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Pvt Thomas Bradley
18th Tennessee Infantry - Co. E  
No Comments
 -- Entered by john bradley on 10/20/2014
Pvt John Henry Sachsenheimer
114th Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. E  
Was wounded on July 2, 1863 at the Battle of Gettysburg. He was shot somewhere in the area of the Peach Orchard at Gettysburg. He was discharged in 1864. His name appears though misspelled on the PA monument at the Gettysburg Battlefield National Park.
 
-- Entered by Karen on 10/19/2014
Ezekiel Hilliad Ingram
34th Georgia Infantry - Co. E  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Laurie Draudt on 10/19/2014
Pvt James J. Boleyn
7th Virginia Infantry - Co. B  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Patricia Walsh on 10/18/2014
Pvt Harrison Thomas Henry
20th Massachusetts Infantry - Co. A  
Home town Cohassett, MA. Wife Julia (nee Dunn)
 
-- Entered by Donald Henry on 10/18/2014
Pvt Akriel Taylor Byrd
27th Alabama Infantry - Co. F  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Jack Byrd on 10/17/2014
Cpl Pleasant Jackson Spinks
18th Kentucky Infantry  
Pleasant Jackson served with the 19th. then reenlisted to the 53rd. Kentucky Mounted infantry later
 
-- Entered by John House on 10/17/2014
Pvt William Abram Howell
41st Virginia Infantry - Co. K  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Molly Howell on 10/17/2014
Pvt William Riley Hale
35th Tennessee Infantry - Co. L  
Enlisted before the battle of Perryville Sept 23rd 1682 into Company L, He was a son of wealthy landowners the Hale Family. from haletown Japser county. He became Ill or injured and was layed up in the Hospital by February 1863 at which point he was discharged upon procuring a substitute.
 
-- Entered by Robert Hale on 10/17/2014
Pvt Thomas Jaques
4th New York Light Artillery - Co. L  
Enlisted in 1861 along with his brother, David. Became a Pvt in the 4th NY Independent Battery (Smith's). Took part in many battles, including the Battle of Gettysburg. Transferred to 1st NY Volunteer Engineers (Serrell's) for the remainder of the war. Buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Brooklyn NY
 
-- Entered by Robert McDevitt on 10/16/2014
Sgt David Jaques
4th New York Light Artillery - Co. L  
Enlisted in 1861 along with his brother, Thomas. Became a Sgt in the 4th NY Independent Battery (Smith's). Took part in many battles, including the Battle of Gettysburg. Transferred to 1st NY Volunteer Engineers (Serrell's) for the remainder of the war. Buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Brooklyn NY.
 
-- Entered by Robert McDevitt on 10/16/2014
Cpl Balaam Banister
7th Louisiana Infantry - Co. D  
Balaam grew up in Jackson Parish, Louisiana. On September 29, 1861 he enlisted as a Corporal in the Civil War and served under Captain Street in the 17th Louisiana Infantry, Company D. On July 4, 1863 at the Battle of Vicksburg in Mississippi, Balaam was captured. He signed an oath never to take up arms against the United States and was paroled July 10th. Returning home to Jackson Parish he enlist...
 
-- Entered by P. Scruggs on 10/15/2014
Pvt Orrin Ferris Clark
27th Wisconsin Infantry - Co. F  
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 -- Entered by Tom Clark on 10/15/2014
Pvt George V. Brewer
48th Mississippi Infantry - Co. D  
need info about my husbands gggrandfather do not know where he was born or where he died though we know he supposedly died 7/1872. no idea where he lived after war,cant find record of mother or father,had 2 children by mandy jane long brewer.cant find record of their marriage or where they lived. would like to have any records of war years or any other info. family comes from Yalobusha county,mis...
 
-- Entered by sarah reeves on 10/15/2014
Sgt John D. Terry
23rd Massachusetts Infantry - Co. E  
Sergeant J. D. Terry Wounded in ankle, foot amputated - battle of New Bern, March 14, 1862 The Eastern Queen arrived in New York on May 9. Friday, May 9, 1862. Evening Post (New York, NY). From Burnside’s Depart. Arrival of One Hundred Wounded Soldiers. Volume 61. Page 3. Terry, John D. — Sergt. — Res. Boston; clerk; 20; enl. Sept. 5. 1861; must. Sept. 28. 1861;wounded March 14, 1862,New...
 
-- Entered by Skip Riddle on 10/15/2014
Capt William Bemis Alexander
23rd Massachusetts Infantry - Co. E  
Capt William Bemis Alexander, Co E, wounded in hand at Battle of New Bern, March 14, 1862. Capt. Alexander was more seriously wounded in the left arm while engaged in the Union capture of New Bern, N. C., 14 March 1862. The Alexanders lived in Boston where William worked as a carpenter before enlisting with the Union Army.
 
-- Entered by Skip Riddle on 10/15/2014
Pvt William H. Johnson
25th Alabama Infantry - Co. E  
No Comments
 -- Entered by VJ Remelius on 10/15/2014
Pvt Hardy Clayton Tomlinson
4th Arkansas Infantry - Co. I  
My paternal Uncle
 
-- Entered by Carol Dustin on 10/14/2014
Pvt Lewis Henry Tomlinson
4th Arkansas Infantry - Co. I   
my Paternal Grandfather
 
-- Entered by Carol Dustin on 10/14/2014
Cpl DavidDavid Harris Samuel Harris
7th Georgia Infantry - Co. F  
David Harris was wounded at Darbytown Rd., He died of his wounds and is buried in Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond Va.
 
-- Entered by cindy miles on 10/14/2014
Pvt Bryan Henry
1st Kansas Infantry - Co. B   
Bryan Henry is my great-great-grandfather. He was born in Ireland and emigrated to America as a young man. He was shot through the chest at the Battle of Wilson's Creek and reported as KIA. He was captured by the Confederates, escaped and somehow made his way back to his home in Wyandotte (now Kansas City) Kansas, a distance of over 150 miles. He recovered from his wound, rejoined his regiment and...
 
-- Entered by Neal Horan on 10/14/2014
Pvt Henley Clarence Davis
29th Virginia Infantry - Co. D  
Hello, Henley, my second great grandfather was a member of the above mentioned unit. Andrew Burcham
 
-- Entered by Andrew Burcham on 10/14/2014
Pvt William H. Cyrus
36th Virginia Infantry - Co. B   
Was wounded in the war and thought to be a deserter (which was not true).
 
-- Entered by Jordan cales on 10/13/2014
Pvt Henry C. Duke
57th Alabama Infantry - Co. F  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Amanda Hill on 10/13/2014
Pvt Charles Wesley Powell
21st Virginia Infantry - Co. G  
I have been told that he was captured as POW twice. Escaped once from a POW camp in New York to fight again.
 
-- Entered by Martin Powell on 10/13/2014
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