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Re: Infield/Enfield/Imfeld/Imfelt/Imfeldt

Posted: 21 Dec 2001 12:09PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Infield
I too, am descended from this same Infield family. I am descended from Philip's son Philip, Georges brother. I found the information below on Ancestry.com:

John Imfeldt (Somerset Co. PA)
Entries: 1522 Updated: Thu Nov 1 00:17:38 2001 Contact: Eric Emfield <eemfield@srv.net>

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ID: I1744
Name: George ENFIELD
Surname: Enfield
Given Name: George
Sex: M
Birth: 9 Sep 1809 in , Somerset, PA
Christening: 19 Aug 1810 Salisbury, Somerset, PA
_UID: F69B407CE6E00F46B3BCA8F5BB0111175852
Note:
!Family records of Joyce Infield Gilbert; PO Box 300, Barnsdall, OK 74002
Birth & chr. dates - Salisbury Reformed Church register
Family info - J. R. Linaburg
Laurel Messenger, Vol. 1 - 4, pg. 52, Nov. 1961 (Somerset Co. PA)
(SLC FHL 974.879 H25l)

NOTES:

Title of article is "Somerset County in the Civil War"

"A small number of men from Somerset County served in the Regular Army, most in
the 19th Infantry, Company G. These were as follows: (Names included a George
Enfield). The Somerset County men in the Company enlisted about Jan. 20, 1862
and served about a year in the 5th Corps of the Army of the Potomac. They were
engaged in the battles of Second Bull Run, Antietam and Fredericksburg.

It is interesting to note that the men in this regiment and a handful in the
2nd Battalion of the 15th Infantry were perhaps the only Somerset County
soldiers to serve in the western theater for in March of 1863, the 19th was
transferred to the Army of the Cumberland and served in it's principal
engagements, including Chickamauga, Lookout Mountain and Missionary Ridge. The
regiment was also in the Atlanta campaign. It was mustered out on Jan. 20,
1865.


!Laurel Messenger, Vol. 1 - 4, pg. 52, Nov. 1961 (Somerset Co. PA)
(SLC FHL 974.879 H25l)

NOTES: May be the same as George ENFIELD (RIN 11566).

Title of article is "Somerset County in the Civil War"

"A small number of men from Somerset County served in the Regular Army, most in
the 19th Infantry, Company G. These were as follows: (Names included a George
Enfield). The Somerset County men in the Company enlisted about Jan. 20, 1862
and served about a year in the 5th Corps of the Army of the Potomac. They were
engaged in the battles of Second Bull Run, Antietam and Fredericksburg.

It is interesting to note that the men in this regiment and a handful in the
2nd Battalion of the 15th Infantry were perhaps the only Somerset County
soldiers to serve in the western theater for in March of 1863, the 19th was
transferred to the Army of the Cumberland and served in it's principal
engagements, including Chickamauga, Lookout Mountain and Missionary Ridge. The
regiment was also in the Atlanta campaign. It was mustered out on Jan. 20,
1865.
Change Date: 5 Dec 2000 at 11:21:43

Father: Philip IMFELDT b: 11 Jun 1775 in Frederick, Frederick, MD
Mother: Christina KLINK b: 10 Dec 1776 in , Bedford, PA

Marriage 1 DeLila FINDLAY b: 4 Nov 1810
Children
Mary J. ENFIELD b: ABT 1835
Mary J. ENFIELD b: ABT 1835
Rebecca ENFIELD b: ABT 1837
Amanda ENFIELD b: 8 Oct 1838
William ENFIELD b: ABT 1845
Americus ENFIELD M.D. b: 2 May 1847 in Salisbury, Elk Lick Twp, Somerset, PA

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