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 Pvt Thomas Jefferson Geary  
16th Ohio Infantry - Co. I   
Thomas Jefferson Geary entered service on Apr 1861 and served until he was discharged Aug 1861. Thomas was born near Hayesville, Vermillion Twp, Ohio. Thomas Jefferson Geary was born 19 July 1839 and died 30 May 1911. Thomas is buried in Vermillion Cemetery near Hayesville Ohio with his wife Amanda Rankin Geary.
  Ancestor added by Susan Boyd on 12/8/2019
 Pvt Thomas Jefferson Geary  
178th Ohio Infantry - Co. G   
Thomas Jefferson Geary entered service on 19 Aug 1864 and served until the unit was mustered out 29 June 1865. Thomas was born near Hayesville, Vermillion Twp, Ohio. Thomas Jefferson Geary was born 19 July 1839 and died 30 May 1911. Thomas is buried in Vermillion Cemetery near Hayesville Ohio with his wife Amanda Rankin Geary.
  Ancestor added by Susan Boyd on 12/8/2019
 Unk NA NA NA  
197th Ohio Infantry - Co.   
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  Ancestor added by NA on 12/8/2019
 1 Lt James Thomas Staples  
8th Confederate Cavalry - Co. B   
Enlisted: 25 May 1861, Chambers County, Alabama; 27 Jun 1862: Promoted from Private to Second Lieutenant by order of Gen. Bragg; 14 Aug 1862: Elected to First Lieutenant, Commanding Co. B; 3 Jul 1864: Appointed Aid-de-Camp, on the Staff of Lt Gen. "Fighting Joe" Wheeler; KILLED IN ACTION: 6 SEP 1964 Shelbyville, TN.
Engaged the Foreigners at: Shiloh; Corinth; Perryville, and continuously interest to Tn; 2nd Murfreesboro; Chickamauga-Chattanooga; Daily from 1 May 1864
thru the Battles of Atlanta.m
  Ancestor added by Andrew J Staples on 12/7/2019
 Pvt David Henry Beheler  
Battalion of State Cadets - Co. F   
GG Grandfather David "Henry" Beheler and his cousins William and Andrew Beheler served with the SC 17th Regiment Company F.




  Ancestor added by Michelle Jackson on 12/6/2019
 Pvt jacob rice  
53rd Pennsylvania Infantry - Co. I   
he was my great great grandfather, shot in arm at po river on may 11th 1864.

  Ancestor added by paul rice on 12/5/2019
 Pvt Rosier Kelly  
2nd South Carolina Artillery - Co. D   
Rosier was born 16 Oct 1845 in Kellytown, Darlington Co. SC. He enlisted at age 18 on 28 Oct 1863 on James Island, Charleston in Co D 2nd SC Artillery. He has 9 cards in his archival file. He was reported sick April, Sept. & Oct 1864. His first battle was at Lagarville, SC. In early 1865 his Artillery Company was converted to Infantry. He fought in the Carolina Campaign in Elliot's Brigade, Taliaferro's Division, { Hardee's Corps]. He survived the war and died 28 April 1928 in his hometown. He is the father in law of my 1st cousin 3 x removed.
  Ancestor added by phillip thomas on 11/30/2019
 Unk James Eads Rankin  
Quantrill's Raiders - Partisan Rangers - Co.   
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  Ancestor added by Christine on 11/29/2019
 4th Cpl Samuel Adams Brown  
2nd South Carolina Artillery - Co. D   
Samuel was born in Darlington County SC and joined & mustered there at the Court House on 20 March 1862. He was about 25 y/o. Enlisted in Capt F.F. Warley's Co. SC Light Artillery. Formerly [Lamar's], [ Inglis'] aka 1st SC Artillery. He was engaged in the first battle at Sessionville, near Charleston on 15 - 16 June 1862 and was wounded. He was discharged 3 July 1862. We are related by marriage.
  Ancestor added by phillip thomas on 11/29/2019
 Pvt Charles James Joye  
23rd South Carolina Infantry - Co. K   
Charles was from Sumter, Sumter Co SC Post office was at Lynchburg. He was 16 y/o in 1860. He joined and was mustered on 15 Nov 1861at Christ Church Parish in Capt T D Frierson's Co. K Hatch's Regiment Coast Rangers for 1 year. He reenlisted on Morris Island on 9 May 1862. He was plagued with chronic diarrhoea and hospitalized twice for same. Given 30 day sick leave for same Oct 1864 from Jackson Hosp. Richmond Va. he was serving in Elliott's Brigade. He fought in 11 major battles and numerous skirmishes. He is listed as a POW at the time of parole at Appomattox Va on 9 Apr 1865. He lived until 8 Nov 1916 when he died in the Confederate Soldiers Home in Columbia, SC. he is buried in the Mouzon family cem. in Mouzon, Wiliamsburg Co. SC. He was the father in law of my 1st cousin 4 x removed.
  Ancestor added by phillip thomas on 11/27/2019
 Sgt Alem B Mettler  
53rd Illinois Infantry - Co. F   
Enlisted with his father William in 1862. William got sick and was discharged in Sept.
Alem fought in Georgia and was part of Sherman's March to the sea.

After the war he became a Methodist minister.
  Ancestor added by Steve Kotz on 11/25/2019
 Pvt James Joseph Garrison  
8th South Carolina Infantry - Co. A   
James was born in Orange Co. North Carolina. He was 36 years old when he enlisted at Darlington, Darlington Co SC in Capt A G Howle's Co. South Carolina Vol's. on 13 April 1861. His regiment is assigned to General Kershaw's Brigade. Engaged in Battle at 1st Manassas, Yorktown Siege and Williamsburg. James health deteriorated and he was discharged for ill health on 21st May 1862. He is paid $51.40 cents. He died 9 Jul 1898 in Swift Creek, Darlington Co. SC. He was the father in law of my 2nd cousin 4 x removed .
  Ancestor added by phillip thomas on 11/23/2019
 Sgt Charles M Graft  
21st South Carolina Infantry - Co. D   
Charles was born in New York state in 1844. His family migrated to Cheraw, Chesterfield County SC when he was about 6 years old. He enlisted 20 Dec 1861 in Capt M. G. Tarrh's Co 21st Regt. SC Vols. This became Co D Hagood's Brigade. On 5 April 1862 he is appointed Corporal. He is dogged by sickness. 30 April 1862 he is appointed as 5th Sergeant. 15 June 1864 he is admitted to Episcopal Church Hospital at Williamsburg, Va for gunshot wound. He is sent home on wounded furlough. He is captured there and sent to Harts Island POW camp in New York Harbor. He took the oath [ Swallowed the Yellow Dog] on 14 June 1865 and died three days later on 17 June 1865 on Harts Island of Chronic Diarrhoea. He was buried there and was moved later to Cypress Hills Cem. Brooklyn , Kings Co. NY. He enlisted at age 18. He is the brother in law of my 2nd cousin 4 x removed.
  Ancestor added by phillip thomas on 11/21/2019
 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   
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  Ancestor added by Stephen Moyers Woodard on 11/10/2019
 Sgt Samuel B Strickland  
24th Alabama Infantry - Co. H   
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  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
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