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150th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment

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Allegiance  United States Army
Type  Regiment
Branch  Infantry
Size  1,526 men (total)
150th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment
Active  October 10, 1862, to June 8, 1865
Country  United States of America

The 150th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment was an infantry regiment in the Union Army during the American Civil War. It was mustered in October 10, 1862, and mustered out June 8, 1865.

Contents

Recruiting areas

  • A Company: Poughkeepsie, Amenia, Washington, and Pleasant Valley
  • B Company: Poughkeepsie
  • C Company: Clinton, Stanford, Pleasant Valley, Poughkeepsie, and Washington
  • D Company: Hyde Park, Pine Plains, North East, Poughkeepsie, and Rhinebeck
  • E Company: Dover, Pawling, and Poughkeepsie
  • F Company: Poughkeepsie, Rhinebeck, Red Hook, and Milan
  • G Company: Poughkeepsie, Beekman, Union Vale, and Fishkill
  • H Company: Poughkeepsie, Hyde Park, and Clinton
  • I Company: Poughkeepsie, Stanford, LaGrange, Amenia, and Union Vale
  • K Company: Rhinebeck, Poughkeepsie, and Fishkill
  • Field officers

  • Colonels: John H. Ketcham, Alfred B. Smith
  • Lieutenant Colonels: Charles G. Bartlett, Alfred B. Smith, Joseph H. Cogswell
  • Majors: Alfred B. Smith, Joseph H. Cogswell, Henry A. Gildersleeve
  • Battle record

  • Gettysburg Campaign
  • Atlanta Campaign
  • Battle of Resaca
  • Battle of Adairsville
  • Battle of Dallas
  • Battle of Kennesaw Mountain
  • Battle of Peachtree Creek
  • Siege of Atlanta
  • March to the sea
  • Carolinas Campaign
  • Battle of Averasboro
  • Battle of Bentonville
  • Casualties

    The regiment sustained 41 officers and men killed and mortally wounded, 116 wounded but recovered, and 40 missing or captured, for a total of 207 casualties.

    References

    150th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment Wikipedia


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