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Pvt William Gay Rushing
2nd Alabama Cavalry - Co. B  
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 -- Entered by Traci Coker on 2/26/2017
Pvt Alexander McDonald
105th Pennsylvania Infantry  
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 -- Entered by Traci Coker on 2/26/2017
Pvt John David Dupree
37th Alabama Infantry - Co. E  
John, was the first husband of my 3rd cousin 4 times removed. They Divorced after a few years and he remarried. He has 4 cards in his archival file, 3 of which are clothing issue. I do know he survived the war. His cover CMR is all I have of his service.
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 2/25/2017
Cpl Andrew Jackson Knott
44th Alabama Infantry - Co. I  
Andrew enlisted 24 April 1862 at Tuscaloosa. He was wounded at Chickamauga and sent to the Hospital in Atlanta. He recovered and fought with his unit until its surrender at Appomattox and was paroled on 10 April 1865. He was the husband of my 3 cousin 4x removed on my Pankey line.
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 2/25/2017
Robert Perry Rowland
50th Georgia Infantry - Co. B   
Robert Perry Rowland was born in 1831 in Charlton County, Georgia. He married Amy E Miller in 1859 in Ware County, Georgia. They had one child during their marriage. He enlisted on 12 May 1862 into the 50th GA Inf Reg Co. B. He died in a Richmond, VA Hospital on June 19, 1864, at the age of 33.
 
-- Entered by Wesley James on 2/25/2017
Pvt John Singleton Butler
30th Alabama Infantry - Co. D  
Pvt J.S. Butler was killed May 16, 1863 at or near Champion Hill, Ms
 
-- Entered by Gary K. Butler on 2/24/2017
Capt Tapley Marmaduke Curtis
50th Tennessee Infantry - Co. K  
Tapley Joined 11 Dec 1861. Enlisted at Fort Donalson where he was elected to 2nd Lieut. He was arrested [captured] there 16 Feb 1862 & sent to Camp Chase then to Johnson Island. He was exchanged at Vicksburg in Sept 1862. He was elected Captain on 23 Sept 1862 and sent on recruiting duty. at this time he was about 26 years old. He is my 2nd cousin 3 x removed.
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 2/24/2017
Pvt Edmund William Burns
10th Tennessee Infantry - Co. I  
Edmund Burns was my Great Great Grandfather on my Mothers side.
 
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Cpl James Albert McClain
3rd Tennessee Cavalry - Co. A  
James was born in Weakley Co. Tenn. He enlisted at Randolph, Tipton Co. Tenn. 4 May 1861. Capt P.T. Allin's Co. Sharpshooters of General Preston Smiths Brigade. On Nov 1862, detached duty to the Ordinance Dept. Remarks on last CMR Promoted to Capt. / Co A McDonald's Battn: Tenn Cav. Husband of our 2nd cousin 3 x removed. Grandson of Hannah Thomas 1782-1852
 
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David Lucas
13th South Carolina Infantry  
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Perry Lucas
2nd South Carolina Cavalry  
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Capt JJ W Kyzer
19th South Carolina Cavalry  
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Noah Rich
4th Alabama Cavalry  
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Pvt Malcom H. Lucas
20th South Carolina Infantry - Co. K  
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Pvt Francis Marion Agee
22nd Tennessee Infantry - Co. H  
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Pvt William Peterfild Love
18th Texas Cavalry   
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Frances M. King
60th Alabama Infantry  
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Cpl Alfred King
10th Arkansas Infantry   
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Pvt James King
10th Arkansas Infantry   
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Pvt Reubin King
26th Arkansas Infantry  
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Pvt John King
12th Arkansas Cavalry  
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Pvt J R. Brown
8th Alabama Cavalry - Co. E  
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Phileman Bradford
58th Alabama Infantry - Co. G  
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2 Lt Benjamin West
39th Georgia Infantry - Co. G  
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Cpl James Marion Reece
6th Georgia Cavalry - Co. D  
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