2296 Annual Report of the 

Captains — John J. Houghtaling", vice Hammond, resigned; Ed- 
mund Masten, vice Van Buren, moved; Abraham Kipp, vice Hale, 
promoted. 

Lieutenants — Philip Hendrick, junior, vice Dederick, moved ; 
Egbert Dederick, vice Kipp, promoted; Jeremiah J. Dubois, vice 
Masten, promoted; Henry Elsworth, vice Houghtailing, promoted. 

Ensigns — "William Tremper, junior, vice Dubois, promoted; 
Thomas B. Van Gasbeck, vice Hendricks, promoted; Peter G. 
Eckert; John Cockburn. 

QUEENS COUNTY. 

Twenty-second brigade of infantry: 

John Waters, paymaster. 

Xinety-third regiment of infantry: 

Thomas Moore, colonel, vice Wickes, promoted; Isaac Snedicker, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Moore, promoted; George W. Hunt, major, 
vice Snedicker, promoted; Martin Rapelye, quartermaster, vice 
Waters, promoted; Isaac Rapelye, surgeon's mate; Evan Malbone 
Johnson, chaplain, vice Boardman, deceased. 

Samuel Leverich, captain, vice Hunt, promoted; James Ryder, 
ensign; James H. Skidmore, ensign; Samuel W. Moore, lieutenant, 
vice Leverich. 

One Hundredth regiment of infantry: 

Stephen C. Snedeker, lieutenant, vice Willets, moved; Thomas 
W. Weeks, ensign, vice Snedeker, promoted; Samuel Dorling, 
ensign. 

I 'n<- Hundred and Seventeenth regiment of infantry: 

>rge D. Coles, colonel, vice Townsend, resigned ; David W. 
Jones, lieutenant colonel, vice Coles, promoted; John K. Allen, 
major, vice Weeks, resigned. 

Captains — James Cock; William W. Townsend; James H. Weeks; 



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James Vernon; Samuel Cock, vice Boerum, resigned; Adrian On- 
derdonk, vice Allen, promoted. 

Lieutenants — Isaac Hart, vice Vernon, promoted; Jacob B. 
Willis, vice Cock, promoted. 

Ensigns — William Willis, John Monfort, Cornell Mitchell, Wil- 
liam B. Schenck, Joseph Coles, David C. Underhill. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

Lieutenant Colonel William Hammond's battalion of light infan- 
try in the county of Westchester: 
Jonathan Miller, ensign. 

CHENANGO COUNTY. 

Sixteenth regiment of artillery: 

Zebadiah L. Tracy, captain; Sylvanus Waters, first lieutenant; 
Lathrop Storrs, second lieutenant. 

ESSEX COUNTY. 

Thirty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Light Infantry — Silas C. Perry, captain, vice Smith, promoted; 
Noble Clemons, lieutenant, vice Perry, promoted; James S. Whallon, 
ensign, vice Sherman, moved. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Twenty-first regiment of infantry: 

John Padden, major, vice Hillebert, promoted. 

Charles White, captain, vice Padden, promoted; Elijah Murphev, 
lieutenant, vice White, promoted; Solomon P. Moss, ensign, vice 
Murphey, promoted; Benjamin Fuller, ensign, vice Palmer, moved. 

James Farr, captain, vice Degolyer, moved; Barnns Babcock, lieu- 
tenant, vice Farr, promoted; Russel Winegar, ensign, vice Spicer, 
moved. 



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2298 Annual Report of the 

William H. Tierce, captain, vice Ripley, resigned; Ebenezer 
Stores, lieutenant, vice Tierce, promoted; Ansel Clark, ensign, vice 
Cunningham, declined. 

One Hundred and Seventy-fifth regiment of infantry: 

John Ingals, second, captain, vice Slaid (Obadiah Slade), resigned. 

Lieutenants — Jordan R. Seely, vice Ingals, promoted; Stephen 
Murrill. vice Wood, moved; Thomas Congdon, vice Wilber, 
resigned. 

Ensigns — Luther Mann, vice Hall, moved; Benjamin Hathaway, 
vice Xelson, resigned; Robert Morrison, vice Congdon, promoted. 

One Hundred and Fifty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Salmon Axtell, surgeon, vice Fletcher, resigned; Artemas Doane, 
surgeon's mate. 

Captains — Abial Hathaway, junior, vice Standish, moved; Joseph 
Short, vice Leavens, moved. 

Lieutenants — David Brown, vice Hathaway, promoted; Jonathan 
Todd, vice Short, promoted. 

Ensigns — Bester Town, vice McDonald, moved; Gideon Beebe, 
junior, vice Todd, promoted; Bonaparte Baker, vice Spicer, resigned. 

WARREN AND WASHINGTON COUNTIES. 

Twenty-third regiment of infantry : 

Harvey Powers, colonel, vice Mead, resigned; Allen Anderson, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Hay, resigned; Xathan Tubbs, surgeon, vice 
Z. Tubbs, excused. 

Jacob Winter, captain, vice Estee, resigned; Thomas Archibald, 
lieutenant, vice Winter, promoted; Truman Lyman, ensign. 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

Seventh regiment of artillery : 

Henry Hill, first lieutenant, vice Smith, resigned: Dennis Palmer, 
second lieutenant, vice Hill, promoted. 



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1821. 
SCHENECTADY COUNTY. 

Fifty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Isaac Schermerhorn surgeon, vice Fonda, resigned; Barcnt J. 
Mynderse, surgeon's mate, vice Schermerhorn, promoted; Nicholas 
A. Vedder, paymaster, vice Banker, resigned. 

Christopher Fonda, ensign, vice Marselis, promoted; Lawrence 
Marselis, lieutenant, vice Vedder, paymaster. 

OTSEGO COUNTY. 

Eleventh regiment of cavalry : 

Ezra Dean, colonel; Isaac Angell, lieutenant colonel; Edward 
Thorp, major. 

Captains — Samuel Cotten, Samuel Cooley, James R. Angell, 
Ulysses G. White, Clark Davison. 

First lieutenants — David Coats, Alcott C. Chamberlain, Richard 
Morris, Amos B. Graves, Thorns Hoag, John Kellogg. 

Second lieutenants — John Williams, Caleb B. Botchford, Elisha 
Nickerson, Benjamin Brown, Charles Gilchrist, William Johnson. 

Cornets — Vose Palmer, junior, William A. Walker, William L. 
Bigelow, John Gardner, Henry Randal, Eli Danielson. 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

Sixteenth regiment of cavalry: 

Simeon Cummings, lieutenant colonel; Joseph Wilder, major, 
vice Cummings, promoted. 

Uriah P. B. Munro, captain; Edward M. Cook, first lieutenant; 
George W. Lay, second lieutenant; John Murrey, cornet. 

Hiram Warren, second lieutenant, vice Reynolds, moved; Jesse 
Austin, cornet, vice Warner, promoted. 

CLINTON COUNTY. 

Fifteenth regiment of cavalry: 

Matthew M. Standish, captain; Harman Graves, first lieutenant, 



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2300 Annual Report of the 

vice Standish, promoted; John Mallory. second lieutenant, vice 
Graves, promoted : John Wells, cornet. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY. 

Fourteenth regiment of cavalry: 

Thomas Loomis, junior, colonel, vice (Levi) Collins, deceased. 
and (Lieutenant Colonel Thomas) Palmer and (Major Calvin) Mc- 
Knight, resigned; Eliakim Barney, lieutenant colonel; Solomon 
"White, major; Marinus W. Gilbert, adjutant, vice Brown, in rifle 
company. 

Peleg Burchard, captain, vice Loomis, promoted; Isaac Moffatt, 
junior, first lieutenant, vice Burchard, promoted; Jonathan Webb, 
second lieutenant, vice Moffatt, promoted; James Ballard, cornet. 

Stephen Johnson, captain, vice White, promoted; Sylvester Mer- 
riam. first lieutenant, vice Johnson, promoted; Ira Gardner, second 
lieutenant, vice Merriam, promoted; David Grang'er, cornet. 

LEWIS COUNTY. 

Sylvester Butrick, captain, vice Northrop; Paul Abbott, first lieu- 
tenant; Thomas Benjamin, second lieutenant, vice Abbott, pro- 
moted; Lyman Graves, cornet. 

Noah X. Harger, captain, vice Clapp, resigned; Parsons Talcott, 
first lieutenant, vice Harger, promoted; Johnson Foster, second 
lieutenant; Jared House, cornet. 

GREENE COUNTY. 

Fifth regiment of cavalry: 

Henry Myers, adjutant; James Freeland, quartermaster. 

Perez Steele, captain, vice A. Steele, resigned: Joel Dickerman, 
first lieutenant, vice Tuttle, resigned; Sidney Tuttle, second lieuten- 
ant; Baret Osborne, cornet. 

Abraham Rightmire, captain, vice Flowers, resigned; Sylvester 



State Historian. 2301 

Humphries, first lieutenant; Henry Egbertson, second lieutenant; 
Daniel Wright, cornet. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Jacob Settle, captain; Amos Whipple, first lieutenant; Christopher 
Keenholts, second lieutenant; David Rhinehart, cornet. 

Henry C. Burhans, first lieutenant, vice Dayton, moved; Joseph 
Knowlcs, junior, second lieutenant. 

COLUMBIA COUNTY. 

William Chapman, captain, vice Livingston; Benjamin Sheldon, 
first lieutenant; Humphrey Crary, second lieutenant; Nicholas 
Shultis, cornet. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Third regiment of cavalry: 

Simeon Cranston, captain, vice Rogers; Russell W T arden, first 
lieutenant, vice Cranston; George T. Greene, second lieutenant; Pot- 
ter Tifft, cornet. 

Jeremiah Sibley, captain, vice Van Alen; William Bleecker, first 
lieutenant, vice Sibley; John Smith, second lieutenant; Thomas 
Palmer, cornet. 

SCHOHARIE COUNTY. 

Ninth regiment of cavalry: 

Elisha K. Roff, paymaster. 

Amasa Parker, captain, vice Haywood; Roswell M. Brant, first 
lieutenant, vice Parker; Charles Dewey, second lieutenant, vice 
Brant; Nathaniel Steele, junior, cornet. 

DELAWARE COUNTY. 

Gurdon W. Merrick, captain; William Webster, first lieutenant; 
John Edgerton, second lieutenant; Joseph Kellogg, cornet. 

SCHOHARIE COUNTY. 

John C. Bouck, second lieutenant; William R. Riggs, cornet; 
Dudley Wright, second lieutenant; Barent Stryker, junior, cornet. 



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2302 Annual Report of the 

essex county. 

Fifteenth regiment of cavalry: 

Michael Morehouse, captain: Aaron Isman, first lieutenant; Chris- 
topher B. Stafford, second lieutenant; Abner Reynolds, second, 
cornet. 

Levi Rhodes, second lieutenant; David Drake, cornet. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

Benjamin Clark, captain, vice Andrews, declined; Hiram Law- 
rence, first lieutenant; Joseph Wood, second lieutenant; Luther Dan- 
forth, cornet. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Second regiment of cavalry: 

Cornelius Blauvelt, colonel, vice Crawford, resigned; William 
Ecker, lieutenant colonel, vice Blauvelt, promoted; James Harden- 
bergh, major, vice Ecker, promoted. 

James Waugh, captain, vice Hill, sheriff; Daniel McNeal, first 
lieutenant, vice Waugh, promoted; Henry D. Crist, second lieu- 
tenant, vice McNeal, promoted; John J. Galatia, cornet, vice Crist, 
promoted. 

Cornelius Jansen, first lieutenant, vice Tuthil, declining; John W. 
Daley, second lieutenant, vice Jansen, promoted; James J. Craw- 
ford, cornet, vice Haight, moved. 

John G. Hardenbergh, first lieutenant, vice Hasbrouck, resigned; 
Matthew Ten Eyck DeWitt, second lieutenant, vice Dubois, 
resigned; Jacob H. B. Dupuy, cornet, vice Sohlor (Solomon Sopler), 
declined. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Eighth regiment of cavalry: 

James Shankland. adjutant, vice Hough, moved; James Knox, 
quartermaster, vice Shankland, promoted: William Allen, paymas- 
ter, vice Knox. 



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1821. 

James Berthrong, captain, vice Aldrich, resigned; Asa Covell, 
first lieutenant, vice Berthrong, promoted; Tyler Parmele, second 
lieutenant, vice Covell, promoted; Royal Benson, cornet, vice Par- 
mele, promoted. 

Horace Bruce, captain; Henry S. Lockwood, first lieutenant; 
Jonathan P. Hicks, second lieutenant; Nathan Stickney, cornet. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Thirty-first brigade of infantry: 
Andrew Kirk, quartermaster, vice Stafford, moved. 
Eighty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Richard Knowlson, adjutant, vice Gilbert, resigned; Augustus 
Cuyler, quartermaster, vice Kirk, promoted. 

Lieutenants — Charles S. Henry, vice Herrick, moved; William 
Miller, vice Jermain, moved; Samuel S. Fowler, vice Knowlson, 
adjutant. 

William Fursman, ensign, vice Fowler, promoted; Horace Durrie, 
ensign of light infantry. 

One Hundred and Fiftieth regiment of infantry: 
Gerrit W. Sager, captain, vice Sixby, deceased; Peter Huyck, 
lieutenant, vice Sager, promoted; William McCollogh, ensign; Evert 
Becker, ensign. 

Coenradt Baumis, captain, vice Copeland, resigned; Samuel G. 
Haynes, lieutenant; Albert Van Waggoner, ensign. 
Twenty-fifth regiment of infantry: 
George Pinney, major, vice Campbell, resigned. 
Phineas Holmes, captain, vice W. Holmes, resigned. 
Lieutenants — Nathaniel Cross, vice Seth Cross, resigned; Daniel 
McKay, vice A. McKay, junior, resigned; William Elsburg, vice 
Holmes, promoted. 

Ensigns — George W. Conklin, Isaac Copeland, Samuel Coon. 



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2304 Annual Report of the 

rensselaer county. 

One Hundred and Fifty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Alexander B. Converse, adjutant, vice Mead, moved; Daniel 
Gardner, quartermaster, vice Sharp, resigned. 

Light Infantry — Henry F. Bayeax, captain; Francis V. Yvon- 
nett. lieutenant; George M. Seldon, ensign; Stephen C. Noble, cap- 
tain; Jesse C. Young, lieutenant; Joseph Nelson, ensign. 

Riflemen — Derick J. Yanderheyden, captain; Benjamin D. Snide- 
kor, lieutenant; Isaac Hervy, ensign. 

Archalaus Polock, captain, vice Whyland, resigned; John Peck, 
lieutenant, vice Polock, promoted; Thomas Withy, ensign, vice 
Peck, promoted. 

John G. Snyder, captain, vice File, resigned; Henry A. Clum, lieu- 
tenant, vice Snyder, promoted; Joshua Hanman, ensign, vice Clum. 
promoted. 

Samuel W. Goodwin, captain, vice Morey, resigned; Eseeck 
Hawkins, lieutenant, vice Goodwin, promoted; Ebenezer C. Barton, 
ensign, vice Hawkins, promoted; John G. Reilay, lieutenant; Rufus 
Gilbert, lieutenant. 

Forty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Hugh M. Boyd, chaplain; Lloyd Smith, surgeon's mate, vice 
Huddleston, moved. 

Joseph Brown, captain; David Tallmadge, captain, vice Slocum, 
resigned; John C. Yan Vechten, lieutenant, vice Tallmadge, pro- 
moted; Enoch Williams, ensign, vice Groesbeck, resigned. 

Thomas Follct, captain, vice Yandercook, moved; James 
Brookins, lieutenant, vice Follett, promoted. 

Fnsigns — Alexander A. Miller, vice W. C. Fallett, moved; 
Sherard Kirkum, vice Bacus, moved; Siderio G. Carpenter; Jere- 
miah Williams; William C. Raymer (of riflemen). 



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Forty-third regiment of infantry: 

William P. Hecrmance, lieutenant colonel, vice Beekman, 
resigned; John C. Schermerhorn, adjutant, vice Wilsey, resigned; 
Henry Goodrich, paymaster; John Wilson, quartermaster, vice Fox, 
in new regiment. 

David W. Pitts, captain, vice Hoag, resigned; Lewis J. Water- 
bery, lieutenant, vice Peck, resigned; Samuel Knapp, ensign, vice 
Pitts, promoted. 

Henry James Genett, captain, vice Yates, resigned; Stephen 
Mills, lieutenant, vice Knowlton, moved; Sherlock Gregory, ensign. 

William Reading, captain, vice Blaney, resigned; Gilbert H. 
Alerinor, lieutenant, vice Sherman, resigned; Hugh Sherman, 
ensign; Levi Cornell, ensign, vice Gordon, deceased. 

John Baurhyte, lieutenant, vice Kittle, resigned ; Joseph W. Cran- 
dall, ensign, vice Baurhyt, promoted. 

Light Infantry — Theodorus Gregory, captain, vice Heermance, 
promoted; Ryer Heermance, lieutenant, vice Gregory, promoted; 
Amos Brooks, ensign, vice Goodrich, promoted. 

New regiment organized from part of the Eighty-sixth and Forty- 
third regiments and denominated the First regiment of infantry: 

Jonathan Berry, colonel; Nathan Howard, lieutenant colonel; 
Hosea Bennet, major; Horatio N. Carr, adjutant; Isaac B. Fox, 
quartermaster; George T. Dennison, paymaster; Elijah Graves, sur- 
geon; Charles H. Gregory, surgeon's mate. 

Light Infantry — Stephen Norton, captain; Newton Goold, lieu- 
tenant; Edwin A. Piatt, ensign. 

Captains — Rufus Rose, Henry Hull, Stephen S. Kittle, Samuel H. 
Arnold, David W. Pitts. 

Lieutenants — Charles R. Vary, Calvin P. Vary, Clark Vary, Wil- 
liam Frothingham, William Redding. 

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2306 Annual Report of the 

Ensigns — Xathan Vary, Stephen Van Rensselaer Bly, Gideon 
Thomas, Albert Ball. 

COLUMBIA COUNTY. 

Seventy-third regiment of infantry: 

Palmer C. Dorr, captain, vice Newman, moved; Ebenezer Bas- 
sett, junior, lieutenant, vice Dorr, promoted; James H. Parke, 
ensign, vice Bassett, promoted. 

Isaac L. Warner, captain, vice Fuller, resigned; Thaddeus Elmore, 
lieutenant, vice Warner, promoted; William H. Wheeler, ensign, 
vice Elmore, promoted. 

Fifty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Samuel Hawley, adjutant; Abraham Van Alstyne, quartermaster; 
Arent Van Derpool, paymaster. 

Lieutenants — Barent Van Alen, John Van Buren. 

Ensigns — Peter Dingman, Cornelius C. Van Alen, Jacob Esteves, 
James Van Valkenburgh, Daniel Runels. 

Forty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Light Infantry — Orville Holly, captain; Daniel B. Tallmadge, 
lieutenant; Henry D. Parleman, ensign. 

Riflemen — Leonard Freeland, captain, vice Bay, resigned; 
Thomas Williams, lieutenant, vice Freeland, promoted; Phineas 
Walker, ensign, vice Williams, promoted. 

Darius S. Colver, captain, vice Myers, resigned; Thomas Bennet, 
lieutenant, vice Colver, promoted; Oliver Teale, junior, ensign, vice 
Bennet, promoted. 

Gilbert Butler, captain, vice Coventry, resigned; Charles Coven- 
try, lieutenant, vice White, resigned; Thomas Blank, ensign, vice 
Butler, promoted; Isaac Delamater, ensign, vice Vredenburgh, 
resigned; Nathan B. Kellogg, lieutenant, vice Hoffman, resigned. 

John W. Edmonds, captain. 



State Historian. 2307 

Fifteenth regiment of infantry: 

Robert Elting, lieutenant colonel, vice Potts, resigned; James Oli- 
ver Brodhead, adjutant. 

Adam P. Clum, captain, vice Kline, resigned; John Harvey, lieu- 
tenant, vice Clum, promoted; George Rockefeller, ensign, vice Har- 
vey, promoted. 

Jacob P. Miller, captain, vice J. P. Rockefeller, resigned; John 
Potts, lieutenant, vice Miller, promoted; Stephen Paddock, ensign, 
vice Potts, promoted. 

David Williams, captain, vice Clark, moved; Elisha F. Sheldon, 
lieutenant, vice Williams, promoted; Samuel Allen, ensign, vice 
Sheldon, promoted. 

Titus Simms, captain, vice Hoot, resigned; Henry W. Snyder, 
lieutenant, vice Simms, promoted; George Row, junior, ensign, vice 
Snyder, promoted. 

Weston Wilbour, captain, vice Knickerbacker, moved; Timothy 
Loomis, lieutenant, vice Van Benschotten, moved; John A. Snyder, 
ensign, vice Loucks, resigned. 

One Hundred and Sixty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Coenrad J. Wilsey, colonel, vice A. N. Holly, cashiered; Henry M. 
Hoffman, lieutenant colonel, vice Wolcott, resigned; George J. 
Rossman, major, vice Wilsey, promoted; Harman Veeder, chaplain; 
George L. Wilsey, paymaster. 

Captains — Frederick Curtiss, vice Hoffman, promoted; James 
Conklin, vice Rossman, promoted. 

Lieutenants— John P. Strever, vice Curtiss, promoted; John Bain, 
vice Conklin, promoted. 

Ensigns — John Towner, vice Strever, promoted; Daniel Mclntire, 
vice Wilsey, promoted; Peter Suefelt, vice Bain, promoted. 



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2308 Annual Report of the 

Forty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Thomas Deming, lieutenant; Major M. Tyler, ensign, vice Dem- 
ing, promoted. 

Isaac Downing, captain, vice Downing, resigned; Silas Downing, 
lieutenant, vice I. Downing, promoted; Walter Allen, ensign, vice 
S. Downing, promoted. 

Peter Moore, captain, vice Morehouse, resigned; Ephraim B. 
Andrews, lieutenant, vice Moore, promoted; Martin E. Knapp, 
ensign, vice Andrews, promoted. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY. 

Fourth brigade of infantry: 

Richard Goodale, inspector, vice Wardwell, moved; Stephen 
Johnson, paymaster, vice Goodale, promoted. 

Fifty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Xoah M. Green, adjutant, vice Averill, resigned; Alfred Ely, sur- 
geon's mate, vice Tubbs, promoted. 

Joseph Geddings, captain, vice Case, resigned; Thomas Tousley, 
lieutenant, vice Giddings, promoted; Ira Andrus, ensign, vice Tous- 
ley, promoted; Elijah Grout, ensign, vice Yendes (Jendees), moved. 

Lewis Edmunds, captain, vice Stewart, resigned; John Spencer, 
lieutenant, vice Edmunds, promoted; David Grummon, ensign; Silas 
Lyman, lieutenant, vice John Allen, resigned; Wakeman G. John- 
son, ensign, vice James Allen, resigned. 

One Hundred and Eighth regiment of infantry : 

Ebenezer Bartholomew, major, vice Winslow, declining; Rufus S. 
Waite, surgeon's mate. 

Eliphalet Peck, captain, vice Bartholomew, promoted; Isaac 
Luther, lieutenant, vice Peck, promoted; Samuel Read, ensign, vice 
Luther, promoted. 



State Historian. 2309 

Ira Willard, captain, vice Winslow, resigned; Daniel D. Stephen- 
son, lieutenant, vice Willard, promoted; Dexter Haven, ensign, vice 
Stephenson, promoted. 

Zenas Carey, captain, vice Miller, resigned; Jacob Jenkins, lieu- 
tenant, vice Carey, promoted; Ephraim Carey, ensign, vice Jenkins, 
promoted. 

Leister White, captain, vice Miller, resigned; Benjamin R. Cool, 
lieutenant, vice White, promoted; John Page, ensign, vice Cool, 
promoted; Winchester Jewit, ensign, vice Brackenridge, moved. 

Joseph Brooks, captain; Don Carlos Holly, lieutenant; Stephen 
Scoville, ensign; William Lord, ensign of riflemen, vice Morrow, 
moved; Solomon Hawkins, lieutenant; Ziba Henry, ensign. 

Seventy-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Joseph Shelden, lieutenant colonel, vice Lewis, resigned; John 
Gotham, major, vice Shelden, promoted; Jonathan B. Burton, sur- 
geon, vice Sherwood, resigned; Joseph Woodman, surgeon's mate, 
vice Burton, promoted. 

Riflemen — Daniel Lee, captain, vice Gotham, promoted; Daniel 
Blanchard, first lieutenant, vice A. Ely, promoted; James Farwell, 
second lieutenant, vice Lee, promoted; Solon Massy, ensign, vice 
Blanchard, promoted. 

Joel Goodale, captain; Alexander Parker, lieutenant; Zeno H. 
Adams, ensign. 

Timothy Tomblin, junior, captain; James Pierce, lieutenant; John 
W. Tomblin, ensign; Isaac Babbit, lieutenant; Orin H. Rundell, 
ensign; Ward Hubbard, lieutenant; David Smith, ensign. 

One Hundred and Eighty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Shubal Butterfield, lieutenant colonel, vice Bosworth, resigned; 
Samuel Dennison, major, vice Butterfield, promoted. 

Light Infantry — John Chamberlain, captain, vice Dennison, 



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2310 Annual Report of the 

promoted; David McFarlan, lieutenant, vice Chamberlain, pro- 
moted: Albert Crane, ensign, vice McFarlan, promoted; Daniel 
Griffin, ensign of riflemen, vice Buckley, declined. 

Amos Catlin, captain, vice Rice, declined: David Millington, lieu- 
tenant, vice Catlin, promoted; Matthew M. Cole, ensign, vice Mil- 
lington, promoted. 

Daniel Hardy, captain, vice Knapp, resigned; Northrup Jones, 
lieutenant, vice Hardy, promoted. 

Nathaniel Morton, captain, vice Whitney, declined; Oliver Bates, 
lieutenant, vice Morton, promoted; Jairus Bates, ensign, vice Law- 
ton, deceased: Roswell Bosworth, ensign. 

Battalion of infantry commanded by Major Amos Judd: 

James Smith, adjutant. 

Riflemen — Seymour Green, captain; Joseph Cross, lieutenant; 
Daniel Briggs, ensign. 

Othniel Spinning, captain, vice Hollenback, resigned; James 
Buckley, lieutenant; Barret Hubbard, ensign. 

TOMPKINS COUNTY. 

Eighty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Joshua Xorth, colonel, vice Willoughby, resigned; Parmenio Wol- 
cott, lieutenant colonel, vice North, promoted; Eliphalet Clark, 
major, vice Morrison, declining. 

Captains — Amasa Cobb, Luther Trumble, junior, Jabez Fuller. 

Lieutenants — Alpheus West, Cyrus Crane, Ira Gihnore. 

Ensigns — Gilbert Edgcomb, Micah Kennedy, Freeman Strong. 

Eienman D. Strong, captain, vice Starr, resigned; Henry Weth- 
erby, lieutenant; William Hoskins, ensign. 

' >ne Hundred and Forty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

William Bailey, colonel; Augustus Ely, lieutenant colonel; Isaiah 
E iili. major; George Woodworth, quartermaster. 



State Historian. 231 i 

Captains — Almon Wakcman, James Terry, Ira Reynolds. 

Lieutenants — John M. Coddington, John Compton, Beckwith 
Dennison, Harry Sayler, junior (of riflemen). 

Ensigns — Selah Sarles, John R. Spence, John Auhle, Amos Rob- 
ertson, Eliphalet J. Tucker (of riflemen). 

One Hundred and Eighty-third regiment of infantry: 

Jesse McKinney, lieutenant colonel, vice Hopkins, resigned; Gil- 
bert J. Ogden, major, vice McKinney, promoted; John W. Phillips, 
surgeon, vice Hayt, moved; Henry Ing'ersoll, surgeon's mate, vice 
Phillips, promoted. 

Captains — George Baxter, vice Ogden, promoted; Reuben D. 
Lyon. 

Lieutenants — Lewis Dudley, Joshua Rumsey. 

Ensigns — Abraham Cook, Gideon McChain. 

Riflemen — Benjamin Pew, captain, vice Smith, resigned; William 
K. Reed, lieutenant, vice Pew, promoted; Bartine Pew, ensign, vice 
Reed, promoted. 

John Dickerson, junior, captain, vice Rickey, resigned; John M. 
Miller, lieutenant, vice Dickerson, promoted; Joshua Smith, ensign; 
Randle Peas, ensign. 

TIOGA COUNTY. 

Twentieth division of infantry: 
Lemuel Hudson, hospital surgeon. 

CORTLAND COUNTY. 

Nineteenth division of infantry: 

Edward C. Reed, judge advocate; Lewis S. Owen, hospital 
surgeon. 

BROOME COUNTY. 

David Turner, quartermaster; Jared Huntington, paymaster. 



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2 3 12 Annual Report of the 

greene county. 
One Hundred and Twentieth regiment of infantrv: 
George G. Hardenbergh, captain, vice Van Vechten, resigned; 

\\ illiam \Y. Van Vechten, lieutenant, vice Hardenbergh, promoted; 

Benjamin Van Loan, ensign, vice W. Van Vechten, promoted. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Sixteenth brigade of infantry: 

Benjamin F. Skinner, quartermaster, vice Clapp, promoted. 

One Hundred and Fourteenth regiment of infantrv: 

Russel Norton, captain, vice Gilman, resigned; George Lowree, 
lieutenant, vice Norton, promoted; Abijah Pratt, ensign, vice Moor, 
resigned; William King, ensign, vice Smith, moved: John Fisher, 
lieutenant, vice McKee, resigned; John H. Robertson, ensign, vice 
Lowree, promoted. 

One Hundred and Fifty-sixth regiment of infantrv: 

Osburn Wilson, paymaster, vice Van Schaick, moved; Charles R. 
Mosher, surgeon, vice Norton, declining; Simeon F. Crandall, sur- 
geon's mate, vice Mosher, promoted. 

Lieutenants — Nicholas H. Phillips, vice Rogers, moved: Samuel 
W. May. 

Ensigns — Samuel R. Jackways. vice Woodworth, declined; Bur- 
den Sherman, vice Van Buskirk, moved; John Leigh: Samuel Wil- 
liams, vice Osburn, promoted. 

Riflemen — Robert McAulcy, lieutenant, vice B. Skinner, pro- 
moted; Valentine Randal, ensign, vice H. Skinner, declined. 

One Hundred and Eighteenth regiment of infantry: 

Daniel McNiel, colonel, vice Kimball, declining; James W. Wil- 
lett, lieutenant colonel, vice Van Nortwick, moved; Jesse S. Leigh, 
major, vice McNiel, promoted; Anthony McCallor, adjutant, vice 
Willett, promoted; John King, paymaster, vice Leigh, promoted; 



State Historian. 2313 

Archibald McCallor, quartermaster; James Savage, surgeon; 
George Gillies, surgeon's mate. 

Alexander McDougall, captain, vice McEcheron, resigned; James 
L. Durkee, captain, vice Walker, resigned; Sanford Case, ensign; 
Benjamin Durkee, lieutenant. 

Fiftieth regiment of infantry: 

David Matthews, colonel, vice Root, resigned; John McNaugh- 
ton, lieutenant colonel, vice Matthews, promoted; William Steel, 
paymaster. 

Josiah Reab, captain, vice McAllister, resigned; Hugh Moncrief, 
lieutenant, vice Reab. 

John J. Steel, captain, vice Stewart, resigned; Ira Carswell, lieu- 
tenant, vice Steel, promoted; Elisha Munson, ensign; Solomon W. 
Russell, ensign, vice Moncrief, promoted. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Thirty-first brigade of infantry: 

Ira Jenkins, brigade major and inspector, vice Erastus Williams, 
who is hereby superseded. 

Third brigade of cavalry : 

Chauncey Humphrey, major and inspector, vice Hutchinson, 
resigned. 

Third brigade of artillery: 

Hugh Robison, paymaster, vice Denniston, promoted. 

One Hundred and Thirty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Stephen Schuyler, surgeon, vice Myndert W. McKenna, who is 
hereby superseded. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY. 

Twelfth division of infantry: 

Clark Allen, major general, vice Brittain, resigned. 



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2314 Annual Report of the 

Fourth brigade of infantry: 

Gad Ackley, brigadier general, vice Allen, promoted: Robert 
Lansing, judge advocate, vice Adriel Ely, who is hereby super- 
seded. 

CLINTON COUNTY. 

