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Officers of the Regiment

 

Ahern, David H. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Allen, Richard J., CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Alexander, John M. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Ames, Oliver  2LT, served with the 165th during World War I. Killed crossing the River Ourque with Donovan.

 

Anderson, Alexander, LTC commanded the 2d Battalion 165th during World War I

 

Archer, James, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Arenholz, William J. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Baker, Chas. D, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Barker, John W., COL commanded the 165th Infantry during World War I

 

Beach, Clayton W. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Becker, Beverly H, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Belding, George M. LT served with the Regiment during the Civil War.

 

Benson, William CPT served with Company E during the Civil War.

             

Behrends, Jerome B, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Billings, Forest E, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Birmingham , Andrew 1LT served with the Regiment during the Civil War. Died of wounds received at Fredricksburg.

 

Bocard, Fred J. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Bonner, Robert 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Boone, Philip  T. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Bootz,  Henry A., MAJ, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Bracken, Benjamin 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Bracken, Robert LTC commanded Company A 2d Bn during the 1970s.

 

Brady, Rev. Bernard A. served as chaplain from1895-98.                

 

Breen, Rev. Matthew P. served as chaplain from 1877- 89.Breheny, James CPT served as HHC Commander of the 2d Bn in the 1970s.

 

Brennan, Kevin served as Commo Officer of the 2d Bn in the 1970s.

 

Brennan, Luke 2LT served with the Regiment during the Civil War.

 

Brennan, Michael J. 2LT served with the Regiment during the Civil War. Wounded at Fredericksburg.

 

Breslin, John CPT served as Commander of Company F at the 1st Battle of Bull Run.

 

Brocard, Frank 2LT served with the 165th during World War One

 

Brosnan,  John J. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Bunnell, A. L. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Burke, John H. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Burns, Coleman, CPT., served with the 165th during World War One

 

Burns, Edwin J. 2LT served with the 165th during World War One

 

Burns, James S. D. 2LT served with the 165th during World War One

 

Burns,  Zenas  T. 2LT served with the 165th during World War One

 

Buck, Oscar L, CPT., served with the 165th during World War One

 

Buckley, Patrick 1LT served with the Regiment during the Civil War. Killed at Fredericksburg.

 

Burke, David 2LT served with the Regiment during the Civil War. Wounded at Fredericksburg.

 

Butler, Edward K. LT served as an officer in Company K at the 1st Battle of Bull Run.

 

Butler, William LT, served as an officer in Company I at the 1st Battle of Bull Run.

 

Byrne, Rev. John P. served as a chaplain during World War II.

 

Cahill, Lawrence LT served as an officer in Company B at the 1st Battle of Bull Run.

 

Callahan, Andrew J. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Callahan, Patrick E.  LT served with the 69th in Operation Iraqi Freedom as a platoon leader in Company B from 2004-2005.

 

Cannon, Rev. Sylvester R. served as a chaplain during World War II 1944-5.

 

Canton, Thomas M. LT served as an officer in Company I at the 1st Battle of Bull Run.

 

Carleton, Howard C. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Carney, Patrick 2LT served with the Regiment during the Civil War. Wounded nine times at Fredericksburg.

 

Carpentier, Rev. George L. served as a chaplain during World War I overseas with the Regiment.

 

Carr, Philip 1LT served with the Regiment during the Civil War. Wounded at Malvern Hill.

 

Carten, James E. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Carter, Franklin W. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Cassidy, Henry K, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Cavanagh, James MAJ served as Commander of Company C at the Battle of Bull Run. Served as a member of the Regimental Staff in the 1st Regiment of the Irish Brigade (69th NYNG). He commanded the Regiment from 1867 until 1893 when he retired as a Brigadier General.

 

Cavanaugh, William P, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Clarke, Thomas CPT served as Commander of D Company at the 1st Battle of Bull Run.

 

Clifford, John J, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Collier, James 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Collins, James 2LT served with the Regiment during the Civil War. Wounded at Fredericksburg.

 

Collins, Thomas MAJ served as Logistics Officer in the 2d Bn in the 1970s.

 

Conlon, Peter 2LT served with the Regiment during the Civil War.

 

Connolly, Edmond LT born March, 1825, in Ireland; emigrated to U.S. in 1839; entered the company of Lancers at­tached to the Fourth Brigade, First Division of New York Militia, as a private; was afterwards promoted to lieutenant, which position he held when the Civil War broke out. The lancers were ordered to report to General, then Colonel Corcoran, of the Sixty-ninth N. Y. M., when said regiment volunteered its services to the government in April, 1861. Lieutenant Connolly was assigned to Company A, afterwards to Company K; partook in the battle of Bull Run, at which engagement he was taken prisoner, and so remained until April, 1862.

 

Connelly, Edmond J, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Connolly, Rev. J. served as chaplain from 1941-42.  

 

Conners, John  F, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Conroy, Gardiner COL took command of the 165th on August 20, 1940.Commanded the Regiment during World War II. He was killed on Makin on November 20, 1943. Despite receiving warnings to take cover, Colonel Conroy walked out into the clearing and proceeded to direct infantrymen to move forward. As he turned to motion some tanks into position, he was killed by a rifle shot between the eyes.

