Private John Buckley

Born in 1840, he enlisted in Yonkers for three years in Co F 40 N. Y. Infantry on June 14
1861. He fought in battles at Bull Run, Cross Keys, Gettysburg and Spottsylvania.
In April, 1864 Buckley was sick in the Fairfax Seminary army hospital in Alexandria. 
He was transferred to Co G and discharged on June 27, "on expiration of term of
He is# 140 on the Adjutant General's New York data Base, is NARA 551/ roll 17
National Archives. His government stone is 8603 on WPA locations and has a GAR
He was not in the 1890 Veterans Census. Can not find him in the 1860 census, but in
1870 he is a shoemaker in North Castle, wife Ardella and two young children. In 1880
he was working in a shoe shop, living in Lewisboro. He is not in the 1890 Veteran's
There is no record of him receiving the government stone. He is not in Veterans census
of 1890, and there is no record of any pension. 
Further information may be in his NARA file.