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# Person ID Last Name, Given Name(s) Birth Date Military Service: Date Death Date Military Service
1 I20436  ABANATHY, Carl Edgar  22 JUL 1910  17 JUL 1942  10 DEC 1943  WWII: US Army
Medical Corps
300th Medical Hospital
Army service number: 38 209 034

Although the Application for Headstone indicated he was KIA, an additional notation stipulated NB - non battle.

The 300th General Hospital was activated on 15 July 1942, at Camp Forrest, near Tullahoma, Tennessee. It was comprised of 56 commissioned officers, 1 warrant officer, 105 nurses and 500 enlisted men. The enlisted men received two weeks of basic training in topics such as individual defense and protection, dismounted drill, interior guard duty, military courtesy and discipline, equipment, clothing, tent pitching, etc., before they were assigned to specialist schools. In February 1942 an additional thirteen weeks of training was directed. On July 22, 1943 the organization was alerted for overseas movement and on 11 August the personnel were transported from Camp Forrest on 2??½-ton trucks to the Tullahoma railroad station. The train carrying the enlisted personnel arrived at Camp Shanks, Orangeburg, New York on August 13, 1943. Following final preparations for overseas movement, the unit moved to New York Harbor and embarked for North Africa on August 21, 1943 aboard U.S. Army Transport Thomas H. Barry, formerly the passenger liner Oriente. Despite an attack by German U-boats on 02 September, the transport arrived at Bizerte Harbor, Tunisia in the early morning of 04 September 1943 and debarked in the afternoon. Once on land the personnel were transported again via 2??½-ton vehicles to a site between Ferryville and Mateur, Tunisia. There the staff found rows of pyramidal tents with folding cots already in place - while the enlisted men set about erecting pup tents. The site was in a wheat field surrounded by barren land without trees, bushes, or grass; it quickly became known as the Camel Pasture. While temperatures were bearable during the day, nights were unpleasantly cold. On 22 October 1943, the 300th General Hospital was reassigned to the Fifth United States Army which was engaged in the second phase of the Allied campaign in Italy â?????? the capture of Sicily had been the first phase. On 10 November, following the successful landings at Salerno by combat troops, the hospital personnel boarded the US Army hospital ship Shamrock in Bizerte Harbor and anchored off Naples the following morning. The hospital went ashore on 16 November 1943 and remained there until 31 March 1946. (RJCarr: Summarized from the unit history ( 
2 I20440  ABANATHY, John Brown  10 JAN 1925  Abt 1942  23 FEB 2001  WWII: US Army
42nd Infantry 
3 I20448  ABANATHY, Thomas Earl  05 FEB 1927  04 JUN 1945  17 JAN 2004  WWII: US Army 
4 I20616  ABBE, Rufus Lee  24 MAY 1923  1942  30 JUN 1944  WWII: USMC
2nd Division
Private First Class, machine gunner 
5 I10159  ABELS, William Henry  05 JUL 1924  05 MAY 1943  11 APR 2001  WWII: US Army
6 I14106  ACKIS, James Septimus  1844  Abt 1862  03 NOV 1897  CSA:
Capt Fickling's Company, Brooks Light Artillery, South Carolina Artillery (later designated as Rhetts Battery, Alexander's Battalion) 
7 I14114  ACKIS, Richard W.  Abt 1833  1861  JUL 1863  CSA:
2nd South Carolina Infantry
KIA at Gettysburg

Name: Richard W Ackis
Birth Date: abt 1833
Age: 28
Enlistment Date: 1861
Military Unit: First Regiment Rifles, Militia (Branch's Rifle Regiment) , Second Infantry (Second Palmetto Regiment) A-B
Name: Richard W. Ackis
Side: Confederate
Regiment State/Origin: South Carolina
Regiment Name: 2 South Carolina Infantry
Regiment Name Expanded: 2nd Regiment, South Carolina Infantry (2nd Palmetto Regiment)
Company: K
Rank In: Musician
Rank In Expanded: Musician
Rank Out: Private
Rank Out Expanded: Private
Film Number: M381 roll 1 
8 I21196  ACREY, Robert Curtis  02 JUN 1890  1942  16 JUN 1942  WWII: US Navy
9 I14291  AIRHEART, Andrew Jackson Jr.  07 APR 1924  08 JAN 1943  11 AUG 2014  WWII: US Army
10 I14304  AIRHEART, George Philip  05 DEC 1837  4 JUN 1861  20 OCT 1902  CSA:
Company E, Virginia 42nd Infantry Regiment 
11 I18404  ALDERMAN, Ansel  1845  Abt 1842  1907  CSA: Company E ("Bulloch Troop"), 5th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Cavalry (Bulloch & Emanuel Counties); Private 
12 I18406  ALDERMAN, Chesley  13 APR 1840  10 JUN 1861  19 JUL 1863  CSA:
Company I (Toombs Guard), 9th Georgia Infantry Regiment

