24th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment
The 24th was mustered into service on July 2, 1861, and mustered out of service May 29, 1863. Col. Timothy Sullivan commanded the regiment, which was organized in Elmira, New York. It originally enlisted soldiers for two-year enlistments and later received 3-year men, who were later folded into the 76th New York Volunteer Infantry.
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