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Pvt Jesse D. Russell
5th Florida Infantry - Co. C  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Todd Heintz on 3/16/2018
Pvt William Jasper Williams
5th Tennessee Infantry - Co. A  
I am researching for a client, found this information to pass along
-- Entered by Diane Tells His Name on 3/14/2018
Pvt John Martin Southern
39th Tennessee Infantry  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Steven Terry on 3/14/2018
Pvt Wiley A. Johnson
5th Missouri Infantry - Co. K  
Looking for info on Wiley A. Johnson. and/or Calvin R. Johnson 5th infantry regiment, Missouri, company k
-- Entered by Bobbi Benfield on 3/14/2018
Pvt Harvey Holmes Bonham
7th Wisconsin Infantry - Co. F  
2nd Great Grandfather
-- Entered by Joe Bonham on 3/13/2018
Sgt James Marion Mattison
6th Texas Cavalry - Co. E  
Entered as a Private, discharged as a Sgt. Gould's Battn.
-- Entered by W. R. Haight on 3/13/2018
Cpl Thomas Rushing
23rd North Carolina Infantry  
Thomas, Andrew Paul, and Horace rushing are my direct ancestors. Horace got sick early on, but Thomas and Andrew saw many great battles, including Antietam, Chancellorsville, Fredericksburg, and Gettysburg. Thomas was wounded at Chance., and did not make Gettysburg, and glad he didn't, because the 23rd, along with most of Iverson brigade, was mauled! Andrew Paul Rushing was killed on July 1st. Sto...
-- Entered by wesley rushing on 3/12/2018
Pvt Daniel A. Hopkins
58th Virginia Infantry - Co. D  
Franklin County, Coopers PO, age 14 at enlistment,2/1/1964, Captured at Petersburg4/2/1865. Sent to Pt. Lookout, Released 5/4/1865. 5'9', fair complexion, brown hair, blue eyes.
-- Entered by Tim Hopkins on 3/12/2018
Pvt Jacob Case
25th North Carolina Infantry - Co. A  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Jeremy Case on 3/11/2018
Pvt David Crockett Lunsford
35th North Carolina Infantry - Co. E  
This was my Great Great Uncle Born in 1837. Was in Co. E 35th NC Inf. Regt. He was wounded by 3 rifle balls and 2 shell fragments at Petersburg VA and taken prisoner of war. Carried to Point Lookout Md. and from there was taken to Elmyra NY. He survived the war and lived in Person County until he died in 1931.
-- Entered by Charlie A. Lunsford on 3/10/2018
Pvt Joshua Joseph Ammons
7th Tennessee Mounted Infantry - Co. E   
Would love to know information on Joshua Ammons, my great,great grandfather, and any information on actions by the 7th Mounted Infantry and those that served. Plus, would love any help in solving the mystery of Joshua Ammons, alias, Henry Asberry, Jasper White and events at the close of the Civil War.
-- Entered by Richard on 3/10/2018
Pvt Gordon Repass
1st Virginia Infantry - Co. K  
would like any information
-- Entered by robert w. lowery on 3/9/2018
Pvt Clement Griggs
21st South Carolina Infantry - Co. G  
Clement was born in 1841 in Darlington Co. SC. He enlisted in Capt. E. C. Stockton's Co SC Vol's in Darlington on 13 Jan 1862. He mustered in at Georgetown, SC on 16 Jan. This became Co G 21 SC Infantry. He died of disease in the hospital at Summerville, SC on 29 Jan 1863. He is related to me by marriage.
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 3/9/2018
Pvt John Abernathy Gainey
21st South Carolina Infantry - Co. G  
John was about 24 years old. Enlisted 22 Feb 1863 at Darlington, Darlington Co. SC. He was dogged with ill health and sickness. He was in the hospital or sick in camp. Having been sent on sick furlough home on one occasion. His units CMR for Jan -Feb 1865 lists him as wounded. He served honorably and died 6 Dec 1921. He is distantly related to me thru my Griggs family line.
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 3/8/2018
John Joseph Barry
90th Illinois Infantry  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Tom Barry on 3/8/2018
Elisha Hicks
10th Missouri Infantry  
Like most, I am looking for any information on Elisha.
-- Entered by Michael Hicks on 3/8/2018
Pvt Andrew J. Leap
156th Indiana Infantry  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Joe on 3/7/2018
Pvt William Henry Hollingsworth
3rd Alabama Cavalry - Co. G  
POW captured at Resaca, Ga. taken to camp Morton until the war was over.
-- Entered by Curtis Whited on 3/6/2018
Pvt James R. Russell
29th North Carolina Infantry - Co. D  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Shirley Lowe on 3/6/2018
Sgt John T. McCullough
3rd Georgia Infantry - Co. A  
Looking for any relatives of John T, and Mary E. McCullough He died at the Letterman Hosp. in Gettysburg July 27 1863
-- Entered by charles harris on 3/5/2018
Felix F. Davis
39th Alabama Infantry - Co. I  
enlisted at Clayton Ala March 10, 1862
-- Entered by Ted Tatum on 3/4/2018
Pvt Reter Moore
20th Louisiana Infantry - Co. D  
Captured near Vicksburg in 1863. Dies at Camp Morton, Indiana, Dec. 1863
-- Entered by Sharon Kloba on 2/28/2018
Pvt John M. Patrick
39th Mississippi Infantry - Co. C   
Family history unknown. Please message me w/any info! Possibly born 1829-1830 in GA, maybe NC. Married Lucretia Banks and moved to Scott Co, MS. 4 children. Enlisted on May 6, 1862 in Jackson, MS by Capt. Collum for 3 years. Private in C Co. of 39th MS Volunteers. Captured at Port Hudson, LA on July 9, 1863 and released on July 12 or 13, 1863. Captured by 23rd A.C. Dept. Ohio near Jonesboro, GA...
-- Entered by Mandy (Patrick) Brownlee on 2/25/2018
Pvt Jesse Brooks
1st Arkansas Infantry - Co. E  
Born Nov 1830 Hawkins County, Tn, Died: Aug 1917 Mason, Texas.
-- Entered by Eddie Elkins on 2/25/2018
Pvt James H. Winfrey
29th Tennessee Infantry  
Born Oct 1841 Hawkins County, Tn. Died: June 1909, Buried Old Presbyterian Cemetery, Rogersville, Tn.
-- Entered by Eddie Elkins on 2/25/2018