american flag swag  
the american flag but with only 20 stars
                                                                                      union and confederate flags crossed                                                                                                                                                                        union and confederate flags crossed
CIVIL WAR ANCESTORS P-3


"It was the greatest war in American history.
3 million fought - 600,000 died.
It was the only war fought on American soil by Americans"
(quote used with permission by http.//www.civilwar.com/)


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Thank you Don Kelly and Sean Rutledge
for the Cool Civil War Canon and horses with riders Graphics!



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ALL OF THE FOLLOWING COUSINS DESCEND THROUGH
MY 9th Great Grandfather, John Huntley of Lyme, CT.
And all are recorded in Virgil Huntley's Books;
"John Huntley of Lyme, CT" 1996 Books 1 and 2.
                 (Thank you Cousin Virgil Huntley for
all your wonderful research).




102) Pvt Elisha Woods Huntley b: 1829
NY Co F 51st WI Inf # 551,628

103) Pvt Orrin P. Huntley
b: 1822 NY Co A 3rd MI Inf # 45,458
Lost his right foot by a gunshot wound in the
Battle of the Wilderness 07 May 1864

104) Cpl Clark Huntley
b: 1836 NY # 654,745 Co 1 22nd WI Inf

105) Pvt Nehemiah J. Huntley
b: 1837 IL # 697,400 Co D 38th IN Vol Inf

106) 1LT Clark Wightman Huntley b:
(Farmer and Horse Dealer) 1839 VT 22nd NY Inf
Wounded at the Battle of Upton’s Hill and was
Discharged with disability 06 Feb 1863

107) Pvt James Alfred Huntley
b: 1833/34 served in
Co E 44th NY Inf Regt and
served in Co B 176th Inf Regt

108) Pvt Edward Paul Huntley b: 1839 NY
Co H 15th Il Inf # 866,939

109) Pvt Jeremiah Huntley
b: 1845 OH # 966,269
Co D 1st BN of Mountaineers, CA Vols

110) Pvt John Wesley Huntley b: 1843
OH 302,202 Co D 36th IA Vol Inf


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111)  Pvt Frederick H. Huntley Co A 24th OH Inf

112)  Pvt Benjamin F. Huntley  (Farmer)
Co G 20th CT Inf  # 651,948

113)  Pvt James Frederick Huntley  (Blacksmith)
Co 1, 1st CT Heavy Artillery # 45,871

114)  1st Sgt William Henry Huntley  b: 1838 CT 
Co H 13th CT Vol Inf  # 826326

115)  Pvt. Frederick K. Huntley  b: 1845 CT
Co K 15th NY Engineers

116)  Pvt William Gaylord Huntley b: 1840 CT   
Marine served aboard the Frigate Wabash,
the USS Vermont, and the USS Quaker City.

117)  Pvt William Franklin Huntley
b: 1839 VT  Co F 5th VT Vol Inf
Wounded by a shot in the right arm on 05 May 1864
in the Battle of the Wilderness.


118)  Pvt Horace H. Huntley
b: 1828 NY  Co I 16th NY Heavy Artillery

119)  Pvt Gardner Huntley  b: 1840 NY 
Co C 81st NY Inf “Mohawk Rifles”  # 226,356

120)  Pvt Alonzo Huntley 
Co F 10th Ny Heavy Artillery Vols



121) Pvt Oliver Lewis Huntley 
b: 1847 NY  Co I 137th IN Vol Inf

122)  Pvt and Corporal Merritt Graves Huntley
b: 1840 NY   Co F 1st Regt MI
Engineers and Mechanics

123)  Pvt (John) Myron Huntley 
Co I 16th NY Inf # C-2-393-126

124)  Pvt and Corporal  Ira Erwin Huntley
b: 1838 OH   Co A 24th OH Vol Inf
Sgt in Co F 18th OH Vol Inf    # 592,957

125)  Pvt John Sherwin Huntley b:1841 OH 
Co A 24th OH Vol Inf
and Co F 18th OH Vol Inf

(This one sent to me by Bruce Alan Huntley,
the 2nd Great Grandson, of Russell Huntley)  
Thank you Cousin Bruce.

126)  Pvt Russell Huntley
b: 1821 NH   enlisted 02 Aug 1862
Co F 89th IL Inf
Captured.
Died in Andersonville Prison, in Georgia, on 18 Aug 1864
grave # 6085
Cause of death recorded as "Anasarca"
He was awarded the "Roll Of Honor".

 

127) Pvt Bradley V. Huntley (Wheelright) Co F 17th MI Inf

128) Pvt Edgar P. Huntley (Farmer) Co F 17th MI Inf
Deserted at Bardstown near Lebanon, KY 05 Apr 1863
Applied for Honorable Discharge from Farmington,
Oakland, MI 01 Oct 1884 It was denied



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animated; two soldiers riding horses.  I think these are confederate but I'm not positive about that animated; a lone soldier riding a horse.  I think he's confederate but I'm not positive about that



an animated civil war canon which is shooting canon balls
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