2nd Mississippi Infantry Regiment


Information on this page comes from various sources.  Co. K came from the Tishomingo Co. MSGenWeb page and was added to what I had.  The CC of the Tishomingo and Alcorn Co. pages is Bobbie Brewer Wilson who gave permission for its use here.  Data from this company may not be used for anything other than personal research without her permission.  Information on company A and K comes mainly from Martin L. Sandy, Jr. and is used here by permission.  It may not be used for anything other than personal research without his permission.  Information on Co. G is from the Pontotoc Co. page, Pam Gibbs is the CC. The link below is to her "Biographies Co. G" page. While I have abstracted some of this information with her permission, this page has a lot more. This information can not be used for anything other than personal research without her permission. Some of the information comes from the Tippah Co. Historical Society publications and from Confederate cemeteries on the web. The roll of honor information came from the Official Records. Michael Brasher's homepage contains the service records of all men in the regiment. Michael is writing a book on this regiment. Please submit any information you have on this regiment so that it gets into the book.

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All companies in this regiment were from north Mississippi.  Companies B, D, and F were from Tippah County.  Three companies were from Tishomingo, three from Pontotoc and one from Itawamba.  All three Tippah County companies were volunteer companies before Mississippi left the union.  The only other such company, the Salem Dragons, were mustered into the 19th Miss. Infantry.  The 2nd was brigaded with the 11th throughout the war.  Some of the battles this unit fought in were: 1st Manassas (under Col. Wm. C. Falkner of Ripley), Antietam,  Second Bull Run, Seven Days Battles, Seven Pines, Wilderness, Gaines' Farm, Malvern Hill and Appomatox.

In the list below, ROH stands for Roll of Honor.

Company [ A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | K | L ]

Officers
FALKNER, Col. William ClarkCol. 1 May 1861-23 Apr. 1862, 6 July 1825-6 Nov. 1889 bur. Ripley Cemetery
STONE, Col. John MarshallFrom Tishomingo Co., elected Col. over Falkner after 1st Manassas (23 Apr. 1862), later governor of MS, 4/30/1830-3/26/1900 Holly Springs, MS
COX, Col. Elijah ArrisSurgeon born 1/13/1834 - 3/31/1911 bur. Baldwyn, MS Cemetery
BLAIR, Lt. Col. John A.Wounded at 1st Manassas and Weldon Railroad, prisoner at Point Lookout Md.
BOONE, Lt. Col. Bartley B.Missing at 1st Manassas, 4/6/1831 - 9/19/1905 buried Booneville Cemetery, Alcorn Co. MS
DAUBEY, Capt. E.H.Acting chief of staff paroled at Vicksburg
HOPE, Color Cpl. Frank L.ROH engagements of May 6 and 10, and June 2 and 3, 1864.
HOVIS, Lt. Col. H. Lawson B.Adjuntant, Nov. 1826 - 24 March 1864, bur. Ripley Cem.
HUMPHREYS, Lt. Col. David W.Killed at Gettysburg in the charge of July 3, 1863
BUCHANAN, Maj. John Hall4 Aug. 1819 - 5 May 1886 bur. Blue Mt. Cemetery
OWEN, Samuel S.Adjutant (1st Lt.)
PEASE, John B.Asst. Surgeon, 07/19/1839-12/06/1916, bur. Concordia Cem., Concordia MS
RUTLEDGE, Sgt. Maj. Walter G.1841-1911 New Albany Union Co.
YOUNG, Capt. Thomas P.Commissary
SURATT, MalachiQuartermaster (Capt.)
HUBBARD, H. H.Surgeon
HOLT, JosephAsst. Surgeon
GREY, W. A.Chaplain
FRIERSON, WilsonChaplain, died in hospital 1864
WITHERSPOON, Thomas DwightChaplain
Co. A Tishomingo Rifles Tishomingo Co.
ADAIR, A. JeffApplied for pension in Tipton Co. TN
ADAIR, Robert W.
ADAMS, J.D.
ALDRIDGE, William P.12 Feb. 1825 - 21 April 1896, buried Lebanon Cemetery
ALLEN, Robert
ATKINS, John W.Captured Gettysburg, died 11/12/63 at Ft. Del., Del. bur. Finn's Point National cemetery, Salem, NJ
ATWOOD, Toliver W.
ARNOLD, Thomas J.1/25/1840 - 5/13/1911 buried Hodges Chapel Cemetery, Baldwyn, Prentiss Co., MS (same as Thomas N. below?)
ARNOLD, Thomas N.
AUSTIN, Calvin H.
BEARD, N. Champ
BEARWALDE, Edward
BEATY, David
BEATY, Lewis
BEATY, John
BELSHER, 2nd Lt. Arthur M.Died 6/11/1910 bur. Beauvoir Veterans Home. From Alcorn Co.
BEENE, John L.About 1840 - 1864 battle of Atlanta
BOCHEANS, J.H.
BONDS, James W.Killed at Gettysburg
BOONE, Capt. Brantly B.Later Lt. Col.
BOONE, 4th Sgt. Benjamin F.Mortally wounded at 1st Manassas, died 7/22/1861
BOONE, Reuben L.ROH Boonsborough, 5/16/1844 - 9/23/1906 buried Farmington, Alcorn Co. MS
BOONE, R.S.
BOONE, William H. H.1819 - 1900 buried Prentiss Co. MS?
BOOTH, J.H.
BOOTH, Joel W.
BOSHIERS, John H.Captured Corith, MS 11/27/1863, died Alton prison 04/07/64, buried State Ground.
BOWTON, Clark
BREWER, James H.
BROWN, Isaac Mason1825-1862 bur. Old Armstrong Cem. Prentiss Co.
BROYLES, Lafayette G.
BURCHAM, John M.
BURGE, John P.
BURNES, Giles M.
BURNES, John
BURNES, Ralph A.
BUTLER, Elliott L.
BUTLER, Mercer D.
BUTLER, Robert R.
BUTLER, Thomas N.Guntown Cemetery, Lee Co. (says Co. E)
BYNUM, George Washington5/16/1841 - 9/21/1914 buried Henry Cemetery, E. Corinth, Alcorn Co. MS
BYNUM, Joseph N.4/9/1843 - 1/27/1904 buried Hinkle Creek Cemetery, Biggerville, Alcorn Co. MS
BYNUM, Marcus W.
BYNUM, Nathaniel M.5/30/1845 - 1/14/1914 buried Henry Cemetery, Corinth, Alcorn Co. MS
BYNUM, 1st Cpl. Turner7/19/1841 - 3/9/1916 buried Henry Cemetery, Corinth, Alcorn Co. MS
BYNUM, William L. D.
BYNUM, W.S.
CANTRELL, Calaway H5/28/1865 Ft. Del bur. Finn's Point National Cemetery, Salem, NJ
CARAWAY, James P.
CARMACK, Joshua Y.
CARTER, Dug
CARTER, Joseph C.9/14/1827 - 5/8/1923 buried Carter's Chapel Cemetery, Boonville, MS
CARTER, Cpl. Thomas S.ROH the Wilderness May 5, 1864
CARTER, William E. D.
CAVANESS, William A.
CHAMLISS, William
CHRISMAN, E.
CHRISMAN, John C.ROH 2nd Manassas d. 21 Sep 1862 b. Warrenton, VA.
CLAYTON, Capt. Richard E.Mortally wounded at Sharpsburg, buried Elmwood Cemetery, Shepherdstown, W.Va.
COLE, Steve Y.
CONSTANTINE, James
COOLEY, Thomas J.Severely wounded at 1st Manassas applied for pension in Hardin Co. TN
COTTINGIM, M.M.Died 8/13/1863 bur. Mt. Olivet Cem. Frederick Co. Md. grave #213 (or 11/18/1862 grave #169)
COUNTS, Calvin H.
CURLEE, Cullen B.
DANCER, Henry
DANCER, Steven Pinkney7 Jul 1843-1 Sept 1917 b. Garretts Bluff Cem., Lamar Co., TX.
DANCER, William M
DAVENPORT, 2nd Lt. Henry2nd Lt. to 13 April 1861
DICKSON, Andrew M.
DUNAWAY, Andrew M.
DUNCAN, Charles P.2/27/1844 - 5/18/1920 buried Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Kossuth, Alcorn Co. MS
DUNCAN, Harry
EDWARDS, George W.
ESTES, Samuel G.
FARRIS, Cage
FARRIS, J. Micajah A.ROH Gettysburg July 1, 1863
FARRIS, John P.
FERGUSON, Calvin
FERGUSON, Willowby
FLAKE, Martin Van B.
FOWLER, Robert T.
FRIERSON, Thomas S. W.
FRIERSON, William V.
GALLAGHER, David L.
GALLAGHER, William1/25/1834 - 1/27/1911 buried Jacinto Cemetery, Alcorn Co., MS
GALLION, John M.(GALYEAN/GALYSAN) 01/10/1835 - 07/20/1897 buried Burnsville Cemetery, Burnsville, Tiahomingo Co., MS
GALYEN, J. T.11/11/1842 - 02/22/1887 buried Sardis Cemetery, Rienzi, Alcorn Co., MS
GIBBS, John
GIBSON, William J.
GILMER, James D.
GOLDSMITH, Daniel
GOOCH, J. D.
GOOCH, Pinkney D.
GREEN, J. Robert
HANCOCK, James M.
HARDWICK, McDonald
HARLOW, James W.
HARRIS, 5th Sgt. James
HARRISON, James A.
HARVEY, J. W.
HAY, Comsy Sgt. Nathaniel M.4/19/1840-4/15/1922 buried Verona Cemetery, Lee Co.
HAY, 2nd Cpl. M. M.
HAYS, G.M.
HELMS, E. W.
HENDERSON, 3rd Cpl. Robert H.
HENSON, Hamilton
HENSON, John H.Probably J.A. Henson bur. U Of VA Charlottesville VA
HESTER, Robert F.
HESTER, Woody
HILL, A.P.
HILL, Henry J.Killed at 1st Manassas
HILTON, James M/A.Captured 7/5/1863 at Gettysburg, died 1844-5/2/1865 age 21 as a POW
HOGAN, Michael
HOLLEY, John
HOLLEY, John C.
HONEY, Thomas J.
HUMPHRIES, Francis M.
HUMPHRIES, H. L. D.
HUNT, J. D.
JOBE, J. Fletcher
JOHNSON, Joseph W.
JONES, David
JONES, S. H.
KEY, Christopher Columbus
KEY, David L.
KEY, William J.ROH Gaines' Farm and Mavern Hill
KIZER, Benjamin F.
KIZER, Michael
LAIRD, James
LAIRD, John A.
LAWSON, Davenport Porter
LEATH, Frank
LEATH, Capt. James M.Capt. to 13 April 1862
LEE, Francis M.Applied for pension in Hardin Co. TN
LINDSEY, John S.
LONG, Richard B.
LOONEY, William H.ROH Sharpsburg - killed in action
MANESS, Benjamin H.
MANESS, William J.
MATHERS, 1st Lt. Gustavus A.Dismissed by court martial 10 Feb. 1863
MAYO, James Lewis
McANALLY, Thomas Jefferson
McELHANAN, James
McELHANAN, Marcus
McELWAYNE, David Andrew
McFADDEN, ?
McKAY, Isaac W.
McKAY, 3rd Lt. JamesMortally wounded 18 Aug. 1864
McKAY, S.J.
McRAY, Alexander
McRORY, W. D. T.
McRORY, Dr. Ellis/Elvis
MILLER, William D. K.Captured Gettysburg died 9/23/63 at Ft. Del., Del. bur. Finn's Pt., Salem, NJ
MITCHELL, Ruben P.Died of typhoid fever during war
MONROE, James M.
MONROE, Lewis A.
MOODY, 3rd Lt. William M.(Brevet) killed at Gettysburg 3 July 1863
MOORE, Martin V.
MOORE, Steven H.
MURPHY, Lewis
MURPHY, William B.Color cpl. at Gettysburg 1 July 1863 when colors were captured at railroad cut. 7/13/1842-2/1/1915 buried Calvary Cemetery, Falls Co., TX.
NASH, Richard
NEELY, Isaac R.
NEELY, Cpl. Samuel G.ROH Wilderness May 6, 1864, Talley's Mill, Spotsylvania Court-House, Bethesda Church, Weldon Railroad - dead before Dec. 10, 1864
NEELY, 3rd Lt. Robert A.
NEELY, William H.
NICHOLSON, David L.
NICOLSON, Thomas Jefferson3/3/1848-11/22/1935 bur. Marietta Church Cem., Prentiss Co.
PADEN, 3rd Sgt. William D.
PARISH, John H.
PARISH, Thomas T.Applied for pension in Gibson Co. TN
PARISH, William A.
PARKS, John DudleyWounded at 1st Manassas 7/21/1861, left leg amputated at thigh, 1838 - 1906 buried Independent Order of Odd Fellows Cemetery, Denton TX
PATRICK, Andrew J.13 Feb 1838-27 Jun 1862 Gaines Farm, VA
PATRICK, 2nd Lt. George WilsonResigned 12 July 1861
PATRICK, 4th Cpl. James M.
PATTERSON, Patrick
PAYNE, Thomas F. M.
PITTS, A. M.
PITTS, Benjamin
PITTS, John
PITTS, S. N.
PITTS, Younger
POWELL, David
PRUITT, F. M.
RALSTON, 1st Lt. George GreenWounded Gettysburg 1 July 1863, died 30 Jul 1864 buried Philadelphia National Cemetery
RALSTON, 1st Lt. William M.1st Lt. from 23 April 1862, died at Manassas 29 Aug. 1862
REECE, Charles G.
REECE, James Oscar6/20/1836-7/31/1862 bur. Pisgah Meth. Cem. Prentiss Co. MS
REED, James R.
REYNOLDS, Arthur M.
REYNOLDS, 1st Lt. Green G.Mortally wounded at Gettysburg 1 July 1863
REYNOLDS, George W.
REYNOLDS, Gilford G.
REYNOLDS, 1st Lt. Lafayette P.1st Lt. to reorganization
REYNOLDS, Thomas G.Died 11 Oct. 1861 b. Warrenton, VA.
ROBINSON, Arthur R.Captured Gettysburg died 12/23/63 at Ft. Del., Del. bur. Finn's Pt., Salem, NJ
ROLLINS, William
ROSE, John P.
RUSE, James O.
SELLERS, C.
SHEEHORN, C. L.
SHEEHORN, Michael
SHERRILL, Samuel P.
SHORT, Calvin
SLEDGE, James M.Born 1836 in GA. Died 5/29/1929 in Texas Soldier's Home, Austin, TX. Buried in State Cemetery, Austin.
SMITH, Balam J. M. C.
SMITH, James L.
SMITH, William R.
SPENCER, John
SPROLES, J. R.
SURATT, Capt. MalachiLater Quartermaster
SURATT, Thomas E.
SUTHERLAND, James W.
SWINEY, Thomas
SWEENEY, Wiley J.
TANKERSELY, James H.
TAPSCOTT, Lucius Lycurgus7/15/1838 Caswell Co., NC - 8/13/1905 Nettleton, MS
THOMAS, Albert G.
THOMAS, J. L.Killed at 1st Manassas
TREMBLE, Marcus L.
TREMBLE, Robert C.(Trimble) Buried Beauvoir Veterans Home. From Alcorn Co.
TROTT, James Frank
TURNER, William E.
WADE, Thomas J.
WALKER, Capt. Andrew R.Killed at Petersburg 15 Sept. 1864
WALKER, John
WALKER, John M.
WALTERS, Evander M.
WATKINS, William
WEATHERS, Gustavus A.
WHITE, Byron B.
WHITFIELD, John
WHITFIELD, Josiah
WHITESIDES, Robert G.
WILDS, Francis
WILKINSON, William C.
WILLIAMS, Andrew J.
WILLIAMS, Benjamin
WILLIAMS, Charles W. Jr.
WILLIAMS, G. B.
WILLIS, Nathaniel D.
WRIGHT, G. L.
