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Abram Harris Dutton MP (1800 - 1855)

Private Abraham Harris Dutton, served in Captain Henry Lee’s company 2 of the Illinois volunteers, the year of 1847, In the Mexican American War. Died in the 1855 Cholera epidemic of Shelbyville, Ill...

5/28/2021 5/29/2021

Hypolite Oladowski (1798 - 1878)

"Hipolitus", "Hipolit"

Civil War Confederate Officer. A native of Poland, Oladowski's service to the Confederacy includes a tenure on the staff of General Albert Sidney Johnston. At the rank of Captain, he served this genera...

5/18/2021 5/18/2021

Napoleon Koscialowski (1812 - 1859)

Napoleon Koscialowski arrived in New York on March 28, 1834. He was one of the 235 Polish exiles from Trieste, sent to America by Austria following the 1830 November Upraising. He was a friend of Edwar...

5/10/2021 5/10/2021

John Robinson Strange (1824 - 1894)

Mexican War Army Veteran.

5/2/2021 5/2/2021

Col. Hiram Prather MP (1809 - 1874)

Birth: Oct. 13, 1809 Clark County Indiana, USA Death: Mar. 27, 1874 Vernon Jennings County Indiana, USA Civil War Veteran. Residence North Vernon, Indiana; Enlisted on 4/26/1861 as a Lieutenant C...

11/26/2008 4/30/2021

Felix Paul Wierzbicki, MD (1815 - 1860)

"Felix", "Paul"

Felix Wierzbicki (Polish: Feliks Paweł Wierzbicki); born on January 1, 1815, in Czerniawka, Volhynia, Poland (now Chernyavka, Zhytomyr Oblast, Ukraine), Died on December 26, 1860, in San Francisco) w...

4/29/2021 4/29/2021

Marshall C. Awbrey (1829 - 1921)

The eldest child of Thomas N. Awbrey & Amelia (Grubbe) Awbrey, settlers of the Willakenzie area of Eugene, Oregon. He was also a Lane County pioneer and was a stockman. Never married, he died at the ...

4/4/2021 4/4/2021

Turner Cartwright (1805 - 1873)

Mexican War Veteran.

3/3/2021 3/4/2021

Henry Fred Skipper (1873 - 1941)

Henry Skipper's death certificate does not list his father except as "DK" for "Don't Know". It lists only his mother Rebecca "Becky" Skipper. Find a Grave lists Becky as Elizabeth Rebecca Skipper Rober...

2/20/2021 2/20/2021

Martin Nalle Scott (1803 - 1870)

Captain in the Ohio infantry in the Mexican War.

8/27/2013 2/6/2021

Robert's birth and death information are available at The following information is available at the above-mentioned URL: "Graduated from West point in the Class of 1828, along with Jefferson Davis...

7/9/2020 1/22/2021

Col. Samuel Hess, (USA) (1823 - 1901)

Col. Samuel Hess was born in Union County 1823. He was reared in his native county and early learned the tailor's trade which he followed several years opening a shop in Marion for a short time. He cam...

1/15/2021 1/16/2021

Civil War Union Brevet Brigadier General. He attended Dickinson College and prior to the Civil War practiced law. Fought in the Mexican War and followed that service as Adjutant General of Pennsylvan...

11/5/2014 1/15/2021

Lewis Golding Arnold (January 15, 1817 – September 22, 1871) was a career U.S. Army officer and a brigadier general in the Union Army during the American Civil War, primarily noted for his service in...

5/13/2011 1/7/2021

Pvt. Nathan Rains (1809 - 1848)

Nathan died while a Private of Co. K 3rd Regt.MO. Vol. in New Mexico according to his Mexican War Service Records. He was buried at Fort Towson. These graves were removed to Fort Gibson National Cemete...

10/2/2010 12/27/2020

Americus Columbus "Mac" MITCHELL was born in Hancock County, Georgia, later moving to Harris County, Georgia before moving with his father and mother to Glennville, Alabama in 1835. He was said to be...

