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Pvt Samuel Henderson
13th Mississippi Infantry - Co. H  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Clifton Henderson on 6/17/2018
Pvt William Sellers Taylor
26th Georgia Infantry - Co. F  
William was 18 when he joined on 26 Aug 1861 at Waresboro, Ware Co. Ga. [Old] Co H [ Ware Guards ]. 13th Regt Ga. Inf. This became Co F 26th Ga Inf. He was wounded by a minnie ball to his right arm at Fort Steadman on 26 March 1865. Sent to the Confederate Hospital at Petersburg. Captured by Union forces and sent to Fort Monroe the on to Fort Delaware. He was released on 21 June 1865 after swallow...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 6/17/2018
Pvt James Hamilton Ballenger
43rd Alabama Infantry - Co. I  
DIED AT Strawberry Plains, TN. in April,1863. Desire info on grave site.
 
-- Entered by Conley L. Ballenger on 6/15/2018
Pvt William Henry Kidd
4th North Carolina Cavalry - Co. D   
Enlisted at the Granville County Court House on April 28th, 1864 at the age of 20. Joined Company D of the 4th Regiment, North Carolina Cavalry (59th NC State Troops) SOLDIER'S RANK IN:Private SOLDIER'S RANK OUT:Private FILM NUMBER: M230 ROLL
 
-- Entered by John Kidd on 6/14/2018
Pvt Ira John Pate
22nd Virginia Cavalry - Co. G  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Cindy Pate on 6/14/2018
Waitman McDaniel
126th Ohio Infantry - Co. B  
Waitman was KIA at the Battle of Monocacy.
 
-- Entered by Frank McDaniel on 6/12/2018
Pvt John Bunyan Samples
19th Georgia Infantry - Co. E  
John B. Samples was a member of company E, the Heard Grays or the heard Vols. in the 19th GA Infantry. The 19th was in most of the major battles fought by the Army of Northern Virginia except Gettysburg, Spotsylvania and the Wilderness. The regiment was in the Battle of Olustee west of Jacksonville, FL. He was wounded in the leg and it had to be amputated.
 
-- Entered by Allan C. Payton on 6/12/2018
Cpl Benjamin F. Stone
35th Mississippi Infantry - Co. H   
Not my relative, but after taking a picture of his head stone and posting it to Find-a-Grave - I have become responsible for that information.
 
-- Entered by Marshall Bautista on 6/9/2018
Pvt David Walters
60th Tennessee Infantry  
60th Regiment, Tennessee Mounted Infantry (Crawford's 79th TN Infantry) Enlisted in Confederate Army Sep 1862, age 24. His wife was expecting his son when he enlisted. Captured at Big Black River, Vicksburg, MS, & sent to POW camp in PA. Contracted typhoid fever there & died at Chester Hospital. Never saw his son.
 
-- Entered by Leslie Boucher on 6/9/2018
Pvt William S. Walker
6th Alabama Infantry - Co. G  
William S Walker was the son of Rufus Walker of Milton Autauga COunty Ala. ( 38th Al Infantry) and the brother of George W Walker, (died Nov,1862 Columbus Ky, disease) and Jessie Green Walker ( 38th Alabama Inf.Co g.)
 
-- Entered by HG Walker on 6/9/2018
Pvt William Andress
9th Iowa Infantry - Co. F  
William was killed at the Battle of Pea Ridge, March 7, 1862
 
-- Entered by David Andress on 6/7/2018
Pvt William Baskin Stripling
Cobb's Legion Georgia Infantry Battalion - Co. F  
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 -- Entered by Angela Kinsley on 6/5/2018
Horatio David Jones
6th Wisconsin Infantry - Co. A  
He was born 27 January 1840 and died 22 November 1880 of disease contracted during the war. He enlisted 10 May 1861 in Company A 6th Wisconsin with three of his brothers. He served with the company for a year when he contracted a disease which so disabled him that he could not serve in the infantry so he was transferred to heavy artillery. He died of that same disease at his home in Sauk County, W...
 
-- Entered by Laura Whitmer Bradach on 6/4/2018
Pvt Thompson A. Jones
6th Wisconsin Infantry - Co. A  
Thompson was the brother of Bodley and George Morgan Jones who I added previously. Thompson was born 30 April 1817 and died in Sauk County, Wisconsin 29 May 1864 He died of disease contracted during his service with the Iron Brigade. He enlisted 28 May 1861. There were five Jones brothers in the service. Brother David Horatio was also in company A of the 6th Wisconsin according to the father's obi...
 
