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My great, great grandfather: Sgt James Henry Taylor, Company C, The 1st South Carolina Infantry, CSA -Kay Davenport Barr

My great, great grandfather: Sgt James Henry Taylor, Company C, The South Carolina Infantry, CSA -Kay Davenport Barr

Private Calvin J. C. Munroe, Company G, 25th Alabama Infantry, C.S.A. [Deas' Brigade, Hindman's Division, Polk's Corps]. Alabama Photographs and Pictures Collection.

Private Calvin J. Munroe, Company G, Alabama Infantry, C. :: Alabama Photographs and Pictures Collection

These brothers served in the same unit during the Civil War: Company E, South Carolina 1st Infantry Regiment (Orr's Rifles). Description from civilwartalk.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Pool Brothers in Civil War. These brothers served in the same unit during the Civil War: Company E, South Carolina Infantry Regiment (Orr's Rifles). L-R: Balus Earl Pool, James Thomas Pool,

General JEB Stuart. Now this guy was a colorful character if there ever was one. Definitely a history worth reading about if you don't know much about him :-)

General James Ewell Brown "Jeb" Stuart (he used his initials as his first name) Confederate officer Civil War Gettysburg, Pa Library of congress

Photo Print Confederate Captain Civil War I believe this may also be Captain Jesse Sharpe Barnes, F Company, 4th North Carolina Infantry

Photo Print Confederate Captain Civil War this may be Captain Jesse Sharpe Barnes, F Company, North Carolina Infantry

Cpt. James Hubbard Fraser, "Limestone Rebels", Company E, 26th/50th Alabama Infantry - Confederates killed and wounded at Shiloh - Gallery - Shiloh Discussion Group

James Hubbard Fraser, "Limestone Rebels", Company E, Alabama Infantry - Confederates killed and wounded at Shiloh - Gallery - Shiloh Discussion Group

Reuben Kay was born in Dover, Tennessee, in 1838. At the age of 14, he entered the Kentucky Military Institute in Frankfort, graduating in 1858. He then joined his family in St. Joseph, Missouri.    In 1861, Kay joined the Missouri State Guard and served as an aide to Colonel John Taylor Hughes, commander of the 1st Infantry Regiment, 4th Division, at Wilson’s Creek on August 10, 1861.

Reuben Kay was born in Dover, Tennessee, in Looks like he was in the Tennessee Cavalry.

Henry Thomas Harrison -The Spy that Changed the Course of Gettysburg  A a spy for Confederate Lt. Gen. James Longstreet during Civil War.  Henry Thomas Harrison, a Confederate spy, supplied Generals Longstreet and Lee with details about the advancing Union army. Based solely on that information, Lee ordered his dispersed army to move immediately towards a small crossroads town in south-central Pennsylvania. Thus was the beginning of the historic three-day battle known as Gettysburg.

Henry Thomas Harrison, Confederate secret agent famous for informing Lee and Longstreet about Union movements before Gettysburg. A famous Mississippian during the war.

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