12/11/2017 11/19/2020

John Gorman Barr (1823 - 1858)

Humorist John Gorman Barr (1823-1858) wrote in the Old Southwest tradition of his contemporaries and fellow Alabamians, Johnson Jones Hooper and Joseph Glover Baldwin. Although Barr enjoyed only a brie...

11/14/2020 11/14/2020

In 1848 Henry Tarver gave land as a wedding gift where his slaves built the Colquitt Plantation. He was an officer in the Confederate army, Governor of Georgia, and 2 term Senator. grad Princeton 1...

2/9/2009 10/27/2020

Cadet at the U.S. Military Academy from July 1, 1841 to July 1, 1846, when he was graduated and promoted in the Army to Bvt. Second Lieut., 4th Infantry, July 1, 1846. Served in the War with Mexico, ...

10/27/2020 10/27/2020

The monument says: "In memory of Lt. James Willis Cantey of the Palmetto Regiment son of James Willis and Camilla Richardson Cantey. Born November 21, 1822 Died on the field of Battle September 13, 184...

8/8/2018 10/16/2020

Colonel William A. Harris served in the Mexican War, named the county of Worth for his commander of that war and the county-site Isabella, for General Worth's wife. In the Civil War, Colonel Harris...

7/4/2017 10/13/2020

Henderson King Yoakum (1810 - 1856)

Henderson King Yoakum (September 6, 1810 – November 30, 1856) was a Texas historian. He was born in Claiborne County, Tennessee, and graduated from West Point in 1832. Yoakum served in the Tennesse...

4/28/2013 10/11/2020

Theophilus Toulmin Garrard (June 7, 1812 – March 15, 1902) was a politician, Union general in the American Civil War, farmer, and businessman. Early life and career Garrard was born in Clay Count...

5/22/2011 10/8/2020

Nebraska Advertiser - Jan 13, 1870: "The death of Brevet Major General Joseph A. Mower, Colonel of the 39th Infantry, is announced." Delaware Gazette - Jan 14, 1870: "Major General Joseph A. Mowe...

3/11/2009 10/3/2020

Balie Peyton, US Congress, Envoy (1803 - 1878)

"Bailey"

Balie Peyton, born near Gallatin, Tennessee, was an attorney and colorful political figure whose career included public service in Tennessee; Washington, D.C.; Louisiana; Chile; and California. Thr...

3/28/2013 9/26/2020

Major Albert S. Miller (1803 - 1852)

Albert Stuart Miller (1803-1852) - Born in 1803 in Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee. A career U.S. Army infantry officer who was a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point. He died...

6/6/2013 9/22/2020

He m. Mary LaVallette, 6 Apr 1850. Herringshaw's Encyclopedia of American Biography of the Nineteenth Century. pg. 617 “MARR, ROBERT ATHELSTAN, naval officer, was born April 18, 1823, in Warrenton,...

9/21/2020 9/21/2020

John Donelson Martin (1830–1862) was a Confederate States Army officer during the American Civil War. Early life John Martin was born on August 18, 1830, in Davidson County, Tennessee. He was the...

2/6/2011 9/8/2020

William B. Campbell, lawyer, soldier, state legislator, congressman, and governor, was born on Mansker's Creek, Sumner County, on February 1, 1807, the son of David and Catherine Bowen Campbell. He s...

11/26/2009 9/3/2020

William Brimage Bate (October 7, 1826 – March 9, 1905) was the Governor of Tennessee from 1883 to 1887 and subsequently a United States Senator from Tennessee from 1887 until his death. He served in ...

1/5/2012 8/27/2020

Thomas Harrison (May 1, 1823 - July 14, 1891) was a Confederate States Army brigadier general during the American Civil War. He had a law practice in Waco, Texas after moving to Texas in 1843. He was...

5/5/2011 8/19/2020

James F. Preston: Possible Author of the Rebel Yell Born November 8 1813 in Montgomery County, Virginia to a prominent slaveholding family. After a brief tour as a soldier and a successful career...

