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Pvt William Stephen Keith
44th Missouri Infantry - Co. A  
Enlisted in Union Army Aug. 23, 1864 @ Trenton; Mustered in on September 5, 1864 @ St. Joe; Died January 28, 1865 @ New Albany Hospital 4 in Indiana.
 
-- Entered by Jan Keith on 5/23/2015
Pvt Alfred Goodwin
5th North Carolina Cavalry - Co. G   
63rd State Troops April 1 1864
 
-- Entered by David Goodwin on 5/23/2015
Capt David Evans Thomas
24th Alabama Infantry - Co. E  
David joined and was appointed 2nd Lieut. on 18 Oct. 1861. He was appointed to Captain on 27 Jan 1862. His CMR for June 1862 states that the has been sick in Clark Co. since 27 May 1862. I have a copy of his request for discharge for reasons of ill health. It is dated at Grove Hill 15 July 1862. He died 7 August 1862 and is buried at the Confederate Cemetery at Shelby Springs, Alabama. Deo Vindice...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 5/23/2015
Pvt William Nance
14th Iowa Infantry - Co. F  
Died 29 Oct 1864 at Camp Ford Confederate Prison Camp, Tyler, Texas.
 
-- Entered by Susan Gray Croyle on 5/22/2015
Pvt Robert Nance
130th Indiana Infantry - Co. C   
Died 12 Jan 1865 at Jeffersonville, Clark Co, Indiana.
 
-- Entered by Susan Gray Croyle on 5/22/2015
Pvt Alexander Nance
28th Iowa Infantry - Co. D   
Died 14 Apr 1863 at Helena, Phillips Co, Arkansas.
 
-- Entered by Susan Gray Croyle on 5/22/2015
Sgt William Kates
28th New Jersey Infantry - Co. G   
William Kates was my gg-grandfather.
 
-- Entered by Susan Gray Croyle on 5/22/2015
Pvt Jesse William Gray
2nd Regiment Missouri State Militia Cavalry - Co. C  
Jesse William Gray was my great-grandfather.
 
-- Entered by Susan Gray Croyle on 5/22/2015
Pvt James Vanesler
3rd Missouri Infantry - Co. E  
James Vanesler was my gg-grandfather.
 
-- Entered by Susan Gray Croyle on 5/22/2015
Pvt David Nance
28th Iowa Infantry - Co. F   
David Nance was my gg-grandfather. He died in 1863 at Lawson General Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri and is buried at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. All three of his brothers were also casualties of this war.
 
-- Entered by Susan Gray Croyle on 5/22/2015
Capt John Alexander William Thomas
21st South Carolina Infantry - Co. F  
Rev. John Alexander William Thomas was a preacher of the gospel. He answered the call to defend his homeland from the invaders by forming his own Company. On 25 Dec. 1861 at Bennetsville, Marlboro Co SC he formed Capt. J.A W. Thomas' Co, 21 SC Vols' This became Co F. 21st Regiment SC Infantry. It mustered in at Georgetown, SC on 10 January 1862. Assigned to Hagood's Brigade, Hoke's Division it saw...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 5/22/2015
Pvt James S. Davis
3rd Florida Infantry - Co. A  
I have is widow's pension
 
-- Entered by Theresa Bell Naticchia on 5/22/2015
2 Lt Mastin Duke Crawford
5th Tennessee Infantry - Co. F  
Mastin enlisted as A Pvt. at 27 years old on 20 May 1861 at Paris, Henry Co. Tenn. Enrolled by Col. W.E. Travis in Capt. Josiah H Porters Co. 5th Regiment Tenn. Vol's. He mustered in at Camp Brown Tenn on 9 August 1861. On 4 Sept. 1861 he was promoted to the rank of 2nd Lieut. with 1st Co. F 5th Regt. Tenn Vol's. He was discharged on 6 May 1862. His records do not give the circumstances. He applie...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 5/22/2015
2nd Cpl Henry R. Thomas
13th Tennessee Infantry - Co. F  
Henry Joined at age 29, the same company his brother B.L joined. Enlisting at Jackson, Tenn. on 31 May 1861. Enlisted by W. H. Carroll for 12 months. He was appointed to the rank of 2nd Corporal on 1 March 1863. He died in action at the battle of Chickaumauga on 19 Sept. 1863.
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 5/22/2015
Pvt George Washington Cathey
11th / 17th Arkansas Infantry (Consolidated) - Co. G  
George was born 17 May 1847 in Franklin, Izard Ark. He was about 14 years old when he joined this unit at Little Rock, Ark. He has 2 cards in his archival file. He was the husband of my 4th cousin Martha Emiline Thomas 1846 - 1932. George survived the war and died 19 Nov. 1894. He is buried at Bear Creek Cemetery, Sharp Co. Arkansas.
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 5/21/2015
Pvt Benjamin L. Thomas
13th Tennessee Infantry - Co. F  
Benjamin enlisted at age 17 in Lieut. G.W. Churchwell's Co. 13th Regiment Tenn. Vol's. on 29 Dec. 1861. Mustered in at Columbus Ky. He was killed in Action at Shiloh on 6 April 1862.
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 5/21/2015
Robert A. McDowell
38th Virginia Infantry  
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 -- Entered by Sandra on 5/20/2015
Musician James Edward McLain
14th Virginia Infantry - Co. C  
James was from Fluvanna County Virginia and was a drummer boy only 12 years old!
 
-- Entered by Joan Jones on 5/20/2015
Pvt John Eppes Nelson
56th Virginia Infantry - Co. C  
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 -- Entered by Joan Jones on 5/20/2015
Pvt Andrew Jackson Newton
29th Mississippi Infantry - Co. F  
My Great Grandfather, buried at Henson Cemetery, Cascilla, Tallahatchie, Mississippi.
 
-- Entered by Ken Allison on 5/20/2015
Pvt George Jefferson White
15th Alabama Infantry - Co. I  
Jefferson White KIA @ Battle of Hazel River, VA, (one of the 6) 22 Aug 1862
 
-- Entered by J.P. White on 5/20/2015
Hiram Seeley Gilbert
58th Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. E  
Born November 2, 1845 and died on July 26, 1914
 
-- Entered by Arturo E. Lara on 5/20/2015
Lt Stephen Bryan DuBose
17th Louisiana Infantry - Co. H   
My great great grandfather Stephen Bryan DuBose was born in Alabama on 13 Jan 1842 and died in Vacherie, St. James Parish 16 Oct 1898. He enlisted as a private in 1861, and was initially assigned to Company H. He is also shown as being in Company K. He ended the war as a Lieutenant in Claiborne's Invincibles.
 
-- Entered by Ted Painter on 5/19/2015
Pvt William B. McGaha
43rd Georgia Infantry - Co. C  
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 -- Entered by Michael McDaniel on 5/18/2015
Pvt William M. Thomas
Jefferson Davis Artillery Battery  
William has 22 cards in his archival file. He was 18 when he enlisted at Selma, Alabama on15 July 1861. Enlisted in Capt. Montgomery's Co., Light Artillery. This unit was was also known as Lieut. Beckman's Co. Reserve Artillery. In Dec. of 1862 he is sick in the hospital in Richmond, Va. It is noted that he is from six mile, Bibb Co. Ala. In Oct. 1864 he is on detached duty as a Teamster in the Ba...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 5/17/2015
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