Killed and Wounded of the 153rd
Headquarters 153rd Regt. N.Y.V.
Camp Near Cedar Run, Va.,
October 24th, 1864
EDITOR DEMOCRAT -- Dear Sir:--Please insert into your paper the within list of killed, wounded and missing of the regiment during the recent battle in this valley, and perhaps relieve the anxiety of its friends in Montgomery County, and oblige,
N. LESLIE SNOW,
Surgeon 153rd N.Y.V.
Lewis D. Van Alstine, Co. C, Thomas Crawley, C, Peter Van Buren, D, Samuel H. Perry, D, William Miller, E, David Laundry, I.
Col. Edwin P. Davis, flesh wound of thigh; Lieut. -Col. Alexander Strain, fracture of right arm; Capt. Edward A. Parkinson, left fore-arm, slight; Lieut. James A. Veeder, thigh; Lieut. John S. Veeder, scalp, slight; Lieut. J. B. Neil, high slight; Capt. J. H. Lassell, abdomen, slight; Lieut. Geo. Hodges, finger amputated; Sergt. Major Chas. M. Ballatine, leg.
Corp. Dudley S. Gorton, flesh wound left thigh; John Johnson, fracture right thigh; C.M.C. Loyd, flesh wound left leg; John Stevenson, flesh wound of head; Joseph Haynor, left leg amputated.
Corp. Gabriel Henry, flesh wounds in thigh and wrist; Spencer Plantz, left foot; Isaiah Phillips, two fingers amputated; John Beckendorf, nose; N. Blanchard, thigh; Joseph Reistle, breast--since died; Alfred H. Reese, flesh wound in hip; Rego Carazza, left thigh.
1st. Sergt. H.J. Soule, right thigh slight; James Newkirk, ankle, slight; John Grady, right thigh fractured; Martin Minch, scalp, slight; Albert Duncan, right breast, slight; William Hazzard, left shoulder, slight.
Corp. John Frank, leg; Corp. Yost Grebe, left thigh; Corp. Thomas Earl, rightarm; Peter Noonan, flesh wound, shoulder; Abe Williams, neck; John Ryan, slight; John Elliot, abdomen, slight; Eliezer Suits, thigh, slight.
Sergt. George Swartz, right knee; Corp. Adam Keesler, flesh wound, hip; P.H. Howard, groin; Thos. W. Tweedle, fracture left thigh; Chas. Wendt, thigh amputated; Joseph Bobble, foot, slight; J. Elbert Hubbell, flesh wound, arm; Albert Waufle, left breast, serious; Jacob Geesler, hip, slight.
William Mosher, left side, slight; Anthony Connolly, flesh wound in foot.
John Hood, flesh wound in right thigh; Delphibs Van Narnum, forehead, slight.
Corp. Robert Kelly, through face, seriously; Otis King, through bowels; J.W. Kested, flesh wound in right leg; Wm. H. McIntosh, flesh wound, thigh.
1st Sergt. Saul Peltier, leg; Sergt. James Lucas, head and arm, mortally; Corp. Jas. Hubbell, flesh wound, left thigh; Corp. John Brown, flesh wound in leg; Corp. Joseph Garlic, flesh wound, hip; Corp. James Harper, head--mortally; Joseph Gokey, fracture above right elbow; Thomas Breen, left arm.
John Abare, flesh wound, right thigh; John Murphy, left groin.
J.C. Quackenbush, Co. C; Wm. A. Miller, C; Corp. Samuel M. Murdock, C; Sergt. James C. Bullock, E; Peter Kirsh, E; Chas. Grabenstine, E; Jeremiah Walrath, E; Martin Coolman, E; Sergt. M.A. Allen, K; Peter Moore, K.
Killed and mortally wounded
The Mohawk Valley Democrat - November 15, 1864 (Newspaper Account)
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