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Pvt Green Anderson Malcom
Rieff's Mounted Company, Arkansas State Troops - Co. E  
Listed as G. A. Malcomb From the U.S. Parks Service Civil War Soldiers list: Malcomb , G.A. BATTLE UNIT NAME: 2nd Regiment, Arkansas Mounted Rifles SIDE: Confederacy COMPANY: E SOLDIER'S RANK IN: Private SOLDIER'S RANK OUT: Private ALTERNATE NAME: Green A./Malcom FILM NUMBER: M376 ROLL 15
 
-- Entered by Jodene Thompson-Sams on 2/16/2018
2 Lt James Jackson Cowart
3rd Mississippi Infantry - Co. A  
this is my Great Great Grandfather
 
-- Entered by Cassandra Wood on 2/16/2018
Pvt Thomas Luther Bateman
6th South Carolina Infantry - Co. E  
Thomas was 20 years old when he joined on 29 Jun 1861 at Darlington, Darlington Co. SC in Capt James L Coker's Co. 2nd Regt SC Vols. These men served in the 5th 6th 9th SC Inf and Palmetto Regt. SC Sharpshooters. Thomas's career ended on 31 March 1862 when a mini ball shattered his arm at the battle of Seven Pines. He was medically discharged 23 Aug 1862. He died from complication in 1866. He is d...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 2/15/2018
2 Lt William (W.R.) Riley Burnham
33rd Tennessee Infantry - Co. I  
W.R. Burnham enlisted in the 33rd TN. Infantry Co. I at Union City, TN. in 1861. He was 29 years old. He enlisted as a private. He participated in all the battles the 33rd was engaged until the unit surrendered in N.C. in 1865. By the end of the war he had been promoted to 2nd Lt. He returned to West TN. after the war and settled in Lauderdale Co. He married and had twin sons. He was my Gr., Gr,. ...
 
-- Entered by Tony Dew on 2/15/2018
Pvt John Calhoun Mosley
24th Georgia Infantry - Co. K  
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 -- Entered by Leslie Ridgway on 2/13/2018
Pvt Jesse Kendall
5th Kentucky Infantry - Co. H  
Was in 5th Regiment, Kentucky Mounted Infantry
 
-- Entered by Rhonda Kendall on 2/13/2018
Pvt Divers Baldwin McElwee
77th Ohio Infantry - Co. H  
My great grandfather Divers B. McElwee was in companies D and H. His brother Burton D. (Budd) McElwee was also in these units.
 
-- Entered by Butch McElwee on 2/12/2018
Pvt Joseph Barth
12th Wisconsin Infantry - Co. G   
He was born in 1848 and died in his home in Brillion Wisconsin in 1930.
 
-- Entered by Joseph Smeltser on 2/11/2018
Pvt Homer Alexander Powers
16th Tennessee Infantry - Co. E  
HOMER A. POWERS 16th TENNESSEE INFANTRY CSA - PERSONAL INFORMATION Born: 15 November 1840 in Rome, Georgia Died: 13 July 1913 in Putnam County, Tennessee Buried: Probably in Burnt Stand Cemetery, Putnam County, Tennessee (Graves in Burnt Stand Cemetery were relocated during the mid to late 1960s to other cemeteries to make room for the TN Tech Football field). Married: Elizabeth Drucil...
 
-- Entered by Jacob on 2/11/2018
Pvt Andrew Nelson Hope
2nd Tennessee Infantry - Co. A  
ANDREW NELSON HOPE - Born August of 1841 to Hale Hardin Hope and Nancy Matilda Goddard. He and his brother (Gabriel) David Lawson Hope fought in the 2nd Tennessee together. The only story that was passed down from his time in the service - During the Battle of Rogersville, where most men of the unit were taken POW, Andrew avoided capture by riding his horse across Big Creek. During his bold escape...
 
-- Entered by Jacob on 2/11/2018
Pvt John Riley Stinnett
1st Tennessee Infantry - Co. I  
Born in 1834 in Cocke County, Tennessee to Riley Robert Stinnett and Almeda C. Ball (Of the Ball family of North Carolina and previously Virginia). Enlisted early in war and was discharged in 1864. He fought many a battle where Sherman was in command, but to everyone's knowledge, was never injured. He died in 1911 in Rhea County, TN and was buried at Smyrna Cemetery. Rumor has it that he donated t...
 
