Pvt. Frank Tanera – [Plot G-27; Unreadable] ADOPTED

Tanera_Frank(SM)

 

Died 9/08/1895, aged 96.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

The (Baltimore) Sun, 11 Sept 1895

DEATH OF A VETERAN SOLDIER

Mr. Frank Tanera, a member of company H, Forty seven  Virginia Confederate Infantry, died at St. Agnes’s Hospital Sunday and was buried yesterday in the Confederate lot Loudon Park Cemetery.  He was ninety-six years old and had been an inmate of the Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers’ Home from it opening.  Mr. Tanera was said to have been a drummer boy in the French Army at the battle of Waterloo and served the United States army in the war with Mexico.  Rev. Edward Tuohy, rector of St. Joseph’s Passionist Monastery recited prayers at the hospital and the grave.  Messrs. F. ?. Ward, James R. Wheeling and others acted as pall-bearers.

 

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Frank Tanera  (Confederate)

Biographical data and notes:
- Last known address: Baltimore, MD
-
Listed in Maryland Line Con. Soldiers' Home Book. Listed as Marylander in Hartzler. Alive in 1894.

Enlistment:
- Enlisted as Private

Mustering information:
- Enlisted into H Company, 47th Infantry (Virginia)

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

 

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Pvt. William A. Tanier – [Plot A-24; Readable] ADOPTED

 

William_A_Tanier(sm)

Buried 11/18/1864.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 WILLIAM A. TANIER, Lot A-24,  Co. D., 5 AL Inf, buried 18 Nov 1864

 

US Civil War Soldiers  1861-1865

W. A. Tanier

Confederate  AL

5 AL Inf.  Co. D

Rank in/out: Private

Alternate name: William A. Lanier

 

American Civil War Soldiers

William Lanier

Confederate  AL

Enlisted as a Private Co. D., 5 Inf. Reg. AL

 

Civil War Prisoner of War Records

Tanier, WA, Pvt., 5 AL, Co. D, captured at Strasburg Oct. 19, 1864, died at West’s Bldg’s Gen. Hospital, Baltimore Nov. 17, 1864 of a gunshot wound to the chest and buried at Loudon Park.

 

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Col. Algernon S. Taylor – [Plot D-81; Barely Readable] ADOPTED

 

Algernon_S_Taylor

Died 5/26/1899, aged 82.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 ALGERNON S. TAYLOR, Lot D-81,  N/A,  C.S. Marine Corps.

 

American Civil War Soldiers

Algernon Taylor

Confederate  VA

Enlisted: 4 Dec 1861

Commission in Marine Corps Reg. U.S.

Enlisted as a Major

Commission Marine Corps. Reg. Confederate States

 

IGI at familysearch.org

Algernon Sidney Taylor

Born: 17 Feb 1817  Alexandria, Arlington, VA

Died: 26 May 1899

 

US Passport Applications 1795-1925

Lt. A.S. Taylor  present June 1, Lt. A.S. Taylor US Marines

 

1880 US Federal Census, DC, Washington DC, Washington  District 74

Taylor, Algernon S.    69        married           VA VA VA

 

New York Times  18 June 1859

SKERETT-TAYLOR- At Washington City, on Tuesday, June 14, in Trinity Church, by Rev. Joshua Mersell, Lieut. Joseph S. Skerett, U.S. Navy, to Miss Maggie Love, daughter of Captain Algernon Sidney Taylor, of U.S. Marine Corps.

 

The following web sites mention Algernon S. Taylor;

www.myoutbox.net/cajnotes.htm

“Taylor, Algernon S., U.S.Marine Captain on Powhatan”

Logs of the Powhatan are supposedly in the National Archives

 

www.history.navy.mil/library/online/going_south.htm

Bottom of page

Date of resignation tendered: 26 April

Date of Acceptance: 5 May

Birth, Appointment, Citizen: VA

Date of CSN Appointment: 20 June

CSN Rank: Captain

 

www.fairfaxrifles.org/history.html

17th Virginia Infantry

“By April 27, Corse’s command was designated as the Sixth Battalian of Virginia Volunteers under Lt. Col. Algernon S. Taylor.  The native of Alexandria was commissioned in the Provisional Army of Virginia and was the nephew of former President Zachary Taylor.”

