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Thomas F. Bayard, U.S. Senator, U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom and Secretary of State (1828 - 1898)

Thomas Francis Bayard (October 29, 1828 – September 28, 1898) was an American lawyer and politician from Wilmington, Delaware. He was a member of the Democratic Party, who served three terms a...

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Lieut. John Lorimer Worden, Jr. (USA) (1845 - 1873)

John Lorimer Worden, Jr. (1845–1873) served as a volunteer captain in the U.S. Army during the Civil War and later as a first lieutenant in the regular army until his death in 1873.

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Daniel Henry Chamberlain, Governor (1835 - 1907)

Daniel Henry Chamberlain (June 23, 1835 – April 13, 1907) was a planter, lawyer, author and the 76th Governor of South Carolina from 1874 until 1877. Daniel H. Chamberlain was born in West B...

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Solomon Joseph Boyle, USA/USN MP (1839 - 1918)

Solomon Joseph Boyle , born 20 Sep 1839 in Cincinnati, OH. He was the son of Edward Boyle and Margaret Corrigan. He married Mary Elizabeth Korte 11 May 1869 in St Edwards Church, Cincinnati, OH. The ce...

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Rear Admiral Winfield Scott Schley (USN) (1839 - 1911)

"Winfield Scott Schley (9 October 1839 - 2 October 1911) was a rear admiral in the United States Navy and the hero of the Battle of Santiago de Cuba during the Spanish-American War." ... not to neg...

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Rear Admiral William T. Sampson (USN) (1840 - 1902)

William Thomas Sampson (9 February 1840 – 6 May 1902) was a United States Navy rear admiral known for his victory in the Battle of Santiago de Cuba during the Spanish-American War. Biography...

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Colonel Charles Rivers Ellet (USA) (1843 - 1863)

Charles Rivers Ellet (June 1, 1843 – October 29, 1863) was a medical student who became a colonel in the Union Army during the American Civil War. He was most noted for his command of the ram Qu...

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Colonel Charles Ellet, Jr. (USA) (1810 - 1862)

ELLET, Charles, civil engineer, was born at Penn's Manor, Bucks co., Penn., Jan. 1, 1810, son of Charles and Mary (Israel) Ellet, and grandson of Charles and Hannah (Carpenter) Ellet. His father, a far...

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Wayne MacVeagh, U.S. Attorney General (1833 - 1917)

Isaac Wayne MacVeagh (April 19, 1833 – January 11, 1917) was an American lawyer, politician, diplomat and the 36th Attorney General of the United States. Biography Born in Phoenixville, Pe...

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Corp. Tecumseh King, C. S. A. MP (1836 - d.)

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Stapleton Crutchfield, Colonel, CSA (1835 - 1865)

Find A Grave Stapleton Crutchfield served as a Confederate artillerist in the American Civil War. He was closely associated with Stonewall Jackson until the latter's death. Crutchfield lost a leg i...

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1st Lt. George Washington Morse (USA) (1845 - 1905)

George Washington Morse enlisted in the Second Massachusetts Regiment in 1861. Except for a four month period when he was a prisoner of war, he participated in all the regiment's engagements, including...

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Burton Norvell Braud Harrison (1838 - 1904)

Burton Norvell Harrison was a Yale-educated lawyer, the private secretary to Confederate President Jefferson Davis, and a politician. Reference: "Burton Harrison". Wikipedia.org. . Date published...

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Charles S. Derland (1840 - 1911)

From~ "Biographical Annals of Cumberland County, Pennsylvania", Chicago:1905, p. 296-297 Capt. Charles S. Derland, a retired merchant of Boiling Springs, Cumberland county, was born at Altoona, Blair...

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Asbury Derland (1837 - 1898)

OBITUARY Altoona, Pennsylvania, Oct. 12, 1898 ANOTHER VETERAN GONE. Asbury Derland, formerly quarter-' master sergeant o£ -the One Hundred and Twenty-flfth Pennsylvania volunteers, died at his...

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Colonel Clark Moulton Avery (CSA) (1819 - 1864)

Served in the Confederate forces during the Civil War. -------------------- Col. Clark M. Avery of the 33rd North Carolina was killed during the Civil War. A brief commander of a brigade in the Third...

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Pvt. Fielding C. Eddelman MP (1831 - 1917)

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Gen. Thomas James Churchill, 13th Gov. of Arkansas MP (1824 - 1905)

Thomas James Churchill was born near Louisville, Kentucky. He was educated at St Mary's College and studued Law at Transylvania University. He served in the Army as a Lieutenant in a mounted infantry u...

