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New York State Civil War Muster Rolls:
Eighteenth Infantry Regiment, New York State Volunteers, Recruits #2

[This information is from Vol. I, p. 427 of A Record of the Commissioned Officers, Non-commissioned Officers and Privates, of the Regiments which were organized in the State of New York and called into the service of the United States to assist in supressing the rebellion caused by the secession of some of the Southern States from the Union, A. D. 1861, as taken from the Muster-in Rolls on file in the Adjutant General's Office, S. N. Y., (Albany, N. Y.: Comstock & Cassidy, Printers, 1864). It is in the Reference collection of the Schenectady County Public Library at R 973.7 N531, and page images may be viewed via the University of Michigan's Making of America project and Google Books. Some abbreviated names have been expanded and some of the formatting of the original may have been altered slightly for ease of reading.]

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Muster-in Roll of Recruits Company, in the 18th Regiment, (5th Brigade) of New York State Volunteers, commanded by Colonel William A. Jackson, called into the service of the United States by Proclamation of the President, from the 17th day of May, 1861, (date of this muster) for the term of two years, unless sooner discharged.

Names, Present and Absent
(Privates in Alphabetical Order)
RankAgeJoined for Duty and EnrolledTravelingValuation in Dollars, ofRemarks*
WhenWhereBy Whom EnrolledPeriodmiles to*miles from*HorsesHorse Equipments
Alexander, RobertPrivate18Sep 27, 1861OgdensburghLieut. Goodno2 years     
Brown, DanielPrivate22Oct 8, 1861OgdensburghLieut. Goodno2 years     
Blaisdell, AbramPrivate24Oct 17, 1861OgdensburghLieut. Goodno2 years     
Conway, MichaelPrivate18Oct 20, 1861OgdensburghLieut. Goodno2 years     
Denning, JohnPrivate17Oct 5, 1861OgdensburghLieut. Goodno2 years     
Dings, AshbellPrivate18Oct 1, 1861OgdensburghLieut. Goodno2 years    Editorial note: written as Diuss
Fitch, WilliamPrivate34Oct 10, 1861OgdensburghLieut. Goodno2 years     
Fagret, AdolphePrivate34Oct 18, 1861OgdensburghLieut. Goodno2 years    Editorial note: written as Adolphus Fagut
Goodel, ThomasPrivate27Oct 18, 1861OgdensburghLieut. Goodno2 years     
Hasborn, Charles WilliamPrivate30Oct 15, 1861OgdensburghLieut. Goodno2 years    Editorial note: written as Hasbon
Hale, Winfield ScottPrivate18Oct 9, 1861OgdensburghLieut. Goodno2 years    Editorial note: written as Winfied Scott Haler
Haskins, JoelPrivate28Oct 15, 1861OgdensburghLieut. Goodno2 years     
McCoon, JosephPrivate29Oct 5, 1861OgdensburghLieut. Goodno2 years     
McDonald, ArchibaldPrivate21Oct 12, 1861OgdensburghLieut. Goodno2 years     
Richards, HenryPrivate32Oct 16, 1861OgdensburghLieut. Goodno2 years     
Pierce, RichardPrivate26Oct 15, 1861OgdensburghLieut. Goodno2 years     
Tonkin, JosephPrivate28Oct 15, 1861OgdensburghLieut. Goodno2 years     
Palen, RobertPrivate27Oct 5, 1861OgdensburghLieut. Goodno2 years     
Lamson, JamesPrivate24Sep 24, 1861AlbanyJ. C. Meginnis2 years     
Soule, PeterMusician18Sep 1, 1861AlbanyF. J. Radcliff2 years     

I hereby certify, that I have carefully examined Daniel Brown, James Lamson and Peter Soule, three recruits not previously examined, and find them physically able to do military duty as assigned them.

N. P. Rice, Surgeon, 18th Regt. N. Y. V.

Date — October 26, 1861.  Station — Camp King.

I certify that I have this day carefully examined and accepted into the service of the United States, for the term of two years, the twenty men on the above Roll.

C. W. Tolls, 1st Lieut. 13th Infantry, Mustering Officer

Date — October 30, 1861.  Station — Camp William.


Camp King, October 30, 1861 — The Surgeon's certificates in cases of the men not examined by Dr. Rice are appended to the original Muster filed with the Adjutant General, U. S. Army, at Washington. — J. H. Russell, Adjutant, 18th Regt. N. Y. Vols.

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