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Pvt Harrison G.O Fuller
1st Massachusetts Infantry - Co. I   
Harrison mustered in as a private in Company I on December 4th, 1861. He mustered out of the 1st in May of 1864 as a private. He later enlisted as a private in the 4th MA Heavy Artillery, Company K in August of 1864. He mustered out of service as a private in June of 1865.
 
-- Entered by Greg on 8/1/2015
Pvt Andrew Jackson Lafayette Matlock
7th Alabama Infantry - Co. I  
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 -- Entered by Christopher Banks on 8/1/2015
Pvt James H. Harrelson
26th South Carolina Infantry - Co. K  
This was my great great grandfather
 
-- Entered by Michelle Bird on 8/1/2015
Pvt William Marion Brown
8th Missouri Cavalry - Co. K  
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 -- Entered by Brent Mabe on 7/31/2015
David W. Ketcham
51st Alabama Infantry  
looking for any information on this relative
 
-- Entered by Heather Howard on 7/30/2015
Pvt William Henry Jones
10th South Carolina Infantry - Co. B  
William Henry Jones is my paternal great great grandfather.
 
-- Entered by Scott Howell White on 7/30/2015
Pvt Harris Kinley Wyly
11th Tennessee Infantry - Co. A  
Born 11 Nov 1844 in Humphreys Co., Tennessee. Enlisted 8 Aug 1861 in Humphreys Co., Tennessee. Discharged from service by way of substitution 19 June 1862 in Thorn Hill, Grainger Co., Tennessee. Killed in skirmish while fighting as a Bushwacker 31 March 1865 in Montgomery Co., Tennessee.
 
-- Entered by George Hill on 7/30/2015
1st Sgt Thomas Kinley Wyly
49th Tennessee Infantry - Co. I  
Born 6 May 1836 in Benton Co., Tennessee. Enlisted 7 Nov 1861 in Benton Co., Tennessee. Died 10 Aug 1880 in Benton Co., Tennessee.
 
-- Entered by George Hill on 7/30/2015
4th Sgt Joseph Addison Wyly
Kain's Company, Light Artillery (Mabry Light Artillery) - Co. A  
Born 1843 in Washington Co., Tennessee. Enlisted 23 March 1862 in Knoxville. Died 5 May 1916 in Louisiana.
 
-- Entered by George Hill on 7/30/2015
Pvt Robert Harvey Matthews
3rd Tennessee Infantry - Co. D  
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 -- Entered by Monty Matthews on 7/30/2015
Capt William Greene Raoul
Washington Artillery Battalion New Orleans  
William Greene Raoul was in 2nd Company. He fought in the Army of Northern Virginia's Pennsylvania Campaign of 1863. At Gettysburg, his battery participated in the artillery barrage of July 2 which preceded Pickett's (correctly: Pettigrew-Trimble) Charge, near the Sherfy Peach Orchard and Devil's Den.
 
-- Entered by Montgomery Matthews on 7/30/2015
1 Lt Martin Van Buren Windham
11th Florida Infantry - Co. C  
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 -- Entered by Christopher Clark on 7/29/2015
Pvt Allen Mason Stewart
59th Alabama Infantry - Co. A  
pvt. allen mason stewart was a soldier of A Company Lived in Pickneyville, coosa county, buried in rock springs cemetery, clay county
 
-- Entered by pamela joy stewart on 7/29/2015
Cpl John H. Inabnet
3rd South Carolina Artillery Battalion - Co. D  
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 -- Entered by Christopher Clark on 7/28/2015
Pvt Elias Windham
26th South Carolina Infantry - Co. G  
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 -- Entered by Christopher Clark on 7/28/2015
Pvt Payton L. Jenkins
40th Mississippi Infantry - Co. I  
Affiliate Publication Title: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Mississippi , Affiliate Publication Number: M269 , Affiliate Film Number: 383
 
-- Entered by Keith Clifford on 7/27/2015
Pvt George W. Davis
29th Mississippi Infantry - Co. D  
Served in the Oakland Rebels, along with his brother Samuel L. Wounded at Battle of Stones River. Died 1908, buried at Graham-Argyle Cemetery in Argyle, Denton, Texas
 
-- Entered by Ken Allison on 7/26/2015
Pvt Samuel L. Davis
29th Mississippi Infantry - Co. D  
Member of the Oakland Rebels, along with his brother George W. Died 1918, buried Graham, Argyle Cemetery in Argyle, Denton, Texas
 
-- Entered by Ken Allison on 7/26/2015
Pvt John Callan Denney
31st Alabama Infantry - Co. H  
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 -- Entered by Walter Denney on 7/26/2015
Pvt Hampton Lillibridge Crandall
7th Iowa Cavalry - Co. C  
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 -- Entered by Dwayne Crandall on 7/26/2015
George Washington Teem
16th Battalion, Georgia Cavalry (State Guards)  
Looking for any information on my great great grand father
 
-- Entered by Homer on 7/25/2015
Pvt James Henry Chastain
60th Georgia Infantry - Co. D   
My GG Grandfather served in Lawton-Gordon-Evans Georgia Brigade, Company D, at age 17 years. This brigade surrendered with General Robert E. Lee April 09, 1865 at Appomattox. This is historically known as General Lee's most elite brigade and suffered more casualties than any other in Confederate service.
 
-- Entered by James Hughes Turner on 7/25/2015
Sgt James Grissom Scroggins Sr
6th Texas Cavalry - Co. A  
This is my 5th Great Grandfather.
 
-- Entered by Dannette Dunfee on 7/25/2015
Pvt Levin Revels
42nd North Carolina Infantry - Co. B  
Levin has 3 cards in his archival file. He was 44 years old when he enlisted in Martin Co. NC. Enlisted in [1st] Co. B Capt. J. R. Lanier's Company NC Infantry. Mustered in the same day, 6 Nov. 1861. The first four companies A-D were assigned to Gibbs Prison Guards Battalion. Levin was discharged on 14 Feb. 1862 for disability. Ordered so by General Branch.
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 7/24/2015
Pvt Robert H. Peel
61st North Carolina Infantry - Co. H  
Robert was a Volunteer from Martin County,NC. He was 24 years old when he enlisted in Capt.William Lanier's Company [Hill Guards] 59th Regt., NC Infantry [State Troops] Enlisted by Frank A Rhodes. Mustered in at Fort Fisher NC on 15 May 1862 by Capt. W.B. Lanier for 3 years. He took the Oath of Allegiance to the State of North Carolina. Oct 1864 he is detailed as an Engineer and detailed to report...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 7/24/2015
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