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CIVIL WAR BIOGRAPHIES FROM THE NEWBURGH TELEGRAPH

nimbus3041 (View posts)
Posted: 11 Nov 2001 5:34AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 29 Jun 2004 1:46PM GMT
Surnames: crawshaw
I am interested in finding more information on William B. Crawshaw, my grandfather was also William Crawshaw of Newburgh. Thanks

Re: CIVIL WAR BIOGRAPHIES FROM THE NEWBURGH TELEGRAPH

historynw (View posts)
Posted: 11 Nov 2001 10:30AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Crawshaw
Crawshaw, William B.
Co. E 56th Regt. enlisted as a private at Newburgh for 3 years. Was born July 25, 1843 at Manchester, Lancashire co. England. Fathers name Samuel, mothers maiden name Ann Lodge; both living. Born in England, is unmarried, educated in common school. Resided in Newburgh, driving team for his father. At battle of Fair Oaks ………… of a tree while his regiment was falling back and injured his spine and kidneys. Chas S Brown

Orange County town lists
Cranshaw W. B. Co.E 56th 8/16/1861 Wallkill


CRANSHAW, WILLIAM - Age, 18 years. Enlisted, July 18, 1861, at Newburgh, to serve 3 years; mustered in as private, Co. A, July 31, 1861; transferred to Co. E, October 31, 1861; enlisted and served and was mustered out, September 7, 1864, as William B. Cramshaw and Crawshaw.







Re: CIVIL WAR BIOGRAPHIES FROM THE NEWBURGH TELEGRAPH

bmerr10732 (View posts)
Posted: 11 Nov 2001 11:54PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 20 Dec 2003 8:05PM GMT
Glen,

Is there an index to these bios? I'm interested in the last name TOLE. Thanks.

CIVIL WAR BIOGRAPHIES FROM THE NEWBURGH TELEGRAPH - complete Index to date

historynw (View posts)
Posted: 12 Nov 2001 11:44AM GMT
Classification: Query
The following men were listed in the Newburgh Telegram newspaper during the Civil War; details on enlistment, parents, residence, trade, marriage, birth & death or wounds & battles. They were orginally published during the 1862-65 period from information collected by the Bureau of Statistics in Albany NY. During the 1906-1908 period they were again re-published in the newspaper in a series titled

