Editor’s Note: This article was transcribed by John T Goodnough, Corresponding Secretary, Binghamton Civil War Roundtable. From microfilm at the Broome County Public Library, 185 Court Street, Binghamton, NY 2005.
THE 109th – The following is the list of the killed and wounded in this regiment, who are from this place and vicinity, being the members of Co. E and D
KILLED IN CO. E
S.H. Peckham, G.B. Seely, H.H. Weed, A.N. Remmele, W.W. Lamb, and A.T. Castle
C.B. Aldrich, since died; M. Monroe, in shoulder; E. Robinson, in side; N.W. Wittaker in arm and shoulder; A. Allen, arm amputated; J.D. Garderner, in arm; C.A. Burrows, in shoulder, H.V. Bogart, in abdomen; Sergt. H.E. Fowler, in thigh; C.N. Bacon, in hand; John McLaughlin, in arm; Frank Myres, head, arm and hand; C.P. Tarbox, arm amputated.
John Hall and Charles Hall.
KILLED IN CO. D.
Monroe E. Wiley, Burt Homeston, Lewis Rittenburg
James Bunker, in shoulder; John Toohey, in leg slight; Corp. H. Stephens1
- Binghamton (NY) Daily Democrat, June 27, 1864. This newspaper article is from the personal collection of Mary Jordan, illustrator of the book Dear Friend Amelia, the Civil War Letters of Private John Tidd, and is used with her permission. All rights reserved. ↩