MILITARY HISTORY ONLINE

Civil War Genealogy

  Alabama
2800   
  Arkansas
988   
  California
30   
  Colorado
15   
  Connecticut
225   
  CSA
26   
  Delaware
66   
  Florida
411   
  Georgia
3547   
  Illinois
2009   
  Indiana
2323   
  Iowa
931   
  Kansas
162   
  Kentucky
1530   
  Louisiana
927   
  Maine
570   
  Maryland
170   
  Massachusetts
809   
  Michigan
592   
  Minnesota
270   
  Mississippi
2439   
  Missouri
1180   
  Nebraska
17   
  Nevada
1   
  New Hampshire
104   
  New Jersey
474   
  New York
1333   
  North Carolina
4006   
  Ohio
1962   
  Oregon
9   
  Pennsylvania
1694   
  Rhode Island
60   
  South Carolina
1156   
  Tennessee
2681   
  Texas
1402   
  United States
141   
  US Colored Troops
6   
  Vermont
224   
  Virginia
3992   
  West Virginia
493   
  Wisconsin
855   
  Total: 42630   
    CSA 24445   
    USA 18185   
Civil War Genealogy Database
All Units - Artillery - Cavalry - Engineers - Infantry - Marines - Medical - Misc - Naval
Webb's Cavalry      
Company A
Dryden D. Donaldsom - Corporal   
My gg uncle. Buried at Bethelem Cemetary. Blount county.
He died from his injuries on the Sultana.
Contact Name:  Kathy Donaldson
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Contact Homepage:  Donaldson
Date Added:  2/25/2019
Company B
Thomas DeArmand Tipton - Captain   
No Comments

Contact Name:  K. Cook
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  8/4/2007
Company D
Andrew Jackson Sartin - Private   
No Comments

Contact Name:  Nancy Cutter
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  12/2/2011
Company G
John G Smith - Corporal   
(1). During the Civil War, John G Smith enlisted with the Union Forces; as 1st Corp; Co G; 3rd TN Cav; ; Disability, Injured when thrown from a horse. John G Smith, b. 1827, Bledsoe Co, TN Enlisted: 6 Jul 1863 Discharged: 1 Jun 1865. Sources: Union Veterans and Widows of the Civil War-Bledsoe Co, TN; 1890 Veterans Census-Bledsoe Co, TN; Bledsonians in the Civil War: Compiled from various sources and lists of men who enlisted from or who were living in Bledsoe Co, TN at the time the 1890 Veterans Census was taken, although in 1990 John G Smith was listed in the 1st Civil Dist of Soddy-Daisy, Hamilton Co, TN.
(2). John G Smith's date of death is listed on Widows Veterans census of 1890; 1st Civ Dist; Soddy- Daisy; Hamilton Co, TN Application Number 507141; Certificate Number 335246. Death is listed as Mar 25, 1891.
Contact Name:  Ross E Johnson
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  6/22/2006
Company H
William W Headrick - Private   
gg-grandfather
Contact Name:  Larry Headrick
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  3/2/2011
Company I
Wilson H Absher - Private   
Born 1836 Hancock County, Tn./Died Apr 1865 Sinking of USS Sultana. Enlisted Mar. 1864, Knoxville, Tn. Captured alone with 900 others Sept, 1864 Sulphur Branch Trestle, Al. Prisoner of War Camp Cahaba, Al. Sept 1864 (7 Months in Prison). Released April 1864 and sent to Vicksburg, Miss for trip to Cairo, Ill. to Muster out. Boarded USS Sultana with 2400 other passengers. Sultana exploded above Memphis killing 1700 Union Soldiers. Boat overloaded due to greed, getting $5 per passenger. Wilson's widow Susanette and two kids received a Pension. Wilson two brothers Ezekiel served with the 43rd Tennessee Inf CSA, and John 1st Tennessee Art. Union died in Libby Prison.
Contact Name:  Eddie Elkins
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  2/3/2018
Company I
Wilson Abshur - Private   
No Comments

Contact Name:  Neta M Stierheim
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  11/19/2016
Company K
Isaac Burnett - Quarter Master   
My 3rd great grandfather
Contact Name:  Kathy Donaldson
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Contact Homepage:  3rd TN Calvary Union
Date Added:  10/25/2018
Company L
Daniel Dyer - Private   
Enisted 03-12-1864; Served until being discharged on 08-03-1865. His brother John, served in the 62nd North Carolina, C.S.A.. A true story of 'Brother Against Brother.'
Contact Name:  Jeffrey Dyer
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  2/15/2010
Company L
Ferdinand Jett - 2nd Lieutenant   
His twin brother served in the 3rd Confederate Cavalry
Contact Name:  Phil Lingle
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Contact Homepage:  brookings1
Date Added:  10/19/2011
Company L
Thomas Crayton (or Clayton) ? Land - Private   
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 Adjutant General State of Tennessee says, He was one among almost 500 men of the 3rd TN Cavalry captured by Forrest at Sulfur Branch Trestle, AL. on Sept.24, 1864 and later exchanged. The Adjutant General's report also has him being killed in the explosion of the Steamer 'Sultana', Memphis, TN. April 27, 1865. On Oct.12, 1869, his mother filed for a Federal Pension based on his service.

Contact Name:  Glenn Land
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  4/16/2018
Company L
Isaac N. Smith - Private   
Isaac N. Smith,
b. 01 May 1843 Meigs Co., TN.
d. 12 August 1918 Evensville, Rhea Co., TN.
buried: 13 August 1918.
Enlisted: 16 Jan 1864
Discharged: 14 June 1865
Disability Incurred: Chronic Diarrhea & Deafness.
Sources:
1. Union Veterans & Widows of the Civil War-Bledsoe Co., TN.
2. 1890 Veterans Census-Bledsoe Co., TN.
3. Bledsoians In The Civil War: compiled from various sources and lists men who enlisted from or who were living in Bledsoe Co., TN. at the time the 1890 Veterans Census was taken.
4. Tennesseans In The Civil War-Union Military History: Federal Military Rosters: 3rd TN Cav Co., 'L'
Contact Name:  Pamela McKinney-Smith
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  6/8/2006
© 2020 - MilitaryHistoryOnline.com LLC