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2nd Regiment Missouri State Militia Cavalry      
Company A
ANNE C STJERN - Private   
Enlisted March 1862. Executed in Missouri by CSA, rumored to be a portion of Quantril's Raiders lead by Bloody Bill Anderson, while transporting horses, October 1862. Age 22

Relationship: GGG Grandfather.
Contact Name:  ANNE STJERN
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Date Added:  8/2/2008
Company C
Jesse William Gray - Private   
Jesse William Gray was my great-grandfather.
Contact Name:  Susan Gray Croyle
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Date Added:  5/22/2015
Company G
Henry L McCorkle - Other   
Henry L. ranked in and out as a Saddler. He was also in Co.K. Henry was born in Wilmington, Del. and is buried in Chattanooga National Cemetery He died 20 Sept. 1895.

He had a least two brothers who also served: Thomas Clark McCorkle, also in Co. G of this Regiment, and a Charles P. McCorkle of 13 N.Y. Heavy Artillery.
Contact Name:  Martha Johnson
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Date Added:  1/9/2008
Company G
Thomas Clark Mccorkle - Other   
Thomas is brother to Henry L. from this same regiment. Thomas also served in Co. D. They also have at least one other brother who served, Charles P. McCorkle of 13 N.Y. Heavy Artillery.

They were all born in Willmington , Delaware to George and Mary Penny McCorkle, though later moved to Missouri and Illinois.

Thomas ranked in as Pvt., and out as Sadler Sergt. His military papers say he had his own horse.

Thomas died 11 Feb. 1890 in New York.
Contact Name:  Martha Johnson
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Date Added:  1/9/2008
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