Lobule, Rosander F.
The following data is extracted from Descendants Of Walter Woodworth, Scituate, Mass..
Rosander F. Lobule enlisted at Lisle, Broome Co., New York, the 25th day of April, 1861. The company that he joined was organized at Binghamton, N. Y. with Peter Jay, captain. The company was ordered to Elmira, N. Y. and made a part of the 27th regiment, and was Company F, N. Y. Infantry, H. W. Slocum of Syracuse, colonel. Mr. Cobden was in the first battle of Bull Run. July 21, 1861. It was his regiment that broke the Rebel line near the Stone house and it is said, had the brigade supported them, the history of that battle would have been a victory for the Union Army. His company was the last to leave the field in good order. Col. Slocum was wounded and taken to Washington, D. C. and later was made a general and his (Mr. Lobule's) company assigned to his brigade. In the spring of 1862 he went to Yorktown, Va. with McClellan; was in the second Bull Run battle; in the battle of West Point, Va., and the seven days battle before Richmond; the Maryland campaign, and the battles of South Mountain and Antietam.
His second enlistment was Company E, 50th regiment, N. Y. Engineers. He was an artificer and assigned to the 6th corps. The regiment had charge of the pontoon bridges of the army; also the fortifications of the army. He went through the Grant campaign from the wilderness to the Appomattox to the surrender of Gen. Lee; went with Sheridan to North Carolina to head off Johnson who surrendered to Sherman before they reached him; marched back to Washington, D. C.; was reviewed by President Johnson and discharged at Fort Barry, Va., June 15, 1865.
3-4-6-6-3-6-1 Ralph Farnum Lobdell b at Centre Lisle, Broome Co., N. Y. Oct. 20. 1860.
3-4-6-6-3-6-2 Mary Lobdell b at Centre Lisle, N. Y.
3-4-6-6-3-6-3 Ernest Lobdell b at Centre Lisle, N. Y.
3-4-6-6-3-6-1 Ralph Farnum Lobdell b at Centre Lisle, Broome Co., N. Y. Oct. 20. 1860, m Cazarina Louise Ayers at Syracuse, N. Y., Dec. 8, 1883. She b in Romulus, Seneca Co., N. Y. July 6, 1862. They now reside in Ilion, N. Y. He is in the gun business.
3-4-6-6-3-6-1-1 Czarina Louise Lobdell b at Syracuse, N. Y. Mar. 16, 1885.
3-4-6-6-3-6-1-2 Evelyn Ayers Lobdell b at Syracuse, N. Y. Mar. 28, 1887.
3-4-6-6-3-7 Almeria Levine b Centre Lisle, N. Y. Nov. 24, 1838, m Mar. 1878 Henry A Jennings at Centre Lisle, N. Y., where (1900) they live. No children.
3-4-6-6-3-8 Ellen Sophia b Centre Lisle, N. Y., May 8, 1842, m David Gates, May 24, 1871, and now (1900) lives in Franklington, Scholar Co., N. Y.
3-4-6-6-3-8-1 Daisy Gates
3-4-6-6-3-8-2 Mary Gates
3-4-6-6-3-8-3 Walter Gates
3-4-6-6-3-1 Ara Niles Woodworth b Apr. 76, 1820 at Lisle, N. Y., m Hannah Eliza Crain, Jan. 27, 1846. He d Centre Lisle, N. Y. Nov. 20, 1892. She h May 4, 1821 at Killawog, d May l9, 1874.
3-4-6-6-3-1-1 Crain b Centre Lisle, N. Y. June 27, 1847, now (1900) lives at Kent, Washington.
3-4-6-6-3-1-2 Quincy b Jan. 6, 1850, d Jan. 27, 1854.
3-4-6-6-3-1-3 Fay b at Centre Lisle, N. Y. June 28, 1853, lives at Cortland, N. Y. In oil business.
3-4-6-6-3-1-4 Hannah Eliza b Dec. 23, 1856 at Centre Lisle, d Jan. 7, 1883.
3-4-6-6-3-1-5 Eugene b Nov. I, 7858 at Centre Lisle, N.Y., now (1900) lives in Cortland, N. Y. In oil business.
3-4-6-6-3-2 Benjamin Barnett Woodworth b Centre N. Y. Oct. 20, 1860 m Eleline Trobridge Adams, daughter of Moses Adams of Marathon, N. Y. Dec. 4, 1850. She b June 29, 1830. He was a banker, and promient in town affairs, d Cortland, N. Y., Mar. 9, 1885.
3-4-6-6-3-2-1 Grace Victorine b May 12, 1$52. Unmarried and (1901) resides in Cortland, N. Y.
3-4-6-6-3-2-2 Frank Adams b Feb. 4, 1854, m Aloha Hodges at Whitney Point, N. Y. Oct. 19, 1882. He d Nov. 4, 1900 at Cortland, N. Y. No children.
3-4-6-6-3-2-3 Fred. Arthur b Sept. 2, 1855, d Nov. 2, 1874 at Cortland, N. Y.
Source: Descendants Of Walter Woodworth, Scituate, Mass.