Heroes of Albany
THE HEROES OF ALBANY: A Memorial of the Patriot-martyrs of the City and County of Albany, who Sacrificed Their Lives During the Late War in Defense of Our Nation 1861-1865, with a View of what was Done in the County to Sustain the United States Government; and Also Brief Histories of the Albany regiments.
- By Rufus Wheelwright Clark, Published by S.R. Gray, 1866; 886 pgs.
Heroes of Albany is available on line at the Cornell University Library Digital Collection.
Hilltowns men in Heroes of Albany
Rensselaerville men in Heroes of Albany
- Barton, David died at Key West of typhoid fever (erroneous surname should be Bouton)
- Barton, Charles F. brother of David, died at Key West with fever (erroneous surname should be Bouton)
- Evans, Charles Swaine Lt. wounded at Cold Harbor, died age 24 of wounds in hospital.
- Finch, Isaac E. Pvt., killed in the battle of Totopotomy Creek age 21
- Fish, Lester Nathan Pvt. captured at Petersburg, died age 20 at Andersonville
- Holmes, Edmund captured at Petersburg died at Andersonville
- Rider, John died a prisoner at Lynchburg VA
- Schermerhorn, George W. Pvt., died in CW age 22
- Swartout, Alexander fate is unknown
- Swartout, George died of typhoid fever at Falmouth, Virginia
- Van Wie, George Pvt., Died of disease as a result of imprisonment at Andersonville
Berne men in Heroes of Albany
- Ball, Lucias E. killed in the battle at Cold Harbor
- Bell, Edmund killed in action at Port Hudson
- Bell, William H. Died of disease at Fort Reno
- Bogardus, Charles B. killed at Cold Harbor
- Bogardus, William H., brother of Charles, was in the battle of Cold Harbor, taken prisoner, and died in Salisbury Prison, N. C.
- Canull, John Henry killed at Petersburg
- Canull, William Harrison died of typhoid in Baltimore.
- Cornwell, Leonard killed at Gettysburg
- Haight, Jasper died at Fortress Monroe
- Hammond, James H. killed at Gettysburg
- Havens, William wounded on picket duty at foot at Petersurg and died in a hospital following the amputation of his leg
- Hayes, Azor T. Killed in action at the Battle of the Wilderness
- Lyon, John Died of typhoid fever.
- McCarty, Timothy Accidentlly drowned before mustering in.
- Merrihew, Orville A. died at Millen prison
- Miller, Addison B. killed in action near Fredericksburg
- Northrup, Joseph B. Accidentally drowned before mustering in.
- Ostrom, Cyrus was killed in battle at Port Hudson
- Post, William A. killed in battle at Cold Harbor
- Stalker,William H. Died of wounds and disease in Washington
- Steiner, Chauncey A. died while a prisoner at Andersonville
- Taylor, John died in a hospital in Baltimore
- Van Deusen, Daniel died at Port Hudson
- Warner, George H. died at home of disease from his service
- Warner, Peter William died of starvation in prison at Andersonville
- Wilday, Hiram wounded in action at Petersburg and died a few days later
- Wilson, Joel died of disease
- Wood, James Edgar died of consumption
- JESSE D. WOOD was born in Bern, August 11, 1846, and enlisted in Company C, Tenth Regiment, October 1, 1862. He died of disease while in service at Port Hudson, August 13, 1863. His remains were brought home and buried in Bern.
- Wright, Carpenter N. died of disease
Knox men in Heroes of Albany
- Allen, Henry H. was mortally wounded at Petersburg - Heroes of Albany - Henry H. Allen
- Bundy, Joseph Mathias (Joseph N. Bandy) Died of disease at Andersonville Prison. - Heroes of Albany - Joseph Merchant Bundy
- Barckley, Michael Henry Lt., wounded at Cold Harbor and died as a result.
- Campbell, Adam captured at Reams Station, died Salisbury
- Crounse, John Quincy Adams died from an illness
- Hanes, Adam Mathias - wounded at Port Hudson, from which he died in fourteen days.
- Hanes, Amos Gideon
- Hanes, Elias
- Kellogg, Andrew W.
- Quay, Lewis W. Cpl. died of typhoid fever.
- Quay, Paul Sgt. Died of disease as a result of imprisonment at Andersonville Prison and Millen Prison
- Roach, Isaac Jonathan Cpl. Died of typhoid fever at Camp Butterfield, VA
- Secor, Gabriel was in battle at Fort McHenry, and died at Fort Federal Hill
- Smith, John died of typhoid fever in Baltimore, March 16, 1864
- Stevens, Peter H. Died at Andersonville Prison
Westerlo men in Heroes of Albany
- Barker, Thomas Westley aka Barker, Wesley Thomas
- Bowie, John Died of disease at Andersonville prison
- Craft, John B. aka Craft, John Blodget died of disease after being imprisoned at Andersonville and Millen
- Crawford, David H. killed in action at North Anna, VA
- Denison, Jesse during transport home for disability discharge, became critical and treated at Rochester, NY where he died.
- Holmes, Erastus Hamilton, Corporal died of disease after being imprisoned at Andersonville and Millen
- Holmes, James died of disease at Andersonville prison
- Lamoureaux, William Harrison killed in action at Petersburg
- Lawpaugh, Alfred aka LaPaugh, Alfred died of disease at Fort Reno
- Lockwood, Marcus D. died of disease at Andersonville prison
- Shoness, William aka Showers, William killed in action near Fredericksburg, VA
- Slater, Jacob Haines, Corporal died of wounds received in action at Petersburg VA
- Webb, James died of disease at Andersonville prison
- Willsey, David B. aka Wilsey, David died of disease at Andersonville prison
- Wooley, George C. aka Wolley, George died of disease at Andersonville prison
- Wright, John died at Washington, DC from wounds received in action