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10th US Infantry      
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Robert Chaffee Morgan - Lt. Colonel   
Not a relative, but I possess his membership medal from the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States (MOLLUS). A native of Oswego, New York, he served in the 10th U.S. Infantry in Mexico in 1847-48.

He was commissioned a Captain and Ass't. QM, 18 June 1862, and breveted Major and Lt. Col. of Volunteers, 13 March 1865. He was mustered out 1 October 1867. Robert died on 27 January 1884 in Washington, D.C.

In 1866 he became Companion #00355 in the MOLLUS.
Contact Name:  Jeffry Burden
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Contact Homepage:  http://suvcw.org/mollus/pcinc/jcburden.htm
Date Added:  3/14/2011
Company B
George F Ely - Private   
George F Ely was my Maternal Great Great Grandfather. He enlisted March 1864 and died at Salisbury, NC Confederate Prison 12/6/1864. Speculation allows that he may have been captured at the Battle of Globe Tavern, August 19, 1864. Speculation also considers the fact that his death on Dec 6, 1864 may have been a result of the prisoner revolt at Salisbury Prison on November 25, 1864.
Contact Name:  Philip W Renninger
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Date Added:  8/26/2005
Company D
Tuthill Reeves Coleman - Private   
From Tuthill Reeves Coleman''s Bible

I left my home in the spring of 1860. Enlisted in the army at Leavenworth Kansas Ter. May 30th 1860. Went as far east as virinia. Arrived May 1 1863 at the battle of chancellorville.
Wounded at Gettysburg July 2nd 1863.

Was honorably discharged at No. 47 Bleecher street may 30 1865
Contact Name:  John Epperson
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Date Added:  5/10/2005
Company D
John Hooten - Sergeant   
MArried to my great-great aunt, Mary Ann Moore, sister of Jane Moore, wife of Patrick McNamara.
Contact Name:  Patrick McNamara
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Date Added:  11/1/2004
Company D
Patrick McNamara - Sergeant   
Musician, Sargeant in charge of band. Played cornet.
Contact Name:  Patrick McNamara
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Date Added:  11/1/2004
Company D
William Robertson (Robi(n)son - Private   
Born 1840/41 in Elizabethtown, Canada. Enlished July 2, 1862. Lived in Jackson County, Ohio after the war, where he married. Do not know where he died or is buried.
Contact Name:  Sandy Fackler
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Date Added:  6/4/2004
Company G
William Rosa - Unknown   
A William Rosa did serve in Company G., 10th Infantry, Regular Army. I am working to find proof that this William Rosa was the same person as William Harrison Rosa, son of Esek Hartshorn and Juliette P. (nee Halstead) Rosa, born 12 Jan 1835 in Cincinnati, Ohio. William Harrison Rosa was reported to have been a Major in the Union army during the Civil War, assigned to the Quartermaster Corps, and was stationed near Batesville, Arkansas in Independence County, where he later settled. A listing of the enlisted men who served in the 10th Infantry, Regular Army is found on the Civil War Virtual Archives Homepage at http://www.usregulars.com/usarmy/!10usroster.html; William Rosa's rank is not stated. I am not sure that a Major would be among a list of enlisted men. If anyone has any information regarding William Rosa, please contact me.
Contact Name:  Vicki Klein
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Date Added:  5/19/2008
Company I
William Myers - Private   
He enlisted 4 May 1855 and was honorably discharged 22 Nov. 1862. Later service in the 26th New York Cavalry. He is buried in the United States Soldiers’ and Airmen’s Home National Cemetery in Washington, D. C. He is my Great-Great-Great grandfather.
Contact Name:  Christopher Douglas
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Date Added:  3/3/2021
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