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On this Memorial Day, I'd like to remember a couple of my ancestors who fought in the Civil War on the Union side. James McDonald ( 1817- 1863) was a corporal in Company G, 2nd Regiment Tennessee Volunteer Infantry ( Union), who did desert, but he also returned to duty and served as a private, only to be captured by Confederate forces ( with a group of his companions) and shipped to the Confederate prison camp at Belle Isle, Richmond, where he died five months later. He was a 3X great grandfather of mine on my mother's side.

 

Lewis Millard Baird ( 1795- 1864) was a bit different. He was a bit aged when the Civil War broke out, but he was devoted to the Union cause and four of his eleven sons served in the Federal army. He was arrested by Confederate partisans and taken to a prison camp in Salisbury, North Carolina, where he later died of privation and illness. He refused all chances of release by refusing to swear allegiance to the Confederacy. He was a 4X great grandfather on my mother's side ( her paternal grandmother was a Baird).

 

My father also had a cousin who died during the Korean conflict, although I'm unaware of any previous wartime service that his family might have served.

 

God's blessings to you all this Memorial Day. I hope we can all remember the sacrifices rendered by those who fought in our military to defend our way of life.

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2 hours ago, Civilwarbuff said:

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Amen. God bless our country.

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