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Lt William O. Anderson
29th Virginia Infantry - Co. D  
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 -- Entered by Stephen Nuckolls on 12/3/2016
Pvt Isaac Estes Yarbrough
29th Alabama Infantry - Co. C  
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 -- Entered by raymond knox on 12/2/2016
Pvt William Wesley Hargrove
11th Texas Infantry - Co. B  
My great-great grandfather. Died 1/21/21 in Cooper, TX
 
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Pvt John G. Lindsay
45th North Carolina Infantry - Co. D  
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Sgt Pleasant D. Cardwell
45th North Carolina Infantry - Co. D   
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Pvt Ree Arnold Joyce
45th North Carolina Infantry - Co. A  
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Pvt Samuel P. Moore
13th North Carolina Infantry - Co. H  
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Pvt Joseph N. Cardwell
13th North Carolina Infantry - Co. H  
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2 Lt Joel R. Cardwell
13th North Carolina Infantry - Co. H  
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Louis Emmit Turner
44th Virginia Infantry - Co. D  
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 -- Entered by Jordan Turner on 11/30/2016
Pvt James Reid Smith
15th Virginia Cavalry - Co. B  
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Timothy Daley
16th Mississippi Infantry - Co. I  
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Sgt Abner Riveer
40th Virginia Infantry - Co. I  
Mortally wounded Gaines Mill, buried at Oakwood Cemetery, Richmond, under wrong name.
 
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Pvt William W. Mintz
1st North Carolina Artillery - Co. A  
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Pvt Winfield Scott St. Clair
33rd Texas Cavalry - Co. F  
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Pvt John Hulse Cox
The Sullivan County Reserves Home Guard  
John Hulse Cox was my maternal gr.gr.Grandfather he served Trivettes co. sulivan co. defense troops 5th cav. regt. he was 45 years old when he enlisted at Double Springs old muster grounds.
 
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Pvt Francis Stofflet
153rd Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. D  
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Pvt Andrew Jackson Cox
60th Tennessee Infantry - Co. G  
Andrew Jackson Cox was my Gr.Grandfather Noah Cox's brother they were in Co.G 60th Tn.inf regt. Jack as he was refered to,died in 1867 at our the family farm homeplace,and is buried there in the Jack Cox cemetery.he was32 years old.
 
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Pvt Samuel E. Cox
19th Tennessee Infantry - Co. G  
Samuel was Abraham Cox's son. he was a 1st cousin to my gr.gr/grandfather PVT.John Hulse Cox of trivettes homeguard in sullivan co.
 
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Pvt Noah Cox
60th Tennessee Infantry - Co. G   
Noah was my Gr.Grandfather he got sick at Vicksburg,Ms.and was sent to a hospital in Mobile Alabama,When he got well enough, after the siege of Vicksburg,he got sent to Jonesboro,Tn.to a parole camp. and took the oath of allegiance in may of 1865.
 
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Pvt Thomas Henry
88th Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. K   
Thomas Henry was my great grandfather. 1830-1912. He is buried in the Scullton cemetery in Somerset Co.PA. He was the son of John Henry & Elizabeth Imel. He was in the 88th PA Volunteers. He had two brothers John Jr. and William who also served in the war. His grandfather Peter Henry served in the American Tevolution in Somerset Co.New Jersey. A photo is available of Thomas taken around 1895.
 
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Pvt Albert Jackson Smith
61st Tennessee Infantry - Co. E  
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Pvt John Myers
8th Virginia Cavalry - Co. F  
John Myer was my 2nd great grandfather who served in the Bland Co.Rangers.He was in Co.F of the 8th Virginia Cavalry.
 
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Pvt Lemuel McGinnis
61st Illinois Infantry - Co. F  
In line of battle until unit overrun. Died of Camp Dysentery April 19th, 1862. Interred at Shiloh Natl Cemetery.
 
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Pvt Jacob Mitchell
22nd Brigade Texas State Troops  
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