32nd NY Regiment, Companies B and D

Roster of Montgomery County Members



Finally, A complete Roster



The information about this regiment comes from "The History of Montgomery County" by Washington Frothingham, published in 1892 in Syracuse, NY by D. Mason & Co, Publishers and Printers.. The Civil War Rosters of Companies B and D are derived from "Muster Rolls of New York State Volunteers", Adjutant General's Office, S.N.Y, published by Comstock & Cassidy, Printers in 1864 in Albany, N.Y. The surnames of the privates have been alphabetized for your convenience.

"The Thirty-second was recruited under one of the first calls for troops, and was accepted by the state on May 22, 1861. It was organized in New York City, and on May 31st it was mustered into service for two years. On the expiration of this term the three years' men were transferred to the One Hundred and Twenty-first regiment. Company B was recruited at Canajoharie, and Company D at Amsterdam; but, unfortunately, there does not appear to be any roll of names, for which reason we are unable to furnish them to the reader. The Thirty-second marched June 29, 1861, and served for several weeks at Washington and Alexandria, but was afterwards attached to the Army of the Potomac, and shared its reverses and victories until the term of enlistment ended. The regiment was mustered out of service June 9, 1863.

Battles of the Thirty-Second Regiment

  • Fairfax Court House, July 17, 1861
  • Blackburn's Ford, July 20, 1861
  • Bull Run, July 21, 1861
  • Munson's Hill, August 25 and September 28, 1861
  • Anandale, December 2, 1861
  • West Point, VA, May 7, 1862
  • Seven Days' battles, June 25-July 2, 1862
  • Gaines' Mill, June 27, 1862
  • Garnett's and Golding's farms, June 28, 1862
  • Glendale, June 30, 1862
  • Malvern Hill, July 1, 1862
  • Crampton Pass, September 14, 1862
  • Antietam, September 17, 1862
  • Fredericksburg, December 1125, 1862
  • Franklin's Crossing, April 29 and May 2, 1863
  • Marye's Heights and Salem Church, May 3-4, 1863

This is a complete listing of men enrolled in Companies B and D when the units were enrolled into service on May 31, 1861 at New Dorp and DO NOT reflect later enrollments, nor later recruits. If you have ancestors who served in the 32nd or the 121st, please email us their names . These original rolls do not indicate town of origin in Montgomery or Herkimer County, although Company B was recruited at Canajoharie, and Company D at Amsterdam. Hopefully the complete rolls will serve as the catalyst needed for you to find your own ancestor among those listed.


OFFICERS OF COMPANY B
Present and Absent
NAME
RANK
AGE
Charles Hubbs
Captain
38
William E. Stone
Lieutenant
23
James P. Marcellus
Ensign
25
Benedict A. Leonard
Sergeant
21
Harvey Bell Jr.
Sergeant
23
Daniel P. Yates
Sergeant
21
John T. Sammons
Sergeant
19
George M. Belding
Corporal
20
James Denton
Corporal
23
Charles Payne
Corporal
23
William Reid
Corporal
19
Frederick Duane
Musician
18
Odell William
Musician
18


