Private David D Brundage

Born in North Castle, August 13 1838, parents Alpheus and Mary Lewis Brundage,
occupation shoemaker. Enlisted in North Castle August 20 1862 for three years in First
Mounted Rifles.
Fought at Suffolk and Smith Mills, Va.
Discharged for disability on March 26 1865. He received an invalid's pension on July 7
1890 and his wife, Sarah, received her widow's pension on March 25 1913.
He died about 1912 and is buried next to Edward Riley, Sylvester Ackerman and William
Freeland. He has a government stone and G.A.R. marker that is #8614 in WPA location. 
Brundage is on page 8 of North Castle Town Clerk's roster,,is #970 on NY Adjutant
General's Data Base, is 551/roll 17 NARA, National Archives and was in the 1890
Veterans' census.
His brother, George, also served in First Mounted, and is buried in the Methodist