Private Charles Raymond
Born in North Castle on September 17 1817, parents Thomas and Ann Flewelling
Raymond, single, 47, shoemaker, enlisted on January 2 1864 in Tarrytown for three
years in Co H 5 NY HA and received a bounty of $300.
He was sick in the army hospital on October 8 1864 was transferred to Co C 10 Rg't
Veterans Reserve on March 1865 and mustered out in Washington, DC on July 31
He lived in Armonk and was Town Clerk from 1865 to 1875. Richard N Lander said that
he was a highly popular Republican politician. He was a member of G.A.R. post 169.
Died April 11 1887, has a government stone.
He is on page 5 on North Castle Town Clerk's roster, is M551 /roll 118 on NARA,
National Archives, is #1068 on Adjutant General's and New York data Base, 8622 on
W.P.A. Location. Raymond was described as having grey eyes, fair complexion, black
hair and was 5' 7 1/2 ". He remained a life long bachelor, according to censuses.
There is no record of his receiving a pension.