CARTER COUNTY, KENTUCKY MILITARY LEGACY

Written And Compiled By Waukesha Lowe Sammons

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CARTER COUNTY, KENTUCKY SOLDIERS, SAILORS, AIRMEN, MARINES

REMEMBER AND NAME, A - Z

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 WAR OF 1812
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LITTLETON

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THREE SONS OF LEE ANN GODDARD AND JOHN LITTLETON II, WHO SERVED IN THE WAR OF 1812 WERE:
 JOHN JESSIE LITTLETON, JOSEPH LITTLETON AND PHERRIL FIELDING LITTLETON.


LITTLETON, JOHN JESSIE (1791-1877), KENTUCKY MILITIA, WAR OF 1811.
HOMETOWN:  Grayson, Carter County, Kentucky, USA.
OTHER RESIDENCE:  Virginia.  Greenup County, Kentucky.
DATE OF BIRTH:  27 February 1791.
PARENTS:  Lee Ann Goddard and John Littleton II.
GRANDFATHER:  Pherril Littleton.
GREAT-GRANDFATHER:  John Littleton, Immigrant.
SPOUSE:  first wife, Elander “Nellie” Skidmore, wed 6 April 1818.  After Nellie’s death, John married Nellie’s sister, Talitha “Tabitha” Skidmore on 26 August 1826.
ENTERED SERVICE FROM:  Kentucky.
RANK:  Private.
BRANCH OF SERVICE:  Militia.
COMBAT ORGANIZATION:  Captain George Matthews Company of Infantry, 4th Regiment, Kentucky Volunteer Militia, War of 1812.
DATE OF DEATH:  11 May 1877, Carter County, Kentucky.
CEMETERY:  Ison Cemetery, Carter County, Kentucky.
SOURCES:  Census.  Eunice Faydane “Faye” Littleton Pope Burnett (1920-2015), who was a Littleton-Sammons-Family-Historian from Carter County, Kentucky.  Family Interviews.  Findagrave.  Kentucky County Marriages.  War of 1812 Pension Application Files Index, 1812-1815.
NOTE:  I placed my third-great-grandfather, John Jessie Littleton on my ~ Lowe Stephenson Rose Burchfield Murphy Whitt; Littleton Caudill Salisbury Crace Adams Wiley Webb Boone ~ Paternal Family Tree, that I created on Ancestry.


LITTLETON, JOSEPH (1793-1861), KENTUCKY MILITIA, DRUMMER, WAR OF 1812.
HOMETOWN:  Flemingsburg, Fleming County, Kentucky.
OTHER RESIDENCE:  Virginia.  
DATE OF BIRTH:  1793, Loudoun County, Virginia.
PARENTS:  Lee Ann Goddard and John Littleton II.
GRANDFATHER:  Pherril Littleton.
GREAT-GRANDFATHER:  John Littleton, Immigrant.
SPOUSE:  Elizabeth Helphenstine, married 11 September 1814 in Fleming County, Kentucky.
ENTERED SERVICE FROM:  Kentucky.
RANK:  Private and Drummer.
BRANCH OF SERVICE:  Militia.
COMBAT ORGANIZATION:  Captain George Matthew’s Company, Kentucky Militia.
DATE OF DEATH:  20 March 1861, Fleming County, Kentucky.
SOURCES:  Census.  Findagrave.  Kentucky Marrriages.  War of 1812 Pension Application Files Index.
NOTE:  I placed my great-great-great-granduncle, Joseph Littleton on my ~ Lowe Stephenson Rose Burchfield Murphy Whitt; Littleton Caudill Salisbury Crace Adams Wiley Webb Boone ~ Paternal Family Tree, that I created on Ancestry.


LITTLETON, PHERRIL FIELDING LITTLETON (1797-1870), WAR OF 1812.
HOMETOWN:  Pleasant, Fulton County, Illinois.
OTHER RESIDENCE:  Fleming County, Kentucky.
DATE OF BIRTH:  15 June 1797, Fleming County, Kentucky.
PARENTS:  Lee Ann Goddard and John Littleton II.
GRANDFATHER:  Pherril Littleton.
GREAT-GRANDFATHER:  John Littleton, Immigrant.
SPOUSE:  Anna France.                                                                                                                                                                               SON:  Fielding / Fielden Littleton (ca 1844-1863), a Union Army Soldier, Served the State of Illinois, Died of Disease (Pneumonia) in a Regimental Hospital in Jackson, Tennessee during the American Civil War; His First Burial was in the vicinity of Athens, Alabama; His Second Burial was in the U. S. National Cemetery in Corinth, Mississippi.  Note:  See his data Below.

ENTERED SERVICE FROM:  Kentucky.
RANK:  Private.
BRANCH OF SERVICE:  Militia.
COMBAT ORGANIZATION:  Captain Logan and Goodwin’s Company, Kentucky Militia.
DATE OF DEATH:  28 March 1870, Fulton County, Illinois.
CEMETERY:  Littleton Cemetery, Fulton County, Illinois.
SOURCES:  Census.  Findagrave.  War of 1812 Pension Application Files Index.                                                                                   NOTE:  I placed my great-great-great-granduncle, Pherril Fielding Littleton on my ~ Lowe Stephenson Rose Burchfield Murphy Whitt; Littleton Caudill Salisbury Crace Adams Wiley Webb Boone ~ Paternal Family Tree, that I created on Ancestry.

                               CIVIL WAR ILLINOIS SERVICE OF ANNA & PHERRIL LITTLETON’S SON, FIELDING:

LITTLETON, FIELDING / FIELDEN (ca 1844-1863), D. O. D. UNION ARMY, CIVIL WAR.
HOMETOWN:  Pleasant, Fulton County, Illinois, USA.
OTHER RESIDENCE:  Bernadotte, Fulton County, Illinois.
DATE OF BIRTH:  circa 1844, Pleasant, Fulton County, Illinois.
PARENTS:  Anna France and Pherril Fielding Littleton, War of 1812 Soldier, Kentucky Militia.
ENTERED SERVICE FROM:  Illinois.
ENLISTMENT DATE:  Enlisted at age 18, on 14 August 1862.  Mustered in on 2 October 1862 in Peoria, Illinois.  
DISCHARGE DATE:  15 March 1863 at Jackson, Tennessee, when he Died of Disease, Pneumonia.
RANK:  Private.
BRANCH OF SERVICE:  Infantry.
COMBAT ORGANIZATION:  Company I, 103rd Regiment, Illinois Infantry.
                                                                                          DATE OF DEATH:  15 March 1863 at Union Regimental Hospital, Jackson, Tennessee.  On the Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, Fielding Littleton died February 24, 1863 in a Regimental Hospital of Pneumonia.
FIRST BURIAL:  In the Vicinity of Athens, Alabama.
SECOND BURIAL:  National Cemetery, Corinth Mississippi.
SOURCES:  Census.  Findagrave.  Illinois, Database of Illinois Veterans Index.  U. S. Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries.  U. S. Civil War Roll of Honor, 1861-1865.  U. S. Civil War Soldiers.  U. S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles.  U. S. National Cemetery Interment Control Forms in Corinth, Mississippi National Cemetery.  U. S. Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865.  War of 1812 Pension Application Files Index.
NOTE:  I placed my great-great-great-granduncle, Pherril Fielding Littleton on my ~ Lowe Stephenson Rose Burchfield Murphy Whitt; Littleton Caudill Salisbury Crace Adams Wiley Webb Boone ~ Paternal Family Tree, that I created on Ancestry.
NOTE:  I placed my first-cousin-four-times-removed , Fielding Littleton on my ~ Lowe Stephenson Rose Burchfield Murphy Whitt; Littleton Caudill Salisbury Crace Adams Wiley Webb Boone ~ Paternal Family Tree, that I created on Ancestry.

