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Mathias Kill
24th Illinois Infantry - Co. D  
No Comments
 -- Entered by kkillsae@yahoo.com on 12/20/2014
William M. Scott
6th Virginia Cavalry  
Teamster Released in 1865 Father of Michael Joseph Scott and Ruben Amos Scott all from Port Republic VA.
 
-- Entered by floyd James Scott on 12/20/2014
1st Cpl Ruben Amos Scott
6th Virginia Cavalry  
10th Infantry/ wounded taken prisoner in 1865
 
-- Entered by Floyd James Scott on 12/20/2014
Michael Joseph Scott
6th Virginia Cavalry  
Teamster
 
-- Entered by Floyd James Scott on 12/20/2014
1 Lt James Ewing Hill Sr
22nd Texas Infantry - Co. G  
James Ewing Hill Sr was my Great Grandfather.
 
-- Entered by Larry Hill on 12/20/2014
Capt John Cravey
7th Georgia Militia - Co. I  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Henry Copeland on 12/20/2014
Capt ANDREW JACKSON ASHLEY
51st North Carolina Infantry - Co. E  
No Comments
 -- Entered by BUCK NIKOLAS on 12/20/2014
Pvt Thomas Liner
16th North Carolina Infantry - Co. L  
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 -- Entered by timothy melton on 12/18/2014
Pvt William Rowan Pyle
6th Arkansas Infantry - Co. G  
was taken pow and sent to the richmond area where he took care of the wounded. after the war he became a community doctor
 
-- Entered by david pyle on 12/18/2014
Pvt Joseph Conley
13th Kentucky Infantry - Co. F  
Joseph was a Confederate Army Private, Co. F. 13th Kentucky Cavalry. He enlisted 15 May 1863 and was captured at Glades Ville, Virginia on 7 July 1863. He was paroled at Camp Douglas, Illinois and subsequently transferred to Point Lookout, Maryland for prisoner exchange on 2 March 1865. In addition to 'Flitterfoot', George Wireman witnessed Polly's Pension Application. Further, in a deposition giv...
 
-- Entered by Kenneth McChesney on 12/18/2014
Col Joseph Warren Speight
15th Texas Infantry  
Col. J.W. SPEIGHT IS THE COMMANDER OF THE 15TH TEXAS INFANTRY
 
-- Entered by John Dickey on 12/18/2014
Pvt Jesse Pipkin Loving
34th Texas Cavalry - Co. H  
Great Great Grandfather
 
-- Entered by John Dickey on 12/18/2014
Pvt Adam Hickman Spears
25th Virginia Cavalry - Co. C  
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 -- Entered by jeffrey johnson on 12/17/2014
Capt Edwin Hazel
12th Massachusetts Infantry - Co. K   
Edwin Hazel was my great grandfather. He was a carpenter from Gloucester, Massachusetts who mustered in as a First Sergeant at the age of 24 in 1861. He trained at Ft. Warren in Boston and served with the Webster regiment until 1864, when he mustered out as a Captain. He was wounded at Antietam, Fredericksburg and Gettysburg. I have been trying to locate a photograph of him or any group that he...
 
-- Entered by Ray Hazel on 12/17/2014
Paul Prose
7th Missouri Infantry  
Paul died Feb 3,1863 at Young's Point LA. He died of disease. He was married with children. His wife was Rebecca Shoemaker. She filed for pension in Illinois.
 
-- Entered by Kitty Stender on 12/17/2014
Pvt Thomas Welch, Welsh
44th Massachusetts Infantry - Co. B  
Note that Thomas Walsh, my great grandfather, had his pension under the name Welch and also apparently used Welsh. Walsh is the name that was used by the family in later years.
 
-- Entered by John Clancy on 12/17/2014
Pvt Robert Henry Price
25th Battalion Virginia Infantry - Co. H  
my Great Grandfather
 
-- Entered by William Theodore (Ted) Kinker on 12/16/2014
Pvt Joseph J. Hetrick
12th Pennsylvania Cavalry - Co. B  
Changed his name after the Civil War to James B. Wright. Don't know why!
 
-- Entered by Robin Wright Hissam on 12/16/2014
Pvt John Peter Sellers
10th Virginia Infantry - Co. B   
John Peter Sellers is Great Grandfather to RD[Dave] Sellers. John Peter was born 9/20/1827, died 1910. He enlisted 2/25/1863 at Skinkers Neck as Private, Co.I,10th Va Infantry, transfered to Co. B 10/31/1864. POW 2/6/1865 Petersburg Pt. Lookout, MD. Released under oath of allegiance 6/19/1865. Father - Emanuel M. Sellers Son - Oscar D. Sellers Grandson - Russell A Sellers Great Grandson - Ri...
 
-- Entered by Dave Sellers on 12/16/2014
Pvt Franklin Knight
29th Indiana Infantry - Co. B  
Franklin Knight was born May 4, 1840 in De Kalb County, Indiana. He enlisted in Company B, Indiana 29th Infantry Regiment on Aug. 27, 1861 and mustard out on Dec. 2, 1865 at Marietta, Ga. Great-Grandfather of Paul Hacker.
 
-- Entered by Paul Hacker on 12/15/2014
Pvt William Jasper Miller
35th Mississippi Infantry  
b. 29 Oct 1844 d. 23 Jan 1931 Buried, Livingston, Polk County, Texas. Looking for any info. Grave states PVT 35 Mississippi Inf. C.S.A. My Great Grandfather thru my Mother. Thank you.
 
-- Entered by Odia Katherine Rose on 12/15/2014
Pvt Robert Kelso Garnett
21st Virginia Infantry - Co. D  
my 2nd Great Grand Uncle. Killed in Action 3 July 1863, Battle of Gettysburg.
 
-- Entered by William Theodore (Ted) Kinker on 12/15/2014
Pvt Thomas Nathaniel Garnett
21st Virginia Infantry - Co. D  
my 2nd Great Grand Uncle
 
-- Entered by William Theodore (Ted) Kinker on 12/15/2014
Pvt James Samuel Garnett
21st Virginia Infantry - Co. D  
my 2nd Great Grand Uncle
 
-- Entered by William Theodore (Ted) Kinker on 12/15/2014
Pvt Daniel Franklin Stubbs
24th South Carolina Infantry - Co. B  
Daniel Enlisted at age 19 on 4 Dec. 1861 at Bennettsville, Marlboro Co. SC in Capt. J.E. Spear's Co. 24th Regiment SC Infantry. His unit was remustered at Camp Gist near Charleston on 24 March 1862. He was wounded on 20 Sept.1863 in the battle of Chickamauga. He was sent to the hospital at Atlanta and from there on medical furlough to his home. He survived the was buried 19 May 1898 in Gibson, Sco...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 12/15/2014
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