-- Entered by Jacob on 2/11/2018
Sgt Thomas Jackson Pelfrey
5th Tennessee Infantry - Co. D  
Served in Companies, D,I,and K. Pelfrey entered the service as a Private on November 1, 1862 and was mustered in on November 27th of that same year. He skipped ranks a lot, sometimes being listed as 3rd Sgt, and others just as Sgt. (His headstone says Sgt) He was promoted to Sergeant on May 18th, 1863, which is ironic because he asked for a 30-day furlough that same day, which was granted. The...
 
-- Entered by Jacob on 2/11/2018
Pvt Hezekiah Gennoe
43rd Tennessee Infantry - Co. D  
Son of James Gennoe. Captured and surrendered at Vicksburg. Buried at Buttram Cemetery in Dayton, Tennessee.
 
-- Entered by Jacob on 2/11/2018
Pvt William Riley Gennoe
43rd Tennessee Infantry - Co. D  
Same as David Gennoe, his brother. Son of James Gennoe. Surrendered at Vicksburg. Also spelt Janow.
 
-- Entered by Jacob on 2/11/2018
Pvt David Gennoe
43rd Tennessee Infantry - Co. D  
Son of other CSA veteran, James Gennoe. surrendered at Vicksburg.
 
-- Entered by Jacob on 2/11/2018
Pvt Calvin Gennoe
43rd Tennessee Infantry - Co. D  
Calvin and his brother James were in this unit. James Gennoe's biography has most detail about the family's known service. Many of Calvin's nephews served. He is buried in Chattanooga, Tennessee. His home previously sat where the current 'Creative Discovery Museum' is today. He, like the rest of the Gennoe's, were captured and released after Vicksburg. Gennoe is also spelt Janow.
 
-- Entered by Jacob on 2/11/2018
Pvt James Gennoe
43rd Tennessee Infantry - Co. D  
One of many GENNOE/JANOW family members to fight in this unit. James, along with his brother Calvin, and sons David, William Riley, and Hezekiah Gennoe all fought in Company D of the 43rd Tennessee. All were captured and released after Vicksburg
 
-- Entered by Jacob on 2/11/2018
1 Lt Thomas A. Tibbs
2nd Virginia Cavalry - Co. H   
Joined as private and was soon elected to 1st Lieutenant. Was at both battles of the Bull Run. Was wounded at Crampton's Gap. Was wounded in the arm at New Market in February 1863, and released from duty in March 1863 due to wound.
 
-- Entered by Joel Shockley on 2/11/2018
1 Lt Thomas A. Tibbs
34th Virginia Infantry - Co. C   
Join as private in the 4th Virginia Heavy Artillery which transformed into the 34th Virginia Infantry in May 1864. He was promoted to first lieutenant of Company C in June 1864. His last battle was fought on his father's farm at Appomattox, Virginia, on April 9th, 1865.
 
-- Entered by Joel Shockley on 2/11/2018
1 Lt Henry Cagle
2nd Arkansas Mounted Rifles  
Lost a leg at the Battle of Jonesboro.
 
-- Entered by Joel Shockley on 2/11/2018
Pvt William H. Elkins
51st Virginia Infantry - Co. A  
Born: 1824 Hawkins County, Tn, Died: Mercer County, West Virginia. Enlisted July 1861. Mustered our Oct 1862 at Red Sulphur Springs, Va. Hospital.
 
-- Entered by Eddie Elkins on 2/9/2018
4th Cpl William M. Elkins
49th Illinois Infantry - Co. G  
Born: 1833 Illinois, Died 1904 Stillwell,Adair, Oklahoma. Enlisted Nov. 3, 1861 and Mustered out Sept 1865 at Paducah, Ky.
 
-- Entered by Eddie Elkins on 2/9/2018
Pvt Alfred Absher
52nd North Carolina Infantry - Co. F  
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 -- Entered by Debbie Absher on 2/9/2018
Pvt Owen Jacob Absher
52nd North Carolina Infantry - Co. F  
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 -- Entered by Debbie Absher on 2/9/2018
Pvt Benjamin Franklin Absher
52nd North Carolina Infantry - Co. F  
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 -- Entered by Debbie Absher on 2/9/2018