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TimestampName of soldierRankName of organization, or state from which they servedAllegianceAny details that might be helpful?Your nameInterestEmail address or other contact information
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8/7/2012 22:18:02abraham b. towerpvt, corporalcompany g, 93 indiana infantryUnionparents: Sarah Vest (Monroe) Tower and Jonathan Warren Tower
1837 to 1930
Vicksburg, then captured Battle of Brice's Crossroad
Andersonville prisoner
Virginia AllainGenealogistvallain@verizon.net
Virginia Allain
603-522-2039
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8/8/2012 11:12:46William L. GriffinSgtNC 63rdConfederateEnlisted as Corporal, surrendered as 3rd Sgt. The 63rd became the 5th NC Cavalry when it was folded into the ANV. Parents were Anderson and Sallie Griffin, from Rockingham County NC. He was my great-great-grandfather. Virginia S. WoodResearcher writing for publicationCivilWarWriter@att.net
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8/8/2012 11:44:33Joel HarrisConfederateFrom pittsylvania county birginiaCathy HarrisGenealogistCathy1957@gmail.com
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8/8/2012 12:09:07John William JoycePvt.21st N.C. Inf.Confederatewife: Frances Martin Joyce
John fought at Drewrys' Bluff, VA., Gettysburg, PA., last battle where he was wounded was Fort Stedman at Petersburg, VA. on March 25th 1965. He died in Petersburg in the Fairgrounds Hospital in 1865 and is buried there.
John was my 3rd great grandfather.
He also had a brother in the same Company and regiment. His name was Livingston Joyce. He died in a hospital in Richmond, VA. They were both in Company L.
Dee ReynoldsGenealogistdee4@tds.net
I am so excited to find this website!!!!
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8/8/2012 12:17:53Mathias D. Braypvt.44th Infantry N.C. Company EConfederateHis wife was Mary Allred Bray.
Mathias was born in 1817 in Randolph County, N.C. and he died 18 Sept. 1863 in Richmond, VA. He is buried at Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond, VA.
He was in Company E.
Dee ReynoldsGenealogistdee4@tds.net
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8/10/2012 20:14:10Jabez B. Callahan2nd Sgt.16th N.C Reg..UnionMAY 21, 1862 Battle of Seven Pines...Aug.9, 1862 Battle in Cedar Run
Aug 29 & 30, 1862 Battle of 2nd Manassas...Sept. 1, Battle of Ox Hill and others
Linda GibbsCivil War enthusiastlindadgibbs@hotmail.com
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8/11/2012 20:27:01Daniel W. MoneyPvtNorth CarolinaConfederateJames MoneyGenealogistjgmoney@roadrunner.com
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9/1/2012 23:07:17Mathias MitzelPvtMaryland CavalryNot sureBuried at Arlington, think he died of consumption??
He was my great great grandfather
I beleive he was from Railroad, Pa.
PS-Love your collections!!! I could spend hours reading your stuff! tnx-Patty
Patricia A. RobinsonGenealogistPattyhomeloans@aol.com
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9/6/2012 22:40:44william st jamesil.Not suredavid st james srmagic_143@hotmail.com
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10/28/2012 22:57:25Daniel PottsPvt, Sgt81st Ohio InfantryUnionFought at Shiloh and Atlanta.David FooteCivil War enthusiastfoote@suite224.net
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10/30/2012 3:33:11Silas DoolittlePrivate75th New York InfantryUnionHe was a farmer from Wolcott, New York, who enlisted at age 18 on September 21, 1861 as a private and mustered into Co. H, 75th New York Infantry. He was mustered out of service on August 31, 1865, at Savannah, GA. The largest battle that he fought at was at Port Hudson, Louisiana. He wrote home to his mother, brother and sisters in New York during the war. Garret OgataCivil War enthusiastgomaninhawaii2@yahoo.com
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11/17/2012 14:30:52William H PyronConfederateGil CamachoGenealogistgilmac2006@gmail.com
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11/17/2012 14:31:17James A PyronConfederateGil CamachoGenealogistgilmac2006@gmail.com
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2/16/2013 13:31:42Fernando K. HawkinsPvt.131st Penn. Inf Co. K and 39th Penn Inf Co. IUnionFather is John Hawkins who served in the 7th Michigan Calvalry, Company M. These gentlemen are my 3rd and 4th Great Grandfathers.John SilowskyGenealogistmijohn857@yahoo.com
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4/6/2013 8:31:00George W. Edmondsoncorporal127th, company GUnionSamuel & Malinda Edmondson
1836-1922
Bill WebbGenealogisteva5273@yahoo.com
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4/6/2013 20:17:43Merritt Woods Seamans1st Lt.110th N.Y. InfantryUnionParents were Stephen and Mary Seamans. He was born 8 May 1833 Winfield N.Y. Died, 14 Feb 1881 Igo, Shasta, California. Enlisted at age 25. He was at the Battle of Port Hudson. At Fausse Point, L.A., he was in command of his company as of Sept. 2, 1863. From 1864 to 1865 he was stationed at Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas, Florida. He made numerous trips to Key West on court marshal detail. He was in charge of transporting prisoners to New Orleans for exchange. He was mustered out 28 Aug 1865. Lynne MallResearcher writing for publicationmeadhobby@verizon.net
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4/12/2013 16:16:29Aaron SaundersPvt.1st Maine Heavy ArtilleryUnionCompany G; Mortally wounded at Petersburg, VA. June 18, 1864. He came from Orland, Maine. Left his widow, Tryphosia (Gross) and four children; two boys, two girls. The baby girl, Lizzie, not quite 2 years old, eventually became my great-grandmother.John HeathCivil War enthusiastjahmaine@hotmail.com
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