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AMERICAN CIVIL WAR

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EVERMAN

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EVERMAN, HENRY C.  (1839-1862), DIED OF DISEASE, UNION ARMY, CIVIL WAR.
HOMETOWN:  Grayson, Carter County, Kentucky, USA.
DATE OF BIRTH:  20 December 1839, Carter County, Kentucky.
PARENTS:  Elizabeth W. Toler and William Everman.
GRANDPARENTS:  Margaret and Stephen Toler.
SPOUSE:  Berintha Gee.
ENTERED SERVICE FROM:  Kentucky.
ENLISTMENT DATE:  2 October 1861 in Paintsville, Kentucky.  22 October 1861 in Grayson, Carter County, Kentucky.  10 January 1862.
DISCHARGE DATE:  8 October 1862 at Gallipolis, Ohio; Died of Disease.
RANK:  Private.
BRANCH OF SERVICE:  Infantry.
COMBAT ORGANIZATION:  Company H, 22nd Regiment, Kentucky Infantry, Union Army, Civil War.
BATTLES, CAMPAIGNS, THEATRES:
DATE OF DEATH:  October 1862, Gallipolis, Gallia County, Ohio.  Day of Death varied on documents from 8th, 21st and 22nd.  Died of Disease, Typhoid Fever.
CEMETERY:  Everman Cemetery, Gregoryville, Carter County, Kentucky.
WIDOW FILED FOR MILITARY PENSION:  6 April 1863.
LETTER OF DECLARATIONY CONCERNING PRIVATE HENRY C. EVERMAN:  29 April 1865, handwritten by Stephen Neithercutt, Captain of Company H, 22nd Kentucky Volunteers.
MINOR, GRANDSON FILED FOR MILITARY PENSION:  23 April 1874.
SOURCES:  Census.  Findagrave.  Civil War Letter of Declaration.  U. S. Civil War and Later Wars Index to Remarried Widow Pension Applications.  U. S. Civil War Pension Index.  U. S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865.  U. S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles.  U. S. Register of Deaths of Bolunteers, 1861-1865.  U. S. Union Soldiers Compiled Records, 1861-1865.
NOTE:  I placed Henry C. Everman on my ~ Lowe Stephenson Rose Burchfield Murphy Whitt; Littleton Caudill Salisbury Crace Adams Wiley Webb Boone ~ Paternal Family Tree, that I created on Ancestry.

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GEE

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CHAMPNESS WATERS GEE AND ROBERT GEE, BROTHERS

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GEE, CHAMPNESS WATERS (1836-1910), WOUNDED, UNION ARMY, CIVIL WAR.
HOMETOWN:  Grayson, Carter County, Kentucky, USA.
OTHER RESIDENCE:  Catlettsburg, Boyd County, Kentucky.  Upper Tygart, Carter County, Kentucky.  Enterprise, Carter County, Kentucky.   
DATE OF BIRTH:  29 February 1836, Carter County, Kentucky.
PARENTS:  Sarah James and David Palmer Gee.
SPOUSE:  Amanda Littleton, daughter of Talitha Tabitha Skidmore and John Jessie Littleton III, War of 1812 Soldier.
ENTERED SERVICE FROM:  Kentucky.
ENLISTMENT DATE:  2 October 1861 in Paintsville, Kentucky.  14 October 1861 in Grayson, Kentucky.  10 January 1862.
DISCHARGE DATE:  20 January 1865 in Louisville, Kentucky.
RANK:  Private.
BRANCH OF SERVICE:  Infantry.
COMBAT ORGANIZATION:  Company H, 22nd Regiment, Kentucky Infantry, Union Army, American Civil War.
1890 VETERANS SCHEDULES:  Kentucky, Carter County, Champness W. Gee, Private, 22nd KY INF, enlisted 22 October 1861 – Feburary 1865.  “Wounded In Arm.”
DATE OF DEATH:  August 1910, Kentucky.
CEMETERY:  Gee Cemetery, Hayward, Carter County, Kentucky.
INVALID FILED FOR MILITARY PENSION:  2 January 1880.
WIDOW FILED FOR MILITARY PENSION:  16 July 1910.
SOURCES:  Census.  1890 Veterans Schedules.  Findagrave.  Kentucky Marriage Records.  U. S. Civil War Pension Index.  U. S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865.  U. S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles.  U. S. Union Soldiers Compiled Service Records, 1861-1865.
NOTE:  I placed Champness Waters Gee on my ~ Lowe Stephenson Rose Burchfield Murphy Whitt; Littleton Caudill Salisbury Crace Adams Wiley Webb Boone ~ Paternal Family Tree, that I created on Ancestry


GEE, ROBERT (1837-1924), WOUNDED, UNION ARMY, AMERICAN CIVIL WAR.
HOMETOWN:  Grayson, Carter County, Kentucky, USA.
OTHER RESIDENCE:  Pleasant Valley, Carter County, Kentucky.   
DATE OF BIRTH:  6 March 1837, Kentucky on the 1900 Census.  Born 6 March 1840 on the Kentucky Death Record.
PARENTS:  Sarah James and David Palmer Gee.
GRANDFATHER:  John W. James.
SPOUSE:  Celitha Jacobs, first wife.  Ella E. Eifort, second wife.
ENTERED SERVICE FROM:  Kentucky.
ENLISTMENT DATE: 2 October 1861 in Paintsville, Kentucky.   22 October 1861 in Grayson,   Carter County, Kentucky.  10 January 1862.
DISCHARGE DATE:  20 January 1865 in Louisville, Kentucky.
RANK:  Private to Corporal, Promoted on 1 March 1863.   
BRANCH OF SERVICE:  Infantry.
COMBAT ORGANIZATION:  Company H, 22nd Regiment, Kentucky Infantry.
1890 VETERANS SCHEDULES:  Corporal, Company H, 22nd Regiment, Kentucky Infantry.  “Shot In Foot.”
FILED INVALID MILITARY PENSION:  2 June 1890.
1910 CENSUS:  Listed as a Union Army Veteran.
DATE OF DEATH:  29 February 1924, Carter County, Kentucky.
WIDOW FILED MILITARY PENSION:  19 March 1924.
CEMETERY:  Gee Cemetery, Gregoryville, Carter County, Kentucky.
SOURCES:  Census.  Civil War Pension Index.  1890 Veterans Schedules.  Findagrave.  Kentucky Death Records.  Kentucky County Marriages.  U. S. Civil War Records and Profiles, 1861-1865.  U. S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865.  U. S. Union Soldiers compiled Service Records, 1861-1865.
NOTE:  I placed Robert Gee on my ~ Lowe Stephenson Rose Burchfield Murphy Whitt; Littleton Caudill Salisbury Crace Adams Wiley Webb Boone ~ Paternal Family Tree, that I created on Ancestry.