Name: Chestley Alderman
Residence: Georgia
Enlistment Date: 10 Jun 1861
Rank at enlistment: Private
State Served: Georgia
Survived the War?: No
Service Record: Enlisted in Company I, Georgia 9th Infantry Regiment on 10 Jun 1861.Mustered out on 19 Jul 1863 at Gettysburg, PA.
Sources: Roster of Confederate Soldiers of Georgia 1861-1865 The Medical and Surgical History of the Civil War

Name: Chestley Alderman
Residence: Bulloch County, Georgia
Enlistment Date: 10 Jun 1861
Side Served: Confederacy
State Served: Georgia
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 10 June 1861.
Enlisted in Company I, 9th Infantry Regiment Georgia on 10 Jun 1861.
Died wounds POW Company I, 9th Infantry Regiment Georgia on 19 Jul 1863 at Gettysburg, PA.
Sources: 6,60 
13 I18446  ALDERMAN, David  1749  Abt 1776  23 OCT 1831  Revolutionary War
North Carolina Militia 
14 I19842  ALEXANDER, Warren Russell  30 AUG 1920  Abt 1952  20 JUL 1973  Korea: USAF, Staff Sergeant 
15 I27813  ALLEX, Melvin V.  13 JAN 1911  1942  28 MAR 2001  WWII:
US Navy
Seaman First Class (SF1) 
16 I13980  ALMAND, James S.  1844  15 NOV 1863  1903  CSA:
Captain A.E. Andrews' Company (C), Augusta Arsenal Battalion
15 Nov 1863 - Enlisted
20 Jan 1864: Absent, sick
May-Oct 1864: AWOL
Oct 1864: Deserted 
17 I13979  ALMAND, John D.  1840  24 APR 1861  06 JAN 1865  CSA:
Company D, 3rd Georgia Infantry Regiment
25 Jun 1862: Wounded at Richmond, VA
06 Feb 1865: KIA at Hatcher's Run, VA

Name: John D Almand
Residence: Georgia
Enlistment Date: 24 Apr 1861
Rank at enlistment: Private
State Served: Georgia
Survived the War?: No
Service Record: Enlisted in Company D, Georgia 3rd Infantry Regiment on 24 Apr 1861. Mustered out on 06 Feb 1865 at Hatcher's Run, VA.
Sources: Roster of Confederate Soldiers of Georgia 1861-1865 
18 I13976  ALMAND, Reuben C.  1808  6 AUG 1864  25 DEC 1871  CSA:
Home Guard/Police 
19 I13982  ALMAND, Reuben Lindsey  1848  Abt 1862  1924  CSA 
20 I13978  ALMAND, William Asgail  27 MAY 1837  4 MAR 1862  7 NOV 1896  CSA: Company I, 44th Georgia Infantry, Corporal
21 I13981  ALMOND, George M.  14 FEB 1845  Abt 1862  13 SEP 1902  CSA:
Company D, 3rd Battalion, Georgia Sharpshooters

Name: G. M. Almand (note alternate name below)
Side: Confederate
Regiment State/Origin: Georgia
Regiment Name: 3 Batt'n. Georgia Sharp Shooters
Regiment Name Expanded: 3rd Battalion, Georgia Sharpshooters
Company: D
Rank In: Private
Rank In Expanded: Private
Rank Out: Private
Rank Out Expanded: Private
Alternate Name: James M./Almond
Film Number: M226 roll 2

