S. A. – [Plot F-53; Unreadable] ADOPTED

S_A(sm)

 

Reburied from Virginia, 1874.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 

 

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Pvt. Harry D. G. Sargent – [Plot B-38; Readable] ADOPTED

 

Died 3/08/1915, aged 73.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 

 

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J. Satinas – [Plot F-41; Unreadable] ADOPTED

Satinas(SM)

 

Reburied from Virginia, 1874.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 

 

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George Savage – [Plot C-81; Readable] (Private Burial) ADOPTED

Savage_George(sm)

 

Died 11/09/1910, aged 65.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

George M. Savage  (Confederate)

Biographical data and notes:
- Born May 10 1845
- Pre-enlistment occupation: Clerk
- Last known address: 412 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, MD
- George M. Savage died on Nov 9 1910
- He is buried at Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, MD
- Attended Otey Battalion Reunion, Richmond, VA 1878 as Batty Historian and 1887 reunion.

Enlistment:
- Residing in Richmond, VA at time of enlistment
- 18 years of age at time of enlistment
- Enlisted on Oct 1 1863 at Richmond, VA as Private

Mustering information:
- Enlisted into A Company, 13th Battn LA (Virginia) on Oct 1 1863

Listed as:
- Wounded on Aug 1 1864 at Petersburg, VA (Estimated day)
- Hospitalized on Aug 2 1864 at Richmond, VA (With gunshot wound left foot, 4th toe)
- Hospitalized on Oct 7 1864 at Richmond, VA (Toe amputated)
- Furloughed on Oct 15 1864 (Estimated day for 60 days)
- Oath Allegiance on Apr 13 1865 at Lynchburg, VA

Sources for the above information:
- The Virginia Regimental Histories Series, (1987)

 

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R. P. Schimming – [Plot A-50; Unreadable] ADOPTED

Schimming_R_P(SM)

 

Buried 10/14/1864.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

R. P. Schimming  (Confederate)

Enlistment:
- Enlisted as Private

Mustering information:
- Died of disease while serving in 14th Cavalry (Virginia) at Fort McHenry, MD (Not on muster rolls)
- Enlisted into C Company, 14th Cavalry (Virginia)

Listed as:
- Confined (date not indicated) at Fort McHenry, MD
- POW (date not indicated)

Sources for the above information:
- The Virginia Regimental Histories Series, (1987)

 

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Pvt. James A. Schools – [Plot B-18; Barely Readable] ADOPTED

 Schools_James_A_SM.jpg

 

Schools, James A.  Enlisted July 4, 1861.  Appears on hospital register July 23, 1862.

 

37)  http://49thvirginiainfantry.com/Company%20C%20%20Fauquier%20Guards.htm

 

Died 1/19/1917, aged 90.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 JAMES A. SCHOOLS, B-18, Co. C., 49th VA Inf.

 

Source:  www.footnote.com

Schools, James A., Co. C., 49 VA Inf’y, Private-Private, NARA M324

 

Company Muster Roll July/Aug 1861-enlisted 4 July 1861 at Warrenton, VA-absent sick, Sept/Oct 1861-Present, Nov/Dec 1861-Present, Jan/Feb 1862-absent sick, Mar/Apr 1862- absent sick, May/June 1862-absent sick, Nov/Dec 1862-absent without leave, Apr 30/Oct 31 1864-deserted Aug 1862 Orange County, Register CSA General Hospital Charlottesville-admitted Apr 14, 1862-returned to duty June 12, 1862-acute bronchitis, C>S>A> General Hospital Danville, VA July 23, 1862-complaint debilities-returned to duty Aug. 6, 1862.

 

Source: www.ancestry.com

 

American civil War Soldiers

James Schools

Confederate VA

Enlisted as a Private in co. C., 49th Inf. Reg. VA

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

James A, Schools

Confederate VA

49th VA Inf., Co. C

Rank in/out: Private

M382 Roll 49

 

US Civil War Soldiers Records and Profiles

James A, Schools

VA

Enlisted as a Private in Co. c., VA 49th Inf. Reg

Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

James I. Schools

Confederate VA

49th Va Inf., Co. C

Rank in/out: Private

Alternate name: James A. Schools

M382 Roll 49

 

1860 US Federal census-VA-Fauquier-South West Revenue District

James Schools

33

Manager

Delaware

Amanda Orsler

55

Housekeeping

MD

Wm. Callenburgen

17

Farmhand

MD

 

 

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Sgt. Henry Schultz – [Plot H-17; Barely Readable] ADOPTED

Schultz_Henry(SM)

 

Born in Germany. Left Baltimore City for Charleston, SC, February 28, 1861….Wounded at Fort Wagner, SC, July 1863 in the shoulder by a bayonet stab, also by sword cut. Wounded at Sullivan’s Island by a piece of shell in the back.

 

1) Toomey, Page 77

 

Died 12/01/1903, aged 66.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

HENRY SCHULTZ, H-17, Co. D, 1st SC Inf.

 

Source: www.footnote.com

Schultz, Henry, Co. B,D, 1(Butlers) SC Inf., Private-Sergeant NARA M267-Cards filed with Henry Shultz

 

Company Muster Roll Jan 20-Apr 30, 1861-enlisted March 21 at Charleston-Present, Company Muster-in Roll-Sullivan’s Island SC May 17, 1861-joined for duty and enrolled March 2, 1861 at Charleston, Company Muster Roll May/June 1861-Presentm July/Aug 1861-Present, Sept/Oct 1861-transferred from Co. B to Co. D in exchange for Mr. R. Barton Oct. 15, 1861, Nov/Dec 1861- Present, Jan/Feb 1862-Present, Mar/ Apr 1862-absent temporarily attached to Captain Haskell’s Co. D, Mar/Apr 1862-reenlisted March 7, 1862, May/June 1862-absent detached with Captain Haskell’s Co. D at Fort Moultrie since March 1862, May/June 1862-Present,- appointed 2 sergeant to **** date from April 29, 1862, July/Aug 1862 Absent attached to Capt. Haskell’s Co. D at Fort Moultrie, Sept/Oct 1862 absent attached to Capt. Haskell’s CO. D, Sept/Oct 1862-Present, Nov/Dec 1862-transferred to Co. D, Nov/Dec 1862 Present, Jan/Feb 1863-Present, Mch/Apr 1863-Present, May/June 1863-Present, Jul/Aug 1863-Present, Sept/Oct 1863-Present, Nov/Dec 1863-Present on sick report since Dec 27, 1863, Jan/Feb 1864-Present- twenty two cartridges and twenty caps to be paid for, May/June 1864-Present-promoted Sergeant Aug. 11, 1864 pay due as Corporal up to that date, Sept/Oct 1864-Present, Nov/Dec/ 1864-Pressent

 

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American Civil War Soldiers

Henry Shultz

Confederate SC

Enlisted as Sergeant in Co. B, 1st Regulars Inf. Reg, SC

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

Henry Shultz

Confederate SC

1 (Butler’s) SC Inf. Co. B,D

Rank in: Private

Rank out: 1 Sergeant

M381 Roll 29

 

US Civil War Soldiers Records and Profiles

Henry shultz

SC

Enlisted as Sergeant in Co. B, Sc 1st Inf. Reg.

Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records

 

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Sgt. Channing M. Scott – [Plot F-08; Barely Readable] ADOPTED

Scott_Channing_M(SM)

 

Died 6/28/1892, aged 49.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

C. M. Scott  (Confederate)

Enlistment:
- Enlisted as First Sergeant

Mustering information:
- Enlisted into 2nd Battn Cav (Maryland)

Sources for the above information:
- Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records

 

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CHANNING M. SCOTT, F-08, Co. B, 2nd MD Cav

 

Source: www.footnote.com

 

Medical Directories Office, Richmond, VA-admitted Nov. 30, 1862-returned to duty Jan. 5, 1862, Hospital Muster Roll, Richmond, VA-to Oct. 31, 1862 dated Dec. 5, 1862-Enlisted Sept. 1, 1862 at Frederick City, MD-Present or absent not stated, Signed “Parole of Honor” May, 15, 1865

 

Source: www.genealogybank.com

Sun paper, 28 June 1892

SCOTT-On June 27, at 9:30 A. M., CHANNING M. SCOTT, in the 50th year of his age.  Relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from his late residence, 407 North Poppleton street, on Wednesday afternoon, June 29, at four o’clock.  Interment at Loudon Park. [Please omit flowers]

 

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US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

C. M. Scott

Confederate Md

2 Battn Md Cav

Rank in/out: 1st Sergeant

M379 Roll 2

 

American Civil War Soldiers

C. Scott

Confederate MD

Enlisted as a 1st Sergeant in 2nd Battn Cav. Reg MD

 

US Civil War Soldiers Records and Profiles

C. M. Scott

Served: Maryland

Enlisted as 1st Sergeant in MD 2nd Cav Battn

Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records

 

1850 US Federal Census-MD- Prince Georges-Marlborough

Horatio Scott

58

Planter

MD

Henrietta Scott

44

 

MD

L. W. Scott

15

 

MD

Izabel Scott

14

 

MD

 admitted April 21, 18665Horatio Scott

13

 

MD

Henry W. Scott

11

 

MD

Channing M. Scott

07

 

MD

Susan R. Scott

31

 

MD

 

1860 US Federal Census-District of Columbia-Washington-Ward 4

H. M. Scott

Female

55

MD

Henry W. Scott

Male

21

MD

C. M. Scott

Male

17

MD

 

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John Scott – [Plot D-31; Barely Readable] ADOPTED

Scott_John_SM.jpg

 

Buried 5/11/1862.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 

 

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T_G_Scott

Pvt. T. G. Scott – [Plot A-02; Barely Readable] ADOPTED

 

Died 5/3/1865

 

62)  Confederate P.O.W.'S, Soldiers and Sailors Who Died in Federal Prisons and Military Hospitals In The North , Francis Ingmire and Carolyn Ericson editors, Published by the National Archives, 1984 from an original dated 1912 called Register of Confederate Soldiers and Sailors who died in Federal Prisons and Military Hospitals in the North, Compiled in the Office of the Commissioner for Marking Graves of the Confederate Dead, War Department, 1912

 

Died 05/03/1865.

 

32) Confederate P.O.W.'S, Soldiers and Sailors Who Died in Federal Prisons & Military Hospitals In the North, Francis Ingmire and Carolyn Ericson, Published by The National Archives, 1984.

 

T.G. SCOTT,  A-02, Co. B, 54th NC Inf.

 

Source: www.footnote.com

 

Scott, T.G., Co. B, 54th NC Inf. Private-Private, NARA M270

 

T. G. Scott-injury left knee-flesh-simple dressing-wounded between Petersburg and Farmville March 29th to April 9, 1865- transferred to City Pint April 12, 1865,  U.S.A. Hospital Steamer Connecticut admitted April 21, 1865-transferred from City Point, VA to Baltimore, MD.,  U.S.A. Genral Hospital West’s Bldg, Baltimore, MD from City Point admitted April 22, 1865 with G.S.W. upper 1/3 left leg below knee joint by Rnd Ball at Harpers Ferry April 6, 1865, died May 3, 1865, Record of Death and Interment- T.G. Scott, Residence before enlistment-NC, married, Widow living in Morganton, NC, cause of death-gunshot wound, age of deceased-45, Date of death and burial-May 3-4, 1865.

 

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American Civil War Soldiers

T. Scott

Residence: Burke County, NC

Confederate NC

Enlisted as a Private in Co. B., 54th Inf. Reg. NC

Died of disease as a POW 3 May 1865 at Baltimore, MD

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

T.G. Scott

Confederate NC

54th NC Inf., Co. B

Rank in/out: Private

M230 Roll 35

 

US Civil War Soldiers Records and Profiles

T.G. Scott

Residence: Burke County, NC

Served: NC

Enlisted as a Private in Co. B., NC 54th Inf. Reg

Mustered out 3 May 1865 at Baltimore, MD

North Carolina 1861-1865, A Roster

 

1860 US Federal Census-NC-Burke

Theophilus G.Scott

39

Farmer

NC

Martha Scott

27

 

NC

Oranna Scott

8

 

NC

Alice A. Scott

6

 

NC

Joseph P. Scott

5

 

NC

Ann E. Scott

3

 

NC

Wm. A. Scott

1

 

NC

John B. Branch

87

Farmer

VA

Sarah Branch

75

 

NC

 

 

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William_Seaman(sm)

 

 

 

 

 

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William Sellman – [Plot E-35; Unreadable] ADOPTED

 

Pvt., Co. A,1st Md. Inf. On roster. d. date unknown. Rebur. Loudon Park Cem., Baltimore from Va. 1874.

 

23) Driver, Page 509

 

Reburied from Virginia, 1874.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 

 

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Joshiah_T_Settle

Josiah T. Settle – [Plot C-08; Fairly Readable] ADOPTED

 

Died 12/14/1925.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

Josiah T. Settle  (Confederate)
- Josiah T. Settle is buried at Loudoun Park Cemetery, Baltimore, MD
- Postwar Residence: Baltimore, MD.

Enlistment:
- Enlisted on Jun 15 1864 as Private

Mustering information:
- Enlisted into Amherst Light Artillery (Virginia) on Jun 15 1864

Sources for the above information:
- The Virginia Regimental Histories Series, (1987)

 

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R. H. Shalton – [Plot E-41; Unreadable] ADOPTED

Shalton_R_H(SM)

 

Reburied from Virginia, 1874.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 

 

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Samuel_D_Shannon

Capt. Samuel D. Shannon – [Plot A-53; Unreadable] ADOPTED

 

Died 9/09/1896, aged 62.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

S. D. Shannon  (Confederate)

Enlistment:
- Enlisted as Captain

Mustering information:
- Commissioned into B Company, 15th Battn HA (South Carolina)

Sources for the above information:
- Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records

 

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Pvt. John A. Shaw – [Plot B-92; Unreadable] ADOPTED

Shaw_John_A(SM)

 

Buried 10/04/1864.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 

 

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Pvt. Thomas W. Shaw – [Plot C-84; Unreadable] ADOPTED

 

Thomas_W_Shaw(sm)

Buried 3/03/1864, aged 25.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 THOMAS W. SHAW, Lot C-84, Co. H, 11 AL Inf

 

US  Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

Confederate  AL

11 AL Inf., Co. H

Rank in/out: Private

 

American Civil War Soldiers

Thomas Shaw

Confederate  AL

Enlisted as Private Co. H., 11 Inf. Reg AL

 

Prisoner of War records

Shaw, T W   Pvt  11 Ala Co., H, captured Gettysburg, PA July 3, 1863, died Baltimore, West’s Bldg Hosp. March 1, 1864 of gun shot wound, shattered humerous, left arm. Buried Loudon Park Cemetery.

 

 

1850 Federal Census AL, Pickens  Southern District

J M Shaw

 

43

Farmer

SC

Mary Shaw

 

36

 

SC

William M Shaw

 

17

Farmer

AL

Archibal  Shaw

 

15

Farmer

AL

Columbus Shaw

 

13

 

AL

James A

 

13?

 

AL

Thomas W

 

9

 

AL

Babe

 

7

 

AL

Brice

 

6

 

AL

Martin

 

4

 

AL

Mary

 

2

 

AL

 

1860 Federal Census AL, Pickens, Nabers

Jas. M.   Shaw

 

52

Farmer

SC

Elizabeth Shaw

 

36

 

AL

Thos. W. Shaw

 

20

 

AL

A K Polk Shaw

 

17

 

AL

Henry M Dallas Shaw

 

16

 

AL

Martin Van B. Shaw

 

13

 

AL

Mary Shaw

 

12

 

AL

Violet R M Shaw

 

3

 

AL

Eliza M Shaw

 

1

 

AL

Amanda E Shaw

 

6/12

 

AL

 

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Pvt. Daniel Sheedy – [Plot F-42; Unreadable] ADOPTED

Sheedy_Daniel(sm)

 

Pvt., Co. F, 1st Md. Inf. & Co. E, 2nd Md. Inf. Enl. Harpers Ferry 5/26/61. Ab. sick in camp near Centreville 10/29-31/61. Present 11-12/61. NFR. Reenl. Co. E, 2nd Md. Inf. Richmond 9/8/62. Detailed as Cook for Surgeon's Mess 12/62. Ab. sick with asthma in Richmond hospital 11/24-12/13/63. Present 2/29-3/31/64. Ab. sick with asthma in Richmond hospital 5/10/64. Transf. Liberty hospital 5/27/64. Ab. sick with "Odema" in Richmond hospital 6/30-7/1/64. d. of disease 1864. Bur. Oakwood Cem., Richmond. Rebur. Loudon Park Cem., Baltimore 1874.