Co. B O'Conner Rifles (one of four volunteer companies in Tippah County when Mississippi left the union -- from Ripley under Capt. J. H. Buchanan)
ADAMS, Samuel Cunningham27 Sept. 1834-17 June 1895 bur. New Hope Cemetery
ALLEN, John H.
ALSBROOK, Joseph
ARGUS, J. M.
ASBURY, James D.Died during war
AYERS, John M.
BARNET, L. J.
BARNETT, James T.7/29/1837-1/16/1894, buried Barnett Family Cem., Union Co.
BELL, Leroy R.Died 12 Sept. 1862 bur. Warrenton, VA.
BENNETT, James
BENNETT, Sgt. Miles J.Roll of Honor battle of Gettysburg July 1, 1863, 3 Mar. 1840-28 Aug. 1911 bur. Ripley Cemetery
BENNETT, Richard YoungRoll of Honor in battle of the Wilderness 5/6/1864, enlisted 3/1/1862, captured 4/2/1865 at Hatchers Run, 9/27/1836-3/2/1901 buried Ebenezer Cemetery, Chalybeate Tippah Co. MS
BENNETT, Walter James
BLACKWELL, Michael A.P.Killed at Gettysburg
BLACKWELL, William ThomasKilled in battle 1 July 1863 Gettysburg, Pa.
BLAKEY, William G.Paroled in hospital at Vicksburg
BOOKOUT, William GeneWounded at Manassas 29 Aug 1862, died 16 Sept 1862 b. Warrenton Cem., Warrenton VA.
BOSTWICK, Marcus KennedyKilled 30 Aug. at 2nd Manassas and buried 6 Sept. 1862 in Warrenton Cemetery, Warrenton, VA.
BOX, William R.
BOYD, Joseph L.Wounded at battle of Seven Pines 5/31/1862, died of wounds 6/14/1862 buried Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond VA Section P number 214
BOYD, Nathaniel P.Killed at Gettysburg
BRADDOCK, Cpl. Perry G.Roll of Honor battle of Falling Waters July 14, 1863
BRADDOCK, Stephen B.Killed in action at Bristoe Station, VA 10/14/1863
BRATTON, Joseph M.3/8/1839 - 10/4/1925 buried Protestant Cemetery, Marshall Co., MS
BROWN, JosephNative of Co. Donegal, Ireland, resident Tippah Co., died Strasburg, Va. 8/20/1861 aged 25 yrs, bur. Pres. Cem.
BUCHANAN, Maj. John H.4 Aug. 1819 - 5 May 1886 bur. Blue Mt. Cemetery
BUCHANAN, 1st Lt. John T.
BUCHANAN, William R.
BURNETT, Sgt. Daniel A.1834 TN - 1867 buried Ripley Cemetery, Tippah Co., MS
BYRN, 2nd Lt. Hugh Lawson "Loss"6/27/1840 - 1/2/1837 buried New Albany Cemetery, MS.
BYRN, Sgt. Lucas H.Served as Quartermaster and Ambalance Driver
BYRN, Rosodolphus "Rose" K.Severely wounded at 1st Manassas
BYRN, William H.Roll of Honor battle of Talley's Mill
CARTER, William RileyApplied for pension in Tipton Co. TN
COCHRAN, James J.
COCHRAN, William M.Roll of Honor battle of Bethesda Church
COCHRAN, William McDuff
COLE, William R.Died during war
COLEMAN, John
COLTHARP, Cpl. J. Brantley H.Died 17 Sept. 1862 bur. Warrenton
COLTHARP, John C.Dec. 22, 1825 - Nov. 10, 1902, b. McKay Cem., Benton Co.
COLTHARP, Matthew N.11 Aug 1830 - 10 Aug 1903 b. Sand Springs Cemetery, Blue Mt., Tippah Co., MS
COOMBS, William W.4 Feb. 1838 - 14 Dec. 1861 bur. Ross Chapel Cemetery
COOPER, James M.7 Oct 1841 - 4 Nov 1870 b. Old Hickory Flats Cem., Benton Co.
COOPER, Robert T.7 Sep 1840 - 13 Dec 1868 b. Old Hickory Flats Cem., Benton Co.
COOPER, Solon L.Killed 29 Aug 1862 2nd Manassas
COTTON, John H.Roll of Honor battle of Seven Pines - killed in action
COUNSEILLE, 2nd Lt. Henry T.12 Oct. 1836 - 11 Sept. 1881 bur. Rucker Cemetery, later Capt. Co. B 7th Miss. Cav.
COWAN, William H.
COX, James Monroe6/6/1842-12/15/1915, later a Dr. with bother E.A. Cox, suppose to be bur. Baldwyn, MS Cem. (unmarked)
CRASE, William A.
CRUM, Benjamin L.Died 5 Jan. 1895 b. Old Hickory Flat Cem., Benton Co.
CRUM, James G.Died 8 Sept. 1862 bur. Warrenton, VA.
CULP, Thomas J.
DACUS, David D.
DAVIS, Cyrus
DAVIS, William H.Roll of Honor battle of 2nd Manassas - killed in action
DEAN, Andrew
DELANEY, Robert E.Slightly wounded at 1st Manassas
DRY, Charles Franklin4-26-1840, enlisted 4/30/1861, discharged disability on 7/28/1861, re-enlisted March 1862 for 3-years. Lost a leg at the battle of Gaines Mill 6/27/1862, died 7/11/1910 Manila AR, buried Manila Cem.
DUNCAN, Sgt. Thomas H.1 Jan. 1827 - 30 Mar. 1908 bur. Shelby Creek Cemetery, Benton Co.
EDDINGS, Sgt. Pascal ClueRoll of honor battle of Bristoe Station, 9/24/1833 - 12/6/1927 buried Old Hickory Flat Cem., Benton Co., MS
FEWELL, Grandson TheodoreEnlisted Apr. 1861, captured 1 July 1863 Gettysburg, released 6/11/1865 Ft. Del., 7/14/1842-8/29/1920 bur. Briggs, Dillingham Burnet Co. TX
FLEMING, Andrew F.
FRYAR, Isaac C.12 Jan.1843 - 17 Nov 1910 b. Wiers Chapel Cemetery
FRYAR, Sgt. John W.Captured Gettysburg, d. 10/31/1863 Ft. Del., bur. Finn's Pt., Salem, NJ
GAMBRELL, George N.Killed
GLENN, Joseph K.
GLIDEWELL, John H.
GOLDSMITH, Samuel
GOSSETT, John M/W.Died during war
GOSSETT, Littlejohn G.Died 18 Sept. 1862 b. Warrenton, VA.
GOSSETT, William R.
GRACE, John L.Received the Southern Cross of Honor, severely wounded at 1st Manassas
GRACE, Virgil A.
GRAHAM, Walter C.8/10/1842 - 5/22/1935 buried Gerizim Cemetery, Union Co., MS
GRAY, Isaac N.
GRAY, Leonidas M.
GRAY, Rev. William A. Chaplin8 Jun 1807 - 23 Oct 1881 b. Ripley Cemetery
GUYTON, James F.
GUYTON, Q. Master Sgt. Joseph J.Later Capt. Co. F 7th Miss. Cav., 11 Jan. 1840-26 Apr. 1919 bur. Blue Mt. Cemetery
GUYTON, Luther C.Roll or Honor in the battle of the Wilderness May 5, 1864, died during war
HAMILTON, James W.
HAMMERSCHMIDT, Peter
HARRIS, Martin C.
HARRIS, Terrell S.Captured Gettysburg died 1/05/64 at Ft. Del., Del. bur. Finn's Pt., Salem, NJ
HEDDEN, Charles H.
HENDERSON, Robert B. "Blake"22 Dec. 1835 - 7 Jan. 1912 bur. New Hope Cemetery
HERD, H. B.Musician
HILL, David J.9/4/1827-10/18/1905 buried New Hope Cemetery
HOLCOMB, George P.
HOLCOMBE, Sgt. Levi D.
HOVIS, Sgt. James W.
HOVIS, Joseph E.11/24/1844-12/25/1906 bur. Providence Cem.
HOVIS, Lt. Col. H. Lawson B.Adjuntant, Nov. 1826 - 24 March 1864, bur. Ripley Cem.
HUMPHREYS, Charles W.
HUMPHREYS, David Word
HUNT, Dr. Enoch Newton2 July 1834 - 13 June 1895 bur. Ripley Cemetery
JACKSON, William L.
JOHNS, Henry H.Roll of Honor battle of Sharpsburg - killed in action
JONES, William D. J.
KELLY, John O.
KIMBLE, Gilbert B.
KNOX, Cpl. MatthewRoll of Honor battle of Weldon Railroad Aug. 19, 1864, slightly wounded 1st Manassas
LANCASTER, Joseph C.
LANCASTER, Samuel
LAUDERDALE, 1st. Lt. John C.Killed at Gettysburg
LEATHERWOOD, J.C.Died in Chicago
LEATHERWOOD, John N.1838-15 Jul 1864 Old Town Creek, MS b. Academy Cemetery
LEE, George W.Died of pneumonia 28 or 29 Jan 1862
LEE, William C.
LETT, James
LEWELLEN, Joseph H.
LIVINGSTON, Allen W.Slightly wounded at 1st Manassas
LIVINGSTON, Henry H.
LOWRY, R. Y.
LYONS, B. R.
LYONS, G. K.
MALLORY, William T.
MARTIN, Joseph Thomas1/15/1834-9/13/1900 bur. New Hope Cemetery
MARTON, W. M.
McBRIDE, J. C.
McCARLEY, Green10/13/63 bur. Cypress Hills National Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY
McCARVER, John W.
McCOWAN, William C.
McDANIEL, John W.Probably J.W. McDaniel bur. U Of VA Charlottesville VA
McDONALD, Lewis J.
McKAY, Sgt. Tristram BetheaRoll of Honor battle of Boonsborough - killed at Gettysburg
MEADOR, Ballard SamuelBorn 1829 Va., enlisted 5/1/1861, discharged 7-31-1862, enlisted 1st Miss. Partisan Rangers 8/1/1862, died about 1904 in Union Co.
MEADOR, Benjamin S.Born 8/14/1815, Anson Co. NC, enlisted 3/4/1861, discharged 4/25/1865, died 1/4/1878 Lauderdale Co. MS.
MILLER, Richmond L.
MILLER, William D. K.Captured Gettysburg died 9/23/63 at Ft. Del., Del. bur. Finn's Pt., Salem, NJ
MITCHEL, Zariah D.
MOLETTE, John D.
MONDAY, Westley O.
MOODY, 2nd Lt. William ColeWounded and captured Gettysburg 3 Jul 1863
MOORE, John A.
MURRY, John
NANCE, John O.11 Jun 1843 - 27 Aug 1915 b. Black Jack Cem., Benton Co.
NANCE, Thomas H.May 16, 1837 - Aug. 11, 1863, buried Nance Cemetery
NEELY, Alexander S.Obituary Aug. 1902 says died in last year, buried Rucker Cemetery
NELMS, Cpl. S. L.Roll of honor Battle of Spotsylvania Court-House
NOON, Daniel
NOONER, William L.
NORTON, Jacob A.
NORTON, Josiah H.
NORTON, Miles H.
NORTON, William CarrollDied 3/15/1924 bur. Ashland Cemetery, Benton Co. applied for pension in Hardeman Co. TN
NORTON, William M.Died during war
OSBORNE, William M.4/8/1835 - 1/15/1908 buried Spring Ridge Baptist Cemetery, Belmont, LA
PARKER, Joseph H.Roll of Honor battle of Malvern Hill - killed in action
PARR, Cpl. John W.Severely wounded at 1st Manassas, died 3 Dec. 1910 Pike Co., Ark.
PEARCE, Lazarus D.Died during war
PEGRAM, Amos J.Roll of Honor battle of Gaines' Farm - killed in action
POWERS, Capt. Henry H.
PRINCE, Thomas A.Died during war
RAY, Capt. John Henry ZimmermanBuried Pisgah Cemetery
RICHIE, Albert
RICHIE, Luther A.
RICHIE, Wilson M.
RILEY, James A.
ROBERTS, G. R.
ROBERTSON, James M.Died during war
ROWELL, James C.3 Mar. 1837 - 14 Apr. 1917 b. Walnut Creek Cemetery
RUTLEDGE, Sgt Maj. Walter G.4/10/1841-12/4/1911 New Albany Union Co.
SANDERSON, J. H.
SAUNDERS, Michael H.
SAUNDERS, Thomas J.Killed at Gettysburg 7/1/1863
SCALLY, George W. Born 1835, enlisted 18 Sept. 1861, medical discharge 1 Jan. 1862
SCALLY, 2nd Lt. John N.Born about 1831 TN, severely wounded at 1st Manassas, later Capt. Co. E 32nd Miss.
SEAKER, J. M.
SEARGEANT, James B.
SEARGEANT, WilburnSeverely wounded at 1st Manassas
SHORT, Ruben L.Died during war
SIMPSON, James H.
SIMS, George R.
SMITH, Allen G.Killed 29 Aug. 1862 2nd Manassas
SMITH, Byrd B.
SMITH, ElijahDied of disease at Ashland, VA on 5/21/1862
SMITH, Sgt. Harvey W.21 Sept. 1838 - 15 Dec. 1917 bur. New Hope Cemetery
SMITH, Lemuel
SPIGHT, William B.
SPRINGER, JesseDied during war
SUGGS, Isaac JosephDied 31 Mar. 1862 age 20 yrs. 11 months 10 days buried Ripley Cem.
SUTHERLAND, James
SWEENEY, MiltonDied during war
SWINNY, William Asberry
TALBERT, Samuel NixonEnlisted 6/25/1861 in Winchester, VA, discharged 7/24/1862 upon furnishing a substitute by the name of Henry Miller. He was 6 feet tall, fair complexion, hazel eyes, red hair, and that his occupation was a farmer. Died 11/20/1893 Dallas Co. AR, buried Hampton Springs Cem. Dallas County, AR.
TALBOT, William H.
TALBOTT, AllenSeverely wounded at 1st Manassas
TATE, Cpl. William M.Died during war
TAYLOR, Charles22 Aug. (year not stated) buried Philadephia National Cemetery
THOMAS, William A.15 Aug 1840 - 4 Sep 1895 b. Shady Grove Cemetery
THOMPSON, Benjamin F.Slightly wounded at 1st Manassas
THORN, John T.2 Dec. 1835 killed at 1st Manassas 21 July 1861 b. Thorn Cem.
TICER, Cpl. James PinkneyROH Gettysburg 7/3/1863 2/20/1836-1/23/1927 enlisted Tippah bur. Mt. Olivet Cem. Union Co.
VAIRIN, Sgt. Augustus L. P.
VAN HOOK, John L.Born 1844 in MS. Died 7/13/1908 in Texas Soldier's Home, Austin. Buried Texas State Cemetery, Austin, TX.
VERNOR, Zenas EmbreyBorn ca. 1839, Roll of Honor battle of Weldon Railroad Aug. 18, 1864
WADLINGTON, Tom R.Buried Old Greenwood Cem., Greenwood MS
WEBB, Henry T.severely wounded at 1st Manassas
WELTY, LafayetteTransferred to Co. L and later was in Co. C 22nd Reg. Tenn. Inf., d. 8/19/1866
WHITCHER, Vincent A.
WHITE, Cpl. Daniel M. B.ROH Gettysburg July 1, 1863 - killed in action
WHITEHEAD, H. J.
WHITEHEAD, Jasper NewtonBorn 1838 AL, died after Mar. 1903
WHITTEN, James M.12 Feb. 1826-4 Jan. 1906 bur. Whittentown Cemetery
WHITTEN John C.Died 24 Sept. 1862 b. Warrenton, VA.
WHITTEN, John J.25 Sept. 1817-18 Nov. 1895 bur. Ripley Cemetery
WHITTINGTON, George W.1837-1911 bur. New Oak Grove Union Co. discharged 4 Jan. 1862, re-enlisted 17 Feb. 1863, later a POW
WILSON, Moses
WINBORN, JesseDied during war
WOLFE, Alexander D.Slightly wounded at 1st Manassas, d. 7/30/1895 Dallas age 67, bur. Confederate Cem. Dallas TX
WOODS, John L.
