Van Patten and the Military
This page is dedicated to all the Van Patten men and women
who have gallantly served in the Armed Forces, especially to
those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice with their lives.
Frederick Van Patten, soldier of
what era ? Is he of the Civil War or
before ? Any uniform experts out
there ? Belt Buckle has an "I" or a
drummers clasp. Is he a musician?
Allyn Van Patten of Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY plays TAPS at
Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, DC for a fallen officer
of the 11SEP2001 (911) terrorist attack on the Pentagon (seen in
background) More to come, but need someones help to link this
gallant soldier (if you know him, please contact me)..
Dr. Myndart Van Patten (1835-1931) (known as
Minard Van Patten). Civil War: Co. F, 110th New York
Volunteer Infantry. Wounded - released from duty in a
convalesant home in Virginia.
Silas (Cornelius) Van Patten (1840-1932); Civil War: Enlisted as a
Private on 26 August 1862 at the age of 22.
Enlisted in Company A, 134th Infantry Regiment New York on 22 Sep
Transferred out of Company A, 134th Infantry Regiment New York on
10 Jun 1865.
Transferred into Company C, 102nd Infantry Regiment New York on 10
Mustered Out Company C, 102nd Infantry Regiment New York on 21
Jul 1865 at Alexandria, VA.