MILITARY HISTORY ONLINE

Civil War Genealogy

  Alabama
4174   
  Arkansas
1602   
  California
138   
  Colorado
51   
  Connecticut
586   
  CSA
27   
  Delaware
174   
  Florida
573   
  Georgia
3591   
  Illinois
2358   
  Indiana
2342   
  Iowa
933   
  Kansas
163   
  Kentucky
1539   
  Louisiana
960   
  Maine
588   
  Maryland
170   
  Massachusetts
812   
  Michigan
592   
  Minnesota
270   
  Mississippi
2482   
  Missouri
1189   
  Nebraska
18   
  Nevada
1   
  New Hampshire
105   
  New Jersey
474   
  New York
1336   
  North Carolina
4059   
  Ohio
1969   
  Oregon
9   
  Pennsylvania
1696   
  Rhode Island
60   
  South Carolina
1203   
  Tennessee
2702   
  Texas
1449   
  United States
142   
  US Colored Troops
7   
  Vermont
225   
  Virginia
4020   
  West Virginia
496   
  Wisconsin
859   
  Total: 46144   
    CSA 26856   
    USA 19288   
Civil War Genealogy Database
All Units - Artillery - Cavalry - Engineers - Infantry - Marines - Medical - Misc - Naval
2nd Kansas Infantry      
Company D
James C. Dooley - Corporal   

James Dooley is my great-great-grandfather and I am researching his background for my heritage. I need to know what kind of Indian he was and any information you might have pertaining to him. I know he recieved land from the government but I need a #. I do not know whether it is called a dauels roll or any other type roll #. Currently I live in Scott County and have an excellent job offer if I can prove his Indian rights. Thank you. Margo Denton
Contact Name:  Margo Denton
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  8/26/2004
Company I
Stephen J Livingston - Unknown   
No Comments

Contact Name:  Larry Livingston
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  1/1/2012
Company K
William M Tholen - Captain   
Company K had 35 men including Capt. Tholen. This was a 3 month unit organized at Lawrence, KS, mustered in 20 Jun 1861at Kansas City. The 2nd KS had 10 units and with the 1st formed 1 brigade under Col Dietzler. Major battle- Wilson's Creek 10 Aug. Gen Lyon killed leading charge. Capt Tholen is nearby and is eye witness who later recounts the incident for KS territorial newspapers in 1866. 31 Oct 1861 unit is mustered out. They had participated in four battles. Capt Tholen had been elected the first Treasurer of the State of Kansas, but did not serve due to a corrupt governor. He died at 49.
Contact Name:  Penny Jasper
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  3/24/2010
© 2022 - MilitaryHistoryOnline.com LLC