New Company E Forty-Fourth New York Volunteers

Muster Roll
Name Rank Normal school?

Notes

Age in 1862

William R. Adams Private No discharged for disease September 7, 1863, died June 28, 1893

19

John L. Barrick Private Yes Died Nov 26 1862 of disease Columbia College Hospital, Wahington, DC in his 24th year; also known as John C.

23

Thompson Barrick Corporal Yes Promoted to Corporal, Sept 25, 1862; wounded at Gettysburg July 2, 1863; discharged March 26, 1864 or promotion to Capt., 39th US Colored Infantry; discharged Oct. 17th, 1864. In 1880, sold fruit trees, had a wife Hannah, and 3 daughters.

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James O. Blakely Sergeant Yes in Army 1862-1867; Corporal, 9/25/1862, Sgt. 12/30/1862, discharged 12/8/1863 for promotion to 1st Lieut. 19th US Colored Infantry, Dec. 20, 1863, Captain, Nov 19, 1864. Mustered out with regt. 6/15/1867

24

Lafayette L. Burgess Private No  

19

James H. Burke musician No  

27

Dyer F. Burnham Private No  

25

Leyander T. Burnham Private No  

21

Sidney W. Burroughs Private Yes Wounded in action Wilderness, Virginia; died of wounds two days later May 7, 1864; commission as 2nd Lieutenant in 31st US Colored Infantry received by commander after death

19

Mahlon Burtless Private No In 1860, was a farm laborer

22

John W. Butler Private No  

22

Hicks Campbell Private No  In 1860, was a farm laborer; still worked on a farm in 1880, had a wife Augusta, a daughter, and 2 sons

27

Andrew J. Chafee Private No  

27

David Claus Private No  

22

Franklin Cogswell Corporal Yes Corp. Sept. 25, 1862, private Jan. 25, 1863; Invalid Corps Apr 1863 ; discharged, 9/2/1864, became hospital steward; September 14, 1864 Captain 127th US Colored troops; commanded the regt. In front of Petersburg; mustered out Philadelphia, Nov. 1, 1865

23

Joshau K. Comstock Private No  

22

Harvey Crawford Private No  

25

Albert H. Cronin Private No deserted at Albany

19

Robert B. Darling Private Yes made Corp. Jan. 14, 1864; killed in action June 19, 1864 near Petersburg, Virg.

26

Thomas Dempsey Sergeant No Not from the Normal School

41

Henry C. Dennis Private No In 1860, was attending school

18

George H. Dickson Private Yes transferred 140 NYV Oct. 11, 1864; absent, sick, at Muster out of Company

19

Charles F. Dorrance Private No  

22

Eugene Douglass Private No  

26

Frederick L. Eastman Private Yes Transferred to signal corps, Jan. 12, 1864

22

Moses Eldred Private No  

27

Elmer J. Emmons Private No  

19

Aaron H. Esmay Private No In 1860, a farm laborer

24

Steward Facer Private No In 1860, was attending school

18

James Ferris Private No  

22

David F. Ferris Private Yes Corp. July 22, 1863; Sgt. Dec. 8, 1863; detached to Battalion of Sharpshooters Aug. 15, 1864; Transferred 140th NYV Oct 10, 1864; killed in action March 31, 1865, near Skunks Hollow, Virg.

21

Michael Gaffney Private No  

25

Robert W. Gardner Private No In 1860, was a carpenter

31

David Gregory Private No  

25

John Hanes Private No In 1860, was a carpenter

27

David S. Harris Private No In 1860, was a farm laborer 

25

JohnHocknell Private No  

20

Andress B. Hull Private Yes Corporal July. 22, 1863; Sergeant Dec 8, 1863; Orderly Sergeant, Captain in 20th US Colored Infantry Jan. 25, 1864, mustered out Oct. 7, 1865; AKA Albert B.

20

Orson Hunt Private No  

19

Albert N. Husted 2nd Lieutenant Yes mustered in as 2nd Lieut. 1st Lieut. Jan 28, 1863, Capt. Co. I May 6, 1864. Slightly wounded in action at Chancellorville, Virg. May, 1863. Mustered out Oct. 11, 1864 near Petersburg, Virg.

28

William Kidd 1st Lieutenant No mustered in as 1st Lieutenant; discharged Jan. 28, 1863; military secretary to Gov. Horiatio Seymour

20

Rodney G. Kimball Captain Yes  

27

John Laffin Private No  

18

John Leek Private No was a cooper in 1860

36

John Mackey Private No  

46

Thomas J. Mahoney Private No  

25

Martin D. Marcley musician No  

28

Frederick Mason Private No  

41

George McBlain Private Yes Wounded in action Dec. 13, 1862, Fredericksburg, Virginia; Died of wounds Feb. 9, 1863, Douglas Hospital, Washington, DC

22

Samuel McBlain Sergeant Yes Corp. Sept. 25, 1862; Sgt. March 17, 1863; commissioned 2nd Lieut. but not mustered, Sept. 16, 1864; transferred Co. I, 140th NYV; Became 2nd Lieut. Dec. 30, 1864, 1st Lieut. March 5, 1865 Mustered out June 3, 1865, Alexandria, Virg. (Capt.?)

