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Rufus W. Cobb, Governor MP (1829 - 1913)

Rufus Willis Cobb (February 25, 1829 – November 26, 1913) was an American Democratic politician who was the 25th Governor of Alabama from 1878 to 1882. Biography Rufus Wills Cobb was born ...

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Robert Wilkinson Furnas, Governor (1824 - 1905)

Robert Wilkinson Furnas (May 5, 1824 – June 1, 1905) was the second Governor of Nebraska . Furnas was born near Troy, Ohio, and attended public school. He worked as a farmer, printer, tinsmi...

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William Fishback, Governor MP (1831 - 1903)

William Meade Fishback (November 5, 1831 – February 9, 1903) was the 17th Governor of Arkansas and U.S. Senator-Elect for Arkansas. Biography Fishback was born in Jeffersonton, Virginia, i...

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Robert Irwin Hogue (1836 - 1929)

Robert Hogue took part in Sherman's march to the sea during the American Civil War.

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Christian Sellers, IV (1839 - 1899)

"Christian Sellers, the son of Christian and Susannah Sellers, was born in Greene County, Pennsylvania, June 9, 1839, and lived there until he reached his tenth year, when in the spring of 1849, his pa...

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Edward Joshua Houston (1818 - 1888)

Pvt Co K 51 Regt Ga Vol Inf, Confederate States Army

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Emanuel Antley (1815 - 1863)

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Oliver Eagy (1839 - 1911)

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Benjamin F. Jonas, U.S. Senator MP (1834 - 1911)

Benjamin Franklin Jonas (July 19, 1834 – December 21, 1911) was a Democratic U.S. Senator from Louisiana and an officer in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. He was the...

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John A. Mead, Governor (1841 - 1920)

John Abner Mead (April 20, 1841 – January 12, 1920) was a Vermont physician, businessman and politician who served as 45th Lieutenant Governor of Vermont from 1908 to 1910, and the 53rd Govern...

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Charles J. Bell, Governor (1845 - 1909)

Charles James Bell (March 10, 1845 – September 25, 1909), a Republican, was the 50th Governor of the U.S. state of Vermont from 1904 to 1906. Early life and education He graduated from Pea...

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Josiah Grout, Governor (1841 - 1925)

Josiah Grout, Jr. (May 28, 1841 – July 19, 1925) was an American lawyer and politician in the US state of Vermont. Born in Quebec, Canada to Vermonter parents, he served in the American Civi...

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Urban A. Woodbury, Governor (1838 - 1915)

Urban Andrain Woodbury (July 11, 1838 - April 15, 1915) was an American Civil War veteran, an entrepreneur and a U.S. politician of the Republican Party. Served as the 45th governor of Vermont. Pre...

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Ebenezer J. Ormsbee, Governor (1834 - 1924)

Ebenezer Jolls Ormsbee (June 8, 1834 – April 3, 1924) was a teacher, a lawyer, a U.S. politician of the Republican Party, and an American Civil War veteran. Early life Ormsbee was born in ...

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John L. Barstow, Governor (1832 - 1913)

John Lester Barstow (February 21, 1832 – June 28, 1913) was a teacher, farmer, politician, and soldier. Barstow was born in Shelburne, Vermont, the son of Heman and Lorain (Lyon) Barstow. Af...

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Roswell Farnham, Governor (1827 - 1903)

Roswell Farnham (July 23, 1827 – January 5, 1903) was an American politician of the Republican Party, an officer in the Union Army during the American Civil War, a lawyer, and the 38th Governo...

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Peter T. Washburn, Governor (1814 - 1870)

Peter Thacher Washburn (September 7, 1814 – February 7, 1870) was a lawyer, politician and Adjutant and Inspector General of the State of Vermont during the American Civil War. He was elected ...

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William Peters Hepburn, US Congress (1833 - 1916)

William Peters Hepburn (November 4, 1833 – February 7, 1916) was an American Civil War officer and an eleven-term Republican congressman from Iowa's now-obsolete 8th congressional district, se...

