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Cpl Hamilton Jenkins
81st Illinois Infantry - Co. B  
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 -- Entered by R. Jenkins on 8/27/2015
Pvt Christopher Columbus Martin
55th Georgia Infantry  
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 -- Entered by Ben on 8/27/2015
Pvt Augustus Forrest
3rd Massachusetts Infantry - Co. D  
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 -- Entered by anne stephens on 8/27/2015
Pvt John G. Pender
30th North Carolina Infantry - Co. I  
John was abt. 18 years old when was conscripted at Raleigh, NC on 8 July 1863 into Co I by Col. Mallett for the war. He was shot in the upper left thigh at the battle of Kelly's Ford in Virginia and captured on 8 Nov. 1863. He was admitted to the USA Hosp and treated for the wound and associated Eruptive Fever. He was Held at the Old Capitol Prison in Washington DC and sent on 3 Feb. 1864 to Poin...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 8/26/2015
Pvt Lary Green Walden
56th Georgia Infantry - Co. B  
Entered service in 1861 part of Co. H, 29th Ga. Inf. Mustered out 1862 (end of contract), enlisted 1862 Co B, 56th in Carroll County, Ga. Served until end of war. Discharged at Altamaha River Station #7 1865. Died Florida 1928.
 
-- Entered by John Wehner on 8/26/2015
J Ray Marshall
54th Virginia Infantry - Co. G  
this solider is non family but serves with my great great grand father on 54th inf his final resting place is in Knoxville Tn at Bethel Cemetery
 
-- Entered by donald ray lefler on 8/26/2015
Francis Ray Horton
54th Virginia Infantry - Co. D  
non family but serves in same inf as my great great grand father this solider is laid to rest on Knoxville Tn at Bethel Cemetery
 
-- Entered by donald ray lefler on 8/26/2015
J H. Early
54th Virginia Infantry - Co. G  
non family but severd in same infantry as my great great grand father he is laid to rest in Knoxville Tn Bethel Cemetery
 
-- Entered by donald ray lefler on 8/26/2015
Pvt William H. Riehl
198th Pennsylvania Infantry  
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 -- Entered by don on 8/24/2015
Pvt David L. Hobbs
25th Virginia Cavalry - Co. I  
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 -- Entered by james snodgrass on 8/24/2015
Pvt William H. Riehl
153rd Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. F  
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 -- Entered by don on 8/24/2015
Pvt George Nagel
75th Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. H  
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 -- Entered by don on 8/24/2015
Pvt James P. Davis
32nd Tennessee Infantry - Co. A   
Enlisted in the CSA in Oct 1861, but was discharged a year later with a lung disease. He died in 1863. James was the brother of Newton and Francis Davis also with Co A, 32nd TN Inf.
 
-- Entered by Jerry Davis on 8/24/2015
Sgt Newton Davis
32nd Tennessee Infantry - Co. A   
Enlisted in the CSA in 1861 and died during the 1863 Battle of Chickamauga. Newton was the brother of James and Francis Davis also with Co A., 32nd TN Inf.
 
-- Entered by Jerry Davis on 8/24/2015
Sgt Francis Marion Davis
32nd Tennessee Infantry - Co. A   
Enlisted in the CSA in Oct 1861. Listed as a POW on 19 Sep 1863 at the Battle of Chickamauga, GA. Wounded in leg same day and leg was amputated, but he survived the war. Francis was the brother of James and Newton Davis also with Co A., 32nd TN Inf.
 
-- Entered by Jerry Davis on 8/24/2015
Pvt Wesley Welch
11th Tennessee Infantry  
Wesley Welch was the younger brother of John Shadrach Welch of Co K 11th Tennessee Regiment . He Entered service in 1862 at the age of 15 as a member of Baxter's Battery.
 
-- Entered by Richard C. Welch on 8/24/2015
Pvt John Shadrach Welch
11th Tennessee Infantry - Co. K  
John S. Welch served in Co K 11th Tennessee Infantry Regiment CSA from the time it was formed in Dickson County , Tennessee until it surrendered on April 26th , 1865 .
 
-- Entered by Richard C Welch on 8/24/2015
1 Lt James Chambers Hall
38th Georgia Infantry - Co. H  
James Chambers Hall, born Jan. 15th, 1832 in Elbert Co., Georgia. He married Mary Adaline Loftis (1832-1885) on Jun 27th, 1850 in Elbert Co. He was commissioned as a 2d Lieutenant 10/15/1861 in Wright's Legion. He was elected 1st Lieutenant on June 1st, 1862, just before the battle of Gaines Mill, Virginia. He contacted typhoid fever was was send to Warick Hospital in Lynchburg, Virginia, where he...
 
-- Entered by Josef S. C. Hall on 8/24/2015
Pvt Adam Hampton Searcy
62nd North Carolina Infantry - Co. F  
Adam was a great great great uncle of mine. He was captured at the Cumberland in September 1863. Was taken to Camp Douglas in Chicago. Died there in January of 1864 and is buried with many other in the Confederate Mound.
 
-- Entered by Sam Searcy on 8/24/2015
Marion Searcy
62nd North Carolina Infantry  
Marion was my great great grandfather and the Nephew of Adam Hampton Searcy.
 
-- Entered by Sam Searcy on 8/24/2015
Sgt Edward Sylvester Clewell
174th Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. B  
Edward served his country during the Civil War, under the alias Sylvester Claywell, enlisting in Company B, 174th Regiment, Pennsylvania Drafted Militia with the Rank of Sergeant.
 
-- Entered by Ryan Sandy on 8/23/2015
Pvt Samuel Lafayette Hancock
38th Virginia Infantry - Co. F  
Enlisted Republican Grove, Halifax county. Captured at Battle of Gettysburg 7/3/1863. POW at Point Lookout, Md. Died there 1/8/1865
 
-- Entered by Michael hancock on 8/23/2015
Pvt Samuel S. Hancock
38th Virginia Infantry - Co. F  
Enlisted Republican Grove, Halifax county. Captured at Battle of Gettysburg 7/3/1863. POW at Point Lookout, Md. Exchanged 1/17/1865. Survived
 
-- Entered by Michael Hancock on 8/23/2015
Pvt John Dixon
40th Mississippi Infantry - Co. A  
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 -- Entered by Chris Robinson on 8/22/2015
1 Lt Thomas Jefferson Reynolds
3rd Mississippi Infantry - Co. D  
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 -- Entered by Chris Robinson on 8/22/2015
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