YOUNG, Robert M.
Co. C Town Creek Rifles/Town Creek Riflemen Itawamba Co.
ANDERSON, James L.ROH Weldon Railroad Aug. 19, 1864- killed in action
ARMSTRONG, Kade A.
ASHFORD, William L.
ATKINS, Sgt. James A.ROH Malvern Hill - killed at Suffolk, April 25, 1863
BAZEMORE, John G.
BAZEMORE, William D.ROH Gettysburg July 3, 1863 - killed in action
BEACHUM, H. L.
BEACHUM, 2nd Cpl. James M.
BEAN, George8/19/1844 - 1/12/1921 buried Smithville Cemetery, Monroe Co. MS
BEAN, Sgt. John A.2/22/1841-2/8/1912 b. Wiygle Cemetery, Nettleton, Itawamba Co., MS
BELL, Sgt. John G.
BELL, John R.
BELL, WilliamROH Gaines' Farm - killed in action
BELLEW, Wiley
BESSONETTE, 2nd Lt. William C.1836 - 9/7/1926 bur. Beauvoir Veterans Home, Biloxi. From Harrison Co.
BIRMINGHAM, Joshua M.Buried Point Lookout Confederate Cem. St. Mary's Co. MD (BIRMINGHAM, Joshua M. 1844 Miss. - 1915, buried Center Hill Cemetery, Lee Co., MS)
BOND, William
BORUM, William C.
BROMLEY, John W.
BROMLEY, Capt. William C.
BROWN, George
BROWN, 2nd Lt. James W.
CARROLL, James H.
CASON, John H.
CHAMPION, George W.
CHAMPION, Jacob M.ROH Wilderness May 6, 1864
CLAYTON, Abner S.Killed at Sharpsburg at age 20
CLAYTON, Charles C.Enlisted 5/1/1861, age 27, captured Gettysburg 1 July 1863 report "deserted to the enemy at Ft. Delaware"
CLAYTON, Joshua S.Enlisted 5/1/1861, age 31, captured Gettysburg died 12/02/63 at Ft. Del., Del., b. Finn's Pt. National Cem.
COKER, W. T.
COMPSON, J. M.
CONNER, James J.
COPE, George A.
CRAYTON, William Walter
DALTON, Nicholas C.Died 4/3/1923, bur. Beauvoir Veterans Home. From Monroe Co.
DAVIS, James E. M.
DAVIS, John T.
DAVIS, 2nd Lt. Linsey L.Killed at Sharpsburg
DAVIS, William1819 - 1907 buried Tishomingo Co. MS?
DEATON, Sgt. ThomasKilled at 1st Manassas
DUVALL, Sgt. Joseph A. M.
DUVALL, Francis M.
EDWARDS, John A.
ENGLISH, John J.
EUBANKS, John B.
EVANS, James R.
FLYNN, Jesse H.
FLINN, John C.ROH Wilderness May 5, 1864
FRANCIS, James O. A.
FRANKLIN, Thomas M.
FRAZIER, James S.Also in Co. F died 9 Jan. 1865 bur. Camp Chase OH
FULLER, J. V.
GENTRY, L. A.
GORE, F. M.
GRAY, Thomas J.
GREEN, Sgt. Gaston
GREEN, J. G.
GREEN, John W.Killed at Gettysburg
HALL, Claiborne A.
HARRIS, Sgt. RobertROH Boonsborough - killed at Sharpsburg, d. 10/9/1862 bur. Mt. Olivet Cem. Frederick Co. Md. grave #96
HARRIS, Sylvesterborn 1847 buried Calhoun Co. MS?
HARRIS, Dr. Thomas C.Union Methodist Church Cemetery, Lee Co.
HARRISON, James M.
HENDERSON, James
HENDERSON, William C.
HOBBS, E. W.
HOBBS, L. H.
HOLMAN, Samuel W.
HOWARD, A. C.ROH Sharpsburg - killed in action
HUGHES, Dolpus E.ROH Bethesda Church
HUGHES, William M.Shannon Cemetery, Lee Co.
HUSSEY, Josiah
KIRKSEY, Christopher C.
LAMB, JamesKilled at Gettysburg
LANDCASTER, William R.
LASLIE, D. H.
LESLEY, G. G.Buried Files Cemetery, Itawamba Co.
LESLEY, James N.Killed at Gettysburg
LESLEY, Jacob
LESLEY, W. M.
LESLEY, William
LESLEY, Wilson
LYLES, J. T.
LUNA, John S.
MABRY, Thomas T.
MARCY, Osburn
MARION, Robert H.
MARSHALL, James A.[P]
MARTIN, Anderson Duke
MARTIN, George
MAYFIELD, John A.
MCCARTY, James
MCCARTY, William D.
MCDONALD, J. A.
MCDONALD, John J.
MCGREGOR, James E.[P]
MCHENRY, Cpl. John A.
MCPEAK, Daniel E.
MERCHANT, Richard F.Killed at 1st Manassas
MILES, William E.
MILLER, Archibald A.
MILLS, William B.
MITCHELL, William A.
MONTGOMERY, William P.
MORRIS, George W. B.
MORRIS, O. F.
MULLINS, Marion M.
NANCE, Cpl. W. W.2/25/1829 - 6/12/1904 bur. Walnut Creek Cemetery
NELSON, Lucius W. D.Killed at 1st Manassas
OWEN, 1st Lt. Samuel S.Later Adj.
PALMER, Cpl. John
PETTIGREW, James L.Died 1 Feb. 1929 bur. Elwood Cem. Memphis TN applied for pension in Shelby CO. TN
PETTIGREW, John W.T.
PETTIGREW, Thomas T.
PETTIGREW, William D.
PHELPS, John F.
POTTS, Jesse H.
POUNDS, 1st Lt. William M.
PRICE, Stephen
RAE, Thomas S.
RIDDLE, Ariel
RAY, Sgt. J. F.
REA, Andrew M.ROH Spotsylvania Court-House
ROBERTS, Alfred R.
ROBERTS, Joseph A.
ROBERTS, Cpl. Reuben M.
ROBERTS, Robert M.
ROBERTS, Sgt. Ruffin A.ROH Seven Pines - killed at Gettysburg
ROBINSON, (no first name given)
RODGERS, James E.
ROLLIN, Samuel
SANDERS, John A.
SARGENT, Aaron T.ROH Talley's Mill, born 1836 AL
SARGENT, 2nd Lt. James LayfayetteBorn 1/19/1833 in Richmond AL, died 10/7/1910 Cada OK.
SARGENT, JohnMonument Point Lookout, Md.
SARGENT, Phillip O.Born 1842
SARGENT, Romulus D.Born 1839 AL, died 1917
SARGENT, William J.
SCALES, Alfred M.5/10/1840 - 8/22/1891 buried Mt. Zion Baptist Cemetery, Bolingbroke, GA.
SCALES, P. A.
SCALES, R. E.
SISK, William JeffersonMissing at 1st Manassas
SMITH, E. H.
SPEARS, William
STEPHENS, Robert R.
STEPHENS, William O.
STOCKTON, Joseph S.
STORY, Henry H.ROH Gettysburg July 1, 1863 - killed July 3
STORY, Capt. John F.
STOVALL, George D.
STOVALL, Sgt. James Knox Polk6/2/1840 - 3/13/1912 buried Unity Presbyterian Cemetery Lee Co. MS
SUGAR, John
TABLER, John William H.Lived Kirkville MS where he died 1924
TALLY, John F.
TAYLOR, John G.1844-1909 bur. Johns Cem. Alcorn Co.
TERRELL, Samuel F.
THORN, John C.
TRAYLOR, Cpl. David H.Killed at 1st Manassas
TRAYLOR, Sgt. Thomas W.
TURNER, George H.ROH Weldon Railroad Aug. 18, 1864 - killed in action
TURNER, J. J.
TURNER, Joseph P.
VINCENT, Cpl. Charles S.ROH 2nd Manassas - killed in action
VINCENT, William A.
WALKER, Alfred R.
WALKER, David T.
WALKER, James B.
WATSON, Augustus
WEGUL, Alfred R.Died 10 Oct. 1862 bur. Warrenton, VA.
WEST, Robert AllenBorn about 1830 in SC, enlisted 3/1/62, Admitted with wound to hospital in Richmond, VA on 7/9/1863 (date of wound or engagment not provided in company records). Discharged on 11/6/1863 due to disability caused by wound, died in Baldwyn MS around 1903. Buried in Brice's Crossroads Cemetery.
WESTBROOK, William W.Severely wounded at 1st Manassas
WESTMORELAND, Henderson H. M.
WHEELER, J. T.Buried Beauvoir Soldiers Home Cem., from LeFlore Co.
WHEELER, Capt. James Fort09/21/1824-11/30/1906 bur. Odd Fellow Cem., Greenwood MS
WHITE, Arvin
WIGGLE, Alfred R.See Alfred R. Wegul above
WILLIAMS, James G.
WILLIAMS, William G.
WILSON, 2nd Lt. E. G.
WINSTON, 3rd Lt. Eaton G.
WISE, John B.
WIYGUL, A. B. MayfieldBuried Wiygul Cemetery, Itawamba Co., MS
WOODLAW, John H.
WREN, William
WYLIE, Jackson A.
WYLIE, Leroy
Co. D Joe Matthews Rifles/Beck Rifles (one of four volunteer companies in Tippah County when Mississippi left the union -- from Salem under Capt. William D. Beck)
ALLEN, Sgt. Ezekiel NicolasEnlisted May 1, 1861 Tippah Co.
ALLEN, Richard A.Slightly wounded at 1st Manassas
BARTLETT, JoshuaKilled in the Battle of Seven Pines
BECK, James OwenBorn ca. 1829, died after Nov. 1914 in Keatchie LA
BECK, 2rd Lt. Orrin Alston2/20/1803 in Chatham Co. NC d. 9/23/1868 bur. Beck Family Cem. (father of W.D. & J.O, uncle of Gen. N.B. Forrest)
BECK, Col. William Davis3/29/1825-9/18/1871 bur. Beck Family Cem. Benton Co. -- was a Capt. to 23 Apr. 1862, later Col. of 8th TN Cav.
BLESHER, Wylie
BLYTHE, Irvin J.
BLYTHE, J. H.
BLYTHE, James J.
BLYTHE, John W.
BLYTHE, 1st Newton J.1st Lt. in state service
BOX, Henry M.Born 1830 buried Bethel Methodist Cemtery, Benton Co.
BRADFORD, George W.
BRANDON, Capt. Robert M.Mortally wounded at Gettysburg 3 July 1863
BROWN, David M.
BROWN, George W.
BRUTON, Albury
BUFORD, Theodore Washington9/4/1836 - 11/26/1906 buried Pickens Cemetery, Holmes Co. MS
BURGE, John1820-1903 bur. Duncan Family Cem. Benton Co. MS
BUTLER, 2nd Lt. James C.enlisted 9 Mar 1861, elected 2nd Lt. 26 June 1861, killed 21 July 1861 at 1st Manassas
BUTLER, John Henry1842-7 Dec 1917 Memphis, Tn., enlisted 9 Mar 1861, deserted 28 May 1862, applied for pension in Shelby Co. TN
CASEY, William A.Died early in war
CATHEY, Gilbert A.Slightly wounded at 1st Manassas, 1/21/1841 - 3/7/1891 buried Mt. Zion West, Benton Co., MS
CHAMPION, Leander M.Member Alvarado (Johnson Co., TX) Camp of Ex-Confederate Veterans 12/21/1889
CHERRY, Joel Thomas9/3/1832-12/28/1875 bur. Liberty Meth. Cem., Benton Co.
CHILDERS, Levi A.
CHISHOLM, Edward S.
CHRISMAN, Isaac
CLEMENS, P. C.
COOK, (no first name given)
COOPER, Christopher ColumbusEnlisted 27 Apr. 1861, dued if dusease at Bristoe Station, VA 9/9/1861
COOPER, William S.Enlisted 27 Apr. 1861, slightly wounded at 1st Manassas
COX, Cpl. Joseph Jasper12/23/1841-7/1/1863, wounded 1st Manassas, killed Gettysburg, PA, brother of Wm.
COX, William FranklinBorn 3/28/1844, enlisted 1 Oct. 1861, killed at Gaines' Farm, VA 27 June 1862
CROCKETT, David C. W.
CROSBY, J.
DALE, John H.
DALE, William
DALTON, Sgt. Joseph
DANIEL, John M.
DAVIS, Ensign Christopher ColumbusColor bearer, ROH 2nd Manassas, severely wounded during the charge at Gettysburg 7/3/63, prisoner at Point Lookout Md. 3/2/64, died by sucide a year or two after the war
DEMNAN, N. A.
DUNCAN, Edward Ruthvin11/18/1825 - 3/7/1906 buried Duncan Family, Winborn, Benton Co., MS
DUNCAN, Henry W.3/9/1834 - 6/12/1900 buried Duncan Family Cemetery, Winborn, Benton Co., MS
DUNCAN, Rufus N.Born 1834, buried Duncan Family Cemetery, Benton Co.
DUNCAN, ThomasBuried Duncan Family Cemetery, Benton Co.
DYER, John T.
EAKER, Moser J.Killed at 1st Manassas
ELLIOTT, George W.
ELLIOTT, 2nd Lt. James J.Captured in Tippah Co. 12/8/62, died Alton, IL prison 03/23/63 of pneumonia
ELLIOTT, John BlytheROH Sharpsburg, 17 Sept. 1843-11 Feb. 1891 buried Liberty Meth. Cem., Benton Co., MS
ELLISON, Robert
ENNIS, James M.Also in Co. F
FERRELL, Alphonso T.
FINNERSON, John
FLOWERS, Benjamin
FULTON, JeremiahROH Gettysburg July 1, 1863
GARNER, John F.11/14/1830 - 2/16/1881, buried Brook's Chapel, Coldwater, Tate Co., MS
GRISHAM, Robert E.12/14/1842 - 9/5/1912 bur. Curtis Creek Cem., Benton Co. MS
GRESHAM, William JasperROH Talley's Mill, 12/18/1844-9/27/1909 bur. Ashland Cem. Benton Co.
HALE, Joseph
HAMMONS, Toleman H.
HAMPTON, Jacob T.
HARRIS, 1st Lt. Cornelius L.1st Lt. to reorganization
HASLEY, John H. T.
HICKS, Capt. John JasperWounded and disabled at Gettysburg 3 July, 1863, 6 Feb. 1831-8 Nov. 1910 bur. Liberty Meth. Cem., Benton Co.
HOLBROOK, William S.
HOLLAND, 1st Lt. Hugh S.1st Lt. to 11/4/1861 disability, 12/10/1829-3/17/1906 b. Old Hickory Flats Cem., Benton Co.
HOUSTON, Joseph A.3/4/1841-11/2/1914, buried Bluff Springs Baptist Cemetery, Benton Co., MS
HOUSTON, William B.ROH Boonsborough
JENNINGS, B. F.
JOHNSON, John W.
JOHNSON, ThomasBuried Selph-Collins Cemetery, Benton Co.
JONES, William H.
KINMAN, John
LAULER, Thomas
LEACH, William Thomas
LESLIE, Andrew V. B.
LEWIS, James P.ROH Gaines' Farm - killed in action
LINDSEY, WilliamDeserted and took oath of allegience
LOWREY, William B.1842 - 1916 buried New Hope Baptist Cemetery, Benton Co., MS
MAXEY, Thomas
MOONEY, Sgt. Alfred P.
MOONEY, PeterSlightly wounded at 1st Manassas
MOORE, 3rd Lt. John L.
MOORE, Cpl. William T.ROH Gettysburg July 3, 1863, 1 June 1837-15 Nov. 1909 bur. Bethel Meth. Cem., Benton Co.
NEAL, Benjamin A.
NEWMAN, Martin D.Buried Bethel Methodist Cem., Benton Co., MS
NOLAN, John M.
NUTT, Robert P.
NUTT, 1st Lt. Thompson12 May 1834 - 4 Jan. 1910, Van Buren Co, Ark., wounded at Sharpsburg, later Capt. Co. D 15th TN Cav.