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JACKSON

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JAMES JACKSON AND JASPER JACKSON, BROTHERS:
THREATENED INTO CONFEDERATE ARMY MILITARY SERVICE,
AS CSA SOLDIERS, FORCED TO FIGHT AT THE BATTLE OF MIDDLE CREEK,
ESCAPED, TURNED THEMSELVES IN TO UNION FORCES, PARDONED,
SWORE THE OATH, SERVED IN THE UNION ARMY.


JACKSON, JAMES (ca 1838-    ), WOUNDED, CONFEDERATE STATES ARMY AND UNION ARMY, AMERICAN CIVIL WAR.
HOMETOWN:  Grayson, Carter County, Kentucky, USA.
OTHER RESIDENCE:  Harlan County, Magoffin County, Johnson County, Kentucky.   
DATE OF BIRTH:  circa 1838, Virginia and Kentucky on documents.
PARENTS:  Elizabeth and Abner Jackson.
ENTERED SERVICE FROM:  Kentucky.
ENLISTMENT DATE:  20 July 1863 in Grayson, Kentucky.  29 September 1863.
DISCHARGE DATE:  30 December 1864 at Catlettsburg, Kentucky.
RANK:  Corporal.
BRANCH OF SERVICE:  Infantry.
COMBAT ORGANIZATION:  5th Regiment, Kentucky Cavalry, Confederate States Army, Civil War.  Company K, 40th Regiment, Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, Union Army, Civil War.
BATTLES, CAMPAIGNS, THEATRES:  10 January 1862, Battle of Middle Creek, Confederate States Army Soldier, as a civilian, who had been captured and threatened into military service.
MILITARY CIVIL WAR PENSION DOCUMENT OF DEPOSITION, GRAYSON, CARTER COUNTY, KENTUCKY:  6 June 1898:  James Jackson declared, “I am 63 years old. ... served in [the Union Army in] Co K, 40 KY Vol Inf from September 1863 to December 30, 1864 ...
~ and in the Confederate Service ... the Confederates came into the neighborhood and captured me and my brother, Jasper Jackson and a number of others.  They threatened us if we did not go with them ... We intended to escape the first chance we got ...
 ~ Henry Horton of this place was in the same outfit.  I believe my captains name was Hunter, but he is dead. ... It may have been the 5th Regiment, Kentucky Cavalry [CSA] ... I believe I was swore into Confederate service at Hager hill near Paintsville, Kentucky ... about January 1862 ... or earlier ... about 6 weeks.
 ~ I was in the Middle Creek fight under Humphrey Marshall, which was in January or February 1862 ... Marshall was driven back into Virginia by General Garfield ...
 ~ myself and 6 others ran away after dark, while we were still in Kentucky.  This was about a week after the Middle Creek fight ... and three of us, Dan and Jim Bailey and myself came back to Paintsville, Kentucky and laid out into the woods about a week and then west into Paintsville and gave ourself up to the Union Forces.  We were not taken prisoners, but gave ourselves up willingly and were paroled.  That is, we took the oath not to fight any more against the Union and were then set free.”
SOURCES:  Census.  1890 Veterans Schedules.  Military Civil War Pension Document of Deposition.  U. S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865.  U. S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles, 1861-1865.
NOTE:  I placed James Jackson on my ~ Lowe Stephenson Rose Burchfield Murphy Whitt; Littleton Caudill Salisbury Crace Adams Wiley Webb Boone ~ Paternal Family Tree, that I created on Ancestry.


JACKSON, JASPER (1843-1932), INJURED, BATTLE OF MIDDLE CREEK SERVING IN THE CONFEDERATE STATES ARMY, SWITCHED TO THE UNION ARMY, AMERICAN CIVIL WAR.
HOMETOWN:  Grayson, Carter County, Kentucky, USA.
OTHER RESIDENCE:  Harlan County and Johnson County, Kentucky.  Aden, Carter County, Kentucky.
DATE OF BIRTH:  October 1843, Kentucky.  Born 20 August 1842 on Kentucky Death Record.
PARENTS:  Elizabeth and Abner Jackson.
SPOUSE:  First wed, Mary Ann “Polly” Salisbury (ca 1830-1912), widow of Union Army Soldier, George Washington Littleton, Sr., who had Died of Disease, while serving in the Civil War.  George (Union Army) and Jasper (Confederate Army) were on opposing sides, fighting in the Battle of Middle Creek on the 10th of January 1862 in Kentucky.  [Mary and George were my great-great-grandparents.  Their son, George Washington C.  Littleton, Jr. was my great-grandfather.]
SECOND SPOUSE:  Peggie Blanton.
ENTERED SERVICE FROM:  Kentucky.
ENLISTMENT DATE:  1861.  9 October 1862 in Peach Orchard, Kentucky.  6 February 1863.
DISCHARGE DATE:  15 September 1865 at Louisville, Kentucky.
RANK:  Private.  Sergeant.
BRANCH OF SERVICE:  Infantry.
COMBAT ORGANIZATION:  Company K, 5th Regiment, Kentucky Cavalry, Confederate States Army, Civil War.  Company I and K, 39th Regiment, Kentucky Infantry, Union Army, Civil War.
CIVIL WAR INJURY:  “Right shoulder broken, thrown from a horse in a battle charge.”
BATTLE OF MIDDLE CREEK, KENTUCKY:  10 January 1862, Battle of Middle Creek, Confederate States Army Soldier, as a civilian, who had been captured and threatened into military service.
FILED MILITARY INVALID PENSION:  12 March 1890.
MILITARY CIVIL WAR PENSION DOCUMENT OF DEPOSITION, GRAYSON, CARTER COUNTY, KENTUCKY:  6 June 1898:  James Jackson declared, “I am 63 years old. ... served in [the Union Army in] Co K, 40 KY Vol Inf from September 1863 to December 30, 1864 ...
~ and in the Confederate Service ... the Confederates came into the neighborhood and captured me and my brother, Jasper Jackson and a number of others.  They threatened us if we did not go with them ... We intended to escape the first chance we got ...
 ~ Henry Horton of this place was in the same outfit.  I believe my captains name was Hunter, but he is dead. ... It may have been the 5th Regiment, Kentucky Cavalry [CSA] ... I believe I was swore into Confederate service at Hager hill near Paintsville, Kentucky ... about January 1862 ... or earlier ... about 6 weeks.
 ~ I was in the Middle Creek fight under Humphrey Marshall, which was in January or February 1862 ... Marshall was driven back into Virginia by General Garfield ...
 ~ myself and 6 others ran away after dark, while we were still in Kentucky.  This was about a week after the Middle Creek fight ... and three of us, Dan and Jim Bailey and myself came back to Paintsville, Kentucky and laid out into the woods about a week and then west into Paintsville and gave ourself up to the Union Forces.  We were not taken prisoners, but gave ourselves up willingly and were paroled.  That is, we took the oath not to fight any more against the Union and were then set free."                                                                               
DATE OF DEATH:  17 July 1932, Johnson, County, Kentucky.
CEMETERY:  Hitchcock Cemetery, Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky.
SOURCES:  Census.  1890 Veterans Schedules.  Findagrave.  Kentucky Death Records.  U. S. Civil War Pension Index.  U. S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865.  U. S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles.  U. S. Headstone Applications for Military Veterans.  
NOTE:  I placed Jasper Jackson on my ~ Lowe Stephenson Rose Burchfield Murphy Whitt; Littleton Caudill Salisbury Crace Adams Wiley Webb Boone ~ Paternal Family Tree, that I created on Ancestry.

