Abraham B. Hiltman – First Lieutenant, United States Army

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Abraham B. Hiltman, First Lieutenant, United States Army. Company H, 162 New York Volunteer Infantry. Civil War
February 14, 1842-Nov 9, 1898
“The battle is fought.”
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Abraham B. Hiltman

Residence not listed; 24 years old
Enlisted on 29 May 1862 at New York City as a Private
On 29 May 1862 he mustered into “D” Company, 37th New york Infantry
He was Mustered Out on 12 September 1862 at New York City
Enlisted on 25 September 1862 at New York City
On 17 October 1862 he mustered into “B” Company, 174th New York Infantry
He was transferred out on 9 February 1864
On 9 February 1864 he transferred into “H” Company, 162nd New York Infantry
Promotions:
Commissary Sergeant 22 December 1862
First Lieutenant,  15 August 1863
On 20 February 1864 he was commissioned into “H” Company, 162nd New York Infantry
He was discharged for disability on 25 January 1865
Promotions:
First Lieutenant 11 March 1864
Promoted to First Lieutenant, 13 May 1864


Abraham B Hiltman: Commissioned 20 February 1864
Discharged Due To Disability  25 January 1865


This Regiment was raised and organized at New York City,to serve three years.It was Mustered into service of the of the United States August 22, 1862 to October, 1862. Mustered out of service October 12, 1865, in accordance with orders from the War Deptartment.


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HILTMAN,ABRAHAM B

  • LT 182 NY INF CW
  • VETERAN SERVICE DATES: Unknown
  • DATE OF DEATH: 11/09/1898
  • DATE OF INTERMENT: Unknown
  • BURIED AT: SECTION OS  SITE 730
    ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
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