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 Drum Maj Peter M Rich  
25th North Carolina Infantry - Co. C   
Peter was born in Buncombe Co. NC on 16 Nov 1841. He enlisted in Capt Samuel C Bryson's Co C 25th Regiment NC Infantry at Waynesville, NC on 31 May 1861. He is 19 years old. He is appointed Drum Manor 17 Oct 1861. Dec 1863 he is given extra duty as a shoemaker. 16 Aug he is given a weeks furlough from the General Hospital at Camp Winder at Richmond Va. [ No diagnosis given for hospital stay] His Regiment is attached to Ransom's Brigade. He is engaged in most to the major battles in Va. including Drewry's Bluff and the Petersburg siege. He died 31 Oct 1882 in Granbury, Hood Co. Texas. He was the Father in Law of my 3rd cousin 3 x removed.
  Ancestor added by phillip thomas on 11/20/2019
 Drum Mjr Peter M Rich  
25th North Carolina Infantry - Co. C   
Peter was born in Buncombe Co. NC on 16 Nov 1841. He enlisted in Capt Samuel C Bryson's Co C 25th Regiment NC Infantry at Waynesville, NC on 31 May 1861. He is 19 years old. He is appointed Drum Manor 17 Oct 1861. Dec 1863 he is given extra duty as a shoemaker. 16 Aug he is given a weeks furlough from the General Hospital at Camp Winder at Richmond Va. [ No diagnosis given for hospital stay] His Regiment is attached to Ransom's Brigade. He is engaged in most to the major battles in Va. including Drewry's Bluff and the Petersburg siege. He died 31 Oct 1882 in Granbury, Hood Co. Texas. He was the Father in Law of my 3rd cousin 3 x removed.
  Ancestor added by phillip thomas on 11/20/2019
 Pvt Theophilus Gandy  
8th Florida Infantry - Co. B   
Theophilus was born in Decatur Co. Georgia in 1842. He enlisted and was mustered on 10 May 1862 at Quincy Florida in Co B 8th Regiment Fla. Infantry. Perry's Brigade. He is detailed to the Division Pioneer Corps. He is engaged in 17 major battles beginning with 2nd Bull Run, Fredricksburg, Petersburg Campaign, Antitum, Hatcher's Run, Farmville,. His unit surrender at Appomattox 9 April 1865. He is my cousin.
  Ancestor added by phillip thomas on 11/19/2019
 Pvt David W Pitts  
1st Alabama Artillery - Co. F   
David was born in Newberry District SC. He enlisted 25 June 1863 in Co F 1st Battalion Ala Infantry which was stationed at Fort Morgan, Mobile Ala. His records show that for a short time he was attached to Co B 17th Ala. Infantry and on 13 June 1864 he was paid $100 bounty. He was captured at Fort Morgan and sent to as POW to Elmira, NY. arriving on 8 Oct 1864 he died of chronic diarrhoea. He was about 38 years old. Buried in grave # 887 at Woodlawn Cem. Elmira, NY . His effects were a pair of shoes and a hat. The Camp Commander Col Hoffman bragged that he had killed more rebels than any front line commander. We are related by marriage.
  Ancestor added by phillip thomas on 11/18/2019
 Pvt GEORGE WASHINGTON FITCH  
Captain T.C. Park's Company, Local Defense Troops - Co. G   
my 2ND great GF
paroled 7/8/1865 Vicksburg, MS.
buried in Madison County AR , Buckeye Cemetary
siblings
JOHN FITCH 1825-1903
WILLIAM FITCH 1826-1910
ISAAC FITCH 1828-1879
MARY A E FITCH 1830-1922
PHOEBE JANE "THELEY JANE" VELIA FITCH 1832-1922
WILEY FITCH 1833-UNK
SAMUEL FITCH 1835-1910
JOESEPH FITCH 1836-1880
THOMAS HENRY FITCH 1837-1922
GEORGE WASHINTON FITCH 1840-1933
-WIFE MARTHA JANE GARLAND 1845 TN-1910 AR
-(son) my great GF ANDREW JACKSON FITCH 1868 AR-1933 CA
CATHREN MATILDA VAUGHN 1869 AR -1951 CA
--GRANDFATHER- WILLIAM EARL FITCH 1897 AR-1968 AR
IRMA ALICE JOHNSON 1898-1991

