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Dr. Jeptha Vining Harris (CSA) (1839 - 1914)

) Jeptha Vining Harris (May 27, 1839 – 1914) was an assistant surgeon for the Confederate States Army and Confederate States Navy during the American Civil War. After the Civil War, he was a c...

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George Paul Harrison, Sr, Brig. General (Georgia Militia) (1813 - 1888)

. George Paul Harrison, Sr. (October 19, 1813 – May 14, 1888) was a brigadier general in the Georgia militia in 1856–1861, commander of the 1st Brigade in the Georgia State Troops and...

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Brig. General Gilbert S. Meem (Virginia Militia) (1824 - 1908)

Gilbert Simrall Meem (October 5, 1824 – June 10, 1908) was a brigadier general in the Virginia militia, who served along with the Confederate States Army in northwestern Virginia at various ti...

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Congressman Rudolph Kleberg (1847 - 1924)

Rudolph Kleberg (June 26, 1847 – December 28, 1924) was a U.S. Representative from Texas, great uncle of Robert Christian Eckhardt and uncle of Richard Mifflin Kleberg, Sr. Early life and ...

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Alfred Moore Waddell (1834 - 1912)

Alfred Moore Waddell (September 16, 1834 – March 17, 1912) was a Democratic U. S. Congressman from North Carolina between 1871 and 1879 and later mayor of Wilmington, North Carolina. Family ...

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Captain George Hall Moffett (CSA) (1829 - 1875)

Enlisted State of SC 26 Dec 1860 as a private in the Washington Light Infantry; entered Confederate service 24 Feb 1862 as private Company B, 25th Regiment, SCV. Promoted to 1st Lt and Adj on 30 Apr 18...

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Gen. Theodore W. Brevard, CSA MP (1835 - 1882)

Theodore Washington Brevard (not to be confused with his father, Theodorous) see for additional photos and information : Birth name Theodore Washington Brevard, Jr. Born August 26, 1835 T...

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James Madison Burns, Medal of Honor (1845 - 1910)

Civil War Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient. He served as a Lieutenant Colonel in the Union Army. He was awarded the Medal of Honor as a Sergeant in Company B, 1st West Virginia Infantry for actio...

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Captain Charles Seton Fleming (CSA) (1839 - 1864)

Killed in a skirmish at Gaines Farm, Virginia, June 3, 1864, while leading a gallant charge at Cold Harbor. He was buried where he died on the battlefield. Twenty-nine years later on June 3, 1893 (Fl...

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Francis P. Fleming, Governor (1841 - 1908)

Francis Philip Fleming (September 28, 1841 – December 20, 1908) was an American politician and the 15th Governor of Florida from 1889 to 1893. Fleming was a Democrat, strong supporter of segre...

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Capt. Frank Furness, Medal of Honor (1839 - 1912)

Citation Voluntarily carrier a box of ammunition across an open space swept by the enemy's fire to the relief of an outpost whose ammunition had become almost exhausted, but which was thus enabled ...

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Thomas Banks Cabaniss (1835 - 1915)

Thomas Banks Cabaniss (August 31, 1835 – August 14, 1915) was a United States Representative from Georgia. Biography Born in Forsyth, Georgia, he attended private schools and Penfield Coll...

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Colonel Nathan Dudley (USA) (1825 - 1910)

Nathan Augustus Monroe Dudley (August 20, 1825 – April 29, 1910) was a soldier who served as a Colonel of Volunteers and sometimes as an acting Brigadier General of Volunteers for the Union Ar...

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Daniel Webster Jones, Governor (1839 - 1918)

) Daniel Webster Jones (December 15, 1839 – December 25, 1918) was the 19th Governor of the U.S. state of Arkansas. Biography Jones was born in Bowie County, Texas. His family moved to Was...

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James Philip Eagle, Governor (1837 - 1904)

James Philip Eagle (August 10, 1837 – December 20, 1904) was the 16th Governor of the State of Arkansas. Biography Eagle was born in Maury County, Tennessee. His family moved to Arkansas e...

