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Pvt Andrew T. Helms
23rd Alabama Infantry - Co. F   
Born 1830 in Anson County, North Carolina. Enlisted in Montgomery on 11/17/1861, recruited by Captain Wagner. Captured at Champion Hill on 5/16/1863 and imprisoned at Fort Delaware. Exchanged 7/4/1863, only to be captured again Resaca on 5/14/1864. Transferred to Camp Morton, Indianapolis, IN, where he died 3/8/1865 after a three-day bout of pneumonia.
 
-- Entered by D.C. Thomas on 8/19/2014
Pvt Joseph H. Windle
25th Tennessee Infantry - Co. D  
Joseph was 17 years old when he joined Capt Luther B Myers' Company on 1 August 1861 at Camp Myers' Tenn. Livingston Overton Co. Tenn. This became Co D. 25th Regt. Tenn Infantry. There are four cards in his file. On a CMR card dated 6 April 1864 the remarks are: Discharged under Conscription Act. One Researcher states he was killed 31 March 1864 at Abingdon Va. I have not seen proof if this.
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 8/18/2014
Pvt Job Hough
49th Wisconsin Infantry - Co. D  
Information from family records and Wisconsin military records.
 
-- Entered by Gregory Gilk on 8/18/2014
Pvt Elisha Hobbs
7th Texas Infantry - Co. C  
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 -- Entered by Jane Shipp on 8/17/2014
Pvt Levi G. Burton
1st Missouri Light Artillery - Co. K  
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 -- Entered by Alan Burton on 8/17/2014
Pvt William F. Burton
31st Missouri Infantry - Co. C  
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 -- Entered by Alan Burton on 8/17/2014
Cpl Samuel Clayton Abell
10th Kentucky Infantry - Co. H  
Captured in Alabama
 
-- Entered by Jon Michael on 8/16/2014
Puddrick Smith
10th Texas Cavalry   
Puddrick Smith is a minor never-do-well of poor repute but grandiose brag in our family history. His reputation includes liar, cheat, womanizer and horse thief. He is believed to have deserted and arrived home prior to the end of the war with several false land deeds, a small amount of cash and three horses with tack.
 
-- Entered by Lee Smith on 8/15/2014
Pvt Andrew Jackson Robertson
25th Virginia Infantry - Co. F  
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 -- Entered by jhyden on 8/15/2014
Pvt George E. Kent
25th Massachusetts Infantry - Co. H  
George E. Kent, Co. H, private, 18 at enlistment. Wounded at the battle of Roanoke Island Feb. 8, 1862 and died of wounds on October 10, 1862.
 
-- Entered by Skip Riddle on 8/15/2014
Pvt Edward R. Graton
25th Massachusetts Infantry - Co. C  
Edward R. Graton, private, 19 at enlistment. Wounded at the battle of Roanoke Island Feb. 8, 1862 and died of wounds on March 9, 1862. When wounded 'he was saved from instant death by his prayer-book, the ball stopping at the verse, Thou, gracious Lord, art my defense, On thee my hopes rely.' Source: D.H. Hurd. History of Worcester Co.,MA, pg 724.
 
-- Entered by Skip Riddle on 8/15/2014
Pvt Robert J. Turner
1st Tennessee Infantry - Co. I   
Robert is the elder brother of Ephraim Turner, and also was an original member of the Rutherford Rifles. He joined as a private but was appointed hospital steward soon after his enlistment. He fought as a private in the ranks and also attended the wounded from time to time until June 1863, when he was appointed assistant surgeon in the Confederate army. He served in that capacity until the end ...
 
-- Entered by Keith Shaver on 8/14/2014
Pvt Ephraim L. Turner
1st Tennessee Infantry - Co. I  
Ephraim joined the “Rutherford Rifles” at age 19 upon its organization at the beginning of the Civil War. He was six feet tall with a fair complexion, blond hair and hazel eyes. He fought with the company in western Virginia, Shiloh, and Perryville. He was wounded during the latter battle but was fit for duty by the time the army was engaged at Murfreesboro. He was wounded again on December 27...
 