 

www.lva.lib.va.us/whatwehave/mil/connavy/keyword_results.asp

Taylor, Algernon S.

Date secured: Oct. 1924

Source: John C. stiles, Lt. Col. (ret) National Guard of GA, Brunswick, GA.

Remarks: Served in the U.S. Navy prior to the Civil War.  Commissioned by C.S. Congress.  Enlisted in VA. Served as Captain in quarter Master Marine Corps in 1861. Was a Major, Marine Corps in 1862.

Ranks held: Captain, c.S. Marine Corps; Major C.S. Marine Corps

 

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The Sun paper, 27 May 1899

TWO OLD SOLDIERS DEAD

Col. A.S. Taylor And Abraham Koons Die Almost Within An Hour Of Each Other

 

Two deaths took place yesterday at the Confederate Soldier’s Home, at Pikesville, almost within an hour of one another.

 

Col. A.S. Taylor died at 5:53 P.M. and Private Abraham Koons died at 7 P.M. Both deaths resulted from old age and general breaking down of the systems.

 

Colonel Taylor was one of the oldest inmates of the home.  He had been confined to the hospital about two months. He was eighty-two years old and had been at the home since October 6, 1891. He was born in Virginia, and entered the civil war in 1861 and served until 18--.  He was colonel of the Second Confederate States Marine Corps., and was afterward colonel in the school of instruction at Culpeper Court House, Va.  Before the war he was lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps and was on the first governmental expedition to Japan.  He was related to Gen. Robert E. Lee and was considered the finest looking man in the Marine Corps.  He was also a veteran of the Mexican war and drew a pension from the United States government.  He leaves one daughter, his wife having died some years ago.

  

Private Koons was seventy years old and had been confined to the hospital about three weeks.  He came from Patapsco, Carroll County, and had been at the home about two years.  He entered the Confederate army in 1861 and served until 1863.  He was a member of the First Maryland Artillery, Army of Northern Virginia and enlisted at Richmond, Va.  He leaves one brother, Eli Koons, of Patapsco, Carroll county; and one sister, a Mrs. Katzenberger.

 

A double funeral service will take place Monday morning at 8:30 o’clock.  Rev. E.T. Lawrence, rector of St. Mark’s Protestant Episcopal Church, Pikesville, will conduct the services.  Burial will be at Loudon Park Cemetery.  The bodies of the old soldiers will be taken from the home to Loudon Park in the trolley funeral car.  This will be the second double funeral from the home in five years.  The pall-bearers will be Lieut. William R. Byus, George W. Barrett, Henry R. Bonn, Rev. S.F. Butts, H. DeWitt Clinton, James L. Castle, J.S. Helbig, James McNulty, James J. Mitchell, Lloyd Nothingham, Nicholas W. Watkins and William H. Wright.

 

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In small print “This entire and/or portions thereof are copyrighted by NewsBank and/or the American Antiquarian Society, 2004.”

 

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The (Baltimore) Sun, 21 Aug 1857

APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS

First Lieutenant Algernon S. Taylor to be captain in the marine corps.

 

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The (Baltimore) Sun, 4 June 1895

Pension to Algernon S. Taylor, Pikesville, Baltimore county.

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The (Baltimore) Sun, 13 June 1891

Col. Algernon S. Taylor has left Westminster, where he has made his home during the past two years and gone to the Soldiers’ Home at Pikesville, where a comfortable room has been prepared for him and where he will reside.