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Brig. General William Price Craighill (1833 - 1909)

William Price Craighill (July 1, 1833 – January 18, 1909) was born in Charles Town, Virginia (now West Virginia). He was an author, Union Army engineer in the American Civil War, and later ser...

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Maj. General George L. Gillespie, Jr (1841 - 1913)

. George Gillespie, Jr., (October 7, 1841-September 27, 1913) was an American soldier who received the highest military decoration that the United States bestows to members of the military, the Medal...

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Brig. General John Moulder Wilson (1837 - 1919)

John Moulder Wilson (October 8, 1837–February 1, 1919) was a Union Army engineer and later served as Chief of Engineers as well as serving as Superintendent of the United States Military Acade...

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Brig. General Thomas Lincoln Casey, Sr. (1831 - 1896)

Thomas Lincoln Casey, Sr. (May 10, 1831 – March 25, 1896) was a soldier and engineer. Biography Thomas Lincoln Casey was a noted military and civil engineer of the late 19th Century. H...

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Corp. Charles Carroll (1836 - 1863)

Stone indicates that he died in the Battle of Gettysburg, a corporal in Co. D of the 7th Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Year of birth calculated from age at death, 27 years. from:

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Andrew J. Russell (1829 - 1902)

Andrew Joseph Russell (20 March 1829, Walpole, New Hampshire–22 September 1902, Brooklyn, New York) was a 19th-century American photographer of the Civil War and Union Pacific Railroad. Russ...

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Lt. Howard B. Cushing (USA) (1838 - 1871)

Howard B. Cushing, or Howard Birmingham Cushing was born in Wisconsin, and served in the United States Army from 1861 to 1871, until he was killed during “Cushing’s Pursuit” in sou...

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Pvt. Jeremiah Lamar Shaw, C. S. A. MP (1832 - 1892)

Georgia 25th Infantry, Company F.

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Daniel Morrison Harkness, (G.A.R.) MP (1822 - 1896)

Daniel M. Harkness was born in Milan, Ohio in 1822 He played an important role in the formation of Standard Oil. His younger half-brother on his mother's side, Henry Flagler and his older half-brothe...

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Benjamin Franklin Cox MP (c.1825 - 1875)

U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861- 1865: Name:Benjamin Cox- Side: Confederate Regiment. State/Origin: Mississippi. ************************************************************************************...

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Captain William Laws Cannon (USA) (1839 - 1863)

William Laws Cannon (1839–1863) served in the Union Army during the Civil War. He was the Captain of Company E of the First Delaware Calvary. William died of exposure in 1863 during the Gettysbu...

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Col. Samuel Newitt Wood (1825 - 1891)

Samuel Newitt Wood (December 30, 1825 – June 23, 1891) was an American attorney and politician. Wood represented Chase, Morris, and Madison counties in the Kansas Territorial Legislature i...

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Elisha Dyer, Jr., Governor (1839 - 1906)

. Elisha Dyer, Jr. (November 29, 1839 – November 29, 1906) was a Rhode Island politician who was 45th Governor of Rhode Island from 1897 to 1900. He was the son of Elisha Dyer, Governor of Rho...

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Lieutenant Irvine Bulloch (CSN) (1842 - 1898)

Irvine Stephens Bulloch (25 June 1842 – 14 July 1898) was an officer in the Confederate Navy and the youngest officer on the famed warship CSS Alabama. He fired its last shot before it was sun...

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John Scott (1824 - d.)

"John Scott, son of John Scott and Eliza Skelly, was born April 14th, 1824...he attended Franklin College, New Athens, Ohio in the summer of 1841. Later he studied law and was atmitted to the bar in th...

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Col. Philander Lane (1821 - 1899)

Philander Parmele Lane was a Cincinnati businessman living in what would soon become Norwood, Ohio. His company, Lane & Bodley, grew into an international supplier of machinery. He had at least one ven...

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Entellus McLean Boyer Scott (deceased)

Entellus McLean Boyer Scott enlisted with Co E 36th Iowa Infantry. from:

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William Forse Scott (1844 - 1933)

Son of Abraham McLean Scott and Julia Ann Boyer. Husband of Bertha Lane. Father of Philip Lane Scott. Adjutant of 4th Iowa Cavalry. Lawyer on Wall St., New York City. Moved to California by 1930. Renow...

