Titlesort ascending Given Family Unit Rank
William Tilmon Bishop William Bishop Co. C, 16th Alabama Infantry Private, Lieutenant
William T. Tippitt William Tippitt Co. B, 39th North carolina Infantry
William T. Hart William Hart Co. H, 47th Virginia Infantry Private
William T. Martin William Martin Col. F, 1st Regiment, Orr's Rifles, South Carolina Volunteers Private
William S. White William White Company D, 17 GA Infantry Private
William S. Shockley William Shockley Company C, 18 GA Infantry Private
William S. Poe William Poe Co. I, 32nd Alabama Infantry Private
William S. McNeice William McNeice
William S. McDonald William McDonald Co. D, 26th North Carolina Infantry Private
William Rush Blakely William Blakely Company F, 14th South Carolina Infantry Private
William Rufus Raby William Raby Co. H, 58th North Carolina Infantry Private
William Rufus Burris William Burris 60-day “Mississippi Army of 10,000"; Co. D, 37th Mississippi Infantry (also known as the 34th Infantry); and Co. B, 3rd Mississippi Cavalry Private
William Riley Jones William Jones Co. G, 41st Alabama Infantry
William R. Watkins William Watkins Company I, 34 GA Infantry Private
William R. Smith William Smith
William R. Quick William Quick Co. A, 13th Battalion North Carolina Light Artillery Private
William R. Gentry William Gentry
William R. Best William Best
William Pleasant Traynham William Traynham
William Perry Zacharia Franklin Neves William Neves Co. A (later Co. H), 3rd Battalion, Palmetto Light Artillery Second Lieutenant
William P. Mangum William Mangum Company E, 34 GA Infantry ("Jackson Farmers") Private
William P. Kircus William Kircus Company B, 42 GA Infantry Private
William P. Cline William Cline Company K, 46th NC Infantry Private
William O. Davis William Davis
William N. Pierce William Pierce Co. A, 93rd Regiment North Carolina Militia (Reddies River District) Captain

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