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1st Sgt Thomas Leech
90th Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. B  
Thomas was my GGrandfather. b. 1832, d1892. Served 3+ years. Assigned to Brigade Hq. Guard in 1862-1864. Enlisted at Northumberland County Pennsylvania.
 
-- Entered by John Leach on 3/4/2015
Pvt Franklin C. Cowden
5th Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. A  
Enlisted at Piatt, Lycoming County 1861. Discharged for re-enlisting as VV in Co. D, 191 Pa. Volunteer Infantry. Wounded May 12, 1864 at Laurel Hill Spotsylvania.
 
-- Entered by John Leach on 3/4/2015
Pvt Richard Lunsford
34th Virginia Cavalry - Co. A   
No Comments
 -- Entered by Lorilee Anderson on 3/3/2015
Pvt Seth Rigby
14th Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. B   
No Comments
 -- Entered by Mark ODonnell on 3/3/2015
Sgt Christian Frederich Muggelberg
22nd Michigan Infantry - Co. G  
Christian was my Great Grandfather from St.Clair County Mi.
 
-- Entered by Jack Haus on 3/3/2015
Pvt Robert M. Fain
16th Georgia Infantry - Co. C  
Robert M. Fain was my Great Grandfather who was from the Starr-Iva community of SC. b.1839 - d.1916 Film # M226 Roll #20; He was the father of my Grandmother, Anne (Dolly) Fain Moore.
 
-- Entered by MP Moore on 3/2/2015
Sgt Joseph Perkins Brooks
76th Ohio Infantry - Co. B  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Lorilee Anderson on 3/2/2015
Pvt Moses Edwin Meads
2nd Georgia Reserve Infantry - Co. G  
My GG Uncle is buried in Sardis, GA. His headstone is CSA and marked accordingly. However, I cannot find any further information, no roster, no history, nothing. . . . Any assistance will be greatly appreciated.
 
-- Entered by Harold on 3/2/2015
Pvt James Tagg
91st Ohio Infantry - Co. D  
This was my great great grandfather on my mother's side. I have a photo when James Tagg was older. Interested in any photos or letters of Company D. Strangely enough, my great great grandfather on my father's side served in the same unit. They never knew that their children's children would marry.
 
-- Entered by Brian Bennett on 3/1/2015
Pvt Squire Bennett
91st Ohio Infantry - Co. D  
This was my great great grandfather on my father's side. I have a photo when Squire was older. Interested in any photos or letters of Company D.
 
-- Entered by Brian Bennett on 3/1/2015
Malum C. Barnett
48th Virginia Infantry - Co. A  
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 -- Entered by Brent Howard on 3/1/2015
Pvt Eli Frank Munsey
43rd Tennessee Infantry - Co. D  
Died 11/12/1862
 
-- Entered by Bob Munsey on 3/1/2015
2 Lt William Columbus Kirby
5th Tennessee Mounted Infantry - Co. C  
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 -- Entered by Elaine Brown on 3/1/2015
Pvt William Leatherman
39th North Carolina Infantry - Co. I  
William Leatherman, son of Solomon & Nancy Williams Leatherman. William was from Cowee Community, Franklin, NC. He was the brother of Zachariah and Issac M. Leatherman. William died May 3rd, 1863 at Atlanta Fairgrounds Hospital #1, Atlanta, GA & was buried May 4th, 1863, in the Oakland Cemetary, Atlanta, GA. William was an uncle to my grandfather, Issac Dock Leatherman, son of Zachariah Leathe...
 
-- Entered by Ivan Hall on 2/28/2015
Cpl Pleasant Caylor
30th Kentucky Mounted Infantry - Co. D  
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 -- Entered by George Caylor on 2/28/2015
Pvt William Wise Garner
55th Georgia Infantry - Co. I  
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 -- Entered by Elizabeth Flint on 2/26/2015
Pvt William G. Kennedy
31st Tennessee Infantry - Co. H  
Wounded in battle Franklin, TN. POW at Rock Island IL
 
-- Entered by Ron Perkins on 2/26/2015
Pvt Andrew Jackson Pierce
123rd Illinois Infantry - Co. I  
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 -- Entered by Danial Pierce on 2/26/2015
2 Lt Jacob S. Pierce
34th Kentucky Infantry - Co. A  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Danial Pierce on 2/26/2015
Richard Tew
46th North Carolina Infantry - Co. I  
I'm setting this up for my half brother whose ancestor is listed above. I have some documentation listed below about his burial site and his death. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=pv&GRid=47335796
 
-- Entered by Jerry Tew on 2/25/2015
Pvt George Franklin Mock
8th Alabama Infantry - Co. K  
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 -- Entered by Sam Forrester on 2/24/2015
Pvt William Henry Harrison Draper
28th Tennessee Infantry - Co. D  
dob 9/21/1840 died 3/1/1864'(single, died of sickness in Confederate Army. Died in Federal Prison at Rock Island).' Source Draper Families in America
 
-- Entered by Jim Draper on 2/24/2015
Pvt Henry Shappard
29th Illinois Infantry - Co. K   
Henry Shappard along with his brother William were German immigrants who both enlisted at Metropolis, IL under Captain Carmichael in August 1861. They were mustered in at Camp Butler, Springfield and went on to see battle at Forts Henry and Donelson, Shiloh and Vicksburg. While on garrison duty at Holly Springs, Mississippi in December 1862, Henry was captured in Van Dorn's raid, paroled and sent ...
 
-- Entered by Phil Shappard on 2/24/2015
1st Sgt Asbury William Draper
28th Tennessee Infantry - Co. I   
dob 7/11/1837 Mustered in 9/24/1861, 24 years old @ Camp Zollicofer, 12 month enlistment. Company Muster Roll for Feb 28 to Aug 31, 1862, Discharged and final statement given. Source: Draper Families in America and National Archives
 
-- Entered by Jim Draper on 2/23/2015
1 Lt John Simpson Draper
28th Tennessee Infantry - Co. D   
dob 4/20/1835 Mustered in 9/24/1861, 26 years old @ Camp Zollicoffer 12 month enlistment. Elected 1st Lt 12/20/1861. Company muster roll Feb 28 to Aug 31, 1862, Remarks: Discharged and final statement given. Source: Draper Families in America and National Archives
 
-- Entered by Jim Draper on 2/23/2015
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