 

Conway, John 1LT served with the Regiment during the Civil War. Killed at Anteitam.

 

Conyhgham, D.P CPT served with the Regiment in the Civil War. Wrote the “Irish Brigade” which discusses the 69th and other Irish Brigade units during the Civil War in 1867.

 

Cooke, William C, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Coonan, John LT served as an officer in Company I at the 1st Battle of Bull Run.

 

Cooper, Jackson S, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Corby, Rev. William served with the Irish Brigade from the beginning of the Civil War, acted as chaplain of the Sixty-Ninth during the absence of Father Willett. During the battle of Gettysburg, as the Brigade was being drawn up to meet Picket’s charge, Father Corby jumped on a large rock, explained the procedure necessary for a general absolution and, as the men knelt around him, gave the first general absolution ever given on an American battlefield. His statue with hand raised stands on that stone today, erected as a memorial of his zeal. A duplicate of the statue also stands on the campus of Notre Dane University, the great school of the Holy Cross Fathers, of which Father Corby was a member. The students, noting the attitude of the statue with eyes up-turned and hand raised, call it the statue of “Fair Catch” Corby because, to our football minded young men, the Father’s position resembles the stance of a player signaling for a fair catch.

 

Father Corby was born in 1833, in Detroit, and at the age of nineteen entered Notre Dame University. A year later he joined the congregation of the Holy Cross. In 1861 he left Notre Dame, and volun­teered as Chaplain in the Northern Army. He was at once assigned to the Eighty-eight, New York Regiment of the Irish Brigade, then at Camp California near Alexandria, Virginia. For the next three years Father Corby remained with the brigade and was one of the eight priests who ministered to the men while on the field or in the hospital. During that time he was a source of consolation to hundreds of soldiers. He held the rank of Captain of cavalry while in the service. After the War, he served as President of Notre Dame University and was largely instrumental in the rebuilding of the University after the fire of 1879. He was elected Provincial General of the Order of the Holy Cross in the United States, later being chosen first Assistant General for the Order in all parts of the world. At the time of his death in 1897, he was Commander of the only Grand Army Post composed entirely of the members of a religious order.

 

Corcoran, Michael - enlisted in Company I of the 69th Regiment, New York State Militia and rose through the ranks to become Colonel of the Regiment. In October 1860, Edward Prince of Wales made a state visit to the United States. Militia units in New York were ordered to honor the Prince of Whales by passing their regiments in review. Colonel Corcoran refused to order the 69th to participate in this effort. Corcoran was arrested and charged with disobeying orders. A courts marshal was to be convened but the charges were dropped when the Civil War broke out in 1861. President Lincoln asked each State to provide militia units for a three-month service to put down the rebellion. Corcoran and the 69th Regiment volunteered. On July 21st, 1861, he led the 69th New York State Militia on the battle field at Manassas, Virginia (the Battle of Bull Run, the first major battle of the Civil War). Corcoran was wounded and captured. Upon his release in 1862, he began recruiting a Second Irish Brigade known as “Corcoran’s Legion”. He commanded Corcoran’s Legion (which also had a 69th Regiment in it) until December 1863. He died after a fall from his horse while traveling back to camp after having had dinner with General Thomas F. Meagher in Fairfax, Virginia. He is buried in Calvary Cemetery in Queens, New York.

 

Crandall, Harold M. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Crane, William D. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Crawford, Henry E., 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Crimmins, Clarence 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Cunningham, Arthur W. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 
Curran, C. P. , (Clarence Patrick Curran) (DUKE), Colonel, enlisted in 69th in 1938, During World War II at the age of 24, he was the youngest First Sergeant in the U.S. Army. He was commissioned in or about 1948 and held numerous positions in the unit including HHC Commander and Commander, 2d Bn 69th Inf. His last assignment was as Inspector General of the 42d Infantry Division. He died at 91 years old.

 

Dalton, Richard LT served as an officer in Company D at the 1st Battle of Bull Run.

 

Daly, Edwin A. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Daly, Ewing P. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Daly, Rev. William J. was chaplain for many years in peace and war. He accompanied the Sixty-Ninth to the Spanish-American War in 1898, and received in the name of the Regiment the Chapel Tent presented by the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick. This tent was the envy of every regiment in the service, painted in red, white and blue, decorated with Celtic Crosses, inscribed in large letters, Our Chapel Tent, 69th New York Volunteers, it stood In the middle of the camp proclaiming that the regiment depended not only on their arms but on their God. It is greatly to the credit of the Chaplain that the local parish priest in Florida where the Regiment was stationed wrote to the Archbishop of New York complimenting the men for their good conduct and for their generosity to his parish, and praising Father Daly for his fine work.

 

Damico, Joseph G. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Davis, Henry W. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

DeAguerro, Miguel E. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

DeLacour, R. B, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Devine, Thomas J. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Dillon, Rev. James M. another Holy Cross priest, like Father Corby, served with the Sixty-Third Regiment of Meagher’s Irish Brigade and later with the Sixty-Ninth Regiment of Corcoran’s Irish Legion, 1861-63.

