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Posted by: Mary Cureton (ID *****0530) Date: March 01, 2005 at 12:01:11
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Looking for additional info on the following any help would be appreciated.
James Courington
Confederate Infantry 50th Regiment, Alabama Infantry
James Benjamin Courington
Birth: 21 MAR 1847 in Providence, AL Death: 14 MAY 1931 .When James was 17 years old, he enlisted in the Confederate Army on Ju ly 4, 1864 at Jasper, AL. He was assigned to Company I, 62nd Alabama Infantry under Captain George B. Shorteridge. He is buried at Sardis, AL near Bankhead. Certificate of Eligibility for Southern Cross of Honor. Jasper Ala. Dec 12, 1906. To the United Daughters of the Confederacy: The undersigned, residing at James B. Courington who is an Ex-Confedera te Soldier and a member of Camp No. 1202 U.C. Vs., hereby, at your reques t, presents this Certificate of Eligibility for a Confederate Cross of Hon or. He entered the service of the Confederate States on the 4 day of Ju ly 1864, as a Private in Company I of the 62nd Regiment of Alabama Volunte ers Duft. C.S.A., and was at that time a resident of York Ala. He was hon orably discharged from service by the Federaals at Vicksburg, Miss on t he 11th day of May 1865, at which time he held the rank of (blank not fill ed in) Respectfully, (signed) J.B. Courington. His parents were James Mason and Martha L Holly Courington. He married Miss. Irena C Blackwwod.
Nathan Courington
Confederate Infantry 28th Regiment, Alabama Infantry
R Courington
Confederate Sharpshooters 1st Battalion, Mississippi Sharpshooters
Randolph Courington
In Feb. 1862 he enlisted at York Post Office (now Oakman) as a private in Company K, 50th Alabama Infantry, under Captain Hutto. In the fall of 1864 he was captured by Federal Troops at Leighton, Ala and imprisoned at Camp Chase, Ohio until the close of the war. War Pension Records Captured near Leighton, Ala in fall of 1864 , imprisoned at Rock Island , Dischared from prision June 12, 1895. He was born September 27 1839 in Gayosa, Walker County, Alabama to Reason and Susan David Courington. He married Miss. Narcissus Caroline Sumner on 1 JUL 1865 in Walker Co. AL. They had seven children. He died January 25, 1911 in Pleasant Field, Walker County, Alabama.
Robert Courington
Robert was 30 years old when he enlisted in the Confederate Army at Oakman, AL February 1862. From list of Confederate Soldiers, "Civil War Veterans from Walker Co, A L" page 57 Robert "Curington", Private, enlisted Jan. 2, 1862, at York by Capt. Hut to for one year. A resident of Walker County in 1860, aged 27. Son of Reason Courington.
From Walker County, AL 1907 Census of Confederate Soldiers, page 139 Courington, Robert, present address Guyosa, AL, born Sept 27, 1839 near where Guyosa is located, Walker County, AL. First entered service as a Priv ate in Feb. 1862 at York, Walker Co., AL in the 50th AL Infantry, Co. K a nd continued until close of war. Was never paroled. From History of Walker County Alabama (Dombhart, 1937) page 95: Courington, Robert, a son of Reason Courington, was born near Pleasantfield on December 23, 1832. In February 1862, he enlisted at York Post Off ice (now Oakman) as a private in Company K, 50th Alabama Infantry, under C ptain Hutto. In the Fall of 1864 he was transferred to Captain W. H. Shepherd's company of cavalry and served until the close of the war. He di ed on February 24, 1925, and is buried at Providence. He was married to M ary Sumner, who was born August 4, 1844, and died October 3, 1918. Childr en: Martha Courington, married William Sartain; Belle Courington, married first Sim Thomas, and second F.P. Reed; John D. Courington, married Ma ud Earnest; Emily Courington, married James J. Phifer; Margaret Couringto n, married Bud Savage; Josephine Courington, married Sid McMillan; and Ruf us M. Courington, married first Katie Savage, and secon Ella Kimball, the ir children being Morris Luther Courington, Lester Courington, and James C ourington, all of Parrish; John Courington, of Kentucky, and Vera Couring ton, who married Wiley Randolph.. He was born 23 DEC 1832 in AL to Reason and Susannah Davis Courington. He married Miss. Mary Sumner. They had eleven children. He died 24 FEB 1925 in Walker County, AL . He is buried in Providence Cemetery
