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Capt Robert Brewer Denny (1838 - 1921) - Find A Grave Photos

Capt Robert Brewer Denny (1838 - 1921) - Find A Grave Photos

Calling card of Union General Joseph Hooker

Calling card of Union General Joseph Hooker

Wadhams, Joseph [Company G, 8th Kansas, Heg's Brigade, Davis' Division, McCook's Corps]. Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield/Trans-Mississippi Theater Photo Archive.

Wadhams, Joseph [Company G, 8th Kansas, Heg's Brigade, Davis' Division, McCook's Corps]. Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield/Trans-Mississippi Theater Photo Archive.

[Six unidentified soldiers in 45th Ohio Infantry Regiment officers' uniforms with sabers]

[Six unidentified soldiers in 45th Ohio Infantry Regiment officers' uniforms with sabers]

In January 1865, the veterans and recruits of the regiment were consolidated with the soldiers of the 15th Illinois Cavalry and designated the 10th Illinois Veteran Volunteer Cavalry. Description from civilwartalk.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

In January 1865, the veterans and recruits of the regiment were consolidated with the soldiers of the 15th Illinois Cavalry and designated the 10th Illinois Veteran Volunteer Cavalry. Description from civilwartalk.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Major Joseph Vaulx Jr. 1st (Feild's) Tennessee Infantry

Major Joseph Vaulx Jr. 1st (Feild's) Tennessee Infantry

Thomas Owens was stuck in the lower face as mentioned in John Beatons letter. He was left at the Bream's Mill Hospital when his regiment retreated and died several days later. Thomas Owens and Col. John C. Owens were buried across the creek from the Mill in a grove of trees.

Thomas Owens was stuck in the lower face as mentioned in John Beatons letter. He was left at the Bream's Mill Hospital when his regiment retreated and died several days later. Thomas Owens and Col. John C. Owens were buried across the creek from the Mill in a grove of trees.

Major Ruel Johnson was one of twenty men cited for personal valor in the fighting in and around Chattanooga, Tennessee, November 24 & 25, 1863. While in command of the 100th Indiana Infantry Regiment at Chattanooga on November 25, Major Johnson bravely exposed himself to the fire of the enemy, encouraging and cheering his men throughout the hours of deadly combat.

Major Ruel Johnson was one of twenty men cited for personal valor in the fighting in and around Chattanooga, Tennessee, November 24 & 25, 1863. While in command of the 100th Indiana Infantry Regiment at Chattanooga on November 25, Major Johnson bravely exposed himself to the fire of the enemy, encouraging and cheering his men throughout the hours of deadly combat.

Calling card, Union General GK Warren

Calling card, Union General GK Warren

John James Peck (January 4, 1821-April 21, 1878) was a United States soldier who fought in the Mexican-American War and American Civil War. He served in the siege of Yorktown, and distinguished himself in the battles of Williamsburg and Fair Oaks.  Peck was born in Manlius, New York.

John James Peck (January 4, 1821-April 21, 1878) was a United States soldier who fought in the Mexican-American War and American Civil War. He served in the siege of Yorktown, and distinguished himself in the battles of Williamsburg and Fair Oaks. Peck was born in Manlius, New York.

Maj. John H. Donovan (1840-1882). After being dissabled he transferred from the 69th New York Infantry to the 1st and later to the 19th Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps. WIth this unit he served at Elmira Prison. He was brevetted Colonel and stayed in the regular army as part of the 44th and later the 17th Infantry.

Maj. John H. Donovan (1840-1882). After being dissabled he transferred from the 69th New York Infantry to the 1st and later to the 19th Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps. WIth this unit he served at Elmira Prison. He was brevetted Colonel and stayed in the regular army as part of the 44th and later the 17th Infantry.