Residence was not listed; 25 years old. Enlisted on 8/11/1862 at Owego, NY as a Private. On 8/12/1862 he mustered into "C" Co. He was discharged for disability on 11/25/1864 at Washington, DC. Sources used by Historical Data Systems, Inc.(c) Historical Data Systems, Inc. One Hundred and Ninth Infantry. This regiment was organized at Binghamton, where it was. 28, 1862, for three years. The companies were recruited in the counties of Tomkins, Tioga. And Broome-the 24th senatorial district. Splendid reputation for hard fighting, discipline and. Efficiency, and is ranked by Col.
Fox among the three hundred. Fighting regiments of the war. He says: The regiment left Binghamton promptly, proceeding to. Where it was placed on guard duty.
Along the line of railroad to Washington, a few of the. Companies being stationed at Laurel, Md. Rest of the year and during all of 1863. In the spring of 1864, the regiment was ordered to join the 9th. Corps then assembling at Annapolis, and it accordingly took the.Field in the ranks of that battle-tried command. Assigned to Hartranft's (1st) brigade, Willcox's (3d).
Division, -afterwards Harriman's brigade of Willcox's (1st). Tracy resigned May 20, 1864, and Col. And meritorious officer, succeeded to the command. Left Annapolis, April 23, 1864, and crossing the Rapidan on May. 5th, the 109th was engaged the next day at the Wilderness, in.Its first battle, where it lost 11 killed, 64 wounded, and 1. In the charge of the 9th corps at Spottsylvania, the regiment. Lost 25 killed, 86 wounded, and 29 missing; in the assault on. Petersburg, June 17, 1864, 26 killed, 81 wounded, and 20. Missing; at the mine explosion, July 30, 1864, 11 killed, 24.
Wounded, and 18 missing; and at the Weldon railroad, Aug. 1864, 7 killed, 12 wounded, and 1 missing. The regiment was under fire at the battle on the Boydton road. 27, 1864, with a slight loss in wounded and missing but. It suffered severely while in the trenches before.Petersburg, where for several weeks it lost men daily, either. During its eleven months in the field the hard fighting cost. The regiment 614 men in killed and wounded, aside from the. Its loss by death during service was 5. Officers and 160 men; by disease and other causes, 164. The percentage of killed, 165, to the. Total enrollment, 1,353, was 12.1. It was mustered out of. Service June 4, 1865, at Delaney house, D. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Civil War (1861-65)\Original Period Items\Photographs". The seller is "civil_war_photos" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.