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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
Pvt Thomas Walter Stephens
39th Georgia Infantry - Co. D  
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 -- Entered by barbara langdon on 8/11/2018
4th Cpl James Marion Browning
43rd Georgia Infantry - Co. D  
Just found out I am related to this fine man, I am the great grandson of Charles Roy browning, the grandson of James Marion Browning.
-- Entered by Kenneth D Swaim Jr on 8/10/2018
Pvt William Henry Callaway
2nd Arkansas Mounted Rifles - Co. F   
Was Born in Madison Co. Ga. He was living in Arkadelphia, Arkansas when he enlisted 27 July 1861. He was 33 years old. Enlisted at Camp McRae by Capt McRae. He was discharged by Surgeons Certificate of disability on 15 Sept 1862. He then moved to Brewer, Freestone Co. Texas where he died in 1893. He was the Father in Law of my 1st cousin 4 x removed Sarah Ann Tolson 1857 - 1898. On my mothers side...
-- Entered by Phillip Thomas on 8/9/2018
John Doak
6th Missouri Cavalry - Co. E  
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 -- Entered by robert m bolzendahl II on 8/9/2018
Cpl A. J. Lessley
6th Missouri Cavalry - Co. E  
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 -- Entered by robert m bolzendahl II on 8/9/2018
T. A. Lessley
6th Missouri Cavalry - Co. E  
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 -- Entered by robert II bolzendahl on 8/9/2018
William Alonzo Thompson
44th Georgia Infantry - Co. C  
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 -- Entered by Sheryl Watkins Elliott on 8/9/2018
Pvt Elmer E. Warhurst
22nd Iowa Infantry - Co. L  
Looking for army buddies that might remember serving with my father.
-- Entered by Tammy Warhurst on 8/9/2018
Pvt Columbus Burrell Melton
37th North Carolina Infantry  
According to Columbus Burrell Melton enlisted 1862 at age 25 and joined Thirty-seventh Infantry, Le-N.
-- Entered by Linda Johnson on 8/8/2018
Pvt Robert Thompson
15th Alabama Cavalry - Co. C  
My husband's GGreat-Grandpa signed up on April 15th 1861 in Stockton, Al. under Capt. T.C. Barlow. He served along side of my GGGrandpa, Hugh Caswell Richbourg and his brother-in-law, John Wesley Oliver. Hugh's older brother, James Samuel Richbourg also served the South as a Private in Tobin's Battery of Artillary, Confederate Calvary, Co.12, 15th Regt. Signed up in 1861 in Bayou LaBatre, Al. We...
-- Entered by Janie Kurt Thompson on 8/6/2018
Pvt John Wesley Oliver
15th Alabama Cavalry - Co. C  
J.W. Oliver was the brother-in-law to my GGGrandpa Hugh Caswell Richbourg and his brother, James Samuel Richbourg. He signed up for service in Stockton, Al. as a Volunteer in Co C 15th Regt. Was honorable discharged on May 9, 1865. He is also buried at Brushy Creek Methodist Church Cemetery in Lenox, Alabama, along side of his wife, GGreat-Aunt Mary Jane Richbourg and my GGreat Uncle, James Samuel...
-- Entered by Janie Thompson on 8/6/2018
Pvt James Samuel Richbourg
15th Alabama Cavalry  
Bryan Williams, I'm sorry, but I couldn't find the correct Unit to add my GGreatUncle's name, but he was the older brother of my GGGrandpa, Hugh Caswell Richbourg. James S. Richbourg was born Dec. 24th, 1836 & died Nov. 16th,1923, buried at Brushy Creek Church Cemetery, Lenox, Al. Enlisted Dragoons Camp, April 3rd, 1862 by Capt. Boyles, Mounted Volunteers. Later served in Co B, Murphy's Batn. Ala....
-- Entered by Janie Thompson on 8/6/2018
Pvt Hugh Caswell Richburg
15th Alabama Cavalry - Co. C  
Hugh Caswell Richburg was injured in the battle at Lovett's Creek, in Monroe County, Alabama when he was shot in the left leg, just below the knee & fell off his horse. He was run over by horses, breaking his right ankle and bones in his right hand. He recovered and return to his unit to serve till the end of the war. He was discharged at Claiborne, Ala. He had an older brother & a brother in law ...
-- Entered by Janie Thompson on 8/6/2018
Pvt James W. Rankin
32nd Arkansas Infantry - Co. K  
-- Entered by George Hill on 8/6/2018
Pvt James F. Hughes
84th Illinois Infantry - Co. E   
Entered military service with is brother William, on August 9, 1862, mustered September 1, 1862 Quincy, Illinois. DISCHARGED 1862 AT QUINCY ILL FOR DISABILITY. Record source Illinois Civil War Muster and Descriptive Rolls.
-- Entered by douglas cameron on 8/6/2018
Pvt William L. Hughes
84th Illinois Infantry - Co. E  
William entered military service August 9, 1862. He mustered September 1, 1862 and died in Nashville, Tennessee December 27, 1862.
-- Entered by douglas on 8/6/2018
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