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Pvt Wiley Alfred Stewart
4th Tennessee Cavalry - Co. H   
I honor the service of this 'free man of color' Enlisted on 8/1/1862 as a Private in Murry's 4th TN Cavalry. Recruited by Captain Francis Cunningham, Co. “H”. Organized July 22, 1861 at Nashville, Davidson County as Q. C. Sanders’ Company. Men from Smith County. Became Co. “C”, 8th (4th) Tennessee Cavalry. Wiley's middle initial was 'A'. This is the only 'free person of color', listed in the 1860 ...
-- Entered by Glenn Land on 10/23/2017
1 Lt William Thomas Jones
35th North Carolina Infantry - Co. C  
Not related, only honoring his service. William was born to a slave, fathered by his mother's owner, who freed him after 1850. Residence Moore County NC; a 27 year-old Mechanic. Enlisted on 9/12/1861 at Moore County, NC as a 3rd Lieut. On 11/6/1861 he was commissioned into 'C' Co. NC 35th Infantry. He was listed as: * Sick 10/15/1862 (place not stated) (Estimated day) * Confined 6/17/1864 Fo...
-- Entered by Glenn Land on 10/23/2017
Pvt Griffith Perry
9th Louisiana Infantry - Co. I  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Debbie Redington on 10/22/2017
Pvt William T. Williams
194th Ohio Infantry - Co. E  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Sue Henry on 10/21/2017
Pvt John P. Thomas Jr.
43rd North Carolina Infantry - Co. H  
John was about 18 when he enlisted at Kinston NC on 18 March 1864. He had several brothers and in laws in the unit. He was captured at Petersburg Va on 2 April 1865 and sent to Point Lookout Md where he died of Pneumonia 5 May 1865.
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 10/21/2017
Pvt William G. Thomas
43rd North Carolina Infantry - Co. H  
William was 17 years old when he enlisted at Wadesboro, NC in Co H [Fisher Light Infantry] which became Co H 43rd NC Inf. He mustered in at Camp Mangum 2 April 1862. His CMR for Sept - Oct of 1864 stated he was wounded and in the hands of the enemy. He die of his wounds 30 Sept 1864 of his wounds. Probably at Point Lookout Md. He is my 3rd cousin 4 x removed. His ancestor was Tristram Thomas of Ea...
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 10/21/2017
Cpl James Hampton Thomas
43rd North Carolina Infantry - Co. H  
James joined other members of his family in Co H , enlisting 15 May 1862 at Camp Holmes. He is sick in hospital twice. Promoted to full Corporal before 25 Jan 1865. He followed his unit thru the entire war and surrendered with is unit at Appomattox Court House 9 April 1865. A dark day indeed.
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 10/20/2017
16th New Hampshire Infantry - Co. F  
Enlisted on 23 Oct 1862. Died on 19 Jul 1863 at Port Hudson, LA one day before the unit mustered out. Never married.
-- Entered by Cheri Amarna on 10/20/2017
Pvt Julius W. Burns
26th North Carolina Infantry - Co. K   
Julius was 34 years old when he enlisted at Wadesboro, Anson Co NC. for the war. He has 12 CMR's in his archival file. He died 12 July 1908. CMR for May-June 1864 he is wounded and in the Hospital in Va. On 5 Dec 1864 he is transferred to the Cavalry. He is the husband of my cousin Frances Elvin Thomas b.30 May 1833.
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 10/19/2017
Pvt Jefferson NOBLES
57th Georgia Infantry - Co. B  
Enlisted on Company B, Georgia 57th Infantry April 20, 1863. He was 17 and 2 of his brothers had died while serving in the 14th Infantry. Wounded at Baker's Creek, Miss. on May 16, 1863. Captured at Vicksburg, Miss. on July 4, 1863, paroled on July 7th, exchanged in Oct. 1863. Surrendered at Greensboro, N.C. on April 26, 1865. He returned and married his brother William's widow. William had one ...