 

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The (Baltimore) Sun, 10 Feb 1849

APPOINTMENTS BY THE PRESIDENT, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate

Algernon Sidney Taylor, First Lieutenant of marines to be captain by brevet from 27th March 1847 for gallant and meritorious conduct at the bombardment and capture of Vera Cruz on the 27th of March last and the capture of Tuspan on the 18th day of April 1847.

 

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Charles Taylor – [Plot C-41; Barely Readable] ADOPTED

 Taylor_Charles_SM.jpg

 

Buried 10/21/1864.

 

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Pvt. George B. P. Taylor – [Plot B-65; Barely Readable] ADOPTED

Taylor_George_B_P_SM.JPG

 

Buried 7/20/1908, aged 68.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

GEORGE B. P. TAYLOR, B-65, Co. A., Hampton’s Legion SC

 

(Source: www.ancestry.com)

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

George B. Taylor

Confederate SC

Inf. Reg., Hampton Legion SC, Co. A

Rank in/out: Private

M381 Roll 31

 

US Civil War Soldiers Records and Profiles

George B. Taylor

Rank: Private

Served: SC

Enlisted in Co. A, S.C. Hampton Legion Inf. Battn

Index to Compiled Confederate Military Records

 

American Civil War Soldiers

George Taylor

Confederate  SC

Enlisted as a Private in Co. A, Hampton Legion Inf. Reg SC

 

(Source: www.genealogybank.com)

 

The (Baltimore) Sun, 22 July 1908-Mortuary Notice

            George B. P. Taylor

   Mr. George B. P. Taylor died at the Confederate Soldiers’ Home, Pikesville, on Monday.  He was born in Charleston, S.C., 79 years ago.  At the beginning of the Civil War he enlisted in the Washington Light Infantry, of Charleston.  This was part of the legion organized, equipped and armed by Lieut.-Gen. Wade Hampton, of South Carolina.

   Mr. Taylor remained in the Hampton Legion until the close of the war.  Shortly after returning to his home in Charleston he came to St. Mary’s county, where he lived an active life.

   During the last three years he taught school at St. Inigoes,  St. Mary’s county.  He was admitted to membership in the Society of the Army and Navy in 1893, when his application was signed and indorsed by General Hampton.

   About a week ago he came to Pikesville, and was awaiting admission at the time of his death.

   The funeral services will be held at St. Charles’ Catholic Church, Pikesville, today, when a requiem mass will be said by Rev. J. E. Chapt**.

 

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Pvt. H. P. Taylor – [Plot D-10; Unreadable] ADOPTED

Taylor_H_P(SM)

 

Buried 10/15/1864.

 

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Pvt. Daniel Teems – [Plot D-08; Unreadable] ADOPTED

Teems_Daniel(SM)

 

Buried 10/30/1864.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

US Civil War Soldiers  1861-1865

Confederate,  GA,  35 GA Inf., Co. G.

Alternate name: D. Teems

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

D. Teems,    Confederate  GA.,  38 GA Inf. Co. G

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

Daniel TEIM,   Confederate,  GA  38 GA Inf

Alternate name: D. Teems

 

Civil War Prisoner of War Records 1861-1865

Selected Records of the War Department Relating to Confederate Prisoners of War 1861-1865

Teems, Daniel   Pvt   Co G  38 GA  Diarrhea chronic  (died) 21 Oct 1864 West Bldg G.H. Balto. MD.

 

Civil War P.O.W. Records  1861-1865   Confederate

Register of Confederates who died in Federal Prison and Military Hospital in the North 1861-1865

Teems, Daniel, Pvt,  38 GA Inf. Co. G, (died) 30 Oct 1864   Loudon Park Cem. Conf. Lot

 

Civil War P.O.  W. Records  1861-1865

Selected Records of the War Department Relating to Confederate Prisoners of War  1861-1865

Teems, Daniel, Pvt, 38 GA Co. G. (captured) Frederick, MD  1863,  10 Nov  (died) 29 Oct 1864

 

1850 Federal Census,  GA Rabun Co.,  GA Militia District 509

Teems,            Daniel

 

Age 39

Farmer

NC

Susan

 

Age 39

 

NC

John

 

Age 17

Farmer

NC

Thos. H.

