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Schermerhorn Genealogy and Family Chronicles:
Chapter IV: Descendants of Jacob Jacobse Schermerhorn (Part 5 of 5)

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[This information is from pp. 287-303 of Schermerhorn Genealogy and Family Chronicles by Richard Schermerhorn, Jr. (New York: Tobias A. Wright, Publisher, 1914).]

Eighth Generation

248

JACOB A., son of (202) Andrew Schermerhorn and Susan Dings; b. Jan. 12, 1832; d. Nov. 20, 1863; m. Dec. 17, 1851, RHODA E. KEELER.

Children:

249

WILLIAM HENRY, son of (202) Andrew Schermerhorn and Susan Dings; b. Nov. 26, 1838; d. Jan. 31, 1893; m. Sept. 14, 1861, LAURETTA BAME.

Children:

For a time William Henry Schermerhorn lived in Saratoga County, N. Y., but he later returned to Schodack, N. Y. He was in partnership with Ransen Gardinier of Schodack Landing, under the firm name of Gardinier & Schermerhorn, in an extensive freighting and commission business, until his death.

His son, William M., succeeded him in this same business, but about 1905 retired and returned to his father's farm, where he is now engaged in farming, and he pursues this business with such energy, ability and success that he is acknowledged a model farmer. He pays much attention to the raising of fine fruits and has one of the finest fruit and stock farms in this section of the country. He is one of the leading elders of the old Reformed Church at Muitzeskill.

250

REV. HARVEY ROGERS, son of (203) Jacob Schermerhorn and Sarah Lansing; b. Sept. 11, 1835; bp. in Schodack; m. June 18, 1862, in Schodack, MARY A. NEELY; b. Mch. 9, 1839.

Children:

The Rev. Harvey R. Schermerhorn is a clergyman and teacher. He was graduated from the New Brunswick Seminary, New Brunswick, N. J., in 1862, and in 1866 Rutgers College conferred on him the honorary degree of A. M. He was a School Commissioner in Hudson, N. Y., 1859-62, and from 1862 to 1867 was pastor of the Germantown Reformed Church at Germantown, N. Y. He was the first principal of Riverside Seminary, which position he held from 1864 to 1869. From 1869 to 1874 he was Principal of the Hudson Academy, Hudson, N. Y., and 1870-2 was pastor of the Reformed Church at Linlithgo, N. Y. He was also President of the Hudson Y. M. C. A. From 1876 to 1881 he was Professor of Rhetoric and Belles Lettres in the Central University of Iowa. In 1881 he became Principal of the Spencer Academy for the Choctaw Indians in Indian Territory, where he remained many years. The Choctaw Government had erected several new buildings at an expense of $20,000 for this, their most prosperous institution. The Rev. Harvey Schermerhorn had spent several years among this tribe of Indians during his early life. His present address is Hartshorne, Oklahoma.

James B. Schermerhorn, son of Harvey R., is Department Manager for Swift & Co., in Chicago, Ill.

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[Photo: original size (17K) | 4x enlarged (70K)] LOUIS YOUNGLOVE, son of (206) Barent C. Schermerborn and Catharine Witbeck; b. Nov. 18, 1840; d. Apr. 3, 1908; m. Dec. 4, 1866, ROMIE BOVIE DODS; b. Apr. 5, 1840, at Provincetown, Mass.; d. Oct. 31, 1898, at Troy, N. Y.

Children:

Louis Y. Schermerhorn was born at Greenwich, N. Y. He studied Civil Engineering at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute of Troy, N. Y., 1860-3, and was graduated, with the degree of C. E. from Union College, Schenectady, N. Y., in 1864. He engaged in railroad survey and construction in N. Y., and Ohio, 1864-66, and was Division Engineer on the construction of Prospect Park, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1866-69. He was Chief Engineer of the Riverside Improvement Company, Illinois, 1869-73, and was Chief Engineer of the Chicago and Great Western R. R., 1873-4. He was assistant Engineer on works of river and harbor improvement in Minnesota, Michigan, Wisconsin, New York, Vermont, Pennsylvania, New York & Delaware, 1874-91. He was a member of the U. S. Engineer Commission for the improvement of Wilmington Harbor, Delaware, in 1891, and was a member of the Engineer Commission for the Protection of Williamsport, Pa., against Floods, in 1895. He was a member of the Commission for the survey of the Canal Route between Philadelphia and New York in 1894, and from 1891 until his death was president of the American Dredging Co. of Philadelphia, a firm specializing in harbor improvement. He was President of the Engineers' Club of Philadelphia in 1898 and was a director of the Philadelphia Board of Trade from 1893 until his death. He was also a director of the Philadelphia Maritime Exchange from 1892 until his death, and had been a Member of the American Soc. of Civil Engineers since 1897.

