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William E. Howsley
143rd Indiana Infantry - Co. G  
Would love to have more info on my great grandfather.
 
-- Entered by Carol Plafcan on 8/28/2016
1 Lt Charles T. King
46th Georgia Infantry - Co. F  
My 2nd Great Grandfather Charles Thomas King served as a Lt. in the 46th Ga. infantry. He was wounded at Kennesaw Mt. He was the brother of William Rufus Devane King, vice president of the United States.  He is buried at Spring Hill United Methodist Church Cemetery in Whigham Ga.
 
-- Entered by William Shannon King on 8/27/2016
Pvt James England, Jr
130th Indiana Infantry - Co. B  
Enrolled at age 14 years, 1 month. Said he was 18. His father, age 49 & too old to join, said he was 44. James, Sr died in KY on 8 Apr, 3 days into the march from TN. Jr mustered out in Dec 1865.
 
-- Entered by Anne England on 8/26/2016
Pvt James England, Sr
130th Indiana Infantry - Co. B   
Enlisted for 3 year term with son James in late 1863. He was about 53. His son was 14. Died in Louisville a few days into the march from pneumonia - April 8, 1864. His son James served out his term.
 
-- Entered by Anne England on 8/26/2016
Pvt Jesse Brown
11th Virginia Infantry - Co. I  
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 -- Entered by sam Roberson on 8/26/2016
1st Sgt Elihu Gordan Nash
36th Georgia Infantry - Co. K  
This was my maternal great-great grandfather. Captured at Vicksburg and later wounded at Missionary Ridge.
 
-- Entered by Cheryl Miller Langford on 8/26/2016
Sgt William Baylis Parsons
14th South Carolina Infantry - Co. E   
William Baylis Parsons volunteered for the Confederate army on August 16, 1861 at the age of 18. He was part of Company E, South Carolina’s 14th Regiment, Gregg-McGowans Brigade, A.P. Hill’s Division, Stonewall Jackson’s Corps. He fought in 28 battles including Harper’s Ferry, Fredericksburg, Sharpsburg, Gettysburg, Wilderness, Chancellorsville, Deep Bottom, Second Manasses, and Spotsylvania at th...
 
-- Entered by Paul Parsons on 8/26/2016
James M. Kelley
51st Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. H  
'James M. Kelly, of the Linn Rifles [Co. H] was buried on Roanoke Island, 27th March, having died of small-pox (of which six others of the Company are sick.) Mr. Kelly's age was about 23 years. He was the grandson of Col. John Kelly, of Revolutionary fame, son of the late Joseph Kelly, of Kelly Tp., son-in-law of Martin Hann of Lewisburg, [PA] where he enlisted.' Source: Union County Star & ...
 
-- Entered by Skip Riddle on 8/26/2016
Henley C. Farley
23rd Virginia Infantry - Co. B  
Was supposed to have served from 1861 to 1865 as a private. Was said to have been captured and served as a Prisoner of War.
 
-- Entered by Ray on 8/25/2016
Madison Farley
23rd Virginia Infantry - Co. B  
Military grave marker at his grave site shows service in Co. B 23rd Virginia Infantry.
 
-- Entered by Ray on 8/25/2016
Pvt Neverson Francis Sutton
18th Georgia Infantry - Co. K  
N.F. Sutton, was my gg grandfather. He was finally captured at the Battle of Gettysburg on July 5, 1863. He arrived at Point Lookout POW Camp on Aug 21, 1863 and eventually paroled at Lynchburg, VA on 4/15/1865.
 
-- Entered by David Sutton on 8/24/2016
Pvt Eli Reason Williams
66th Indiana Infantry  
Born 1836 Spouse: Meriah Louisa (Hobson) 2nd Great Grandfather of M. Papa
 
-- Entered by Marie Papa on 8/24/2016
Edward Perry Webb
59th Virginia Infantry - Co. B  
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 -- Entered by Randy Kelley on 8/23/2016
Horatio Daniel Motley
24th Virginia Infantry  
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 -- Entered by Howard Motley on 8/22/2016
Pvt Daniel Gullett
14th Kentucky Infantry - Co. I  
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 -- Entered by Dave Williams on 8/22/2016
Langdon L. Humphries
15th North Carolina Infantry - Co. C  
My ancestor's tombstone with this company's information on it can be viewed here: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=hump&GSfn=l&GSiman=1&GScid=2185977&GRid=44512957&
 
-- Entered by Alice Batchelor Hambright on 8/21/2016
Pvt Pleasant Trent
10th Tennessee Cavalry - Co. C  
Pleasant Trent was captured and taken to the prison camp at Belle Isle, Richmond VA. He was part of a prisoner exchange due to illness. He died from scurvy soon after arriving to the Annapolis MD hospital; he was buried there.
 