-- Entered by Cheri Amarna on 10/15/2017
Pvt Robert NOBLES
14th Georgia Infantry - Co. H   
Enlisted on July 9, 1861. Admitted to the hospital on 9 AUG 1862. Died on 16 Aug 1862 of diptheria or typhiod fever at the Chimborazo Hospital in Richmond, VA. Brother to William NOBLES of this company and relative of William Jackson HALL. Unit called the 'Blackshear Guards'. His pocket book contained $30.
-- Entered by Cheri Amarna on 10/15/2017
Pvt William H. NOBLES
14th Georgia Infantry - Co. H   
Enlisted in 23 Jul 1861. Was in the hospital in Williamsburg in March 1862. Did not survive the war. Died 3 Apr 1863 of pneumonia, Field Hospital 2nd Corps, Virginia. He left $5.00 in confederate money.
-- Entered by Cheri Amarna on 10/15/2017
Pvt Jacob Graves Eubank
53rd Tennessee Infantry  
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 -- Entered by Chareese Basila on 10/15/2017
Pvt Aaron Newton
3rd US Volunteer Infantry - Co. D  
Confederate POW from Lawrence County, Tennessee who enlisted in the US Army for frontier service in October 1864 while incarcerated at Rock Island, Illinois. Died of typhoid fever May 19th, 1865 at Cottonwood Springs, Nebraska Territory Army Post (later named Fort McPherson). Buried in Fort McPherson National Cemetery, Maxwell Nebraska. Section A, grave 319
-- Entered by Jerold Newton on 10/15/2017
Cpl William James Hurdle
6th North Carolina Infantry - Co. K  
Killed near Winchester Oct 1, 1864
-- Entered by Jack Blanks on 10/13/2017
Pvt John Martin Chambers
25th North Carolina Infantry - Co. C  
John Martin Chambers was captured during the Seige of Petersburg and was sent to Point Lookout, Maryland. He survived the war. John Martin Chambers was a Cherokee Indian who served under Captain Samuel Bryson.
-- Entered by John Dix on 10/13/2017
Sgt George Washington Marley
53rd North Carolina Infantry - Co. K  
My 3x great grandpa he was captured at Petersburg and spent the rest of the war in a POW camp in Marland
-- Entered by Riley Collins on 10/11/2017
Pvt John Adam Klinger
208th Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. A   
My great great grandfather
-- Entered by Shannon Crump on 10/10/2017
Pvt Jackson Maxwell
36th Iowa Infantry - Co. K  
No Comments
 -- Entered by John Maxwell on 10/9/2017
Pvt Joseph D. Harr
61st Tennessee Infantry  
Info passed onto me from someone research my family history.
-- Entered by Timothy Harr on 10/7/2017
Pvt Abraham Ball
60th Tennessee Infantry - Co. F  
He's my great, great, great grandfather from my grandfather's side (Dykes) of the family.
-- Entered by Timothy Harr on 10/7/2017
Pvt William Isaac Pleasant
60th Tennessee Infantry - Co. K  
Info provided by someone doing research on family. He is a relative from my grandmother's side.
-- Entered by Timothy Harr on 10/7/2017
Pvt Martin Harr
19th Tennessee Infantry - Co. C  
Got this information on someone doing history on my family name? Thanks
-- Entered by Timothy Harr on 10/7/2017
Cpl Robert Thaddeus C. S. Davenport
11th Kentucky Infantry - Co. I  
Davenport, Robert, Private, I Co, 19 yrs, 17 Oct 61 at Camp Calloway (Hartford), KY. Promoted to Corporal Jul 64. Discharged 14 Dec 64 at Bowling Green, KY. Last name is sometimes spelled Devenport.
-- Entered by Cecil Nelson on 10/7/2017
Pvt George Allen Houpt
28th Virginia Infantry - Co. G  
George Allen Houpt & Susannah Wingert were my g g gradparents. Many Houpt and Wingert Civil War era family photographs were handed down to me, including one of Jacob Wingert, 28th Virginia Infantry Company A. Please contact me for info.
-- Entered by Harold Houpt Jr on 10/6/2017