8/12/2020 8/12/2020

Samuel Preston Moore (September 16, 1813 – May 31, 1889) was an American physician, who served in the medical corps of the United States Army during the Mexican–American War, and later as the Confede...

10/17/2013 8/9/2020

William Brindle (1817 - 1902)

United States Army Officer. He served as Lieutenant Colonel of the 2nd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry regiment during the Mexican War.

8/8/2020 8/8/2020

Commanding Officer of 1st Pennsylvania Regt in the Mexican War. Commander of the Volunteer Brigade 15 Feb 1848 to at least 30 April 1848. Highest rank held: Colonel* Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - ...

8/7/2020 8/8/2020

Mexican War United States Army Officer. The son of United States Marine Corps officer Major Levi Twiggs, he served during the Mexican War as a Lieutenant of Volunteers on the staff of Major Folliot T. ...

12/1/2017 8/7/2020
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Frank (Francis) Wheaton (May 8, 1833 – June 18, 1903) was a career military officer in the United States Army during the American Civil War and Indian Wars. Early life and career Wheaton was born...

4/29/2011 8/6/2020

"Colonial Families Of The United States Of America". 2017. Google Books. Accessed January 15 2017. page 409 Reference: MyHeritage Family Trees - SmartCopy : Jan 15 2017, 5:14:42 UTC

11/24/2008 8/5/2020

Civil War Union Brevet Brigadier General. A long time officer in the United States Army, he served from his graduation from the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York in 1819 to his ret...

8/5/2020 8/5/2020

Pvt. Riley Garner Clark (1882 - 1899)

UTAH PVT CO A MORMON VOLS MEXICAN WAR GEDCOM Source Ancestral File (R) The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (R) (Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998)...

3/28/2019 8/1/2020

Joseph Brevard Kershaw (January 5, 1822 – April 13, 1894) was a lawyer, judge, and a Confederate general in the American Civil War. Early life Kershaw was born at Camden, South Carolina, admitted...

3/23/2010 7/31/2020

United States Naval Officer. The son of a clergyman who served as a United States Navy chaplain, he got his first taste of the sea when he accompanied his father on a cruise on the "USS Philadelphia", ...

2/21/2015 7/31/2020

Henry Morris Naglee (January 15, 1815 – March 5, 1886) was a civil engineer, banker, vintner, and a Union General in the American Civil War. Naglee was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and graduat...

9/22/2013 7/30/2020

UTAH PVT CO C MORMON BN VOLS MEXICAN WAR *************************** DESERT EVENING NEWS JUNE 24,1895 HYRUM MONROE OLMSTEAD Died at Riverdale, Weber County, Utah, June 20, 1895. Hyrum Monroe was ...

12/21/2013 7/30/2020

Frederick Ramseyer (1826 - 1904)

Veteran of the Mexican War

10/6/2007 7/23/2020

Civil War Confederate Officer. A native of Columbia, South Carolina, he was an 1838 graduate of the South Carolina College. He afterwards practiced his profession as an attorney in his father's Colum...

11/18/2012 7/19/2020

CO B 2 IND INF MEX WAR

7/19/2020 7/19/2020

David Camden de Leon (1816 - 1872)

David Camden de Leon (May 6, 1816 – September 2, 1872), known as "the fighting doctor", was born in Camden, South Carolina, of Sephardic Jewish parents, Mordecai Hendricks de Leon, a physician and th...

4/10/2012 7/19/2020

George Hancock Kennerly (1790 - 1867)

Son of Samuel and Mary Talbot (Hancock) Kennerly. As a lieutenant in the War of 1812, he carried the American flag and terms of surrender to the British at Prairie de Chien, July 20, 1814. He was a...

6/24/2012 7/12/2020

John H. Winder was a Confederate general who served as provost marshal of Richmond (1862–1864) and commissary general of Confederate prisons (1864–1865) during the American Civil War (1861–1865). A c...

