Roster of the
32nd Mississippi Infantry







This roster of the 32nd Mississippi is a compilation of data from Tommy Lockhart's list, the Soldiers and Sailors system and information I have found in various places such as Tippah County Historical and Genealogical Society publications and cemetery markers.  Some data has been contributed by people researching the soldier.  Additional data on companies A - G was added from two other sites with the permission of their webmasters, Bobbie Brewer Wilson and Milton Sandy.  Links to their pages are listed below.   My thanks to them.  If a man served in more than one company I have attempted to put him in all companies in which he served.  Where cemeteries are given with no location they may be assumed to be in Tippah County Mississippi.

Since I don't want to change the list Tommy created I decided to replace my old list with data from all available sources.  I will add footnotes to Tommy's list if the data submitted can be proven.  You will find two footnotes in this list.

[1] Data taken from cemetery markers.  Please note that this information can be wrong.  Sometimes relatives did not know the unit in which the soldier served.

[2] The 26th Mississippi Infantry was captured at Ft. Donelson, TN when it surrendered Feb. 16, 1862.  Not all of the men were captured and the ones who weren't were placed in the 32nd Mississippi.  When the men were exchanged the 26th was reorganized and Gen. Bragg ordered the men of the 26th back to their old command.  Most seem to have been ordered back about Jan. 10, 1863.  Some returned on their own prior to the order.  These men you should be able to find on the list of the 26th Miss. Infantry on these pages.  Most Tippah County men were in Company E.

This report was sent from the Adjutant to Gov. John Pettis of the Mississippi units in Confederate service 1 Nov. 1863:

Thirty-second Regiment: Colonel, M. P. Lowrey; lieutenant-colonel, W. H. H. Tison; major, F. C. Karr. Southern Farmers, Captain Alexander Archer; Buckner Boys, Captain Benjamin J. Kizer; Lowrey Rebels, Captain F. S. Norman; Johnston Avengers, Captain D. P. Rogers; Tishomingo Avengers, Captain J. G. Lowrey; Lowrey Invincibles, Captain W. M. Irions; Hatchie Rifles, Captain John N. Scally; Beauregard Rifles, Captain J. H. Tankersly; W. R. Nelson Guards, Captain W. R. Nelson; Tishomingo Rebels, Captain J. W. Swinney. Whole number, including field and staff officers, 783 men.
From Official Records.

Other links concerning the 32nd Mississippi Infantry

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Tommy Lockhart's 32nd Miss. Book
Soldier's and Sailor's System -- Search for a soldier or  read Crute's history of the unit
Dunbar Rowland's  unit histories from his book "Military History of Mississippi, 1803 - 1898" on the Mississippi SCV page
32nd Miss. Regiment Companies A, B, C, D, E, F on the Tishomingo County MSGenWeb page
32nd Miss. Regiment Company G on Milton Sandy's page






Field and Staff
Hammond, William P.Pvt.2nd Lt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.24 
Arnold, J. T.1st Sgt.Act. Qmstr.    
Cook, B. C.Asst. Surg.Asst. Surg.    
Cross, W. C.Surg.Surg.    
Deloach, A. B.Asst. Surg.Asst. Surg.    
Linthicum, D. A.Surg.Surg.    
Lowrey, Mark PerrinCol.Brig. Gen.   Field and Staff Muster Roll Sept. and Oct. 1863, promoted to Brig. General, Oct. 1, 1863. 12/29/1828-1/27/1885 buried Blue Mt. Cemetery, Tippah Co. MS.
Morton, W. U.Asst. Surg.Asst. Surg.   Assigned to duty with this Regt. June 7, 1863.
Smith, John W.2nd Lt.Adjt.08/16/1861Iuka27July and Aug. 1862 Present, detailed as adjutant Aug. 5, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, promoted from 2nd Lt. to 1st Lt. Jan. 10, 63 detached as Adjutant of Regt. Jan. and Feb. Field and staff muster roll, date of commission Aug. 25, 1863, station Tullehoma, TN present. March and April 1864 Absent, detailed as adjutant of Regt. Killed in the battle of Atlanta.
Stephenson, J. H. P.Surg.Surg.   May and June 1862 Present.
Swinney, J. W. Lt. Col.   Bur. Franklin TN [1]
Talliaferro, T. J.Surg.    July and Aug. 1863 Present, assigned to duty with regt. Aug. 1, 1863. Jan. and Feb. 1864 AWOL since Feb. 16. March and April 1864 Present.
Tison, William Henry H.Lt. Col.Col.04/03/1862Corinth Was Capt. Co. K 19th Miss. Inf., Mar-April 1863 muster, commanding post at Dalton GA, May-June 1863 muster: AWOL, July-Dec 1863 duty with Partisan Rangers in MS, promoted Col. 10/4/1863. Wounded and sent to hospital July 22, 1864.
Company A      Tishomingo Avengers
Acree, William Andrew  1863  11/1/1845 - 7/24/1919 buried Pleasant Hill Cemetery, DeSoto Co., MS
Allen, J. W.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.19Died near Tupelo, Miss. July 25, 1862.
