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Date: 2015-01-24
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Name: Gregory I. Fickling <>
Date: 2012-09-23
Ancestor Pvt Howell Anthony
Unit Compay F 43rd USCT [Infantry] Regiment
Birth - Death 1942 - 1931
Born in Kentucky, Enlisted in Philadephia,PA and Mustered
Out in Brownsville, TX.


Name: Gregory I. Fickling <>
Date: 2012-07-18
Ancestor Pvt. Charles Cochrane
Unit 3rd US Colored Cavalry,Co. "k"
Birth - Death 1840 -1908
Not from the Southeastern War Sector, but very much a major
contributor to the War in the West (Mississippi Valley), I
would make note of my Ancestor cited above.
My research is based upon NARA and the Army, Center of Military History Center's: Freedom by Sword. Further, I have
submitted and been verified by SUVCW; Final note and thanks to Bennie McRae for his works.


Name: C Green <>
Date: 2010-12-23
Ancestor Cado Mountain
Unit E co 35th Reg
Thank You all for your hard work on this.
CSM Cedric Green


Name: Sharifah Ali <>
Date: 2010-03-11
Thank You

Name: Barbara McQueen Williams <>
Date: 2009-07-13
Ancestor Shakespear Mcqueen
Unit WW1
Birth - Death 1892-1966
My father,Shakespear McQueen,was born in Robeson County, North Carolina. He was drafted in 1917,the same year both his baby daughter and his first wife died. I would appreciate any information anyone may have about this great man who along with his second wife,Marie,adopted me when I was an infant. Thank you for providing such a great website.

Name: Barbara McQueen Williams <>
Date: 2009-07-13
Ancestor Shakespear Mcqueen
Unit WW1
Birth - Death 1892-1966
My father, Shakespear McQueen, was born in Robeson County, North Carolina. He was drafted in 1917,the same year both his baby daughter and his wife died. I have copies of his draft registration records for WW1 and WW1.

Name: Lois Skinner <>
Date: 2009-06-04
Ancestor David Skinner
Unit Company K, US Colored Troops 40th Infantry Regiment
Birth - Death Birth/Apr. 1844/Death unknown at time time
David Skinner, born in Hertford,Perquimans Cty in NC the son of Slant Jr. and Rose Layden Skinner. Married to Louisa Skinner, in 1870 for 30 yrs. from this union their children were Martha,Clara and Chas W.

Name: Preston Lofton <>
Date: 2007-07-30
Ancestor william lofton
Unit looking
Birth - Death unknown
Nice site and good information.

Name: Jordan M. Simmons, III <>
Date: 2007-05-24
Ancestor Jordan Swindel
Unit Company H, 35th USCT
Birth - Death 1835
Thank you for a great site.

Name: Lisa BILLINGS Doan <>
Date: 2007-04-21
Ancestor Lt. Leonard Lorenzo BILLINGS
Unit 35th MA / 1st NC USCT
Birth - Death 1939 Age 96
Thank you so much for your work on this site. It has lead me to have a better understanding of my relative, as well as what was happening across our country.

Name: anatole larokko <>
Date: 2007-01-04
Ancestor jesse brooks
Unit 36 Regiment, F Company
Birth - Death 1842 - unknown
Jesse Brooks is tied to William Brooks in Plymouth, Washington County and I was looking for another documentational tie to my family outside of the U.S. Census that shows the connection. Thank you for your hard work because it gave me exactly what I needed. It also tied the Boyd and Sutton families together out of Bertie, Beaufort, Martin, Washington, and Hyde Counties together. Thank you again

Name: Shirley Wilson <>
Date: 2006-12-19
Ancestor Sanders Kinsey
Unit 37th USCT, Co. K
Birth - Death ? to 1890 or 1891
It was very interesting to read the information on this site. I would encourage anyone who locates an ancestor who served to get a copy of their pension file from the National Archives. The information in them are priceless.

Name: Gary M. Best <>
Date: 2006-12-02
Ancestor Abner Grimes
Unit 14 th Regiment U.S.colored Heavy Artillery
Birth - Death 1841
This site has provided me with excellent information. Thank you so much.
Gary M. Best


Name: Kenneth N.Richards <>
Date: 2006-08-06
Ancestor Nathan Goff, Jr.
Unit 37th USCT
Birth - Death Aug.5,1827- April 4, 1903
I was delighted to find your website. There is very little mention of my ansector, General Goff, in most books about the Civil War. Thank you for all of your efforts.

Name: Darryl Keitth <>
Date: 2006-01-29
Ancestor Pvt Owen Keith
Unit USCT 37th Regiment Comp. C
Birth - Death 1843-1914
Thank you for your efforts. I am very interested in obtaining any information on Company C, especially photographs and narratives of their battles.

Name: Malcolm Beech <>
Date: 2005-12-22
We, the cultural Heritage Museum in Kinston are researching actual battles and other places in NC that the USCT may have been posted. Can you give us any guidance?


Name: Sharon C. Bryant <>
Date: 2005-08-11
I would like for your group to contact me to see if your group wuld like to come and help with our Christmas event Dec.3. Civil War Troops. I can be reach at 1-800-767-1560 ext. 4944.

Name: Jack Robinson <>
Date: 2005-06-03
Ancestor Henry Ward (African American
Unit 14th Reg. USCT, Heavy Artillery
Birth - Death 1839 - 1940

I have located a burial site of an African American male, "Henry Ward," who died at the age of 101, in 1940. I have traced the 1870s census and verified he lived in Onslow County, Jacksonville, North Carolina (White Oak area). I need to verify that this Henry Ward is the same Henry Ward who I located. If so, he is a Civil War Veteran (Union Army), unrecognized.

A Henry Ward, from Onslow County, fought with the 14th Regiment Heavy Artillery (c.1864).

I believe the two are the one and the same.

Anyone can assist me, I would appriciate it. Anyone can call me at 1-910-382-6435 (serious calls only please).

With respect,

Jack Robinson, M.A.

Historical Researcher


Name: Clarence Gibbs <>
Date: 2005-05-10
Ancestor Frank Burgess Jr

Thank you for saving our history i don't know much about
my famliy service history pre-civil war


Name: John B. McGowan <>
Date: 2005-03-13
Ancestor None
Along with eight other volunteer researchers, we set up the NC/USCT web site a few years ago to transcribe the data from the microfilm of ther Regimental Descriptive Books which we purchased from the National Archives in Washington, DC. It has been a long and tedious chore to transcribe these records via microfilm reader and much remains to be done. We are now down to only three volunteers, We are always grateful for any assistance you may offer. We hope that the results will contribute greatly to Black history and genealogy.
John McGowan