-- Entered by Brenda Greene on 8/21/2016
Pvt Isaac Scott Collins
9th New York Heavy Artillery - Co. C   
Originally Isaac joined the New York 138th Infantry which became the New York 9th Heavy Artillery. He was wounded in a battle in Cold Harbor and survived returning to his unit and mustered out. Eventually he and his family moved to the territory of Kansas where he lived a happy life and died in 1912.
 
-- Entered by Patricia Collins Dunlevy on 8/19/2016
1st Sgt Hugh Thorman
57th New York Infantry  
Hugh originally joined New York 57th Infantry at Clinton New York at age 19. There is a monument at Gettysburg Pa. Near the Wheatfield. The monument depicts all of the battles they were in. Hugh became a Corporal and then Sargeant Oct. 31, 1863. Due to the fact that the NY 57 had many losses of Soldiers Hugh joined the New York 61st Infantry Company K and survived the War and died in Kansas in 192...
 
-- Entered by Patricia Dunlevy on 8/19/2016
Cpl William H. Hill
20th Tennessee Infantry - Co. A  
This is my great great grandfather. According to family stories, he was saved on the battlefield by a fellow soldier named McMurray. He named a son Edward McMurray Hill in honor of him and the name stayed in the family, although slightly misspelled. I suspect the soldier was WJ McMurray.
 
-- Entered by William MacMurray Hill on 8/19/2016
Pvt Albert Kelly
47th Missouri Infantry - Co. H  
Albert Kelly was my Great, Great Grandfather. He was killed in action at Patterson,MO on 9/20/1864.
 
-- Entered by Tracy S Kelly on 8/18/2016
Pvt John Hogan
12th New York Cavalry  
John Hogan alias for John Wagner, Also cross ref to John Wagner Interesting note from ebay on line “Brooklyn New York Irishman John Wagner, 12th New York Cavalry enlisted in 1864 under the alias 'John Hogan', he was wounded at Colerain North Carolina & nursed by a Plymouth NC Rebel widow who he married! An original Civil War letter from Hogan at New Bern, NC , April 1864 delivered to his siste...
 
-- Entered by Skip Riddle on 8/18/2016
Pvt John Wagner
12th New York Cavalry  
Also cross ref to John Hogan Interesting note from ebay on line “Brooklyn New York Irishman John Wagner, 12th New York Cavalry enlisted in 1864 under the alias 'John Hogan', he was wounded at Colerain North Carolina & nursed by a Plymouth NC Rebel widow who he married! An original Civil War letter from Hogan at New Bern, NC , April 1864 delivered to his sister by comrade Pat Bellen, re life a...
 
-- Entered by Skip Riddle on 8/18/2016
Pvt Henry O'Malley
51st New York Infantry - Co. A  
Henry O'Malley Residence was not listed; 32 years old. Enlisted on 9/24/1861 at New York City, NY as a Private. On 9/25/1861 he mustered into 'A' Co. NY 51st Infantry He was Drowned on 7/3/1862 (En route from New Berne, NC to Fort Monroe, VA) Sources used by Historical Data Systems, Inc.: - New York: Report of the Adjutant-General 1893-1906 (c) Historical Data Systems, Inc. @ www.ci...
 
-- Entered by Skip Riddle on 8/17/2016
Sgt Peter O'Brien
51st New York Infantry - Co. K  
“While some troops were passing up the river [Neuse] the other night one man jumped overboard and was drowned. Another man belonging to the same regiment – 51st New York – fell asleep and rolled off into the water sharing the same fate.” Source: Newbern Weekly Progress. Saturday, July 12, 1862. Volume 4. New Bern, N.C. Excerpt from a letter George Washington Whitman wrote to his mother...
 
-- Entered by Skip Riddle on 8/17/2016
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