Louis Y. Schermerhorn had a wide and varied career and for many years his professional duties required of him many changes of residence. Finally, settling in Philadelphia in 1891, he became president of a contracting firm and specializing in work in which his large experience had made him expert, his fortunes rose with the success of the firm. In his later days he thus reaped the results of the long years of untiring application, and obtained the proper recognition of his unquestionable ability. He was a prominent man in engineering circles; and particularly prominent in that branch of his profession connected with the improvement of rivers and harbors, and works of a character allied to this.

He was a gracious and kindly gentleman and while of dignified mien, was not possessed of the artificial formality which is so often associated with certain forms of so-called politeness. Louis Y. Schermerhorn was a gentleman of the old school, so few of them found in this day, and he was a representative Schermerhorn.

He made an extended study of the Schermerhorn Genealogy during the last decade or so of his life. With just so much precision as he gave to engineering problems, the same he gave to his genealogical researches, and his results as set forth in the brochure, published in 1903 and treating of his individual branch of the family and our common ancestor, is an able treatise. It has been of great assistance to the editor of this work, in framing his own material.

Holden B. Schermerhorn, eldest son of Louis Y., was graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1890, with degree of Ph.D. He immediately entered the Law School of the same University and was graduated with a degree of LL.B. in 1893. He is a member of the Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity. He practiced law in Philadelphia up to a few years ago and is now a resident of New York City. He has traveled extensively in Europe.

Rena Schermerhorn was graduated from Smith College in 1904, and now resides with her family at Syracuse, N. Y. She has four children, Romenia Schermerhorn, b. Sept. 5, 1904; Samuel Sidney, b. Feb. 13, 1906; Laura Shepard, b. Apr. 6, 1910, and Louis Y. Schermerhorn, b. May 6, 1912.

Alfred R. Schermerhorn was educated at the Hill School at Pottstown, Pa. He is at present Secretary of the Peters Co., of Philadelphia, Illustrators and Engravers.

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ALBERT C., son of (209) John B. Schermerhorn and Caroline Carpenter; b. Oct. 14, 1840; d. Oct. 29, 1902; m. Jan. 3, 1865, ELIZA M. DOUGAN.

Children:

Albert C. Schermerhorn served in the Civil War, enlisting at the first call for volunteers in New York. After his discharge in 1863 he went to Illinois where in the spring of 1864 he recruited a company. He enlisted again at the last call for one hundred days, with the rank of 2nd Lieutenant. After the war he engaged in business in Lostant until 1874, when he removed with his family to Barton County, Kans.

254

JONATHAN HOUGHTALING, son of (210) Cornelius Schermerhorn and Eleanor Houghtaling; b. Apr. 21, 1829; d. July 18, 1905; m. June 2, 1858, PHOEBE REBECCA VAN ORDEN; d. Apr. 19, 1910.

Children:

Frank B. Schermerhorn is bookkeeper for the Astoria Veneer Mills and Dock Co., Astoria, N. Y.

255

GILBERT MERRITT, son of (221) Ephraim B. Schermerhorn and Elizabeth Merritt; b. 1828; d. 1868; m. 1853, DRUSILLA A. BECKER; b. 1830; d. 1867.

Children:

Newton Schermerhorn resides in Evart, Mich. His two sons, Glen M. and Paul N., reside in Power, Montana.

256

GEORGE C., son of (221) Cornelius Schermerhorn and Mary Parks; b. Apr. 19, 1851, in Sand Lake, N. Y.; m. Jan. 24, 1883, in Penfield, N. Y., CLARA D. HAMMOND.

Children:

George C. Schermerhorn is a resident of Penfield, N. Y. He holds the office of Town Clerk.

