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Pvt Francis Marion Hodge
18th South Carolina Infantry - Co. I   
Francis was about 25 years old when he joined on 2 April 1862 at Charleston. Enlisted by Col. Gadberry. His original enlistment document survived. He suffers from chronic diarrhea and is hospitalized several times. In March 1864 he is on detached duty as a Teamster. In April 1864 he is in the hospital in Wilmington NC. He has not been paid in 8 months. Last record of pay was 31 Dec 1863. 29 March ...
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 6/27/2017
Pvt Joseph Carter Green
29th Alabama Infantry - Co. K   
He is my great great great grandfather.
-- Entered by Charles Cook on 6/27/2017
Pvt William Harrison Smith
90th Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. H  
Great grandfather. Joined the 90th PA Volunteers as a teenager in 1861. Remained in the regiment until 1864 when the regiment was dissolved. He transferred to the 11th PA Infantry and was present at Appomattox at the time of Gen. Lee's surrender.
-- Entered by David Parker on 6/26/2017
Cpl William Muster
27th Indiana Infantry - Co. H  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Lee Nixon on 6/21/2017
John Jack Townsend
Flordia Home Guards  
When Fl. seceeded from the Union, in 1861, Capt. Jack Townsend, thenwell into his sixties, volunteered for local service in Capt. James H.Breaker's Company of 'Old Guards Mounted Rangers.' After several monthsthe company was discharged due to the advanced. My Uncle is buried in Dade city Florida.
-- Entered by Laurie Knotts on 6/18/2017
Pvt John Pent
7th Florida Infantry - Co. K  
This is my 2x great grandfather who left his home in Key West to fight for the south. He was wounded at Missionary ridge but survived and was able to return home. He is buried in Key West.
-- Entered by Laurie Knotts on 6/18/2017
Sgt Lucius S. Ledford
62nd North Carolina Infantry - Co. B   
-- Entered by Gregory Ledford on 6/16/2017
William Henry Goodson Cairnes
3rd North Carolina Mounted Infantry  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Roger Gardin on 6/15/2017
William Whited
155th Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. K  
Buried at Pine Creek Baptist Church Cemetery Kittanning Armstrong County Pennsylvania, USA
-- Entered by Greg Whited on 6/13/2017
Sgt Fred Sheckler
155th Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. K   
Killed at the battle of North Anna 23 May, 1864
-- Entered by Greg Whited on 6/13/2017
Sgt Josiah Lott Warren, Jr.
5th Florida Infantry - Co. E  
Josiah enlisted on 28 Feb 1862 at Madison County Court House to serve three years. He served in Co. E., 5th Regiment, Florida Infantry. He was made Sergeant when he entered but was Private when he died. Following the Battle of Second Bull Run Manassas, Virginia, Josiah was hospitalized in Warrenton Hospital where he died of chronic diarrhea 1862: June 27: Battle of Cold Harbor (Richmond VA), whic...
-- Entered by John Chace on 6/11/2017
Pvt Alson Grey Amick
38th North Carolina Infantry - Co. E   
Enlisted in 1864
-- Entered by Carol Davis on 6/10/2017
Pvt Thomas J. Ayres
21st Virginia Infantry - Co. D   
Thomas J. Ayres enlisted in Co. D, 21st. Infantry Regiment from Buckingham County, Virginia March 18, 1862. He was later wounded in 1864. He is not directly related to me, but is in my family tree due to marriage's.
-- Entered by Jerry Dunford on 6/8/2017
Pvt John Wesley Chandler
16th Louisiana Infantry - Co. I   
Broken thigh at Battle of Shiloh, left on field and taken prisoner, exchanged at Vicksburg. Present at Battle of Stones River, taken to Tullahoma, Tennessee where he died on January 2, 1863. Buried in a mass grave in the Confederate section of Maplewood Cemetery, Tullahoma, Tennessee.
-- Entered by Douglas Stanley on 6/7/2017
Pvt Thomas Claiborne Goode
44th Virginia Infantry - Co. I  
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 -- Entered by Ayo on 6/6/2017
Pvt James Matthew Thonas
43rd North Carolina Infantry - Co. H  
James was about 22 years old. He enlisted in Anson County on 1 Feb 1865. Sent to Petersburg where he was captured on 3 April, He was released from Point Lookout Md on 21 June 1865 after swallowing the yellow dog. He was my 3rd cousin 4 x removed.
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 6/5/2017
William Harrison Winn
9th Virginia Cavalry - Co. C  
William Harrison Winn enlisted in 1861 and witnessed the surrender April 9th. 1865 at Appomattox. He was born March 2,1841 in Lunenburg County, Virginia, and died Nov.18, 1931 at 90. He died at the Old Confederate Soldiers Hospital/Home on Clay St. in Richmond, Virginia. He is buried in Oakwood cemetery in Richmond, Va. I am not sure if he is my direct kin, as I am kin to many Winn's from Lunenbur...
-- Entered by Carlton Dunford on 6/5/2017
1st Cpl Edwin Patterson Holloway
Page's Battery, Morris Artillery - Co. H  
great, great, grandfather on mother's side. enlisted 8/5/1861. Wounded at Antietam, Sharpsburg 9/17/1862 and again at Chancellorsville 5/2/1863. Paroled 4/22/1865
-- Entered by gary m brock on 6/3/2017
Pvt James Powell
2nd Kentucky Cavalry - Co. G  
Enlisted 14 May 1862 when John Hunt Morgan raised a company in Blount County, Alabama. He was captured at Buffington Island 19 July 1863 and was a P.O.W. at Camp Douglas until paroled 21 Feb 1865.
-- Entered by Dickey L. Powell on 6/3/2017
Pvt John McLain/McLen
24th Massachusetts Infantry - Co. D  
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 -- Entered by Andrew on 6/3/2017
Pvt James Lewis Bethurum
55th Kentucky Mounted Infantry - Co. G   
James L. Bethurum was my great-grandfather. He was from the Mt. Vernon area of Rockcastle County, Ky. James was born abt1847 and died 19 Nov 1878. His headstone should be somewhere on the family property at the time. I have yet been unable to locate the site of his burial.
-- Entered by James Garver on 5/29/2017
Pvt Newton Alderson Smith
108th Virginia Militia - Co. D  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Troy H. Sutton on 5/28/2017
1st Sgt Alexander H. Fraze
123nd Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. K  
Civil War Tombstone is in Allegheny County Pennsylvania (Prospect Cemetery 802 10Th ave Brackenridge Pa 15014). He was born in 1823 Passed 1903 Joined August 3rd 1862: Mustered in on Aug 9th 1862 Age 39 Corp Mustered out: May 13th 1863 1st SGT Film # M554 Roll39 Battles: 2nd Bull Run~Manasses / Fredericksburg Va / Chancellorville Va / Antietam Md
-- Entered by John Arndt on 5/28/2017
Green Berry King
37th Mississippi Infantry - Co. D  
His gravestone with CSA inscription on the headstone is here, https://findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=38316720
-- Entered by William R King on 5/27/2017
Jessie W. Ruff
33rd Georgia Infantry  
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 -- Entered by Mike Ruff on 5/26/2017