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The American Civil War 

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A list of Doyle men that have been identified so far from American Civil War Official Records

1. Color Sergeant Arthur Doyle, Co."B" Confederate Guard Response Battalion

2. F.N. Doyle (Killed In Action), 16th Iowa Infantry

3. Cpl Daniel Thomas Doyle, (Killed In Action), Co. "D" Alabama 2nd Lt Artillery Confederate Army

4. Patrick Doyle, Co "C" 6th New York Infantry

5. Captain Charles Doyle, 5th Conn Inf

6. James Doyle (Killed In Action), 5th New York Cavalry 
(attacked by Mosby)

7. Sergeant Dennis Doyle, Co. "H" 13th Conn Infantry

8. 1st Lieutenant Ed. Doyle, Co. "C" 13th Tenn Inf (Confederate Army)

9. Thomas Doyle (Killed In Action), 6th Div Mo.State Guards

10. Sergeant Edward Doyle, 3rd 5th Confederate Infantry (TN)
(Selected for Roll of Honor 8-10-64)

11. George W. Doyle, Co. "H" 2nd US Artillery

12. Captain Richard N. Doyle, 8th Mich Infantry

13. Captain J. A. Doyle, Commissary

14. Sergeant James Doyle, 3rd New Jersey Cavalry

15. Captain James Doyle, 110th NY Infantry (Fort Meyers, Fla)

16. Lieutenant William Doyle, (Adjutant) 17th Indiana Mounted Infantry

17. N. Doyle, Parish Prison of Orleans (Confederate Army)

18. John Doyle, prisoner Castle Thunder in Richmond

19. John Doyle, Representative Recruit from New York

20. Lieutentant John Doyle, GM 15th Mich Infantry

21. John Doyle, 1st Pa Lt Artillery

22. Color Sergeant Joseph Doyle, 1st Maryland Infantry (Confederate Army)

23. Lieutenant Martin P. Doyle, 21st Pa Cavalry

24. Captain Robert L. Doyle, 3rd Virginia Infantry (Union)

25. Captain Stephen M. Doyle, 72nd New York Infantry

26. Lieutenant Thomas Doyle, 1st Mo Cavalry Militia

27. Lieutenant J. Doyle, 10th Virginia Cavalry

28. John Doyle, 99th New York Infantry

29. Private Dennis Doyle 39th New York Infantry

30. Cpl James Henry Doyle 120th Indiana Regt.

31. Frank Doyle  Confederate States Navy August 29, 1863*
*  Frank Doyle was killed in action when the 'C.S.S. Hunley' was sunk in Charlestown harbour, South Carolina. The 'Hunley' was a primitive submarine that has been credited with being the first submarine to sink an enemy ship of war. You can find this at:

32. Captain Michael C. Doyle Co "C" Iowa (Union)

** There were many more Doyle men serve on both sides during the American Civil War - so, if you have any recorded details about your DOYLE ancestor in the American Civil War, please send this information to us so that we can include it in the next up-date of The Doyle Page.

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