OGAN, Thomas
OLIVER, Isaac S.
OSBORNE, William W.
PEDEN, Warren W.
PHILLIPS, Josiah W.
PINSON, William Harrison11/14/1841 SC or GA - 5/30/1922 bur. Myrtle Cem. Ennis TX, severely wounded in leg at Sharpsburg, MD
PLUNKETT, James R.
PLUNKETT, Joseph P.Severely wounded at 1st Manassas
PLUNKETT, Thomas P.
POGUE, Daniel
POWERS, John W.
PRESCOTT, James A.
PRESCOTT, Sgt. Zachariah D.ROH Wilderness May 5, 1864
RAY, Cpl. James W.
RAY, Joseph
RENICK, James TitusBuried Pine Grove Cemetery, Benton Co.
REYNOLDS, Robert H.
ROBINSON, CorneliusCaptured Gettysburg died 10/16/63 at Ft. Del., Del. bur. Finn's Pt., Salem, NJ
ROBINSON, Thomas H. B.
ROOKER, John C.
ROSS, Robert N.Severely wounded at 1st Manassas
ROSS, William C.
SAUNDERS, Thomas
SELPH, Sgt. Montgomery C.Slightly wounded at 1st Manassas, bur. Bethel Meth. Cemetery, Benton Co.
SHANKLE, Irvin
SHONE, Joseph A.1828 - 1897, buried Mt. Zion (west) Cemetery, Benton Co., MS
SKINNER, Calvin
SLAUGHTER, Peter W.
SPRINGER, Allen
STEPHENS, John J.
SWEET, Marion N.
THOMAS, John G.
THOMAS, William A.ROH Wilderness May 6, 1864, 15 Aug. 1840-4 Sept. 1895 b. Shady Grove Cem.
THOMPSON, 3rd Lt. Henry L.Severely wounded at 1st Manassas, wounded and disabled Sharpsburg, bur. Pine Grove Cem., Benton Co.
TIDWELL, James M.
TODD, Thomas B.Slightly wounded at 1st Manassas, bur. Hewitt, OK
TOOMBS, Albert G.
VARNUM, James M.
VAUGHN, Albert W.
WALDEN, Cpl. James A.ROH Bristoe Station
WALKER, George M.
WALKER, James H.ROH Seven Pines, 26 July 1837-27 Aug. 1912 bur. Pleasant Hill Bapt. Cem., Benton Co.
WALKER, Robert M.Missing at 1st Manassas
WEEDIN, Eli M.
WILKERSON, Jackson
WILKERSON, Stephen
WILLIS, 2rd Lt. Gideon W.
WILLIS, Robert F.
WILSON, George W.
WILSON, John W.ROH Bethesda Church
WILSON, Robert H.
WINBORNE, Joseph W.
WINSLOW, John W.
WOODS, William H.
Co. E Calhoun Rifles Itawamba Co.
ADAIR, John M.
ALLEN, John
ALLEN, Capt. William SpencerRetired account of wounds
ATWOOD, Toliver W.
BAILEY, A.
BAILEY, J. W.
BAILEY, 1st Lt. Payton R.
BAILY, Charles M.
BAKER, Thomas D.
BARKLEY, L. M.
BARNET, H. B.
BATES, James T.Severely wounded at 1st Manassas, died 24 Oct. 1862 bur. Warrenton, VA.
BATES, Capt. Robert P.Capt. till reorganization
BATES, Thomas P.
BENNETT, Henry H.
BENNETT, 1st Sgt. Levi M.
BENSON, George W.[P]
BENSON, William C.Buried Lynchburg Confederate Cemetery, Va.
BIEBER, John H.
BOOTH, Capt. John F.Resigned Aug. 1861
BOREN, William C.
BRADLEY, John W.
BRADLEY, Williamson
BRADON, William M.
BRAWNER, Jesse
BRAWNER, John M.
BRIDGEMAN, W. A.
BRIGHT, Samuel
BROADFOOT, A. G.
BRYANT, Benjamin R.
BRYANT, Joseph S.ROH Wilderness May 5, 1864
BRYANT, William M.4/26/1845 - 5/30/1922 buried Little Hope Cemetery, Tippah Co., MS
BRYSON, Cpl. William D.5/4/1837-12/26/1909 buried Old Bethany Cem., Lee Co.
BUFORD, Theodore W.
BUSE, Benjamin T.
BUSE, John W.
CARUTHERS, 2nd Lt. GilbertMortally wounded
CASEY, QM Sgt. James M.
CHILDERS, John
CHOATE, William P.
COGGINS, Jerry
COLE, John Wesley
COMPTON, Joseph E.ROH Gaines' Farm - killed in action 28 June 1862
DAVIS, Emanuel W.Died of disease at Camp Jones, Bristoe Station, VA 8/7/1861
DULANY, W. H.
DUNN, George W.
DUNN, Jesse N.
DUNN, Joseph N.
EARWOOD, Isaac L.
EASLEY, Pleasant L.Captured Gettysburg died 8/26/64 at Ft. Del., Del. bur. Finn's Pt., Salem, NJ
EDGE, David M.
EDGE, Elijah
ELLIS, William P.
ESTEP, Rufus D.
EVANS, Oliver P.Captured Gettysburg died 8/27/64 at Ft. Del., Del.
FIFE, Samuel T.ROH Weldon Railroad Aug. 19, 1864
FISHER, James S.
FISHER, Newton JasperKilled at Gettysburg
FISHER, William B.
FLANAGAN, Edward H.
FLANAGAN, John J.
FLANAGAN, Michael
FLOYD, Philip G.
FORD, Francis M.
FORD, Newton
FRAZIER, Alexander
GIBBS, John
GRIFFIN, James T.
GUESS, William E.
HAGERTY, William
HANKINS, Cpl. Samuel W.Born about 1845, was later a 1st Lt. of Cav., wrote Simple Story of a Soldier. Died 7/22/1918 bur. Beauvoir Veterans Home. From Lauderdale Co.
HARDCASTLE, Granison L.
HARTSFIELD, Alexander S.
HELVENSTEIN, Eugene
HELVENSTINE, Thaddeus H.
HENDERSON, William M.
HINES, James K.Furloughed home sick 8/31/1862. Deserted and joined 10th Miss. Cav., born 1844 in MS. Died 6/28/1918 in Texas Soldier's Home. Buried Texas State Cemetery, Austin, TX.
HOPKINS, James H.
HOPKINS, James M.
HOSKINS, Jasper N.
HOWARDTON, Richard
HUGHES, J. B.
HUGES, Robert Singleton C.Captured Gettysburg died 3/01/64 at Ft. Del., Del. bur. Finn's Pt., Salem, NJ, apparently a memorial in Hughes Cemetery, Prentiss Co., MS
HUMPHREYS, Cpl. Charles L.ROH Gettysburg July 1, 1863, wounded in right side and liver at railroad cut, died 15 July 1863
IVEY, Francis M.Born 1831 in SC. Died 1/30/1907 in Texas Soldier's Home, Austin. Buried Texas State Cemetery, Austin, TX
JACKSON, Ephram D.
JACKSON, Henry N.
JACKSON, S. B.
JOHNSON, William C.
JONES, John
JONES, Marion F.
JONES, Sgt. Rufus C.One of two men in the Co. fit for duty after Gettysburg charge
KELLY, James
KENT, Stephen W.
KEYS, George E.
KEYS, Sgt. William H.2/19/40-11/27/27 Euclatubba Cemetery, Lee Co. [P]
KILE, C.
KNOTT, Cpl. James S.
KNOTT, Rufus D.
KNOX, John
KYLE, James R.
KYLE, Samuel D.ROH Wilderness May 5, 1864
LASSITER, William L.
LAVALL, John
LEATHERS, Doctor FranklinCaptured Gettysburg died 2/24/64 Ft. Del, bur. Finn's Pt., Salem, NJ
LESLEY, Edward
LESLEY, Samuel
LEVETT, William F. M.ROH Talley's Mill
LICHMAN, G.
LINLY, William H.
LONG, James M.[P]
LONG, Richard C.Born 1820 in AL. Left Texas Soldier's Home, Austin, TX in 1894.
LONG, William E.
MARDUS, Charles W.
MAXEY, Edward Virgil Bryon8/9/1841-7/25/1918 bur. Wright Chapel Cem., Sevier Co. AR., only record found of him
MAYS, 1st Stephen ThomasTo reorganization
MCCLAIN, Pvt. Major T.1838-1908 bur. Baldwyn Cem. Baldwyn MS
MCCOMBS, William H.
MCCULLY, Daniel
MCCULLY, Ephram H.
McCULLY, Cpl. JamesROH Seven Pines - killed Sharpsburg
McCULLY, Cpl. James D.Captured Gettysburg died 12/26/64 at Ft. Del., Del. bur. Finn's Pt., Salem, NJ
McCULLY, John T.Fellowship Cemetery, Lee Co.
MCDONALD, James
MCDONALD, James H.
MCFANNIN, Van B.
MCGEE, William R.
MCKAY, J. C.
MCNUTT, J. R.
McPHERSON, William WallaceApplied for pension in Shelby Co. TN
MEANS, Edwin Penny1839-1864, son of Thomas Means, bur. Kyle Cem. Lee Co.
MELTON, John F.
MELTON, Marion
MICKLS, John
MILLER, Elijah T.
MILLER, EmilDied 1933 b. Berkner Cemetery Vergenne IL.
MILLER, Newton
MONK, Sgt. George W.ROH Boonsborough - killed in action at Bristoe Station 10/14/1863
MONK, Richard J.
NELSON, Charles R.Severely wounded at 1st Manassas
NERWOOD, N. L.
NEWBURY/NEWBERRY, John BarlowEnlisted 5/10/1861, 9/12/1840-12/29/1912, bur. Pearce Cem., Conchise Co., AZ
O'CONNELL, James
O'KELLY, James
O'KELY, T.
PAYNE, John A.
PERRY, S.
POWELL, Cpl. William C.Slightly wounded at 1st Manassas
PRICE, John B.
PRYOR, John H.
QUILLIN, Henderson
RAINS, Oliver T.Born 1840, enlisted 2-26-1862, captured Gettysburg 7-1-1863, released 6-11-1865
RAPER, Robert
RATLIFF, James R.
RICE, James M.Died 10/23/1906 bur. Beauvoir Veterans Home. From Prentiss Co.
RICHARDSON, 3rd Lt. Benjamin F.killed at Gettysburg 3 July 1863
ROBINSON, Abner C.
ROBINSON, Capt. Marcus LafayetteCapt. to 15 Nov. 1862. Discharged due to disability. Admitted to Lee Camp Soldiers Home, Richmond, Va in 1905 and died there April 11, 1921.
ROPER, H.
ROPER, S.
SCOTT, Samuel BerryOne of two men in the Co. fit for duty after Gettysburg
SCOTT, WilliamDied of disease 8/11/1861 at Bristoe Station, VA.
SELLMAN, Benjamin T.
SHACKLEFORD, William H.Called Billie Shackfoot by Samuel Hankins in his diary, died of smallpox
SHOLE, William
SMITH, 1st Sgt. Stephen D.
SPARKS, William
STEVENSON, 2nd Lt. Andrew R.Discharged, died 12/26/1910 bur. Lebanon Cem. Prentiss Co. MS
STOCKS, Calvin C.
STOCKS, Henry C.
STRICKLAND, Condary D.
STRICKLAND, S.
STRICKLAND, Sgt. Thomas K.Wounded at 1st Manassas
STRICKLAND, W.
SULLIVAN, Francis
SWINNY, William Asberry
TABOR, Thomas A.6/06/38-6/14/04 buried Baldwyn City Cemetery
THOMAS, Cpl. John D.
THOMAS, John L.
THOMAS, William E.Buried U Of VA Charlottesville VA
THOMPSON, J. W.Paroled at Vicksburg, 1820-11 April 1879 bur. Godwin family cemetery
VAUGHN, William C.
WAITS, C.
WAITS, John
WALKER, Hampton C.
WALKER, James A.
WALKER, John
WALL, John I.
WATSON, Hezekiah C.
WATT, James T.1827-1907 Old Bethany Cem. Union Co.
WEEMS, James F.Died 2/2/1927 bur. Beauvoir Veterans Home. From Lee Co.
WEEMS, William KingWounded in thigh at the railroad cut, Gettysburg. 1839-1919 bur. Baldwyn Cem. Baldwyn MS
WHITE, L.
WHITLEY, J. J.
WHITLEY, 1st Lt. RobertProbably Robert Whitby slightly wounded 1st Manassas. Died 9/20/1916 bur. Beauvoir Veterans Home. From Ittawamba Co.
WILLIAMS, Erasmus M.
WILSON, Cpl. George A.Died from wounds received at the railroad cut, Gettysburg 1 July 1863 (see Simple Story)
WINTERS, James M.
WOODARD, Thomas S.ROH 2nd Manassas - killed at Suffolk, May 21, 1863
WOODWARD, Cpl. Ivy R.Slightly wounded at 1st Manassas
WOODWARD, 2rd Lt. Westley
Co. F Magnolia Rifles/Magnolia Guards from Tippah Co.
AYERS, William T.ROH Talley's Mill
ALEXANDER, Daniel H.
BARKLEY, Cpl. George Gracy6/29/1833 - 12/14/1895 buried Ebenezer Cemetery (Cotton Plant)
BEARD, Jacob S.
BEARDEN, 2nd Lt. John G
BLACK, Sgt. James PressleyBorn 5 Sep 1839, ROH Sharpsburg - killed in action 17 Sep 1862 Sharpsburg MD.
BLYTHE, Lewis J.ROH Gettysburg July 3, 1863
BOOKER, John Benson22 Jun 1839 - 5 Feb. 1924 bur. New Salem Cemetery, Tippah Co., MS
BOOKER, Joseph Madison1848-1933 bur. Wiers Chapel Cemetery
BRANDON, Philip F.Died 1898 buried Old Bethel Cemetery, Pontotoc Co. MS
BRASELMANN, 2 Lt. Nathan ThomasKilled at 1st Manassas, 26 Feb. 1834-21 July 1861 buried Oak Plain Cem. Union Co.
BREWER, Noah
BRIGHT, Isaiah3/8/1836 - 10/23/1907 buried Pleasant Hill Baptist Cemetery, Benton Co.
BRINTON, J. W.
BROWN, David M.
BROWN, John J.ROH Wilderness May 6, 1864, 7/13/1840 - 9/14/1889 buried Bethlehem Cemetery, Benton Co.
BROWN, Joseph H.
BURNS, William
BUTLER, Cpl. Armstead M.ROH Bristoe Station enlisted Tippah Co. 9/6/1833 - 3/11/1929 buried Beulah Cemetery, Union Co.
BUTLER, George W.
CHILDERS, JamesBuried in Bristol Cemetery. Ellis Co. TX
CHILDERS, Landon D.
CLARK, Hosea L.Died of disease 7/15/1862 buried Confederate Cemetery, Scottsville, VA
CLARK, James M.
CLARK, Joseph C.5/6/1832 - 11/18/1907 buried Jacobs Chapel Cemetery, Tippah Co. MS (unmarked?)
CLARK, Joseph F. M.
CONWAY, Michael
COOK, John C.Severely wounded at 1st Manassas
COX, Robert H.Buried Edge Hill Cemetery, Charlestown, Jefferson Co., WV
COX, William
CUTBIRTH, Christopher Columbus3/8/1839 - 9/1/1923 buried Cuthbert Cemetery near Blue Mt., Tippah Co., MS
CUTBIRTH, Daniel BooneROH Wilderness May 5, 1864, killed
CUTBIRTH, Frances Marion1812 - 1882, was a resident of Ripley, buried Hall Hill Cemetery, Tippah Co., MS
CUTBIRTH, RobertEnlisted 3/1/1862 age 22, killed Gaines Mill 6/27/1862
DALTON, Sgt. James Haywood
DAVENPORT, John W.
DAVIS, Bvt. 2 Lt. Jefferson J. 8/27/1835 - 11/6/1911 buried New Albany Cemetery, Union Co., MS
DAVIS, Capt. William L.
