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David M. Swartz
172nd Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. A  
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 -- Entered by Peter Swartz on 11/26/2014
Pvt Jeremiah Samuel Carter
6th Alabama Infantry - Co. G  
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 -- Entered by Brooks Carter on 11/26/2014
Wilson Gilbert Wiseman
58th North Carolina Infantry - Co. A  
Wilson Wiseman was born in present day Avery County NC in 1937. His mother and father was Josiah and Mary Gilbert Wiseman. Wilson married Mary Snider. They had one son, William and lived at North Cove in McDowell County, NC. Wilson joined the CSA Army at camp Martin, Mitchell County, NC at age 25 June 10, 1862.He was assigned to Co. A NC 58th Infantry. Later he was assigned to Co. B, 5th. NC Cav...
 
-- Entered by Lowell Presnell on 11/26/2014
Pvt Benjamin Franklin Byrd
8th Texas Cavalry - Co. E  
Benjamin enlisted at Houston Tx. as a Pvt. in Capt. L. M. Rayburn's Co. Texas Vols. It's 160 miles to rendezvous. The value of his horse is not given but his equipment is valued at $20.00. His CSA CMR card lists his units as Terry's Regiment, 1st Tx. Rangers and 8th Tx. Rangers. His Obit stares he fought at Shiloh, Chattaunoga and Stone's River at Murfreesbourgh Tenn. He was wounded and captured...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 11/25/2014
3rd Sgt Flavious J. Matthews
12th Louisiana Infantry - Co. C  
Flavious enlisted 13 August 1861 at Camp Moore La. in Capt Benajah D Owen's Co 12th La. Infantry. This unit is also known as 1st Co H and 1st Co M. He was with Allen's Brigade. He was captured and Paroled at Vicksburg, Miss on 4 July 1864. He survived the war and moved his family to Texas
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 11/25/2014
1st Sgt George Pinkney Byrd
12th Louisiana Infantry - Co. C  
George enllisted at Camp Moore, Louisiana 13 August 1861 in Capt. Benajah D Owen's Co. 12th La. Infantry. His brother in Law Flavious J Matthews enlisted with him. George is in the hospital at Bolivo, Tenn on 25 Oct. 1861. On 11 July 1863 he is captured in action at Jackson, Miss. He is sent to several POW camps on his way to Camp Morton, Indianapolis, Indiana. He died of chronic diarrhoea on 6 Ma...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 11/25/2014
2nd Sgt William Newton Moses
31st Alabama Infantry - Co. D  
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 -- Entered by Charles on 11/25/2014
Sgt William A. Hatcher
6th Kentucky Infantry - Co. C   
WM. A. HATCHER, Barren County, was appointed fifth sergeant, Nov. 3, 1862 ; fought at Shiloh, and was dangerously wounded, April 7, 1862; at Stone River and Jackson. Died of disease at La Grange, Ga., April 17, 1864. The 1st cousin of my GGGrandfather-my GGGrandfather named his youngest son (my GGrandfather) after him. DEO VINDICE!
 
-- Entered by Mark Hatcher on 11/25/2014
Cpl Thomas Harvey Hatcher
6th Kentucky Infantry - Co. C   
THOMAS H. HATCHER, Barren County, was appointed corporal, Nov. 3, 1862 ; fought at Shiloh, where he was wounded, April 7, 1862 ; at Stone River, Jackson, Chickamauga, Rocky Face Ridge, Resaca, and Dallas; from Dallas to Atlanta; at Peachtree, Intrenchment, and Utoy Creeks; both days at Jonesboro (captured and exchanged), and in the mounted engagements. My GGGrandfather survived the war (I...
 
-- Entered by Mark Hatcher on 11/25/2014
Pvt Nelson S. Hendryx
42nd Ohio Infantry - Co. H  
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 -- Entered by Gerald Mullins on 11/24/2014
2nd Cpl William Baxter Sharp
26th Louisiana Infantry - Co. G  
William joined at New Orleans on 7 April 1862 Co G Prudhomme Guard's. Thru consolidation, it became the 26th Regiment. He was Captured at Vicksburg on the day it fell on 4 July 1864. He was exchanged at Shrevesport La on 29 March 1864. He rejoined his unit and reenterd the fight. His unit was surrendered at New Orleans on 26 May 1865. He was paroled after swallowing the yellow dog yet again on 9 J...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 11/24/2014
Sgt Nathan Atwood Gill
33rd Massachusetts Infantry - Co. I  
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 -- Entered by Roger Gill on 11/24/2014
Pvt Willis Russell Thornton
2nd Louisiana Infantry - Co. C   
The Louisiana 2nd Infantry Regiment [also called Louisiana Zouaves] was formed at Camp Moore in Tangipahoa, Louisiana, during the spring of 1861. Its companies were drawn from De Soto, Natchitoches, Lincoln, St. Landry, Claiborne, Rapides, and Caddo parishes. Ordered to Virginia the unit was assigned to the Department of the Peninsula and in April, 1862 totalled 782 men. Later it was placed in H. ...
 
-- Entered by Mark McQuiller on 11/23/2014
Pvt Samuel T. Ronk
22nd Virginia Infantry - Co. A  
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 -- Entered by Kathy Ronk on 11/23/2014
Pvt Jacob D. Ronk
22nd Virginia Infantry - Co. A  
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 -- Entered by Kathy Ronk on 11/23/2014
Pvt D. Ronk
22nd Virginia Infantry - Co. F  
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 -- Entered by Kathy Ronk on 11/23/2014
Pvt Andrew J. Ronk
22nd Virginia Infantry - Co. A  
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 -- Entered by Kathy Ronk on 11/23/2014
3rd Sgt James M. Ronk
22nd Virginia Infantry - Co. A  
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 -- Entered by Kathy Ronk on 11/23/2014
Surgeon Peyton Skipwith Coles
59th Virginia Infantry - Co. Z  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Stricker Sanford on 11/23/2014
Capt Roberts Coles
46th Virginia Infantry  
Capt Coles was killed at the Battle of Roanoke Island, NC
 
-- Entered by Stricker Sanford on 11/23/2014
John Jay Harrison
58th Illinois Infantry - Co. F  
any information would be appreciated
 
-- Entered by Jan Pouppirt on 11/23/2014
Pvt William Bamber
156th New York Infantry - Co. I   
My Great-Great Grandfather. Looking for any new info on him and or the 156th.
 
-- Entered by Tim Allured on 11/22/2014
Pvt William Christopher Quisenberry
8th Arkansas Infantry - Co. F  
Christopher was 25 Years old. He enlisted on 23 Sept. 1861 at Pocahontas, Ark. in the [new] Co F 8th Regiment Ark. Inf. He was sick in the City Hotel Hospital in Atlanta Ga. He is assigned as a nurse at that hospital on 9 March 1863 by order of Gen. Bragg. He was taken Prisoner on 6 May 1865 and released after swallowing the yellow dog on 29 May 1865. His wife filed for and received a pension base...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 11/21/2014
Alexander Wiseman
58th North Carolina Infantry - Co. A  
Alexander Wiseman son of Bedford and Polly Wiseman was born Yancey County N C, now Avery April 13, 1822. Wife was Hazel Jennings Wiseman. He was known as Wainer Alex Wiseman. By the time he joined the CSA Army on 11 Feb, 1862 he was 40 years old and was the father of many children. Assigned to Company A 58th Regiment. Later to Company D. After the war he returned to Avery County and Farmed until ...
 
-- Entered by Lowell Presnell on 11/21/2014
Pvt Gilbert King
50th Wisconsin Infantry - Co. I  
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 -- Entered by June Martin on 11/21/2014
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