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124th Regiment New York Infantry Volunteers

"Orange Blossoms"

 
 
124th Regiment New York Infantry Volunteers - Eastern Upper Plaque image. Click for full size.
By Pete Skillman, September 16, 2012
1. 124th Regiment New York Infantry Volunteers - Eastern Upper Plaque
Inscription.  
(eastern upper plaque)
124th Regiment
New York Infantry Volunteers
"Orange Blossoms"
Third Army Corps, 1862, 1863.
Second Army Corps, 1864, 1865.
Army of the Potomac
Mustered into the United States service, Goshen, Sept. 5, 1862.
Disbanded at Washingtons Headquarters Newburgh, June 16, 1865.

Battle Record
Manassas Gap • Waterloo • Fredericksburg • Hartwood Church • Chancellorsville • Beverly Ford • Gettysburg • Jones' Cross Roads • Wapping Heights • Auburn • Kelly's Ford • Locust Grove • Mine Run • Wilderness • Corbin's Bridge • Po River • Laurel Hill • Spottsylvania Salient • Landron House • Harris' Farm • Chesterfield Bridge • North Anna • Totopotomoy • Cold Harbor • Assault of Petersburg • Jerusalem Plank Road • Strawberry Plains • Mine Explosion • Deep Bottom • Poplar Spring Church • Boydton Plank Road • Hicksford Raid • Siege of Petersburg • Hatcher's Run • Watkins House • White Oak Road • Fall of Petersburg • Deatonsville Road • Sailor's Creek • High Bridge • Farmville • Appomattox Surrender

Service Death Record – 248
Killed
124th Regiment New York Infantry Volunteers - Western Footer Plaque image. Click for full size.
By Pete Skillman, September 16, 2012
2. 124th Regiment New York Infantry Volunteers - Western Footer Plaque
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in Action 105 • Died of Wounds 52 • Wounded Not Mortally 393 • Wounded and Captured 25 • Captured Not Wounded 34 • Died in Captivity 12 • Died of Disease 79 • Discharged on Surgeon's Certificate of Disability 196 • Discharged for Wounds 140
Casualties in Action 609

(western footer plaque)
Died for the Union
Colonel A. Van Horne Ellis, Bvt. Brig. Gen. U.S.V. • Major James Cromwell • Hospital Steward Isaac Ellison

Company A
Lieut. Charles T. Cressy • Lieut. Jonathan T. Birdsall • Serg. Peter I. Wood • Serg. Peter H. Rose • Corp. Henry Arculartus • Corp. Jacob Lent • Daniel Ackerman • Joseph Brownley • James G. Ciles • Samuel Clark • Isaac L. Conklin • James L. Johnson • John H. Judson • Thomas Kelley • George Mason • Charles McVeigh • William Odell • John Polhamus • Samuel Potter • Frank Rhinefield • John Robinson • Jacob Wilson
Company B
1st Serg. Chas. A. Wheeler • Serg. William Valentine • Corp. Elisha B. Benjamin • Corp. Robert W. Gardner • Corp. George Shawcross • Corp. Henry O. Smith • Daniel Babcock • George Boon • Martin V. Campbell • John N. Carey • Mathew Crawley • John W. Garrison • John Glanz • William Hamilton • Robert J. Holland • Edward N. Lain • William Lamoreaux • W. Dewitt Millspaugh • Samuel L. Sherman • Samuel Shultz • William
124th Regiment New York Infantry Volunteers - Southern Footer Plaque image. Click for full size.
By Pete Skillman, September 16, 2012
3. 124th Regiment New York Infantry Volunteers - Southern Footer Plaque
Slauson • Stephen B. Smith • William Snyder • Harrison H. Storms • John Van Houten • Alfred Youmans