DAWKINS, Henry M.
DUNBAR, Pat P.
DUNN, Joseph F.
ENNIS, James M.Also in Co. D
FALKNER, Capt. William ClarkLater Col. of Regiment
FOOTE, Cpl. William Henry Jr.Ca. 1840 - 11/27/1913 Enlisted 5/1/, wounded at Gaines Mill 6/27/1862 (arm amputated). Discharged on 12/15/1863 disability, resident of Blue Mt., bur. Academy Cem.
FORD, Charles A. H.Died 21 Dec. 1861
FORD, 1st Lt. Thomas
FORSYTHE, James A. B.Killed at Gettysburg
FOWLER, S. K.
FRAZIER, James S.Also in Co. C died 9 Jan. 1865 bur. Camp Chase OH
FRAZIER, Samuel W.
FRYAR, Thomas J.5 Feb. 1809 - 3 Aug. 1878 bur. New York Cem., also Co. B 23rd Miss.
GREEN, George W.
GREEN, John A.Killed at 1st Manassas
GRESHAM, William JasperROH Talley's Mill, 12/18/1844-9/27/1909 bur. Ashland Cem. Benton Co.
GRIFFIN, David H.Buried Reagan, OK
GUY, William H.Died Oct 13 1864 buried Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond VA section V number 268
HALL, John J.
HAMILTON, PickneyDied 1900 bur. Gerizim Cem. Union Co. (F.P. [P]?)
HARBIN, John L.ROH 2nd Manassas - killed in action
HARDIN, Pinckney G.5/1/1838-9/19/1923 bur. Pleasant Ridge Cem., Union Co.
HEDDEN, John S.Buried Point Lookout, Md.
HENLEY, Thomas J.
HERRING, Robert A.
HERRING, Thomas J.
HOBSON, JamesEnlisted 4/30/1861 Ripley for 3 years by Col. Falkner. 3/1/1862 he was transfered from Co. L to Co. F and sent to Richmond VA. Discharged by reason of great disability from Typhoid 7/23/1862
HUDSON, Lewis J.killed at 1st Manassas
JACKSON, John W.
JENKINS, 2nd Lt. Ransomkilled 2 Oct. 1864
JENKINS, Cpl. William J.
JOHNSON, 2nd Lt. Daniel A.
JOHNSON, Cpl. John F.
JONES, William P.
KELLY, Thomas D.
KENT, James W.Died in CSA service 6/15/1862
KING, John S.6 Sept. 1840 - 22 Apr. 1918 bur. Harmony Cemetery
KING, William H.
LAKEY, Pleasant H.
LAKEY, William
LEWIS, Bynum
LIDDELL, Sgt. Samuel BalisKilled at Gettysburg, Pa. Jul 03, 1863
LILES, William W.
LIVINGSTON, Allen W.Slightly wounded at 1st Manassas
LOKEY, Sgt. John D.
LUNA, Isaac D.26 Jan. 1839 - 1 Oct. 1863 bur. New Salem Cemetery
LUNA, Cpl. James W.
LUNA, John CurrinBorn about 1827, may have died in the war
LUNA, William LafayetteROH Gettysburg July 1, 1863, lost his right arm. 24 July 1829-8 May 1919, b. New Salem Cem.
MAHORBA, Samuel M.
MARTIN, John M.
MARTINDALE, Claiborne
MASK, John Silas
MAY, Benjamin
McBRYDE, Sgt. John A.Captured Gettysburg, imprisoned Ft. Del. to end of war, received the Southern Cross of Honor, 1/18/1838-2/16/1908 b. Ebenezer Cem. Cotton Plant
McBRYDE, Samuel Andrew28 Feb. 1840-21 July 1861 at 1st Manassas, b. Ebenezer Cem., Cotton Plant
McBRYDE, William R.
McCARVER, James M.[P]
McDONALD, James
McDUFFIE, George
McHANSARD, James
MELTON, Levi BentonApplied for pension from Tipton Co. TN, 12/?/1840-3/1/1914 buried Mumford Cem., Covington, TN
MERCER, Elijah4 Apr. 1841-14 Aug. 1898 bur. New Salem Cemetery
MERCER, Cpl. Marion
MILLER, William HenryROH Falling Waters 14 July 1863
MOORE, John G.
MOORE, Samuel
MORGAN, John B.
MORGAN, William
MORGAN, William A.Severely wounded at 1st Manassas
MURTHRA, John
NEWTON, Sgt. Thomas J.
NORTHCROSS, Richard L.ROH Gaines' Farm - killed in action 6/27/62
NORTON, John A.Mortally wounded at 1st Manassas
NORVELL, James M.2/7/1838-1/14/1897 enlisted Noxubee bur. Gerizim Union Co.
PATTON, 2nd Lt. Duncan M.
PATTON, Jerome B.
PATTON, Mathew L.
PENNEBAKER, Samuel W.Received the Southern Cross of Honor. 4/18/1843-4/27/1924 bur. Beauvoir Veterans Home. From Tippah Co.
PICKENS, Samuel J.
PICKINS, Richmond C.
PITTMAN, 2nd Cpl. John Louis17 Nov 1839-12 Feb. 1923 bur. Ferguson Family Cem.
PITTS, John P.
POWERS, Capt. Henry H.
PRINCE, Joel
RABY, James H.
RALPH, John L.ROH Malvern Hill - killed at Sharpsburg
RALPH, William H. H.ROH Spotsylvania Court-House
REAGH, J. C.
RENFRO, James A.
ROBERSON, James B.Wounded at 1st Manassas, died of pneumonia at Camp Jones, Bristoe Station, VA 9/22/1861
ROBERSON, Sgt. Thomas J.
ROBINSON, CorneliusCaptured Gettysburg died 10/16/63 at Ft. Del., Del. bur. Finn's Pt., Salem, NJ
ROBINSON, Michael
RODGERS, William E.
RUCKER, Capt. Abbott C.
SAUNDERS, James W.
SISSOM, Andrew
SELPH, Sgt. Montgomery C.Buried Bethel Meth. Cemetery, Benton Co.
SMITH, George W.
SMITH, H. R.Applied for pension in Haywood Co. TN
SMITH, James B.ROH Seven Pines - killed in action
SMITH, 2 Lt. John H.Killed at 1st Manassas 3/20/1829-7/21/1861 bur. Gerizim Cem. Union Co. (memorial?)
SMITH, Cpl. John P.
SMITH, S.
SOUTH, Abner O.Later in 7th MS Cav., captured 4/17/1863 at Hernando MS, died in Alton, IL prison 7/7/1863 of smallpox
SPOONER, William
SPRINGER, Allen
SPURGEON, John Jr.Killed second battle of Bull Run 8/30/1862
STANFIELD, William D.
STEWARD, James S.
STEWART, John A.
STOREY, 1st Lt. Thomas2 July 1837 - 15 Oct. 1917 bur. Dumas Cemetery (Obit. says Capt.)
STREET, Elliott Autry6/14/1843-10/14/1909 in Roscoe TX, later 3rd Lt. in Co. A 2nd MS State Cav. Reserves under brother Sol Street
STREET, 1st Sgt. Solomon G.abt. 1831- 5/2/1864 Bolivar TN, later Maj. Co. A 2nd MS State Cav. Res. and under Gen. N.B. Forrest
STRICKLIN, Edward W.16 Aug. 1834-20 Jan. 1892 bur. Wiers Chapel Cemetery, also served in Co. L
SULLIVAN, Sgt. Ed D.killed at 1st Manassas
TARVER, Benjamin L.
TAYLOR, Eli
THOMPSON, Thomas G. NROH Boonsborough - killed at Sharpsburg
THORNTON, T. B.
TIDWELL, James M.
TUDOR, John G.
VESTER, Robert
WALKER, Benjamin F.4 Dec. 1842-28 June 1918 bur. Walnut Creek Cemetery
WALKER, George M.
WALKER, Thomas L.
WALL, 2nd Lt. John J.
WALLACE, Thomas D.Born 1827 in TN. Died 1908 in Texas Soldier's Home, Austin.
WEBB, Andrew J.
WAMMACK, William CalvinEnlisted 1 Mar. 1862, 4 Mar. 1838-23 Feb. 1917 bur. Jacobs Chapel Cem.
WOODS, Egbert S.G.Enlisted 11 Mar. 1862 age 29, died 16 Oct. 1914 bur. North Union Cemetery, Webster Co., MS.
WORSHAM, Richard C.severely wounded at 1st Manassas
Co. G Pontotoc Minute Men Pontotoc Co.
ADKINS, Charles B.Buried U Of VA Charlottesville VA, died about 8/12/1861 of typhoid fever
ADKINS, J. B.
AINGELL, Elijah L.Born 2/12/1828, discharged for disability 1/3/1862 at Camp Fisher, VA
ALEXANDER, James W.Wounded in hip at 1st Manassas 7/21/1861, discharged for disability 8/21/1861 [P]
BARKSDALE, Sgt. James M.Enlisted 5/1/1861, wounded at Seven Pines, discharged 8/2/1862 over age [P]
BARKSDALE, Rowdy M.Son of James, killed at Seven Pines 5/31/1861 [P]
BARR, WilliamEnlisted 3/1/1861 age 39, discharged for disability 11/6/1861 [P]
BARTON, Elias
BENSON, Joseph P.Enlisted 5/1/1861, age 18, discharged for disability 9/22/1861 [P]
BOX, Able MadisonEnlisted Mar. 1862 age 18, deserted Sept. 1862, 1842-1925, bur. Mt. Zion Cem. Whelling Winn Parish LA
BOYCE, David A.Enlisted 5/1/1861, wounded at 1st Manassas 7/21/1861, discharged for disability 2/25/1862
BUCHANAN, 2nd Cpl. Joseph M.Enlisted Apr. 1861 age 22, discharged for disability 12/28/1861 at Camp Fisher, 3/3/1839 - 3/9/1893 buried Redland Cemetery, Pontotoc Co. MS
CARR, 3rd Lt. Oliver C.Enlisted 3/2/1861 age 22, elected 3rd Lt. 10/29/1861, not reelected 4/23/1862 and resigned, 7/22/1838 - 1/22/1911 buried Pontotoc Cemetery, Pontotoc Co. MS
CARY, MilesJoined co. 7/15/1862 at Richmond as substitute for Isaac Mooser. Listed as sick for 2nd Manassas, South Mt. and Sharpsburg in 1862, absent at Gettysburg. Shown as deserter after Dec. 1863
CHILDERS, Levi A.Farmer age 23 from Tippah Co. initially joined Co. D, transferred to G 2/1/1863, wounded at Wilderness, returned 5/17/1864, furloughed 2/5/1865, AWOL 2/28/1865
CHILDERS, William C.Joined 3/5/1862 age 30 from Tippah Co., wounded Gettysburg 7/1/1863, furloughed 40 days from 8/12/1863, listed deserter Oct. 1863, may have been prisoner
CLEMENTS, Andrew J.Age 30, severely wounded throat and jaw at 1st Manassas, died of wounds 8/15/1862, bur. U. of VA Charlottesville VA
CLEMENTS, Cpl. Gabriel A.Enlisted 5/1/1861 age 27, mortally wounded at 2nd Manassas and died 12/31/1862 at Howard's Grove, VA
COMBS, 2nd Lt. James W.Born 10/4/1839, slightly wounded at 1st Manassas [P]
COMBS, William M.Enlisted 5/1/1861 age 19, captured at Falling waters 7/14/1863, imprisoned Point Lookout, MD, exchanged Feb. 1865 9/6/1832 - 3/11/1885 buried Hewhope Cemetery, Pontotoc Co. MS [P]
COOPER, Cpl. Thomas J. S.Enlisted Apr. 1861 age 18, ROH Malvern Hill, captured Hatcher's Run 4/2/1865, release on oath 6/11/1865 [P]
CRAWFORD, Capt. Thomas J.Enlisted 3/2/1861 age 27, wounded 1 Oct. 1864 at Ft. Archer, furloughed to Okolona MS for 40 days, listed AWOL 12/31/1864, 5/9/1836 - 6/15/1898 buried Gursham Cemetery, Pontotoc Co. MS
DAGGETT, 2nd Sgt. Frederick H.ROH Sharpsburg, captured Railroad Cut at Gettysburg 1 July 1863 held Ft. Del. until 6/20/1865, moved to West Point MS and died 6/20/1911 [P]
DANDRIDGE, Spottswood N.Enlisted 5/1/1861 age 18, shot in thigh at 1st Manassas, discharged due to wounds 11/15/1861, 3/21/1842 - 12/5/1907 buried Pontotoc Cemetery, Pontotoc Co. MS [P]
DICKSON, Abner M.Enlisted 3/1/1862 age 18, died of disease May 1862 at Richmond
DICKSON, George A.Discharged 8/2/1862 over age [P]
DICKSON, Robert B.Probably enlisted Mar. 1862 age 20, died of disease Staunton VA Dec. 1862
DILLARD, Sgt. James M.Wounded left leg 7/1/1863 Gettysburg, captured 7/5/1863, paroled Hammond US General Hospital, Point Lookout MD 4/30/1864, furloughed 30 days 5/21/1864, AWOL 10/31/1864, prisoner paroled Columbus MS 5/17/1865, 3/6/1842 - 9/14/1926 buried Birmingham Cemetery, Lee Co. [P]
DILLARD, Sgt. John T.Enlisted Mar. 1862 age 18, ROH Talley's Mill, battle of Bethesda Church, paroled Appomatox Court House 4/9/1865 [P]
DILLARD, Capt. John W.Enlisted 3/2/1861 age 23, wound 7/3/1863 Gettysburg, captured Green Castle PA 7/5/1863, imprisoned Johnson Island, promoted Capt. 7/8/1863 while POW, paroled and forwarded for exchange to City Point, VA 2/24/1865 [P]
DODD, DanielEnlisted Apr. 1861 age 21, killed at 2nd Manassas [P]
DONALDSON, 4th Sgt. Joel J.Enlisted Apr. 1861 age 30, ROH Gettysburg July 3, 1863 where he was wounded in both legs, treated at DeCamp General Hospital David's Island NY City Harbor, paroled for exchange City Point VA 8/28/1863, returned to duty 9/25/1863, captured Hatcher's Run 4/2/1865, released Point Lookout MD on oath 6/11/1865, 11/11/1834 - 12/23/1901 buried Old Bethel Cemetery, Pontotoc Co. MS [P]
DONALDSON, Cpl. John B.Enlisted 9/16/1861 age 26, severely wounded Ft. Archer 9/1/1864, retired by medical board 2/1/1865, 11/14/1834 - 9/1/1869 buried Old Bethel Cemetery, Pontotoc Co. MS.
DONALDSON, William E.Enlisted early 1861 age 33, discharged for asthma 9/8/1861 7/4/1828 - 12/31/1896 buried Old Bethel Cemtery, Pontotoc Co. MS [P]
DRAKE, 1st Lt. RichardEnlisted 3/2/1861 age 20, ROH Gaines' Farm, promoted Lt. & Chief Ord. Laws Brigade, applied for pension in Shelby Co. TN [P]
DUFF, John S.Enlisted Apr. 1861 ate 24, died of disease Feb. 1862 [P]
DYE, James A.
