I have two for soldiers. The first one is Darling Jones and his profile is https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Jones-76636
Pvt. Carter's Co
Shelby's N.C. Regt.
The D.A.R. has placed a marker to by his headstone, a Revolutionary War veteran.
About the time of the Revolution War, he was visiting his parents in Washington (now Carter) County on the "Doe River" when he was drafted for Revolutionary service. He stated in his pension application: "left Roans Creek, crossed Stone Mountain at the head of Watauga to the high hills of Santee and to the Santee Swamp where he joined Marion." He also stated in the Indian Wars with John Sevier. After the war, he moved his family to Washington County where he had a grant of 259 acres - Grant No.1073, July 11, 1794" on Brush Creek." (The land was actually in the present Asbury Community.)
Darling and Nancy Huff (his second wife) Jones lived in a cabin home located near the Clinchfield Railway and the Asbury Bridge. After Darling's death, Nancy continued to live in that home until her death. The cabin was moved at the efforts of a Mr. Miller to the Girl Scout Camp on Oakland Avenue, where it is used as an office building.
Darling Jones was buried near his home where his grave was marked by the DAR.
My second one is Franklin Lafayette Rominger and his profile is https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Rominger-118
The National Archives Civil War records reveal that Franklin had enlisted in both the Confederacy on November 1, 1862 in Taylorsville, Tennessee ( which may have been conscript) and was listed as AWOL on the June to December 1863 Company Muster Roll of the (6th NC Cav) 65th Reg't Co. G North Carolina Volunteers only to surface again in Olney, Ill. on February 27, 1864 where he joined the 46th Reg't Illinois Infantry. He was listed as 22 years of age at this time putting his year of birth between 1842 and 1843. He is listed in Broadfoot Publishing Co.'s "The Roster of Confederate soldiers 1861 - 1865" as Frank Rominger. He is buried in the National Cemetery at Johnson City, Tennessee Section I grave 6 row 15.