Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Brayboys who fought in the Civil War



Brayboys in the Civil War
No.
Soldier Name
Side
Function
Regiment Name
1
Brayboy, Morris
Confederate
Infantry
10th Regiment, South Carolina Infantry
2
Brayboy, Page
Union
Infantry
66th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
3
Brayboy, W.H.
Confederate
Infantry
4th Regiment, Kentucky Mounted Infantry
4
Brayboy, William
Confederate
Infantry
4th Regiment, Kentucky Mounted Infantry

Braboys in the Civil War
No.
Soldier Name
Side
Function
Regiment Name
1
Braboy, Joseph
Union
Infantry
28th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
2
Braboy, Morris
Confederate
Infantry
10th Regiment, South Carolina Infantry
3
Braboy, William H.
Confederate
Infantry
4th Regiment, Kentucky Mounted Infantry

Braveboys in the Civil War
No.
Soldier Name
Side
Function
Regiment Name
1
Braveboy, M.W.
Confederate
Artillery
3rd Battalion, South Carolina Light Artillery (Palmetto Battalion)
2
Braveboy, Moris M.
Confederate
Infantry
10th Regiment, South Carolina Infantry
3
Braveboy, Moses
Confederate
Infantry
10th Regiment, South Carolina Infantry




4 comments:

Craig Manson said...

Karen--

I found the site! Looks good!

George Geder said...

Hello Karen,

Craig Manson turned me on to your site. Well done!

I'm interested in your Brayboy lineage.

I have a grand Aunt-in-law, Maliser Green Brayboy, born 1869 in South Carolina. Her mother Jane Morgan was married to George Brayboy, born abt 1846 in South Carolina.

Any possibility of a connection?

Peace,
"Guided by the Ancestors"

Fenix said...

Nice site! I also have interest in the Brayboy name; my great-great-great-great grandfather was William Brayboy born abt 1795 in South Carolina. Any connection?!

Karen Burney said...

Thank you. I'm glad you like my site. I'm hoping with our joint efforts, we can connect all the pieces of the puzzle and unravel this Brayboy mystery so that we can find our common ancestors!