123rd New York Volunteer Infantry

1862 - 1865



Roster - Company C



Whitehall

Whitehall raised eighty-five men for the 123rd regiment, and was the third town to send a company to the rendezvous at Salem, taking third position -- Co. C. this town was not wanting in patriotism, and appropriated means to fill every call for troops. Co. C. was paid a County bounty of $4275, any state bounty of the same.


Commissioned Officers

Tanner, Adolphus H. - was the first Captain of the company. Date commissioned, Sept. 10, 1862; day of rank, August 17, 1862. Promoted Major May 12, 1863; promoted Lt. Col. November 19, 1864; wounded at Dallas, Ga.; discharged with regiment. Was elected to Congress in 1868.

Wallace, George H. - was the second Captain of the company. Date of commission, Oct. 15,1863; date of rank, May 12, 1863 resigned Jan. 11, 1864.

Warren, Hiram O. - was the third Captain of the company, been promoted from Co. K.. Date of commission March 15, 1864; date of rank Jan. 12, 1864; discharged with regiment.

Warner, Walter G. - was the first 1st lieutenant. Date of commission, Sept. 10, 1862; date of rank Aug. 14, 1862; detached on General Paul's staff; resigned February 11, 1863; died since the war.

Corbett, John C. - was the first Second Lieutenant; date of commission, Sept. 10, 1862; date of rank Aug. 14, 1862; killed at Chancellorsville and buried on the field.

Carrington, Luke H. - was the second Second Lieutenant, promoted from Orderly Sergeant. Date of commission May 22, 1865; date of rank May 3, 1863; was military conductor.; discharged with regiment.


Non-Commissioned Officers

Farrel, R. W. - Sergeant; wounded at Chancellorsville; discharged with regiment.

Gillette, Leonard S. - Corporal; promoted Sergeant; killed at Chancellorsville.

Hillard, Nicolas - Orderly Sergeant; discharge with regiment.

Hollister, John C. - Corporal; discharged with regiment.

Hutton, William, Jr. - promoted to Sergeant; wounded at Peachtree Creek while carrying the colors; Died in hospital from wounds; buried there.

Johnson, Michael - Sergeant; deserted when regiment reached Washington.

Kinney, Patrick - promoted to corporal; discharged with regiment.

Manville, Orville - Corporal; wounded at Chancellorsville; detached to Invalid Corps; promoted to hospital steward. Honorably discharged at close of war.

Morhous, Henry C. - Sergeant; discharged with regiment.

Mosher, Abram - Corporal; discharged soon after enlistment.

Penfield, E. S. - Corporal; discharged with regiment.

Smith, John C. - promoted to corporal; discharged with a regiment.

Vananden, John - Corporal; discharged with regiment.

Wrangham, Thomas J. - Corporal; promoted Sergeant; discharged with regiment.

Wright, George - Corporal; killed at Chancellorsville.


Privates

Allen, Joseph Willard - discharged with regiment.

Allen, William H., killed at Peachtree Creek.

Barrett, Joseph - recruit; transferred to 60th N.Y. regiment; drowned in Lake Champlain since the war.

Beatty, George H. - discharged with regiment.

Black, George S. - wounded at Chancellorsville; discharged with regiment.

Blanchard, Hiram C. - discharged with regiment. After war became editor of the Fort Edward Gazette.

Bogart, Joseph - discharged for disability.

Bourden, Mark - deserted at Fairfax Station, Virginia.

Brannock, George - discharged with regiment.

Bryan, Thomas - discharged for disability.

Buell, Andrew A. - on detached duty; promoted Lieutenant; did not report for muster.

Butler, Winfield - discharged with regiment.

Carle, John - wounded at Chancellorsville; discharged with regiment.

Carroll, James - discharged for disability.

Clemons, Henry - discharged or disability.

Cook, Pascal L. - wounded at Chancellorsville; discharged with regiment.

Crow, Edward - discharged with regiment

Crowley, James - discharged with regiment.

Crowley, Michael - wounded at Gettysburg and discharged for disability.

Cull, Frank - killed at Chancellorsville.

Cull, Jed. - discharged with regiment.

Day, Edward B. - discharged with regiment.

Dilts, Joseph H. - died in hospital at Harper's Ferry.

Donahue, Charles - died in hospital at Atlanta, Ga.; buried there.

Douglas, John - wounded at Chancellorsville; discharged with regiment.

Earls, James W., Jr. - supposed to have drowned in the Ohio River while returning from a furlough.

Forget, George - discharged for disability.

Foster, William - discharged with regiment.

Holt, William - killed at Chancellorsville; buried on the field.

Horton, George - discharged with a regiment.

Huntington, Wesley P. - killed at Gettysburg; buried there.

Hurlburt, James - discharged with regiment.

Johnson, Henry F. - wounded at Chancellorsville; discharged with regiment; died since the war.

Kelley, Thomas - discharged with a regiment.

Killgallon, James - wounded twice at Chancellorsville; discharged for disability.

King, Louis - deserted at Fairfax Station, Virginia.

Knowles, George D. - discharged with regiment.

Lamb, George W. - Teamster; discharged with regiment; died in 1878.

Lamb, William P. - wounded at Chancellorsville; promoted Lieutenant of U.S. Colored Regiment; discharged; after the war resided in New York.

Leet, Charles - recruit; transferred to 60th N.Y. regiment.

Leonard, George H. - killed at Chancellorsville; buried on the field.

Leonard, Nathan - supposed to have been killed at Chancellorsville.

Manning, John W. - discharged with regiment.

McCarty, Thomas - discharged with regiment; died since the war.

Meatt, Napoleon - discharged for disability.

Moon, Franklin - wounded at Chancellorsville; died since the war.

Morris, Charles W. - discharged with regiment.

Norton, Charles H. - discharged for disability; died at home.

O'Connor, Daniel - discharged with regiment.

O'Reilly, James - discharged with regiment.

Pardo, Horace - discharged with regiment.

Price, Joseph - discharged with regiment.

Rose, Charles - deserted at Fairfax Station, Virginia.

Sager, David H. - killed at Chancellorsville; buried on the field.

Scott, Richard - discharged with regiment.

Sears, John, Jr. - died in hospital at Savannah; buried there.

Sherman, James J. - wounded at Chancellorsville twice; discharged with regiment; drowned in Lake Champlain since the war.

Shields, Daniel - discharged for disability.

Smith, -- -- - recruit; transferred to 60th N.Y. regiment.

Stevenson, William - recruit; transferred to 60th N.Y. regiment.

Tafft, Andrew J. - discharged with regiment.

Tafft, Henry N. - discharged with regiment.

Tafft, Hiram A. - discharged with regiment.

Tafft, Hiram, Jr. - wounded at Chancellorsville; discharged with regiment; drowned in Lake Champlain in 1878.

Terrill, Richard - discharged with regiment.

Tigh, Michael - discharged for disability.

Thompson, Nathan - wounded at Chancellorsville; discharged with the regiment.

Wells, George D. - discharged with the regiment.

Whitney, Edson - musician; died in hospital at Harper's Ferry.

Whitton, Joseph - taken prisoner while foraging; discharged with the regiment; drowned since the war.

Wilson, Andrew - discharged with the regiment.

Winn, George R. - wounded at Bentonville, N.C.; discharged with the regiment.



Information compiled by Bob Farrell.

   


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