Abner Heath Cureton
Co B 2nd SC Regt CSA. He enlisted at Greenville, for state of duty, April 13 1861. He mustered into the Conderfate Army May 23 1861.2nd Regiment, South Carolina Infantry (2nd Palmetto Regiment. Cureton, Abner H., enlisted at Greenville, for State duty, April 13, 1861; mustered into Confederate service, May 23, 1861; reported on muster roll of July 1, 1861, as in hospital from effects of measles; reported on muster roll of May 1, 1862, as present; reported on muster rolls of October 31, and December 31, 1862, and February 28, 1863, as absent, sick, at Petersburg, Va.; reported on muster rolls of June 30, and August 31, 1863, as detailed as nurse in hospital at Petersburg, Va.; reported on muster roll of October 31, 1863, as present; reported on muster rolls of February 29, May 1, and July 1 (the last available), 1864, as nurse at smallpox hospital, Morristown, Tennessee. Abner Heath Cureton , Jr., born August 06, 1845 in S.C.; died Sep. 21, 1909 in Springwood Cemetery, Greenville, SC. His parents were Abner and Matilda Nelson Cureton.

AJ Cureton
PVT C 19(DOCKERY'S) ARK. He died during battle on 8/24/64
Alexander H Cureton
Confederate Infantry 2nd Regiment, South Carolina Infantry (2nd Palmetto Regiment)

Alfred Sexton Cureton
Union Artillery 2nd Regiment, Missouri Light Artillery. He was born in 1848 to John and Sarah West Cureton.
Bolin Nathaniel Cureton ( Currington)
Confederate Infantry 15th Regiment, Alabama Infantry. He died serving his country. He was born 1822 in Walker County, Alabama to Reason and Susanna David Cureton. He married Miss. Belinda Thacker. They had seven children. He died in 1863.
Cephas Allen Cureton
Union 2nd Battalion, Veteran Reserve Corps. He served in the Union Infantry , 18th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry as a private. Later he served in the Union Infantry , 44th Regiment, Company G, New York Infantry as a Private. He was born 8 Mar 1844 Albany, New York to John and Olive Beals Cureton. He married Miss. Sarah. They had a son. He died 20 Jan 1905 Albany, New York.
Charles Lewis Cureton
Union Infantry 32nd Regiment, Missouri Infantry. He was born 11 Nov 1846 Cohoes, Albany, New York to Isaac and Anne Bailey Cureton. He died 14 Apr 1934 Chicago, Illinois. He was a Novelty Wagon Businessman by trade.
Christopher C Cureton
Confederate Infantry 2nd Regiment, Georgia Infantry
Cunningham Belton Cureton
Confederate Cavalry Cavalry Battalion, Holcombe Legion, South Carolina. He was born 1 Dec 1835 Camden, Kershaw County, South Carolina to James and Mary Cunningham Cureton. He married Miss. Mary Cureton Cunningham on 25 Sep 1863. They had eight children. He married Miss. Nanie Cunningham. He died 3 Jan 1900.
David T Cureton
Confederate Infantry 1st Regiment, Alabama Infantry and Confederate Artillery Goldthwaite's Battery, Alabama Light Artillery and Confederate 2nd Regiment, South Carolina State Troops (6 months 1863-64). He was born in 1816 John and Mary Dacus Cureton. He died during the war in 1863-4.
David Cureton.
David served in the 32nd Missouri Union Army, Company A. He marched with General sherman to the sea. He was mustered out as a Sergeant- Major at Louiseville, Kentucky on JUly 18, 1865.He was born 17 Sep 1843 Phillipstown, New York to Isaac and Anne Bailey Cureton. He married Miss. Mary Anne Clift on 12 Jul 1866. He was a merchant and post master by trade. He died 26 Dec 1923 San Diego, California.
David A Cureton
Confederate Infantry 11th Regiment, Alabama Infantry
Elbert Wright Curenton
Confederate Infantry 15th Regiment, Alabama Infantry. He enlisted on August 8, 1862 at the age of 23. He was wounded in the Battle of Chickamauga. He was born 12 OCT 1839 in Barbour County, Alabama to Reason and Mary Sumerlin Cureton. He married Miss. Frances Hildreth about 1862. They had eight children. He died 5 MAR 1896 in Dale County, Alabama.
