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2 Lt Frederick Geiger
97th Ohio Infantry - Co. E   
Buried in College Hill Cemetery on Ohio State Route 4 in Chatfield, Ohio.
 
-- Entered by Rob Geiger on 4/23/2014
Lt John Eli Ingram
Thomas' Legion - Co. H  
My Great Grandfather. In every instance found is recorded as just Eli Ingram, but tombstone has John Eli Ingram. Wife was Mary Catherine Whitaker, daughter of Captain Stephen Whitaker of Walkers Battalion.
 
-- Entered by Carolyn Ellertson on 4/23/2014
Lt Jacob Middleton Wheeler
3rd South Carolina Artillery Battalion - Co. F  
Jacob Middleton Wheeler, a son of John Jacob Wheeler and Sarah 'Sallie' Bowers Wheeler; enlisted as a Private in Company F, 3rd Battalion, South Carolina Light Artillery (Palmetto Battalion) and rose to rank of Lieutenant. He was wounded at Sharpsburg and sent home. After he recovered, Lieut. Wheeler answered the call and joined the cavalry until the end of the war. Lieut. Wheeler was married twic...
 
-- Entered by G. M. Gaston on 4/23/2014
4th Cpl Jonathan S. Bilbro
61st Alabama Infantry - Co. H  
Jonathan enlisted on July 25th 1863 at the age of 15. He was either killed at the battle of Spotsylvania in May of 1864 or was captured there and died in prison. At any rate, he never returned home. He was only 16.
 
-- Entered by Barbara Eike on 4/23/2014
Pvt Joshua Lewis Harris
51st Georgia Infantry - Co. A  
Joshua enlisted on March 4th 1862 on the same day as the man whose daughter would later marry his son. He was captured at the battle of Gettysburg in July of 1863 and held until September 18th 1864 when he was paroled and returned to his unit.
 
-- Entered by Barbara Eike on 4/23/2014
Pvt Yelvington Thaxton Urquhart
51st Georgia Infantry - Co. A  
Yelvington was both a planter and a country doctor. He enlisted on March 4th 1862 and was given a medical discharge on July 17th 1862 for an illness with an 'undiscoverable' cause but had all the symptoms of multiple sclerosis.
 
-- Entered by Barbara Eike on 4/23/2014
4th Cpl James Andrew Bilbro
3rd Alabama Infantry - Co. C  
James enlisted on April 27th, 1861 in Tuskegee. He received a medical discharge due to injury on June 21st 1862. He died at the age of 80 in Gadsden, Alabama.
 
-- Entered by Barbara Eike on 4/23/2014
Capt William Thomas Bilbro
3rd Alabama Infantry - Co. C   
William had been working in his father's store when he enlistd on April 27th 1861 in Tuskgeege. He became camp commander in 1862. His unit was involved in the battles of Seven Pines and Antietam, where William was captured and briefly held before being exchanged. He was killed in the battle of Spotsylvania on May12, 1864.
 
-- Entered by Barbara Eike on 4/23/2014
Pvt Daniel L. Bryant
50th Georgia Infantry - Co. F  
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 -- Entered by William Ballinger on 4/22/2014
Capt William Henry Fleming/Flemming
34th Texas Cavalry - Co. K  
Was in 34th Texas Cavalry (Alexander Almerines) as well as the 2nd Texas Cavalry. Name spelled with one 'm' or two 'mm's. Enlisted in Waco according to his obituary. Also pictured under banner of Wallers Company C, Tom Green Brigade, group photo,at the 1902 reunion at Dallas. Was a resident of Neosho, MO at the time. (incorrectly spelled Neosha by the newspaper). Obit states he was at Prairie Gro...
 
-- Entered by Carolyn Ellertson on 4/22/2014
Pvt JACOB J. WEAVER
59th Tennessee Infantry - Co. F  
Jacob was son of Conrad and Catherine Wassom Weaver. He was born in 1839 at his parent's home on Weaver Branch Road, Bluff City, TN. Jacob enlisted in CO F, 59th TN MOUNTED INF April 2, 1862. He was enlisted by W L Eakin, Lt. Col. CSA. Jacob served in the Vicksburg Campaign from March 29-July 4,1863, where his unit surrendered July 4, 1863 and he became a prisoner of war. They were paroled July 9,...
 
-- Entered by JACKIE WEAVER DENNISON on 4/22/2014
Pvt WILLIAM W. WEAVER
63rd Tennessee Infantry - Co. E   
William was son of Conrad and Catherine Wassom Weaver. He was born in 1844 at his parent's home on Weaver Branch Road, Bluff City, TN. William enlisted as a private in CO E, 63rd Regt. Tennessee Inf. William was captured near Knoxville,TN Nov. 3, 1863. He was taken to Rock Island Prison Barracks. He passed away January 19, 1864 of chronic diarrhea. He is buried in plot #227, south of the prison ba...
 
