CDV BUST VIEW IMAGE OF OFFICER IN 43RD, 78TH & 102ND NEW YORK REGIMENTS

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Nice, crisp, clean image of Harvey S. Chatfield as Lieutenant Colonel in the 102nd New York Infantry. Image shows Chatfield in a dark double-breasted frock coat with Lieutenant Colonel’s shoulder straps. Upper left corner of mount is slightly bumped.

Reverse has wonderful period ink inscription that reads “YOURS TRULY, H. S. CHATFIELD, LT. COL. 102ND N.Y.V.V.”

Harvey Strong Chatfield was born July 19, 1837 in New York. At the time of the outbreak of the Civil War he was practicing law. The 24 year old Chatfield was commissioned at Cooperstown as a Captain in Company K, 43rd New York Infantry on August 30, 1861. Chatfield led his company through the Peninsula Campaign seeing action at Yorktown, Gaines’ Mill, Savage’s Station and Garnett’s Farm. On July 16, 1862 Chatfield resigned his commission for unknown reasons.

Over a year later on September 5, 1863 Chatfield was commissioned Captain in Company A, of the 78th New York Infantry. He was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel on February 2, 1864. He served with this regiment at Wauhatchie, Resaca, Dallas, Pine Knob and Kennesaw Mountain. On July 12, 1864 he was transferred to the 102nd New York with whom he fought at Peach Tree Creek, Atlanta, Savannah and Goldsboro.

At the close of the war he returned to New York where he married in 1868 and raised a family. He died in Manhattan on November 2, 1901 and is buried in Woodlands Cemetery, Cambridge, New York.

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