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Thomas J. Isler, Confederate Soldier from Florida
Posted by: Jim Studnicki Date: February 16, 2002 at 21:26:17
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I'm researching Company K, 5th Florida Infantry of Leon County, FL. On the ranks appears Private Thomas J. Isler. He was born in 1847 and served for the entire Civil War. I have him as wounded in both hands and captured at Gettysburg. He was captured again at Farmville, VA, three days before Appomattox.

Post-War, I have him marrying Mary Wiggins on September 9, 1867. I'm looking for any additional info folks may have, including pictures, letters, family tradition re: his wartime service, etc. I have already gone through the "normal" sources, including Broadfoot's, muster rolls, etc. Any and all responses are greatly appreciated!

Thanks in advance,

-- Jim


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