8/31/2008 7/9/2020

Nicholas Philip Trist (1800 - 1874)

Nicholas Philip Trist was a diplomat who served as American consul to Cuba and helped to negotiate the end of the Mexican War (1846–1848). Born in Charlottesville to a family with a long acquaintance...

7/7/2020 7/7/2020

Caleb M Tarter (1825 - 1911)

Veteran. Stone reads: Company H, 4th KY Infantry, US Army - Mexican War Source:

2/26/2019 6/30/2020

Probate: Reference: FamilySearch Family Tree - SmartCopy : May 8 2016, 4:04:54 UTC Reference: MyHeritage Family Trees - SmartCopy : May 8 2016, 4:13:02 UTC

5/7/2016 6/22/2020

Ephraim Kirby Smith died in 1847 from wounds suffered at the Battle of Molino del Rey during the Mexican-American War.

7/26/2013 6/17/2020

(CSA), Henry Seeligson (1828 - 1887)

Biography Henry Seeligson was born on June 8, 1828 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, United States. His parents were Michael Se...

7/11/2015 6/16/2020

His Book compiled: The Carter Tree Robert Randolph Carter was a naval officer who is perhaps best known for his diary of an eighteen-month voyage to the Arctic seas in 1850–1851. The expedition's g...

4/21/2009 6/16/2020

Mexican American War, CSA Son of John and Nancy Huggins Norton. "John W., married first, Susannah Carmichael daughter of his fathers second wife, Pensy, by her first husband, Angus Carmichael; his ...

10/16/2009 6/14/2020

John Evan Miles MP (1827 - 1908)

John Miles , United States Mexican War Index and Service Records, 1846-1848 Event Type: Military Service Event Date: 1846 - 1848 Event Place: Kentucky, United States Military Status: Pvt Mi...

6/7/2020 6/8/2020

Samuel Barron (November 28, 1809 – February 26, 1888) was a United States, and later Confederate naval officer, acting as a representative in Europe for the Confederacy during the American Civil War....

7/8/2011 6/6/2020

Residence : 1900 - ED 98 Petersburg city Ward 4, Dinwiddie, Virginia, United States Reference: FamilySearch Family Tree - SmartCopy : Sep 21 2016, 7:49:06 UTC Fletcher H. Archer was a Conf...

9/21/2016 6/5/2020

Commodore John H. Aulick (c.1791 - 1873)

John H. Aulick was a United States Navy officer whose appointment in 1851 to negotiate a treaty with Japan ended with his being relieved of command and replaced by Commodore Matthew C. Perry. Born ...

6/5/2020 6/5/2020

Frederick Tracy Dent was an American general. Born in White Haven, St. Louis County, Missouri, Dent graduated from West Point in 1843. One of Dent's classmates was Ulysses S. Grant, who married Dent'...

3/2/2009 5/26/2020

Capt. William Pigg Payne was a Veteran of the Mexican-American War. Son of William Payne & Nancy Haynes. Born 2/27/1820 and Died 3/30/1901. Husband of Mary Jane Tarter (1836-1910). Member of the ...

5/21/2020 5/21/2020

Started his military career serving as a Captain for the 14th New York Infantry. He was transferred to Co. D, 17th New York Infantry, where he was the only staff officer assigned to that unit. Later he...

5/12/2020 5/12/2020

Brig. General ( CSA), James Green Martin (1819 - 1878)

"Old One Wing"

James Green Martin, Confederate officer and lawyer, was born at Elizabeth City, the oldest son of William and Sophia Scott Daugé Martin. His father, a prominent planter and shipbuilder, had served in...

5/12/2020 5/12/2020

8/20/2009 5/4/2020

Theophilus Hunter Holmes (November 13, 1804 – June 21, 1880) was a career United States Army officer and a Confederate Lieutenant General in the American Civil War. Early life and career Holmes w...

