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Augustus E. Patchin, a Wyocena, Wisconsin resident who served in Company D of the 10th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment during the Civil War. He is shown wearing a frock coat and forage cap.
Robert H. Spencer, of Windsor, Wisconsin, who served as a lieutenant colonel in the 47th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment. It shows Spencer wearing a civilian frock coat with shoulder straps.
Orestes B. Twogood, A Horicon, Wisconsin resident who served as a captain in Company D, 10th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment. The portrait shows Twogood wearing his uniform with captain's shoulder straps.
George C. Clark, who served in Company D, 10th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment during the Civil War. The image portrays Clark sitting in uniform with his right hand clutching his lapel and his hat resting on his lap.
WISCONSIN SOLDIERS - A group portrait photograph of Charles H. Ford (Left), seated and in uniform wearing second lieutenant shoulder boards, posing with an unidentified major seated in the center and unidentified first lieutenant seated on the right. The image was taken sometime between 1861 and 1862, corresponding with the time Ford held the rank of second lieutenant.
Frank J. Ingersoll, of Waupun, Wisconsin, who served with the 10th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment. He is shown wearing a five-button sack coat with sergeant's stripes.
Gustavus Bronson, a Menasha, Wisconsin native who served with Company C of the 10th Wisconsin. Shown wearing a forage cap and five-button sack coat.
Alfred H. Lathrop, 10th & 18th Wisconsin. His enlistment records say he was 18 upon his enlistment in 1864, but census records indicate he was actually about 14.
Franklin B. Howard, wearing a uniform coat, was from Waupun, WI, & joined Co. K, 10th regiment. He died at Andersonville Prison after his capture at Chickamauga.
Private Wade A. Huffman, Company G, of the 16th Alabama Infantry. He enlisted July 8, 1861 in Tuscumbia, Alabama.
Private John Leonard Weeks, Company K, 16th Alabama Infantry. Weeks enlisted on 15 August 1861 in Moscow, Alabama.
Private Anthony McGowin, 16th Alabama, Company D, from McGowin, Alabama. Died of Pneumonia, February 23, 1864.
1st Lt. John Crosby Stallworth, Company D, 16th Alabama Infantry. He died July 31, 1862 in Tupelo, Mississippi.
Pvt. William Milligan, Company B of the 16th Alabama. Enlisted July 18 1861. Wounded, captured Stones River. Died January 8, 1863.
ALABAMA SOLDIERS - Three unknown Confederates from Mobile, Alabama. The "MC" on their kepis stands for "Mobile Cadets", which became part of the 3rd Alabama Infantry and also part of the 21st Alabama Infantry. Source - Alabama Confederate Images.
Adjudant Willis J. Milner, 33rd Alabama. He started out as a Lieutenant in Company K and eventually rose to the rank of Major.
Lt. Benjamin Hudson Russell, Company H, 16th Alabama. Enlisted August 1861 in Tuscumbiama. Killed at Murfreesboro.
Private Joseph McGowin, Company D, 16th Alabama. Killed at the Battle of Murfreesboro, Tennessee on December 31, 1862.
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