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    Hey Arawn1030, please try and refrain from triple posting in the future .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bravescot View Post
    Hey Arawn1030, please try and refrain from triple posting in the future .
    Sorry I was just trying to reply to them individually.
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    Daniel Henry Tracy, Corporal, 28th Iowa Infantry

    Fought every battle of the regiment until Ceder Creek where he was wounded and captured.
    First Sergeant Joseph P. Brevett of Company B, 2nd Maryland Infantry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arawn1030 View Post
    How do you mean "many" was your family one of those families that all went to fight for Southern Independence? Brothers and Fathers alike.
    Yes, many members of my family fought for the south, I don't know of any who fought for the north. They fought in almost every theater of the war.
    Jesse S. Crosby, 20th Georgia Infantry, July 15, 1861 - May 6, 1864

    Samuel T. McKenzie, 20th Georgia Infantry, July 15, 1861 - September 2, 1862

    Joseph C. McKenzie, 20th Georgia Infantry, July 15, 1861 - October 1, 1863

    Henry C. McKenzie, 3rd Georgia Infantry, June 1, 1861 - January 28, 1863

    Charles R. Beddingfield, 38th Alabama Infantry

    Samuel L. Cowart, Cobb's Legion

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    I have three ancestors on my Dad's side. Great Grandfather x 5 William Dunn and his brothers. One fought for the South. I will ask my cousin for the pictures and post them here.

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    I dont remember his first name but his last name was Dixon from Illinois. Still researching more
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    I named my account after my ancestor, Pvt. Marcus McCutchan. He was born in Indiana in 1843, and ran away from home when he was 16. He found work in Tennessee, working on railroads. When the war broke out, he was conscripted into the 27th Tennessee of the CSA. At the Battle of Shiloh, he was wounded and taken to a hospital that was 50 miles from Union lines. He escaped to the North, and joined the 17th Indiana of the Union Army.
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    Did the confederacy use conscription in 1861?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrancisM View Post
    Did the confederacy use conscription in 1861?
    The first CS draft was in April of 1862.
    To the Colors!

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