Do you have a Civil War profile for Collaborative Profile of the Week?

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Collaborative Profile of the Week will be featuring the Civil War project in honor of Memorial Day.  Do you have a Civil War profile you would like to see be the Collaborative Profile of the Week?

The profile must be open (white) privacy.  Please post your profile here. Thanks!!
in The Tree House by Paula J G2G6 Pilot (250k points)
I HAVE ONE THAT IS ALMOST FINISHED AS SOON AS I CAN MANAGE TO GET THE TABLE WITH NAMES ON IT. THE FIRST LINK BELOW IS THE PAGE AND THE SECOND LINK IS THE CHART.

 

http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Names_of_Confederates_Buried_in_Mass_Grave_Found_in_1987

file:///C:/Users/doris_000/Desktop/BURIALS%20IN%20GLORIETA%20MASS%20GRAVETABLE.bak.html
The Glorieta free space page is ready now although additions will be made over time.  http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Names_of_Confederates_Buried_in_Mass_Grave_Found_in_1987

11 Answers

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http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Hudson-5779

There is a mystery on his father, maybe some others could help me solve it?!
by Summer Orman G2G6 Mach 8 (86.2k points)
This is a very nice profile! It would be wonderful to solve the mystery!!
I've gotten a lot of DNA ancestor hints for other Hudsons in Rutherford County as well, all born near the same time as him, but I just can't put HIM with THEM. It's driving me crazy!
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Wade Hampton (Burden) Borin [[Burden-646]] was an interesting character.  In the 1850 census he and the rest of the family had the surname Burden and were listed as Mutlatto. Later Wade took the surname Borin and self- identified as white.  He was in the  US Army (West Virginia Infantry)  in the Civil War and was out west afterwards.  He married Mary Dardinger and they had 9 children.  I have some additional documents I can upload if he is selected as Collaborative Profile of the week.
by Dave Dardinger G2G6 Pilot (408k points)
Thanks for these suggestions!! I love the ones we have so far!!  Please post any profiles you would like!

Anne is better at explaining this but I am going to try to tell you what makes a profile a great choice for this.

A profile that needs sources, a bio or to be connected to the tree is good. A profile that could use some work is perfect because we are all going to work on it together! An interesting person is good. Most Civil War profiles are interesting.

For the Civil War, a mystery or unresolved question is interesting. Also a profile where the brothers also served would make for an interesting collaboration. Brothers that served on different sides is sad but intriguing. The connected profiles are worked on also.

I have a few Galvinized Yankees in my family line who served on both sides!  Some women served in the Civil War and this is always interesting and difficult to get records!

If you need help with genealogy, this is a great opportunity!!

Anne will help us pick the perfect one for the project but just posting your profile can get people interested in helping you with it!!
Dave,

This profile fits and the orignal pension application is nice! I grew up in Spartanburg, SC so our ancestors probably served together!
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Samuel Rudlun is my brickwall (http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Rudlun-2).
by Doug Lockwood G2G Astronaut (2.4m points)
That's a very well researched profile!  Are there any clues? Members of his unit with the same last name?
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Can anyone tell me more about the military career of Jacob Schirck III who died at Second Bull Run/Secon Manassas on August 29 or 30, 1862 please. Schirck-44. Who did he serve under? Who did he serve with (people, not just units0,

Thanks!

Sharon Centanne
by Anonymous Troy G2G6 Pilot (155k points)
Was he CSA or USA? Can you provide a link to his profile please?
Union Army from Pennsylvania 39 H

http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Schirck-44
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Civil  war profile Looser-22.
by Cherry Duve G2G6 Mach 4 (49.0k points)
+2 votes

My 2nd great-grandfather Benjamin Franklin Pearson is a brick wall. I would love it if others could help solve his mystery.

http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Pearson-3621

by J. Salsbery G2G6 Mach 2 (29.0k points)
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http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Kennaston-2

My 2g-gf, Isaac Kennaston, served in the Civil War, as well as his brothers, Ira and Warren.
by Bob Keniston G2G6 Pilot (210k points)
+2 votes
by Anonymous Whitis G2G6 Mach 1 (19.9k points)

Chryse, are you related to Crockett Hudson??  He's my 3rd great grandfather.  I have that source already on his profile!!

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by Bob Weaver G2G2 (2.3k points)
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Here is the profile that the CPOTW project choose for Memorial Day, bassed on the fact there is a reliable source indicating he died in service but almost nothing else on the profile. Can you make this profile as outstanding as the examples posted here?  Let's give it a try!!

Here is the post:

http://www.wikitree.com/g2g/256326/memorial-william-bonner-killed-during-project-collab-profile
by Paula J G2G6 Pilot (250k points)
+1 vote

I would like to invite all of you to join our Civil War google group. You can request to be added here  https://plus.google.com/communities/113598071867662821368

The link is also on our project page.  Let's start sharing some of these marvelous profiles in our google group!!!

Thanks!!

by Paula J G2G6 Pilot (250k points)

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