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This site is a showcase of Civil War information, research and items created exclusively for this site by NY GenWeb's coordinators, county site volunteers, Civil War historians and researchers, and other enthusiastic and generous people who want to help others.

UPDATED 6/7/14  New York State G.A.R. & S.U.V. News, and Obituaries, from Old Newspapers

Headstone Photo of Edward Markham, 3rd N.Y. Light Artillery, Battery M

Prison Diary of James L. Bailey of Gilboa, NY, 4th N.Y. Heavy Artillery, Company B

NYS G.A.R. Deaths Reported for 1906 - A Work in Progress

A     B      C      D      E     F      G      H

I      J      K      L      M      N      O      P

Q      R      S      T      U      V      W      Y      Z

New York State Soldiers' Information and Addresses Wanted: 1894-95, 1906-07, 1910-11

Soldiers Killed and Died From Wounds, Glens Falls, Warren County, NY,
contributed by Jackie Wolcott Elder, NYGenExchange Coordinator for Warren County, NY.

Patriot Fund 1861, Glens Falls, Warren County, NY,
contributed by Jackie Wolcott Elder, NYGenExchange Coordinator for Warren County, NY.

Survivors of the 22nd NY Vols. Attending a Reunion in Glens Falls, Warren County, NY, 1888,
contributed by Jackie Wolcott Elder, NYGenExchange Coordinator for Warren County, NY.

Members of G.A.R. Post #587, Sandy Hill, Washington County, NY, 1888,
contributed by Jackie Wolcott Elder, NYGenExchange Coordinator for Warren County, NY.

See to the Colors! Preserving NYS Battle Flags,
contributed by Benedict R. Maryniak, President, Buffalo (NY) Civil War Round Table.

GAR Posts and Their Namesakes,
contributed by Benedict R. Maryniak, President, Buffalo (NY) Civil War Round Table.

Muster-In Roll of Company G, 153rd NY Volunteer Infantry,
contributed by Jeanette Shiel and James F. Morrison, Gloversville NY Village Historian.

Memorial to the 32nd NY Volunteer Infantry, Company B,
contributed by family researcher Norm Winne.

The History and Rosters of the 14th Brooklyn,
contributed by John Stevenson, Coordinator of the Clinton County NYGenWeb.

Burial Locations of the 14th Brooklyn N.Y.S.M,
contributed by John Stevenson, Coordinator of the Clinton County NYGenWeb.

John Stevenson passed away July 18, 1999. He was a real friend, a soldier, a generous man.

George N. Sherman of the 111th NY Volunteer Infantry
contributed by Margaret Sherman Lutzvick

Some Soldiers Who Served in Other States Who Were Buried in New York State
contributed by Mrs. Betty Auten


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