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Pvt George Washington Jackson Ford
46th Georgia Infantry - Co. H  
GWJ Ford was my Great-grandfather and served in the 46th Ga. infantry from Marion Co. Ga. He later moved to Cherokee Co. Tex. where he died in 1917.
-- Entered by Tommy Ford on 5/2/2016
Pvt Benjamin Franklin Bass
3rd Arkansas Cavalry - Co. A  
No Comments
 -- Entered by duane bass on 5/1/2016
Cpl Abner Baldwin
18th Virginia Infantry - Co. H  
Baldwin , Abner BATTLE UNIT NAME:18th Regiment, Virginia Infantry SIDE:Confederacy COMPANY:H SOLDIER'S RANK IN:Private SOLDIER'S RANK OUT:Corporal FILM NUMBER:M382 ROLL 3 Paroled April 9, 1865 at Appomattox Court House, VA
-- Entered by Brian Vandegrift on 5/1/2016
Watson Kerr
1st West Virginia Cavalry - Co. B  
See for more information about the First West Virginia Calvary, Watson lived in Greene County PA BUT served with West virginia. His two brothers isaiah ( Died in Fort Smith, Arkansas ) anD Nathaniel died in Muscatine, Ohio. All three brothers died after 1900. See more info about Watson Kerr on Find a Grave
-- Entered by C Kerr on 5/1/2016
Pvt John Dietrich (Didrich)
24th Iowa Infantry  
This is my Great-Great Grandfathers brother. He died at the Battle of Big Black River in Mississippi.
-- Entered by Gary McKelvey on 4/30/2016
Augustus Wachtler
35th Wisconsin Infantry  
Justus is my Great-Great Grandmothers brother.
-- Entered by Gary McKelvey on 4/30/2016
2 Lt David Ellison Willis
32nd Georgia Infantry - Co. H  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Joel Willis on 4/30/2016
Pvt Mallary H. Spicer
13th Virginia Infantry - Co. E  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Kelly McKenna Thomas on 4/30/2016
Pvt Mallary Spicer
13th Virginia Infantry - Co. E  
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 -- Entered by Kelly McKenna Thomas on 4/30/2016
Pvt Jacob Heckenlively
25th Missouri Infantry - Co. B  
Please add Jacob Heckenlively's name to the roster of the 25th Missouri Infantry.
-- Entered by Rol Morris on 4/30/2016
Pvt Hezekiah Kinser
16th Indiana Infantry - Co. B   
He died in Jefferson, Louisiana on Nov 11, 1863. He was in the infantry. Enlistment date was August 18, 1862.
-- Entered by Annette De La Croix on 4/30/2016
Pvt Henry C. Wade
42nd Virginia Infantry - Co. A  
Henry C. Wade was wounded at the Battle of Chancellorville and lost his left arm to amputation. He was sent to Hospital No 1 in Richmmond Virginia just after the Battle, and later to The Danville Hospital. He was later furloughed to his nearby home in Henry County Virginia, and never returned to the fight.
-- Entered by Michael Baker on 4/30/2016
Ira V. Holcombe
1st South Carolina Infantry (McCreary's) (1st Provisional Army)  
Civil War, Confederate Service records are from National Archives Microfilm at S. C. Archives. Enlisted 8-1-1863, Served in Co. J, 5th Regiment, S. C. State Troops 1863-1864 and later reenlisted 3-2-1864 in Co. K, 1st McCrearys S. C. Infantry, 1864 S. C. Provisional Army, 1900 Census S. C. show a 2nd marriage to Jodie. 1860 Census Household ID 1188 GS Film Number 805222 Digital Folder Number ...
-- Entered by Marsheila on 4/29/2016
Pvt James Steelman
8th Tennessee Infantry - Co. D  
James Steelman was born in Surry County, North Carolina in 1820. Son of James and Chloe Ashby Steelman. James joined the 8th Tennessee Inf. Co. D at Fayetteville, Lincoln Co., Tenn. This regiment participated in the Cheat Mtn. Campaign, Shiloh, Tenn., Corinth, Miss., Perryville, Ky.,and lastly at Stones River/Murfreesboro, Tenn. where James was killed in action on Dec. 31, 1862. Terrible casualty ...
