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28th New York Infantry Regiment
Niagara Rifles; Scott Life Guard
James W Moore

James Moore enlisted as Private with Company E of the 28th New York in May 1861, was promoted to Corporal in July 1862 and was mustered out in June 1863.
He is buried at the Village Cemetery in Victor, Ontario County, NY. The cemetery is behind the Presbyterian Church at the junction of Main Street (Rt96) and Church Street.
Mr. Moore is buried there with his wife, Irenee (Nee Nelson), and their son, Albert N.
His wife and his grave marker reads:
1836 - 1906
Enlisted May 1861
Co.E 28,Reg't N.Y.V.
ReEnlisted Sept 1864
Co.K 2,N.Y.V. Cav.
His Wife
1840 - 1911
His sons marker reads:
Son of
J.W. & Irenee
Apr. 1 1885
Aged 12 Years
9 M's & 2 D's
The marker is towards the back of the cemetery; in fact, I had taken a few steps to the right while taking the first picture I'd have been standing on the railroad tracks which border the southern edge of the cemetery. The marker is not in the best of conditions and some sections are difficult to read.
Note. There is a fence around the cemetery with only one small gate to the west of the cemetery, by the railroad tracks which run along the southern edge.

Last visited: March 2009.