Note about the Georgia Sharpshooters: "In July 1863, the Army of Northern Virginia possessed only two sharpshooter units in the truest sense of the word, the 3rd Battalion Georgia Sharpshooters and Blackford?s Alabama Sharpshooters." ... "Several other Confederate divisions had sharpshooter battalions at Gettysburg (at least they did on paper) and these included several brigades in the (Stonewall) Division. However, only one brigade in the Army of Northern Virginia had a consistently segregated sharpshooter battalion, Colonel William T. Wofford's brigade in the Confederate 1st Corps. In April 1863, Wofford directed each of his five regiments to commit fifty men to the battalion. All of them did so, and one regiment, the 16th Georgia, provided 100 men. Wofford, it seems, encountered some resistance to his directive, as one of his soldiers commented,
"It is mean to take men from the company of their choice against their wishes and put them in a company whose officers they do not like. The feeling against it in the Brigade is bitter, and if 58 Wofford organizes the battalion he will do it in the face of universal opposition."
Wofford persisted, completing this organization on June 9, when he announced, "All these officers [commanding the six companies] without exception are young healthy and athletic, and from the best evidence that I could procure are moral intelligent gentlemen. In point of courage, intelligence, and morality I feel justified in saying that they are equal if not superior to the officers of any regiment or battalion in this brigade." This unit became known as the 3rd Battalion Georgia Sharpshooters, and Gettysburg would be its first battle." ['Sharpshooters Made a Grand Record This Day' by Timothy Orr] 
22 I24881  AMSDEN, Sherman Culver  21 SEP 1889  01 JUL 1918  10 NOV 1958  WWI: US Army
Discharged 12 Dec 1918 
23 I24881  AMSDEN, Sherman Culver  21 SEP 1889  29 AUG 1942  10 NOV 1958  WWII: US Army
Headquarters, 5th Air Force
Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Ribbon
WWII Victory Medal
Honorably discharged on 20 APR 1944 (age: 55)

WIKI: During World War II, Fifth Air Force units first engaged the Japanese during the Philippines Campaign (1941–1942), then afterward withdrawing to Australia after the Japanese conquest of the islands. Rearmed, it engaged the Japanese in New Guinea, the Dutch East Indies and then as part of the liberating forces in the Philippines Campaign (1944–45). 
24 I21517  ANDERSON, Batcheller  1823  1861  1863  CSA
Company D, 4th South Carolina Cavalry 
25 I16143  ARCHER, Owen Orlando  2 DEC 1910  03 MAR 1942  FEB 1976   
26 I13304  ARNALL, James Miles  26 OCT 1837  25 OCT 1861  02 APR 1906  CSA:
Company D, 53rd Georgia Infantry Regiment.

Enlisted in on 25 Oct 1861.
Mustered out on 25 Apr 1862.
Re-enlisted in Company D, Georgia 53rd Infantry Regiment on 12 May 1862.
Promoted to Full 1st Sergeant on 06 May 1862. (Oddly, the promotion to "Full 1st sergeant" occurred between his mustering out on 25 April, 1862 and his second enlistment on 12 May, 1862.) 
27 I13294  ARNALL, John Gholston  26 DEC 1811  1862  08 DEC 1873  CSA:
7th Georgia Infantry Regiment

Name: John G. Arnall
Side: Confederate
Regiment State/Origin: Georgia
Regiment Name: 7 Georgia Infantry
Regiment Name Expanded: 7th Regiment, Georgia Infantry
Company: A
Rank In: Private
Rank In Expanded: Private
Rank Out: Private
Rank Out Expanded: Private
Alternate Name: John G./Arnold
Film Number: M226 roll 2 
28 I8544  ARTHUR, James Burtis  02 JUN 1909  1942  17 OCT 1987  WWII: US Army 
29 I9013  ATKINSON, Noel Kaiser  19 OCT 1916    28 FEB 2011  WWII: US Army
Korea: US Army
30 I13100  AUSTIN, John Nathaniel  15 MAR 1847  1 JAN 1864  22 MAY 1928  CSA:
Battery A, 12th Georgia Artillery

Find-a-Grave: The following information was obtained from records of Co. A, 12th Battalion, Georgia Light Artillery and from other public records:

He was wounded at Monocacy, MD 7/9/1864, and again at Hatcher's Run 2/5/1865. He was admitted to a hospital from 2/7/1865 to 3/21/1865. He surrendered 4/9/1865 at Appomattox, with Gen. R. E. Lee.
(bio by: JRLines)  
31 I18356  AUTWELL, Ben Swain  MAY 1922  31 MAR 1942  19 MAY 2003  WWII: US Army
32 I12810  AUTWELL, Charles Ray  30 APR 1929  3 JUN 1946  26 JUL 1973  US Navy

