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Pvt John L. Warren
1st Mississippi Infantry - Co. E  
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 -- Entered by Jim Gayle on 1/16/2017
Pvt Patrick Joel Hammond
47th Alabama Infantry - Co. G  
Patrick Joel enlisted in Co G, 47th Alabama Regiment-Infantry, CSA, 'late in 1861'. Present at: Cedar Run 1862/08/09, Manassas 1862/08/30, Sharpsburg 1862/09/17, Fredericksburg 1862/12/13, Suffolk 1863/05/03 & 11, Gettysburg 1863/07/02-04, Chickamauga 1863/09/19-20, Lookout Valley 1863/10/28, Absent Wounded: Concord S.T. 1863/11/16 through Dandridge 1864/01/17;Present at: Wilderness 1864/05/06, S...
-- Entered by Robert Oberdorf on 1/15/2017
Sgt John Simon Welsch
72nd Ohio Infantry - Co. H   
John Simon Welsch Enlisted in the 72nd OVI at Fremont Ohio,11/7/1861 at the age of 21, As far as I have been able to tell he was with Co.H. of the 72nd from it's beginning. He was promoted to Corporal Co.H in May or June of 1863. Then in either late December 1863,or early January 1864,he was mustered out and re enlisted as a Veteran Vol.at Germantown Tennessee. He was promoted to Sgt. Co.H in Jan...
-- Entered by Jon Bauer on 1/15/2017
Pvt George Washington Whitehair
17th West Virginia Infantry  
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 -- Entered by Leantha Richter on 1/15/2017
Jacob Sanner
168th Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. B  
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 -- Entered by Leantha Richter on 1/15/2017
Jacob Richter
16th Pennsylvania Cavalry - Co. B  
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 -- Entered by Leantha Richter on 1/15/2017
Pvt John Michael Roch
14th New York Infantry - Co. I  
Maternal Great-great Grandfather. Born Vahl-Ebersing, Lorraine, France in 1841. Enlisted May 1861 in Lowville, NY for two years. With regiment at Hanover Court House, Beaver Dam Creek, Gaines' Mill, Malvern Hill, Antietam (held in reserve), Fredericksburg, and Chancellorsville. Regiment at Centerville, VA during Second Bull Run. Received gun shot wound to the left thigh at Marye's Heights dur...
-- Entered by Jonathan Brown on 1/15/2017
Pvt Fielder O. Early
3rd Tennessee Infantry - Co. D  
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 -- Entered by Kenneth Early on 1/15/2017
Peter Thruhouse
4th New York Heavy Artillery  
Peter enlisted February 15, 1864, at Sandy Creek, New York. He was mustered in a private in company L on the same day, to serve 3 years. He was discharged for disability on December 16, 1864, at Elmira, New York; listed as Peter Treehouse at that time. Not my ancestor; posting for a friends.
-- Entered by Curtis Condon on 1/15/2017
Pvt Thomas Jefferson Hopson
32nd Tennessee Infantry  
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 -- Entered by Ashley Hopson on 1/15/2017
Robert C.G. Frye
61st Tennessee Infantry - Co. A  
Robert C. G. Frye, based on sworn affidavits, joined the 61st Tennessee Mounted Infantry, Co. A, Vaughn's Brigade, in the Fall of 1864 (17 yrs old) until disbanded in Spring of 65'. Further, sworn affidavits aimed at attaining his widow, Susan (Wilcox) Frye, a pension, indicate he was a good soldier who took part as Pres Jefferson Davis's escort in the Confederate Governments flight from Richmond ...
-- Entered by David S. Wilson on 1/14/2017
Pvt John H. Pherson
79th Indiana Infantry - Co. G   
Enlisted on August 9th 1862, fought in many battles including the Atlanta campaign were he was wounded in the left shoulder and transported the Army of the Cumberland hospital in Nashville. He died of his wounds on June 3rd 1864, leaving behind his wife Mary Jane and 5 children, including my Great grandfather William L. Pherson.
-- Entered by Scott McPherson on 1/12/2017
Pvt George Washington Collins
6th West Virginia Infantry - Co. K  
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 -- Entered by Penny Collins on 1/9/2017
Pvt Henry Kramer
19th Virginia Cavalry - Co. I  
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 -- Entered by David Murray on 1/8/2017
4th Cpl Adam Kramer
25th Virginia Infantry - Co. F  
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 -- Entered by David Murray on 1/8/2017
Pvt Marcellus Franklin Wiley
19th Virginia Cavalry - Co. I  
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 -- Entered by David Murray on 1/8/2017
Pvt Phillip Kramer
18th Virginia Cavalry - Co. G  
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 -- Entered by David Murray on 1/8/2017
Pvt Nicholas Alexander Whitelaw
31st Virginia Infantry - Co. E  
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 -- Entered by David Murray on 1/8/2017
Pvt Thomas Webster Scruggs
19th Alabama Infantry - Co. K   
Thomas Webster Scruggs is my great grandfather. He joined Aug 12 1861 in Blountsville AL and served till surrender in 1865.
-- Entered by Mark Wilson on 1/8/2017
Pvt Boling G. Boon
28th Georgia Infantry - Co. G  
Enlisting on September 14, 1863, joining Company G, 28 Battalion, Georgia Siege Artillery, Maj A. Bonaud (Bonauds Battalion), under the command of Capt. John D. Godwin. Died in Camp Beauregard, Lake City FL Feb 1864 near the on-set of the Battle of Ocean Pond / Battle of Olustee. The enlistment description states: Height: 5' 9' tall Hair: Black Eyes: Dark Complexion: Fair Died of dis...
-- Entered by Ray Boone on 1/7/2017
Pvt William Miller Milner
18th Kentucky Infantry - Co. B  
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 -- Entered by Melony Stambaugh on 1/7/2017
Pvt Charles Wesley Delap
25th Wisconsin Infantry - Co. A  
Pvt. Charles Wesley Delap is my great great grandfather on my fathers side.He left for war with five children at home.He took sick in Helena Ark.Sent home and died.On his stone it says , My warfare has ended I have gone home.
-- Entered by David White on 1/7/2017
2 Lt Norvel R. Sumrall
37th Mississippi Infantry - Co. D   
Norvel was 22 years old when he joined as 4th Sgt. Capt Whitman C Turner's Co. [ Enterprise Tigers ] at Enterprise Mississippi on 7 March 1862. Wounded and captured at Vicksburg. Exchanged 20 Dec. 1863 and rejoined his unit. He died in Temple, Bell County Texas in 1909.
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 1/6/2017
Pvt Andrew Barker
49th Tennessee Infantry - Co. H   
Survived the war. Married to Elvira Sanders. Dotsonville area of Montgomery. Across the river from Palmyra where Company H was mustered.
-- Entered by Tina Sholar on 1/6/2017
Pvt John S. Shaw
34th Illinois Infantry - Co. H  
Was living in Ogle County, IL. Joined at Mt. Morris, IL, and mustered in at Camp Butler Sep 7, 1861. Reenlisted as a veteran Dec 23, 1863, in Chattanooga, TN. Mustered out in Louisville, KY, Jul 12, 1865. Buried in Union Cemetery, Humboldt, IA.
-- Entered by Tom Shaw on 1/5/2017