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Pvt Samuel D. Flint
26th Virginia Infantry  
I am looking for the burial place of Pvt.Samuel D. Flint who was assigned to the 26th Virginia Infantry Battalion (Edgar's Battalion) and was killed at the Battle of Bethesda Church on May 30, 1864.
-- Entered by Colin Baird on 4/22/2018
Lt Thomas Kelly Lillard
30th Texas Cavalry - Co. A  
On Oct 14th, 1862, he was commissioned a 2nd Lt in Co.A, 30th Texas Cavalry, known as Gurley's Regiment of Texas Partisans. The 30th Texas Cavalry was organized during the summer of 1862 at Waco, TX. The unit was one of three Texas units known as the First Texas Partisan Rangers. The 30th Texas Cavalry was assigned to the Trans Mississippi Department and their first engagement was at Galveston...
-- Entered by Robert Fickies on 4/22/2018
Pvt Heinrich Loesch
112th New York Infantry - Co. I  
On August 29, 1862, Heinrich enlisted in the 112th New York Volunteer Infantry, Co. I. Known as the Chautauqua Regiment, the 112th saw heavy combat in Virginia and the Carolinas from 1862 to 1865. He was admitted to the hospital for 'illness' December 20, 1864 at Bermuda Hundred VA. He died less than 2 months later, while being escorted home to New York by his brother, Michael Loesch.
-- Entered by Robert Fickies on 4/22/2018
Pvt Isaac Marion Franklin
27th Missouri Infantry - Co. G  
Isaac Marion Franklin, my ancestral uncle, served with Co. G, 27th Reg't, Missouri Mounted Infantry (UNION) during the Civil War.
-- Entered by Robert on 4/22/2018
Pvt Young Zemeriah Thomason
16th Missouri Infantry - Co. C   
Feb. 4 1864, at Ozark, MO, he enlisted in Union Army, Co. C, 16th Regt, Missouri Infantry. He was discharged Aug 3, 1864.
-- Entered by Robert Fickies on 4/22/2018
Pvt David DeLafayette Franklin
3rd US Volunteer Infantry - Co. B  
While a prisoner-of-war at Rock Island, he enlisted, October 14, 1864, in Company B, 3rd United States Volunteer Infantry, and served in the Frontier Service of the Northwestern Frontier. The United States Volunteer Infantry Regiments were made up of former Confederate soldiers who, while prisoners of war, were given the opportunity to leave POW camps in the event they would serve in the Unite...
-- Entered by Robert Fickies on 4/22/2018
Pvt David DeLafayette Franklin
3rd Tennessee Infantry - Co. C  
David Franklin was captured 7/4/1863
-- Entered by Robert Fickies on 4/22/2018
Pvt Abner Absalom Lowery
1st Mississippi Cavalry - Co. B  
Abner was born in Jones County Miss and was about 28 years old when he joined Co B 1st Battalion Miss. Cavalry. [McNair's] He survived the war. He has 2 cards in his archival file. He was the father in law of my 1st cousin 3 x removed. He died in 1886 in Covington Co. Miss.
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 4/21/2018
Pvt Aaron Loyd
53rd Illinois Infantry - Co. G  
Born 1840 in Muskingum County, Ohio. Married Mary Ann Crowder in 1860. Enlisted in Co. G in 1862; reenlisted in Co. B in February of 1864. Wounded in the chest by a musket ball in the Battle of Atlanta. Discharged July 1865. Raised four children, and died in 1918. Older brother John served in the 135th OVI.
-- Entered by Gordon Sandine on 4/20/2018
Pvt Frank Knickerbacker White
27th Louisiana Infantry  
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 -- Entered by John E. White on 4/20/2018
Sgt George Wasington Buchanan Shannon
45th Tennessee Infantry - Co. H  
George Washington Buchanan Shannon was abt 31 years old. Born in Wilson Co. Tenn. Enlisted 6 Nov 1862 at Murfeesboro, Tenn. for 3 years. Enlisted by Co Hall. Enlisted as Pvt. He died of disease at Winship & Blackie Hosp. at Atlanta Ga. His father went to retrieve his body but it was buried in a mass grave at Oakwood Cem. His Death card listed his rank as Sergt. He was the Father in Law of my 3rd...