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Simon Pollard Hughes, Jr., Governor (1830 - 1906)

. Simon Pollard Hughes, Jr. (April 14, 1830 - June 29, 1906) was the 15th Governor of the State of Arkansas and an officer in the American Civil War. Biography Hughes was born in Carthage, Tennes...

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Judge John Baxter (1819 - 1886)

) John Baxter (March 5, 1819 – April 2, 1886) was an American attorney and jurist who served as a judge on the United States Circuit Court from 1877 to 1886. Initially a Whig, he had previousl...

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Elisha Baxter, Governor (1827 - 1899)

Elisha Baxter (September 1, 1827 – May 31, 1899) was the tenth Governor of the State of Arkansas. Biography Baxter was born in Rutherford County, North Carolina. He sought and obtained a...

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Harris Flanagin, Governor (1817 - 1874)

Harris Flanagin (November 3, 1817 – October 23, 1874) was an American politician and the seventh Governor of the State of Arkansas. Biography Flanagin was born in Roadstown, New Jersey, an...

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Brig. Gen. John Selden Roane (CSA), Governor (1817 - 1867)

John Selden Roane (January 8, 1817 – April 8, 1867) was a Confederate Brigadier General during the American Civil War. He also served as the fourth Governor of the State of Arkansas. Biogr...

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Harrison G. O. Blake, US Congress (1818 - 1876)

US Congressman, Civil War Union Army Officer. After moving to Ohio from New York, he studied law, was admitted to the bar in Ohio, and became a lawyer in Medina County. Representing Medina County, he...

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Joseph W. Fifer, Governor (1840 - 1938)

Joseph Wilson Fifer (October 28, 1840 – August 6, 1938) was the 19th Governor of Illinois, serving from 1889 to 1893. He also served as a member of the Illinois Senate, 1881–83. ...

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John William De Forest (1826 - 1906)

Major in the Civil War. John DeForest authored "The DeForests of Avesnes and of New Netherland: A Huguenot Thread in American Colonial History 1494 to the Present Time," published in 1900 by The Tutt...

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Jeremiah Augustus “Gus” Henderson (1832 - 1877)

Jeremiah Augustus (“Gus”) Henderson was a businessman and captain of the Confederate army from Gainers Store, Alabama. His sons include Charles Henderson, former governor of Alabama, an...

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Joseph F. Johnston, Governor, U.S. Senator MP (1843 - 1913)

Joseph Forney Johnston (March 23, 1843 – August 8, 1913) was an American Democratic politician and businessman who was the 30th Governor of Alabama from 1896 to 1900. He later served in the U....

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Thomas G. Jones, Governor MP (1844 - 1914)

Thomas Goode Jones (November 26, 1844 – April 28, 1914) was an American Democratic politician who was the 28th Governor of Alabama from 1890 to 1894. Born in 1844 in Macon, Georgia and died in...

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Colonel Charles Henry Howard (USA) (1838 - 1908)

Charles Henry Howard (August 28, 1838 – January 27, 1908) was an officer in the Union Army during the American Civil War, and a newspaper editor and publisher. He was the younger brother of ...

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Capt. John Lonergan, Medal of Honor MP (1839 - 1902)

Citation Gallantry in the recapture of 4 guns and the capture of 2 additional guns from the enemy; also the capture of a number of prisoners. Civil War Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient. S...

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Lt. George W. Hooker, Medal of Honor (1838 - 1902)

Citation Rode alone, in advance of his regiment, into the enemy's lines, and before his own men came up received the surrender of the major of a Confederate regiment, together with the colors and 1...

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David B. Henderson, 39th Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives (1840 - 1906)

David Bremner Henderson (March 14, 1840 – February 25, 1906), a ten-term Republican Congressman from Dubuque, Iowa, was the Speaker of the United States House of Representatives from 1899 to 1...

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Sgt Robert Earp Randall (USA) (1834 - 1905)

Brother of US Congressman Samuel Jackson Randall. He served during the Civil War as a Sergeant in the 1st Philadelphia City Troop, participating in the July 1863 Gettysburg Campaign.