 

23) Driver, Page 510

 

Reburied from Virginia, 1874.

 

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Pvt. Edward P. Sheehan – [Plot G-26; Fairly Readable] ADOPTED

Sheehan_Edward_P(SM).jpg

 

Cpl., Co. F, 1st Md. Inf. & Pvt., Co. E, 2nd Md. Inf. b. Baltimore circa 1832. Res. of Baltimore. Enl. Harpers Ferry 5/22/61. Present 9/12/61. WIA and captured Burke's Station 3/9/62. Exchanged date unknown. Captured Front Royal 5/30/62. Paroled 7/5/62. Exchanged 8/5/62. Discharged 8/25/62. Age 30, 5' 11", dark complexion, dark hair, dark eyes, Bricklayer. Reenl. Co. E, 2nd Md. Inf. Richmond 9/18/62 as Pvt. Present 2/29-3/31/64. Paid 4/6/64. Present 9-10/64 and 1-2/65. Captured Hatcher's Run 4/2/65. Sent to Point Lookout. Released 6/20/65. 5'8 1/4", florid complexion, light hair, hazel eyes, res. Henrico Co., Va. Entered Old Soldiers' Home, Pikesville, Md. from Baltimore 8/21/95 age 62, Bricklayer. d. there 9/3/95 age 62. Bur. Loudon Park Cem., Baltimore.

 

23) Driver, Page 511

 

Died 9/03/1895, aged 62.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 

 

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Edward_A_Sheets(sm)

Edward A. Sheets – [Plot B-73; Barely Readable] ADOPTED

 

Died 1/03/1908, aged 71.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

EDWARD A. SHEETS, lot B-73, Co. D, 2nd KY Cav

Died 3 Jan 1908 , aged 71 years

 

1900 U.S. Federal Census, Maryland, Baltimore ED 3, District 27

Maryland Line Confederate Soldier’s Home

 

SHEEKS, E.A. born June 1831, age 68, widowed, born Md. Parents born Germany.

 

The Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers’ Home and Confederate Veteran’s Organizations in Maryland by Daniel Carroll Toomey

 

Edward Adolphus SHEEKS

Born at Baltimore City, Enlisted June 1862 at Knxville, TN, in Company D, Second Kentucky Cavalry as a private. Captured at Mt. Sterling, KY, Taken to Cincinnati, then to Camp Chase and finally to Johnson’s Island where I remained 10 months. Paroled May 12, 1865. In battles of Chickamauga, McElmore’s Cove, Bean’s Station and other actions in which my command was engaged.

 

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Lt. George Krebs Shellman – [Plot E-04; Barely Readable] ADOPTED

 

George_K_Shellman(sm)

1st Lt., Co. A, 1st Md. Inf. b. Md. circa 1820. Lawyer, age 40, Frederick, Md. 1860 census. Enl. Harpers Ferry 5/21/61. Pre­sent Camp Johnston near Winchester 6/61. Present 9-12/61, acting Quartermaster of the regiment, 9/22-12/31/61. Paid 2/20/62. Present 2/25/62 and 3/9/62. Appointed Captain and Quartermaster, 1st Md. Inf. 4/14/62 but declined. Present 6/6/62 and 6/28/62. Captured date and place unknown. Exchanged 10/6/62. Paid Richmond while awaiting orders 3/8/63, 5/20/63 and 6/30/63. Provost Marshal, Gordonsville 8/25/63. Paroled Appomattox C.H. 4/9/65. Lawyer, Frederick, Md. postwar. Member, Army & Navy Society, Maryland Line Association. Entered Old Soldiers' Home, Pikesville, Md. from Frederick 6/20/88 age 67. d. there 5/25/91 age 70. Bur. Loudon Park Cem., Baltimore.

 

23) Driver, Page 511

 

Died 5/25/1891, aged 70.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 GEORGE KREBS SHELLMAN, Lot E-04,  Co. A, 1st MD Inf

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

George K. Shellman

Confederate MD

1 MD Inf, Co. A

Rank in/out: 1st Lieutenant

 

George K. Shellman

Confederate

Confederate Troops

General and Staff officers, Corps, Division and Brigade Staff, Non-com. Staffs and Bands, Enlisted Men, Staff Department, C.S.A.

Rank in/out: 1st Lieutenant

 

American Civil War Soldiers

George Shellman

Residence: Frederick, MD

Occupation: Lawyer

Enlisted: 21 May 1861, Harpers Ferry, VA

Confederate MD

Died: 25 May 1891 at Confederate Soldiers Home, Pikesville, MD

Enlisted as a 1st Lieutenant at the age of 41

Commission in Co. A., 1st Inf. Reg. MD 21 May 1861

Promoted to Full Quartermaster 22 Sept. 1861

Surrendered Co. A, 1st Inf. Reg. MD 9 April 1865 at Appomattox Court House, VA

 

1850 US Federal Census, MD, Frederick, Fredericktown

Wm. Shellman

 

56

 

NY

George Shellman

 

28

Lawyer

NY

 

1860 US Federal Census, MD,  Frederick, Frederick

City Hotel

George Shellman

 

40

MD

 

1870 US Federal Census, MD, Frederick, Frederick

City Hotel

Shellman, Geo. K.

 

49

Lawyer

MD

 

1880 US Federal Census, MD, Frederick, Frederick, District 70

(This appears to be a hospital for the insane. He is not listed as insane but many are)

Shellman, George K.

 

60

Single

MD MD MD

 

IGI at www.familysearch.org

George Krebs Schellman

Christened 14 September 1820 Evangelical Lutheran or Lutheran Congregation of Middletown, Middletown, Frederick, MD.  Father: William Schellman, Mother: Susan

 

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 The (Baltimore) Sun paper, 28 May 1891

 

Lieut. George Krebs Shellman, Company A., First Maryland Regiment, who died at the Confederate Soldier’s Home, Pikesville, on Monday, was buried yesterday in Loudon Park.  The burial service was read by Rev. Mr. Lawrence, of Pikesville Protestant Episcopal Church.  The pall-bearers were selected from the soldiers at the home.  Among those who attended the funeral were Gen. Bradley T, Johnson, Lieut. William H. Fitzgerald, Capt. George R. Gaither, William H. Pope, James R. Wheeler and August Simon.

 

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Thomas R. Shepherd – [Plot H-28; Barely Readable] ADOPTED

Shepherd_Thomas_R_SM.jpg

 

Thomas R. Shepherd: 1st Sgt. Co. I (AKA Henrico Lt. Dragoons), b. 1840 Enl. Henrico CH 5-9-61 as Pvt.  Present throught 6-30-61. Promoted 4th Sgt. & Present 3-4/62, Promoted 1st Sgt. & Present 1-4/63. Ab. sick in Hanover Junction Hospital 5-6/63 Present 7-8/63. Ab. on detail 9-10/63 Present 11-12/63 & 7-8/64. Issued clothing 9/30 & 12/31/64. No Further Report. Admitted Old Soldiers Home, Pikesville, MD 8/8/01 d. 8/16/01. Bur. Loudon Park Cem. Baltimore MD.