Fanny J. Schermerhorn is a graduate of the Penfield and Fairport High Schools, and is now teaching school.

Edmund P. Schermerhorn is now engaged in mercantile pursuits. He is a graduate of Penfield High School and the University of Rochester, N. Y., Class of 1909, degree of A. B.

Charlotte E. Schermerhorn is a graduate of the Penfield and Fairport High Schools and Genesee, N. Y., Normal College, Class of 1912. She is now teaching school.

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JOHN EMMETT, son of (223) John N. Schermerhorn and Jeannette Rector; b. Feb. 9, 1854, in Duanesburgh, N. Y.; m. ELIZA DURFEE.

Children:

[Thanks to Ellie Schermerhorn for the information about her aunt Eleanor M.]

John E. Schermerhorn is a wholesale commission merchant in Schenectady. His son, Wellington B., is manager of F. W. Woolworth's Store at Plainfield, N. J., and Kirby is manager for the same company at Moline, Ill. George O. is manager for S. O. Kresge at Lynn, Mass. All of John E.'s children were born in Delanson, N. Y.

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REV. AVERY FOSTER, son of (225) William B. Schermerhorn and Susan Foster; b. Dec. 23, 1854, in Ellington, N. Y.; m. June 29, 1882, EVA A. MILLER.

Children:

Avery F. Schermerhorn was graduated from Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Mich., in 1882. In Dec., 1883, he was ordained as minister of the Gospel in the Free Baptist Denomination. In this calling he devoted 23 years of successful service, after which he returned with his family to his childhood home, Kennedy, N. Y., where he now resides. His daughters were all graduated from Bates College, Lewiston, Me., and have all been school teachers. Mrs. Frost sailed with her husband in the Autumn of 1911 to India, where her husband is now engaged in missionary work in Balasore, Orissa. Mildred Schermerhorn was graduated from Bates College in 1910 and is now teaching in the High School at Silver Creek, N. Y.

259

WILLIAM ATHERTON, son of (225) William B. Schermerhorn and Susan Foster; b. Mch. 2, 1856; m. Sept. 3, 1879, MARTHA J. SERVICE.

Children:

William A. Schermerhorn is a commercial traveler, residing at Warsaw, N. Y.

Carl S. Schermerhorn was graduated from Warsaw High School in 1899 and from Hamilton College in 1904, at the head of his class. He is at present a teacher of mathematics in Geneva, N. Y.

Edith L. Schermerhorn was graduated from Warsaw High School in 1902 and from the N. Y. State Normal and Training School, Buffalo, in 1904, and from the Mechanics Institute, Rochester, in 1912.

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LINDA DOWS, dau. of (225) William B. Schermerhorn and Susan Foster; b. Mch. 15, 1861; m. Jan. 8, 1885, GEORGE REX HIBNER.

Children:

Linda D. Schermerhorn was born in Ellington, N. Y. She was graduated from Chamberlain Institute, Randolph, N. Y., and attended Hillsdale College, Mich., for a period. She and her husband became pioneer teachers and homesteaders in Dakota. Frank S. Hibner was graduated from the Baker University Normal School in 1906 and later took a course at the Lawrence (Kansas) Business College, and at present is in business in Kansas City, Mo. Elsie H. and Minnie R. Hibner are both High School graduates with a later Normal School training, and both are now school teachers. Harvey R. Hibner operates the home farm at Lawrence, Kans.

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FREDERICK ELIJAH, son of (225) William B. Schermerhorn and Susan Foster; b. July 29, 1866; m. June 1, 1892, MYRA L. HITCHCOCK.

Children:

Frederick E. Schermerhorn is a merchant in Kennedy, Chautauqua County, N. Y. He was educated at Hillsdale College, Mich., and soon after became a Dakota homesteader, later returning to Kennedy, N. Y.

262

VAN NESS, son of (245) John C. Schermerhorn and Harriet M. Van Ness; b. Feb. 8, 1828; d. June 30, 1900; m. Oct. 1, 1853, MARTHA POST.

Children:

Van Ness Schermerhorn was the first of the brothers to go West. He took up agriculture and acquired one of the finest farms in Southern Michigan. His son, Frank T. B., is the proprietor of the "Fair" at Fort Worth, Texas. It is one of the leading department stores of the Southwest.

