Discussion in 'Period Civil War Photos & Examinations' started by Mike Serpa, Jan 1, 2017.
Col. Thos. Davies, 16th N.Y. Vol. Inf.
Col. Hasbrouck Davis, 12th Ill. Cav.
Maj. Charles W. Deane, 6th Mich. Cav.
Maj. Samuel DeGolyer, 4th Mich. Inf.
Col. Gabriel DeKorponay, 28th PA. Inf.
Korponay, Gabriel de
in europe this gentleman is to be pidgenholed under K, i have no idea about american rules concerning this stuff
I don't have any idea about the American rules either! The Library of Congress caption is " Gabriel De Korponay." The notes below read, "Photograph shows portrait of Colonel Gabriel DeKorponay of Field and Staff, 28th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment, in uniform with Hardee hat and sword." For no particular reason I chose the spelling from the notes.
we need a paylist preferably one for troopers
trooper serpa, michael von 2$ 40 cents - authorities trend to be more formal (and accurate) with grunts
I'm only a trooper? Not an officer?
that was ' trooper serpa, michael von' not 'general der kavallerie'
and i don't see any officer getting 2$ 40cent, either
Nice to have a face to go with this: Battery DeGolyer at Vicksburg NMP:
Col. Adolph Dengler, 43rd Illinois Infantry
Maj. Mungo M. Dick, 105th Pa. Inf.
Maj. Joseph J. Dimock, 82nd N.Y. Inf. Died of disease, June 22, 1862.
Col. Alexander S. Diven, 107th N. Y. Inf.
you might want to deploy him to one of those hairy threads
He was in the Favorite facial hair Contest! http://civilwartalk.com/threads/favorite-facial-hair-contest-round-i-group-6-photos.116859/
oops, but then that thread is from august 2015 - i joined nearly a year later, which means i'm off the hook
Lt. Col. William O. Drew, 2nd D.C. Inf.
Col. Ethelbert L. Dudley, 21st Kentucky Inf.
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