 

55)  10th Virginia Cavalry, by Robert J. Driver, Jr.; Courtesy of Wm. Sterling Schermerhorn  psidiver@earthlink.net, P. 160

 

Died 8/10/1901, aged 61.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

Thomas R. Shepherd  (Confederate)

Biographical data and notes:
- Thomas R. Shepherd died on Aug 16 1901 at Old Soldiers' Home, Pikesville, MD
- He is buried at Loudon Park Cem., Baltimore, MD

Enlistment:
- 21 years of age at time of enlistment
- Enlisted on May 9 1861 at Henrico Court House, VA as Private

Mustering information:
- Enlisted into I Company, 10th Cavalry (Virginia) on May 9 1861

Promotions:
- Promoted to 1st Sergt (Full, Vol) (date not indicated)
- Promoted to 4th Sergt (Full, Vol) (date not indicated)

Listed as:
- On rolls on Jan 15 1863 (Estimated day. On rolls through 04/63)
- Hospitalized on May 15 1863 at Hanover Junction, VA (Estimated day)
- Detailed on Sep 15 1863 (Estimated day)
- On rolls on Nov 15 1863 (Estimated day)
- On rolls on Jul 15 1864 (Estimated day)
- Issued clothing on Sep 30 1864
- Issued clothing on Dec 31 1864

Sources for the above information:
- The Virginia Regimental Histories Series, (1987)

 

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Pvt. Henry F. Shliephake (Sleepack or Sleepacht)– [Plot C-46; Fairly Readable] ADOPTED

Shliephake_Henry_F(SM).jpg

 

Pvt., Co. H (2nd), 1st Md. Inf. b. Wash­ington, D.C. 1/3/37. Moved to Baltimore as a child. Ent. Co. B, 21st Va. Inf. 5/27/61. Transf. Co. H, 1st Md. Inf. 6/18/61. Present 9-12/61. Discharged 6/18/62. Age 25, 5'9", light complexion, light hair, light eyes, Clerk. Paid 6/24/62. NFR. Captured Blue Bell Tavern, Philadelphia, Pa. 5/19/63. Sent to Point Lookout. Exchanged 3/20/64. Reenl. Co. I, 3rd Va. Local Defense Troops, Richmond. Paroled Richmond 6/65. Member, Army & Navy Society, Maryland Line Association. Entered Old Soldiers' Home, Pikesville, Md. from Baltimore 4/30/00 age 63, Bookkeeper. d. there 9/5/18. Bur. Loudon Park Cem., Baltimore.

 

23) Driver, Page 508

 

Born in Washington, DC, on January 3, 1837. Shortly after my birth my parents located in the city of Baltimore where I resided until the commencement of Civil War….Was taken prisoner and confined at Point Lookout until the early summer of 1863.

 

1) Toomey, Page 79

 

Died 9/05/1918.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

HENRY FREDERICK SLEEPACK (Schliephake), C-46, Co. H., 1st MD Inf. Died 5 September 1918

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

Henry Sleepack

Confederate  MD

1st MD Inf. Co. H

Rank in/out: Private

Alternate name Henry T. Schliephake

M379  roll 2

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

H.F. Sleepack

Confederate MD

1st MD Inf., Co. H

Rank in/out: Private

Alternate name: Henry T. Schliephake

M379  roll 2

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861- 1865

Henry T. Schliephake

Confederate MD

1sr MD Inf., Co. H

Rank in/out: Private

 

American Civil War Soldiers

Henry Schliephake

Confederate MD

Enlisted as a Private

Co. H, 1st MD Inf.

 

 

Civil War Prisoner of War Records

Sleepack, Henry citizen Balto. MD, near Baltimore May 19, 1863. Exchanged March 17, 1864

 

We, the undersigned, desire to be sent South as POW for exchange

Sleepack, H.F. Baltimore, MD,  Co. H, 1 MD Inf.

 

1900 US Federal Census, MD, Baltimore Independent City, ED 3, D 27

Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers’ Home

Sleepack, H.F.  Jan 1837   63             DC       Germany         VA

 

1910 US Federal Census MD Baltimore ED 3 D 12

Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers’ Home

Sleepack, Henry F.  72 widowed        Md  MD  MD

(Source for above information- www.ancestry.com)

 

From www.genealogybank.com

Baltimore American paper, 6 September 1918, Mortuary notice

Official Death list Reported Sept. 5, 1918

 

Sleepack, Henry F,  1807 North Fulton Ave  82 y/o

 

The Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers’ Home and Confederate Veterans’ Organizations in Maryland by Daniel Carroll Toomey, page 79

 

HENRY FREDERICK SLEEPACK

  Born at Washington, DC, on January 3, 1837.  Shortly after my birth my parents located in the city of Baltimore where I resided until commencement of Civil War.  I then proceeded to Richmond and enlisted for one year as a private in Company C, First Maryland Regiment Infantry.  This was on the 18th day of June 1861.  Was honorably discharged  at Staunton, VA, August 1862, time of service having expired.  Was taken prisoner and confined to Point Lookout until the early summer of 1863.  Was then exchanged with a number of others and sent to Richmond where shortly afterwards I re-enlisted in the Third Virginia Battalion of Infantry.  Remained with this command until Richmond was evacuated.  I then tried to join the Army of the Mississippi, but was stopped at Salisbury, NC, and fully convinced the war was over.  Returned to Richmond and was paroled June 1865.  Was in all engagements my command took part in.

 

HENRY F. SLEEPACK

From www.mostateparks.com/confedmem/lists.htm

Applicants For Confederate Home in Missouri

Henry F. Sleepack, age 62, years 1898-1899 (w), Private Co. H, 1st Md Inf.

 

From www.ancestry.com

Kansas City Mo. City Directories 1889-1891

 

Henry F. Sleepack, location r 612 e 6th, Business name Golden Eagle,  Bookkeeper

 

Henry F. Sleepack, location r 4002 e 9th, Business, Golden Eagle Clothing Co., Bookkeeper

 

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Henry F. Schliephake

Co. H 1st Maryland Infantry

 

Henry F. Schliephake was enlisted by Capt. William H. Murray on June 18, 1861 in Richmond, Virginia for a period of one year.  He was discharged on 18 June 1862, receiving payment on 24 June 1862 from J. Ambler. 

 

He was captured on May 19, 1863 near Baltimore, later stated at Blue Ball Tavern, Phil.  Date of arrival Baltimore Dec. 10, 1863.  He was exchanged March 17, 1864 at City Point, Virginia.

 

AGO. 10th St

Mch 26 09

 

Mr. Whitcomb,

            Card from Roll 84, Sheet 16 (Sig. to a roll of P of W paroled at Point Lookout, Md and transferred to City Point, VA Mch 16/64 for exchange) shows H. F. Sleepack, Pvt. Co H 1 Regt Md, Captured Blue Ball Tavern, Phil May 19/63.  Can you find anything addtl?

                                    Respectfully,

                                    OB Brown

 

Mr. Brown,

            Herewith is sent Carded Reg. No 1 of Point Lookout, which shows on page 414 the above named prisoner as a Citizen etc – Will you please return this Regr Monday after card has been made from source.  We have occasion to refer to this register every day.

Mar 27/09

 

I CERTIFY, That the within named Henry F. Schliephake a Private of Captain Wm H Murrays Company (H) of the first Regiment of Maryland Vols born in Washington in the State of District of C aged 25 years, 5 feet 9 inches high, light complexion, light eyes, light hair, and by occupation clerk was enlisted by Wm.H. Murray at Richmond, Virginia on the 18th day of June 1862 to serve one years, and is now entitled to discharge by reason of the expiration of his term of enlistment.

            The said Henry F. Schliephake was last paid by Capt. Byrd to include the 31st day of December 1861, and has pay due from that date to the present date.

            There is due to him _____ Dollars traveling allowance from ______, the place of discharge, to _____, the place of enrolment, transportation not being furnished in kind.

            There is due him fifty dollars on cloathing alot.

            He is indebted to the Confederate States twenty three dollars on account of clothing drawn in kind.

            Given in duplicate at Staunton, this 18th day of June 1862.

 

                                                            (S) WmH Murray, Capt.

                                                                        Commanding Company.

