|For April 2002 we dedicate the site to our Civil War ancestors. You may register yourself as a descendant following the directions below.|
|To qualify as a Civil War Ancestor, the person must have served
in the military in the Civil War, on either side, as soldier or nurse,
even though nurse did not have official military status. We particularly
hope to hear from those whose confederate ancestors are buried at Woodlawn
National Cemetery in Elmira. The person should be in some way connected
to this area, either having lived here or buried here. Please submit
to Joyce M. Tice, your path from you to the Civil War ancestor in the format
below. Only entries following this pattern will be added to this page.
Use birth names only, not married names, except for yourself. If you use
a married alias, submit your name with both your real and married name
(Example Jane SMITH Jones). Dates are not included except on the final
link to the generation who served in the Civil War. Just email me the path
with commas separating the names in your email, no numbers, just
plain and simple so I don't have to edit more than necessary.. Use normal
capitalization - No all cap or all lower case entries can be used as it
will take my time to edit them. Please spell correctly, particularly Cemetery.
Your name will be linked to your email address so that others on similar
lines can contact you. If you have more than one Civil War link, submit
each, from you to the generation of the Civil War - as illustrated. Submissions
that do not follow this pattern, so that they can easily be added to the
page, will be returned for modifications. If you do not have a known Civil
War ancestor to include - keep looking and good luck. Maybe next year you'll
have one. PLEASE put Civil War Ancestor in your subject line to
help me sort my email and not miss yours. I do not have a known Civil War
ancestor - yet - so had to "cheat" just a bit to give you a format
example. You may include Regiment and place of origin IF you keep it BRIEF.
Before submitting your email please review the directions and the example and be certain you have followed it exactly. I want to be able to just copy and paste and not have to edit. Thanks for being accurate the first time.
|Generation One - Me||Two||Three||Four||Five|
|Joyce M. Tice||Leslie M. Tice||Mildred Mudge||Menzo Mudge,
Brother Truman Mudge of Sullivan Township, Tioga County PA, killed in Civil War. Buried Ames Hill Cemetery, Sullivan Township.
|Judith MARMOR Trach||Beatrice Pond||Eugene Pond||Robert Emmet Pond, A Co. 149th Inf Reg. PA, service: 15 August 1862 - 24 June 1865 Wellsboro, Tioga co. Buried @ Wellsboro Cemetery|
|James A. Marmor||Beatrice Pond||Eugene Pond||Robert Emmet Pond, A Co. 149th Inf Reg. PA, service: 15 August 1862 - 24 June 1865 -Mustered out June 24, 1865 at Elmira, NY. -Wellsboro, Tioga co. Buried @ Wellsboro Cemetery|
|Dwight Gleason||Foster Gleason Sr.||Carrie Ruth Simmons||Eli Simmons||Reuben G. Simmons - b. Oct. 13, 1830 Belfast, NY d. June 10, 1864 Delmar Township, Tioga County, PA. Served 149th PA infantry Company A. Buried in Baptist Cemetery, Delmar Township, Tioga PA|
|Lorraine DAVIS Satterlee||Raymond F. Davis||Frederick A. Davis||Pvt. HIRAM DAVIS of Nelson Pa, Tioga Co. PA (Feb. 18, 1864-May 16, 1865) wounded in action. Co. H, 45th Regiment, Voluntary Infantry. He was buried at the Powers Cemetery in Lawrenceville, PA.|