(southern footer plaque)
Died for the Union
Company C
Captain William Silliman,-Died Colonel 26th U.S.C.T. • Captain James Finnegan • Color Serg. Thomas Foley • Serg. John W. Foley • Color Corp. Chas. Chatfield • Corp. Andrew M. Boyd • Corp. Daniel O'Hara • Corp. William R. Owen • James H. Barnes • Thomas M. Brooks • Stephen W. Brown • James Curry • Samuel Dodge • George Dold • Henry Drilling • Charles P.F. Fisher • Benjamin F. Flagg • Robert H. Foley • Charles H. Goodsell • Henry Hoffman • George G. King • Frederick R. Lamoreaux • Isaiah Rumsey • Robert Rush • James D. Tilton • James A. Ward • David L. Westcott

Company D
Serg. John Cowdrey, Jr • Serg. William E. Hyatt • Corp. Francis A. Benedict • Cornelius Allison • David D. Barrett • Charles E. Benedict • James H. Bertholf • Joseph S. Brooks • Joel H. Brown • Jesseniah Dolson • John Edwards • Isaac Garrison • Charles Gordon • John S. Gray • John Hall • John W. Leeper • Michael McMorris • James Pembleton • Thomas P. Powell • Joseph B. Roy • James Ryerson • John A. Travis • Zopher Wilson

Company E
Serg. John J. Scott • Corp. William J. Dailey • Corp. George C. Godfrey • Corp. William H. Howell • Corp. Austin
124th Regiment New York Infantry Volunteers - Eastern Footer Plaque image. Click for full size.
By Pete Skillman, September 16, 2012
4. 124th Regiment New York Infantry Volunteers - Eastern Footer Plaque
W. Lamoreaux • Corp. Adam W. Miller • Corp. John Scott • Lewis W. Baxter • William L. Dougherty • Isaac Ferguson • Jonathan Force • Willis Furman • Zebulon Hallock • Hezekiah Harris • Charles C. Haxton • Joseph H. Johnson • Philetus Loomis • William MacKay • James B. Moores • Charles Newell • James N. Parsons • John H. Service • John C. Staples • John W. Taylor • Miles Vance • Horace Wheeler

(eastern footer plaque)
Died for the Union
Company F
Captain Edward J. Carmick • 1st Serg. John D. Drake • Col. Corp. Orlando U. Knapp • Corp. Alfred S. Barkley • Corp. William W. Decker • Henry B. Appelman • Harry R. Brodhead • William V.C. Carmer • Martin Covel • Isaac G. Gillson • Sanford L. Gordon • Peter A.F. Hanaka • William H.H. Hunt • Thomas H. Jeffrey • Bernard F. Kean • John G. Ogg • Amsey W. Quick • Jesse Terwilliger • David Titsworth • Ira Wilcox

Company G
Captain Isaac Nicoll • Serg. Isaac Decker • Serg. Frederick F. Wood • Serg. Sanford T. Estabrook • Walter Barton • Grant B. Benjamin • Garrett H. Bennett • William Campbell • William E. Cannon • John Chambers • George W. Coleman • John H.H. Conklin • Thomas Corbett • Charles T. Cornelius • William D. Dawkins • Nelson De Groat • David W. De Witt • Cyrenus Giles • William Hawxhurst • Peter Higgins • Eli Hughes • Oliver Miller • Napoleon B.
124th Regiment New York Infantry Volunteers - Northern Footer Plaque image. Click for full size.
By Pete Skillman, September 16, 2012
5. 124th Regiment New York Infantry Volunteers - Northern Footer Plaque
Odell • Isaac W. Parker • Nathan W. Parker • William Rake • James Roke • John H. White • Joseph Vradenburgh

