(1840 - 1862)
Home State: New York
Branch of Service: Infantry
Unit: 126th New York Infantry
A jeweler by trade, he mustered as 2nd Lieutenant, Company H, 126th New York Infantry on 15 August 1862. His commission was dated 10 September.
On the Campaign
He was killed one month later, in action on Bolivar Heights at Harpers Ferry, VA on 15 September 1862 by a shell which "carried away a piece of his head."
The rest of the War
Originally buried on the field, his remains were returned home in the Spring of 1863.
References & notes
04/01/1840; Parma, NY
09/15/1862 Harpers Ferry, VA; burial in Resthaven Cemetery, Phelps, NY