|Sharron BRONSON Vossoughi||Frederick Wynn Bronson||Maggie May Ready||Louise May Mallory||George Willis "Will" Mallory b Nov. 14, 1838 Sullivanville, Chemung Co. NY and died Oct. 17, 1930 Horseheads. Served in Company I, 38th NY Infantry and buried in Maple Grove Cemetery.|
|Leo P. McDonald||Leo R. McDonald||Maud E. Bump||Edward L. Bump||Dennis L. Bump (5 Sep 1837 - 28 Apr 1920) Co. A. 57th Pa Inf. Vol. Buried at the Bump - Scrivens Hollow Cemetery, Albany Township.|
|Leo P. McDonald||Leo R. McDonald||Maud E. Bump||Rhoda "Addie" Beeman||Joseph G. Beeman (17 Feb 1838 - 17 Feb 1899) 57th Pa. Inf. Buried at the Bump - Scrivens Hollow Cemetery, Albany Township.|
|Leo P. McDonald||Madelyn L. Hendershot||Floyd W. Hendershot||John "Ed" Hendershot||Isaiah Hendershot (12 May 1842 - 4 Apr 1916) D Co. 27th Inf Reg. N.J. Buried at the Camptown Cemetery, Waylusing Township.|
|Leo P. McDonald||Madelyn L. Hendershot||Grace A. Benninger||Punderson M. Benninger||Chaucey C. Benninger (Feb 1841 - 4 Mar 1923) Co. B of the 12th Pa. Vol. Res. Buried at the South Auburn Cemetery, South Auburn, Susquehanna, Pa.|
|Pat SMITH Raymond||Gerald Smith||LeRoy Smith||Marshall Smith||Jefferson Smith b. 6/23/1832 in PA, d. 7/5/1904 Smithfield Twp. 188th NY Vol. Buried Christian Cemetery Smithfield Twp. (One of 6 Brothers in Civil War)|
|Pat SMITH Raymond||Gerald Smith||LeRoy Smith,||Jessie Baker||Samuel Sheldon Baker b. 5/18/1825 PA, d. 11/21/1891 Smithfield Twp., Buried Union Cemetery Smithfield Twp. Co. F. 35th Reg't|
|Pat SMITH Raymond||Gerald Smith||Clara Oliphant||Lantie Oliphant||Benjamin Oliphant b. 1835 Wilmot Twp, Bradford Co., d. 3/7/1898 Towanda, PA, Buried Overton Cemetery, 141 PA Vol. Co. A.|
|Richard Raymond||DeAlton Raymond||William Raymond||John Raymond b. 10/7/1832 Orange Co., NY, d. 9/26/1918, Smithfield Twp, Buried Turnpike Cemetery Smithfield Twp., Co. G 7th MO Vol.|
|Richard Raymond||Florence Vogel||Jennie Scudder||Thomas Scudder b. July 1840 Union Twp, Tioga Co., d. 2/24/1912, Canton Twp, Brad.Co., Co. M, 50th NY Engineers.|
|Janet LINDH Loftus||Georgia Ella Bates||Earl Lavern Bates||Adelaide Knox||Morris H. Knox - 5th generation: Born September 22, 1837 in Elmira, served in CO M, 14th Regiment, Heavy Artiller NY Volunteers. Died June 07, 1915. Buried in Fulton Street Cemetery, Elmira|
|Leo P. McDonald||Madelyn L. Hendershot||Floyd W. Hendershot||Flora M. Lattimer.||Lillian L. Woodruff,||Samuel Woodruff (29 Jul 1824 - 20 Feb 1912) Company D. 171st Pa. Vol. Buried at the Spring Hill Cemetery, Tuscarora Township.|
|David A. Clark||David H. Clark||Jay W. Clark||Jay H. Clark||Lt. Col. Melvin L. Clark, Co. 'B' 101st Pa. Vol. Inf. (Tioga Co.) Company commander, served from 5 Oct 1861 to 25 Jun 1865. POW from 20 Apr 1864 to April, 1865|
|Lorenzo P Benjamin||Layton Benjamin||Laura Sickler||Reuben Sickler, b 29 Feb 1829, d 24 Jan 1886, Second Regiment of PA Vol. Artillery. Buried Liberty Corners Cemetery, PA|
|Shary HANSELL DaVall||Carl Hansell||Lena Cary||Martin R. Cary||Daniel D. Cary, 187th PA Vol., Born: NYS April 15, 1823, Died: Franklin, PA. Oct 10, 1892. Buried in Franklin Christian Church Cemetery|
|Janice KNIFFIN Stott||Mayne Rex Kniffin||Betsy Fluella Lane||Daniel Webster Lane,
Born: December 13, 1841, Burlington, Bradford, PA, Died: 1926 Los Angeles, California. Eleventh Army Corps, re-enlisted in August 1864, and was connected with the Ninth Corps until the close of the war.
