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Pvt Gaines Francis Robertson
3rd Kentucky Infantry - Co. H  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Keon Robertson on 9/2/2015
Pvt Zachariah Calvin Dalton
7th Tennessee Mounted Infantry - Co. A  
g-g-grandfather
 
-- Entered by Bill Ingram on 9/2/2015
Sgt William Augustus Miller
136th New York Infantry - Co. I  
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 -- Entered by Michael Miller on 9/2/2015
Pvt Edward Miller
27th Wisconsin Infantry - Co. F  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Michael Miller on 9/2/2015
Pvt William Henry T Taylor
5th Louisiana Cavalry - Co. E  
Pvt. William Henry T Taylor, 5th Louisiana Cavalry Regiment Co - E. He was my 2nd great grandfather. he died in Oct 1870 in Veterans Hospital, Pineville, Rapides Parrish, Louisiana.
 
-- Entered by Lewis G. Lem on 9/1/2015
Pvt Frederick Wood
54th Virginia Infantry - Co. H  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Clarence W. Woods on 9/1/2015
Pvt James Barger
148th Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. B  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Bonnie Henderson on 8/31/2015
Constance Barger
148th Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. B  
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 -- Entered by Bonnie Henderson on 8/31/2015
David Linticomb Perkins
14th Tennessee Cavalry - Co. H  
David Linticomb Perkins was born in Fayette County Tenn. and joined the 14th Neely's Cav. Co H. Later he removed to Jonesboro, Craighead Co., Ark., where he died in 1922. He was the son of William Henry and Sarah Wrightsell/Reitzel Perkins.
 
-- Entered by Rhonda Lunsford on 8/31/2015
LtC Hugh Lawson White Roulston
4th Tennessee Cavalry  
H. L. W. Roulston enlisted under the name of L.W. Roulston in the Union Army in 1862 and participated in many campaigns in East Tennessee, many times to defend his own property. His half brother, 'Jughead' Roulston, also served in the same outfit as a Lieutenant.
 
-- Entered by Douglas Duggar on 8/31/2015
Pvt James McGraw
4th Tennessee Infantry - Co. I  
James McGraw enlisted in Co. I, Capt John B. Turner's Co., 4th Tennessee Volunteers in 1861. Unfortunately, Private McGraw died in Columbus, Kentucky in early 1862 from disease and was buried in a mass grave with lots of other unfortunate Southern soldiers.
 
-- Entered by Douglas Duggar on 8/31/2015
Col Alfred A. Russell
4th Alabama Cavalry  
Col. A. A. Russell, was the commander of the 4th Alabama's Russell's Raiders. After the war, he refused to take the oath of allegiance to the United States and moved to Mexico. It is said he returned to Alabama from time to time to visit family.
 
-- Entered by Douglas G. Duggar on 8/31/2015
Pvt John Calvin Shirley
4th Tennessee Infantry - Co. E  
Enlisted as a Private in Co. E, 42nd Tennessee Inf. He was captured and a prisoner of war from Feb. 16, 1862 to Sept. 20, 1862. After signing an oath to not fight for the South again, he returned to Alabama, where he became a Sargent in Co. F of the 55th Alabama Regiment.
 
-- Entered by Douglas G. Duggar on 8/31/2015
Pvt John Jonas Gandy
27th Mississippi Infantry - Co. B  
John was about 20 years old when he and three other members of his family joined Capt. A McLemore's Co. [Rosinheels]*for the war. This unit became Co. B 27th Regt. Miss. Infantry. John was granted a 20 day sick leave on 6 March 1862. In the battle of Franklin Tenn., he was wounded by cannon fire. Injuring his left thigh and right wrist. He was captured and sent to the Military Prison at Louisville...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 8/30/2015
Pvt Charles H. Potter
32nd Maine Infantry  
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 -- Entered by Nicolas Dipota on 8/30/2015
Cpl William Spencer
63rd Virginia Infantry - Co. C  
His brother, Troy, was killed, wrongly, by firing squad after leaving (they called it desertion) to pull crops for his ailing parents, Isaac and Phoebe. He was also held before a tribunal, but my great-great grandfather, was spared for the same act, or I guess I wouldn't be here.
 