Thirty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Septa Fillmore, lieutenant colonel, vice Anson J. Sperry, who is 
hereby superseded; Lyman Manly, major, vice Fillmore, promoted. 
Caleb Marshall, ensign. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Eighth brigade of infantry: 

Henry Yandenburgh, major and inspector, vice Jacob P. 
Defreest, who is hereby superseded. 

SARATOGA COUNTY. 

Fifty-first brigade of infantry: 

William B. Van Benthuysen, judge advocate, vice William Med- 
calf, who is hereby superseded. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Resolved, that Thomas Turner, junior, be no longer major of 
the One Hundred and Fifty-fifth regiment of infantry and that a 
supersedeas issue accordingly. 

ONONDAGA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Seventy-sixth regiment of infantry : 
Salmon Thayer, colonel, vice Amos P. Granger, who is hereby 
superseded. 

CAYUGA COUNTY. 
Seventh brigade of infantry: 

George B. Throop, judge advocate, vice Richard L. Smith, who is 
hereby superseded. 



State Historian'. 2315 

albany county. 

Eighty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

John T. Vernor, lieutenant, vice Hand, moved. 

Ensigns — John T. Norton, vice Vernor, promoted; Harman Vis- 
scher, vice Fowler, promoted; Jesse G. Brush, vice Miller, pro- 
moted; John Koon, vice Henry, promoted; Ralph Thompson, vice 
Myers, moved; George W. Merchant, vice Fursman. 

TOMPKINS COUNTY. 

Eighty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Abraham Carmer, captain; Peter L. Stout, lieutenant; Moses 
Tyler, ensign. 

NIAGARA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Eightieth regiment of infantry : 

Levi B. Pratt, quartermaster. 

Lieutenants — Ethan Ferm, vice Conkey, declining; Barnabas 
Hall, vice St. John, declining. 

Ensigns — Theophilus Herrington, vice Cook, declining; David 
Herrington, vice Burgess, moved; Joel Herrington, vice Ferm, 
promoted. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Twenty-second division of infantry: 

Bowen Whiting, aide-de-camp to the major general. 

KINGS COUNTY. 

Sixty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Jacobus Lake, captain, vice Stillwell, resigned; Richard Stillwell, 
lieutenant, vice Lake, promoted. 

Ensigns — Simeon C. Garrison, vice Stillwell, promoted; John 
Meserole; Cornelius Bergen. 



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2316 Annual Report of the 

oneida county. 
Eighth regiment of artillery: 

Archibald T. Frink, captain; Walton W. Grant, first lieutenant; 
Aylmer Keith, second lieutenant. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Seventy-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Solomon Baker, captain, vice Reynolds, resigned; John W. Batty, 
lieutenant, vice Baker, promoted; Israel Ely, junior, ensign, vice 
Batty, promoted. 

Seventh regiment of cavalry: 

James Parker, captain, vice Sprague, resigned; Joseph Hanks, 
second lieutenant, vice Parker, promoted; Abiel Standley, cornet. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Third regiment of infantry: 

Israel Arnold, lieutenant colonel, vice Chattuck (William Shat- 
tuck), declining. 

Daniel King, captain; Wright Brown, junior, lieutenant, vice 
King, promoted. 

Ensigns — David Henderson; Thomas P. Briggs, vice Brown, 
promoted; Samuel Stone; Bartleson Shearman. 

ONONDAGA COUNTY. 

Sixteenth regiment of infantry: 

John Monro, colonel, vice Tappen, resigned; John Stevens, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Redman, resigned; Charles H. Toll, major, vice 
Monro, promoted; Grove Lawrence, adjutant, vice Toll, promoted; 
Uriah H. Dunning, surgeon, vice Magoon, resigned; Titus Merri- 
man, surgeon's mate, vice Dunning, promoted; Philip Manro, quar- 
termaster, vice Ellis, promoted. 



State Historian. 2317 

Delanson Foster, captain, vice Inglesbe, moved. 

Lieutenants — Ira T. Freeman, vice Lawrence, promoted; Samuel 
Crossman, vice Allen, moved; Phineas Meigs, vice Foster, pro- 
moted. 

Ensigns — Joshua P. Champlain, vice Crossman, promoted: Wil- 
liam Brown, vice Lawrence, promoted; Abner Tuttle, vice Meigs, 
promoted; James Gillies, vice Campbell, resigned. 

John McGowen, captain, vice Stevens, promoted; Henry A. Hess, 
lieutenant, vice Ward, promoted; John Dodge, ensign, vice 
McGowen, promoted. 

One Hundred and Fifty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Lewis Smith, major, vice Van Houten, moved; Benjamin Trum- 
bull, surgeon's mate, vice Hopkins, declined. 

Captains — Wait Hinman, vice Smith, promoted; Henry Jones, 
vice Van Houten, promoted; John Lowry, vice Skiels, moved. 

Lieutenants — John Stoner, vice Jones, promoted; Samuel Whit- 
ing, vice Lowrey, promoted. 

Ensigns — George T. Foot, vice S. Foot, moved; William Earll, 
vice Whiting, promoted. 

Riflemen — Freeborn G. Jewett, captain; Myron L. Mills, lieu- 
tenant; John S. Freeman, ensign. 

Ninety-eighth regiment of infantry: 

John Sprague, colonel, vice Castle, promoted; James Carr, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Sprague, promoted; Henry Tiffany, major, vice 
Carr, promoted; David F. Dodge, adjutant, vice Tiffany, promoted. 

Orlin J. Wheaton, captain, vice King, resigned; Pitt Dyer, lieu- 
tenant, vice Wheaton, promoted. 

Ensigns — David Sothard, vice Morley, resigned; Thomas Davis, 
vice Sheldon, moved; Willard Farrington, vice Cole, declined; Asa 
McMillen, vice Clapp, declined; Ezra Dyer, vice P. Dyer, promoted. 



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1S21. 



2318 Annual Report of the 

One Hundred and Seventy-sixth regiment of infantry: 

James Olcott, major, vice Smith, declined; Elijah C. Rust, quar- 
termaster, vice Ward, resigned. 

Captains — Jesse Worden, vice Kellog, moved; Adam S. Huntley, 
vice W. Huntley, resigned; Hezekiah Sage, junior, vice Teall, 
moved; David E. Shepard, vice Gage, resigned. 

Lieutenants — George L. Taylor, vice Worden, promoted; Smith 
Burton, vice Huntley, promoted; Thaddeus M. Wood, junior, vice 
Bangs, moved; Ebenezer J. Dennis, vice Shepard, promoted. 

Ensigns — Amos Storey, vice Taylor, promoted; David Scouton, 
vice Williams, declined; Erastus Gay, vice Hearter, deceased; Haz- 
ard Frink (of riflemen), vice Sage, promoted; Joseph Benjamin, vice 
Dennis, promoted. 

One Hundred and Forty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

George W. Fitch, surgeon's mate, vice Healy, declined. 

Horrace Ellis, captain, vice Hughes, resigned; Jeremy Case, lieu- 
tenant, vice Ellis, promoted; Robert J. Brockway, ensign, vice 
White, resigned; Barney Hicks, lieutenant; Samuel Perry, ensign, 
vice Hicks, promoted. 

Orin Tylor, lieutenant, vice Hickox, promoted; Richard Adams, 
ensign, vice Tylor, promoted; Orlando F. Fuller, ensign, vice Bar- 
rett, moved; Joel Dickinson, lieutenant, vice Raynor, declined; Wil- 
liam P. Morse, ensign, vice Johnson, moved. 

Sixty-second regiment of infantry: 

Lauren Hotchkiss, major, vice Redway, declined; Elizur Stanlv, 
adjutant, vice Daniels, promoted; William O. Ferrell, quartermaster. 

Captains — Asa Belknap; John Daniels, second, vice Clark, 
resigned; Lewis C. Davis, vice Hotchkiss, promoted. 

Riflemen — Barber Kinyon, captain; Samuel Stewart, lieutenant; 
Jeremiah X. Green, ensign. 



State Historlw. 2319 

1821. 

Daniel Vail, lieutenant, vice Hill, resigned; Samuel Gilbert, 
ensign, vice Stanley, promoted; Ambrose S. Gillett, lieutenant, vice 
Davis, promoted; William Summers, ensign, vice Ferrel, promoted. 

Supply Chase, lieutenant, vice Savage, moved; John < iilhert, 
junior, ensign, vice Chase, promoted. 

Twenty-seventh brigade of infantry: 

Luther Badger, judge advocate, vice Marsh, promoted; Samuel R. 
Matthews, paymaster, vice Mott, promoted; Daniel Tibbals, assistant 
hospital surgeon. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Ninth regiment of artillery: 

Alexander M. Muir, colonel, vice Kingsland, resigned; John D. 
Wolf, major, vice Rapelye, cashiered. 

Captains — Israel Robinson; James Seguine, vice Luff, resigned; 
Charles Turner. 

First lieutenants — William Tuthill; John DeGroot, vice Turner, 
promoted. 

Second lieutenants — Hercules H. Jones ; Richard Brower, vice C. 
Brower, resigned; John M. Holly, vice Lane, promoted; James Barr; 
John Mather. 

Third regiment of artillery : 

Alexander Ming, junior, captain. 

Second regiment of artillery: 

Leonard Hoffman, first lieutenant, vice Simpson, resigned; Wil- 
liam S. Ireland, first lieutenant, vice Grennell, resigned; Benjamin 
P. Westervelt, second lieutenant, vice Ireland, promoted. 

Fourteenth regiment of artillery: 

Samuel Purdy, lieutenant colonel, vice Brett, promoted; Francis 
Barretto, major, vice Purdy, promoted. 

John Remsen, captain, vice Meserole, resigned; Nicholas R. Van 



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2320 Annual Report of the 

Brunt, first lieutenant, vice Remsen, promoted; Peter Bergen, sec- 
ond lieutenant, vice Van Brunt, promoted. 

Eleventh regiment of artillery: 

Horatio Griffin, second lieutenant. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY. 

Battalion of artillery commanded by Major Elisha Camp: 

Robert Nichols, captain, vice Utley. resigned; Asa Tisdale, first 
lieutenant, vice Xichols, promoted; Nathan Wright, second lieu- 
tenant, vice Tisdale, promoted. 

Seventy-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Light Infantry — Abraham S. Dagget, captain; Seth A. Abbey, 
lieutenant: Loveland Paddock, ensign. 

TIOGA COUNTY. 

Ninety-fifth regiment of infantry: 

James Todd, lieutenant colonel; John White, major, vice Todd, 
promoted; John McQuigg, quartermaster. 

Charles Gillett, captain; Isaac L. Smith, lieutenant, vice Gillett, 
promoted. 

Stephen L. Peart, captain; Elijah Dean, lieutenant, vice Peart, 
promoted; Horace Giles, ensign; Isaac White, lieutenant; James 
Van Etten, ensign. 

Seventy-ninth regiment of infantry: 

John Brees, junior, ensign. 

Eighteenth brigade of infantry: 

John G. McDowell, paymaster. 

New regiment organized from part of the Ninety-fifth regiment 
and denominated the One Hundred and Ninety-ninth regiment of 
infantry: 

Hudson Jennings, colonel: Caleb H. Sackett, lieutenant colonel; 



State Historian. 2321 

Thomas Baird, major; Richard H. Sackett, adjutant; Elbert Curtis, 
quartermaster; Justus Slater, paymaster; Joel Tallmadge, junior, 
surgeon. 

Josiah Perry, captain; Joseph Park, lieutenant; Joel Hastings, 
ensign; Ira Woodford, lieutenant; William W. Hunt, ensign; Alex- 
ander Stowell, lieutenant; Jacob D. W. Schoonmaker, ensign. 

STEUBEN COUNTY. 

Seventeenth regiment of infantry: 

John R. Stephens, colonel; James Jones, lieutenant colonel; 
Amasa Thatcher, major; Joshua Stephens, adjutant; Joseph 
Loughry, junior, quartermaster; Caleb P. Fulton, paymaster. 

John Ogden, ensign; Samuel Griggs, ensign. 

Stephen Towsley, captain; John Cherry, lieutenant; Martin 
Young, junior, ensign. 

Benjamin Sammons, junior, captain; Samuel Mulhollan, lieuten- 
ant; Hugh Jameson, ensign. 

Elisha W. Brockway, captain; Chauncey Strickland, lieutenant; 
Samuel Lemmen, ensign. 

Light Infantry — Edward L. Ament, captain; Jacob B. Sholl, 
lieutenant; William H. Pickell, ensign. 

Nineteenth regiment of artillery: 

Ira Davenport, captain: Anda L. Smith, first lieutenant; Uriah H. 
Stephens, second lieutenant. 

Eighty-first regiment of infantry: 

Abijah Vining, lieutenant; Timothy Childs, ensign. 

Lacy Hurd, captain; Aaron Jewell, lieutenant; Darius Hewitt, 
ensign. 

Victor Putman, captain; Allen Basset, lieutenant; Robert Arm- 
strong, ensign. 

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2322 Annual Report of the 

Elisha Culver, captain; Bradley Thompson, lieutenant; Joseph 
Howard, ensign; Nicholas Yast, lieutenant; Melvin Schenck, ensign; 
Daniel Lewis, ensign. 

Riflemen — John Sebring, captain; James Cumpton, lieutenant; 
Samuel W. Deming, ensign. 

Tenth regiment of cavalry : 

Harry Hurd, second lieutenant; Russell Hare, cornet. 

Ninety-sixth regiment of infantry: 

James Warden, surgeon's mate; John Huntington, quartermaster; 
John Larrowe, paymaster. 

Asa Blood, captain; Stephen Grant, lieutenant; Jacob W. Strong, 
ensign: Elijah Read, lieutenant; Matthew Brink, ensign. 

Battalion commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Simeon Bacon: 

Josiah Pond, junior, adjutant; Abraham Hogling, paymaster; 
Levi Goodrich, surgeon. 

Josiah Pond, junior, captain; Robert G. Butler, lieutenant; Solo- 
mon Brown, ensign; Paul Manhart, ensign. 

Battalion commanded by Major Augustus Tyler: 

Levi Fay, surgeon's mate. 

Horace Cole, ensign; William Horton, lieutenant; Elijah Kent, 
ensign; Nathaniel Ball, lieutenant; Lovett H. Edget, ensign. 

Riflemen — John Perkins, captain; William Sheldon, lieutenant; 
Frederick Bason, ensign. 

Lieutenant Colonel Archa Campbell's battalion: 

Jacob Woodard, adjutant; Johnson Niles, paymaster. 

Benjamin Harrower, captain; Michael P. Stubbs, lieutenant; Wil- 
liam Steward, lieutenant; Cyprian S. Hooker, ensign. 

New battalion organized from the west part of the Ninety-sixth 
regiment: 

Rudolphus Howe, major commandant; Paul C. Cook, adjutant; 



State Historian. 2323 

1821. 
James Conn, paymaster; David A. Rhodes, quartermaster; Warren 
Patchin, surgeon. 

Riflemen — Levi Smith, captain; Peter Haight, captain; Adin Par- 
menter, lieutenant; Eleazer Bennet, ensign. 

SENECA COUNTY. 

Twenty-first division of infantry: 

William Thompson, judge advocate, vice Samuel Birdsall, who is 
hereby superseded. 

Thirty-eighth brigade of infantry: 

Michael Hoffman, judge advocate, vice Asgill Gibbs, who is 
hereby superseded. 

SCHENECTADY COUNTY. 

Fourteenth brigade of infantry : 

John G. Veeder, inspector, vice Broderick, declining. 

PUTNAM COUNTY. 

Thirtieth brigade of infantry: 

Jeremiah Hine, judge advocate, vice Todd, resigned. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Second regiment of riflemen: 

James Chestney, junior, adjutant; John Koon, quartermaster, vice 
Bostwick; David Osborn, paymaster. 

Xathaniel Babcock, captain, vice R. Babcock, resigned; Billings 
Babcock, lieutenant, vice Amidon, resigned; Bugbee Feathers, 
ensign, vice X. Babcock, promoted. 

Richard Wood, captain; William L. Osborn, lieutenant; John 
Haswell, junior, ensign. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Eighty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Edward Whitford, lieutenant colonel, vice Sweet, in new regi- 



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ment; William H. Murray, major, vice Whitford, promoted; John 
Powers, junior, adjutant, vice Murray, promoted; William Wilcox, 
paymaster, vice Carr, new regiment. 

Daniel How, lieutenant; Dorus W. Lockwood, ensign. 

John B. Niles, captain; Jonathan H. Rhodes, lieutenant, vice 
Niles, promoted; Ezra S. Holmes, lieutenant, vice Allen, promoted; 
Samuel Hewet, ensign, vice Hakes, promoted. 

Squire Allen, captain; George Hakes, lieutenant; Evan Jones, 
ensign; Aaron E. Randall, ensign, vice Bowers, promoted; Alpheus 
Ford, lieutenant, vice Burdick, resigned ; John P. Davidson, ensign. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Fifth regiment of artillery: 

Joel Gillett, major, vice Gallup, resigned; Samuel Morgan, quar- 
termaster, vice Bridgen, promoted. 

Captains — Jesse P. Mitchell, vice Esleeck, resigned; Joseph Gal- 
lup, vice Williams, resigned; John F. Breet, vice McAuley, resigned. 

First lieutenants — Cornelius V. Gibson, vice Mitchell, promoted; 
Christopher Gould, vice Gallup, promoted; John Harper, vice Bradt, 
promoted. 

Second lieutenants — James Gibbs, vice Gould, promoted; John 
Odell, vice Harper, promoted; Joseph D. Shifter, vice Gibson, 
promoted. i 

OTSEGO COUNTY. 

Second regiment of infantry: 
Henry Scott, junior, paymaster. 

CAYUGA COUNTY. 

Battalion of riflemen in the county of Cayuga commanded by 
Major John Richardson: 

John Robbins. captain, vice Coe, moved; Davis Hurd, lieutenant, 
vice Robbins, promoted; Owen Edy, ensign, vice Hurd, promoted. 



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Hezekiah Eldridge, captain, vice Murphey, resigned; Abraham 
Pier, lieutenant, vice Eldridge, promoted; Noble Adams, ensign, 
vice Pier, promoted. 

SULLIVAN COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Eighty-fifth regiment of infantry: 
Eli Perry, captain, vice Andrews, resigned; John Crawford, lieu- 
tenant, vice Perry, promoted; Daniel H. Beers, ensign, vice Craw- 
ford, promoted; George Burns, lieutenant; Adam White, ensign. 

OSWEGO COUNTY. 

Forty-eighth brigade : 

James F. Wight, to be superseded as brigade judge advocate; 
Samuel B. Beach, appointed in his stead. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Ninth regiment of cavalry: 

Timothy Downs, lieutenant colonel, vice Thomas P. Danforth, 
who is hereby superseded. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

Fifteenth brigade of infantry: 

Joseph W. Strang, judge advocate, vice Aaron Ward, who is 
hereby superseded; John Sing, brigade inspector, vice Jackson 
Odell, who is hereby superseded. 

Fourth division of infantry: 

ROCKLAND COUNTY. 

Peter S. Van Orden, major general, vice Pierre Van Cortland, 
who is hereby superseded. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

John D. Smith, division inspector, vice Philip G. Van Wyck, who 
is hereby superseded; Alexander Tompkins, division quartermaster, 



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vice James Cooper, who is hereby superseded: Stephen Ward, 
division paymaster, vice Edward Hyde Delancey, deceased. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Eighty-second regiment of infantry: 

Edwin Clark, lieutenant. 

Ensigns — Edward Livingston, Alfred D. Moore, George Davis. 

Xinety-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Albert Chrystie, lieutenant colonel, vice Livingston, resigned. 

One Hundred and Twenty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Robert J. Renwick, major, vice Chrystie, promoted. 

One Hundred and Xinety-seventh regiment of infantry: 

W. C. H. Waddell, ensign. 

Forty-fifth brigade of infantry : 

Edward Livingston, judge advocate, vice Watts, resigned. 

CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Sixty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Riflemen — Alva Simons, captain, vice Jackson, cashiered; Daniel 

Page, lieutenant, vice Simons, promoted; Daniel Russell, junior, 

(ensign), vice Page, promoted. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Twelfth regiment of cavalry: 

Edward Sawyer, major. 

Henry Grout, adjutant, vice Smith, resigned; Alanson Brown, 
paymaster, vice Hall, moved; John Barnard, chaplain. 

Daniel Tinker, captain; Solomon Case, first lieutenant; Kellogg 
Yosburgh, second lieutenant; Montgomery Yosburgh, cornet. 

Aaron Cook, captain, vice Sawyer, promoted; Peter Putnam, first 
lieutenant, vice Cook, promoted; Horace Eggleston, second lieu- 



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tenant, vice Putnam, promoted; Amos Lee, junior, cornet, vice 
Eggleston, promoted. 

John Gooding, first lieutenant, vice Cady, moved; Ira Webster, 
second lieutenant, vice Gooding, promoted; Samuel B. Perkins, 
cornet, vice Webster, promoted. 

Solomon Frost, captain, vice Allen, declining; Smith Henry, first 
lieutenant, vice Hatch, declined; Zachariah Longyor, second lieu- 
tenant, vice Taggort, moved; Samuel Taylor, cornet. 

Erasmus T. Cummins, first lieutenant, vice Frost, promoted; 
Eldrick Smith, second lieutenant, vice Cummins, promoted; Joseph 
Anthony, cornet, vice Smith, promoted. 

SCHOHARIE COUNTY. 

Eighteenth regiment of infantry : 

Peter Keyser, adjutant, vice Brown, sheriff. 

John Tippit, lieutenant, vice Earls, resigned; Caleb Turner, ensign, 
vice Tippit, promoted. 

Light Infantry — Leonard Smith, captain, vice Vogel, resigned; 
Peter S. Swart, lieutenant, vice Swart, deceased; Henry J. Warner, 
ensign, vice Swart, promoted. 

One Hundred and Fourth regiment of infantry: 

Dexter Brown, colonel, vice Jones, resigned; Benjamin Hickok, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Brown, promoted; Daniel Hager, junior, 
major, vice Hickok, promoted; James Disbrow, paymaster; Fred- 
erick Hager, quartermaster. 

Miles Tyler, captain, vice Bigelow, deceased; James B. Treadwell, 
lieutenant, vice Tyler, promoted; Jacob C. Hoagland, ensign, vice 
Treadwell, promoted. 

Joseph Burnet, captain, vice Brown, resigned; Daniel Conkling, 
lieutenant, vice Burnet, promoted; William Wiltsey, ensign, vice 
Conkling, promoted. 



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Levi Gallup, captain, vice Hickok, promoted; Nathan Gallup, 
lieutenant, vice L. Gallup, promoted; Eleazer Treadwell, ensign, 
vice N. Gallup, promoted. 

Riflemen — Russel G. Beard, captain; Martin B. Thomas, lieuten- 
ant; Henry Simons, ensign. 

One Hundred and Thirteenth regiment of infantry: 

Talmage Leek, adjutant; Abraham L. Lawyer, paymaster; 
Thomas B. Van Alstyne, surgeon's mate. 

Henry France, junior, captain, vice Bellinger, declined; John G. 
Bouck, lieutenant, vice France, promoted; John S. Van Steenbergh, 
ensign. 

Severenus Brown, captain, vice Crumey, resigned; Henry J. Moak, 
lieutenant, vice Brown, promoted; James Sweetman, ensign; Elial 
Cross, lieutenant; Jacob Bonta, junior, ensign. 

John Sixbey, captain; Andrew Orlup, lieutenant. 

Peter Stall, captain, vice J. Stall, promoted; Sylvester Rathbone, 
lieutenant, vice P. Stall, promoted; Timothy Cook, ensign; Joseph 
Fraats, ensign. 

John G. Youngs, captain, vice Snyder, resigned; Robert Gordon, 
lieutenant, vice Youngs, promoted; Philip Kerker, ensign, vice Gor- 
don, promoted. 

STEUBEN COUNTY. 

Xinety-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Selah Barnard, colonel; William J. Nealy, lieutenant colonel; John 
D. Higgins, surgeon. 

llkro Kenedy, captain; Dauphin Murray, lieutenant; Erastus 
Wright, ensign. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Garrit Y. Denniston, judge advocate general, vice Peter Ganse- 
voort, who is hereby superseded; Thomas A. Bridgen, brigade judge 
advocate of thirty-first brigade of infantry, vice John S. Van Rens- 
selaer, who is hereby superseded. 



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State Historian. 2329 

The last legislature under the first constitution of the state assem- 
bled at Albany January I, 1822. The old Republican party had 
gradually and naturally assumed the name of the Democratic party, 
which had been more or less used by many of its believers for a 
decade. Samuel B. Romaine of New York, the candidate of that 
party, was chosen speaker. The following committee was appointed 
on the part of the assembly to answer the Governor's speech: Mr. 
Michael Ulshoeffer of New York, Mr. Silvester Gardner of Onon- 
daga, Mr. Philip Brasher of New York, Mr. Jacob I. Hasbrouck of 
Ulster, and Mr. John Blakeley of Otsego. On the 7th inst. Mr.* 
Ulshoeffer, from the committee, submitted the following report: 

' That it seems to have been the practice of the colonial govern- 
ment, drawn from the usage of the king and parliament of Great 
Britain, for the governor to meet the assembly in person, and to 
deliver a speech, at the opening of each session; and for the house 
to return an answer thereto. The members of assembly marched 
in procession, to the governor's quarters, and attended at the de- 
livery of the answer which was read by the speaker. This ceremony 
appears to have been adopted by the governors of our state, and 
by both houses of the legislature since the revolution, and has con- 
tinued to be followed until within the two last sessions. 

" In the speech of Governor Clinton, of 1819, he declares to the 
legislature that answers are not demanded by the constitution, nor 
by expediency, and beside prolonging the session and frequently 
interrupting its harmony they exhibit formality and pageantry, not 
altogether well adapted to the simplicity of our republican insti- 
tutions. 

" Concurring with these suggestions, the legislature of that year 
omitted the usual answer to the speech. But at the succeeding 
session it appears that his Excellency the Governor delivered a 
speech to both houses, thereby exhibiting a formality and pageantry 
on his part, which he wished to be dispensed with on their part. 
The assembly, therefore, appointed a committee to consider upon 



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the propriety of answering the speech ; from whose report it appears 
that there is no constitutional or other reason for the delivery of a 
speech, in person, by the governor; and that ' the example,' of such 
long standing and general adoption, afforded by ' the author of the 
declaration of independence,' of sending a message, instead of deliv- 
ering a speech, ought to be considered worthy of imitation, as ema- 
nating from so venerable a patriot, and so distinguished a republican. 

' It also appears that on the 16th November, 1820, in order to 
obviate an intimation of the governor ' that custom has prescribed 
a personal instead of a written communication, perhaps as being 
most respectful to the representatives of the people,' the house of 
assembly did resolve, ' that the custom of delivering a speech by 
the executive to the legislature at the opening of the session, and 
of returning an answer to the same is a remnant of royalty not 
recommended by any considerations of public utility and ought to 
be abolished.' 

' Every reason which may have existed in the mind of the gov- 
ernor for personally delivering a speech was thus removed; and it 
was most undoubtedly expected that ' in cherishing a spirit of for- 
bearance and in cultivating that respect which we owe to each other 
and ourselves,' his excellency, at the opening of the present session, 
would have complied with the wishes of the representatives of the 
people, followed the precedent of the illustrious Jefferson, and 
avoided that pageantry and formality so inconsistent with the sim- 
plicity of our republican institutions. 

' But these just expectations have not been realized, and his 
excellency has again followed the royal custom of delivering a 
speech to both houses: in which speech the legislature is specially 
cautioned to be forbearing, conciliatory and respectful. Yet there 
would seem to be no spirit of reciprocity in this caution; for the 
declared wishes of the assembly, that the pageantry and formality 
of a speech should be discontinued, are not even noticed when they 
are disregard* id by his excellency. 

" Under such circumstances perhaps the assembly is called upon 
to exercise their equally valid right of personal communication with 
the executive and of answering his speech. And your committee 



State Historian. 2331 

would have recommended that course was it not for the circum- 
stance mentioned by his excellency, that an amended constitution 
is before the public, which ' varying essentially, in many of its pro- 
visions, from the present frame of government,' will hereafter obvi- 
ate so many difficulties. 

" Nor are there any very important considerations for answering 
the speech, even if the assembly was disposed to continue that prac- 
tice until another election. The duty of the legislature to consider 
the propositions of the executive will be faithfully performed; and 
its time will be more usefully employed in attending to the public 
business than following, on this last occasion, an example of mere 
pageantry and formality. 

;< If, however, your committee believed that there was a want of 
information on the part of the good people of this state, respecting 
the new constitution, which is alluded to by his excellency; or if 
they believed that the honest advice of this legislature would in any 
degree confirm the favorable sentiments of the people, concerning 
that instrument, they would cheerfully assume the responsibility of 
recommending a legislative expression on the subject, in the form 
of an answer to his excellency's speech. And your committee have 
hesitated considerably on that part of the speech relating to the pro- 
ceedings of the convention, because whatever may be its influence, 
it is liable to misconstruction and cannot be of any advantage in 
respect to the pending election. 

' The question on the adoption of the new constitution is of vital 
importance, and the people of this state have a right to claim from 
their representatives of every character, who speak on the subject, 
friendly advice and a frank and honest avowal of opinion. 

" Mere advice and opinions, honestly given and entertained, are 
at all times desirable. And it is to be regretted that the executive 
did not omit entirely any notice of the proceedings of the conven- 
tion; or noticing them, that he did not express his opinions frankly 
and candidly upon the subject. For it is very evident that doubts 
are entertained of the character of his excellency's remarks on the 
constitution, and that those remarks may be considered by some as 
favorable, and by others as unfavorable to its adoption. 



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" Sentiments promulgated in our individual capacities do not 
reach so far and wide as responsible opinions in a representative 
character; and statesmen may too frequently avoid expressing 
opinions on important political questions, either in their individual 
or public capacities. Indeed, your committee do not perceive any 
good reason in reference to the present subject why an honest 
opinion, entertained in one character, might not, with perfect pro- 
priety and ' with frankness and candor,' be avowed in another. Nor 
can they avoid the strong conviction that notwithstanding the exist- 
ence of different sentiments as to the various amendments of our 
state constitution, the people, upon the whole, approve of the pro- 
ceedings of the convention; and that the acceptance of the new 
constitution is a point intimately connected with the best interests, 
and the permanent prosperity and happiness of our state. Consid- 
ering, however, that the public mind is fully informed on this sub- 
ject, and believing that the paragraphs before alluded to in his 
excellency the governor's speech do not require any answer, your 
committee submit, for the consideration of the house, the following 
resolution: 

"Resolved, That this house approves of the declaration of the late 
assembly, that the custom of delivering a speech by the executive 
to the legislature at the opening of the session, and of returning an 
answer to the same is a remnant of royalty not recommended by 
anv considerations of public utility, and ought to be abolished." 

The last Council of Appointment was appointed January 10th and 
consisted of John Townsend of Westchester, Charles E. Dudley of 
Albany, Benjamin Mooers of Clinton, and Perry G. Childs of 
Madison. The duties of this Council were nominal, for by the result 
of the election held January 15th, 16th and 17th, the new consti- 
tution was adopted by the people of the state, seventy-five thousand 
four hundred and twenty-two votes were cast in ratification and 
forty-one thousand four hundred and ninety-seven in opposition. 



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16. 



ALBANY COUNTY. 

The Commander-in-chief having organized a new troop in the Fe b^ 2 ' 
Third regiment of cavalry — Resolved, that the following officers 
be and they are hereby appointed in the said troop, viz.: 

Hallenbake Stafford, captain; Alexander O. Spencer, first lieu- 
tenant; Ashbel S. Webster, second lieutenant; Addison Mandell, 
cornet. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fourteenth regiment of infantry: March 

Xew rifle company — Henry Holton, captain; James S. Wibirt, 
lieutenant; George W. Joslin, ensign. 

MONROE COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Seventy-eighth regiment of infantry: 
New rifle company — Benjamin H. Brown, captain; Solomon 
Close, lieutenant; James Fraser, ensign. 

CAYUGA COUNTY. 

Auburn state prison guard: 

Joseph S. Colt, captain; James Fitch, lieutenant; James Francis, 
ensign. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Battalion of artillery organized within the beat of the brigade of 
infantry in the city and county of Albany: 

James Gibbons, junior, major commandant. 

Fifth regiment of artillery: 

Isaac Denniston, junior, paymaster, vice Southwick, deceased. 

