John G, David, and Sprigg S. Lynn of Cumberland, Maryland in 1870.
Private John Galloway Lynn, born July 25, 1841, was the son of John Galloway and Rebecca Beall Singleton Lynn. He enlisted August 8, 1863, in Rockingham County, Virginia. He was attached to Co. L of McNeill's Rangers. Lynn served as a guerilla or Partisan Ranger in the general area of Cumberland, Maryland. He was captured in Hardie County, Virginia, February 5, 1865 and held at Ft. McHenry, Maryland. Noted on his record was the remark "Guerilla" not to be exchanged during war. Did not serve in the capture of Gen. Cook and Kelly, he had been in town, Cumberland, on leave visiting with his family and was arrested. South T. Lynn, (GN)
Corporal Henry Lowndes Allan, son of Francis Davis and Virginia Radcliff Lowndes. Allan, was born August 22, 1842 in Houston, Texas. He enlisted January 31, 1863 in Jackson, Mississippi for the period of the war. He was attached to the 1st Co. Battalion, Washington Artillery, Louisiana Volunteers. Prior to regular service, he participated in the capture of the "Star of the West" under Colonel VanBuren on April 17, 1861 and joined the Memphis Southern Guards prior to enlistment in the regular service. Allan was in the battle of Newbern, North Carolina, February 1864; Drewry's Bluff, May 1864; and the Siege of Petersburg, Virginia June through December 1864. He was captured near Petersburg, Virginia, April 7, 1865 and terminated his service with the Oath of Allegiance at Pt. Lookout Prison Camp, Maryland on June 23, 1865. After the war he was a merchant and died February 9,1883 in Galveston, Texas. South T. Lynn (GGS).
David Lynn, 1873-1961, 7th Architect US Capitol
David Lynn, 1837-1904, in Cumberland Maryland in 1860.
Must be his father's unit, First Lt. Bernard Wiegard, First Maryland Infantry, WW One Roll of Honor.