Battle of Shiloh

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 Casey, Co. I, Alabama Infantry. Died in hospital in April 1862 after the Battle of Shiloh. Confederate States Of America, America Civil War, Battle Of Shiloh, Civil War Books, Southern Heritage, Civil War Photos, American History, Rebel Flags, Historical Pics

Pvt. Paris P. Casey, Co. I, 19th Alabama Infantry. Died in hospital in April 1862 after the Battle of Shiloh.

Robert Charles Tyler - Find A Grave. American Civil War, American History, Battle Of Shiloh, Southern Men, Confederate Monuments, Graveyard Shift, Grave Markers, Famous Graves, Skeleton Keys

Robert Charles Tyler (1820-1865) - Find A Grave...

Civil War Confederate Brigadier General. He entered the Confederate service as a Major on the staff of General Cheatham and was promoted Lieutenant Colonel of the 15th Tennessee in early 1862. He commanded at the Battle of Shiloh, was promoted Colonel and led with distinction in all the engagements of the Southwest. At...

My ancestor Lt. General William J. Hardee of the Confederate states army. He was the Commandant of Cadets for the class of West Point Military Academy All of his cadets left and faced each other on the battlefields of the south. Mexican American War, American Civil War, American History, Confederate States Of America, Confederate Leaders, Confederate Monuments, Battle Of Shiloh, Southern Heritage, Civil War Photos

Lieut-Gen William Joseph Hardee (12.10.1815|6.11.1873) USMA, 1838 26/45. Mexican-American War, captured + exchanged, wounded. Published standard textbook on infantry tactics. Commandant USMA, 22.7.1856|8.9.1860 Resigned Lt-Col U.S. Army 31.1.1861. Wounded at Shiloh. Fought in Western Theatre under successive commanders. Opposed Sherman's March to the Sea, evacuating Savannah 20.12.1864. Fought at Bentonville where his only son 16 yr old Willie was mortally wounded.

My ancestor Lt. General William J. Hardee of the Confederate states army. He was the Commandant of Cadets for the class of West Point Military Academy All of his cadets left and faced each other on the battlefields of the south. Mexican American War, American Civil War, American History, Confederate States Of America, Confederate Leaders, Confederate Monuments, Battle Of Shiloh, Southern Heritage, Civil War Photos

Lieut-Gen William Joseph Hardee (12.10.1815|6.11.1873) USMA, 1838 26/45. Mexican-American War, captured + exchanged, wounded. Published standard textbook on infantry tactics. Commandant USMA, 22.7.1856|8.9.1860 Resigned Lt-Col U.S. Army 31.1.1861. Wounded at Shiloh. Fought in Western Theatre under successive commanders. Opposed Sherman's March to the Sea, evacuating Savannah 20.12.1864. Fought at Bentonville where his only son 16 yr old Willie was mortally wounded.

Civil War Ambrotype is a quarter-plate. Identified inside the case as Lt Carlos… American Civil War, American History, Veterans Pictures, Battle Of Shiloh, Us History, Family History, Home Teaching, Civil War Photos, Confederate Leaders

Civil War Ambrotype is a quarter-plate. Identified inside the case as Lt Carlos Reese, 28th ~Alabama~ Infantry. The image is extremely clear, in wonderful condition except for the few scattered age stains. The 28th was one of the most active Confederate units of the western theatre: Shilo, Murphreesboro, Corinth, Perryville, Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, Atlanta Campaign, Nashville, and Franklin. Very few men were left in the unit at war's end.

 Browder, Company E, Tennessee Infantry - Confederates killed and wounded at Shiloh - Gallery - Shiloh Discussion Group Confederate States Of America, America Civil War, Southern Heritage, Southern Pride, Shiloh Battlefield, Battle Of Shiloh, Civil War Books, Discussion Group, Civil Wars

Pvt. A. J. Browder, Company E, 4th Tennessee Infantry

Pvt. William Rogers, 4th Kentucky Infantry CS uploaded in Confederates killed and wounded at Shiloh: Killed at Shiloh

 Browder, Company E, Tennessee Infantry - Confederates killed and wounded at Shiloh - Gallery - Shiloh Discussion Group Confederate States Of America, America Civil War, Southern Heritage, Southern Pride, Shiloh Battlefield, Battle Of Shiloh, Civil War Books, Discussion Group, Civil Wars

Pvt. A. J. Browder, Company E, 4th Tennessee Infantry

Pvt. William Rogers, 4th Kentucky Infantry CS uploaded in Confederates killed and wounded at Shiloh: Killed at Shiloh

Daniel Ruggles (January 1810 – June was a brigadier general in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. He commanded a division at the Battle of Shiloh. A member of Fredericksburg, Virginia, Lodge We share a common birthday on Jan Confederate States Of America, America Civil War, Confederate Leaders, Confederate Monuments, American War, American History, Mexican American, Battle Of Shiloh, Southern Heritage

Daniel Ruggles (January 31, 1810 – June 1, 1897) was a brigadier general in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. He commanded a division at the Battle of Shiloh. A member of Fredericksburg, Virginia, Lodge No.4.

1st Lt. James Hugh Mauldin 1839-1925 * MAULDIN, 1st Lt. James Hugh - born 10 Feb. 1839. Family history has it that he was at Shiloh and Corinth as a partisan, later joining the Cavalry when it was formed under Solomon Street. He was a 1st Lt. in Co. A 2nd Miss. State Cavalry. The 2nd Cavalry was later placed under the command of Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest. American Civil War, American History, Veterans Pictures, Battle Of Shiloh, Unknown Soldier, Civil War Photos, Family History, New Trends, Troops

1st Lt. James Hugh Mauldin 1839-1925 * MAULDIN, 1st Lt. James Hugh - born 10 Feb. 1839. Family history has it that he was at Shiloh and Corinth as a partisan, later joining the Cavalry when it was formed under Solomon Street. He was a 1st Lt. in Co. A 2nd Miss. State Cavalry. The 2nd Cavalry was later placed under the command of Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest.

 Gilmer West Point, Class of served as Chief Engineer of the Confederacy. Mexican American War, American Civil War, American History, Battle Of Shiloh, Unknown Soldier, Military Academy, Civil War Photos, Military Personnel, Northern Virginia

Maj. Gen. Jeremy F. Gilmer (1818-1883); West Point, Class of 1839. The Mexico veteran served as Chief Engineer to A.S. Johnston until he was wounded at Shiloh; then headed the engineers of the Department of Northern Virginia. In August 1863 he became Chief of the Engineer Bureau of the Confederacy.

Roanake Island captured in the Civil War by Admiral Farragut Battle Of Shiloh, American Civil War, Civilization, African, Island, History, America Civil War, Historia, Islands

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Roanake Island captured in the Civil War by Admiral Farragut

This is a photo of Confederate Soldiers before the battle. Battle Of Shiloh, American Civil War, Shelters, Tents, Soldiers, Indiana, Portraits, America Civil War, Teepees

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Roanake Island captured in the Civil War by Admiral Farragut