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Report: Military Service

         Description: Military Service

honoring our relatives that have served this country. This list is "in progress" and by no means comlete. If you feel we've overlooked someone please contact us using the "Suggest" tab on the top of their page.

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Matches 201 to 250 of 1658   » Comma-delimited CSV file

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# Person ID Last Name, Given Name(s) Birth Date Death Date Military Service: Place Military Service
201 I42815  Avery, John Gifford  4 Apr 1844  21 Nov 1908  Civil War, Union Army   14th Ohio Infantry. 
202 I45467  Avery, John Hart  15 Dec 1841  16 Sep 1923  Civil War, Union Army   Company M, 9th Illinois Calvary. 
203 I38151  Avery, John Marsh  4 Apr 1844  10 Apr 1891  Civil War, Confederate Army   At the age of seventeen, became a member of the staff of General Taylor of the Confederate army. He was exempted from regular service in order to oversee the Salt mining business which was a critical need for the Confederacy.  
204 I39603  Avery, John Plutarch  2 Apr 1842    Civil War, Union Navy   Assistant surgeon of the 11th Indiana, volunteers. 
205 I38913  Avery, John Sands  19 Aug 1782    U.S. Army, War of 1812    
206 I39122  Avery, John Stanton  22 Feb 1794    U.S. Army, War of 1812    
207 I35848  Avery, Jonas  13 Jul 1745  17 Dec 1776    Died in service of disease. 
208 I36114  Avery, Jonathan  10 Sep 1755  14 Jun 1847  Continental Army, American Revolution    
209 I41542  Avery, Joseph  26 Oct 1835    Civil War, Union Army   Company B, 2d Michigan Cavalry 
210 I50601  Avery, Joseph Thomas  18 Jan 1922  22 Apr 2016  U.S. Army, WWII    
211 I43251  Avery, Joshua Edward  27 Sep 1847  28 Jul 1862  Civil War, Union Army   Died in service. 
212 I38365  Avery, Katherine Buckner  17 May 1895  6 Apr 1982    Katherine volunteered to serve overseas as a civilian nurse in support of the war effort. 
213 I40202  Avery, Lafayette  9 May 1822  13 Nov 1884  Civil War, Union Army   Enlisted April 21, 1864, as an assistant surgeon of the 3rd Missouri Cavalry. He was dishonorably discharged due to habitual drunkenness. 
214 I39735  Avery, Latham Burrows  5 Sep 1817  28 Aug 1857  U.S. Navy    
215 I41007  Avery, Leonard B  1845  18 Feb 1865  Civil War, Union Navy   Leonard served as a landsman in the Navy. He died in service at Chelsea Naval Hospital. A pension request was made on behalf of his mother but it was rejected. The government claimed he died of a pre-existing condition and that his mother was not relying on him financially.