 

For pay from 31st of December 1861, to to 18 of June 1862, being 5 months and 18 days, at $11 Dollars per month,          61.60

For pay for traveling from clothing   to 50.00, being ______miles, at ten cents per mile,  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . clothing 

                                                              Amount . . . . . .             111.60

Deduct for clothing overdrawn                                                    23.

                                                   Balance paid,  . . . . . .              88.60

 

            Received of Capt. Jno Ambler C.S. Army, this 24 day of July 1862 eighty eight Dollars and 60 Cents, in full of the above account.

 

                                                (S) H. F. Schliephake

Witness                                   ________________

 

                                               

Biography of

Henry F. Schliephake/Sleepack

 

 

Henry F. Schliephake was born January 3, 1837 in Washington, DC.  His father, John H. H. Schliephake, was born in Germany.  His mother, Emelia Kracht, was born in Virginia.  Prior to the outbreak of the war, Henry was a clerk.  Following his year’s enlistment with Co. H, Henry served in the 35th Virginia Local Defense, a unit composed of clerks who worked in Richmond.   (No record of this service has been located yet.)  He lived at 1430 Preston Street, Baltimore City.  He was elected to the Society of the Army and Navy of the Confederate States in the State of Maryland on March 20, 1894.  He was admitted to the Maryland Line Confederate Home on 3 April 1900, but quit the home with honorable mention on 22 April 1914.  On July 24, 1918 he moved to 1807 N. Fulton Street in the 15th Ward of Baltimore City.  He died on September 5, 1918 at his residence at the age of 82 years, 8 months. The cause of death is illegible, but the contributory cause was hardening of the arteries.  He was married at the time of his death.  Henry was buried on September 7th on Confederate Hill, C 46, Loudon Park Cemetery.

 

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Dr. Newton Shoemaker – [Plot F-51; Unreadable] ADOPTED

Shoemaker_Newton(sm)

 

Reburied from Virginia, 1874.

 

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W.J. Simmons – [Plot B-31; Barely Readable] ADOPTED

W_J_Simmons(sm)

 

W.J. SIMMONS, B-31, Co. H., 21 GA

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

W. Simmons

Confederate GA

21st GA Inf. Co. H

Rank in/out: Private

M226  roll 55

 

American Civil War Soldiers

W. Simmons

Confederate GA

Enlisted as a Private

Co. H., Cobbs Legion Inf. Reg. GA

 

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John A. Simpson – [Plot H-03; Barely Readable] ADOPTED

Simpson_John_A(SM)

 

Pvt., Co. D, 1st Md. Inf. b. circa 1840. Served in "Maryland American Rifles." Enl. date unknown. WIA Harrisonburg 6/6/62. NFR. d. 12/30/04 age 64. Bur: Loudon Park Cem., Baltimore.

 

23) Driver, Page 514

 

Died 12/30/1904, aged 64.

 

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Cpl. John Jackson Sims – [Plot E-11; Barely Readable] ADOPTEDSims_John_Jackson_sm

 

Cpl., Co. D, 1st Md. Inf. b. circa 1840. Res. of St. Mary's Co., Md. Enl. Harpers Ferry 5/22/61 as Pvt. Present 9-12/61. Promoted Cpl. Dis­charged by 8/11/62 on postwar roster Co. B, 2nd Md. Cav. Member, Army & Navy Society, Maryland Line Association. Res. of Baltimore. d. Old Soldiers' Home, Pikesville, Md. 4/11/89 age 49. Bur. Loudon Park Cem., Baltimore.

 

23) Driver, Page 514

 

Died 4/11/1889, aged 49.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

John Simms  (Confederate)

Enlistment:
- Enlisted as Private

Mustering information:
- Enlisted into D Company, 1st Infantry (Maryland)

Sources for the above information:
- Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records

 

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Pvt. Murdock Skipper – [Plot A-47; Unreadable] ADOPTED

 

Murdock_Skipper

Died and buried 10/14/1864.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 MURDOCK SKIPPER, Lot A-47,   Co. D., 46 NC Infantry, Died 14 October 1864

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

Murdock Skipper

Confederate  North Carolina

46th NC Infantry  Co. D

Rank in/out: Private

 

American Civil War Soldiers

Murdock Skipper

Residence: Richmond County, NC

Enlisted: 8 May 1862 at Richmond Co., NC as a Private at the age of 26.

Died as a prisoner 13 Oct 1864  at Baltimore, MD.

 

Prisoner of War records

Skipper, Murdock  Pvt Co. D 46 NC Inf   died 14 Oct 1864

 

Skipper, Murdock  Pvt  Co. G  46 NC Inf  captured Spotsylvania VA  May 14, 1864, transferred to Elmira, NY July 27, 1864

 

Skipper, M., Pvt  46 NC Co. D., captured Winchester, VA  Sept. 19, 1864, dead when rec’d Oct. 18, 1864 at West’s Bldg., Balto., MD

 

 

1850 Federal Census  NC, Richmond, Wolf Pitt

Drury Skipper

 

45

Farmer

NC

Mary  Skipper

 

45

 

NC

Anna  Skipper

 

18

 

NC

Murdock Skipper

 

15

 

NC

Daniel  Skipper

 

13

 

NC

Alexander Skipper

 

10

 

NC

Sarah Skipper

 

5

 

NC

 

1860 Federal Census, NC, Richmond, Wolf Pitt

Mary  Skipper

 

53

Domestic

SC

Murdock Skipper

 

25

Farmer

NC

Ann Skipper

 

26

Domestic

NC

Daniel Skipper

 

23

Field hand

NC

Sandy Skipper

 

20

Field hand

NC

Sarah Skipper

 

18

Domestic

NC

 

Note:  There is a Daniel Skipper, residence Richmond Co., NC  who enlisted on 8 May 1862 for the Confederacy serving NC. He enlisted with Co. D, 46 NC Inf. 16 April 1862 and died of disease 23 Dec 1862 at Richmond Co., NC.    Could this be the brother of Murdock Skipper who served the same unit?

 

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Smith_Augustine_J(sm)

 

Died 4/23/1899, aged 67.

 

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Smith_David_G(SM)

 

Buried 7/20/1863.

 

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Died 12/03/1917.

 

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Cpl., Co. A, 2nd Md. Inf. b. circa 1836. Res. of Annapolis, Md. Enl. Richmond 8/22/62 as Pvt. WIA Gettysburg 7/3/63. Captured 7/5/63. Sent to Ft. Delaware. Exchanged 8/1/63. Paid 12/23/63. Present 2/29-3/31/64. Present as acting Sergeant Major of regiment 8/26-10/4/64. Ab. detailed as Clerk in Ordnance Dept., Archer's Brigade 10/4­25/64. Present 10/31/64. Issued clothing 12/30/64. Ab. on leave 1/5/65. Appointed Cpl. 1/26/65. Present through 2/28/65. Surrendered Appomattox C.H. 4/9/65, commanding the company. Took oath 5/4/65. "Released to go to Phila, Pa." Member, Murray Confederate Association, 1872. d. 5/28/81 age 46. Bur. Loudon Park Cem., Baltimore.

 

23) Driver, Page 515

 

Died 5/28/1881.

 

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Buried 11/02/1864.

 

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Smith_Joseph(SM).jpg

 

Died 12/14/1896, aged 50.

 

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Smith_Samuel_P(SM)

 

Died 5/11/1895, aged 53.

 

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Smith_William_B(SM).jpg

 

Buried 11/06/1864.

 

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Smith_W_B(SM)

 

Buried 10/16/1864.

 

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Smith_W_J(sm)

 

Died 3/04/1865. Reburied from Ft. McHenry, 1895.

 

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Lt. Nicholas W. Snowden – [Plot E-55; Unreadable] UNAVAILABLE (Private Burial)

Snowden_Nicholas(sm)

 

3rd Lt., Co. D, 1st Md. Inf. b. Md. 4/7/38. Att. Georgetown U. Farmer, "Avondale," Laurel, Prince George's Co., Md. 1860 census. Ent. Harpers Ferry 6/1/61. Present through 6/30/61 and 9-12/61. Paid 2/15/62 and 3/15/62. KIA Harrisonburg 6/6/62. “… pierced by three balls." Bur. Union Ch. Cem., Cross Keys. Rebur. Loudon Park Cem., Baltimore 1874. General Bradley T. Johnson said of him a true and brave soldier who died, as became his life, in the arms of victory with his face to the foe."