Everard Belton Cureton
He served in the Confederacy Army. In Company A, 2 South Carolina Cavalry as a Corporal . He mustered out as a Sergeant .He was born 27 Aug 1837 Camden, Kershaw County, South Carolina. He was married to Mary Boykin. He died 16 Jan 1909 Camden, Kershaw County, South Carolina.
James Cureton
Confederate Infantry 26th Regiment, Alabama Infantry (O'Neal's)
James Cureton
Union Infantry 9th Regiment, Illinois Infantry
James C Cureton
James C Currenton - Enlisted 6/11/1861, Captured 9/14/1862 at Fox's Gap, Md., Exchanged 10/2/1862, Died 6/25/1863 at Hugenot Springs hospital from chronic bronchitis, Death claim filed by his mother Sabra.He was born in 1843 to Anderson and Sabra Cureton. He died on 25 JUN 1863.
James DD Cureton
Confederate Infantry 15th Regiment, Alabama Infantry
James E Cureton
Confederate Cavalry 4th Regiment, South Carolina Cavalry (Rutledge's). He was born 24 Mar 1826 Lancaster Co., SC to Thomas and Eliza Massey Cureton. He married Miss. Mary Thornton. He died 26 Jul 1909.
James William Cureton
Confederate Infantry 27th Regiment, Alabama Infantry. He enlisted in 39th Georgia Regiment. He fought in the Missionary Ridge Battle, the siege of Vickersburg, and the Battle of Alanta. Captain Cureton became a colnel after the death of his supier officer. He was injured in the shoulder in the battle of Rassaca. He was later wounded in the knee in the battle of Alanata on the 21st of July 1864. He was born 26 Dec 1824 North Carolina to John Williams and Elizabeth Cureton. He took his mother’s maiden name. He married Miss. Nancy Elizabeth Boyd. They had five children.
James Douglas Cureton
J. D. Cureton commanded Company G, Sixth South Carolina Volunteer Infantry after serving in Company D, Sixth South Carolina Infantry. Confederate Infantry 6th Regiment, South Carolina Infantry. He was born 6 Aug 1830 Pickens South Carolina to Abner Heath and Matilda Nelson Cureton. He married Miss. Catherine Lydia Ladd. They had thirteen children. He died 11 Nov 1904 Pickens South Carolina

Jasper Cureton
Confederate Infantry 15th Regiment, Alabama Infantry. He enlisted August 8 1862 at the age of 18. He was killed in action in Gettysburg. He was born in 1843 Barbour County, Alabama to Reason and Mary Sumerlin Cureton.
John Cureton
Confederate Infantry 1st Regiment, Texas Infantry
John Cureton
Union Infantry 11th Regiment, Illinois Infantry
John Cureton
Union Infantry 109th Regiment, Illinois Infantry
John B Cureton
Union Infantry 44th Regiment, New York Infantry
John L Cureton
Confederate Infantry 19th Regiment, Arkansas Infantry (Dockery's)
John L Cureton
Union Infantry 43rd Regiment, New York Infantry
John L Cureton
Union Artillery 3rd Independent Battery, New York Light Artillery
John Samuel Cureton
Confederate Infantry 9th Regiment, South Carolina Infantry. He was born 9 Jan 1843 in Lancaster, South Carolina to Thomas and Eliza Massey Cureton. He married Miss. Francis Brown. They had three children. He died 8 May 1893. He is buried in the Lowe Cemetery.
John W Cureton
Confederate Cavalry 25th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (3rd Texas Lancers) (Gillespie's)
Newton CURETON
[CURENTON?], Confederate Infantry 15th Regiment, Alabama Infantry. He enlisted October 7, 1861 at the age of twenty. He was wounded in Peterburg . He was born in 1841 to Reason and Mary Sumerlin Cureton.
