Steuben County
New York


1865 NY

 State Census

Steuben County


New York

 
Jasper Marriages and Deaths


Page 53.

MARRIAGES that have occurred in the Town of Jasper 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.  Jerome M. Simpson, Enumerator.

Line

Husband’s Name

Age

Previous Civil Condition

Wife’s Name

Age

Previous Civil Condition

Date of Marriage

Where Marriage Occurred

How Solemnized

1

Norton C. Gregory

26

Single

Julia A. S. Craig

22

Single

Feb 22

Jasper

Baptist Clergyman

2

Chester Barnes

29

Widower

Aramenta D. Cross

23

Single

Nov 9

Jasper

Presbyterian Clergyman

3

Jonathan K. Ketchum

69

Widower

Hannah VanDyne Merrill

52

Widowed

June 23

Rathbone

Baptist Clergyman

4

John Stearns

20

Single

Demarias E. Batchelder

20

Single

March 23

Jasper

Prot Methodist Clergyman

5

George A. Hardy

25

Single

Rhoda A. Van Fleet

20

Single

Sep 24

Jasper

Presbyterian Clergyman

6

John Robinson

20

Single

Francis Prutsman

19

Single

Sep 11

Jasper

Methodist Clergyman

7

Edward Wheeler

28

Single

Cassendane Brutsman

33

Widowed

Mar 30

Jasper

Methodist Clergyman

8

Addison J. Schanck

-

Single

Louisa Purdy

22

Single

Jan 1

Jasper

Methodist Clergyman

9

George M. Woodward

23

Single

Sarah Woodward

31

Widowed

Nov 29

Jasper

Presbyterian Clergyman

10

Jarvis Talbot

22

Single

Frances J. Marsh

18

Single

Sep 5

Bath

Presbyterian Clergyman

11

Horace Barnard

23

Single

Susan Spencer

17

Single

Sep 4

Woodhull

Baptist Clergyman

12

Ira Clark

23

Single

Lunetta J Whiteman

16

Single

Jan 11

Jasper

Baptist Clergyman


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

John S. Taylor

5/12

M

Single

Aug 23

New York

-

Diarriah

2

Harriet A. Whittemore

12

F

Single

Dec 19

New York

House Work

Diptheria

3

Margaret C. Whittemore

7

F

Single

Dec 6

New York

-

Dyptheria

4

Abel D. Swan

3 4/12

M

Single

July 13

New York

-

Dysentery

5

Emory F. Swan

1 2/12

M

Single

July 10

New York

-

Dysentery

6

Olive Woodward

76

F

Married

Nov 25

NH

House Keeping

Consumption

7

Charles Phillips

21

M

Single

Aug 15

New York

Farming

Consumption Relmonary

8

Eliza Worden

1/12

F

Single

Aug 25

New York

-

Unknown

9

Mary E. Whiteman

6

F

Single

Aug 10

New York

-

Dysentery

10

Margaret S. Whiteman

1 6/12

F

Single

Aug 5

New York

-

Dysentery

11

Eva Towsley

6

F

Single

Sep 20

New York

-

Diptheria

12

Ruth Towsley

4

F

Single

Sep 1

New York

-

Dysentery

13

Armis Barnes

3/12

M

Single

Oct 17

New York

-

Dysentery

14

Emma Hamblin

1

F

Single

Sep 14

New York

-

Dysentery

15

Annis Barnes

27

F

Married

Jun 2

New York

House Keeping

Child Bed Fever

16

Alzina L. Benway

50

F

Married

Apr 11

New York

House Keeping

Dropsy

17

George S. Wentworth

5/12

M

Single

Aug 21

New York

-

Chronic Diarreah

18

Calvin Spaulding

66

M

Married

Sep 8

New York

Farmer

Disease of the heart. dropped dead in his field.

19

Chloe Samson

82

F

Widowed

Jan 13

Mass

-

Appoplexy

20

Phebe Woodward

46

F

Married

Feb 9

New York

-

Consumption of Liver

21

William T. Woodward

38

F

Married

Jun 25

Vermont

Carpenter & Joiner

Congestion of Lungs & Liver


Page 55.

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

Jessie F. Dennis

2 9/12

F

Single

Aug 27

New York

-

Dysentery

2

Charles Sargent

1/12

M

Single

Nov 14

New York

-

Congestion of Lungs

3

Jacob J. Garey

93

M

Widower

Dec 22

New York

Tailor

Paralysys


Page 54.

