14th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment
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|14th Regiment New York Volunteer Infantry|
|Active||May 17, 1861 – May 24, 1863|
|Country||United States of America|
|Nickname(s)||"1st Oneida County Regiment"|
|Col. James McQuade|
The 14th Regiment New York Volunteer Infantry was a New York infantry regiment during the American Civil War. The regiment was part of the Union Army, and was raised primarily from Oneida County, with some companies also raised from Onondaga County; Columbia County; and Lewis County.
In May 1862, the 14th New York Volunteer Infantry was assigned to second brigade, first division, V Corps, Army of the Potomac where it would serve from the Peninsula Campaign through Chancellorsville.
The companies of the 14th New York Volunteer Infantry were raised from the following locales:
- Company A - Utica
- Company B - Utica
- Company C - Utica
- Company E - Utica
- Company F - Boonville; Forestport; and Port Leyden
- Company G - Rome
- Company H - Syracuse
- Company I - Lowville
- Company K - Hudson
The 14th New York Volunteer Infantry saw the bulk of its action during the Seven Days Battles. The regiment was engaged at Beaver Dam Creek, Gaines' Mill, and was involved in the defense of the Union left flank at the Battle of Malvern Hill under Brigadier General Charles Griffin.