 

Dineen, Rev. Joseph P. was chaplain of the Sixty-Ninth Regiment, New York Guard from 1918-1921 while the war-time Regiment was overseas. His brother RT. Rev. Aloysius C. Dineen would later perform the same duties with the Sixty-Ninth New York Guard Regiment from 1942 until 1945 during the long years of World War II.

 

Dolan, Daniel, CPT served as Adjutant during the Civil War.

 

Donovan, William J. was a native of Buffalo, New York native and earned a law degree at Columbia. He joined the 165th Infantry Regiment (“Fighting 69th”) and earned a Medal of Honor as a battalion commander in World War I. “Wild Bill” Donovan commanded the 1st Battalion, 165th Infantry and later commanded the entire 165th Infantry Regiment of the 42d Infantry Division (Rainbow Division).  As part of the 42nd Division’s movement through the Marne, the 165th Regiment was to cross the Ourcq River and take Hill 152. Available information indicated that the German infantry was in retreat, leaving only artillery on the heights. The Regiment was ordered to go in silently, using only the bayonet and receiving no artillery preparation. Regimental reconnaissance during the night, however, had discovered dozens of machine guns nests awaiting them. Despite this new information, division orders remained unchanged, as the Regiment was only a small part of a sweeping general advance by the First Corps. Regimental officers were distressed but obedient. His actions and leadership under duress ultimately resulted in the Medal of Honor. He became a full Colonel and led the 165th Infantry through its victory parade down Fifth Avenue in 1919. The knee injury tried to kill him again during World War II when an automobile accident jarred loose an old blood clot that traveled up to his lungs to create an embolism.

Doris, Roscoe 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Doyle, William T., MAJ., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Dowling,  Patrick J.1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Dravo, Charles A., LTC served with the 165th during World War I

 

Dudley, Gerry B, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Duffy, Felix, CPT commanded Company G 69th NYSM. Served with the 69th NY Volunteers and was killed at Anteitam.

 

Duffy, Rev. Francis P. was Chaplain during the First World War. He succeeded Father James O. Lennon. A native of Canada, Father Duffy was for many years professor of Philosophy at St. Joseph’s Seminary at Dunwoodie, Yonkers, N.Y. Early in the fall of 1912, he became Pastor of the new parish of Our Saviour in the Bronx. He was appointed Chaplain of the Sixty-Ninth shortly after and accompanied the Regiment during its service at the Mexican Border. The heroic deeds of the Regiment are known to the general public chiefly through his book “Father Duffy’s Story”. Popular with the officers and men alike, his influence and judgment was felt in all ranks. In Camp Mills, he acted as peace-maker in the “last battle of the Civil War” when the Sixty-Ninth and the boys from the Fourth Alabama attempted to settle the dispute between the North and the South which began in 1861.

 

Father Duffy however is best remembered as the priest and friend who roamed the trenches hearing confessions, bringing communion, and giving last rites to the wounded. At Rouge Boquet, he stood by during the terrible night while the men under Major Donovan strove to dig out the soldiers buried by a German shell and read the burial service over the men whose bodies could not be recovered. It was his voice that first was heard reading Joyce Kilmer’s beautiful poem “Rouge Bouquet” written in memory of his comrades who had fallen, as Sergeant Patrick Stokes stood near sounding taps in tune with the last lines of each verse. It was his greatest joy to have Joyce Kilmer near him. His love for the soldier poet is reflected every time he mentions Joyce Kilmer’s name in his writings. Joyce Kilmer was killed during the Battle of the River Ouroq.

 

Even the enemy knew Father Duffy’s kindness as he ministered to captured German soldiers. During the occupation, Germans and Americans jammed the church when he said Mass and the former enemies sang together the beautiful hymn “Holy God We Praise Thy Name”. On his return home, he became the pastor of the Church of the Holy Cross on West 43rd Street. His early death saddened all the people of the city. In his memory Longacer Square’s name was changed to Duffy Square. There today, his statue looks out on the busiest place in the world, a monument to Father Duffy and the men of the Sixty-Ninth. His spirit can be felt there as it stands guard over his city and especially over the men who have taken the places of his boys in the Sixty-Ninth.

 

Duffy, Patrick LT served as an officer in Company F at the 1st Battle of Bull Run.

 

Duffy, Terence 2LT served with the Regiment during the Civil War.

 

Egan, Rev. Joseph was Chaplain when the 165th was called into service in 1940. Like Father Mooney, the first Chaplain, he was the pastor of the Church of St. Brigid, and like Father Duffy he had been a Professor at Dunwoodie Seminary. He remained with the Regiment only about a year but during that time he proved himself a worthy successor to Father Willett of Civil War fame. He was ably assisted by Father John Rooney. The two chaplains were transferred within a short time of each other. Father Rooney, after being stationed in several places in the United States saw action in Europe, and Father Egan returned to New York to serve in the Office of the Military Ordinariate. After the war, he did not remain long in his Church at Tompkins Square. He was appointed Pastor of the Church of St. Francis of Rome in the Bronx and was honored by Pope Plus XII with the title of Domestic Prelate.

