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Capt. Seth Pierre Remington
Company D
11th Cavalry
Civil War
Digital image donated by Connie Molnar Sterner

Capt. Seth Pierre Remington

Residence was not listed;
Enlisted on 11/27/1861 at New York City, NY as a Captain.
On 3/13/1862 he was commissioned into "D" Co. NY 11th Cavalry
Promoted to Major 9/27/0862
Transferred from Company D to Field & Staff 3/1/1864
He was Mustered Out on 3/11/1865 at Memphis, TN

Information supplied by Connie Molnar Sterner:
Seth Pierre Remington from Canton, New York. He was a major in the Scotts 900 Cavalry and he was the father of the famous painter Frederic Remington. His wife was Clara Sackrider. Before the Civil War, Seth Remington was part owner of the "Plaindealer" - a newspaper which you have quoted from on the Scotts 900 page. His parterner at the newspaper was William Bingham Goodrich who became a Col. of the NY 60th infantry and was killed at the battle of Antietam.

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Last modified: August 6, 2007
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