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Benjamin H Jellison to Benjamin H Jellison

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Edmund Rice to Benjamin F Falls

Both members of the 19th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment

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Joseph H De Castro to Edmund Rice

Both members of the 19th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment

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Joseph H De Castro to Benjamin F Falls

Both members of the 19th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment

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Joseph H De Castro to Edmund Rice

Both Members Of the 19th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment

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Joseph H De Castro to Benjamin F Falls

Members of the 19th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment

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Joseph H De Castro to Battle of Gettysburg

Corporal Joseph H. De Castro for the capture of the flag of the 19th Virginia Infantry. received the Medal Of Honor

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19th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment to Joseph H De Castro

Medal Of Honor Corporal Joseph H. De Castro for the capture of the flag of the 19th Virginia Infantry.

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Joseph H De Castro to 19th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment

Medal Of Honor Citation Corporal Joseph H. De Castro for the capture of the flag of the 19th Virginia Infantry.

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Joseph H De Castro to Joseph H De Castro

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26th North Carolina Infantry Regiment to 43rd North Carolina Infantry Regiment

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Connection made 05 Apr 2014.

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11th Mississippi Infantry Regiment to Battle of Gettysburg

Battle of Gettysburg The regiment was assigned to guard the baggage trains on July 1 and missing the opening fighting of the battle. It rejoined the brigade on the 2nd, but Davis' Brigade was held in reserve due to its heavy casualties the day before. On the 3rd the brigade took part in Pickett's Charge. The 11th was the left flank regiment in the brigade. Brickenbrough's Brigade, the left flank brigade of the charge, took heavy fire from its front and flank and collapsed well short of the Union lines, leaving the 11th Misssippi the exposed left flank regiment for the remainder of the charge. The regiment's colors and a handful of men made it to the stone wall that was the Union defensive line and were killed or captured there. Company A, the University Greys, was completely wiped out. From the regimental monument at Gettysburg: The 11th Mississippi Infantry Regiment, under the command of Col. Francis M. Green and Maj. Reuben O. Reynolds, formed west of the tree line on Seminary Ridge behind Maj. William Pegram's Battalion of Artillery and immediately south of McMillan's Woods on July 3, 1863. Shortly after 3:00 p.m., Color Sgt. William O'Brien of Company C, memorialized on this monument, raised the colors and the regiment stepped forward. Although clusters of men reached the stone wall near Brian's Barn, the attack was driven back with heavy loss, and the remnants of the regiment reformed in this vicinity. Combatants - 393, Killed in action/died of wounds - 110, Wounded/wounded captured - 193, Captured unwounded - 37, Non-casualty - 53

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Francis M Green to Battle of Gettysburg

Commander, 11th Mississippi

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William G Nelms to 11th Mississippi Infantry Regiment

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Francis M Green to 11th Mississippi Infantry Regiment

Commander: Col. Francis M. Green (1823-1864). Lawyer in Oxford. Mortally wounded at Spotsylvania.

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Elisha F Paxton to Battle of Chancellorsville

Elisha Franklin Paxton (March 4, 1828 – May 3, 1863) was an American lawyer and soldier who served as a general in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. He died in combat leading the famed Stonewall Brigade during the Battle of Chancellorsville.

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Elisha F Paxton to Elisha F Paxton

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Elisha F Paxton to Elisha F Paxton

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Elisha F Paxton to Elisha F Paxton

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Emil Frey to Emil Frey

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