Alverson, James JacksonPvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.28Discharged from hospital Tunnel Hill, Ga. on certificate of disability Feb. 19, 1863.
Alvis, W. P.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.25Detailed to orderly dept. by order of Gen. Bragg March 31, 1863. 9/7/1836 - 1/24/1914, buried Ripley Cemetery.
Anderson, Joseph M.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.40Appointed 1st Cpl. May 1862. Reduced at his request 11 Sept. 1862--left at Graysville, Ga. in hospital sick Aug. 18, 1862. Elected to the roll of honor for gallantry at Taylors Ridge, Nov. 27, 1863.
Archer, Henry S.Pvt.Qmstr. Sgt.03/13/1862Tishomingo Co.32Appointed Sgt. 2 April 1862. Promoted to Quartermaster Sgt. Jan. 22, 1863.
Arnold, C. H. Pvt03/05/1861  7/6/1826 - 9/21/1916 buried New Albany Cemetery, Union Co., MS
Arnold, J. F. 1st Sgt03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.30(not in Soldiers and Sailors system, on Tommy Lockhart's list) Jan. and Feb. 1864 muster, absent, acting chief of master artillery Cleburns Division.
Barnett, J. W.Pvt.Cpl.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.19Promoted to Cpl. Sept. 20, 1863.
Beanland, J. H.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.23Detached as pioneer under Maj. Merriweather, 1 May 62. Nov-Dec 1862 muster, absent, wounded, furloughed for 30 days from the 1st of Nov. 1862.
Berry, J/Z. S.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.18May-June 1862 muster, absent, detached as pioneer 21 May 1862.
Bird, W. H.Pvt.Pvt.   Died 12/7/(1864?) Macon GA.
Blagg, H. J.Pvt.Pvt.05/11/1862Tishomingo Co.  
Bobo, C. K.Pvt.Pvt.02/15/1863Tishomingo Co.  
Brisenham, William B.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.31Cook in Winchester, Tenn. hospital Nov. 25, 1862.
Brown, D/E. T.Pvt.Pvt.03/31/1862Tishomingo Co.34Nov-Dec Muster: absent, left wounded at hospital near Perryville, Ky. Oct. 9, 1862. Name appears on a list of prisoners of war shipped by Provost Marshall, Lexington Ky., to Louisville, Ky. Dec. 1, 1862, Captured City Point, April 1, 1863. Oath of allegiance: complexion fair, hair brown, eyes blue. Buried Falls Co., TX.
Brown, Irvin ThomasPvt.Pvt.    
Brown, J. H.Sgt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.30Was 5th Sgt. and reduced 27 May 1862, sent to the rear sick 28 May 1862 by surgeon. July-Aug 1862 muster: AWOL, fell out of rank in march from Munfordville, lost haversack charged $3.25. Nov-Dec 1862 muster: Fell out on the march near Munfordville, Ky. Oct. 20, 1862, reported Dec. 17, 62, deserted. Jan-Feb 1863 muster: stoppage of 1 months pay by order of court martial 11 dollars, haversack lost $3.25, joined from desertion.
Brown, T. E.Pvt.Pvt.    
Bryant, Harmon J.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured by the 15th corps and forwarded Sept. 8, 1864, captured July 22, 1864 near Atlanta, Ga. Co. Muster roll (no date) private age 35. Jan-Feb 1864 muster: deserted, dropped from roll Feb. 1, 64, AWOL on account of disability. Discharged July 30, 1864, Camp Douglas. Oath of Allegiance: residence Rienzi Tishomingo Co. MS. Complexion fair, hair brown, eyes brown, height 5'10". 7/25/1846 - 2/6/1901 buried Palestine Cemetery, Paden, Tishomingo Co. MS
Burge, J. F.Jr. 2nd Lt.2nd Lt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.22Resigned 20 May 1862.
Burge, J. P.Jr. 2nd Lt.2nd Lt.    
Burnett, P. R.Pvt.Pvt.02/01/1863Tulehoma TN  
Bynam, George N. Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.18Nov-Dec 1862 muster: left wounded in hospital near Perryville Ky. Oct. 9, 1862. Name appears on a receipt given by Maj. N.G. Watts C.S.A. agent for exchange to Capt. W.W. Bickford U.S.A. agent for exchange for Confederate prisoners of war received on board the steamer Metropolotian near Vicksburg, MS Dec. 4, 1862. Captured Harrodsburg, Ky. Oct. 11. Age 19, height 5'8", eyes blue, hair light, complexion light.
Bynam, J. M. 1st Lt03/05/1862Tishomingo Co.27Resigned Feb. 9, 1863. Accepted Feb. 9, 1863 but not received till 28 Feb. 1863.
Bynam, James W. Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.30Died in hospital Perryville, Ky. Oct. 10, 1862. Wounded in battle.
Bynam, William M. Pvt.02/15/1863Tishomingo Co. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured Spring Hill, Tenn. Dec. 18, 64. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war at Military prison Louisville, Ky. date received Jan. 2. 1865, discharged June 4, 1865, Camp Chase.