 

23) Driver, Page 518

 

Died 6/06/1862, aged 33. Reburied from Virginia, 1874.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 NICHOLAS W. SNOWDEN, Unavailable, Lot E-55, Co. D., 1 MD Inf

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

Nicholas N. Snowden

Confederate  MD

1 MD Inf., Co. D

Rank in/out: 2nd Lieutenant

 

American Civil War Soldiers

Nicholas Snowden

Residence: Avondale, MD

Occupation: Farmer

Enlisted: 1 June 1861, Harpers Ferry, MD

Confederate  MD

Enlisted as a 2nd Lieutenant at the age of 33 in Co. D, 1st MD Inf. Reg

Killed 6 June 1862 at Harrisonburg, VA.

 

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Isadore A. Sotecki – [Plot B-14; Readable] ADOPTED

 

Died 5/10/1917.

 

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Isidore Soiecki  (Confederate)

Enlistment:
- Enlisted as Private

Mustering information:
- Enlisted into B Company, 2nd Battn Cav (Maryland)

Sources for the above information:
- Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records

 

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Died 6/02/1924, aged 87.

 

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Spier_Thomas_M(SM)

 

Buried 5/15/1862.

 

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Edward O. N. Stansbury – [Plot F-37; Unreadable] ADOPTED

Stansbury_Edward_O_N(SM)

 

Died in Hospital

 

43)  http://home.earthlink.net/~bklohr/BatteryRoster.htm

 

Reburied from Virginia, 1874.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

In reading "Virgina At War, 1863", edited by William C. Davis and James I. Robertson Jr. (University Press of Kentucky, 2009), I found two entries on page 175 having to do with Mr. Stansbury. It is in a portion of the diary of Mrs. Judith Brockenbrough McGuire, who volunteered at the Robertson Hospital in Richmond, under the supervision of Captain of Confederate Cavalry (Unassigned) Sally Tompkins (so commissioned by Jefferson Davis on September 9, 1861).

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NB Robertson Hospital treated 1,333 wounded over the course of the War, losing only 73--the lowest mortality rate of any military hospital, North or South, during the War. Unfortunately, our Mr. Stansbury was one of those who were lost.

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Mrs. McGuire's diary entry for Wednesday, April 15th, 1863, reads as follows (in part):

"Spent yesterday in the hospital. I am particularly interested in two very ill men. One is a youth of seventeen years, who has been seventeen months in service.* Poor boy! He is now sinking with consumption, and has lately been brought to our hospital from another. His case elicits great sympathy and kindness. His name is Stansberry (sic), and he is from Baltimore. We have reason to hope that he is prepared to meet his God..."

On Friday, April 17th, Mrs. McGuire wrote as follows (in part):

"On going to the hospital yesterday, I found that young Stansberry (sic) had died, surrounded by sympathetic friends, and having a bright hope of blessed immortality..."

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* Mr. Robertson, editor, says in his note (#122, page 196):

"Edward O. N. Stansbury was a member of the All-Maryland Chesapeake Artillery, which served as a Virginia unit under Captain James Forrest. The battery served as a part of Richmond's defense forces until 1864."

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While I'm not quite sure that Mr. Robertson's last statement is entirely accurate, I will trust that his identification of Mr. Stansbury as the individual is question IS--based, I gather, on Robertson Hospital records.

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A brief check on Ancestry.com (hardly thorough--I'm not a member...yet!) seemed to support the age of the gentleman, citing references in both the 1850 and 1860 Baltimore City census records, and placing his year of birth in 1846/47.

 

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Buried 12/23/1864.

 

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Stark_Adam(sm)

 

Died 9/17/1878, aged 47.

 

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Died 12/16/1890, aged 72.

 

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The (Baltimore) Sun, 17 December 1890

   The remains of Dr. William J. Barry and John M.Steele, the two veterans who died at the Confederate Soldiers’ Home at Pikesville on Monday, were buried in the presence of a half dozen comrades yesterday afternoon.  Mr. Steele was buried in the Confederate lot at Loudon Park and Dr. Barry in Bonnie Brae.  It was at first intended that the two should be buried side by side in Loudon Park, but Mr. Barry who was a Catholic, had requested that he be buried at Bonnie Brae.  A grave had been prepared for him by the by the side of his comrade.  Mr. Steele was buried first, Rev. Edward T. Lawrence of St. Mark’s Protestant Episcopal Church, Pikesville, reading the service. The pallbearers were Gen. Bradley T. Johnson, Wm. Connelly, R.R. Jenkins, John Cloeman, John R. Davis and Daniel McCauley.  The funeral procession then went to Bonnie Brae where services were conducted by Rev. Francis R. Mackall.  The same pall-bearers acted except that General Johnson’s place was taken by William Goldsmith.

 

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Sgt. Thomas E. Steger – [Plot D-67; Barely Readable] ADOPTED

 

Buried 4/21/1864.

 

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Stevenson_S_V(SM)

 

Buried 8/07/1863.

 

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Septimus_H_Stewart(sm)

1st Lt., Co. C (2nd), 1st Md. Inf. Att. USMA. Bookkeeper, Baltimore. Enl. Richmond 5/17/61. Present 6/61. Ab. sick in camp near Centreville 10/29-31/61. Present 11-12/61. Paid 2/1/62. Present 2/25/62. Paid Richmond 3/1/62. Captured Sangster's Station 3/9/62. Sent to Ft. Delaware. Exchanged 8/5/62. Had been appointed Captain and Quartermaster 4/16/62, but was dropped when regiment disbanded. In Richmond hospital 8/26-27/62. NFR. Reenl. Co. C, 1st Md. Cav. as Pvt. date unknown. Captured Monterey, Pa. 7/4/63. Sent to Ft. McHenry. Transf. Ft. Delaware, Ft. Columbus, N.Y. and Point Lookout. Exchanged 12/18/63. NFR. Appointed Captain, Co. N, 2nd Va. Reserves. Surrendered Appomattox C.H. 4/9/65. Paroled again Washington, D.C. 4/22/65. d. 1/6/93. Bur. Loudon Park Cem., Baltimore

 

23) Driver, Page 523

 

Died 1/06/1893.

 

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Capt. Thomas Richard Stewart – [Plot B-61; Barely Readable] ADOPTED

 

Thomas_R_Stewart(sm)

Captain, Co. G, 2nd Md. Inf. b. Dorchester Co., Md. 11/23/30. Farmer, Cornersville, Dorchester Co. 1860 census. Imprisoned in Old Capitol prison 5-6/61 for disloyalty. Pilot on York River 7/61 until Yorktown was evacuated 5/62. Enl. Richmond 10/31/62 as Pvt. Elected 1st Lt. 12/24/62 and Captain 1/26/63. WIA (ankle and head) Gettysburg 7/2/63. Ab. detailed as Recruiting Officer, for Maryland Line because of wounds 12/7/63. Served as Chief of Passport Office, Richmond. Assigned to duty at Andersonville, Ga. prison 8/22/64. Also served at Camp Lawton, Ga. and Columbia, S.C. Relieved 3/22/65. Paroled Augusta, Ga. 5/6/65. Pilot on Chesapeake Bay postwar. Member, Army & Navy Society, Maryland Line Association. Entered Old Soldiers' Home, Pikesville, Md. from Dorchester Co. 7/26/94, Seaman. d. Baltimore 11/26/08. Bur. Loudon Park Cem.

