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Co."E",15th N.C. Inf. Reg.,C.S.A. Info ?

Discussion in 'American civil war' started by gunnersixx, Jan 27, 2015.


  1. gunnersixx United States

    gunnersixx Mi Recruit MI.Net Member

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    My G-G-Grandfather,Anthony F.Stanton enlisted in this company in May 1861,Granville,N.C. I have search around but cannot find hardly any information regarding company "E" ....what battles they were in,possible letters or diaries of fellow soldiers,or any photographs of its members,reunion events etc.....Anthony was wounded and had his right arm amputated 2" below the shoulder in a battle in Orangeburg,S.C. in Feb 1865. I would like to find out his where abouts between Feb. 1865 S.C. and July 1870,where is listed as being married to Maggie Malone at the Red River Baptist Church.Thanks
     
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    There is also a Regimental History at: http://www.civilwarindex.com/armync/reghist/15th_nc_infantry_reghist.pdf
    Also some info on his whereabouts during the period you mentioned here: https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=25194400

    I can't find an email address in gunnersixx details otherwise I would email him direct, history shows me that he hasn't been back since he posted this query. Sort of makes it redundant to pose a question and then not return.

    For information of members here, a little history of 1 soldier of the Civil War :)
     
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    @BravoZulu I have sent him a message with the link to this thread. Thanks for taking the time to look for the information mate.
     
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    Many Thanks for the information....I honestly forgot I had posted to this forum....but got an email from the Admin.....so thank you all.....I have found much of the info already and the photos of him too...and have been in contact with cousins from the family....but I appreciate you all helping out....gunnersixx
     
  6. BravoZulu Australia

    BravoZulu Mi Sergeant MI.Net Member

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    It was a pleasure @gunnersixx glad you were able to find out some of the rich the history of your family tree.

    As long as there is someone to remember, they live on...may their memory never fade
     

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