Byrd, William H. Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.35Wounded in battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 63, left at hospital by surgeon. Name appears on a register Floyd House, Macon, Ga, Post Office or State. Silver Springs, wounded, admitted Sept. 27, 1863. Died of wound received at the battle of Chickamauga Sept. 20, 1863 in Macon, Ga. Hospital Dec. 9, 1863.
Byrum, LukePvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.18(Tommy Lockhart has him as Bynam) Name appears on a register of C.S.A. Post Hospital Dalton, Ga., injury or disease. Admitted Oct. 2, 1862, discharged from service November 5, 1862.
Cambell, JohnPvt.Pvt.    
Campbell, JohnPvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.18 
Chairs, Jesse R.Pvt.Pvt.    
Chevers, J. S.Pvt.Pvt.    
Cheves, Jesse T.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.16Wounded at the battle of Taylors Ridge, Nov. 24, 1863, sent to hospital by surgeon. Name appears on a roll of prisoners captured near Atlanta, Ga. July 22, 1864, discharged Camp Chase July 30, 1864. Oath of allegiance: residence Rienzi MS, complexion fair, hair dark, eyes blue, height 5'8". 2/29/1844-6/16/1941 bur. Pisgah Meth. Cem. Prentiss Co. MS.
Cheves, W. B.Pvt.Pvt.03/22/1862Tishomingo Co.28Discharged July 25, 1862.
Christian, JohnPvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.  
Clark, S. P.Pvt.Pvt.05/28/1862Tishomingo Co. 3/10/1835 - 3/29/1903 buried Reinzi Cemetery Alcorn Co. MS.
Clemmons, Major H.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.33Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured Atlanta, Ga., July 22, 1864. Discharged from Camp Chase July 30, 1864. Died at Camp Chase Nov. 4, 1864. No. of grave 405, location of grave one third mile South of Camp Chase.
Clouch, JohnPvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.30Deserted -- dropped from the roll March 24, 1863.
Coates, P. H.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.24Deserted--dropped from the roll 17, Nov. 1863, in consequence of long absence.
Cogdell, DanielPvt.Pvt.03/25/1862Tishomingo Co.19 
Cogdell, William HenryPvt.Sgt.03/21/1862Tishomingo Co.18Detailed as a pioneer Aug. 28, 1862 and as a sharpshooter Nov. 5, 1863. Captured at Franklin TN Dec. 5, 1864 and released Champ Chase OH June 13, 1865. Oath of Allegiance: Complexion dark, hair dark, eyes blue, height 5"10", age 31. Dec. 1833 - Aug. 1876, bur. Carolina Meth. Cem., Prentiss Co. (age at enlistment appears to be wrong)
Cotton, WilliamPvt.Pvt.    
Curlee, Rufus L.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.39Died at Tullehoma, Tenn. 8 Oct. 1862.
Darler, William H.Pvt.Pvt.   Darler, Wm. H. died 13 Feb 1865 bur. Camp Chase OH
Davis, James F.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.18Transferred from Co. F 1 May 1862. July and Aug. 1862 Died near Tupelo, Miss., 25 Aug. 1862.
Davis, Thomas D.Sgt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.37Jan. and Feb. 1863 Was Sgt. reduced on account of long absence Feb. 14, 1863. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865. 4/10/1812 - 5/2/1885 buried Dean Cemetery, Iuka, Tishomingo Co., MS
Doggett, John E.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Deserted, dropped from the roll Dec. 23., 1863, AWOL and taken $2.00. March and April 1864 Present, joined from desertion April 6, 1864, in arrest undergoing sentence of Gen. Court Martial.
Dollar, William H.Pvt.Pvt.04/18/1864Rome GA Name appears on a register of prisoners of war captured near Nashville, TN Dec. 16, 1864 and forwarded to Louisville, Ky. Jan. 1, 1865. Died Feb. 13, 1865 of pneumonia, location of grave one third mile south of Camp Chase.
Edge, F. D.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.30b. Franklin, TN
Ellington, A. J.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Tishomingo Co.20 
Ellington, H. A.Pvt.Pvt.    
Elliott, R. W.Pvt.Pvt.03/31/1862Tishomingo Co.17Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Ellis, George W.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.18Left wounded in the hospital near Perryville, KY Oct. 9, 1862. Name appears on a receipt given by Maj. N.G. Watson, C.S.A. agent for exchange to Capt. W.W. Bickford, U.S.A. agent for exchange for Confederate prisoners of war received on board the steamer Metropolitan, Vicksburg, Miss., Dec. 4, 1862.
Epps, John AllenPvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.23Left wounded in hospital near Perryville, KY Oct. 9, 62. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war taken Perryville, KY.
Farris, C. H.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Corinth Re-enlisted, joined by transfer from Hawkin's Battalion Sharpshooters March 25, 1864. Hospital duty April 26, 64.
Finsley, J. D.Pvt.Pvt.    
Fitzgerald, WilliamPvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co. Deceased 8 October 1862.
French, B. F.Sgt.Sgt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.36Died 11 May 1862, near Rienzi, Mississippi.
Friendsly, J. D.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.42Deceased 24 October 1862.
Frierson, M. W.Pvt.Sgt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.32Promoted to Chaplin 32nd Miss., June 4, 1863, by order of the War Dept.