Robert Cureton
Confederate Infantry 1st Regiment, Alabama Reserves (62nd Regiment Infantry)
Robert T Cureton
Confederate Infantry 1st Regiment, Alabama Reserves (62nd Regiment Infantry)
Taylor G. Cureton
Taylor served as a 2nd Lieutenant. Company B - The Waxhaw-Jackson Guards
The Waxhaw-Jackson Guards completed their organization on June 5, 1861 but remained in Union County until July 9, 1861 when they left Monroe for Raleigh. The chose a name which heraled Union County's claim, not widely believed to be the birth place of Andrew Jackson. They perhaps felt the name would inspire them to the same glories they perceived Jackson had in the War of 1812, the Second War for American Independence. The march took the company three days, when they entered the camp of instruction.
Thomas Cureton
Confederate Infantry 3rd Battalion, Georgia Infantry
Thomas J Cureton
Confederate Infantry 26th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry
Thomas J Cureton
Confederate Infantry Infantry Regiment, Hampton Legion, South Carolina
Thomas Kirk Cureton
In April of 1864 Thomas Kelly Cureton enlisted in Co. D., Texas Cavalry, 3rd Regiment of the Confederate States . He was born 9 Mar 1847 Pike County, Alabama to William and Mary Kelly Cureton. He married Miss.Rebecca Blanton. They had seven children.He was a farmer and a mason by trade. He died 25 Sep 1923 Nacogdoches County, Texas.
William B Cureton
Confederate 3rd Regiment, Alabama Reserves
William J Cureton
Confederate Infantry 1st Regiment, Texas Infantry
Benjamin Curington
Union Artillery 1st Regiment, West Virginia Light Artillery
Benjamin C Curington
Confederate Cavalry 8th Regiment, Mississippi Cavalry
David Currington
Confederate Infantry 27th Regiment, Georgia Infantry
Dock Currington
Confederate Infantry 37th Regiment, Alabama Infantry. He was born in 1833 in Georgia to Albert and Louanne Pye Currington. He married Miss. Virginia Bryan.

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Currington, Hiram B.
Union Infantry 27th Regiment, Ohio Infantry

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Currington, J. F.
Confederate
3rd Regiment, Georgia Reserves

James "Covington", Currington
Private, Enlisted Feb. 2, 1862 at York by Capt. Hutto. Born in Blount County. Sick in the hospital June 1862, at Columbus, Mississippi. Sick at Sparta, Tennessee in August 1862. Died Feb. 18, 186 3, at Atlanta.. Widows Application for Relief by Widows of Confederate Soldiers, under A ct approved February 13, 1891 The State of Alabama County of Walker Personally appeared before me, Jos. W. Shepherd, Judge of Probate in and for said County, Mrs. M.L. Courington who, being duly sworn, upon oat h, says that her husband, J. M. Courington was a Private in company K of 26 Regiment of Ala. Vol. Infantry; that he came to his death from wounds received or disease contracted in the service of the Confedera te States, and that his death occurred during the late war or within fi ve years thereafter; that she has not since re-married; that she was a res ident of Alabama on the 13th day of February, 1891, and is a resident at t he date of this application; and that her taxable property does not exce ed four hundred dollars in value.
Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 9 day of March 1893. Martha L. Courington ("+" her mark) (signed) Jos. W. Shepherd Judge of Probate at Walker County The State of Alabama County of Walker I hereby certify that satisfactory proof has been make before me of the t ruth of the allegations set forth in the above affidavit, and that I belie ve Mrs. M.L. Courington is entitled to relief under the Act approved Febru ary 13th, 1891, and that the duplicate of the foregoing application and af fadavit is on file in my office. Given under my hand this the 9 day of March 1893. (signed) Jos. W. Shepherd Judge of Probate of Walker County. His parents were William Reason and Susanna Davis Currington. He married Miss. Martha L Holly. He served with several sons.
James Currington
Union Infantry 27th Regiment, Ohio Infantry
James B Currington
Confederate nfantry 1st Regiment, Alabama Reserves (62nd Regiment Infantry)
John Currington
Confederate Infantry 64th Regiment, Georgia Infantry
John C. Currington
Gardners Ind. Cavalry, Private, Enlisted in Troy, Pike County, Alabama by Major G. L. Hunt, "John Curinton" . He enlisted on 27 Jul 1864. He was born 1815 Georgia to Reason and Rhoda Miller. He married Miss. Martha Emerson on the 24 of October 1839. They had nine children. He then married Miss. Henrietta Chapman. They had seven children. He died 5 Jun 1877 Indian Creek, Bullock County, Alabama.