 

Age 15

Farmer

NC

Absolam

 

Age 13

 

NC

Monerva

 

Age 10

 

NC

Daniel

 

Age 8

 

NC

Israel

 

Age 6

 

NC

Sarah A.

 

Age 4

 

NC

Lodusca

 

Age 2

 

NC

Warren

 

Age 1

 

NC

 

1860 Federal Census,  GA Raburn Co., Tallulah

Teems, Daniel

 

Age 48

Farmer

NC

Lusy

 

Age 48

 

NC

Absalem

 

Age 22

 

NC

Daniel

 

Age 18

 

NC

Israel

 

Age 16

 

NC

Sarah

 

Age 14

 

NC

Luduccka

 

Age 12

 

NC

Joseph

 

Age 7

 

NC

 

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Lt. Charles Edward Terres – [Plot D-72; Barely Readable] ADOPTED

Terres_Charles_E(SM)

 

Born in Philadelphia, PA, February 1836. Raised in Charlotte, NC….In the battles of Reams Station, Malvern Hill, Brandy Station, Wilderness, Five Forks.

 

1) Toomey, Page 83

 

Died 7/12/1911, aged 74.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

Charles E. Terris  (Confederate)

Biographical data and notes:
- Born in Mecklenburg County, NC
- Pre-enlistment occupation: Merchant

Enlistment:
- Residing in Mecklenburg County, NC at time of enlistment
- 27 years of age at time of enlistment
- Enlisted on Jul 7 1862 at Mecklenburg County, NC as Private

Mustering information:
- Enlisted into F Company, 5th Cavalry (North Carolina) on Aug 18 1862

Promotions:
- Promoted to Corpl (Full, Vol) on May 31 1863 (Estimated day of Promo)
- Promoted to 3rd Lieut (Full, Vol) on Aug 17 1864

Listed as:
- On rolls on Aug 30 1864
- Paroled on May 27 1865 at Charlotte, NC

Sources for the above information:
- North Carolina Troops 1861-65, A Roster, (1993)

 

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CHARLES EDWARD TERRES, D-72, Co. F, 5th NC Cav

 

(Source: www.ancestry.com)

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

Charles E. Terris

Confederate NC

5 NC Cav., Co. F

Rank in: Private

Rank out: 2nd Lieutenant

M230 Roll 38

 

American Civil War Soldiers

Charles Terris

Residence: Mecklenburg Co., NC

Occupation: Merchant

Enlistment Date: 7 July 1862 at Mecklenburg Co., NC

Confederate NC

Enlisted as a Private at the age of 27 in Co. F, 5th Cav. Reg. NC on 18 Aug. 1862

Promoted to Full Corporal (Est. day of Promo) 31 May 1863

Promoted to Full 3rd Lieutenant 17 Aug. 1864

 

1870 US Federal Census-MD-Baltimore Independent City-Ward 7

 

Tustin, Rachel

50

 

MD

 

Tustin, Eliza

25

 

MD

 

Terres, Charles

35

Conductor City RR

MD

Married in June

Terres, Marion

24

 

MD

Married in June

Breck, Clara

21

 

MD

 

Breck, Lille May

5

 

MD

 

Breck, Clara

1

 

MD

 

Duff, Thomas

12

 

MD

 

 

 

 

 

 

1880 US Federal Census-MD-Baltimore-Baltimore-District 60

 

 

Teres, Charles

48

Insurance Agent

PA PA PA

 

Teres, Marion

38

 

MD MD MD

Wife

Teres, Samuel

3

 

MD PA MD

Son

Duff, Thomas

22

Produce Dealer

MD IRE MD

Nephew

 

 

 

 

 

1900 US Federal Census-MD-Baltimore Independent City- Ward 14-District 177

 

Terres, Chas. E.