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LITTLETON

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FIVE SONS OF JOHN JESSIE LITTLETON (WAR OF 1812) AND TALITHA SKIDMORE 

SERVED IN THE UNION ARMY IN THE CIVIL WAR.
TWO SONS RETURNED HOME – ANDREW JACKSON AND JAMES MONROE.
                                 THREE SONS DIED – GEORGE WASHINGTON, JOHN J. AND WILLIAM L. 
                               


LITTLETON, ANDREW JACKSON (1840-1902), BATTLE OF MIDDLE CREEK, COURT MARTIAL, NOT GUILTY OF DESERTION CHARGE, LOSS OF TWELVE MONTHS PAY, HOSPITALIZED, UNION ARMY, AMERICAN CIVIL WAR.
HOMETOWN:  Grayson, Carter County, Kentucky, USA.
OTHER RESIDENCE:  Pleasant Valley and McGlone in Carter County, Kentucky.  
DATE OF BIRTH:  August 1840, Kentucky.
PARENTS:  Talitha Tabitha Skidmore and John Jessie Littleton III, War of 1812 Soldier.
GRANDPARENTS:  Lee Ann Goddard and John Littleton II.
SPOUSE:  Margaret Elizabeth Counts.
ENTERED SERVICE FROM:  Kentucky.
ENLISTMENT DATE:  10 October 1861 in Paintsville, Kentucky.  Enlisted 10 January 1862.
DISCHARGE DATE:  20 January 1865 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky.
RANK:  Private.
BRANCH OF SERVICE:  Infantry.
COMBAT ORGANIZATION:  Company E, 22nd Regiment, Kentucky Infantry, Union Army, American Civil War.
BATTLE OF MIDDLE CREEK, KENTUCKY:  10 January 1862.
UNION ARMY CIVIL WAR MUSTER ROLL:
~ “Absent without-leave from April 15, 1862 to March 11, 1864.
~ May and June 1864, Present.  “Sentence of Brig. Gen’l P. St. George Cooke, forfeiture of all pay from April 15th to March 11th 1864 and make good the time lost the Government.
~ September and October 1864.  “To forfeit to United States Government 12 months pay by Decision of G.C.M.”
~ 20 January 1865, Muster-Out Roll, Louisville, Kentucky.  Last Paid to Feb 28, 1862.  “To forfeit to U. S. Gov.  The 12 March Pay by Decision of G. C. M. was paid in Hospital in B. Rouge, Louisiana for January, February, March and April 1864.  Charge of Desertion Removed.
WAR DEPARTMENT ADJUTANT GENERAL’S OFFICE, WASHINGTON:
 ~ 4 September 1878, “Restored to duty without trial on condition of forfeiting pay and allowances while absent and making good time lost by (unreadable) HD QRS. Baton Rouge, Louisiana of March 12, 1864.  Tried by General Court Martial on the charge of desertion, found not guilty, but guilty of absence without leave from April 15, 1862 to March 11, 1864.  (The period covered by the order above mentioned) and sentenced to forfeit to the U. S. twelve (12) months pay.
~ 2 November 1883, Charge of Desertion is Removed.
FILED MILITARY INVALID PENSION:  1 June 1878.
WIDOW FILED MILITARY PENSION:  12 May 1902.   
DATE OF DEATH:  5 May 1902.
CEMETERY:  Hannah Cemetery, Carter County, Kentucky.  Headstone deteriorated.
SOURCES:  American Civil War Soldiers.  Census.  1890 Veterans Schedules.  Findagrave.  Global Findagrave.  Kentucky Marriage Records.  U. S. Civil War Pension Index, 1861-1865.  U. S. Civil War Soldiers.  U. S. Civil War Soldiers Records and Profiles, 1861-1865.  U. S. Civil War Union Army Muster Rolls.  U. S. Union Soldiers Compiled Service Records, 1861-1865.  War Department Adjutant General’s Office Documents.
NOTE:  I placed my great-great-granduncle, Andrew Jackson Littleton on my ~ Lowe Stephenson Rose Burchfield Murphy Whitt; Littleton Caudill Salisbury Crace Adams Wiley Webb Boone ~ Paternal Family Tree, that I created on Ancestry.


LITTLETON, GEORGE WASHINGTON C., SR. (ca 1830-1864), BATTLE OF MIDDLE CREEK, CAPTURED WHILE ON LEAVE, PRISONER OF WAR, RETURNED TO HIS REGIMENT, LOSS OF PAY, OWED THE MILITARY FOR THE LOSS OF HIS GUN AND ACCOUTREMENTS STOLEN BY REBELS WHEN SEIZED, HOSPITALIZED, DIED OF DISEASE, DISCHARGE BY DEATH, AFFECTS WERE ONE KNAPSACK, ONE BLANKET AND TWO PAIR OF PANTS, UNION ARMY, AMERICAN CIVIL WAR.
HOMETOWN:  Grayson, Carter County, Kentucky, USA.
DATE OF BIRTH:  ca 1830 in Greenup County, Kentucky.
PARENTS:  Talitha Tabitha Skidmore and John Jessie Littleton III, War of 1812.
GRANDPARENTS:  Lee Ann Goddard and John Littleton II.
SPOUSE:  first wed 13 May 1850, Mary Ann “Polly” Salisbury (1830-1912), daughter of Levisa Johnson and Milton Salisbury and granddaughter of Nancy Elkins and William “The Elder” Salisbury.
~ On the 10th of January 1862, George Littleton, Sr. (Union Army Soldier) and Jasper Jackson (a Confederate Army Soldier, who would become the second husband of widow, Mary Salisbury) were fighting on opposing sides in the Battle of Middle Creek in Kentucky.  
~ On 14th of December 1867, Mary, a Civil War Union Army Widow, married Jasper Jackson (1843-1931), a Confederate and Union Army Soldier, nearly 13 years younger than Mary.
~ Guardianship Court Document, 3 Dec 1868, Carter County, Kentucky, William Salisbury II declared that he was the guardian of the children of his sister and brother-in-law, Mary and George Washington Littleton, Sr.
~On the 1870 Census, Jasper Jackson was head of household and married to Mary.  George Washington C. Littleton, Sr. and Mary’s children were listed with the last name of their step-father – Jackson.
SON:  George Washington Littleton, Jr., who married first, Roseanna Caudill.  Their children were:  Elijah Milton Littleton, Sarilda Ann Littleton, Jesse Harrison Littleton, Marryle Levisa “Louisa” “Visa” Littleton and Roy Littleton.

















