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Pvt Benjamin Thomas Vernon
16th Battalion North Carolina Cavalry - Co. H  
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 -- Entered by Jordan Turner on 6/29/2015
Pvt George Alexander Joyce
45th North Carolina Infantry - Co. K  
Enlisted: 01 SEP 1862 at Raleigh Recruiting Office, Wake County, NC (30 years old). Died: 1 JUL 1863 in Gettysburg, Adams County, PA.
 
-- Entered by Jordan Turner on 6/29/2015
Pvt David Crockett Joyce
45th North Carolina Infantry - Co. A  
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 -- Entered by Jordan Turner on 6/29/2015
Pvt Alexander Joyce
45th North Carolina Infantry - Co. A  
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 -- Entered by Jordan Turner on 6/29/2015
Pvt Thomas Cardwell
45th North Carolina Infantry - Co. K  
Thomas enlisted on the 1st of September, 1862 at the age of 32 in Raleigh, NC. Died: 01 SEP 1863 at Winder Hospital No. 3, Lynchburg, Campbell County, VA from currently unknown causes.
 
-- Entered by Jordan Turner on 6/29/2015
Pvt Hiram Warren Joyce
22nd North Carolina Infantry - Co. K  
Hiram enlisted at 40 years old on 24 March 1863 in Raleigh. Wounded above the left-eye at Gettysburg, RTD: 20OCT1863, Shot in the ear during the Wilderness Campaign, RTD: 1SEP1864, POW yet paroled at Appomattox Court House 9APR1865.
 
-- Entered by Jordan Turner on 6/29/2015
James Washington Oakes
38th Virginia Infantry - Co. B  
James was the father of Thomas Clement, James Lafayette, John Kerr and Charles Oakes. James survived the war and died 16 September, 1877 in Pittsylvania County.
 
-- Entered by Jordan Turner on 6/29/2015
3 Lt John Calvin Joyce
13th North Carolina Infantry  
John served with the 13th NCST. He died of currently unknown causes on 14 SEP 1862.
 
-- Entered by Jordan Turner on 6/29/2015
Sgt George Washington Fleming
8th Mississippi Infantry - Co. D  
George was 21 years old. He has 19 cards in his archival file. He joined Capt. G.C. Chandler's Co. 8th Regt. Miss. Vol's. at Enterprise, Miss. on 18 Oct. 1861. George contracted rheumatism while in camp and he suffered with it during the entire war. Being sick in camp and in the hospital twice. 1 Feb. 1864 he is promoted form 3rd Corporlal to 5th Sergt. In 1865 with the ranks of the Infantry depel...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 6/29/2015
Pvt Stewart Kessler
22nd Virginia Infantry - Co. C  
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 -- Entered by Thomas Shipp on 6/29/2015
1st Sgt Frederick H. Patteson
36th Virginia Infantry - Co. F  
Sometimes incorrectly listed as Frederick H. Patterson
 
-- Entered by Thomas Shipp on 6/29/2015
Pvt William C. Patteson
36th Virginia Infantry - Co. F  
Also listed as William C. Patterson (incorrect spelling)
 
-- Entered by Thomas Shipp on 6/29/2015
Pvt Solomon B. Jenkins
56th Virginia Infantry - Co. K  
Enlisted in Mechanicsville, VA 6 July 1861. Trained at Hermitage Fairgrounds in Richmond.
 
-- Entered by Jeff Talley on 6/29/2015
Pvt William J. Patterson
30th Mississippi Infantry - Co. C  
William was about 20 years old when on 10 April 1862 he enlisted at Grenada, Mississippi in Co C. 30th Regiment Miss. Infantry. His unit was in the hard fighting in Tenn. He was captured near Chattasnooga and held prisoner. He was exchanged on 23 Jan. 1863. He appears on a roll of patients at ATMAY Hospital, Augusta, Georgia on 17 Oct. 1864. He is again, a POW when the war ends and is released on ...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 6/28/2015
Pvt William Riley Watson
53rd Virginia Infantry - Co. I  
He was captured at the Battle of Five Forks,Virginia (Petersburg) on April 4,1865. He was sent to Point Lookout,MD on April 6,1865.After taking the Oath of Allegiance to US,he was released on June 22,1865.He returned home to Pittsylvania County,VA
 
