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22nd Kentucky Infantry      
Company Unknown
David Calvin Bledsoe - Corporal   
David Calvin Bledsoe was from Franklin Co., Kentucky and enlisted at Louisa, Kentucky. He survived the war and returned home. His wife was Mildred Ann Williams of Clark Co., KY.
Contact Name:  Ann Mefford
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Date Added:  1/7/2007
Company Unknown
Ludwig Caummisar - Private   
Ludwig Cammisar born the August 12, 1811 to Herxheim (Germany) Enlisted in Union troops January 20, 1862 in the 22° Regiment Kentucky Volunteers, 26° Brigade, 7th Division, Army Ohio, discharged Jan. 20, 1865). The father and son, (both of Ludwig Cammisar), engaged in the same regiment, Dec.12, 1861 son and father January 20, 1862.
Commitment to the father as recorded Ludwig Caummisar and son Louis commersour
Contact Name:  Henri Cammisar
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Date Added:  2/15/2011
Company Unknown
Robert Hale - Private   
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Contact Name:  Kenneth Pander
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Date Added:  7/30/2009
Company Unknown
Benjamin Franklin Stevenson - Surgeon   
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Contact Name:  Lela Butts
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Date Added:  12/3/2010
Company A
Louis Commersour - Private   
Ludwig CAMMISAR, born in Hagenbach (Germany) on February 1, 1845, died in New Orleans (USA) on July 14, 1864.
Notes: (Emigrate in USA, he undertook in the troops of the Union (Civil War) in Louisa, Kentucky) for a period of three years.) Incorporated on November 16, 1861 he joined the Springfield camps then was assigned to 22 ° infantry regiment Kentucky company A, Camp Swigert, awarded county, Kentucky, on January 10, 1862.
He died of dysentery on July 14, 1864 in New Orleans.
His name was spelled Louis COMMERSOUR (Louis in french = Ludwig in german) on the role of commitment.
His father Ludwig Cammisar born the August.12 , 1811 enlisted in the same regiment January 20, 1862, but commitment Ludwig Caummisar.
Contact Name:  Henri Cammisar
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Date Added:  1/15/2011
Company A
Henry Milton Hutchinson - Corporal   
22 ky infantry (enrolled milita).
Contact Name:  D.Blevins
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Date Added:  12/9/2007
Company A
Thomas Lumpkins - Unknown   
I am looking for any information concering Thomas Lumpkins of the 22nd kentuck infantry regiment !
Contact Name:  Steve Lumpkins
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Date Added:  2/26/2009
Company B
James Shelton - Private   
This man is not a relative.
Dec. 15, 1862:
After conducting a raid in Carter County and capturing several Confederates, Hiram Huff, James Ross, James Minten Ball, Washington Boggs and a shelton along several other men are overtaken by CSA Captain Marcum at Sink Roberts' farm on Cat Fork. Huff, Ball, Ross and Shelton are taken to the head of Wells Branch, by way of Dry Fork to Bruin, and shot to death. Their bodies are placed in a shallow mass grave and covered with flat rocks.I an not sure which shelton James or Joseph however it appears that one of them is the shelton which was killed near bruin.
Contact Name:  D.Blevins
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Date Added:  12/31/2007
Company C
John W Boyle - Private   
John W. Boyle was killed in the Civil War at Chickasaw Bluff, Vicksburg, Mississippi on 5 Feb 1863. He was a private in C company. He trained at Camp Swigert in Greenup County, Ky and enrolled and mustered out of Louisa, Ky. John Boyle enlisted on December 2, 1861, and was mustered into Federal service on January 10, 1862, in Louisa, Kentucky. This regiment was engaged in the Battle of Chickasaw Bayou that took place on the outskirts of Vicksburg December 27-29, 1862. Private Boyle was wounded in this action and captured by the Confederates. He was placed in the Vicksburg City Hospital where he succumbed to his wounds on February 5, 1863. In all probability he is interred in the Soldiers' Rest section of Vicksburg's Cedar Hill Cemetery.

