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George Washington Cone:
Co. G 77 Ill Vol. Infantry
Enlisted - Aug. 14, 1862 at Elmwood, Ill.
Promoted - Lieutenant Nov. 20, 1863
Was in Many battles and was wounded at Vicksburg, Ms

Franklin J Cone:
Co. B 4th Ohio Cavalry
Edward R Cone:
Co. C 91 N.Y. Volunteer Infantry
Age: 19
Enlisted: Aug. 1861 Albany, NY
Promoted: Sergeant Sept. 18. 1861
Promoted: 1st. Sergeant June 23, 1864
Promoted: Sergeant - Major Dec. 7 1864;
Promoted: 1st Lieutenant March 2, 1865 for gallantry in battle.
Mustered out: Albany, NY July 3, 1865.

Note: The Official Record of the Rebellion - mentions him for act of bravery at storming of Port Hudson, La June 15, 1863. He volunteered as one of the "storming party" under the call of Gen. Nathaniel P. Banks and was in the siege forty-two days.

Joseph Cone:
103rd Illinois Volunteer Infantry
Enlisted: Aug. 18, 1863
Wounded: Atlanta, Ga July 22, 1864
Mustered out: June 1865

Orville Perry Cone:
Henshaw's Battery
Enlisted: Sept. 3 1862 Ottawa, Illinois
Discharged: July 18, 1865

William D. Cone:
Co. B 35th Iowa Infantry
Enlisted: Dec 5, 1863
Discharged: Oct. 1865
Was in a number of battles in the southwest.

Orlando V. Cone:
Co. B 101st. N.Y. Volunteer Infantry
Kia: 2nd Bull Run Aug, 29 1862
Note: A Letter from Catain to the widow states that:
"He was shot in the head while nobly pressing forward upon the enemy"
Also: Orlando fought in the war with Mexico and recieved a grant of land for his service

Jerome A. Brooks:
Co. I 3rd Battalion 5th NY Heavy Artillery
Enlisted: Aug. 1862
Wounded: Dec. 1862 - Fort Carroll, MD
Died: Dec. 1862 - Fort Carroll, MD

Horace C. Cone:

Co. H 67th NY Vol. Infantry

Charles C. Cone:

Co. C 46th Mass Vol. Infantry
Enlisted: 1863

Luther C Darte:

Co. M 4th Pa. Cav
Rank: Sgt

Thomas C Cone:

Co. H 34th Ill Inf.
Enlisted: September 7, 1861
Died: January 15, 1862 - Louisville, KY

George N. Cone:

Co. E 2nd Mass Artillery
Rank: Pvt Age: 26 Enlisted: Jan. 2, 1864
Mustered: Sept. 3, 1865 - Wilmington, NC


Charles B. Clark:

Co. H 1st Conn Heavy Artillery
Enlisted: Dec. 1 1863
Discharged: Sept. 25, 1865

Clark J. Cone:

Co. H 14 N. Y. H. Art'y.
Rank: Pvt / Sgt 18
Enlisted: 05/21/61
Also
Co. D 27 N. Y. Infantry
Pvt / Corp 20 12/30/63
William Scull:
Co. K 11th Pa Cav
Enlisted: Sept. 16 1862 - Scranton, Pa
Discharged: May 16, 1865
Pension: Receives $24 a month for injuries received while in service by his horse falling upon him.

Lester S. Cone:
Co. D 87th Ohio Vol. Infantry
Enlisted: May 26 1862
Discharged: Sept. 6, 1863


Allen P. Kepner:
Co. A 41st. Ohio Vol. Infantry
Enlisting: Aug. 10, 1861
Captured: May 26 1864
Exchanged: Dec. 24, 1864
Note:"Attached to the Army of The Cumberland"
As a soldier he was promt in the discharge of his duties and brave in line of battle

Last edited on Wed Aug 16th, 2006 08:19 pm by Steven Cone

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