|Marcia SIMONS Jankowski||Arthur C. Simons||Hugh H. Simons||,James E. Simons||James F. Simons (1818-1876) Cpl 149th PA "Bucktails" Vol Inf Co G, Aug 1862-Jan 1863, discharged for enlarged heart; reenlisted as Pvt 210th PA Vol Inf Co H, Sept 1864-May 1865; buried Macedonia Cemetery, Asylum Township.|
|Marcia SIMONS Jankowski||Arline Esther Felton,||Laura 'Mabel' Race||George Gordon Race, Riley Race (1840-1911) Pvt 67th PA Vol Co K; buried Terrytown Cemetery, Bradford Co., PA|
|Alice PEASE Hartford||Robert Willis Pease||Ellsworth Cowan Pease||William Nelson Pease,||William Wallace Pease - b. Aug. 27, 1831 in Windsor, Broome Co.,NY, and died Jan. 22, 1931 BigFltats, NY. Buried Rural Home Cemetery, Big Flats, NY. Served from 1861 - 1865, 19th NY Volunteers -3rd NY Lt. Artillary, Companies G & K.|
|Phyllis HUGHES Marino||Gordon Clair Hughes||Walter J. Hughes||ElNathan Hughes||Joseph Hughes son: Pvt. Benjamin Hughes (15 Sept.1839 - 5 Nov. 1863) Liberty Twp., Tioga Co., PA. Co. G 149th Inf. Regt. died in Civil War at Belle Plain, VA. Buried Sebring (Old) Cemetery, Liberty Twp.|
|Phyllis HUGHES Marino||Gordon Clair Hughes||Walter J. Hughes||ElNathan Hughes||Joseph Hughes son: Cpl. Josiah G. Hughes (15 May 1842 - 24 Sept. 1895) Co. G 14th Veteran Res. Corps., 14th PA Inf. Wounded in Civil War, buried Arbon Cemetery, Bloss Twp., Tioga Co, PA|
|Paul F. Giometti||Clarence J. Giometti||Maude E. Ripley||Charles C. Ripley US Navy on the USS Sabine buried in the Hope Cemetery Corning NY|
|Col. John W.King, jr.||John W.King,sr.||John I King,||John W.King||Amanda
|William J. Huggins, Co I,21st S.C. Buried at Elmira,N.Y.(Woodlawn National Cemetery)|
|David VanOrman Kester||Edward Musselman Kester||Clara May Musselman||1st Sgt. Edward Musselman (1840-1872) Co. D, 18th PA. Cav., W.C.W. Brandy Station, VA., born Overton, PA|
|David VanOrman Kester||Leola Mabel VanOrman||Fred Lewis VanOrman||Pvt. William Dennis VanOrman (1835-1884) 5th NY Cav., W.C.W. White Horse Landing, VA, bur. Darling Cem., Orwell, PA|
|Nancy W. Jess||Nellie M. Swan||Blanche Almeda Fellows||Charlotte Eliza Lunn||Wilder Lunn enlisted at Elmira, Co. I 141st Reg. NYInf. Sept 24 1864.died Jan 20, 1865 USA Hosp. Savannah, Georgia|
|Roberta DILLIN Sahr||Perry D.Dillin||George Albert Dillin||Joseph Dillin, Co "I" 147th Inf. Mustered in August 22, 1863, Mustered out May 31, 1865.|
|Janet RINEBOLD Webster||
Winona M. Rinebold
|Lester E. Rinebold||Myra Walborn||Aaron Walborn (28 Aug 1841-26 Feb 1913) of Bradford County, Co C, 108th Regement, 11th PA Calvary and Co B, 26th Regement, PA Malitia. Buried in Granville Center Cemetery, Granville Township.|
|Ellen KANE Buglewicz||James C. Kane||Thomas F. Kane||Michael Cain/Kane, Co. A 74th PA Infantry February 7, 1865 - August 29, 1865. Died December 12, 1913. Buried in St. Peter & Paul Cemetery, Elmira, NY.|
|Eleanor LENT Wolfe||Bruce P. Lent||Earl P. Lent||Bruce Baker Lent||Clark Manley Lent b. 8 Feb 1831 d. 12 Feb1904 141st Pa. Vol. Co.Jillson Cemetery,Orwell Twp.|
|Patricia ROWE Stone||Gerald Asa Rowe||Asa Josiah Rowe||Abram Rowe (born Dec.
