Lowville in Lewis County, New York — The American Northeast (Mid-Atlantic)
Lewis County Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument
(Top) - Erected 1883
(Base) - FIVE FORKS
South side names:
L. Madrid Thomas Allen Joseph Butts A.W. Allen Seth Squires Fred. Koster John Major William Barnes A. Dunaway C.H. Perkins M. Sprague B.Sprague H. Sherman J.P. Case N. Patchin A. Wetmore H.J. Wetmore G. Wiseman G. Hubbell J. Sawyer H.S. Pitcher Alonzo Post J. Scrafford James Brown George Brown A.S. Scoville William Cook Edwin Morris John Pierce Luke Burns J.H. Clark F. H. Savoy G. Harvey H. Turgan J. Lief M.E. Thayer H.M. Dailey D.E. Laupher J.E. Laupher Levi Hough John Harvey Henry Martin Thomas Dickinson J.R. Lane H.S. Thomas
(Base) - ANTIETAM
East side names (upper list):
Lieutenant A.W. Coe Jeremiah J. Plopper A.J. Carber Luther Miller William R. Rathburn O.A. Hoyt William McRae George C. Leonard Nath. Thompson Walter Utley George W. Patten Milo Tuttle William H. Hartley Henry D. Rittis G.J. Neibergall Hiram J. Green Jeff. D. Seymour Howard W. Arthur J.H. Comer William McCullock Jr. J.H. Putnam Albert E. Ebble Clark S. Searl Morris H. Arthur Jacob Morse Chas. Garnsey Jeff. Seckner Albert William Nelson Seckner Clinton A. Blinn L.L.
East side names (lower list):
George Brownell P. Gorma R.I. Herrington George Phelps Reuben F. Walter Jas. M. Crane William B. Hubbard Dwight Moyer Joseph Verney Edward Cook R.D. Cratzenburg Nelson Stone J.G. Keig C.J. Thomas Chas. C. Bowman Lewis Higby L.W. Bates James Bates W.M. Wilson Joseph Devendorf John C. Bush Danford Streeter John Lynch Jr. S.O. Cook Chas. S. Martin A.M. Woodard Jonathan Peak M.A. Wilkins Jerome D. Brooks James R. French Chas. A. French William Rotherell William C. Pease D.W. Peebles David Crast Lewis Weed John Peak E.A. Deakin Hiram Tousley George Stephens John N. Back N. Kirschner Joseph Holach Nich. Harmon Francis Murphy
(Middle) - On Fames Eternal camping ground, their silent tents are spread, and Glory guards with solemn round the Bivouac of the Dead
(Base) - GETTYSBURG
North side (upper list):
Lieut. Ezra T. Hartley Lieut. Carlos D. Stevens Lieut. Oscar Bingham Lieut. Geo. Peeler
North side names (lower list):
F. Rhodes Edward R. Duff Miles Peck L.L. Ward W.I. Cornwell Fred
(Base) - WILDERNESS
The Lewis County Soldiers' and Sailor's Monument is inscribed with the names of Lewis County residents who served in the American Civil War, and several of the battles in which they fought. Erected in 1883, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2009.
West side names (upper list):
Colonel Guilford D. Bailey Captain C.T. Mullin Assistant Surgeon James S. Bradish
West side names (middle list):
Andrew A. Talcott L.H. Sage O.S. Post Oliver Pitcher John A. Bray Chas. E. Lathrop L. Wright M. Lassell J.M. Lawrence Chas. F. Richter Dan. Roberts A.H. Richter George W. Bennett Michael Carlin H. Weller John Hanley Henry F. Beals Edwin Higby C.S. Morton Theo. Shultz E.E. Durfey L.G. Graves Luther Lasher
West side names (lower list):
Charles Wilder Albert H. Ellis Nelson Burr Conrad Sauer Robert M. Lyle F.I. Florida William R. Townsend M. Mullally Irwin Sabin P. McGoldrick Augustus Geier L. Hopseeker W.S. Strickland Asahel Gloyd Chas. Hoffman Matthew Larkins Elijah Roberts Sylvanus Hall Reuben S. Puffer Andrew J. Hills Jesse Post Edward Tye Levi Rockwell Cornelius Babcock Michael Howard John Smith Hazelam Edgehill John Purcey Monroe A. Hall Charles Clobridge Thorn Allen Edward L. Higby John Loftis Daniel Durney John Dunbar Sebastian Gonya Orsemius Porte M. Marway Nicholas Habriger Abraham Dike Noah Dike Bartley Cauley Chas. F. Mager Henry Crofoot Mordecai Gallup
Location. 43° 47.454′ N, 75° 29.734′ W. Marker is in Lowville, New York, in Lewis County. Marker is at the intersection of North State St (State Highway 26) and County Road 14, on the Touch for map. Monument is located in a small park at the intersection in front of the historic Lowville Presbyterian Church. Marker is in this post office area: Lowville NY 13367, United States of America.
Other nearby markers. At least 3 other markers are within 12 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. Stone Church (within shouting distance of this marker); Greystone Manor (approx. 3.9 miles away); Copenhagen Civil War Memorial (approx. 11.3 miles away).
Also see . . . 2013 Monument Removal, Restoration and Replacement. The Lewis County Historical Society documented the restoration of this monument in this 14 minute video of still photographs. (Submitted on November 7, 2013.)
1. Marker restored and returned.
About 2 weeks after the Lowville's monument photos were taken,the monument was dismantled and taken to Ohio's McKay Lodge for restoration. Thursday Nov. 29th 2013 the monument was returned and erected by 1 pm. The restored monument is now in excellent condition.
— Submitted December 4, 2012, by Charlotte M. Beagle of Lowville, New York.
Categories. • War, US Civil •
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