 

23) Driver, Page 523

 

Died 11/26/1908, aged 78.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

THOMAS RICHARD STEWART, B-61, Co. G, 2nd MD Inf, died 26 Nov. 1908, age 78 years

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

Thomas R. Stewart

Confederate MD

2nd Batt’n MD Inf., Co. G

Rank in: First Lieutenant

Rank out: Captain

M379 roll 2

 

American Civil War Soldiers

Thomas Stewart

Residence: Conersville, MD

Occupation: Farmer

Enlisted: 31 October 1862, Richmond, VA

Confederate MD

Died: 26 November 1908, Baltimore, MD

Enlisted as a Private at the age of 29 years in Co. G., 2nd Inf. Reg. MD

Promoted to Full First Lieutenant 24 Dec 1862

Promoted to Full Captain 26 Jan 1863

Discharged for wounds 1 Nov 1863

Enlisted in Recruiting Officers Reg., Confederate States 7 Dec 1863

 

1880 US Federal Census MD, Talbot, Trappe, 81

 

 

Lewis, Susan

49 widow

 

MD MD MD

 

Stewart, Thomas

49 son-in-law

Sailor

MD MD MD

 

Stewart, Sallie C

27 daughter

 

MD MD MD

 

Lewis, William T

23 son

Farm Laborer

MD MD MD

 

Lewis, Anna

16 daughter

 

MD MD MD

 

Lewis, Susan E.

14 daughter

 

MD MD MD

 

Lewis, Josephine

09 daughter

 

MD MD MD

 

Stewart, Arthur

03 gr, son

 

MD MD MD

 

Stewart, Mary E.

01 gr. Daughter

 

MD MD MD

 

 

 

 

 

 

1900 US Federal Census, MD, Talbot, Trappe, 91

 

 

Stewart, Arthur J (or I)  

May 1877

23 M 1yr

MD MD MD

Fisherman

Stewart, Alda

Feb 1884

16 M 1yr

MD MD MD

Wife

Stewart, Thomas R.

May 1830

70 M 24yrs

MD MD MD

Father   Sailor

Stewart, Sarah C.

Jan 1853

47 M 24yrs 4-3

MD MD MD

Mother

 

The above information from www.ancestry.com

 

From www.GenealogyBank.com

The (Baltimore) Sun paper, 28 Nov. 1908, News Article

 

CAPT. T.R. STEWART DEAD

Valiant Confederate Was Wounded At Gettysburg

   Capt. Thomas Richard Stewart, of the Confederate Soldiers’ Home, Pikesville, died there Thursday of the infirmities of age.

   He was born in Dorchester county in 1830.  At the commencement of the civil War he went to Virginia and was in the Confederate service as pilot on the York river.  Prior to that service he was captured and confined in the old Captiol Prison at Washingnton, but was released in June 1861, when he became pilot on the York river, remaining until the evacuation of Yorktown.

   He enlisted in the Second Maryland Infantry, and in November, 1862 was elected first lieutenant of his company and promoted to captain January 26, 1863.

   Captain Stewart was wounded in the ankle at the battle of Gettysburg and was then assigned to the command of Gen. J.H. Winder at Richmond, Va, as passport officer.

http://www.descv.org/ThomasRStewartPhoto.jpg

Captain Thomas Richard Stewart (right)

of the 2nd Maryland Infantry, Co. G.

http://www.descv.org/CampAncestors4.htm

 

   After the was he returned to this city and resumed his occupation of navigator on the Chesapeake Bay. Up to the time of his admission to the home he was in command of sailing craft and steamboats.  He was well known to all of the bay captains.

   A widow and children live in Talbot county and a brother and other relatives live in this city.  He was admitted to the home in 1894.

 

 

The Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers’ Home and Confederate Veterans’ Organizations In Maryland by Daniel Carroll Toomey, page 80

Thomas Richard Stewart

   Born in Dorchester County, MD, November 23, 1830.   Enlisted October 31, 1862, as a private in company G, Second Maryland Regiment Infantry for the war.  In November 1862 elected first lieutenant of Company G.  Promoted captain January 26, 1863.  In the battles of Winchester, Gettysburg, and all other engagements with my command.  Paroled at Augusta, GA in 1865.  Prior to my enlisting was a pilot on York River from July 1861 to the evacuation of Yorktown.  Was a prisoner on Old Capitol Prison at Washington, DC from May 1861 to later part of June 1861.  Wounded at Gettysburg severely in the ankle and a slight wound in the head.  Was then assigned to General John H. Winder at the Passport Office in Richmond.  From there to Camp Lawton in charge of Prisoners and then to Columbia, SC, under Major Griswold.

 

www.descv.org/RollOf Honor.html

Member                      Ancestor                                             Unit

William D. Dobson    Capt. Thomas Richard Stewart          2nd Reg. Md., Inf. Co. G

 

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Reburied from Virginia, 1874.

 

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Reburied from Virginia, 1874.

 

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Pvt. George Strain – [Plot H-06; Unreadable] ADOPTED

Strain_George(SM)

 

Died 10/24/1904, aged 72.

 

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George Strain  (Confederate)

Enlistment:
- Enlisted on Jun 1 1861 at Petersburg, VA as Private

Mustering information:
- Enlisted into C Company, 18th Battn HA (Virginia) on Jun 1 1861
- Deserted from 18th Battn HA (Virginia) on Apr 5 1865 (Estimated day of desertion to US Forces)

Listed as:
- Detailed on Apr 15 1864 (As carpenter)
- Detached on Aug 31 1864 at Belle Isle, VA (Guarding Federal prisoners)
- On rolls on Dec 31 1864 (Present)
- Hospitalized on Jan 10 1865 at Richmond, VA (With pleuritis)
- Hospitalized on Jan 25 1865 at Richmond, VA
- Confined on Jan 30 1865 at Castle Thunder Prison, Richmond, VA
- Oath Allegiance on Apr 12 1865 at Washington, DC (Sent to Norfolk, VA)

Sources for the above information:
- The Virginia Regimental Histories Series, (1987)

 

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GEORGE STRAIN, H-06, Co. C., 18th VA Battn., VA Heavy Artillery

 

(Source: www.ancestry.com)

US Civil War Soldiers Records and Profiles

George Strain

Enlistment Date: 6 Jan 1861

Rank at Enlistment: Private

Place of Enlistment: Petersburg, VA

State Served: Virginia

Enlisted in Co. C., VA 18th Heavy Artillery Battn on 01 June 1861

Mustered out 05 April 1865

The Virginia Regimental Histories Series

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

George Strain

Confederate VA

18 Battn. VA Heavy Art., Co. C

Rank in/out: Private

M382 Roll 53

 

American Civil War Soldiers

George Strain

Enlisted: 1 June 1861 at Petersburg, Va.

Confederate VA

Enlisted as a Private

Co. C., 18th Battn Hvy Art. Reg., VA

Deserted 5 April 1865

 

1850 US Federal Census-VA-Jefferson-Smithfield

 

 

 

Simon L. Minghini

45

Cabinet Maker

VA

 

 

Elizabeth Minghini

40

 

VA

 

 

Joseph J. Minghini

13

 

VA

 

 

Josiah Ridgway

22

Cabinet Maker

VA

 

 

George Strain

18

 

VA

 

 

Henry Ogden

17

 

VA

 

 

Nathan Vancleeve

25

 

VA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1860 Federal Census-VA-Petersburg Independent City-South Ward

 

 

George Strain

27

Carpenter

VA

 

 

Margaret Strain

24

 

VA

 

 

Mary E. Strain

3

 

VA

 

 

George W. Strain

1

 

VA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1870 US Federal Census-VA-Petersburg Independent City-Petersburg Ward 5

 

 

Straine, George

39

Carpenter

VA

 

 

Straine, Margaret

40

Keeping House

England

 

 

Straine, George

11

 

VA

 

 

Straine, John

9

 

VA

 

 

Straine, Mary L.

12

 

VA

 

 

Straine, Maggie

5

 

VA

 

 

Straine, Annie

3

 

VA

 

 

Straine, Victoria

12-Apr

 

Va

Born in January

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1880 US Federal Census-VA-Henrico-Richmond-District 90

 

 

 

Strain, George

47

Carpenter

VA VA VA

 

 

Strain, Margaret

45

Keeping House

ENG ENG ENG

Wife

 

Strain, Mary E.

