Howdy, Gerald !
I am deepfully greatful for any help I can get.
the story is that I got a connection with a Dane that have an ancestor in 1st Georgia Inf. (Olmstead`s). I asked him if he could help me on Danish soldiers in CSA. He did send his material to me, but it is written as "a book" with no hard facts or 1st source material. His source are a book in Danish by on P.S Vig, 1917: "Dansker i kamp og for Amerika" (aka "Danes in battle and for America").
There are just "stories" in most cases with no military records etc, so I have to try to find out this by the notes and the small clues in the text. I have little knowlege of Tennessee, and don`t have any material on the State, so I really need help from people that have material to do a search.
The Miller-boys in Memphis; I just got their names and birthdates. It is written in the text as they were "forced" into service for 12 months. I maybe used the wrong word "drafted" when I wrote the first post. The 12 months service indicate, from my point of view; that they actually was "volunteers". It looks like they entered service in 1861, since the text implies that there was no Yankees in Memphis at the time. John Miller got leave from his duty and went home, and was captured by the Yankees in Memphis. The text indicates that his brother did honor his service as entered. Both survived the war.
When it comes to Neergaard, I just have the information I` ve given in the first post, Gerald.
I was personally surprised that I had to look up the boys, and that he had no records of them at all.
You Obedient Servant,
Roy H Larsen