106th Regiment of New York Infantry
(St. Lawrence County Regiment)
Private George B. Shattuck, Company H, and his three brothers (Henry, Horace, and Willis) from Brasher, New York, fought in the Civil War. All survived.
James King Hale was from Hermon, New York and enlisted as a private on 11 August 1863 at the age of 38. He mustered out as a full corporal in Company A on 22 June 1865 in Washington, D.C. Corporal Hale Served two years, ten months and several days.
Private William Dilcox was taken prisoner twice, first at Fairmont in what is now West Virginia and again at Monocacy, Maryland, where he was transported to Danville Prison in Danville, Virginia. He remained there for about 7 months before being released. He eventually returned home to Massena. William was severely malnourished and suffered from scurvy; his wife and friends stated in his Pension Record that he was little more than a skeleton when he returned home from his imprisonment.
Private Hiram Albert Woolever, Company K, enlisted 2 August 1862 at Edwards, New York (the Clerk listed him as "Woolver"). He was captured 9 July 1864 at Monocacy, Maryland and returned to duty 27 January 1865. He mustered out 22 June 1865 at Washington DC. Hiram was the son of Harvey and Anna Marie Beach Woolever of Edwards, NY. Hiram's brother, Frederick Benjamin Woolever, enlisted in the 106th New York Infantry Regiment at Edwards, New York 8 Nov 1862. He mustered out 22 June 1865 at Washington D.C. While Frederick survived the war, he died shortly after return.
Sergeant Martin Robbins Folsom, Company A, served from 1862 to1865 and was captured at the Battle of Monocacy Junction. Different accounts have him escaping from or being released from Libbey Prison after being transferred from Danville.
2nd Lieutenant Adonijah A. Fulton, Company D, entered the regiment as a corporal. He married Loretta Graves Wallace on 7 February 1866 just after returning home to Lisbon, New York. He was born on July 3, 1840 and died on 4 October 1934. His headstone can be found in Oakland Cemetery, Division A, Row 4, Lot 25, Clay County, Iowa.
Adonijah & Loretta Fulton
Private Ezra Fuller, Company G, enlisted at Stockholm, New York on 27 Aug 1862 and was killed on 2 April 1865 during the Breakthrough Battle at Petersburg.
Corporal Warren Bowman Wait, Company K, was wounded at the Battle of Monocacy and died in Frederick City. He is buried in the Antietam National Cemetary, NYS plot # 98.
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