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Pvt Andrew Jackson Hardy Co I 1st North Carolina Cavalry Source

Pvt Andrew Jackson Hardy Co I 1st North Carolina Cavalry Source

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Pvt. Andrew Jackson Hardy, Co. I, 1st North Carolina Cavalry. Source

Pvt. John Lawson Wrenn Co. G (early war) 1st NC Cavalry

Sgt. John William Mercer, Co. I, 1st N.C. Cavalry

Cousins Nathan Gwynn and Alexander Chatham, 21st NC Infantry in 1861

2nd Lt. Benjamin Person Ellis, Co. K, 1st N.C. Cavalry

Pvt. Elisha Hamilton Miller 41st NCST, 3rd NC Cavalry

First Sergeant – later Captain – William Benjamin Whitaker of Henderson County, North Carolina. He enlisted in Company I of the North Carolina Infantry in ...

Pvt. James Monroe Davis, Co. F, 1st N.C. Cavalry.

William M. Addington, Co. K, 1st N.C. Cavalry

7th Georgia Infantry soldier.

Pvt. James H. Wheless, Co. E, 1st N.C. Cavalry

James H. "Jim" Philyaw Co. H 3rd NC Cavalry, from Jones

Private Leander Armsur Coe, 25th NC

Joseph William Smith Co F 13th Battalion NC Light Artillery

Pv.t John W. Grisham, Co. I 1st NC Cavalry

Lt. George McNeil Rose of Cumberland County “An old and honored name in the annals of Cumberland County is that of Charles G. Rose,

Private William Hartley, 37th NC

Jesse Choplin Company H, North Carolina Cavalry, died of dysentery at Point Lookout, MD prison

Unidentified North Carolina Lieutenant, taken in Richmond, VA. Thanks to Greg Mast.

Captain Cary Whitaker Co. D 43rd NC State Troops, died in 1865 from gangrene

4th N.C. Cavalry a total of 86 battles and skirmishes

1st North Carolina Cavalry Regimental Flag View attachment 126406

James B. Gordon of Wilkesboro, N.C., a famed and gallant cavalry leader, who formed the Wilkes Valley Guards. He was fatally wounded in … | Pinteres…

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Thomas Mickleberry Merritt [left] and Unknown Fellow Officer, Company G., Second Georgia Cavalry Regiment, 1862–63

"Unknown" Cabinet Card photo and the photographer is Wilmington Photo Company, Wilmington,

Cagle, Co. G, Alabama Infantry Regiment.

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I've "rescued" an old photograph of Jim DENNIS who was the son of Duke DENNIS. The photograph was taken at the W. MacCormac Studio in Clarksville, TN.

20, 1820 in Stewart Co.

[Private Lucien Love of Co. D, 43rd Virginia Cavalry Battalion, in uniform

Provided by Emily Richardson Cruz. Labeled Mr. Davis, found in Richmond, Virginia

This is Either Brother/Sister or a Couple from Norfolk Virginia, USA. They

CDV Capt. John O'Dwyer 155th N.Y. Vols. WIA Spotsylvania

"Unknown" Cabinet Card Photo. Photo taken by "J.H. Faber" in Norfolk. "

Photograph of Confederate Veterans reunion at Ramseur, NC, circa 1900-1910. From

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Battery I 1st US Artillery | Civil War Artillery | Officers

Canon Noel Duckworth: An Extraordinary Life by Michael Smyth. £8.99

School Photo of Anna Mae Haenftling https://www.facebook.com/

Private Lewis Cook, age was a member of Company E "The Montgomery Grays" of the NC. He had been wounded at Chancellorsville and later was wounded again ...

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1st North Carolina Cavalry 1861 by Don Troiani

Oren J, Taylor Jr., Company K, 7th Indiana Cavalry.

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March 18, 1863: a group of about fifty women, all wives and mothers of Confederate soldiers, participated in what would become known as the Salisbu…

Samuel H. Gunter, company I, 1st Cherokee Mounted Rifles, Confederate. He

Private Japhet Collins, Confederate States Army

Four photos have been provided by Member Jerry Woolard. Unknown pictures from Keys Family Album

Pvt. John A. Wyeth, 4th Alabama Cavalry.

Col Percy Wyndham, 1st New Jersey Cavalry- English Soldier of Fortune, Adventurer,

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William Whitmire of C F, 11 Georgia Cavalry

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You've likely seen his image before, labeled as “unidentified Confederate soldier.

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Colonel James F. Fagan, 1st Arkansas Volunteer Infantry Regiment

Heros von Borcke, a massive Prussian dude (6'4", 200 lbs

Francis Markoe Cummins

He is buried in Suncrest Cemetery in Union County. (Dissident Colonel of the 48th NC Infantry, Gerald Starnes, Confederate Veteran, 1/2005)

Ken Bell Squeeze

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General J. Finenegan, (Nov17, 1814 – Oct 29, 1885) C.S.A.

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(The Thomas Legion of North Carolina, Bob Broadwater, Confederate Veteran, Vol. Two, 1997)

James B. Gordon of Wilkesboro, N.C., a famed and gallant cavalry leader, who formed the Wilkes Valley Guards. He was fatally wounded in … | Pinteres…

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Ellis Spear, 20th Maine

Pleasant M. Wasson, 16th Tennessee Infantry, Company F. Wounded severely and captured

Jackson's Way: Andrew Jackson and the People of the Western Waters

Andrew overflows of sentiment, and often in moments of loneliness turns homesick. This is the more marvelous, since never from his very cradle days has he ...

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George Armstrong Custer (December 1839 – June was a United States Army officer and cavalry commander in the American Civil War and the Indian Wars.

Buffett: The Biography (Duckworth): Roger Lowenstein: Books

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[Private Stephen Pollard of Co. L, Confederate States Cavalry Battalion, in uniform with 1855 Springfield pistol carbine and pistols] - Visit to grab an ...

James B. Gordon of Wilkesboro, N.C., a famed and gallant cavalry leader, who formed the Wilkes Valley Guards. He was fatally wounded in … | Pinteres…

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Unknown Confederate Warrior armed to the teeth

this one at Andrews Geyser near Old Fort, commemorating the last Confederate victory.

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Civil War Battle Flag of the 16th North Carolina Infantry Regiment. 16th Infantry Regiment was

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George S. Acker, 9th Michigan Cavalry

Morgan's Raid into Jasper and the Death of Joseph McDougal. “

[Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform with rifle musket, revolver, side knife, canteen

Civil War Confederate Generals | Lieutenant General Richard Taylor, officer of the Confederate Army

General Gordon is buried in St. Paul's Episcopal Cemetery at Wilkes County, North Carolina. (Son of Carolina, Augustus White Long, Duke University Press, ...