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WILLIAM TEN BROECK, son of (245) John C. Schermerhorn and Helen C. Van Ness; b. Mch. 18, 1835; d. Dec. 15, 1884; m. 1858, JANE ADELAIDE TERRY; d. Mch. 27, 1905; dau. of Horace and Emma Wood Terry.

Children:

William Ten Broeck Schermerhorn learned the printer's trade on the Palmyra (N. Y.) Sentinel; he set type in that office on the first Mormon Bible. He also worked on Utica, N. Y., and Troy, N. Y., newspapers and assisted in getting out the first issue of the Wayne Democratic Press of Lyons, N. Y. He went to Hudson, Mich., in 1858, and established the Hudson Gazette, which became a prosperous and influential newspaper under his guidance. The paper remained in the family 50 years. Mr. Schermerhorn was an acknowledged leader in the Democratic Party in Michigan.

James Schermerhorn was born in Hudson, Mich., his early education being obtained in the public schools at Hudson, and the preparatory department of Oberlin College. In 1884 he won a West Point cadetship in a competitive examination, but on account of the death of his father at the close of that year and the failing health of his elder brother, his resignation was made necessary, and he returned to Hudson to assist in the maintaining of the Hudson Gazette, his father's paper. He ran this paper until 1895, when he turned it over to his younger brothers. Soon after this he went to Detroit, and after five years' experience as advertising solicitor, reporter, Washington correspondent and editorial writer in Detroit, he established his own newspaper, calling it first To-Day, and later, The Times. The Times is a newspaper conducted with high journalist-ideals and is highly thought of in the community where it is well known. James Schermerhorn has been called to nearly every large city of the country to expound his conception of journalistic and advertising ethics. He has addressed the National Convention of the Associated Advertising Clubs of America several times, — at Louisville in 1909, in Boston in 1911 and in Dallas, Texas, in 1912. He is president of the Michigan Press Association, superintendent of the First Congressional Sunday School and member of the State Executive Committee of the Y. M. C. A. He holds the official position of president and general manager of the Detroit Times.

Ninth Generation

264

ANDREW J., son of (248) Jacob A. Schermerhorn and Rhoda E. Keeler; b. Nov. 1, 1853; m. Jan. 8, 1879, EMILY J. SHIBLEY.

Children:

Andrew J. Schermerhorn resides at Schodack Landing, Rensselaer County, N. Y. He is connected with the firm of Ransen Gardenier's Sons of Schodack, shipping and freight business. He is Captain of the Barge and business manager of the New York end of the commission business of the firm. His son, George S., is cashier of the National Exchange Bank of Castleton, N. Y.

265

CARRIE LAWRENCE, dau. of (250) Harvey R. Schermerhorn and Mary A. Neely; b. ————, 1865; m. June 16, 1886, P. J. MCCLURE; he d. Sept. 24, 1909.

Children:

Mrs. Carrie S. McClure is a resident of McAlester, Oklahoma. She is the owner and operator of a 500 acre ranch, three miles north of McAlester, and is very successful in her vocation.

Schodack Branch: Schermerhorn Public Office Holders

Judges, Magistrates

John W. Schermerhorn, Asst. Court Justice, Rensselaer Co., N. Y., 1791-1802. Daniel Schermerhorn, Judge in Junu Co., Wis., middle 1800s.

Members of State Legislature

John W. Schermerhorn, 1791-2, 1798-1800. Jacob C. Schermerhorn, 1795-6. Cornelius I. Schermerhorn, N. Y., 1808-12, 1818-19. Winfield S. Schermerhorn, Wisconsin, latter 1800s. Abraham L. Schermerhorn, N. Y., 1881-4. John R. Schermerhorn, Colorado.

Postmasters

John C. Schermerhorn, Schodack Landing, N. Y., 1825. Philip L. Schermerhorn, Stuyvesant, Col. Co., N. Y. Daniel Schermerhorn, Deerfield, Oneida Co., middle 1800s. J. R. Schermerhorn, North Branch, Sullivan Co., 1859. John Schermerhorn, N. Chatham, Col. Co., 1859.

