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Private William Boyd Wheless Co. K "the Poplar Springs Grays" 24th NC State Troops, 12th NC Volunteers

Private William Boyd Wheless Co. K "the Poplar Springs Grays" NC State Troops, NC Volunteers, dmw

Sergeant James Carl Powell Co. G "Caswell Rifles" 22nd NC State Troops, 12th NC Volunteers

Sergeant James Powell was in the "Caswell Rifles" Company G of the North Carolina. He had been wounded in the hand in the fighting at Shepardstown in September

Luther L. Penley, a 17 year old farmer, enlisted as a Private in Company B, "The Watauga Marksmen" on 14 September 1861. 37th NC He died of unknown causes at Brook Church, Virginia on 20 July 1862.

Luther L. Penley, a 17 year old farmer, enlisted as a Private in Company B, "The Watauga Marksmen" on 14 September NC He died of unknown causes at Brook Church, Virginia on 20 July

Sgt. John Pickens Barlow Co. A, the Caldwell Rough and Ready Boys, 22nd NC State Troops, 12th NC Volunteer Infantry

John Pickens - Barlow Co. A - the Caldwell Rough and Ready Boys, NC State Troops, NC Volunteer Infantry

The Most Southern Man In The World.

Edmund Ruffin, ardent supporter of states rights and Secession. Ruffin fired the first cannon shot at Ft. Sumter in the early morning hours of April and the Civil War was officially underway.

Normandy june 44 German soldiers glance upwards at allied planes

Troop`s during a lull glance at the sky , as Allied aircraft fly over - Normandy, June 1944

Private Ephraim Kale, Co. I “Catawba Marksmen” 49th NC State Troops, 15 years old when he enlisted in 1862. Source.

Private Ephraim Kale, Co. I “Catawba Marksmen” NC State Troops, 15 years old when he enlisted in Source. - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on s

Private William Thompson Blanton 28th NC State Troops

Private William Thompson Blanton 28th NC State Troops

Solomon Moore, Co. K, 6th NC. The 6th was part of Law's Brigade who were badly scuffed up at the eastern edge of the Miller cornfield. Moore is listed as WMIA on the AOTW website.

North Carolina Confederate wearing his Infantry belt plate. Very rare photo.

Private William Franklin Vogler Co. D the"Forsyth Rifles" 21st NC State Troops, 11th NC Volunteers. Thanks Greg Mast.

Private William Franklin Vogler Co. D the"Forsyth Rifles" NC State Troops, NC Volunteers. Thanks Greg Mast.

Captain David Williams Co. K the "Holly Shelter Volunteers" 3rd NC Infantry. He was killed after being disembowelled by an artillery shell on September 17th, 1862 at the Battle of Sharpsburg, Maryland.  His wife took to bed after she heard the news and died, very sad.  Thanks to Greg Mast for sharing this photo.

Capt David Williams Co. K (the "Holly Shelter Volunteers"), NC Infantry. Williams was disembowelled by a shell, early morning, in the vicinity of the Mumma farm. His wife took to bed after hearing the news and died.

Corporal Levi Y. Lockhart, Co. K the "Orange Cavalry" 19th NC State Troops, 2nd NC Cavalry, thanks to Greg Mast.

Corporal Levi Y. Lockhart, Co. K the "Orange Cavalry" NC State Troops, NC Cavalry, thanks to Greg Mast.

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