REGIMENTAL MUSTER ROLL

Today's 67th New York

One of the main duties of a re-enactor in the New 67th NY is to adopt the name and persona of a soldier in the Original 67th NY. Every Civil War regiment had an attendance sheet called a ‘muster roll’ recording the status of a soldier, whether present, missing, on sick leave, or killed in action. These muster rolls were taken at periodic intervals through the War’s duration, chronicling the toll of battle, displaying graphically how the ranks were depleted through sickness, death, or desertion. Thankfully, the original muster rolls for our regiment survived the passage of time and have fallen into our hands (or at least the copies) so that we might know the original men on a first name basis. Together with paperwork provided by the National Archives in Washington, such as pension records, we’re able to build a profile of the soldier we strive to emulate.

Captain
(President)

Lewis Peck

real name

Joe Bilardello

Second Lieutenant
(Vice President)

George W. Stillwell

real name

Tom Demaria

First Sergeant

Robert Moyer

real name

Jeff Speight

Second Sergeant
(Secretary)

William Kent

real name

Max Kenny

Corporal

Charles Armstrong

real name

David Courtenay

Corporal

Charles Deigan

real name

Bob Alonso

Corporal

Andrew Kane

real name

Mike Boyle

Corporal

William S. Capach

real name

Michael Laurino

Color Sergeant

Dan Blander

Private

John Purcell

real name

Dennis Phelps

Private

George Farr

real name

Charlie Mammarella

Private

Samuel Jamieson

real name

David Brink

Private

James H. Stillwell

real name

Will Demaria

Private

James Farr

real name

Joe Forgione

Private

George Winks

real name

Peter Forgione

Private

Brad Jennings

Private

Charles Dubet

real name

Bill Hague

Private

Brian Bennett

Musician

Frederick Fissee

real name

Alec Israeli

Private
(Treasurer)

Joseph Centliore

real name

Joseph Fanuele

Commissary

Ambrose Arnold

real name

Max Rowland

Private
(Historian)

Justin Parker

Private

Sean Luchsinger

Private / Commissary

John Roarty

Private

Ken Boyle

Private

Graham Sherret

real name

Robert Zubiller

Private & QM Sergeant

Thomas Badamo

Private

Eric Seeman

Private

Michael Clemente

Private

Timothy Magee

Private

Joseph McGowan

Private

Bruce Dow

Private

Ron Ottone

Private

David Dilse Smith

real name

Robert Pellegrino

Private

Josepeh Tilesio

War Correspondent

Kevin O'Malley

During the Civil War new recruits entering the ranks were often called 'Fresh Fish' and had to earn the respect of their comrades by 'Seeing the Elephant' meaning honorably fighting in battle. Once a new member passes one year on probation the fishy reference cease and with a favorable vote into our Company they can be called an 'Old Salt', 'Veteran', or at least some upright walking land animal (two or four footed).