Captains — Francis J. Bradt, vice Gibbons, promoted; John 
Albright, vice J. B. Wands, resigned; Asahel B. Roberts, vice 
Gallup, promoted; Eldad Jackson, vice W. Sanders, resigned. 

First lieutenants — Leonard D. Shaw, vice Bradt, promoted; 
Patrick Clark, vice Albright, promoted; Samuel McCall, vice Rob- 



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erts, promoted; Ancel C. Smith, vice Jackson, promoted; John 
Koon, vice Gibson, moved. 

Second lieutenants — Horatio Merchant, vice Schieffer, resigned; 
David Chamberlin; Arnold Nelson; Lyman Arnold; Eliakim Briggs. 

Battalion of riflemen commanded by Major Henry A. Williams: 

Barent P. Staats, surgeon; Rensselaer Gansevoort, surgeon's 
mate. 

John Mayell, junior, lieutenant, vice (Jacob) Fredenrich (Freden- 
ryck), resigned; Thomas J. Thomas, ensign, vice (William R.) Hills, 
appointed quartermaster. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY. 

Twelfth division of infantry: 

Amasa Trowbridge, hospital surgeon, vice Davis, moved; Orville 
Hungerford, quartermaster, vice Slott, resigned. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Third regiment of cavalry: 

George Dexter, paymaster; Vernor Cuyler, surgeon. 
Frederick Van Wormer, second lieutenant; Peter G. Sharp, cor- 
net; Lewis Koon, cornet. 

OTSEGO COUNTY. 

Second brigade of infantry: 

Rufus Brown, quartermaster, vice Walton, moved. 

Second regiment of infantry: 

Walter Holt, major, vice Fitch, resigned; Peleg B. Peckham, 
surgeon, vice Pomeroy, moved. 

Captains — Daniel Elwood, vice Holt, promoted; Job Irons, vice 
Thayer, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Cornelius Van Home, vice Elwood, promoted; 
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Ensigns — Levi Flail, vice Van Home, promoted; Jason Butter- 
field, vice Gates, promoted. 

Light Infantry — Miles Comstock, captain, vice Wilson, moved; 
Chancy N. Chapman, lieutenant, vice Comstock, promoted; William 
H. Morell, ensign, vice Chapman, promoted. 

Seventh regiment of infantry: 

Henry Preston, quartermaster; Andrew Burnesen, paymaster, vice 
Preston. 

Frances Boughton, lieutenant, vice Todd, promoted. 

Fifty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Riflemen — Samuel Harris, captain, vice Stearns, moved; William 
Hoeg, lieutenant, vice Harris, promoted; Thomas Southworth, 
ensign. 

Salmon White, captain, vice Hitchcock, resigned; Asael S.Brooks, 
lieutenant, vice Todd, resigned; Isaac Wing, ensign. 

One Hundred and Twelfth regiment of infantry: 

Menzo White, ensign. 

Sixtieth regiment of infantry: 

Amos Windsor, adjutant, vice Stewart, declined; James Trippe, 
surgeon; Consider Wing, surgeon's mate. 

Captains — Nathan Wheeler, vice H. Hopkins, promoted; William 
Allen, vice Cully, moved; Curtiss H. Green (new company); Jacob 
H. Deitz, vice Quackenbush, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Holden Cook, vice Wheeler, promoted; Smith 
Humphrey; George W.Smith; John Terry (new company); Leonard 
Baker, yice Barnard, resigned; Rodney Arnold, vice McDonald, 
deceased. 

Ensigns — Benjamin Pierce, vice Cook, promoted; Benajah Ells- 
worth, vice Humphrey, promoted ; Rufus E. Straight. 



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One Hundred and Fifty-first regiment: 

Daniel Cone, colonel, vice Cove, resigned; David Shaw, lieuten- 
ant colonel, vice Cone, promoted; Henry Ogden, major, vice Shaw, 
promoted; Ashbell R. Rockwell, adjutant, vice Ogden, promoted; 
Thaddeus R. Austin, paymaster, vice Page, moved. 

Ira Skidmore, captain, vice Piatt, moved; Silas Neff, lieutenant; 
Christopher Gifford, ensign; Truman Trask, lieutenant, vice Bur- 
dick, resigned; William Benedict, ensign, vice Maxon, resigned. 

William Bushnell, captain; Townsend U. Bushnell, lieutenant, 
vice William Bushnell, promoted; Lawrence P. Brooks, ensign, vice 
T. U. Bushnell, promoted. 

One Hundred and Thirty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Alfred Porter, major, vice Brown, declining; Daniel Richards, 
adjutant, vice Porter, promoted; Demas Young, quartermaster, vice 
Tinney, resigned; Truman Richards, paymaster; Wheeler Palmer, 
surgeon's mate. 

Captains — Olcott B. Palmer, vice Payne, resigned; Dorus Hatch, 
with rank from March 27, 1821. 

Ensigns — Justin Higgins, vice Palmer, promoted; Caleb Angel; 
Waterman Morey; Samuel Whitford, vice Brown, moved. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Seventeenth division of infantry: 

John Williams, paymaster, vice Troop, declined; David C. Cleve- 
land, aide-de-camp to the major general, vice Beekman, declined. 

ALLEGANY COUNTY. 

Twenty-fifth division of infantry: 

Isaac Southworth, hospital surgeon : John Palmer and Edward 
Renwick. aides to the major general. 



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clinton county. 
Battalion of riflemen and light infantry in the county of Clinton 

(commanded by Major Azariah C. Flagg): 

Riflemen — James Bailey, captain, vice Trowbridge, resigned; St. 
John B. L. Skinner, lieutenant, vice Bailey, promoted; Henry I\. 
Averill, ensign, vice Skinner, promoted. 

CORTLAND COUNTY. 

Nineteenth division of infantry: 

Ananias Jenks and Nathan Dayton, aides to the major general. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Seventy-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Captains — Isaac T. Van Wyck, vice Shelters, resigned; Gilbert 
Cleland, vice Mabie, resigned; Philander B. Penny, vice Conklin, 
resigned; John Debaun, vice Lane, resigned; Thomas Duggan, vice 
Smith, resigned; Hay Stevenson, vice Van Wyck, promoted; Edwin 
Burr, vice Cleland; George C. Satterlee, vice Penny. 

Lieutenants — Henry A. Ovington, vice Van Wyck, promoted; 
Samuel C. Brewster, vice Cleland, promoted; John J. Kipp, vice 
Debaun, promoted; James W. Shield, vice Duggan, promoted; 
Daniel Jackson, vice Stevenson, promoted; Henry Lane, vice Burr, 
promoted; Daniel L. Rapeleye, vice Satterlee, promoted. 

Ensigns — Richard Corre, vice Ovington, promoted; George W. 
Bunce, vice Brewster, promoted; Nathaniel Duggan; Cornelius L. 
Sidell; Peter A. Cowdry; John Mitchell; David W. Wetmore: James 
H. Rathbone. 

Eighty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Ensigns — Richard Kemble, George W. Welles, Oliver Bronson. 

One Hundred and Sixth regiment of infantry: 

Captains — Melancton S. Swartwout, vice Tompkins, resigned; 
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Cornelius P. McElwain. vice Tredwell, resigned; Oliver Holden, 
junior, vice Lynch, deceased. 

Lieutenants — George C. DeKay, vice Abeel. resigned: Charles 
Ewing, vice Swartwout, promoted; George G. Scofield, vice McEl- 
wain, promoted. 

Ensigns — Allen C. Lee, vice Holden, promoted; William C. 
Wales, vice DeKay. promoted; Peter P. Van Zandt, vice Ewing, 
promoted; Henry A. Rathbone; William X. Birch; Ogden Edwards; 
William Walker: Abraham DeCamp; Henry J. Lowere. 

One Hundred and Fifteenth regiment of infantrv: 

Frederick Buckelew, surgeon, vice Dunban (Samuel P. Dunbar), 
resigned. 

Captains — Aaron Fountain; Peter Stuyvesant, vice Hepburn, 
moved; Henry Ferris, vice Lord, resigned; Reed R. Throckmorton, 
vice Schoonmaker, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Robert Cox, vice Stuyvesant, promoted; William 
Torrey, junior, vice Ferris, promoted; Charles W. Timpson, vice 
Throckmorton, promoted; Stephen Stanbury. 

Ensigns — David Marsh, junior, vice Cox, promoted; Daniel W. 
Townsend, vice Torrey, promoted; Frederick W. Ritter, vice Timp- 
son, promoted: Isaac S. Varian; Stephen Bourdett. 

George Scriba, captain, vice Roome, resigned; William W. Cowan, 
lieutenant, vice Scriba, promoted; John Yandcrbilt, ensign, vice 
Cowan, promoted. 

Third brigade of infantry: 

Luther Clark, quartermaster, vice Tallmadge, resigned: Thomas 
II. .Mills, paymaster, vice Fleming, resigned. 

Tenth regiment of infantry: 

Captains— Henry C. Hedley, vice Irving, resigned; William F. 
BlydenburgH, vice Mills, promoted. 



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Lieutenants — George W. Smith, vice Hedley, promoted; Sidney 
A. Holly, vice Blydenburgh. 

Ensigns— Martin L. Wilkins, vice Woodhull, promoted; Oliver 
M. Lowndes, vice Morris, promoted. 

Fifty-first regiment of infantry: 

Captains — Erastus Goodwin, vice Folmar, resigned; John E. 
Rich, vice Post, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Gideon Fountain, with rank from March 17, 1821; 
Edwin Bergh, vice Goodwin, promoted; Aaron Dikeman, vice Rich, 
promoted. 

Ensigns — Thomas Kermitt, vice Bergh, promoted; Beach Ivers, 
vice Dikeman, promoted. 

SARATOGA COUNTY. 

Ninth brigade of infantry: 

Samuel Stewart, brigadier general, vice (David) Gordon, resigned. 

One Hundred and Forty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Samuel Demarest, colonel, vice Stewart, promoted; William Neff. 
lieutenant colonel, vice Demarest, promoted; Solomon Higgins, 
major, vice Neff, promoted; John P. Higgins, surgeon, vice Shaw, 
moved; William Tibbitts, surgeon's mate, vice Higgins, promoted. 

William Chadsey, captain, vice S. Higgins, promoted; Elisha F. 
Calkins, lieutenant, vice Chadsey, promoted; Shubael Taylor, en- 
sign, vice Calkins, promoted. 

Barnet Palmerton. captain, vice Weldon (Michael Welden), re- 
signed; Solomon C. Peck, lieutenant, vice Palmerton, promoted; 
Abijah Peck, junior, ensign, vice S. C. Peck, promoted. 

Abraham Travise, captain, vice Powers, resigned; Peters Sickler, 
lieutenant, vice Travise, promoted; Wynant G. Vandenbergh, en- 
sign, vice Sickler, promoted. 



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Thompson Morris, captain, vice Brown, resigned; William Brad- 
shaw, junior, lieutenant, vice Deuel, moved; Caleb Lamb, ensign, 
vice Morris, promoted. 

Thirty-second regiment of infantry: 

Abraham J. Berry, surgeon, vice Williams, resigned; Joseph B. 
Lindsley, surgeon's mate, vice Mairs, moved. 

Light Infantry— William C. DeForest, captain, vice Odell, re- 
signed: Aaron Cook, lieutenant, vice Smith, resigned; Isaac Lock- 
wood, ensign, vice Jennings, moved; William McWilliams, lieu- 
tenant; James Gilchrist, ensign, vice Anderson, dropped. 

Lyman Sherwood, lieutenant, vice Lord, resigned; John Mc- 
Knight, junior, ensign, vice Sherwood, promoted; Lyman Wilcox, 
ensign, vice Chapman, resigned. 

Forty-first regiment of infantry: 

David R. Lawrence, lieutenant colonel, vice Conklin, declining; 
James D. McBride, major, vice Cooper, resigned. 

Riflemen — William B. Caldwell, captain, vice McBride, promoted; 
Daniel D. Rogers, lieutenant, vice Billings, moved. 

Gideon C. More, captain, vice Lawrence, promoted; Simeon 
Arnold, lieutenant, vice More, promoted. 

Ensigns — David Newland, vice Arnold, promoted; Osman Dun- 
ning, vice Hunter, promoted; Jacob Near, vice Wright, moved. 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Sixty-fourth regiment of infantry : 

Ethan B. Allen, colonel; Johnson Goodwill, lieutenant colonel; 
James B. Tousley, major; Samuel C. Holden, quartermaster. 

Roswell Britton, captain; Daniel Ford, lieutenant. 

Joseph Shaw, captain; Benjamin F. Towner, lieutenant; Nathaniel 
Bean, ensign. 



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1822. 

Harley N. Bushnel, captain; Amos N. Marsh, lieutenant; William 
Fuller, ensign. 

John Porter, captain; John S. Worden, lieutenant; Beloste Mer- 
rills, ensign. 

Light Infantry — John Davids, captain; Jonathan Lay, lieuten- 
ant; William H. Wells, ensign. 

LIVINGSTON COUNTY.* 

One Hundred and Sixty-first regiment of infantry: 

Jeremiah J.R.Smith, colonel; Charles Leonard, lieutenant colonel; 
George W. Jones, major; John A. Granger, adjutant; Jerome Curtis, 
paymaster; Daniel H. Bissell, surgeon; Mason G. Smith, surgeon's 
mate. 

Captains — Joseph Jenks, Phineas Lake, Daniel McBride, Patrick 
McEntee. 

William W. Jones, captain; Samuel T. Mills, captain. 

Lieutenants — Eli Glass, Luman Stanley, Tilly Gilbert, John 
Becraft, Nathaniel Goddard, Julius Cruttendon, Jesse Moss. 

Ensigns — Thomas DeWitt, Amos Baldwin, John J. Reed, Wil- 
liam Fellows, Patridge T. Beardsley, Daniel Pettibone, Samuel 
Gilman, junior, Lowdon Kellogg. 

Alexander Carr, captain; Abel Edwards, lieutenant; Ebenezer 
Sturges, ensign. 

Riflemen — John D. Landon, captain; Daniel Wheeler, lieutenant; 
Horace Bingham, ensign. 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

Ninety-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Samuel Nicholds, colonel; Horace S. Towner, lieutenant colonel; 
James Case, major. 

* Livingston county was erected from Ontario and Genesee counties February 23, 
1821.— State Historian. 



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234 2 Annual Report of the 

Jerrecl B. Barber, captain; Gideon Warner, lieutenant; Wheaton 
A. Briggs, ensign. 

Xathan Clapp, captain; Arnold Brainard, lieutenant; William T. 
Franklin, ensign; Richard Sergeants, lieutenant; Pelatiah Case, 
junior, ensign. 

Luther Briggs, captain; Warren Webster, lieutenant; Titus Petti- 
bone, ensign. 

Perkins Hatfield, captain; Joel S. Smith, lieutenant; Timothy W. 
Charles, ensign. 

One Hundred and Seventy-first regiment of infantry: 

Chester Warrener, lieutenant colonel; Phineas Stanton, major; 
Henry Sterns, adjutant; Hiram Smith, quartermaster; Elisha Par- 
melee, paymaster; Augustus Frank, surgeon; Robert Seever, sur- 
geon's mate. 

Captains — Caleb Torry, Elijah Norton, Zephon Broughton, James 
Kelly. 

Lieutenants — Henry Reed, Samuel Warner, John Salisbury, 
Jonah R. Broughton. 

Ensigns — Knowlton Rich, Ezekiel Hamlin, Christopher Jones, 
Salmon T. More. 

( >ne Hundred and Xinety-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Elisha S. Smith, captain; David Wait, lieutenant; Robert Miller, 
lieutenant. 

F.nsigns — William Wightman, Jeremiah Baldwin, Orsamus War- 
ren. William C. Wright. 

< )ne Hundred and Ninety-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Mosley Stoddard, lieutenant colonel; Lewis M. Gates, adjutant; 
Rufus Robertson, quartermaster; Daniel White, surgeon. 

Clark Daniels, lieutenant; Dennis Blakesly, lieutenant; William 
C. Cadman, ensign; Harvey Tuttle, ensign. 



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niagara county. 

Fifth brigade of infantry : 
Albert H. Porter, quartermaster. 

ERIE COUNTY.* 

Guy H. Goodrich, paymaster. 

NIAGARA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Eightieth regiment of infantry: 

James Wisner, colonel, vice Mabee, moved; Jacob Albright, lieu- 
tenant colonel; Cotten Nash, major, vice Richardson, resigned; 
Franklin Butterfield, surgeon, vice Henderson, resigned; Henry 
Lasey, surgeon's mate; William Harington, chaplain. 

Captains — Mark Burtch, vice Albright, promoted; Aaron Leland, 
vice Richardson, resigned; Oliver Lewis, vice Ellsworth, resigned; 
Barnabas Hall, vice Nash, promoted. 

Lieutenants — David Harington, vice Burtch, promoted; Samuel 
White; Henry M. Starks; Richard Weaver. 

Ensigns — Maston Sherwood, Samuel Gladding, David C. Culver, 
Hiram Mead. 

Light Infantry — Alexander Laverty, captain; Amos Green, 
lieutenant ; Jeremiah Cotten, ensign. 

One Hundred and Sixty-third regiment of infantry: 

Charles Molyneux, colonel, vice Howel, resigned; Alexander 
Dickerson, lieutenant colonel, vice Hatheway, resigned; Samuel 
Barton, major, vice Molyneux, promoted. 

Captains — Amos S. Tryon, vice Barton, promoted; Matthias 
Kline, vice Dickerson, promoted; Elijah Chamberlin, vice McNiel, 
promoted ;■ William Doty. 



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* Erie county was erected from Niagara county April 2, 182 1. — State Historian. 



1822. 



2344 Annual Report of the 

Lieutenants — John J. Beach, vice Tryon, promoted; Abraham 
Mesler. vice Cline, promoted; John Dunlap, vice Doty, promoted; 
David Kemp, vice Ives, declining; Jacob Flanders, vice Danforth, 
declining. 

Ensigns — Samuel M. Chebbuck, vice Beach, promoted; Leonard 
H. Walker, vice Dunlap, promoted; Aiba P. Smith, vice Mesler, 
promoted; Cyrus Churchill, vice Molyneux, declined; Alexander F. 
Tyler, vice Chamberlin, promoted; David Bixby, vice Kemp, pro- 
moted. 

Light Infantry (new company) — Gideon B. Roys, captain; Cor- 
nelius Van Horn, lieutenant; Enoch Pease, ensign. 

ERIE COUNTY. 

Thirteenth regiment of infantry: 

Orange Mansfield, colonel; Francis Lincoln, lieutenant colonel; 
George Stow, major; James Sweeney, paymaster; Marcus McNeal, 
quartermaster; William Lucus, surgeon; Lucius H. Allen, surgeon's 
mate. 

Captains — Isbun Howland, Job Bestow, Benjamin Hodge, Ira 
Daud (Doud), Samuel Beeman, James Carman. 

Lieutenants — Xathaniel Wilgus, James H. Case, Stephen Osborn, 
Asa Man. Peter L. Minor, John S. Slosson. 

Ensigns — William Fisk, Alfred Teft, Alanson Palmer, Elijah 
Knight. Thomas R. Felton, Ezra Seely, Silas Snow, Duly Cum- 
min. 

CAYUGA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fifty-eighth regiment of infantry: 
Abraham Gridley, major, vice Price, resigned; John H. Bennet, 
adjutant, vice Young, moved. 

Captains — John C. Lewis, vice Crane, resigned: William Haines, 



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vice Montgomery, resigned; Henry H. Cooley, vice Smith, resigned ; 
Almeron H. Cole, vice Gridley, promoted. 

Lieutenants — Henry Ramsey, vice Hanes, promoted; Alanson 
Smith, vice Robertson, deceased; William E. Tibbils; John B. Tall- 
man, vice Cooley, promoted; John Wait, vice Lewis, promoted; John 
Oliphant, junior, vice Cole, promoted. 

Ensigns — Charles M. Nicolls, vice Ramsey, promoted; Henry M. 
Griffin, vice Tallman, promoted; James Dole, vice Smith, promoted; 
Arman Rhoades; John S. Willis, vice Wait, promoted; Clark R. 
Hotchkiss, vice Oliphant, promoted; William Mandeville, vice 
Arnold, resigned. 

Twenty-first regiment of infantry: 

Simon Culver, colonel, vice Chadwick, resigned; Ezekiel Parker, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Culver, promoted; Herman Bissell, major, 
vice Parker, promoted; Joseph Bishop, adjutant; Josiah Chatfield, 
quartermaster. 

Captains — Elias Tillotson, vice Barger, resigned; Robert Sharp- 
steen, vice Bissell, promoted; Peter Lawson, vice Haywood, moved. 

Lieutenants — Philo Baldwin, vice Lawson, promoted; Selden 
Chadwick, vice Tillotson, promoted; Hiram Rathbun, vice Sharp- 
steen, promoted. 

Ensigns — John C. Bull, vice Robinson, promoted; William Pan- 
cus, vice Baldwin, promoted; Daniel D. Owen; Allen Palmer; 
Charles S. Olmsted; Humphrey Hunt, vice Bush, moved. 

One Hundred and Sixty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Ebenezer Curtis, quartermaster. 

Captains — Robert Gait, vice Emerson; John Dolson. 

Lieutenants — Gardner Jeffries, Isaac Van Doren. 

Ensigns — Robert Gridley, Amos Barnes, Peter Young, David 
Trumbull. 



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1822. 



2346 Annual Report of the 

One Hundred and Ninth regiment of infantry: 

Ezra Hough, colonel, vice (Agreen) Ingraham, moved, and (Wil- 
liam) Greenfield, unfit; Asa Little, lieutenant colonel, vice Hough, 
promoted, etc.; Samuel Odell, major, vice Hough, promoted; Isaac 
Wood, quartermaster, vice Pierce, resigned;. Silas N. Hall, surgeon, 
vice Ford, moved: David E. Lord, surgeon's mate, vice Hall, pro- 
moted. 

Captains — Elijah Austin, vice Fuller, resigned; Isaac W. Skinner, 
vice Little, promoted; John M. Brinkerhoff, vice Ten Eyck, moved; 
Abraham J. Slover, vice Stivers, moved; Ezekiel Smith, vice Branch, 
moved. 

Lieutenants — Eleazer Woodard, vice Austin, promoted; John 
Locke, vice Skinner, promoted; Hezekiah Johnson, vice Brinker- 
hoff, promoted; James D. Hewitt, vice West, promoted; Alvin Kel- 
logg, vice Smith, promoted. 

Ensigns — Jotham Bassett, vice Woodard, promoted: James 
Powers, vice Locke, promoted; William Slover, vice Johnson, pro- 
moted; Orrin Standish, vice Slover, promoted; Ephraim Hardy, vice 
Kellogg, promoted; Thomas Cone, vice Kennedy, promoted. 

REXSSELAER COUNTY. 

Eighty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Emerson Hull, surgeon's mate. 

Lieutenants — Dorus W. Lockwood; John P. Davinson (Danison), 
vice Force, resigned. 

Ensigns — Prentice W. Mash, vice Lockwood, promoted; James 
Jones; Lewis Hewitt, vice Jones, resigned; Cornelius Henning, vice 
Mattison,* set to First regiment: Daniel B. Greene; Isaac B. Main; 
Francis West, vice Davinson, promoted. 

• Ebene/er Matteson appointed ensign of light infantry, Eighty-sixth regiment, June 
22, 1818. — State Historian. 



State Historian'. 2347 

Forty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Daniel B. Bratt, captain, vice Palmer, moved away; Shubael Rog- 
ers, lieutenant, vice Bratt, promoted; Amasa Kinyon, junior, ensign, 
vice Rogers, promoted. 

Archibald Graff, captain, vice Brown, resigned; Jeremiah Wil- 
liams, lieutenant, vice Graff, promoted; Stephen L. Sherwood, 
ensign, vice J. Williams, promoted. 

Forty-third regiment of infantry: 

Anthony Ten Eyck, major. 

John J. Baurhyte, captain, vice Ten Eyck, promoted; Joseph W. 
Crandall, lieutenant, vice Baurhyte, promoted; Lucas P. Schermer- 
horn, ensign, vice Crandall, promoted. 

Peter A. Smith, captain, vice Boughton, resigned; Isaac Ham, 
lieutenant, vice Smith, promoted; Archibald C. Garrison, ensign, 
vice Ham, promoted. 

David Rightor, captain, vice Lansing, resigned; Martinus Lan- 
sing, lieutenant, vice Rightor, promoted; Robert Hitchcock, ensign, 
vice Lansing, promoted. 

John M. Fryer, captain, vice Spencer, resigned; Stephen N. Der- 
rick, lieutenant, vice Fryer, promoted; Salmon H. Crawford, ensign. 

Gilbert H. Merinor, captain, vice Pitts, resigned; Gardner Lan- 
don, lieutenant, vice Merinor, promoted; Jacob Beam, ensign; John 
Westfall, ensign. 

One Hundred and Fifty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

James Ladue, lieutenant colonel; Philip P. Dater, major; Matthew- 
Lane, adjutant, vice Converse, moved away; Jacob Dater, pay- 
master. 

William H. Whiting, captain, vice Ladue, promoted; Sidney A. 
Redfield, lieutenant, vice Gilbert, moved away; Valentine Marvin, 
ensign. 



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1822. 



2348 Annual Report of the 

Hugh McChesney, captain, vice Dater, promoted; James W. Col- 
lison, lieutenant, vice McChesney, promoted; Charles Derick, ensign, 
vice Collison, promoted. 

William J. High, captain, with rank from March 17, 1821 ; Daniel 
H. Stone, ensign, with like rank. 

Light Infantry — Gersham Cook, captain, with like rank; 
Charles B. Prescott, lieutenant, with like rank; John Prescott, 
ensign, with like rank; Samuel Pitcher, captain; John V. Fassett, 
lieutenant, vice Wallace, resigned; John R. Kimberly, ensign, vice 
Bardsley, moved away. 

John Peck, captain, with rank from March 17, 1821; Thomas 
Withy, lieutenant, with like rank, vice Peck, promoted; Reuben 
Searls, ensign, vice Withy, promoted. 

Rynear Van Every, captain, vice Baringer, resigned; Lewis Kin- 
ney, lieutenant, vice Van Every, promoted; Caleb Finch, ensign, 
vice Kinney, promoted. 

Riflemen — William Fellows, captain; John Smith, lieutenant; 
John Hadley, ensign, vice Snyder, resigned. 

John Defreest, lieutenant, vice Wendell, resigned; John I. Fonda, 
junior, ensign, vice Defreest, promoted. 

First regiment of infantry: 

Captains — William Redding, Charles M. Davis. 

Hugh Sherman, lieutenant. 

Ensigns — Rensselaer Bly, Levy Parker, Caleb Sheldon, Jeremiah 
L. Herrington. 

SCHENECTADY AND MONTGOMERY COUNTIES. 

One Hundred and Eighty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

SCHENECTADY COUNTY. 

Josiah Patterson, adjutant, vice Hannon, not having accepted. 



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Light Infantry — William Frisbee, captain; William Cole, 
junior, lieutenant; John Bennet, ensign. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

David Cady, paymaster, vice Patterson, adjutant. 

David Mallery, captain, vice Elliot, resigned; Cornelius Hubbs, 
lieutenant, vice Mallery, promoted; Cornelius Van Hoosen, ensign, 
vice Hubbs, promoted; John Bronk, lieutenant, vice Baxter, 
resigned; David Williamson, ensign, vice Herrick, moved. 

Ichabod White, captain, vice Briggs, unable to do duty; James 
White, lieutenant; Ira Marsh, ensign, vice Ichabod White, 
promoted. 

Twenty-sixth regiment of infantry : 

Benjamin Baird, colonel, vice Lenardson, resigned; Henry Valen- 
tine, lieutenant colonel, vice Baird, promoted; Robert Wells, major, 
vice Valentine, promoted; Robert Baird, quartermaster, vice 
Conyne, resigned; Peter Wyckoff, paymaster, vice Putman, 
resigned. 

Philip Fornacrook, captain, vice Wells, promoted; Cornelius C. 
Van Home, lieutenant, vice Fornacrook, promoted; Calvin Herrick, 
ensign, vice Baird, promoted. 

Robert Lanardson, captain, vice Vrooman, resigned; Peter 
Cranker, lieutenant, vice Lanardson, promoted; John J. Williamson, 
ensign, vice Cranker, promoted. 

Philip Hilts, captain, vice Hamilton, moved; Richard Bennet, 
lieutenant, vice Hilts, promoted; Elender Covenhoven, ensign. 

Nineteenth regiment of infantry: 

Grenadiers — Zephi Brockett, captain; John Quilhot, lieutenant; 
Anthony Healy, ensign. 

One Hundred and Thirty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Robert Crouse, lieutenant colonel, vice Bowman, resigned; John 
Wilson, major, vice Crouse, promoted. 



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1822. 



2350 Annual Report of the 

Cornelius Van Camp, junior, captain, vice Wilson, promoted; 
Solomon Ehvood, lieutenant, vice Van Camp, promoted. 

Thirty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Light Infantry — Stephen Livingston, captain, vice Lobdell, 
moved: Aaron Fritcher, lieutenant, vice Livingston, promoted; 
Samuel Lawrence, ensign, vice Fritcher, promoted. 

John Mason, ensign; Abraham G. Brower, ensign, vice Wells, 
declining. 

One Hundred and Twenty-second regiment of infantry: 

Erastus Thorp, captain, vice Wheeler, resigned; Enoch Honey- 
well, lieutenant, vice Thorp, promoted; James Cameron, ensign, vice 
Honeywell, promoted. 

Jacob Banta, captain, vice Johnson, resigned: John Ladd, lieu- 
tenant, vice Banta, promoted; David Smith, ensign, vice Ladd, 
promoted. 

Walter Wait, captain, vice Fonda, moved; George Sherman, lieu- 
tenant, vice Wait, promoted; Jacob Fonda, ensign, vice Sherman, 
promoted. 

Jacob G. Shew, lieutenant, vice Martin, resigned; Hiram H. Cole- 
man, ensign, vice Shew, promoted. 

COLUMBIA COUNTY. 

Seventy-third regiment of infantry: 

Augustin F. Hayden, colonel, vice Warner, sheriff; Allen Spencer, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Hayden, promoted; Jirah Dean, major, vice 
Hurd. resigned; Joel T. Benedict, chaplain, vice Clark, resigned; 
Horatio Root, surgeon, vice Tracy, moved; Henry D. Wright, sur- 
geon's mate, vice Root, promoted. 

John Murdock, captain, vice Spencer, promoted; Esek C. King, 
lieutenant, vice Landon, resigned; Jabe Pierce, ensign, vice Hill, 
resigned. 



State Historian. 2351 

Frederick Kingsley, captain, vice Dean, promoted; Russel Smith, 
lieutenant, vice Kingsley, promoted; Henry Bristol, ensign, vice 
Smith, promoted. 

Fifty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Charles Whiting, lieutenant colonel, vice Bidwell, resigned; James 
B. Van Valkenburgh, major, vice Whiting, promoted. 

Captains — Barent Van Alen, vice Sower, resigned; William H. 
Potter, vice Crocker, resigned; Winthrop Phelps, vice Van Valken- 
burgh, promoted. 

Lieutenants — John Bidwell, vice Shaver, resigned; James Van 
Valkenburgh, vice Potter, promoted; Jacob Steves, vice Van Alen, 
promoted; Peter Groat, junior, vice Phelps, promoted. 

Ensigns — Walter Butler, vice Bidwell, promoted; Simeon Rich- 
mond, junior, vice Steves, promoted; Thomas J. Son, vice Van Val- 
kenburgh, promoted; Reuben Van Alen, vice Groat, promoted. 

Forty-seventh regiment of infantry : 

Samuel P. Jordan, surgeon, vice A. Jordan, resigned; Orlando 
Allen, paymaster, vice Poucher, resigned. 

Ensigns — John H. Kells, vice Hoffman, declined; Edmond Hat- 
field, vice Feales, moved; Johoiakim Plass (of light infantry), vice 
Parkman, resigned. 

Thomas Blank, lieutenant, vice Coventry, declined; Orrin E. 
Osborn, ensign, vice Blank, promoted. 

William M. Hallenbeck, captain, vice Plass, resigned; Peter J. 
Hallenbeck, lieutenant, vice W. M. Hallenbeck, promoted; Richard 
Bogardus, ensign, vice P. J. Hallenbeck, promoted. 

Fifteenth regiment of infantry: 

Leonard W. Ten Broeck, major, vice Elting, promoted; Peter R. 
Livingston, quartermaster; Robert R. Livingston, paymaster; 
Augustus Wackerhagen, chaplain. 



