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Pvt John Edgar Joyner
47th North Carolina Infantry - Co. G  
John Edgar Joyner also recorded as JE Joyner 1841-1896 47th NC co. G Resided in Franklin co, NC, enlisted at age 20 Captured near Petersburg VA April 2 1865 Released from Point Lookout June 28 1865
 
-- Entered by Jeremy Joyner on 5/24/2019
Capt Newton White
McCord's Frontier Regiment Texas Cavalry - Co. G  
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 -- Entered by Lars Stanley on 5/23/2019
Pvt Andrew Jackson Piatt
13th West Virginia Infantry - Co. G  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Jeannie on 5/23/2019
Sgt Lorenzo Dow Davenport
15th New Jersey Infantry - Co. K  
Burried Stockholm nj
 
-- Entered by Jim mccarty on 5/22/2019
Alcibrades Ray
19th Alabama Infantry  
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 -- Entered by Charles Blakley on 5/21/2019
Pvt Calis C. Miller
18th South Carolina Infantry - Co. A  
Looking for information on Calis Miller brother Burr (napolean Miller.
 
-- Entered by Jessie Lewis Matthews on 5/20/2019
Pvt William E Sutton
5th South Carolina Infantry - Co. F  
Looking for any information about William Sutton
 
-- Entered by Jessie Lewis Matthews on 5/20/2019
1st Sgt Ervin Milton Land
2nd Arkansas Mounted Rifles - Co. H  
Born in Madison County,Ky. 2nd son of William Henry & Jane Warren Land. His brothers, John & William fought for the Union. Enlisted 4 Aug 1861 at Crane Creek, Missouri. Promoted 23 Feb 1863. Wounded 28 Jul 1864 at Ezra Church, Ga. On the hospital rolls at Meridian, Mississippi 4 Feb 1865. Died in Crawford County, Missouri, May 28, 1919.
 
-- Entered by Glenn Land on 5/20/2019
Pvt William Jackson Land
17th Indiana Infantry - Co. A  
Residence Greensburg IN; Enlisted and mustered on 6/12/1861 as a Private into Company A 17th Indiana Infantry / 26th Indiana Light Artillery. He was Mustered Out on 5/22/1864. I believe he then: Re-enlisted and mustered on 2/1/1865 as a Private into 'D' Co. Indiana 144th Infantry. He was Mustered Out on 8/5/1865. William died in Crawford County, Missouri, November 30, 1919
 
-- Entered by Glenn Land on 5/20/2019
Pvt John Henry Land
4th Kentucky Infantry - Co. E  
Andersonville survivor, Oldest son Robert Jackson & Mary Ann McKinney Land of Estill, County,Ky. John enlisted on 8/6/1861 at Camp Dick Robinson in Kentucky. On 10/9/1861 he mustered into Company E 4th Ky Infantry Infantry. At Chickamauga, the 4th lost 13 of 19 officers, and 160 enlisted men killed or wounded. In January 1864 the men that 're-upped' after the expiration of their initial enlistmen...
 
-- Entered by Glenn Land on 5/20/2019
Cpl William Henry Head
46th Georgia Infantry - Co. B   
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 -- Entered by Jimmy Head on 5/20/2019
2nd Sgt Thomas M. Hoge
8th Virginia Cavalry - Co. F  
SGT Hoge was my great-great uncle on my grandmother's maternal side.
 
-- Entered by Rolfe L Hillman III on 5/16/2019
1 Lt Alexander H. Hoge
28th Virginia Infantry - Co. I  
LT Hoge was my great-great uncle on my grandmother's maternal side.
 
-- Entered by Rolfe L Hillman III on 5/16/2019
Sgt William M. Hillman
48th Virginia Infantry - Co. E  
Sergeant William M. Hillman of Scott County was my great-great grandfather.
 
-- Entered by Rolfe L Hillman III on 5/16/2019
Fielding B. Steele
40th Kentucky Infantry - Co. I  
I am not a relative, but believe his daughter married a relative. His pension application was filed in 1883 and can be seen at: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33SQ-GYM6-HRK?i=3635&cc=1919699
 
-- Entered by John Powers on 5/14/2019
Pvt William Edwards
29th North Carolina Infantry - Co. G  
Enlisted in Company G, North Carolina 29th Infantry Regiment on 26 Jul 1861.Mustered out on 05 Nov 1861. North Carolina Troops 1861-65, A Roster Yancey County, North Carolina Birth 1829 32 26 July 1861 Private Yancey County, North Carolina Survived the War? No
 
-- Entered by Margaret Richardson on 5/12/2019
Pvt Charles S. Parrish
53rd Alabama Infantry - Co. D  
Parish, Charles BATTLE UNIT NAME: 53rd Regiment, Alabama Partisan Rangers SIDE: Confederacy COMPANY: D SOLDIER'S RANK IN: Private SOLDIER'S RANK OUT: Private ALTERNATE NAME: Charles/Parrish FILM NUMBER: M374 ROLL 34 https://www.nps.gov/civilwar/search-soldiers-detail.htm?soldierId=53D61EC1-DC7A-DF11-BF36-B8AC6F5D926A
 
-- Entered by Tom Watkins on 5/11/2019
Cpl James E. Post
128th New York Infantry - Co. F  
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 -- Entered by Richard McLoughlin on 5/11/2019
Pvt Robert Bolling Allison
Hampton Legion - Co. E  
No Comments
 -- Entered by Allison George on 5/10/2019
Francis R. Gibson
1st Minnesota Infantry - Co. G  
Francis R. Gibson joined the First Minnesota Infantry as a volunteer. He was a Wagoner during the Civil War.
 
-- Entered by Susan Gibson on 5/9/2019
Pvt Franklin Parnell
46th North Carolina Infantry - Co. A  
Franklin in my Ggg Grandfather
 
-- Entered by Charlotte Enloe on 5/9/2019
Pvt John Hamilton Prescott
8th Florida Infantry - Co. I  
John was 22 y/o Enlisted at Camp Hunt, Jacksonville, Florida on 12 May 1862 for the war. Enlisted by Capt. Pot's. He is described as 5'9 with fair complexion, Light hair and blue eyes. He was severely wounded in the left thigh by shell fragments in the fight at Chancellorsville and was medically discharged 21 Oct 1864 after a long absence on wounded furlough. He was assigned to the Invalid Corps. ...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 5/7/2019
Pvt Lot Sinclair
4th North Carolina Cavalry - Co. A  
Lot was 34 years old when he enlisted 1 May 1863 at Wadesboro, Anson County, NC for the war. Co A 4th NC Cavalry [ 59th State Troops]. He was seriously wounded 8 June 1863 at Madison's Cross Roads, Va. and sent to Lynchburg Hosp. He never recovered. Sent on wounded furlough on 20 Oct 1863 for 60 days. The last CMR Aug 1864 finds him still recovering at home on wounded furlough. We are related by m...
 
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 5/6/2019
Pvt John Thomas Pribble
11th Virginia Infantry - Co. B  
My Great Great Grandfather
 
-- Entered by Kevin Parker on 5/6/2019
Pvt Sylvester Cline
16th Louisiana Infantry - Co. A  
Sylvester was originally from Randolph Co. Alabama but moved to Texas.Sylvester joined the 16th. Louisiana and after the war returned to Texas and was a farmer.Sylvester passed away in 1909
 
-- Entered by Jim Cline on 5/5/2019
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