Oct 1835

64  married 30yrs

PA PA PA

Carpenter

Terres, Mary W.

Jan 1846

56  married 30yrs  3-1

MD MD MD

Wife

 

 

 

 

 

1910 US Federal Census-MD-Baltimore-Election District 3-District 12

 

Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers’ Home

 

 

Terres, Charles E.

74

 

PA PA PA

 

 

 

 

(Source: www.familysearch.org)

IGI

Charles E. Terris

Born: 1835, Mecklenburg, NC

Batch #: 8920901

Sheet #: 48

Source Call #: 1553566

 

                       

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The (Baltimore) Sun, 13 July 1911-Mortuary Notice

            Confederate Veteran Dead

   Mr. Charles Edward Terres died yesterday at the Confederate Soldiers’ Home, Pikesville.  He was born at Charlotte, N.C.  and enlisted in Company F., Fifth North Carolina Cavalry.

   Mr. Terres was made lieutenant of his company in 1863, and was in the battles of Reams Station, Malvern Hill, Brandy Station, Wilderness and Five Forks.  He was discharged at Danville on April 14, 1865 by Gen. John C. Breckenridge.  The funeral will take place at 3 o’clock this afternoon.

 

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Pvt. John H. Thomas – [Plot C-18; Fairly Readable] ADOPTED

 

Pvt., Co. H (2nd), 1st Md. Inf. b. Baltimore 9/21/41. Att. U. of Va. 1859-60. Res. of Prince George's Co., Md. Enl. Richmond 6/20/61. Present 9-12/61. Discharged 6/18/62. Paid 6/27/62. Served three years on Gen. Longstreet's staff. Reenl. Co. G, 43rd Va. Cav. date unknown. Paroled Edwards Ferry, Md. 5/1/65. Res. of Lower Marlboro, Md. 1900. Merchant, Baltimore. d. 1/9/24. Bur. Loudon Park Cem.

 

23) Driver, Page 527

 

Died 1/09/1924.

 

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Pvt. E. Jeff Thompson – [Plot C-95; Unreadable] ADOPTED

Thompson_E_Jeff(SM)

 

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Buried 8/29/1864, aged 32.

 

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Pvt. John William Thompson – [Plot H-14; Unreadable] ADOPTED

 

John_Wm_Thompson(sm)

Pvt., Co. C (3rd), 1st Md. Inf. & Co. G, 2nd Md. Inf. b. St. Mary's Co., Md. 1831. Res. of Leonardtown, Md. Enl. Zarvona's Maryland Zouaves, Co. B, 21st Va. Inf. Tappahannock 7/15/61. Disbanded 6/14/62. Reenl. Co. C, 1st Md. Inf. date unknown. Discharged 10/6/62 for "typhoid fever, haeonorrage from the bowels and lungs." Age 32, 5'8", light complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, Farmer. Reenl. Co. G, 2nd Md. Inf. Richmond 11/5/62. WIA (side) Gettysburg 7/2-3/63. Present 2/29-3/31/64, 9-10/64 and 1-2/65. Captured Amelia C.H. 4/5/65. Sent to Point Lookout. Released 6/21/65. 5'7", light complexion, brown hair, gray eyes. Member, Army & Navy Society, Maryland Line Association. Entered Old Soldiers' Home, Pikesville, Md. from St. Mary's Co. 6/29/88 age 57, Laborer. d. there 2/24/03 age 73. Bur. Loudon Park Cem., Baltimore.

 

23) Driver, Page 528

 

Died 2/24/1904, aged 73.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

JOHN WILLIAM THOMPSON, H-14, Co. G, 2nd MD Inf.

 

(Source: www.ancestry.com)

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

John W. Thompson

Confederate MD

 2 Battn MD Inf. Co. G

Rank in/out: Private

M379 Roll 2

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

John Thompson

Confederate MD

(Zarvona Zouaves) MD (Capt. Walter’s Co.)