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1S22. 



235- Annual Report of the 

Jacob Barringer, captain; Francis Burroughs, lieutenant. 

Ensigns — William Teller, Jacob Showerman, Henry Yonkhans, 
David Moore, Henry Patrie. 

Timothy Loomis, captain; Philip Rea, lieutenant: George P. 
Stickle, ensign. 

One Hundred and Sixty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Denton Keeler, captain, vice Kingman; Daniel Mclntyre, lieu- 
tenant, vice Tarbush; Daniel Gifrord, ensign. 

William Simmons, captain, vice Miller; Adam A. Tritts, lieuten- 
ant, vice Wolcott; Henry Porter, ensign, vice Simmons. 

Grenadiers — John Hysrodt, captain, vice Coon; John Coon, lieu- 
tenant, vice Hysrodt; Jacob Caul, ensign, vice Coon. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

First brigade of artillery : 

Prosper M. Wetmore, brigade major and inspector, vice Lee, 
resigned; James Cockroft, assistant hospital surgeon, vice Cooper, 
resigned; Gilbert Hopkins, quartermaster, vice Rhinelander, 
resigned. 

Third regiment of artillery: 

Charles N. Baldwin, lieutenant colonel, vice Thompson, resigned; 
Samuel Coddington, major, vice Baldwin, promoted. 

Captains — John D. Robinson, vice Vandenburgh, resigned; John 
P. Plaine, vice Upson, resigned; Alexander H. Mooney; George 
Newson (with rank from February 17, 1820). 

First lieutenants — Benjamin Halsted, vice Robinson, promoted; 
Nathan P. Arnold, vice Plaine, promoted; John A. DeRussy; 
Nathaniel L'nderhill, vice Keyser, resigned; Adam T. Tiebout. 

Second lieutenants — William Hager; Ezekiel Green, junior; 
Washington Romaine; William Appleby, vice Underhill, promoted; 
James M. Miller. 



State Historian. 2353 

Eleventh regiment of artillery: 

Captains — Irad Hawley, vice Hopkins, in staff; Prosper M. Wet- 
more, vice Hunter, resigned; Lynns W. Stevens, vice Mix, resigned. 

First lieutenants — Anthony Chappell, vice Hawley, promoted; 
Robert C. Wetmore, vice Wetmore, promoted; John Grenzebach, 
vice Hope, resigned; John H. Williams, vice Stevens, promoted; 
Horatio Griffen, vice Whittemore, resigned; William Tiebout, vice 
Piatt, resigned. 

Second lieutenants — William B. Curtis, vice Griffen, promoted; 
George Tomlinson, vice Wetmore, promoted; Charles Webb, vice 
Grenzebach, promoted; Augustus H. Sands, vice Chappel, 
promoted. 

Fourteenth regiment of artillery: 

Francis Barreto, junior, lieutenant colonel, vice Purdy, resigned; 
William E. Ross, major, vice Barreto, promoted"; James Lee, major; 
Monson Clark; adjutant, vice Wetmore, in line; Robert Kermit, 
quartermaster, vice Suydam, resigned; Jotham W. Post, surgeon, 
vice Wagner. 

Captains — Aaron R. Thompson, vice Barreto, promoted; Abra- 
ham Mason, vice Lee, resigned. 

First lieutenants — Elias G. Drake, vice Ryerson, resigned; Abra- 
ham M. Woolsey, vice Mason, promoted; John T. Boyd, vice Ste- 
venson, resigned. 

Second lieutenants — Martin Hoffman, junior; Roswell White, vice 
Priest, resigned; Monson Clarke, vice Drake, promoted; Gilbert 
Hatfield. 

Henry Lott, cornet, vice Schenck, resigned. 

Ninth regiment of artillery: 

George B. Rapalye, lieutenant colonel, vice Muir, promoted; Val- 
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1822. 



2354 Annual Report of the 

entine G. Hall, adjutant, vice Haight, promoted; Abraham D. Wil- 
son, surgeon, vice Cockroft, promoted; Ebenezer Stover, surgeon's 
mate, vice Wynkoop, deceased. 

Captains — Theophilus Anthony, vice Dissosway, promoted; John 
E. Haight; Hercules Jones, vice Robinson, superseded; John 
Mather, vice Labagh, resigned. 

First lieutenants — James Lefferts, vice Stagg, resigned; Richard 
Brower: John M. Holly, vice Lane, resigned; James Barr, vice 
Brower, resigned. 

Second lieutenants — Gerrit D(e)Bevoise; William Brett, vice 
Holly, promoted; James Raymond; William M. Wilson; Andrew 
Main, junior; Samuel W. Seely; William Coe, vice Barr, promoted; 
Henry P. Waring. 

Second regiment of artillery : 

Robert F. Manley, colonel, vice Town, resigned; James A. Moore, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Manley, promoted; Jeremiah Cooper, major, 
vice Moore, promoted; Peter Forrester, surgeon's mate, vice Hun- 
ter, resigned. 

Captains — Leonard Hoffman, vice Philips, resigned; Benjamin P. 
Westervelt, vice Cooper, promoted; William Todd. 

First lieutenants — Joseph P. Cooke; Thomas T. Storm, vice Simp- 
son, resigned; John Quinn, vice Durell, resigned; Thomas Hodgkin- 
son, vice Westervelt, promoted; George S. Watkins, vice Hoffman, 
promoted; Joseph M. Harper, vice Grennel, resigned; John Watson, 
junior, vice Ireland, resigned. 

S >ond lieutenants — Thomas R. Moore, vice Storm, promoted; 
Joseph Barrel], vice Allen, resigned; William A. Smith, vice Todd, 
promoted; John Cole; .William B. Johnson, vice Quinn, promoted. 

John C. Went, cornet, vice Johnson, promoted. 



State Historian. 2355 

greene county. 

One Hundred and Twentieth regiment of infantry: 

David G. Abeel, colonel, vice Lawrence, resigned; John Van 
Valkenburgh, lieutenant colonel, vice Dubois, resigned; Abraham 
Overbaugh, major, vice C. Dubois, resigned; Ira Dubois, adjutant, 
vice Van Valkenburgh, promoted; Roswell M. Lawrence, quarter- 
master, vice Van Loan, promoted; John R. Osborn, paymaster, vice 
Johnson, promoted; William T. Gifford, surgeon, vice Hazen, 
moved. 

Light Infantry— George Hawley, captain, vice Abeel, pro- 
moted; Benjamin Comfort, lieutenant, vice A. Abeel, resigned; Mat- 
thew D. Van Loan, ensign, vice Kiersted, resigned. 

Isaac Curtis, captain, vice Joel Curtis, resigned; Seth Dutcher, 
lieutenant, vice Isaac Curtis, promoted; William Pierson, ensign, 
vice Dutcher, promoted. 

James Stoutenburgh, junior, captain, vice (David) Smith and 
(Lieutenant John) Rouse (junior), resigned; John Kenyon, lieuten- 
ant, vice Stoutenburgh, promoted; Peter Van Vechten, ensign, vice 
Stoutenburgh, promoted. 

Samuel Miller, junior, lieutenant, vice Benton, moved; Hiram D. 
Nichols, ensign, vice S. Miller, promoted. 

Christian O. Bryan (Obrian, Christeo O'Brien), captain, vice 
Overbagh, promoted; Ira Canfield, lieutenant, vice Bryan, promoted; 
Benjamin P. Dubois, ensign, vice Canfield, promoted. 

QUEENS COUNTY. 

One Hundredth regiment of infantry: 

David Jennings, colonel, vice S. Mott, appointed sheriff; Lewis 
Petit, lieutenant colonel, vice D. Mott, resigned; Samuel L. Smith, 
major, vice Dorland, resigned; Abraham S. Pine, quartermaster, 
vice Hendrickson, moved. 



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1822. 



2356 Annual Report of the 

Captains — John Carpenter, vice Burtis, resigned; Stephen C. 
Snideker, vice Petit, promoted; Benjamin Powell, vice Walters, 
moved; Anthony Davison, vice Hicks, moved; William Hulett, vice 
Smith, promoted. 

Lieutenants — Robert D. Clement, vice Carpenter, promoted; Noe 
Jackson, vice Dorland, moved; Zephaniah Darby, vice Powell, pro- 
moted; John C. Heard, vice Mott, moved. 

Ensigns — Stephen Wood; James S. Bell, vice Darby, promoted; 
Shadrach Eldred, vice Davison, promoted. 

One Hundred and Seventeenth regiment of infantry: 

James C. Townsend, surgeon, vice Rogers, resigned; Selah S. 
Carle, surgeon's mate, vice Sealy, resigned. 

Captains — Thomas Wood, vice Bogart, moved; Jacob B. Willis, 
vice Cock, moved; John B. Allen, vice Onderdonk, moved. 

Lieutenants — William B. Schenck, vice Wood, promoted; Stephen 
C. Underhill, vice Willis, promoted; Ezra Conkling. 

Ensigns — Edmond Starkins, Nicholas Kershow, Peter Luister, 
Benjamin Wilson, Roe Haviland. 

ULSTER COUNTY. 

Twenty-third brigade of infantry: 

Abraham D. Sahler, quartermaster, vice Myer, declining. 

One Hundred and Thirty-first regiment of infantry: 

John Cockburn, adjutant, vice Pine, moved. 

Jacob H. Roosa, captain, vice Schepmoes, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Nathaniel Burrit, vice Roosa, promoted; Andrew 
Wolven, vice Snyder, resigned. 

Ensigns — Admiral Warren, vice Wolven, promoted; Hawley D.V. 
Hinman, vice Dederick, promoted; Abraham A. Van Gasbeck, vice 
Robison, promoted; Tjirck Vele, vice Styles, resigned. 



State Historian. 2357 

One Hundred and Thirtieth regiment of infantry: 

Captains — John Benson, vice Hasbrook, resigned; Lawrence 
Hornbeck, junior, vice Schoonmaker, moved. 

Lieutenants— Andries Schoonmaker, vice Benson, promoted; 
Jacob Turner, junior, vice Hornbeck, promoted. 

Jacobus W. Turner, ensign, vice J. Turner, promoted. 

SULLIVAN COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Eighty-fifth regiment of infantry- 
Captains — Elnathan Cory, vice Wells, moved; George N. Kinnea, 
vice Porter, out by age. 

Lieutenants — Joseph L. Gardner, vice Cory, promoted; Simeon 
M. Jordan, vice Reynolds, moved. 

Ensigns — Richard E. Deedy, vice Judson, excused; Justus Hitch- 
cock, vice Wells, moved; Samuel J. Pinckney. 

Battalion of infantry commanded by Major Benjamin B. Krum: 
Captains — Royal F. North, vice Morton, resigned; Cornelius Sarr, 
vice Childs, moved; Robert Grant, vice Schoonmaker, moved; John 
Johnson, junior, vice Moore, resigned. 

Lieutenants — George D. Kimbell, vice North, promoted; Benja- 
min F. Palmer. 

Ensigns — John Darby, vice Kimbell, promoted; Henry Raymond, 
vice Palmer, promoted; Philip LeRoy, vice Grant, promoted. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Thirtieth regiment of infantry: 

Hiram K. Chapman, surgeon, vice Ostrander, resigned. 

Riflemen — Henry Pelton, captain, vice Jones, resigned; James 
Burt, junior, lieutenant, vice Pelton, promoted; John W. W T isner, 
ensign, vice Burt, promoted. 



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1S22. 



2358 Annual Report of the 

One Hundred and Forty-eighth regiment of infantry: 
"William Xewkirk, surgeon's mate. 
Benjamin Moore, captain. 
Lieutenants — Apollus Jessup, David Clark. 

Ensigns — Israel W. Bailey, Hugh McConnel, junior, James 
Swartwout, John Durland, junior. 
Ninety-first regiment of infantry: 
Joseph R. Andrews, surgeon's mate. 
Lieutenants — Amoriah Fuller, Francis Letts. 
Ensigns — John Arnell, John Scott, John King. 

TIOGA COUNTY. 

Seventy-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Samuel Boyer, captain; George Vanderen, lieutenant: John 
McAnulty, ensign. 

Riflemen — Lathrop Baldwin, captain; William McKinstry, lieu- 
tenant; William Haxton, ensign. 

David Coe, junior, captain, vice Bently, deceased; Oliver Greeno, 
lieutenant, vice Coe, promoted; Reuel Andrus, ensign, vice Greeno, 
promoted; Albert A. Beckwith, ensign. 

Ninety-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Rufus Slauson, lieutenant. 

Ensigns — Patrick C. Miller, Nicholas F. Dean, Samuel K. 
Rodgers. 

Riflemen — John Lyon, captain; George Dudley, lieutenant; John 
J< ssup, ensign. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

Eighth regiment of infantry: 

Ensign — Abraham Lansing, vice Ives, promoted: Abraham L. 
Hemenway (of riflemen 1: Parker Reeves. 



State Historian. 2359 

Twenty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Stephen Crosby, lieutenant colonel, vice Mills, resigned; Joab 
Willis, major; James Fairman, paymaster; Jonathan Hovey, chap- 
lain, vice Churchill, moved. 

Alvin Norton, captain, vice Crosby, promoted; Jeremiah Andrews, 
lieutenant, vice Norton, promoted; Boughton Everitt, ensign, vice 
Andrews, promoted. 

Joseph Eels, captain, vice Willis, promoted; Tille Littlejohn, cap- 
tain, vice Hanion, resigned; Reed Brockway, lieutenant, vice Little- 
john, promoted; Almond Ingersoll, ensign, vice Brockway, pro- 
moted; Daniel Thayer, lieutenant, vice Eels, promoted; Samuel S. 
Fisher, ensign, vice Thayer, promoted. 

Dudley Wightman, captain, vice Woodworth; Daniel Dygert, 
lieutenant, vice Wightman, promoted; Marks H. Grants, ensign, 
vice Dygert. 

One, Hundred and Ninety-second regiment of infantry: 

Henry Heath, adjutant, vice Casler, promoted; William Crane, 
quartermaster; Lambert Sternberg, paymaster, vice Waggoner, 
resigned. 

John Cummings, captain, vice Holmes, resigned: William Sweet, 
lieutenant; Benjamin Ward, ensign. 

William Kritsinger, captain; Peter Dellenbach, lieutenant; Cor- 
nelius Ten Eyck Van Home, ensign. 

Nicholas Shaver, captain, vice Cooper, resigned; William C. Nor- 
ton, lieutenant, vice Shaver, promoted; Cornelius Sloughter, ensign. 

Jacob G. Ittick, lieutenant, vice Heath; Henry Spondenburgh, 
ensign, vice Ittick, promoted. 

Daniel Bellinger, captain, vice Reed, moved; James Green, lieu- 
tenant; Ezra Reed, ensign. 



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1822. 



2360 Annual Report of the 

Richard N. Casler, captain: Richard M. Casler, lieutenant; Fred- 
erick Zoller, ensign ; John Cramer, ensign. 

Eighth regiment of infantry: 

Cornelius Favil, paymaster, vice Waterman; Alexander Buel, 
quartermaster; David Chasell, chaplain, vice McDonald, moved. 

William Favel, captain, vice J. Favil, resigned; John Youngs, lieu- 
tenant, vice C. Favil, promoted; Isaac Sherwood, ensign, vice W. 
Favil, promoted; Samuel Griswold, ensign. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Third brigade of artillery: 

Jesse P. Mitchell, inspector, vice King, resigned. 

ROCKLAND COUNTY. 

Twenty-ninth brigade of infantry: 

Abram B. Gurnee, quartermaster; John S. Gurnee, paymaster. 

Eighty-third regiment of infantry: 

Daniel Gurnee, quartermaster. 

John J. Denoyelles, captain; George S. Allison, captain; Robert 
Denoyelles, lieutenant; William Benson, ensign. 

One Hundred and Sixtieth regiment of infantry: 

Isaac I. Blauvelt, ensign; James J. Hutton, lieutenant; William 
Sprague, ensign. 

SUFFOLK COUNTY. 

Eightieth regiment of infantry: 

Nathaniel Topping, surgeon, vice Huntington, resigned. 

MONROE COUNTY." 

Twenty-third division of infantry: 

William A. Mills, major general, vice Worthy L. Churchill, 
appointed to the office of sheriff (of Genesee county). 

* Monroe county was erected from Genesee and Ontario counties February 23, 
1821. — State Historian. 



State Historian. 2361 

chautauqua county. 
Forty-third brigade of infantry: 

Elijah Risley, junior, brigadier general, vice John McMahon, who 
is hereby superseded. 

TOMPKINS COUNTY. 

Fiftieth brigade of infantry: 

Arthur S. Johnson, brigade inspector. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY. 

Seventy-sixth regiment of infantry: 
Orrin H. Rundell, adjutant. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

Thirteenth division of infantry: 

John Bernard, division inspector, vice William B. Welles, who is 
hereby superseded. 

SCHENECTADY COUNTY. 

Fourteenth brigade of infantry: 
John G. Veeder, brigade inspector. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Thirty-fifth brigade of infantry: 

Noyes Palmer, brigadier general, vice Cleavelaud, resigned; 
Samuel Fuller, assistant hospital surgeon. 

One Hundred and Tw r enty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Loring Hutchinson, captain, vice Dikeman, resigned; Thomas 
Taylor, lieutenant, vice Hutchinson, promoted; David Hess, ensign, 
vice Taylor, promoted. 

Benjamin C. Maxson, captain, vice Richardson, resigned; Benja- 
min Wadsworth, lieutenant, vice Evets, resigned; James White, 
ensign, vice Maxson, promoted. 

James Leary, lieutenant, vice Lansing, declining; Luther Holmes, 
junior, ensign, vice Leary, promoted. 



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1822. 



27,62 Annual Report of the 

Seventy-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Captains — Solomon Brown, vice Becher, promoted; Asher H. 
Palmer, vice S. W. Palmer, resigned; Obadiah Bates, vice Forbes, 
resigned; Joshua Shenvin, junior, vice Cranson, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Willis Hale, vice Nellis, promoted; Joseph Palmer, 
vice Palmer, promoted; George J. Ratnour, vice Bates, promoted; 
John Hadcock, vice Shenvin, promoted. 

Ensigns — James S. Sennet, vice Ratnour, promoted; Lyman 
Blakeslee, vice Palmer, promoted; Lemuel Williams, vice Tryon, 
resigned; James Peck, vice Hale, moved. 

Sixty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

David T. Foot, quartermaster, vice Wickham, resigned. 

Edmund Mize, captain, vice White, moved; Sidney Spencer, lieu- 
tenant, vice Mize, promoted; George T. Taylor, ensign, vice Spencer, 
promoted. 

David Dibble, ensign, vice Starkweather, resigned; Martin Harts- 
horn, lieutenant, vice Wheeler, deceased; Thomas Davis, ensign, 
vice Hartshorn, promoted. 

One Hundred and Forty-third regiment of infantry: 

Elisha Randall, colonel, vice Palmer, promoted; Marvin Scott, 
major, vice Randall, promoted. 

John Lamb, captain, vice Gere, resigned; Christopher Allen, lieu- 
tenant, vice Lamb, promoted; Elijah Hill, ensign, vice N. Allen, 
resigned; William P. Brown, lieutenant, vice J. W. Mclntyre, 
resigned; Chancy Leonard, ensign, vice Newton, resigned. 

CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY. 

Forty-third brigade of infantry: 

Walter Smith, quartermaster, vice Windsor, resigned. 

One Hundred and Sixty-second regiment of infantry: 

Darius Dexter, colonel, vice Prendcrgast, resigned; Abel Wilcox, 



State Historian. 2363 

lieutenant colonel, vice Dexter, promoted; Stephen Wilcox, junior, 
major, vice A. Wilcox, promoted; Elial T. Foot, surgeon. 

Captains — Elias Clark, vice Griffith, resigned; Charles Hayward, 
vice Ives, resigned. 

Lieutenants — John Tyler, vice Hayward, promoted; Daniel 
Wallas, vice Russell, declining - ; Barber Babcock, vice Clark, 
promoted. 

Ensigns — Samuel Young, junior; Judson Southland, vice Fenton, 
moved; Abner Lewis, vice Tiffany, moved; Seth Clark; Simeon 
Covell, vice J. W. Covell, moved. 

One Hundred and Ninety-sixth regiment of infantry : 

Abram Dixon, adjutant; Anselm Potter, paymaster, vice Dixon, 
promoted. 

William Sprague, captain, vice Prendergast, promoted. 

Francis Dorchester, lieutenant, vice Ellis, promoted; Samuel D. 
Rouse, lieutenant; John D. Densmore, ensign, vice Sprague, 
promoted. 

Riflemen — Joseph Foster, lieutenant, vice Hall, moved; William 
D. Bond, ensign. 

One Hundred and Sixty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Orris Crosby, surgeon's mate, vice Skinner, not qualified. 

Elijah Nelson, captain, vice Curtis, resigned; Stephen Crane, lieu- 
tenant, vice Cooley, resigned; Isaac L. Ostram, lieutenant; Samuel 
A. Bartoo, ensign; Ira Seely, ensign; Ami Williams, lieutenant. 

New battalion organized from part of the One Hundred and 
Sixty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Joel Burnell, major commandant; William Waggoner, adjutant; 
Ezra Richardson, quartermaster; Henry Sergeant, surgeon; Reuben 
Fessenden, paymaster. 

John D. Sever, captain; Peter Pickard, lieutenant; Sylvester L. 
Henderson, ensign. 



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1822. 



2364 Annual Report of the 

■Arza Corbet, captain; John Spencer, lieutenant; Josiah Cass, 



ensign. 



Reuben Penharlow, captain; Micah Page, captain; Ebenezer 
Green, ensign. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Fourth regiment of infantry: 

John Lusk, colonel, vice Johnson, resigned; Benjamin K. Peck, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Lusk, promoted; Elijah Bostwick, major, 
vice Peck, promoted. 

David Paull, captain, vice Bostwick, promoted; Jonathan Chase, 
lieutenant, vice Paull, promoted; George A. Porter, ensign, vice 
Chase, promoted. 

Timothy Buel, junior, captain, vice Eggleston, resigned; Harvey 
Hobert, lieutenant, vice Buel, promoted; Sylvanus Emins, ensign, 
vice Hobert, promoted. 

Williams Brace, captain, vice Williams, resigned; Chauncey 
Brace, lieutenant, vice W. Brace, promoted; Otis Willmirth, ensign. 

David Thompson, lieutenant, vice D. S. Thompson, resigned; 
William Lee, ensign, vice David Thompson, promoted; Elias Smith, 
lieutenant; Daniel Gilson, ensign, vice Smith, promoted. 

Twentv-second regiment of infantry: 

Enos Gilbert, captain, vice Waters, resigned; Plin Ackley, lieu- 
tenant, vice Gilbert, promoted; James B. Hewet, ensign, vice Ack- 
ley, promoted. 

I laniel V. Bissel, captain, vice Crawford, resigned; Preston D. 
Bently, lieutenant, vice Bissel, promoted; Ose M. Goodale, lieu- 
tenant; Francis Mason, ensign, vice Goodale, promoted; Randal 
Andrews, lieutenant; Morris Andrews, ensign, vice R. Andrews, 
promoted; Samuel S. Case, lieutenant: Martin Pixley, ensign, vice 
Case, promoted; Miles Allen, ensign; John Bently, ensign, vice 
P. D. Bently, promoted. 



State Historian. 2365 

1822. 

Light Infantry — Enos Booth, lieutenant; Nathaniel Cole, 
ensign. 

MONROE COUNTY. 

Fifty-second regiment of infantry: 

Levi Treadwell, colonel, vice Case, moved; Isaac F. Nichols, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Roberts, resigned; Richard Tillotson, major, 
vice Treadwell, promoted. 

George Sperry, captain, vice Nichols, promoted; James McNoll, 
lieutenant, vice Sperry, promoted; Henry Swift, ensign, vice McNoll, 
promoted. 

Joseph F. Beach, captain, vice Tillotson, promoted; Charles Rich- 
ardson, lieutenant, vice Kingsley, resigned; Horatio Nye, ensign; 
Joseph Cheeney, ensign. 

Elisha Fullum, captain; William Pope, lieutenant, vice Fullum, 
promoted; William Fellows, ensign. 

Patrick P. Dickinson, lieutenant; Horatio N. Titus, ensign, vice 
Dickenson, promoted. 

Elisha Blodget, captain; Warren Perkins, lieutenant, vice Blodget, 
promoted; Matthias L. Angel, ensign, vice Perkins, promoted. 

Dyer Barret, captain; John Flicks, lieutenant, vice Barret, pro- 
moted; Byron Woodhull, ensign, vice Hicks, promoted. 

Adonijah Green, captain; Aaron Norton, lieutenant; Horatio G. 
Lawrence, ensign. 

ONTARIO AND LIVINGSTON COUNTIES. 

Battalion of infantry in the counties of Ontario and Livingston 
commanded by Major Joseph Clark: 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Elisha Doubledav, surgeon's mate: Ephraim Calkins, adjutant. 



1822. 



2366 Annual Report of the 

Abraham Sutton, lieutenant, vice Barber, resigned; Michael C. 
Keith, ensign, vice Sutton, promoted. 

LIVINGSTON COUNTY. 

William Roberts, captain, vice Herrick, deceased; Abijah Barns, 
lieutenant, vice Grover, moved; Ethan Grover, ensign, vice Roberts, 
promoted; David Luther, ensign, vice Calkins, promoted. 

TOMPKINS COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Forty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Richard R. Woodward, adjutant; John H. Alford, quartermaster; 
John P. A. Williams, surgeon's mate; Oliver C. Comstock, chaplain. 

Captains — Dennis Letts, James Tern', John M. Smith, Almon 
Wakeman. 

Lieutenants — Horace Hinckley, Jacob Stihvell, Abraham H. 
Everts. 

Ensigns — Zimri Mclntyre, Samuel Burlew, Miner King, John 
Swegle, Elijah Wentworth. 

Riflemen — Daniel Ely, captain; Charles E. Goodwin, lieutenant; 
Oliver Hubbard, ensign. 

Eighty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Ira Wright, surgeon, vice Foot, resigned. 

Captains — Abraham Carmer, James Townley. 

Lieutenants — Micah Kennedy, Elias Aber, Luther Hedden. 

Ensign — Solomon Loomis, Lazarus Tooker, Hiram Thomas, John 
Kelly, junior. 

One Hundred and Eighty-third regiment of infantry: 

Moseley Hutchinson, quartermaster, vice Butler, promoted: Wil- 
liam Butler, adjutant, vice Johnson, promoted. 

John M. Miller, captain, vice Dickinson, resigned; Joshua Smith, 
lieutenant, vice Miller, promoted: John Selover, ensign, vice Smith, 
promoted. 



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Riflemen— Clove Virgil, captain: Thomas Dart, lieutenant; Amos 

Lewis, ensign. 

CORTLAND COUNTY. 

Fifty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Captains — Harry McGrane, Fredus Howard. 

Lieutenants — Rensselaer Merrill, Martin Lyon, William R. 
Bennett. 

Ensigns — Aaron Smith, Samuel Hine, Hiram Hopkins. 

Riflemen — Orrin Stimson, captain; John Etz, lieutenant; ( Jrestes 
Allen, ensign. 

One Hundred and Twenty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

John L. Boyd, lieutenant colonel; William Pierce, major; Thomas 
Parrington, chaplain: Oliver P. Raymond, surgeon; Arabert B. 
Smith, surgeon's mate. 

Captains — Samuel Freeman, Joseph S. Burdick. 

Lieutenants — John Severance, Matthew M. Crandall. 

Ensigns — John Taggart, Spicer Burdick, Leander Haskins. 

One Hundred and Eighty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Solomon Baker, junior, major; Charles Hotchkiss, quartermaster; 
Hiram Ball, paymaster; Benjamin Capron, chaplain. 

Captains — Walton Swetland, Edmond H. Robinson, Joseph 
Green, Ebenezer Baldwin. 

Lieutenants — John C. Bailey, Abner FI. Johnson, John S. Perkins. 
David Covil. 

Ensigns — Sylvester M. Roe, William Clark, William Gardner. 
James Hopkins, William Talbert. 

One Hundred and Twenty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

John L. Boyd, colonel, vice Watson, resigned: William Pierce, 
lieutenant colonel; Rufus Dunhum, major. 

Timothy Hulbert, captain; Ebenezer Davis, lieutenant; Joh» J. 
Babcock, ensign. 



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1822. 



2368 Annual Report of the 

Light Infantry — Cokeley Beebe, captain; Obadiah Warner, 
lieutenant; Garret Pritchard, ensign. 

CHENANGO COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Ninetieth regiment of infantry: 

John H. Reynolds, captain, Yice Ames, declined; Charles Tuttle, 
lieutenant, vice Reynolds, promoted; Isaiah P. Greenleaf, ensign, 
vice Tuttle, promoted. 

Hezekiah Goodrich, captain, vice Wightman, resigned; Joseph 
Waterman, lieutenant, vice Bancroft, declined; Jacob Smith, ensign, 
vice Jacox. 

James D. Holt, captain, vice Jones, moved; Stephen Miller, lieu- 
tenant, vice Holt, promoted; Peter H. Tracy, ensign, vice Miller, 
promoted. 

One Hundred and Ninety-first regiment of infantry: 

Asa Kenyon, colonel, vice Root, resigned; Isaiah Lord, lieutenant 
colonel, vice Kenyon, promoted; Lodowick Weaver, junior, major, 
vice Lord, promoted. 

Light Infantry — Benajah Gates, captain; Gideon Towslev, lieu- 
tenant; Luther Alexander, ensign. 

Amos Darling, captain, vice Fairchild, resigned; Elisha C. Smith, 
lieutenant. 

Ensigns — Eliphalet Johnson, junior, vice Darling, promoted; Asa 
Sherman; Benjamin P. Hammond. 

One Hundred and Ninety-third regiment of infantry: 

Ira Church, colonel, vice Stilwell, resigned; Zira Beardslee, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Church, promoted; Reuben Kirby, junior, 
major, vice Smith, resigned; Philip M. Dezeng, paymaster, vice 
Redfield, declined; Anson Jones, surgeon's mate, vice Boomer, 
moved. 



State 1 1 istori \\. 2369 

Joseph Kirby, captain, vice R. Kirby, promoted; Reuben B. 
Warner, lieutenant, vice J. Kirby, promoted; Eber Smith, ensign, 
vice Warner, promoted. 

Asa Gillett, junior, captain, vice Abbey, resigned; Ira Balcon 

(Balcom), lieutenant, vice Gillett, promoted: Hager Smith, ensign, 
vice Balcon, promoted. 

Calvin Wells, captain, vice Beardslee, promoted; Melancton S. 
Mandeville, lieutenant, vice Wells, promoted; Jotham Parker, 
ensign, vice Foote, resigned. 

Light Infantry — Lory Case, captain, vice Bidwcll, resigned; 
John Stoddard, lieutenant, vice Case, promoted; John \Y. A! at son, 
ensign, vice Hungerford, resigned. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Thirty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Alexander Mclntyre, surgeon's mate. 

James H. Center, lieutenant, vice Barton, removed for neglect. 

Ensigns — Lebbeus Hammond; Daniel W. Crassey, vice Leach, 
removed for neglect; Asa Skinner, vice Turner, resigned; Jason R. 
Coates. 

Battalion of infantry commanded by Major Daniel Poppino: 

Alfred J. Demming, second major, vice Ingalsby, resigned. 

Battalion of riflemen lately commanded by Peter Westfall: 

Bowen Whiting, major commandant, vice Westfall, resigned; 
Marvin Minor, adjutant; Elias W. Frisbee, surgeon's mate. 

Isaac Soverhill, captain; Joshua Chase, first lieutenant, vice Fail- 
ing-, resigned; Cornelius Scott, second lieutenant. 

Talmon A. Disbrow, captain, vice Spooner, declining: Chester 
Wait, first lieutenant, vice Disbrow, promoted; Richard S. Cuyler, 
second lieutenant. 

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1822. 



2370 Annual Report of the 

Seventy-first regiment of infantry: 

Elias Cost, colonel, vice (Elias) Hull, moved; Jenks Pullen, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Cost, promoted; Samuel Howe, major, vice 
Pullen, promoted; William Stiles, quartermaster. 

Zetus T. Swift, captain, vice Howe, promoted; Trumble Granger, 
lieutenant: Morrison Swift, ensign; Farnham White, ensign. 

One Hundred and Third regiment of infantry: 

John Lawrence, lieutenant colonel, vice Arnold, declining; Samuel 
Henderson, major. 

