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Surgeon Peyton Skipwith Coles
59th Virginia Infantry - Co. Z  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Stricker Sanford on 11/23/2014
Capt Roberts Coles
46th Virginia Infantry  
Capt Coles was killed at the Battle of Roanoke Island, NC
 
-- Entered by Stricker Sanford on 11/23/2014
John Jay Harrison
58th Illinois Infantry - Co. F  
any information would be appreciated
 
-- Entered by Jan Pouppirt on 11/23/2014
Pvt William Bamber
156th New York Infantry - Co. I   
My Great-Great Grandfather. Looking for any new info on him and or the 156th.
 
-- Entered by Tim Allured on 11/22/2014
Pvt William Christopher Quisenberry
8th Arkansas Infantry - Co. F  
Christopher was 25 Years old. He enlisted on 23 Sept. 1861 at Pocahontas, Ark. in the [new] Co F 8th Regiment Ark. Inf. He was sick in the City Hotel Hospital in Atlanta Ga. He is assigned as a nurse at that hospital on 9 March 1863 by order of Gen. Bragg. He was taken Prisoner on 6 May 1865 and released after swallowing the yellow dog on 29 May 1865. His wife filed for and received a pension base...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 11/21/2014
Alexander Wiseman
58th North Carolina Infantry - Co. A  
Alexander Wiseman son of Bedford and Polly Wiseman was born Yancey County N C, now Avery April 13, 1822. Wife was Hazel Jennings Wiseman. He was known as Wainer Alex Wiseman. By the time he joined the CSA Army on 11 Feb, 1862 he was 40 years old and was the father of many children. Assigned to Company A 58th Regiment. Later to Company D. After the war he returned to Avery County and Farmed until ...
 
-- Entered by Lowell Presnell on 11/21/2014
Pvt Gilbert King
50th Wisconsin Infantry - Co. I  
No Comments
 -- Entered by June Martin on 11/21/2014
Sgt George M(artin?) Kidd
46th Virginia Infantry - Co. I  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Sam Clarke on 11/21/2014
Pvt Jesse O. Mints
30th North Carolina Infantry - Co. C  
Jesse O Mints enlisted as a private on 18 Jul 1861 at the age of 25.
 
-- Entered by Tina M Mintz on 11/21/2014
Pvt Mark A. Berryhill
9th Louisiana Infantry - Co. I  
my great grandfather
 
-- Entered by robert berryhill on 11/21/2014
Pvt Jackson A. Howard
23rd North Carolina Infantry - Co. K  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Seth Atwell on 11/21/2014
Sgt William D. Thompson
52nd North Carolina Infantry - Co. G  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Seth Atwell on 11/21/2014
Pvt John Nelson Byrd
36th Alabama Infantry - Co. G  
John has but one card in his file..He enlisted on 19 April 1862 in Monroe County Ala. He was 27 years old and the father of three small boys. He was killed by the northern invaders in the battle at Chickamauga, Georgia on 11 Sept. 1863. He lies in an unmarked grave.
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 11/20/2014
Pvt Henry J. Byrd
36th Alabama Infantry - Co. G  
There is but one card in Henry's file. He is from Monroe Co. Alabama. He was 19 years old when he enlisted on 17 March 1862. He survived the war and is buried in Brewton, Alabama. His unit was with Clanton's Brigade, Buckner's Corp. Stuarts Division. I have found two other family members in this Company.
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 11/20/2014
Pvt Needam Wilburn Galoway
1st Alabama Infantry - Co. E  
Needam was 17 years old when he joined on 1 April 1864. Enlisting at Troy Alabama in the [ New ] Co E 1st Ala. Infantry. He was shot thru the right ankle at the Battle of Nashville 30 Nov. 1864. He was captured at Franklin on 17 Dec 1864. As a POW he was sent to Louisville Ky, Camp Chase Ohio and on to Lookout Point Md. He was paroled after swallowing the yellow dog on 5 June 1865. He applied and ...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 11/19/2014
Pvt Isaac Ewen Tanner
21st Texas Infantry - Co. E  
No Comments
 -- Entered by gary fancher on 11/19/2014
Pvt James S. Holbert
10th West Virginia Infantry - Co. G  
On 05 May 1862, James, at the age of 18, enlisted at Glenville, Gilmer Co., now West Virginia, into the US Army as a private for 3 years of service. He was assigned to Co. G, 10th West Virginia Infantry. On 07 July, 1862, James was killed during a skirmish with the Confederates while defending Maryland Heights for the 3rd time near Harpers Ferry. On 24 Dec., 1866 he was re-interred into what w...
 
-- Entered by Jim Reaser on 11/19/2014
Corneilius Neal Moore
13th Kentucky Cavalry - Co. K  
No Comments
 -- Entered by mel moore on 11/19/2014
Pvt Joseph R. Byrd
43rd Alabama Infantry - Co. E  
Joseph was 38 Years old from Old Texas, Monroe Co. Ala. He enlisted at Mobile, Ala. on 20 June 1862. He suffered a broken left forearm and was captured at Chicamauga on 20 Sept. 1863. He was treated in the prison hospital and exchanged.
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 11/18/2014
Pvt Stephen Byrd
36th Alabama Infantry - Co. G  
Stephen was from Monroe Co. Alabama. He was 47 years old when he joined Co G.36th Alabama Infantry. Enlisted 17 March 1862. He survived the war. Married twice but had no children. Buried at Friendship Baptist Church,Pine Apple, Wilcox Co. Alabama
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 11/18/2014
Pvt Samuel Sommers Reaser
26th Virginia Infantry - Co. D  
Samuel Sommers Reaser, (1843-1923), his brothers, James William and Philip 'Sip' Reaser, together, on 29 March, 1862 enlisted at Lewisburg, Greenbrier Co., Virginia. They were assigned to Co. D, 26th Battalion, Virginia Infantry (Edgar's). They joined the Confederate States Army seeking revenge against the US Army for the death of their older brother, Jacob Reaser, who earlier had enlisted into ...
 
-- Entered by Jim Reaser on 11/18/2014
Pvt James William Reaser
26th Virginia Infantry - Co. D   
James William Reaser (1842-1918), his brothers, Philip 'Sip' and Samuel Sommers enlisted together on 29 March 1862 at Lewisburg, Greenbrier Co., Virginia. They were all assigned to Co. D of the 26th Battalion, Virginia Infantry (Edgar's). They joined the Confederate States Army seeking revenge against the US Army for the death of their older brother, Jacob Reaser, who earlier had enlisted in C...
 
-- Entered by Jim Reaser on 11/18/2014
Hampton Griffin
53rd North Carolina Infantry  
No Comments
 -- Entered by jerry hogan on 11/17/2014
Bannister Hogan
43rd North Carolina Infantry  
No Comments
 -- Entered by jerry hogan on 11/17/2014
Pvt Philip Reaser
26th Virginia Infantry - Co. D   
Philip 'Sip' Reaser, (1845-1864), his brothers, James William Reaser and Samuel Sommers Reaser enlisted together on 29 Mar., 1862 at Lewisburg, Greenbrier Co., Virginia. They were all assigned to Co. D of 26th Battalion. Virginia Infantry (Edgar's). They joined the Confederate States Army seeking revenge against the U.S. Army for the death of their older brother, Jacob Reaser. Jacob had enlis...
 
-- Entered by Jim Reaser on 11/17/2014
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