Captain Henry S Graves
Captain William H. Bailey
Private Clodemar Normand
Lieutenant Henry M. Mould
Corporal George Kimball Wilkins
Capt. Edward Riggs
Chaplain Charles Luther Hagar
1st Lieutenant John S. Boynton

118th N.Y. Vol. Inf. Co. F 2nd Regiment Federal Rifles, 4th Co.

Civil War Historical Re-enacting Unit

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Private Clodemar Normand

Clodemar Normand enlisted at age 25 on 8/9/1862 at Champlain, NY as a Private and mustered into "I" Co., 118th New York Infantry. He was discharged on 6/24/1865 at Norfolk, VA, Balfour US Hospital. He died in New York in 1925. He left to historians his wartime discharge and a CdV. The CdV depicts Normand with full gear including musket and kepi in his enlisted frock coat. He was of French descent and had moved to Upstate New York from Canada.