Captains — Jesse Davis; Allen Cole; William McDowell, vice 
Pierce, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Ephraim Wheeler, vice McDowell, promoted; 
Thomas P. Briggs; Thompson Ferris; Alfred Brown. 

Ensigns — Peter Van Fleet, William W. Aspell, Jonathan Owen, 
George Van Pelt. 

BROOME COUNTY. 

Forty-first brigade of infantry: 

Stephen Strong, judge advocate, vice Dana, resigned. 

Third regiment of infantry: 

Lorenzo Parsons, lieutenant colonel; George Wheeler, major; 
Silas X. Hollenbeck, quartermaster; David R. Manning, paymaster. 

Captains — Truman Shaw, Joseph Warner, John Hyde. 

Riflemen — James Ervin, captain: Stilman Wood, lieutenant; 
Thomas JJaker, ensign. 

Lieutenants — Asahel C. Johnson, Luman < Hmsted, John Rogers. 

Ensigns — Lorenzo H. Kingsley, Seymour Sanford, Charles Hyde. 

Fifty-third regiment of infantry: 

Charles B. Pixley, adjutant, vice Turner, promoted; Daniel S. 
Broadhead, quartermaster, vice Piatt, resigned. 



State Historian. -'.^71 

Captains — Joel Talmadge, vice Shoemaker, resigned; Jacob Miller 
McCormick, vice Healy, resigned; Henry Soper, vice Dunham, 
resigned. 

Lieutenants — Frederick Parker, vice Tozer, resigned; David I'ix- 
ley, vice Goodrich, resigned; David Peaman, vice Smith, resigned. 

Ensigns — Henry Lyons, vice Talmadge, promoted; Daniel 
Turner, vice Pixley, promoted; Joshua Smith, vice Brown, resigned; 
William Torrey, vice Barker, declining; Lewis Gates. 

Light Infantry — Lewis W. Keeler, captain, vice Howard, 
resigned; Wightman Williams, lieutenant, vice Keeler, promoted; 
John Morse, ensign, vice Williams, promoted. 

New regiment organized in the forty-first brigade and denom- 
inated the Two Hundredth regiment of infantry: 

Leman Mason, colonel; David Lane, lieutenant colonel; Daniel 
Stow, second, major; John C. Marvin, quartermaster; Daniel Cole, 
surgeon. 

Norman Addis, captain, vice Stow, promoted; Frederick Daven- 
port, lieutenant, vice Addis, promoted; John Maccumber, ensign, 
vice Barton, resigned. 

Frederick Hotchkiss, captain, vice Lane, promoted; Lionel Rus- 
sell, lieutenant, vice Hotchkiss, promoted; Elijah L. Smith, ensign, 
vice Russell, promoted. 

Henry McClure, captain, vice McClure, resigned; Walter Mc- 
Clure, lieutenant, vice H. McClure, promoted; Peter Underwood, 
ensign, vice W. McClure, promoted; Harley Edson, ensign, vice 
Randall, resigned. 

New regiment organized in the forty-first brigade and denom- 
inated the Two Hundred and First regiment of infantry: 

Thomas G. Waterman, colonel; John Stone, lieutenant colonel; 



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1822. 



2372 Annual Report of the 

Thomas Carey, major; John Bayles, quartermaster; Hazard Lewis, 
adjutant; Edgar C. Waterman, paymaster. 

Captains — Orland Scoville, vice Stone, promoted; Hiram West; 
Andrew Gilbert. 

Riflemen — John T.Doubleday, captain, vice Waterman, promoted; 
Julius Morgan, lieutenant, vice Doubleday, promoted; Marverick 
Pratt, ensign, vice Lewis, promoted. 

Lieutenants — John B. Sawtel, Silas Tracy, Gold Stratton. 

Ensigns — Abraham Cortright, Elias Crandall, John Bayles. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Forty-third regiment of infantry: 

Ezra Mason, junior, adjutant, vice Champlin, resigned: Warren 
DeLancey, quartermaster, vice Denison, resigned; Simeon B. Griffin, 
paymaster. 

Isaac Barber, captain; Garret Scott, lieutenant; Elijah Crandall, 
ensign. 

Wait Clarke, lieutenant; W'arren Livermore, ensign. 

ONONDAGA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Forty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Hezekiah Strong, paymaster, vice Matthews, promoted. 

Captains — William Patridge (of riflemen), vice Bronson, resigned; 
Barney Hicks, vice Lamb, resigned; Brooks Haynes, vice Buckley, 
resigned: Parley Smith, vice Sammons, moved. 

Lieutenants — Jonathan W. Williams (of riflemen), vice Patridge, 
promoted; Samuel Perry, vice Hicks, promoted; Harry Carpenter, 
vice Finley, resigned; Rufus Stanton, vice Smith, promoted; Daniel 
S. Bacon, vice Aldridge, resigned; Edward Hunt. 

Ensigns — Barent Filkins (of riflemen), vice Williams, promoted; 
muel Caley, vice Perry, promoted; John Richmond, vice Haynes, 



Static Historian. 2 373 

promoted; Thomas Sammons, vice Stanton, promoted; Dennison 

Robertson, vice Bacon, promoted; Moses M. Dudley. 

Sixteenth regiment of infantry: 

Sylvanus Hayncs, captain. 

Riflemen — Squire M. Brown, captain; Gideon Frothingham, lieu- 
tenant; John Lakin, ensign. 

Light Infantry — John Dodge, captain, vice McGowan, de- 
clined; Jacob J. Garrison, ensign, vice Dodge, promoted. 

James Wells, captain, vice Cooper, resigned; Cyrus H. Kingsley, 
lieutenant, vice Wells, promoted; James Gillis (Gillies), lieutenant, 
vice Brown, promoted. 

Ensigns — Charles Turner, vice Cornel, resigned; Abraham II. 
Hamlin, vice Britton, declined; Samuel Skinner, vice Tuttle, de- 
clined; Caleb N. Ormsby, vice Chamlin (Joshua P. Champlain), 
declined; John Rice, vice Gillis, promoted. 

One Hundred and Fifty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Riflemen — Myron L. Mills, captain; Daniel Ball, lieutenant; 
Samuel Rice, junior, ensign. 

George Dickson, junior, lieutenant, vice Fitzgerald, moved; 
Samuel Flarvey, ensign, vice Eggleston, moved; George A. Pyn- 
chon, ensign, vice Briggs, resigned. 

Ninety-eighth regiment of infantry : 

Anson Sweet, quartermaster, vice Matthews, resigned; John R. 
Dodge, chaplain, vice Shadwick (Jabez Chaduiek), moved; Jehiel 
Stearns, surgeon, vice Tibbals, promoted; John S. King, surgeon's 
mate. 

Riflemen — John Clapp, captain, vice Messenger, resigned; Wil- 
lard Farrington, lieutenant, vice Clapp, promoted; John McMill'en, 
ensign, vice Farrington, promoted. 



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2374 Annual Report of the 

1S22. 

Lieutenants — Ansel Shattnck, vice Olin, resigned; Harvey Hall, 

vice Shew, resigned. 

Ensigns — Manoali Pratt, junior, vice Suthard, declining; Milo 
Reed, vice Shattuck, promoted; Ralph Candee, vice Barnes, moved; 
Charles Baker, vice Hall, promoted. 

One Hundred and Seventy-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Henry P. Moor, surgeon's mate, vice Yale, moved. 

Captains — Jeremiah J. Crossett, vice Johnson, moved; Smith Bur- 
ton, vice Huntley, moved; Henry P. Bogardus, vice Olcut, moved. 

Lieutenants — Lemuel Hawley; John Wilkey, vice Crossett, pro- 
moted; Erastus Gay, vice Burton, promoted; Nehemiah Carpenter, 
junior, vice Bogardus, promoted. 

Ensigns — Washington Hamilton, vice Donley, moved; Richard 
H. Hopkins, vice Cook, resigned; Stephen Van Tassel, vice Gay, 
promoted; Ruel Case, vice Carpenter, promoted; John Millen, vice 
Branch, moved. 

Ebenezer J. Dennis, captain, vice Shepherd, resigned; Joseph 
Benjamin, lieutenant, vice Dennis, promoted; William F. Shepard, 
ensign, vice Benjamin, promoted. 

Sixty-second regiment of infantry: 

Lauren Hotchkiss, lieutenant colonel, vice Powel, resig-ned; 
Richard Pomroy, major, vice Hotchkiss, promoted; William O. 
Farrall (Ferrall), adjutant, vice Stanley, moved; Apollas King, 
junior, quartermaster, vice Farrall, promoted; Isaac Knapp, pay- 
master, vice St. John, promoted. 

Captains — Chester (lark, vice Pomroy, promoted; Eleazer Prin- 
dlej Daniel Veil (Vail), vice Daniels, moved; Miron (Myron), St. 
John, vice Belknap, moved. 

Lieutenants — Lucius Graves, vice Clark, promoted; Jeremiah N. 
' ireen, vice Stewart, moved; Asaph Gaylord, vice Prindle, promoted; 



State Historian. 2375 

Truman Gilbert, vice Veil, promoted; Gilbert Dan. vice Cross, 
moved. 

Ensigns — Parley Howe, vice Graves, promoted; Thomas Redwa) . 
vice Green, promoted; Lyman Kingsley; Daniel Qough; Roswcll 
Preston; William Stockham, vice Pettit, moved. 

OSWEGO COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Sixty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

William Vorce, colonel, vice Sykes, resigned; Samuel Dunlap, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Yorce, promoted; John Reynolds, major, 
vice Dunlap, promoted; Eli Weed, adjutant, vice Hills, moved; 
Milton Harmen, quartermaster, vice Palmer, moved; Henry Gilles- 
pie, paymaster, vice S. Harmen, declining. 

Richard C. Plumbley, captain, vice Dunlap, promoted; Ezra F. 
Stevens, lieutenant, vice Plumbley, promoted; Andrew Baker, en- 
sign, vice Stevens, promoted. 

Eli Strong, junior, captain, vice Reynolds, promoted; Timothy 
Balch, junior, lieutenant, vice Strong, promoted; John Ward, junior, 
ensign, vice Balch, promoted. 

Ebenezer H. Shumway, captain, vice Brown, declining; Rodney 
Seymour, lieutenant, vice Johnson, declining; John H. Corey, 
ensign, vice Shumway, promoted. 

One Hundred and Eighty-second regiment of infantry : 

Hastings Curtiss, major, vice Murdock, resigned; William Savage, 
quartermaster, vice Falley, promoted; Alfrederick Smith, surgeon's 
mate, vice Cowen, declining. 

George F. Falley, captain, vice Waterhouse, resigned; Jacob Van 
Buren, lieutenant, vice Robbins, deceased; Artemas Leonard, en- 
sign, vice Hubbard, moved. 

William Marvin, captain, vice Place, moved; Peter Tyler, lieu- 



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2376 Annual Report of the 

tenant, vice Marvin, promoted; Xorman Row, ensign, vice Tyler, 
promoted. 

Lovwell Johnson, captain, with rank from [March 17, 1821; 
Nathaniel C. Mungar, lieutenant, with like rank: Miles Blake, 
ensign, vice Myron Blake, moved. 

Leonard Fuller, captain, vice Curtiss, promoted; Benjamin Spen- 
cer, lieutenant, vice Fuller, promoted: Horatio Vickery, ensign, vice 
Spencer, promoted; Stanton Kinyon, ensign, vice Whitney, pro- 
moted. 

Isaac Higbie, captain, vice Savage, resigned; Sherman Hosmer, 
lieutenant, vice Higbie, promoted; Reuben F. Richardson, ensign, 
vice Hosmer, promoted. 

One Hundred and Seventv-second regiment of infantry: 

Edward Bronson. colonel, vice Butler, declining: James L. Yoor- 
hies, lieutenant colonel, vice Bronson, promoted; Stephen W. Bald- 
win, major, vice Baker, declining; James Van Home, adjutant; 
Nathan Farnham. quartermaster: Benjamin Coe, surgeon's mate. 

David Carroll, captain, vice Yoorhies, promoted: David Wilson, 
lieutenant, vice Carroll, promoted. 

Xehemiah B. Xorthrop, lieutenant, vice Miller, declining; Elisha 
11. Shepherd, ensign, vice Xorthrop, promoted. 

John Mellcn, captain; Andrew Thompson, lieutenant; Hudson 
Bacon, ensign: Ephraim Reed, ensign, vice Colton, declining; Wil- 
liam Ames, lieutenant: West Wilsie, ensign. 

LEWIS COUNTY. 

Twenty-sixth brigade of infantry: 

Charles Squires, assistant hospital surgeon. 

Forty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Harper Adams, captain, vice Benjamin, resigned; John B. Hill, 



State Historian. 2377 

lieutenant, vice Adams, promoted; Oren More, junior, ensign, vi 
Hill, promoted; Harvey Dewey, lieutenant, vice Barnes, moved. 

One Hundred and First regiment of infantry: 

William Shull, major, vice Wright, deceased; William S. Bates, 
surgeon's mate. 

Charles M. Bagg, captain, vice M. Finch, moved; Ziba Knox, 
lieutenant, vice A. Finch, moved; Samuel Rogers, ensign, vice Bagg, 
promoted. 

Isaac Carter, captain, vice F. Carter, resigned; Solomon King, 
junior, lieutenant, vice Carter, promoted; Henry Cofreen, ensign, 
vice King, promoted. 

Charles G. Loomis, captain, vice Humphrey, resigned; Ela Hodge, 
lieutenant, vice Loomis, promoted; Isaac Bailey, ensign, vice Hodge, 
promoted; Job Gardner, ensign. 

Light Infantry — David A. Higley, captain; Orrin Wilber, lieu- 
tenant; Andrew W. Doig, ensign. 

SARATOGA COUNTY. 

Fifty-first brigade of infantry: 

Herman Gansevoort, brigadier general, vice Bailey, resigned. 

Twenty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Joseph Brewster, junior, colonel, vice Delano, resigned; Stephen 
Potter, lieutenant colonel, vice Brewster, promoted; Samuel Stilwell, 
major, vice Potter, promoted; William Chambers, surgeon, vice 
Sprague, resigned; Uriah Vedder, surgeon's mate, vice Chambers, 
promoted. 

Captains — Hugh Alexander, vice Stilwell, promoted; Walton 
Hamilton, vice Petinger, resigned; Lodowick P. Shew. 

Lieutenants — John Van Ness, junior, vice Yedder, promoted; 
Jonathan Edgcomb, vice Alexander, promoted. 



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2378 Annual Report of the 

Ensigns — Luther Mason, vice Van Ness, promoted; Rensselaer 
West, vice Edgcomb, promoted; Marvin Kingsbury; Richard 
Bowen, vice Baldwin, moved. 

Elisha G. King, lieutenant; Andrew Albro, ensign, vice King, 
promoted. 

Fifty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Riflemen — Harmon J. Betts, captain, vice Frink, resigned; Henry 
Miller, first lieutenant, vice Betts, promoted; Warren A. Smith, 
second lieutenant, vice Miller, promoted; Joseph Daniels, ensign. 

Joseph Waring, ensign: John W. James, ensign, vice Miller, 
moved. 

Sixty-third regiment of infantry: 

Eli Granger, adjutant, vice Doty, resigned; William McGregor, 
junior, quartermaster, vice Granger, promoted. 

Hiram Dimmick, captain, vice Hawley, resigned; Franklin Hoag, 
lieutenant, vice Dimmick, promoted. 

Ensigns — Roswell Hyde, vice Hoag, promoted; Samuel Lewis, 
junior, vice Olney, resigned; William Woodard, vice McGregor, 
promoted. 

Riflemen — Elihu Morgan, lieutenant, vice Bateman, moved; 
Aaron Hill, junior, ensign. 

Dany Churchill (Daney Churchel), lieutenant, vice (Samuel) Dix, 
moved; Ebenezer Thompson, ensign, vice Churchill, promoted. 

One Hundred and Sixty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Prince Jenne, major, vice Haskin, resigned; Henry Rockwell, 
adjutant, vice Cronkhite, promoted; Samuel Van Tassel, quarter- 
master, vice Rockwell, promoted: William 15. Martindale, paymas- 
ter, vice Morier (James Mosher), promoted. 

Captains — James Mosier (Mosher), vice Jenne, promoted; Lyman 
Tinney, vice Randall, resigned; Jacob Rice, vice Stewart, resigned. 



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Lieutenants — Joseph Kilburn, vice Chocland, moved; Sylvanus 
Dixon, vice Tinney, promoted; Arunali Judd, junior; [saiah i'ar- 
menter, junior, vice Cone, declining. 

Ensigns — John Johnson, vice Mitchell, moved; Herbert Mallery, 
vice Orton, declining; Joseph Fassett, vice Gilbert, declining; 
George Mixter, vice Parmenter, promoted. 

Riflemen — George P. Cronkhite, captain; Zina H. Cowles, lieu- 
tenant; Thomas L. Ostrom, ensign. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fifty-fourth regiment of infantry : 

Martin Lee, colonel, vice Shumway, resigned; Samuel Wood- 
ward, lieutenant colonel, vice Lee, promoted; John Fuller, major, 
vice Woodward, promoted; Leonard Blanchard, paymaster. 

Hiram P. French, captain, vice Fuller, promoted; Samuel P. 
Hooker, lieutenant, vice Wells, moved; David Rood, ensign, vice 
French, promoted; Hale Adams, lieutenant, vice Goodrich, resigned; 
John Smith, ensign, vice Polly, moved. 

One Hundred and Twenty-first regiment of infantry: 

Luther Wait, adjutant, vice Degolier, resigned; Seth Smith, quar- 
termaster, vice Breese, resigned; Reuben Muzzy, paymaster, vice 
Wait, promoted; Nelson Porter, surgeon, vice Freeman, resigned; 
Nathan P. Colvin, surgeon's mate, vice Porter, promoted. 

Lieutenants — John B. Garnsey, vice Bates, resigned; John B. Cat- 
lin, vice Colvin, resigned. 

Ensigns — Tim M. Palmer, Charles F. Corbin, John L. Johnson. 

WARREN AND WASHINGTON COUNTIES. 

Twenty-third regiment of infantry: 

Norman Fox, major; Shadrach F. Mead, adjutant, vice Fox, pro- 
moted; John E. Norman, quartermaster, vice Mead, promoted. 



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2380 Annual Report of the 

Riflemen — Henry Thurston, captain; Pardon Tanner, lieutenant; 
Francis Tanner, ensign. 

Lieutenants — William Page, Olton Nelson, Truman Lyman. 
Ensigns — Benjamin R. Knapp, Asa Parker, William Smith. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

Fortieth regiment of infantry: 

Daniel Bray ton. major, vice Bellinger, moved; Benjamin P. 
Churchill, paymaster, vice Culver, resigned; Zebedee Learned, quar- 
termaster, vice Bucannon, moved. 

Captains — Milton Hough, vice Boss, moved; John Bucklin, vice 
Brayton, promoted; Jedediah S. Gordon, vice Christian, resigned; 
Thomas Buchannan, vice Petrie, resigned. 

Lieutenants — William K. Knapp, vice Wood, resigned; Parley 
Arnold, vice Priest, moved; Lawrence Widrig, vice Hough, pro- 
moted. 

Ensigns — Vaughn Sweet, vice Sprague; Stephen Carpenter, vice 
Bucklin, promoted; George W. Dexter, vice Widrig, promoted; 
Reuben Churchill. 

DELAWARE COUNTY. 

Twenty-fifth brigade of infantry: 

Calvin Howard, assistant hospital surgeon, vice Clark, declined. 

Seventieth regiment of infantry: 

Morris L. Farrington, quartermaster; David Newcomb, paymas- 
ter; William Stockton, surgeon's mate. 

< »/.ias S. Decker, captain, vice Denio, resigned; Philip Odel, lieu- 
tenant, vice Decker, promoted; Nathaniel Hathaway, ensign. 

Stephen Hait, captain, vice Webster, resigned; William Laugh- 
ram, lieutenant, vice Hait, promoted; Philo Meeker, ensign, vice 
Laughram, promoted. 



State Historian. 2381 

Eleazer Wright, captain; Timothy Beebe, lieutenant, vice Wright, 

promoted; Simeon Crane, ensign, vice Beebe, promoted. 

Peter Maybee, lieutenant, vice Goodsal, resigned; Elijah Whitney, 
ensign, vice Maybee, promoted; Abraham T. Schruyver, ensign. 

One Hundred and Seventy-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Jonathan B. Cowl, surgeon's mate. 

John L. More, captain, vice Hardenbergh, resigned; John I. Weir, 
lieutenant, vice More, promoted; Frederick W. Mackean, ensign. 
vice Weir, promoted. 

Jepther Segar, captain, vice Mead, moved; John Bedle, lieutenant, 
vice Segar, promoted; Paul Hathaway, ensign, vice Bedle, promoted. 

ALLEGANY COUNTY. 

Fifty-second brigade of infantry: 

Thomas Dole, brigadier general, vice Randall, resigned; Sylvenus 
Merriman, paymaster; Asa Lee Davison, assistant hospital surgeon. 

A new regiment organized from the battalion commanded by 
Major Stephen Coles, and to be denominated the Two Hundred and 
Second regiment of infantry: 

Stephen Coles, colonel; Samuel King, lieutenant colonel; David 
Downing, junior, major; Russell Harrison, adjutant; John Utter, 
paymaster; Samuel Darby, quartermaster; Samuel Southworth, 
surgeon; Lorenzo Dana, surgeon's mate; Robert Hubbard, chaplain. 

Luke B. Crandall, captain; James Weed, lieutenant; Benjamin G. 
Crandall, junior, ensign. 

Elisha Chamberlin, junior, captain; Lewis H. Ford, lieutenant. 

Charles Hulbert, captain; Romanso Brooks, lieutenant; William 
Hicks, ensign; Friend Scott, lieutenant; Calvin Cole, ensign. 

Riflemen — Elijah Flitchcox, captain; Franklin Coudrey, lieuten- 
ant; Levi S. Littlejohn, ensign. 



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2382 Annual Report of the 

A new regiment organized from the battalion commanded by 
Major Simon Wilson, and to be denominated the Two Hundred 
and Third regiment of infantry: 

Simon Wilson, colonel; Samuel H. Morgan, lieutenant colonel; 
.Abraham J. Lyon, major; Matthew P. Cady, adjutant; Wilson Gor- 
don, quartermaster; Alanson Thomas, paymaster; Horatio Smith, 
surgeon; Daniel D. Hardy, surgeon's mate; Daniel Woods, chaplain. 

John Hammon, captain, vice Lyon, promoted; Zenas Chase, lieu- 
tenant; Silas Gear, ensign; Lawrin L. Haten, lieutenant; Robert C. 
Daniels, ensign. 

Man-in P. Blood, captain; William Hull, lieutenant. 

Xew regiment organized from the battalion lately commanded by 
Major Thomas Dole, and to be denominated the Two Hundred and 
Fourth regiment of infantry: 

Anson Hinman, colonel, vice Dole, promoted; Amos Griffith, 
lieutenant colonel; Bezaliel Beede, major; Samuel Patch, adjutant; 
Joshua Skiff, paymaster; Samuel Woolcutt, quartermaster; Andrew 
Dutton, surgeon; Simeon Caperon, surgeon's mate; Ezra Kindall, 
chaplain. 

Demarcus Rathbun, captain, vice Beede, promoted; Anson Hills, 
lieutenant; Phylander Sikes, ensign. 

Jacob H. Olin, captain, vice Hinman, promoted; Aaron Haskins, 
lieutenant; Abner Adams, ensign. 

John Parker, captain, vice Griffith, promoted; Jonathan Barlow, 
lieutenant; George Barlow, ensign. 

Xew regiment organized from the battalion commanded by 
Major George Williams, and to be denominated the Two Hundred 
and Fifth regiment of infantry: 

George Williams, colonel; William P. Wilcox, lieutenant colonel; 
phen Spencer, major; Eliel Tyler, quartermaster; John Wheeler, 
adjutant; Cyrus Allen, paymaster; Amos A. Parmerly, surgeon. 



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1822. 

Captains — James M. Heath, James H. Rawson, George Wilner, 
Isaac Heath. 

Lieutenants — Jacob Devoe, Enoch Halliday, Ezra Smith, Samuel 
R. Hunt. 

Ensigns — George Patterson, George M. Merrick, Doty White. 

Riflemen — Horace Mallery, captain; Daniel Foster, lieutenant; 
Samuel Waclsworth, ensign. 

Battalion of infantry commanded by Major Henry McHenry, 
junior: 

Peter Herman, lieutenant; Levi Stephens, ensign; Abraham Allen, 
ensign. 

CLIXTOX COUXTY. 

Thirty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Abraham Scribner, captain, vice Manley, promoted; Caleb Mar- 
shal, lieutenant, vice Scribner, promoted; Joseph Wilcox, ensign, 
vice Marshal, promoted. 

Isaac Hayford, captain, vice Slater, resigned; Daniel D. Johnson, 
lieutenant, vice Hayford, promoted. 

Ensigns — Philander B. Lewis, vice Johnson, promoted; Garret 
Van Buskirk; Lorenzo Kellogg. 

FRAXKLIN COUXTY. 

Sixty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Jonathan Stearns, major, vice Sanborn, resigned; Asa Worth, sur- 
geon, vice Welch, deceased; Ora F. Paddock, surgeon's mate, vice 
Worth, promoted; Charles Blake, paymaster, vice (John) Yarnal,* 
resigned. 

Light Ixfaxtry — Lot Lincoln, captain, vice Stearns, promoted; 

Clark Williamson, lieutenant, vice Lincoln, promoted; William B. 

Foot, ensign, vice Williamson, promoted. 

* Appointed April 6, 1815. Jonathan Wallace was appointed paymaster March 17, 
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2384 Annual Report of the 

Riflemen — Orada Day, lieutenant, vice Hawks, resigned; John 
Xewton, ensign, vice Day, promoted. 

Silas Ward, lieutenant, vice Bell, declining; Ashley Wyman, en- 
sign, vice Ward, promoted. 

Job Bastow, captain, vice Erwin, declining; Charles Johnson, 
lieutenant, vice Bastow, promoted; Comfort Sabins, ensign, vice 
Johnson, promoted; Ira Spencer, lieutenant. 

Light Infantry — John F. Dimmick, captain; Orrin Lawrence, 
lieutenant; Walter S. Wright, ensign; Samuel H. Payne, captain; 
Archibald Alexander, lieutenant; Amos Rolf, ensign. 

Richard C. Hovey, lieutenant, vice Payne, promoted; Moses B. 
Elliott, ensign, vice Alexander, promoted. 

ERIE COUNTY. 

Forty-seventh brigade of infantry: 

Bela H. Colgrove, assistant hospital surgeon, vice Pringle, moved. 

One Hundred and Eighty-first regiment of infantry: 

Earl Sawyer, lieutenant colonel, vice Fay, resigned; Asa Wells, 
major, vice Sawyer, promoted. 

Christopher Douglass, captain, vice Wells, promoted; John Hen- 
man, second, lieutenant, vice Douglass, promoted; Nathan Cole, 
lieutenant, vice Powell, resigned. 

Ensigns — Hail Mathewson, vice Henman, promoted; Oriel B. 
Wadsworth, vice Cole, promoted; Enoch Fry, vice Cook, moved. 

CATTARAUGUS COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Ninety-eighth regiment of infantry: 
Benjamin Waterman, colonel, vice Tifft, moved; James McGlas- 

han. lieutenant colonel, vice Waterman, promoted; John V. King, 

major, vice McGlashan, promoted. 

William Blasdell, captain, vice King, promoted; Harvey Butler, 



State Historian. 2385 

1822. 

lieutenant, vice Blasdell, promoted; Peter Cook, ensign, vice Butler, 

promoted; Thomas Darling, ensign. 

ESSEX COUNTY. 

Thirty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Leander J. Lockwood, quartermaster, vice Steel, resigned; Alonzo 
Wright, captain; Benjamin P. Beach, lieutenant, vice Pine, resigned; 
Harris Page, ensign, vice Wright, promoted. 

Cheney Burpee, captain, vice Bristol, resigned; Timothj Lee, 
lieutenant, vice Burpee, promoted; Sparhawk Burpee, ensign, vice 
Lee, promoted. 

Dudley Jones, lieutenant, vice J. Jones, resigned; George Throop, 
junior, ensign, vice Jones, promoted. 

Dean Delance, captain, vice Whallon, promoted; Thomas Wallace, 
lieutenant; John Daniels, junior, ensign, vice Stevenson, moved. 

Battalion of infantry lately commanded by Lieutenant Colonel 
Thomas Leland: 

Horace Hall, major commandant, vice Leland, resigned; Wolcott 
Tyrrell, adjutant, vice Rawson, resigned; Abijah Smith, junior, 
quartermaster, vice Tyrrell, promoted; Jeremiah Lockwood, pay- 
master. 

Obadiah Jenks, captain, vice R. Tyrrel, resigned; Eseck Whitney, 
lieutenant, vice Jenks, promoted; Cleaveland Jenks, ensign. 

Riflemen — Ezra B. Smith, captain, vice Hall, promoted; David 
Brown, lieutenant, vice Smith, promoted; Benjamin C. Barns, en- 
sign, vice A. Smith, promoted. 

Battalion of infantry commanded by Major William Bailey: 
Fish Taylor, adjutant; Leverit Mallory, quartermaster; Isaac 
Williams, paymaster. 

Lieutenants — Cyrus Hull, Jonah Bruce. 
Ensigns — Chester Wells, Samuel Skinner, Moses Sampson. 
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2386 Annual Report of the 

greene county. 

Battalion of riflemen in the county of Greene lately commanded 
by Mark Spencer: 

Ira T. Day, major commandant, vice Spencer, resigned; George 
Wickes, quartermaster. 

Henry Bagley, captain, vice Day, promoted; Calvin Balis, lieu- 
tenant, vice Bagley, promoted; Benjamin P. Burhans, ensign, vice 
Balis, promoted. 

Richard Titus, captain; David Bush, lieutenant; Peter D. Tryon, 
ensign. 

One Hundred and Sixteenth regiment of infantry: 

Albert Buel, paymaster, vice Baldwin, moved; Henry B. Stimp- 
son, chaplain. 

Samuel Atwater, captain, vice Peck, resigned; Norman Ticknor, 
lieutenant, vice Atwater, promoted; Calvin Ford, ensign; Asahel 
Whitcomb, lieutenant; William Gausley, ensign, vice Rice, declin- 
ing; Hezekiah Johnson, ensign, vice Xewton, declining. 

DUTCHESS COUNTY. 

Seventh division of infantry: 

John Brush, major general, vice Tallmadge, resigned. 

Twentieth brigade of infantry: 

Randall S. Street, brigadier general, vice Brush, promoted; Jacob 
Van Benthuysen, inspector, vice Cummings, promoted. 

Eighty-fourth regiment of infantry : 

I Iriiry A. Livingston, colonel, vice Street, promoted; Walter Cun- 
ningham, lieutenant colonel, vice Livingston, promoted; Alfred 
Raymond, major. 

Captains — Peter P. Hayes (light infantry); Henry Conklin; James 
Bowne, vice Nelson, resigned; Abraham A. Davis, vice Brownell, 
moved. 



State Historian. 2 3&7 

Lieutenants— Henry 11. Van Vliet; John II. Davis; Nicholas 
Jacacks, vice Bowne, promoted; Lewis Pine, vice Davis, promoted. 

Ensigns — Frederick Woodruff, vice Jacacks, promoted; < irorge 
Y. Phillips, vice Pine, promoted; Morgan L. Smith, vice Skidmore, 
resigned; Sanford A. Street; John A. Livingston; John A. Storm. 

One Hundred and Forty-first regiment of infantry : 

Leonard L. Seaman, quartermaster, vice Barlow, moved. 

David Rust, captain, vice Van Wagener, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Noah Traver, vice Rust, promoted; Richard Van- 
derbergh, vice Barnes, declining; Elias Holmes, vice Seaman, pro- 
moted. 

Ensigns — Peter Sharpsteen, vice Traver, promoted; Obadiah 
Lawrence, vice Vanderbergh, promoted; Jacob Davis, vice Holmes, 
promoted; Nicholas Traver, vice Cropser, moved. 

One Hundred and Eleventh regiment of infantry: 

George Lambert, junior, colonel, vice Vanderhoof, resigned; 
Francis A. Livingston, lieutenant colonel, vice Lambert, promoted; 
Nathaniel R. Cooper, adjutant, vice Van Kuren, resigned; Isaac F. 
Russell, paymaster, vice Davis, declining. 