 

Ellett, Andrew L. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Elliott,  Don2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Elmer, Basil Beebe, 2LT, Company A, 165th Inf. During World War I. A graduate of Cornell University, he took over the Intelligence Section in which Joyce Killer served and was killed.

 

Everett, Eugene F. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Fechheimer, John H. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Field, JuiKcnr U. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Finn, James G, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Finn, William 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Flynn, Daniel K. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Fogarty, William LT served as an officer in Company I at the 1st Battle of Bull Run.

 

Foley, James L, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Force, Russell 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Friedlander, William M. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Furbershaw, Arthur W. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Galagher, Rev. Bartholomew served as chaplain from 1865-69.

 

Galagher , Rev. Bernard served as chaplain from 1869-75.

 

Giles, William M. LT served as an officer in Company B at the 1st Battle of Bull Run.

 

Gillespie, Francis H, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Given, William B, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Goodell, Guy F. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Goodwill, Schuyler 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Grady, Richard F.  BG MC joined 69th as 1st Lt. 1956 after service in Korean War with the 3rd Infantry Division .Served as Surg. 2nd Bn 69th and later as Regimental Surgeon. In 1964, left 69th for assignment as 3rd Bde Surgeon, 42nd Infantry Div . Assigned as Surgeon 42nd Div in 1968.  Additional duty as CO 102nd Medical Bn 1971-1978.  State Surgeon 1978 to retirement in 1984.

 

Graham, William H. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Graham, Walter R, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Greff, Lcster M. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Green, John A, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Greene, John CPT commanded HHC 2d Bn in the 1970s.

 

Grose, Howard, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Guggenheim, Robert M. MAJ., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Guignon, Emile S. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Gundy, John COL commanded the Battalion in the 1980s.

 

Hackett, Rev. served as chaplain from 1952-54.

 

Hanley, James M. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Hanley, Rev. James M. served as a chaplain from1918-19    .          

 

Hawes, Lincoln 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Healey, Joseph A. MG served as Battalion Commander of the 2d Bn from 1968-1972. Later served as the 42d Division Commander. Appointed the first Honorary Regimental Colonel in 1996.

 

Heinel, John P. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Heller, Abraham I. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Henry, J. V. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Henry, John T. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Hervey, Frank 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Hine, Charles D., COL commanded the 165th Infantry during World War I

 

Holmes, Rev. Merrill J. 1LT served as a chaplain during World War I, 1918-19, overseas with the 165th Regiment.

 

Houghton, James T, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Horak, Frank 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Howe, Paul D. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Howland, Charles R., COL commanded the 165th Infantry during World War I

 

Hurley, John P, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Hudson, William E, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Huelser, Charles A. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Hurt, Paul A. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Hutchinson, Warren B. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Hutchlison. Roderick 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Hutter, Robert LTC served as Commander of C Company 2d Bn in the 1970s. Served as the 1st Bn Commander in 1990s.

 

Irving, Lawrence 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Jackson, Thomas J. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Jensen, Keith L. CPT served with the 69th from August 2001 until December 2005. Commanded Company D, 1st Bn 69th Inf (Mech).

 

Jewell, William A 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Johnson, Clarence E. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Johnson, Cortland 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Johnston, Frank 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Josselyn, Ralph R, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Karin, Ian LT served as an officer in HHC 2d Bn in the 1970s.

 

Kane, Bothwell B. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Katch, Joseph J. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Kelly, Henry E. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Kelly, Rev. Hugh J. served as chaplain from 1889-93.                      

 

Kelly Gerard COL., commanded the 165th during World War II after Colonel Conroy was killed in 1943. Lead the Regiment during the Saipan and Okinawa Campaigns

 

Kelly, James LTC served as Commander of Company H at the Battle of Bull Run. Served as Lieutenant Colonel of the 1st Regiment of the Irish Brigade (69th NY Volunteer Infantry Regiment) in 1862. Wounded at Antietam.

 

Kelly, Michael A. MAJ., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Kelly, Patrick CPT served as Commander of E Company at the 1st Battle of Bull Run.

 

Kelly, Patrick J. 1LT served with the Regiment during the Civil War. Killed at Antietam.

 

Kelly, Peter, LT captured at the 1st Battle of Bull Run. Escaped from Confederate prison in Richmond.

 

Kelly, R.A. LT wounded at the 1st Battle of Bull Run. Killed at Anteitam.

 

Kelly Richard CPT served with the Regiment during the Civil War. Captured the commander of the 10th Louisiana Volunteers at Malvern Hill. Commanded A Company. Died of wounds received at Spottsylvania in May 1865 while a prisoner.

 

Kelly, Theodore LT served as an officer in Company A at the 1st Battle of Bull Run.

 

Kelly. William T. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Kennedy, Rev. Eugene P. served as a chaplain during World War I overseas with the Regiment.

 

Kennelly, William, CPT served in C Company during World War I. He served as a physical fitness, self defense trainer for Donovan in Camp Mills and although an officer he would spar with his men.