26

Robert McDuffee Private No In 1860, was a wagon master

26

Darwin C. McDuffee Private No In 1860, was a farm laborer

20

Cyrus S. McDuffy Private Yes AKA McDuffee, Cyrus T. wounded April 1864, tranferred Co. E 140th NYV Oct 11, 1864, mustered out June 3, 1865

20

John McGovern Private No  

18

Erastus Miller Private No  

36

Horace F. Mills Private Yes Corporal, Jan. 25, 1863; Sgt. Nov. 18, 1863; discharged Dec 8, 1863 for promotion; Captain, 9th US Colored Infantry, Dec. 20, 1863, Brevet Major, March 13, 1865

23

Orrin G. Moore Private Yes transferred to signal corps Jan. 12, 1864

20

Scott Munson Private No  

19

Willis W. Munson Private No  

21

Spencer D. Newton Private No  

18

Robert B. Nimmons Sergeant No  

23

William Oliver Private No  

21

Hiram F. Olmstead Corporal Yes Corporal Sept. 25, 1862; discharged for disease Jan. 7, 1864 at US General Hospital, York, Penn.

26

John H. Ostrom Sergeant Yes Sgt. September 25, 1862; discharged for promotion Dec. 30, 1862; 2nd Lieut. 176 NYV Dec. 18, 1862; mustered out Aug. 3, 1863; commissioned 1st Lieut. Not mustered.

21

Norman Ottman Private No  

37

Jason A. Richards Private No  

19

Rensselaer D. L. Richardson Private No  

39

Patrick Riley Private No  

23

Joseph H. Rowe Private No  

21

Hiram S. Rowley Private No In 1860, a blacksmith

36

Demmon L. Rowley Private No  

24

William Royal Private No  

21

Amos N. Royal Private No  

18

Jason Sexton Private No  

28

Benn Shearer Private No  

26

John P. Sherwood Private No  

19

Josephus Simmons Private No In 1860, was a carpenter

39

Albert Smith Private Yes died of typhoid fever and pneumonia Dec. 7, 1862, near Falmouth, Virginia

22

Peter N. Sommers Private No  

25

James Sperling Private No In 1860, worked for Benjamin Barrick, a warehouser and grocer

25

Charles E. Sprague Corporal No Sgt. Jan 14, 1863; wounded in action July 2, 1863 at Gettysburg; discharged for wounds March 10, 1864, at US General Hospital, West Philadelphia; Brevet Colonel by the Gov. of New York Dec. 30, 1868; Dime Savings Bank

19

Harvey Strevell Private No  

21

Oliver W. Sturdevant Corporal No  

26

John E. Sturdevant Private No  

20

William Swan Private No  

27

Helim Thompson Corporal No  

23

Delos Thompson Private No  

21

Perry Thompson Private No  

18

Charles E. Thorn Private Yes wounded in action June 3, 1864, Cold Harbor, Virginia; transferred Co. C 140 NYV Oct 11, 1864; Mustered out May 15, 1865 at US General Hospital, York, Penn.

22

Oscar C. Tooker Private No Corporal, Dec. 8, 1863; captured in action May 8, 1864, Laurel Hill, Virginia; re-captured May 9, 1863 Beaver Dam Station, Virginia

26

Elbert Traver Private Yes in battles of Fredericksburg, Chancellorville and Gettysburg; wounded July 2nd 1863, died of wounds at Gettysburg, July 3rd, 1863, bullet

22

Gould J. Travis Private Yes Transferred Co. D 140th NYV Oct. 11, 1864; Musterred out June 3, 1865

21

Charles Updike Private No In 1860, was a farm laborer for Sidney Burrough's father; in Philadelphia hospital at muster out on May 16, 1865

27

John L. Varick Private No  

23

Amos C. Vincent Private No wounded in action Nov. 7, 1863, Rappahannock Station, Virginia, transferred to reserve Corps

24

Rodolphus G. Warner Sergeant Yes Sgt. Sept 25, 1862; 2nd Lieutenant Jan. 28, 1863; Musterred out Aug 22, 1863

26

Charles F. Wilcox Private No had detached service at the Adj. General's office in Washington

20

Franklin A. Wilder Private Yes Corporal Jan. 25, 1863; transferred 140th NYV Oct 6, 1864; discharged for disease Nov. 16, 1864 at City Point, Virginia. Discharged an invalid; has lost sight in one eye as a result of loss of health in Army

24

Consider H. Willett 1st Sergeant Yes Sgt. Sept. 25, 1862; discharged Oct. 5, 1863 for promotion to Captain, Company G, 2nd US Colored Infantry on examination, 1863; yellow fever impaired health and he resigned Sept 12, 1865.

21

George B. Wolcott Private Yes killed in action, Gettysburg, July 2, 1863.

20

Harrison Wood waggoner No moved to Geneva, Ohio after the War

21

James R. Woodworth Private No Killed in action, May 8, 1863, Laurel Hill, Virginia

21

Emanuel Yakeley Private No In 1860 was a shoemaker, moved to Crawford, Nebraska after the War

31