Jonathan Currington
Union Infantry 2nd Regiment, Maryland Eastern Shore Infantry
Joseph Currington
Union Infantry 91st Regiment, Ohio Infantry
Joseph Green Currington
He served in the Civil War. He was Sept 1839 born Houston County, Georgia to Albert and Louanne Pye Currington. He married Miss.Lavina Rogers ( Sherly). They had seven children. He then married Miss. Rebecca Straughn. They had three children.
Marion Jackson Curington
Enlisted 24 March 1862 at Leon AL; WIA seriously at Vicksburg MS on 3 May 1863 and signed his parole with X while Hospitalized there on 16 July 1863 as a Sergeant of Company C of the 37th AL Infantry CSA; Hospitalized at Enterprise MS (Hospital) on 18 Sep 1863; Appears on Payroll dated 31 Oct 1863 at Montgomery AL with notation "Absent wounded, without leave" since 23 Aug 1863; Alabama Confederate Pension No. 1885 recorded at Covington County AL and application witnessed by W.F. Bryan and T.L. Merrill; According to Personal Statement made to Census Tax Assessor, Crenshaw County AL in 1907 "Wounded at Vicksburg... Lost right arm at Elba, Alabama"; Address (1907) Rutledge, Alabama RFD #1; Discharged due to wounds on 15 Dec 1863; Born 9 July 1842. He was born 9 JUL 1842 in Marion, Marion County, Georgia to Albert and Louanne Pye Currington. He married Miss. Elizabeth Anne Straughn. They had seven children. He died 18 OCT 1913 in Covington County, Alabama . He is buried in the Bethel Cemetery, Babbie, Covington County, Alabama
William Currington
Union Infantry 115th Regiment, Indiana Infantry (6 months, 1863-4)
Andrew Curtin
Union Infantry 5th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry (9 months, 1862-63)
Andrew Greg Curtin
Civil War Pennsylvania Governor, US Diplomat, US Congressman. Served as Pennsylvania’s 15th Governor from 1861 to 1867. He was in office during the entire Civil War, and was one of the staunchest supporters of President Abraham Lincoln and the Northern War effort. His administration facilitated the raising, training and equipping of thousands of Pennsylvania troops for federal service, and raised over 250 regiments for the Union Army. Appointed United States Minister to Russia after the end of his gubernatorial term, serving from 1869 to 1872. Elected to represent Pennsylvania’s 20th District in the United States House of Representatives, serving from 1881 to 1887. His nephew was Union Brevet Brigadier General John I. Curtin. He was born Apr. 22, 1815 Bellefonte, Pa to Roland and Jane Gregg Curtin. He married Miss. Katherine Wilson.
He died Oct. 7, 1894 Bellefonte, Pennsylvania.


Austin Curtin
Union Infantry 45th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry
Bartholemew Curtin
Union Infantry 32nd Regiment, New York Infantry and Union 10th Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps
Bennett Curtin
Union Cavalry 6th Regiment, Ohio Cavalry
Cabel J Curtin
Union Cavalry 6th Regiment, Illinois Cavalry
Cassius Randolph Curtin
Union Cavalry 1st Regiment, District of Columbia Cavalry
Charles Curtin
Union Infantry 4th Regiment, Michigan Infantry (2nd organization)
Charles Curtin
Union Artillery 3rd Regiment, Massachusetts Heavy Artillery
Charles Curtin
Union Infantry 40th Regiment, New York Infantry
Cornelius Curtin
Union Infantry 3rd Regiment, California Infantry
Cornelius Curtin
Union Infantry 7th Regiment, Maine Infantry
Cornelius Curtin
Union Cavalry 2nd Regiment, US Cavalry (Regular Army)
Cornelius Curtin
Union Cavalry 4th Regiment, US Cavalry (Regular Army)
Daniel Curtin
Union Infantry 9th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry
Daniel Curtin
Confederate Infantry 5th Regiment, Virginia Infantry
Daniel Curtin
Union 12th Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps
Daniel Curtin
Union Infantry 8th Regiment, New Jersey Infantry
Daniel Curtin
Union Infantry 83rd Regiment, New York Infantry
Daniel Curtin
Union Cavalry 11th Regiment, New York Cavalry
Daniel G Curtin
Union 2nd Battalion, Veteran Reserve Corps
David Curtin
Union Infantry 14th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry
David Curtin
Union Infantry 1st Regiment, New York Infantry
David Curtin
Union Cavalry Smallwood's Company, Scouts and Guides, Missouri Cavalry (3 months, 1861)
David Curtin
Union Infantry 47th Regiment, New York Infantry
David Curtin
Union Cavalry 16th Regiment, New York Cavalry
Dennis Curtin
Union Infantry 76th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry
Edward B Curtin
Confederate Infantry 15th Regiment, Virginia Infantry and Confederate Infantry 5th Regiment, Virginia Infantry.
