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2nd Sgt Albert D. Kitchen
16th Virginia Infantry - Co. F   
Please contact me if you have any reference material that mentions or includes Albert D. Kitchen.
 
-- Entered by Ed Holstrom on 7/23/2017
Pvt George Edwin Thorndike
26th Maine Infantry - Co. F  
Note: He served in CO F, 26th Maine Infantry. He died while in Libby Prison. Battle Unit Name: 26th Regiment, Maine Infantry (9 months, 1862-63) Side: Union Company: F Soldier's Rank In: Private Soldier's Rank Out: Private
 
-- Entered by George W. Jones, III on 7/22/2017
Pvt Hosea B. Thorndike
20th Maine Infantry - Co. I  
He was at 'Little Round Top'. He survived the war. He was a brother of Warren and George. (See other posts)
 
-- Entered by George W. Jones, III on 7/22/2017
Cpl Warren B. Thorndike
19th Massachusetts Infantry - Co. I   
Warren was captured during the Battle of St Petersburg, Va. on the Jerusalem Plank Road. I have visited his grave at Andersonville. U.S., Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles, 1861-1865 Name: Warren B Thorndike Residence: Maine Age at enlistment: 21 Enlistment Date: 25 Aug 1862 Rank at enlistment: Private State Served: Maine Was POW?: Yes Survived the War?: No Service Record: Enlisted...
 
-- Entered by George W. Jones, III on 7/22/2017
Pvt Henry W. Jones
33rd Alabama Infantry - Co. G  
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 -- Entered by George W. Jones, III on 7/22/2017
Pvt James W. Jones
33rd Alabama Infantry - Co. H  
James was, also, listed, at some point, with Co. C
 
-- Entered by George W. Jones, III on 7/22/2017
Pvt R. C. W. Rasco(e)
17th Alabama Infantry - Co. H  
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 -- Entered by George W. Jones, III on 7/22/2017
Pvt Lycurgus Rascoe
6th Texas Cavalry - Co. B   
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 -- Entered by George W. Jones, III on 7/22/2017
Pvt Joshua Rascoe
12th Texas Cavalry - Co. K   
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 -- Entered by George W. Jones, III on 7/22/2017
Pvt Gabriel Rascoe
2nd Texas Cavalry - Co. A   
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 -- Entered by George W. Jones, III on 7/22/2017
Pvt Laban Taylor Rascoe
20th Texas Cavalry - Co. G   
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-- Entered by George W. Jones on 7/22/2017
Pvt Leonidas Rascoe
20th Texas Cavalry - Co. H  
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 -- Entered by George W. Jones on 7/22/2017
Pvt Josiah Rascoe
20th Texas Cavalry - Co. H  
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 -- Entered by George W. Jones on 7/22/2017
Pvt Salon Rascoe
20th Texas Cavalry - Co. H   
Molloys' Men Company H, 20th Texas Cavalry (Dismounted) Navarro County, Texas Rascoe, Salon Private, age 18. Enlisted March 10, 1862 at Limestone County. Discharged on a certificate of disability May 22, 1864. He was born in KY, was 5' 8' tall, dark complexion, hazel eyes and dark hair. He was a farmer. His disability was due to a wound received in the battle near Honey S...
 
-- Entered by George W. Jones, III on 7/22/2017
Sgt John Rasco(e)
20th Texas Cavalry - Co. H  
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 -- Entered by George W. Jones on 7/22/2017
Pvt John B. Tipton
19th Alabama Infantry - Co. B  
John died, of disease, at Camp Memmemger near Mobile 15 Dec 1861.
 
-- Entered by George W. Jones on 7/22/2017
Cpl Henry Haylock
117th New York Infantry - Co. H  
Just found Henry was my gg grandfather, he died about 1910 and is buried at Park Hill cemetery in Schenectady NY. Henry was a canadian, he in listed at Halfmoon NY. In August 13th 1862, was with regt at Harpers ferry, believed discharged June 63 of disability?
 
-- Entered by Roger Girouard on 7/22/2017
Pvt John D. Gordon
6th Virginia Infantry - Co. G   
GX2 Grandson
 
-- Entered by L C Gordon on 7/21/2017
Capt William MB Swindell
33rd North Carolina Infantry - Co. H  
He was killed in action at the Battle of Cedar run, Culpepper,VA. 8-9-1862
 
-- Entered by Bethany Ritchie on 7/19/2017
Pvt Carlton Ardin Geer
9th Minnesota Infantry - Co. C  
Looking for any information about my GG Grandfather, Carlton Ardin (Arden) Geer. He was captured at the Battle of Brices Crossroads, he was a prisoner of Andersonville. Two weeks after he was paroled he died of Typhoid. I haven't been able to find his parents or any siblings.
 
-- Entered by Sharon Walker on 7/18/2017
Pvt Simpson Snow Norman
39th North Carolina Infantry - Co. D  
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 -- Entered by Ron Norman on 7/16/2017
2 Lt James Fernando Norman
39th North Carolina Infantry - Co. D   
He died 21 June 1864 in a Confederate Hospital in Atlanta, GA. after being wounded during the 1864 Atlanta Campaign.
 
-- Entered by Ron Norman on 7/16/2017
Pvt John Hiram Moody
20th Alabama Infantry - Co. K  
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 -- Entered by Janet Graham Theberge on 7/16/2017
Pvt Jerome Mattern
38th Ohio Infantry - Co. K  
Son of Jacob Mattern and brother of Benjamin Franklin Mattern, all in same Company K.
 
-- Entered by Linda Miller on 7/13/2017
Pvt Benjamin Franklin Mattern
38th Ohio Infantry - Co. K  
Entered service as Private, mustered out in 1865 as Corporal.
 
-- Entered by Linda Miller on 7/13/2017