-- Entered by Sarah Thompson on 8/30/2015
Lt Troy Spencer
63rd Virginia Infantry - Co. C  
He was killed, wrongly, by firing squad after leaving (they called it desertion) to pull crops for his ailing parents, Isaac and Phoebe. His brother Corp. William, my great-great grandfather, was spared for the same act, or I guess I wouldn't be here.
 
-- Entered by Sarah Thompson on 8/30/2015
Cpl John Wesley Doughty
10th Wisconsin Infantry - Co. D  
My great-great-uncle Doughty, John Wesley, Co D, 10th WI Infantry. He was captured at Chickamauga, GA on September 20, 1863. He was held in Richmond and later transferred to Danville Prison where he died on July 21, 1864. Burial is at Cemetery Danville, VA, Division L, Section B, Grave 57. It has been reported that he was shot in the arm by a guard for looking out of the prison window. He was ...
 
-- Entered by Gordon LaPean on 8/29/2015
Pvt Robert Andrew Carden
36th Virginia Infantry  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Michael Belcher on 8/29/2015
Maj Samuel McLarty
8th Minnesota Infantry - Co. D  
Samuel was postmaster at Chatfield, Minnesota and at the outbreak of hostilities raised a company and joined the 8th Minnesota Infantry as Captain of D company. He was commander at Fort Pomme de Terre until 1864. Samuel died on 20.11.1884 at Columbus, Columbia County, Wisconsin and is buried at the Hillside cemetery. Promoted from Captain to Major for 'brave and meritorious service' and brevett...
 
-- Entered by Tom McCall on 8/29/2015
Pvt Augustine Agustus Gandy
27th Mississippi Infantry - Co. B  
Augustine was 15 years old when he joined with three other kin on 10 August 1861 at Ellisville, Jones County Mississippi in Capt. A McLemore's Company [Rosinheel]*. This unit became Co B 27th Regt. Miss. Infantry. In the last days of the war it was consolidated and became the 24th Regt. Miss Inf. Augustine was paid and discharged on 13 Dec. 1861, probably because he was underage.
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 8/29/2015
Pvt Thomas Napoleon Hawkins
29th North Carolina Infantry - Co. C   
Thomas N Hawkins Jr was born March 1 1843 in Buncombe County, NC and enlisted in Company C 29th NC Infantry May 15 1862 in Madison County. He was discharged from Meridian, Mississippi at the wars end, died April 10 1918 and is buried at Turkey Creek Baptist Church Cemetery in Buncombe County. He married Laura Emaline Ratcliff born Dec 6 1843 and died Aug 14 1926, sister to Marion Isaac Ratclif...
 
-- Entered by Daniel S Estefano on 8/29/2015
Pvt Amos Osbourn Jones
27th Mississippi Infantry - Co. B  
Amos was 22 years old and the brother in law of Evander Gandy. He enlisted with several kin on 10 August 1861 at Ellisville,Jones County Mississippi for the war. Enlisting in Capt. A Mclemore's Company, [Rosinhell]*. He was discharged for disability at Camp, Miss on 6 Jan 1862. Nature of disability not given.
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 8/28/2015
Asst Surg John McDade Frith
10th Texas Artillery  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Clyde Frith on 8/28/2015
Pvt Meshack M. Gandy
27th Mississippi Infantry - Co. B  
Meshack enlisted with his brother Evander on 10 August 1861 at Ellisville, Jones County, Mississippi.On 5 Sept. 1861 he was left sick in Dunlap Tenn. per surgeons orders. Present in Camp Feb. 1863.Was in Warrington Florida in Jan. 1862 as a Carpenter building a hospital.
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 8/28/2015
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