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7th Kentucky Infantry USA

Name: William BrittonRank: Private Company:
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Name: Berry Ransom DunniganRank: Private Company: A
Berry Dunnigan was my GG Grandfather. Company A, 7th Kentucky
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Name: Mitchell . GumRank: Private Company: A
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Mitchell Gum enlisted in Co. A, 7th Ky Vol. Inf, USA, in June 1861. He served with the 7th at several battles in KY and in the entire Vicksburg Campaign of 1863. Shortly after Vicksburg was taken, he became seriously ill and was sent by hospital boat to St. Louis. He was later sent to the 7th Kentucky's Convalescent barracks in Louisville and mustered out with the majority of his regiment in Oct. 1864.
Mitchell's brother, John P. Gum, was a Confederate, serving in Co. B, 5th Ky Vol. Inf., CSA. He was mortally wounded near Kennesaw Mtn, GA, on June 20, 1864, and died the same day. After the war Mitchell named his first born son after his slain brother, even though they had fought on opposite sides during the war.
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Name: Francis Marion WhiteRank: Private Company: A
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Name: Dawson Turner LambRank: Private Company: C
This was my paternal g-g-grandfather. He was very sick during the war (I have his military records) and at one time was considered AWOL but was later found to be in the hospital. He eventually got out and spent the rest of his life disabled due to a possible heatstroke during the war.
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Name: Charles R. CarterRank: Private Company: D
My wife's ancestor, son of George C. Carter & Mary Roller of Scott Co.Va.3 brothers,Andrew,Winfield,and John served in the Confederate army. Regiment Name 7 Kentucky Infantry. Soldier's Rank_In Pvt. Residence Scott Co.Va. Enlisted on 8/19/1861 at Camp Dick Robinson, KY as a Private.
He died on 7/29/1863 at Memphis, TN. Possibly from wounds received during the Vicksburg Campaign where the 7th was heavily engaged.
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Name: James P. CarterRank: Private Company: D
My wife's ancestor, son of George C. Carter & Mary Roller of Scott Co.Va.3 brothers,Andrew,Winfield,and John served in the Confederate army.

Soldier's Rank_In Pvt. Residence Scott Co.Va.
Enlisted on 8/19/1861 at Camp Dick Robinson, KY as a Private.
Soldier's Rank_Out Pvt. He was Mustered Out on 10/5/1864 at Louisville, KY. May have served remainder of the war in the Ky.14th Inf. Alternate Name James W. or James P./Carter




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Name: Andrew Hamilton ClarkRank: Captain Company: D
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Name: Edward ClarkRank: Private Company: D
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Name: Henry J. ClarkRank: Captain Company: D
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Name: Hiram ClarkRank: Private Company: D
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Name: William Jackson (Dock) BerryRank: Surgeon Company: F
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Name: Joshua Ruffin FraqserRank: Sergeant Company: F
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Name: Silas JonesRank: Sergeant Company: F
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Name: Granville L. MaretRank: Captain Company: G
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Name: Martin RainsRank: Private Company: G
Martin Rains is my g/g/g grandfather. Martin transferred to the 1st Tennessee National Guard Cavalry, Company B.
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Name: Gordon FrenchRank: Private Company: H
Film # M36 Roll 9

Gordon was my maternal Great great grandfather. Husband to Keziah (Moore) French.
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Name: Ancil B. GilliamRank: Corporal Company: H
You can find his last name spelt two different ways. Either as Gillum or Gilliam. His brother Cornelius Gillum enlisted with the Company E, 6th Kentucky Calvary (Union). Ancil Gilliam is buried in the Johnson Cemetery located in Gray, Knox County, Kentucky.
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Name: William E. StamperRank: Private Company: H
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Name: Jesse BartonRank: Corporal Company: I
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Name: William BartonRank: Private Company: I
Enlisted in Company I, Kentucky 7th Infantry Regiment on 31 Dec 1861, at Camp Calvert. Mustered out on 29 Aug 1862 at Knox County, KY. Died 8 Sep 1862. I don't know if it was the result of a wound or illness. If anyone has additional information, please contact me. Thanks in advance.
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Name: Thomas J. BerryRank: Private Company: I
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Name: Gale Steele DowisRank: Captain Company: I
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Name: Robert Parks DowisRank: Private Company: I
KIA 9/28/1861
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Name: William Anderson DozierRank: Captain Company: I
William Anderson Dozier (1816-1904) enlisted in the U. S. Army at Flat Lick, KY on 20 August 1861, and was mustered into service on 15 September 1861, at Camp Dick Robinson. He was assigned to Company I of the 7th and was elected Captain. He apparently was very popular with the men as they called him 'Captain Billy'. He served until wounded near Cumberland Gap on 30 August 1862. After stays in several Army Hospitals, Captain Billy resigned his commission on 2 March 1863, stating that his health problems prevented him from giving proper service.
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Name: Greenberry JacksonRank: Private Company: I
Greenberry was born 15 May 1840 in Knox Co Ky .He died 19 Jan 1915.he was the son of Daniel Jackson and Louisa Hubbard.Married to Martha Mills and Permelia Dickey




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Name: Bluford LoweRank: Private Company: I
Enlisted in 1861 at Flat Lick Ky...mustered out in 1863 In Louisville Ky.
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Name: John MaysRank: Private Company: I
In the unit from 1861 until he died at Camp Calvert Ky Dec.7th 1862 of pneumonia.
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Name: Alexander S. SteeleRank: Private Company: I
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Name: George B. HerronRank: Private Company: K
George b and Matthew w Herron two brothers joined Kentucky 7th co k in 1861. Their uncle Shadrick Herrin joined at the same time but in co d. They fought from Kentucky to Baton Rouge Louisiana. They reenlisted in 1864-1866 in 1865 their uncle Shadrick died 1865 in Baton Rouge and buried there. In 1866 George b and Matthew w Herron was musterd out George stayed in Louisiana and Matthew went to Ohio/Illnois/ California. Most of civil war records are in Herrin some in Herron. Neither brother went back to Kentucky.
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Name: Joseph L. KeckRank: Private Company: K
He enlisted about a month before his father, Henry, and two other brothers, Alfred & Madison.

Enlisted as a Private on 26 August 1861 in Camp Dick Robinson, KY. Enlisted in Company K, 7th Infantry Regiment Kentucky on 22 September 1861. MIA - Unaccounted For July 1862 - presumed dead (Source: Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Kentucky. (KYRoster) Published in 1866 by Harney.) Actually Died - 03 August 1862, buried at the Lexington National Cemetery, Grave #47. All the family knew was he never returned from the war.
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