  Ancestor added by TIM FITCH on 11/16/2019
 2 Lt James O Hattox  
Garland's Battalion Mississippi Cavalry - Co. F   
15 June 1825-16 July 1864. Mortally wounded during the Battle of Tupelo.
  Ancestor added by George Hill on 11/11/2019
 Pvt Jeremiah N Casey  
Home Guard, Alabama State Troops - Co. Z   
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  Ancestor added by Stephen Moyers Woodard on 11/10/2019
 Pvt William Wilson Allison Strickland  
61st Alabama Infantry - Co. K   
No Comments
  Ancestor added by Stephen Moyers Woodard on 11/10/2019
 Sgt Samuel B Strickland  
24th Alabama Infantry - Co. H   
No Comments
  Ancestor added by Stephen Moyers Woodard on 11/10/2019
 Maj John Cummings Browning  
Corps of Cadets, Virginia Military Institute - Co. G   
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  Ancestor added by Francis Browning on 11/9/2019
 1st Sgt Philip Donovan  
78th New York Infantry - Co. B   
The "78th Highlanders"
Enlisted in the 78th NY Infantry in 1861 in New York City at the age of 36. His records state that he was a Colour Bearer. He was wounded at Chancellorsville, May 3, 1863 and Peach Tree Creek, July 20, 1864.
Transferred with his regiment to the 102nd NY Infantry by consolidation, July 12, 1864. Mustered out with his Co on July 21, 1865.
  Ancestor added by Desna Donovan on 11/6/2019
 Pvt Benjamin Franklin Youngblood  
Garland's Battalion Mississippi Cavalry - Co. E   
Co E, 4th Reg't Mississippi Cavalry
Capt SD Ramsey's Co. March to June 30, 1864 - POW Citronelle, Al. May 4, 1865 paroled 5/15/65
  Ancestor added by Richard McPherson on 11/4/2019
 Pvt William Toney Youngblood  
Capt. Grace's Company Mississippi (State Troops) - Co. A   
No Comments
  Ancestor added by Richard McPherson on 11/4/2019
 Pvt Elisha Caswell Leaming  
50th Iowa Infantry - Co.   
18th Iowa Infantry
died of wounds on 6/14/1864, Battle of Stone River in Murfreesboro, Tennessee
  Ancestor added by Richard McPherson on 11/4/2019
 Pvt deleted deleted  
Searcy's Battalion, Missouri Sharpshooters - Co.   
No Comments
  Ancestor added by Richard McPherson on 11/4/2019
 Pvt Zachariah Leonides Norriss  
Capt. Grace's Company Mississippi (State Troops) - Co. B   
POW Nashville 12/15/1864, sent to Louisville Military Prison, died measles Camp Douglas 12/20/64
  Ancestor added by Richard McPherson on 11/4/2019
 Unk Newton E Norriss  
Capt. Grace's Company Mississippi (State Troops) - Co. B   
23rd Mississippi , Co B, 2nd reg. 1 Brigade
POW 2/16/62 Camp Douglas, Ft Donaldson, Paroled Vicksburg, Captured near Nashville 12/15/64
  Ancestor added by Richard McPherson on 11/4/2019
 Pvt James Andrew Norriss  
Capt. Grace's Company Mississippi (State Troops) - Co. B   
Adams Brigade
Captured at Vicksburg, exchanged and returned to service May 1865
  Ancestor added by Richard McPherson on 11/4/2019
 Maj Lewis Wilson Ball  
Capt. Grace's Company Mississippi (State Troops) - Co. F   
Reverend Lewis Ball, Company F and S.. Col, Capt., Major.
Killed at Corinth, MS, wounded 6/23/64 Lovejoy Station, GA..
Descendent of Mary (Ball) Washington, mother of George Washington.
  Ancestor added by Richard McPherson on 11/4/2019
 Pvt Washington Wilson Ball  
Capt. Grace's Company Mississippi (State Troops) - Co. I   
Cherry Creek, MS, POW Falling Waters, MD 7/14/63 Old Capitol Prison, Wash DC to 6/65 Pnt Lookout

Descendent of Mary (Ball) Washington, mother of George Washington.
  Ancestor added by Richard McPherson on 11/4/2019
 Pvt Franklin Wilson Ball  
Capt. Grace's Company Mississippi (State Troops) - Co. I   
Cherry Creek Rifles, 19, Farmer, killed in action at Gettysburg, 7/1/1863, also sick hospital 1862, (served with my 3rd great grandfather (Samuel Addison Campbell). Grandson of Rev. War hero Capt. Lewis Ball, descendent of Mary (Ball) Washington , mother of George Washington.
  Ancestor added by Richard McPherson on 11/4/2019
 Lt William Wilson McPherson  
Capt. Grace's Company Mississippi (State Troops) - Co.   
POW @ Falling Water 7/14/1863 Exchanged 11/01/1864 POW Point Lookout 4/2/1865 Release 6/9/1865
  Ancestor added by Richard McPherson on 11/4/2019
 Pvt William Wharton McPherson  
Searcy's Battalion, Missouri Sharpshooters - Co. D   
Killed Battle of Wilson Creek
  Ancestor added by Richard McPherson on 11/4/2019
 Sgt Thomas Benton McPherson  
Corps of Cadets, Virginia Military Institute - Co. C   
Craig Co., VA
Pickett's Charge/ Longstreet Wounded POW, battle of Williamsburg, battle of Seven Pines, seven days battle at Richmond, Gettysburg and Fredericksburg

  Ancestor added by Richard McPherson on 11/4/2019
 Sgt Matthew Washington McPherson  
Corps of Cadets, Virginia Military Institute - Co. K   
From Craig County, VA. , wounded 3x -Surrendered @ Appomattox w/Lee, sick 6/64 Diarrhea,
  Ancestor added by Richard McPherson on 11/4/2019
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