Rank in/out: Private

M379 Roll 2

 

American Civil War Soldiers

John Thompson

Confederate MD

Enlisted as a Private in Co. G, 2nd Inf. Reg. MD

 

(Source: www.genealogybank.com)

 

The (Baltimore) Sun, 26 February 1904

                        John William Thompson

   John William Thompson, a member of the Confederate Soldiers’ Home at Pikesville, died at the Maryland General Hospital Tuesday.  He was born in St. Mary’s county, Maryland; enlisted June 12, 1861 as a private in Company H, First Maryland Infantry Zouaves, at Tappahannock, Va., and re-enlisted October, 186*, in Company G, Second Maryland Infantry.  He was taken prisoner at Amelia Courthouse, Va., April 7, 1863(5), and sent to Point Lookout, where he remained until  July 11, 1863(5).  He participated in a number of engagements.  He was admitted to the home from St. Mary’s county, June 29, 1898.  At the time of his death he was 73 years old.  Funeral services were held in the parlors of Matthew Cadogan, funeral director, Mulberry and Myrtle avenue, yesterday and interment took place at Loudon Park Cemetery.

 

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Thomas H. Thompson – [Plot B-32; Unreadable] ADOPTED

Thompson_Thomas_H(sm)

 

Died 7/30/1915, aged 79.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

T. M. Thompson  (Confederate)

Enlistment:
- Enlisted as Private

Mustering information:
- Enlisted into 2nd Light Artillery (Maryland)

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

 

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Chief Engineer Winfield S. Thompson – [Plot F-27; Readable] (Private Burial) ADOPTED

Thompson_W_S(sm)

 

Died 9/26/1890, aged 52.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

The Sun Paper, 29 Sept. 1890

Mr. Winfield Scott Thompson, who during the Civil War was a chief engineer of the Confederate navy, was buried Saturday in the Confederate lot in Loudon Park Cemetery.  The services were held in at. Timothy’s Church, Catonsville.  Rev. Thomas W. Punnett, the rector, officiated.  The pallbearers were C. Manigault Morris, H.A. Ramsay, Charles H. Latrobe, D. Giraud Wright, H. McPherson Dall and William H. Wilson.   Bradley T. Johnson, Joseph Brent, James K. Harwood, R. Carter Smith, J.S. Murray, W. Stewart Symington, Dr. R. H. Powell, William H. Gill, Dr. Charles G.W. Macgill, Winfield Peters and Thomas R. Mackell represented the Society of the Army and Navy of the Confederate States.

 

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John B. Tilly – [Plot C-60; Barely Readable] ADOPTED

Tilly_John_B_SM.jpg

 

Buried 6/20/1863.

 

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William E. Timmons – [Plot E-52; Unreadable] ADOPTED

Timmons_William_E(SM)

 

Reburied 6/09/1874 from Virginia.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

William E. Timmons  (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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Pvt. Maximillian Alaway Kepler Tippett – [Plot B-89; Unreadable] ADOPTED

 

Maximillian_Tippett

Pvt., Co. H, 1st Md. Inf. b. St. Mary's Co., Md. 12/11/35. Farmer, St. Mary's Co. 1860 census. On postwar roster. Reenl. Co. B, 1st Md. Cav. Charlottesville 9/10/62. Present until captured Moorefield 8/7/64. Sent to Wheeling. 5', 9", fair complexion, brown eyes, dark hair. Transf. Camp Chase and Pt. Lookout. Exchanged 3/27/65. Paroled Mechanicsville, Va. 4/28/65. Farmer, St. Clements Bay, St. Mary's Co., postwar. Member, Army & Navy Society, Maryland Line Association. Entered Old Soldiers' Home, Pikesville, Md. 7/3/94. d. there 5/30/07. Bur. Loudon Park Cem., Baltimore.

 

23) Driver, Page 529

 

Was born in St. Mary’s County, MD, December 11, 1835….Was captured at Cedar Creek in September 1863. Was carried to Camp Chase, OH, Where I was paroled and sent to Richmond just one week before the surrender at Appomattox.