EARLE, Charles W.[P]
EARLE, Cpl. Ezias L.ROH Spotsylvania Court-House [P]
EARLY, LeviEnlisted 3/1/1862 age 35, died of disease in camp at Richmond VA 11/2/1862 [P]
EASTERWOOD, 5th Sgt. George M.Enlisted Apr. 1861 age 24, ROH Falling Waters July 14, 1863 [P]
ECHOLES, B. FranklinEnlisted 3/1/1862 age 18, killed in action Sharpsburg 9/17/1862 [P]
EDINGTON, John M.Enlisted in 1862 age 40, detailed hospital nurse, captured 7/5/1865 tending wounded, POW Point Lookout MD where he died 9/28/1863,buried there [P]
EDINGTON, Robert S.Age 31, wounded in right lung 7/1/1863 Gettysburg, returned to duty 1/15/1864, captured Hatcher's Run on 4/2/1865, released from Point Lookout MD on oath 6/11/1865 [P]
EDWARDS, James W.Enlisted April 1861 age 20, wounded Gettysburg 7/1/1863, returned to duty 9/15/1863, AWOL 2/6/1864, deserter July-August 1864 muster
EDWARDS, William A.Age 22, severely wounded Sharpsburg 9/17/1862, returned to duty 9/2/1863, wounded Wilderness 5/5/1864, on ROH, deserted to the Union Army, 4/7/1839 - 11/30/1923 buried Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Pontotoc Co., MS [P]
ELZEY, Berry M.Wounded in hip at 1st Manassas, taken prisoner by the enemy, afterwards abandoned by them from alarm, discharged disability due to wound at Camp Fisher VA 9/27/1861
ELZEY, Elijah HarrisonKilled at the Battle of 2nd Manassas while charging a battery near dark on Friday, August 28, 1862 [P]
ESTELL, Jackson V.Enlisted April 1861 age 19, discharged for a heart condition on 6/13/1863 [P]
ESTELL, Levi L.Enlisted 3/1/1862 age 18, died of disease in late June or early July 1862 in Richmond VA
FALLON, DanielCaptured at South Mountain MD 8/15/1862 according to Union records refused to be exchanged, Co. listed him as deserting, returned TN CW questionnaire from Pontotoc MS and said he resigned [P]
FONTAINE, 2nd Lt. Charles D.Enlisted 3/2/1861 age 46, an attorney and politician, one of four delegates from Pontotoc Co. to the Secession Convention, resigned Oct. 1861, believed to have been the leader of the Ku Klux Klan in Pontotoc Co., died September 1871 and is buried in the Pontotoc Cemetery [P]
FONTAINE, Charles D. Jr.Enlisted age 16, discharged disablility 6/20/1861 (under age?)
FORD, John P.
GREGG, Robert E.Enlisted 1861 26 year old doctor, discharged for disability at Camp Fisher VA 9/8/1861 [P]
GRIFFIN, EliEnlisted age 19, slightly wounded at 1st Manassas, captured Battle of Falling Waters 7/14/1863, POW Point Lookout MD, exchanged on March 14, 1865 [P]
HALL, J. W.
HANDLEY, Cpl. William C.Enlisted in April 1861 age 22, wounded Gettysburg 7/3/1863, returned to duty 8/10/1863, ROH Wilderness May 6, 1864, Weldon Railroad Aug. 18, 1864, 1838 - 1882 buried Pontotoc Co. MS [P]
HARRIS, John W.40-year old substite for Andrew J. Miears April 4, 1863, absent from 1863 battles, deserted Sept. 1863, rejoined 11/24/1863, court martialed and sentenced to 1 year labor on fortifications around Richmond from Jan. 24, 1864, remitted May or June 1864, died 7/17/1864 of sickness
HARRISON, Thomas H.Enlisted in April 1861 age 22, discharged 12/31/1861 for disability
HARRISON, William F.Born 1/10/1835, enlisted age 26, wounded 7/1/1863 Gettysburg, furloughed Feb. 1864 and did not return, listed as "deserted to enemy" Mar. 1864 [P]
HEARD, Issac N.Enlisted 1861, sick at 1st Manassas, listed as a deserter by March 1862 [P]
HEIST, Lewis J.Enlisted 1861, discharged 8/2/1862 overage [P]
HENRY, James F.Age 26, wounded serveral times, captured Hatcher's Run 4/2/1865, POW Point Lookout MD, released on oath 6/27/1865 [P]
HERRON, Sgt. Thomas F.Enlisted April 1861 age 22, promoted Ordnance Sergeant 5/10/1862, hired substitute Green L. Kidd 6/1/1862 and discharged [P]
HUNT, John C.Enlisted April 1861 age 18, deserted from hospital July 1863, appeared on an April 3, 1864 Federal register of prisoners of war at Memphis TN a deserter from the rebel army [P]
JOHNSON, Samuel
JOHNSON, John CalvinBorn 7/11/1842, enlisted 9/16/1861, captured Gettysburg 7/1/1863, POW Ft. Del., released 6/11/1865 [P]
KELLY, Elisha
KIDD, Green L.Enlisted Apr. 1861, joined 6/1/1862 age 45 as substitute for Thomas F. Herron, killed at Gettysburg 7/1/1863 [P]
KIDD, William D.Enlisted age 21, son of Green above, deserted Feb. 1865 [P]
LaFARGE, HenryEnlisted Apr. 1861 age 53 born England, discharged 8/1/1862 over age [P]
LELAND, 2nd Lt. William W.Enlisted Dec. 1860, discharged 8/1/1861 disability [P]
LINDSEY, Samuel H.Enlisted Apr. 1861 age 20, wounded at Gettysburg on 7/1/1863, captured 7/5/1863 near Cashtown MD, POW Fort Del., released on oath 6/11/1865 [P]
LONG, Thomas E.Born 1843, enlisted Apr. 1861, killed at 2n Manassas 8/29/1862
LOWRY, DavidEnlisted at age 20, transferred Co. C 4/30/1862, died of disease at a hospital in Richmond 7/15/1862 (probably the Lowry of Co. C who died 6/5/1862 buried Hollywood Cemetery Richmond VA section M number 17)
LYON, Thomas JeffersonEnlisted April 1861 age 22, placed under arrest at Petersburg on 2/19/1865 for desertion under attack [P]
MANAHAN, William E.Enlisted April 1861 age 30, ROH Seven Pines, wound in the leg in this battle, Amputated below knee, retired to Invalid Corps 12/1/1864 and discharged
MARONEY, John B.Enlisted Mar. 1862 age 14, wounded Sharpsburg 9/17/1862, after hospitalization in Richmond, discharged Nov. 1862 under age
MARSHALL, Calvin T.Enlisted Dec. 1860 age 35, discharged 8/18/1862 overage [P]
MATHIS, Benjamin F.Age 34, listed AWOL after 3/28/1862 and as a deserter as of the July/August 1862 muster
MAY, Francis M.Enlisted Sept. 1861 age 20, wounded in Feb. 1865, admitted to the hospital in Richmond 2/24/1865, was on furlough war's end
McCURLEY, Bvt. 2rd Lt. JohnEnlisted Dec. 1860 age 24, captured with wounded at Cashtown MD 7/5/1863, POW Johnson's Island, paroled and transferred Point Lookout MD 3/14/1865 for exchange [P]
McDOLE, Cpl. Robert J.Enlisted Apr. 1861, ROH Bethesda Church June 2, 1864, died in hospital in Richmond 8/10/1864
McGREGOR, James E.Enlisted 5/1/1861 age 26, While under arrest and awaiting sentence of a court martial, he "deserted to the enemy from camp" on the Blackwater 3/17/1863, taken by Federal forces and sent to Fort McHenry, MD. He was charged with being a spy in January 1864 and sent to the Penitentiary at Albany NY 7/29/1864 [P]
McMICKEN, Andrew JamesEnlisted Apr. 1861 age 23, severely wounded in arm at 1st Manassas, hospitalized Charlottesville VA, discharged 10/31/1861 due to wounds
McNALLEY, PatrickEnlisted Apr. 1861 age 45, discharged under conscription act for overage, became a substitue for Thomas Rye Jan 1863, ROH Gettysburg July 1, 1863, Weldon Railroad Aug. 19, 1864, paroled Appomattox Court House VA 4/9/1865 under name of P. McConnally
MEADOWS, James W.Enlisted Mar. 1862 age 16, died of disease at Richmond 8/5/1862 [P]
MEARS, Capt. Goldsboro B.Enlisted Dec. 1860 age 26, raise a Co. (K) and elected Capt. in 42nd Miss., killed 7/3/1863 Gettysburg
MEARS, Thomas L.Enlisted Mar. 1862 age 18, wounded in left thigh and captured at 2nd Manassas 8/29/1862, paroled 9/19/1862, died of wounds 15 Oct. 1862 bur. Warrenton, VA.
MIEARS, 2nd Lt. Andrew J.Enlisted Apr. 1861 age 23, discharged by providing substitute Mar. 1863 [P]
MILLER, Ebenezer EdwinBorn 1842, enlisted Apr. 1861, transferred to 42nd Miss. 7/12/1862 and became Commissary Sgt., remained on the field after the charge of 7/3/1863 and allowed his capture to find his father Hugh (commanded the 42nd), after Hugh's death was allowed to accomply his body to Richmond, furlough to Miss. extended several times in 1864, he was elected Capt. of Cav. Reserves under Gen. Wm. Brandon, paroled Columbus MS 5/18/1865 [P]
MILLER, Sgt. Maj. GeorgeBorn 7/26/1840, brother of E.E. above, transferred to Co. A 42nd Miss. 7/12/1862, slightly wounded in hand and severely in thigh at Gettysburg 7/3/1863, captured at Hatcher's Run 4/2/1865, POW Point Lookout MD, released June 1865, died 2/1/1897 near Oxford MS [P]
MILLER, Cpl. Houston A.Enlisted Apr. 1861 age 19, musician June 1861-Apr. 1862, killed Gettysburg 7/1/1863 [P]
MILLER, Capt. Hugh ReidBorn 5/14/1812, returned to MS 5/14/1862 to raise the 42nd Miss. at Oxford and elected Col., wounded in the charge at Gettysburg 7/3/1863 near fence, hospitalized in a house and died 7/19/1863, body transported to Richmond, after war his and is wife's body were buried in Aberdeen MS [P]
MILLER, James D.Enlisted Apr. 1861 age 26, wounded Gettysburg 7/1/1863, captured 7/5/1863, paroled and exchanged 8/24/1863, listed AWOL and listed as deserter Nov/Dec 1864, surrendered and paroled Columbus MS 5/17/1865
MILLER, Thomas J.Enlisted Aug. 1861 age 20, wounded Gettysburg 7/3/1863, furloughed for the rest of 1863 and most of 1864 due to wounds, discharged disability Dec. 1864, surrendered and paroled at Columbus MS 5/17/1865
MOFFETT, Silas L.Enlisted Apr. 1861 age 30, slightly wounded at 1st Manassas, wounded in left thigh at Wilderness 5/5/1864, furloughed for 60 days and did not return, listed AWOL from 12/1/1864, surrendered and paroled Columbus MS 7/17/1865 [P]
MONTGOMERY, William M.Born 1831 SC, enlisted 1861, wounded 1st Manassas, did not return, said to be disabled and on crutches [P]
MOORE, AllenMusician Mar/Apr 1862, discharged as overage 8/2/1862 [P]
MOOSER, Isaac A.Hired substitute Miles Cary, attached to Maj. G.W. Jones in Quartermaster's Corps [P]
NEWSOM, William H.Wounded in finger at 1st Manassas, discharged for disability due to wouns 9/5/1861 [P]
NORTON, William CarrollBuried Ashland Cemetery, Benton Co. applied for pension in Hardeman Co. TN
NOWLIN, Mark H.Enlisted Mar. 1862 age 16, killed Sharpsburg 9/17/1862 [P]
NOWLIN, 5th Sgt. William CliffordEnlisted Apr. 1861, wounded Gettysburg, furloughed 7/30/1863 did not return, listed as deserter in Jan/Feb 1864 muster [P]
PALMER, 1st Lt. Richard A.Age 29, killed at 1st Manassas [P]
PAYNE, J. C.
PEGUES, Miles T.Enlisted Apr. 1861 age 22, was detailed as brigade courier for Gen. Law, deserted from hospital at Richmond 2/23/1865, paroled at Columbus MS 5/17/1865 [P]
PERRY, Frederick G.Enlisted Apr. 1861 age 27, deserted from camp on Blackwater River VA 3/30/1863 [P]
PHILPOT, J. W.
PHILPOT, R. J. Jr.
PHILPOT, R. J. Sr.
PICKENS, Josephus John, Jr.Born 4/25/1834, severely wounded in leg at 1st Manassas, discharged disability 12/4/1861 [P]
PICKENS, Peter K.Born 3/6/1830, enlisted Apr. 1861, severely wounded at Seven Pines 5/31/1862, discharged due to wounds 9/29/1862 [P]
PIERCE, Thomas L.Enlisted Apr. 1861 age 22, transferred to band of the 11th Miss. 7/15/1862
PITTS, William C.Enlisted Apr. 1861 age 27, discharged for disability Jan. 1862 [P]
RAMSEY, A. O.
REID, James A.Enlisted 5/1/1861, killed at Seven Pines 5/31/1862 [P]
RODGERS, Benjamin F.Enlisted Mar. 1862 age 35, severely wounded in the right leg at Gettysburg 7/1/1863, captured 7/5/1863, paroled and exchanged and admitted to hospital in Richmond 9/29/1863, furloughed 10/15/1863, failed to return, listed AWOL Mar/Apr 1864 muster and afterwards as deserted
RODGERS, Ransom
RYE, Sgt. Thomas J.Enlisted Apr. 1861 age 21, furnished substitue Patrick McNally 12/1/1862 [P]
SHELTON, Elijah H.Enlisted Mar. 1862 age 20, wounded in thigh at Wilderness 5/5/1864, furloughed for 30 days and did not return, lists as deserted Dec. 1864
SMITH, Francis M.Enlisted Apr. 1861 age 20, ROH Bristoe Station, detailed to go with Col. Stone to MS to collect deserters and absentees 1/9/1864, 1840-1919 bur. Union Co. [P]
SMITH, John M.Enlisted Apr. 1861 age 37, discharged 7/31/1862 as overage [P]
SMITH, John W.Enlisted Sept. 1861 age 35, discharged 8/1862 as overage
SMITH, Robert W.Enlisted Apr. 1861 age 18, died near Ashland VA 5/1/1862
SMITH, William R.Enlisted Apr. 1861 age 18, discharge 8/29/1861 for disability
SPENCER, Bvt. 2nd Lt. William P.Born in 1836, cashiered for cowardice by sentence of General Court Martial 8/18/1862 for cowardice and dismissed from service
STEWART, Benton W.Enlisted Apr. 1861 age 27, wounded Sharpsburg 9/17/1862, discharged due to wounds 4/17/1863 [P]
STEWART, Mark T.Enlisted Apr. 1861 age 22, slightly wounded at 1st Manassas, died of disease Bowling Green VA 4/19/1862 [P]
TOPP, Robert C.(Curtis [P]?)
TOPP, Sgt. William H.Enlisted Apr. 1861 age 38, discharged 8/2/1862 as overage [P]
USHER, 1st Lt. John D.
VANZANT, John L/S.Enlisted Apr. 1861 age 25, ROH Boonsborough - killed in action Sharpsburg [P]
VAUGHN, Ebenezer H.Enlisted Sept. 1861, age 26, discharged disability 12/10/1861 [P]
WARD, 1st Cpl. John M.Enlisted 4/30/1861 age 30, 5'8" tall, with grey eyes, dark hair and dark complexion. Killed at 1st Manassas
WARDLAW, John HudsonEnlisted Sept. 1861 age 54, discharged 1/3/1862 for disability and overage [P]
WHEELER, Charles M.Enlisted Apr. 1861 age 26, captured Seven Pines 5/31/1862, POW Ft. Del., exchanged 8/5/1862, never returned to Co., listed as deserter [P]
WHITLOW, PhilipEnlisted Apr. 1861 age 25, reenlisted Mar. 1862, went home on furlough and never returned [P]
WILEY, William E.killed at 1st Manassas [P]
WILKINS, JohnReceived arms 4/13/1861, "quietly dismissed" from Co. soon after arrival at Camp Walker, near Lynchburg, for grossly insulting a lady in the crowd which greeted the Co. at Liberty VA
WILLIAMSON, James F/H.Enlisted Apr. 1861 age 27, wounded at 1st Manassas, discharged due to disability 10/6/1861 [P]
WINSTON, 3rd Sgt. George D.Musician, transferred to the 11th Miss. band 7/15/1862 [P]
WINSTON, WilliamEnlisted Mar. 1862 age 35, musician, transferred to 11th Miss. band 11/25/1862 [P]
WRAY, Sgt. John F.ROH 2nd Manassas, captured at Cashtwon MD 7/5/1863, paroled Ft. McHenry transferred to Ft. Del. 7/10/1863, released in 1865 [P]
Co. H Conewah Rifles Pontotoc Co.