Elisha Curtin
Confederate Artillery Goldthwaite's Battery, Alabama Light Artillery
Francis Curtin
Union Infantry 5th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry (9 months, 1862-63)
Francis Curtin
Union Infantry 28th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry
Frank Curtin
Union Cavalry 11th Regiment, Kentucky Cavalry
Fredrick Curtin
Union Artillery 1st Regiment, Rhode Island Light Artillery
Fredrick Curtin
Union Artillery 10th Independent Battery, New York Light Artillery
George Curtin
Union Infantry 8th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry (3 months, 1861) Militia
George Curtin
Union Infantry 83rd Regiment, New York Infantry
Henry Curtin
Union Infantry 61st Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry
Henry Curtin
Union Infantry 7th Regiment, Tennessee Mounted Infantry
Hillory Curtin
Union Cavalry 3rd Regiment, Arkansas Cavalry


James Curtin
Confederate Infantry 21st Regiment, Tennessee Infantry
James Curtin
Confederate Cavalry 28th Regiment, Mississippi Cavalry
James Curtin
Union Cavalry 11th Regiment, New York Cavalry
James Curtin
Union Engineers 15th Regiment, New York Engineers
James Curtin
Union Infantry 132nd Regiment, New York Infantry
James Curtin
Confederate Infantry 62nd Regiment, Virginia Mounted Infantry
James Curtin
Union Unassigned Illinois Volunteers
James Curtin
Union Infantry 40th Regiment, New Jersey Infantry
James Curtin
Confederate Infantry 19th Regiment, South Carolina Infantry
James Curtin
Union Infantry 83rd Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry
James Curtin
Union Infantry 63rd Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry
James Curtin
Union Infantry 105th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry
James Curtin
Union Artillery 69th Regiment, New York Artillery National Guard (30 days, 1863)
James Curtin
Union Cavalry 15th Regiment, Pennsylvania Cavalry (160th Volunteers)
James Curtin
Union Cavalry Palmer's Independent Company, Pennsylvania Cavalry (Anderson Troop) (Silver Greys)
James Curtin
Union Cavalry 20th Regiment, Pennsylvania Cavalry
James Curtin
Union Infantry 4th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry (3 months, 1861)
James Curtin
Union Cavalry 20th Regiment, Pennsylvania Cavalry
James Curtin
Union Infantry 65th Regiment, Ohio Infantry
James Curtin
Confederate Cavalry 1st Battalion, Arkansas Cavalry (Stirman's)
James Curtin
Union Cavalry 3rd Regiment, Arkansas Cavalry
Jefferson Curtin
Union Infantry 105th Regiment, New York Infantry

Jefferson Curtin
Union 2nd Battalion, Veteran Reserve Corps
Jeremiah Curtin
Union Cavalry 1st Regiment, Massachusetts Cavalry
Jeremiah Curtin
Union Infantry 37th Regiment, New York Infantry
Jeremiah Curtin
Union Infantry 47th Regiment, New York Infantry
Jeremiah Curtin
Union Nodaway County Regiment, Missouri Home Guard
Jeremiah Curtin
Union Cavalry 8th Regiment, New ork Cavalry
Jeremiah Curtin
Union Infantry 88th Regiment, New York Infantry
Jeremiah Curtin
Union Engineers 15th Regiment, New York Engineers
John Curtin
Confederate Infantry 2nd Regiment, Tennessee Infantry (Walker's)
John Curtin
Union Infantry 95th Regiment, New York Infantry
John Curtin
Union nfantry 90th Regiment, New York Infantry
John Curtin
Union Infantry 78th Regiment, New York Infantry
John Curtin
Union Infantry 40th Regiment, New York Infantry
John Curtin
Union Infantry 3rd Regiment, New York Infantry
John Curtin
Union Infantry 149th Regiment, New York Infantry
John Curtin
Union Infantry 102nd Regiment, New York Infantry
John Curtin
Union Infantry 102nd Regiment, New York Infantry
John Curtin
Confederate Infantry 8th Regiment, Alabama Infantry
John Curtin
Union Cavalry 2nd Regiment, Pennsylvania Cavalry (59th Volunteers)
