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Company Unknown
George Wilson Hammond - Lt. Colonel   
Lt. Colonel. Born 6/24/1828 in Fincastle, Va. He attended Emory and Henry College and the University of Virginia. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a Medical Degree. Practiced medicine in Covington, Va. prior to the Civil War. He helped organize the first Masonic Lodge in Covington in 1858. When the Civil War broke out, he raised a company of men that became Company D of the 60th Virginia Infantry. He was elected Captain of that company until promoted to Major in 8/63. Promoted to Lt. Colonel 7/24/1863. Killed in Action at Cloyd's Mountain 5/9/1864. His Father sent two servants with an ox cart to bring his body home to be buried on the family farm near where he was born.
Contact Name:  Blaine Hypes
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Date Added:  11/27/2009
Company A
Jonathan C Bland - Private   
Jonathan Bland Enlisted in Augusta County VA as Private on 15 June 1864 Company A, 60 Virginia Infantry, 3d Regiment of Infantry Wise Legion. Johathan's Company was near New Market, Virginia when he joined and then moved to Fisherville, Virginia area in November and December of that year. Jonathan was captured at Waynesboro, Virginia on 2 March 1865 and taken to Fort Delaware, Delaware on the 5th of March. He took his Oath of Allegiance to the United States at Fort Delaware an was released 19 June 1865.
Contact Name:  Regina Bland
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Date Added:  3/3/2008
Company A
Adam Keyser Vance - Private   
Adam Keyser Vance 11 June 1813 - Served as Private Company A Infantry - Later served in Chapmans Battery of the Virginia Light Artillery.
Died September 21, 1888. Buried at McCreery Cemetery located in Tuckahoe, Greenbriar County in West Virginia
Contact Name:  Gary
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Date Added:  12/3/2017
Company A
Jacob Robert West - Private   
Jacob Robert West joined the 60th at Princton VA at the age of 34. He was wounded at Cloyds Mountain, While at home on convalescent leave he died of typhoid fever. When he did not return to duty, he was listed as a deserter on the rolls.
Contact Name:  VHenry West
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Date Added:  9/18/2012
Company B
archibald lewis bennett - Private   
the info I have is (Co.B. 60th Ca.Imf. regt. CSA thank you very much roger
Contact Name:  roger bennett
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Contact Homepage:  yahoo
Date Added:  3/20/2018
Company B
robert jefferson bennett - Private   
pvt Robert Jefferson Bennett (1816 1865) Thurmond partisan rangers CSA
Contact Name:  roger bennett
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Contact Homepage:  yahoo
Date Added:  3/20/2018
Company B
Henry Alexander Bostick - Private   
Henry Alexander Bostick served in Co. A. & B. of 60 Va Vol. Inf. I 'think' that there were at least three H. Bostick's in the 60th VA. Two died during service and One was captured and survived the War. They served in the 108 VA Militia, 59th Va. and 60 VA. They are listed as follows:
H. Bostick,
H. Bostic,
H. Boswick,
H. Bosteak,
A. Bostick,
Henry Bostick,
H.A. Bostick,

