Do you still update the site. I have some information and may be able to get you some scans of war letters written by my great, great, great uncle William Henry McKeever who was in Company C of the 22nd Iowa and fought at the Siege of Vicksburg where he was wounded and later died from his wounds. William McKeever and his half brother Thomas as both buried at the McKeever cemetery near Colfax, Iowa. Another brother Anthony is buried at the Violet Hill Cemetery in Dallas County, Iowa.
All told I think there may have been 6 or 7 McKeever siblings who fought in the Civil War.
Shawn Lloyd said:November 14, 2015 2:09 pm PST
Hello, my 2nd great grandfather Thomas Rucker Lloyd 1844-1888 was enlisted in the 22nd Iowa Infantry, Company G. He married Susan Ann Day and they moved to Cottonwood Minnesota. I sent you an email of a picture of his gravemarker!
Scott White said:October 18, 2015 11:48 am PST
My grandfather was Col. E.G. White. I have spent most of my life hearing of this man from my Father and Uncles. I am very glad that I found this site and look forward to contact with other decedents of these men.
Jeffry Burden said:September 16, 2015 5:19 pm PST
Dennis, check out his Find A Grave memorial if you haven't already. And, please feel free to send any material on him that you find -- I'll be glad to include it here!
Dennis Earl Chancellor said:September 16, 2015 5:17 pm PST
My Great, great Grandfather was in Company "K"of the 22nd Regiment in August of 1864. He immigrated from Dlouha' Lhota, Czechoslovakia.
I can not find any history on this site about him. He is burried in Odell, Nebraska cemetary. Dec 1845-May 15 1901