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  1. OldReliable1862

    Official Thread of the Knights of Edisto

    The Knights of Edisto are a noble order dedicated to the memory of the Union and Confederate officers under the age of thirty, especially those who gave their lives in the service of their flag before reaching that age. It is named for Brigadier General Micah Jenkins, known as the "Prince of...
  2. lelliott19

    Brig Genl Francis Marion Cockrell, CSA

    http://digital.archives.alabama.gov/cdm/singleitem/collection/photo/id/6391/rec/18 Found this photo while perusing the Alabama Dept of Archives and History collection. It hasn't been posted here before (that I could find) and it doesn't show up readily in a google image search. I knew @AUG351...
  3. AUG

    Three Brothers in Co. A, 12th New Hampshire Infantry

    Twin brothers Bartlett and John Ellsworth, along with their older brother Samuel Ellsworth, of Wentworth, New Hampshire, enlisted with the Union army at the end of August 1862 during the American Civil War. Samuel was 42 and Bartlett and John 39 years old when they joined the 12th New Hampshire...
  4. AUG

    The 9th Mississippi Infantry

    Men from the 9th Mississippi Infantry photographed by J.D. Edwards at the Warrington Navy Yard, Pensacola, FL in 1861. (http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/2013651850/) From the left the men are said to be: James Pegues, Kinloch Falconer, John Fennel, James Cunningham, Thomas W. Falconer, James...
  5. AUG

    Highest Regimental Losses

    Forlorn Hope by Don Troiani. The 1st Maine Heavy Artillery in their charge at Petersburg. The 1st Maine Heavy Artillery at Petersburg The 1st Maine Heavy Artillery lost more men in a charge on Confederate lines during the Second Battle of Petersburg, June 18, 1864, than any other regiment in...


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