NEW YORK MONUMENTS COMMISSION

FOR THE

BATTLEFIELDS OF GETTYSBURG AND CHATTANOOGA

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F I N A L  R E P O R T

ON THE

B A T T L E F I E L D  O F  G E T T Y S B U R G

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COMMISSIONERS

MAJ.-GEN. DANIEL E. SICKLES, U.S.A.
MAJ.-GEN. DANIEL BUTTERFIELD
BVT. MAJ.-GEN. ALEX S. WEBB
BVT. BRIG.-GEN. ANSON G. MCCOOK
COL. LEWIS R. STEGMAN
 COL. CLINTON BECKWITH
MAJOR CHARLES A. RICHARDSON
THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL OF THE STATE, EX-OFFICIO
CHAIRMAN, MAJ.-GEN. DANIEL E. SICKLES, U.S.A.
ENGINEER AND SECY., A. J. ZABRISKIE

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VOL. III.

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ALBANY: J. B. LYON COMPANY, PRINTER, 1900, pages 1157-1176


  

The monument below, dedicated to the 10th Cavalry, is located about three miles east of Gettysburg, on the Hanover Road.

NEW YORK AT GETTYSBURG

MONUMENT
INSCRIPTIONS

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(Front.)

10th NEW YORK

CAVALRY

3rd BRIG. 2nd DIV.

CALVARY CORPS

July 2nd 1863. 3 to 8 P. M.

(Reverse.)

CASUALTIES

Killed 2, Wounded 4

Missing 3

Total Loss, 9

  

MEN FROM 10th CAVALRY, COMPANY I

BURIED THE MAYFIELD CEMETERY, VILLAGE OF MAYFIELD, FULTON COUNTY, NY

 

CAPTAIN DAVID GETMAN, JR.

Born January 21 1836
Died January 25, 1914

Helen Van Buren, his wife
Born September 10, 1844
Died April 6, 1932

Obituary of Captain David Getman Jr.

DAVID N. HAINES

Born 1832
Died 1914

Lydia M. Booth, his wife
Born 1841
Died 1917

JOHN HALL - no dates/information

MARCUS A. RICHARDSON

Died September 17, 1905
Aged 65 years

Lydia F. Wells, his wife
Died June 26, 1895
Aged 47 years

ABRAM H. VAN DYKE

Born December 20, 1829
Died November 9, 1896

Terzah M., his wife
Born May 23, 1834
Died February 15, 1905

GEORGE FERGUSON

Born 1842
Died 1862

JACOB C. CASE

Born October 8, 1823
Died May 25, 1887

Angelica, his wife
Born March 2, 1812
Died August 11, 1884

AGUSTUS M. BROWN

Born 1841
Died 1935

CHESTER L. BERRY

Born 1839
Died 1928

Mary J. Elphee, his wife
Born 1843
Died 1926

Our thanks goes to Herkimer/Montgomery County GenWeb Volunteer, Judy Anger, for typing this piece and to James Morrison, Military Historian, who sent in this article to Fulton's site.  Judy has a strong interest in the Civil War.  She has four ancestors that fought in the Civil War:

Sergeant Hiram WELLER, 2nd Provisional Cavalry Regiment New York, E. Company;
Private Willard WELLER, 169th Infantry New York, Company D;
Major Oscar HULSER, 2nd New York Artillery;
Capt. Washington W. HUSLER, 152nd Regiment New York.
Judy welcomes correspondence from anyone with connections to these people.

 

ON TO THE DEDICATION OF THE 10th CAVALRY

 


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