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Capt Henry Batterton
47th Iowa Infantry  
Lot 290-N Davenport City Cemetery
 
-- Entered by Kory Darnall on 8/21/2018
Pvt Drewry William Bridges
15th Kentucky Cavalry - Co. B   
Great Great Great Grandfather. Brother to Cullen Thomas and William Bridges of the 'Orphan Brigade'. Drewry enlisted when Woodward reformed his unit Dec. 9th 1862 following the death of youngest brother, William Bridges, shortly after the battle of Shiloh. While it is not known for sure, the William's death may have played a role in Drewry's decision to enlist.
 
-- Entered by Anthony Davis on 8/21/2018
John Cissell
129th Indiana Infantry - Co. B  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Patricia Cissell on 8/20/2018
Robert Cissell
80th Indiana Infantry - Co. B  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Patricia Cissell on 8/20/2018
Pvt Wilhelm Gruenwald
12th Missouri Infantry - Co. I  
Buried in Lot 237-N, Davenport, Iowa City Cemetery.
 
-- Entered by Kory Darnall on 8/20/2018
Simeon Maples
21st Alabama Infantry  
I am looking for any information
 
-- Entered by Della Maples Morgan on 8/19/2018
Pvt John Howard Underwood
22nd Georgia Infantry - Co. B   
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 -- Entered by Dietrua Pattillo on 8/19/2018
Harrison Houston
4th New Hampshire Infantry - Co. K  
Dover Directory
 
-- Entered by Nola Connors on 8/18/2018
Pvt Riley Harper
1st Michigan Infantry - Co. B  
Joined in Flint, Mi. Jan. 4, 1864. Mustered out Jan. 21, 1865. Mi. Volunteers-1861-65
 
-- Entered by Richard Allen on 8/18/2018
Artificer Eli Bush
1st Michigan Engineers  
GG grandfather. Enlisted 9-6-1861 age 42. Promoted to Full Artificer. Discharged 4-3-1862. Gobles, Mi.
 
-- Entered by Richard Allen on 8/18/2018
Pvt Bernard Durkin
10th Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. H  
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 -- Entered by Patricia Rogge on 8/18/2018
Pvt John Gurganus Franklin
28th Alabama Infantry - Co. L  
He was captured at Orchard Knob in November 1863 and released from Rock Island about April 1865
 
-- Entered by Roger Appling on 8/17/2018
Pvt James H. Cook
1st Tennesse Infantry (Turney's - Provisional Army) - Co. D  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Steven Cooke on 8/17/2018
1st Sgt Hasting M. Todd
13th Alabama Infantry - Co. C  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Robert Harper on 8/16/2018
Pvt Jefferson Bryant
2nd Indiana Cavalry - Co. L  
Co.L 2nd Indiana Cavalry Mustered in September 25, 1861 died at home in 1862 Residence Fayette County, Indiana
 
-- Entered by Roger Bryant on 8/16/2018
Pvt Daniel Bryant
54th Indiana Infantry - Co. K  
Daniel had transferred into the 54th Indiana Infantry from the 50th and 52nd Indiana Volunteer Infantry. His relatives also served with the 50th, 52nd, and 140th Indiana Infantry Regiments.
 
-- Entered by Roger Bryant on 8/16/2018
Pvt James K.P. Bryant
140th Indiana Infantry - Co. K  
James Bryant served in Co. K 140th Indiana Infantry, his relatives Daniel, Thomas, and Robert Bryant who also served with the 50th and 52nd Indiana Volunteer Infantry. James was mustered in 1864 and mustered out 1865.
 
-- Entered by Roger Bryant on 8/16/2018
Pvt Robert Bryant
50th Indiana Infantry - Co. E  
Robert Bryant relative of Daniel and Thomas Bryant who both served in this unit and later were transferred to the 52nd Indiana Volunteer Infantry, Robert was buried in Olney, Illinois
 
-- Entered by Roger Bryant on 8/16/2018
Jesse Lard
33rd Mississippi Infantry  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Lisa on 8/14/2018
Alexander A. Hogland
29th Alabama Infantry - Co. F  
10/21/1839 - 5/9/1923 My 4th great grandfather. After the war he worked as a farmer, blacksmith, and coffin maker.
 
-- Entered by Nick on 8/13/2018
Pvt John Franklin Hamilton
44th Virginia Infantry - Co. F  
J.F. Hamilton was shot by two minnie balls below the right knee on 14 Oct 1864 at Bristoe Station. Both bones were broken and he was incapacitated due to the wound.
 
-- Entered by Suzanne on 8/12/2018
Pvt Harris C. Hamilton
34th North Carolina Infantry - Co. K  
Harris was killed at Gaines Mill, Virginia on 27 June 1862.
 
-- Entered by Suzanne on 8/12/2018
Pvt Jesse Martin Luther
28th North Carolina Infantry - Co. E   
Jesse M. Luther died in Ruthville, Tennessee, on 19 April 1915.
 
-- Entered by Suzanne on 8/12/2018
Pvt Samuel Augustus Medlock
15th South Carolina Infantry - Co. K  
1828-1917 Enlisted 30 March 1862. Paroled 26 April 1865. Wounded at the Battle of Sharpsburg.
 
-- Entered by George Hill on 8/12/2018
Pvt Rudolph Bare
26th North Carolina Infantry - Co. A  
No Comments
 -- Entered by jeffrey BARE on 8/11/2018
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