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Civil War Muster Rolls of

Private Edmond (Edward) Coon

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Note: These Muster Rolls follow the course of Edmond Coon's service as a private in the Union army. The first document records his regiment's "mustering-in" at New York City on November 21, 1862. He had previously enrolled on September 3rd in Palmyra, NY. On April 9, 1863, Edmond is listed as "absent sick". It was probably shortly before this date that Edmond contracted Typhoid fever, which was to ultimately result in his transfer to the 20th Invalid Corps, in which Edmond was to spend most of the remainder of the war.

I have attempted to reproduce the appearance of the muster rolls, obtained from the National Archives, as accurately as possible. Fonts in script are to be considered as written by clerks; other fonts as printed on the form.

C______________160________________N.Y.

...Edward Coon.....................................

Pvt, Co. B, 160 Reg't N. Y. Infantry.

Age.29...years.

Appears on

_______Company Muster-in Roll__________

of the organization named above. Roll dated

..............New York,.............Nov 21, 1862.

Muster-in to date...................,Nov 21, 1862.

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Joined for duty and enrolled:

When..............Sept...3..................., 186 .

Where...........Palmyra.............................

Period...3...years.

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Remarks:...............................................

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Bookmark:.............................................

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..................................O'Leary..............

C_______________160____________________N.Y.

...Edward Coon..........................................

Pvt, Co. B, 160 Reg't N. Y. Infantry.

Appears on

__________Company Muster Roll____________

for......Nov 21 to Dec 31...., 1862.

Present or absent......present.........................

Stoppage, $.............../100 for......................

.............................................................

Due Gov't, $............../100 for.......................

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Remarks:..................................................

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Book mark:...............................................

....................O'Leary...............................

C___________________160________N.Y._____

.............Edward Coon.............................

Pvt, Co. B, 160 Reg't N. Y. Infantry.

Appears on

_________Company Muster Roll___________

for............Jan and Feb...................., 1863.

Present or absent......present.......................

Stoppage, $............/100 for.......................

...........................................................

Due Gov't, $.........../100 for........................

...........................................................

Remarks:................................................

...No spl. M Roll apl 10/63..........................

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Bookmark:...............................................

........................O'Leary..........................

C____________160______________N. Y.____

...........Edward Coon.................................

..Pvt....., Co. B, 160 Reg't N. Y. Infantry.

Appears on

__________Company Muster Roll______________

for.......Mch and Apl.........................., 1863.

Present or absent...........absent....................

Stoppage, $............../100 for......................

............................................................

Due Gov't, $.............. /100 for.....................

............................................................

Remarks:..absent sick at.............................

...Brashear City since.................................

April 9-..................................................

Bookmark:................................................

.....................O'Leary..............................

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