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Samuel J. Randall, 33rd Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives (1828 - 1890)

Samuel Jackson Randall (October 10, 1828 – April 13, 1890) was a Pennsylvania politician, attorney, soldier, and a prominent Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives d...

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Joseph Partridge Brainerd (1840 - 1864)

Epitaph reads: JOSEPH PARTRIDGE BRAINERD, son of Joseph H. Brainerd and his wife Fanny Partridge, a conscientious, faithful, brave Union soldier, was born on the 27th day of June 1840, graduated from t...

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Charles H. Sheldon, Governor (1840 - 1898)

Charles Henry Sheldon (September 12, 1840 – October 20, 1898) was the second Governor of South Dakota. Biography Charles Henry Sheldon was born in Lamoille County, Vermont, the third of ...

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Dr. Jedediah Baxter (1837 - 1890)

Jedediah Hyde Baxter was a Union physician in Civil War, who joined Army in 1861 and rose to Brigadier General and Surgeon General of the Army and was buried at Arlington National Cemetery. ---------...

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Portus Baxter, US Congress (1806 - 1868)

Portus Baxter was a Vermont Congressman. An advocate for Civil War military members, he was nicknamed "The Soldier's Friend." Baxter moved to Derby Line, 1828. He was a successful merchant and farmer. ...

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John H. Mickey, Governor (1845 - 1910)

John Hopwood Mickey (September 30, 1845 – June 2, 1910, in Osceola, Nebraska) was a Republican politician who served as the 13th Governor of Nebraska from 1903 to 1907. Life and Career Ear...

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Albinus Nance, Governor (1848 - 1911)

Albinus Roberts Nance (March 30, 1848 – December 7, 1911) was an American politician. He served as a soldier during the American Civil War, and as the fourth Governor of Nebraska. Nance was ...

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Edmund Rhett (1833 - 1871)

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Col. Alfred M. Rhett,CSA (1829 - 1889)

Colonel Alfred Rhett, son of ex-United States and Confederate States Senator R. Barnwell Rhett, died at Charleston, S.C. yesterday in the sixtieth year of his age of congestive chills. He was graduat...

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Capt. Andrew B. Rhett, CSA (c.1833 - 1879)

Captain in the Army of Northern Virginia. Married Henrietta Aiken only daughter of Honorable William Aiken at Hillside the residence of Mrs. M. R. Singleton, Flat Rock, North Carolina on August 21,...

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Colonel Robert W. Huntington (USMC) (1840 - 1917)

Colonel Robert Watkinson Huntington commanded the First Marine Battalion (Reinforced) during the Spanish American War. The actions of the First Marine Battalion (Reinforced) helped to define the mo...

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Rear Admiral Lewis Ashfield Kimberly (1830 - 1902)

Rear Admiral Lewis Ashfield Kimberly (April 22, 1830 – January 28, 1902) was an officer in the United States Navy during the American Civil War and the years following. Biography Early lif...

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Rear Admiral Norman von Heldreich Farquhar (1840 - 1907)

Rear Admiral Norman von Heldreich Farquhar (11 April 1840 – 3 July 1907) was an officer in the United States Navy during the American Civil War. He is best known for commanding a naval squadro...

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Ulysses Sapp (1841 - 1864)

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Peter Keller (1834 - 1869)

Served in the Civil War. May have died as a result of wounds received in the war. from:

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George W. Barnes (1819 - 1891)

OBITUARY of George W. Bearnes as it appeared in Macon, Missouri: "Capt. George W. BEARNES, 72, died at his residence in Macon, Mo. 14 August 1891. He was born in Licking county, Ohio 13 March 1819, and...

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Leicester Perry Riley (1840 - 1910)

Leicester was a Civil War veteran. He was a Sgt in the 121st Ohio Infantry.

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James Elmo Derriso MP (1840 - 1862)

James Elmo Deriso, son of Moses and Anne Folks Deriso, was born on April 25, 1840 in Jefferson County, Georgia. He moved to Emanuel County, with his family. When the Civil War broke out in 1861 both th...