GRANDDAUGHTER:  Marryle Levisa “Louisa” “Visa” Littleton, who married James Franklin Lowe.













GREAT-GRANDSON:  Technical Sergeant Albert Roy Lowe, Killed-In-Action, 16 September 1944, Mance Ravine, Gravelotte, France, World War II.  Served in Company G, 359th Infantry Regiment, 90th Infantry Division, Bradley’s First Army, Patton’s Third Army.  Awarded the Silver Star Medal for actions taken on the Fourth of July 1944.





















GREAT-GREAT-GRANDDAUGHTER OF ROSEANNA CAUDILL AND GEORGE WASHINGTON C. LITTLETON, SR.:  Waukesha Lowe, who married Calvin Ray Sammons.
ENTERED SERVICE FROM:  Kentucky.
ENLISTMENT DATES:  ~10 October 1861 in Carter County, Kentucky in Captain Ellis’ Company E, 22nd Regiment, Kentucky infantry, Union Army, Civil War.
~ 10 January 1862 in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky in Buell’s Company, Union Army, Civil War.  On this day George Littleton, Sr. fought in The Battle of Middle Creek.
~ 29 September 1862, Company K, First Regiment, Paroled Forces, Camp Lew Wallace, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, Union Army, Union Army, Civil War.
MUSTERED OUT:  1 August 1864 at New Orleans, Louisiana, Died of Disease, Discharge By Death.  
RANK:  Private.
BRANCH OF SERVICE:  Infantry.                                                                                                                                                       COMBAT ORGANIZATION:  ~ 10 October 1861, Captain Ellis’ Company E, 22nd Regiment, Kentucky Infantry, Union Army, Civil War.
~ 10 January 1862, Buell’s Company, Union Army, Civil War.
~ 28 September 1862, Deserted at Camp Chase, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, Union Army.
~ 29 September and October 1862, Company K, First Regiment, Paroled Forces, Camp Lew Wallace, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, Union Army, Civil War.
~ 1864, Company E, 22nd Regiment, Kentucky Infantry, New Orleans, Louisiana, Union Army, Civil War.
MILITARY LOCATIONS AND SITUATIONS:
~10 October 1861, Captain Ellis’ Company E, 22nd Regiment, Kentucky infantry, Union Army, Civil War.
~ 10 January 1862 in Buell’s Company.  This company was mustered into the service of the State of Kentucky on 12 December 1861 and from that time to this date of muster, now engaged in doing duty as United States Troops.
~ 28 September 1862, Deserted at Camp Chase, Ohio.
~ 29 September 1862, Company K, First Regiment, Paroled Forces, Camp Lew Wallace, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, Union Army, Union Army, Civil War.
~  Reported Present October 31, 1862, Company K, First Regiment, Paroled Forces, Station, Camp Lew Wallace, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio.
~ November 1862, Listed as having left Camp Wallace, Ohio.
~ December 1863, Union Military Command Post, Cattlettsburg, Boyd County, Kentucky.
~ July 1864, New Orleans, Louisiana.
MEMORANDUM FROM PRISONER OF WAR RECORDS, 1862:  George C. Littleton, Private, Company E, 22nd Kentucky Infantry.  Paroled Forces, Company K, Captured September 2?, 1862, Paroled September 29, 1862.  Reported Present at Camp Wallace, Ohio, October 31, 1862.  Name ... on list of absentees from Camp Wallace, Ohio, dated November 19, 1862 as left, November 8, 1862, No later records.
UNION ARMY COMPANY MUSTER ROLLS:  George C. Littleton, Private Company E, 22nd Regiment, Kentucky Infantry.  Present for September and October 1862, on Muster roll of Company K, First Regiment, Paroled Forces, Station, Camp Lew Wallace, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio.
PROVOST MARSHALL LETTER, NINETH DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY, GREENUPSBURG, DECEMBER 13, 1863:
Major R. M. Thomas
     Commandant of Post
          Cattlettsburg, Kentucky.
Major:
     I send you George C. Littleton of Company C, 22nd Kentucky Infantry, who was left sick at home in Powell Co., Ky and reported himself at Camp Chase, Ohio and had verbal leave to go home, was taken prisoner while on his way [back] to the Regiment.  He has been trying to get to his regiment-in-earnest.  I have no doubt.  He came in and gave himself up and desired to be transferred to his Regiment.
                                                                                    I Am Very Respectfully
                                                                                            Your Obedient Servant
                                                                                                 William C. Grier
                                                                                                      Capt & Provost Marshall

NOTE:  In 1872 Greenupsburg was shortened to Greenup.
UNION ARMY COMPANY MUSTER ROLLS:
~ January and February 1864.  “Sentence of General P. St. George Cooke forfeiture of all Pay from 22nd day of September 1862 to 19th day of January 1864 and make good the time lost to Government (Gun and Accoutrements lost by being Captured by the Rebels).”
COMPANY DESCRIPTIVE BOOK OF THE ORGANIZATION NAMED:  George Littleton, Co. E, 22 Regiment, Kentucky Infantry.  30 years of age.  5 foot 11 inches tall.  Dark complexion, eyes and hair.  Born Greenup County, Kentucky.  Farmer.  Enlisted October 10, 1861 at Grayson By Captain Ellis for 3 years.  Died August 1, 1864 in Hospital in New Orleans.
DESCRIPTIVE LIST OF DESERTERS ARRESTED:  Signed by Provost Marshall, Nineth District of Kentucky, December 13, 1863.  George C. Littleton, Private, “Company E, 22nd Regiment, Kentucky Infantry.
~ 28 September 1862, Deserted at Camp Chase, Ohio.
~ 13 December 1863, Arrested, “Gave himself up and desired to be returned to his Regiment”.
DATE OF DEATH:  1 August 1864, United States General Hospital Barracks, Hospital No. 892, New Orleans, Louisiana.
CAUSE OF DEATH:  Died of Disease, Chronic Diarrhea.
RECORD OF DEATH AND INTERMENT:  George C. Littleton.  893 Monument Cemetery.   22nd Kentucky, Private, Co. E.  Enlisted Carter County, Kentucky.  Married.  34 years of age. American.  Date of Death and Burial, August 1, 1864.  Cause of death, Chronic Diarrhea.  Effects, 1 knapsack, 1 blanket, 2 pair of pants.
DISCHARGE BY DEATH DOCUMENT:  George Littleton, a Private of Captain A. Bruce, Company E, 22nd Regiment, Kentucky Infantry Volunteers, ... having served honestly and faithfully with his company in the Field to the present dates is now entitled to a Discharged by reason of Deceased, Died August 1, 1864. ... He has received from the united States Clothing amounting to One Hundred Thirteen and 81/100 dollars, since the day of Enlistment. 
BURIAL:  1 August, 1864.  Original place of burial, Monument Cemetery, New Orleans, Louisiana.  Square Number in Cemetery, 6.  Grave Number in Square, 61.
CEMETERY:  Chalmette National Cemetery, Chalmette, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, Plot, Section 52.  Grave Number 4115.
WIDOW FILED FOR MILITARY PENSION:  6 March 1865.  Mary E. Littleton, widow.
MINOR FILED FOR MILITARY PENSION:  15 January 1869, minor, grandson, W. Salsbury.
SOURCES:  American Civil War Soldiers.  Appalachia Crossroads, The Caudill Family, Volume 3 by Clayton R. Cox, ca 1993.  Census.  Civil War Pension Index.  Company Descriptive Book of the Organization Named Above.  Descriptive List of Deserts Arrested.  Discharge By Death Document.  Findagrave.  Hospital Record Subject to the Order of the Surgeon.  Memorandum From Prisoner of War Records.  Military Final Statement of Private George Littleton.  Provost Marshall Letter.  Record of Death and Interment.  Union Army Muster Rolls.  U. S. Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960.  U. S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865.  U. S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles.  U. S. National Cemetery Interment Control Forms.  U. S. Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865.  U. S. Union Soldiers Compiled Service Records, 1861-1865.    
NOTE:  I placed my paternal great-great-grandfather, George Washington C. Littleton, Sr., on my ~ Lowe Stephenson Rose Burchfield Murphy Whitt; Littleton Caudill Salisbury Crace Adams Wiley Webb Boone ~ Paternal Family Tree, that I created on Ancestry.
















