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Pvt Wiley D. Chapman
17th Georgia Infantry - Co. C  
Wiley was abt 17 when he joined his brother Henry D Chapman in this unit. He was sick a lot and his records reflect the same. He is on a roll of POW's paroled at Jordan Springs Va on 2 August 1863. It appears he was a nurse at the hospital that was captured. He was a patient in Moore Hospital at Danville, Va. on 22 Jan. 1862. No Dx, on form. There are two pay vouchers that place him in Va. He was ...
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 7/22/2014
Sgt Wiley Franklin Hodges
66th Georgia Infantry - Co. D  
Joined unit 8/15/1863, wounded in 3/11/1865 near Goldsboro, NC, and died in Pettigrew Hospital in Raleigh, NC on 3/13/1865.
-- Entered by Donahue Hall on 7/22/2014
1st Sgt John Perry Chapman
5th Georgia Infantry - Co. I  
John enlisted 11 May 1861 at Macon, Ga and mustered in the same day. Enlisting as Pvt. and worked his way into the senior enlisted ranks. He was captured at Missionary Ridge, Tenn and exchanged. Rejoined his unit and fought until the end of the war.
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 7/22/2014
1 Lt Spencer C. Tyler
48th Alabama Infantry - Co. E  
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 -- Entered by Jay on 7/22/2014
Cpl Charles F. Snell
3rd Maine Infantry - Co. D  
Charles F. Snell was born in Dedham, Massachusetts in 1843. He moved to Bath, Maine in 1860 to live with his brother George F. Snell. His brother's wife had died leaving him a widower with an infant daughter and George and Charles' mother Mary had left Massachusetts to aid George in raising the baby. Charles joined them in Bath. At the age of 18, Charles enlisted with the 3rd Maine on 24 Apr 1861 ...
-- Entered by George F. Snell on 7/22/2014
Pvt Joseph Sanford Studdard
6th Mississippi Infantry - Co. K  
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 -- Entered by Betsy Jenkins on 7/22/2014
Pvt Thomas C. Stanley
28th Connecticut Infantry - Co. B  
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 -- Entered by Scott McKendrick on 7/21/2014
4th Cpl Henry D. Chapman
17th Georgia Infantry - Co. C  
Henry enlisted at Buena Vista Georgia on 4 March 1862 by Capt Taylor for the war. He was about 23 years old. He was admitted to Jackson Hospital on 3 August 1864 with chronic diarrhoea and died on the 14th of that month. He is buried at Hollwood Cemetery Richmond Va. Section V lot 88 row 69 -96 I have placed three stones here and will palce one for Henry. Deo Vindice
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 7/21/2014
Pvt John A. Chapman
46th Georgia Infantry - Co. B  
John was approaching 50 years old when he enlisted in Co B. 46th Georgia Infantry on 4 March 1862. He enlisted at Ellaville,Schley County Georgia. He had five or more family members in Co. B. . The military did not agree with him and most of his time was on sick furlough or in the hospital. 14 Feb. 1865 found him at home on sick furlough.
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 7/21/2014
11th Texas Infantry - Co. H  
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 -- Entered by KEITH WILLIFORD on 7/21/2014
Sgt Philip Hugh Nunez
48th Georgia Infantry - Co. H  
Killed at Battle of Poore Creek VA, June 30, 1864. He had enlisted in 1862 at 40 years old.
-- Entered by Robert Taylor on 7/21/2014
Pvt John Applegate
29th Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. K  
For anyone interested, I have letters written on Union Stationary from John Applegate who was killed on July 3, 1863 in the Battle of Gettesburg, on Culps Hill
-- Entered by Cindy Applegate Roberson on 7/21/2014
Pvt Richard C. Haralson
47th Alabama Infantry - Co. I  
Richard was born 3 Feb 1845 and was abt 16 years old when he joined the fight. He was seriously wounded at Chickamauga. He survived the war and drew a pension as a resident of Schley, County Georgia.