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Walter Quincy Scott (1845 - 1917)

Walter Quincy Scott was born of Scotch Presbyterian ancestry, the sixth of twelve children born to Abram McLean Scott and Julia Anne Boyer. His grandfather and great-grandfather were soldiers in the Wa...

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Donelson Caffery, U.S. Senator (1835 - 1906)

Donelson Caffery (September 10, 1835 – December 30, 1906) was an American politician from the state of Louisiana, a distinguished soldier in the American Civil War, and a sugar plantation owne...

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Joseph D. Sayers, Governor (c.1841 - c.1929)

Joseph Draper Sayers (September 23, 1841 – May 15, 1929) was the 22nd Governor of Texas from 1899 to 1903. During Sayers's term, the Galveston Hurricane of 1900 demolished that city. Ear...

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David B. Culberson, US Congress (1830 - 1900)

David Browning Culberson (September 29, 1830 – May 7, 1900) was a Confederate soldier, a Democratic U.S. Representative from Texas and Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee. Early year...

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Thomas Elisha Hogg (1842 - 1880)

HOGG, THOMAS ELISHA (1842–1880). Thomas Elisha Hogg [pseud. Tom R. Burnett], lawyer, editor, and writer, son of Lucanda (McMath) and Joseph Lewis Hogg, was born in Cherokee County, Texas, on J...

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John Ireland, Governor (1827 - 1896)

) John Ireland (January 1, 1827 – March 15, 1896) was the 18th Governor of Texas from 1883 to 1887. During Ireland's term, the University of Texas was established, and construction on the Texa...

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Richard B. Hubbard, Governor (1832 - 1901)

Richard Bennett Hubbard, Jr. (November 1, 1832 – July 12, 1901) was the 16th Governor of Texas from 1876 to 1879 and United States Envoy to Japan from 1885 to 1889. He was a Confederate vete...

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Richard Coke, Governor, U.S. Senator (1829 - 1897)

Richard Coke (March 13, 1829 – May 14, 1897) was an American lawyer, farmer, and statesman from Waco, Texas. He was the 15th governor of Texas from 1874 to 1876 and represented Texas in the U....

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Brig. General Edmund J. Davis (USA), Governor (1827 - 1883)

Edmund Jackson Davis (October 2, 1827 – February 7, 1883) was an American lawyer, soldier, and politician. He was a Southern Unionist and a general in the Union Army in the American Civil Wa...

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James W. Throckmorton, Governor (1825 - 1894)

James Webb Throckmorton (February 1, 1825 – April 21, 1894) was an American politician who served as the 12th Governor of Texas from 1866 to 1867 during the early days of Reconstruction. He ...

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Gustav Schleicher, US Congress (1823 - 1879)

Gustav Schleicher (sometimes spelled Gustave) (November 19, 1823–January 10, 1879) was a German-born Democratic United States Representative from Texas. He was an engineer who served briefly...

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Thomas Saltus Lubbock (1817 - 1862)

Thomas (some sources give Thompson) Saltus Lubbock (November 29, 1817– January 9, 1862) was a Texas Ranger and soldier in the Confederate army during the American Civil War. Biography ...

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Edward Clark, Governor (1815 - 1880)

) Edward Clark (April 1, 1815 – May 4, 1880) was the eighth Governor of Texas. His term coincided with the beginning of the American Civil War. Life and state politics Born in New Or...

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Private Harvey Holcomb Stowe (USA) (1827 - 1868)

During the American Civil War, Harvey Holcomb Stowe served as a private in the Union Army's 81st Regiment Indiana Infantry.