22

Cigar Factory

MD VA ENG

Daughter

 

Strain, Margaret

15

Cigar Factory

VA VA ENG

Daughter

 

Strain, George

23

Carpenter

MD VA ENG

Son

 

Strain, John

19

Horse Dealer

VA VA ENG

Son

 

Strain, Anne

12

At School

VA VA ENG

Daughter

 

Strain, Victoria

8

 

VA VA ENG

Daughter

 

Strain, William

6

 

VA VA ENG

Son

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1900 US Federal Census-MD-Baltimore-Election Dist. 3- District 27

 

 

Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers’ Home

 

 

 

 

Strain, George

Soldier

Feb 1833

67

MD MD MD

Inmate

 

 

(Source: www.genealogybank.com)

 

The (Baltimore) Sun, 26 October 1904-Mortuary Notice

                        GEORGE STRAIN

   Mr. George Strain, a Confederate veteran, died on Monday night at the Confederate Soldiers’ Home, Pikesville, aged 72 years.  He was a native of Petersburg, Va., and enlisted at that place on June, 7, 1861 for a year in Company C, Eighteenth Virginia Battalion of Artillery, reenlisting in the same command for the rest of the war.  He was in all of the engagements in which his command participated, and was wounded and captured near Appomattox at the close of the struggle.

   Mr. Strain was a carpenter and moved from Virginia to Baltimore, where he worked at his trade until admitted into the home on May 1, 1900.  He is survived by a widow and children, living in this city.  He will be buried this morning in the Confederate lot in Loudon Park Cemetery, after a requiem mass at St. Charles’ Catholic Church, Pikesville.

 

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Pvt., Co. A, 1st Md. Inf. b. circa 1839. Res. of Baltimore. Enl. Harpers Ferry 5/21/61. Present 9-12/61. Ab. sick with "Int fever" in Danville hospi­tal 1/11/62. Reenl. 2/8/62. Ab. on leave 2/10-17/62. Ab. sick with "phthisis" in Richmond hospital 3/30/62. NFR. Reenl. Co. F, 12th Va. Cav. 5/20/62. Transf. 2nd Md. Cav. date unknown. Captured Winchester 9/19/64. Sent to Point Lookout. Exchanged 2/65. Paroled Richmond 4/10/65. Took oath Richmond 4/15/65. Member, Army & Navy Society, Maryland Line Association. d. 5/5/03 age 64. Bur. Loudon Park Cem., Baltimore.

 

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Died 5/05/1903, aged 64.

 

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John H. Streett  (Confederate)

Enlistment:
- Enlisted as Private

Mustering information:
- Enlisted into A Company, 1st Infantry (Maryland)

Sources for the above information:
- Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records

 

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Died 10/18/1890, aged 54.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

Enlisted 1861, discharged 20 April, 1865.  Seved 4 years.

1890 Veterans Schedule Baltimore City

 

“Alphonse Stroemer, departed from Antwerp, Belgium, arrived New York 13 Dec., 1858 aboard ship Charles Cooper.  Age 22, occupation merchant, belonging to Country Cologne.”

New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957.

 

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A. Stroemer  (Confederate)

Enlistment:
- Enlisted as Private

Mustering information:
- Enlisted into Jackson Light Artillery (Georgia)

Sources for the above information:
- Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records

 

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Died 7/29/1914, aged 78.

 

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Richard B. Stubbs  (Confederate)

Enlistment:
- Enlisted as Corporal

Mustering information:
- Enlisted into G Company, 18th Infantry (Tennessee)

Sources for the above information:
- Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records

 

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Buried 3/02/1865.

 

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Buried 11/20/1864, aged 81. (sic)

 

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 Sunderland_Thomas_SM.jpg

 

Died 1/20/1902, aged 72.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

THOMAS SUNDERLAND, J-12, 1st MD Art.

 

(Source: www.ancestry.com)

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

Thomas Sunderland

Confederate MD

1 Battery MD Art

Rank in/out: Private

M379 Roll 2

 

American Civil War Soldiers

Thomas Sunderland

Confederate MD

Enlisted as a Private

1st Light Art. Reg. MD

 

US Civil War Soldiers Records and Profiles

Thomas Sunderland

Rank: Private

Served: Maryland

Enlisted in MD 1st Light Art. Bty

Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records

 

1900 US Federal Census-MD-Baltimore Independent City-Ward 23-District 301

 

 

Sunderland, Thomas

Dec 1822

77

Married 25yrs

MD MD MD

Watchman

 

Sunderland, Virginia

Apr 1862

38

Married 25yrs  8-3   

MD MD MD

Wife

 

Sunderland, Thomas T

Feb 1883

17

 

MD MD MD

Son

Driver

Sunderland, Harry E

Jul 1886

13

 

MD MD MD

Son

 

Sunderland, Lilly M

Apr 1892

8

 

MD MD MD

Daughter

 

 

                       

(Source: www.genealogybank.com)

The (Baltimore) Sun, 13 January 1902

VETERAN SENT TO BAYVIEW

   Thomas Sunderland, 94 years old, who was arrested on Centre Market space Saturday night while wandering about under the influence of liquor and spent the night in a cell at the Central Police Station, was sent to Bayview Asylum for two months yesterday by Justice Fechtig, at the Central Police Station, upon a charge of vagrancy.  Justice Fechtig said Sunderland is the oldest prisoner who ever appeared before him.

   Lieut. C. M. Cole said he learned that Sunderland had been locked up at the Southern Police Station last Friday for drunkenness and there said he belonged at the Confederate Soldiers’ Home at Pikesville.  Saturday morning he was dismissed and given money to ride back to the Home.  He remained in the city, however, and spent the money.  Lieutenant Cole telephoned to the Home and received the reply that Sunderland was an inmate there, but would often go away.

   He would not tell anything about himself or answer questions asked him by Justice Fechtig.

 

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Swann, James M. Sgt. Co. E. Enlisted Clarksville 5/12/61 as pvt. Age 18 Jeweler. Promoted 2nd cpl 9/61. Apointed 4th Sgt 9/22/62. Appointed 3rd Sgt. 11/62. no record 7-8/63. On clothing listing 11/30/64. Paroled HQ US VI Corps 5/12/65

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Died 4/07/1924, aged 81.

 

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Syndor_A_Judson(SM)

 

Died 7/08/1896, aged 63.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

A. JUDSON SYDNOR, Lot G-01, Co. D., 40 VA Inf.,  Died 8 July 1896 at age 63

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

Confederate  VA

40 VA Inf. Co. B

Rank in/out: Captain

 

American Civil War Soldiers

Confederate VA

Enlisted 22 May 1861 at age 32 Co. B 40 Inf. Reg. VA

Resigned 11 March 1864

 

1850 Federal Census VA  Northumberland Heathsville

Thomas S. Sydnor

 

58

Farmer

VA

Sarah Sydnor

 

47

 

VA

A.J. Sydnor

 

18

 

VA

Elizabeth Sydnor

 

12

 

VA

Richard Sydnor

 

7

 

VA

Arabella Doggett

 

21

 

VA

Novella Blackwell

 

15

 

VA

Fortunatus Sydnor

 

21

 

VA

Mary Sydnor

 

10

 

VA

William Sydnor

 

8

 

VA

 

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A.J. SYDNOR, G-01, Co. D, 40th VA Inf.

 

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The (Baltimore) Sun, 9 July 1896-News Article

                        CAPT. A. J. SYDNOR

   Capt. A. J. Sydnor, of Company B, Fortieth Virginia Regiment, died yesterday at the Soldiers’ Home at Pikesville.  He was about sixty-five years old and had been at the home about three years.

   In Northumberland county, Virginia Captain Sydnor was born.  He was a lawyer and entered the Confederate service, being one of the most gallant officers in the Fortieth Regiment.  He was disabled at the battle of Chancellorsville, in 1863 and during the remainder of the war served in Richmond, doing general court-martial duty.

   After the war he came to Baltimore and practices law, later becoming an officer of the Old Bay Line.  On account of disabilities he was compelled to retire from active life and went to the Home.  He was unmarried.

   His funeral will take place today.  The burial will be in the Confederate lot at Loudon Park.

 

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