1/2/2009 4/29/2020

Civil War Union Brigadier General. Prior to the Civil War, he served in the Army as an officer in the Mexican war and was a conductor on the Pennsylvania Railroad. In October 1861, he was appointed Lie...

4/28/2020 4/28/2020

He was the first Gov. of Texas James Pinckney Henderson (March 31, 1808 – June 4, 1858) was a United States and Republic of Texas lawyer, politician, soldier, and the first Governor of the State of...

7/8/2009 4/24/2020

Civil War Confederate Army Officer. Born in Waynesboro, Virginia, he served during the Mexican War as a 2nd Lieutenant in the 1st Virginia Volunteer Infantry (a unit whose Major was future Confederate ...

3/3/2020 4/20/2020

Born in Waynesboro VA; veteran of the Mexican War where he served with McCulloch's Rangers. A newspaperman, cattleman, and butcher before the Civil War. Joined Stonewall Jackson's staff as a quartermas...

3/3/2020 4/20/2020

J.H. WALKER - 6th (Wheeler's) Tennessee Cavalry, Co. E, Confederate side, rank in Pvt. rank out Pvt. No records were found matching this exact search criteria. (Civil War Soldiers and Sailors) ======...

6/26/2012 4/9/2020

Solon Borland (September 21, 1808 – January 1, 1864) was a newspaperman, soldier, diplomat, Democratic United States Senator from the State of Arkansas and a Confederate officer during the American...

4/29/2012 4/7/2020

Stephen S. Mann, son of Jacob Mann & wife Sarah Fields Mann 1st married 5 Sep 1848 in Ohio to "Jane" Elizabeth Jane Kline (aka Jane Elizabeth Klein) Mann 2nd married 1865 Caroline Victoria Yahne Ma...

3/8/2009 3/23/2020

LeGrand G. Capers, Sr. served on Gen. Worth's staff during the Mexican–American War.

4/12/2014 3/21/2020

Absalom Wheeler (1808 - 1894)

According to the Eller Chronicles, he served in the Mexican War in 1848.

5/29/2011 3/18/2020

Robert Strange (1823 - 1877)

Robert Strange, army officer and lawyer, was born in Fayetteville, the son of Judge Robert and Jane Kirkland Strange. After graduation from The University of North Carolina in 1841, he read law, was ...

3/16/2020 3/16/2020

Orren Randolph Smith, soldier, son of Louis Farrar and Olive Huff Sims Smith, was born near Manson in Warren County but moved to Louisburg as a teenager. On 1 Oct. 1846 he enlisted as a private in Co...

3/10/2020 3/10/2020

Obituary is availible in the Bedford Gazette, May 22, 1908.Son of Peter and Eleanor, husband of Emily.May be buried on family farm, or moved here.* Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy : Mar 6 ...

3/5/2020 3/7/2020

Capt Co C 1 Ind Regt Mexican War Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy : Mar 5 2020, 9:42:33 UTC

6/21/2009 3/5/2020

findagrave... ; gravestone photo added by 'Vikki' James Douglass Blanding:Born: June 26, 1821Birthplace: Columbia South CarolinaFather: Abraham Blanding 1775 - 1855Mother: Mary Caroline DeSaussur...

2/17/2011 3/4/2020

George Washington Getty (October 2, 1819 – October 1, 1901) was a career military officer in the United States Army, most noted for his role as a division commander in the Army of the Potomac during ...

10/16/2007 3/3/2020

Enrolled June 1, 1847 in Co H, 3rd Regiment, Mo. Mounted Volunteers (same unit as son John) at Independence, Mo. at rank of 1st Lt. He was 38. He was promoted to Capt 10/31/1847. He was wounded by Apac...

1/19/2009 2/23/2020

Col. (CSA) Leon Dawson Marks MP (1829 - 1863)

2nd Lt Co H 1st LA Infantry C.S.A. "Shreveport Greys" Col 27th LA Infantry C.S.A. Mortally Wounded Vicksburg Proud Confederate Soldier Signer of the Louisiana Ordinance of Secession Vet...

