Wartime Collectables Military Antiques
Andrew H. & Gale V. Lipps
P.O. Box 165, Camden, SC 29021

Ph. 803-463-6935 (Texting is fine!)
Email wartime@wartimecollectables.com

Militaria For Sale:  Updated 9/22/20

Family Veterans

a work in progress...

My interest in genealogy prompted me to create this personal page. Found below are the names and units of my direct maternal and paternal ancestors who served in the military.

American Revolution

War of 1812

Eli Gilbert
Private, 1st Vermont (Judson's) Militia

Azariah Brice Bruce
3rd Regt. (Roulston’s) West Tennessee Militia

Mexican War of 1849

American Civil War

Zadoc Casey Galbraith
Enlisted 6/24/1861 as a Private, Bugler Co. H, 1st Illinois Cavalry.  9/11/1862 Mustered into "B" Co. 110th Illinois Infantry. Transferred 5/8/1863 from Co. B to Co. A.
Mustered out on 6/8/1865

Sgt. Waldo Gilbert
44th Illinois Infantry
7/1/61-4/21/63
GAR Post 581 (Stephen Place) Waltonville, Illinois

John R. Swann
8/62-6/65
29th Missouri Infantry, Co. F

Richard Hiram Taylor
Mustered in 9/11/1862 as a Private, Co. F, 110th Illinois Infantry. Transferred 5/8/1863 to company C. Transferred 2/11/1864 into Veteran Reserve Corps

Frederick Lipps
Born Friedrich Jakob Lipps
15th Missouri Infantry
Enlisted 8/1/1861 at St Louis, Missouri as a Sergeant and mustered into "B" Co. MO 15th Infantry
Promoted to 2nd Lieut.. Co. B and then to,1st Lieut . & Regiment Adjutant Company C.
Wounded in Action

Indian Wars

Spanish American War

World War One
Frederick John Lipps

Arkansas State Guard, Ordnance Sgt.
Federalized for wartime service, 2nd Lt.

World War Two

Korean War:
John Odell Lipps

Musician 1st Class, USN 1950-54

Vietnam War