LITTLETON, JAMES MONROE , SR. (1846-1918), A. W. O. L., RETURNED TO REGIMENT, HOSPITALIZED, HONORABLE DISCHARGE, LOSS OF FINGER, UNION ARMY, AMERICAN CIVIL WAR.
HOMETOWN:  Grayson, Carter County, Kentucky, USA.
OTHER RESIDENCE:  Saulsberry, Carter County, Kentucky.
DATE OF BIRTH:  11 June 1846, Carter County, Kentucky, USA.
PARENTS:  Talitha Tabitha Skidmore and John Jesse Littleton III, War of 1812 Soldier.
SPOUSE:  Mary Elizabeth Sammons, first wife, wed 25 May 1865.  Mary Ann Lyons, second wife, wed 23 November 1906.
ENTERED SERVICE FROM:  Kentucky.
ENLISTMENT AT AGE FIFTEEN:  5 October 1862 in Scotsville, Ohio for a 3 year period.   
DISCHARGE DATE:  Honorable Discharge, 19 November 1864.   
RANK:  Private.
BRANCH OF SERVICE:  Infantry.
COMBAT ORGANIZATION:  Company E, 22nd Regiment, Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, Union Army, American Civil War.
~ Contrary to the military paper trail, he was NOT transferred to Company C, 7th Regiment, Kentucky Infantry, Union Army during the American Civil War.  He had previously been mustered out of service in the 22nd Regiment on 19 November 1864.  Therefore, he was never in the 7th Regiment in 1865.
CHARGE OF DESERTION:
~ Deserted 20 October 1862, absent without leave (on the advice of an older brother).
~ Voluntarily gave himself up 6 March 1864.  Military Post, Catlettsburg, Kentucky.  
~ Returned to Regiment from Desertion 9 June 1864.
~ Admitted to Barracks General Hospital, New Orleans, Louisiana on 5 September 1864 with bronchitis (or Aypho-Malarial Fever) fever.
~ Since 3 September – 31 October 1864, Absent in Hospital at New Orleans, Louisiana.
~ Furloughed 19 September 1864 for 61 days.  He never returned from ... furlough due to illness.
~ It was later proven, that on 19 November 1864, he received an honorable discharge; and there was no court-martial trial.
~ The false military paper trail of Littleton being in Company C, 7th Regiment, Kentucky Infantry continued to expand from one department to another.
DESCRIPTION LIST OF DESERTERS, JULY 31, 1865:  “James Littleton, Private Company C, 7th Regiment, Kentucky Infantry, was transferred from Co. E, 22 KY Volunteer Infantry on December 1864 by S.O. No. 96 from District Baton Rouge and Port Hudson, Louisiana.  Went home one or two months (the Description List failed to state) before the transfer on sick leave and has never returned nor sent any certificates of Disability.  There is a stoppage against him for transportation of $7.90.” 
 ~ War Department Record and Pension Division, Stamped Feb. 28, 1881 or 1891.  “James Littleton, Deserted 1 July 1865, Company C, 7th Kentucky Veterans Volunteer Infantry, to which he had been transferred.  Application for removal of charge of desertion and for an honorable discharge in this case has been denied.”  Littleton never joined the 7th Regiment.      
FILED INVALID MILITARY PENSION:  18 July 1890.
WAR DEPARTMENT, FEBRUARY 1891:  “James Littleton enrolled October 5, 1862 and deserted July 1, 1865 in Company C, 7th Kentucky Veterans Volunteer Infantry to which transferred.  Application for removal of charge of desertion and for an honorable discharge in this case has been denied.”  [Littleton’s service in the 7th Regiment was untrue.  His transfer did not take place.  Yet this mistake, continued to be written on his military records.]