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 4/19/2018
Pvt George William Kelley
28th Virginia Infantry - Co. E  
Established as my g-great uncle, my mothers side from Roanoke VA.
-- Entered by Thomas Crawford on 4/19/2018
Pvt Samuel Hartle
34th Indiana Infantry - Co. D  
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 -- Entered by Jesse Hartle on 4/18/2018
Pvt John Robert Pamplin
9th Virginia Infantry - Co. H  
U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865 View Record Name John R. Pamplin Side Confederate Regiment State/Origin Virginia Regiment 9th Regiment, Virginia Infantry Company H Rank In Private Rank Out Private Film Number M382 roll 42 Other Records 9th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
-- Entered by Jesse Hartle on 4/18/2018
Cpl Philip Miller
66th Indiana Infantry - Co. K  
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 -- Entered by Kelly Miller on 4/18/2018
Pvt Elijah E. King
26th Mississippi Infantry  
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 -- Entered by Sd Crosby on 4/17/2018
Pvt Thomas Jefferson Doughman
89th Ohio Infantry - Co. G  
Doughman wounded at Chickamauga, returned as disabled to Union, later returned to home at Goshen, Clermont County, Ohio,
-- Entered by Lee Flandreau on 4/17/2018
Pvt Joseph Ceber Allcock
3rd North Carolina Artillery - Co. B  
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 -- Entered by Alcock on 4/17/2018
Pvt Henry Lafayette Weaver
39th Georgia Infantry - Co. G  
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 -- Entered by M McClure on 4/17/2018
Pvt Asahel (Ashel) Smith Weaver
39th Georgia Infantry - Co. G   
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 -- Entered by M McClure on 4/17/2018
Pvt Thomas Crayton (or Clayton) ? Land
3rd Tennessee Cavalry - Co. L  
A Rebel deserter from the 52nd Georgia. He enlisted 3/13/1864 in Knoxville, Tn. On June 17th, he was mustered into Company L, 3rd TN Union Cavalry, by their Captain, Oliver P. McCammon. There are two conflicting reports as to the fate of young T.C. Land of Towns, Georgia. His Union Army record says he died on Aug.12, 1864, 'of measles at Brigade Hospital, Decatur, Alabama'. The Report of the Adjut...
-- Entered by Glenn Land on 4/16/2018
Pvt Asa Jeffery
48th Tennessee Infantry (Nixon) - Co. K  
Asa Jeffery was from Arkansas.
-- Entered by Dale Hanks on 4/16/2018
3rd Cpl James J. Thompson
10th Tennessee Cavalry - Co. F  
James was 19 y/o when he enlisted 7 Dec 1862 at Waverley, Humphries, Tenn. Enlisted by Col. Johnson for the war. Elected to 3rd Corporal in Co. E. He was paroled at Gainsville, Ala. in May 1865. He was 1st Sgt. in Co F 10th & 11th Tenn. Cavalry. He died 17 Aug. 1901 in Dickson Co. Tenn. James was my 2nd cousin 3 times removed.
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 4/15/2018
Alonzo F. Allison
69th Indiana Infantry  
I have Civil War Pension document on Ancestry saying Alonzo Allison K 69 Indiana Inf.
-- Entered by Louise Corman on 4/14/2018
Pvt Elisha W. Gabbard
Three Forks Battalion, Kentucky State Troops - Co. H  
This Elisha W. Gabbard, 09 Jul 1848 - 12 Jan 1914 is the son of Wilson & Susan Gabbard, nee Abner. He married Mary Ann Peters, 17 Sep 1851 - 23 Nov 1914. Elisha W. was arrested for the murder of 3 men at Buffalo, KY., during Aug 1913 at a polling place. On the 12th of Jan 1914 he committed suicide before he came to trail. Another Union family member.
-- Entered by Wayne F Wehrheim on 4/14/2018