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Pvt James Melvin Skeen
29th Virginia Infantry - Co. A   
My 3rd Great Grandfather
-- Entered by Jeff Skeens on 10/13/2015
Pvt Montgomery N. Adams
50th Tennessee Infantry - Co. K  
Montgomery insisted (by Lt Col RW McGavock, 12/11/1861) and was captured at Font Donelson (2/16/1862). Transported to Fort Douglas in Illinois on 8/1/1862. He was later transported to Kingston, GA where we passed on 1/22/1864. Apparently, Kingston, GA was a rehabilitation hospital for Confederates until Sherman came through.
-- Entered by Eric P on 10/13/2015
Sgt William Haley Brooks
20th Texas Infantry - Co. G   
Appointed by General Magruder to command the Secret Service (Department of Texas) on Feb. 16, 1863, and filled that position until the close of the war. Discharged in 1865. Pensioned 9/1907 #13812. (Confederate Maj. Gen. John B. Magruder commanded the District of Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona from Nov. 1862 until Aug. 1864.) -> Documents from NARA re: W. H. Brooks' military service, see http://w...
-- Entered by Thomas Adkins on 10/13/2015
Pvt Daniel D. Watson
45th Kentucky Mounted Infantry - Co. B  
My Great Great Grandfather, enlisted January 24, 1863 aged 38 to December 24, 1864. Buried in Watson Family Cem. Lincoln County W.Va.
-- Entered by Rod Pritchard on 10/13/2015
Pvt Lafayette Lee
59th Alabama Infantry - Co. I  
Lafayette has 13 cards in his archival file. He was 29 years old when he enlisted at Greenville, Alabama. He was wounded and sent to the hospital. On 17 Nov. 1863 He is Furloughed for 60 days to Lounds County Ala., from the 2nd Division Hospital at Howard's Grove, Richmond Virginia. He is paroled on 24 May 1865 at Montgomery Ala. after swallowing the Yellow Dog. He is described as 5 foot 5 inches ...
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 10/12/2015
Cpl Stephen Ellis Bynum
49th Alabama Infantry - Co. I  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Jeffery Lee Humphrey on 10/11/2015
Pvt John T. Honey
4th Kentucky Cavalry  
My great grand father. He was also Known as Jesse Henry. Buried in Kansas. Wife was Eliza R. (Hamilton) Honey both from Kentucky.
-- Entered by Gary Honey on 10/11/2015
Sgt Thomas Samuel Richerson
27th Alabama Infantry - Co. A  
Source: Some Al Confederate Soldiers who died at Vicksburg files, This site shows Sgt T S Richerson, aka Richeson, was killed 5-27-1863 @ Vicksburg
-- Entered by Betty Byram on 10/11/2015
Pvt James M. ROSS
14th Mississippi Infantry - Co. C  
James was born in 1828 in Mecklenburg County, NC. He moved with his family to Oktibbeha County, Mississippi with his family about 1848. He enlisted in Corinth, MS. Was captured at the Battle of Fort Donelson on 16 FEB 1862. He was sent to Camp Douglas, IL. He was exchanged at Vicksburg on 2 SEP 1862. He survived the war and died sometime after 1880.
-- Entered by Cheri Amarna on 10/11/2015
Pvt Hosea (Hozia) George Adair
28th Texas Cavalry - Co. I  
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 -- Entered by Darlene Patterson on 10/10/2015
Pvt Philip S. Crate
148th Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. I  
My great-great-grandfather he served with this unit from 15 August 1862 to 31 June 1865.
-- Entered by Darlene Patterson on 10/10/2015
Pvt Job Braddock
35th Ohio Infantry - Co. F  
My great-great grandfather. He died aboard a hospital boat of disease. He is buried at Shiloh National Military Park in Shiloh, Hardin County, Tennessee.
