Monday, December 08, 2014

James Nutt, New York..

New York 144th.,  Infantry, Regimental History.

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page, 215,Lieut. Nutt did not lose his foot, but it was so badly injured that he never recovered from the injury, but has suffered and still suffers most excruciating pain, a result of the wound. He too rejoices that he was able to do and to endure for a country beloved.

page 309., James Nutt. Oct. 29, 1864; Nov. 29, 1864; promoted from 1st Sergt. Co. F. 144th N. Y. Vol.; discharged by reason of wounds received at James Island, Feb. 1865, in June, 1865 ; address, Hancock, N. Y.

 page, 349.,Nutt, James. 24; Newburg, N. Y., Aug. 14, 1862; Corp. at org. of Regt.; pro. to Sergt. April 24, 1864; to 1st Sergt. May is, 1864; 2nd Lieut. Nov. 29, 1864; address, Hancock, N. Y.

New York State Records.

NUTT, JAMES.—Age, 24 years. Enrolled, August 14, 1862, at Newburgh, to serve three years; mustered in as corporal, Co. F, September 27, 1862; promoted sergeant, April 24, 1863; first sergeant, May 15, 1864; mustered in as second lieutenant, Co. B, October 29, 1864; wounded in action, February 10, 1865, at. James' Island, S. C; discharged for disability, October 3, 1865. Commissioned second lieutenant, November 15, 1864, with rank from October 29, 1864, vice J. H. Zabriskie resigned.

James Davidson Nutt 

Birth: Apr. 25, 1838 Newburgh Orange County New York.
Death: Jun. 27, 1911 Hancock Delaware County New York.

Parents: Joseph Davidson Nutt & Martha Bell Nutt.

Wife: Adalyn Susan "Addie" Breakey Nutt.
Married 1871.

Children: Willie (b-1872); Henry Davidson (b-1874); and Addie B. (b-1876 m-Seibert).

Siblings: James Davidson Nutt (1838 - 1911), Isabella Nutt Best (1845 - 1883), William S. Nutt (1853 - 1877), Willard F. Nutt (1853 - 1893).

Burial: Old Village Community Cemetery Hancock Delaware County New York

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