CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS
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223 N. Clark Street
Moberly, MO 65270
BROWN, William Riley *
CHRISTIAN, Robert Thomas *
HAMMON, Pvt. John K. *
POINDEXTER, Colonel John A. *
STONE, PVT. John W *
TERRILL, James Benjamin *
TERRILL, Robert Nathaniel Green *
WAYLAND, Henry Harrison*
BROWN, William Riley * is buried in Mt. Salem Church Cemetery, Jacksonville, MO. who was veteran of Union, Co. C, 17th Infantry Vol., MO b. 1825 Taylor Co., Va (now WV) to Missouri about 1828, parents unknown, of Native American ancestry. m. Elizabeth Thompson LUCAS 1849 Macon Co., MO. served civil war, I have records and pension records. His foot was run over by a freight wagon and he was discharged…partially disabled for life. He lived Excello, Mo Macon County and was rancher. Killed in explosion outside of mine in Excello... in 1901. A man was trying to open keg of gun powder with pick ax and it exploded. I have newspaper article, picture of headstone, I have copies of some civil war letters too. LUCAS and BROWN families. a ggggrandfather of Donna
Thomas Newton Grizzell was born 12 Feb 1841 in Carter co., KY to John William and Cintha (Perry) Grizzell. He died 30 Mar 1932 in Randolph Co., MO. He was a Confederate soldier and was buried in the Clifton Hill Cemetery, Clifton Hill, Randolph Co., MO. This information was taken from his obituary published in the 8 Apr 1932 issue of the Salisbury Press Spectator.
TERRILL, James Benjamin * b. 13 Mar 1831 KY, a resident of Randolph Co., MO, was the son of William Terrill and Anne Calvin, my g-g-grandparents. The biography of the Terrill family in the "History of Randolph County", 1921, says that he served for the Confederacy under General Sterling Price and was killed in the war.
TERRILL, Robert Nathaniel Green * b. 5 Oct 1834 KY, a resident of Randolph Co., MO, son of William Terrill and Anne Calvin, my g-grandparents, served with Gen. Morgan in Kentucky for the Confederacy and was killed in action. Reference "History of Randolph County."
WAYLAND, Henry Harrison * I have copies of his federal records while in the prison camp,