I 'believe' 'my' Gggrandfather Henry Alexander Bostick was known as Alex. He was married to Elizabeth Jane Holmes-Bostick who I think applied for the Confederate widow's pension on Dec. 7th, 1864. (I think she was the Elizabeth Bostick who married Overton Reid in Kan. Co. WV in 1870 although she may have fudged her age a little.)
Contact Name:  Rick Gregg
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Date Added:  4/17/2010
Company B
John Morris Bryant - Private   
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Contact Name:  Phil Grabowski
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Date Added:  3/9/2009
Company B
Eli B Hall - Private   
Eli had 5 older brothers that served in the 59th Va Infantry and the 26th Battalion Va Infantry. His brothers are James B, John W, William A, Robert Y and Francis M all from Greenbrier County West Virginia/Virginia. His Father was Archibald Hall and his Mother was Elizabeth Jane Long of Monroe County, West Virginia/Virginia. They moved to Greenbrier County around 1835-1840
Contact Name:  Greg Hall
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Contact Homepage:  Google
Date Added:  1/8/2015
Company B
George W. Martin - Private   
Enlisted: age 45 (3rd reg inf-60th Virginia inf co.B {Wise legion} Oct 10 1863 Scissionville VA. POW captured by Maj Gen.Sheridan at waynesboro VA.Mar 9 1865. sent to FT.Deleware point lookout MD. from Harpers Ferry WVA. paroled Jun 20 1865.*(wife Nancy Scott)**George was Born Apr 30 1820 Giles VA. Died Nov 17 1903 Mercer WVA. {my 3rd grt uncle}
Contact Name:  T.strickland
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Date Added:  12/7/2012
Company C
William Riley Snider - Private   
Was a scout.
Fought at Seven Days Battle; Piedmont Valley Campaign, and at Waynesborough, VA.
Fought under generals Fields, McCausland, Smith, and Jubal Early
Contact Name:  Richard Hickman
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Date Added:  4/16/2014
Company D
John Lewis Bennett - Private   
Born 25 Jan 1840 in Alleghany Co, Va. Wounded in hip at Seven Days. Lost arm at Cloyd's Mountain. Died 13 Jul 1926.
Contact Name:  Sid Huguenin
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Date Added:  3/2/2011
Company D
William A. Matheney - Private   
Enlisted as a Private on 20 September 1862.
Enlisted in Company D, 60th Infantry Regiment Virginia on 20 September 1862.
Absent, without leave on 28 February 1864.
On rolls on 15 April 1864.
POW on 05 July 1864.
Confined on 09 July 1864 at Camp Chase, OH.
Height: 5'9 '
Eye Color: dark
Contact Name:  Steve Badgley
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Date Added:  9/21/2005
Company D
John Marion Sydenstricker - 1st Sergeant   
Nice web site. It would be good if we could get some narrative regarding the various battles these regiments were in.
Contact Name:  Roger D. Surbaugh
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Date Added:  11/5/2007
Company E
Benjamin Leamon - Private   
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Contact Name:  Christopher H. Ezelle
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Date Added:  6/16/2013
Company E
Nathan McMillion - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  Leslie Banister
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Date Added:  9/19/2009
Company E
Peter Williams - Private   
hello im looking for my great great grandfather peter williams i think he might have fought with the 60th Virginia Infantry Company E. The Bruce Rifiles if you could help me find his records i would be very greatful i want to know if he fought in any battles or not thank you very much
Contact Name:  Travis Karnes
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Date Added:  6/24/2006
Company F
Gaston Preston Blankenship - Private   
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Contact Name:  Patricia
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Date Added:  5/29/2012
Company F
Samuel Broughman - Private   
I went to just outside Eagle Rock in SW Virginia looking for my relatives and found a headstone with the following info: Samuel Broughman, Pvt Co F 60 VA INF, Confederate States Army 1844-1923. This headstone was flat on the ground, and in front of an older one, maybe the orig. headstone that marked this soldier's grave. There was a faded Confederate flag next to the headstone, so you would suppose someone is still remembering this gravesite. I am putting this info on this site for informational purposes....I don't know anything about Pvt. Broughman.
Contact Name:  Robert M. Buhrman
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Date Added:  11/7/2011
Company F
Adam Clark Buhrman - Private   
Adam was born May 23, 1839 in Washington Co. MD. Died Sep 23,1867, buried in Locust Bottom Cemetery, Botetourt Co., VA. His father,Abraham, also served in the local defense Carroll County Militia. Adam enlisted July 17, 1861, rec'd a disability discharge on March 11, 1863. Brother to Francis A. Buhrman and William Henry Harrison Buhrman. I have a picture of Adam, and a charcoal drawing.
Contact Name:  Robert M. Buhrman
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Contact Homepage:  bobbuhrman@msn.com
Date Added:  6/8/2011
Company F
Francis Asbury Buhrman - Lieutenant   
enlisted at Gauley Bridge, then in VA, captured in Waynesboro (in 1865), sent to Fort Delaware. Was given a field commission to Lt. on Aug 15, 1863(of which I have a copy, along with his officer's recommendation). His correspondence with family menbers (in Maryland) remained as family oral history through the past generation, (tried to enlist their help to get him out of POW prison). He returned to southwest VA raised a family, three boys, William Price (1873-1968), Francis Marvin (1874-1960), Abraham Wesley (1877-1965) and one girl, Mary Eyler. He went to Emory & Henry College, graduated 1870, became a preacher/farmer like his father, 1881 he died of TB, was buried in the Price family (wife's family)cemetery just outside of Glade Springs in SW Virginia. His grave marker is marked 'Rev.' Francis Buhrman, just like his father's. Married Virginia Crabtree Price (1844-1932). Father was Abraham (buried near Eagle Rock in Botetourt County, along with brother Adam C Buhrman. His father served in 'Local Defense'. He was my great grandfather, Abraham Wesley Buhrman, Sr the fourth child was my grandfather, and Abraham Wesley Buhrman, Jr., the first of six children, was my father. It is thought that Francis' log cabin is now near the campus of Emory and Henry College in Emory, Va. I can't verify that, on a recent trip there, it seemed like everyone had one in their backyard.
Contact Name:  Robert M. Buhrman
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Date Added:  10/29/2007
Company F
James R Caynor - Private   
Greetings Southern Comrades,