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Green T. Derriso MP (1845 - 1862)

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Albert Jennings Fountain (1838 - c.1896)

Albert Jennings Fountain (October 23, 1838 – disappeared February 1, 1896) was a lawyer, Indian fighter, and Republican politician in Texas and New Mexico. Biography Fountain was born on S...

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Captain James William Boyd (CSA) (1822 - 1865)

James William Boyd (1822 – after 1865) was a Confederate States of America military officer who was alleged in a conspiracy theory to have been killed in the place of John Wilkes Booth, the as...

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Aurelius Benton Messmore (1836 - 1911)

AMERICAN CIVIL WAR SOLDIER - SERGEANT, COMPANY D, 114TH OHIO INFANTRY REGIMENT. PROMOTED TO FULL 1ST SERGEANT, PROMOTED TO FULL 2ND LIEUTENANT, PROMOTED TO 1ST LIEUTENANT

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John Harris, Commandant of the USMC (1793 - 1864)

John Harris (May 20, 1793–May 12, 1864) was the sixth Commandant of the Marine Corps. He served in the Marine Corps for over 50 years, attaining the rank of colonel. Harris was born in East ...

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Erwin Root (1845 - 1864)

During the American Civil War, Erwin Root served in Company D, 13th Michigan Infantry at the rank of Private.

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Milan McKee (1843 - 1891)

Inscription on grave stone: 20th Ohio infantry

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Jonathan David McKenzie (1839 - 1863)

MILITARY STONE: Co. K. 43 Reg. OVI. - age 23y 5m 23d. from:

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Colonel Chauncy Wright Griggs (USA) MP (1832 - 1910)

He rose to the rank of Colonel during the Civil War. He was offered the rank of General but had to resign because of illness. On July 13, 1862, his group surrendered at Murfreesboro, Tennessee. All...

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Maj. Charles L. Scott (CSA), US Congress (1827 - 1899)

Charles Lewis Scott (January 23, 1827 – April 30, 1899) is a former American Democratic politician from California. Biography Charles L. Scott was born January 23, 1827 in Richmond, Virgin...

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Capt. Arthur Keller, CSA (1836 - 1896)

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Brig. Gen. Charles W. Adams MP (1817 - 1878)

Charles William Adams (August 16, 1817 – September 9, 1878) was a Confederate States Army colonel during the American Civil War (Civil War). In 1864, he was commander of the Confederate Northe...

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Samuel Lora Kennedy (1844 - 1917)

The death of Mr. Kennedy takes from the community one of the real veterans of the Civil War, a veteran who had had a remarkable record as a soldier for the Union during the civil strife of the early si...

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Capt. Andrew Long (1843 - 1878)

1873 Military Record of Civilian Appointments in the United States Army, by Guy V. Henry Andrew K. Long (Born in Illinois. Appointed from Tennessee.) Military History: Private 7th Pennsylvania Voluntee...

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John Jarrette (Confederate guerrilla, member of the James-Younger Gang) MP (1836 - c.1868)

"He never knew fear"--Cole Younger John Jarrette (1836-1868?) - Born in Kentucky, John married Mary Josephine Younger, sister to the would-be outlaw Younger Brothers. The couple lived in Jackson Coun...

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Allen H. Parmer (1848 - 1927)

PARMER, ALLEN (1848–1927). Allen Parmer, cattleman, farmer, and railroad builder, was born to Isaac and Barbara (Hazard) Parmer in Independence, Missouri, on May 6, 1848. After a common-school e...

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William McWaters (1845 - 1875)

William McWaters (ca. 1844-1875) was an American gunfighter from Missouri who once rode with William Clarke Quantrill. Though not as well known today as the likes of the James-Younger Gang, McWaters ...

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Captain Emmet Crawford (1844 - 1886)

Emmet Crawford (December 22, 1844 – January 18, 1886) was an American soldier who rose through the ranks to become an officer. He was most noted for his time spent in the Arizona Territory und...