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 7/20/2014
Pvt James Coleman
13th West Virginia Infantry - Co. A  
Volunteered/enrolled December 15, 1863 Discharged at Cumberland, Maryland June 10, 1865 G.A.R. #6
-- Entered by Andy Richardson on 7/19/2014
Pvt Robert Amzie Hall
35th North Carolina Infantry - Co. H  
Name: R A Hall Residence: Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, North Carolina Age at Enlistment: 18 Enlistment Date: 1 Mar 1864 Rank at enlistment: Private Enlistment Place: Mecklenburg County, North Carolina State Served: North Carolina Survived the War?: Yes Service Record: Enlisted in Company H, North Carolina 35th Infantry Regiment on 01 Mar 1864. Birth Date: abt 1846 Sources: North C...
-- Entered by Greg Harkey on 7/18/2014
Pvt Martin Luther Harkey
43rd North Carolina Infantry - Co. I  
Name: Martin L Harkey Residence: Camp Holmes, Raleigh, North Carolina, North Carolina Enlistment Date: 7 Nov 1863 Rank at enlistment: Private Enlistment Place: Camp Holmes, Raleigh, North Carolina State Served: North Carolina Survived the War?: Yes Service Record: Enlisted in Company I, North Carolina 43rd Infantry Regiment on 07 Nov 1863.Mustered out on 09 Apr 1865 at Appomattox Court Hous...
-- Entered by Greg Harkey on 7/18/2014
Sgt Alfred Richard Senter
24th Mississippi Infantry - Co. F  
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 -- Entered by Bradley M. Smith on 7/18/2014
Cpl Charles Henry Givens
60th Virginia Infantry - Co. F  
Please add my 2nd Great-grandfather Corp.Charles Henry Givens. Henry Givens enlisted in Co F Regiment of Virginia Infantry on Sept 10, 1861, at Nicholas Co, Virginia. Parole of Honor for Corp. Henry GIVENS, was on May 8, 1865. Please add to list. Thank you, Corp. Henry Givens G_G-Granddaughter Cheryl Givens-Maxwell
-- Entered by cheryl Givens-Maxwell on 7/18/2014
Pvt James B. Everett
Cobb's Legion (Cavalry) - Co. D   
J.B. Everett joined the 'Dougherty Hussars' in April of 1861 which later became part of Cobb's Legion Cavalry Co. D. He lived in Albany, Ga after the war becoming a prominent farmer. He never married and therefore we have no personal stories or records from his time with the cavalry except from military records and newspaper articles.
-- Entered by Bruce Everett on 7/17/2014
Pvt Henry H. Young
2nd North Carolina Infantry - Co. G  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Ginny Young Kellum on 7/17/2014
Pvt Franklin T. Osteen
3rd Georgia Reserve Infantry - Co. F  
Enlisted 20 or 21 Apr 1864 at Columbus, GA. Wounded 06 Dec 1864 at Pocataligo, SC. Discharged 27 Apr 1865. Interment at Old Saltillo Cemetery, Hopkins Co., TX.
-- Entered by W. Mike Griggs on 7/16/2014
1st Sgt James L. McLean
32nd Mississippi Infantry - Co. D  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Ken Williams on 7/16/2014
Cpl Church Littleton Williams
35th Mississippi Infantry - Co. H  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Ken Williams on 7/16/2014
Pvt William Floyd Murray
43rd Georgia Infantry - Co. D  
William F. Murray joined 43rd Co. D in March 1862 and died 08 May 1862 in Banks Co. of unknown cause.
-- Entered by Thomas F. Smith on 7/15/2014
Pvt Henry Franklin White
107th New York Infantry  
Wounded in the Cornfield at Antietam Creek (Sharpsburg, MD) September 17th, 1862; lost his right thumb and medically discharges at Philadelphia, PA in 1863
-- Entered by Jonathan Whitney White on 7/15/2014
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