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Francis Manly Oliver (1805 - 1860)

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Colonel Jesse Henry Leavenworth (USA) (1807 - 1885)

Colonel Jesse Henry Leavenworth (March 29, 1807–March 12, 1885) was military careerist and the second member of his family to serve in the regular army. He was the son of Brigadier General Hen...

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Colonel Irving Montgomery Avery (USA) (1832 - 1909)

In 1861, he, with William B. Barton, raised and largely equipped the 48th regiment of New York volunteers; he went to the front as regimental quartermaster; was soon made quartermaster of the sec...

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Thomas Austin Jones (Confederate Secret Service) (1820 - 1895)

Lincoln Assassination Figure, Chief Agent of the Confederate Secret Service in Maryland. He lived on a high bluff overlooking the Potomac River on Pope's Creek in Charles County with the Virginia sho...

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Maj. Augustus H. Seward (USA) (1826 - 1876)

Birth: Oct. 1, 1826 Auburn, Cayuga County, New York, USA Death: Sep. 11, 1876 U.S. Army officer. Eldest son of celebrated American statesman William H. Seward and his wife, the former Frances A. ...

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Lt. Colonel Everton J. Conger (USA) (1834 - 1918)

Everton Judson Conger (April 25, 1834 – July 12, 1918) was an American Civil War officer who was instrumental in the capture of John Wilkes Booth, the assassin of President Abraham Lincoln, in...

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Lt. Luther Baker (USA) (1830 - 1896)

Lt. Luther Baker was a member of the Union Army's intelligence service and was present when John Wilkes Booth was found and mortally wounded on April 26, 1865. John Wilkes Booth assassinated Presiden...

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Col. Joseph Hancock Taylor (USA) (1836 - 1885)

Joseph Hancock Taylor was born in Kentucky, 26 January, 1836; died in Omaha, Nebraska, 13 March, 1885. He graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1856, and was commissioned Second Lieute...

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Maj. General John G. Parke (USA) (1827 - 1900)

John Grubb Parke (September 22, 1827 – December 16, 1900) was a United States Army engineer and a Union general in the American Civil War. Early life Parke was born in Coatesville, Chester...

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Albert Richard Parsons MP (1848 - 1887)

Albert Richard Parsons June 20, 1884 in Montgomery, Alabama- November 11, 1887 Chicago, Illinois Parents: Samuel S. Parsons and Elizabeth Tompkins Wife: Lucy E. Gonzalez c.1853- March 7, 1942 Alb...

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Michael Sughrue (1844 - 1901)

Michael Sughrue (1844-1901) - Kansas lawman, Michael Sughrue was born in County Kerry, Ireland, to Humphrey and Mary Sughrue on February 17, 1844, along with his twin brother Patrick. When the boys wer...

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1st Lt. Redbird Sixkiller (USA), Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the Cherokee Nation (c.1823 - 1898)

Redbird Sixkiller was born in the Cherokee Nation East in Georgia. In 1837, he and his wife, Pamelia Whaley, were informed that they were to be forcibly removed from Georgia and relocated to the Indi...

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Samuel Sixkiller, Captain of the U.S. Indian Police and Deputy U.S. Marshal (1842 - 1886)

Sam Sixkiller (1842-1886) - One of the most outstanding members of the Longhorse Police in Indian Territory, Sixkiller was born in the Going Snake District (now Adair County) of the Cherokee Nation in ...

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Cullen Montgomery Baker (Confederate guerilla) (1835 - 1869)

Cullen Montgomery Baker (1835-1869) - A guerilla soldier during the Civil War, Baker didn't want to give up the fight once the Confederates lost the war. Afterwards, he continued to "fight the war," am...

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Captain Bryan Marsh (CSA), Texas Ranger (1833 - 1901)

Bryan Marsh (1833-1901) - Born in Alabama in 1833, Marsh later relocated to Texas, settling in near Tyler. During the Civil War, he served with distinction as a captain in the Texas Cavalry. In the bat...

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Jim Younger (member of the James-Younger Gang) (1848 - 1902)

James Hardin "Jim" Younger (January 15, 1848 - October 19, 1902) was a notable American outlaw and member of the James-Younger gang. He was the brother of Cole, John and Bob Younger Life Born in ...

