Civil War:
115th Regiment, Muster in Roll
Officers
  

Vol. V. - 217 MUSTER - IN ROLL of COLONEL SIMEON SAMMONS, Field and Staff, in the 115th Regiment of New York State Volunteers, commanded by COLONEL SIMEON SAMMONS, called into the service of the United States by the President of the United States, from the ---- day of August, A. D. 1862 (date of this muster), for the term of three years, unless sooner discharged.
                JOINED FOR DUTY AND MUSTERED.

TRAVELING

VALUATION, IN DOLLARS OF REMARKS.
Number of each grade.

NAMES.
PRESENT AND ABSENT
(Privates in alphabetical order.)

RANK. AGE. When. Where. By whom enrolled Period.

To place of rendezvous,
No. of miles

From Place of Discharge home, No. of miles Horse Horse Equipment.

1. Every man whose name is on this roll must be accounted for on the next muster roll. 2. The exchange of men by substitution, and the exchanging, swapping, or loaning of horses, after muster into services, are strictly forbidden.

.. Simeon Sammons,.......... Colonel ... 1862, Aug Fonda, N.Y. Capt. Edgerton 3 years ... ... ... ... ....................
.. George S. Batchellor,...... Lt. Col. 26 ... do do do ... ... ... ... ....................
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Major ... ... do do do ... ... ... ... ....................
.. R. E. Sutton,..................... Surgeon ... ... do do do ... ... ... ... ....................
.. Samuel Peters,................ 1st d.o. ... ... do do do ... ... ... ... ....................
.. Sylvester W. Clements,.... 2d d. o. ... ... do do do ... ... ... ... ....................
.. Thomas R. Horton,.......... Adjutant ... ... do do do ... ... ... ... ....................
.. Martin McMartin,............. Qr. Master ... ... do do do ... ... ... ... ....................
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Serg. Maj. ... ... do do do ... ... ... ... ....................
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Drum Maj. ... ... do do do ... ... ... ... ....................
.. Hiram H. Ingerson,.......... 2d As. Sur ... ... do do do ... ... ... ... ....................

   

 


Source - "A Record of the COMMISSIONED OFFICERS, NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES of the Regiments Which Were ORGANIZED IN THE STATE OF NEW YORK and Called Into the Service of the United States to Assist in Suppressing the Rebellion Caused by the Secession of Some of the Southern States from the Union, A. D. 1861, as Taken from the Muster-In Rolls on File in the Adjutant-General's Office, S. N. Y.," VOL. V., Albany, N. Y.: Weed, Parsons and Company, Printers. 1866.

Last Updated on 11/5/2001
By Douglas J. Weaver

   

  

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