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Monroe County
New York
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Military Records


Pensioners on the Roll in 1835

Pensioners on the Roll in 1883

Monroe County in the Civil War

The Eighteenth Battery Light Artillery

The Eighth New York Volunteer Cavalry

The Eighty-Ninth Regiment

The Eleventh Artillery

The Fiftieth Engineers

The Fifty-Fourth Regiment, New York National Guard

The First Regiment Light Artillery, Battery L

The Fourteen Regiment

The Ninety-Fourth Regiment

The One Hundred and Eighth New York Volunteers

The One Hundred and Eighty-Eighth Regiment

The One Hundred and Fifth Regiment

The One Hundred and Fifty-first Regiment

The One Hundred and Fortieth New York Volunteers

The Seventieth Regiment

The Monroe County Sharpshooters

The Sixth Cavalry

The Sixty-Seventh Regiment

The Third New York Cavalry

The Thirteenth New York Volunteers

The Thirty-Third Regiment

The Twenty-Eighth Regiment

The Twenty-Fifth Regiment

The Twenty-First Regiment

The Twenty-Fourth Cavalry

The Twenty-Second Regiment

The Twenty-Seventh Regiment

The Twenty-Sixth Regiment

The Twenty-Sixth Battery Light Artillery

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Surnames --- A, B, C --- Rochester

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Surnames --- D, E, F --- Rochester

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Surnames --- G, H, I --- Rochester

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Surnames --- J, K, L --- Rochester

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Surnames --- M, N, O --- Rochester

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Surnames --- P, Q, R --- Rochester

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Surnames --- S, T, U --- Rochester

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Surnames --- V, W, X --- Rochester

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Surnames --- Y, Z --- Rochester

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Thirteen Infantry --- Rochester

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Brighton

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Chili

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Clarkson

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Gates

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Greece

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Hamlin

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Henrietta

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Irondequoit

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Mendon

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Ogden

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Parma

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Penfield

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Perrinton

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Pittsford

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Riga

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Rush

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Sweden

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Webster

Civil War Soldiers Roster --- Wheatland




The history of the various organizations so far outlined, and not overdrawn, is indisputable evidence that Monroe citizens were as devoted and patriotic upon the battle-field as they have always been industrious and law-abiding at home. Amid disaster and panic, the Monroe soldiers bore themselves with honor, lost no colors, and returned to receive congratulations of fellow-citizents with laudable pride. Breaking ranks, the old soliers commingled with the populace, and the war of the rebellion passed into history.

All regiment histories Source: [History of Monroe County, New York, Everts, Ensign & Everts, 716 Filbert Street, 1877.] Transcribed by Sheila D. Massie


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