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     Welcome to The Treadway Honorary Hall. This page is in tribute to those of Treadway blood who fought with honor to defend their country, families, homes, and beliefs. If you have a Treadway ancestor that you would like to be shown on this page, please email me and I will enter your information to this site. Thank you.

*** THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION ***

JAMES TREADWAY (of Josiah Treadway): Held prisoner aboard the Ship Jersey.

JONATHAN TREADWAY (of William Treadway): Drummer Boy at Valley Forge.

JOSIAH TREADWAY (of Josiah Treadway): Connecticut Continental Army. Fought at Lexington.

*** THE WAR OF 1812 ***

ASA TREADWAY (of Asa Tradway): Ward's 2nd Regiment of the New York Militia

EMANUEL TREADWAY (of Benjamin Treadway): 6th Regiment Mounted Dragoons of the New York Militia

EMANUEL TREADWAY (of Benjamin Treadway): Carter's 101 Regiment of the New York Militia

EMANUEL TREADWAY (of Benjamin Treadway): Tuttle's 76th Regiment of the New York Militia

ENOCH TREADWAY (of James Treadway): Mill's Artillery and Infantry Regiment of the New York Volunteers.

EZEKIAL TREADWAY: 2nd Regiment of the West Tennessee Militia

JAMES TREADWAY (of Edward Treadway): Sterett's 7th Regiment Calvary of the Maryland State Militia.

JOHN TREADWAY: Bunch's Regiment of the Mounted East Tennessee Volunteers

JOHN TREADWAY: Ragan's 1st Regiment of the Maryland State Militia

JOHN TREADWAY (of Daniel Treadway): Smith's 42nd Regiment of the Maryland State Militia, Stationed at Fort Madison, Maryland.

THOMAS PETEET TREADWAY (of John Norris Treadway): 42nd Regiment of the Maryland State Militia

WILLIAM TREADWAY (of Edward Treadway): Sterett's 7th Regiment Calvary of the Maryland State Militia

*** SPANISH AMERICAN WAR ***

ELISHA BOWMAN TREADWAY (of William Walton Treadway): Leiutenant U.S. Army

MORGAN JOSEPH TREADWAY (of Elisha Treadway): Captain, Co. G, 4th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry.

PHILOS STRATTON TREADWAY (of Elisha Treadway): Sergeant in the U.S. Army

THOMAS JEFFERSON TREADAWAY (of Zachary T. Treadaway and Lucy E. Seago): Private in the North Carolina 15th Regiment Infantry

*** THE CIVIL WAR ***

AARON MORGAN TREDWAY (of Corbin T. Tredway & Mary Fry): Co. I, 113th Regiment, Illinois Vol. Infantry

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN TREADWAY (of _____ & Elizabeth Treadway): Co. H, 13th Battalion, Virginia Reserves.

DANIEL CROW TREDWAY (of Corbin T. Tredway & Mary Fry): Co. I, 113th Regiment, and Co. B. 120th Regiment, Illinois Vol. Infantry

DANIEL L. TREADAWAY (of William Treadaway & Dorcas Cox): Co. H, Georgia Cherokee Legion Infantry Regiment

DAVID F. TREADWAY (of Aaron Treadway & Priscilla Davis): Co. C, 64th North Carolina Infantry. Enlisted in the Confederate Army on 7/15/1862 in Madison Co., North Carolina. Prisoner of War in Louisville, Kentucky.

DAVID PITNER TREADWAY (of Lawson H. Treadway &Catherine Pitner): Pvt, Co. H, Veteran Battalion, 14th & 15th Regiment, Illinois Infantry.

DAVID T. TREADAWAY (of Arthur Treadaway & Lucretia Taylor): Co. C, 10th Arkansas Infantry Regiment,

E. ANDREW JACKSON TREADAWAY (of Arthur Treadaway & Lucretia Taylor): Co. C, 10th Arkansas Infantry Regiment,

ELISHA BOWMAN TREADWAY (of William Walton Treadway): Captain then Major in the 3rd Kentucky Volunteers.