1847 died March 1907, buried Millport Cem., Millport, Chemung Co., NY). 50th NY Engineers.
|Barbara BARHAM Jones||Daniel Webster Barham||Benjamin Franklin Barham,10th Va. mustered out at Elmira 1865||Note- Wife was 33 years younger than he. He d. 1919|
|Douglas W. Van Patten||Ralph B. Van Patten, Sr.||Maude M. Barnum||Walter
|Levi Barnum (1832-1905) - Served in the Civil War, Co. B, 189th Regiment, NY Volunteers. Buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira, NY|
|Douglas W. Van Patten||Ottilia H. Stratton||Floyd G. Stratton||William G.
|Andrew Jackson Stratton (1831-1903) - Served with 3 different PA Regiments. Buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira, NY|
|Douglas W. Van Patten||Ottilia H. Stratton||Floyd G. Stratton||Jennie M. Terry||Darius R. Terry (1841-1909) - Enlisted in the army with 15 other young men from Union Twp., Tioga Co. on Aug. 26, 1861. Buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira, NY|
|William H. Keith||Marion Greene||Olivia Rook||William Bernard Rook||Samuel Lafayette Rook,
Private, Co. A, 27 South Carolina Infantry Gaillard's Regiment. Captured at Weldon RR, 21 Aug 1864.
Transferred to Elmira, NY 9 Oct 1864. Died 16 Jan 1865 from Acute bronchitis. Locality of grave 1494.
|Marilyn OLSEN Beadle||Elwin Olsen||Agnes Powers||Royal Lyman Powers||Emerson M. Powers (1824-1902), 5 Pa. Res.Inf.Co. F, 191 Pa. Inf. Co. C, Buried Elgin Cemetery Soldiers Reserve Elgin, Kane, Illinois.|
|Marilyn OLSEN Beadle||Elwin Olsen||Agnes Powers.||Royal Lyman Powers||Cecelia Morton||Royal Lyman Morton (1824-1901) 52nd Pa. Inf., Buried Silent Vale Cemetery, Maine, Otter Tail, Minnesota|
|Diana HANCOCK Moilanen||Edgar John (Ned) Hancock||John Henry Hancock, Jr.||John Henry Hancock, born Wyalusing, PA 1830 Colonel 2nd and 14th WI Volunteers 1861-1863, wounded in hand at Corinth, MS, buried Oshkosh, WI|
|Gwen MECUM Hunt||Lloyd Kenneth Mecum||Burdit Politus Mecum||Pvt. Charles William Mecum, b. 1843, d. 1926, Elmira NY, enlisted in Co. F., 84th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry on 7 October, 1861, then joined 6th U.S. Cavalry, Troop "A", on 27 October 1862 at Knoxville, MD and was buried Liberty, Tioga Co. PA, Hart's Cemetery.|
|Marylyn (nee: Mary Emlyn) DEWEY Adams||Jane LAYE||Nina HURD||James T. Hurd||Isaac R. Hurd (nurse-Co. C-203rd Pa Reg't=VOLUNTEERS) died April 7, 1865, malaria after the Battle of Ft. Fisher, Wilmington, NC-part of family marker-Knowlton Cemetery, Gaines, Tioga Co., PA|
|Marylyn DEWEY Adams||Jane LAYE||Nina HURD||Jennie HARMON||Thomas Harmon, Enlisted Sept 5, 1861- Private-Co G.56th NY INFANTRY-mustered out 1865, died 1898-buried in West Hill Cemetery, Galeton, Potter, PA|
|Marsha CULVER Page||John R. Culver, M.D.||Harry T. Culver||Rush Culver||Amasa Culver served in the 207th PA Infantry Co. H, Sept. 12, 1864 through May 31, 1865. He is buried @ Park Cemetery Marquette, MI|
|Carolyn PIERCE Conley||Marion Lyman Pierce||Ralph Emerson Pierce||Freeman Doty Pierce, born Nov. 21,1840, Tioga Co. PA, died Oct.
Farmington Twp., Tioga Co., PA with burial at Nelson Cemetery, Nelson, Tioga
Co., PA. Enlisted Oct. 3, 1861 at Elkland, PA, discharged June 3, 1865 at Sickles General Hospital, Alexandria, VA. Wounded in action at Charles City Court House. on June 24th, 1864. Served with Co. L, 2nd Cavalry, Pennsylvania Volunteers.
|Charlotte PARKS Stevens||Alta Van Sice||Dennis P Van Sice||Robert Van Sice, Pvt., Co.F, Reg't,N.Y.Infantry.Buried,Bumpville
Cemetery,Pa. One of 9 Van Sice brothers who served.
|Cynthia REYNOLDS Murdock||Donald G. Reynolds||George G. Reynolds||Solon A. Reynolds (1843-193?). Pvt., Co I, 12th Regt, NY Cavalry. Buried Main St. Cemetery, Canton.|
|Cynthia REYNOLDS Murdock||Donald G. Reynolds||Lulu Cynthia Gustin||Burton K. Gustin ( 1839-1927) 1Lt Co F, 52nd Regt, PA Vol Inf.
Buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira, NY.
[According to Heverly's Boys in Blue, five Gustin brothers fought in the Civil War: Seth, Ethan, Volney, Burton, and Judge.]
|Susan ROCKWELL Austin||Clifford LaVerne Rockwell||Marian/Mary Ann Trowbridge||Francelia White||Nathan Kellogg WHITE, Co F, 52nd Regt, PA Infantry, dates of service and rank unknown, b. Mar. 15, 1838, d. Feb. 3, 1914, bu. Camptown Cemetery, Wyalusing Township, Bradford County, PA|
|Steven Douglas Kellogg||Kenneth Kelley Kellogg||Mary Jane Kelley||Jarvis H. Kelley b. July 3, 1840 d. April 13, 1916 Served in 171st regiment from 2 Nov 1862 to 8 Aug 1863. Buried in Thomas Cemetery, Smithfield Twp., Bradford Co., PA|
|Charlene FISCHER Kolterman||Delma Drinkwalter||Loren Drinkwalter||Archie Luellen Drinkwalter||Levi Stephen Drinkwalter b. 1 Jun 1832 Pike Twp., Bradford Co., PA, d. 1 Jan 1884 near Strang, Fillmore Co., NE, buried in Harmony Cemetery, Belle Prairie Twp., Fillmore Co.,NE. Service - Pvt. in Co. G, 1st Iowa Cav. Mustered in 14 Aug, 1862 - served until the close of the war.|
|Charlene FISCHER Kolterman||Delma Drinkwalter||Esther Minerva Coleman||Mary Rachel McConnell.||Ephraim C. McConnell b.24 May 1840 Sullivan Twp., Tioga Co.,PA, d.13 Mar 1898 Crawford Twp., Antelope Co.,NE, buried in Crawford Valley Cemetery, Willow Twp, Antelope Co.,NE. Service - Pvt. in Co. C, 171st Regt. PA Vol. Inft. Enlisted 21 Oct 1862 - discharged 8 Aug 1863|
|Carol ROOSA Dibble||Hugh M.Roosa||Reuben Briggs Roosa||Pvt.JOHN CALVIN ROOSA (1844-1922) of Middlebury Twp.Tioga Co. Inlisted Sept.18,1861 Company H 45th Vol.Inf. Wounded at Cold Harbor June 3,1864. Buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira N.Y.|
|Clarice STILWELL Evans||Gladys Mudge||Orris E. Mudge||Stephen Godfrey Mudge, Born Sullivan Township, Died Mansfield. Buried Prospect Cemetery|
|Leslie D. Evans||Bernice Curttenden||Ida Benson||? Hotchkiss||John Norris Hotchkiss, Died Battle of South Mountan, b. Antietem National Cem.|
|Gary Douglas Walter||Amy Beatrice Drye||Lee Roy Dry||Martin Clifford Dry||William Henry Dry||Tobias Augustus Dry (Sept 24, 1822 - March 14, 1865) Enlisted Co. H, 8th Regiment at age 39 on August 6, 1861 (formerly blacksmith) Died from Chronic Diarrhea in Elmira Prison, buried in grave #1995. Marker inscribed as T.A. Dry|
|Your Name HERE||Your Civil War Ancestor, wherever he lands|
Please note that records at Woodlawn National Cemetery show a J. A. Dry buried in lot 1995. His marker shows Co. H, NC 8th Regiment. All of this and other records match the Civil War Records of one Tobias Augustus Dry from Cabarrus County, NC.
While in Elmira in 1993, I found copies of original hand written records, one showing the cause of death, that clearly show how a T could be misread as a J. Evidently someone else has proven this to be true. I visited Elmira on May 21, 2003 and to my astonishment, the marker has been replaced. The new stone reads T. A. Dry (I can send you a picture). The caretaker could not tell me how the change came about. The record at the cemetery still shows J.A. Dry.