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1 Lt Albion Spruill Russell
37th Alabama Infantry  
Enl 8 May 1862 at Princeton, AR. Age 34. Captured 4 Jul 1863 at Helena, AR  & sent to MP Alton, IL 9 Jul 1863. then to Johnson's Island, OH 6 Aug 1863. Age 35. Born AL.
-- Entered by Carol Bridges on 2/19/2017
1 Lt Andrew J. Egenroad
179th Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. H  
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 -- Entered by George Cripe on 2/18/2017
Pvt Hugh Kennedy
115th New York Infantry - Co. F   
enlisted and mustered in Tarrytown NY, Aug 1863. Wounded at Olustee FL Feb 1864. Transferred to Navy April 1864
-- Entered by Donna LoCicero on 2/18/2017
Cpl Matthew L. Lockerby
37th Wisconsin Infantry - Co. B  
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 -- Entered by Ann on 2/18/2017
Pvt Andrew Taylor
20th Virginia Cavalry - Co. C  
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 -- Entered by Mike Taylor on 2/17/2017
Pvt Michael Scales
14th Virginia Cavalry - Co. D  
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 -- Entered by Mike Taylor on 2/17/2017
Pvt Henry Charles Winters
1st Minnesota Infantry - Co. K   
Mustered into 1st MN Volunteer Infantry Regiment in St. Paul in April, 1861. Wounded in West Woods during the Battle of Antietam, Killed during the Charge of the 1st MN on July 2nd during the Battle of Gettysburg. Interred in 1st MN plot in Soldiers' National Cemetery at Gettysburg, near the location of the delivery of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address
-- Entered by thomas stack on 2/16/2017
Pvt William Riley Rickman
25th North Carolina Infantry - Co. E  
1861-1863 Lost eyesight in Fredericksburg. Cross of Honor for same battle.
-- Entered by Curtis Rickman on 2/15/2017
Pvt George Washington Paxton
22nd Virginia Infantry - Co. G  
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 -- Entered by Gary Kimberlin on 2/15/2017
Pvt Joseph S. Gott
24th Missouri Infantry - Co. A   
24th Regiment, Missouri Infantry - Union - my second great grandfather. Mr. Gott served first in the Greene County Home Guard and then in the 24th Missouri Volunteer Infantry. - Col. Edward D. Baker Camp, Sons of Union Veterans. Civil War Veteran
-- Entered by Teresa Vines on 2/15/2017
Pvt Payton G. Brewer
42nd Alabama Infantry - Co. F  
Payton G. Brewer was my Great Great Grandfather He is buried in Edom, Texas.
-- Entered by Robert Charles Brewer on 2/14/2017
Pvt William M. Faulkner
31st Mississippi Infantry - Co. H  
William M. Faulkner is my great-great grandfather. He enlisted in Co. H on March 13, 1862, at Persimmon Springs, MS. He signed up for 3 years or until the end of the war. On November 23, 1862, he was at the hospital on the Ole Miss campus in Oxford, MS. He served under Col. J. A. Orr.
-- Entered by Sharon Fortner Wright on 2/14/2017
Sgt James Gordon Atkinson
54th Virginia Infantry - Co. C  
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 -- Entered by Vicky Worsham on 2/13/2017
Pvt Thomas Christenberry Brakefield
4th South Carolina Cavalry - Co. B  
Thomas was born in Chester County SC. He enlisted May 1861 In Captain Barber's Co. Mustered in at Grahamville, [Camp Hampton]. Oct 1863 finds him on picket duty and assigned to the ambulance Corps in May of 1864. He served honorably thru out the war and was paroled with his unit in April 1865 in Hillsborough, NC.
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 2/13/2017
Pvt Henry P. Godard
31st Georgia Infantry - Co. D   
Henry is a GGGG Uncle.He enlisted in The Monroe Crowders in 1861.In March of 1862 he is listed on a regimental return for the 27 Reg't Georgia Infantry,Daily or Extra duty:Carpenter work on magazine.Dec 3 1863 Register of Wayside or General Hospital No.9 ,Richmond VA, has him moved to Camp Winder Hospital with Pneumonia.Jan 21 1864 Morning Report ,Jackson Hospital,Richmond,lists Disease Chro.Rheu....
