Scots in the Civil War

     Scotsmen and women fought in the American Civil War, many not knowing the why's or the wherefore's, but they chose to fight for their adopted country, Union or Confederate, in some cases brother against brother


     The information on the following pages has been found all over the internet, in books, from snippets of information passed to us by friends and a lot of hard work by my late friend Larry McGibben


On November 15th 1864,

General Sherman cut out of the back of Atlanta with 68,000 hard worn Yankees. He drove 'em down through Georgia to the sea.
With hate in their hearts they moved in a line, cutting a scar through Gods blessed country 50 miles wide, burning, looting, gutting our land like vultures.
They tore up the railroad tracks, they burnt the cotton and the gins
Lord they made everybody suffer

Words spoken by the Drifter from "White Mansions" by Paul Kennerley
The Best Civil War Music album ever (IMHO)


Please follow the links below


A quick look at the guys behind the page, ok yes thats really us
Here is a list of Scots we are looking for more information on. CAN YOU HELP?
This is the main content of our page, giving what available information we have about individuals
A list of MOH Winners, born in Scotland, and their citation. This link also leads to their Unit/Ship as well
There was support for the Confederacy in Scotland, and after the war when he visited Scotland, Mr Davis was well received
This is the Civil War Site of the late Dick Weeks (Shotgun)
Links to other Civil War pages on the Internet, most are a mine of information on any subject you need to know about
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