U.S. Colored Heavy Artillery
Unmarked Civil War Veterans Graves
Caldwell Co., Ky. Cemeteries
The following records were provided by Richard P'Pool.
Richard has researched and has extensive knowledge of Civil War Veterans who fought for both the North &
South who are buried in Caldwell and surrounding communities cemeteries.
One of Richard's "Life Missions" is to try to make sure all Veteran's graves are marked. He has worked hard, trying to do this and has marked or helped mark many veteran's graves of all wars in several counties.
The following are Civil War solders who fought for the U.S. Colored Heavy Artillery. They are buried at Cedar Hill Cemetery, Princeton, Ky., in the colored section in unmarked graves.
Richard would like to see that they are acknowledged, that people know that these men once walked this earth and served their country with honor.
Jackson Baker, 8th USCHA
Bill Combs (Coomes)
Robert Crow, 13th USCHA
John Gaither, 8th USCHA
John Mallory, 13th USCHA
Major Micheson, 13th USCHA
Henry Parker 13th USCHA
Enos Stokes, 13th USCHA
Robert Tinsley, 8th USCHA
Anthony Wilcox, 8th USCHA
George Wood, 13th USCHA
Samuel Wylie, 8th USCHA.
8th Heavy Artillery, US Colored Troops
Organized at Paducah, Ky., from April 26 to October 13, 1864; mustered out, February 10, 1866.
13th Heavy Artillery, US Colored Troops
Organized at Camp Nelson, Ky., June 23, 1865; mustered out, November 18, 1865
Ben Newsom is listed as a Civil War Veteran in the 1910 Caldwell Co., Ky. census
Richard P'Pool has bio's on each one of the men listed above.
If you have more information on any of these Civil War Veterans, please send it to Richard.
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Peggy Gilkey Email
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