MAJOR JACOB H. TEN EYCK (1833-1898) Railroad man, CW Leader and President of the Great Western Turnpike Company. In 1856 he went to Cuba in the business of railroading; In the Civil War raised Co. G. of the Third New York Volunteers, was commissioned a captain in the State militia. He served nearly two years, being promoted to Major of the One Hundred and Fifty-fourth New York Volunteers, and stationed in Virginia with the Eleventh Army Corps; trustee of the Albany Saving Bank, director in the Albany Insurance Co