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Henry Edwin Hayes.
Father; Jhon "John" S. Hayes., ( 1814-1901 ).
Mother: Julia Short Hayes, ( 1819-1880 ).
Brother and Sisters: Albert W., William, Luther P., Lucy I., Ann E., Cordelia A., Cordelia L., Mary F., and Eva A. Hayes
Wife: Abbie C. Hayes.
Children: Non recorded.
Henry Edwin Hayes was born in Livingston County, New York, in 1840. Three years afterward his parents removed to Cortland County, where he resided until his enlistment, in August, 1861. At this time he was attending school at Cincinnatus Academy, and had but one more term to complete the graduating course. He was the first among the students of this institution to offer his services to the country, after the call for volunteers following the first Bull Bun disaster. A short time after arriving at the Elmira rendezvous he was appointed acting adjutant by Colonel Lemmon.
This position he held for a few days, and then returned to Cortland County on recruiting service, preparatory to receiving a commission. On arriving at Elmira with his second installment of recruits, he found the Regiment fully organized and officered, and himself assigned to a position as quartermaster-sergeant on the non-commissioned staff. This position he held until the battalion organization was discontinued. In June, 1863, he was commissioned first lieutenant in Company I. Although not possessing a rugged constitution, he participated in all the engagements, marches, and duties of the Regiment up to the time of his illness, and the loss of an eye, in May, 1864, which resulted in his discharge for disability in the following August. In the spring of 1865 he went West, and took up the profession of teaching. In 1869 he received a tempting offer from a New York publishing house, which he accepted, and returned to the East. He has been connected with the old and extensive publishing house of D. Appleton & Co. since 1873, and is now manager of their educational department.
HAYES, HENRY E.—Age, 21 years. Enlisted, August 31, 1861, at McGrawville; mustered in as sergeant, Co. A, September 27, 1861, to serve three years; appointed battalion quartermaster sergeant, November 25,1861; company quarter-master sergeant, June 24,1862; first sergeant, 1862; wounded at Middleburg, Va., June 19, 1863; mustered in as second lieutenant, Co. I, to date June 19, 1863; resigned, August 1, 1864, per Special Order No. 256, Adjutant General's Office. Commissioned second lieutenant, July 27, 1868, with rank from June 19, 1863, vice Boyd, killed; First lieutenant, June 14, 1864, with rank from May 25, 1864.