 

Keveny, John 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Ketcham, Ralph C., 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Kilcourse, John J. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

King, George I. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Kinsey, Thomas A, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Kirkland, John 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Kirker, James B. CPT, a native of New York City he joined the Sixty-ninth, as captain of engineers, and served with it until after the battle of Bull Bun. He subsequently joined Corcoran’s Legion as quartermaster. Captain Kirker rendered important services on the different committees formed to raise and equip the Irish Brigade and to provide for their families.

 

Kirschner, William J. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Klauz, William COL served in every rank in the 69th from Private to LTC. Commanded the 2d Bn in the 1960s

 

Knowles, Ralph S. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Koenig, Paul S. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Korst, Donald F. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Kotz, George I. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Lacy, Philip S. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Landrigan, Alfred W, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Lanette, Kenneth 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Larkln, John J. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Larney, Leo 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Laughlin, James C. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Lawson, Alexander 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Lawrence, Andrew W. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Lawrence, George  J. MAJ., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Leaper, Robert B. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Lennon, Rev. James D. served as chaplain from 1908-14.                                        

 

Lenoir, Frank 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Leslie, J. Langdon 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Levenberg. Lawrence F. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Levine, A. A. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Levy, Morris R. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Liddy, Thomas LT served as an officer in Company B at the 1st Battle of Bull Run.

 

Light, Wesley W. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Lisiezki,  Stanley  K. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Lowry, James LT served as an officer in Company H at the 1st Battle of Bull Run.

 

Lucky, Charles M. LT served with the Regiment during the Civil War.

 

Lum, Benson LTC served as Battalion Commander in the 1990s.

 

Lyllle, John I, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Lynch CPT served with the Regiment during the Civil War. He was captured twice. Commanded a company at Cold Harbor.

 

Lynch, David CPT served with the Regiment during the Civil War. Wounded at Fredericksburg, captured at Reams Station.

 

Lynch, Rev. Lawrence introduced himself as Brooklyn’s gift to the Fighting Sixty-Ninth and although the Regiment was by then “All-American” with soldiers from every State in the Union in the ranks, he never let the boys forget they were the Sixty-Ninth of New York. On April 24th, 1945 while he was attending the wounded at the battalion aid station on Okinawa, he was killed by Japanese Artillery fire.

 

Mahon, Henry J. LT served as an officer in Company G at the 1st Battle of Bull Run.

 

Mangan, John J. MAJ., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Mangan, James M, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Marsh, Frank, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Martin, Arthur H, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Martin, Thomas C. P.V 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Martin, Reune1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

McAdie, George CPT served in A Company 1675th during World War I.

 

McAdie,  George MAJ.,  served with the 165th during World War I

 

McCabe, Rev. Anthony was a member of the Dominican Fathers. He took over as the Chaplain the moment that Father Meany fell on Makin. Aboard ship enroute to Saipan, it was his custom to recite the Rosary on deck every evening at 6 P.M. When he finished he would hold prayers for those who had not joined in. During the bitter fighting on the island, he went along with the men to the front lines, hearing confessions, offering words of encouragement and providing whatever spiritual ministrations were needed. He never thought of his own life or safety, working tirelessly as long as his boys were in danger. He left the –Sixty-Ninth when it was stationed at Espiritu Santo following the battle of Saipan. He was replaced by Father Lawrence Lynch, a member of the Redemptorist Fathers.

 

McCaffrey, Rev. Joseph retired Pastor of the Church of the Holy Cross, was Chaplain of the Sixty-Ninth from 1932 until 1939 after Father Duffy died.

 

McCann, Thomas COL, served as the Operations Officer in the 1960s and Executive Officer of the 2d Bn as a Major in the 1970s. He served as the full time administrative officer in the 1960s and 1970s.

 

McCarthy, Thomas J. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

McCartney, A. R. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

McCormick, Charles A. 1LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

McCormick, Edward J. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War

 

McCoy, Frank R., COL commanded the 165th Infantry during World War I

 

McDermott, Thomas B, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

McGee, James E. LTC commanded Company F in 1865. Wounded at Petersburg.

 

Mclntyre, James B. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

McIvor, J. P., BG born 1837, in Ireland; came to America in 1852; volunteered as a private in 1861, in the Sixty-ninth Regiment, N. Y. S. M., when said regiment offered its services to the government, April, 1861 ; was elected and commissioned as captain of Company I, April 23, 1861; was at the first battle of Bull Run, at which he was taken prisoner, with Colonel Corcoran, and so remained till August, 1862; assisted in raising and organizing the One Hundred and Six­tieth Regiment, N. Y. V., for Corcoran’s Irish Legion ; was mus­tered into the service with the last-named regiment as lieutenant-colonel, October 7, 1869; March 1st, 1863, was promoted to be colo­nel; served during the siege of Suffolk; assigned to the guarding of the railroad from Alexandria to Bull Run Bridge; May, 1864, joined the Army of the Potomac; assigned to- the Second Army Corps; took part in all the engagements of said army from Spottsylvania Courthouse to the surrender of the insurgent army under General II. E. Lee, April 1865; was commissioned brigadier-general by brevet, for “gallantry and highly meritorious services” (during the campaign, in which he commanded (Corcoran’s Irish Legion, Second Brigade, Second Division. Second Army Corps.