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Dallas Stoudenmire (CSA) [lawman and gunfighter] (1845 - 1882)

Dallas Stoudenmire (December 11, 1845 – September 18, 1882) was an American Old West gunman and lawman, who gained fame for a brief gunfight that was later dubbed the "Four Dead in Five Second...

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Jack Helm (CSA), Sheriff of DeWitt County, Texas (1837 - 1873)

Jack Helm (1837-1873) - Texas cowboy, Confederate soldier, gunfighter, and lawman, Helm was said to have once killed a black man for whistling a Yankee song during the Civil War. At wars end, he work...

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Major Crawley P. Deak (USA), U.S. Marshal for the Territory of Arizona (1836 - 1890)

Crawley P. Dake (1836-1890) - Union soldier during the Civil War and U.S. Marshal for Arizona Territory from 1878 to 1882. Dake was born at Kenfield, Ontario, Canada in 1827 but moved with his family t...

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Capt. Waters Farrow MP (1840 - 1863)

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John Cheek, C.S.A. MP (b. - 1863)

The Genealogies of the Waters and Kindred Families states that he was killed at the Battle of Gettysburg.

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Texas Jack Vermillion (CSA) (1842 - 1911)

John Wilson Vermillion (1842–1911), alias "Texas Jack" and later as "Shoot-Your-Eye-Out" Vermillion, was a gunfighter of the Old West known for his participation in the Earp vendetta ride and ...

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Colonel Carlos Alvarez de la Mesa (USA) (deceased)

Colonel Carlos Alvarez de la Mesa was a Spanish national who fought at Gettysburg for the Union Army in the Spanish Company of the "Garibaldi Guard" of the 39th New York State Volunteers, during the Am...

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Colonel Henry Philip Thomas (CSA) (1810 - 1863)

Henry Philip Thomas (b. 1810), a colonel in the 16th Regiment of Georgia, was killed in the Battle at Fort Sanders in Knoxville, Tennessee in 1863.

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Major Wesley Wailes Thomas (CSA) (1820 - 1906)

Wesley Wailes Thomas (1820–1906) served as a Confederate major in Phillip's Legion of Cavalry.

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Col. Lovick Pierce Thomas, Jr. MP (1835 - 1910)

Lovick Pierce Thomas, II served as an officer in the during the American Civil War. [42nd Georgia Infantry] He was the brother of famed American Old West Deputy U.S. Marshal Heck Thomas who helped br...

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Capt. Lovick Pierce Thomas, Sr. MP (1812 - 1878)

Lovick P. Thomas was a quartermaster in the Confederate Army of the Confederate States of America, 1861–1863 and the father of famed American Old West Deputy U.S. Marshal Heck Thomas. His brot...

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Commander William B. Cushing (USN) MP (1842 - 1874)

William Barker Cushing (4 November 1842 – 17 December 1874) was an officer in the United States Navy, best known for sinking the Confederate ironclad CSS Albemarle during a daring nighttime ra...

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George E. Evans (CSA) (1820 - 1879)

He came to Texas in 1839 from Madison Co., Ohio. He was given a land grant as a single man in Gonzales Co., This he stated several times, when he applied for a pension from his army service. He was kil...

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John Milton, Confederate Governor of Florida (1807 - 1865)

) John Milton (April 20, 1807 – April 1, 1865) was an American politician who was the fifth Governor of Florida. As a strong supporter of states' rights, he was an early advocate for secession...

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Creed Taylor, Texas Ranger (1820 - 1906)

CREED TAYLOR (1820–1906). Creed Taylor, soldier and Texas Ranger, was born on April 20, 1820, in Alabama, one of nine children of Josiah and Hepzibeth (Luker) Taylor. Creed's father, Josiah Ta...

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William Penn Bogardus MP (1841 - 1920)

William Penn Bogardus 1841-1920. Born in Pennsylvania, buried in Mound View Cemetery, Mount Vernon, Knox County, Ohio USA Parents: Everit Bogardus and Louisa Bogardus Wife: Elizabeth Buckingham Spe...

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Daniel Decatur Emmett (1815 - 1904)

Best known for writing "Dixie." Other songs written by Dan Emmett include "Old Dan Tucker," "The Blue Tail Fly," and "Turkey in the Straw." Daniel Emmett was a minstrel, song writer, and entertainer. B...