 

1) Toomey, Page 83

 

Died 5/30/1907, aged 71.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 

 MAXIMULLIAN ALAWAY KEPLER TIPPETT, Lot B-89, Co. B, 1 MD Cav.

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

M.A.K. Tippett

Confederate MD

1 MD Cav., Co. B

Rank in/out: Private

 

American Civil War Soldiers

M. Tippett

Confederate  MD

Co. B., 1 Battn Cav. Reg., MD

 

1850 US Federal Census, MD, St. Mary’s, District 4

Susan Tippett

 

51

Montgomery Co.

John W. Tippett

 

18

St. Mary’s Co.

Keplen Tippett

 

17

St. Mary’s Co.

 

1860 US Federal Census, MD, St. Mary’s, District 3

Zachariah Tippett

 

60

Farmer

M.A.R.K. Tippett

 

26

Farmer

Catharine Tippett

 

26

 

Geogianna Tippett

 

4

 

Susan  Tippett

 

2

 

Infnt No Name Tippett

 

3/12

 

 

1870 US Federal Census, MD, St. Mary’s, District 4

Higgs, Lidia A.

 

63

MD

 

Tippett, Catherine

 

30

MD

 

Tippett, George A

 

13

MD

 

Tippett, Mary A

 

8

MD

 

Tippett, Catharine

 

4

MD

 

Tippett, Cepley

 

37

MD

Farm Laborer

Tippett, Nettie

 

1

MD

 

 

1880 US Federal Census, MD, St. Mary’s, Chaptico, District 139

Kepplier Tippett

 

44

widower

Laborer

Md Md Md

Geoanna Tippett

 

21

 

 

Md Md Md

Mary S. Tippett

 

15

 

 

Md Md Md

Catherine Tippett

 

13

 

 

Md Md Md

 

1900 US Federal Census, MD, St. Mary’s, Milestown, District 115

Hall, William

 

Aug 1862

37

 

M15yrs

MD MD MD

Carpenter

Hall, Mary S.

 

Oct 1862

37

 

M15yrs

MD MD MD

 

Hall, Joseph

 

May 1886

14

 

 

MD MD MD

 

Hall, Edith M

 

Dec 1888

11

 

 

MD MD MD

 

Hall, William

 

Jan 1890

10

 

 

MD MD MD

 

Hall, Ethel

 

Jan 1895

5

 

 

MD MD MD

 

Hall, James

 

Jan 1898

2

 

 

MD MD MD

 

Tippett, M.A.K.

 

Dec 1836

65

widow

 

MD MD MD

Father

Tippett, Kate

 

Aug 1866

33

 

 

MD MD MD

Sister

 

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Hosp. Stwrd. Joseph Todd – [Plot F-14; Fairly Readable] ADOPTED

Todd_Joseph(SM).jpg

 

Died 11/29/1892.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

JOSEPH TODD, Lot F-14, Hospital Steward

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

Confederate  Confederate Troops

General and Staff Officers, Corps, Division and Brigade Staffs, Non-Com, Staffs and Bands, Enlisted Men, Staff Departments C.S.A.

Rank in/out: Hospital Steward

 

American Civil War Soldiers

Confederate   Confederate States

Enlisted as a Hospital Steward

Co. S, General and Staff Reg., Confederate States

 

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Pvt. George W. Tolby – [Plot F-17; Barely Readable] ADOPTEDTolby_George_W_sm

 

Died 6/13/1893.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

GEORGE W. TOLBY, F-17, Co. A, 1st MD Cav

 

(Source:  www.ancestry.com)

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

George Talby

Confederate MD

1 MD Cav., Co. A

Rank in/out: Private

M379 Roll 2

 

American Civil War Soldiers

George Talby

Confederate MD

Enlisted as a Private in Co. A, 1st Battn Cav. Reg. MD

 

