Note: DAVID HENRY HANABURGH. B.A.; M.A.; 1873 [Wesleyan University (Middletown, Conn.); S.T.D., Syracuse University, 1902. Born November 10, 1839, Rhinebeck, N. Y. Methodist Episcopal minister; president of Drew Ladies' Seminary [39 Seminary Hill Road].
Author of "History of the One Hundred and Twenty-eighth Regiment: New York Volunteers (U.S. Infantry) ; in the late Civil War
by Hanaburgh, David Henry, 1839-1907
Topics New York Infantry. 128th regiment, 1862-1865
The 128th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, nicknamed "Old Steady," was a volunteer regiment from Dutchess County and Columbia County in upstate New York, during the American Civil War. Formed in Hudson, New York, on September 5, 1862, by Col. David S. Cowles, the regiment was made up of volunteers from the surrounding towns and villages.
Harriet Turner Hanaburgh
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