I am requesting your assistance with getting the message out for a very important cause. The cause is the preservation and restoration of the 60th Virginia Regimental flag located in the Museum of the Confederacy. This flag is about to be lost to time and is in dire need of preservation. On August 3, 2012 permission was granted by the Museum of the Confederacy to seek donations to protect and preserve this valuable piece of American History. The flag has not been previously conserved or treated and was among the 282 unidentified regimental flags held by the U.S. War Department that were returned to The Museum of the Confederacy (MOC), per Joint Resolution No. 43 of June 29, 1906. It was delivered to the MOC on July 13, 1906. While the museum was located within the White House of the Confederacy, the flag was stored there. When the new museum facility opened in 1976, it was transferred into that building (where it resides today).

The condition is of such a concern that the conservator has recommended that this flag be advanced 'at the top of the priority list to halt any further loss.' There is much damage from battle and time, but this is a very viable piece for restoration. Much work needs to be done and soon.

The expense for restoration is $16,500, but we believe that we cannot put a price tag on what this flag represents. Many men were wounded or died beneath this flag, marching straight into the enemy. In our hearts they have all marched into immortality.

Please go to: http://www.60thvirginiainfantryregiment.com to obtain more information about this hard fighting regiment and help save this flag.

Contact Name:  William L. Caynor
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Date Added:  8/26/2012
Company F
John LaFayette Caynor - Captain   
Greetings to everyone,

I am presently researching a new book for release in 2010, entitled “Independence or Annihilation.” This book is based on the ideologies and experiences of the 60th Virginia soldiers. I am extremely interested in hearing from you and any other descendents of the brave men who served with the sixtieth. A lot of the detailed information obtained about individual soldiers comes from descendents like yourself, so it is important to document your heritage for future descendents or researchers.

I look forward to hearing from you and any other 60th Virginia descendents.



----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Acting Major John L. Caynor was wounded twice in battle and was acting commander of the regiment for much of the time from the summer of 1864 until his capture at the Battle of Waynesboro on March 2, 1865. He was imprisoned at Fort Delaware and later released on May 20,1865.
Contact Name:  William L. Caynor
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Date Added:  11/15/2009
Company F
charles henry givens - Corporal   
Please add my 2nd Great-grandfather Corp.Charles Henry Givens. Henry Givens enlisted in Co F Regiment of Virginia Infantry on Sept 10, 1861, at Nicholas Co, Virginia. Parole of Honor for Corp. Henry GIVENS, was on May 8, 1865. Please add to list.

Thank you,

Corp. Henry Givens G_G-Granddaughter
Cheryl Givens-Maxwell
Contact Name:  cheryl Givens-Maxwell
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Date Added:  7/18/2014
Company F
John Hamilton Haynes - Unknown   
Enlisted in Company F 60th Virginia Infantry on 7/17/61 at Gauley Bridge, W.VA. He was captured at the Battle of Piedmont 6/5/64 and was a POW at Camp Morton until exchanged 2/26/65 and again captured on 3/2/65 at the Battle of Waynesboro, he then became a POW of Fort Delaware until paroled. He was born in 1837 in Clifton Forge and died in 1912, he is buried in the family cemetery.
Contact Name:  Stephen Haynes
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Date Added:  4/30/2007
Company F
W. Preston Hipes - Private   
Private Company F ' James River Rifles'. Enlisted 6/18/61 in Dublin, Va. Captured at Winchester, 9/19/1864. POW Point Lookout Prison, exchanged 12/2/64. He may have served in the 22nd Virginia Infantry before joining the 60th Virginia Infantry.
Contact Name:  Blaine Hypes
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Date Added:  11/27/2009
Company G
Andrew Jackson Showen - Private   
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Contact Name:  Jim Showen
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Date Added:  3/24/2008
Company G
Isaac Starcher - Private   
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Contact Name:  Karen Post Cartwright
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Date Added:  7/5/2006
Company G
Lafayette Starcher - Private   
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Contact Name:  Karen Post Cartwright
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Date Added:  7/7/2006
Company G
Marion Starcher - Private   
died Jan 1864 in Giles Co., VA
Contact Name:  Karen Post Cartwright
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Date Added:  7/5/2006
Company G
Stephen Starcher - Private   
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Contact Name:  Karen Post Cartwright
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Date Added:  7/7/2006
Company H
John Madison Bailey - Captain   
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Contact Name:  David McLean
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Date Added:  8/25/2007
Company H
Middleton Harmon Belcher - Private   
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Contact Name:  Michael Belcher
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Date Added:  9/4/2008
Company H
William A Cooper - Private   
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Contact Name:  Sheree R. Arrington
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Date Added:  6/2/2019
Company H
Samuel W. Dillion - Private   
Private Company 2H. Born ca. 1830 Tazewell County, Va. Enlisted 3/21/1862 in Mercer County, Va.(WV). Present until he was wounded at Frayser's Farm, 6/30/1862. He died from his wounds 7/10/1862.
Contact Name:  Blaine Hypes
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Date Added:  11/27/2009
Company H
Oscar Johnston Emmons - Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Ron Mertz
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Date Added:  7/4/2008
Company H
Oscar J Emmons - Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Ron Mertz
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Date Added:  5/27/2007
Company H
Hiram Anderson Fletcher - Private   
Great Great Grandfather