US Civil War Soldiers Records and Profiles

George Talby

Rank: Private

Served: Maryland

Enlisted in Co. A, MD 1st Cav. Battn

Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records

 

(Source:  www.genealogybank.com)

 

The (Baltimore) Sun, 15 June 1893

            Another Confederate Veteran Gone

Mr. George W. Tolby, of Harford county, an inmate of the confederate Soldiers’ Home, died yesterday, aged fifty years.  In the war he was a member of Company A, First Maryland Cavalry, Capt. Frank A. Bond.  He was a good soldier and served throughout the war.  He will be buried on Confederate lot at Loudon Park this afternoon.

 

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Sgt. James M. Tomlinson – [Plot C-50; Barely Readable] ADOPTED

Tomlinson_James_SM.jpg

 

Buried 5/17/1862.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 JAMES TOMLINSON, Lot C-50, 5th NC Inf., Co. C

 

American Civil War Soldiers

Residence: Johnston Co., NC

Occupation: Farmer

Enlisted 30 May 1861 at Northampton Co., NC

Confederate NC

Enlisted as Corporal at age 22.  Promoted to Full Sergeant 1 Nov 1861.

Died of wounds as Prisoner of War 16 May 1862 at Baltimore

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

James M. Tomlinson

Confederate  NC

5 NC Inf., Co. C

Rank in: Sergeant

Rank out: Corporal

 

 

POW Records

Tomlinson, James M.   Sgt  Co. C  5 NC Inf. Died May 17, 1862

 

1850 Federal Census  NC Johnston  District 5

Burnice H. Tomlinson

 

42

Farmer

NC

Elizabeth Tomlinson

 

39

 

NC

John Tomlinson

 

13

 

NC

James Tomlinson

 

11

 

NC

Phiribeh Tomlinson

 

9

 

NC

Elizabeth Tomlinson

 

7

 

NC

Columbus Tomlinson

 

2

 

NC

 

1860 Federal Census TX Montgomery

J. Tomlinson

 

22

Farmer

NC

T. Tomlinson

 

17

 

NC

J. Tomlinson

 

19

 

NC

 

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James M. Tomlinson  (Confederate)

Biographical data and notes:
- Born in Johnston County, NC
- Pre-enlistment occupation: Farmer

Enlistment:
- Residing in Johnston County, NC at time of enlistment
- 22 years of age at time of enlistment
- Enlisted on May 30 1861 at Northampton County, NC as Corporal

Mustering information:
- Enlisted into C Company, 5th Infantry (North Carolina) on May 30 1861
- Died of wounds as POW while serving in 5th Infantry (North Carolina) on May 16 1862 at Baltimore, MD

Promotions:
- Promoted to Sergt (Full, Vol) on Nov 1 1861

Listed as:
- POW on May 5 1862 at Williamsburg, VA
- Wounded on May 5 1862 at Williamsburg, VA

Sources for the above information:
- North Carolina Troops 1861-65, A Roster, (1993)

 

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Pvt. J. M. Tyus – [Plot D-18; Barely Readable] ADOPTED

 

Joseph_M_Tyus(sm)

Buried 10/26/1864.

 

6) Records of Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

 

 J.M. TYES, Lot D-18, Co. G., 6 AL Inf.

 

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865

J.M. Tyes

Confederate  AL

6 AL Inf., Co G.

Alternate name: Joseph M. Tyus

 

American Civil War Soldiers

Joseph Tyus

Confederate  AL

Enlisted as a Private in Co. G., 6 Inf. Reg., AL

 

Civil War Prisoner of War records

Tyes, JM, Pvt. Co.G, 6 AL, captured Winchester  Sept. 19, 1864. Died Oct 25, 1864 while ‘enrout’ from Elmira for exchange

 

Tyes, JM, Pvt. Co. G., 6 AL , diarrhea chronic, died Oct. 25, 1864, West’s Bldg. G. H.

 

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