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Pvt Isaiah Freeman
39th Mississippi Infantry - Co. H  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Ronnie Temple on 8/21/2017
Pvt John C. Hill
10th Alabama Infantry - Co. I   
He was killed at Gaines Mill June 27th, 1862. His 2 year old daughter Virginia Lee Hill was my grandmother's mother her name was Sarah Ruth Bridges born Sept. 8, 1900 in Birmingham,Alabama. My mother Virginia lee Grey was born June 12, 1920 in Birmingham, Alabama. I was born January 29, 1946. I donated the letter that Capt. Brewton notified john c hill's wife of his death at gaines mill to the Civ...
-- Entered by george f bixler on 8/20/2017
2 Lt Leander A. Osburn
14th Texas Infantry - Co. C  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Ryan Osburn on 8/20/2017
Sgt Ivy C. Ritchie
14th North Carolina Infantry - Co. H  
Sgt. Ivy Ritchie has the distinction of being the last Confederate soldier killed on the day of the surrender, April 9, 1865. The Stanly News and Press (Albemarle, NC) June 5, 2006 Honoring Ivy Ritchie Locals fight to get Civil War headstone corrected By Jim Lisk, Staff Writer Sunday, June 4, 2006 - Once history is written, it sometimes seems to require an act of Congress to straighten...
-- Entered by Tom McCrea on 8/19/2017
Pvt John A. Graybill
58th Indiana Infantry - Co. D  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Peggy Swander on 8/18/2017
Pvt Joseph Caloway Henson
34th North Carolina Infantry - Co. I  
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 -- Entered by Deryk Newberry on 8/17/2017
2 Lt Wilkerson Daniel Harris
47th North Carolina Infantry - Co. F  
47th NC Infantry, Co. F, 2nd Lt promoted from Pvt. and resigned July 31, 1862 due to deafness (resulted from fever), returned and resigned again Jan 22, 1863 for deafness. *North Carolina Troops 1861-1865 A Roster Volume XI, 45-48 Regiments pg. 306
-- Entered by Jonathan Varnell on 8/11/2017
Pvt Bolen Varnell
71st North Carolina Infantry - Co. G  
Co. G NC Junior Reserves (as known as the 71st NC Inf.) Born in Edgecombe County, NC, March 1847. Was a farmer prior to enlisting at the age of 17 on April 16, 1864 for the war. Reported present on August 31, 1864. Reported on detached service at Rocky Mount, NC from September 15 to October 31, 1864. Hospitalized at Raleigh, NC on February 4, 1865 for chronic diarrhea. Returned to service Februar...
-- Entered by Jonathan Varnell on 8/11/2017
Pvt Kinchen Varnell
17th North Carolina Infantry - Co. I  
Enlisted at camp Vance January 23rd, 1863, wounded at Petersburg September 10, 1864, died in Richmond hospital Nov. 5, 1864. Buried in Hollywood cemetery, Richmond, VA.
-- Entered by Jonathan Varnell on 8/11/2017
Pvt James Bailey Gardner
27th North Carolina Infantry - Co. A  
Enlisted August 21, 1861 at Ft. Macon, NC. Wounded, unsure where and survived the war.
-- Entered by Jonathan Varnell on 8/10/2017
Pvt Henry Mallory
43rd Alabama Infantry - Co. F  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Mindy White on 8/6/2017
Pvt George Washington Franklin
Halifax Virginia Heavy Artillery (Wright’s VA Battery) - Co. F  
I think he was in Company F in the 34th Regiment. I think he died in a Richmond field hospital due to a wound he received in battle.
-- Entered by Rebecca Franklin on 8/6/2017
Pvt Franklin G. Stephens
32nd Georgia Infantry - Co. C  
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 -- Entered by Lori Hager on 8/4/2017
Pvt Olof Svensson
139th New York Infantry - Co. B  
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 -- Entered by SE Svenson on 8/3/2017
Pvt William G. New
55th Virginia Infantry - Co. I   
Buried 'New Cemetery' located at Stormont-Cooks corner,just outside of Saluda Courthouse Va.
-- Entered by Richard Ortt on 8/2/2017
Pvt James B. New
55th Virginia Infantry - Co. B   
Killed in action at Gettysburg July 3, 1863 (Pickett's charge). Left widow Lucy Ann. Burial unknown.
-- Entered by Richard Ortt on 8/2/2017
2 Lt Ricks M. Pearce
15th North Carolina Infantry - Co. L  
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 -- Entered by Jack Pearce on 7/31/2017
Joseph J. Harr
60th Tennessee Infantry  
Sir, Add Joseph J. Harr to this Regiment. Tim
-- Entered by Timothy on 7/30/2017
Pvt William H. Harr
60th Tennessee Infantry - Co. G  
Sir, Add William H. Harr to this Regiment. Thanks. Tim
-- Entered by Timothy on 7/30/2017
Pvt William M. Harr
60th Tennessee Infantry - Co. G  
Sir, Add William M. Harr to this Regiment. Thanks. Tim
-- Entered by Timothy on 7/30/2017
Pvt John H. Cooper
47th Indiana Infantry - Co. B  
He and his father, Abraham, enlisted in the 47th Indiana Infantry. Both survived the war. John became a lawyer and later a judge. Abraham returned to farming. I have no pictures of them.
-- Entered by Pam Joyner on 7/30/2017
Pvt David Harr
60th Tennessee Infantry - Co. G  
Sir, Please add the following relatives to the 60th Tennessee: David Joseph J. William H. William M. All were privates and fought with the 60th Tennessee. Thanks.
-- Entered by Timothy on 7/29/2017
Cpl Nicholas Ditt
82nd Illinois Infantry - Co. A  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Carey on 7/28/2017
Pvt Henry A. Jones
29th Mississippi Infantry - Co. C  
Captured Chickamauga, Georgia, 20 Sept 1863. Sent )ct 1863 to Camp Douglas Prison, Illinois. Discharged 3 June 1865.
-- Entered by George W. Jones, III on 7/27/2017
James Jefferson Carr
6th Virginia Infantry - Co. C  
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 -- Entered by Thomas Jeter on 7/26/2017