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United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 100th (1862-1865)

Includes minutes from annual reunions (1911-1951); general membership records and correspondence kept by the secretary; some materials related to veterans of 8th N.Y. Heavy Artillery Regiment; clippings related to the organization's activities; and official documents, including a muster roll (Co. B, 1865) and appointment of Edwin Nichols as Captain, 1864.

Box-folder 3.2
  • Consolidated Provision Return for 20th Regiment, N.Y.S.M.; February 16-28; March 1-10; March 11-20; March 21, 31, 1863
  • Special Requisition for 20th Regiment: (Lieutenant Freligh) February 17, 27 (2 copies), 1863; Also March 17, 1863 (not approved - in triplicate)
  • Note regarding Hospital Fund (Captain Benedict) February 28, 1863
  • Provision Return (Hospital): 20th Regiment; March 1-5, March 6-10, March 11-15, March 16-20, March 21-25, and March 26-31, 1863
Box-folder 3.4
  • General Order #36: Farewell Address Of Colonel Adrian Root (94th Regiment) to 3rd Brigade of 2nd Division, 1st Army Corps, May 21, 1863
  • Soldier's Power Of Attorney; affidavit of absent Soldier voters: Colonel Adrian Root, of 94th Regiment, Nov. l, 1864
  • Muster -Out Rolls of Captain Orlo Mason (Company A);Captain Dexter Sears (Company B); Captain Chauncey Kilbarn (Company C); Captain Jos. Mollison (Company D); Captain Charles Parker (Company E); Captain Augustus Fields (Company F); Captain Walter Chester (Company G); Lieut, James Thomas (Company H); Captain C. V. Mesler (Company I); Captain Michael Leonard (Company K); Field and Staff, Colonel Adrian Root, , July, 1865
Box-folder 3.5
  • Letter from Major E. Po Chapin of 44th Regiment, May, 1862 [Manuscript enclosed as miscellaneous materials
  • Contribution to Ellsworth's Assn. of N.Y.S. to organize People's Regiment (44th) in honor of late Colonel Ellsworth, no date
  • Provision Return (35th Regiment):February 7-28, 1863
  • Signatures of Corporal Commanders, February 12, 1863 [Presented to B.H.S. by George Wright, Lt. 35th Regiment]
  • Special Requisition for 35th Regiment - no date [duplicate Copy]
  • Special Requisition for Lieutenant Bingham, 23rd Regiment, March 27, 1863
  • Muster - Out Roll of Captain George Baker's Company D, 74th Regiment, August 3, 1863
  • Payment claims due Mrs. John Dennison (husband war prisoner - 155th Regiment), October 11, 1864 [Manuscript enclosed as miscellaneous material]
  • Proof of death of pensioner, Sarah Krein (husband in 33rd Regiment); no further interest in pension claim of guardian: County Clerks Office, May 21, 1866
  • Letter to C. L. Dayton [from Enrolling Officer, Captain E. B. Miller, regarding delinquents in 98th Regiment, October 1866
Box-folder 4.1
  • Supplies In Possession of Captain H. Hascall, Company I, 1st Regiment Artillery, August, 1861
  • First Regiment Artillery (Light; Veteran) Muster - Roll' of Battery I (Captain Michael Wiedrick), October 16, 1861 [Manuscripts enclosed as miscellaneous material
  • Letters to Brig. General A. V. Steinwehr from Captain Michael Wiedrick, regarding report of Battery's action: May 10 and July 1, 2, and 3 at Gettysburg, 1863 [Manuscripts en- " closed as miscellaneous material]
  • Civil War Record of 2nd Lieutenant Jacob Schenkelberger, 1st Regiment, Battery I, Light Artillery (186_?)
  • Subscription Lists of Contributors to Wiedrick's Battery Fund to enable veterans to attend dedication of monument at Gettysburg, April, 1889 [Manuscripts enclosed as miscellaneous material]
Box-folder 4.3
  • Pass to Samuel Wilkeson from Secretary of War Cameron (August 1861) and General Winfield Scott (September 1861) [Manuscripts enclosed as miscellaneous material - duplication]
  • Soldier's Power of Attorney and affidavit envelope for absent voters (Soldiers): Samuel H. Wilkeson, 11th Cavalry Regiment, October 1862 [Duplication of Manuscript]
  • Members of New York Delegation in Congress request 10th New York Cavalry be mounted, April 24, 1862
  • Special Order #25 to Colonel James Savage (12th New York Cavalry)defining duties of his troops Folder #3 in North Carolina, May 7, 1865 [Manuscript enclosed]
  • Special Order #32 to Major R. Taylor (12th New York Cavalry) regarding information of Home Guard Organizations in Halifax and Northampton Counties (North Carolina) by order of Colonel James Savage, May 23, 1865
  • Orders to Major R. M. Taylor (12th New York Cavalry) from Colonel James regarding duties in area under his command June 9, 1865
  • Request from W. Holden to Major General Cox for ammunition for county police in Halifax and Northampton Counties, June 26, 1865
  • Order to Muster out of service Major R. M. Taylor's command (12th New York Cavalry) also commendation for his services from Brig. General Thomas Heath, July 26, 1865
  • Letter to President Andrew Johnson from Mayor William Fargo (Buffalo) regarding Major R. M. Taylor's request for clemency for soldiers, October 26, 1865
Box-folder 4.2
  • Morning Report Book of 27th New York Light Battery, 1862-1865
  • John B. Eaton's History of 27th Battery (Captain Eaton in command) New York Light Artillery, April, 1888 [Manuscripts enclosed as miscellaneous material]
  • Roster of Commissioned Officers of 27th Independent Battery of New York light Artillery prepared by Captain John B. Eaton, March, 1889; Muster - Out Roll of 12th Independent Battery Light Artillery - Captain Charles A. Clark, June, 1865; History of 12th New York Battery by Charles A. Clark - no date [All above material gift of Charles A. Clark, March, 1908]
  • Letter to Mr. F. H. Severance of B.H.S. from Charles A. Clark (Lt. 27th Battery; Later Captain 12th Battery) regarding donation of material. March 18, 1908 [Enclosure]