Captains — James Van Keuren, vice Delamater, resigned; John 
Elsifer, vice Ring, resigned; William S. Cowles, vice Miller, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Frederick Teel, vice Van Keuren, promoted; 
Henry Lambert, vice Elsifer, promoted; Jeremiah Moore, vice 
Lewis, resigned; Rowland Storey, vice Conger, resigned; John Tap- 
ping, vice Cowles, promoted; Jacob Heermance. 

Ensigns — John A. Drum, vice Teel, promoted; Moses Ring, vice 
Lambert, promoted; James Outwater, vice Moore, promoted; Tall- 
madge H. Germond, vice Storey, promoted; John P. Brown, vice 
Pultz, resigned; Joseph Cookingham; Elias Barringer, vice Tapping, 
promoted. 



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2388 Annual Report of the 

Twenty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Walter Huested, colonel, vice Dakin, resigned; Oliver E. Cham- 
berlain, lieutenant colonel, vice Huested, promoted; Joel Denton, 
junior, major, vice Chamberlain, promoted; Milton B. Allerton, 
quartermaster, vice Smith, resigned; Hiram Brown, paymaster, vice 
Wheeler, promoted. 

Captains — John M. Wheeler, vice S. Wheeler, resigned; John H. 
Wilson, vice Denton, promoted; Samuel Dunning, vice Parish, re- 
signed; William Morgan, vice Sherwood, resigned; Niram Sackett, 
vice Welling, resigned. 

Lieutenants — George W. Sanford, vice Wilson, promoted; Philip 
Chase, vice Dunning, promoted; Stephen Foot, vice Morgan, pro- 
moted; John Harris; Stephen G. Gurnsey, vice Sackett, promoted; 
John Thomas (of riflemen), vice Downing, moved. 

Ensigns — Charles W. Powers (of riflemen), vice Thomas, pro- 
moted: Milton B. Allerton; Hiram Brown; Stephen B. Trowbridge, 
vice Brown, promoted; Philip Flint, vice Sanford, promoted; Albert 
Eggleston, vice Chase, promoted; William Cook, vice Foot, pro- 
moted; John Haight, vice Gurnsey, promoted. 

PUTNAM COUNTY. 

Sixty-first regiment of infantry : 

Riflemen— Thomas W. Taylor, captain; Daniel H. Sunderland, 
lieutenant; Eleazer Baldwin, ensign. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Eighty-second regiment of infantry: 
Joseph Blunt, quartermaster, vice Renwick, promoted. 
George S. Puffer, captain; William M. Benjamin, lieutenant; 
Edward Graves, lieutenant; Thomas S. Manning, ensign. 



State Historian. 2389 

Ninety-seventh regiment of infantry : 

William Newton Clark, captain, with rank from November [O, 
1820; George Wilkes, lieutenant, vice Lord, promoted in < >ne I lun- 
dred and Ninety-seventh regiment. 

Ensigns — Horace Ogden, vice Watson, promoted; William Hen- 
derson, vice Macomber, promoted; Rufus Delafield, vice Lang, pro- 
moted; Charles C. King, vice Cary, promoted; Frederick Phillipse 
Gouverneur, vice Morton, promoted. 

One Hundred and Ninety-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Robert L. Wilson, adjutant. 

Henry Munro, captain, vice Wilson, promoted; William C. il. 
Waddell, lieutenant, vice Munro, promoted; William N. Gibert. 
lieutenant. 

SUFFOLK COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Seventh regiment of infantry : 

Joshua Fleet, colonel, vice Case, resigned; Thomas P. Conkling, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Terry, resigned; James R. Horton, major, 
vice Fleet, promoted; Thomas Osborn, surgeon, vice Tuthill, re- 
signed; Elisha Halliock, surgeon's mate. 

John T. Luce, captain, vice Conkling, promoted; David William- 
son, lieutenant, vice Luce, promoted; Barnabas Corwin, lieutenant, 
vice Halliock, promoted; Nicoll Young, ensign. 

One Hundred and Thirty-second regiment of infantry: 

Joel Robins, captain, vice J. N. Robins, resigned; Joseph Raynor, 
junior, lieutenant, vice Lane, promoted; Jonah Robbins, ensign; 
Albert B. Davis, lieutenant; Joshua Swezey, ensign; Daniel Hulse, 
ensign. 

Eightieth regiment of infantry: 

Oliver Halsey, lieutenant, vice Cook, promoted. 



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2390 Annual Report of the 

monroe county. 

Forty-sixth brigade of infantry: 

Isaac Allen, quartermaster, vice Seymour, resigned. 

Thirty-first regiment of infantry: 

Sherman Spencer, quartermaster; Apollis P. Auger, surgeon, vice 
Baldwin, resigned; Nathaniel Rowell, surgeon's mate, vice Auger, 
promoted. 

Captains — Solomon C. Wright, vice Leach, declined; William 
Root, vice Brown, declined; John Johnson, vice Allen, promoted; 
Peter Cusick. 

William Holmes, lieutenant; Alanson Corban, ensign. 

Light Infantry — Elijah W. Wood, captain; Robert S. Perry, 
lieutenant; Heman Cole, ensign. 

Lieutenants — Joshua Pattee, vice Crippin, resigned; Zebulon Wil- 
liams, vice Cusick, promoted; Ebenezer Perrigo, vice Wright, pro- 
moted. 

Ensigns — Asia Pease, vice Root, promoted; Ebenezer R. Hale; 
Asa Ross, vice Randall, moved; Artemas Daggett, vice Perrigo, 
promoted. 

One Flundred and Seventy-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Daniel Franklin, lieutenant colonel, vice Gifford, resigned; Moses 
Flume, major, vice Franklin, promoted. 

Captains — Asa Adams (of riflemen), vice Hume, promoted; John 
Sherwood, vice Holbrook, resigned; Benjamin Bowen, vice Jameson, 
resigned. 

Lieutenants — Martin Brumly; John South worth, vice Sherwood, 
promoted; Daniel Morrill (of riflemen), vice Adams, promoted. 

Ensigns — James H. Walker, vice Southworth, promoted: Moses 
Sperry. 



State Historian. 2391 

One Hundred and Seventy-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Austin Spencer, colonel, vice Warner, resigned ; Charles Freeman, 
major, vice Spencer, promoted; Charles J. Hill, paymaster, vice 
Arnold, resigned. 

Riflemen — Solomon Close, captain; Benjamin H. Brown, lieuten- 
ant; James Frasier, ensign. 

Captains — Jonathan Buel, vice Freeman, promoted; Herick 
Bromly, vice Brigham, resigned; Ira Stowell, vice Olmsted, re- 
signed; Samuel Castle. 

Lieutenants— William Buckingham, vice Hill, resigned; Levi 
Murray, vice Castle, promoted; Francis Olmsted, vice Buel, pro- 
moted; Ralph Lester: Jonathan Williams, vice Stowei, promoted. 

Ensigns — Plury Allen; Julius Baldwin; Samuel Drake; Abner 
Hubbard; Lemuel Waters; William Hoit, vice Hill, resigned. 

One Hundred and Seventy-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Nathan Whitney, lieutenant colonel, vice Bennet, declining. 

Captains — William C. Tanner; Joseph Rickey, vice J. Whitney, 
resigned; Seymour B. Murdock; Harry Boardman (of riflemen), vice 
Whitney, promoted; Ezra Baker. 

Lieutenants — David Wetherwax, vice Rickey, promoted ; Barnard 
Far (of riflemen), vice Boardman, promoted; Asahel Lee. 

Ensigns — John Bennett, Reuben Pierce, Elisha Sheldon (of rifle- 
men), Elisha M. Gould. 

PUTNAM COUNTY. 

Thirty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Daniel W. Townsend, lieutenant colonel, vice Leake, resigned; 
Nathan Pierce, major, vice Townsend, promoted; George W. Slo- 
cum, adjutant, vice Pierce, promoted; Alfred Crosby, quartermaster, 
vice Doolittle, resigned; Isaac Candy, chaplain; Thomas J. Slocum, 
paymaster, vice Rogers, resigned. 



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2392 Annual Report of the 

Nathaniel Rowland second, captain, vice Campbell, resigned; 
William S. Hains, lieutenant, vice Howland, promoted; Archibald 
Howland, ensign, vice Hains, promoted. 

Isaac Candy, junior, lieutenant, vice Slocum, promoted; Egbert 
Howland. ensign, vice Candy, promoted. 

James R. Hoyt, captain, vice Squires, resigned; James B. Clinton, 
ensign ; Luman \\ nite, lieutenant. 

Alfred Arnold, captain, vice White, resigned; Nathaniel Leake, 
lieutenant; Egbert Sheldon, ensign. 

Stephen Rider, captain, vice Reynolds, resigned; Robert Burton, 
lieutenant, vice Rider, promoted; Orrin B. Crane, ensign, vice Bur- 
ton, promoted. 

Elijah Barnum, captain, vice Townsend, resigned; Harman C. 
Barnum. lieutenant; Alfred Hoyt, ensign. 

Joseph C. Sears, captain, vice Jones, resigned; Legrand F. 
Ketchum, lieutenant, vice Sears, promoted; Joseph Hall, ensign. 

Sixty-first regiment of infantry: 

James Townsend, lieutenant colonel; Ziba Ballard, quartermaster. 

Gilbert Drew, captain; Wane Clauson, lieutenant; Joshua 
Ketchum, ensign. 

John Buckbee, captain, vice Post, resigned; Aaron Christian, lieu- 
tenant; Samuel Tompkins, ensigns. 

Stephen Pinkney, captain, vice Wright, resigned; Eli Garnung, 
lieutenant; Abel W. Garnung, ensign; James Mowatt, ensign; Daniel 
H. Sunderland, lieutenant; Hiram Waring, ensign. 

Ephraim Scofield, captain, vice Lobdell, resigned; Thomas Daven- 
port, lieutenant; Isaac Laycox, ensign. 

Daniel Frances, second, captain; William Draw, junior, lieuten- 
ant; Gilbert II. Francis, ensign. 



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dutchess county. 

One Hundred and Twenty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Henry Uhl, colonel, vice Cooper, resigned; Bartholomew Green, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Uhl, promoted; Adam Cronsr. major; 
Thomas E. Doughty, adjutant. 

Lieutenants — Chancey Fowler, Nicholas U. Emigh, William 
Pettit. 

Ensigns — Peter Odle, Seneca Vail, David D. Dutcher. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

Twelfth regiment of infantry: 

William Odell, colonel, vice Varian, resigned; Sands Ferris, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Davenport, resigned; Morris S. Griffin, major, 
vice Odell, promoted; Jasper S. Odell, adjutant, vice Joseph Odell, 
resigned. 

Captains — David Bonnett, vice Davenport, promoted; Abijah 
Morgan, vice Underhill, resigned; Jonathan W. Odell, vice Acker, 
resigned; Caleb Smith, vice Fowler, resigned; Samuel Briggs, vice 
Rich, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Cornelius Berrian; Henry Dusenbury; Thomas 
Oakley, junior, vice Morgan, promoted; Benjamin Corsa; Peter B. 
Vermilyea, vice Smith, promoted; Joshua Odell; John J. Valentine. 

Ensigns — John W. Coggeshall, Daniel P. Barker, James Morgan, 
Samuel Mapes, Elijah Martine, Isaac V. Fowler, George B. 
Valentine. 

Thirty-third regiment of infantry: 

Abijah Haight, quartermaster, vice Strang, promoted. 

Captains — Jacob Halstead, vice Haines, resigned; Robert Wright, 
vice Sarles, resigned: Jacob Halstead, with rank from March 17, 
1821. 



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2394 Annual Report of the 

Thomas Wright, lieutenant, vice R. Wright, promoted. 

Ensigns — Samuel Van Tassell: Isaac G. Graham, vice Brown, 
moved; Robert Brown, vice Davids, deceased. 

Thirty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

Isaac Hayes, colonel, vice Mead, resigned; Samuel Pedrick, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Wood, resigned; Alanson Ferris, major, vice 
Mead, resigned; Jacob G. Mead, adjutant, vice Howe, resigned; 
John Lockwood, quartermaster, vice Mead, adjutant; Alexander 
Mead, paymaster; Solomon Clason, surgeon. 

Captains — Malby Webster, vice Hayes, promoted; Sidney Strat- 
tan, vice Lockwood, resigned; Stephen Clark, vice Holmes, 
resigned; Alfred Avery; William Mead, vice Pedrick, promoted; 
Hezekiah Miller, vice J. Miller, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Joshua Lobdell, vice Strattan, promoted; Ezra 
Bishop, vice Webster, promoted; Alva Williamson, vice Clark, pro- 
moted; Michael Scofield, vice Avery, promoted: Horace Baker, vice 
Mead, promoted; Stephen Reynolds, vice Miller, promoted. 

Ensigns — Samuel Wallace, junior; Albertson Moreman; Edward 
Slawson, vice Avery, promoted; Jesse Sarles; John Banks. 

A regiment organized from the battalion of light infantry com- 
manded by Lieutenant Colonel William Hammond and to be de- 
nominated the First regiment of light infantry: 

William Hammond, colonel; Daniel Ackerman, lieutenant colonel, 
vice Hammond, promoted; Jonathan D. Odell, major, vice Acker- 
man, promoted; Nathaniel Baylies, quartermaster, vice Odell, 
promoted. 

Captains — Jonathan O. Dyckman, vice J. D. Odell, promoted; 
James Worden, vice Gedncy, resigned; William C. Frisbie, vice 
Sine:, promoted. 

Lieutenants — George Sherwood, vice Sanford, moved; Charles 



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Lester, vice Dyckman, promoted; Peter K. lladden, vice Wordcn, 
promoted; Abraham Storms, vice Onderdonk, resigned. 

Ensigns — James DeLancey, vice Miller, declining; Isaac Requa; 
Benjamin Hadden, junior, vice Burgher, resigned; James H. Romer; 
Gilbert H. Fisher. 

Fifteenth brigade of infantry: 

Cornelius F. Ferris, paymaster. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fifty-sixth regiment of infantry : 

Walter DeRidder, colonel, vice Van Schaick, resigned; Calvin 
Everest, lieutenant colonel, vice DeRidder, promoted; Lemuel Sim- 
mons, major, vice Everest, promoted; Garret G. G. Vandenburgh, 
quartermaster, vice N. Potter, moved; Trustrum Corlis, paymaster, 
vice Wilson, declining; Samuel Williams, adjutant, vice Skinner, 
promoted. 

David Velie, captain, vice Simmons, promoted; Burdon Sherman, 
lieutenant, vice Viele, promoted; Joel Buckley, ensign, vice Sher- 
man, promoted. 

James Abeel, second, captain, vice Chapin, resigned; Lewis Pot- 
ter, lieutenant, vice Abeel, promoted; Abraham Hill, ensign, vice 
L. Potter, promoted. 

Nicholas H. Phillips, captain, vice Rogers, resigned; John W. 
Livermore, lieutenant, vice Phillips, promoted; Julius Burnham, 
ensign, vice Livermore, promoted. 

Archibald Smith, captain, vice Hartshorn, resigned; Jonathan 
Tucker, lieutenant, vice Smith, promoted; Alexander IMosher, 
ensign, vice Hay, resigned. 

Walter Cornel, captain, vice Gifford, resigned; John Lee, lieuten- 
ant, vice Cornel, promoted; Alexander Robertson, lieutenant, vice 
Ide, resigned. 



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2396 Annual Report of the 

Ensigns — Anson Bigalow, vice Robertson, promoted; Simon Bur- 
ton, vice Williams, promoted; Hiram Cook, vice Lee, promoted. 

Riflemen — Valentine Randall, lieutenant, vice McAuly, declined; 
Henry Whiteside, ensign, vice Randall, promoted. 

Fiftieth regiment of infantry: 

John McNaughton, colonel, vice Matthews, resigned; Jonathan 
Morey, lieutenant colonel, vice McNaughton, promoted; Robert 
Blake, junior, major. 

Alexander McWhorter, captain, vice Morey, promoted; John 
McCall, second, lieutenant, vice McWhorter, promoted; Israel 
McConnell, ensign, vice McCall, promoted. 

Daniel C. Root, captain, vice Hugh McCall, cashiered; William 
McClelland, second, lieutenant, vice Root, promoted; Andrew Fos- 
ter, ensign. 

William McClelland, third, captain, vice Thomas, resigned; John 
Randies, lieutenant, vice Wilson, moved; John H. Bump, ensign, 
vice McClelland, third, promoted. 

Simon Pratt, captain, vice Blake, promoted; Ebenezer Dunn, lieu- 
tenant, vice Pratt, promoted; Daniel Beaty, ensign, vice Dunn, 
promoted. 

One Hundred and Fourteenth regiment of infantry: 

John L. Wendell, colonel, with rank from July II, 1821, vice Rice, 
resigned; Thomas Scott, lieutenant colonel, with like rank, vice 
Wendell, promoted; Elisha Billings, major, vice Scott, promoted: 
George W. Jermain, adjutant, vice D. Billings, resigned; Daniel G. 
Fort, quartermaster, vice (James) Coulter, resigned. 

George Lowrie, captain, vice Norton, resigned: John W. Robert- 
son, lieutenant, vice- Lowrie, promoted; James T. Green, second, 
ensign, vice Robertson, promoted. 

Jacob Vandenburgh, captain, vice Van Vechten, resigned; Wil- 



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Ham King-, lieutenant, vice Vandenburgh, promoted; llosea Pratt, 
ensign, vice King", promoted. 

John P. limit, lieutenant, vice Cooper, moved; Aimer Shearman, 
ensign, vice Hunt, promoted. 

SCHOHARIE COUNTY. 

Eighteenth regiment of infantry : 

Light Infantry — Peter S. Swart, captain, vice Smith, moved; 
Robert Forsyth, junior, lieutenant, vice Swart, promoted; William 
Posson, ensign. 

Johan Peter Becker, ensign, vice Thompson, moved. 

John Litabrant (Littlebrant), captain, vice Larkin, resigned; Peter 
W. Enders, lieutenant, vice Litabrant, promoted; Alexander Wo- 
man, ensign, vice Enders, promoted. 

One Hundred and Thirteenth regiment of infantry: 

Riflemen — Ebenezer Daniels, captain, vice Betson, resigned; Mar- 
tin Zeh, lieutenant, vice Daniels, promoted; John Westover, ensign, 
vice Zeh, promoted. 

Eliab Cross, captain, vice Eldredge, resigned; Jacob Banta, lieu- 
tenant, vice Cross, promoted; Caleb Kosboth, ensign, vice Banta, 
promoted; John P. Bellinger, lieutenant, vice Cross, promoted; 
David Bouck, ensign. 

One Hundred and Fourth regiment of infantry: 

Benjamin Hickok, colonel, vice Brown, moved; Daniel Hager, 
junior, lieutenant colonel, vice Hickok, promoted; Billa B. Brown, 
major, vice Hager, promoted; Eli Boice, surgeon's mate. 

Jonathan Knapp, captain; Joel M. Chamberlin, lieutenant; Syl- 
vester Cromwell, ensign; Eleazer Treadwell, lieutenant; William A. 
Wilson, ensign; John Snook, lieutenant; John Ripley, ensign. 
Stephen Badgley, captain; Francis Winne, lieutenant; Peter J. 



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2398 Annual Report of the 

Hager, ensign; Levi Gallup, junior, lieutenant, with rank from 
March 17, 1821. 

LIVINGSTON COUNTY. 

Seventy-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Henry Janes, colonel; Theron Brown, lieutenant colonel; Hugh 
McMillan, major; Parris W. Cady, quartermaster; Joseph R. 
Ramsdell, paymaster. 

Light Infantry — John Holloway, captain; Collins McVean, 
lieutenant; Duncan Walker, ensign. 

Riflemen — Andrew Armstrong, captain; Rawson Harmon, lieu- 
tenant; John McYean, ensign. 

Captains — Gardner Osgood, Ephraim Finch. 

Lieutenants — Charles B. Hill, Ira Harmon. 

Ensigns — Alexander Simpson, Theodore Brown. 

SCHOHARIE COUNTY. 

In the division of cavalry: 

Joshua Converse, hospital surgeon. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Third regiment of cavalry: 

James Parcey, captain, vice Whitney, resigned; Stephen Sweet, 
first lieutenant, vice Parcey, promoted; Richard Ostrander, second 
lieutenant, vice Sweet, promoted; Joseph Cross, cornet, vice 
Ostrander, promoted. 

DUTCHESS COUNTY. 

Fourth regiment of cavalry: 

James R. Cary, adjutant, vice Plummer, declining; Andrew N. 
Kittle, chaplain, vice Leonard, moved. 

Benjamin A. Van Yredenburgh, captain, vice Heermancc, moved; 
W T illiam Feller, first lieutenant, vice Benner, declining; Hazard 
Champlin, second lieutenant, vice Feller, promoted; George A. 
Stickle, cornet. 



State Historian. 2399 

Elmore Noxon, captain, vice Clapp, resigned; William Vincent, 
first lieutenant, vice Noxon, promoted; Zebulon Ross, second lieu- 
tenant, vice Vincent, promoted; Daniel L. Noxon, cornet, vice Ross, 
promoted. 

Henry Sherwood, captain, vice Stephenson, moved; Herman 
Cook, first lieutenant, vice Sherwood, promoted; Archibald M. 
Allerton, second lieutenant, vice Cook, promoted; Austin C. Marsh, 
cornet, vice Allerton, promoted. 

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ONEIDA COUNTY. 

Sixth regiment of cavalry: 

Ralph Clark, quartermaster, vice Storrs, resigned; John Dean, 
paymaster, vice Doolittle, resigned. 

Stephen Barret, captain, vice Johnson, resigned; Clark Green, first 
lieutenant, vice Barret, promoted; Chester M. Clark, second lieu- 
tenant, vice Green, promoted; Henry Bailey, cornet, vice Clark, 
promoted; Isaac Lewis, cornet, vice Trowbridge, declined. 

Ambrose Cone, captain, vice Laird, resigned; Samuel Lyon, cor- 
net, vice Dean, promoted. 

Truman Kellogg, junior, first lieutenant, vice Cone, promoted; 
Augustus G. Morrison, second lieutenant, vice McBride, resigned; 
Francis D. Grosvenor, second lieutenant, vice Lynch, moved; Ezra 
E. Wilcox, cornet, vice Felton, resigned. 

HERKIMER COUNTY. 

Robert Gillespie, captain, vice Tabor, resigned; Timothy J. Camp- 
bell, first lieutenant, vice Gillespie, promoted; James G. Furgeson, 
second lieutenant, vice Burch, resigned; Thomas Burch, cornet, vice 
Campbell, promoted. 

SARATOGA COUNTY. 

Seventh regiment of cavalry: 

Captains — James Montgomery, Adonijah Skinner, junior, Joseph 
Pettit, Henry V. S. Abeels. 



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2400 Annual Report of the 

First lieutenants — Nathan A. Philo, Talust Morehouse, Ethan A. 
Bailey, Benjamin B. Babcock. 

Second lieutenants — John Barker, Benjamin C. Grenell, Nathan 
Hemphill, John Vernum. 

Cornets — John Lamb, Moses Thompson, Thomas Lapham, Har- 
vey Goodwin. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Joseph Hanks, first lieutenant; William Henry, second lieutenant; 
David \V. Heath, cornet. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Eighth regiment of cavalry: 

Timothy Hunt, captain; Wells Hatch, first lieutenant; James M. 
Call, second lieutenant; Samuel Pike, cornet. 

Isaac Hawley, first lieutenant, vice Jerome, moved; John H. John- 
son, second lieutenant, vice Polly, moved; Seba Banta, cornet, vice 
Hawley, promoted. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Ninth regiment of cavalry: 

Charles Easton, first lieutenant, vice Brower, resigned; Andrew 
Settle, second lieutenant; John H. Van Ness, cornet. 

SCHOHARIE COUNTY. 

William H. Reed, cornet. 

OTSEGO COUNTY. 

Eleventh regiment of cavalry: 

Don Ferdinand Herrick, adjutant, vice Sayres, resigned; David 
Cushman, quartermaster; Josiali Blackman, surgeon's mate; Russell 
Wheeler, chaplain. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 
Twelfth regiment of cavalry: 
Alanson Brown, quartermaster, vice Cummins, resigned; Justus 



State Historian. 2401 

Hall, paymaster, vice Brown, quartermaster; Archelaus G. Smith, 
surgeon, vice Beach, resigned; Harry Allen, surgeon's mate, vice 
Smith, promoted. 

Norton Bristol, cornet, vice Anthony, resigned; Zebulon Jones, 
cornet. 

Amos Lee, junior, second lieutenant, vice Eggleston, moved; 
Archibald Campbell, cornet, vice Lee, promoted. 

Samuel P. Beebe, first lieutenant; Jedediah Jackson, second lieu- 
tenant; William Charles, cornet 

Solomon Case, captain, vice Tinker, transferred; Kellogg Vos- 
burgh, first lieutenant, vice Case, promoted; Montgomery Vos- 
burgh, second lieutenant, vice K. Vosburgh, promoted; Simeon 
Bristol, cornet, vice M. Vosburgh, promoted. 

James M. Christopher, first lieutenant; Christopher L. Taylor, 
second lieutenant; Francis Brown, cornet. 

CAYUGA COUNTY. 

Thirteenth regiment of cavalry: 

Robert T. Shaw, colonel, vice Strong, resigned; Samuel Hoskins, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Shaw, promoted; Daniel J. Shaw, major, 
vice Hoskins, promoted. 

Captains — Ebenezer Brown, second, vice Shaw, promoted; Tar- 
dus Eels, vice Keep, resigned; Gardner Kortright, vice Hotchkiss, 
resigned. 

First lieutenants — Jesse Atwater, vice Kortright, promoted ; Sam- 
uel Noyes, vice Eels, promoted. 

Second lieutenants — Truman Orange, vice Noyes, promoted; Ben- 
jamin Tupper, vice Kortright, promoted. 

Cornets — Hiram Herrick, William Watson. 

Benjamin C. Cox, second lieutenant, vice Young, promoted; John 

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2402 Annual Report of the 

Hyde, comet, vice Cox, promoted; Samuel Crosbey, first lieutenant, 
vice E. Brown, promoted. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY. 

Fourteenth regiment of cavalry: 

Daniel Buck, quartermaster, vice Skinner, moved. 

Ira Gardner, captain, vice Johnson, moved; David Granger, first 
lieutenant, vice Gardner, promoted; Walter Prentice, second lieu- 
tenant, vice Granger, promoted; John P. Johnson, cornet, vice W. 
Prentis, promoted. 

John Barnard, captain: Haley Brown, first lieutenant, vice Little- 
field, cashiered; Asahel Reed, second lieutenant; Alanson Russell, 
cornet. 

Dexter Hungerford, captain, vice Fairbanks, sheriff; Amos Fel- 
lows, first lieutenant, vice Hungerford, promoted; Gideon W. Wells, 
second lieutenant, vice O. Hungerford, promoted; Charles J. Taylor, 
cornet. 

CLINTON COUNTY. 

Fifteenth regiment of cavalry: 

Sampson Smith, lieutenant colonel; Henry Graves, major. 
Truman Nye, captain; Henry Gregory, first lieutenant; Josiah 
Corbin, second lieutenant; William H. Brockway, cornet. 

ESSEX COUNTY. 

Benjamin Baxter, captain; James Esterbrooks, first lieutenant; 
John Lee, second lieutenant; Jonas Blood, cornet. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Eighty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Captains — Richard Van Rensselaer, vice Jenkins, promoted; 
John W. Bay, vice Quackenboss, resigned: Jacob Yandenbergh, 
vice Bay, appointed aid to general. 



State Historian. 2403 

Lieutenants — John Smith, vice Bay, promoted: Addison Mandell, 
vice Vandenbergh, promoted; Harman Visscher, vice Treat, trans- 
ferred. 

Ensigns — Bristol Fox, Daniel Ford, John Dyre, Peter Lansing. 

Light Infantry — Horace Durrie, captain, vice Judson, resigned; 
Gerrit Visscher, lieutenant, vice Wynkoop, resigned; Cornelius J. 
Cuyler, ensign. 

Richard J. Knowlson, captain, vice Stafford, transferred; Jesse G. 
Brush, lieutenant, vice Knowlson, promoted; Abraham Ten Broeck 
Van Vechten, ensign, vice Brush, promoted. 

One Hundred and Thirty-sixth regiment of infantry: 

George Freligh, lieutenant; Nicholas Quackenboss, ensign; 
Homer Strong, ensign, vice Freligh. 

One Hundred and Fiftieth regiment of infantry: 

Gerrit Hog-an, lieutenant colonel, vice Moak, resigned; Abraham 
Rosekrans, major, vice Hogan, promoted; John H. Shaver, quarter- 
master, vice Haswell, resigned; Henry Winney, paymaster, vice 
Sayer, resigned. 

Charles Baumis, ensign. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fifty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Joseph Nichols, ensign of light infantry, vice Prescott, declined. 

STEUBEN COUNTY. 

Seventeenth regiment of infantry: 

Amasa Thatcher, lieutenant colonel, vice Jones, resigned; Silas 
Corey, major, vice Thatcher, promoted; Mott Stephens, paymaster. 

John Ogden, captain, vice Corey, promoted; William Webb, 
junior, lieutenant; William A. Hyde, ensign. 



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2404 Annual Report of the 

New battalion of infantry organized from the Seventeenth 
regiment: 

Alexander Simpson, major commandant; Martin Young, junior, 
adjutant: Adna B. Reynolds, paymaster. 

Samuel Griggs, captain; Nathan S. Hayes, lieutenant; Frederick 
S. Reynolds, ensign; Elijah Hallet, ensign. 

Ninety-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Otto F. Marshall, major. 

John R. Gansevoort, ensign of riflemen, vice Fowler, declined. 

Matthew Brink, captain, vice Reed, moved; Philip A. Harrison, 
lieutenant; Asher Chapin, ensign, vice Strong, declined. 

Battalion of infantry commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Archa 
Campbell : 

Light Infantry — Solomon Campbell, captain, vice Phoenix, 
resigned; William S. Hubbell, lieutenant; John R. Calkins, ensign. 

Philo P. Hubbel, captain, vice Jennings, resigned; Silas W. Gor- 
ton, lieutenant; Moses Gorton, junior, ensign; Benjamin Patterson, 
second, ensign. 

Eighty-first regiment of infantry: 

Light Infantry — James Tayler, captain; Benjamin Cheever, 
lieutenant; Isaac Laning, ensign. 

Jonathan Rodgers, ensign of riflemen; James Hulse, ensign. 

Battalion oi infantry commanded by Major Augustus Tyler: 

Elijah Kent, lieutenant; Samuel Draw, junior, ensign. 

Battalion of infantry commanded by Major Rodolphus Howe: 

William Fulfonl, adjutant, vice Cook, promoted. 

Light Infantry — Paul C. Cook, captain; Elijah Hartwell, lieu- 
tenant; Dan H. Davis, ensign. 
]] Deusenberry, ensign. 

Levi Smith, captain; David Loomis, lieutenant; John C. Bowles, 
ensign. 



State Historian. 2405 

1822. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY. 

» One Hundred and Eighty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Jedediah Burchard, chaplain. 

Riflemen — Jabez Hunting, captain; Solomon Robbins, lieutenant; 
Nathaniel F. Stone, ensign. 

Daniel Griffin, captain; Luther Wright, lieutenant; Samuel Cook, 
ensign. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Twenty-eighth regiment of infantry: 

David C. Bull, captain, with rank from March 17, 1821. 

SCHOHARIE COUNTY. 

Ninth regiment of cavalry: 

Moses Lawyer, surgeon's mate, vice Converse, promoted. 

COLUMBIA COUNTY. 

Eighth division of infantry: 

Daniel B. Tallmadge, judge advocate. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

Twelfth regiment of infantry: 

Jonathan G. Tompkins, paymaster, vice Tompkins, resigned. 

SUFFOLK COUNTY. 

Eightieth regiment of infantry: 

Nathaniel Topping, surgeon, vice Huntington, resigned. 

CHENANGO COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fifth regiment of infantry: 

James Thompson, second, colonel, vice Pike, resigned; John 

Noyes, junior, lieutenant colonel, vice Gray, resigned; Noah Wood, 

major, vice Waters, resigned. 

Captains — David Smith, vice Guthrie, resigned; William Cook, 

vice How, resigned; Norman Saxton, vice Wood, promoted. 