Frierson, Samuel M.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.25Left wounded in hospital near Perryville, KY Oct. 9, 62. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured Harrodsburg, KY Oct. 11, 62.
Gaffney, Owen / OlinPvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.18Left wounded In hospital near Perryville, KY Oct. 9, 1862. Captured Perryville, KY shipped to Cairo, Nov. 1862. Last heard from at Vicksburg, Dec. 1862.
Gassoway, J. H/S.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.44 
Gibson, Thomas N.Sgt.Sgt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.29Nov. and Dec. 1863 Wounded at the Battle of Taylors Ridge. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured near Atlanta, Ga. July 22, 64. (Reported as killed.)
Green, Elijah JacksonPvt.Pvt.02/15/1863Tishomingo Co. Dropped from the roll March 22, 1864 for AWOL Joined from desertion April 3, 1864, Court Martial sentence 6 days hard labor, stoppage wages 10 days. 9/9/1844 - 6/7/1916 buried Rienzi Cemetery, Rienzi, Alcorn Co. MS
Haman, W. P.Pvt.2nd Lt.    
Hardin, William D.     Returned TN CW questionnaire from Tippah Co. MS.
Hinkle, C. M.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.18Discharged July 3, 1862, and final statement given.
Holt, J. R.Pvt.Pvt.03/7 1862Tishomingo Co.24May and June 1863 Sent to hospital May 17, 1863, by surgeon.
Honnol, James N.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.19Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, wounded at the Battle of Chickamauga Sept. 20, 1863. Furloughed Oct. 6, 1863 for 40 days to MS. March and April 1864 Absent, sick, wounded in Battle of Chickamauga. Furloughed from hospital Oct. 6, 1863 for 40 days. Since reported by surgeon certificate, unable for duty. Name appears on a roll of prisoners, captured near Atlanta, July 22, 1864. Discharged Camp Chase, July 30, 1864. Oath of Allegiance: residence Tishomingo Co. MS, complexion light, hair light, eyes blue, height 5'11", age 24.
Honnol, Peter A.Pvt.Pvt.04/29/1862Tishomingo Co. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, left sick in private house at Estell Springs, TN Nov. 21, 1862. March and April 1863 Absent, left in hospital Tullehoma, April 23, 1863 by order of surgeon.
Howell, J. N.Pvt.Pvt.    
Hughes, William R.Pvt.Cpl.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.21Promoted to 3rd Cpl. Dec. 20, 1863. Buried Franklin, TN.
Johnsey, J. A.Pvt.Pvt.03/28/1862Tishomingo Co.23May and June 1862 Transferred to Co. A 1 May 1862. Name appears on a register of officers and soldiers of the Army of the Confederacy who were killed in battle or who died of wounds or disease, deceased 8 Oct. 1862.
Johnsey, James HenryPvt.Sgt.03/27/1862Tishomingo Co.16May and June 1862 Present, received by enlistment from the 3rd MS (later the 23rd) Regt., 12 month volunteers. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war captured Franklin, TN Dec. 17, 1864 and forwarded to Louisville, Ky.
Johnson, J. A.Pvt.     
Jones, William H.Sgt.Pvt.02/14/1862Tishomingo Co. March and April 1863 Present, was private appointed 2nd Sgt. April 26, 1863, joined by enlistment.
Karr, F. C. Jr.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left a Graysville, Ga. Hospital sick Aug. 28, 62. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Present, re-enlisted Feb. 9, 1864.
Karr, F. C. Sr.2nd Lt.Maj.03/05/1862Tishomingo Co.39Field and staff muster roll, Sept. and Oct. 1863, died of wounds received in the battle of Chickamauga, died 27 Sept. 1863. Buried Meriatta Confederate Cemetery, GA.
Karr, J. A.Pvt.Pvt.    
Karr, J. H.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.16May and June 1862 Died 3 May 1862 at Rienzi, Mississippi.
Karr, William M.Pvt.Pvt.02/15/1863Tishomingo Co. March and April 1863 Present, joined by enlistment. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Bounty due, deserted, dropped from roll Dec. 23, 63, AWOL. Ordnance taken, $58.00. March and April 1864 Joined from desertion April 12, 1864, tried by Gen. Court Martial, sentence not published, in division guard house.
Kelton, GranvillePvt.Cpl.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.32July and Aug. 1862 Absent, sent to the rear sick April 25, 62, by surgeon, AWOL. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Present, Pvt. appointed Cpl. Dec. 20, 1863. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Kennedy, John M.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.35Date of discharge 5 July 1862, final statement given.
Key, James B.Pvt.Pvt.04/28/1862Tishomingo Co. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Appointed Corporal Feb. 8, 1862. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865
Kilgo, J. S.Pvt.Pvt.03/31/1862 32March and April 1864 Absent, joined from transfer from Hawkin's Battalion Sharpshooters, March 25, 1864, absent sick.
Killough, Thomas D.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.43May and June 1862 Present, wagoneer, detailed 6 April 1862.
Lancaster, M.B.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.24July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Graysville, Ga., Hospital sick Aug. 18, 62. July and Aug. 1863 Discharged from Graysville, GA Hospital Oct. 18, 1862, by War Dept. on account of disability.
