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Pvt Daniel Neal McAulay
37th North Carolina Infantry - Co. C   
KIA
 
-- Entered by J W Howie on 2/1/2015
Pvt David Milton Markley
43rd Missouri Infantry - Co. C  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Josh Markley on 1/31/2015
Pvt Henry Harrison Brown
98th New York Infantry - Co. I   
Henry was wounded twice and was honorably discharged in Oct. 1862. Shook President Lincoln's hand when discharged.
 
-- Entered by Bob Brown on 1/31/2015
1 Lt William Franklin Gorin
33rd Kentucky Infantry - Co. D  
He was also commander over the paroled force.
 
-- Entered by Carol Inman on 1/31/2015
Pvt James M. Fowler
47th Wisconsin Infantry - Co. I  
No Comments
 -- Entered by James Stone on 1/31/2015
Pvt J. T. Johnson
4th Mississippi Infantry - Co. A   
J.T. Johnson enlisted 6 Oct 1862 at Union City by Col. Drake. He reportedly ran away from home to enlist. He has 8 service records as a private in the 4th MS Infantry and 2 service records in the 15th MS Infantry. His confederate pension file reports that he was a prisoner of war twice.
 
-- Entered by C. Brenner on 1/30/2015
Pvt Andrew Jackson McClendon
22nd Texas Cavalry - Co. G  
Andrew was born in Tenn. He was 19 years old when he enlisted at Honey Grove, Texas on 17 Dec. 1861. His horse was valued at $130.00 and rigging at $30.00. There are only 7 cards in his archival file. The last date is March 1864.
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 1/30/2015
Pvt Davis Dart
12th Connecticut Infantry - Co. D  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Chris Nero on 1/30/2015
Cpl Eli Bickmore
20th Maine Infantry - Co. I  
The son of Samuel and Amelia (Sawyer) Bickmore, he was born in St. George, Maine on April 13, 1833. He was wounded in the Battle of Cold Harbor. His wife was Julia (Simmons) Bickmore, the daughter of Isaac and Nancy (Wiley) Simmons of Friendship, Maine. Eli and Julia Bickmore had five children - Oscar M., Mary, Emma F., Carrie A. and Blanche D. Bickmore. Eli Bickmore died in North Nobleboro, Maine...
 
-- Entered by Thomas Moody on 1/30/2015
Pvt Andrew McDuffee
66th Georgia Infantry - Co. K  
Enlisted as a Pvt. on 13 August 1863. Killed on 20 July 1864 during the Atlanta Campaign at Peach Tree Creek
 
-- Entered by Sam Forrester on 1/30/2015
Pvt Bloomfield Henry Sproul
32nd Maine Infantry  
The son of Henry B. and Emily C. (Moody) Sproul of Nobleboro, Maine, he was born April 20, 1848 in Nobleboro. He died in Washington D. C. October 20, 1864 from wounds he received during the Battle of the Crater. He was 16 years old at the time of his death. He was buried in Washington D.C. but also has a stone erected in his memory next to his father in The Joshua Moody Cemetery in North Nobleboro...
 
-- Entered by Thomas Moody on 1/30/2015
Cpl Samuel I. Alexander
22nd Indiana Infantry - Co. C  
Samuel I. Alexander was captured and sent to Andersonville prison, later transferred to the Florence, SC, stockade, where he died and is buried.
 
-- Entered by Nancy Fleck on 1/30/2015
Sgt William Yancey Wright
13th Alabama Infantry - Co. B  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Jennifer Jones on 1/29/2015
Pvt Patrick Terry Murphy
41st Tennessee Infantry - Co. F  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Chris Moore on 1/29/2015
Elcanah Stewart
64th Virginia Infantry - Co. B  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Robert Turner on 1/29/2015
Pvt John Marlin Kemp
24th Tennessee Infantry - Co. H  
John only has three cards in his file. He enlisted with his cousin Jinks on 1 Dec. 1861 into Capt. Henry W. Hart's Independent Company Tenn. Infantry at Gallatin, Tenn. . He was 20 Years old.
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 1/28/2015
Pvt Jinks H. Kemp
24th Tennessee Infantry - Co. H  
Jinks has only three cards in his file. Enlisted in Capt Hart's Independent Company Tenn. Infantry at Gallatin Tenn. on 1 Dec. 1861. This was consolidated with 2nd Co H 24th Tenn Infantry. 1 March 1862 is the last entry. That being where he was paid up to that date by S.W. Morgan. However we do know that this unit was captured about 10 Sept. 1862 at Glasgow, Kentucky. Many were dropped from the r...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 1/28/2015
Pvt Hugh Lawson McCall
24th Tennessee Infantry - Co. H  
Hugh has five cards in his archival file. He enlisted first into Capt. Henry W.Hart's Independent Co. Tenn Infantry. Enlisted 27 June 1861 at Nashville in 2nd Co. H 24th Regt. Tenn Infantry. CMR for Jan-Feb. 1862, absent, left in hospital at Tuschambra -sp- Alabama. March 1862 he is back with his company. CMR 31 August - 31 Dec 1862, Captured at Glascow , Kentucky about 10 Sept. 1862 and dropped ...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 1/28/2015
Pvt James Wesley Dunnam
37th Mississippi Infantry - Co. D  
No Comments
 -- Entered by William Dunnam on 1/28/2015
Pvt Henry Murphy Kemp
12th Missouri Infantry - Co. E  
Henry was from Madison Co. Missouri. He was 20 years old. Enlisted in Ripley County Mo. 17 August 1862 in Co E 12th Missouri Infantry, White's Regiment. he is also found in the 9th and 10th Consolidated Mo. Infantry Regt's. His unit is under the command of Col. W M. Moore when it was surrendered at New Orleans La. on June 1865.
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 1/27/2015
Capt Claibourne Wright West
28th Tennessee Infantry  
I do not have a complete overview of his service at this time. Enlisted 24 Dec. 1861 at Mill Springs Kentucky. First into 2nd Regt. Tennessee Mountain Vol's. This became the 28th Regiment Tenn. Infantry. He was in the battle of Shiloh. His record say he was released from service at Corinth Miss. 19 May 1862. Reason not known at this time.
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 1/27/2015
Cpl William Lee Goss
28th Maine Infantry - Co. B  
Enlisted 10 Sept 1862 Mustered 10 Oct 1863 Also served with the 14th co F 1n1865
 
-- Entered by Kenneth C. Goss Jr. on 1/27/2015
Pvt Peter R. Scott
31st Georgia Infantry - Co. K  
Brother to Stephen & Samuel Scott. He died of acute dysentery in Hospital#20 6 October 1862
 
-- Entered by Sam Forrester on 1/27/2015
Sgt Samuel C. Scott
31st Georgia Infantry - Co. K  
Brother of Stephen & Peter Scott
 
-- Entered by Sam Forrester on 1/27/2015
1st Cpl Stephen Scott
31st Georgia Infantry - Co. K  
Stephen along with brothers Samuel & Peter allegedly joined the Regiment all on same day.
 
-- Entered by Sam Forrester on 1/27/2015
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