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Pvt Leroy B. McMichael
27th Georgia Infantry - Co. C  
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 -- Entered by Jacob McMichael on 10/25/2016
Pvt Thomas Jefferson McMichael
13th Georgia Infantry - Co. D  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Jacob McMichael on 10/25/2016
Pvt William James McMichael
13th Georgia Infantry - Co. D  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Jacob McMichael on 10/25/2016
Pvt Hardy McNeal
18th Tennessee Infantry - Co. G  
Hardy was my great-great grandfather. He was wounded in the neck at Murfreesboro, captured prisoner at Stone's River and was sent to prisoner of war camp at Camp Morton, Indiana. Some records have his last name as 'McNeil' or 'McNeill.'
-- Entered by Ben Jarman on 10/24/2016
Pvt Francis Xavier Austin
4th Kentucky Infantry - Co. C  
A native of Union County, KY. Enlisted in Oct. 1861 at Bowling Green, KY. Served thru end of War.
-- Entered by Sam on 10/20/2016
Pvt John Henry Clay Rogers
3rd US Volunteer Infantry - Co. I  
A native of Lyon County, KY. Pvt. Rogers was a 'galvanized Yankee' that served three years in the 1st and 5th KY. Cavalry C.S.A. in the command of Gen. John H. Morgan. Captured in Oct. 1864 and imprisoned at Rock Island, IL. Enlisted in Co I, 3rd U.S. Volunteers to fight in Dakota territory against Indians. Mustered out in Nov. 1865.
-- Entered by JDC on 10/20/2016
Pvt Gaston Sullivan
41st Alabama Infantry - Co. G  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Lewis on 10/20/2016
Pvt Tilman Howell Wheat
41st Alabama Infantry - Co. A  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Lewis on 10/20/2016
Pvt Thomas Creasy
20th Tennessee Infantry - Co. F   
Apparently wounded at Shiloh. Died in the military hospital complex in Columbus, Mississippi, in 'latter part of Apr/62' according to his service record. Buried at Friendship Cemetery in that city.
-- Entered by Neil Creasy on 10/17/2016
Pvt Alexander Johnson Hopper
11th Texas Infantry - Co. C   
Name also listed as: A.J., Elick, Zan,Hoper
-- Entered by Carla Smith on 10/17/2016
Pvt Archibald Roach
57th Virginia Infantry - Co. H  
Died in 1921 in Rockingham County Virginia
-- Entered by Tony Shifflett on 10/16/2016
Cpl William Prescott Powers
76th New York Infantry - Co. K  
William Prescott Powers (1845-1925)shows up on 1865 list of Hospital patients from Andersonville Prison, suffering from scurvy. He's identified with 76th NY volunteers, Co. K.
-- Entered by Carlotta Hayes on 10/15/2016
2 Lt George Washington Hawkins
43rd Georgia Infantry - Co. I  
George Washing Hawkins and his father, Uriah Hawkins, enlisted in this unit on the same day. Uriah was 1st Lieutenant. Both were captured at Vicksburg, Mississippi on July 4, 1863 and were paroled on July 6, 1863 after signing an Oath of Allegiance to the United States.
-- Entered by Theron Wells on 10/15/2016
Pvt Hiram Everhart
48th North Carolina Infantry - Co. K  
Hiram Everhart was my 3rd Great Grandfather. He enlisted on 8 August 1862 in Davidson County, North Carolina, at the age of 30, into the 48th North Carolina Regiment, Company K. He deserted on 15 August 1862, and returned to duty on 10 March 1863. Hiram was wounded in the jaw on 14 October 1863, at the Battle of Bristoe Station. He died in the hospital in Gordonsville, Virginia on 20 October 18...
-- Entered by Timmy Huffman on 10/15/2016
Pvt Britton Everhart
49th North Carolina Infantry - Co. B  
Britton Everhart was my 3rd Great Granduncle. He was conscripted in the Civil War at the age of 32, on 15 July 1862, in Wake County, North Carolina. He 1st served as a Private in 1st Company D, 15th Regiment, North Carolina Troops (5th Regiment North Carolina Volunteers). He transferred to the 49th North Carolina Regiment, Company B, North Carolina Troops on 9 January 1863. Britton was captured ...
-- Entered by Timmy Huffman on 10/15/2016
Pvt William Samuel Thomas
8th Mississippi Infantry - Co. F  
William has 8 cards in his archival file. He Was about 20 years old when he joined at Beaver Creek, Enterprise Mississippi on 13 Feb 1863. Enlisting in {New} Co F. as a Pvt. He survived the war and died 1895 in Shubta, Clark County Miss. He married Sabra Murrill and fathered at least 7 children. He was my 2nd cousin 4x removed.
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 10/12/2016
Pvt William Harrison Denton
2nd Tennessee Cavalry - Co. M  
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 -- Entered by Earl T Denton on 10/12/2016
1st Cpl Albert Wesley Cole
30th Illinois Infantry - Co. I  
Handled horses and animals. Was at Atlanta. Claimed to be Valet to General Sherman.
-- Entered by Angela Brush on 10/8/2016
Sgt Alonzo Perkins Wise
13th Massachusetts Infantry - Co. G  
5th Sergeant. Wounded at Gettysburg. Well known Riverboat and Western gambler. Name registered at the hotel in Dodge City.
-- Entered by Angela Brush on 10/8/2016
Pvt Daniel David Reinhardt
34th North Carolina Infantry - Co. E  
His last name Reinhardt sometimes shows up with a different spelling. He was from Longtown, Yadkin County, N.C. and born in 1838.
-- Entered by larry singer on 10/7/2016
Pvt Thomas Irwin
183rd Ohio Infantry - Co. A  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Amber Irwin on 10/4/2016
Cpl Andrew Jackson Thomas
1st Tennessee Cavalry - Co. E  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Seth Thomas on 10/3/2016
4th Sgt James Asa Lauderdale
57th Alabama Infantry - Co. C  
James Was born in 1843 in Coosa, Coosa County Alabama. He has four cards in his archival file. He was about 17 when He enlisted. He was a 4th Sgt in Co C 57th Alabama Infantry. Buford's Brigade. He was the father in law of Sarah Rebecca Davis, my 4th Cousin 2 x removed.
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 10/3/2016
Pvt Daniel Pete Klinger
118th Ohio Infantry - Co. F  
Trying to write a regimental history of the 118 call Me at 260 6361209
-- Entered by Mike klinger on 10/3/2016
Pvt William Harmon Davis
8th Mississippi Infantry - Co. F  
William has 18 cards in his archival file. He enlisted 18 Oct 1861 at age 17 in Capt A McNell's Co. 8th Miss Vol's. He has a lot of sickness during the early months and reenlists on 16 June 1862. He fought with his unit through out the war and surrendered with his unit at Citronella Alabama on 4 May 1865. He gave his residence as Clark Co Mississippi. He became a doctor [MD] and married my 3rd cou...
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 10/2/2016