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The 184th New York Infantry Regiment lost 1 officer and 10 enlisted men killed or mortally wounded and 27 enlisted men to disease during the Civil War.

Organized at Oswego, N.Y. under Colonel Wardwell G. Robinson, Lt. Colonel William P. McKinley and Major William D. Ferguson for one year’s service
September 12 Companies A, B, D and F Mustered in at Elmira, N.Y. and left State for the Shenandoah Valley under Major W. D. Ferguson. Attached to 1st Brigade, 3rd Division, 6th Army Corps.
September 16 Companies C, E, G, H, I and K left State for Bermuda Hundred, Va., Dept. of Virginia and North Carolina under Colonel Robinson.
October 19
Battle of Cedar Creek

Companies A, B, D and F were engaged under the command of Major Ferguson, losing killed or mortally wounded First Lieutenant Augustus Phillips of Company D; Corporal John M. Wing and Private Job Babcock of Company F; Privates Peter E. Eldred, Andrew W. Fish, Hale Henry and Dwight Parkhurst of Company A, Joseph Menney and John P. Sabin of Company D; and 34 enlisted men wounded.

October-December Duty at Kernstown Companies A, B, D and F
December 3-6 Companies A, B, D and F moved to Washington, D.C., then to Petersburg, Va.
December Regiment reunited and assigned to Separate Brigade, Army of the James at Hartson’s Landing, Va. Company I detached at Fort Pocahontas.
April 20 Private Daniel Cole of Company K killed by accidental explosion of shell
June 29 Mustered out at City Point, Va. under Colonel Robinson, Lt. Colonel McKinley and Major Ferguson. Recruits transferred to 96th New York Infantry.