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Cpl. Alfred O. P. Nicholson, Jr., CSA (1840 - 1915)

DO not confuse with his cousin, Alfred O. P. N. Akin . NICHOLSON, A.O.P., Jr., 1840 - (17 Jun) 1915 - (Co. H., 1st Tenn Inf. & Co. G. 9th Tenn Cav., C.S.A.) "Block E"

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William Ball Rice (1840 - 1909)

William Ball Rice (1840–1909) was an American industrialist who co-founded Rice & Hutchins, a shoe manufacturing company with main offices in Boston, Massachusetts. He served as president of the...

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William H. Kitchin (1837 - 1901)

William Hodges Kitchin (December 22, 1837 – February 2, 1901) was a one-term U.S. Congressional representative from North Carolina. He helped tighten the color line between blacks and whites i...

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Daniel Lindsay Russell, Governor (1845 - 1908)

Daniel Lindsay Russell, Jr. (August 7, 1845 – May 14, 1908) was the 49th Governor of North Carolina from 1897 to 1901, an attorney and judge, and a politician elected as state representative a...

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Thomas Jordan Jarvis, Governor, U.S. Senator (1836 - 1915)

Thomas Jordan Jarvis (January 18, 1836 – June 17, 1915) was the 44th Governor of the U.S. state of North Carolina from 1879 to 1885. Jarvis later served as a U.S. Senator from 1894 to 1895, an...

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Charon Devereaux, C. S. A. MP (1814 - 1861)

I can find no proof his father was James or grandfather was Patrick. Please contact me if you have sources! The United States Census Records for 1860 for Liberty County, Georgia, shows that C. Debrow...

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Hon. Lieut. Gov. William Dunlap Simpson MP (1823 - 1890)

Civil War Confederate Army Officer, CSA Congressman, South Carolina Governor. He joined the Confederate Army after the outbreak of the Civil War, becoming Lieutenant Colonel of the 14th South Carol...

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Luther Paris Wetherby (1834 - 1874)

Luther Wetherby was a surgeon in the Union Army during the Civil War.

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Captain William Willis (USA) (1811 - 1885)

During the Civil War, William Willis was captain of Company C of the 5th West Virginia Infantry of the Union Army.

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James K. P. Lafoon, US Congress (1844 - 1906)

James Knox Polk Laffoon (October 24, 1844 - October 22, 1906) was a U.S. Representative from Kentucky. Born near Madisonville, Kentucky, Laffoon attended the local schools. In September 1861, dur...

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Lt. Colonel Thomas Z. Morrow (USA) (1835 - 1913)

Thomas Zanzinger[a] Morrow (September 3, 1836 – August 25, 1913) was a lawyer, judge, and politician from Kentucky. He was one of twenty-eight men who founded the Kentucky Republican Party. Hi...

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George Riley Watson, C. S. A. MP (1843 - 1861)

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Thomas McCord (CSA) (1836 - 1889)

Thomas McCord fought for the Confederacy under General Nathan B. Forrest during the Civil War, and suffered a wound that required the amputation of part of his leg.

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Col Josiah Patterson (CSA) US Congress (1837 - 1904)

Josiah Patterson (April 14, 1837-February 10, 1904) was an American soldier, political figure, and a member of the United States House of Representatives for the 10th District of Tennessee. Biogr...

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Albert Prince Edwards (1846 - 1909)

Find a Grave Birth: May 27, 1846 Marion County South Carolina, USA Death: May 13, 1909 Private 1st Company C Manigault's Artillery & Gregg's Battery (McQueen's) Light Artillery CSA Family l...

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Albert Smith Marks MP (1836 - 1891)

Attorney and Civil War soldier, Tennessee Governor Albert S. Marks was born at Owensboro, Kentucky, on October 16, 1836, the son of Elisha S. Marks. He grew up on his father's farm in Daviess County....

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James D. Porter, Governor MP (1828 - 1912)

James Davis Porter (December 7, 1828–May 18, 1912) was an American politician, educator, and soldier. He served as Governor of Tennessee from 1875 to 1879, and was subsequently appointed Assis...

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James Albert Jenkins, Sr. (CSA) (1841 - 1915)

James Albert Jenkins, Sr., enlisted on 12 April, 1861 in the South Carolina Volunteers, Co C, Jenkins Brigade, Hoods Division, Longstreet Corps, in the War Between the States, stationed on Coles Island...

