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Civil War Veterans

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The goal of this project is to identify my ancestors and near ancestors who participated in the American Civil War...Sub goal is to identify the descendants of James Ebenezer Smith who served during the Civil War. James is a veteran of the American Revolutionary War. James and his wife Ruth Ann Pigott had 6 sons and 1 son in law who served during the War of 1812. James and Ruth also had an unbelievable 116 grand children - 100 Smith, 7 Randolph and 9 Nichols, So far I have identified 19 Smith, 2 Randolph and 1 Nichols grandsons and 1 Smith and 1 Randolph great grandson who served during the Civil War. For a list see the profile of James Ebenezer Smith . Wiki ID < Smith-72645 > I am also interested in American Revolutionary War and War of 1812 family veterans.

Right now this project just has one member, me. I am Dave May.

Here are some of the tasks that I think need to be done. I'll be working on them, and could use your help.

  • The Smith name being probably the most common surname at the time of the Civil War any suggestions to make the task easier would be helpful.

Will you join me? Please post a comment here on this page, in G2G using the project tag, or send me a private message. Thanks!





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Henry J esler Jrr. while serving in H Co. 16th Wisc. Inf Vols. was faken prisoner near Atlanta,Georgia. He was imprisoned at the infamous Andersonville Prison where he suffered. He was released from Andersonville as part of prisoner swap. He was given what was called a pardon of honor and was subsequently sent to his home in Vernon County, Wisconsin.
posted 28 Jul 2020 by Dave May   [thank Dave]
Hosea Smith son of Mary and joseph Smith killed first day of fighting at Gettysburg July 1,1863. Hosea served with Co. C 150th Pa. Inf. Vols. Mary is the daughter of James Ebenezer & Ruth ann Smith.
posted 28 Jul 2020 by Dave May   [thank Dave]
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