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1 9 Plate Tintype Civil War Man in Slouch Hat Full Case Patriotic Mat RARE | eBay

1 9 Plate Tintype Civil War Man in Slouch Hat Full Case Patriotic Mat RARE | eBay

Half plate ambrotype of Captain Montesque Campbell Nixon of the 1st North Carolina Junior Reserves.

Half plate ambrotype of Captain Montesque Campbell Nixon of the North Carolina Junior Reserves.

[Private William H. Presgraves of Company K, 97th Militia Virginia Infantry Regiment, with rifle] (LOC)  : sixth-plate ambrotype, hand-colored ; 9.5 x 8.4 cm (case) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

[Private William H. Presgraves of Company K, Militia Virginia Infantry Regiment, with rifle] (LOC) : sixth-plate ambrotype, hand-colored ; x cm (case)

David Andrew McElwain 1844-1937  * MCELWAIN, David Andrew - born March 6, 1844 in Gaston Co. N.C. Parents were Caleb McElwain and Mary Williams.  David was a private in 2nd Mississippi State Cavalry Co. A.  He enlisted December 15, 1862 at Ripley, Mississippi.  Was captured May 22, 1863 at Ripley and released from Ft. Delaware June 11, 1865.  He was married to Ann Darnell.  He died Sept. 4, 1937 while living at the Confederate Home for Men in Austin, Texas.  He is buried at the State…

David Andrew McElwain 1844-1937 * MCELWAIN, David Andrew - born March 6, 1844 in Gaston Co. N.C. Parents were Caleb McElwain and Mary Williams. David was a private in 2nd Mississippi State Cavalry Co. A. He enlisted December 15, 1862 at Ripley, Mississippi. Was captured May 22, 1863 at Ripley and released from Ft. Delaware June 11, 1865. He was married to Ann Darnell. He died Sept. 4, 1937 while living at the Confederate Home for Men in Austin, Texas. He is buried at the State…

World Of Mysteries: A Revealing Collection of Original Civil War Pictures (60 pics)

[Unidentified soldier in Union officer’s uniform at Point Lookout, Tennessee, sitting with cavalry saber in hand and slouch hat resting beside him on a rock] (LOC) by The Library of Congress on.

According to military records, Hurt enlisted when he was eighteen years old, as a private in the 6th TN Infantry, Company H (Southern Guards), in Jackson, TN, in May 1861.  In October 1863 Hurt became an adjutant for the 46th/55th TN Infantry at Mobile, Alabama. His regiment joined Quarles Brigade in the defense of Atlanta. He somehow managed to escape the disaster at Ezra hurch his regiment saw, however, he would not be so lucky at Franklin (30 November 1864).

Robert Hurt of the Tennessee. Killed while assaulting the Eastern Flank at the Battle of Franklin.

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