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Brevet Brig. General George W. Morgan (USA) MP (1820 - 1893)

Soldier, lawyer, and legislator George Washington Morgan September 20, 1820 Washington County, Pennsylvania-July 26, 1893 Fort Monroe, Virginia Parents: Thomas Morgan and Catherine Duane Wife: Sa...

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William Fletcher Sapp MP (1824 - 1890)

William Fletcher Sapp November 20, 1824, Danville, Ohio - November 22, 1890 Council Bluffs, Iowa Parents: John Sapp b. 1797 and Elizabeth Myers Wife: Mary C. Brown of Mt. Vernon, Ohio Children: ...

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George Bent (CSA), Cheyenne warrior MP (1843 - 1918)

George Bent (1843 – May 19, 1918) was the mixed-race son of the fur trader William Bent, the founder of the trading post named Bent's Fort; and Owl Woman, a Cheyenne. Born near present-day La Ju...

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"Texas John" Slaughter, Texas Ranger and Cochise County Sheriff (1841 - 1922)

"Texas John” Slaughter was a Civil War veteran, trail-driver, cattleman, Texas Ranger, famed Cochise County Sheriff, professional gambler, and an Arizona State Representative during his lifeti...

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John Selman (lawman and outlaw) (1839 - 1896)

John Selman (November 16, 1839-April 6, 1896) was an outlaw and sometimes lawman of the Old West. He is best known as the man who murdered outlaw John Wesley Hardin Early life, service with the Con...

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Octavious Spencer Forbis, Sr. MP (c.1827 - d.)

From Texas Gen Web: Octavious S Forbis Civil War Pension Application Sent for by Sharon Pierce and typed by Elaine Nall Bay. Reproduced From the Holdings of the Texas State Archives FORM No...

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Brevet Brig. General Langhorne Wister (USA) (1834 - 1891)

Civil War Union Brevet Brigadier General. Served in the Civil War first as a Captain in the 13th Pennsylvania Reserves, then as Colonel and commander of the 150th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. He ...

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Colonel William T. Nichols (USA) (1829 - 1882)

Civil War Union Army Officer. Enlisted in the Union Army upon the outbreak of the Ciivl War as a Private in Compaby K, 1st Vermont Volunteer Infantry in May 9, 1861. He served in the unit until it wa...

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Colonel Wheelock G. Veazey (USA) MP (1835 - 1898)

Wheelock Graves Veazey (December 5, 1835 – March 22, 1898) was an American attorney, judge, and government official. Veazey served as a justice of the Vermont Supreme Court, and as a member of...

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Colonel Richard P. Roberts (USA) (1820 - 1863)

Civil War Union Army Officer. Served in the Civil War as Colonel and commander of the 140th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. He was killed while leading his men into the Wheatfield on the second day of...

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Colonel Elijah Walker (USA) (1818 - 1905)

Civil War Union Army Officer. Upon the outbreak of the Civil War, he enlisted in the 4th Maine Volunteer Infantry regiment on June 15, 1861, and was commissioned Captain and commander of the unit's Com...

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Colonel Edwin S. Pierce (USA) (1833 - 1912)

At the Battle of Gettysburg, Lt. Colonel Edwin S. Pierce served under his brother, Colonel Byron Pierce, in the 3rd Michigan Volunteer Infantry.

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Brig. General Bryon R. Pierce (USA) (1829 - 1924)

Byron Root Pierce was born 20 Sep 1829 and died 10 Jul 1924. He is buried in Fulton Street Cemetery, Grand Rapids, Michigan. He was a Civil War Union Brigadier General. Originally the commander o...

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Brevet Brig. General Nelson B. Sweitzer (USA) (1829 - 1898)

Breveted Major, 1 July 1862, for gallant and meritorious service in the Peninsular Campaign in Virginia Breveted Lieutenant Colonel, 19 September 1864, for gallant and meritorious service in the ba...

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Capt. William Hezekiah Forrest (CSA) (c.1825 - 1871)

William Hezekiah Forrest was born in 1825. William ran slave businesses in St. Louis and Vicksburg, buying slaves from brother Aaron before resale. Their company was called Forrest and Maples. Willia...

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Lt. Col. Jessie Forrest (CSA) (c.1829 - 1890)

Lt. Colonel Jesse Anderson Forrest b. 8 Apr 1829 Chapel Hill, TN d. 14 Dec 1890: Lt. Colonel of 20th Tennessee CSA Regiment. On March 10, 1862 he took command of Co. D in Huntsville, Alabama. He wa...

