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97th New York Infantry      
Company B
Henry Burr - Private   
Henry was a resident of Greig, Lewis Co., NY when he enlisted. He served in Company B for only one year. He seems to have contracted the mumps and, as a result, lost some of his vision. He was released from Carver Hospital in Washington, DC in 1862 and returned home. His brother Nelson died as a POW at Andersonville.
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Date Added:  3/2/2002
Company E
John Cheetham - Corporal   
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Date Added:  4/24/2015
Company E
William J Cheetham - Corporal   
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Date Added:  4/24/2015
Company G
John Cook - Private   
John Cook enlisted in Cleveland, New York for the U.S. Union Army on October 26, 1861 and was mustered in on October 30th of the same year to the 97th Regiment, New York Infantry, Company G. He was mustered out of Washington D.C. on August 28, 1862 from U.S. General Hospital in Washington, D.C. due to 'disabilities'. Initial research indicates that the 97th Regiment fought on June 3, 1862 at Catlett's Station, VA and on August 22, at an undisclosed location before moving on to fight at Bull Run, VA on August 31, 1862. Based on the John Cook's military discharge date, it is most probable that he was injured in one of the first two battles.
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Date Added:  12/1/2012
Company H
Frank (Francis) Rubricht (Ruprich) - Private   
Frank Rubricht (Ruprich) was killed at Antietam. He is most likely buried at Antietam National Cemetery in an Unknown grave.
Contact Name:  Robert Clyde Hickox
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Date Added:  12/23/2007
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