Category Archives: Wagner’s Division

Opdycke, Lane and Conrad

James Madison Greenlee, Pvt, 15th Missouri Infantry, USA

I’m the great-great grandson of James Madison Greenlee who was a private in the 15th Missouri Volunteer Infantry between September 20th, 1864 and June 16th, 1865. He was born May 27th, 1839 in Steelville, MO, died June 23rd, 1892 in … Continue reading

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George Stanley Lockwood, Company H, 74th Illinois Infantry

My great-grandmother’s brother (on my father’s side) was at Franklin. His name was George Stanley LOCKWOOD. George enlisted in the 74th Illinois which was mustered in at Winnebago County, Illinois. The 74th Illinois was part of Opdycke’s Brigade. George was … Continue reading

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William Voepel, Co F, 44th Illinois Infantry

My Great Grandfather, William Voepel (sometimes spelled Volpel in Civil War records) was at Franklin attached to the 44th Illinois Regiment, Co. F and supposable was under Opdyke’s command which would have put him in the very thick of battle. … Continue reading

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William Lish, 28th Kentucky Infantry,

I am a descendant of William Lish (sometimes found as Leish), who was a private with the 28th Kentucky Infantry when they fought at the Battle of Franklin, Tennessee. He was wounded during the battle and spent the next several … Continue reading

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Jerome Bonapart Dooley, Company H, 40th Indiana Infantry

My 3rd Great Grandfather, Pvt. Jerome Bonapart Dooley, 40th Indiana. Fourth Army Corps, Second Div. [Wagner], 2nd Brigade [Lane]. His pension records state he was wounded at Franklin. A brief bio with photos of him can be found at: reading

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Warren H. Fishel, Company B, 125th Ohio Infantry

My name is Dale F. Fishel, great-grandson of Warren H. Fishel of the 125th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment who was with the 125th at Franklin; both times! Thanks for posting the subject pictures, I appreciate it very much.  I thought … Continue reading

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