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2nd Cpl Milo Deaton
5th Alabama Infantry - Co. I  
Milo was from Grove Hill, Clark Co. Ala. At age 23 he enlisted in the 'Grove Hill Guards' until 1 Jan 1862 when it became Co I 5th Regt. Ala. Inf. He was wounded in the battle of Boonesboro, Maryland in 14 Sept and sent on wounded furlough. He rejoined his unit and appears on a POW listing dated 10 June 1865. He was the husband of my 6th cousin 3 x removed.
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 1/16/2019
Pvt John Young Lyles
21st Alabama Infantry - Co. H  
John was from Shiloh, Marengo Co Ala. Only one card is in his archival file. No date of enlistment but he was 27 in 1860. He is on a list of POW's paroled at Meridian MIssissippi on 14 May 1865 which lists him as being in Co H 21st Alabama Infantry and residing in Shiloh, Marengo Co Ala. He was the husband of my 5th cousin 4 x removed.
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 1/15/2019
Pvt James D. Agee
21st Alabama Infantry - Co. C  
James was age 20 when he enlisted from Marengo Co Ala. Enlisted 17 Feb 1863. Mustered in at Mobile, Ala, Saw action at Fort Pillow, Shiloh & Farmington. His unit was posted at Fort Morgan on Mobile Bay. He died there of pneumonia in the Post Hospital on 2 Dec 1863. He is probably buried on those grounds. He was my 6th cousin 3 times removed. Deo Vindice
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 1/15/2019
Pvt Oliver Green Grayson
43rd Alabama Infantry - Co. A  
Oliver was 20 years old from Marengo Co Ala. He has 2 cards in his archival file. Enlisted 11 March 1862 in Marengo by Capt J R Jones for 3 years. He was captured and sent as POW to Rock Island Illinois where he died. There are two Oliver Grayson's in this cem. one Oliver Grayson in grave # 64 and an Oliver G Grayson in grave # 17. The unit on the stone is Co H 27th Miss Inf. Their is an Oliver G...
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 1/15/2019
Cpl John W. Miller
71st Indiana Infantry - Co. H  
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 -- Entered by Ed Miller on 1/14/2019
Pvt William M. Wood
24th Alabama Infantry - Co. A  
William was born in Florida. At age 23 he was in Mobile Ala. He enlisted 3 Nov 1861 at Fort Morgan, Mobile. He has 9 CMR cards in his archival file. Saw action in most of the battles. 1 April 1864 he is camped at Dalton Ga. Unit moved into the Carolna's and 'Swallowed the Yellow Dog' & was paroled at Greensboro, NC on 1 May 1865. He was in Sharps Brigade, D.H. Hills Division, S.D. Lee's Corps. His...
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 1/9/2019
Pvt George W. Tagert
3rd Alabama Infantry - Co. E  
George was 19 Years old living in Mobile Ala. He enlisted there for 1 year on 20 Sept 1861. He reenlisted and served the entire war. He was captured at Petersburg, Va on 2 April 1865 and released on 10 June 1865 after 'Swallowing the Yellow Dog' The Regimental History of the 3rd Regiment is very remarkable in the scope and endurance of this heroic unit. George was my 5rh cousin several times remo...
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 1/8/2019
Pvt Abner Curtis
11th Mississippi Cavalry - Co. D  
This unit was formed from several scattered and depleted Cavalry and mounted Vol companies on 14 June 1862 in Greensboro, Choctaw Co Miss on 14 June 1862 Including Capt J. B. Dunn's Miss Cavalry aka [Rangers]. Abner was a member of Capt. Dunn's unit having enlisted 12 July 1862. He re enlisted 21 Nov 1863 at Lewisvile, Miss. He survived the illegal invasion and died 24 Nov 1887 in Bluff Chapel, Ch...
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 1/8/2019
Pvt Patrick Timmons
19th Indiana Infantry - Co. F   
Patrick was a cousin to my great great grandmother Eudora Timmons. He enlisted in the 19th when the unit was formed in 1861 and was present and accounted for until July 1, 1863 when he became missing in action during the retreat to higher ground on the first day of the battle of Gettysburg. He was never reported as a prisoner of war and perhaps lies in one of the many unknown graves in th...
-- Entered by Paul Wingerter on 1/8/2019
Capt Benjamin Joseph Kizer
26th Mississippi Infantry - Co. K  
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 -- Entered by Kevin Thomas Kizer on 1/8/2019
Pvt John Wesley Tagert
Mobile Squadron  
John was previously assigned to Co I 42nd Alabama Infantry. He was seriously wounded in the left ankle by a Minnie Ball. Probably at either the Forth Hills skirmish or Hankinson's Ferry battle Miss. Being a skilled carpenter he was re assigned to the CSA Navy at Mobile Ala until the end of the war. He was my 6rh cousin 3 x removed. He finally had to have his left leg amputated to get relief from ...