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE REPORT, No. 2800, 51st Congress, 1st Session, Kentucky, July 23, 1890:  “James Littleton.  Littleton was a mere boy when the desertion from Company E, Twenty-second Kentucky Infantry Volunteers, took place, and was persuaded by an older brother to desert.  His youth and his voluntarily rejoining his command merits the removal of the charge against him.”
     “The proof of three of his neighbors shows that from the time he arrived home in October 1864, until the fall of 1865, he was sick and unable to return to the Army, owing to his physical condition.”
     “Your committee are satisfied that he was sick and unable to return to his command from the expiration of his furlough until the expiration of his term of service.”
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE REPORT, No. 1180, 58th Congress 2nd Session, Kentucky, February 23, 1904.  “James Littleton.  This soldier, now 57 years of age, enlisted ... October 5, 1862.  Fifteen days thereafter he deserted and was absent in desertion until March 6, 1864, when he gave himself up to the provost-marshal of the Ninth Kentucky district.  He appears to have been held in restraint until June 9, 1864, when he was returned to his regiment.  On September 5, 1864, he was sent to hospital with bronchitis, and was furloughed from the hospital on September 19, 1864, for sixty days, and was honorable discharged to date November 19, 1864.”
     “The War Department has no record that he was tried by court-martial or that any other action was taken upon the charge of desertion of October 20, 1862.”
     “... the soldier testified that he was under 16 years of age at time of enlistment; that his father had tried to procure his release from the Army by habeas corpus but failed; that he had four brothers besides himself in the company and regiment; that his parents were thus left alone; that he had almost given out on a march on the day before he left in October, 1862 and was advised by his oldest brother to go home; that he did so and remained at home until March, 1864, when he voluntarily gave himself up.”
     “... those who had authority to try him for desertion by court-martial also were satisfied that he did not desert with the intention never to return.”
     “ ... Mr. Keboe ... has stated that the beneficiary’s family was one of the most patriotic ones in the county, four brothers besides the beneficiary having rendered service in the Union Army.
SENATE REPORT, N0. 1480, 58th Congress, 2nd Session, Kentucky, March 14 1904:  “James Littleton.  Medical and other testimony filed with your committee shows that the soldier is now suffering from chronic intestinal dyspepsia, much flatulence, abdominal pains, alternating diarrhea and constipation, anemia, muscular weakness ... so that he is totally disable by reason thereof for the performance of manual labor.   
DECLARATION DOCUMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF OBTAINING AN INCREASE OF PENSION: Swore 11 May 1912 by James Littleton.  Has a current Penison Payment of $27 per month for chronic diarrhea, indigestion piles, disease of rectum, lumbago and loss of left index finger.
DATE OF DEATH:  30 July 1918, Carter County, Kentucky.                                                                                                        CEMETERY:  Littleton – Carroll Cemetery, Fultz, Carter County, Kentucky.
SOURCES:  American Civil War Soldiers.  Census.  Department of the Interior Bureau of Pension, Washington, D. C.  1890 Veterans Schedules.  Eunice Faydane “Faye” Littleton Pope Burnett (1920-2015), who was a Littleton-Sammons-Family-Historian from Carter County, Kentucky.  Findagrave.  House of Representatives Report, Kentucky, 1890 and 1904.  Kentucky County Marriages.  Kentucky Death Records.  Senate Report, Kentucky, 1904.  U. S. Civil War Pension Index, 1861-1865.  U. S. Civil War Soldiers, 1865-1865.  U. S. Declaration Pension Documents.  U. S. Union Soldiers Compiled Service Records, 1861-1865.  War Department Documents.  War Department Record and Pension Division, Washington.  
NOTE:  I placed my great-great-granduncle, James Monroe Littleton on my ~ Lowe Stephenson Rose Burchfield Murphy Whitt; Littleton Caudill Salisbury Crace Adams Wiley Webb Boone ~ Paternal Family Tree, that I created on Ancestry.
















LITTLETON, JOHN  IV (1834-1863), BATTLE OF MIDDLE CREEK, DIED OF TYPHOID DISEASE ON HOSPITAL SHIP, D. A. JANUARY, UNION ARMY, CIVIL WAR.
HOMETOWN:  Olive Hill, Carter County, Kentucky, USA.
DATE OF BIRTH:  ca 1834, Greenup County, Kentucky.
PARENTS:  Talitha Tabitha Skidmore and John Jessie Littleton III, War of 1812 soldier.
GRANDPARENTS:  Lee Ann Goddard and John Littleton II.
SPOUSE:  Arta Rodgers.
ENTERED SERVICE FROM:  Kentucky.
ENLISTMENT DATE:  10 October 1861 at Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky.  10 January 1862.
DISCHARGE DATE:  15 June 1863, Died from Typhoid Fever on the Hospital Steam Ship, D. A. JANUARY, Cairo, Alexander County, Illinois on the Mississippi River.
RANK:  SERGEANT.
BRANCH OF SERVICE:  Infantry.
COMBAT ORGANIZATION:  Company E, 22nd Regiment, Kentucky Infantry, Union Army, American Civil War.  Captain Ellis’s Company.
U. S. CIVIL WAR MUSTER ROLLS:
~ 10 January 1862, The Battle of Middle Creek, Kentucky.
~ 10 April 1863, Absent, “Left sick at Milliken’s Bend on 1 April 1863.
~ July and August 1863, “Deceased.  Died June 15, 1863 on Steamer, D. A. JANUARY.
~ 20 January 1865, Company Muster Out Roll, Louisville, Kentucky.  “Died June 15, 1863 on board steamer, D. A. JANUARY on Mississippi River of disease.  Was Private from enrollment to January 1, 1863.  Then Sergeant.  Final Statements Furnished.”
CASUALTY SHEET:  John Littleton, Sergeant, Company E, 22nd Regiment, Kentucky Infantry, Cause of Casualty, Fever, Died June 15, 1863 on Hospital Boat on Mississippi.   
DATE OF DEATH:  15 June 1863 of Typhoid Fever on the Hospital Steam Ship, D. A. JANUARY, Cairo, Alexander County, Illinois on the Mississippi River.
FIRST BURIAL:  Cairo, Illinois.
SECOND BURIAL:  Mound City National Cemetery, Mound City, Pulaski County, Illinois.  Section A, Grave Site 329.
SOURCES:  Census.  Findagrave.  Kentucky Marriage Records.  Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865.  Roll of Honor, Vol. XXVI.  U. S. Burial Registers, Military Post and National Cemeteries, 1862-1960; Record Sheet of Disinterments and Reinterments.  U. S. Civil War Casualty Sheet.  U. S. Civil War Muster Rolls.  U. S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles.  U. S. Veterans Gravesites.  
NOTE:  I placed my great-great-granduncle, John J. Littleton IV on my ~ Lowe Stephenson Rose Burchfield Murphy Whitt; Littleton Caudill Salisbury Crace Adams Wiley Webb Boone ~ Paternal Family Tree, that I created on Ancestry.



















LITTLETON, WILLIAM L., V (ca 1843-1863), BATTLE OF MIDDLE CREEK, DIED OF TYPHOID DISEASE IN HOSPITAL, UNION ARMY, AMERICAN CIVIL WAR.
HOMETOWN:  Grayson, Carter County, Kentucky, USA.
DATE OF BIRTH:  circa 1843, Kentucky.
PARENTS:  Talitha Tabitha Skidmore and John Jessie Littleton III, War of 1812 Soldier.
GRANDPARENTS:  Lee Ann Goddard and John Litteton II.
ENTERED SERVICE FROM:  Kentucky.
ENLISTMENT DATE:  10 October 1861 in Grayson, Carter County, Kentucky.  10 January 1862 in Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky.
DISCHARGE DATE:  9 April 1862, died of Typhoid Fever.
RANK:  Private.
BRANCH OF SERVICE:  Infantry.
COMBAT ORGANIZATION:  Company E, 22nd Regiment, Kentucky Infantry, Union Army, Civil War.  Captain Ellis’ Company.
BATTLE OF MIDDLE CREEK, KENTUCKY:  10 January 1862.
DATE OF DEATH:  9 April 1862 of Typhoid Febris / Fever at General Hospital, Number 6, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky.
INTERMENT DATE:  9 April 1862.
CEMETERY:  Original Place of Burial.  Cave Hill National Cemetery, 701 Baxter Avenue, Jefferson County, Louisville, Kentucky.  Section A, Lot 16, Range 19, Grave Site 436.
SOURCES:  American Civil War Soldiers.  Census.  Civil War Document Certifying Union Army Military Service.  Civil War Pension Index.  Findagrave.  U. S. Civil War Union Army Muster Rolls.  U. S. National Cemetery Interment Control Forms.  U. S. Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865.  U. S. Veterans Gravesites.
NOTE:  I placed my great-great-granduncle, William L. Littleton V on my ~ Lowe Stephenson Rose Burchfield Murphy Whitt; Littleton Caudill Salisbury Crace Adams Wiley Webb Boone ~ Paternal Family Tree, that I created on Ancestry.

