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William Russell Hickman
3rd North Carolina Cavalry  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Gretta Wyman on 2/12/2016
Cpl John Plummer Burchett
40th Kentucky Infantry - Co. D  
Mustered in and out with the company
 
-- Entered by Travis Burchett on 2/11/2016
Cpl Silas B. Risher
11th South Carolina Infantry  
not sure of the company Silas was in but i do know he fought at Broxton's Bridge in S.C.
 
-- Entered by Mark Louis Risher on 2/10/2016
Pvt Tyler Laverne Risher
3rd South Carolina Cavalry - Co. B  
any info on this unit/company please contact me through e-mail
 
-- Entered by Mark Louis Risher on 2/10/2016
Sgt Josiah Fuller
38th Virginia Infantry - Co. B  
Sgt. Josiah Fuller Captured at Gettysburg July 3,1863 Died at Point Lookout POW camp Maryland. Cousin to George and Suter Blair also of Co. B Pittsylvania Co. Vindicators
 
-- Entered by Sammy Blair on 2/10/2016
John Francis Marion Blair
53rd Virginia Infantry - Co. I  
G. Howard Gregory's History of the 53rd Virginia Infantry and 5th Battalion Virginia Infantry has John F. M. Blair listed as a member of the 53rd, Co. I, but has him discharged on account of his age (over 35). He also says he may have reenlisted. I don't know whether that would rule out the Chatham Greys, or not.
 
-- Entered by Sammy Blair on 2/10/2016
Pvt Arthur Sidney Blair
53rd Virginia Infantry - Co. G  
Pvt. Arthur Sidney Blair,1845-1903. With Pittsylvania Co. Va. Chatham Greys captured April 6,1865.One of seven Blair brothers who served in the CSA.
 
-- Entered by Sammy Blair on 2/10/2016
1st Sgt Samuel Britton Blair
53rd Virginia Infantry - Co. G  
G Uncle Sgt.Samuel Britton Blair JR. with the Chatham Greys Pittsylvania Co. Va. Co. G 1838-1911. He and six Blair brothers served in the CSA.
 
-- Entered by Sammy Blair on 2/10/2016
Pvt Suter F. Blair
38th Virginia Infantry - Co. B  
Pvt. Suter F.Blair 1843-1863 wounded in Pickett's Charge Gettysburg, July 3,1863 thigh amputation died in Gettysburg July 15 ,1863 brother to Sgt. George W. Blair also in 38th Co.B Vindicators Pittsylvania Co. Va. Seven Blair brother's served in the CSA
 
-- Entered by Sammy Blair on 2/10/2016
Sgt George W. Blair
38th Virginia Infantry - Co. B  
My G Uncle 1840-1865 Captured at Gettysburg in Pckett's Charge,sent to Ft. McHenry,then Ft Delaware,then Pt. Lookout,exchanged Feb 21-22 1865 to Ft. Lee and back with the 38th Va. Vindicators KIA at Five Forks April 1,1865
 
-- Entered by Sammy Blair on 2/10/2016
1 Lt Thomas Robert Alexander
40th Virginia Infantry - Co. C   
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 -- Entered by Ronald Gordon on 2/10/2016
Sgt Robert W. Lowrimore
1st South Carolina Infantry (McCreary's) (1st Provisional Army) - Co. F  
Buried at Magnolia Cem., Charleston, SC. One of 4 brothers that served in the WBTS. From Marion, SC.
 
-- Entered by Keith Edwards on 2/10/2016
James Murchison Lowrimore
1st South Carolina Infantry (McCreary's) (1st Provisional Army) - Co. F  
Buried at Centenary Meth. Church, Marion, SC. One of 4 brothers that served in the WBTS.
 
-- Entered by Keith Edwards on 2/10/2016
Sgt John R. Lowrimore
1st South Carolina Infantry (McCreary's) (1st Provisional Army) - Co. F  
Killed at Battle of Sharpsburg, VA on 9-17-1862. He is most likely buried at Washington Confederate Cemetery, Hagerstown, Maryland.
 
-- Entered by Keith Edwards on 2/10/2016
Pvt James Riley Fulmer
22nd South Carolina Infantry - Co. I  
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 -- Entered by Darden Asbuy Pyron on 2/10/2016
Pvt Zachariah Jackson
47th Kentucky Mounted Infantry - Co. G  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Britt Jackson on 2/7/2016
Bugler John Lyons Dutton
29th Wisconsin Infantry - Co. C  
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 -- Entered by brenda dutton nelson on 2/6/2016
Pvt Thomas Foley
5th Texas Infantry - Co. C  
Enlisted July 11, 1861 Discharged December 1, 1861
 
-- Entered by Jimmie Rand on 2/6/2016
Col Alfred Howe Terry
7th Connecticut Infantry  
This was a more successful regiment than the 2ndCT after first manasas.
 
-- Entered by George Badore on 2/6/2016
Col Alfred Howe Terry
2nd Connecticut Infantry  
Terry had raised some other regiments, and soon was promoted to Brigadier General and was promoted to Major General after his actions at fort fisher.
 
-- Entered by George Badore on 2/6/2016
Pvt George Badore
9th New York Cavalry  
surprisingly enough, my father's ancestor had the same name as me.
 
-- Entered by George Badore on 2/6/2016
Pvt Henry Jackson Duke(s)
59th Georgia Infantry - Co. A   
Wounded and captured at Gettysburg
 
-- Entered by Grady Dukes on 2/5/2016
2nd Sgt Mansil M. Crisp
42nd Tennessee Infantry - Co. D  
Mansil has 6 cards in his archival file. He joined the fight on 27 Sept 1862 at Jackson. He enlisted for 2 years in Co D 42nd Tennessee Infantry. He was a 2nd Sergt.on 31 Oct of 1862 and was on detached recruiting duty. His unit was reorganized several time.
 
-- Entered by phillip Thomas on 2/5/2016
4th Sgt Charles Lewis Gordon
4th Virginia Infantry - Co. E  
Enlisted in 1861 Wounded in the Battle of Manasses(2nd) Aug. 28, 1862- Survived- Promoted to Sgt. on Oct. 14, 1862-paid $6.05 for 1 yr. service Wounded at the Battle of Chancellorsville on May 3, 1863-Survived
 
-- Entered by Tonya Reynolds on 2/3/2016
Keith Holyfield
28th North Carolina Infantry  
Srgt Watson Butcher Holyfield Columbus Holyfield Hardin Holyfield(not on rolls but I have pension for his service. Was only 14
 
-- Entered by Keith Holyfield on 2/3/2016
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