(northern footer plaque)
Died for the Union
Company H
Captain David Crist • Lieut. Henry Gowdy • 1st Serg. John Rowland • 1st Serg. William H. Cox • Serg. Aldert R. Rhinehart • Serg. George Butters • Color Corp. Wm. L. Fairchild • Corp. Howland W. Davis • Corp. Benjamin Dutcher • Corp. Chester Judson • Corp. David Mould • Angus Carman • Van Keuren Crist • James Crist • Joseph W. Delemater • Lyman Fairchild • Charles A. Foster • George O. Fuller • John Hatch • William S.M. Hatch • James E. Homan • Edward Hunter • Robert MacKiney • Charles A. McGregor • Charles Seaman • William Shelp • Charles Timerson

Company I
Lieut. Milner Brown • Serg. Abraham T. Vanderlyn • Serg. Wilson Wygant • Corp. William Wallace • Cornelius S. Allen • James A. Benton • Cortland Bodine • James R. Collins • James Cooper • Giles Curran • William Edgar • Charles Edwards • William Hamilton • David Hepper • Henry Losey • William Moore • James Partington • William C. Warren • William Whan • Joseph P. Wightman • George Wygant

Company K
Captain William A. Jackson • Lieut. Jacob Denton • 1st Serg. Winfield W. Parsons • Serg. Watson W. Ritch • Serg. Daniel E. Webb • Corp. Isaac Decker
124th Regiment New York Infantry Volunteers - Western Upper Plaque image. Click for full size.
By Pete Skillman, September 16, 2012
6. 124th Regiment New York Infantry Volunteers - Western Upper Plaque
• Corp. William H. Faulkner • Corp. Ambrose S. Holbert • Corp. John C. Vermilye • James H. Brush • John Carroll • Gordon B. Cox • James Cranston • Solomon Davenport • Samuel Lewis • James T. Losey • Alanson W. Miller • Nathan B. Mullen • Anthony Price • George Randall • John M. Stalbird • George H. Stephens • John Wallace

(western upper plaque)
Erected by Hon. Thomas W. Bradley, M.C., in memory of his comrades of the 124th New York Infantry who died in the service of their country

Presented by Colonel Charles H. Weygant in the name of the donor and of the regiment to the people of Orange County

Accepted for the people by John J.E. Harrison, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors of Orange County, and by Captain Robert B. Hock, President of the Village of Goshen, September 5, 1907.

"Stand by the flag! Immortal heroes bore it through sulphurous smoke, deep moat, and armed defence; and their imperial shades still hover o'er it. A guard celestial from omnipotence."
 
Erected 1907 by Hon. Thomas W. Bradley.
 
Topics. This memorial is listed in this topic list: War, US Civil.
 
Location. 41° 24.166′ N, 74° 19.261′ W. Marker is in Goshen, New York, in Orange County. Memorial is at the intersection of Main Street
124th Regiment New York Infantry Volunteers Monument image. Click for full size.
By Pete Skillman, September 16, 2012
7. 124th Regiment New York Infantry Volunteers Monument
(New York State Route 207) and Park Place, on the right when traveling north on Main Street. Touch for map. Marker is in this post office area: Goshen NY 10924, United States of America. Touch for directions.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Lawyer's Row (within shouting distance of this marker); Orange County Community College (within shouting distance of this marker); Historic Track (within shouting distance of this marker); Goshen Half-ShireTown (within shouting distance of this marker); 1841 Courthouse (within shouting distance of this marker); In Memory of the Patriots (within shouting distance of this marker); Claudius Smith (within shouting distance of this marker); President Ulysses S. Grant (about 400 feet away, measured in a direct line). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Goshen.
 
 
Credits. This page was last revised on August 13, 2021. It was originally submitted on August 9, 2021, by Pete Skillman of Port Deposit, Maryland. This page has been viewed 99 times since then. Photos:   1, 2, 3, 4, 5. submitted on August 9, 2021, by Pete Skillman of Port Deposit, Maryland.   6. submitted on August 13, 2021, by Pete Skillman of Port Deposit, Maryland.   7. submitted on August 9, 2021, by Pete Skillman of Port Deposit, Maryland. • Bernard Fisher was the editor who published this page.

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