Rochester's Forgotten Regiment:
The 108th New York in the Civil War
By terence G. Crooks
Photographs of Enlisted Men
Sgt. Peter Anger
by a falling tree limb in Ziegler’s Grove at Gettysburg. Winslow
experienced a religious revival at the battle whereas Miller was
seriously injured with what appeared to be a mortal wound.
(photo courtesy of Ron Erwin)
Sgt. William Box, Co.G.
Sgt. Andrew Boyd, Co.H.
Col. Sgt. Thomas E. Crouch, Co.D
Pvt. Russell Disbrow Co.F
(Photo courtesy of Ken Byrd)
Pvt. John Giblin, Co.C .
Pvt. Otho Gash, Co.H wounded Chancellorsville.
(Courtesy of Ron Erwin)
Corporal Enoch K. Miller
Willard H. Peck, Co.A,
His brother, William, was murdered on the march to Gettysburg
Cpl. William H. Raymond,
At great personal risk, retrieved ammunition for the skirmish line
and was later awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor
Pvt. George H. Washburn, Co. D.
Private Jacob Winslow
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Regiment During the Civil War
New York State Division of Military and Naval Affairs: Military
September 23, 2009