Belfast in Allegany County, New York — The American Northeast (Mid-Atlantic)
Belfast Civil War Monument
[right] Sixth New York Cavalry
1st Lieut. John Muldoon; Lieut. Franklin Saunders
93rd. New York Infantry
Capt. John Sherwood
[column 1] ADSIT, Ansil; EMERY, Miles A.; EMERY, David; FAIRCHILD, Jas.; MOORE, Wm. W.; RAWSON, M.; ROYCE, Joshua; SHERMAN, Jas. W.; SHEELEY, Geo.; VAN CAMPEN, E.; VAN CAMPEN, Wm.; VAN CAMPEN, H.; WHEELER, Isaac P.; QUINTON, Jas.; ORCUTT, John E.; ANGEL, Floyd; ACKLEY, James; BURLINGAME, H.; BENJAMIN, Chas.; BROWN, Oakley; CRAWORD, Jos.; CRAWFORD, R.; [offset] CRANDALL, Delos
[column 2] ELLIS, Royal W.; FINCH, David; FRANCE, Orrin R.; FORD, Sidney A.; GEASON, J.J.; GALVIN, John J.; HOPPER, Chas.; HITCHINGS, E. R.; HITCHINGS, F.; HILLS, Alfred; HANKS, Andrus P.; LANG, Alexander; LANG, Alex. Jr.; LEONARD, Owen; MOORE, Samuel; McCRACKEN, Wm.; MUNSON, Jirah; MILLETT, John; McKEE, Jas. D.; ORCUTT, Lemuel; PARSHALL, Lott; [offset] PARSHALL, Arthur
[column 3] PARSHALL, Luke; QUINTON, John; DENIO, Frank; RAYMOND, Jas.; RAFTER, Jas.; RICHARDSON, C.L.; RICHARDSON, J,; RUSSELL, T.W.;
[rear] Enlisted from Allen, N.Y.
Capt. Robert R. Seely
Corpl. Silas S. Seely
Pleasant Hill, LA. April 9, 1864
Winchester, VA. Sept. 19, 1864
[column 1] ABBY, David B.; ABBY, Gehial H.; ABY, Wm. H.; BACON, Edward; BARBER, John; BEAN, Wm.; BERNARD, Oliver; BERLISON, Samuel; BOGARDUS, John P.; BOSS, John H. Jr.; BOSS, Stephen P.; BOSS, Thos. W.E.; BOTSFORD, Erwin M.; BRADLEY, Chas. N.; BRADLEY, Zenas; BROWN, Marvin; CHAMBERLAIN, J.M.; CHAMBERLAIN, R.H.; CHAMBERLAIN, S.A.; CHASE, John P.; CLARK, Joel; COLE, Geo. H.; COX, David M.; CUDDEBEC, C.L.;
[column 2] DAVIS, Geo. W.; DAVIS, Henry H.; DEAN, Albert A.; DORY, Albert; DORY, John; FRANKLIN, G.J.; FRANKLIN, J.E.; GLODEN, John L.; GRAY, Wm.; GRUMMOND, D.H.; HALL, Hiram; HOOKER, Reuben; JOHANNES, A.; JOHNSON, Nelson; JOHNSON, Loren; JOHNSON, Silas; JOMES, John A.; KELLOGG, A.C.; KIMBALL, Robt.; KING, Robt W.; LUTHER, Frank C.; LILLY, John; LILLY, Aaron; LILLY, Fredk.; MARION, Ezra T.; MERRIT, Henry F.
[column 3] NEWVILLE, E.P.; NEWVILLE, J.A.; NEWVILLE, J.M.; NEWVILLE, J.V.; ROTCH, Chas. R.; RUSSELL, T.R.; SABIN, John B.; SCHRODER, H.; SMITH, Varius Q.; SNIDER, M.W.; SPENCER, Lyman; TAYLOR,
[left] First New York Dragoons
Col. Thos. J. THORPE
Lieut. Col. Rufus SCOTT
Capt. Jeremiah HATCH
Capt. Alex. K. THORPE
1st. Lieut. Chas. ALFORD
Lieut. Oscar HENNIG
[column 1] ATHERTON, Warren W.; BABCOCK, Gilbert G.; BURLINGAME, Albert; CRAWFORD, Malachi; CRANDALL, Alanson B.; McALLISTER, Crawford; FIX, John R.; FAIRCHILD, Benjamin; FAIRCHILD, Wm.; FAIRCHILD, Dallas; FORD, Charles; GLEASON, Lewis; HATCH, Clarence B.; HYDE, Lorenzo D.; HOPPER, Albert; HOES, John B.; MILLER, Conrad
[column 2] JENNINGS, Chas.; KNOWLTON, Wm.; LEAKE, Wm.; LEAKE, Albert; LEWIS, Charles; PETRIE, Wm. G.; PEAVY, Sylvester; PHILLIPS, Geo. I.; QUINTON, Albert F.; RAFTER, Mathias; RACE, George W.; RACE, Abraham V.; ROYCE, Nathaniel C.; STANTON, Lyman; SHIPPEE, John W.; SISSON, Albert T.; SEELY, James C.;
[column 3] WINDSOR, Henry C.; WORDEN, Adelbert J.; ARMSTRONG, Silas; WHITE, John M.; PAGE, Dewitt; PAGE, Lewis E.; ALDRICH, Leonard; KINNY, J. Eaton; KELLY, Willard; KELLY, Henry; HERKERMER, W. Earl; McINTOSH, John; SHUART, Chas. D.; WELLS, Gardner; VANGORDER, John
COMSTOCK, M.V.; REEBORN, M.D.; MARSH, H.P.;
Topics. This monument and memorial is listed in this topic list: War, US Civil.
Location. 42° 20.621′ N, 78° 6.685′ W. Marker is in Belfast, New York, in Allegany County. Memorial is at the intersection of Main Street (New York State Route 19) and East Hughes Street (County Route 26), on the left when traveling south on Main Street. Monument is located at the center of a square green space between Merton Ave and E Hughes St along Main St NY-19). Touch for map. Marker is in this post office area: Belfast NY 14711, United States of America. Touch for directions.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 6 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. Township of Belfast World War I Memorial (within shouting distance of this marker); Belfast World War II, Korean Conflict, Vietnam Memorial (within shouting distance of this marker); Caneadea Historic Camelback Bridge (approx. 3˝ miles away); a different marker also named Caneadea Historic Camelback Bridge (approx. 3˝ miles away); The Town of Angelica (approx. 5.6 miles away); Original Court House (approx. 5.6 miles away); Major Moses Van Campen (approx. 5.6 miles away); In A.D. 1918 (approx. 5.9 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Belfast.
Also see . . .
1. Belfast Civil War Monument. Allegany County Historical Society (Submitted on July 31, 2014.)
2. Belfast, NY, Allegany County, Civil War Veteran List (pdf file). (Submitted on July 31, 2014.)
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