127th New York Infantry
"The Monitors"
James H. Banks
1839 - Unknown
Company D
Born:  April 1839 at Newburgh, NY
Date of Death: 
Burial Location:

Enlistment Date: January 21, 1864, at Brooklyn, to serve 3 years
Mustered In: January 21, 1864
Description: 5 Feet 8 Inches Tall, Brown Eyes, Brown Hair, Fair Complexion

Wounded/Sick: Absent, sick at Regimental Hospital, Beaufort, SC, December 1864 through February 1865

Muster Out Date: As of 54th NY, April 14, 1866, at Charleston, SC

Subsequent Service: Transferred to Co.C 54th NY Infantry, June 22, 1865

Mother’s Name: Ann

Occupations: Pre War: Seaman

Known Addresses:1864: Flatlands, Brooklyn, NY

Last Pension Rate: Town paid $20 Bounty and county paid $50 Bounty on enlistment in the 127th.

Sources:
Report of the Adjutant General New York
127th New York Volunteers By Franklin McGrath
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