Langford, D. N.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.16Deceased 14 Oct. 1862, hospital Lauderdale Springs, MS buried Confederate Cemetery, Lauderdale Springs, MS.
Lewellen, A. J.Pvt.Sgt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.35Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present, appointed Cpl. Feb. 23, 1863. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Deserted, dropped from the roll Dec. 23, 1863, AWOL.
Lewellen, WilliamPvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.43Transferred to Co. A, May 1, 1862.
Liggon, J. J.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Tishomingo Co.16Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present, mechanic detailed Feb. 22, 1863, work at fortification. March and April 1863 Absent, detailed to Hardy's pioneer corps, April 25, 1863 by order of Gen. Hardy. July and Aug. 1863 Transferred July 1, 1863 to Roddy's Cavalry by order of Gen. Bragg.
Livingston, C. E.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.38May and June 1862 Transferred to Co. A 1 May 1862. July and Aug. 1862 Sent to rear sick 28 May 1862, by surgeon, AWOL. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Reported Dec. 17, 1862 in consequence of long absence deserted.
Lowrey, J. G. Jr.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.17May and June 1862 Transferred from Co. F, May 1, 1862. March and April 1863 Absent, sick in Tishomingo Co., MS, has furnished physicians certificate on an oath that he will not be fit for duty in six months. July and Aug. 1862 Present.
Lowrey, J. G. Sr.Capt.Capt.03/05/1862Tishomingo Co.41A Dr. and older brother of Gen. M. P. Lowrey, also served in the Mexican War. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, sick from 12 Dec. 62, in Miss., has reported twice unable for duty in accordance with regulations by order of Gen. Bragg. March and April 1863 Absent, sick from 12 Dec. 1862, for 30 days by order of Gen. Bragg, tended his resignation on surgeons certificate of disability. May and June 1863 Resignation accepted by War Dept., April 29, 1863, special Order # 104. Died 18 Mar. 1890.
Lowrey, John W.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Tishomingo Co.42Sept. and Oct. 1863 Present, wounded in the battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863. Name appears on a roll of deserters from the rebel army, received July 16, 1864, discharged July 18, 1864. Oath of Allegiance: residence Tishomingo Co., MS, complexion dark, hair dark, eyes hazel, height 5'11". Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865. 1 Jan 1846 - 27 Feb 1893 buried Blue Mt. Cemetery.
Lynch, JohnPvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.29Sept. and Oct. 1863 Wounded at the battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863.
Malone, William A.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.27Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured near Franklin, Dec. 16, 1864.
Martin, JeremiahPvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.32July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Graysvllle, Ga., in hospital sick Aug. 1862. July and Aug. 1863 Discharged from Graysville, Ga., Oct. 1862, War Dept., on account of disability.
Martin, PeterPvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.28Died 15 May 1862 at Corinth, MS.
Martin, Robert M.Pvt.Cpl.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.37Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, awarded furlough home for 30 days from 1 Nov. 1862, by order of Gen. Bragg. May and June 1863 Present, was private appointed Cpl. June 17, 1863. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Present, wounded in the battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 63. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Present. Name appears on a list of prisoners taken and paroled during the march to Mobile and Ohio Railroad, captured Atlanta, GA July 22, 1864. Oath of Allegiance: residence Tishomingo Co. MS, hair dark, eyes blue, height 6'0". Buried Wheeler Grave Yard, Kossuth, MS.
McLeran, W. G.Pvt.Sgt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.26May and June 1862 Sent to rear sick 28 May 62, by surgeon. July and Aug. 1862 Sent to rear sick 28 May 62, by surgeon. AWOL. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Pvt. appointed Sgt. Dec. 20, 1863. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Re-enlisted Feb. 6, 1864. Wounded in the battle of Atlanta. Paroled Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Milican, O. C.Cpl.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.24May and June 1862 Was Cpl. and reduced 1 June 1862 at his own request. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Detailed as nurse in hospital Chattanooga, TN Nov. 5, 62. May and June 1863 Present. Paroled Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Miller, A. H.Pvt.1st Sgt.03/28/1862Tishomingo Co.21May and June 1862 Absent, on sick furlough from June 30, 14 days. July and Aug. 1862 Was Sgt. Major reduced Aug. 7, 1862. March and April 1863 Died in hospital Tullehoma, TN April 11, 1863, final Statement given.
Miller, S. P.Pvt.Cpl.04/09/1862Tishomingo Co.18July and Aug. 1862 Appointed Cpl. Sept. 11, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Died in hospital Harrodsburg, Ky., date of death unknown, Oct. 62. Register Deceased Oct. 15, 1862.
Moon, M. V.Pvt.Pvt.04/02/1862Tishomingo Co.19Died May 21, 1862 at Corinth, MS.
Moore, John R.Pvt.1st Lt.03/28/1862Tishomingo Co.25March and April 1863 Elected 2nd Lt. Feb. 280, 1863. May and June 1863 Promoted from 2nd Lt. April 29, 1863, on detached service since 28 May 1863. Jan. and Feb. 1864. Re-enlisted Feb. 6, 1864. March and April 1864 Extra duty, acting training master, detached March 16, 64, by order of Col. Hardcastle. Paroled Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865. 23 June 1834-22 July 1895, buried in Booneville MS.