Aldermen

Leroy Schermerhorn, Jersey City, N. J., latter 1800s. Horace Schermerhorn, Jersey City, N. J., latter 1800s.

Miscellaneous Offices

Harvey R. Schermerhorn, School Comm'r., Hudson, N. Y. Isaac V. Schermerhorn, President Schodack Village, N. Y., 1857-9, 61-2, 64-5, 68. Jacob C. Schermerhorn, State Comm'r. County Bldgs., Troy, N. Y., 1793-7. Martin H. V. Schermerhorn, President, Stillwater, N. Y., 1909.

County Treasurer

Nicholas I. Schermerhorn, Schenectady Co., N. Y., 1866-70.

Town Supervisors

Cornelius I. Schermerhorn, Schodack, Rensselaer Co., N. Y., 1800-9, 1814-1816. John W. Schermerhorn, Stephentown, Rensselaer Co., 1786-90. Lucas R. Schermerhorn, Stuyvesant, Col. Co., N. Y., 1846-7, 1852-3. Nicholas I. Schermerhorn, Rotterdam, N. Y., 1850, 1853. J. Schermerhorn, Schodack, Rensselaer Co., N. Y., 1863. Abraham L. Schermerhorn, Stuyvesant, Col. Co., N. Y., 1877, 1878, 1888-1901.

Justices of the Peace

John W. Schermerhorn, Rensselaer Co., N. Y., 1791-1794. Cornelius I. Schermerhorn, Schodack, Rensselaer Co., 1800, 1802, 1803, 1805, 1808. Jacob C. Schermerhorn, Rensselaer Co., N. Y., 1791-1794. Abraham V. Schermerhorn, Schodack, Rensselaer Co., N. Y., 1833. Cornelius Schermerhorn, Sand Lake, Rensselaer Co., N. Y., 1851, 54, 58. Isaac M. Schermerhorn, Stockport, Col. Co., N. Y., 1860, 64, 66.

Schermerhorns in the Professions

Clergymen

Avery F. Schermerhorn, Baptist, N. Y., latter 1800s. Cornelius D. Schermerhorn, Dutch Reformed, N. Y. and Canada, early 1800s. Harvey R. Schermerhorn, Dutch Reformed, N. Y. and the West; living. Henry O. Schermerhorn, Congregational, N. Y. City, middle 1800s. Herman M. Schermerhorn, N. Y., latter 1800s. John W. Schermerhorn, Congregational, N. Y. City, middle 1800s. Martin K. Schermerhorn, N. Y., Mass., R. I. and Florida; living. Richard E. Schermerhorn, Methodist, N. Y. and Maine, early 1800s.

Lawyers

Cornelius P. Schermerhorn, N. Y. City, middle and latter 1800s. Frank E. Schermerhorn, Philadelphia, Pa.; living. Holden B. Schermerhorn, Philadelphia, Pa.; living. Peter Schermerhorn, N. Y. City, middle 1800s.

Civil Engineer

Louis Y. Schermerhorn, N. Y., the Middle West and Pa.; died recently.

Physicians

Isaac Mull Schermerhorn, Surgeon, Stuyvesant, Col. Co., N. Y. Andrew Yates Schermerhorn, New York State, middle 1800s. William Schermerhorn, New York State, latter 1800s. William B. Schermerhorn, Army Surgeon, practised in Western N. Y., latter 1800s. Winfield S. Schermerhorn, Wisconsin, latter 1800s.

Architects

Clarence E. Schermerhorn, Philadelphia, Pa.; living.

State Military Appointments Since War of 1812

Barent C. Schermerhorn, Col. 43rd Regt., 8th Brig., 9th Div. N. Y. S. M., 1835.

College-bred Schermerhorns

Yale University

Herman Mourus Schermerhorn, 1883, B. D.

Union College

Cornelius D. Schermerhorn, 1797, A. B. Albert Y. Schermerhorn, 1848, A. B. Louis Younglove Schermerhorn, 1864, C. E. Nicholas I. Schermerhorn, 1895. Henry Austin Schermerhorn, 1912, A. B.

Williams College

Martin Kellogg Schermerhorn, 1865.

Rutgers College

James Willard Schermerhorn, 1860, A. M. Harvey Rogers Schermerhorn, 1866, A. M.