Military Unit: Sixtieth Infantry (Third Regiment, Infantry, Wise Legion)
Given Name: Anderson H (Doc`s have H A but seems he used Anderson as his name)
Surname: Fletcher
Age: 40
Year: 1862
Wounded Oct 19, 1864, at the Battle of Cedar Creek Bellgrave VA & admitted on Oct 24, 1864 to the CSA General Hospital, Charlotesville for gunshot to right arm and side
He signed parole stating he wouldn`t take up arms against the US gov`t in Charleston WV June 28, 1865
Complexion: Dark,
Eyes: gray
Hair: Light
Contact Name:  Russell Farmer
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Contact Homepage:  http://farmershistory.tribalpages.com
Date Added:  12/30/2011
Company H
Joel Thomas Foutz - Private   
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Contact Name:  Richard Hancock
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Date Added:  3/14/2014
Company H
Henry Gusler - Private   
Enlisted: Princeton, Mercer Co. Virginia (now WV) in 1861, killed 9 May 1864, Cloyd's Mountain, Pulaski Co. Virginia
Contact Name:  Jon Gussler
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Date Added:  2/14/2006
Company H
Andrew Greenville Hager - Corporal   
Corporal Company 2H. Born 11/8/1835 Mercer County, Va.(WV). Enlisted 7/4/1861 at Princeton, Va.(WV). Present until he entered Richmond Hospital for debilitis, 8/17/62 thru 8/24/62. Present until leave 4/27/63. Present 6/63 until sick 2/64. Present 4/64 through final roll. Paroled 6/23/1865. Age 30. 5'9' tall, grey eyes, auburn hair.
Contact Name:  Blaine Hypes
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Date Added:  8/3/2008
Company H
Russell Hager - Private   
Private Company 2H. Brother to Corporal Andrew Greenville Hager. Born ca. 1827 in Mercer County, Va.(WV). Enlisted in Princeton, Va.(WV). 7/4/1861. Sick 12/61. Present 1/63 until sick in Mercer County , Va.(WV). 2/63. Present 4/63 until on leave 2/64. Present 4/64 until wounded at Winchester, Va. 9/19/1864. He died 11/9/1864 from his wounds.
Contact Name:  Blaine Hypes
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Date Added:  11/27/2009
Company H
Napoleon F Harless - Private   
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Contact Name:  Brian Piaquadio
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Date Added:  12/17/2012
Company H
Joseph H. Martin - Private   
B:1839 Virginia D: Oct 14 1861 CSA Hospital Lewisburg ,Greenbrier Co. WVA. {Pheumonia} Enlisted : Jul 4 1861 Princeton Wva. {Wise Legion}
Contact Name:  T.Strickland
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  2/18/2013
Company H
John Runyon - Private   
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Contact Name:  Roy Runyon
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Date Added:  1/10/2010
Company H
Richard Runyon - Private   
Wounded 9 May 1864 Battle of Cloyd's farm. Died from wounds in July of 1864.
Contact Name:  John Burton
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Date Added:  3/23/2014
Company H
Williams Jordan Saunder - Private   
Enlisted September 24, 1864
Contact Name:  Richard Hickman
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Date Added:  4/16/2014
Company H
Granville Shrader - Private   
Private Company 2H. Brother to Samuel W. Shrader. Resident Mercer County, Va. (WV).
Contact Name:  Blaine Hypes
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Date Added:  11/27/2009
Company H
Henry Harrison Shrader - Private   
Private Company 2H. Born 6/19/1824 in Mercer County, Va. (WV).
Died 6/19/1877. Married Sarah Arminta Dillion, sister of Samuel Dillion.
Contact Name:  Blaine Hypes
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Date Added:  11/27/2009
Company H
Gordon Thompson - Sergeant   
Enlisted as a Sargent in the 60th Virginia Infantry Regiment, Company H., Confederate States of America on 04 Jul 1861 at Princeton, Mercer Co., WV; 28 Jul 1862 he was demoted to Private; 26 Jul 1863 he was promoted back to Sargent; 15 Feb 1864 listed as sick; 15 Apr 1864 on roles; Killed on 09 May 1864 Pulaski Co., VA during the Battle of Cloyd''s Mountain. At the time he was killed he was a Sargent.
Contact Name:  Susan E. Richmond
