civil war 2nd Michigan Infantry Roster Index Page


Thanks You to All

Since I first opened this site and started working on it there have been so many people that have helped me with Research , Information and so much more.

I decided to create this page to thank them. These are not in Alpahbetical order. Just in the order that I am entering them.

I'd like to thank Don Harvey for all the info he has sent me and also the ones I found on his Wonderfull Site. Michigan in the Civil War

I like to thank the site Civil War Miniature for adding me to their list and awarding our site an Award.

I'd like to thank the Suns of Union Veterans of the Civil War S.U.V.C.W. for sending me a great amount of grave locations of the 2nd Michigan Volunteer Infantry.

I'd like to thank the

Civil War Clip Art for their wounderfull Images etc that I use on this page.

I like to Thank Linda S. Spears for sending me the Canadian Biography of William Forster Tel. Operator

I would like to thank Carol Wolf Britton for sending me the Canadian Biographys of Robert Gibson 46th Penn V. Infantry, George Gibson 96th NY V. Infantry, and Joseph Gibson NY 16th Heavy Artillery and 1st NY Mounted Rifles.

I like to thank her also for sending me the the biography and letters of Thomas Moore and William Moore both from the 96th N.Y.S.V. Company "K". and Unpublished Memoirs of Thomas.

For more info on her familly go to Carol's Web Page and/or E-Mail her

I would like to thank Brady Hutchison for the Canadian Biography of Thomas Godkin Jr. AKA Thomas Godkins Jr. 160th New York Volunteer Infantry

I would like to thank The Queen’s Own Rifles WW2 Living History Company for adding me to their list and awarding our site an Award.

I would like to thank Sgt. David Frohmader of the 3rd Wisconsin for going through the entire roster of that unit and sending me the name of Canadians Charles C. Chubb, of Company "E" and Frederick Coles, of Company "H".

I would like to thank David T. Hardy for sending me documents, photographs and letting me use information off his web page.Click HERE for his web page.

I would like to thank the Volunteers of the Plymouth History Museum. They sent me many Grave Sites and other information of soldiers in Plymouth Michigan.

The museum address is:

Plymouth Historical Museum
155 South Main Street
Plymouth, Mi 48170

I Like to thank all of you for visiting our Site.


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