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Pvt Daniel Lee Duncan
9th New Jersey Infantry - Co. H   
Became an assistant surgeon. He was a physician before and after the war. Daniel was born in New York.
 
-- Entered by Cheri Amarna on 11/19/2017
Pvt James C. Carter
49th North Carolina Infantry - Co. B  
Pvt. (2nd) Co B., 49th Regiment North Carolina Infantry Enlisted May 14, 1861 at Shelby, N.C. by Capt. Corbett Paid Dec 31, 1863 by Capt. Durham. Killed in Action at Drewrys Bluff, VA May 16, 1864 Residence was not listed; Enlisted as a Private (date unknown).On 1/9/1863 he transferred into 'B' Co. NC 49th Infantry He was Killed on 5/16/1864 at Drewry's Bluff, VAHe was listed as:* POW 4/20/...
 
-- Entered by Seth Smith on 11/18/2017
Pvt Nicholas McGuire
2nd North Carolina Cavalry - Co. A  
On June 18, 1861, enlisted as a private in the 2nd Regiment North Carolina Cavalry (CSA) 19th State Troops, Company A 'Cherokee Rangers.' Promoted to Farrier on June 30, 1862. Killed In Action (KIA), June 21, 1863 Upperville, Virginia. Nicholas McGuire Residence was not listed; 30 years old.Enlisted on 6/18/1861 at Cherokee County, NC as a Private.On 6/20/1861 he mustered into 'A' Co. ...
 
-- Entered by Seth Smith on 11/18/2017
Pvt Shadrach Jasper Guthrie
39th North Carolina Infantry - Co. H  
He enlisted in the North Carolna, 39th Infantry Company H on 12, July 1862, in Cherokee County, North Carolina. He was mustered out on 19, September 1863. Mortally wounded at the battle of Chickamauga and is buried in Chattanooga, Tenn - Soldiers Cemetery. Residence Cherokee County NC; 27 years old.Enlisted on 7/12/1862 at Cherokee County, NC as a Private.On 7/12/1862 he mustered into 'H' Co. N...
 
-- Entered by Seth Smith on 11/18/2017
Pvt James Peeler
1st North Carolina Artillery - Co. C  
Residence was not listed; Enlisted on 2/27/1864 at Cleveland County, NC as a Private.On 2/27/1864 he mustered into 'C' Co. NC 1st Light Artillery (date and method of discharge not given)He was listed as:* Paroled 4/9/1865 Appomattox Court House, VASources used by Historical Data Systems, Inc.: - North Carolina Troops 1861-65, A Roster(c) Historical Data Systems, Inc. @ www.civilwardata.com
 
-- Entered by Seth Smith on 11/18/2017
Pvt A. Crowell Digh
55th North Carolina Infantry - Co. C  
Residence Cleveland County NC; a 20 year-old Farmer.Enlisted on 3/29/1862 at Cleveland County, NC as a Private.On 5/31/1862 he mustered into 'C' Co. NC 55th Infantry He died of disease as POW on 10/23/1863 at Point Lookout, MD. He was listed as:* POW 7/1/1863 Gettysburg, PA* Confined 7/6/1863 Fort Delaware, DE* Transferred 10/15/1863 Point Lookout, MD (Estimated day) Other Information:born in...
 
-- Entered by Seth Smith on 11/18/2017
Pvt Jesse J. Carter
34th North Carolina Infantry - Co. F   
Pvt. Co. F., 34th Regiment North Carolina Infantry Enlisted Sept 17, 1861 at Cleveland Co., N.C. by A.G. Waters for 1 years service Last paid April 30, 1863 by J.W. Clark. Killed in action July 1, 1863 at The Battle of Gettysburg. From the book 'Confederate Casualties at Gettysburg: A Comprehensive Record' by John W. Busey, Travis W. Busey pg.1103 - Carter, Jesse J.: 1 July and his effects we...
 
-- Entered by Seth Smith on 11/18/2017
Pvt David Peter Peeler
56th North Carolina Infantry - Co. F  
Residence Cleveland County NC; a 22 year-old Farmer.Enlisted on 5/10/1862 at Cleveland County, NC as a Private.On 6/6/1862 he mustered into 'F' Co. NC 56th Infantry (date and method of discharge not given)He was listed as:* POW 3/25/1865 Fort Stedman, VA* Confined 3/28/1865 Point Lookout, MD* Oath of Allegiance 6/16/1865 Point Lookout, MDOther Information:born in Rutherford County, NCSources used ...
 
-- Entered by Seth Smith on 11/18/2017
Pvt William Jackson Carter
56th North Carolina Infantry - Co. F  
Left home on February 8, 1864, joined on February 11, 1864 as Pvt., Co. F., 56th Regiment. of North Carolina troops, Confederate States of America (CSA). From February 14 to March 26 his unit helped move prisoners from Richmond to Andersonville. The remainder of war he was located in eastern NC and VA. On or about June 17, 1864 he was wounded in the leg near Petersburg, VA and returned to service ...
 