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2406 Annual Report of the 

Light Infantry — John Stafford, captain, vice Brown, resigned; 
Oliver Ray, lieutenant, vice Stafford, promoted; Paul R. Miner, 
ensign, vice Ray, promoted. * 

Robert Ames, captain, vice Miller, resigned; Hollis Newton, lieu- 
tenant, vice Ames, promoted; Richard D. Taylor, ensign, vice New- 
ton, promoted. 

John Strew, lieutenant, vice Sexton, promoted; Hiram Parker, 
ensign, vice Strew, promoted; Thompson G. Fisher, lieutenant, 
vice Cook, promoted; John Mead, junior, ensign, vice T. Mead, 
moved. 

Riflemen — Samuel Randall, captain; Alexander McCullah, lieu- 
tenant; Benjamin Cook, ensign. 

Smith Johnson, captain, vice Hall, resigned; Lyman Smith, lieu- 
tenant, vice Packer, moved; Wells Wait, ensign; Sylvester Benton, 
lieutenant, vice Smith, promoted; James T. Gifford, ensign, vice 
Young, resigned. 

Light Infantry — William Avery, captain, vice Thompson, pro- 
moted; James B. Ladd, lieutenant, vice Avery, promoted; Joseph 
Ferris, ensign, vice Ladd, promoted. 

SARATOGA COUNTY. 

Sixty-third regiment of infantry: 

Seth Perry, colonel, vice Gansevoort, promoted; Jeremiah Ter- 
hune, lieutenant colonel, vice Perry, promoted; Thomas B. Thomp- 
son, major, vice Terhune, promoted. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Eighty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Shubeal Butterfield, colonel, vice King, resigned; Samuel Deni- 

son, lieutenant colonel, vice Butterfield, promoted; Daniel Hardy, 

major, vice Denison, promoted. 



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Northrop Jones, captain, vice Hardy, promoted; Roswell Bos- 
worth, lieutenant, vice Jones, promoted; George W. Whitney, 
ensign, vice Bosworth, promoted. 

Nathan Stutson, captain, vice Grow, resigned; Lyman W. Payne, 
lieutenant, vice Stutson, promoted; Jeremiah Hubbard, ensign, vice 
Payne, promoted; Sherman Robbins, ensign, vice Bates, resigned. 

One Hundred and Eighth regiment of infantry: 

Ezra F. Blood, paymaster, vice Green, resigned. 

Silas Webb, captain, vice Smith, resigned; Samuel Ellsworth, 
lieutenant, vice Webb, promoted. 

Martin Lincoln, captain, vice Beardsley, resigned; Samuel Bing- 
ham, lieutenant, vice Lincoln, promoted. 

Jacob Jenkins, captain, vice Carey, resigned; Russell Weaver, 
lieutenant, vice Jenkins, promoted. 

Daniel D. Stephenson, captain, vice Willard, resigned; Dexter 
Haven, lieutenant, vice Stephenson, promoted; William Usher, 
ensign, vice Haven, promoted. 

Sylvester Reed, captain, vice Torry, transferred; Ziba Henry, lieu- 
tenant, vice Treat, deceased; Nathan Dexter, ensign, vice Henry, 
promoted. 

Don C. Holly, captain, vice Brook, removed; Lee Lord, captain, 
vice White, resigned. 

Light Infantry — Levi Torrey, captain; James McKenzie, lieu- 
tenant; Evans C. Lewis, ensign. 

Riflemen — William Lord, first lieutenant, vice Allen, resigned; 
Augustin Bartholomew, second lieutenant, vice Huntington, moved. 

Riflemen — James Plumb, captain; Samuel Payne, lieutenant; 
Gardner Vincent, ensign. 

Seventy-sixth regiment of infantry: 

Joseph Sheldon, colonel, vice Hungerford, resigned; John 
Gotham, lieutenant colonel; William H. Colwell, major. 



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2408 Annual Report of the 

1822. 

Xoah McNitt, captain; Bera Comins, lieutenant; Abel P. Lewis, 
ensign, 

Horace Tyler, captain; Horace P. Mitchell, lieutenant; Thomas 
\\ akefield, ensign. 

John E. Sykes, captain; Alpheus H. Hinds, lieutenant; Joseph 
Jaquith, ensign. 

Abner Baker, juniqr, captain: George C. Sherman, lieutenant; 
Isaac H. Bronson, ensign. 

Fourth brigade of infantry: 

Timothy G. Seward, paymaster. 

Fifty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Benjamin Wright, colonel, vice Ackley, promoted; Charles Hol- 
lister, lieutenant colonel, vice Wright, promoted; Henry King, 
major, vice Hollister, promoted; Daniel Merrill, quartermaster, vice 
Earl, moved; Joseph Allen, paymaster, vice Wood, promoted. 

Silas Lyman, captain, vice Gleson, resigned; Waikman Johnson, 
lieutenant, vice Lyman, promoted; Edwin Risley, ensign, vice John- 
son, promoted. 

Theodore Dickinson, captain, vice Otis, resigned; David Sturde- 
vant, lieutenant, vice Dickinson, promoted; Alexander Wilson, 
ensign, vice Bullock, resigned. 

John Earl, captain, vice Harter, moved; Ira Cooper, lieutenant, 
vice Smith, in states prison: Absalom Cowles, ensign, vice Earl, 
promoted. 

Levi Standley, captain, vice Barber, resigned; Elijah Grant, lieu- 
tenant, vice Standley, promoted; Roger Washburn, ensign, vice 
Grant, promoted. 

Benjamin Carpenter, captain, vice Danby, resigned; Harvey Crit- 
tenden, lieutenant, vice Carpenter, promoted; Walter Farman, 
ensign: Jacob Emerson, lieutenant, vice Towsley; John Levins, 
ensign. 



State Historian. 2409 

Battalion of infantry commanded by Major Amos Judd: 
William Martin, captain, vice Hunt, moved; Hiram Ormsbury, 
lieutenant; Gideon Rogers, ensign; Daniel Briggs, lieutenant; 
Simeon Guthrie, ensign; Gideon S. Sacket, lieutenant; John Bor- 
land, ensign. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Ninety-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Ensigns — Robert Schuyler, vice Betts, promoted; Gerard W. Mor- 
ris, vice Munro, promoted; James Roosevelt, vice Pierson, pro- 
moted; George W. Giles; Henry A. V. Post. 

One Hundred and Twenty-fifth regiment of infantry : 

Robert J. Cheesebrough, captain, vice Winter, resigned; Thomas 
Wells, lieutenant, vice Cheesebrough, promoted. 

Ensigns — William Mitchel, with rank from November 10, 1820; 
Arthur Bronson; George W. Winter. 

One Hundred and Ninety-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Elijah Mead, surgeon. 

Lieutenants — Daniel Winne, Frederick Lockwood, William S. 
Sears, Abraham A. Brinckerhoff. 

Ensigns — Edward B. Gould, Uriah Hendricks. 

Tenth regiment of infantry : 

Captains — John Lloyd, vice Smith, aid to general; Medad Piatt, 
vice Tucker, resigned; Edward B. Tylee, vice A. Tucker, resigned; 
Albert Woodhull, vice Carpenter, resigned. 

Lieutenants — William Dumont, vice Lloyd, promoted; John 
Brunn, vice Piatt, promoted; John L. Gardiner, vice Tylee, pro- 
moted; Oliver M. Lownds, vice Woodhull, promoted. 

Ensigns — Noah Bartlett, vice Atterbury, promoted; Charles Del 
Vechio, vice Smith, promoted; Spafford H. Davis, vice Holly, pro- 
moted; Abraham H. Van Wyck, vice Dumont, promoted; Henry 



1822. 



2410 Annual Report of the 

Mactier, vice Brunn, promoted; Richard Ely, vice Gardiner, pro- 
moted; Benjamin S. Rowland, vice Lownds, promoted. 

Fifty-first regiment of infantry: 

Captains — Burr Wakeman, vice Goodwin, resigned; Edmund P. 
Gallagher, vice Ross, paymaster. 

Lieutenants — Robert Mcjimsey, vice Wakeman, promoted; Hunn 
C. Beach, vice Gallagher, promoted. 

Thomas McKie, ensign, vice Mcjimsey, promoted. 

STEUBEN COUNTY. 

Lieutenant Colonel Simeon Bacon's battalion of infantry: 
Charles Oliver, captain; Talmon Brown, lieutenant; Alvan Rob- 
bins, ensign. 

Caleb W. Gray, captain, vice Rathbun, moved. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fifty-second regiment of infantry: 

Henry Lewis, major, vice Armstrong, resigned; Albert Gallup, 
adjutant, vice D. Gallup, resigned; Zebulon Holdridge, paymaster, 
vice Filkins, resigned. 

Captains — Elijah Cheesbro (of light infantry), vice Lewis, pro- 
moted; Jacob H. Saddlemyer, vice P. Cheesbro, resigned; Stephen 
II. Doty, vice Simpkins, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Nicholas Osterhoudt, vice Cheesbro, promoted; 
William ( Mop, vice Saddlemyer, promoted; William J. Wright, vice 
Doty, promoted; Azor Taber, vice Branch (William Bronk, Brunk), 
resigned. 

Ensigns — John Wells, vice Ousterhoudt, promoted; John Cornell, 
junior, vice ( )rlop, promoted; Solomon Palmer, vice Wright, pro- 
moted: John Dearstine, vice Taber, promoted. 



State Historian. 241 i 

Twenty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Peter Hess, colonel, vice Sackett, deceased; Bethuel Reeve, lieu- 
tenant colonel, vice Mackey, resigned; Benjamin E. Mackey, major, 
vice Pinney, resigned. 

Captains — Joseph Sisson, vice Hess, promoted; George Ben, 
junior, vice Reeve, promoted; Daniel Mackey, vice B. E. Mackey, 
promoted; Franklin Foster; Alpheus Dwight, vice Mulford, 
resigned. 

Lieutenants — Isaac Copeland, vice Mackey, promoted; Daniel 
Spencer, vice Rosekrans, resigned; George Smith, vice Stevenson, 
moved; Thomas Sanford, vice Sisson, promoted; Benjamin Franklin 
Durant, vice Ben, promoted. 

Ensigns — John Ogden, junior; Leonard Brandt, vice Copeland, 
promoted; Jedediah Martin, vice Foster, promoted; John T. Conk- 
lin, vice Smith, promoted. 

LIVINGSTON, ONTARIO AND MONROE COUNTIES. 

A new regiment of riflemen organized from the battalion com- 
manded by Major William Bacon and to be denominated the First 
regiment of riflemen: 

LIVINGSTON COUNTY. 

William Bacon, colonel. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Jeremiah B. Parrish, lieutenant colonel. 

LIVINGSTON COUNTY. 

James Cowles, major, vice Bacon, promoted; Justin Smith, sur- 
geon; Phineas B. Rayer, surgeon's mate. 

Chauncey Goodrich, captain, vice Cowles, promoted; Jehiel Davis, 
lieutenant, vice Goodrich, promoted; Warren Cummins, ensign. 



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1822. 



2412 Annual Report of the 

monroe county. 
Henry Lyon, captain, vice Case, resigned; Archibald Green, lieu- 
tenant, vice Ford, moved; Benjamin Case, ensign, vice Lyon, pro- 
moted; Asahel W. Riley, ensign. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Pardon T. Brownell, captain, vice Parrish, promoted; John L. 
Clark, lieutenant, vice Brownell, promoted; Amasa S. Tifts, ensign. 

Jonathan Adams, captain, vice Coleman, resigned; Oliver Strong, 
lieutenant, vice Adams, promoted; William Adams, ensign, vice 
Strong, promoted. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Tenth division of infantry: 

John McLean, junior, quartermaster, vice Sackrider, resigned; 
Thomas A. Sherwood, paymaster, vice McLean, quartermaster. 

One Hundred and Fifty-fourth regiment of infantry: 

Elnathan Benjamin, captain; John Jones, lieutenant; Nathaniel 
Brewster, ensign. 

DUTCHESS COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Twenty-seventh regiment of infantry; 
Riflemen — Henry Ward, captain; Uriah Gregory, lieutenant; 
Peter Herd, ensign. 

SCHENECTADY COUNTY. 

Major Elisha Taylor's battalion of horse artillery: 

John McKee, first lieutenant, vice Yeeder, promoted; Edward 

Yates, second lieutenant, vice McKee, promoted; John C. Powell, 

cornet, vice Yates, promoted. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Fifth regiment of artillery: 

David Chambers, first lieutenant, vice McCall, disabled; Charles 
II. Williams, second lieutenant. 



State Historian. 2413 

Samuel S. Treat, surgeon, vice James, moved; James P. Boyd, 
surgeon's mate, vice Treat, promoted. 

John Koon, captain; Horatio Merchant, first lieutenant; George 
R. Hendrickson, second lieutenant; Aaron Becker, second 
lieutenant. 

Major Henry A. Williams' battalion of riflemen: 

Richard J. Treat, adjutant; William R. Hills, quartermaster; John 
W. Chapman, paymaster; William B. Lacy, chaplain; Barent P. 
Staats, surgeon. 

Augustus Cuyler, captain; Samuel Pruyn, lieutenant; William 
Seymour, ensign; Archibald Robertson, lieutenant, vice Chapman, 
paymaster; Andrew H. DeWitt, ensign. 

SCHOHARIE COUNTY. 

Ninth regiment of cavalry: 

Thomas P. Danforth, lieutenant colonel, vice Downs, cashiered. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Adam H. Hager, paymaster, vice Roof, moved. 

Augustus Diefendorf, captain, vice Van Alstyne; George 
Spreaker, first lieutenant, vice Diefendorf, promoted; John A. Ehle, 
second lieutenant; Elijah Elliot, cornet. 

Nathaniel Steele, junior, second lieutenant, vice Dewey, declined; 
Alfred Phelps, cornet, vice Steele, promoted. 

Harmon J. Quackenboss, second lieutenant, vice Graves, resigned; 
Charles Leet, cornet, vice Quackenboss, promoted. 

Dudley Wright, first lieutenant, vice Rob (James Job), moved; 
Barent Stryker, junior, second lieutenant, vice Wright, promoted; 
Daniel Wright, cornet, vice Stryker, promoted. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Thirty-fourth regiment of infantry: 
William R. Miller, major; William A. Hinman, paymaster. 



1822. 



1822. 



2414 Annual Report of the 

David Babcock, junior, captain, vice Miller, promoted; Gideon 
Northrop, lieutenant, vice Benson, resigned; Milton Dyer, ensign, 
vice Babcock, promoted; Eli Savage, lieutenant, vice Goodrich, 
resigned. 

Comfort Butler, captain, vice Stafford, resigned; Adam Bowman, 
lieutenant, vice Butler, promoted; Lewis Morrell, ensign, vice Bow- 
man, promoted. 

Lorenzo Graham, lieutenant, vice Ring, resigned; Horace Chat- 
field, ensign, vice Graham, promoted. 

Nathaniel Crossman, junior, captain, vice Pratt, resigned; Whelor 
Odle (Wheeler Odell), lieutenant, vice Crossman, promoted. 

B. Bleecker Lansing, captain; Thomas M. Francis, lieutenant; 
John J. Hinman, ensign; Allen S. Sweet, ensign. 

Thirteenth brigade of infantry: 

Eli Savage, paymaster; Andrew Morrell, quartermaster, vice 
Rowe, promoted 

Seventy-second regiment of infantry: 

Robert Potter, lieutenant colonel, vice Brooks, resigned; Joseph 
Hamlin, major, vice Durry, resigned; George J. Fowler, quarter- 
master, vice Mitchel, resigned. 

Stephen Brooks, junior, captain, vice Potter, promoted; Charles S. 
Brooks, lieutenant, vice S. Brooks, promoted; Jona G. Brooks, 
ensign, vice S. Brooks, promoted. 

Timothy Jackson, captain, vice Benedict, resigned; Matthew 
Buck', lieutenant, vice Jackson, promoted; Ebenezer Wheeler, 
junior ensign. 

Aaron White, captain, vice Hamlin, promoted; Nathaniel Ward, 
lieutenant, vice White, promoted; Isaac Candy, ensign, vice Ward, 
promoted. 

Daniel Schermerhorn, captain, with rank from February 17, 1820; 



State Historian. 2415 

David Biddlecom, lieutenant, viee King, resigned; Peter Forbush, 
ensign, vice Biddlecom, promoted. 

David R. How, captain, vice McDaniel, resigned; Calvin Storrs, 
lieutenant, vice How, promoted; .Gardiner Sherman, ensign, vice 
Storrs, promoted; Wightman Morgan, ensign, vice Fowler, pro- 
moted; Liester N. Fowler, ensign of light infantry, with rank from 
March 17, 1821. 

One Hundred and Fifty-seventh regiment of infantry: 

Benjamin P. Johnson, adjutant, vice Hyde, resigned; David Mar- 
tin, quartermaster, vice Johnson, promoted; Havaliah Eames, pay- 
master, vice Martin, promoted. 

Beriah Allen, captain, vice Hamlin, declined; David Raynsford, 
lieutenant, vice Allen, promoted; John Farquaharson, ensign, vice 
Swan, moved; Ira Brewster, ensign, vice Wright, moved. 

David Prince, lieutenant, vice Bailey, moved; George G. Spencer, 
ensign, vice Prince, promoted. 

Twentieth regiment of infantry: 

Samuel Comstock, colonel, vice Hotchkiss, resigned; Lester 
Barker, lieutenant colonel, vice Comstock, promoted; Leander 
Gridley, major, vice Barker, promoted; William H. Hubbard, quar- 
termaster, vice Herrick, promoted; Chauncey Hotchkiss, paymaster, 
vice Sherwood, resigned. 

Zenos McEwen, captain, vice Gridley, promoted; Norman Grid- 
ley, lieutenant, vice McEwen, promoted; Ephraim Foot, ensign, vice 
Gridley, promoted. 

Captains — Anson Hubbard, vice Bajcon, resigned; Daniel Petti- 
bone, vice King, promoted; Elijah Wilson, vice Luce, resigned; 
William T. Gregg, vice Smith, resigned. 

Lieutenants — Solomon Risley, vice Flubbard, promoted; Stephen 
Bingham, junior, vice Pettibone, promoted; Marcus Jewel, vice Mer- 
ril, resigned; Russel Knox, vice Gregg, promoted. 



1822. 



1822. 



2416 Annual Report of the 

Ensigns — Cornelius Strong, vice Risley, promoted; Sylvester P. 
Herrick, vice Bingham, promoted; Charles Granger, vice Wilson, 
promoted; Isaac Sellick, vice Fowler, moved; David Barton, vice 
Hart, moved; Henry L. Hawley, vice Knox, promoted; Samuel L. 
Hubbard, vice W. H. Hubbard, promoted; Urbain Butler, vice Cur- 
tis, moved. 

One Hundred and Fortieth regiment of infantry: 

Henry Gurley, quartermaster. 

Zabena Luce, captain, vice Fosket, resigned; Stephen Chapman, 
lieutenant: Aaron B. Bligh, ensign. 

Reuben Tower, captain; Benjamin Southwick, lieutenant; Horace 
Bigalow, ensign; John Southworth, ensign. 

Thirteenth division of infantry : 

Nicholas Smith, quartermaster, vice Hinman. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

Twenty-fourth brigade of infantry: 

Thomas Rogers, brigadier general, vice White, resigned. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Forty-fifth regiment of infantry: 

Jeremiah Williams, captain, vice Graft", moved; Stephen L. Sher- 
wood, lieutenant, vice Williams, promoted; Jacob A. Snyder, ensign, 
vice Sherwood, promoted. 

Jacob Van Denburgh, captain; John F. Pruyn, lieutenant; Isaac 
Van Vechten, ensign. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Battalion of riflemen commanded by Major Daniel B. Parsons: 
John G. Curtis, second, major, vice Morris, resigned; Wolcott 
Skidmore, adjutant: Erastus Berry, paymaster. 

Captains — Lewis Pierce, vice J. O. Pierce, resigned; Ira Richard- 
son, vice Turner, resigned; David Bennet, vice Curtis, promoted. 



State Historian. 2417 

1822. 

First lieutenants — William Nichols, vice Gragg, resigned; Nathan 
B. Brooks, vice Curtis, resigned; Dennis Heffrin, vice Richardson, 
promoted; James Finn, vice Pierce, promoted; Abiathcr Gates, 
junior, vice Bennet, promoted. 

Second lieutenants — Francis N. Baker, vice Nichols, promoted; 
Nathaniel Forster, vice Heffrin, promoted; Samuel R. Sherril, vice 
Finn, promoted; Silas Hopkins, vice Gates, promoted; Reuben Par- 
sons, vice Brooks, promoted. 

Ensigns — John M. Messinger; Royal Richardson; Ethan H. Gil- 
bert, vice Sherril, promoted; Ezekiel Brown, vice Hopkins, pro- 
moted; Isaac Coe, junior, vice Brown, resigned. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Third brigade of artillery: 

John M. Cuyler, paymaster, vice Robinson, declining. 

OTSEGO COUNTY. 

Twelfth regiment of artillery: 
Ralph Jourdan, second lieutenant. 

SCHOHARIE COUNTY. 

First regiment of artillery: 

William Deitz, colonel, vice DeGroff, resigned; John S. Vedder, 
lieutenant colonel, vice Deitz, promoted; Charles Lane, major, vice 
Vedder, promoted. 

Joseph Manchester, captain, vice Sternbergh, resigned; George 
W. Tippets, first lieutenant, vice Manchester, promoted; David 
Berck, second lieutenant, vice Tippets, promoted. 

SARATOGA COUNTY. 

Isaac Cutler, captain, vice Howe, resigned; John Cutler, first lieu- 
tenant, vice I. Cutler, promoted; Waterman Kingsly, second lieu- 
tenant, vice Cutler, promoted. 
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1822. 



2418 Annual Report of the 

Nathaniel Rider, captain, vice Pahnerton, moved; William Prime, 
first lieutenant, vice Palmerton, moved; Andrew Evans, junior, 
second lieutenant, vice Prime, promoted. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Duelly Spalding, first lieutenant, vice L. Shuler, moved; Francis 
H. Van Buren, second lieutenant, vice W. Shuler, moved. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

Sixth regiment of artillery: 

Henry F. Bayeux, captain; Francis V. Yvonnet, first lieutenant; 
George M. Selden, second lieutenant. 

Henry R. Bristol, captain; William Dusenbury, first lieutenant; 
Abraham Coons, second lieutenant. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Elijah Gray, captain, vice McMillan, resigned; John Simpson, 
first lieutenant; Henry Ham, second lieutenant. 

Timothy X. Allen, captain; Daniel McConnelly, first lieutenant; 
John Crocker, second lieutenant. 

Elisha Xorton, captain; James Tanner, first lieutenant; James 
Ashley, second lieutenant. 

WARREN COUNTY. 

James I. Cameron, captain; Richardson Thurman, first lieutenant; 
William Davis, second lieutenant. 

COLUMBIA COUNTY. 

Aramont Acklcy, captain; John Cross, first lieutenant; Solomon 
Platuer, second lieutenant. 

Adam J. Strebel, captain, vice Conklin; Adam A. Hysrot, first 
lieutenant, vice Strebel, promoted. 



State Historian. 2419 

orange county. 

Tenth regiment of artillery: 

Ebenezer Howel, captain, vice Wood, resigned; Edward S. Mad- 
den, first lieutenant; vice Wheeler, deceased; Richard Graham, 
second lieutenant; Moses Comfort, second lieutenant. 

BROOME COUNTY. 

A new regiment set off from the Sixteenth regiment of artillery, 
and denominated the Twentieth regiment of artillery: 

Mason Wattles, colonel; James Squires, lieutenant colonel; Henry 
Squire, adjutant; Henry W. Green, paymaster; James B. Church, 
quartermaster. 

Captains — Ebenezer Whitney, vice J. Squires, promoted; Cardon 
Jackson, vice Wattles, promoted. 

First lieutenants — Andrew Shaw, vice J. Shaw, promoted; John 
C. Whitman; Abraham Rogers. 

Second lieutenants — Augustus Morgan, vice Whitney, promoted; 
Enos Cowrey; William Church. 

CHENANGO COUNTY. 

Sixteenth regiment of artillery : 

Abel Cook, adjutant, vice Riggs, promoted; Loring Fenton, 
quartermaster, vice Rathbon, promoted; Erastus Perkins, paymas- 
ter, vice Sanford, promoted. 

John F. Hubbard, captain, vice Harris, declining; Stephen Bar- 
tholomew, first lieutenant, vice Bustolph, declining; Erastus Per- 
kins, second lieutenant, vice Hubbard, promoted. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

Eighth regiment of artillery: 

Joseph Lincoln, colonel; John Powel, quartermaster, vice Robi- 
son, promoted. 



1822. 



1822. 



2420 Annual Report of the 

Henry Sanger, first lieutenant. 

Russell Fuller, captain; Elisha Backus, first lieutenant, vice Fuller, 
promoted; Robert Wells, second lieutenant. 
Amos Robison, captain. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY. 

A new regiment organized from the battalion commanded by 
Major Elisha Camp, and denominated the Twenty-first regiment of 
artillery: 

Elisha Camp, colonel; Elisha Baker, lieutenant colonel; Lyman 
Munson, major; Hooker Dorchester, adjutant; James Adams, quar- 
termaster; Samuel Guthrie, surgeon; Ichabod Fairlie, surgeon's 
mate; Joseph Kimball, paymaster. 

Elbridge G. Potter, captain, vice Camp, promoted; Thomas Chap- 
man, first lieutenant, vice Allen, resigned; Joseph Abbey, second 
lieutenant, vice Phelps, resigned. 

Thomas Y. Main, captain; John Cole, first lieutenant; Herman 
Blanchard, second lieutenant; Nathan Wright, first lieutenant, vice 
Tisdale, declined; William Sill, second lieutenant. 

MADISON AND ONONDAGA COUNTIES. 

Fifteenth regiment of artillery: 

Daniel C. Hopkins, chaplain; Ellis Morse, adjutant; Roswell 
Thompson, quartermaster; Morris Germain, surgeon's mate. 

Thomas Rose, captain; William Barker, first lieutenant, vice 
Campbell, resigned; Isaac N. Loomis, second lieutenant, vice 
Barker, promoted. 

Sheldon Graves, captain, vice Lewis, declining; Thomas Moseley, 
first lieutenant, vice Graves, promoted; Giarles Williams, second 
lieutenant. 

Marshell Downing, first lieutenant, vice Blv, moved; James Burt, 
second lieutenant, vice Downing, promoted. 



State Historian. 2421 

1822. 
Gideon Wright, captain, vice Chapman, resigned; Enoch Barker, 
first lieutenant, vice Wright, promoted; Solomon Merrill, second 

lieutenant. 

David Barker, captain, vice Outhout, moved; Walter Collins, first 
lieutenant, vice Barker, promoted. 

SARATOGA COUNTY. 

Sixty-third regiment of infantry: 

Thomas J. Collins, captain, vice Thompson, promoted; Samuel 
Lewis, junior, lieutenant, vice Collins, promoted; James P. Cramer, 
ensign. 

TOMPKINS COUNTY. 

Eighteenth regiment of artillery: 

William Woodbury, second lieutenant; Ebenezer Vickery, second 
lieutenant. 

CORTLAND COUNTY. 

Twentieth regiment of artillery- 
Chester Boice, first lieutenant. 

ALLEGANY COUNTY. 

Seventh regiment of artillery: 

Amos Thatcher, captain; Chauncey Cotten, first lieutenant; 
Simeon Heath, second lieutenant. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

Seventeenth regiment of artillery: 

Harvey Clark, first lieutenant; Job Congden, second lieutenant. 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

Seventh regiment of artillery: 

Henry Hill, first lieutenant; Elijah Vincent, second lieutenant. 
Phelps Smith, captain; Warham Whitney, first lieutenant; Isaiah 
Brown, second lieutenant. 



2^22 Annual Report of the 

1822. 

OXTARIO COUNTY. 

Nineteenth regiment of artillery: 

George Goundry, colonel; William Lilly, lieutenant colonel; David 
McNeall, major. 

John Barnes, junior, second lieutenant. 

Solomon St. John, captain: Jehiel F. Axtel, first lieutenant; Jacob 
F. Lummis, second lieutenant. 

James P. Bartle, captain; Joel Stearns, junior, first lieutenant; 
John Woodhull, second lieutenant. 

SENECA COUNTY. 

Eighteenth regiment of artillery: 

John L. Hughes, first lieutenant; Sherman Ferris, second lieu- 
tenant. 

TIOGA COUNTY. 

Horace Giles, captain; Jesse Barns, first lieutenant; Samuel Vose, 
second lieutenant. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

Thirteenth regiment of artillery: 

Jacob Wilder, captain; Jesse Jennings, first lieutenant; Berney 
Forman, second lieutenant. 

SUFFOLK COUNTY. 

Albert Goldsmith, captain; Silas Webb, first lieutenant; Asahel 
Palmer, second lieutenant. 

Samuel Davis, captain; Caleb Kinner, first lieutenant; Sineus C. 
Miller, second lieutenant. 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

Third regiment of artillery: 

Benjamin Hart, quartermaster, vice Coddington, resigned. 

Eleventh regiment of artillery: 

Frastus Goodwin, captain, vice Hyslop, resigned; B. F. J. Gautier, 



State Historian-. 2423 

second lieutenant; Philander Hanford, paymaster, vice Curtis, 
resigned. 

Second regiment of artillery: 

William Coventry H. Waddle, adjutant. 

John P. Cooke, captain, vice Todd, resigned. 

CORTLAND COUNTY. 

Twentieth regiment of artillery: 

Charles McKnight, captain; John Pierce, first lieutenant; Zopher 
Wicks, second lieutenant. 

TOMPKINS COUNTY. 

A new company of horse artillery in Tompkins county: 
Peter Himrod, captain; John Brown, first lieutenant; Moses 
Tompkins, second lieutenant; James Bodle, cornet. 

CHENANGO COUNTY. 

New battalion of horse artillery organized in the county of 
Chenango : 

Harry DeForest, major commandant; George Remington, adju- 
tant; Bela Tracy, paymaster; John Pike, quartermaster. 

Rouse Clark, captain, vice DeForest, promoted; Sylvester Walker, 
first lieutenant, vice (Asa) Calkins, resigned, and Clark, promoted; 
William B. Smith, second lieutenant, vice Walker, promoted; Jere- 
miah Holt, cornet. 

MADISON COUNTY. 

Battalion of horse artillery in the county of Madison, lately com- 
manded by Major Levi Love: 

David Beecher, major commandant, vice Love, resigned; Ruther- 
ford Barker, second major; Truman Stafford, adjutant; Almiren 
House, quartermaster. 

Oren McClure, captain; Uriah Leland, first lieutenant; Marsena 
Collister, second lieutenant; Solomon Root, junior, cornet. 



1822. 



1822. 



2424 Annual Report of the 

dutchess county. 

A company of horse artillery in the county of Dutchess com- 
manded by Captain Peter Van Wyck : 

Jacob Horton, first lieutenant; John C. Storm, second lieutenant; 
William A'. Storm, cornet. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 

Second regiment of horse artillery: 

Anthony Miller, captain; Isaac Haff, first lieutenant; John Lent, 
second lieutenant; Ambrose Cocks, cornet. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Eighty-ninth regiment of infantry: 

Richard Yarick DeWitt, captain; John Bleecker Van Schaick, 
ensign. 

CHENANGO COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Thirty-third regiment of infantry: 
Silas Reed, captain, vice Birdsall, moved; Aaron Carter, lieuten- 
ant, vice Reed, promoted; John Forbes, ensign, vice Carter, pro- 
moted. 

GENESEE COUNTY. 

A new brigade of cavalry organized from part of the first brigade, 
and denominated the fourth brigade of cavalry: 

Ephraim Towner, brigadier general; Simeon Cummings, brigade 
major and inspector; Jacob A. Barker, quartermaster; Ebenezer 
Walden, paymaster. 

Sixteenth regiment of cavalry: 

Joseph Wilder, colonel; Elias H. Parmele, lieutenant colonel; 
Stephen Grant, paymaster; Simeon R. Glazier, major; Israel Rath- 
bun, adjutant. 

James Stickney, first lieutenant; Adolphus Simons, second lieu- 
tenant: Asa Williams, cornet. 



State Historian-. 2425 

Samuel W. Curtiss, captain; Julius Whitlock, first lieutenant; 
Calvin Rumsey, second lieutenant; Nye Stephens, cornet; Reuben 
Cheney, second lieutenant; Elda Curtiss, cornet. 

William White, captain; Elisha Stanley, first lieutenant; Daniel 
K. Widner, second lieutenant. 