FRANCIS M. TREADAWAY (of Arthur Treadaway & Lucretia Taylor): Co. C, 10th Arkansas Infantry Regiment,

HARRISON T. TREADWAY (of Thomas Tillery Treadway & Louisiana Connell): Corp., 91st Regiment, Indiana Infantry.

HENRY HARDIN TREADWAY: Civil War, Confederate States Army, Alleghany County, NC, 37th Infantry, Company K. Wounded, captured at Gettysburg, PA, confined at Fort Delaware, Delaware, received Feb. 1865 for exchange.

JAMES E. TREDWAY (of Henry Tredway & Eliza Foley): Co. G, West Virginia Infantry, wounded at Bulltown, and died on 24 Nov 1863.

JAMES M. TREADWAY (of Aaron Treadway & Priscilla Davis): Co. A, 2nd North Carolina Mounted Infantry.

JAMES R. TREDWAY (of Thomas Hopkins Tredway & Sarah J. Gale): Co. F, Michigan, 14th Infantry Regiment. Killed in action at Chattahoochee River, Georgia on 05 Jul 1864.

JOHN TREADWAY (of Robert Treadway & Mary Polly Hardin): Confederate States Army, 37th Infantry Regiment, Company K, Alleghany County, NC from 1861-1862.

JOHN HEZEKIAH TREADWAY (of Aaron Treadway & Priscilla Davis): Co. A, 2nd North Carolina Mounted Infantry.

JOHN THOMAS TREADAWAY (of John Thomas Treadaway & Marth J. Walters): Co. H, North Carolina, 43rd Regiment.

JOSEPH TREDWAY (of Thomas Treadway): Co. G., 142nd Illinois Regiment.

JOSHUA TREADWAY (of Joshua Treadway): Private, Union Soldier, Co. B., 12th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry.

LITTLEBERRY GRISSOM TREADAWAY (of Arthur Treadaway & Lucretia Taylor): Co. C, 10th Arkansas Infantry Regiment,

MADISON MATTHEW TREADWAY (of John Robert Treadway & Nancy Teague): Sgt., Union Soldier, Co. C., North Carolina 29th Infantry Regiment.

MARTN L. TREADWAY (of Martin G. Treadway & Frances Robertson): Pvt., Co. D, 85th Illinois Regiment, died: 06 Feb 1863, Nashville, Tennessee

RESIN HAMMOND TREDWAY (of Peter R Treadway): Co. I, 123rd Illinois Vol. Infantry.

SIMPSON TREADWAY (of William Walton Treadway): Union Army

THOMAS BENTON TREDWAY (of Corbin T. Tredway & Mary Fry): Co. F, 155th Illinois Regiment

WILLIAM JOSIAH TREDWAY (of Thomas Hopkins Tredway & Sarah J. Gale): Co. E, 9th Battalion, Tennessee Cavalry.

*** WORLD WAR II ***

JOE TREADWAY (of Peter R. Treadway & Liza Hubbard):  Sergeant First Class, Served in Africa and India.

LOYD TREADWAY (Father of Linda Tredway Wright):  Seaman Second Class aboard the USS Mellette from 1944-1946.

SHELBY TREADWAY (of Peter R. Treadway & Liza Hubbard):  Gunners Mate Third Class aboard the USS Oklahoma, Pearl Harbor, (killed 07 Dec 1941).

***KOREAN WAR***

THOMAS E. TREDWAY (Fayette, West Virginia): E2 in the US Army Reserve (killed in action)

*** VIETNAM WAR ***

KENNETH EARL TREADWAY (Riverview, Michigan): LCPL in the US Marine Corps (killed in action)

THOMAS CHARLES TREADWAY (Elizabethon, Tennessee): SP5 in the US Army (killed in action)

WILLIAM MICHAEL TREADWAY (St. Joseph, Michigan): PFC in the US Army (killed in action)