Steuben County
New York


1865 NY

 State Census

Steuben County


New York

 
Cameron Marriages and Deaths



Page 69.

MARRIAGES that have occurred in the Town of Cameron in the County of Steuben, N.Y., during the year ending June 1, 1865.  This table was prepared by me, on the 30th day of June, 1865.  Eli Chase, Enumerator.

Line

Husbandís Name

Age

Previous Civil Condition

Wifeís Name

Age

Previous Civil Condition

Date of Marriage

Where Marriage Occurred

How Solemnized

1

Wm. H. Hallett

23

Single

Fannie D. Crocker

18

Single

July 4

Cameron Village

Meth. Epis. Clergyman

2

Charles Bateman

25

Single

Maggie Countryman

22

Single

May

Unknown

-


DEATHS occurring during the year ending June 1, 1865, excepting those of persons in the service of the United States, or from wounds or disease acquired in said service.

Line

Name of Deceased Person

Age

Sex

Civil Condition

Date of Death

Native State or Country

Trade or Occupation

Disease or cause of Death

1

Mary Sutton

61

F

Married

Dec 17

NY

-

Dropsy

2

Cornelius Bine

64

M

Married

Aug 5

NY

Farmer

Bloody Diarrhea

3

Jane Burley

11

F

Single

May 21

NY

-

Diptherea

4

Elisha Leach

83

M

Married

Aug

NY

Farmer

-

5

Albert C. Stewart

2 1/12

M

-

July 26

NY

-

Scalded to Death

6

Catharine Campbell

17

F

Single

June 8

Ireland

-

Inflamation of the bowels


Page 70.

VII. DEATHS OF OFFICERS AND ENLISTED MEN, which have occurred while in the military or naval service of the United States, or from wounds or disease acquired in said service since April, 1861, reported by the families to which the deceased belonged when at home, in the Town of Cameron County of Steuben, N.Y. This table was prepared by me on the 30th day of June, 1865.  Eli Chase, Enumerator.

Line

Name of Deceased

Age at time of death

Civil Condition

Date of entering the service

Regiment first entered

Original rank

Regiment to which he belonged at time of death

Rank at time of death

Classed on entering the service

Promotions while in service

1

John J. Crane

24

Single

Aug 21, 1861

86 NY

Private

86 NY

Private

Volunteer

-

2

James S. Sighry

32

Married

Aug 27, 1864

189 NY

Private

189 NY

Private

Volunteer

-

3

Martin Hallett

23

Single

Sep 1862

161 NY

Corporal

161 NY

Corporal

Volunteer

-

4

Isaac S. White

30

Married

Aug 27, 1862

161 NY

Private

161 NY

Private

Volunteer

-

5

Wm. N. Horton

22

Single

Aug 2, 1862

107 NY

Private

107 NY

Private

Volunteer

-

6

Jas. H. Hiay

26

Single

Sep 9, 1861

1 NY Arty

Private

1 NY Arty

Private

Volunteer

-

7

Charles E. Knapp

20

Single

Sep 1864

2 NY V Cav

Private

2 NY V Cav

Private

Volunteer

-

8

Nelson O. Bundy

25

Single

Jan 1864

1 NY S Arty

Private

1 NY S Arty

Private

Volunteer

-

9

Francis Saoke H

17

Single

Sep 1861

1 NY S Arty

Private

1 NY S Arty

Private

Volunteer

-

10

Solomon B. Miller

21

Single

Dec 1, 1863

1 NY Vol

Private

1 NY Vol

Private

Volunteer

-

11

Amos Stewart

26

Single

Aug 1862

31 NY Vol

Private

31 NY Vol

Private

Volunteer

-

12

Henry Stewart

20

Single

Aug 1862

31 NY Vol

Private

31 NY Vol

Private

Volunteer

-

13

Meusa W. Walrath

22

Single

Nov 1861

1 NY Arty

2d S

1 NY Arty

2d S

Volunteer

-

14

G. W. Thurston

18

Single

March 1864

85 NY Vol

Private

85 NY Vol

Private

Volunteer

-

15

John Crandle

22

Single

Aug 1862

161 NY Vol

Corporal

161 NY Vol

Corporal

Volunteer

-

16

Monroe Snyder

22

Single

Aug 1862

161 NY Vol

Private

161 NY Vol

Private

Volunteer

-


TABLE VII. Continued.

Line

Date of Death

Place of Death

Manner of Death

Surviving Friends

Body sent to Friends for Burial

Place of Burial

Remarks

1

March 2, 1862

Georgetown DC Hospital

Sickness acquired in service

1 parent

No

Unknown

-

2

Apr 5, 1865

Wash DC Emery Hospital

Sickness acquired in service

Widow, 2 children

Yes

Howard

Chronic Diarrhea

3

May 1863

Port Hudson

Wounds received in battle

-

No

Unknown

Leg amputated

4

Nov 30, 1862

Elmira

Sickness acquired in service

2 Widows, 1 child

Yes

West Cameron

Typhoid Fever

5

May 25, 1864

Near Dallas Gad

Killed in Battle

-

No

Near Dallas Gad

Killed instantly

6

Jun 11, 1865

Cameron

Died after leaving service Sickness acquired in service

1 parent

No

Bath

Consumption

7

Oct 26, 1864

Govenors Island

Sickness acquired in service

-

No

-

-

8

-

New Albany Indiana

Wounds received in battle

-

No

New Albany, Indiana

-

9

Oct 1862

Government Lunatic Asylum DC

Sickness acquired in service

1 dependent parent

No

Washington DC

Insanity from measles

10

Sep 3, 1864

Elmira

Sickness acquired in service

-

Yes

Cameron

-

11

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

12

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

13

Jan 1, 1862

Erupting Hospital DC

Sickness acquired in service

-

No

DC

Died of small pox

14

Jun 28, 1864

Andersonville Prison

Died while a prisoner of war

-

No

Andersonville Prison

Starved to death

15

Jun 6, 1863

Baton Rouge

Wounds received in battle

-

No

Baton Rouge

-

16

Sep 14, 1863

-

-

-

No

-

Scalded to death

 

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