-- Entered by Seth Smith on 11/18/2017
Pvt Ephraim B Knotts
2nd South Carolina Artillery - Co. D   
Ephraim was 27 years old when he enlisted at Darlington, Darlington County SC on 20 March 1862. [Fort Johnson] He has 18 documents in his archival file. Was on picket duty near Charleston in Feb 1864 and assigned as a teamster in Sept of 1864. He survived the federal governments assault on his homeland. He is the husband of my 3rd cousin 4 x removed. Harriett Register 1833 - 1898 of Lydia, Darling...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 11/17/2017
Pvt Adam E. Albright
1st Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. E  
Pvt Adam Albright is my great great grandfather. I know that he was shot and killed at Petersburg. I am looking for any pictures or stories of interest that might include him or his unit.
 
-- Entered by Kenneth W. Hall Jr on 11/16/2017
Pvt Elias S. Swope
188th Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. H  
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 -- Entered by Kenneth W. Hall Jr on 11/16/2017
Pvt Levi Sexton
53rd Kentucky Mounted Infantry - Co. K  
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 -- Entered by debbie plaag on 11/16/2017
Pvt John Joseph Lessley
10th Alabama Infantry - Co. K   
He was b. 1839 in Georgia, to Thomas Lessley and Susan Wilson. We believe he died at the Battle of Spotsylvania. There are clear Civil War records for him, but they don't mention his death. But a letter from a relative talks about his service and death at that battle.
 
-- Entered by Tim Leslie on 11/16/2017
Pvt John Veddor Rector
19th Battery Light Artillery  
John Rector was wounded 12 May 1864 in the Battle of Spotsylvania Court House (Spotsylvania, VA). His battery and the others of the IX Corps were overrun by Lane's North Carolina Brigade. Its 4 cannon were silenced and the cannoneers shot. The 19th NY Light Battery suffered 16 casualties that day, its largest loss of the war - 7 killed, 10 wounded (3 later died). John was taken to Fredericksburg ...
 
-- Entered by Zoe Eppley on 11/15/2017
Pvt Langley Bryant
5th Florida Infantry - Co. B  
Langley was 28 years old when he enlisted 6 May 1862 at Lake City, Columbia County Florida. He died in the Exchange Hotel CSA Hospital at Gordonville, Virginia. He is the Father in Law of my 4th cousin 3 x removed Benjamin R Clements of Lake City, Columbia County Florida.
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 11/15/2017
Cpl William J. Wynand
7th Wisconsin Infantry - Co. C  
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 -- Entered by Danelle on 11/14/2017
1st Sgt William Henry Park
143rd Ohio Infantry - Co. H  
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 -- Entered by William E. Haas on 11/14/2017
Pvt Joseph Glen Clements
8th Florida Infantry - Co. A  
Joseph was about 20 years old when he enlisted 3 May 1864 in Madison Co Florida. He was born in Darlington Co South Carolina and migrated to Georgia and into Florida settling in Columbia Co. Fla.He has 7 documents in his archival file. Other than being sick and in the Hospital in Richmond & Transferred to Raleigh NC. His unit surrendered at Appomattox. He is my 4th cousin 3 x removed. On my Thomas...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 11/14/2017
Pvt John Wesley Davidson
1st Texas Infantry - Co. E   
Buried Frontier Red Hill Cemetery, Van Zandt County, Texas Military Headstone says: Co E 1 Regt Texas Cav Confederate States Army NARA M323. Compiled service records of Confederate soldiers from Texas units: Co. E, 1 Reg't. Texas State Troops Drafted for the term of 3 months who will report for duty January 29, 1863, conformable to G. C. 46. Hdqrs. 1st Brig. Texas State Troops
 
-- Entered by Brenda Boen on 11/11/2017
Musician Gabriel Simpkins
50th Virginia Infantry - Co. I   
Enlisted in Company I, Virginia 50th Infantry Regiment as a drummer. Joined with his future brother-in-law Amos Gallimore. Captured at Fort Donelson on February 16th, 1862. Transferred to Camp Morton federal prison. Verified by POW muster roll dated June 1862.Released from Camp Morton federal prison as part of prisoner exchange. Officially released back to service in Confederate Army at Aiken's La...
 
-- Entered by Robert Robinett on 11/9/2017
Pvt Amos Gallimore
50th Virginia Infantry - Co. I   
Enlisted in Company I, 50th Infantry Regiment Virginia on 25 Jun 1861. Joined with future brother-in-law Gabriel Simpkins who was captured at Ft. Donelson. Changed allegiance and mustered in the Raleigh County Independent Scouts (West Virginia militia unit)commanded by Captain William Turner in Mar 1864. Moved to Clinton County, Ohio one year later.
 
-- Entered by Robert Robinett on 11/9/2017
Musician Daniel Patrick Lang
4th Texas Infantry - Co. E  
Daniel has two CMR's and his Parole document in his archival file. He enlisted in Grimes co Texas in Texas State Troops for 6 months. He was 40 years old. He was paroled on 11 July 1865. He was a Private and his records state that he was a Musician. He was the husband of my 2nd Cousin 5 x removed [ Sylvania Thomas]
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 11/9/2017
Pvt Willis Samuel Fulton
20th Texas Infantry - Co. F  
Willis was about 22 years old when he enlisted. The only documentation for his service is his CSA Pension. His witnesses stated that that served with him in early 1861. He served the entire war and died in Madison Co Texas 7 July 1913. His 2nd wife drew his pension. He was the husband of my 3rd cousin 4x removed. Pheobe Marion Thomas 1843 -1883.
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 11/7/2017
Pvt Wilfred . Green
25th New Jersey Infantry - Co. I  
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 -- Entered by Linda K. Hinojosa on 11/7/2017