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Jim Courtright (1845 - 1887)

Timothy Isaiah Courtright, also known as "Longhair Jim" or "Big Jim" Courtright (1848 - February 8, 1887), was an American lawman, outlaw and gunfighter. He was born in Sangamon County, Illinois, w...

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Charlie Bassett (c.1847 - 1896)

Profie photo: The "Dodge City Peace Commission" June 1883. Bassett is at far left, in a white coat. From left to right, standing: W.H. Harris, Luke Short, Bat Masterson, W.F. Petillon. Seated: Charlie ...

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Gen. George Crosman (1799 - 1882)

George Hampden Crosman (November 2, 1799 – May 28, 1882) was a career officer in the Regular Army of the United States who served primarily with the Quartermaster Corps. After graduating from ...

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Robert "Wood" Hite (c.1850 - 1881)

Robert Woodson "Wood" Hite (c.1850-1881) was an outlaw and cousin of Frank and Jesse James. He was a member of the James-Younger gang, participating in a number of robberies and other crimes. He was sh...

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Maj George Washington Ware C.S.A. (1802 - 1849)

Find a Grave Birth: Feb. 2, 1802 Death: Apr. 19, 1849 Wilson's 5th Bttn. Ga. Mtd. Vols George married Mildred Sorrells on 18 December 1823 in Madison Co. GA. He was the son of James Jr. and...

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Alfred Alverson Thayer (1838 - 1878)

Saw military service in the Civil War.

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Henry Burroughs Holliday (1819 - 1893)

Find a Grave Birth: Mar. 11, 1819 Laurens County South Carolina, USA Death: Feb. 22, 1893 Valdosta Lowndes County Georgia, USA Henry HOLLIDAY served in the quartermasters corps of the 27th regi...

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George Hildreth Devol (1829 - 1903)

George H. Devol was, by his own admission, "the slickest rascal on the Mississippi River." A sure-thing gambler, Devol spent forty raucous years on the riverboats, cheating, conning, dealing cold hands...

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Charles Earl "Black Bart" Boles (1829 - 1888)

"Black Bart" American Civil War Soldiers Name: Charles Boles RESIDENCE: Decatur, Illinois Enlistment Date: 13 Aug 1862 Side Served: Union State Served: Illinois Service Record: Promoted to ...

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Steele MacKaye (1842 - 1894)

James Morrison Steele MacKaye (/məˈkaɪ/ mə-KY; June 6, 1842 – February 25, 1894) was an American playwright, actor, theater manager and inventor. Having acted, writ...

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Clarence E. Bennett (1833 - 1902)

Wikipedia Biographical Summary: "... Clarence Edmund Bennett , (1833–1902) usually referred to as Clarence E. Bennett, a graduate of West Point, a career American Army officer that saw duty al...

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Colonel Alexander Hoff (USA) (1822 - 1876)

Alexander H. Hoff was born in Philadelphia in 1821 and died there in 1876. He was a graduate of Jefferson Medical College and spent some time after graduation working at Blockley Hospital (now the Ph...

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Harrison Gray Otis (1837 - 1917)

) Harrison Gray Otis (1837–1917) was the president and general manager of the Times-Mirror Company, publisher of the Los Angeles Times. Early life Otis was born near Marietta, Ohio, on Feb...

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Oliver Boggs "Oll" Shepperd (1842 - 1868)

Oliver "Oll" Shepherd (1842-1868) - Born on November 25, 1842, Shepherd married Mary Jane Vance on February 2, 1860 and the couple would have two children. He fought with the Quantrill's Raiders during...

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George Washington Shepperd (1842 - 1917)

George Washington Shepherd (1842-1917) - Born in Missouri, Shepherd married Martha Sanders in March 1861. He fought with William Quantrill's gang of guerillas during the Civil War and afterwards joined...

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Berry F. Johns MP (1837 - 1916)

He enlisted in company B, 26th Reg of Ga Volunteers. He was captured at the Battle of the Wilderness 6 May 1864 and was released in Richmond Va in Apr 1865. Partial paralysis caused by a gunshot wound ...

