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7th Maryland Infantry      
Company Unknown
Stephen Folger - Private   
Served with 7th Regiment Maryland Infantry
from April 11, 1864 until May 31, 1865.
Contact Name:  Guy Folger
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Date Added:  5/20/2004
Company Unknown
Ephraim Ridge - Private   
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Contact Name:  Luther Ridge
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Date Added:  5/10/2008
Company A
George Lawrance Fisher - Private   
Enlisted in Hagerstown, MD 8/14/62, age 16, mustered in at Balt. MD.
Wounded & captured at Weldon Railroad, VA 9/15/64. POW at Richmond VA & Salisbury NC until 3/2/65 when sent to Camp Parole MD. After his parole he Reinlisted in 2nd US Infantry, Sgt.& 1rst Sgt.serving until 1874.
Reinlisted in 2 MD for Span. Am. War, rank of Capt. His Reg.was stationed at Fort Monroe, VA,not called over seas.
Established and ran a recruiting office in Hagerstown Maryland during WWI.
Final call to duty was 1927 as Supt. of the Antietam National Cemetary,the last Civil War vetern to serve in the post.Fittingly he passed away there.
Contact Name:  Steve Wachter
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Date Added:  7/31/2008
Company A
Samuel T. Nigh - Musician   
Does anyone know where I can view a photograph of the unit?
Contact Name:  Kurt Nigh
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Date Added:  12/22/2007
Company F
John Bloom - Corporal   
My great-great grandfather John Bloom joined the 7th infantry on August 12,1862. He fault through all battles until May 15,1864 when he was taken prisoner and sent to Andersonville prison, Ga, where he later died January 1,1865.
Contact Name:  Ashley Phillips
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Date Added:  6/11/2010
Company F
Benjamin F Clark - Private   
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Contact Name:  Walter H Horn 111
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Date Added:  9/6/2010
Company F
William Baer Grimes - Corporal   
William enlisted in 1862 with his brother. He served in over 30 major engagements.
Contact Name:  Chris Wyatt
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Date Added:  3/2/2002
Company G
Samuel E Frederick - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Hugh Schiller
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Date Added:  9/8/2012
Company G
Amos C. O'Neal - Sergeant   
Frederick Newspaper Obit, June 6, 1925
Amos C. O'Neal. Civil War veteran,died at his home at Frosttown. Saturday morning. He is survived by a son, John, Frosttown, and daughter. Mrs. Laura V. Moss, Boonsboro; sister.
Mrs H. P. Lynch, Boonsboro, and brother. George, Middletown. He
was Sergeant In Co. G. 7th Md. Reg. and took part in 21 battles and skirmishes. Funeral Monday, at Mt. Taber church, with interment at Middletown
Contact Name:  Jerry Moss
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Date Added:  1/2/2008
Company G
Daniel Shepley - Sergeant   
Daniel Shepley is also listed as Daniel Shipley. He was captured by the Confederates the last 3 days of the war. He was at Appomattox Court House, Virginia
Contact Name:  William Shepley
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Date Added:  12/8/2006
Company H
John H Cantler - Private   
Joined Aug 28, 1862, mustered out on July 14, 1865.
Was transferred to the Veteran Reserve Corps on March 15, 1864.

This company had three other Cantlers as well; Abraham T, Benjamin F, and David R.
Contact Name:  Joel Rodgers
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Date Added:  11/3/2009
Company I
Daniel Spielman - Private   
Mustered in 14 Aug 1862 Washington Co.; died 30 Aug 1864 of disease contracted in the service. Is most likely the son (b 11 Jul 1831) of John Spielman b 1800 and Mary M. 'Polly' Sigler b 1794.
Contact Name:  Sharon Spielman Ashcraft
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Date Added:  2/4/2006
Company I
David S. Spielman - Private   
Mustered in 29 Aug 1862; died of rheumatism (now known as rheumatic fever) in the 3rd Division Hospital, Culpeper Court House, in VA, according to THE VALLEY REGISTER, newspaper of Middletown, Frederick Co. MD, on 9 Jan 1864, buried Culpeper National Cem., Culpeper Co. VA. Was from Boonsboro, Washington Co. MD and is most likely the son (b 8 Oct 1829) of John Spielman b 1800 MD and Mary M. 'Polly' Sigler b 1794 MD.
Contact Name:  Sharon Spielman Ashcraft
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Date Added:  2/4/2006
Company I
William H. Welsh - Sergeant   
Mustered in 14 Aug 1862; 31 May 1865 transfered to 1st MD Regiment, Co. C. Believed to be the brother-in-law of Daniel Spielman (7th MD Inf., Co. I) and son of Richard Welsh and Hannah Zeigler of Washington Co. MD.
Contact Name:  Sharon Spielman Ashcraft
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Date Added:  2/4/2006
Company K
Andrew Cromwell - Private   
Great Uncle Andrew (Baltimore) joined the 10th MD Infantry (Co K) on July 20, 1863 for a six-month term -- spent guarding the Maryland Heights above Harpers Ferry. This enlistment came right after the excitement of Gettysburg and right after the 18th brithday of this oldest son, but also right after Lincoln's post-Gettysburg draft. Not sure if he was drafted or volunteered. But, he re-enlisted in the 7th MD Infantry (Co K) on March 29, 1864 at the height of the excitement over Grant's leadership and at the beginning of the Wilderness Campaign. He managed to survive the entire campaign -- including Laurel Hill -- and made it all the way through the end of the war.
Contact Name:  John Cromwell
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Date Added:  12/24/2008
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