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William Harrison Fultz
54th Kentucky Mounted Infantry - Co. A  
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 -- Entered by Faith Ludwick on 1/22/2017
Col John Madison Rowan
108th Virginia Militia  
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 -- Entered by John Fischle on 1/22/2017
Col John Madison Rowan
151 Virginia Militia  
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 -- Entered by John Fischle on 1/22/2017
Pvt James Larkin Bailey
12th Alabama Infantry - Co. B  
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 -- Entered by Brandi Baker Spurgin on 1/22/2017
Pvt Needham G Benefield
56th Georgia Infantry - Co. A  
-- Entered by michael benefield on 1/22/2017
William Henry Benefield
12th Georgia Infantry - Co. I  
-- Entered by michael benefield on 1/22/2017
Pvt Harvey Logan
74th Ohio Infantry - Co. K  
Enlisted Feb 23 1864 age of 23 into the 98th OVI, Transferred to company K 74th OVI May 30, 1865
-- Entered by Michael Kentner on 1/21/2017
Pvt Daniel Upchurch
34th North Carolina Infantry - Co. I  
Captured at the Battle of North Anna May 23rd, 1864. Sent to Point Lookout POW Camp. Died 14 Jun 1864 while at Point Lookout POW Camp. Buried in the Point Lookout Confederate Cemetery.
-- Entered by Michael L. Upchurch on 1/20/2017
Gustavus Roberts
50th Virginia Infantry - Co. F   
Enlisted in Company F, Virginia 50th Infantry Regiment on 02 Jul 1861. Mustered out on 10 May 1862 at Camp Jackson, Wytheville, VA.
-- Entered by Erik Sweimler on 1/20/2017
Pvt Elijah Franklin Stephens
91st Indiana Infantry - Co. B  
BIRTH 28 OCTOBER 1840 • Bowling Green, Warren County, Kentucky, USA DEATH 20 MAY 1902 • Lynnville, Warrick, Indiana, United States he was my great-grandfather
-- Entered by Tommy C Robinson on 1/20/2017
Pvt James A. Hawkins
59th Virginia Infantry - Co. H  
James A. Hawkins enlisted at Fletchers Chapel, located about 3 miles South of Kenbridge, Va. on June 11, 1861. He served along with Hawkins family members in the 9th. Va., 28th, and later changed to the 2nd. Co. H 59th. Virginia Infantry Regiment. He later was hospitalized and became disabled.
-- Entered by Jerry Dunford on 1/19/2017
Pvt Branch L. Hawkins
59th Virginia Infantry - Co. H  
Branch L. Hawkins from Lunenburg County, Virginia, joined the Confederate Army and served in Co. H2 along with numerous Hawkins and Winn kinfolks. He surrendered at Appomattox Va. on April 9, 1865.
-- Entered by Jerry Dunford on 1/19/2017
Pvt John Thomas Hawkins
59th Virginia Infantry - Co. H  
John Thomas Hawkins enlisted in Lunenburg, Va. on Jan. 30, 1863 and served in Co. H2, along with other Hawkins and Winn relatives from Lunenburg County, Va. He surrendered with the Army at Appomattox on April 9, 1865.
-- Entered by Jerry Dunford on 1/19/2017
Pvt Samuel B. Hawkins
59th Virginia Infantry - Co. H  
Pvt. Samuel B. Hawkins enlisted in the Confederate Army on June 11, 1861 at Fletchers Chapel, located about 3 mile's South of Kenbridge, Virginia in Lunenburg County. He served in the 9th., 28th, and later 59th. Virginia Infantry as it changed designations 3 times during the early stages of the war. He lost a leg, had Typhoid fever and suffered during the War for Southern Independence. He was paro...
-- Entered by Jerry Dunford on 1/19/2017
1st Sgt Robert A. Hawkins
59th Virginia Infantry - Co. H  
Sgt. Robert A. Hawkins enlisted in Richmond, Va. was wounded, and eventually surrendered with the Confederate Army at Appomattox, Va. on April 9, 1865. He was from Lunenburg, County Virginia.