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Homer A. Holt (1831 - 1898)

) Homer A. Holt (born April 27, 1831, Parkersburg, then in Virginia; died January 7, 1898, Lewisburg, West Virginia) was a West Virginia lawyer and justice of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appea...

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John Stuckey (1823 - 1908)

John Stuckey served in the Confederate army during the American Civil War.

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Major Henry M. Mathews (CSA), Governor (1834 - 1884)

Henry Mason Mathews (March 29, 1834 – April 28, 1884) was the 7th Attorney General and 5th Governor of West Virginia. He was the first ex-Confederate to be elected Governor in the United State...

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John S. Goldsborough (1835 - 1885)

John S. Goldsborough served as a surgeon during the American Civil War.

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William Stone (1842 - 1897)

) William Stone (September 4, 1842 – May 22, 1897) was a nineteenth-century Union Army officer, passionate Unionist, dedicated Freedmen’s Bureau agent, self-educated attorney, and Attor...

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William Sample (deceased)

William enlisted in the Union Army October 2, 1862.

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Theodore F. Sample (1846 - 1919)

Theodore fought in the Civil War. He was captured and held in the Andersonville Prison for 5 months and 12 days.

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William Thornton, 15th Governor of New Mexico Territory (1843 - 1916)

William Taylor Thornton (February 9, 1843 – March 16, 1916) was the 15th Governor of New Mexico Territory from 1893 to 1897. Biography Thornton was born on February 9, 1843 in Calhoun, Mis...

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Brevet Brig. General Francis M. Drake (USA), Governor (1830 - 1903)

Francis Marion Drake (December 30, 1830 – November 20, 1903) was an American politician who became the 16th Governor of Iowa. Biography Drake was born in Rushville, Illinois, the son of ...

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Buren R. Sherman, Governor (1836 - 1904)

Buren Robinson Sherman (May 28, 1836 – November 11, 1904) was the 12th Governor of Iowa, serving from 1882 to 1886. Biography Sherman was born in Phelps, Ontario County, New York on May 28...

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Joshua G. Newbold, Governor (1830 - 1903)

Joshua G. Newbold (May 12, 1830, Fayette County, Pennsylvania – June 10, 1903, Mount Pleasant, Iowa) was the tenth Governor of Iowa. Early life Newbold grew up in a Quaker family in Pennsy...

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Cyrus C. Carpenter, Governor (1829 - 1898)

Cyrus Clay Carpenter (November 24, 1829 – May 29, 1898) was a Civil War officer, the eighth Governor of Iowa and U.S. Representative from Iowa's 9th congressional district. Early life Born...

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Samuel Merrill, Governor (1822 - 1899)

) Samuel Merrill (August 7, 1822 – August 31, 1899) was the seventh Governor of Iowa from 1868–1872, as well as an officer in the Union army during the American Civil War. Biography ...

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Brevet Brig. General William Beadle (USA) (1838 - 1915)

William Henry Harrison Beadle (January 1, 1838 – November 15, 1915) was an American administrator. Biography He was born in a log cabin in Parke County, Indiana, and grew up on the front...

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Edmund N. Morrill, Governor (1834 - 1909)

Edmund Needham Morrill (February 12, 1834 – March 14, 1909) was a U.S. Congressman from Kansas and the 13th Governor of Kansas. Edmund Needham Morrill was born in Westbrook, Maine to Rufus a...

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Lyman U. Humphrey, Governor (1844 - 1915)

Lyman Underwood Humphrey (July 25, 1844 – September 12, 1915) was the 11th Governor of Kansas. Early life Humphrey was born in New Baltimore, Ohio to Lyman and Elizabeth (Everhart) Humphre...

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Jabez Lamar Monroe Curry (1825 - 1903)

Jabez Lamar Monroe Curry (June 5, 1825 – February 12, 1903) was a lawyer, soldier, U.S. Congressman, college professor and administrator, diplomat, and officer in the Confederate States Army d...

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