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The submarine boat was sunk in prep to blow up a federal vessel & suffocated five men whose bodies remained within for several weeks---said boat had been...

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - Misc » Page 4

Made 17 Mar 2014

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that the men for whom they are ordered, are on Special Secret Service as that is necessary that they be clothed in the Confederate Army uniform

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - Misc » Page 2

Made 17 Mar 2014

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Killed in Battle of Chickamauga Sept 19/63.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - TN » Page 13

Made 15 Feb 2014

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Free Negro

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - TN » Page 3

Made 06 Feb 2014

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Confined in the Guard House for accidentally shooting his comrade.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Union - Colored Troops 8th-13th Infantry » Page 8

Made 27 Jan 2014

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The name James N. Taylor is not borne on any rollsof Co. "E" 6th Tenn Cav on file at this Office.James A. Taylor papers said Co. E(?) Regt is...

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Union - TN » Page 8

Made 25 Jan 2014

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Joined as recruit at Fort Pillow Tenn & was wounded in action Apl 12/64 & never had an opportunity of being mustered out.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Union - Colored Troops Artillery » Page 3

Made 24 Jan 2014

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being killed by the Rebel Enemy at Fort Pillow Ten April 12/64

Source: Civil War "Widows' Pensions" » Page 4

Made 22 Jan 2014

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This Battalion is supposed to have been exterminated at the Massacre of Fort Pillow.

Source: Civil War "Widows' Pensions" » Page 7

Made 22 Jan 2014

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Died at Andersonville Ga June 1, 1864

Source: Civil War "Widows' Pensions" » Page 3

Made 22 Jan 2014

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she said Husband was killed in battle by a gun shot wound from the enemy in the Battle of Fort Pillow as aforesaid.

Source: Civil War "Widows' Pensions" » Page 4

Made 22 Jan 2014

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Sent on board steamer Platte Valley

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Union - TN » Page 11

Made 21 Jan 2014

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Sent(?) on board steamer Platte Valley (to Mound City Hospital)

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Union - TN » Page 8

Made 21 Jan 2014

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In Mound City Hospital. Wounded at Fort Pillow April 12, 1864

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Union - Colored Troops 8th-13th Infantry » Page 10

Made 20 Jan 2014

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Prisoner of War Captured at Fort Pillow Tenn Apr 12, 64.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Union - TN » Page 5

Made 18 Jan 2014

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Captured in West Tenn. by Maj Gen Forrest

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Union - TN » Page 23

Made 18 Jan 2014

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age: 27 (? or 25)

Source: Confederate Soldiers - TX » Page 6

Made 16 Jan 2014

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born in Giles County, Tennessee, five-foot-nine, dark complexion, gray eyes, black hair and by profession a stock raiser.

Source: Confederate Soldiers - TX » Page 8

Made 16 Jan 2014

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loss of his right leg

Source: Confederate Soldiers - TX » Page 6

Made 16 Jan 2014

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Discharged Conscript Act over 40 years of age.

Source: Confederate Soldiers - TX » Page 3

Made 16 Jan 2014

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