Charles Autwell
Name: Charles Autwell
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 30 Apr 1929
Death Date: 26 Jul 1973
SSN: 458340638
Branch 1: NAVY
Enlistment Date 1: 3 Jun 1946
Release Date 1: 22 Mar 1950 
33 I12812  AUTWELL, Newton L.  1894  26 JUL 1912    US Army:
Discharged 30 October, 1912 at Fort McDowell, CA for disability. His regimental assignment is illegible. 
34 I18357  AUTWELL, William Albert Jr.  28 JUL 1920  10 JUN 1944  4 DEC 1994  WWII: US Army
Private First Class

Name: William A Jr Autwell
Birth Date: 28 Jul 1920
Death Date: 4 Dec 1994
Service Start Date: 10 Jun 1944
Interment Date: 7 Dec 1994
Cemetery: Houston National Cemetery
Cemetery Address: 10410 Veterans Memorial Drive Houston, TX 77038
Buried At: Section G2 Site 1393 
35 I25332  BAGGS, William David  28 JUL 1838  14 AUG 1861  03 JUL 1902  CSA
Company I, 25th Georgia Infantry
Discharged 26 APR 1865 
36 I18569  BAILEY, Henry H.  APR 1846  Abt 1862  9 MAY 1927  CSA:
Company D, 57th Georgia Infantry 
37 I12831  BAKER, Alvin Hubert  6 OCT 1921  10 APR 1943  11 FEB 1961  WWII: USMC
Staff Sergeant 
38 I1448  BALINSKI, Thaddius  26 JUL 1926  26 JAN 1945  01 DEC 2014  WWII: US Army

Name: Thaddeus A Balinski
Birth Year: 1926
Race: White, citizen (White)
Nativity State or Country: New Jersey
State of Residence: New Jersey
County or City: Middlesex
Enlistment Date: 26 Jan 1945
Enlistment State: New Jersey
Enlistment City: Newark
Branch: No branch assignment
Branch Code: No branch assignment
Grade: Private
Grade Code: Private
Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
Source: Civil Life
Education: 2 years of college
Marital Status: Single, without dependents
Height: 00
Weight: 000 
39 I12673  BANDY, Roscoe B.  16 DEC 1923  01 JUL 1943  20 MAY 1995  WWII: US Army
Private First Class 
40 I12661  BARBER, Malcom Lorenzo  23 MAR 1838  15 JUN 1861  29 NOV 1906  CSA:
Captain M.L. Barber, Confederate veteran, was born in South Carolina in 1838. He was 23 years old when he joined Company C of the 14th Alabama Infantry. He was 5-10, had dark eyes and hair and a fair complexion. During his service he was promoted to the rank of Captain, and he probably earned it, considering how many times he was wounded in battle. M.L. Barber was mustered into service June 15, 1861. The first time he appears on a hospital roll was March of 1862 but it appears he returned to service that same month. In July of 1862 he was admitted to Chimborazo Hospital in Richmond, Virginia for treatment of gun shot wounds received in engagements around Richmond. His first promotion came September 9, 1862 to Second Lieutenant. He is then present with his company in November of 1862. During the time period of the Battle of Chancellorsville, in April of 1863, Barber, once again, returned to the hospital. He was back with his company in June of 1863. A few months later, he was in the hospital again and was furloughed because of wounds received, beginning September 17, 1863. His leave was extended several times, but he did eventually return to duty because he was shot in the right leg on or about April 13, 1864. At some point, it is uncertain of the exact date, he was promoted to Captain. Barber retired from that position August 19, 1864. He was captured in May of 1865 and paroled at Tallahassee, Florida May 10, 1865.
Captain M.L. Barber died November 29, 1906.
Courtesy of BEV on F-a-G 
41 I11766  BARBER, Nathaniel Carmichael  22 MAY 1800  1861  6 MAY 1875  CSA:
Company B, South Carolina 7th Infantry Battalion
42 I11768  BARBER, Nathaniel James  04 JUL 1845  Abt 1862  1 DEC 1923  CSA:
Company F, 61st Alabama Infantry

