Sat Jun 23 12:20:54 2001
Another gentleman who does Civil War research sent me a list of M Hart and Miles Hart in the war, and it listed his regiments. So I looked them up , although recently I was at the library and met another civil war researcher who spent a good deal of time with me and he believes my granfather could have been union? My grandfather is buried in Nashville Tenn at the National Cem. So he said only union are buried there?? I couldnt hardly believe it though. I have never had a union soldier in our family, but maybe so . He was born in Georgia and lived in Alabama. But he was a miller for the war he made flour and mill. Also on his grave it says 'employee" so maybe he was a civilan empolyee. Reuben is who I am trying to connect Miles to.
I have the entire tree on Reuben , but I cant figure out where Miles fits in. There was a M Hart enlisted into one of those regiments in Gadsden Alabama and thats where Miles lived at the time. It was the 8th Al Livingston calvary, it was organized in Gadsden during the spring of 1864. Although my Miles died 12-24-1864 serving in the war. He died of a cold. I am alot more confused than the last time I posted a query. ha lisa