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Cpl William Franklin Thomas
17th South Carolina Infantry - Co. K  
William enlisted 9 Dec. 1861 at Camp Hampton. He was 32 years old. His younger 20 year old brother John A. enlisted with him in Capt. L.P. Sadler's Co. 17th SC Vol's. This became Co K. He served through out the war and was taken POW near Petersburg on 25 March 1865. Released on 20 June 1865 after swallowing the yellow dog. He is from the York District of SC and described as 5 ft. 11 inches tall wi...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 9/15/2014
Pvt David Elam Thomas
17th South Carolina Infantry - Co. K   
David enlisted 25 March 1862 at Charleston. In 1862 He is wounded in the fighting at Boonsboro and Sharpsburg . On 31 Oct. 1863 he is sent on furlough for 15 days. He is wounded again at Petersburg at the Battle of the Crater and admitted to the CSA Hospital on 31 August 1864. On 16 Sept 1864 He is sent home to recover from serious wounds to his foot and thigh.
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 9/15/2014
Pvt John Alexander Thomas
17th South Carolina Infantry - Co. K  
John was 20 years old from York Co SC. He enlisted with his older brother William Franklin on 9 Dec. 1861 at Camp Hampton. He is wounded in battle twice. Once at Boonesboro and again at Sharpsburg. He is in the hospital in August of 1864 for illness, he is in Wallace's Brigade at this time. He is taken POW at Five Forks and sent to City Point Va. He is released 20 June 1865 after swallowing the Ye...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 9/15/2014
Pvt Isham Scott Phillips
31st Louisiana Infantry - Co. G  
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 -- Entered by Randy Phillips on 9/15/2014
Pvt Silas Messer Garrison
9th Alabama Infantry - Co. C  
This was my great-grandfather
 
-- Entered by Kermitt Garrison on 9/15/2014
Cpl Thomas Hayton
39th Kentucky Infantry - Co. D  
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 -- Entered by Donald C. Smith Jr. on 9/14/2014
Pvt Mosses Hayton
39th Kentucky Infantry - Co. D  
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 -- Entered by Donald C. Smith Jr. on 9/14/2014
Pvt Joseph Hayton
39th Kentucky Infantry - Co. D  
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 -- Entered by Donald C. Smith Jr. on 9/14/2014
Pvt Wade Barlow
13th Texas Infantry - Co. E  
Private, Enlisted May 12, 1863 in Navarro County. Died in Columbia, Texas on June 2, 1864 of disease. I'm trying to find out where he is buried.
 
-- Entered by Jim Barlow on 9/14/2014
Pvt James Osborne Thomas
48th North Carolina Infantry - Co. A  
James enlisted 28 April 1862 in Union County NC. In Capt Turner's Co A 48th NC Infantry. He was a 26 year old farmer. He died on the battlefield at Fredricksburg Va. on 13 Dec. 1862. His wife Juliana filed for settlement on 22 April 1863. The settlement was for $40.77 cents.
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 9/13/2014
Pvt Nathanial L. Helms
37th North Carolina Infantry - Co. D  
Nathanial was 30 years old when he enlisted at Statesville NC on 8 August 1862. Enrolled by Capt. McRae for 3 years. He died in the hospital at Richmond several months later of Typhoid Fever on 29 Dec. 1862
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 9/13/2014
1st Sgt Gadi G. Gibson
21st Mississippi Infantry - Co. I  
after the service he lived his life in Copiah Springs, Mississippi until his death at the age of 83. He didn't die from old age, but rather from burns he sustained in a fire.
 
-- Entered by Langston E Gibson, III on 9/13/2014
Pvt J C. Rushing
2nd Mississippi Infantry "Quinn's" (State Troops)  
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 -- Entered by Brian Tracy on 9/13/2014
Cpl David B. Coleman
29th Massachusetts Infantry - Co. D  
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 -- Entered by David Coleman on 9/13/2014
William Andrew Ramey
74th North Carolina Militia  
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 -- Entered by colby auckland on 9/12/2014
Pvt Henry Tisdale
Waul's Texas Legion - Co. F  
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 -- Entered by James Dickey on 9/12/2014
Pvt William Walker Fitts
16th Georgia Infantry - Co. D  
Enlisted as a private May 14, 1862. Never sick; never furloughed. Killed at the 'Bloody Angle' Battle of Spotsylvania Court House May 12, 1864. For those descendants who are interested in more information about the 16th GA, feel free to contact me. Their regimental history is impressive! They were involved in most of the major battles of the eastern theater and one of the few regiments that als...
 
-- Entered by Jody Fitts on 9/10/2014
Pvt James Emerson Jones
53rd Virginia Infantry - Co. A  
My g-g-grandfather was James Emerson Jones from Chatham, Virginia. He supposedly died after Gettysburg.
 
-- Entered by David Lasher on 9/10/2014
Pvt George Washington Hensley
29th North Carolina Infantry - Co. G  
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 -- Entered by derek bryant on 9/9/2014
Pvt Thomas N/a Bryant
34th North Carolina Infantry - Co. E  
Several Ancestors Served In The Western Carolina Units SUch As The 29Th And 58Th...Will Update asap
 
-- Entered by derek bryant on 9/9/2014
Pvt Robert Yancey Cade
4th South Carolina Cavalry - Co. I  
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 -- Entered by Shelly Parker on 9/9/2014
Pvt Harvey S. Martin
12th Virginia Infantry - Co. D  
Drafted to Company D, Virginia 12th Infantry Regiment on 25 Feb 1862. Mustered out on 03 Jul 1863 at Gettysburg, PA.
 
-- Entered by Steve Martin on 9/9/2014
Pvt Myron Eaton Stowell
21st Massachusetts Infantry  
From a eulogy given in First Church of South Deerfield, July 17, 1864: In the Summer of 1861 Myron Stowell was preparing to enter college in the coming Autumn when the call for 200,000 additional troops went out. He answered the call by going to Greenfield, there to volunteer in the 21st Regiment, Massachusetts, then encamped at Worcester. After serving more than two years he re-enlisted in Dec...
 
-- Entered by Jane on 9/8/2014
Pvt Orange Bardwell
37th Massachusetts Infantry - Co. F   
Enlisted as a Private on 1 August 1862 at the age of 19 at Camp Briggs, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, in Company F, 37th Infantry Regiment, Massachusetts, on 30 August 1862. Killed Company F, 37th Infantry Regiment Massachusetts on 6 May 1864 at the Battle of the Wilderness, Virginia.
 
-- Entered by Jane on 9/8/2014
Pvt Dwight William Bardwell
2nd Massachusetts Heavy Artillery - Co. F  
Enlisted as a Private on 19 September 1863 at the age of 21 in Company F, 2nd Heavy Artillery Regiment Massachusetts on 8 October 1863. Died of disease Company F, 2nd Heavy Artillery Regiment Massachusetts on 7 December 1864 in New Berne, North Carolina.
 
-- Entered by Jane on 9/8/2014
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