University of Pennsylvania

Frank Earle Schermerhorn, 1890, Ph.B. Holden Bovee Schermerhorn, 1893, Ph.B., LL.B.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Louis Younglove Schermerhorn, 1859.

Hamilton College

William Broadwill Schermerhorn, 1850. Carl Service Schermerhorn, 1904.

New York University

Albert Y. Schermerhorn, 1852, Medicine. William B. Schermerhorn, 1854, Medicine.

Hillsdale College, Michigan

Avery F. Schermerhorn, 1882. Charles Sumner Schermerhorn. Linda D. Schermerhorn. Franz Sigel Schermerhorn. Susan M. Schermerhorn. Minnie M. Schermerhorn.

Bates College, Lewiston, Me.

Mabel Schermerhorn. Myrtle Schermerhorn. Mildred Schermerhorn, 1910.

Smith College

Rena Schermerhorn.

Vassar College

Helen I. Schermerhorn, 1908, A. B.

West Point Military Academy

James Schermerhorn, 1889.

Military Records

Militia, from 1781 to 1812

Jacob C. Schermerhorn, Lieut. Col. Regular Militia at Albany, 1786. Jacob H. Schermerhorn, Capt. No. 6, Albany Co., 1786. Jacob J. Schermerhorn, Capt. Albany Co. Regt., 1793-1803 (Coeymans). Jacob Schermerhorn, Lieut., Rensselaer Co. Regt., 1800. Cornelius J. Schermerhorn, Lieut., 1790, Capt. 1798, Adjutant 1798 and 1803, Major 1805, Lieut. Col. 1810 (43rd N. Y.). Barent J. Schermerhorn, 2nd Lieut. Rensselaer Co. Regt. 1817, 1st Lieut. 1818, Major 1831, Col. 1835. Lucas P. Schermerhorn, Ensign, 43rd N. Y., 1822. John C. Schermerhorn, Paymaster, 43rd N. Y., 1817, Adjutant 1821.

Soldiers of 1812-1814

Cornelius Schermerhorn, of Saratoga Co., N. Y. Cornelius I. Schermerhorn, Lieut. Col. 43rd N. Y. Cornelius W. Schermerhorn, Lieut. 43rd N. Y. (Capt. Light Artillery, 1815). Cornelius Schermerhorn, of Oneida Co., N. Y. Daniel Schermerhorn, Sergeant Oneida Co. Regt. Jacob C. Schermerhorn, Ensign, 5th N. Y., N. Y. County. Peter C. Schermerhorn, Lieut. 56th N. Y.

Mexican War

James Schermerhorn, d. of fever in Mexico.

Soldiers of 1861-1865

Albert C. Schermerhorn, 2nd Lieut. Almon Schermerhorn, N. Y. Byron B. Schermerhorn, Lieut. 2lst N. Y. Vols. Cornelius Schermerhorn, killed in the War. David T. Schermerhorn, 22nd N. Y. George Schermerhorn, N. Y. George H. Schermerhorn, Wisconsin Regt. Horace Schermerhorn, Corp. 9th N. Y. (83rd N. Y. Vols.). Isaac R. Schermerhorn, N. Y. Isaac M. Schermerhorn, Asst. Surgeon, 169th N. Y. Isaac C. Schermerhorn, 159th N. Y. John M. Schermerhorn, Sergt. 45th N. Y. Jason Schermerhorn, Navy; d. in service. James M. Schermerhorn, killed at Battle of Cold Harbor, 7th N. Y. Heavy Artillery. Jacob D. Schermerhorn, Harris Light Cavalry. Jacob D. Schermerhorn, 56th N. Y. (10th Legion). Lafayette Schermerhorn, 77th N. Y.; killed at Gaines Mills, Va. Porter J. Schermerhorn, 1st Lieut. and Quartermaster, 90th U. S. Col. Inf. Peter L. Schermerhorn, 5th N. Y. Cavalry (3 yrs. in prison). William B. Schermerhorn, 7th N. Y. William B. Schermerhorn, Asst. Surgeon, 37th N. Y. Vols. William H. Schermerhorn, 120th N. Y.; d. in Andersonville Prison. Abraham G. Schermerhorn, 16th N. Y. Vol. Art.

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