|1||Anna Marie and Clara Launer|
|2||Charles H. and Florence Ethyl Ashby Fisher|
Status: Located; Photo by Blankenberg Photographers
|3||Charles H. Fisher head shot from wedding photo|
Photo by Blankenberge Photographers
|4||Civil War Field Hospital, Savage Station, VA - June 30, 1862|
An example of a Civil War field hospital likely similar to the one Riley and Stuart Hoskinson were supporting when captured by the Confederate Army September 20, 1863.
|5||Elizabeth Dunlop 1820-1898|
|6||Elizabeth Dunlop 1820-1898|
|7||Elizabeth Fisher - back|
|8||Elizabeth Fisher - front|
|9||Emory Cosler Young Jr, 1923-1944|
|10||Emory Cosler Young Jr, closeup|
|11||Felix Witkowicz from his 2012 obituary|
|12||Florence Ethyl (Ashby) Fisher head shot from wedding photo|
Photo by Blankenberg Photographers
|13||Frederick and Anna Marie Launer|
|14||Harold Johnston in 1952 aged 43|
|15||Janet (Roberts) Johnston 1844-1916|
|16||Janet (Roberts) Johnston; twin daughters Anna and Elizabeth, and daughter Ellen|
|17||Laura Isabel Johnston - 1954|
|18||Louis J. Chmiel from his 2009 obituary|
|19||Map of Chickamauga, GA battlefield - Sept. 19 and 20, 1863|
This map shows location of forces around Lookout Mountain at the time of the Battle of Chickamauga on September 19 and 20, 1863. As noted in the Library of Congress citation, the direction indicator at the top of the map is incorrect. North and west should be interchanged to orient the map correctly.
Riley and Stuart Hoskinson served at a field hospital at Crawfish Spring, located in the lower right of the map. They were captured by the Confederate Army at this location on September 20, 1863. On September 25, they escaped and fled west to Lookout Mountain, then north across the Mountain to Chattanooga, TN, arriving at the Union Army encampment there on September 27.
|20||Map of Franklin, TN Battlefield Nov. 30th 1864|
This map shows the location of forces around Franklin, TN at the time of the Battle of Franklin on November 30, 1864. The location of the Carter House where some of the bloodiest fighting took place and where Stuart Hoskinson was wounded in action is shown just south of the town. (Note north is toward the bottom of the page.) When the battle ended, Stuart was taken to a field hospital located in the Presbyterian Church in Franklin. The Union army then retreated, leaving Stuart and other Union wounded to be captured by the Confederate Army. He remained a confederate prisoner in the church until the Union Army recaptured Franklin on Dec 17, 1864.
|21||Martha (Fisher) Hoskinson|
Excerpt from larger Portrait of Riley and wife Martha (Fisher) Hoskinson
|22||Photo: Thomas Fisher and Mary Kells Family Siblings|
Shown: John K. Fisher, Mary "Polly" Lockett, Sarah (Pollock), Jane (Botts), Nancy (Hinckson), Clarissa (Roberts), Eleanor (McNickle)
|23||Photograph of Lee and Gordon's Mill, Chickamauga, GA - ca. 1863 |
Presumably taken before the Battle of Chickamauga. Lee and Gordon's Mill is a Chickamauga battlefield landmark. It was alternately seized by Confederate and Union forces during the campaign, and was the scene of constant skirmishing as it was between the lines for most of the battle. Riley and Stuart helped carry wounded from the mill to a field hospital at Crawfish Spring on Sept 19 and 20, 1863.
|24||Photograph of two Union soldiers at Umbrella Rock on Lookout Mountain, GA - ca. 1864|
While not a photo of Riley and Stuart Hoskinson, it is easy to imagine them pausing here exactly as shown while Riley penned his "notes of our night's march" on Sept. 26, 1863 as they fled across Lookout Mountain during their escape from capture by the Confederate Army.
|25||Portrait of Riley and wife Martha (Fisher) Hoskinson|
Reprinted with permission of owner William McCabe from posting at findagrave.com.
|26||Portrait: Hoskinson, Riley|
Portrait of Riley taken by his son Stewart Hoskinson per imprint on stamped on verso: S.F. Hoskinson, Photos. Hoopeston, IL.
|27||Riley M. Hoskinson and his wife, Martha (Fisher), ca. 1870|
|28||Union Army Encampment, Chattanooga, TN - ca. 1864|
|29||View of Chickamauga battlefield from atop Lookout Mountain, TN - Feb. 1864 |
Riley and Stuart Hoskinson would have seen something similar as they trekked across Lookout Mountain on Sept. 25 and 26, 1863 after escaping from the Confederate Army.
|30||William Dunlop Johnston 1845-1925|
|31||William Dunlop Johnston 1845-1925|
|32||William Johnston 1820-1889|
|33||William Johnston 1820-1889|
|34||William Nicholls Fisher - Civil War|