CIVIL War 60th New York Volunteers Aquia Creek Landing Virginia
The 60th New York Volunteers was a notable Ogdensburg, New York unit with heavy casualties at Chancellorsville & Gettysburg. An original Union Army return for Company B, 60th NY, listing numbers of men present, absent etc, with 30 men named, absent from the unit w reasons- many in various hospitals or away on ambulance duty, ordnance train, etc. The Return is sgd by Captain Orson Merrill Foote at "Aquia Creek Landing, Va", March 31, 1863. Age & ink stains, Overall Good. Aquia Creek Landing was an important Civil War site. Comes w service info- Captain Orson Merrill Foote enlisted at Madrid, NY in 1861, survived wounds in action at Atlanta, Georgia 1864, and is buried at Madrid, St Lawrence County, New York. General Orders and other imprints.
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