 

McKenna, James A. MAJ., served with the 165th during World War I

 

McKinley, Robert LT served with the Regiment during the Civil War. Taken prisoner at the Battle of Petersburg.

 

McMahon, James CPT served with the Regiment during the Civil War. Killed at Cold Harbor on June 5th 1864.

 

McMahon, Martin COL commanded the Regiment following the Civil War.

 

McManas, William S. LT served as an officer in Company E at the 1st Battle of Bull Run.

 

McKenna, Rev. Francis served as chaplain from 1957- 58.

 

McKenna, James CPT served in D Company 165th Inf during World War I.             

 

McKenna, William K, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

McKeon, Andrew  J. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

McKnight, John 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

McMullin, James C. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

McNamara, Francis J, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

McNamara, Joseph D. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

McQuade, Harry CPT served with the Regiment during the Civil War. Wounded at Deep Bottom, taken prisoner at Reams Station.

 

Meagher, John LT served with the Regiment during the Civil War. Wounded at least two times.

 

Meagher, Thomas Francis was an Irish revolutionary who was exiled from Ireland to Tasmania. He escaped and came to New York where he became a lawyer and made a famous effort in the United States Court in the case of “Fabens and other Nicaragua "filibusters”. He conceived the idea of an expedition to Central America which he undertook with Don Ramon Paez, son of President Paez of Venezuela. The purpose of the expedition was to report on the feasibility of a canal through Nicaragua. Meagher fought at the first battle of Bull Run (Manassas) as a captain of the Zouave Company in the 69th New York Militia. When he returned to New York he received permission to organize an Irish Brigade. The 69th New York Militia served as the nucleus for the Brigade and its 1st Regiment, the 69th New York Infantry Regiment. Meagher was appointed Brigadier General and led the Irish Brigade during: the Peninsular Campaign, Mechanicsville, Fair Oaks, the Peach Orchard, Malvern Hill, Antietam, Fredericksburg, and Chancellorsville. The 69th New York took part in those campaigns and many other campaigns during the Civil War. After the war he became the acting Governor of Montana.

 

Meaney,  Martin  H MAJ.,  served with the 165th during World War I

 

Meany, Rev. Stephen landed with the 69th on Makin Island during World War II. Throughout the night on the Transport he heard the confessions of the men, and at 2 A.M. he celebrated Mass. Father Meany hit the beach at 0800 and six hours later he was struck by a snipers bullet while going to the aid of a wounded soldier. Father Meany was one of a Brooklyn family of ten. He worked his way through Fordham University before he joined the Society of Jesus. His inspiration for joining the Society was the life of Father William Doyle, the Jesuit Chaplain of an Irish Regiment in the British Army during the First War.

 

Mela, Alvin S. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Merle-Smith, Van S. MAJ., graduated from Princeton, commanded Company L 165th Infantry during World War I.

 

Metcalfe, Earl K. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Metcalfe, George T. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Meyer, John   L. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Meyerson, Bruce 1LT commanded B Company, 2d Bn in the 1970s. In 2005, he was appointed Assistant Historian of the Regimental Headquarters.

 

Mingay, Henry CPT Born on Dec. 3, 1846 in Filby, England, he was the last Civil War veteran survivor of the 69th. He died at 100 years old on April 24, 1947 in Burbank, CA. In public ceremonies on Dec. 5 1946, the city of Burbank officially dedicated the elementary school at Allan and Maple in CPT. Mingay's honor.

 

Mitchell, Harry D., COL commanded the 165th Infantry during World War I

 

Mitchell, Joseph MAJ served as the Operations Office of the 2d Bn in the 1970s.

 

Mixon, Robert 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Mooney, Rev. Thomas I. is generally considered to have been the first Regimental chaplain. When the Regiment sailed for Washington at the outbreak of the Civil War, Father Mooney accompanied it. Born in Manchester, England, he had been ordained in New York in 1853 and became the pastor of St. Brigid’s Church at Eight Street and Avenue D in the following year. How he became associated with the Sixty—ninth is not known, but some think that he acted as the spiritual advisor of Company C which was known as The Mechanic Guard, and is believed to have been made up of shipyard workers living in St. Brigid’s Parish. While the ship was at sea on the way down the coast, Father Mooney said Mass on deck when the weather permitted and while they labored to build Fort Corcoran he oared for their spiritual needs and tried to keep them out of trouble. His speech at a ceremony naming one of the fort’s guns displeased Archbishop Hughes, who felt that Father Mooney’s humorous remarks were not in keeping with clerical decorum. He never returned to the War, but he followed the fortunes of the Sixty—Ninth of Meagher’s Irish Brigade with great interest; was a close friend and associate of General Corcoran in the formation of his Irish Lesion; and acted as spiritual guide to the Sixty—Ninth Regiment New York National Guard. In him the Regiment found a warm friend until his tragic death when his carriage overturned on Fifth Avenue in 1877.