-- Entered by Jerry Dunford on 1/19/2017
Cpl Isaac B. Weightman
29th Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. B  
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 -- Entered by Ray Weightman on 1/18/2017
Pvt Thomas M. Tanner
12th Louisiana Infantry - Co. M   
My great grandfather's brother, Tanner, Thomas M., Pvt. 1st Co. M, 12th La. Inf. En. Aug. 13, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on Roll to Oct. 31, 1861. Roll Nov. and Dec., 1862, Present. Rolls April, 1863, to Aug., 1863, Absent, sent to Hospl., Meridian, Miss., sick, April -, 1863. Absent, sent to Hospl., sick, Macon, Ga., July 13, 1863. Roll Sept., 1863, to Dec., 1863, Present. On Register of 1st M...
-- Entered by Lou Ann Tanner on 1/17/2017
Pvt Henry Clay Tanner
12th Louisiana Infantry - Co. M  
My great grand father enrolled at Camp Moore, Louisiana as a Private in Captain Benajah D. Owen's 'Farmer Rangers' recruited in Natchitoches Parish. By the summer of 1862, this company had dwindled in size and was consolidated with the 'Southern Sentinels' from Winn Parish into a new Company C. Present and accounted for through April 1863, he was part of a detail under Captain John A. Dixon (Compa...
-- Entered by Lou Ann Tanner on 1/17/2017
Pvt Andrew J. Tanner
31st Louisiana Infantry - Co. K   
Great grandfather's brother. Enrolled on 14 APR 1862 at Monroe, Louisiana. Captured at Vicksburg and released on parole to go home to Louisiana to await exchange. He reported into parole camp prior to 1 APR 1864 to be available for exchange. At the war's end, the 31st Louisiana Infantry disbanded and went home a couple of weeks before the final surrender of the Trans-Mississippi. He reported into ...
-- Entered by Lou Ann Tanner on 1/17/2017
Pvt Wesley Strother
12th West Virginia Infantry - Co. E  
Wesley was a Wagoneer that was with the 12th until 2nd Winchester when he was captured, June 1863.
-- Entered by Jessica G. Strother on 1/16/2017
Peter Doyle
19th Missouri Infantry  
My gg grandfather came from Ireland during the potato famine. He spent some time in Missouri, eventually settled in Mason County, KY. My father's great uncle said that he fought for the Union side as a member of a regiment from Missouri. That is all I know about him. He is buried in Shannon UMC cematary in Mason County, KY.
-- Entered by wayne doyle on 1/16/2017
Sgt William Baughman
76th Ohio Infantry - Co. H  
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 -- Entered by aj on 1/16/2017
2 Lt Andrew Jackson Smith
58th Alabama Infantry - Co. A  
Born - Sept. 1, 1832 Died - Feb. 2, 1921 Buried - Macedonia Cemetery, Holman Crossroads, Ala.
-- Entered by Randy Weaver on 1/16/2017
Pvt John L. Warren
1st Mississippi Infantry - Co. E  
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 -- Entered by Jim Gayle on 1/16/2017
Pvt Patrick Joel Hammond
47th Alabama Infantry - Co. G  
Patrick Joel enlisted in Co G, 47th Alabama Regiment-Infantry, CSA, 'late in 1861'. Present at: Cedar Run 1862/08/09, Manassas 1862/08/30, Sharpsburg 1862/09/17, Fredericksburg 1862/12/13, Suffolk 1863/05/03 & 11, Gettysburg 1863/07/02-04, Chickamauga 1863/09/19-20, Lookout Valley 1863/10/28, Absent Wounded: Concord S.T. 1863/11/16 through Dandridge 1864/01/17;Present at: Wilderness 1864/05/06, S...
-- Entered by Robert Oberdorf on 1/15/2017