Moore, John W.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.22May and June 1862 and July Aug. 1862 Sent to rear sick 28 May 62, by surgeon. AWOL. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present. July and Aug. 1863 Sent to hospital Aug. 28, 1863 by surgeon. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Present. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Re-enlisted Feb, 9, 1864.
Moore, Milton M.Pvt.Pvt.04/04/1863Tullehoma TN March and April 1863 Joined by enlistment, bounty due, cartridge pouch lost $2.50 Jan. and Feb. 1864 Re-enlisted Feb. 9, 1864. Killed at Peach Tree Creek GA July 1864.
Moore, William G. H.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.29May and June 1862 Hospital cook from 6 May 1862. Prisoner of war, captured Perryville, KY Oct. 9, 1862. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Wounded in the Battle of Chickamauga Sept. 20, 63. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Deserted, dropped from the roll Dec. 9, 1863, AWOL, supposed to be captured at Missionary Ridge. Prisoner of war, captured Missionary Ridge, Nov. 25, 1863.
Neill, John D.Pvt.2nd Lt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.40Resigned 28 June 1862. Regimental return June 1862, resigned, discharged 28 June 1862, by order of Gen. Bragg.
Nichols, HenryPvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.35May and June 1862 Transferred to Co. A 1 May 1862. July and Aug. 1862 Left at Graysville, GA in hospital sick Aug. 18, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present. March and April 1863 Sick in tent. May and June 1863 Transferred to Co. C 8th Regt. Tenn., Vol. May 1, 1863 by order of Gen. Bragg.
Nichols, WilliamPvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.17Nov. and Dec. 1862 - March and April 1863 Detailed to Sample's Battery Sept. 16, 1862. May and June 1863 Transferred to Co. C 8th Regt. Tenn. Vol. May 1, 1863, by order of Gen. Bragg.
Nicholson, Hansford G.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.18May and June 1862 Transferred to Co. C 1 June 1862. May and June 1862 Absent, at home sick, transferred from Co. A this Regt. May 13, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Left at Perryville, wounded Oct. 9, 1862. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war at Military Prison, Alton, IL. Paroled and sent to City Point, VA for exchange, by order of war Dept. April 1, 1863, roll dated Military Prison, Alton, IL April 1, 1863, captured Perryville, KY Oct. 11, 1862, exchanged April 11, 1863. March 1863 - April 1864 Present.
Norman, John DavidPvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.30July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Graysville, GA in hospital sick Aug. 28, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Present, orderly for Col. Dec. 16, 1863. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Present, extra duty orderly for Col., re-enlisted Feb. 6, 1864. March and April 1864 Extra duty Colonels orderly. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865. 1845 - 1918 bur. Baldwyn (Old Masonic) Cem. Prentiss Co. MS.
Norman, W. J.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Iuka May and June 1862 Bounty and commutation due, sick in hospital. July and Aug. 1862 Present. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Died in hospital Chattanooga, TN Nov. 11, 1862.
Parish, A. H.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.35July and Aug. 1862 through Nov. and Dec. 1863 Detailed mechanic, 9 June 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, extra duty blacksmith dept., June 9, 1862. March and April 1864 Absent, extra duty blacksmith for Hotchriss Battery, detached April 1-3, 1864, by order of Gen. Hardy.
Parker, J. C.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.18May and June 1862 Present, sick In hospital. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Tupelo, MS in hospital July 28, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, left in hospital Tupelo, MS July 27, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, left sick at Tupelo, MS July 27, 1862. March and April 1863 Present. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Present, re-enlisted Feb. 9, 1864. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Parker, S. M.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.24Nov. and Dec. 1862 Died In hospital Perryville, Ky., date of death unknown. Name appears on a list of Confederate soldiers who have died in the Dist. of Central KY, list dated Lexington, KY, April 2, 1863, captured Chaplin Hills, KY. Cause of death, wounded, left thigh amputated, date of death of death Nov. 1, 1862, hospital Perryville, KY.
Parker, W. L.Pvt.Pvt.03/21/1862Tishomingo Co.26May and June 1862 Present, commutation due for 6 Months. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Deserted, dropped from roll Dec. 23, 63, AWOL, ordanance taken $2.00. March and April 1864 Joined from desertion April 7, 1864, tried by Gen. Court Martial, sentence not published, in division guard house. Buried Franklin, TN.
Parrish, A. H.Pvt.Pvt.    
Patton, J. C/E. W.Cpl.Cpl.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.35Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, sent to Winchester, Tenn., Hospital, Jan. 15, 1863. March and April 1863 Sent to Winchester, TN Hospital Jan. 15, 1863, by order of surgeon, returned. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Killed in the Battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863, final statement given.