ALEXANDER, T. L.3/3/1832-12/22/1908 enlisted Pontotoc Co. bur. New Harmony Union Co.
ALLEN, Joseph H.
AYERS, William ThomasSlightly wounded at 1st Manassas
BARTON, 2nd Lt. William L.
BEAM, J. H.
BELL, James T.
BENNETT, Edward D.
BENNETT, Richard
BENTON, Mordica E.
BLAND, Allen P.12/1/1831 - 2/1/1920 buried Providence Cemetery, Maben, Webster Co. MS
BOLEN, Brantley
BOLEN, James R.
BOWEN, Daniel W.Died Sept. 1862 bur. Warrenton, VA.
BOWEN, J. H.
BRADEN, Wilie F.
BRANDON, Samuel JacksonBorn 1838 AL died 5/12/1915 buried Beauvoir Veterans Home. From Harrison Co.
BROOKSHIRE, 2nd Lt. Franklin R.Killed at Gaines' Farm
BROOKSHIRE, James B.
BUGG, James M.
BURTON, James
CARHORN, L. B.
CARR, John W.ROH Bethesda Church
CHAPMAN, Benjamin F.
CHARLES, James T.
CLARK, ArchibaldMortally wounded at 1st Manassas on 7/21/1861. Died on 7/23/1861, buried Chesterville Cemetery, Pontotoc Co. MS
CLARK, Pleasant L.ROH Wilderness May 5, 1864 bur. Pleasant Grove Cem. Lee Co.
CLAYTON, Sgt. NewtonSlightly wounded at 1st Manassas, died 5/7/1864 of wounds received in Wilderness battle
COBB, Cpl. Greenberry B.ROH Wilderness May 6, 1864 [P]
COCHRAN, Levi T.
COCHRAN, Stephen T.
COCHRAN, William G.
COKER, William K.Wounded battle of The Wilderness 5/6/1864 died of wounds 5/11/1864 at Gordonsville, VA
COLLIER, Telenieus Harrison7/16/1841 - 2/3/1865 bur. Old Greenwood Cemetery, Greenwood MS. (3rd Regt., Alcorn's Brigade?)
COLWELL, James M.
CRAWFORD, Benjamin
CUNNINGHAM, Capt. William M.Capt. from reorganization
DALE, James Mc.
DUKE, John D.10/02/1839-8/12/1903 buried Chesterville (Lilly) Cemetery, Lee Co.
EWING, James J.
FALKNER, Jeremiah
FALKNER, Mardia
FEARS, Andrew J.Buried Point Lookout, Md.
FEARS, 1st Lt. John C.Promoted in Western Army
FORE, Thomas
FREEMAN, William D.Killed at Gettysburg
FRETWELL, Joseph Y.
FRIERSON, 3rd Lt. Boston L.To reorganization
FROST, Hezikiah J.
GAILLARD, WilliamSeverely wounded at 1st Manassas, bur. U Of VA Charlottesville VA
GAINES, Sgt. Robert AndersonSlightly wounded at 1st Manassas
GHOLSTON, Agrippa C.
GILL, Samuel C.
GILL, William M.
GOZA, Hampton D.
GRAY, 2nd Lt. Robert T.Disabled, 4/4/1826 - 10/20/1890 buried White Zion Cemetery, Pontotoc Co. MS
GREEN, James J.[P]
GREEN, William J.
GUIN, Thomas P.
GUY, William H.Died 10/13/1862 buried Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond VA section V number 268
HAMKER, William
HANKS, James Henry
HARRIS, 1st Sgt. Peter F.ROH Sharpsburg - killed in action
HARWELL, John T.ROH Talley's Mill
HELMS, John Wilsonbur. Saltillo Cem., Lee Co.
HILL, Andrew M.Severely wounded at 1st Manassas
HOLMES, Wiley. T.
HOOKER, Emery E.
HOYLE, Daniel H.
HOYLE, James M.
HUBBARD, James M.Severely wounded at 1st Manassas
HUTCHINSON, George W.
JOHNSON, David A.
JOHNSON, William R.Severely wounded at 1st Manassas
JOINER, Charles J.
JONES, George W.[P]
KELLY, Thomas D.
KILLIAN, Reuben
KYLE, Samuel D.ROH Wilderness May 5, 1864
LILLY, William L.
LOGAN, Thomas S.
LONG, Philip
LONG, TimothyMusician, bur. Palmetto Meth. Cem. Lee Co. MS
LOWREY, Jacob A.
LUMMUS, William G.
MABRY, William R.
MARLIN, 1st Lt. DavidKilled at Gettysburg 3 July 1863
MARRS, Albert C.ROH Gaines' Farm - killed in action
MARRS, William H. H.
MAXCY, Cpl. Edward V.
McCARTY, D. VirginiusKilled at 1st Manassas
McELVIN, J. E.
McGILL, John W.10/31/1824-2/6/1900 bur. Old Bethany Cem. Lee Co. MS
McKINNEY, Franklin S.ROH Seven Pines - killed in action
McKINNEY, William C.H.01-09-1842 - 02-02-1938 buried Golden Link Cem., Anguilla, Sharkley Co., MS
McNUTT, T. B.9/16/1843-12/x/1926 bur. Fairfield Cem. Union Co.
McPHERSON, HenryROH Gettysburg July 3, 1863
McPHERSON, Lewis A.
MITCHELL, John L.Severely wounded at 1st Manassas
MOORE, Cpl. William A.
NELSON, W. B.
NORWOOD, George W.
NUNNALEE, James M.ROH Falling Waters 14 July 1863
OSBORNE, George W.
PASS, Ord. Sgt. A. Sidney
PIERCE, Benjamin F.Musician
PORTER, James
PORTER, 2nd Lt. James W.2nd Lt. to reorganization
POWELL, Sgt. Henry W.
POWELL, William A.
QUINN, George W.
REA, Andrew M.ROH Spotsylvania Court-House
RAINES, Cpl. James A.ROH Gettysburg July 1, 1863
RICHMAN, Samuel
RIGGAN, Benjamin J.Buried Wynnewood, OK
ROBERTS, 2nd Lt. Atlas K.ROH Malvern Hill, killed Gettysburg 1 July 1863
ROBERTS, Lt. E. S.
ROBERTS, Elvis C.
ROBERTS, Killis M.
ROOK, Sgt. Benjamin F.Buried Gore Springs Methodist Cem, Gore Springs, Grenada County MS
ROOK, John H.
RUCKER, John W.
SHACKLEFORD, Capt. W. A. H.
SHELTON, Patrick
SIMMONS, John J.
SIMPSON, George W.
SMITH, William F.
STANLEY, J. M.
STEVENS, Joel Ormond12/11/1829-11/25/1891 bur. Golden Link Cem., Anguilla MS
STEWART, William H.
STONE, 1st Lt. John J.1st Lt. 1 year
STONE, William W.
STRAIN, Brice BlackburnMusician 1840-1897 bur. Fairfield Cem. Union Co.
STRAIN, Capt. James H.1813-1894 bur. Fairfield Cem. Union Co.
SULLIVAN, William H.
TAYLOR, Capt. Samuel H.Capt. to reorganization
THOMASON, James B.
THOMPSON, William M. T.Born 12/29/1833 in TN. Missing at 1st Manassas. Died 1/10/1912 in Texas Soldier's Home, Austin, TX. Buried in State Cemetery, Austin.
TRICE, Morgan A.
VANCE, Bvt. 2nd Lt. John B.Disabled
WADE, James L.
WALDO, John N.
WARD, Evans J.
WARE, John W.Died 12/27/1928 bur. Beauvoir Veterans Home. From Monroe Co.
WEATHERINGTON, George W.
WEATHERINGTON, Thomas BentonROH Boonsborough, applied for pension from Chester Co. TN
WELLS, Charles C.
WESTMORELAND, JeromeROH 2nd Manassas
WESTMORELAND, Mortimore T.
WHITE, Isaac N.
WHITESIDES, Moses H. [P] Mortally wounded at Bristoe Station, VA 10/14/1863, died in Richmond 11/5 or 11/6/1863.
WILLIAMS, S. H.
WITHERSPOON, John G.
WITHERSPOON, 1st Sgt. Paul F.
WOODFIN, Robert
YOUNGER, WilliamMissing at 1st Manassas
Co. I Cherry Creek Rifles Pontotoc Co.
ADAMS, John Jeff[P]
ANDREWS, Henry[P]
ANDREWS, HilleryROH Malvern Hill - killed Aug. 29, 1862
ANDREWS, Martin W.2/19/1841 - 5/26/1865, discharged 4/26/1865 buried Cherry Creek Cemetery, Pontotoc Co. MS [P]
ANDREWS, Samuel Y.
ARMSTRONG, Weldon P.
BALL, Franklin[P]
BALL, Washington D.9/14/1843 - 1/24/1894 buried Pontotoc Cemetery, Pontotoc MS
BALL, William M.Captured Gettysburg, died 2/27/65 at Ft. Del., Del. bur. Finn's Point National cemetery, Salem, NJ
BALL, Willis[P]
BILLINGSLY, Thomas W.ROH Wilderness May 6, 1864, Weldon Railroad Aug. 18, 1864 - killed in action [P]
BINGHAM, F. M.[P]
BLYTHE, 1st Lt. Newton J.
BOX, Cpl. Henry M.Monument in Bethel Methodist Cem. Hickory Flat, Benton Co. MS
BROWNING, ElijahROH Boonsborough - killed at Sharpsburg [P]
BUCHANAN, Seaborn P.
CALDWELL, Elijah Bird7/6/1839-2/28/1909 enlisted Pontotoc Co. buried Liberty Cemetery, Blue Springs, Union Co., MS
CAMPBELL, 1st Lt. Samuel A.
COBB, William D.ROH Gettysburg July 1, 1863- killed in action
COLLINS, James W.Born 2/15/1832, buried Bethel Methodist Cem., Benton Co., MS. applied for pension from Marshall Co. TN [P]
COON, John A.[P]
DAWSON, John
DRISCOLL, Timothy
FREEMAN, John L.ROH Wilderness May 5, 1864, 1849 - 1910 buried DeSoto Co. MS.
FREEMAN, William M.9/19/1839 - 5/3/1906 buried Elliville Cemetery, Jones Co. MS
GAMBRELL, 2nd Lt. Ira D.Killed at Suffolk
GAMBRELL, Sgt. James B.Later a doctor, 8/21/1841-6/10/1921 Dallas TX
GARNER, James Pink[P]
GILLMORE, William H.
GOLDING, Cpl. Marcus L.[P]
GOLDING, Wilson S.Died 18 Sept. 1862 bur. Warrenton, VA.
GOODMAN, S. A.Died 21 Oct 1862 buried Danville National Cemetery, Danville, KY.
GORY, Albert G.
GRANT, Willis B.Killed at Gettysburg
GREER, R. A.
HELMS, William B.
HERRIDGE, John W.
HERRING, Capt. John B.
HILL, John R.1836-1899 enlisted Pontotoc Co. bur. New Albany Union Co. Also listed in Beauvoir Veterans Home Cem.
HOLDITCH, Sgt. Sydney F.
JONES, John B.
KING, Thomas J.[P]
KNIGHT, James C.Captured Gettysburg died 4/16/65 bur. Finn's Pt., Salem, NJ [P]
KNIGHT, William J.
LEAVELL, John K. G.Killed at Gettysburg
LEAVELL, Capt. Richard M.
LOCKHART, Amos T.
LOCKHART, Nathaniel[P]
LYONS, Joseph N.Severely wounded at 1st Manassas [P]
MAHON, Cpl. John G.
MAYES, Hugh Wilson10/26/1845 - 1/28/1917 buried New Albany Cemetery, Union Co., MS.
McCARVER, James R.
McCOLLUM, Levi
McDOWELL, James
McGREGOR, Amos F.[P]
McGREGOR, Robert L.[P]
McREYNOLDS, Peyton R.[P]
MILAM, Wiley F.ROH Bethesda Church
MILLER, John F.
MILLSAPS, Jacob T.
MOLLOY, John Thomas
MOSER, BarneyCaptured Gettysburg died 12/15/63 at Ft. Del., Del. bur. Finn's Pt., Salem, NJ
NEELY, William S.[P]
NIXON, 2nd Lt. Abner[P]
OVERBEY, Nimrod W.
OWENS, Alexander D.[P]
OWENS, 2nd Lt. Joseph S.Killed at the Wilderness [P]
PITTS, Cpl. Isaac T.Died 3 Oct. 1861 bur. Warrenton, VA.
PITTS, John MinettCaptured Gettysburg died 10/22/63 at Ft. Del., Del. bur. Finn's Pt., Salem, NJ
PITTS, 2nd Lt. Robert B.
RAY, James
RAY, Turner
REEDER, William L.[P]
ROSE, Francis M.
SALMON, Richard T.
SAMPSON, G. W.
SAVAGE, D.Captured Gettysburg died 10/22/63 at Ft. Del., Del. bur. Finn's Pt., Salem, NJ
SCOTT, Bowland Cicero[P]
SCOTT, Charles B.
SCOTT, James M.ROH Gaines' Farm [P]
SHIRLEY, Newton N.
SHUTTLESWORTH, Joseph W.[P]
SHUTTLESWORTH, George W.[P]
SIMMONS, R. A.
SIMPSON, George W.
SIMPSON, Cpl. James W.
SIMS, Drury F.ROH Talley's Mill -- killed in action
SIMS, Richard A.ROH Weldon Railroad, Aug. 19, 1864 [P]
SIMS, William JosephROH Seven Pines - killed in action [P]
SMITH, James R.
SMITH, Cpl. James W.
SMITH, Sgt. Minett Martin
SORY, 1st Lt. Artaxerxes W.
STEPHENS, 2nd Lt. John A.[P]
STEPHENS, Robert M.[P]
SUBER, David P.ROH 2nd Manassas - killed in action
TAPP, Curtis
TAPSCOTT, Lucius Lycurgus7/15/1838 Caswell Co., NC - 8/13/1905 Nettleton, MS
TARPLEY, William
THRELKELD, Samuel C.[P]
WELLS, Henry Pickens[P]
WELLS, Jesse Shaw
WELLS, Lundy Young
WELLS, Sgt. Martin M.
WOOD, Cpl. James M.1837-1909 bur. Wallerville Cem. Union Co.
WORTHY, Fleming J.[P]
YEAGER, MonroeROH Gettysburg July 3, 1863
YOUNG, 1st Sgt. George C.[P]
Co. K Iuka Rifles Tishomingo Co.
ACKERS, James L.ROH Boonsborough and battle of Gettysburg July 3, 1863 - killed in action
ACKERS/AKERS, John Jefferson9/10/1840 - 4/16/1914 Iuka, MS. Enlisted 5/1/1861, discharged 5/4/1865. Buried Oak Grove Cemetery, Iuka, Tishomingo Co., MS.
ADAMS, 1st Sgt. Washington C.
ADKINS, William M.
ALDRIDGE, Isaac NewtonROH 2nd Manassas d. 3 Dec. 1862 of wounds received at Sharpsburg b. Our Soldiers Cemetery, Mt. Jackson, Shanandoah Co., VA.
ALLEN, Aden W. B.
ANDERSON, Ben
ATKINS, John T.
ATKINS, William M.
AUSTIN, Isaac
BAILEY, Absolum W.
BARNETT, Joseph S.(Joseph H. 2/21/1845 - 9/17/1910 buried Jacinto Cemetery, Jacinto, Alcorn Co. MS)
BARNETT, William J.11/2/1827 - 9/5/1901, buried Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Iuka, Tishomingo Co., MS.
BENNETT, Henry H.
BISHOP, James M.
BLAIR, Lt Col. John A.
BONDS, Robert A.
BRANNON, John M.
