Heroes of Albany
THE HEROES OF ALBANY: A Memorial of the Patriot-martyrs of the City and County of Albany, who Sacrificed Their Lives During the Late War in Defense of Our Nation 1861-1865, with a View of what was Done in the County to Sustain the United States Government; and Also Brief Histories of the Albany regiments.
- By Rufus Wheelwright Clark, Published by S.R. Gray, 1866; 886 pgs.
Heroes of Albany is available on line at the Cornell University Library Digital Collection.
Hilltowns men in Heroes of Albany
Rensselaerville men in Heroes of Albany
- Barton, David died at Key West of typhoid fever
- Barton, Charles F. brother of David, died at Key West with fever
- Evans, Charles Swaine Lt. wounded at Cold Harbor, died age 24 of wounds in hospital.
- Finch, Isaac E. Pvt., killed in the battle of Tolopotomy Creek age 21
- Fish, Lester Nathan Pvt. captured at Petersburg, died age 20 at Andersonville
- Holmes, Edmund captured at Petersburg died at Andersonville
- Rider, John died a prisoner at Lynchburg VA
- Schermerhorn, George W. Pvt., died in CW age 22
- Swartout, Alexander fate is unknown
- Swartout, George died of typhoid fever at Falmouth, Virginia
- Van Wie, George Pvt., Died of disease as a result of imprisonment at Andersonville
Berne men in Heroes of Albany
- Ball, Lucias E. killed in the battle at Cold Harbor
- Bell, Edmund killed in action at Port Hudson
- Bell, William H. Died of disease at Fort Reno
- Bogardus, Charles B. killed at Cold Harbor
- Bogardus, William H., brother of Charles, was in the battle of Cold Harbor, taken prisoner, and died in Salisbury Prison, N. C.
- Canull, John Henry killed at Petersburg
- Canull, William Harrison died of typhoid in Baltimore.
- Cornwell, Leonard killed at Gettysburg
- Haight, Jasper died at Fortress Monroe
- Hammond, James H. killed at Gettysburg
- Havens, William wounded on picket duty at foot at Petersurg and died in a hospital following the amputation of his leg
- Hayes, Azor T. Killed in action at the Battle of the Wilderness
- Lyon, John Died of typhoid fever.
- McCarty, Timothy Accidentlly drowned before mustering in.
- Merrihew, Orville A. died at Millen prison
- Miller, Addison B. killed in action near Fredericksburg
- Northrup, Joseph B. Accidentally drowned before mustering in.
- Ostrom, Cyrus was killed in battle at Port Hudson
- Post, William A. killed in battle at Cold Harbor
- Stalker,William H. Died of wounds and disease in Washington
- Steiner, Chauncey A. died while a prisoner at Andersonville
- Taylor, John died in a hospital in Baltimore
- Van Deusen, Daniel died at Port Hudson
- Warner, George H. died at home of disease from his service
- Warner, Peter William died of starvation in prison at Andersonville
- Wilday, Hiram wounded in action at Petersburg and died a few days later
- Wilson, Joel died of disease
- Wood, James Edgar died of consumption
- Wood, Jesse D. died of disease at Port Hudson
- Wright, Carpenter N. died of disease
Knox men in Heroes of Albany
- Allen, Henry W. was mortally wounded at Petersburg
- Bandy, Joseph N.Died of disease at Andersonville Prison.
- Barckley, Michael Henry Lt., wounded at Cold Harbor and died as a result.
- Campbell, Adam captured at Reams Station, died Salisbury
- Crounse, John Quincy Adams died from an illness
- Quay, Lewis W. Cpl. died of typhoid fever.
- Quay, Paul Sgt. Died of disease as a result of imprisonment at Andersonville Prison and Millen Prison
- Roach, Isaac J. Cpl. Died of typhoid fever at Camp Butterfield, VA
- Secor, Gabriel was in battle at Fort McHenry, and died at Fort Federal Hill
- Smith, John died of typhoid fever in Baltimore, March 16, 1864
- Stevens, Peter H. Died at Andersonville Prison
Westerlo men in Heroes of Albany
- Barker, Thomas Westley aka Barker, Wesley Thomas
- Bowie, John Died of disease at Andersonville prison
- Craft, John B. aka Craft, John Blodget died of disease after being imprisoned at Andersonville and Millen
- Crawford, David H. killed in action at North Anna, VA
- Denison, Jesse during transport home for disability discharge, became critical and treated at Rochester, NY where he died.
- Holmes, Erastus Hamilton, Corporal died of disease after being imprisoned at Andersonville and Millen
- Holmes, James died of disease at Andersonville prison
- Lamoureaux, William Harrison killed in action at Petersburg
- Lawpaugh, Alfred aka LaPaugh, Alfred died of disease at Fort Reno
- Lockwood, Marcus D. died of disease at Andersonville prison
- Shoness, William aka Showers, William killed in action near Fredericksburg, VA
- Slater, Jacob Haines, Corporal died of wounds received in action at Petersburg VA
- Webb, James died of disease at Andersonville prison
- Willsey, David B. aka Wilsey, David died of disease at Andersonville prison
- Wooley, George C. aka Wolley, George died of disease at Andersonville prison
- Wright, John died at Washington, DC from wounds received in action