We recently visited Shiloh National Military Park – Tennessee where my following ancestors fought in one of the first major battles of the Civil War – April 6-7, 1862.
The following Ancestors fought in the Battle of Shiloh and the following battle of the Siege of Corinth, Mississippi several weeks later at the end of April, 1862.
(*Indicates PATERNAL & #MATERNAL Sides)
U.S. UNION ARMY
- Ulysses S. Grant*- General, US Federal Army – 6th Cousin, 6x removed (Shiloh)
- William Henry Knowles* – Indiana 9th Infantry – 2nd Great Grandfather (Shiloh)
- George Washington Hamilton* – Ohio 38th Infantry H – 3rd Great Grandfather – (Corinth)
- Noah Tuttle* – Iowa 15th Infantry M – Father in Law of 3rd Great Uncle – (Shiloh & Corinth)
- George Washington Wilson* – Ohio 15th Infantry F – 3rd Great Uncle – (Shiloh)
- John Ferrell* – Ohio 19th Infantry H – 4th Great Grandfather – (Shiloh & Corinth)
- Edward Grinstead* – Kentucky 26th Infantry F – Husband of Aunt – (Shiloh & Corinth)
- James L. Grinstead* – Corporal, Indiana 52 Infantry F – Brother in Law of 3rd Great Uncle – (Corinth)
CONFEDERATE STATES ARMY
- William Hampton Price# – Arkansas Boone Regiment B – 1st Cousin 5x removed – (Corinth)
- John Culpepper Price# – Arkansas 4th Infantry – 4th Great Grandfather (Corinth)
- William H. Bolinger* – Arkansas 1st Infantry, G – 4th Great Uncle (Shiloh)
- Joseph Ellison* – Tennessee 4th Infantry H/31st US Volunteer – (Shiloh)
- I will continue to update and correct this page as I find more information.
The U.S. National Cemetery – Shiloh National Park
Confederate Monument – Shiloh National Military Park Tennessee
The Battlefield – Shiloh National Military Park Tennessee