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 1/6/2019
Pvt John Wesley Tagert
42nd Alabama Infantry - Co. I  
John was 25 years old when he joined Co I 42nd Ala Infantry Regiment when it was formed 12 May 1862 at Columbus Miss. He fought at Corinth on the 3,4, & 5th Oct. in Moore's Brigade, Maurey's Division. From late Oct. 1862 until mid May 1863 he is involved in hot skirmishes along the Miss. Central RR. from Bolivia. Tenn to Coffeeville, Miss. during [ Grants Central Miss Campaign]. Fought at 40 Hills...
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 1/6/2019
1 Lt William Pinckney McGee
1st Alabama Infantry - Co. B  
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 -- Entered by Lana Harrelson on 1/6/2019
Lafayette Smith
25th Virginia Cavalry  
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 -- Entered by Beth Smith on 1/5/2019
Pvt John H. Dougherty
61st North Carolina Infantry - Co. C   
Enlisted in Company C, North Carolina 61st Infantry Regiment on 08 Mar 1862. Mustered out on 12 Dec 1863 at Kenansville. He is my 2nd great grandfather.
-- Entered by Mike Daugherty on 1/3/2019
1st Sgt Samuel William McDANNALD
44th Missouri Infantry - Co. I  
Nephew of 2nd Lt. Daniel Webster McDannald who served with him in the 44th Missouri.
-- Entered by Dean Willows on 1/3/2019
4th Cpl Jeremiah Taylor DeVan
8th Alabama Cavalry - Co. E  
Jeremiah was about 16 Years old when he enlisted in the Spring of 1864. Joining his brother Benjamin In Co E 8th Regt. Ala. Cavalry. He was from Clifton, Wilcon Co. Ala. His unit surrendered at Citronelle Ala, 4 May 1865. He has 2 cards in his archival file.
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 1/3/2019
Pvt George Dallas Moore
55th Alabama Infantry - Co. B  
George was 14 when the war began. He enlisted at age 18 in 1864. He was in the unit with 2 older brothers. John & Judge Lewis, He was captured along with his brothers at Glenville, Ala. on 22 Sept 1864 and sent to Louisville Military Prison and on to Camp Douglas, Chicago Illinois. He swallowed the 'Yellow Dog' and was discharged 17 June 1865. He is the brother in law of my 6th cousin 3 x removed....
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 1/2/2019
Pvt John O Perry Moore
55th Alabama Infantry - Co. B  
John was born in South Carolina, Family migrated to Georgia and on into Ala. He was 20 years old when he enlisted in Snodgrass's Regiment 1 Feb 1862 at Pine Bluff. He was captured at Galesville, Alabama on 22 Oct 1864 and sent to the Military Prison at Lousiville, KY and on to Camp Chase in Chicago, Ill. He was discharged 7 May 1865. He had two other brothers who served with him in this unit. They...
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 1/2/2019
Pvt James Pearl
11th Alabama Infantry - Co. A  
James was born in Anson County NC in May of 1828. He died 30 Jan 1915 in Lamison, Wilcox Co. Ala. He enlisted 1 Mar 1862 in Lemison, for the war. His base pay was $11.00 per month. His Archival records are a series of being detailed. as a Carpenter, Engineer and Hospital duty. His hospital duty was at Wayside Hosp. #4 at Richmond aka 'Howard's Grove. 16 Dec 1863 he is granted a furlough. The Regim...
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 1/1/2019
Pvt Benjamin Eugene DeVan Jr
8th Alabama Cavalry - Co. E  
Benjamin was 17 when he enlisted in the new unit formed in April 1864. Joining with Hatch's Battalion. Under command of General Pillow. Saw heavy action at Lafayette, & Rome Georgia. Moved to West Florida. Surrendered at Gainsville Fla. The data for Benjamin comes from the Pension Application submitted by his 2nd wife Frances J Pearl. He died in Lamison, Alabama on 28 Oct 1906. He was my 6th cousi...
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 1/1/2019
William Bailey Royall
55th North Carolina Infantry - Co. I  
I have seen William Bailey Royall’s last name misspelled as “Ryall.” His father, also William Royall, served as regimental chaplain early in the war. I am interested to know which battles W.B. Royall fought in and if he was present at Appomattox.
-- Entered by John Auten on 1/1/2019
3rd Cpl John Bernard DeVan
37th Alabama Infantry - Co. D  
John Was about 19 years old when he enlisted 9 April 1862 in Capt Slayton's Company. 37th Regt. Alabama Infantry. Mustered in on 30 June 1862 at Auburn, Lee Co. Ala. for 3 years or the war. Captured at Vicksburg and paroled. Paroled at Greensboro N. C. on 1 May 1865. 1100 men took the field and only 300 hundred were present when the unit flags were furled. Deo Vindice Battles: Iuka, Corinth, Chic...
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 1/1/2019
Pvt Solomon D. Carter
49th Kentucky Mounted Infantry - Co. K  
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 -- Entered by Brad Carter on 12/31/2018
Pvt John Dabney Palmer
36th Alabama Infantry - Co. A  
John Dabney Palmer was about 15 years old when he joined his brother Luke in Co A 36th Alabama Infantry. His experiences parelle's his brothers experience. Having been captured the same day at Spanish Fort Ala.
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 12/31/2018
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