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Date Added:  11/10/2004
Company I
Nathaniel Brown Akers - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  John Akers
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Date Added:  3/12/2012
Company I
Anderson Bassham - 1st Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Jeff Bassham
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Date Added:  8/31/2012
Company I
William E. Christian - Private   
William E. Christian was my gg.Grandfather. He served in Co.I of the 60th Virginia with his 5 brothers, 2 brothers in-law, and several cousins.I have obtained his service records (and those of his brothers) from the National Archives.
Contact Name:  Jonathan Christian
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Date Added:  11/26/2005
Company I
Charles A Lewis - Private   
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Contact Name:  Pamela Fischer
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Date Added:  1/13/2011
Company I
Charles Means - Private   
Charles enlisted Aug. 10, 1861, White Sulpher Springs, VA. He was wounded at Bell Grove, VA on Oct. 19, 1864. As a prisoner of war, he was paroled by the Union Army, May 24, 1865 at Charleston, WV. After the war Samuel Means (Charles' brother) kept writing Charles from Illinois, telling him what a wonderful county Illinios was, so Charles moved his family to Wayne or Hamilton County, Illinois.
Contact Name:  Andrew Bollen
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Date Added:  6/24/2005
Company I
John Nowlin - Private   
Killed at the Battle of Belle Grove (Cedar Creek).
Contact Name:  Claude Buford Nolen, III
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Date Added:  10/7/2014
Company I
charles jackson vest - Private   
thank you
Contact Name:  roger bennett
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Contact Homepage:  yahoo
Date Added:  3/25/2018
Company I
Benton White - Lieutenant   
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Contact Name:  Stanley T. White
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Date Added:  9/12/2008
Company I
Milton White - Private   
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Contact Name:  Stanley T. White
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Date Added:  9/12/2008
Company K
Joel Craft - Private   
He served from August 1861 until his capture at 3rd Winchester on September 19, 1864. He went to Point Lookout where he remained til exchanged in March of 1865. I am starting a reenactment unit in the Roanoke area in honor of him.
Contact Name:  Doug Camper
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Date Added:  7/12/2009
Company K
Edward R. Evans - Private   
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Contact Name:  Mike Evans
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Date Added:  7/26/2013
Company K
Harrison Hipes - Private   
Private Company K 'Osceola Guards'. Born 11/12/1824. Enlisted 6/18/61 in White Sulphur Springs, Va. (WV). Present and promoted to Sergeant 1/10/62. He was reduced to Pvt. 4/29/62. In the Wilmington Hospital 4/62. He deserted 5/29/62. Present 2/63 until discharged. Died 8/18/1900. Buried Mt. Mariah Cemetary, Botetourt County, Va.
Contact Name:  Blaine Hypes
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Date Added:  11/27/2009
Company K
Peter B Hipes - Private   
Private Company K.'Osceola Guards'. Enlisted 6/18/1861 in White Sulphur Springs, Va.(WV). On leave 12/61. Present 2/62 until on leave 4/63. Present 6/63 until AWOL 3/31/64. He was captured at Fisher's Hill. POW Point Lookout Prison. He joined US troops, 10/18/64. Resident Botetourt County, Va.
Contact Name:  Blaine Hypes
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Date Added:  11/27/2009
Company K
Nicholas Harrison Kern - Private   
He is my Great Great Grandfather
Contact Name:  Lee Kern
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Date Added:  7/29/2009
Company K
nathaniel Thomas - Private   
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Contact Name:  neal
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Date Added:  7/13/2008
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