BRIGGS, William F.Died 10/13/1862 bur. Mt. Olivet Cem. Frederick Co. Md. grave #118
BROWN, William M.2/1/1846 - 11/4/1931 buried Hopewell Cemetery, Corinth, Alcorn Co. MS
BUCHANAN, Robert W.4/12/1835 - 3/6/1922 buried Palestine Cemetery, Paden, Tishomingo Co. MS
BUCHANAN, Samuel A.3/18/1846 - 1/20/1905 buried Brandon Cemetery, Brandon, Rankin Co. MS
CARLTON, George T.
CASTLEBERRY, 1st Lt. Winchester DoornDied of wounds 10/14/1864 buried Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond VA, section V number 227
CAYCE, Shadrick NormanWas an attorney and judge living in Columbus, MS in 1905.
CHAMBERLAIN, Thomas
CHAMBERS, Claiborne C.
CHAMBERS, Thomas F.
CHISHOLM, David G.ROH Bethesda Church
CHISHOLM, James
GIBSON, Jarrett W.ROH Sharpsburg - killed in action
CLAYBOOKS, William L.
CONDREY, William JasperROH Gettysburg July 1, 1863 - killed in action
COOK, Capt. Jesse A.Killed at Sharpsburg
COON, John
COOPER, Marion M.
COUNTS, James K.
CRANFORD, William
CUNNINGHAM, AndrewPerhaps Andy, 5/28/1838-5/21/1920 bur. Siloam Church Cem. Prentiss Co. MS
CUNNINGHAM, S. E.
CURTIS, James F.Killed at Gettysburg
DAVIS, John R.
DAVIS, William Jackson10/5/1843 - 8/??/1875 buried Lebanon Cemetery, Baldwyn, Prentiss Co. MS
DEAN, Robert Mose1841 - 9/12/1905 buried Burnsville Cemetery, Tishomingo Co. MS
DENNIS, Joe
DEWOODY, Samuel N.1/20/1841 - 9/19/1888 buried Oak Grove Cemetery, Iuka, Tishomingo Co. MS
DONOHUE, Rody
DUKE, James M.10/15/1837 - 4/17/1918 buried Longview Cemetery, Pontotoc, Pontotoc Co., MS
EARNEST, James C.
EASTHAM, James A. S.
ELLIOTT, John S.
ERWIN, 2nd Lt. John
FARMER, Cpl. James C.
FERGUSON, Willoby
FETTING, Cpl. Albert S.
FOX, Alexander
FOY, William T.Killed at 1st Manassas
FRALEY, Benjamin F.
GALLIMORE, William S.
GANONG, Charles H.07/14/1839 - 03/21/1884 buried Oak Grove Cemetery, Iuka, Tishomingo Co. MS
GANONG, 1st Lt. William L.08/30/1835 - 10/28/1861 bur. Jonestown Cem., Jonestown MS
GARY, James T.
GEORGE, Charles
GEORGE, Isaac N.
GIBSON, Albert H.
GIBSON, Calvin
GIBSON, Jarrett G. W.3/11/1836 - 11/22/1921 buried Bethel Cemetery, Tishomingo Co. MS
GILLEY, James H.
GROVER, Francis M.
GOODE, William T.Died 1/15/1863 bur. Mt. Olivet Cem. Frederick Co. Md. grave #187
GRAHAM, 1st Sgt. James W. W.Captured either Gettysburg or Spotsylvania died 4/16/65 at Ft. Del., Del. bur. Finn's Point National Cem. Salem NJ
GREGORY, W.There is a William Gregory buried St. Augustine National Cemetery, FL., d. 08/27/1898, PVT CO E 2 MISS INF, Orig Bur Jacksonville Fla, Plot: A 98
HAMILTON, George Carlysle9/22/1838 - 4/4/1898 buried Greenwood Cemetery, New Orleans, LA.
HAMPTON, Thomas D.ROH Seven Pines, Gaines' Farm - killed in action
HANNERS, Edwin C.
HARLAND, Ambrose C.
HARLAND, George T.
HARLAND, James T.
HARLAND, Cpl. John A.Buried Old Greenwood Cem., Greenwood, MS
HARLAND, Robert E.
HARPER, William
HARRISON, Moses
HARVEY, Andrew B.Severely wounded at 1st Manassas
HARVEY, Madison
HARVEY, Capt. William F.
HATHAWAY, Edward C.
HAYS, John W.
HERRIDGE, James M.
HERRIDGE, John W.
HODGES, Sgt. Thomas C.
HOLT, Isaac J.
HORTON, John H.
HOUSTON, Sgt. William W.
HUBBARD, George D.Buried Beauvoir Veterans Home. From Tishomingo Co.
HUBBARD, James S.
HUBBARD, William T.
HUGHES, Alexander L.Applied for pension in Shelby Co. TN
HUGHES, James C.
HYATT, 2nd Lt. Calvin J.
INMAN, Henry A. JohnSlightly wounded at 1st Manassas
IRVIN, Sgt. Green B.
IRVIN, 2nd Lt. John
JACKSON, Andrew
JACKSON, John F.
JAMES, Daniel A.
JOHNSON, Thomas
JONES, Bluford
JONES, Martin D.
JONES, William H.
JOSLIN, John F.
JOSLIN, Samuel M.
JOSLIN, WilliamOr Joslyn, captured 11/1/63 at Corinth MS, died in Alton IL prison of small poz 12/25/63 buried Small Pox Island.
JULIAN, Ansel
KEELEN, James
KEENUM, Leander D.
KENAN, James A.Slightly wounded at 1st Manassas
KEOWN, Isaac
KIMBALL, James W.
KIMBALL, William F.
KIMBELL, James F.
KIRK, John
KRAUSE, Henry
LANING, James B.
LATHAM, 2nd Lt. Davenport M.Killed at Cold Harbor
LATHAM, Capt. George W.ROH 2nd Manassas, killed Aug. 29, 1863 2nd Manassas
LEWALLEN, Andrew
LEWALLEN, John A.ROH Wilderness May 6, 1864, Talley's Mill, Spotsylvania Court-House
LOVELESS, George M.
LUCAS, James T.Probably J.J. Lucus bur. U Of VA Charlottesville VA
LUCAS, Richard A.
LUMMUS, William G.
LUMMUS, William T.Buried U Of VA Charlottesville VA
LYLE, Thomas M.
MARROW, Abraham
MARSH, Zachariah S.
MARTIN, Thomas B.
MARTINDALE, Allison
MARTINDALE, JesseBuried Point Lookout, Md.
MARTINDALE, Miles
McCABE, James
McCOY, James
McCOY, Louis
McDANIEL, James
McINTOSH, Cpl. James M.
McINTOSH, Sgt. John A.
McKEE, Robert
McKEOWN, IsaacROH Wilderness May 5, 1864 -- killed in action
McKEOWN, James
MEAGER, William R.
MILLER, Joel H.Musician, severely wounded at 1st Manassas
MINNIS, William H.
MONROE, Reuben H.
MOORE, George W.
MOORE, Cpl. John M.ROH Malvern Hill, killed Spotsylvania May 1864 b. Spotsylvania Courthouse Cem.
MOORE, 2nd Sgt. Joseph J.
MOORE, Sgt. William J.
MOORE, William L.
MUSIC, Daniel E.
NORLAND, James T.
NULL, Jacob
NULL, Shelby J.
NULL, Thomas
OVERCASH, John Allison
OWENS, Andrew B.
OWENS, Andrew F.
PEEK, Lewis B.
PHILLIPS, 2nd Lt. Joseph M.
PRESTON, W. R.
PREWITT, James R.
PREWITT, Cpl. Micajah C.
PREWITT, Francis M.
QUINN, David N.
RENEAN, Sgt. William L.
REYNOLDS, Monroe M.
RICE, David E.
RIGGS, Augustus L.12/5/63 bur. Cypress Hills National Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY
ROBINSON, Alfred
ROBINSON, Ambrose
ROBINSON, George W.
ROWLAND, Henry M.
SANDERS, John A.
SHIELDS, Bassels S.Return TN CW questionnaire from Lawrence Co. TN, applied for pension in Lawrence Co. TN
SHOOK, Cpl. W. M.
SMITH, Edward C.
SMITH, Joseph
SMITH, William C.
SMITHER, John Wesley
SOUTHALL, John W.
SOUTHALL, Richard J.
STANLEY, James ThomasROH Weldon Railroad 8/18/1864 d. 6/20/1865 dysentery bur. Cave Hill National Cem. Louisville, KY.
STANTON, Patrick
STEWART, William Andrew
STONE, Capt. John M.Later Col. of the 2nd
STRICKLAND, H. F.
SUTHERLAND, James
SUTTON, Francis M.
SUTTON, George W.Applied for pension in McNairy Co. TN
SUTTON, John A.
SUTTON, William H.
SWALLOW, Andrew
TAYLOR, Thomas J.
TERRY, Capt. Henry ClayKilled at the Wilderness
TILMAN, D. S.
TOLUND, James M.
TRAMMELL, Benjamin F.ROH Weldon Railroad Aug. 19, 1864
TUBB, Abraham S.Slightly wounded at 1st Manassas
TURNER, J. R.
USSERY, Leander F.
WAFFORD, Cpl. Marmaduke
WALLACE, Newton C.
WALLACE, James C.
WARD, James C.
WATTS, John W.
WEAVER, RobertSeverely wounded at 1st Manassas
WEST, Lewis
WHITAKER, Lorenzo Dow
WHITAKER, William Hamp
WIENER, Samuel
WILLIAMS, JeffersonKilled at 1st Manassas
WILLIS, Dillon A.
WOOD, James N.
Co. L Liberty Guards (a Tippah Co. company joined the regiment 6 April 1862 at Fredericksburg)
BARKLEY, John Anderson2/6/1831 - 5/30/1901 buried Ebenezer Cemetery, Cotton Plant, Tippah Co., MS
BARTLETT, JamesApplied for pension in Franklin Co. TN, Obit. 11/18/1926 says died recently in Miston TN age 91, bur. Hornridge Cem. near Ridgely TN
BARTLETT, JoshuaDied of typhoid fever 19 June 1862
BEASELEY, Isaiah
BOUNDS, Cpl. Thomas B.
BOUNDS, William C.Applied for pension in Warren Co. TN
BRADLEY, William C.
BRYAN, Sulathia Purcell
BRYAN, William H.ROH Gaines' Farm - killed Sharpsburg
BURTON, James W.
CARPENTER, Owen F.ROH Gettysburg July 3, 1863 - killed in action
CARTWRIGHT, James H.
CLARK, Micagah Lafayette Jr.ROH Bethesda Church June 2, 1864
CLARK, Cpl. Micagah Lafayette Sr.3/9/1818 - 6/29/1900 buried Jacobs Chapel Cemetery, Tippah Co., MS
COLEMAN, Cpl. Henry L.Killed at Gettysburg
COMMANDER, James L.Died 9/12/63 at Ft. Del., Del. bur. Finn's Pt., Salem, NJ
DIAL, Jesse P.
DORSET, John A.
FALKNER, 1st Lt. James W.Brother of Col. Wm. Falkner, captured near Holly Springs, prisoner at Johnson's Island
FORTENBURY, Greenleaf L.
GARRETT, William A.
GOLDING, Cpl. Marcus L.ROH Sharpsburg - killed in action
GOUDY, Robert H.
GREEN, Samuel
GRIFFIN, LeanderROH Sharpsburg - killed in action
HANES, Alonzo J.
HEATH, Henry GriffinEnlisted 4 Mar. 1862 Ripley, wounded in thigh in second battle Manassas, Va., 8/30/1862. Captured and paroled Warrenton, Va., 9/29/. Again wounded Farmville, Va., 9/2/1863 given 60 days to recuperate. He did not return to active duty.
HEDDEN, John S.Buried Point Lookout, Md.
HENSON, Capt. Joshua L.15 Dec. 1833 - 6 July 1889 buried Dumas Cemetery, also served in Co. E
HOBSON, JamesEnlisted 4/30/1861 Ripley for 3 years by Col. Falkner. 3/1/1862 he was transfered from Co. L to Co. F and sent to Richmond VA. Discharged by reason of great disability from Typhoid 7/23/1862
IRVIN, 3rd Sgt. Ptolemy V.Died 1 Dec. 1862 in Liberty Hospital, Liberty, VA (Bedford, VA).
JACKSON, Steth S.
JENKINS, James S.
JENKINS, Cpl. William J.
JETER, Richard Crosby Jr.ROH Wilderness May 5, 1864, killed in action. Born about 1845.
JETER, William David F.Enlisted at age 16. Sent to hospital in Va. and never heard from afterwards.
JOHNSON, William R.
JORDAN, Charles WyattBorn 5/10/1830 GA Captured Gettysburg 7/3/1863 (railroad cut) and sent to Ft. Delaware prison where he died of pneumonia 3/20/1865.
JORDAN, Sgt. EdwinBorn about 1827, Caotyred Gettysbyrg 7/3/1863 (Railroad cut) and sent to Ft. Delaware prison. Exchanged.[P]
LEE, Andrew J.
LEWALLEN, George W.
LEWELLEN, Joseph H.
LEWIS, Bynum
LEWIS, Moses
MASK, John Silas
MASSEY, William J.Died of disease at Richmond VA 8/14/1862
McALISTER, John AlexanderROH Seven Pines, b. 1840 Abbeville S.C., d. 1906 Little River Co., Ark. of wounds
McCARTY, JacobROH Boonsborough - killed in action
MIDDLETON, Cpl. JamesROH 2nd Manassas
MILLER, Henry
MITCHEL, Zariah D.
MORRILL, F. A.
MORRIS, Benjamin R.Applied for pension from Wayne Co. TN
MURPHY, Cpl. James
NEELY, William N.12 Dec. 1843-12 Dec. 1910 bur. Clear Creek Cemetery
NORRIS, Thomas J.Died 6/17/1862 buried Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond VA section O number 206
ROBINSON, Thomas J. S.ROH Weldon Railroad Aug. 18, 19, 1864
ROBINSON, William
SMITH, John1843-1921 enlisted Tippah bur. Pleasant Ridge Union Co.
SMITH, John W.Died 1 Oct. 1862 at Lynchburg, VA of small pox (Irvin letters)
STALNAKER, Adam W.
STALNAKER, Richard R.
STOREY, Capt. RobertApr. 1823 - 2 July 1863 Oakwood Cem., Richmond, Va., enlisted 22 Mar. 1862
STRICKLIN, Edward W.16 Aug. 1834 - 20 Jan. 1892 bur. Wiers Chapel Cemetery
SHUTTLEMEYER, James W.
SWAIN, Wilson B.
TALBERT, Samuel NixonEnlisted 6/25/1861 in Winchester, VA, discharged 7/24/1862 upon furnishing a substitute by the name of Henry Miller. He was 6 feet tall, fair complexion, hazel eyes, red hair, and that his occupation was a farmer. Died 11/20/1893 Dallas Co. AR, buried Hampton Springs Cem. Dallas County, AR.
TERRY, William C.
THOMAS, John F.
TIGRET, 1st Sgt. David PorterROH Bethesda Church when a Sgt., obit says Capt. Co. D, 3/14/1827-5/20/1894 b. Wiers Chapel Cem.
WARD, Cpl. James M.ROH Malvern Hill - killed in action
WELTY, Lafayettepreviously in Co. B and later was in Co. C 22nd Reg. Tenn. Inf., d. 8/19/1866
WEST, Simon M.
WHITE, Cpl. Daniel M.ROH Gettysburg July 1, 1863 - killed in action
WOOD, Cpl. James M.1837-1909 enlisted Pontotoc Co. bur. Wallerville Union Co.
YANCEY, Robert Lewis1/8/1844 Mecklenburg Co., VA - 1/23/1925 buried Rucker Cemetery, Tippah Co., MS
YOUNG, Isaac
Served, company unknown
BAKER, J. J.1843-1919 enlisted Pontotoc Co. buried Amaziah Union Co., MS
CAMPBELL, Matthew S.Buried Pine Ridge Cemetery, Grant Co. AR
HOLLAND, Henry L.1836-1899 enlisted Itawamba Co. buried New Albany Union Co., MS
LUTER, Pat L.Buried New Albany Cem. Union Co.
RILEY, Richard T.5/15/1837-2/17/1917 enlisted Tippah buried Candy Hill Cemetery, Union Co., MS




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