Leonard was the only male child old enough to support his mother. A number of people who knew him testified that he was healthy before his service. In spite of his father's land holdings he owed more money that it was worth. The government did not change it's position.  
216 I40641  Avery, Luther  14 Jul 1839  6 Feb 1862  Civil War, Union Army   2nd Iowa Calvary 
217 I42792  Avery, Martin Hendrix  1 Oct 1840    Civil War, Union Army   Company H, 2d Regiment, Ohio Cavalry - August 25, 1861 to September 16, 1864. 
218 I38094  Avery, Marvin Emory  16 Jun 1840    Civil War, Union Army   6th Michigan Calvary. Killed in battle near Richmond, in 1864. 
219 I39574  Avery, Mathew Henry  27 Mar 1836  1 Sep 1881  Civil War, Union Army    
220 I48550  Avery, Melvin Dixon      U.S. Navy    
221 I37985  Avery, Miles  5 Sep 1760    Continental Army, American Revolution    
222 I37985  Avery, Miles  5 Sep 1760    Continental Army, American Revolution    
223 I43198  Avery, Minor Mahlon  31 Aug 1845    Civil War, Union Army   Company I, 15th Illinois Infantry. He was at Raleigh, North Carolina when Johnson surrendered to Sherman. 
224 I41866  Avery, Myron Emory  29 Jun 1845  3 Apr 1865  Civil War, Union Army   Enlisted December 1, 1863. Mustered in December 14, 1863 as Private with Company K 6th Indiana Cavalry. 
225 I36062  Avery, Nathan  31 Mar 1759  16 Jan 1841  Continental Army, American Revolution    
226 I35855  Avery, Nathan  2 May 1744    Continental Army, American Revolution    
227 I38709  Avery, Nathan Sr      Continental Army, American Revolution    
228 I43188  Avery, Nathan Fish Denison  25 Feb 1840    Civil War, Union Army   Company F, 18th Connecticut Infantry 
229 I40642  Avery, Nathan Franklin  5 Jul 1843  21 Feb 1863    26th Connecticut Volunteers. 
230 I35815  Avery, Nathaniel  28 Aug 1751    Continental Army, American Revolution    
231 I38720  Avery, Nathaniel  May 1764    Continental Army, American Revolution    
232 I38677  Avery, Nehemiah      Continental Army, American Revolution    
233 I40809  Avery, Oliver Jr  26 Sep 1836  5 Dec 1923  Civil War, Union Army   Company H, 3rd Regiment New York Volunteers. April 25, 1861 to May 21, 1863. He was in the Battle of Big Bethel. 
234 I41628  Avery, Orin Austin  10 Feb 1837  1 Oct 1911  Civil War, Union Army   In 1857, he enlisted in the 5th U. S. cavalry. In 1861, the regiment was sent to Washington; he served with the Army of the Potomac until 1862, when his term expired. He reenlisted in the 3rd Rhode Island Cavalry as lieutenant. Later he was promoted to captain. He mustered out January 25, 1866.  
235 I45044  Avery, Orrin Jefferson  27 Sep 1841  7 Aug 1912  Civil War, Union Army   He was a private in Company B, 18th Michigan Infantry and a 2nd Lieutenant Company F, 12th Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry. 
236 I40550  Avery, Orrin Williams  6 Apr 1818      lieutenant 20th Connecticut Infantry, Company 2. 
237 I41098  Avery, Oscar  30 Dec 1831    Civil War, Union Army   Company D, 26th Regiment, Indiana Infantry 
238 I35830  Avery, Parke Jr  22 Mar 1741  20 Dec 1821  Continental Army, American Revolution   From the book "History of the Town Of Stonington" 1900, he was "fearfully" wounded at the Fort Griswold massacre. Other sources confirm that he lost an eye. 
239 I43507  Avery, Parmenas  1 Oct 1841    Civil War, Union Army   Company C, 21st Regiment, Connecticut, Infantry 
240 I46326  Avery, Paul Oscar  20 Apr 1921  5 Mar 2003  U.S. Navy, WWII    
241 I35934  Avery, Peter  10 May 1764  17 Oct 1845  Continental Army, American Revolution   Taken prisoner at The Fort Griswold Massacre. 
242 I43195  Avery, Phineas Orlando  30 Aug 1838    Civil War, Union Army   He was in the Battle of Shiloh and others. 
243 I47334  Avery, Preston Stoddard  7 Aug 1889  18 Apr 1957  U.S. Army WWI    
244 I42395  Avery, Ralph Hurlbut  6 Dec 1841    Civil War, Union Army   In 1861 he enlisted in the 6th Regiment Wisconsin Infantry. He re-enlisted
in 49th Rgiment Wisconsin Infantry. 
245 I56645  Avery, Ralph Lee  8 Apr 1945  6 Nov 1967  U.S. Army, Vietnam   2nd Battalion, 12th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division, United States Army. KIA 
246 I40829  Avery, Richard Henry  7 Apr 1845    Civil War, Union Army   116th Regiment, New York Volunteers 
247 I40082  Avery, Richard Rowland  Abt 1824  Apr 1847  U.S. Army, Spanish-American War    
248 I35550  Avery, Richardson Sr  25 Jan 1718  3 Feb 1784  Continental Army, American Revolution    
249 I35570  Avery, Richardson II  25 Dec 1778  6 Jun 1847  U.S. Army, War of 1812    
250 I37979  Avery, Robert  22 Sep 1839  1 Oct 1912  Civil War, Union Army   He was the commander of the 102nd New York Volunteer Infantry. he was severely wounded at the Battle of Chancellorsville and, at the Battle of Lookout Mountain his right leg had to be amputated. 

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