Acker, James
Adams, Judson W.
Adams, Lewis Dunn
Aikens, John F.
Allen, Charles Oscar
Allen, Cornelius Swarwout
Allen, George
Allen, William L. Jr.
Anderson, Charles Havemeyer
Anderson, Clement Bottsford
Anderson, George L.
Andrews, Thomas
Appleman, Henry B.
Atwood, Thomas
Austin, William
Banks, Elias Hait
Barkley, William
Barlett, Charles G
Barnes, Charles
Barnes, Gordon B.
Barterbury, William
Bartley, Jacob
Beams, David
Beams, David Jr.
Beams, Peter
Benedict, James Wood
Benjamin,Grant B.
Birdsley, Smith
Blair, George Forster
Blair, John Hanford
Blair, Samuel
Bogert, George W.
Bogert, John
Bond, Holton
Bond, Samuel O.
Bookstaver, Jacob
Briggs, George
Brock, Harvey
Brooks, John Howard
Bross, Edward Perceval
Bross, Joseph
Brown, George
Brown, William H.
Brown, William Rufus
Brownlee, Thomas Stevenson
Buckmaster, Robert Manley
Bush, Ira S
Calyer, John M.
Camp, Alexander
Carr, Solomon
Chase, James T.
Chatfield, Jacob B.
Cisco, Jeremiah
Clark, James W.
Cloyd, David Campbell
Cloyd, James Clark
Cole, Joshua Van Gilden
Coleman, George Washington
Coleman, James Lawrence
Colwell, Clark Brown
Connelly, Henry Miller
Coutant, Cornelius Ostrander
Cowdrey, John Jr.
Cox, William H.
Crawford, Harvey
Crawford, Ira Benjamin
Crawford, John I.
Crawshaw, William B.
Cressy, Charles Tomes
Crist, David
Crist, George Harvey
Crist, James
Crist, Jeremiah Millspaugh
Crist, Milton
Crist, Van Keuren
Cromwell, James
Culver, Edward A.
Culver, Jesse H.
Culver, Theodore
Cunningham, Robert
Daniels, William Henry
Davenport, James
Davis, David C.
Davy, John J.
Dawson, Charles Edward
Decker, Frederick
Decker, Isaac
Decker, James Nelson
Decker, Jeremiah
Dederer, Nicholas
DeGroot, Hiram W.
DeGroot, Nelson
Denning, Chauncey
Denniston, Isaac
Denniston, James Otis
Depuy, Jacob R.
Depuy, Thomas R.
DeWitt, David W.
Dickey, Joseph McCarroll
Dickey, William Donaldson
Dodge, John Pabody
Dodge, William Foster
Donnelly, Byron
Doremus, Solomon
Doty, Reuben
Dunn, Myron H.
Duryea, Webster Sidney
Dutcher, Benjamin
Eager, Amos Moore
Eager, William B.
Earles, George
Edsall, T. Henry
Edwards, Hiram
Ensign, Charles Ambrose
Estabook, Horatio Johnson
Estabook, Martin
Estabook, Sanford T.
Evans, Eli H.
Fairchild, William Livingston
Faulkner, William
Ferguson, Charles Wesley
Finch, John Henry
Finnegan, James
Finney, Hector
Finney, John
Flannery, Patrick
Foley, John W.
Foley, Robert Havelook
Foley, Thomas Jr.
Forshee, John M. M.D.
Fossard, George Henry
Fowler, Erwin Galatian
French, Benoni Howell
Frew, William M.
Fuller, George Oliver
Gaines, Hiram
Gaines, John Henry
Gale, Gabriel Norton Phillips
Gardner, Joseph Ambrose
Goldsmith, Charles David
Gordon, Ira
Gordon, John
Gowdy, Henry
Gowdy, James
Griffin, George E.
Hall, George
Hall, John
Hamilton, William
Hammond, Horace
Hanford, A. Emmet
Harris, William Edward
Harvey, Barnard
Hatch, John
Hatch, William S.M.
Havens, Eugene Hiram
Havens, Morton
Hays, Hugh McCutcheon
Hazen, Charles B.
Hazen, William H.
Henion, George Washington
Holbert, Mathais T.E.
Holland, Edward
Holland, John B.
Homan, George E.
Homan, James Ervin
Homan, William Albert
Homent, Adam
Howell, William H.
Hughes, Cornelius
Hughes, Eli
Hughes, James Burtsell
Hulbert, Ambrose Schudder
Hunt, Benjamin M.
Hunt, Daniel
Hunt, Nathan