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Capt. Aaron Forrest (CSA) (c.1828 - 1864)

Capt. Aaron Forrest He was a partner with his brothers in the slave trade. He owned A.H. Forrest and Company in Vicksburg, Mississippi in 1858. Sales stopped in 1860. Researcher Stewart Cruickshank i...

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Col. Jeffrey Forrest (CSA) (c.1837 - 1864)

Birth: 1837 in Tippah County, Mississippi, USA Death: Feb. 22, 1864, Okolona, Chickasaw County, Mississippi, USA Civil War Confederate Officer. Born in 1837 four months after the death of his fathe...

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Brevet Brig. General William Cooper Talley (USA) (1831 - 1903)

Before the war he was a newspaper editor at the Upland Union (Delaware County), and the Norristown National Democrat. He was mustered into service as Captain, Company F, 1st Pennsylvania Reserves on ...

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Colonel Charles F. Taylor (USA) (1840 - 1863)

Col Charles F. Taylor was killed in action while commanding the 13th Pennsylvania Reserves at the Battle of Gettyburg. Charles Frederick Taylor Born February 6 1840 Enrolled May 16 1861 Cap...

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Brevet Major Benjamin F. Rittenhouse (USA) (1839 - 1915)

Benjamin Franklin Rittenhouse (December 15, 1839 – March 6, 1915) was a U.S. Army 1st lieutenant during the American Civil War. Early life Rittenhouse was born in Berwick, Pennsylvania to ...

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Commander George Mifflin Bache, Jr. (USN) (1840 - 1896)

George Mifflin Bache was born in Washington, D.C. on November 12, 1840, the son of George Mifflin Bache [Sr.], a lieutenant in the Navy, and Eliza (Patterson) Bache, daughter of Commodore Daniel Todd P...

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Gen. Clark Swett Edwards (1823 - 1903)

Colonel Clark S. Edwards commanded the 5th Maine Infantry at the Battle of Gettysburg.

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Colonel Peter C. Ellmaker (USA) (1813 - 1890)

Colonel Peter C. Ellmaker commanded the 119th Pennsylvania Infantry at the Battle of Gettysburg.

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Brevet Brig. General Thomas S. Allen (USA) (1825 - 1905)

) Thomas S. Allen is best remembered for his leadership of the 5th Wisconsin Infantry during the Civil War. He also served as Wisconsin’s ninth secretary of state and published the Oshkosh Nor...

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Colonel James H. Walbridge (USA) (1826 - 1913)

Colonel Walbridge was the organizer and captain of company A, Second Vermont regiment of volunteers. At the time of his death in 1913, he was one of the few survivors among the 51 officers who at diffe...

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Colonel Thomas O. Seaver (USA) MP (1833 - 1912)

Thomas Orville Seaver (December 23, 1833 – July 11, 1912) rose to the rank of Colonel in the U.S. Army during the American Civil War and received the Medal of Honor, America's highest milita...

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Colonel Elisha L. Barney (USA) (1832 - 1864)

Civil War Union Army Officer. Colonel of the 17th Vermont Volunteer Infantry Colonel ELISHA L. BARNEY Elisha L. Barney was a merchant doing business in Swanton when the war broke out, and was assoc...

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Brevet Maj. General Nelson Cross (USA) (c.1826 - 1897)

Thirty-six year old Nelson Cross enlisted with the 67th New York, 1st Long Island Volunteers at Brooklyn on May 14, 1861. He was mustered in as Lieutenant Colonel on June 24, 1861. In the Antietam Ca...

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Colonel Silas Titus (USA) (1811 - 1899)

Silas Titus (May 30, 1811 – October 4, 1899) was a military officer who fought in the American Civil War in the Union Army. He was active in the organization of the city of Syracuse, New York,...

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Brevet Brig. General Horatio Rogers, Jr. (USA) (1836 - 1904)

Civil War Union Brevet Brigadier General. Gettysburg -- 2nd Rhode Island Infantry Regiment 2nd Brigade (Eustis), 3rd Division (Wheaton), VI Corps He served during the Civil War first as Major of ...

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Major William A. Harn (USA) (c.1834 - 1889)

William A. Harn commanded a New York artillery battery in the American Civil War. Pre War William A Harn was born in 1834 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Creation of the 3rd New York Battery...

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Gen. Edward B. Williston, Medal of Honor MP (1837 - 1920)

Edward Bancroft Williston (July 15, 1837 – April 24, 1920) was a brigadier general in the United States Army. He was a recipient of the Medal of Honor for gallantry during the American Civil...