George W. Lay, captain; William H. Rumsey, first lieutenant; 
Nahum Loring, second lieutenant; Cornelius J. Lincoln, cornet. 

Erastus Crosby, captain; Selvy Kidder, first lieutenant; David 
Scott, second lieutenant. 

A new regiment organized to be denominated the Seventeenth 
regiment of cavalry: 

Stephen K. Grosvenor, colonel; David S. Conkey, lieutenant 
colonel; Lucius Storrs, major; Josiah Trowbridge, surgeon; Luther 
Spalding, surgeon's mate; John Hutchinson, adjutant; Marcus 
McNeal, paymaster; Harry Abbott, quartermaster. 

Nathaniel Vosburgh, captain; Henry Smith, first lieutenant; 
Stephen W. Standard, second lieutenant; Joseph Black, cornet. 

Sylvanus Marvin, captain; Foster Young, first lieutenant; Wil- 
liams Holt, second lieutenant; Sylvester Matthews, cornet. 

James M. Christopher, first lieutenant; Christopher L. Taylor, 
second lieutenant; Francis Brown, cornet. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Fifth division of infantry : 

Leonard Smith, major general, vice Isaac Belknap, who is hereby 
superseded. 

Thirty-fourth brigade of infantry: 

John Jansen, brigadier general, vice Chauncey Belknap, who is 
hereby superseded. 

ONEIDA COUNTY. 

First brigade of cavalry: 

James Lynch, brigadier general, vice Matthews, resigned. 



1822. 



2426 Annual Report of the 

1S22. . 

NEW YORK COUNTY. 

In the militia of this state: 

Israel Purdy, brigadier general of infantry. 

STEUBEN COUNTY.. 

First brigade of infantry: 

Timothy Hurd, brigadier general, vice Cruger, resigned. 

COLUMBIA COUNTY. 

Eighth division of infantry: 

Peter J. Hoes, inspector, vice James Vanderpoel, who is hereby- 
superseded. 

ONTARIO COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Third regiment of infantry: 
Israel Arnold, colonel, vice William Cornwell, junior, who is 
hereby superseded. 
Co 3 s22- . First regiment of riflemen: 

September & 

14. 

Amasa S. Tint, ensign, heretofore appointed by mistake by the 
name of Amasa S. Tifts, with rank from March 16, 1822. 

RENSSELAER COUNTY. 

In a company of light infantry in the Forty-fifth regiment of 
infantry: 

John H. Flaynes, captain; George B. Wyllis, lieutenant; Luther 
Houghton, ensign. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fifty-sixth regiment of infantry: 
Jabez C. Buck, captain; Job Wright, lieutenant; Robert R. Tag- 
gett, ensign. 

CAYUGA AND TOMPKINS COUNTIES. 

Whereas, a new regiment of riflemen hath been organized by an 
order dated September 2, 1822, composed of the counties of Cayuga, 
and Tompkins, and designated as the Second regiment of riflemen — 
Resolved, that the following appointments be made therein: 



State Historian. 2427 

cayuga county. 

Second regiment of riflemen: 

John Richardson, colonel; Phinehas Hurd, lieutenant colonel; 
William Hanse (Hance), major; Josiah Jenkins, adjutant; Asahel M. 
Bennett, surgeon; Dyer Foot, surgeon's mate; Silas Cook, paymas- 
ter; Timothy Olcott, quartermaster. 

Andrew Millekin (Milligan), lieutenant in Captain Cook's com- 
pany; Alvin Kingsley, ensign in do. 

Arza King, captain, vice Robins (John Robbins), resigned; Mar- 
tial Hurd, lieutenant, vice D. Hurd, moved away; Joseph Pettit, 
ensign. 

John Neil, captain, vice Allen, moved away; Elias Allen, lieuten- 
ant; Joel Benjamin, ensign. 

John C. Egbert, captain, vice Hanse, promoted; Henry Houpt, 
lieutenant; Benjamin C. Pierce, ensign. 

OWEGO* (TIOGA COUNTY). 

Two Hundred and First regiment of infantry: 
Jedediah Bump, captain; Elias Jones, ensign. 
In Colonel Shoemaker's regiment of cavalry: 
Harman Pumpelly, captain; John Coryell, first lieutenant; Augus- 
tus P. Newell, second lieutenant; Rufus Stanley, cornet. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

One Hundred and Fiftieth regiment of infantry: 
Captains — David Russell, Christopher Batterman. 
One Hundred and Tenth regiment of infantry : 
Benjamin Chamberlain, captain; John Ruffer, lieutenant; Peter 
Hogan, junior, ensign. 

Tobias T. E. Waldron, captain, vice Mull, resigned. 

* This regiment was organized March 16, 1822, as of Broome county. The town of 
Owego was annexed to Tioga county March 21, 1822. — State Historian. 



1822. 



2428 Annual Report of the 

1822. 

PUTNAM AND DUTCHESS COUNTIES. 

1S22. Seventh division of infantrv (thirtieth brigade): 

September J ° ' 

1 fi 

Abraham Van Wyck, brigadier general, vice Vandenburgh, re- 
signed. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Fifth regiment of artillery: 

Francis J. Bradt, captain, with rank from March 1, 1822. 
One Hundred and Tenth regiment of infantry: 
James Parish, quartermaster. 

Samuel Haines, lieutenant; Robert Scott, ensign; Peter Ten Eyck, 
ensign. 

DELAWARE COUNTY. 

Seventieth regiment of infantry: 

Stephen Hull, captain; Abraham T. Schriver, lieutenant; George 
Thompson, ensign. 

Medad Jackson, captain; Fitch Ford, lieutenant; Wakeman Hull, 
ensign. 

ALBANY COUNTY. 

Battalion of artillery commanded by Major James Gibbons, junior: 
Patrick Clark, captain, vice Albright, resigned; Abraham J. La- 
Grange, second lieutenant in the artillery. 



Here ended all military (as well as civil) appointments under a 

Council of Appointment, that Council being abolished by the new 

Constitution. 

J. V. N. Yates, Secretary of State. 

By the Constitution of this State, adopted in convention the 10th 
day of March, 1821, and subsequently ratified by the people, the 
powers of the Council of Appointment ceased on the 31st day of 
December, 1822. 



State Historian. 2429 

MILITARY COMMISSIONS ISSUED BY GOVERNORS 
JOHN JAY, GEORGE CLINTON, MORGAN LEWIS, 
DANIEL D. TOMPKINS AND DEVVITT CLINTON. 



[From the Records of the County Clerk's office, Albany counly- 
with the cooperation of Wheeler B. Melius, esquire.] 



ALBANY COUNTY COMMISSIONS— JOHN JAY, 

GOVERNOR. 

Jellis Fonda, First Major of the Regiment of Militia; Jellis A. 
Fonda, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 9th April, 1796. 

Dirck C. Groat, Captain of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; Stephen Van Rensselaer, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 25th 
March, 1797. 

Cornelius Scott, Ensign of a Company in the Battalion of Militia; 
William North, Major; of date 25th March, 1797. 

Ephraim Snyder, Ensign of a Company of Light Infantry in the 
Regiment of Militia; Jacob Hochstrasser, Lieutenant Colonel; of 
date 6th April, 1798. 

Frederick D. Van Patten, Captain of a Company in the Regiment 
of Militia; Jellis A. Fonda, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 6th April, 
1798. 

Alexander McMichael, Second Major of the Regiment of Militia; 
Jellis A. Fonda, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 6th April, 1798. 

Lewis Barheyst, Lieutenant of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; Jellis A. Fonda, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 6th April, 1798. 

Ebenezer Jackson, Lieutenant of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; Jacob Hochstrasser, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 6th April, 
1798. 



2430 Annual Report of the 

John G. Wasson, Paymaster of the Battalion of Militia; James C. 
Duane, Major; of date 18th April, 1800. 

GEORGE CLINTON, GOVERNOR. 

Henry J. Bleecker, Lieutenant of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; John H. Wendell, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 4th March, 
1802. 

Myndert Merselis, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia: John H. Wendell, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 4th March, 
1802. 

Andrew McCarty, Second Major of the Regiment of Militia; 
John T. Van Dalfsen, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 10th March, 1803. 

John T. Wendell, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of 

Militia; Gerrit W. Van Schaick, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 2d 

April, 1804. 

MORGAN LEWIS, GOVERNOR. 

James J. Van Eps, Lieutenant of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; Jacob Swits, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 8th April, 1805. 

John Tullock, Ensign of a Company in the Battalion of Militia; 
Prince Doty, Major; of date 8th April, 1805. 

Stephen Griffith, Ensign of a Company in the Battalion of Militia; 
Prince Doty, Major; of date 8th April, 1805. 

William Herrick, Lieutenant of a Company in the Battalion of 
Militia; Prince Doty, Major; of date 8th April, 1805. 

James Borland, Lieutenant of a Company in the Battalion of 
Militia; Prince Doty, Major; of date 8th April, 1805. 

John McCollum, Lieutenant of a Company in the Battalion of 
Militia; Prince Doty, Major; of date 8th April, 1805. 

Frederick Cady, Lieutenant of a Company in the Battalion of 
Militia; Prince Doty, Major; of date 8th April, 1805. 

Abraham Conklin, Paymaster of the Battalion of Militia; Prince 
Doty, Major; of date 8th April, 1805. 



State Historian. 2431 

Jellis J. Winne, Paymaster of the Regiment of Militia; Gerrit W. 
Van Schaick, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 8th April, 1805. 

Alexander Willson, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; Gerrit W. Van Schaick, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 8th 
April, 1805. 

Abraham Dox, Lieutenant of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; Gerrit W. Van Schaick, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 8th 
April, 1805. 

Philip Ramsay, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of Militia; 
Lawrence Schoolcraft, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 8th April, 1805. 

William Sherman, Lieutenant of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; John T. Van Dalfsen, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 8th April, 
1805. 

John Palmer, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of Militia; 
Thomas Farrington, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 8th April,. 1805. 

Jacob Lansing, Junior, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; Gerrit W. Van Schaick, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 8th 
April, 1805. 

Jacob Morgan, Captain of a Company in the Regiment of Militia; 
Johan Jost Deitz, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 3d April, 1806. 

Richard Cooke, Adjutant of the Fifth Regiment in the Third 
Brigade of the Artillery of this State; of date 3d April, 1806. 

Eliakim Williams, Paymaster of a Regiment of Militia; Johan Jost 
Deitz, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 3d April, 1806. 

Thomas Holmes, Captain of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; Johan Jost Deitz, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 3d April, 
1806. 

Peter Goewey, Lieutenant of a Company in the Battalion of 
Militia; John V. A. Lansing, Major; of date 3d April, 1806. 

Jellis Winne, Junior, Lieutenant of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; Mathew Trotter, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 3d April, 1806. 



243- Annual Report of the 

Alexander Campbell, Lieutenant of a Company of Light Infantry 
in the Regiment of Militia; Thomas Farrington, Lieutenant Colonel; 
of date 3d April. 1806. 

Joseph Rightor, Lieutenant of a Company in the Battalion of 
Militia; Prince Doty, Major; of date 3d April, 1806. 

Peter Deitz, second, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; Johan Tost Deitz, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 3d April, 1806. 

John Weaver, Ensign of a Company in the Battalion of Militia; 
John V. A. Lansing, Major; of date 3d April, 1806. 

Chester Buckley, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of Militia; 
Mathew Trotter, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 3d April, 1806. 

George Hale, Ensign of a Company in the Battalion of Militia; 
Prince Doty, Major; of date 3d April, 1806. 

Daniel Cheesborough, Lieutenant of a Company in the Regiment 
of Militia; Johan Jost Deitz, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 3d April, 
1806. 

John Fort, Lieutenant of a Company in the Battalion of Militia; 
John V. A. Lansing, Major; of date 3d April, 1806. 

Elisha Janes, Captain of a Company in the Regiment of Militia; 
Lawrence Schoolcraft, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 6th April, 1807. 

Christopher White, Lieutenant of a Company in the Battalion of 
Militia; Prince Doty, Major; of date 6th April, 1807. 

• ieorge Kealy, Lieutenant of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; Jacob Swits, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 6th April, 1807. 

William Campbell, Lieutenant of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; William Mackay, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 6th April, 
1807. 

Thomas Denison, Lieutenant of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; Johan Jost Deitz, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 6th April, 
1807. 



State Historian. 2 433 

Joab Burdick, Lieutenant of a Troop in the Third Squadron of 
the Fourth Division of the Cavalry of our said State; of date 6th 
April, 1807. 

Peter G. Van Wie, Lieutenant of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; Lawrence Schoolcraft, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 6th 
April, 1807. 

John McClure, Captain of a Company in the Battalion of Militia; 
Prince Doty, Major; of date 6th April, 1807. 

John C. Barheydt, Captain of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; Jacob Suits, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 6th April, 1807. 

Silas Boardman, First Major of the Regiment of Militia; William 
Mackay, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 6th April, 1807. 

John Tullock, Captain of a Company in the Battalion of Militia; 
Prince Doty, Major; of date 6th April, 1807. 

William Herrick, Captain of a Company in the Battalion of Militia; 
Prince Doty, Major; of date 6th April, 1807. 

James Boarland, Adjutant of the Battalion of Militia; Prince Doty, 
Major; of date 6th April, 1807. 

George C. Sharpe, Quartermaster of the Regiment of Militia; 
Matthew Trotter, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 6th April, 1807. 

Isaac Janes, Quartermaster of the Regiment of Militia; Johan 
Jost Deitz, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 6th April, 1807. 

Nicholas Houck, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of Militia; 
Lawrence Schoolcraft, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 6th April, 1807. 

Daniel P. Winney, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; Lawrence Schoolcraft, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 6th 
April, 1807. 

William Sill, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of Militia; 
Lawrence Schoolcraft, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 6th April, 1807. 

Henry Rosekrans, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of 

153 



2434 Annual Report of the 

Militia; Johan Jost Deitz, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 6th April, 
1S07. 

James McClare, Ensign of a Company in the Battalion of Militia; 
Prince Doty, Major; of date 6th April, 1807. 

John Chamberlain, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; Jacob Swits, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 6th April, 1807. 

Tunis Tymesen, Ensign of a Company in the Battalion of Militia; 
John V. A. Lansing, Major; of date 6th April, 1807. 

Nicholas Bissett, Ensign of a Company in the Battalion of Militia; 
John V. A. Lansing, Major; of date 6th April, 1807. 

John I. De Graff, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; Jacob Swits, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 6th April, 1807. 

Ezra Lester, First Lieutenant of a Troop in the Third Squadron 
of the Fourth Division of the Cavalry of our said State; of date 6th 
April, 1807. 

Philip Ramsey, Lieutenant of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; Lawrence Schoolcraft, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 6th 
April, 1807. 

Martin Pulver, Lieutenant of a Company in the Battalion of 
Militia; Prince Doty, Major; of date 6th April, 1807. 

Stephen Ward, Lieutenant of a Company in the Battalion of 
Militia; Prince Doty, Major; of date 6th April, 1807. 

DANIEL D. TOMPKINS, GOVERNOR. 

John B. Washburn, Quartermaster of the Regiment of Militia; 
Matthew Trotter. Lieutenant Colonel; of date 4th April, 1808. 

Jacob L. W'inne, Ensign of a Company in the Battalion of Militia; 
John V. A. Lansing, Major; of date 4th April, 1808. 

George Gallup, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of Militia; 
Johan Jost Deitz, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 13th June, 1808. 



State Historian. 2435 

Gilbert Hunt, Lieutenant of a Company in the Battalion of Militia ; 
Silas Marsh, Major; of date 13th June, 1808. 

Tobias H. Ten Eyck, Ensign (to take Rank from 4th April last) of 
a Company in the Regiment of Militia; Jacob Swits, Lieutenant 
Colonel; of date 4th June, 1808. 

Jacob G. Sanders, Ensign (to take Rank from 4th April last) of 
a Company in the Regiment of Militia; Jacob Swits, Lieutenant 
Colonel; of date 4th June, 1808. 

Alexander John Van Eps, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment 
of Militia; Jacob Swits, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 4th April, 1808. 

Minor Hubbel, First Lieutenant of a Troop in the Second Squad- 
ron of the Fourth Division of the Cavalry of our State; of date 13th 
June, 1808. 

Henry Winne, Ensign of a Company in the Battalion of Militia; 
John V. A. Lansing, Major; of date 4th April, 1808. 

Elijah Thomas, Quartermaster of the Regiment of Militia; Mat- 
thew Trotter, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 13th June, 1808. 

David Vermilyea, Lieutenant of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; William Mackey, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 13th June, 
1808. 

Gerrit Wemple, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of Militia; 
Jacob Swits, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 4th April, 1808. 

John T. B. Graham, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; Matthew Trotter, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 23d March, 
1809. 

John Evertson, Lieutenant of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; Matthew Trotter, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 23d March, 
1809. 

Thomas Waugh, Lieutenant of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; John Gallup, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 21st March, 1809. 



2436 Annual Report of the 

James Brown, Ensign of a Company of Light Infantry in the Bat- 
talion of Militia: John V. A. Lansing, Major; of date 31st May, 
1809. 

John Lush, Captain of a Company in the Regiment of Militia; 
Matthew Trotter, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 31st May, 1809. 

Cornelius Van Deusen, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; John Gallup, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 21st March, 1809. 

Justice Boynton, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; John Gallup, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 21st March, 1809. 

Richard Marvin, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of Militia; 
Matthew Trotter, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 31st May, 1809. 

John Townsend, Adjutant of the Regiment of Militia; Matthew 
Trotter, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 31st May, 1809. 

Joseph Lamoreux, Second Lieutenant of a Troop in the Second 
Squadron of the Fourth Regiment of the Cavalry of our said State; 
of date 31st May, 1809. 

John B. Washburn, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; Matthew Trotter, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 12th March, 
1810. 

William Lawrence, Lieutenant of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; William Mackey, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 12th March, 
1810. 

John Wauley, Lieutenant of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia: John Gallup, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 12th March, 1810. 

David Vermilyea, Junior, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment 
of Militia; William Mackey, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 12th March, 
l8lO. 

John Y. Wright, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of Militia; 
William Mackey, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 12th March, 1810. 

Isaac Van Brunt, Ensign of a Company in the Battalion of Militia; 
Silas Marsh, Major; of date 12th March, 1810. 



State Historian. 2437 

Joseph Gague, Junior, Lieutenant of a Company in the Battalion 
of Militia; Silas Marsh, Major; of date 12th March, 1810. 

John Cornel, Ensign of a Company in the Regimenl of Militia; 
John Gallup, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 12th March, 1810. 

Aaron Yau Auken, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; John Gallup, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 12th March, 1810. 

The Reverend David Devoe, Chaplain of a Regiment of Militia; 
John Gallup, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 12th March, 1810. 

Benjamin Humphrey, Ensign of a Company in the Battalion of 
Militia; Silas Marsh, Major; of date 12th March, 1810. 

Cornelius A. Vanderzee, First Lieutenant of a Troop in the First 
Squadron of the Fifth Regiment of the Cavalry of our said State ; of 
date 12th March, 1810. 

John Vanderheyden, Captain of a Troop in the First Squadron of 
the Fifth Regiment of the Cavalry of our said State; of date 12th 
March, 1810. 

Gerrit Oliver, Second Lieutenant of a Troop in the First Squadron 
of the Fifth Regiment of the Cavalry of our said State; of date 12th 
March, 1810. 

Thomas Conklin, First Lieutenant of a Troop in the Second 
Squadron of the Fourth Regiment of th£ Cavalry of our said State ; 
of date 5th June, 181 1. 

Henry Keefer, Lieutenant of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; John T. Van Dalfsen, Lieutenant Colonel; of date nth Feb- 
ruary, 181 1. 

William Ward, Junior, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; John T. Van Dalfsen, Lieutenant Colonel; of date nth 
February, 181 1. 

Isaac Van Derheyden, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; John H. Burhans, Lieutenant Colonel; of date nth Febru- 
ary, 181 1. 



2438 Annual Report of the 

James Gibson, Cornet of a Troop in the First Squadron of the 
Fifth Regiment of the Cavalry of our said State; of date nth Feb- 
ruary, 181 1. 

Anthony Delong, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia: John H. Burhans, Lieutenant Colonel; of date nth Febru- 
ary, 181 1. 

Peter I. Livingston, First Lieutenant of a Troop in the First 
Squadron of the Fifth Regiment of the Cavalry of our said State; of 
date nth February, 181 1. 

Benjamin Frost, Second Lieutenant of a Troop in the First 
Squadron of the Fifth Regiment of the Cavalry of our said State: of 
date nth February, 181 1. 

Tosiah Conklin, Second Lieutenant of a Troop in the Second 
Squadron of the Fourth Regiment of the Cavalry of our said State; 
of date 5th June, 181 1. 

John Avery, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of Militia; 
John Gallup, Lieutenant Colonel; of date nth February, 181 1. 

Edward Haswell, Adjutant of the Regiment of Militia commanded 
by Lieutenant Colonel John J. Burhans; of date 31st February [sic], ' 
1811. 

William Fryer, Lieutenant Colonel Commandant of the Regiment 
of Militia lately commanded by Matthew Trotter, Esquire; of date 
5th June, 181 1. 

John D. P. Ten Eyck, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia: William Fryer, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 5th June, 181 1. 

Amos Morey, Adjutant of the Battalion of Militia; Silas Marsh, 
Major: of date nth February, 181 1. 

raham Conklin, Quartermaster of the Battalion of Militia: Silas 
Marsh. Major: of date nth February, 181 1. 

Ephraim Starr. Lieutenant of a Company in the Regiment of 



State Historian. 2439 

Militia; Matthew Trotter, Lieutenant Colonel; of date nth Febru- 
ary, 1 (Si 1. 

John G. Van Zandt, Surgeon of the Regiment of Militia com- 
manded by Lieutenant Colonel John V. A. Lansing; of date nth 
February, 181 1. 

John Armstrong, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; John Gallup, Lieutenant Colonel; of date nth February, 
1811. 

Gilbert Hunt, Captain of a Company in the Battalion of Militia; 
Silas Marsh, Major; of date nth February, 181 1. 

Joseph Crary, Captain of a Company in the Regiment of Militia; 
John Gallup, Lieutenant Colonel; of date nth February, 181 1. 

Phineas Rowley, Ensign of a Company in the Battalion of Militia; 
Silas Marsh, Major; of date nth February, 181 1. 

Joel Haskins, Lieutenant of a Company in the Battalion of Militia; 
Silas Marsh, Major; of date nth February, 181 1. 

Daniel Denison, Lieutenant of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; John Gallup, Lieutenant Colonel; of date nth February, 
1811. 

William Springsteen, Adjutant of the Regiment of Militia; John 
H. Burhans, Lieutenant Colonel; of date nth February, 181 1. 

David Vermillya, Lieutenant of a Company in the Regiment of 
Militia; William Mackey, Lieutenant Colonel; of date nth Febru- 
ary, 181 1. 

Henry Fonda, Lieutenant of a Company of Light Infantry in the 
Regiment of Militia; John V. A. Lansing, Lieutenant Colonel; of 
date nth February, 181 1. 

George Brown, Junior, Lieutenant of a Company in the Regiment 
of Militia; John H. Burhans, Lieutenant Colonel; of date nth Feb- 
ruary, 181 1. 



2440 Annual Report of the 

Philip Street, Second Lieutenant of a Troop in the First Squadron 
of the Fifth Regiment of the Cavalry of our said State; of date nth 
February, 1811. 

James Brown, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of Militia; 
John V. A. Lansing, Lieutenant Colonel; of date nth February, 
1811. 

Abraham Burd, Ensign of a Company of Light Infantry in the 
Regiment of Militia; John V. A. Lansing, Lieutenant Colonel; of 
date nth February, 181 1. 

John Giddes, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of Militia; 
John V. A. Lansing, Lieutenant Colonel; of date nth February, 
1811. 

Paul Wiedman, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of Infan- 
try; John Gallup, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 29th February, 1812. 

Asa Woodford, Junior, Lieutenant of a Company in the Regiment 
of Infantry; William Mackey, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 29th 
February, 1812. 

William W r ard, Junior, Ensign of a Company in the Regiment of 
Infantry; John T. Van Dalfsen, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 29th 
February, 1812. 

Isaac Labagh, Chaplain of the Second Regiment of Riflemen in 
our said State; of date nth August, 1812. 

John Miller, Surgeon's Mate of the Second Regiment of Riflemen 
in our said State; of date nth August, 1812. 

Yinal Luce, Adjutant of the Third Regiment of the Second Bri- 
gade of the Cavalry of our said State; of date nth August, 1812. 

Samuel North, Lieutenant of a Company in the Battalion of Rifle- 
men; Samuel M. Lockwood, Major; with rank from 4th June, 181 1; 
of date 23d May, 1812. 

[■ 'iin M. Bradford, Chaplain of the Second Regiment of the Third 



State Historian. 2441 

Brigade of the Cavalry of our said State; of date 29th February, 
1812. 

George Wands, Second Lieutenant of a Company in the First Bat- 
talion of the Fifth Regiment of the Artillery of our said State; of 
date 23d May, 181 2. 

Lewis Clark, First Lieutenant of a Company in the Fifth Regi- 
ment of the Third Brigade of the Artillery of our said State; of date 
25th January, 1813. 

Jacob Lansing, Ensign of a Company in the Eighty-ninth Regi- 
ment of Infantry of our said State; Sebastian Visscher, Lieutenant 
Colonel; of date 2d March, 1814. 

Benjamin R. Bennet, Ensign of a Company in the One Hundred 
and Tenth Regiment of Infantry of our said State; John T. Van 
Dalfsen, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 2d March, 1814. 

Brownell Tripp, Lieutenant of a Company in the One Hundred 
and Fifty-second Regiment of Infantry of our said State; John Gal- 
lup, Lieutenant Colonel; of date 2d March, 1814. 

John Austin, Ensign of a Company in the Second Regiment of 
Riflemen of our said State; Samuel M. Lockwood, Lieutenant 
Colonel; of date 2d March, 1814. 

Numa Hempstead, Ensign of a Company in the Eighty-ninth 
Regiment of Infantry of our said State; Sebastian Visscher, Lieu- 
tenant Colonel; of date 2d March, 1814. 

Matthew Burton, Ensign of a Company in the Eighty-ninth Regi- 
ment of Infantry of our said State; Sebastian Visscher, Lieutenant 
Colonel; of date 2d March, 1814. 

John Case, Paymaster of the Second Regiment of Riflemen in our 
said State; of date 2d March, 1814. 

Timothy Clowes, Chaplain of the Second Regiment of Riflemen 
of our said State; of date 2d March, 1814. 



2442 Annual Report of the 

DEWITT CLINTON, GOVERNOR. 

William Sherman, Lieutenant Colonel of the One Hundred and 
Tenth Regiment of Infantry of our said State; of date 22d June, 
1818. 

John McCarty, Major of the One Hundred and Tenth Regiment 
of Infantry of our said State; of date 22d June, 1818. 

John Yer Plank, Ensign of a Company of Riflemen in the One 
Hundred and Fiftieth Regiment of Infantry of our said State; of date 
8th July, 1819. 

Thomas Holliday, Chaplain of the One Hundred and Fiftieth 
Regiment of Infantry in our said State; of date 27th March, 1819. 

Samuel G. Haines, Lieutenant of a Company of Riflemen in the 
One Hundred and Fiftieth Regiment of Infantry of our said State; 
of date 8th July, 1819. 

Zebulon Holdridge, Ensign of a Company in the One Hundred 
and Fifty-second Regiment of Infantry of our said State; of date 
27th March, 1819. 

William Piatt, Ensign of a Company in the Eighty-ninth Regi- 
ment of Infantry of our said State; of date 27th March, 1819. 

Peter C. Gansevoort, Lieutenant of a Company of Riflemen in the 
Second Regiment of Infantry of our said State; of date 27th March, 
1 8 19. 

Jacob I. Le Grange, Ensign of a Company in the One Hundred 
and Fiftieth Regiment of Infantry of our said State; of date 27th 
March, 1819. 

Zebulon S. Holdridge, Ensign of a Company in the One Hundred 
and Fifty-second Regiment of Infantry of our said State; of date 
17th February, 1820. 

John Stickles, First Lieutenant of a Troop in the Third Regiment 
of Cavalry of our said State; of date 10th November, 1820. 



State Historian. 2443 

Peter Benn, Ensign of a Company in the Twenty-fifth Regiment 
of Infantry of our said State; of date 17th February, 1820. 

John Kelderhouse, Lieutenant of a Company in the One Hundred 
and Fiftieth Regiment of Infantry of our said State; of date 17th 
February, 1820. 

William R. Hills, Ensign in the Second Regiment of Riflemen of 
our said State; of date 10th November, 1820. 

Nathaniel Cross, Ensign of a Company in the Twenty-fifth Regi- 
ment of Infantry of our said State; of date 17th February, 1820. 

Conrad A. Ten Eyck, Aid de Camp to Major General Solomon 
Van Rensselaer, with the rank of Major; of date 17th February, 
1820. 

Daniel Mackey, Ensign of a Company in the Twenty-fifth Regi- 
ment of Infantry of our said State; of date 17th February, 1820. 

John S. Smith, Ensign in the Eighty-ninth Regiment of Infantry 
of our said State; of date 3d June, 1820. 

William W. Groesbeeck, Lieutenant in the One Hundred and 
Thirty-sixth Regiment of Infantry of our said State; of date 3d June, 
1820. 

John A. Van Olinda, Ensign in the One Hundred and Thirty- 
sixth Regiment of Infantry of our said State; of date 3d June, 1820. 

Charles S. Henry, Lieutenant in the Eighty-ninth Regiment of 
Infantry of our said State; of date 17th March, 1821. 

Ralph Thompson, Ensign in the Eighty-ninth Regiment of Infan- 
try of our said State; of date 17th March, 1821. 

John T. Norton, Ensign in the Eighty-ninth Regiment of Infantry 
of our said State; of date 17th March, 1821. 

Bleecker B. Lansing, Ensign of a Company of Light Infantry in 
the One Hundred and Thirty-sixth Regiment of Infantry of our said 
State; of date 10th January, 1821. 



2444 Annual Report of the 

Samuel Niles, Ensign in the One Hundred and Tenth Regiment 
of Infantry of our said State; of date 17th March, 1821. 

Erastus Williams, Brigade Major and Inspector of the Thirty-first 
Brigade of Infantry of our said State; of date 17th March, 1821. 

Evert Becker, Ensign in the One Hundred and Fiftieth Regiment 
of Infantry of our said. State; of date 17th March, 1821. 

Myndert W. McKenna, Surgeon of the One Hundred and Thirty- 
sixth Regiment of Infantry of our said State; of date 17th March, 
182 1. 

Augustus Cuyler, Quartermaster of the Eighty-ninth Regiment of 
Infantry of our said State; of date 17th March, 1821. 

Andrew Kirk, Quartermaster of the Thirty-first Brigade of Infan- 
try of our said State; of date 17th March, 1821. 

Albert Van Waggoner, Ensign in the One Hundred and Fiftieth 
Regiment of Infantry of our said State; of date 17th March, 1821. 

John W. Chapman, Paymaster of the Battalion of Riflemen; 
Henry A. Williams, Commandant; of date 16th March, 1822. 

William B. Lacey, Chaplain of the Battalion of Riflemen; Henry 
A. Williams, Commandant; of date 16th March, 1822. 

John Cornell, Junior, Ensign in the One Hundred and Fifty- 
second Regiment of Infantry of our said State; of date 16th March, 
1822. 

Charles Baumis, Ensign in the One Hundred and Fiftieth Regi- 
ment of Infantry of our said State; of date 16th March, 1822. 

Tobias T. E. Waldron, Captain in the One Hundred and Tenth 
Regiment of Infantry of our said State; of date 14th September, 
1822. 

James Parish, Quartermaster of the One Hundred and Tenth 
Regiment of Infantry of our said State; of date 16th September, 
1822. 



State Historian. 2445 

Bristol Fox, Ensign in the Eighty-ninth Regiment of Infantry of 
onr said State; of date 16th March, 1822. 

Patrick Clark, First Lieutenant in the Fifth Regiment of Artillery 

of onr said State; of date 16th March, 1822. 

Peter Ten Eyck, Ensign in the One Hundred and Tenth Regi- 
ment of Infantry of our said State; of date 16th September, 1822. 

David Chambers, First Lieutenant in the Fifth Regiment of Artil- 
lery of our said State; of date 16th March, 1822. 

Charles H. Williams, Second Lieutenant in the Fifth Regiment 
of Artillery of our said State; of date 16th March, 1822. 



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