135th Infantry Regiment
Anthony Wayne Guard
Mustered in: September 2, 1862
Designated 6th regiment of heavy artillery: October 3, 1862
The following is taken from New York in the War of the Rebellion,
3rd ed. Frederick Phisterer. Albany: J. B. Lyon Company, 1912.
This regiment, organized in August, 1862, was converted into a regiment of
artillery, October 3, 1862, designated the 6th
Regiment N. Y. Volunteer Artillery,
under which title its record will be found.
The following is taken from The Union army: a history of military
affairs in the loyal states, 1861-65 -- records of the regiments in the
Union army -- cyclopedia of battles -- memoirs of commanders and soldiers.
Madison, WI: Federal Pub. Co., 1908. volume II.
One Hundred and Thirty-fifth Infantry.—This regiment was organized in Aug., 1862, and was converted into an artillery regiment on Oct. 3. (See 6th Heavy Artillery.)
Allison, Charles E. Grand Army of the Republic Kitching Post 60 Yonkers, New York [papers], 1861-1923.
Photocopy of volume entitle: PERSONAL WAR SKETCHES OF THE MEMBERS OF THE KITCHING POST NO. 60, OF YONKERS, presented to the Yonkers, New York Post, on the 26th day of January 1892 by Charles E. Allison and accepted by Commander John C. Shotis. The volume contains signed pages containing information on each individual member's service record in the Civil War and later biographical information; post resolutions and record of burials; history; an obituary of Thomas F. McCaul, veteran of the Grand Army of the Republic who served in Company A, 17th New York Infantry Regiment; personal sketch on John Howard Kitching after whom the Post was named and who served with the 135th New York Volunteers and the 6th New York Heavy Artillery; personal sketch on John Thomas Waring, who donated this volume and who also served in Company A, 17th New York Infantry Regiment. 2 boxes.
Located at the Military History Institute in Carlisle, PA.
Pierce, Samuel B. Samuel B. Pierce reminiscence,1862-1865.
The collection consists a microfilm copy of the reminiscences of Samuel B. Pierce describing his Civil War service from September 1862-July 1865. The date that he wrote the manuscript is unknown. The manuscript of about 800 foolscap pages is followed on the film by a typescript copy of 335 pages. The narrative, in the form of a diary, is based on letters of himself and other soldiers, as well as clippings and other sources. He describes Army life in detail, comments on Southern country and people, his own ideas and beliefs and reactions, e.g. his reaction to Lincoln's assassination.
2 microfilm reels.
Located at Emory University.
Whiteaker, Larry H., & Dickerson, W. Calvin, eds. Civil War Letters of the Tenure Family: Rockland County, N.Y., 1862-1865. NY: Hist Soc of Rockland County, 1990. 98 p.
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