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 Jasper County of Steuben, N.Y. This table was prepared by me on the 30th day of June, 1865.  Jerome M. Simpson, 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

Moses Dennis

20

Single

Nov 18, 1861

86 NY Inf

2d Sergt

86 NY

2d Sergt

Volunteer

-

2

Joseph Hawver

37

Married

Sept 1862

148 NY

Private

148 NY

Private

Volunteer

-

3

John Talbot

20

Single

Sept 1864

189 NY

Private

189 NY

Private

Volunteer

-

4

Emery Schanck

21

Single

March 17, 1864

161 NY

Private

161 NY

Private

Volunteer

-

5

William Greek

25

Married

Dec 1863

22 NY Vet Cav

Corporal

22 NY Vet Cav

Corporal

Volunteer

-

6

Abijah W. Whittemore

15

Single

Oct 27, 1862

161 NY Inf

Private

161 NY Inf

Private

Volunteer

-

7

Ira V. More

31

Married

June 14, 1864

97 NY Inf

Private

97 NY Inf

Private

Drafted

-

8

Peter VanSickle

20

Single

Sep 1864

-

Private

-

Private

Representative

-

9

George W. Dennis

18

Single

Jan 13, 1864

161 NY

Private

161 NY

Private

Volunteer

-

10

Redmand Springer

18

Single

Dec 23, 1863

161 NY

Private

161 NY

Private

Volunteer

-

11

Hosea Sibley

18

Single

Oct 27, 1862

161 NY

Private

161 NY

Private

Volunteer

-

12

Thomas Ellis

18

Single

April 1863

161 NY

Private

161 NY

Private

Volunteer

-

13

William S. Stewart

25

Single

Sep 1861

86 NY

Private

86 NY

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

April 6, 1862

Washington

Sickness acquired in service

2 parents

Yes

Jasper

-

2

-

Near Willett Landing

Sickness acquired in service

Widow, 1 parent, 2 children

No

-

Best information says he had S Pox and probable cause of death

3

Oct 15, 1864

Elmira NY

Sickness acquired in service

2 parents

Yes

Jasper NY

-

4

Aug 28, 1864

At Sea Hos Transport

Sickness acquired in service

2 parents

No

At Sea from Hospl Transport

-

5

Sep 1864

Andersonville, GA

Sickness acquired in service

Widow

No

Andersonville, GA

Prisoner at Andersonville, GA. Served 25 NY Inf 2 years

6

Dec 26, 1862

New York City

Sickness acquired in service

2 parents

Yes

Jasper NY

-

7

Sep 24, 1864

In Hos Petersburg VA

Sickness acquired in service

Widow, 2 parents, 2 children

No

Petersburg, VA

-

8

-

-

Sickness acquired in service

2 parents

No

-

-

9

Sep 4, 1864

N Orleans LA

Sickness acquired in service

2 parents

No

N Orleans LA

-

10

June 18, 1864

Vicksburgh Miss

Sickness acquired in service

-

No

Vicksburgh, Miss

-

11

July 13, 1863

Donalsonville LA

Wounds received in battle

1 parent

No

Donalsonville LA

-

12

Aug 18, 1864

St Louis MO

Sickness acquired in service

2 parents

No

St Louis MO

-

13

July 12, 1863

Gettysburgh PA

Wounds received in battle

-

No

Gettysburg PA

-


Page 56.