-- Entered by Laura Whitmer Bradach on 6/4/2018
Pvt Philippe Dries
103rd New York Infantry - Co. E  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Daniel Benkert on 6/4/2018
Pvt Patrick Savage
72nd Indiana Infantry - Co. E  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Scott S. Sebesta on 6/3/2018
Cpl George Morgan Jones
6th Wisconsin Infantry - Co. A  
George Morgan Jones is listed in Phil Cheek's book 'History of the Sauk County Riflemen...' also in the obit of his father Horatio Gates Jones as being in Company A, 6th Wisconsin, he was discharged 22 May 1862 - disability He was my great great grandfather
 
-- Entered by Laura Whitmer Bradach on 6/3/2018
Pvt Bodley Hoffman Jones
6th Wisconsin Infantry - Co. A  
Bodley was killed in action 1 July 1863 at Gettysburg. In Phil Cheek's History of the Regiment he states that Waller said that Bodley Jones went for the flag in the charge and had it in his possession when he was killed, Waller further allegedly said that he took the flag from Bodley and took it and turned it over to the proper officer and he also said that if Bodley had not been killed then he w...
 
-- Entered by Laura Whitmer Bradach on 6/3/2018
Pvt Merrick Nichols Minshew
39th Alabama Infantry - Co. C  
A son of John and Harriett Minshew. Resided in AL prior to war. Relocated to Camp and Titus Counties in northeast TX during post war years. Interment at Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery, Camp Co., TX.
 
-- Entered by H. David Richardson on 6/2/2018
Pvt John R. Minshew
3rd Arkansas Infantry - Co. A  
Died of pneumonia May 4, 1863 at Farmville, VA. Interment most likely at Farmville Confederate Cemetery. Son of John and Harriett Minshew. Resided in Barbour Co., AL prior to 1860. Relocated to Ashley Co., AR by 1860 census enumeration.
 
-- Entered by H. David Richardson on 6/2/2018
Pvt P. Lawson Minshew
15th Alabama Infantry - Co. F   
Included on Appomattox Roster as P.L. MINSHEN. One of the older sons of John and Harriett Minshew. Resided in Barbour, Dale and/or Pike Counties in AL prior to 1880. Relocated to Camp Co.,TX before being enumerated in 1880 census. In Camp Co. tax records until 1891. Interment location unknown at present.
 
-- Entered by H. David Richardson on 6/2/2018
Sgt Wyatt B. Noel
55th Georgia Infantry - Co. B  
This is my Great Great Uncle who never made it home from the Civil War. Would really like to find out what happened. He was a POW in Virginia.
 
-- Entered by Scarlett Cosby on 6/1/2018
Pvt Roger Mundy
147th Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. C  
Enrolled 2-14-62 @ Harrisburg,Pa.discharged at Dumfries,Va. at age 29 discharged by Maj.Slocum 2-18-63 (147 Pa.Inf. 147th Regiment Pa.Inf. Co.C
 
-- Entered by margie endy on 5/31/2018
Pvt Thomas Wesley Scearce
57th Virginia Infantry - Co. I  
Thomas Wesley Scearce (sometimes spelled Scarce) was a private in the 57th Virginia Infantry Regiment Company I. Records state he joined at Bachelor's Hall 1 Mar 1862. Thomas is my great grandfather. If anyone has pictures of this unit I would love to dearly have a copy.
 
-- Entered by Sandy Pinkerton on 5/31/2018
Pvt Adolphus McCrary
2nd North Carolina Infantry - Co. H   
Adolphus McCrary was captured at Carter’s Depot on Dec. 30, 1862, exchanged on an unspecified date probably in March of 1863.He deserted the Confederate 62nd N.C. Infantry Regiment, Co. E, on 3-28-1863. He enlisted in the Union 2nd N.C. Mounted Infantry, Co. H, on 11-1-1863. He deserted the Union Army on 4-20-1864. There is no record of his return to duty, but he appears to have been a prisoner of...
 
-- Entered by Shannon Gahan on 5/30/2018