 

Monohan, Humphery J. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Monohan, John J. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Montagno, Walter J. COL served as the Intelligence, Operation, Personnel, and Logistics Officer of  2d Bn during the 1960s-70s. He served as the full time staff training and administrative of the 2d Bn during that time. He Commanded the 102d Med Bn during the 1980s (E Company 69th lineage). Appointed Assistant Regimental Historian in 2005.

 

Moore, Rev. James served as chaplain form 1875-77.

                         

Moore-Smith, George COL commanded the Regiment prior to 1900.

 

Morony, Richard MAJ served with the 69th during the Civil War.

 

Morris Patrick 2LT served with the Regiment during the Civil War.

 

Morthurst, Aloysius F. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Moynahan, Timothy J. LTC served with the 165th during World War I

 

Mulhall, John D. 1Lt served with the Regiment during the Civil War.

 

Murphy, Frank M. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Murphy, Matthew LT served as an officer in Company G at the 1st Battle of Bull Run.

 

Murphy, Murtha CPT served in Company C during the Civil War. Wounded twice.

 

Murphy, M.H. CPT served with the Company A of the Regiment during the Civil War. Wounded at Petersburg.

 

Murphy R.H. LT served with the Regiment during the Civil War. Died of wounds received  at Amelia Springs.

 

Neary, Patrick 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Nespola, Richard CPT commanded A Company 2d Bn in the 1970s.

 

Newton, Raymond 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Norman John, 1LT. killed at Rouge Bouquet on March 7, 1918.

 

Norris, Elton R. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Nugent, John A. LT served as an officer in Company F at the 1st Battle of Bull Run.

 

Nugent, Robert BG taken prisoner at Bull Run and released, he commanded the 1st Regiment of the Irish Brigade (69th NY Volunteer Infantry Regiment). Wounded in the Battle of Fredricksburg.

 

O’Boyle Michael LT served as an officer in Company D at the 1st Battle of Bull Run.

 

O’Connor, Edward CPT was wounded at Fredricksburg and Spottsylvania. He was taken prisoner at Reams Station and exchanged. He then took command of F Company.

 

O'Connor, William L. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

O’Donnell, Rev. W.J. served as chaplain from 1961-63.                     

 

O'Donohue, Joseph J. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Ogle, Kenneth, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

O’Meagher, William, Surgeon served as the surgeon of the 69th New York Volunteers. Captured and released three times during the Civil War.

 

O’Neill, B.S. CPT commanded the regiment during the Civil War. Killed at Petersburg June 16, 1864.

 

O'Neill, Joseph  I, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Orgle, Samuel . 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Orr John P. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

O'Sullivan, John F.1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Otto, George F. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Parker, Charles 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Patton, William H.1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Peace, Walter  2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Pearcy Jonathan, LT served in the 8th Company of the 1st New York Regiment Infantry Continental Army (A Company lineage) during the Battle of Quebec, 1775-6.

 

Perry, Donald A. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Philbin, Ewing  2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Pierce, Charles H. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Platt, Sherman T. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Poore, John G. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Powers, Kenneth LTC served as the Intelligence Officer in the 1950s and 60s. He served for over 40 years as Historian of the Regiment.

 

Powers, Robert E. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Powers, Walter E. MAJ.,  served with the 165th during World War I

 

Prout, John T, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Quackenbos, Johannes CPT commanded the 8th Company of the 1st New York Regiment Infantry Continental Army (A Company lineage) during the Battle of Quebec, 1775-6.

 

Quinlan, James CPT served as Captain of Engineers at the 1st Battle of Bull Run.

 

Reynolds, Arthur W. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Reynolds, Rev. Frank served as a chaplain during World War II.

 

Renolds Thomas 1LT served with the Regiment during the Civil War. Killed at Malvern Hill.

 

Reed, Latham R. LTC served with the 165th during World War I

 

Reilley, Thomas T CPT. served in B Company during World War I

 

Richardson, D. M. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Riggs, Francis P, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Robertson, Alien D. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Rodriguez, Rene F. COL served as the Battalion Surgeon of the 2d Bn in the early1970s. Served as the Commander 102d Med Bn (E Company 69th lineage) in the late 1970s.

 

Rooney, Rev. John F. served as chaplain from 1940-41 and 1947-63.

 

Rowe, Lester G. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Rowley, John F, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Rupe, Forest D. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Ryan, Richard J, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Samuels, Charles G. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Santelli, John O. COL served as Commander of the 2d Bn from 1972-1975.

 

Sasnett, Lucien  2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Sasser, F. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Sasser, Frank M. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Saunders, James CPT served with Company A of the Regiment during the Civil War.

 

Scanlan, Thomas CPT served with the Regiment during the Civil War.

 

Scanlon, Terrence LT was wounded and taken prisoner at the Battle of Malvern Hill during the Civil War.

 

Scheffler, Edward S. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Schwinn, John M. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Searles, William  2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Sears, Stephen C. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Sebert, G. A. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Seidelmann, Joseph H. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Self, Frank M. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Shalvey, Edward MAJ served as Logistics Officer of the 2d Bn in the 1970s.

 

Shanley, D.S. CPT served with the Regiment in the Civil War. Wounded at Malvern Hill. Killed at Antietam.

