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Pvt Bernard Stengel (Stingle)
38th Illinois Infantry - Co. H  
Any battle history for Company H would be appreciated. I live in Kentucky Entered in Ill. in 1861 and discharged in 1864
-- Entered by John Stengel on 4/18/2015
James Waggener Adams
9th Virginia Infantry - Co. E  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Jeff Waggener on 4/18/2015
2nd Sgt William Fletcher Etheridge
5th Tennessee Infantry - Co. G   
My Husband's Great Grandfather William Fletcher Etheridge born; 5/16/1839 - 2nd Sgt, CSA (2d) Company G ,enlisted in the confederate Tenn. infantry on May 20,1861 age 22 , the day the 5th regiment of the Tenn. infantry was organized for state service. Fletcher mustered into Capt. John H. Longis Company, 5th regiment TN. Volunteers at Camp Brown in Obion County Tenn. as a private on August 9th 1861...
-- Entered by Susie Etheridge on 4/18/2015
Pvt Daniel Holiday McDonnell
32nd Georgia Infantry - Co. B  
Daniel was About 24 years old from Talbot Co. Ga. He enlisted as Pvt. in Co B 32nd Georgia Infantry. His CSA gravestone is at Sardis United Methodist Church Cemetery in Talbot Co Ga. I have not located his military records. A CSA flag graces his grave. He survived the war and died 31 Dec. 1926. Deo Vindice
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 4/17/2015
Pvt James Henry Hall
5th Kentucky Infantry - Co. D  
James was sworn in on 19 Oct. 1861 into Capt. Leonidas H Elliott's Co. Kentucky Vol's. This became 1st Co D 5th Kentucky Mounted Infantry. In Virginia , due to battle and disease losses it was reorganized as 3rd Co D. James was assigned extra duty as a hospital nurse at Holston Springs Scott County Va. In June 1862 he is attending the sick at Emery & Henry Collage. On 25 Dec. 1862 he reenlists at ...
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 4/17/2015
Pvt Clamor (Henry) Spellman
11th Minnesota Infantry - Co. A  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Monica Johnson on 4/17/2015
George W. Anderson
10th Indiana Cavalry - Co. I  
-- Entered by Sarah Taylor on 4/16/2015
Pvt Philip S. Hughes
48th North Carolina Infantry - Co. B   
Philip Hughes was stated to have enlisted into CO B of the 48th Inf Regiment from NC on 12 Mar 1862, it is recorded he died at (French's Farm)King's School House, Virginia on 25 Jun 1862, his remains location are unknown at this time. What needs further research is, 'did he die at King's School, a 1880 census names a Philip Hughes and spouse Selia (Celia Hughes), could he have survived? The follow...
-- Entered by Jerry Hughes on 4/16/2015
Pvt Agustus W. Bishop
6th Georgia Infantry - Co. A   
I Have not located Agustus's military record. His CSA gravestone is located at Westview Cemetery, Moultie, Colquitt County Georgia. He was the husband of my 2nd cousin Josephine Chapman 1844-1923 of Talbot, County Georgia. His family sent most of their young men off to fight the northern invaders... Many were wounded, some died. All fought the good fight.
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 4/16/2015
Pvt William Townsley Allen
3rd Georgia Cavalry - Co. A  
William enlisted on 19 July 1862 at Calhoun, Ga. In Oct. of 1862 he suffered a gunshot wound to his left hand which injured the first two fingers. He was given a 30 day furlough. He applied for an extension on 21 Nov. and it was denied on 2 Dec. 1863. William was paid $75 for extra duty at $1.25 cent per day. Paid at Augusta, Georgia. William was with Wheeler's Cavalry Brigade.
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 4/15/2015
Pvt John W. Turner
16th Virginia Infantry  
From 1861-1865
-- Entered by Roy E Wilde on 4/14/2015
Pvt Andre Veroni
3rd Louisiana Cavalry - Co. K  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Lee H. Veronie on 4/14/2015
Pvt Andre Veroni
3rd Louisiana Infantry - Co. K  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Lee H. Veronie on 4/14/2015
22nd Wisconsin Infantry - Co. H  
No Comments
 -- Entered by KRIS T JOHNSON on 4/14/2015
Pvt Josheph J. Rayborn
39th Mississippi Infantry - Co. H  
One of my Great Gran
-- Entered by John Gill on 4/14/2015
Pvt John H. McMath
22nd Mississippi Infantry - Co. G  
My 2nd Great Uncle whose brother, Zedekian Newton McMath, Pvt. 35th MS Inf Regt was killed at Battle of Corinth. John survived the war and died in 1874
-- Entered by John Gill on 4/14/2015
Pvt John Paul Hopping
13th Mississippi Infantry  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Paula Hopping on 4/13/2015
Pvt Ishmael Long
164th Ohio Infantry  
No Comments
 -- Entered by David Long on 4/13/2015
John Tinsley Pierce
5th North Carolina Cavalry  
The following citation can be found on, at least five supporting documents are on Fold3 as well. John T. Pierce in the U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865 Name: John T. Pierce Side: Confederate Regiment State/Origin: North Carolina Regiment Name: 5 North Carolina Cavalry. (63 State Troops.) Regiment Name Expanded: 5th Regiment, North Carolina Cavalry Company: K Rank In:...
-- Entered by Jerry Hughes on 4/12/2015
Pvt Daniel G. Mays
45th Georgia Infantry - Co. D  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Brenda Rollins on 4/12/2015
Pvt Leonard Rush Allen
46th Georgia Infantry - Co. I  
Leonard was a 17 years old when he enlisted at Tallbottom, Talbot County Georgia. Enlisting for 3 years. He was discharged on 5 July 1862. No reason given for discharge. However Leonard rejoined his unit. He suffered a gunshot wound to his left hand on 20 Sept. 1863. A medical board at Dalton, Ga. approved a 30 day furlough. No other records have been found. He survived the war and died 9 Feb. 190...
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 4/12/2015
Pvt Andrew Jackson Turner
97th Virginia Militia - Co. E  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Harold H Heiston Jr on 4/12/2015
Pvt George Thomas Garrett
30th Tennessee Infantry - Co. F  
Would appreciate any help with the history of this soldier served 1861-1863 Spent 7 mos in POW camp. Discharged Port Hudson, La Buried in Crittenden Co Ky
-- Entered by Jim Lynch on 4/12/2015
Pvt Martin Egan
51st Virginia Infantry - Co. G  
Martin Egan is buried in Little Rock National Cemetery, 5 Nov 1864. We would like to find how he came to die on that date in Arkansas. Only his name on a form is found at NARA. This is well after the Battle Prairie Grove - Other Name: Fayetteville that took place in Arkansas in Nov. 1862. Puzzling. Cemetery Address: 2523 Confederate Boulevard Little Rock, AR 72206 Buried At: Section 1 Site 210 ...
-- Entered by Pat Elliott on 4/12/2015
Pvt Edward Milton Oney
17th Virginia Cavalry - Co. E  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Tony Oney on 4/11/2015
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