It was organized at Elmira, and there mustered in the service of the United States, by an error, for three months only. August 2, 1861, it was ordered, however, at the request of the War Department, by the Governor of the State, to be mustered in the service of the United States for the unexpired portion of its State service. The 49th Militia formed the nucleus of the regiment, and the men were recruited principally in the counties of Cayuga, Seneca and Wayne; the counties of Cattaraugus, Chenango, Cortland, Onondaga, Oswego, Madison, Tioga and Tompkins also furnished some of the men. The regiment left the State, under Col.
December 11, 1861, under Col. Ledlie, it was converted into an artillery regiment. At the expiration of its term of service, those entitled to be discharged left the field, May 22, 1863, and were mustered out in the State; the regiment, however, was continued in the service, receiving new companies and recruits. It served as infantry at and near Washington. C, from June, 1861; in Sanford's Division, Patterson's Army, from July, 1861; in Butterfield's Brigade, same command, from July 11, 1861; in the 1st Brigade, Bank's Division, from July 29, 1861; in the 3d Brigade from September 25, 1861, and in Williams' Brigade from December, 1861; as artillery in North and South Carolina, 18th and 10th Corps, and Batteries E, H, K and M in the Army of the James, from March, 1862.It was honorably discharged and mustered out, under Col. Stewart, between June 23 and July 24, 1865, having lost by death during its service, killed in action, 1 officer, 13 enlisted men; of wounds received in action, 8 enlisted men; of disease and other causes, 4 officers, 283 enlisted men; total, 5 officers, 304 enlisted men; aggregate, 309; of whom 25 enlisted men died in the hands of the enemy. September 28, 1861, the enlisted men of Company F were transferred to it, and June 2, 1863, it was mustered out at Auburn, under Capt. Charles White, its three years' men having been transferred to Companies E, I and K. It served as an artillery company at or near Washington, D. From December, 1861; in North Carolina, 18th Corps, from March, 1862; in South Carolina, 10th Corps, from January, 1863. A new Company A, recruited principally at Auburn, Moravia, Sennett, Venice, Cato, Mentz, Brutus, Ira, Lafayette, Elbridge, Rochester, Throup, Conquest, Owasco and Niles, was mustered in the United States service for one year September 23, 1864, under Capt. This company served in the I8th Corps and Department of Virginia, and from March 2 to April I7, 1865, in Carter's Division, Provisional Corps, in North Carolina, and was mustered out at Syracuse, July 3, 1865. Enlisted, January 2,1864, at Sterling; mustered in as private, Battery B, January 3,1864, to iserve three yeairs; mustered out with battery, July 13, 1865, at. Enlisted, April 29, 1864, at Elmira; mustered in as private, Oo.
E, Nineteenth Infantry, May 22, 1861, to serve two years; designation of regiment changed to Third Artillery, December 11, 1861; discharged, May 22, 1863. Enlisted, January 4, 1864, at Howard; mustered in as private, Battery K, January 4, 1864, to serve' three years1; muistered out witb battery, June 30, 1865, at Richmond, Va. Enlisted, May 11, 1861, at El-mira.
Mustered in as private, Go1. F, Nineteenth Infantry, May 22, 1861, to serve two years; designation of regiment changed to Third Artillery, December 11, 1861; no further record;This little tin Ballot Box is 2 X 4 1/2 by 2 1/2 inches in-size. The item "Civil War Third NY Artillery Capt John T. Baker Ballot Box" is in sale since Saturday, June 9, 2018. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Civil War (1861-65)\Original Period Items\Other Civil War Original Items".The seller is "civilwarbobpat" and is located in Battleboro, North Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States.