John Curtin
Union Infantry 210th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry
John Curtin
Union Cavalry 1st Regiment, Pennsylvania Provisional Cavalry
John Curtin
Union Infantry 190th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry

John Curtin
Union Infantry 9th Regiment, New York Infantry
John Curtin
Union Infantry 3rd Regiment, Maryland Infantry
John Curtin
Union Infantry 6th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry
John Curtin
Union Infantry 6th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry
John Curtin
Union Infantry 29th Regiment, US Infantry (Regular Army)
John Curtin
Union Infantry 9th Regiment, US Infantry (Regular Army)
John Curtin
Union Infantry 11th Regiment, US Infantry (Regular Army)
John Curtin
Union Infantry 26th Regiment, US Infantry (Regular Army)
John Curtin
Union Infantry 17th Regiment, US Infantry (Regular Army)
John Curtin
Union Artillery 3rd Regiment, US Artillery (Regular Army)
John Curtin
Union Infantry 9th Regiment, US Infantry (Regular Army)
John Curtin
Union Infantry 11th Regiment, US Infantry (Regular Army)
John Curtin
Union Ordnance Department (Regular Army)
John Curtin
Union 3rd Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps
John Curtin
Union 2nd Battalion, Veteran Reserve Corps
John Curtin
Confederate Infantry 1st Regiment, South Carolina Infantry (Hagood's)
John Curtin
Union Infantry 69th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry
John Curtin
Union Infantry 34th Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry (Militia)
John Curtin
Union Artillery 2nd Regiment, Connecticut Heavy Artillery
John Curtin
Confederate Infantry 15th Regiment, Tennessee Infantry
John Curtin
Union Cavalry 1st Regiment, District of Columbia Cavalry
John Curtin
Union Cavalry 20th Regiment, Pennsylvania Cavalry
John Curtin
Union Artillery 3rd Regiment, Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery
John I. Curtin
He served as a Union Brevet Brigadier General .Civil War Union Brevet Brigadier General. Served in the Civil War in the 45th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. While Lieutenant Colonel of the regiment, he led it at Fox’s Gap at the Battle of South Mountain, in the assault on Burnside’s Bridge at the Battle of Antietam. Promoted to Colonel, he continued to lead the unit when it was transferred to the Western Theatre, and fought with it at Vicksburg and Knoxville. The 45th Pennsylvania returned to Virginia in the Spring of 1864, and Colonel Curtin commanded it in the Battle of Spotsylvania. During the Wilderness Campaign he assumed command of his brigade (1st Brigade, 2nd Division, IX Army Corps). He led the brigade at the Battle of Cold Harbor and in the initial assaults on Petersburg, Virginia, where he was severely wounded while leading his command in a charge. He returned to command his brigade for good in September 1864, and led it until the Confederate surrender at Appomattox in April 1865. He had been brevetted Brigadier General, US Volunteers on October 12, 1864 for “meritorious and distinguished services during the war”. His brevet promotion was recommended by his division commander Maj. General Robert B. Potter, Army of the Potomac commander Maj. General George G. Meade, and Union Army commander Lieut. General Ulysses S. Grant, all of whom knew that they would lose him as a brigade commander if he did not get a promotion, due to the pending return of his brigade’s inexperienced senior Colonel. His uncle was Civil War Pennsylvania Governor Andrew G. Curtin. He served with the Union Infantry 2nd Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry (3 months, 1861) and Union Infantry 45th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry.

