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Independence Cemetery Civil War Memorial
Birth: unknown
Death: unknown


Monument is pure zinc made by
the Monumental Bronze Company of
Bridgeport Connecticut
Dedicated MAY 30, 1888
 
 
Inscription:

GAR J.S. STONE POST NO. 351, DEPT. OF N.Y.

DRURY'S BLUFF

On fame's eternal camping ground
Their silent tents to spread,
And glory guards, with solemn round
The bivouac of the dead.

TO THE MEMORY OF THE BRAVE DEFENDERS OF THE UNION, 1861 - 1865.
ERECTED BY THE SOLDIERS AND CITIZENS OF SARANAC VALLEY, MAY 30, 1888.
----------
ANTIETAM

KILLED IN BATTLE

GEORGE STACKPOLE, JR.
LYMAN T. NAY
JOHN A. THOMPSON
GABRIEL LAFOUNTAIN
ANDREW J. BRICE
LYMAN MANLY
HEMAN ROBINSON
WILLIAM S. BURKE
CHARLES M. WRIGHT
JOSEPH BLANCHARD
JOSEPH BURNHAM
WILLIAM L. STARKEY
IRA JOHNSON
JAMES PARKER
HENRY WINCH
ANDREW BURDON
*AMOS COLLINS
SIDNEY ALLEN
LEWIS GONYEA
FREDERICK FURSHA

LIST OF BATTLES

SALEM CHURCH
CHAPIN'S FARM
1st BULL RUN
SOUTH ANNA
CHANCELLORSVILLE
GAINS MILLS
SUFFOLK
GAINSVILLE
WEST POINT
PORT HUDSON
2nd BULL RUN
MALVERN HILL
COLD HARBOR
MINE RUN
CRAMPTON'S GAP
PETERSBURG
WILDERNESS
SOUTH MOUNTAIN
FAIR OAKS
TOTOPOTOMOY
----------
FREDERICKSBURG

[at bottom, list of 19 battles]

DIED IN PRISON

STEPHEN C. BULL
HOWLAND R. DAVIS
HENRY W. FORD
GEORGE BRICE
HENRY WILCOX
FRANCIS LAGOY
SAMUEL W. HULL
WILLIAM W. BURDICK
SILAS E. DROWN
DANIEL C. BROWN
MADORE SWEENEY
AMAZIAH BRICE
----------
GETTYSBURG

DIED OF DISEASE

JERRY N. BOWRN
JAMES WHITE
AZRO WINSLOW
ANDREW J. DANIELS
JOHN SPRINGSTEEN
OWEN WYNN
WILLIAM EVANS
SHERMAN LAMAR
JAMES S. MUZZY
SILAS P. WLSON
SAMUEL W. HAYNES
RENSSELAER DEAN
ELMORE MINNEY
WALLACE GORHAM
ISAAC BRICE
ELI RUSSETT
WILLAM RODEE
NAPOLEON NEWTON
GEORGE PAGE
HENRY ELLSWORTH
DAVID LAROE
AMAB LAPAN
ALEXANDER MERCURY
HENRY COLLINS
GROVENOR W. CURTIS
SEYMOUR LYON
RUFUS WRIGHT
THOMAS LEBARE
MITCHEL LEBARE
PLATT EVANS
LEANDER LADUKE, JR.
GODFREY MALBURN
ROBERT TACIER
HOWLAND RICKETSON
CHARLES BOSTWICK
LEONARD SNELL
PATRICK McRANDALL
NICHOLAS LAPIER
XAVIER MAGGY
JOHN DOBBS

SARANAC FURNISHED 416 SOLDIERS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNION.

MONUMENT COMMITTEE

>OF J. S. STONE POST
JAMES H. SIGNOR, PRES'T
ALEXANDER LAMKINS
EDMUND J. PICKETT
HENRY J. BULL, TREAS'R

>OF CITIZENS
DAVID H. PARSONS, SEC'Y
HARRISON A. WOOD
EDWIN S. HOWE, M.D.

NOTE: *Prisoner of War Amos Collins died in Prison Hospital 21, Richmond Virginia Jun 09, 1864 from wounds recieved at the battle of Drury's Bluff 16 May 1864*

 
Burial:
Independence Cemetery *
Saranac
Clinton County
New York, USA
GPS (lat/lon): 44.65741, -73.73787
*Cenotaph [?]
 
Created by: Glenn Lee LaRocque
Record added: Jan 19, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 64397132
Independence Cemetery Civil War Memorial
Added by: Glenn Lee LaRocque
 
Independence Cemetery Civil War Memorial
Added by: Glenn Lee LaRocque
 
Independence Cemetery Civil War Memorial
Added by: Glenn Lee LaRocque
 
 
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- Lisa Anderson
 Added: Aug. 5, 2013
Thank all of you for your service to preserve the Union. Great grand niece of 4 Union Soldiers from Au Sable Forks, New York (Clinton County)
- Pat Van Den Berghe
 Added: Dec. 15, 2012
A Small Remembrance To All!
- Eman Bonnici
 Added: Jul. 28, 2012
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