-- Entered by Rich Darke on 2/13/2017
Pvt Leonidas Lon Clem
123rd Indiana Infantry - Co. G   
Entered service February 18, 1864. Mustered out May 25, 1865 Hometown- Poston Indiana
-- Entered by paul manz on 2/13/2017
3rd Cpl Henry Alexander Brakefield
4th South Carolina Cavalry - Co. B   
Henry was 24 years old. He enlisted at Grahamville, [Camp Hampton] 0n 20 Jan 1862. In Sept 1863 he is detailed to seed wheat. In 1864 he is given leave for 40 days to find himself a horse. He was paroled 26th April 1865. He was in Logan's Brigade at the time of surrender. He is my 3rd cousin 4x removed and the son in law of Sarah Thomas 1814 - 1879.
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 2/12/2017
Pvt George Washington Brakefield
6th South Carolina Infantry - Co. E  
George was born in Armenia, Chester County SC. He was about 25 years old when he enlisted at Summerville, SC on 15 May 1861 in [1st] Company E 6th SC Infantry. he died in battle on 20 Dec 1861 at Dranesville, Fairfax, Virginia. He was our 3rd cousin 4x removed
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 2/12/2017
Pvt Silas Cannon Winsett
1st Tennessee Cavalry - Co. D  
enlisted Capt. Lytles Company Douglass Batt. Parisian Rangers which later became Holemans Co. D 11th Tn Reg which later merged into FIRTS TENNESSEE CAVALRY under James Carter. I believe he died dec 1862 Murfreesboro ( found record for this but has listed his brothers name) Cannot find any records of him after this so as of now he is still POW/MIA.
-- Entered by Tina (Winsett) Seitz on 2/11/2017
Pvt William Robert Winsett
1st Tennessee Cavalry - Co. B  
enlisted August 7, 1861 (Confederate) 1st Cavalry 2nd Battalion Capt. William Snow's Company subsequently became Company B, 1st (Carters) Regiment Tennessee Cavalry . Discharged from service on April 1, 1865 with the Rank of Private, Disability incurred: wounded in shoulder.
-- Entered by Tina (Winsett) Seitz on 2/11/2017
Pvt Richard Dacid Amaziah Brakefield
56th Alabama Cavalry - Co. H   
Richard was born 3 Sept 1834 in Armenia, Chester Co. SC. His family migrated to Alabama. He enlisted 6 Sept 1862 in Co H 56 Battn: Ala. Cavalry [ Boyle's ] at Jasper, Walker County Alabama. He also served in Co D 13th Battalion Alabama Partisan Rangers. Richard is my 3rd cousin 4 x removed and the son in law of Sarah Jane Thomas
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 2/11/2017
Pvt John Marion Brakefield
4th South Carolina Cavalry - Co. B  
John, was born in Armenia,Chester County SC. He was about 31 when he joined Capt O Barber's Co 2nd Battn: SC Vol. Cavalry AKA 10th Battalion. Enlisting at Camp Hampton on 20 Jan 1862 for 1 year and re-enliting for the war. He survived and raised a large family.
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 2/10/2017
Sgt Thomas B. Gaddy
62nd North Carolina Infantry - Co. I  
Thomas Gaddy. Captured along with his brother Jeremiah Gaddy at Cumberland Gap Sept 9, 1863. He served in Company I 62nd NC Infantry; he was born on January 7, 1833. Thomas Resided in Haywood County and was by occupation a 'renter' prior to enlisting in Haywood County at age 29, July 12, 1862, for the war. Mustered in as Private. Promoted to Sergeant prior to September 1, 1862. Reported present...
-- Entered by S.Palmer on 2/9/2017
Pvt Jesse Brown
60th North Carolina Infantry - Co. B  
I have a muster roll for him dying in a hospital in Murfreesboro 19th Dec 1862 and no info on it as to what he died of. Enlisted in April 1862.
-- Entered by S. Palmer on 2/9/2017
Capt Rueben Jackson Cooper
33rd Alabama Infantry - Co. G  
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 -- Entered by Barbara Kay Folsom on 2/9/2017