MilitaryHistoryOnline.com Home   Genealogy   Forums   Search   Contact
Search
Amazon:
Keywords:
Mywatchhasrundown, can replace it General quartz, electronic watches need to replica watches uk provide power battery, battery life is generally around 1-2. When your watch appears Hands tremble, slow down, stop and go and other abnormal phenomenon, it is necessary to consider the replacement of breitling replica the battery, the button battery is not expensive, but open the watch is a technology live, not It is recommended to disassemble the watch and replace it, preferably to a professional repair table. Attention, watch the power exhaust should be replaced or removed as soon as possible, so as not to damage the battery leakage movement. How long is the watch life The service life of the watch has not been able to use the exact digital representation. Generally speaking, the life of rolexreplicauk.co.uk the watch and the wearer are properly used and guaranteed.Watch related. For example, Peter Pace wear watches a bath, watch the appearance of dirty, watchband length discomfort, bad environment, serious impact, will make the watch is easy to damage, shorten the Service life¡£
MHO Main
MHO Home
Civil War Genealogy
Genealogy Home
General Genealogy Board
Comment or Suggestion?
Forget your Password?
Get your Relatives - Quick Find
 Enter your E-mail:
 
Search by Relative Last Name
 Relative Last Name Search:
 
(You can search on partial names)
Search Regiments
StateRelatives
 Alabama2651
 Arkansas951
 California30
 Colorado13
 Connecticut220
 CSA25
 Delaware66
 Florida399
 Georgia3420
 Illinois1974
 Indiana2270
 Iowa919
 Kansas159
 Kentucky1453
 Louisiana848
 Maine567
 Maryland168
 Massachusetts802
 Michigan586
 Minnesota266
 MIssissippi2326
 Missouri1137
 Nebraska16
 Nevada1
 New Hampshire102
 New Jersey464
 New York1305
 North Carolina3769
 Ohio1912
 Oregon9
 Pennsylvania1672
 Rhode Island58
 South Carolina1030
 Tennessee2583
 Texas1343
 United States140
 USCT5
 Vermont224
 Virginia3846
 West Virginia481
 Wisconsin837
Total41047
- - - - - - - - -
CSA23259
USA17788
What's new!
Site now allows photos. E-mail me
with your ancestor's photo. Photos will be reduced to 100 pixels wide.
Genealogy Ads by Google



Civil War Genealogy Database
Unit Type
State


1st Battalion Georgia Sharpshooters CSA

Name: Nathan W. LeeRank: Private Company: A
Buried at Middle Ground Baptist Church, near Sylvania, Ga.
Contact Name: MAS
Contact E-Mail: Click for E-mail
Homepage:
Date Added: 2/23/2009Edit Ancestor Edit your relative   Delete Ancestor Delete your relative
Name: James M. LeonardRank: Sergeant Company: B
No Comments.
Contact Name: Daniel Leonard
Contact E-Mail: Click for E-mail
Homepage:
Date Added: 6/3/2015Edit Ancestor Edit your relative   Delete Ancestor Delete your relative
Name: James Ballard Rank: Private Company: C
My Ancestor (my 3rd Great-Grandfather):
James Ballard (1797 - 1878).

Initial Enlistment on 6 May 1862:
Pvt., I Co., Georgia 32nd Infantry Regiment (Woodson Guards), Army of Tennessee, C. S. A.

Transferred on 30 Jul 1862:
Pvt., Company C, 1st Battalion Sharpshooter, Georgia, Army of Tennessee, C. S. A.

Detailed on 31 October 1862:
Pvt., Teamster, Quartermaster Department, 1st Battalion Sharpshooter, Georgia. (most probably due to his being 65 years of age).

Submitted by:
James Lewis Smith Jr. (1947- )
Pvt., 2nd Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, N.C.
Sgt., 2nd Battalion, 327th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division; Republic of Vietnam: 1967-68 & 1968-69.


Contact Name: James L Smith Jr.
Contact E-Mail: Click for E-mail
Homepage:
Date Added: 7/28/2013Edit Ancestor Edit your relative   Delete Ancestor Delete your relative
Name: Cornelius Marion HardyRank: 2nd Sergeant Company: C
2nd Great Grandfather from Jasper County, Georgia. Enlisted as a Private in Co B, 6th Regiment Georgia State Troops, February 8, 1862. Mustered out April 1862. Appointed 5th Sergeant, Company A, 32nd Regiment, GA Infantry April 18, 1862.Transferred to Co C, 1st Bn. GA Sharpshooters and appointed 2nd Sergeant July 30, 1862. captured at Decatur, AL October 26, 1864. Sent to Camp Douglas, IL. Released Camp Douglas, IL, June 17, 1865. Died at home in Jasper County Georgia from disease contracted in service.
Contact Name: Jack Johnson
Contact E-Mail: Click for E-mail
Homepage:
Date Added: 3/11/2017Edit Ancestor Edit your relative   Delete Ancestor Delete your relative
Name: George W. GarnerRank: Private Company: D
Our Connection with Savannah- A History of the 1st Battalion Georgia Sharpshooters by Russell Brown
Contact Name: Kevin Thurman
Contact E-Mail: Click for E-mail
Homepage:
Date Added: 12/21/2009Edit Ancestor Edit your relative   Delete Ancestor Delete your relative
Name: Andrew LandgrafRank: Private Company: D
No Comments.
Contact Name: Tom Landgraf
Contact E-Mail: Click for E-mail
Homepage: http://scveuropecamp.bravehost.com/index.html
Date Added: 8/3/2008Edit Ancestor Edit your relative   Delete Ancestor Delete your relative
Name: William Lawrence ThomasRank: Private Company: D
No Comments.
Contact Name: Jody Nelson
Contact E-Mail: Click for E-mail
Homepage:
Date Added: 6/1/2015Edit Ancestor Edit your relative   Delete Ancestor Delete your relative
© 2016 MilitaryHistoryOnline.com, LLC Contact Brian Williams at: militaryhistoryonline@hotmail.com