Civil War Units|
122nd N.Y. Vol. Inf. Reg. - Co. K
Recruited principally at Syracuse,
Tully, Skaneateles, and Cicero
This is a roster of Company K, copied from page 408 of Clayton's History of Onondaga County, 1878. It should be noted that this roster was probably taken from the initial muster rolls. That a person's name is missing from this list does not necessarily mean he was not in the unit. A more complete compilation can be found in pages 215-350 of New York (State) Adjutant-General's Office Annual Report for the Year 1903. No. 36. Albany, NY: Oliver Quayle, 1904.
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Captain: Noah B. Kent
1st Lieutenant: Justin Howard
2nd Lieutenant: Frank M. Wooster*
1st Sergeant: Lovell G. Mickels
2d Sergeant: Samuel C. Trowbridge
3d Sergeant: Herbert A. Maxwell
4th Sergeant: Wm. R. Babcock
5th Sergeant: Charles Y. Felton
1st Corporal: Wallace Tallman
2d Corporal: Wm. G. Wooster#
3d Corporal: John Alderman
4th Corporal: Sandford N. Truesdell
5th Corporal: Joseph Clark
6th Corporal: Wm. W. Whitworth
7th Corporal: George Town
Musician: George Stevens
Musician: G. Addison Wait
Wagoner: Sidney Smith, 2d
Privates: James Albring, Anthony Ball, George C. Bates, Richard H. Berden, Albert G. Blair, Chas. Bisbow, Henry Bush, Geo. H. Blackslee, Simeon S. Button, John Bugatt, George W. Craver, John Cain, Samuel Carey, John Casson, Thomas Dwyer, John C. Davis, James Davidson, Charles De Long, Henry W. Day, George Edwards, Daniel F. Earll, George Elson, Norman Fox, Justius H. Fox, Norman Garlock, George S. Goodrich, Frank B. Goodell, Andrew Grosbeck, Martin Hackett, Luther Holcomb, Oren W. Hines, George W. Hyde, Nathan Johnson, Charles Kenyon, Alexander King, James Kelly, Garrett Kelly, Andrew A. Knox, August Koenig, Dennis McCarthy, Dennis McGrath, James Mears, Thomas Montgomery, Anthony Moelter, Charles W. Moor, Thomas Northway, John H. Ostrander, Patrick O'Hara, James J. Rooney, John Reynolds, Joseph S. Robbins, John Robbinson, Horace Rowland, Merrick Smith, Albert R. Smith, Lyman Smith, Timothy Smith, Peter Seibert, Peter Shock, Alfred Sherman, John Stanson, Phineas S. Stebbins, Menzies Stebbins, George B. Seymour, Miles Thompson, James Terwilliger, William Terwilliger, Richard Terwilliger, Wm. Thompson, John Vail, 2d, Hiram H. Whipple, John Wayne.
* Frank M. Wooster, from Tully, New York, was a very distant relative (5C3R). He was killed at Cold Harbor, 1 June 1864.
# He is, I believe, a first cousin of Frank and another fifth cousin three times removed.