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Sissonville Civil War Veterans

Taken from "Sissonville A Time To Remember" page 229
By The Sissonville Historical Awareness Committee


William Beane father of J. J. Beane
Confederacy born 1795 in Ireland
William T. Ray.


George W. Comer Co. A. West Virginia Ca. slightly wounded

Noah Dawson-Company F. 7th West Virginia  Cavalry
Prisoner of was 12-19-1863. He was incarcerated in Libby Prison
and then sent to Belle Isle, there to Andersonville, Georgia
then to Savannah and Charleston, South Carolina, then to Florence
then back to Richmond held 10 days before the city fell and he 
was released 2-24-1865 after being a prisoner for 14 mo. and 13 days.

Jonathan Derrick 9-11-1835 d. 5-8-1865 in army with measles.

Emberson Fisher Co. A. 4th Reg. West Virginia Vol. Inft.

Appomattox Court House and Shermans march to the sea

Marion Fisher 3-16-1846 d.4-8-1865 at Point of Rock, near
Richmond, Virginia.

John H. High 17 years old enlisted in a company of the West \
Virginia State Guards served 3 mo. when war ended.

Thomas E. Mairs Co. C 2d West Virginia Inf. Spanish American War

David Matheny Co. F. 55th  Illinois Inf. brother of Mrs. John G. Shirkey

Thomas Nutter Rank of Colonel

A. S. Ray

Isaac Ray

George W. Robinson age 16 Co. A., 15th West Virginia Inf.
seriously wounded at the Battle of Lynchburg, Virginia.

Greenberry Sisson enlisted as soldier in the Civil War.
At one time he had a horse shot from under him but survived to
return home.


Submitted by Linda Secco

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