-- Entered by Keith Shaver on 8/14/2014
Pvt Alfred T. Bryant
62nd Alabama Infantry - Co. E  
I really would appreciate all info I can get. Alfred T. Bryant private in the Company E of the 62nd Alabama Infantry. Enlisted in Talladega, Al. In 1863 and honorably discharged on May 1st 1865.
 
-- Entered by Michael Scott Dalrymple on 8/14/2014
Pvt Thomas Martin Grimes
50th Tennessee Infantry - Co. C  
Thomas Martin Grimes joined 'The Wilson Gray's' in Montgomery, Alabama on September 13, 1861. Born 1839, Died 1913 and is buried at Old Weogufka Cemetery, Coosa County, Alabama. He was my Great Great Grandfather.
 
-- Entered by Barry Grimes on 8/13/2014
Pvt Dennis Edward Todd
10th South Carolina Infantry - Co. G  
Killed by a firing squad of Horry County citizens for taking some fresh ground grits to feed his starving family in 1865.
 
-- Entered by Joe Ricks on 8/12/2014
Pvt Edward Thomas Ricks
26th South Carolina Infantry - Co. E  
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 -- Entered by Joe Ricks on 8/12/2014
Pvt Peter J. Wolff
19th Wisconsin Infantry - Co. E  
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 -- Entered by Lee Harries on 8/11/2014
Pvt James Royal Jackson
4th Minnesota Infantry - Co. G  
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 -- Entered by Lee Harries on 8/11/2014
Pvt Thomas W. Short
47th North Carolina Infantry - Co. D  
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 -- Entered by David Welch on 8/10/2014
Thomas Moss
21st Virginia Infantry - Co. E  
Information found on Fold3, indicates my ancestor fought in the 21st Infantry, Company E.
 
-- Entered by Krista Whitehead on 8/10/2014
Pvt Ole J. Skadsem
7th Minnesota Infantry - Co. G  
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 -- Entered by Colette Shea on 8/10/2014
Cpl John Parmer Birchfield
40th Illinois Infantry - Co. C   
Name also spelled BURCHFIELD. John P. Birchfield Regiment Name 40 Illinois Infantry Side Union Company C Soldier's Rank_In Pvt. Soldier's Rank_Out Corp. Alternate Name J.P./Birchfield Notes Film Number M539 roll 7 State of Illinois Muster and Descriptive Roll for 40th Infantry 'C' Company lists John as being 6'1', blue eyes, light hair and fair complexion. Resided at McLeansboro, Ill. Born in B...
 
-- Entered by Janet Housewright on 8/9/2014
Pvt Machlus Talton
2nd North Carolina Infantry - Co. H  
Machlus 'Mack' Talton, born 1823 in Johnston Co., NC. Elisted 5/21/61 at age 38. Wounded 7/1/63 at Gettysburg. Wounded at Farmville, VA 5/6/64. Served in Lee's Army of Northern VA, Jackson's 2nd Corp, Rode's Div., Ramseur's Brigade, 2nd NC Regiment,Co. H led by Major D.W. Hurtt.'The 2nd NC Infantry participated in more than fifty various engagements during it's career.' Also includes Antietam, Fre...
 
-- Entered by Ronald Eugene Talton on 8/9/2014
Davis Kennerson Higby
62nd Virginia Cavalry - Co. H  
Elected 2nd Lt. Co H, 62nd Mtd Inf Partisans The 62nd Virginia Mounted Infantry Regiment, raised in Virginia for service in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War, served in many capacities including the war, including as an infantry The 18th Virginia Volunteer Cavalry Reg, raised in Virginia for service in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War, served ...
 
-- Entered by Kevin Shanahan on 8/8/2014
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