John Curtin
Union nfantry 61st Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry
John Curtin
Confederate Cavalry 18th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Darnell's)
John Curtin
Union Infantry 61st Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry
Joseph Curton
Union Infantry 2nd Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry

Joseph Curtin
Union Infantry 25th Regiment, New York Infantry
Joseph Curtin
Union Infantry 71st Regiment, New York Infantry
Karl Curtin
Union Infantry 49th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry (Militia)
Levi Curtin
Union Infantry 2nd Regiment, New Jersey Infantry (3 months, 1861)
Martin V Curtin
Union Infantry 4th Regiment, New Jersey Infantry
Michael Curtin
Union Infantry 14th Regiment, Connecticut Infantry
Michael Curtin
Union Infantry 164th Regiment, New York Infantry
Michael Curtin
Union Cavalry 5th Regiment, US Cavalry (Regular Army)
Michael Curtin
Union Infantry 34th Regiment, New Jersey Infantry
Michael Curtin
Union Infantry 91st Regiment, New York Infantry
Michael Curtin
Union Infantry 73rd Regiment, New York Infantry
Michael Curtin
Union Infantry 193rd Regiment, New York Infantry
Michael Curtin
Union Infantry 155th Regiment, New York Infantry
Michael Curtin
Union Infantry 17th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry
Michael Curtin
Confederate Infantry 32nd Regiment, Alabama Infantry
Michael Curtin
Union Cavalry 13th Regiment, New York Cavalry
Michael Curtin
Confederate Artillery Alabama State Artillery
Michael Curtin
Union US Army (Regular Army)
Patrick Curtin
Union Infantry 2nd Battalion, District of Columbia Infantry (3 months, 1861)
Patrick Curtin
Union Cavalry 4th Regiment, US Cavalry (Regular Army)
Patrick Curtin
Union Infantry 32nd Regiment, Missouri Infantry (New)
Patrick Curtin
Union Infantry 32nd Regiment, Missouri Infantry

Patrick Curtin
Union Infantry 25th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry (3 months, 1861)
Patrick Curtin
Union Artillery 3rd Regiment, New York Light Artillery
Patrick Curtin
Union Cavalry 25th Regiment, New York Cavalry
Patrick Curtin
Union Infantry 23rd Regiment, New York Infantry
Patrick Curtin
Union Infantry 152nd Regiment, New York Infantry
Patrick Curtin
Union Artillery 13th Independent Battery, Massachusetts Light Artillery
Patrick Curtin
Union Infantry 6th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry (9 months, 1862-63)
Patrick Curtin
Union Infantry 6th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry
Patrick Henry Curtin
Union 6th Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps and Union 2nd Battalion, Veteran Reserve Corps
Peter Curtin
Union Infantry 16th Regiment, New York Infantry
Peter Curtin
Union Infantry 45th Regiment, New York Infantry
Robert Curtin
Union Cavalry 1st Regiment, District of Columbia Cavalry
Robert Curtin
Union Infantry 3rd Regiment, New York Infantry
Robert Curtin
Union Infantry 9th Regiment, New York Infantry
Roland Curtin
Union Artillery 5th Regiment, Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery (204th Volunteers)
Roland W Curtin
Union Cavalry 19th Regiment, Kansas Cavalry (6 months)
Rollin Curtin
Union Artillery 5th Regiment, Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery (204th Volunteers) and
Union Cavalry 1st Regiment, Pennsylvania Cavalry (15th Reserves)
Rowland Curtin
Union Cavalry 1st Regiment, Pennsylvania Cavalry (15th Reserves)
Samuel Curtin
Confederate Infantry 42nd Regiment, Tennessee Infantry
Thomas Curtin
Union Infantry 37th Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry
Thomas Curtin
Union Infantry 17th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry
Thomas Curtin
Confederate Cavalry 16th Regiment, Virginia Cavalry
Thomas Curtin
Union Infantry 58th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry
Thomas Curtin
Union Infantry 92nd Regiment, New York Infantry
Thomas Curtin
Union Infantry 142nd Regiment, New York Infantry
Thomas Curtin
Confederate Artillery 2nd Battalion, Alabama Light Artillery
Thomas Curtin
Union Infantry 23rd Regiment, Indiana Infantry
Thomas Curtin
Confederate Infantry 20th Regiment, Mississippi Infantry
Thomas Curtin
Union Cavalry 13th Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry
Thomas Curtin
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