Submitted by Kathy Crowell

Source:  Fayetteville "Weekly Recorder," 8/16/1888

Seven of the 12 companies that made up the regiment were raised in Onondaga County, and Syracuse was the point from which the regiment went to the front August 8, 1863.  Others:  Tompkins, Niagara, Orange, Ulster (missing one).  700 men left here in 1863.  The 31 battles and skirmishes were all in Virginia, and the years 1864 and 1865.

Upperville, VA 2/20/1864
Lost River Gap, May 10
New Market, May 14-15
Front Royal May 23
Newtown May 25
Mount Jackson June 4
Piedmont June 5
Waynesboro June 10
Lynchburg June 17-18
Salem, June 21
Martinsburg July 10
Snickers Gap July 17
Berry's Ford July 19
Ashby's Gap July 19
Winchester July 23-24
Martinsburg July 25
Charleston August 21-22
Green Spring Run November 1
Lacey Springs December 21
Waynesboro March 2, 1865
Ashland March 15
Dinwidle Courthouse March 31
Five Forks April 1
Kipponeck Creek April 2
Namozine Church Station April 2
Appomattox April 8
Appomattox Courthouse April 9

A. W. Dains brought with him a battle-flag (to a reunion) used by the late General Sheridan while in command of the cavalry of the Potomac, before the Shenandoah Valley campaign, which was given to Mr. Dains by the General's old band.

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15 January 1999