Discharge papers of George Smith, Co. A
--contributed by David Smith
Sheetmusic "March of the Roundheads" by John M. Bigger, published 1868.
--contributed by: Michael Kraus, Used with Permission
Artifacts of the Soldiers of the 100th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry
NEW! Lt. William Smiley, Co. C Artifacts including, sword, GAR cap, flag pole, drum sticks, family bible, prayer book, 2nd Lt. promotion certificate, personal trunk, and copies of discharge papers; images contributed courtesy of Gary Lang and Patrick Kirkwood, descendants, Lang and Kirkwood Family Collections, All Rights Reserved; also links to biographical profile, grave information and other images as noted
Captain James L. McFeeters, Co. M collection, Soldiers and Sailors Memorial and Museum, Pittsburgh, PA; new artifacts page created on this distinguished Roundhead captain of Co. M. Photographs by Paul Neeson and Michael Kraus, respectively; war time image of McFeeters courtesy of Nancy Korb, descendant; additional information regarding exhibit of McFeeters artifacts at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial and museum per Michael Kraus, curator of museum.
Pvt. Ebenezer Burton (E.B.) McElroy, Co. A Collection of Artifacts and other Information, Contributed by great great granddaughter Maggie McClellan or researched by the websmith, David L. Welch, as noted. E.B. McElroy had one of the more impressive post-war careers of a Roundhead, becoming the State Superintendent of Public Schools for the State of Oregon as well as the Oregon Department Commander of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR). The photographs and articles in this collection are fascinating to say the least!
Sgt. Frank Grant (William F. Grant in Bates Roster), Co. D, letter and transcription of letter to his father from June 22, 1862 from Port Royal, S.C. reporting on action at Battle of Secessionville. "The Rebels shot horseshoes, chains and glass bottles out of their cannon!". Also includes telegram from US government to Frank's father Thomas reporting his death and burial on the battlefield, September 8, 1862. Artifacts for sale by Museum Quality Americana for $950. Collection discovered by Tammy McConahy.
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