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John Peter Richardson III, Governor (1831 - 1899)

John Peter Richardson III (September 25, 1831 – July 6, 1899) was the 83rd Governor of South Carolina from 1886 to 1890. Richardson was born in Clarendon County, South Carolina to John Pet...

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Brig. General Lloyd Tilghman (CSA) (1816 - 1863)

Lloyd Tilghman (January 26, 1816–May 16, 1863) was a railroad construction engineer and a Confederate general in the American Civil War, killed at the Battle of Champion Hill. He is best kno...

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Benjamin Crooks Burney MP (1844 - 1892)

Served in the Civil War as Sergeant, Co. A, Shecoe's Chickasaw Mounted Volunteers, C.S.A

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Lt. Richard Rowland Kirkland (CSA) ("The Angel of Marye's Heights") (1843 - 1863)

Richard Rowland Kirkland, known as "The Angel of Marye's Heights", (August 1843 – September 20, 1863) was a Confederate Army soldier during the American Civil War, noted for his bravery and hu...

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Cornelius Nye (1826 - 1864)

Enlisted in Company D, 2nd Vermont Regiment and was killed at the battle of the Wilderness during the Civil War.

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Col. James Jackson, III (1822 - 1878)

General Notes: He was educated in private schools in Nashville and Florence, engaged in extensive planting, built a large plantation residence, nine miles from Florence which he called the "Sinks" wh...

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Joseph Aspey (1837 - 1925)

Find a Grave Birth: Sep. 11, 1837 Pennsylvania, USA Death: Sep. 8, 1925 Missouri, USA Joseph was born in Pennsylvania. During the Civil War he served in the 32nd Iowa Infantry, Co. E. He was pe...

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Colonel Allen D. Candler (CSA), Governor MP (1834 - 1910)

Allen Daniel Candler (November 4, 1834 – October 26, 1910) was a Georgia state legislator, U.S. Representative and the 56th Governor of Georgia. Biography Candler was born the eldest...

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Middleton Pope Barrow, U.S. Senator (1839 - 1903)

Middleton Pope Barrow (August 1, 1839 – December 23, 1903) was a United States Senator from Georgia. Born near Antioch, Georgia in Oglethorpe County, he attended a private academy and graduate...

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James Jackson, Chief Justice, Georgia Supreme Court (1819 - 1887)

) James Jackson (October 18, 1819 – January 13, 1887) was a United States Representative from Georgia, a judge advocate in the American Civil War, and a chief justice of the Supreme Court of G...

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James Martin Hawkins (1847 - 1934)

Find a Grave Birth: Sep. 19, 1847 Brumley Miller County Missouri, USA Death: Nov. 21, 1934 Miller County Missouri, USA James was educated in the hog and hominy and hickory stick schools of Glai...

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James Hoge Tyler, Governor (1846 - 1925)

James Hogue Tyler (August 11, 1846 - January 3, 1925) was a United States political figure. He was the 16th Lieutenant Governor of Virginia from 1890 to 1894, and the 43rd Governor of Virginia from 1...

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Colonel Charles Triplett O'Ferrall (CSA), Governor (1840 - 1905)

Charles Triplett "Trip" O'Ferrall (October 21, 1840 – September 22, 1905) was a Virginian politician who served as a U.S. Representative from 1883 to 1894 and the 42nd Governor of Virginia fro...

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Philip Watkins McKinney, Governor (1832 - 1899)

Philip Watkins McKinney (March 17, 1832 – March 1, 1899) was an American politician who served as the 41st Governor of Virginia from 1890 to 1894. Born in New Store, in Buckingham County, he a...

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William E. Cameron, Governor (1842 - 1927)

William Evelyn Cameron (November 29, 1842 – January 25, 1927) was a soldier, lawyer, journalist, and politician. He served as the 39th Governor of Virginia from 1882–1886, elected as th...

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Colonel Frederick W. M. Holliday (CSA), Governor (1828 - 1899)

Frederick William Mackey Holliday (February 22, 1828 – May 20, 1899) was a member of the Confederate Congress during the American Civil War and the 38th Governor of Virginia from 1878 to 1882....