-- Entered by JACKIE WEAVER DENNISON on 4/22/2014
Pvt JAMES WEAVER
63rd Tennessee Infantry - Co. E   
James was the son of Conrad and Catharine Wassom Weaver, born in 1836 at his parent's home on Weaver Branch Road, Bluff City, TN. James enlisted as a private in CO E 63rd Regt. in 1861. James re-enlisted July 18, 1863 at Winchester, VA.James was mortally wounded at the Battle of Chickamauga Sept. 20, 1863. James was brother to Jacob J (Co F 59th Tennessee Mounted Inf) James was brother to Willia...
 
-- Entered by JACKIE WEAVER DENNISON on 4/22/2014
Pvt Leroy Kellam
6th Virginia Infantry  
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-- Entered by Cindy Brown on 4/22/2014
Pvt Charles R. Rankin
6th Mississippi Infantry - Co. H   
Charles R. Rankin is my 3rd great grandfather. He enlisted in Company H (a.k.a Simpson Fencibles) when he was 17 years old. He served until the unit surrendered in 1865. He came back to Simpson County and married Margaret Caroline Stubbs and had 13 children. Their 9th child Elizabeth Rush Rankin is my 3rd great grandmother. Charles R. Rankin also raised my great grandmother Annie Jane Sellers alon...
 
-- Entered by Adam McWilliams on 4/22/2014
Pvt Henry Bainbridge Pope
45th Georgia Infantry - Co. K   
Henry enlisted on march 4th, 1862. He was captured at Petersburg Va on March 27th 1865 and was released June 16th. He had 11 children (including my grandmother) and died in Lonoke, AR at the age of 55.
 
-- Entered by Barbara Eike on 4/22/2014
Sgt Maj Robert Reid Hemphill
1st South Carolina Infantry - Co. G   
Robert Reid Hemphill, 2nd of four sons born to Rev. William R. and Hannah Hemphill, in Abbeville, South Carolina on May 3rd 1840. He graduated with first honors at Erskine College, in 1859. When the war started, he enlisted June 8, 1861 at Richmond, in the Seventh South Carolina Volunteers, as a private. First acting as orderly for General M. L. Bonham, deceased, at the first battle of Manassa...
 
-- Entered by G. M. Gaston on 4/22/2014
Pvt Benjamin Franklin Guined
31st Alabama Infantry  
B.F. Guined is my maternal great grandfather to my mothers side. My son Eddie and I try to find as much about him as we can.
 
-- Entered by Tom bratton on 4/22/2014
Pvt Clark Cleaveland
32nd Wisconsin Infantry - Co. D   
Enlisted 26 Nov 1863. Died 21 April 1864 in Decatur, AL of disease. Originally buried in vicinity of Mooresville, AL, later buried in Corinth National Cemetery, Corinth, MS.
 
-- Entered by Julia Easley on 4/21/2014
Pvt John Burton Arnold
4th Florida Infantry - Co. D   
Lost his right hand at Chickamauga Georgia. Went on to serve until the surrender.
 
-- Entered by Iva Lou Arnold Eldon on 4/21/2014
Sgt Absolom Farrar Winfrey
1st Mississippi Light Artillery (Withers) - Co. L  
Granted a disability discharge in Aug 1864 at age 50. Had been captured and paroled at Vicksburg in July 1863, and re-enlisted after exchange. He held young slaves named Constantine and Violet who married and who are the ancestors of Oprah Winfrey. After the war, Absolom gave the couple a plot of land, where they lived out their lives in Montgomery County, MS.
 
-- Entered by Boyd Gatlin on 4/21/2014
Pvt John Lind Hemphill
1st South Carolina Infantry - Co. G  
Rev. John Lind Hemphill was born in Abbeville County, South Carolina on February 21, 1838. He was received as a student of Theology by the Second Presbytery in 1859; then studied Theology at Due West and was licensed by the same Presbytery at Bethel, Laurens Co., South Carolina on April 6th 1861. During the Civil War, Rev. Hemphill served in Company G, 1st Regiment Rifles, known as Orr's Rifles, t...
 
-- Entered by G. M. Gaston on 4/21/2014
Pvt William Earl Forsyth
1st Texas Infantry - Co. M  
Enrolled at Sumptner, TX. Wounded at Wilderness.
 
-- Entered by Sarah Warren on 4/21/2014
Pvt Lewis Gatlin
62nd Tennessee Infantry - Co. E  
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 -- Entered by Boyd Gatlin on 4/20/2014
Capt Uriah Skinner
48th Georgia Infantry - Co. D  
Uriah was killed July 2nd 1863 at Gettysburg.
 
-- Entered by Jamie Newton on 4/20/2014
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