Hunt, Robert Crowell
Hunter, Edward
Hunter, Jesse
Hyatt, Ezra
Hyatt, Thomas Mills
Jackson, Luke
Jackson, Nathaniel
Jackson, William Augustus
Jacquins, Charles
Jones, Alexander
Jordon, Jacob Frint
Judson, Albert
Judson, Daniel
Kane, Edgar Depuy
Kane, Eugene
Kanoff, Isaac C.
Karme, Amos
Kelly, Thomas
Ketcham, Bruce B.
Ketcham, Hiram
Kimball, Eliphalet Bootman
Kimbark, Noah Bodine
King, George G.
King, William Henry
Lamoreaux, Austin W.
Langton, George N.
Lee, Francis
Lee, Thomas H.
Legg, Governeur Millspaugh
Lewis, Edward M.
Lewis, John Albert
Linley, James Henry
Little, Edward Wear
Lockwood, James H.
Lockwood, John Thomas
Loftis, Stephen
Low, Daniel Jr.
Low, James
Lowers, David
Lowers, Robert
Lupton, Judson Bice
Lynn, James
Lyon, Charles Harvey
Mackinson, Hugh Jr.
Mapes, William Edwin
Martin, Isaac M.
Mason, George W.
Mason, Thomas H.
McAuley, Andrew
McAuley, John
McCallen, Harry
McCartney, Robert
McDowell, William
McGrate, George
Mead, Cephas
Merritt, Cornbury C.
Merritt, Seneca W.
Merwin, David S.
Metcalf, John
Meyer, John Adam
Millson, Thomas
Millspaugh, James
Millspaugh, Jonathan
Montross, Hezekiah Hott
Moore, William
Moores, James Britton
Morgan, David
Morton, George Clarke
Moshier, John
Mould, David
Mould, Moses Rome
Murphy, James
Myer, William Augustus
Nicoll,Isaac
Oakley,Jacob W.R
O'Brine,John (O'Brian)
O'Connell,Thomas
Odell,Daniel
Odell,Jabez Atwood
Odell,Morvalden
Ogg,John G
Ogg,Phillip M
Owen,John W
Owen,Allen G
Owens,Charles
Palmer,David W
Parsons,Winfield W
Peck,Erastus McBride
Peck,James
Pierce,Theodore
Pincerey,James
Porter,Thomas
Post,John A
Post,John Romaine
Potter,Robert
Potter,Samuel
Price,William
Puff,Egbert
Rake,Isaac
Redner,David
Reed,John Robinson
Reeve,James H
Reeve,Selah Van Duzer
Relyea,Martin
Rennison,William
Richards,John Borrows
Rider,Daniel C
Ristow,Ernest Theodore
Rollinger,Richard
Rollinger,Samuel
Rose,Algernon S
Rose,Peter Humphrey
Rose,Sideny
Ross,James Benedict
Rossman,Truman H
Rowland,John
Russell,William B
Ryerson,Edmund Ferris
Sacket,Henry McCoun
Sagar,Mathenus
Sagar,Morris
Schondel,William
Scott,James
Scott,Walter
Sears,Melville
Seuedan,George W
Shelp,William
Sherman,Robert C
Silliman,William
Simpson, Marquis K
Smith,Clark
Smith,Phineas W
Smith,Stephen A
Smith,Theodore
Spalding,William Douglass
Spellman,Edward
Stansbrough, John Blake
Stansbrough,Thomas M
Stewart,Charles
Still,Uzal Knapp
Stockholm,Aaron E
Storms,Wesley E
Sutton,Andrew J
Swim,John William
Syphers,Gilbert
Tate,George
Taylor,Dewitt C
Taylor,John W
Terwilliger,Oscar
Thompkins,Benjamin
Thorburn,Henry N
Tompkins,William Augustus
Travis,Henry F
Turner,Frederick William
Turner,Henry Radcliff
Turner,Reuben
Turner,Reuben Jr.
Tuthill,John Herod Jr.
Tuthill,Ezra Fisk
Tyler,Rockwell
Van Vliet,Edward
Warren,William G
Webb,Daniel Eusebius
Weed,Phineas
Weygant,Wilson
Wheeler,Horace
Wheeler,Lewis
White,Daniel Sagar
White,John Henry
White,Samuel Adams
Wiggins,William Theodore
Williams,John
Williams,John Henry
Wisner,Lewis Smith
Wright,Charles Edward
Wright,Frederick E
Yeomans,Alfred
Youmans,Samuel Jr.
Youmans,Joseph J
Youngblood,George Bodine
Youngblood,Samuel Smith
Youngs,William Henry
Zindle,Daniel










































































