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Brevet Brig. General James Wood, Jr. (USA) (1820 - 1893)

Civil War Union Brevet Brigadier General. Born in New York, at the start of Civil War he was received authority to recruit a regiment and was appointed Colonel in command of the 136th New York Voluntee...

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Colonel Charles B. Gambee (USA) (c.1828 - 1864)

Colonel Charles B. Gambee commanded the 55th Ohio Infantry during the Battle of Gettysburg. He was killed in action on 15 May 1864 during the Battle of Resaca.

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Colonel Philip P. Brown, Jr. (USA) (1823 - 1881)

Col. Philip P. Brown, Jr. Brown, a former resident of Hamilton, who raised and commanded the 157th Regiment of N.Y. Volunteers in the late civil war, died at St. Louis, Mo., of typhoid pneumonia in...

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Colonel Warren W. Packer (USA) (1835 - 1912)

Union officer Warren Wightman Packer was born on February 1, 1835 in Groton, Connecticut. He was a clerk there before the war. On July 23, 1861, he became Captain of Company G in the 5th Connecti...

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Lt. Colonel Augustus Wade Dwight (USA) (1827 - 1865)

Augustus Wade Dwight (1827–1865) was a lawyer who became an officer in the American Civil War. He served in 21 battles and was wounded three times, the last wound being fatal. Life Augustu...

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Colonel Leavitt Hunt (USA) (1831 - 1907)

Col. Leavitt Hunt (1831–February 16, 1907) was a Harvard-educated attorney and photography pioneer who was one of the first people to photograph the Middle East. He and a companion, Nathan Fli...

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Susan Coolidge (1835 - 1905)

Sarah Chauncey Woolsey (January 29, 1835 – April 9, 1905) was an American children's author who wrote under the pen name Susan Coolidge. Background Woolsey was born January 29, 1835 into t...

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Brig. Gen. Joshua Hall Bates (USA) (1817 - 1908)

Joshua Hall Bates (March 5, 1817 – July 26, 1908) was a lawyer, politician, and general in the Union Army during the early part of the American Civil War. He was a leading recruiter and organi...

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David Brainerd Lyman MP (1840 - 1914)

David Brainerd Lyman, son of David Belden Lyman (1803–1868), an early American missionary to Hawaii, was born March 27, 1840 and named for missionary David Brainerd. He moved from Hawaii to the ...

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Professor William S. Clark, Colonel (USA) (1826 - 1886)

William Smith Clark 1826-1886 Birth: July 31, 1826 in Massachusetts, United States Death: March 9, 1886 Occupation: College President, Scientist, Soldier Source: Dictionary of American Biog...

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Colonel Sidney D. Jackman (CSA) (1826 - 1886)

Sidney Drake Jackman was an American farmer, teacher, and soldier. Jackman chose to follow the Confederate cause in 1861, and entered the Missouri State Guard. The next year he was appointed the colone...

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Brevet Brig. General Silas Colgrove (USA) (1816 - 1907)

Birth: May 24, 1816 Death: Jan. 13, 1907 Civil War Union Brevet Brigadier General. A lawyer before the Civil War, he was appointed Lieutenant Colonel in the 8th Indiana Volunteer Infantry in Apri...

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Brevet Brig. General Ezra A. Carman (USA) (1834 - 1909)

Ezra Ayers Carman (February 27, 1834 – December 25, 1909) was an officer in the Union Army during the American Civil War, commanding a New Jersey infantry regiment and (occasionally) a brigade...

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Brevet Brig. General Nirom M. Crane (USA) (1828 - 1901)

Nirom Marium Crane Birth: Dec. 13, 1828 Death: Sep. 19, 1901 Civil War Union Brevet Brigadier General. He entered the Union Army with a commission of Lieutenant Colonel in the 23rd New York Volun...

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Captain William H. Hawley (USA) (1840 - 1864)

Captain WILLIAM H. HAWLEY was born at Bridgeport, Oct. 5th, 1840. He resided in Bridgeport until July, 1862, when he threw up an excellent position as a book-keeper to enlist as a private in Co. A of...

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Colonel William Rickards, Jr. (USA) (1825 - 1900)

Colonel William Rickards, Jr. commanded the 29th Pennsylvania Infantry at the Battle of Gettysburg. At Gettysburg The 29th Pennsylvania Infantry was also known as The Jackson Regiment. During the...

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