PRIVATES OF COMPANY B
Present and Absent
NAME
AGE
Baker, Van Rensler R.
23
Baldwin, Warren
21
Barber, George H.
19
Barnes, Ambrose
19
Burns, Peter
27
Cook, Chauncey
19
Cross, Joseph
33
Deal, John
19
Eagen, John
32
Edee, John
23
Evans, John
22
Fitzgerald, Richard
18
Fletcher, Seth
30
Fox, Aaron
24
Freeman, Monroe M.
19
Fyant, Francis
23
Gersage, William
21
Goodbread, Adam
22
Green, Clark
28
Hand, Albert
29
Headley, Charles
21
Hugenot, John
20; Hugunin - see note below
Hutchinson, Aaron W.
26
Innman, Carlos T.
18
Jump, Dewitt
23
Johnson, Enoch
20
Johnson, David E.
23
Kerrigan, Edward
18
La Cote, Frank
23
Lane, Frank M.
20
Lintner, John
22
Martin, Emile
19
McDonald, Archibald
25
McDougall, Aaron
22
McFarland, Thomas
21
Milmine, William
21
Moore, Thomas
24
Murphy, Patrick
23
Nellis, Nelson S.
31
Ouderkirk, Jacob
28
O'Marra, Michael
21
Perry, Daniel
25
Phillips, George
20
Price, George S.
30
Powell, Robert
26
Porter, Sumner W.
30
Putman, John H.
25
Rork, Thomas H.
20
Rolfe, Elias
25
Shafford, George
39
Shepard, William
32
Smith, Michael
27
Smith, Thomas
25
Stitchell, William
21
TenBrook, Elim W.
22
Thayer, Reuben W.
25
Thorn, George
27
Turnboll, Peter
21
Vedder, George D.
20
Walrath, Jeremiah
27
Watkins, George W.
23
Wiggins, Minor
19
Winnie, William H.
20
Younger, John
34


Date: Tue 23 Jun 1998
From: Julius Huguenin
I have a cousin who fought with the 32th N.Y.V.I. in the Civil War and was killed. His name was John Hugunin although the roster has him as Hugenot. Julius Huguenin



OFFICERS OF COMPANY D
Present and Absent
NAME
RANK
AGE
Elishia S. Young
Captain
33
John Stewart
Lieut
39
Samuel Hewitt
Ensign
35
John Tanner
Sergeant
22
James M. Teller
Sergeant
19
James Snell
Sergeant
19
Duncan A. McBeth
Sergeant
28
John Wilson
Corporal
19
Lawrence Stearns
Corporal
23
Robert Bullent
Corporal
22
Welcome J. Weeks
Corporal
23
Andrew S. Gilso
Musician
17
John T. Van Est
Musician
20


PRIVATES OF COMPANY D
Present and Absent
NAME
AGE
Beaumond, George
20
Betts, Archibald
20
Bell, James
21
Blake, William
31
Bloss, Joseph
22
Boland, Owen
35
Brown, Henry
21
Butler, Daniel
23
Butterfield, Samuel
43
Coons, Orgin A.
21
Corbett, Edward
30
Crouch, Charles H.
21
Crowden, James
26
Cuckarao, Henry
19
Cunningham, James
18
Deforest, Myner
18
Dickhout (Dickhaut), John
May 9, 2000: "My ancestor, John Dickhout (Dickhaut) who was from Redwood and Theresa in Jefferson County, joined the 32nd about 9/1862 and was transferred to the 121st NY on 5/24/1863." Wendell D. Dickhaut
Dodds, John
43
Donohoe, Edward
24
Donohoe. Peter
40
Dugan, Patrick
28
Evans, George A.
19
Fox, James
43
Fuller, Charles E.
18
Garlock, Leonard S.
21
Gilman, Albert
21
Gould, Charles W.
30
Hart, John
20
Harvey, Peter
26
Hurley, Edward
20
Irwin, James H.
32
Keating, Edward
37
Kinney, Thomas
31
Lapien, Mathew
32
Lavan, James
25
Lepper, Jacob H.
23
Ludden, George
23
Ludden, Willard
18
Maher, John
26
Marsh, Cyrus.
43
Matthews, George
25
McGuire, John
33
Mcqueen, David
25
Michael, John Jr.
20
Morgan, Henry
22
Mowrey, Oliver
23
Mullet., Edward
18
Mulligan, Michael
24
Owens, Benjamin
18
Reese, James E.
21
Reese, James H.
25
Shauger, Richard
27
Slocum, Charles H.
19
Slocum, James S.
23
Steel, William
33
Taylor, Henry C.
20
Unger, Peter
32
Van Antwerp, Frank B.
29
Vedder, Herrick
24
Waidner, Charles
28
Walker, Robert
35
Watkins, William
28
Williams, Henry
25
Wilson, William F. Jr
23
Wirt, George H.
22



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