Patton, R. A/S.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.33May and June 1862 Transferred to Co. A 1 May 1862, sent to rear sick 28 May 1862, by surgeon. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, sent to rear sick 28 May 62, by surgeon, AWOL. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Sent to Winchester, hospital Jan. 15, 63. March and April 1863 Absent, detailed as nurse In hospital Tullehoma, by order of Gen. Cleburne, April 12. May and June 1863 Absent, detailed as nurse in hospital April 15, 1863 by order of surgeon. July and Aug. 1863 Present. March and April 1864 Absent, furloughed 30 days from April 1, 64. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Pickens, A. G.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.29May and June 1862 Transferred to Co. A 1 May 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present, under arrest. May and June 1863 Present, sick In tent Sept. and Oct. 1863 Killed in the Battle of Chickamauga Sept. 20, 1863 final statement given.
Poe, William M.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.21Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, left wounded in hospital near Perryville, KY Oct. 9, 1862. Name appears on a list of prisoners of war shipped by provost marshall of Lexington, KY, list not dated. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, in hospital Tullehoma, TN sick. March and April 1863 Died in hospital Tullehoma, TN March 22, 63, final statement given. Name appears on a register of officers and soldiers of the Confederate states killed in battle or who died of wounds or disease. Born in GA deceased 22 March 1863, hospital Tullehoma, TN.
Price, Asa B.Pvt.Pvt.    
Ramsey, Thomas J.Pvt.Sgt.03/28/1862Tishomingo Co.22May and June 1862 Transferred to Co. A I May 1862. May and June 1862 Present, transferred from Co. F May 1, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present, color Cpl. March and April 1863 Present, Color Sgt. May and June 1863 Present, Color Cpl. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Present, wounded at the Battle of Chickamauga Sept. 19, 1863, was Color Cpl. appointed Sgt. Sept. 20, 1863. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Deserted, dropped from roll Dec. 23, 1863, AWOL, ordanance taken $12.00. March and April 1864 Joined from desertion April 7, 1864, tried by Gen. Court Martial, sentence not published, in division guardhouse. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war received at Military Prison, Louisville, KY, captured Tishomingo Co. MS, discharged on oath July 1864. Oath of Allegiance: residence Tishomingo Co. MS, complexion light, hair dark, eyes blue, height 5'10".
Reece, William H.Pvt.Pvt.    
Reese, William HarrisonPvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Tishomingo Co. May and June 1862 Present, commutation due, lost haversack. July and Aug. 1862 Present. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, wounded, furloughed to Lincoln Co., TN from Dec. 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, overdrawn one month on descriptive roll, left arm amputated in Lincoln Co., TN, sent by order of surgeon Dec. 24, 1862. March and April 1863 Absent, in Lincoln Co., Tenn., left arm off, sent by surgeon Dec. 24, 1862, overdrawn 2 months pay on descriptive roll. July and Aug. 1863 Absent, furloughed for 30 days from 14 Aug. 63, by order of Gen. Bragg. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Present, sick in camp, re-enlisted Feb. 6. March and April 1864 Absent, furloughed 60 days from April 4, 1864, with privaledge of extension from time to time, order of Gen. Johnston, left arm off. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war taken Perryville, KY Oct. 9, 1862, age 15, height 5'7", eyes blue, hair light, complexion light.
Reynolds, David F.Pvt.Capt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.24May and June 1862 Not stated, elected 2nd Lt. 21 May 62, has bounty and commutation due. March and April 1863 Not stated: relieved by board of officers from ordanance charged through a mistake. May and June 1863 Not stated, promoted 1st Lt. April 29, 1863 to Captain. July and Aug. 1863 Sick in camp. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Absent, absent with leave, Gen. Order # 227. 25 days from Feb. 20 1864. March and April 1864 Present, re-enlisted. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured near Franklin, TN Dec. 17, 64. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war at Johnson Island, OH, who are applicants for amnesty oath, roll dated Jan. 1, 1865. Was born in NC, voluntarily joined the 32nd MS Infantry as a private, March 1862, in which capacity he served 3 months and was elected 3rd Lt., which position he held about 1 year, was promoted 1st Lt. and subsequently to Captain, holding the latter rank at the time he surrendered himself to the Federal Troops, Nashville, TN, Dec. 17, 1864, where he remained a few days. Murdered 13 Aug. 1915, buried County Line Cemetery.
Reynolds, W. P.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.43May and June 1862 Present, detailed as mechanic April 12, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Deserted, dropped from roll Dec. 9, 1863, AWOL. Name appears on a list of Rebel deserters voluntarily taken and subscribed the oath of allegiance to the U.S. Govt., at Knoxville, TN between Dec. 4, and 16, 1863, and after confinement for a limited period have been permitted to go to their homes when the same are situated within our lines and other cases were sent to KY to be there released.
Rhodes, L. A.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.34May and June 1862 Absent, sent to rear sick 28 May 1862, by surgeon. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, sent to rear sick May 28, 62 by surgeon, AWOL. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, sent to rear from Corinth May 28, 1862 by surgeon AWO:. Jan. and Feb. 1862 Absent, sent to rear from Corinth, Miss., May 28, 1862. March and April 1863 Deserted, sent to rear from Corinth by surgeon 28 May 62, dropped from the roll March 24, 1863.
