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11th Kentucky Infantry USA

Name: John Richardson MilamRank: Private Company: A
Regiment Name: 11 Kentucky Infantry
Regiment Name Expanded: 11th Regiment, Kentucky Infantry
Company: A
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Name: Obadiah MilamRank: Private Company: A
Obadiah Milam Company A 11 Kentucky Infantry died 1908
Discharged 21 Jun 62 at Nashville, TN due to disability. Discharge certificate states disability due to phthisis (tuberculosis). At discharge was 5 ft 9 in, dark complexion, black eyes, black hair, farmer and born in Warren Co, KY.
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Name: Albenna B. SandersRank: Private Company: A
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Name: William F. WardRank: Captain Company: B
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Name: William R. DayRank: Corporal Company: C
During the Regiment''s withdrawl in the face of Breckenridge''s attack at Stone''s River (Jan. 2, 1863), Cpl. Day leaped into the river landing ''wrong'' and injuring his back. This apparently caused him serious discomfort for it appears that a year later he was very nearly declared unfit for duty because of it. However, he stuck in there and was mustered out with the rest of his unit on December 16, 1864.
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Name: Notley Conn FlowersRank: 1st Sergeant Company: C
Notley Conn Flowers was my maternal great-grandfather. He was inducted into the 11th. Infantry in Butler County Kentucky. His hometown was Logansport, Rockester, and Woodbury, Ky. He entered as a private and was honorably discharged as a first Sargent in the 11th.
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Name: Thomas Jefferson TurnerRank: Private Company: D
Enlisted as a Private on 14 September 1861
Enlisted in Company D, 11th Infantry Regiment Kentucky on 09 December 1861.
Died Company D, 11th Infantry Regiment Kentucky on 15 December 1861 in Calhoun, KY
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Name: Woodford Mitchell HouchinRank: Major Company: E
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Name: Martin Ernest ArnoldRank: Private Company: F
Mustered in at Rochester, KY on 17 October 1861 age 22 years. Wounded at Loudon, TN on 14 November 1863. Promoted to 5th Sergeant on 1 May 1864. Discharged at Bowling Green, KY on 14 December 1864. Fought at battles of Shiloh, Stones River, Siege of Knoxville and Sherman's Georgia Campaign.
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Name: William ForgyRank: Private Company: F
Was my great great grandfather. Was known to have said while he was hiding behind a tree, Come out and fight like men you yellow-bellied s.o.b.'s all the while hiding behind his tree.
Contact Name: Patrick Brown
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Name: Joseph KirbyRank: Private Company: G
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Name: Elisha AbbottRank: Private Company: I
Abbott, Elisha, Private, F Co, 25 yrs, 9 Oct 61 at Rochester, KY. Jan-Jun 62 sick at home. Died 26 Oct 62 at Regimental Hospital Bowling Green, KY of typhoid.
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Name: John W. AbneyRank: Private Company: I
Abney, John W., Private, C Co, 18 yra, 10 Sept 61 at Rochester, KY. Jan-Feb 62 sick in Hospital at Nashville, TN. Mar-Apr 62 sick in Hospital at Calhoun, KY. Died 15 or 16 May 62 at General Hospital #6, Nashville, TN of typhoid. Interred Nashville City Cemetery. [Reinterred Nashville National Cemetery, section A, plot #4547]
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Name: Robert Thaddeus C. S. DavenportRank: Corporal Company: I
Davenport, Robert Thaddeus Constantine Sebastian. Private, 'I' Company, 11th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry Regiment. Nineteen years old, unmarried, who was still living and working on his father’s farm in 1861. Joined on 17 Oct 61 at Camp Calloway (Hartford), Kentucky. Mustered in on 9 December 1861 at Camp Calhoun (Calhoun), Kentucky. No info as to whether he was ever wounded during the war. Promoted to Corporal sometime in July 1864. Discharged 14 December 1864 at Bowling Green, Kentucky. Last name is sometimes spelled Devenport.
Contact Name: Cecil Nelson
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Name: Thomas B. DavenportRank: Corporal Company: I
Thirty three years old when he was mustered in on 9 Dec 1961 as a corporal. He was a farmer in Ohio County, Kentucky and married with two children. He was apparently never wounded during the war but did contact measles and dysentery so bad that he was sick in the hospital between Jan and Apr 1862 and sent home on furlough to recuperate during the first week in May. He returned to ranks on 1 Aug 1862. He was taken out of the field, administratively reduced to private and assigned as a wood chopper for the remainder of the war. He was mustered out of service on 16 December 1864.
Contact Name: Cecil Nelson
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Name: Alex GrantRank: Private Company: I
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Name: Daniel GrantRank: Private Company: I
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Name: Simeon Henry VaughtRank: Private Company: I
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