U.S. COLORED TROOPS: WINGFIELD Union Soldiers of the Civil War

Company B 103 Regiment - Unidentified Civil War UNION Soldier

Earlier tonight Bernita ALLEN (Air Force SME) of AAGSAR (African American Genealogy and Slave Ancestry Research) shared an awesome site to research your Civil War Ancestors, the National Park Service: Soldiers and Sailors Database. I’ve already identified 8 WINGFIELD Civil War Soldiers I need to research further to determine if a family connection exists!

Albeit connected by SURNAME, blood and/or plight, I honor these WINGFIELD men of service. I’ll keep you posted on connections too! AMAZING!:)

Luckie

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Wingfield, Albert

  • Regiment Name: 13th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  • Side: Union

Wingfield, Alexander

  • Regiment Name: 115th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  • Side: Union

Wingfield, Charles

  • Regiment Name: 95th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  • Side: Union

Wingfield, Charles

  • Regiment Name: 97th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  • Side: Union

Wingfield, John

  • Regiment Name: 95th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  • Side: Union
  • Alternate Name: John/Winfield

Wingfield, John

  • Regiment Name: 97th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  • Side: Union
  • Alternate Name: John/Winfield

Wingfield, John

  • Regiment Name: 103rd Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  • Side: Union
  • Alternate Name: John/Wingfield

Wingfield, William

  • Regiment Name: 1st Regiment, United States Colored Infantry
  • Side: Union

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NOTE: NPS Soldiers and Sailors database results returned 222 WINGFIELD Confederate Soliders. I also plan to research [and honor] my Confederate Ancestors of military service

REFERENCES:

ARMY Corporal Claud EVANS ~ WWI Soldier of Washington-Wilkes

WINGFIELD SOLDIERSArmy Corporal Claud EVANS (l) of Washington-Wilkes, Georgia. According to the Lists of Men Ordered to Report to Local Board for Military Duty, 1917–1918, Claud received his wartime training at Camp Funston in Kansas, MO.

This image was among 100+ family pictures returned to myself and cousin Malinda CROSS by Wilkes County native, Annie HALL in 2002.

Annie HALL was a neighbor to Mingo WINGFIELD on Whitehall. She rescued the images from the sidewalk as Mingo’s house was emptied following his passing. She held them in safety for 30 years until a family member could claim them.

Although I’ve yet to validate it through records, I’ve always believed Mingo’s Father, John (Jack) WINGFIELD and my 3rd Great Grandfather James WINGFIELD were brothers.

Below is a note I had with the image of Claud and the unnamed WWI Soldier beside him:

Jul 26, 2002

There were 3 images of these young military men in the stack of images. Frances WINGFIELD, the oldest Daughter of Mingo & Sarah, tells us that the young man pictured on the left is Claud Evans, Sarah’s Brother.

Claud EVANS - WWI Service Card

Claud EVANS – Georgia, World War I Service Cards, 1917-1919

Claud EVANS - Army Registration Card

Claud EVANS – Army Registration Card 1917

Claud EVANS - Lists of Men Ordered to Report to Local Board for Military Duty, 1917–1918

Claud EVANS – Lists of Men Ordered to Report to Local Board for Military Duty, 1917–1918

Sarah & Baby Sarah Elizabeth WINGFIELDClaud’s Sister, Sarah COHEN WINGFIELD, Mingo’s 2ND wife & their daughter, Sarah Elizabeth