All Ambrotypes, CDV's, Ferrotypes and images of Civil War memorabilia are from the Seward R. Osborne Collection unless noted. (Please allow ample time for this and other pages to load because of the large graphic content. Navigation to additional pages can be found at the bottom of each page.)

A tintype of Drummer James Pierce, Co. C, 20th NYSM. Pierce was one of Ulster County's last veterans, having died in Kingston on September 29, 1934.

Private Addison Hayes, Co. K, 20th NYSM, wounded in action with the loss of right arm at the Battle of Gettysburg, July 1, 1863. (Note: There is no hand coming out of his right sleeve which is partly in rear of the chair.)

Lt. Ayers Barker, 90 day service, 20th NYSM and later killed in action at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863 with the 120th NY Volunteers.

Private Benjamin J Hevenor, Co. K, 20th NYSM (90 day service) later served in the 150th N Y Volunteers.

Private George Showers, Co. K, 20th NYSM. He was the last Civil War soldier from Greene County, having died November 18, 1942 in Hunter, New York.

Captain James T Hendricks, Co. G, 20th NYSM, died of disease September 16, 1862 at a hospital in Washington, DC.

Private Jesse Kidney, Co. E, 20th NYSM, was a prisoner of war for 17 months.

Major John R Leslie, 20th NYSM, had been captain of Co. B, and was wounded in action at Gettysburg, July 1, 1863. He was the last major of the regiment.

Captain Joseph Corbin, Co. F, 20th NYSM, killed in action at the Battle of Gettysburg, July 1, 1863.

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