|Aaron Pinney a Captain
of Company L in Lieutenant Joseph B. Dorrs 8th Iowa
|Alvin V. Pinney was mustered
in as a Private of Company F in the 22nd Iowa Infantry Regiment
and killed in action76.
|Curtis Sherwood Pinney
was in the New York 154th Regiment and fought at Bull Run,
Chancellorsville and Gettysburg. Curtis was said to have three other
brothers fighting in New York Regiments77.
|Ebenezer C. Pinney78
was active in Company B of the Connecticut Volunteers 10th
Infantry Regiment and died on 10 Aug 1908 as the age of 87.
was a Second Lieutenant of Company E in the 25th Connecticut
Infantry Regiment. Edwards resignation was tendered and accepted
on the 16th of January 1863. Vouchers for pay, clothing, food and subsistence
were issued on the 11th of February 1863.
|Edward H. Pinney80
enrolled at Callicoon, New York on 14 Aug 1862 at the age of
39 to serve three years. Edward was mustered in as Captain of Company
F in the 143rd New York Infantry Regiment on 08 Oct 1862
and mustered out on the 20th of July 1865 at Washington, D.C. Edward
was commissioned as a Captain on the 21st of November 1862 recognizing
the rank from the 6th of September 1862. Edward was also commissioned
but not mustered in as a Major on the 24th of July 1865 recognizing
the rank from the 16th of May 1865. Edward was discharged.
Ephraim H. Pinney a Union soldier from Stafford, Connecticut was a Wagoner by trade. He enlisted as a Private on the 9th of December 1862 at the age of 35. He was placed in Company B of the 2nd Massachusetts Cavalry Regiment on the 22nd of December 1862. Ephraim was a Prisoner of War from the 22nd of February 1864 until his release on the 29th of April 1865. He was promoted to Full Sergeant and mustered out on the 9th of June 1865 in Boston, Massachusetts91.
James Pinney a Union soldier from South Dedham, Massachussetts. James was a carpenter. He enlisted as a Private on the 25th of May 1861 at the age of 19. He was placed in Company F of the 2nd Infantry Regiment, Massachusetts. James was later wounded on the 3rd of July 1863. He mustered out on the 25th of May 186491.
|James A. Pinney was mustered
in as a Sergeant of Company F in the 22nd Iowa Infantry Regiment
and wounded in action but recovered81.
|John H. Pinney was mustered
in on 15 Dec 1863 into the 127th Regiments 12th
Cavalry in A Company of LaPorte County, Indiana. John was promoted to
|John L. Pinney85
a proud citizen of the CSA. John enlisted as a Private on the
28th of April 1862 at Pensacola, FL. He served in Company A of the 2nd
Florida Infantry Regiment until severely wounded at Gaines Mill, outside
of Richmond, VA on the 27th of June 1862. John was sent home to recover.
He was later transferred on the 1st of August 1862 and raised a company
of cavalry and was listed on its roster as a Second Lieutenant of Company
I in the 6th Alabama Cavalry Regiment84.
John was born on the 1st of April 183991.
Johns brother was Samuel L. Pinney listed here. John was married
to Mary Morrill and Mary applied for a widows pension83
in Escambia County in 1910. John's gravestone immortalized his sentiment
and beliefs, "Capt. John L. Pinney, CSA - he died loving the cause
he fought for."
John M. Pinney a Union soldier. He enlisted as a Private on the 19th of December 1861 in Allegan, Michigan at the age of 43. He was placed in Company H of the 13th Michigan Infantry Regiment on the 17th of January 1862. John received a disability discharge on the 27th of May 1862 in Nashville, Tennessee91.
|John W. Pinney91
a Union soldier from North Lee, Massachusetts. As a civilian
he worked as a wood chopper. John enlisted as a Private on the 14th
of June 1861 at the age of 28. He entered Company A of the 10th Massachusetts
Infantry Regiment on the 21st of June 1861. John received a disability
discharge on the 4th of January 1864.
Judson S. Pinney a Union soldier. He enlisted as a Private on the 22nd of February 1864 in Lansing, Michigan at the age of 18. He was placed in Company K of the 8th Michigan Infantry Regiment on the 27th of February 1864. James joined his regiment on the 20th of April 1864. He was later wounded on the 17th of June 1864. He mustered out on the 30th of July 1865 in Washington, DC91.
was a Union soldier in Company M of the 15th Cavalry
Anderson Troop in the 160th Pennsylvania Regiment.
Norwood was from Armstrong County, Pennsylvania.
|Oscar F. Pinney87
was Captain of the 5th Battery in the Wisconsin Artillery
Division. Captain Pinney was dangerously wounded at the Battle of Stones
River88 and left on the
|Samuel C. Pinney91
a Union soldier from Lowell, Massachusetts. He enlisted as a
Lieutenant 2nd Class on the 30th of July 1860 at the age of 42. Samuel
was commissioned into Company D of the 6th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment
on the 22nd of April 1861 and he mustered out on the 2nd of August 1861
in Boston, Massachusetts. Samuel was then promoted to Full Lieutenant
1st Class on the 13th of August 1862. He received a new commission in
Company D of the 6th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment on the 31st of
August 1862 and Samuel mustered out on the 3rd of June 1863 in Lowell,
Massachusetts. He was commissioned again into Company D of the 6th Massachusetts
Infantry Regiment on the 16th of July 1864 and mustered out on the 27th
of October 1864 at Readville, Massachusetts.
|Samuel Leo Pinney84
a proud citizen of the CSA, was listed on a roster as a part
of Company I in the 6th Alabama Cavalry Regiment. Samuel
was the brother of John L. Pinney listed here. Samuel was married to
Clara Clifford. A pension was applied for in Escambia County83,
FL in 1907.
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