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18th Kentucky Infantry      
Company Unknown
Pleasant Jackson Spinks - Corporal   
Pleasant Jackson served with the 19th. then reenlisted to the 53rd. Kentucky Mounted infantry later
Contact Name:  John House
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Contact Homepage:  jf.house.sr@hotmail.com
Date Added:  10/17/2014
Company A
James A. Agrue - Private   
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Contact Name:  Mark Field
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Date Added:  12/1/2005
Company A
Joseph B. McGill - Private   
Joseph B. McGill was wounded at the Battle of Richmond, Kentucky, 30 August, 1862. He was captured and released the next day. He died at home at Flour Creek, Pendleton Co., Kentucky, 2 December 1863.
Contact Name:  Ted McGill
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Date Added:  2/22/2010
Company B
George Hedge - Private   
George was my 2nd great grandfather,Name: George Hedge
Enlistment Date: 2 Nov 1861
Enlistment Place: Paris, Kentucky
Side Served: Union
State Served: Kentucky
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 2 November 1861.
Enlisted in Company B, 18th Infantry Regiment Kentucky on 8 Feb 1862.

Contact Name:  Larry LeCLair
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Date Added:  3/20/2009
Company B
William Miller Milner - Private   
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Contact Name:  Melony Stambaugh
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Date Added:  1/7/2017
Company C
Charles York - Private   
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Contact Name:  Jeff York
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Date Added:  6/25/2012
Company D
Charles Thomas Fornash - Private   
Charles Thomas Fornash was mustered in to the 18th KY and served along side his father-in-law, Pvt. James Brooking McMillen. Charles had a bad reputation for being a 'hellraiser' and after one of the battles in the Tullahoma campaign, he was hospitalized for a very bad bacterial infection in his eyes and ears. Not being satisfied with the treatment from the military doctors, he headed home to look for help. He was captured in Ohio and sent to Camp Chase in Columbus to await court-martial. Instead of being court-martialed, he was sentenced to serve 9 months on ball and chain in the Nashville Prison. After his time was up, he was reinstated at half pay and transferred to the 21st Regiment Kentucky veteran Volunteer Infantry. He served the balance of his time with the 21st from Georgia through Alabama and Mississippi and eventually to Texas where he was discharged in 1865 with a year's half wages and fair back to Kentucky. After the war, he was so wrecked from the disease that had caused his incarceration that, the military review board eventually esponged his courtmartial and awarded him a small disability stipend. He lived out his live on the Ohio River, eeking out an existance while living in a shanty flatboat outside Cincinnati.
Contact Name:  William C. Duncan
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Date Added:  6/25/2007
Company D
Henry Frakes - Private   
Henry Frakes was wounded at the Battle of Richmond Kentucky. He received a gun shot wound to the left shoulder. The lead ball remained in his shoulder until his death in 1918.
Contact Name:  Mark Massmann
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Date Added:  8/17/2010
Company D
James Henry Johns - 2nd Lieutenant   
Born in 1840 in Pendleton County, Kentucky. Son of Henry Lindsay Johns and Elizabeth Shively.
Served in the 18th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry from 1861 until his resignation in 1863.
In late 1863, he became Captain of Company F, 40th Kentucky Mounted Infantry.
After the war he married, had children and lived at Knoxville, Pendleton County, Kentucky. He died in 1885 and is buried in the Johns family cemetery in Pendleton County.
Contact Name:  Mark Black
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Date Added:  2/1/2006
Company D
James Brooking McMillen - Private   
According to census records, Brooker was at least 63-64 years of age when he enlisted. He was discharged after 15 months service for inability to perform his duties in the field. Apparently, he lied about his age when mustering in.
Contact Name:  William C Duncan
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Date Added:  6/25/2007
Company D
William Benjamin Merrill - Private   
I would like any additional information on this soldier and his regiment. I am trying to locate a final resting place for this soldier as well.
Contact Name:  Bobby Diebold
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Date Added:  12/18/2007
Company F
Abel King - Private   
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Contact Name:  Glen King
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Date Added:  5/16/2008
Company F
John Major Poston - Captain   
Buried at Flour Creek Cemetery, Kentucky 1908
Contact Name:  Steve Campion
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Date Added:  10/17/2008
Company G
John Rider - Private   
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Contact Name:  Don Taylor
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Date Added:  10/23/2007
Company H
William Thomas Overley - Private   
I am trying to find out more about this realtive
Contact Name:  Judy
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Date Added:  3/20/2010
Company I
James Gibson - Private   
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Contact Name:  Jeani Richards
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Date Added:  1/11/2009
Company I
william henry purcell - Private   
He wasfrom nicholas county,travelled to mercer county where him and 2 brothers(Elijah,Joshua) volunteered,William H. was shot in the left lung and was discharged.He lived until 1898 buried at carlisle cemetery nicholas county ky
Contact Name:  brad purcell
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Date Added:  12/28/2007
Company I
Andrew Jackson Ramey - Private   
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Contact Name:  Kirk Woosley Patton
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Date Added:  12/4/2011
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