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I am pleased to see the photo of my ggrandfather Finley McDonald ,Company H 78th Ohio Volunteers here. Finley McDonald passed away at Vale,Oregon 1912.

Added: August 9, 2010
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Great grand-daughter of Milton Turner, and proud
of my Turner heritage. My son is a student of the
Civil War and we will be visiting Bentonville, NC
this summer in rememberence of Milton


Added: July 30, 2010
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I am the great-great granddaughter to Hiram Fogel - Company G. I'm wondering of anyone knows how to get a copy of the infantry flag?

Added: July 27, 2010
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I am gggg granddaughter of Jeremiah McBride who served in Company H of the 78th Regiment. It appears he died near Goldsboro/Bentonville battles in March 1865. Would love to learn more about he and his company...

Added: July 2, 2010
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I am the 2nd great grandson of William F. Baker and the 2nd great grand nephew of James A. Baker.

Added: June 3, 2010
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Outstanding site for 78th research! My great-grandfather, Edward M. Barrett served in Co. C. I proudly hold possession of a letter he wrote from Vicksburg, MS after the capitulation and just prior to the Red River Expedition. A lot of research is yet to be done.

Added: February 17, 2010
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I commend you on such an outstanding website.My Great Grandfather, William D. Christman served with the 78th OVI Company E.I am new to re-enacting the Civil War and could not imagine what they went through during that era.If anyone has any more information on Company E,could you please e-mail me. Thank You.

Added: January 19, 2010
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I am the great great nephew of Daniel Wright of Co. I. The company consisted of men from Columbiana County and most of our family still live here. I dont know much about him but am doing research.

Added: January 14, 2010
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I am the great great grandson of Oliver John Boyer (listed on roster as John R. Boyer). Following the Civil War he moved to California and his granddaughter (my grandmother) moved to Washington State in 1923. The Johnston part of the family is so large we had to rent a hall to have Thanksgiving dinner together. Many veterans of the Navy and Air Force (we seem to avoid the army in modern times). Boyers are still in California - would be delighted to hear from the family down south! Bill J.

Added: November 26, 2009
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I am the great grand daughter of Pvt. Robert McAdams, Enlisted in 1861 and was discharged in 1863, while serving with the 78th in Mississippi,
from wounds. He was in Co. C. I am very proud of him and his service to his country. His great great grandsons are carrying on his tradition.

Thank you
Dolores L. Burton
Shreveport, La.


Added: October 18, 2009
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