-- Entered by Darlene Patterson on 10/10/2015
Pvt Charels Wesley Horne
50th Virginia Infantry - Co. H   
The son of Nicholas Johnson and Nancy Virginia Doahune Horne of Coeburn (Guest Station), Va., Charles enlisted in Company H, Virginia 50th Infantry Regiment on 25 Jul 1862. Mustered out on 12 Oct 1862. (This was a month after his death.) Charles was killed at the Battle (Skirmish) of Gauley Bridge on 3 September 1861. According to his enrollment papers, he stood 5'11' and had a dark complexion...
-- Entered by Mary Tuttle on 10/10/2015
Pvt Jesse Horne
50th Virginia Infantry - Co. H   
Jesse, the son of Nicholas Johnson and Nancy Virginia Donahue Horne, was a member of a group headed by Logan Salyers called The Yankee Catchers. Jesse was a brother to Henry, Samuel, Stephen (64th Mounted),and Thomas Harmon Horne. The unit commanders were: Logan H.N. Salyer Capt.,Jonas A. Lipps 1st Lt., Lt. Shanklin Salyer 2nd Lt., John R. Davis 3rd Lt. ___________________________________...
-- Entered by Mary Tuttle on 10/10/2015
Pvt Henry Horne (Horn)
64th Virginia Infantry  
Henry, the son of Nicholas and Nancy Virginia Donahue Horne of Coeburn (Guest Station, Va., had, by the time of the war, moved to Pike County, Kentucky where he and his wife, Eliza Johnson, the daughter of Payne and Margaret Bates Johnson, were raising their family. Henry was the minister of the Methodist Church at Dorton, Kentucky. Although his father (Nicholas) and siblings retained the HORNE sp...
-- Entered by Mary Tuttle on 10/10/2015
Pvt Samuel Horne
64th Virginia Infantry - Co. H  
Samuel was one of several Horn/Horne brothers who served in the Confederacy under M.V. Kilbourn's command. The others were Stephen and Henry.
-- Entered by Mary Tuttle on 10/10/2015
Pvt Stephen Horne
64th Virginia Infantry - Co. H  
Stephen was one of several brothers of the Horne (Horn) family from Wise County, VA who served in the Confederate Army. He served under M.V. Kilbourn. Along with him in Company H were his brothers, Dr. John Polson Horne, Samuel Horne, and Henry. Nicholas Johnson Horne, the father, drove a supply wagon for the Confederacy.
-- Entered by Mary Tuttle on 10/10/2015
Oliver (Olaver) H. Taylor
33rd North Carolina Infantry  
Oliver (sometimes spelled Olaver) Taylor was a member of the 33rd North Carolina Infantry and was captured at the Battle of Sharpsburg. He was paroled a short time later.
-- Entered by Warren Thomas on 10/9/2015
John Wesley Thomas
26th Virginia Infantry  
John Wesley Thomas was a member of the 26th Virginia Infantry. He was captured at the Battle of Hatcher's Run and held prisoner at Point Lookout, Maryland until the end of the war.
-- Entered by Warren Thomas on 10/9/2015
Pvt Hiram Henry Moss
Palmetto Sharpshooters - Co. G  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Melanie Weaver on 10/9/2015
Pvt Joshua Nichols
53rd North Carolina Infantry - Co. E  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Rachel Teague on 10/8/2015
Pvt James Strain
156th New York Infantry - Co. E  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Deon Strain on 10/7/2015
Pvt Hampton Shirley
24th South Carolina Infantry - Co. G   
My ggggrandfather was captured at Shys Hill,Nashville,Tenn.He was transferred to Camp Chase Military Prison, died Feb. 1865,and buried there. He enlisted at Webster, Miss.
-- Entered by William sprouse on 10/7/2015
Asst Surg Colby Cowherd
13th Virginia Infantry - Co. Z  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Leonard M Cowherd on 10/7/2015
Cpl John Anderson Lavender
Madison's Regiment Texas Cavalry (3 Regt Az Brigade) - Co. A  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Gordon Lavender on 10/6/2015
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