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Pvt Silas M. Funk
33rd Virginia Infantry - Co. B  
My G-G-Grandfather. Enlisted March 19, 1862. Wounded at Chancellorsville on May 3, 1863. Taken POW. Paroled April 18, 1865.
-- Entered by Mike Mantz on 3/29/2017
Pvt Casper Hamerly
49th Missouri Infantry - Co. D  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Shannon on 3/28/2017
Pvt William Walker Ranson
25th Battalion Virginia Infantry  
William Walker Ranson, my Great, Great Uncle, was born Aug. 5, 1842 in Cumberland County, Virginia and joined the Richmond City Battalion, 25th Battalion, Confederate States Army. He died Oct. 29, 1924 in Cumberland, Virginia.
-- Entered by Jerry Dunford on 3/22/2017
Lt William Thorne
24th Massachusetts Infantry  
“Casualties in the Mass. 24th Regiment. Assistant Surgeon E.R. Wheeler of the Mass. 24th Regiment, has forwarded to Surgeon-General Dale the following list of casualties … Second Lieut. William Thorne was wounded in the shoulder on the 17th. Surgeon Wheeler states that all those seriously wounded were at once sent off by boat to the General Hospital. …” Date: Saturday, August 27, 1864 P...
-- Entered by Skip Riddle on 3/22/2017
Pvt William Armstrong
29th Alabama Infantry - Co. F  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Randi Armstrong on 3/21/2017
Sgt William H Bass
43rd North Carolina Infantry - Co. A  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Eileene Ault on 3/20/2017
George Pinkney Clay
23rd North Carolina Infantry - Co. F  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Jimmy Clay on 3/20/2017
Pvt William Gordon
5th Mississippi Infantry - Co. D  
From Ireland then s.c.
-- Entered by Garvis wells on 3/19/2017
Pvt Andrew Miller Wells
15th Mississippi Infantry - Co. I   
Pow camp chase
-- Entered by Garvis wells on 3/19/2017
Pvt Allison A. Lundy
21st South Carolina Infantry - Co. G  
Allison was 22 years old when he enlisted on 10 Feb 1862 at Datlington, Darlington County SC in Capt. E. C. Stockton's SC Vol's. his unit became Co G 21st SC Inf. He was discharged by Brig. Gen. Gist on 21 Nov 1862 because of disability at Greensboro NC. He is the Father in law of my 3rd cousin 3 x removed. Frances A Griggs.
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 3/18/2017
Pvt Hiram Goad
54th Virginia Infantry - Co. G  
My 3rd great grandfather who died at Resaca.
-- Entered by Connie Richard on 3/18/2017
Asa Sutphin
54th Virginia Infantry - Co. G   
My 3rd great grandfather.
-- Entered by Connie Richard on 3/18/2017
Pvt Giles Chapman McKinney
41st Georgia Infantry - Co. C   
Born 19 Jan 1837, Pendelton District, SC. Moved to Hall Co, Ga @ 1850. Enlisted early 1862. Present at the death of his brother, Baylis at the Battle of Pèrryville. Left sick after surrender of Vicksburg 04 July 1863. Died in a Union Hospital before 04 April 1864. Gravesite unknown.
-- Entered by Jay Cassady on 3/17/2017
Pvt Baylis E. McKinney
41st Georgia Infantry - Co. C   
Born Pendleton District,SC 18 Aug 1842. Moved to Hall Co, Ga @ 1850. Enlisted early 1862. Died Battle of Perryville, Ky 08 Oct 1862. Gunshot wound to the head. Gravesite unknown. Brother of Giles C, Lewis B., and Joshua A McKinney, 27th Ga.
-- Entered by Jay Cassady on 3/17/2017
Pvt Lewis B. McKinney
41st Georgia Infantry - Co. C   
Born 19 Mar 1833, Pendelton District, SC. Enlisted early 1862. Present at the death of his brother Baylis at the Battle of Perryville. Captured Battle of Kennesaw Mountain 16 June 1864. Released Camp Douglas, Il, 16 May 1865. Died 1880, Ga. 4th Great Uncle. Brother of Pvt Joshua Anderson McKinney,Co D, 27th Ga Inf Regt.
-- Entered by Jay Cassady on 3/17/2017
Pvt Joshua Anderson McKinney
27th Georgia Infantry - Co. D   
1907 Lamar Co Al Confederate Census-Present Post Office address: Bedford, Ala; Was born on March 4, 1835 in the county of Pickens in the state of S.C.; first entered the service as Private on Jun 27, 1861 at Hall Co, Ga. in Co D 27th Ga. Inf. and continued until paroled at Greensboro, N.C. in May 1865.
-- Entered by Jay Cassady on 3/17/2017
Pvt Harvey Silas Day
31st Alabama Infantry - Co. F   
Enlisted Oct 1861. Captured Champion Hill, Ms May 16, 1863. Exchanged 04 July 1863. Reenlisted in Dalton, Ga 1864 Wagonmaster. Surrendered 1865 NC.
-- Entered by Jay Cassady on 3/17/2017
Capt Alexander Allen Cassady
39th Alabama Infantry - Co. G  
Commissioned May 1862. Company Commander after Capt T Q Stanford's death at Murfreesboro. Regimental Commander 1864 near Atlanta per O.R. Surrendered NC 1865. Died Thomasville Ga 1908.
-- Entered by Jay Cassady on 3/17/2017
Sgt Colby Pullen Stapp
38th Alabama Infantry - Co. K  
Enlisted 1862. Wounded near Atlanta 1864.
-- Entered by Jay Cassady on 3/17/2017
Lt Silas Mercer Dobbs
31st Mississippi Infantry - Co. E  
Lt Dobbs was born 29 July 1830 Pickens Co, Al Wounded Peachtree Creek Ga 1864. Wounded by friendly fire near Franklin Tn 20 Nov 1864. Died from wounds 20 Dec 1864. Gravesite unknown.
-- Entered by Jay Cassady on 3/17/2017
Cpl William B. Bailey
5th South Carolina Infantry - Co. H  
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 -- Entered by Adam Dawkins on 3/16/2017
Pvt James Rufus Swink
57th North Carolina Infantry  
This is my 4 time great grandfather on my father's side of the family. He was said to have been captured in Virginia.
-- Entered by Leannda Lowrance on 3/15/2017
Pvt S S. Jackson
63rd North Carolina Infantry - Co. B  
There are several ancestors in our family cemetery. I'm having trouble finding them on rosters. Some I have little info on but have there company and regiment. Can anyone help me with this?
-- Entered by Marcus Karachun on 3/15/2017
Pvt John Grimes
55th Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. B   
John Grimes, 55th pa infantry, company b, Peter grimes, 5th pa
-- Entered by Joanne Havlicek on 3/15/2017
1 Lt Warren Arthur Boyd
2nd South Carolina Rifles - Co. K  
My GrGr Grandfather, Warren A. Boyd b 2 June 1828 Pickens C.H. To Robert and Rachel Boyd. Enlisted 1861 in Orrs rifles as Cpl in , 1862 this regiment was combined with the 5th infantry and became the 2nd SC regiment of rifles. Early in 1862 Warren was promoted to 2nd Lt. later that same year he was promoted to 1st Lt. He served with both Co. B and Co. K throughout the war and is listed in the ...
-- Entered by David Hall-Boyd on 3/13/2017