-- Entered by Michael Francis on 4/28/2016
Pvt Darius Scott
21st Ohio Infantry - Co. K   
Darius Scott was born in Hilgay, Parish Norfolk England in October, 1841. He migrated to Wood County, Ohio with his father in the early 1850s. Enlisted in the 21st Ohio Co. K on Aug. 21, 1861 at Findlay, Ohio. The 21st Ohio regiment fought many battles in Tennessee. Darius was captured at the battle of Chickamauga, Georgia in Sept. 20, 1863. He was sent to a Rebel prison camp in Danville, Va. wher...
-- Entered by Michael Francis on 4/28/2016
Cpl James F. Crockett
115th Virginia Militia - Co. B  
James F. Crockett was a Cpl in Co. B 115th Virginia Mitilia
-- Entered by Kimberly Cherrix on 4/28/2016
Chaplain Charles Herbert Richardson
98th New York Infantry  
Charles Richardson served as chaplain to both the 92nd and 98th New York Infantry Regiments in 1864 and 1865, mustering out with both.
-- Entered by John P. Richardson on 4/27/2016
1st Cpl John C. Shirley
21st Arkansas Infantry - Co. B  
John C. Shirley (1841-1863) Entered the service under Col. John McCarver at Pocahontas, Ark. Oct. 24, 1861. Later this regiment became the 21st Arkansas Inf. Co. B. This regiment participated in the Iuka Corinth Campaign where John was wounded and captured at Corinth or Hatchie Bridge, Mississippi and sent to Fort Delaware, Md. He died in captivity on August 30, 1863 and is buried in the Confedera...
-- Entered by Michael Francis on 4/27/2016
Pvt Benjamin P. Shirley
21st Arkansas Infantry - Co. B  
Benjamin P. Shirley born in St. Clair Co. Alabama in 1838 and died in Sharp Co., Ark. circa 1915. Joined Col. John McCarver's 14th Ark. Inf. on Oct. 24, 1861 at Pocahontas Ark. His regiment fought in the battles: Iuka and Corinth, Mississippi Campaign. Captured at Champion Hill/ Big Black River Bridge May 17, 1863 and sent first to Camp Morton, Indiana and later to Fort Delaware, Md. Paroled on ...
-- Entered by Michael Francis on 4/27/2016
2nd Sgt Andrew Jackson Ford
31st Arkansas Infantry - Co. I   
Andrew Jackson Ford 31st Arkansas Infantry Co. I. (1815-1867) Born Smith County, Tennessee. Appointed as a representative to raise troops for Confederate Home Guard in Franklin Twp. Independence County, Arkansas June, 1861. Corinth Campaign stationed at Jacinto and Rienzi, Miss. Part of McCown's Sharpshooters Brigade. Battle of Richmond, Kentucky fall of 1862. Stones River,Tennessee December ...
-- Entered by Michael Francis on 4/27/2016
Pvt William Furlong Langford
14th Georgia Infantry - Co. B  
William enlisted on July 9, 1961 in Gordon, GA with Captain Folsom. He fought in Lynchburg, VA with Captain Kelly but was admitted to the General Hospital No. 16 in Richmond, VA on Nov. 1, 1862. He died Nov. 14, 1862 from typhoid fever. His mother was notified by letter that he was absent from muster roll and in the hospital. After she was notified of William's death, his body was sent back to ...
-- Entered by Renee Langford Sullivan on 4/27/2016
Pvt James Monroe Langford
14th Georgia Infantry - Co. B  
James enlisted on 7/9/1861 in Gordon, Georgia by Captain Folsom. He was on furlough for being sick with dysentery. He was sent to the hospital in Richmond, VA on January 7, 1862. He was admitted to the C.S.A. General Hospital in Charlottesille, VA on 8/16/1862 to Ward F (at Lynchburg). He was admitted again on 6/13/1964 to the Jackson Hospital in Richmond, VA with dysentery. He returned to d...
-- Entered by Renee Langford Sullivan on 4/27/2016
Sgt Irvin Benton Talbott
62nd Virginia Infantry - Co. E  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Richard Talbott on 4/27/2016
Levi Fortner
48th Alabama Infantry  
Would like to find birth and death dates on Levi Fortner.
-- Entered by Linda King on 4/26/2016
Pvt William S. Millard
84th New York Infantry - Co. I  
Have card taken from his body at Gettysburg.Also have family album with pictures of his English ancestors.
-- Entered by Gary Martin on 4/26/2016
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