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Civil War Confederate Soldiers


Drake, George
Company D 8th Reg. Inf. Confederate
Rank: Private
Enlisted: Oct 13, 1861 in Hopkinsville, Ky
Remarks: Killed at the Battle of Fort Donelson Feb. 15, 1862
Submitted by Donald Hauser
Source Report Of The Adjutant General of State of Kentucky Volume 1: Confederate

Gregory, Joseph L.
Eighth Regiment Infantry, Kentucky (Confederate)
Roll of field and staff, Eighth Regiment Infantry

Joseph L. Gregory Rank: Chaplain, under General Albert Johnston.
Enlisted: March 13, 1862 in Hopkinsville, Kentucky

Joseph L. Gregory was born 1817 married Amelia Worthington
Submitted by Donald Hauser
Source Report Of The Adjutant General Of State Of Kentucky Volume 1: Confederate


Eighth Regiment Company A
This Company left Hopkinsville, KY, Feb. 6, 1862, marched to Clarksville, Tenn 30 miles, took steamboats there for Fort Donelson; engaged in fight Feb. 13, 14, and 15th, and suffered severely, having 15 killed and wounded.
Submitted by Donald Hauser


Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System
A computerized database containing very basic facts about servicemen who served on either side during the Civil War.

Confederate dead at Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Indiana
The remains of 1,616 Confederate prisoners of war who died at Camp Morton in Indianapolis during the Civil War were originally buried in Greenlaw Cemetery. In 1931, their remains were reburied in Crown Hill Cemetery. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has records for only 957.

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