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LITTLETON, FIELDING / FIELDEN (ca 1844-1863), DIED OF PNEUMONIA, UNION ARMY, CIVIL WAR.
HOMETOWN:  Pleasant, Fulton County, Illinois, USA.
OTHER RESIDENCE:  Bernadotte, Fulton County, Illinois.
DATE OF BIRTH:  circa 1844, Pleasant, Fulton County, Illinois.
PARENTS:  Anna France and Pherril Fielding Littleton, War of 1812 Soldier, Kentucky Militia.
GRANDPARENTS:  Lee Ann Goddard and John Littleton II.
GREAT-GRANDFATHER:  Pherril Littleton.
GREAT-GREAT-GRANDFATHER:  John Littleton (Immigrant).
ENTERED SERVICE FROM:  Illinois.
ENLISTMENT DATE:  Enlisted at age 18, on 14 August 1862.  Mustered in on 2 October 1862 in Peoria, Illinois.   
DISCHARGE DATE:  15 March 1863 at Jackson, Tennessee, when he Died of Disease, Pneumonia.
RANK:  Private.
BRANCH OF SERVICE:  Infantry.
COMBAT ORGANIZATION:  Company I, 103rd Regiment, Illinois Infantry.
DATE OF DEATH:  15 March 1863 at Union Regimental Hospital, Jackson, Tennessee.  On the Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, Fielding Littleton died February 24, 1863 in a Regimental Hospital of Pneumonia.
FIRST BURIAL:  In the Vicinity of Athens, Alabama.
SECOND BURIAL:  National Cemetery, Corinth Mississippi.
SOURCES:  Census.  Findagrave.  Illinois, Database of Illinois Veterans Index.  U. S. Burial Registers, Military Posts and National Cemeteries.  U. S. Civil War Roll of Honor, 1861-1865.  U. S. Civil War Soldiers.  U. S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles.  U. S. National Cemetery Interment Control Forms in Corinth, Mississippi National Cemetery.  U. S. Registers of Deaths of Volunteers, 1861-1865.
 NOTE:  I placed my first-cousin-four-times-removed , Fielding Littleton on my ~ Lowe Stephenson Rose Burchfield Murphy Whitt; Littleton Caudill Salisbury Crace Adams Wiley Webb Boone ~ Paternal Family Tree, that I created on Ancestry.

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ROSE

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ROSE, ROBERT LETCHER (1811-1889), CONFEDERATE STATES ARMY, CIVIL WAR.
HOMETOWN:  Moccasin, Carter County, Kentucky, USA.
OTHER RESIDENCE:  Bruin, Carter County, Kentucky.  Gimlet, Ibex and Newfoundland, Elliott County, Kentucky.  
DATE OF BIRTH:  20 December 1811, Burke County, North Carolina.
PARENTS:  Lydia Burchfield and Jacob Rose, War of 1812 Soldier.
SPOUSE:  Sarah B. Perry, first wife.  Hannah Jane Hill, second wife.
ENTERED SERVICE FROM:  Kentucky.
ENLISTMENT DATE: 1861.
DISCHARGE DATE:  22 October 1862 at Hazel Green, Wolfe County, Kentucky.
RANK:  Private.
BRANCH OF SERVICE:   Infantry.
COMBAT ORGANIZATION:  Company D, 5th Regiment, Kentucky Infantry, Confederate States Army, American Civil War.  John S. Williams, Commander.  Lit. Elliott, Captain.
1890 UNION VETERANS SCHEDULES, LINE MARKED THROUGH CSA NAME AND DATE, BUT STILL READABLE:  Moccasin, Elliott County, Kentucky, Robert L. Rose, CSA, Private, Company D, 5th Kentucky Infantry, Nov 1861- Nove 1862, 1 year, P. O. Address, Ibex, Elliott County, Kentucky.
SOLDIER’S APPLICATION FOR PENSION:  3 April 1914, “I was arrested by the Home Guards and swore to something.  But at this time, I do not know what it contained.  When I was arrested [I swore] to save [my] life.”
~ Joseph Justice swears that Robert served 12 months and so did he, [because] he served with him.
DATE OF DEATH:  11 January 1889, Kentucky.
CEMETERY:  Robert Rose Cemetery, Ibex, Elliott County, Kentucky.
SOURCES:  Census.  1890 Veteran’s Schedules.  Findagrave.  Kentucky, Confederate Pension Records, 19112-1930.
NOTE:  I placed my great-great-great-granduncle, Robert Letcher Rose on my ~ Lowe Stephenson Rose Burchfield Murphy Whitt; Littleton Caudill Salisbury Crace Adams Wiley Webb Boone ~ Paternal Family Tree, that I created on Ancestry.

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SELLARDS

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SELLARDS, ELIAS CONGER (1836-1928), UNION ARMY, AMERICAN CIVIL WAR.
HOMETOWN:  Caves, Carter County, Kentucky, USA.
OTHER RESIDENCE:  Greenup County and Lewis County, Kentucky
DATE OF BIRTH:  18 April 1836, Greenup County, Kentucky.
PARENTS:  Mary Elizabeth Hartley and Andrew Jackson Sellards.
SPOUSE:  Nancy Ann Bruce.
ENTERED SERVICE FROM:  Kentucky.
ENLISTMENT DATE:  10 August 1862 at Covington, Kentucky.  9 September 1862.
DISCHARGE DATE:  17 September 1863 in Maysville, Kentucky.
RANK:  Corporal.
BRANCH OF SERVICE:  Cavalry.
COMBAT ORGANIZATION:  Company I, 10th Regiment, Kentucky Cavalry, Union Army, American Civil War.
1890 VETERANS SCHEDULES:  Quincy, Lewis County, Kentucky.  “numbness in legs and arms and lungs affected resulting in Typhoid Fever.”
FILED INVALID MILITARY PENSION:  22 June 1899.
DATE OF DEATH:  27 February 1928, Ohio.
CEMETERY:  Waring Cemetery, Garrison, Lewis County, Kentucky.
SOURCES:  Census.  1890 Veterans Schedules.  Findagrave.  U. S. Civil War Pension Index.  U. S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865.  U. S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles.  U. S. Headstone Applications for Military Veterans.  U. S. Union Soldiers Compiled Records, 1861-1865.
 NOTE:  I placed second-cousin-5-times-removed, Elias Conger Sellards on my ~ Lowe Stephenson Rose Burchfield Murphy Whitt; Littleton Caudill Salisbury Crace Adams Wiley Webb Boone ~ Paternal Family Tree, that I created on Ancestry.

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