Nicholas N. Hallenbeck was born in Schoharie Co., NY at about 1842, a son of Jacob and Emeline Hallenbeck.
At times, Nicholas was a farmer, but he worked mainly as a merchant, selling groceries.
Marriage & Children
At about 1868, he married in Rensselaerville, Emma, a daughter of Henry and Sarah Kline. They had one son, Frank Hallenbeck, who was born in 1869.
|Enlistment Date:||28 July 1862|
|Enlistment Place:||Albany, New York|
|State Served:||New York|
|Regiment:||7th Regiment NY Heavy Artillery|
|Promotion Date:||29 March 1864|
|Promotion Rank:||Full Corporal|
|Wounded in Action on:||19 May 1864|
|Wounded at:||Spotsylvania, VA|
|Promotion Date:||30 October 1864|
|Promotion Rank:||Full Sergeant|
|Muster Out Date:||16 June 1865|
|Muster Out Place:||Ft. Federal Hill, Baltimore, MD|
|Additional Remarks: Enlisted at age 20; 1890 residence Potters Hollow PO. The 1890 census stated that the soldier lost a finger in the service.|
|Sources Used: 1890 Veterans Census; American Civil War Soldiers, Ancestry.com|
Nicholas received his Civil War pension on or about June 7, 1870. He died on August 4, 1930 at Albany, NY.His widow, Emma, received her pension on September 25, 1930.
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