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

Sheldon G. Taylor

38

Married

Aug 12, 1862

107 NY Inf

Private

16 NY HA

Private

Volunteer

-

2

George M. Green

19

Single

Feb 1864

22 NY C

Private

22 NY C

Private

Volunteer

-

3

Andrew J. Munroe

29

Married

Feb 1864

22 NY C

Private

22 NY C

Private

Volunteer

-

4

James York

40

Married

Oct 10, 1861

86 NY Inf

Private

86 NY Inf

Private

Volunteer

-

5

Harmon M Kline

18

Single

Oct 1861

86 NY Inf

Private

86 NY Inf

Private

Volunteer

-

6

Josiah Raymond

25

Single

May 1861

8th C

Private

2 NY Vet C

Corp

Volunteer

Promoted to Corporal in 2d Vet NY Cav

7

John Raymond

23

Married

Aug 1863

2 Vet NY C

Private

2 Vet NY C

Private

Volunteer

-

8

Francis Prentice

31

Married

Sep 20, 1861

86 NY Inf

Private

86 NY Inf

Private

Volunteer

-

9

David C. Hollenbeck

38

Married

Sep 13, 1864

188 NY Inf

Private

188 NY Inf

Private

Volunteer

-

10

Jacob S. Whiteman

38

Married

Oct 3, 1864

161 NY Inf

Private

161 NY Inf

Private

Volunteer

-

11

Edgar W. Johnson

19

Single

Jan 1864

50 NY Eng Corps

Private

50 NY Eng Corps

Private

Volunteer

-

12

Charles Vaughan

28

Single

Sep 1861

86 NY Inf

Private

86 NY Inf

Private

Volunteer

-

13

James M. Vaughan

20

Single

Oct 27, 1862

161 NY Inf

Private

161 NY Inf

Private

Volunteer

-

14

William Vaughan

35

Married

Oct 1, 1864

141 NY Inf

Private

141 NY Inf

Private

Volunteer

-

15

John M. Alleger

30

Married

June 1861

74 NY Inf

Private

74 NY Inf

Private

Volunteer

-

16

Amos H. Towsley

17

Married

Oct 27, 1862

161 NY

Private

161 NY Inf

Private

Volunteer

-

17

Samuel Robinson

37

Married

Oct 27, 1862

161 NY Inf

Private

161 NY Inf

Corporal

Volunteer

Promoted Corporal of Co. H 161 NY Feb 9 1863

18

John Huntington

21

Single

Feb 19, 1864

161 NY

Private

161 NY Inf

Private

Volunteer

-

19

Alfred Countryman

23

Single

Sep 10, 1862

141 NY Inf

Private

141 NY Inf

Private

Volunteer

-

20

William R. Kelly

28

Married

Aug 13, 1862

107 NY Inf

Private

107 NY Inf

Private

Volunteer

-

21

Miles Hatch

22

Single

Oct 3, 1864

161 NY Inf

Private

161 NY Inf

Private

Volunteer

-

22

John Talbot 1st

42

Married

Oct 27, 1862

161 NY

Private

161 NY Inf

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

Mar 28, 1865

Wright Ho Hos Will NC

Sickness acquired in service

Widow, 2 parents, 3 children

No

Willmington NC

Discharged out 107 Enlisted 16 HA Jan 1864

2

Dec 2, 1864

Silsbury NC

Died while a prisoner of war of sickness acquired in service

2 parents

No

Sailsbury NC

A prisoner of war at Sailsbury & probably starved

3

-

Andersonville, GA

Died while a prisoner of war of sickness acquired in service

Widow, 1 parent, 3 children

No

Andersonville GA

-

4

May 18, 1864

Battle Wilderness

Killed in battle

Widow, 5 children

No

-

If buried probably on battlefield of Wilderness VA

5

Dec 1861

Elmira NY

Sickness acquired in service

-

No

Elmira, NY

Typhoid Fever – cause of death

6

June 17, 1864

N Orleans LA

Sickness acquired in service

2 dependant parents

No

N Orleans LA

-

7

Sep 15, 1864

N Orleans LA

Sickness acquired in service

Widow, 2 children

No

N Orleans LA

-

8

Sep 16, 1864

Alexandria VA

Sickness acquired in service

Widow, 2 children

No

Alexandria, VA

-

9

Feb 5, 1865

City Pt VA

Sickness acquired in service

Widow, 2 parents, 1 child

No

City Point VA

-

10

Mar 29, 1865

Vicksburg Miss

Sickness acquired in service

Widow, 2 parents

No

Vicksburgh Miss

-

11

May 8, 1864

Washington DC

Sickness acquired in service

2 parents

No

Washington DC

-

12

Feb 14, 1863

Falmouth VA

Sickness acquired in service

2 parents

No

Falmouth VA

-

13

Feb 10, 1863

Baton Rouge LA

Sickness acquired in service

2 parents

No

Baton Rouge LA

Died of Typhoid Fever

14

Dec 21, 1864

Savannah, GA

Sickness acquired in service

Widow, 2 parents, 1 child

No

Savannah GA

Died of Typhoid Fever

15

May 7, 1862

Williamsburgh VA

Wounds received in battle

Widow, 2 parents, 2 children

No

Williamsburgh VA

Died in Hospital near Williamsburg VA

16

July 7, 1863

Baton Rouge LA

Sickness acquired in service

2 parents

No

Baton Rouge LA

Disease Chronic Diarreah

17

July 13, 1863

Donalsonville

Killed in battle

Widow, 3 children

No

Donalsonville LA

-

18

July 4, 1864

Vicksburgh Miss

Sickness acquired in service

2 parents

No

Vicksburgh Miss

-

19

July 14, 1863

Portsmouth VA

Sickness acquired in service

2 parents

No

Norfolk VA

-

20

Oct 9, 1862

Harpers Ferry VA

Sickness acquired in service

Widow

Yes

Troupsburgh NY

-

21

Jan 13, 1865

New Orleans LA

Accidental wounds

2 parents

No

New Orleans LA

Wounded by Collision of Boats J Rane J M Dickey Miss River

22

Jan 30, 1865

New Orleans LA

Sickness acquired in service

Widow, 2 parents, 3 children

No

New Orleans LA

-

 


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