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Robert Coles (b. - 1862)

Roberts Coles died during the Civil War at the Battle of Roanoke Island, February 8, 1862.

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Rear Admiral George Wallace Melville (1841 - 1912)

Rear Admiral George Wallace Melville, USN (10 January 1841 – 17 March 1912) was an engineer, Arctic exploration and author. As chief of the Bureau of Steam Engineering, he headed a time of gre...

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Captain Duncan Ingraham (USN) (CSN) (1802 - 1891)

Duncan Nathaniel Ingraham (6 December 1802 – 16 October 1891) was an officer in the United States Navy who later served in the Confederate States Navy. U.S. Navy service A native of Ch...

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George Hughes, C. S. A. MP (1838 - 1861)

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Lt.Col. William M. Ferry (1824 - 1905)

. William Montague Ferry, Jr. (July 8, 1824 – January 2, 1905) was a Michigan and Utah politician and an officer in the Union Army during the American Civil War. Michigan years Ferry w...

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Thomas Davidson Christie (1843 - 1921)

Thomas Davidson Christie (21 Jan 1843 - 25 May 1921) was a Civil War veteran and a missionary and educator in Turkey from 1877 to 1920. He was born in Sion Mills, County Tyrone, Ireland, the son of J...

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Muscos Russell Hunter Garnett, US Congressman (1821 - 1864)

Muscoe Russell Hunter Garnett (July 25, 1821 – February 14, 1864), was a nineteenth century politician and lawyer from Virginia. Garnett was the son of James Mercer Garnett and Maria (Hunt...

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Lt. Col. Powhatan Bolling Whittle (CSA) (1829 - 1905)

(According to: ): An uncle of Matoaka Sims, Powhatan Bolling Whittle was the youngest of James Whittle's eight brothers. He was named after his ancestor, the Algonquian chieftain Powhatan. Reputed to...

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Lt. William "Conway" Wittle, Jr. (1840 - 1920)

Executive officer of the Confederate warship Shenandoah, which fired the last shot of the Civil War, in the Bering Sea, north of the Aleutian islands of Alaska. (According to ): William Conway Wh...

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Commodore William Whittle (CSN) (1805 - 1878)

Had eleven children. (According to ): William Conway was the oldest of nine Whittle brothers (James was second). His daughter-in-law Ruth Drewry Whittle compiled the following account: William Co...

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Brig. General Henry Martyn Robert (1837 - 1923)

Henry Martyn Robert (May 2, 1837 – May 11, 1923) was the author of Robert's Rules of Order, which became the most widely used manual of parliamentary procedure and remains today the most commo...

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George Ross Anderson (1844 - 1925)

Published in The Rochester News-Sentinel Saturday, February 28, 1925 George R. ANDERSON, 80, better known as Ross ANDERSON, a veteran of the Civil War and a resident of Richland township for many yea...

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Maj. Frank Guest Smith (USA) (1840 - d.)

Smith, Frank Guest. Born in Pa. Appointed in Ohio. Second lieutenant and first lieutenant 4th artillery 5 Aug 1861; captain 5 February 1867; major 2nd artillery 28 August 1891; lieutenant colonel 6 art...

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Lt. Colonel John A. Ellet (USA) (1838 - 1892)

Lieutenant Colonel John A. Ellet (1838 – 1892) was an officer in the United States Army during the American Civil War. He was the nephew of Colonel Charles Ellet, Jr. and General Alfred W. Ell...

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Alfred F. Nye (1848 - 1932)

Served in Company B of the Re-organized Fourth Michigan Infantry after enlisting on April 3rd, 1865 at Hudson, Michigan. Discharged from service on September 9th,1865 at St. Louis, Missouri. -

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Peter Stegner (USA) (1809 - 1886)

1840 United States Federal Census about Peter Stayner Name: Peter Stayner [Peter Stagner] Home in 1840 (City, County, State): District 6, Carroll, Maryland Free White Persons - Males - Under 5:...

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