 

Shanley Timothy L. CPT served with the Regiment in the Civil War. He was wounded at Antietam and died of his wounds on October 2, 1862 in Frederick MD.

 

Shea Charles, LTC served as Executive Officer of the 2d Bn and Commander of the 1st Bn in the 1960s-1970s. He was awarded the Medal of Honor in World War II.

 

Sherrell, William J. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Shultes, Clarence L. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Seibert,  Kenneth C, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Shanley, Bernard  2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Sharp, James W. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Simington, Bruce served in B Company 2d Bn in the 1970s. Also served in C Company 102 Med Bn (E Company lineage) in the late 1970s.

 

Sims, Anthony J. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Sinfield, Rev. F. served as chaplain from 1950-51.                  

 

Sipma, Edward  2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Slayter, Russell B. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Sleep, Leroy  2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Smith, Francis 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Smith, Herman H. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Smith, James LT served as an officer in Company C at the 1st Battle of Bull Run.

 

Smith, James L. LTC served as Adjutant of the 69th in the beginning of the Civil War.

 

Smith, McRae  2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Smith, Samuel A, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Smoot, Walter E. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Spencer, William M. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Springer, Franklin H. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Strain, Daniel LT served as an officer in Company A at the 1st Battle of Bull Run.

 

Stacom William B. MAJ., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Stevens, Floyd L. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Stokes, Horace W. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Stone, Thomas F. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Stott, Gerald R. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Stout, Louis A, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Stovern, Gotfred  2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Strang, Albert L. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Sullivan, D.L. LT served as an officer in Company A at the 1st Battle of Bull Run.

 

Sullivan, Dennis CPT served as Quartermaster with the Regiment during the Civil War.

 

Surber, Paul 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Swift, Samuel S. 2LT served with the 165th during World War I

 

Tarr, Marshall A. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Terry, Alvah L. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Tierney, James P. 2LT served with the 69th Regiment NYG during the 1940s.

 

Tierney, James P. COL served as Commander of HHC and Adjutant 2d Bn during the 1970s. Commanded Company C 102d Med Bn (E Company 69th lineage). Appointed Regimental Historian in 2004.

 

Toal, John T CPT served with the Regiment during the Civil War. Wounded at Fredericksburg.

 

Trotter, L. S. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

VanWagenen, Gerrit CPT served as a lieutenant in the 8th Company of the 1st New York Regiment Infantry Continental Army (A Company lineage) during the Battle of Quebec, 1775-6. He also commanded Gerrit VanWagenen’s Company, a unit in Aaron Burr’s New York Regiment, the 3d Regiment of Infantry New York Militia in 1786. This company is also in the lineage of A Company.

 

Vorlicek, William LTC served as an officer in the 2d Bn in the 1970s.

 

Wall, Maurice LT served as an officer in Company K at the 1st Battle of Bull Run.

 

Walsh, Michael J, CPT., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Warren, George H. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Watson, James, MAJ., served with the 165th during World War I

 

Wedinger, Robert H. BG served as commander of Combat Support Company, 2d Bn and Operations Officer and Executive Officer in the 1970.

 

Wheeler, William D. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Whelpy, Francis LT served as an officer in Company H at the 1st Battle of Bull Run.

 

Williams, Alien R. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Williams, Harry V. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Williams, John J. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Whitty, Jasper M LT served as an officer in Company C at the 1st Battle of Bull Run.

 

Willett, Rev. Thomas joined the Sixty-Ninth of Meagher’s Irish Brigade shortly after its formation and served with it for the greater part of the War. A mild and kindly native of Canada, he never hesit­ated to speak out for the right and, on occasion, to act with vigor to bring wandering feet back to the straight and narrow. During the Seven Days Battle, the chaplain seldom slept, for besides bringing spiritual consolation to the injured and dying, he performed most of the duties that now fall to the medics. After the battle of Malvern Hill, he remained on the field after the Army retired to Harrison’s Landing. fll night his lantern traced a path along the battle field. Near the dawn, the commander of a Confederate patrol, not recognizing him in the darkness, called out “A fine lot of Yanks we have here”. On leaning his mistake, he apologized. The gallant Southerners treated him with kindness and returned him to the Union lines together with the chaplain of the Irish Ninth Massachusetts Regiment who was captured at the same time. Colonel Robert Nugent of the Sixty-Ninth tells how, before the Irish Brigade charged at Fredericksburg, as the regiment was drawn up, he went down the line blessing each man, Catholic and Protest­ant alike. When he finished, the Colonel placed a sprig of boxwood in his hat and, turning to the men, called out “I’ll make an Irishman out of the Father this day.” The men laughed and began to move up the hill. Not many of them came back. Shortly after this terrible battle Father Willett resigned from the Army because of ill health. The good Father could not stay long away from his boys and early in 1864 he re­joined the Regiment and served with them to the end of the War.

 

Williams, Rt. Rev. F.J. served as chaplain from 1952-59.                   

 

Woodworth, Michael LT commanded HHC 2d Bn in the 1970s.

 

Young, Thomas H. 1LT, served with the 165th during World War I

 

Zorn, Jay, MAJ., served with the 165th during World War I

 

 





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