FULL STANDING VIEW OF 115TH NEW YORK OFFICER WITH INK ID

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CDV is of Lieutenant Alfred G. Noxon. He is posed leaning against his sword with one arm resting on the back of a chair. He wears a dark frock coat and trousers with sword belt and Pattern 1851 plate. His Model 1850 Foot Officer’s sword is attached to the belt.

Image has good clarity and decent contrast. Mount and paper are in good condition with only some light surface dirt. Mount has gold edge and bottom has period ink inscription “LIEUT. A. G. NOXON.”

Reverse has a period ink handwritten back mark of CARPENTER + FOX, TROY.

Alfred G. Noxon was born in Halfmoon, New York in 1843. He was commissioned a 2nd lieutenant in Company H, 115th New York Infantry on August 20, 1862. He was promoted a 1st lieutenant on February 6, 1863 and resigned on October 25, 1863.

Noxon was next commissioned a 2nd lieutenant in Company G, 192nd New York on January 26, 1865. He was promoted captain on March 23, 1865 and was mustered out at Cumberland, Maryland on August 28, 1865.

While with the 115th Noxon served at Harper’s Ferry during the Antietam Campaign and at Fredericksburg.

The 192nd New York was part of the 3rd Brigade, 3rd Division of the Army of the Shenandoah from March to April of 1865.

Alfred Noxon died in 1901 and is buried in Union Cemetery in Crescent, New York.  [ad]

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