2/23/2020 2/23/2020

Edmund Jones (1814 - 1872)

Spent 5 years in prison for killing a man in 1855. Edmund Jones served as Pvt in the Mexican War. Co. F., Tennessee Volunteers, under Capt. Savage.

2/24/2016 2/21/2020

Louis Dicken Wilson (1789 - 1847)

Louis Dicken Wilson, merchant, military officer, and public servant, was born on the family plantation south of Tar River in Edgecombe County, the son of William and Elizabeth Dicken Wilson. After re...

2/14/2020 2/14/2020

John Franklin Hoke was a veteran of the Mexican War. He was appointed adjutant general of North Carolina by Governor John W. Ellis in 1861 and later, as colonel, commanded the Thirteenth and, subsequen...

10/9/2018 2/14/2020

Capt. John Wilkes (1827 - 1908)

"Jack"

A cousin of his wife. (Jack) Wilkes, sailor and businessman, was born in New York City of English descent. His great-grandfather was Israel Wilkes, the brother of the eighteenth-century English p...

1/1/2019 2/10/2020

Gaston Hillary Wilder (1814 - 1873)

Gaston Hillary Wilder, lawyer, legislator, and railroad president, was the son of Hillary (1784–1849), a planter and legislator, and Esther Avera Wilder, both natives of Johnston County. While Gaston...

2/10/2020 2/10/2020

Junius Brutus Wheeler, army officer, textbook author, and professor, was the son of John and Sarah Clifton Wheeler. He was a native of Murfreesboro, where his father was for many years a prosperous m...

2/8/2020 2/8/2020

Henry Hayes Lockwood (August 17, 1814 – December 7, 1899) was an American soldier and authority on military tactics. Early life Lockwood was born in Kent County, Delaware, Delaware. He graduated ...

6/1/2011 2/5/2020

Squire Daniel Osburn (1848 - 1903)

"David"

Mexican War pensions 1846-1848 Osborn Squire ServiceMetcalfes Co. 3rd KY Vols Mex Sur 1887 Feb 15 Apl # 4965 Cert # 4423 Filed From KY - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - LaRue, Green, ...

7/5/2008 2/3/2020

Thomas Morrow Crossan, naval officer, was born in Pittsburgh, Pa., the son of James C. and Nancy Morrow Crossan. He spent much of his childhood in Kentucky with a maternal uncle, Thomas Morrow, and w...

2/2/2020 2/2/2020

Fabius Maximus Stanly, U.S. naval officer, was born in New Bern, the son of John, a Federalist congressman, and Elizabeth Franks Stanly. He entered the navy as a midshipman candidate on 20 Dec. 1831 ...

1/20/2014 1/27/2020

Served as a volunteer in the U.S. Army during the Mexican War, 1847 - 1848. 1st LT, 13th US Infantry 9 April 1847, CAPT 30 July 1847. Married 15 November 1855 to Susan Ann Hopkins, born 27 December 1...

11/16/2013 1/26/2020

Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy : Jan 25 2020, 6:48:22 UTC United States Army Quartermaster General. He came from a family of soldiers and enlisted in the Army as a Captain in the 5th ...

2/8/2017 1/24/2020

Thomas Anderson (1818 - 1856)

1/19/2020 1/24/2020

Col. (USA) William Bryan (1806 - 1874)

Civil War Union Army Officer. He recruited a unit that was designated the "Olden Legion", and was supposed to be part infantry, part cavalry and part artillery. It was eventually mustered in as the 10t...

1/23/2020 1/23/2020

Brig. Gen. Henry Bohlen, USA MP (1810 - 1862)

"William Henry Charles Bohlen"

Henry Bohlen (October 22, 1810 – August 22, 1862) was an American Civil War Union Brigadier General. Before becoming the first foreign-born Union general in the Civil War, he fought in the Mexican-Am...

4/19/2009 1/22/2020