At the age of 17 Mr. Barber joined the Confederate Army. The Company F, of the 61st Alabama regiment under the command of Captain Zachery, to which he belonged, was made up in the LaFayette community. He was mustered into service at Montgomery, Alabama. He was put on guard duty for the first eight weeks of service at Pollard at which time he first saw the Yankees. It was on the Gulf of Mexico at Pensacola, Florida, that his company captured two large fishing boats. From Pensacola his company was sent to Richmond on a freight train; this was his first ride on a freight train. After arriving in Richmond, they camped in an old tobacco factory, and the next morning they were placed in line of march, and he marched into his first battle at White Oak Bottom. After being stationed there three days, his company made their way to Orange Courthouse. They skirmished on the Rappidane River until the latter part of April 1863. On May 1, 1863, camp was broken and they began to march to one knew not where. When General Lee called for sharpshooters in February of 1864, all men were tested. Mr. N. J. Barber was the first to be drawn out of his company as a sharpshooter. On the morning of May 5, 1864, yelling was heard in the rear of the march. Immediately all the men knew that Mars. Robert E. Lee was coming. They asked General Lee if there was danger ahead. The answer was, "Boys, you'll meet them at one o'clock." This was the Battle of the Wilderness. After three days fighting Mr. Barber's company was ordered to Spottsylvania. Here Mr. Barber captured a Yankee and a flag. It was later learned that his gun was empty and that the Yankee was loaded. His next battle was at Frazier's farm at Hanover Junction. He was later stationed near the crater where he heard the tunneling underground a number of days before the big blow-up. Mr. Barber was also in the battles of Winchester and Fisher's Hill.  
43 I20629  BARFIELD, Bartie Lee Jr.  10 NOV 1929  1952  03 SEP 2008  Korea:
US Army
Sergeant First Class 
44 I16371  BARNDT, Homer W.  8 MAR 1921  16 FEB 1944  18 JAN 1961  WWII: US Navy (Reserve),
Seaman First Class
Discharged 19 Feb 1945 
45 I21464  BARNDT, Richard Lee  01 OCT 1936    10 DEC 1964  USAF, Airman Second Class 
46 I6621  BARR, Oscar  01 JUL 1835  3 JUL 1862  28 MAR 1910  CSA:
Company K, 23rd Virginia Cavalry
47 I31599  BARTON, Jerome Stanley  29 NOV 1914  23 DEC 1941  16 JUL 1974  WWII:
US Navy
Sonarman 2nd Class (SoM2c)
Jerome enlisted in the Navy just over two weeks following the attack on Pearl Harbor. Following his basic training and specialty training, he reported for duty on the destroyer Dickerson (DD157) on 06 Nov 1942. The destroyer departed port on “30 Nov 1942 and escorted convoys between New York and Cuba until January 1943. In the first half of 1943, Dickerson operated in the Caribbean and escorted tanker convoys to Gibraltar and Algiers. She joined the Card hunter-killer group at Casablanca in June for offensive operations in the middle Atlantic. Between 17 July and 13 August, she sailed to Derry, Northern Ireland, for exercises with British Fleet units, returning to Charleston, S.C., for conversion to a high-speed transport.” (Wikipedia)
On 25 Sep 1943 SoM2c Barton was transferred to the YMS-45, which was a minesweeper assigned to the 4th Fleet operating in the South Atlantic out of the port at Recife, Brazil. On 11 Jun 1945, with war in Europe concluded, YMS-45 was detached from the 4th Fleet to report to CTG 29, an escort carrier task group operating with the USS Santee. On that date the CTG was operating in the East China Sea in support of operations near Okinawa. On 15 August the CTG was en route to the Philippines from Guam when it was informed of the end of hostilities in the Pacific. (Wikipedia)
48 I31599  BARTON, Jerome Stanley  29 NOV 1914  16 MAR 1933  16 JUL 1974  Name: Jerome Stanley Barton
Birth Date: abt 1915
Residence Place: Brooklyn, New York
Enlistment Age: 18
Enlistment Date: 16 Mar 1933
Enlistment Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA
Unit: 7th Pl Div 2nd Bn 
49 I1808  BATES, Andrew  07 APR 1787  01 JUL 1812  03 APR 1877  1812:  
50 I21424  BEAM, Frank Arthur  24 OCT 1921  Abt 1942  19 OCT 1982  WWII: US Navy
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