-- Entered by Timothy wilkins on 6/28/2015
Pvt Richard Wilkins
50th North Carolina Infantry - Co. A  
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 -- Entered by Timothy wilkins on 6/28/2015
Cpl Green W. Clements
38th Virginia Infantry - Co. A   
April 13, enlisted as private,In may 1862 was sent to hospital at Richmond from present camp.In June 1862 now corporal, he was detailed as Brigade Provost Gaurd. He was KIA during Pickett's charge at Gettysburg,Pennsylvania on July 3, 1863.His brother Bedford Clements died in union army prison camp. Other 2 brothers survived
 
-- Entered by Timothy wilkins on 6/28/2015
1st Sgt William Keefe
33rd Massachusetts Infantry - Co. D  
Have enlistment and promotion papers. Have copy of 'History of The Thirty Fourth Regiment Of Infantry ( Massachusetts Volunteers)as extracted from: The Annual report of the Adjutant General of Massachusetts - 1862, 1863, 1864, 1865. What Battalion & Company was he in?
 
-- Entered by Kirk O'Keefe on 6/28/2015
Pvt John` W. Riddle
4th Mississippi Infantry - Co. H  
John has 25 cards in his file. He was 18 years old when he joined Capt. Jos. J Gee's Co. Mississippi Vol's. This became Co H 4th Regt. Miss. Infantry John served the entire four years. He was captured 3 times. 16 Feb. 1862 at the disaster at Fort Donelson. Sent to Camp Morton, Indianapolis, Ind. exchanged 24 August 1862. Captured again at Vicksburg on 4 July 1863 and paroled 9 July. He again rejoi...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 6/28/2015
Pvt Jesse Riddle
4th Mississippi Infantry - Co. H  
Jesse enlisted at Carrallton, Carroll County Mississippi on 1 March 1862. Enlisted by Lt. Col. Liddell for 12 months. Jesse served for two years before being captured at the battle of Nashville on 16 Dec. 1864. He is sent to Louisville, Ky and on to Camp Chase. He is released on 12 June 1865 after swallowing the Yellow Dog. He lists his home as Carroll Co. Miss. He is 29 years old ,six foot tall ...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 6/28/2015
Pvt John Morgan Silence
13th Kansas Infantry - Co. B  
This soldier is No. 35 on the list found at http://www.kansasmemory.org/item/227790/page/11. His pension number was 27758. He enlisted on 25 August 1862 in Troy, Kansas, and was mustered out and honorably discharged in Little Rock, Arkansas, on 26 June 1865. I have a picture of him and additional documentation. He was in fact from Maryville, Missouri, but had to go to Kansas to join a Union ou...
 
-- Entered by John William Simon on 6/27/2015
William B. Hale
2nd Mississippi Cavalry - Co. G  
I'm the care keeper of the cemetery, where this veteran is laid to rest. He is the only CSA soldier buried and over the years loggers have ran over the cemetery and I've tried my best to keep it clean. The cemetery is located in the piney woods. My health and age is slowly catching up with me. I need help locating any of his relatives. I've dedicated 15 years visiting him.
 
-- Entered by Randy Cotten on 6/27/2015
Pvt Nelson C. McManus
Garland's Battalion Mississippi Cavalry - Co. A   
This is my Great Grandfather, if anyone can help me find more info, please contact me. I was told by relatives that he made both charges at Bull Run. I do not know if it's true. blessing to all
 
-- Entered by Randy Cotten on 6/27/2015
Pvt John Preston Miller
52nd Virginia Infantry - Co. D  
Wounded at Cedar Creek on October 19, 1864. Paroled at Appomattox on April 10, 1865
 
-- Entered by Dwane A. Wilder on 6/27/2015
Pvt Lucian M. Manuel
12th Virginia Cavalry - Co. A  
Paroled Winchester, Va 4/25/65 Buried Methodist Church yard Morrisville, Va. (Fauquier County) Son: Walter married Florence Lillian Pearson, daughter of Henry Clay Pearson of the 43rd Va. Mosby's Ranger.
 
-- Entered by Jay A Moore on 6/27/2015
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