According to John W. Boyle's service record, he went missing in action at Chicksaw Bluff, Dec. 29, 1862. The regiment received notice of his death at Vicksburg on April 2, 1863. On June 13, 1863, John W. Boyle's captain John F. Lacey stated: 'He was taken prisoner by the Enemy while in line of his duty near Vicksburg, Miss. on the 29th day of Dec. 1862 and remained a prisoner until his Death at Vicksburg February 5, 1863.'
Contact Name:  James Bergman
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Date Added:  8/29/2013
Company C
George Darby - Private   
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Contact Name:  Mindy Loughead
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Date Added:  8/2/2010
Company C
Hugh Edwin Darby - Private   
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Contact Name:  Mindy Loughead
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Date Added:  8/2/2010
Company C
Joseph Shelton - Private   
This man is not a relative.
Dec. 15, 1862:
After conducting a raid in Carter County and capturing several Confederates, Hiram Huff, James Ross, James Minten Ball, Washington Boggs and a shelton along several other men are overtaken by CSA Captain Marcum at Sink Roberts' farm on Cat Fork. Huff, Ball, Ross and Shelton are taken to the head of Wells Branch, by way of Dry Fork to Bruin, and shot to death. Their bodies are placed in a shallow mass grave and covered with flat rocks.I an not sure which shelton James or Joseph however it appears that one of them is the shelton which was killed near bruin.
Contact Name:  D.Blevins
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Date Added:  12/31/2007
Company D
James Blevins - Private   
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Contact Name:  D.Blevins
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Date Added:  12/3/2007
Company E
John Littleton - Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  DB
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Date Added:  12/27/2009
Company F
Harrison Cohorn - Private   
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Contact Name:  Derek Gould
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Date Added:  2/25/2008
Company F
John Collins - Private   
Fought in Battle of Middle Creek near Prestonsburg, KY.
Contact Name:  David Hall
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Contact Homepage:  dhall81@hotmail.com
Date Added:  2/8/2011
Company G
Caleb Burton - Private   
Enlisted in Company G, Kentucky 22nd Infantry Regiment on 10 Jan 1862.
Mustered out on 20 Jan 1865 at Louisville, KY. He survived the war but was shot in right shoulder (appears on the 1890 veterans schedule of Carter Co.)
Contact Name:  Joseph Lloyd
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Date Added:  12/2/2010
Company G
John Newton Stephens - Private   
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Contact Name:  Greg Pettijohn
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Date Added:  7/2/2009
Company H
Andrew Jackson Davis - Private   
Looking For Photos Of This Outfit
Contact Name:  Ron Davis
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Date Added:  11/27/2007
Company H
Champness Gee - Private   
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Contact Name:  Charles McDaniel
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Date Added:  11/20/2007
Company H
Robert Gee - Corporal   
Great Grandfather
Contact Name:  Ralph Edward Newlan
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Date Added:  6/10/2009
Company H
John A Humphrey - Private   
Memorial Stone at the Cranston Cemetary in Cranston Kentucky.
Contact Name:  DB
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Date Added:  12/25/2009
Company H
Leonidas Hyrne - Private   
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Contact Name:  Ramona Hyrne
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Date Added:  11/1/2008
Company H
Robert T. Hyrne - Private   
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Contact Name:  Ramona Hyrne
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Date Added:  11/1/2008
Company I
STEPHEN GILBERT - Private   
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Contact Name:  ROY MULLINS
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Date Added:  6/21/2008
Company I
Jeremiah Nolen - 1st Lieutenant   
Jeremiah enrolled in Company I of the 22nd Regement of Kentucky Volunteers on September 3, 1861. On July 14, 1862, he resigned his commission as a First Lieutenant citing 'a lack of harmony betwixt myself and the two other commissioned officers of my Company.' He was honorably discharged in October 1862. On Jeremiah's Declaration for Pension, filed on October 10, 1885 in Bath County, Kentucky, he is described as follows: height: 6 feet 1/2 inches; complexion: dark; hair: black; eyes: blue. Jeremiah married Mariah Gardner in Bourbon County, KY in 1852. I am a descendant of their daughter Sarah.
Contact Name:  Ron Strickley
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Date Added:  10/1/2007
Company K
Conrad Hecht - Private   
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Contact Name:  Wayne Hecht
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Date Added:  7/9/2007
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