CIVIL WAR BIOS/NEWBURGH TELEGRAPH - complete Index to date

Joan Sholl Francis (View posts)
Posted: 12 Nov 2001 3:13PM GMT
Classification: Lookup
Surnames: MAPES, HULSE
Do you have the particulars for the listed MAPES, WILLIAM EDWIN?

Re: CIVIL WAR BIOGRAPHIES FROM THE NEWBURGH TELEGRAPH - complete Index to date

@@gshunter@optonline.net (View posts)
Posted: 12 Nov 2001 9:35PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 28 May 2002 10:22PM GMT
Mr. Marshall, Could you please e-mail me the information from this list on Edward and Jesse Hunter? Thank you!

Re: CIVIL WAR BIOS/NEWBURGH TELEGRAPH - Mapes, William Edwin

historynw (View posts)
Posted: 12 Nov 2001 9:40PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Mapes
Mapes, William Edwin
Co. B 124th Regt. commissioned 2nd Lieut. Aug. 14, 1862; 1st Lieut. Feb. 8, 1863, Captain July 2, 1863. Was in actions namely; Beverly Ford, Gettysburgh, Fredericksburgh, Wilderness May 5-11, Spotsylvania Court House, and off duty one month. Wounded Aug. 14, 1864 at Chapin’s Farm; right thigh amputated (middle third); now on furlough. He was the son of Sanford Holly and Ruth (Rumsey) Mapes who were Americans of French descent. Was born in Florida, Orange County N.Y., Dec. 14, 1841. Was preparing for college when entering service. Father resides in Florida; grandfather and his brothers, on mother’s side were Tories in the Revolution. Dated Oct. 25, 1864.

N.Y. State Adjutant Generals report 1903
MAPES, WILLIAM E.—Age, 21 years. Enrolled at Goshen, to serve three rears, and mustered in as second lieutenant, Co. B, August 14, 1862; as first lieutenant, February 9, 1863; wounded in action, May 12, 1864, at Spotsylvania Court house, Va.; mustered in as captain, Co. H, May 31, 1864; wounded in action, 14, 1864, at Strawberry Plains, Va.; discharged for wounds, December 15, 1864.

Commissioned second lieutenant, September 10, 1862, with rank from August 14, 1862, original; first lieutenant, February 27, 1863, with rank from February 8, 1863, vice W. E. Wygant, resigned; captain, December 17, 1863, with rank from July 2, 1863, vice H. S. Murray, promoted.

Orange County town lists
Mapes, William E 2nd Lieut. Co.B 124th 8/14/1862 pro. Captain, lost right leg, discharged 12/19/1864 Warwick


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historynw (View posts)
Posted: 12 Nov 2001 10:12PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hunter, Edward
Private Co. H 124th Regt. was born in Montgomery, Orange County N.Y. in Oct. 1843. He was the son of George and Margaret (Yerks) Hunter. Was a farmer and resided in Montgomery at date of enlistment Aug. 16, 1862. He was in actions at Chancellorsville and Gettysburg. Wounded in the latter engagement and sent to hospital at Gettysburg, where he remained Sept. 16, 1863. Wounded in shoulder May 18, 1864, died of wounds June 30, 1864 and buried in National Cemetery at Arlington Va.

Hunter, Jesse
Private, Co. B 124th Regt. was the son of William and Ann (Smith) Hunter and was born in Monroe, Orange County in Dec. 1839. He received a common school education, was a farmer. Resided at Greenwood Lake, Orange County N.Y. at date of enlistment. Married at Sugar Loaf, Samatha E Hazen and has one child. He enlisted Aug. 5, 1862 at Bellvale, Orange County for three years. Was in Emory Hospital at Washington Aug. 29, 1863; wounded in action May 6, 1864; mustered out June 3, 1865.


Orange County town lists
Hunter, Edward Co.H 124th 8/18/1862 wounded Gettysburg, wounded again 5/18/1864 died 6/30/1864 Montgomery

Hunter, Jesse Co.B 124th 8/6/1862 wounded in Wilderness, discharged 6/2/1865 Warwick


N.Y. State Adjutant Generals report 1903
HUNTER, EDWARD.—Age, 18 years. Enlisted, August 18, 1862, at Walden, to serve three years; mustered in as private, Co. H, September 5, 1862; wounded in action, June 16, 1864, before Petersburgh, Va., and died of his wounds, June 30, 1862

HUNTER, JESSE.—Age, 22 years. Enlisted, August 6, 1862, at Bellvale, to serve three years; mustered in as private, Co. B, September 5, 1862; wounded in action, May 6, 1864, at the Wilderness, Va.; mustered out with company, June 3, 1865, near Washington, D.C.

Pension Records Orange County
Hunter, Jesse Chester gsw left hand $4.00 10/1880 pension#175484





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@@gshunter@optonline.net (View posts)
Posted: 12 Nov 2001 11:15PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 28 May 2002 10:22PM GMT
Thank you Glenn!

CIVIL WAR BIOS/NEWBURGH TELEGRAPH - Mapes, William Edwin

Joan Sholl Francis (View posts)
Posted: 12 Nov 2001 11:27PM GMT
Classification: Lookup
Dear Glenn, thank you so much for your very quick, and most generous reply. Our family researchers will appreciate it a great deal. Warm regards, J

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