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Jessie W. Ruff
33rd Georgia Infantry  
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 -- Entered by Mike Ruff on 5/26/2017
Pvt Isaac C. Bankston
34th Georgia Infantry - Co. C  
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 -- Entered by Dale Owen on 5/26/2017
Pvt Peter H. KEMP
146th New York Infantry - Co. C  
Mustered 28 AUG 1862. In six battles. Wounded before Petersburg, VA 22 JUN 1864 and placed in hospital at that time. Tranfered on 24 SEP 1864 to Co. A 44 Battary. Tranfered to Co. E 146 NYV on 6 OCT 1864. Height 5'9'. Light hair and complexion. Grey blue eyes.
 
-- Entered by Cheri Amarna on 5/21/2017
Pvt Peter H. KEMP
44th New York Infantry - Co. F  
Mustered 28 AUG 1862. In six battles. Wounded before Petersburg, VA 22 JUN 1864 and placed in hospital at that time. Tranfered on 24 SEP 1864 to Co. A 44 Batallion. Tranfered to Co. E 146 NYV on 6 OCT 1864. Height 5'9'. Light hair and complexion. Grey blue eyes.
 
-- Entered by Cheri Amarna on 5/21/2017
Pvt Moses Elijah Leach
11th Louisiana Infantry - Co. E  
This is my paternal great, great grandfather
 
-- Entered by christine leach on 5/20/2017
Sgt George Washington Beahm
97th Virginia Militia - Co. L  
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 -- Entered by robert grant on 5/19/2017
Musician Monty Y. Owens
28th Alabama Infantry - Co. H  
Monty was abt 14 years old when he joined Co H as a Musician in Jasper County Alabama. The Company Muster Roll is the only surviving record. Enlisting on 15 Feb 1862. Commanding officer Col. Reid. He is the husband of my 4th cousin 3 x removed named Sarah Elizabeth Crowe. She was 8 years older and Monty was her third husband. He survived the war and died in Alabama after 1936.
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 5/19/2017
Cpl Wayne Jacobs
30th Ohio Infantry - Co. A  
We have a copy of his Civil War diary. Starts July 29, 1861 and ends June 8, 1865 although he wasn't mustered out until August 1965.
 
-- Entered by Ronda Katzer on 5/18/2017
Qtr Mstr Littleton M. Fowler
14th Texas Cavalry - Co. E   
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 -- Entered by Gina Rifley on 5/16/2017
Pvt James Levi Kent
5th Florida Infantry - Co. F   
On 14 March 1862, he enlisted at the age of 17 in Jasper, Florida with the 5th Florida Infantry, Company F, CSA. He was wounded at the Battle of The Wilderness on 06 May 1864, at the Battle of North Anna on 25 May 1864, and mustered out on 09 April 1865 at Appomattox Court House, Virginia.
 
-- Entered by Buck on 5/16/2017
Pvt Meredith Lane Jeffers
19th Arkansas Infantry - Co. C  
Discharged for health reasons (double hernia) Later returned to unit and drove supply wagon until end of war.
 
-- Entered by Charles Zonker on 5/12/2017
Pvt John Henry Harrison Mosely
20th Arkansas Infantry - Co. C  
Killed in train wreak returning to unit from hospital. Duck Hill Montgomery County, MS. Buried in Duck Hill Confederate Cemetery also called Train Wreak Cemetery.
 
-- Entered by Charles Zonker on 5/12/2017
Pvt Jesse C. Stevens
28th Virginia Infantry - Co. G  
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 -- Entered by Jonathan Stevens on 5/10/2017
Pvt Alfred S. Stevens
28th Virginia Infantry - Co. G  
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 -- Entered by Jonathan Stevens on 5/10/2017
Pvt Meredith W. Stevens
28th Virginia Infantry - Co. G   
Enlisted in company G, Virginia 28th Infantry Regiment on the 10th of March 1862. Died on the 30th of August 1862 at the Battle of 2nd Manassas.
 
-- Entered by Jonathan Stevens on 5/10/2017
Pvt William H. Stevens
28th Virginia Infantry - Co. G   
Enlisted in company G, Virginia 28th Infantry Regiment on 14th of March 1862. Mustered out on 16th of November 1864.
 
-- Entered by Jonathan Stevens on 5/10/2017
Pvt Andrew Jackson Lewis
9th Maine Infantry - Co. I  
Andrew Jackson Lewis, after serving in the 3rd Infantry, also enlisted as a substitute in the 9th Maine Infantry into Co. I on September 29, 1864. He mustered out of that unit on May 28, 1865.
 
-- Entered by June Lewis on 5/9/2017
Andrew Jackson Lewis
3rd Maine Infantry - Co. I  
Andrew Jackson Lewis enlisted as a private at 23 on December 2, 1861, into Co. I of the Maine 3rd Infantry. He mustered out on December 21, 1863.
 
-- Entered by June Lewis on 5/9/2017
Pvt Benjamin W. Marley
26th North Carolina Infantry - Co. I  
Benjamin W. Marley enlisted in Company I, 26th Regt, NC on Sept. 23, 1862 at the age of 35. He was wounded at Gettysburg, Pa. on July 1, 1863. He was a Private. Roll-exct 0024, Roll-Rec 00004259. The North Carolina Standard newspaper dated July 29, 1863 had a list of men killed and wounded at Gettysburg which included B. W. Marley. He was mustered out on April 9, 1865 at the Appomattox Court House...
 
-- Entered by Kimberely Faw on 5/7/2017
Pvt Franklin DOBBS
34th Georgia Infantry - Co. B  
Enlisted May 16, 1862 at Camp McDonald with Capt Daniel. He was 27 year old. Died Oct 21, 1862 in Knoxville, TN. He left a wife Clarisa. He was 5'5' with light hiar and blue eyes. Before the war he was a farmer in Franklin County Georgia.
 
-- Entered by Cheri Amarna on 5/7/2017
Pvt Jesse DOOLEY
34th Georgia Infantry - Co. G  
Enlisted as private on Mar 26th 1863 in Carnesville, GA by Capt Jones. His brother, Asa Chandler Dooley, was already a Sgt. in the same company. He was also captured at Vicksburg on Jul 4, 1863 and paroled on Jul 8.
 
-- Entered by Cheri Amarna on 5/7/2017
1 Lt Asa Chandler DOOLEY
34th Georgia Infantry - Co. G   
Enlisted in Company G, Georgia 34th Infantry Regiment on 12 May 1862 as 1st Sgt. under Capt Russell A. Jones. Captured at Vicksburg, Miss. on July 4, 1863, paroled July 8, 1863. Promoted to Full 1st Lieutenant on 15 Sep 1863. Captured in Anderson, NC on May 18, 1865.
 
-- Entered by Cheri Amarna on 5/7/2017
Pvt Benjamin William Wilkes
20th Virginia Infantry - Co. C  
Benjamin William Wilkes was born in Lunenburg county, Virginia in 1818. He enlisted in Captain Allens ' Lunenburg Rebel Artillery ' 20th.Virginia Infantry Regiment, Confederate States Army when he was about 44 years of age. He died may 27,1865 in Point Lookout Prison, Md. as a Prisoner of War. He was my GGG Uncle.
 
-- Entered by Jerry Dunford on 5/7/2017
Arthur INMAN
1st Alabama Cavalry - Co. B  
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 -- Entered by Cheri Amarna on 5/5/2017
Pvt Benjamin Franklin Owens
119th Illinois Infantry - Co. F  
This was my GG Grandfather. He enlisted at age 18 in 1861 and was mustered out in 1865.
 
-- Entered by Jim Owens on 5/4/2017