Riddle, RowlandPvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Tishomingo Co.20Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present, color cpl. July and Aug. 1863 Present, sick in camp. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Present, was color cpl. reduced at his request Oct. 1, 63, wounded at the Battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Present. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Present, re-enlisted Feb. 9, 1864. March and April 1864 Present. Paroled at Greensboro, NC May 1, 1865.
Rogers, D. M.Pvt.2nd Lt.03/05/1862Tishomingo Co.40May and June 1862 Not stated, appointed 2nd Lt., Jr. 29 June. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Resigned Feb. 26, 1863. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured Tippah County, Miss., March 28, 1863, forwarded to Ft. Delaware April 19, 1863, discharged April 22, 1863.
Rogers, David W.Pvt.2nd Lt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.25Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present, teamster detailed Jan. 11, 1863. March and April 1863 Not stated, elected 2nd Lt., March 5, 1863. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Not stated, re-enlisted Feb. 9, 1864. Name appears on an inspection report of Lowrey's Brigade, Cleburn's Division, Hardee's Corps, Army of the Tennessee, commanded by Brig. Gen. M.P. Lowrey, report dated near Jonesboro, Ga., Sept. 14, 1864, wounded and sent to the hospital July 24, 1864.
Rowland, B. J.Pvt.Pvt.04/29/1862Tishomingo Co. May and June 1862 Absent, sent to rear 28 April 62, by surgeon. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, sent to rear 28 March 62, by surgeon, AWOL. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Reported Dec. 17, 62 in consequence of long absence, deserted.
Rowland, W. F.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.24May and June 1862 Absent, sent to rear sick 28 May 62 by surgeon. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, sent to rear sick 28 May 62, by surgeon, AWOL. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Was furloughed from 16 to 20 Nov. 62, reported Dec. 17, 62, deserted.
Satterfield, David A.Cpl.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.24May and June 1862 Absent, was Cpl. reduced May 62, at his own request, sent to rear sick May 21, 62 by surgeon. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Graysville, GA In hospital Aug. 18, 62. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, detailed to build bridges Jan. 22, 1863. March and April 1863 Absent, detailed to Hdqs, pioneer corps. April 23, 63 by order of Gen. Hardee. July and Aug. 1863 Absent, detailed to Cleburn's engineer corps, Aug. 2, 63, by order, of Gen. Bragg. 10/14/1837 - 10/26/1912, buried Friendship Methodist Cemetery.
Scroggins, AbnerPvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.30May and June 1862 Present, hospital cook from 6 May 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, left sick in hospital Winchester, Nov. 25, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, in hospital Winchester, TN 25 Nov. 1862. March and April 1863 Absent, detailed as cook in hospital, Tullehoma, Tenn., by order of Gen. Cleburn, March 20, 1863. March and April 1864 Absent, extra duty, detailed in hospital April 20, 63 by order of Gen. Cleburn.
Scroggins, SmithPvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.32Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, wounded mortally, Battle of Chickamauga Sept. 20, 63, left at hospital by surgeon. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Died of wounds received in battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 63, in field hospital Oct. 8, 63, final statement given. Buried Marietta Confederate Cemetery, GA. Roll of Honor, Chickamauga.
Sheffield, EverettCpl.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.33July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Tupelo, Miss. sick in hospital July 28. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, sent to Winchester, TN hospital Nov. 28, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, Cpl. reduced on account of long absence from sickness Feb. 8, 1863, hospital in Winchester, Nov. 28, 1862. March and April 1863 Sent to Winchester hospital by order of surgeon Nov. 28, 62. May and June 1863 Absent, sent to hospital June 25, 63 by surgeon. July and Aug. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital June 25, 63 by surgeon. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital June 25, 63 by order of surgeon. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital June 25, 63, by order of surgeon. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Present, re-enlisted Feb. 9, 1864. March and April 1864 Present, sick in tent.
Sherrill, W/U. R.Pvt.Sgt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.25July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left Tupelo, Miss., in hospital sick July 28, 62. March and April 1863 Present, was private appointed Cpl. April 26, 1863. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Present, Cpl. promoted Sgt. Dec. 20, 1863. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Present, re-enlisted Feb. 9, 1864. March and April 1864 Absent, furloughed for 30 days from 13 April 1864. Reported as wounded in the battle of Atlanta.
Smith, Abbott GainesPvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.18May and June 1862 Absent, detached as pioneer 21 May 1862 March and April 1862 Present, joined from transfer from Hawkin's sharpshooters, March 25, 1864. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured near Atlanta, GA July 22, 1864.
Smith, JohnPvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.30May and June 1862 Present, sick in hospital. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Graysville, Ga., in hospital Aug. 18, 1862. Nov. and Dec 1862 Absent, sick in hospital Graysville, GA Aug. 18, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863. Absent, furloughed Dec. 5, 62, for 60 days from Dalton, GA Hospital, War Dept. March and April 1863 Absent, furloughed from Dalton, GA 60 days from 5 Dec. 62, by order of War Dept. July and Aug. 1863 Absent, furloughed from 10 May 63, for 60 days by order of Gen. Bragg, yet unfit for duty. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, furloughed for 60 days from 16 May 63 by order of Gen. Bragg, reported yet unfit for duty. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Deserted, dropped from roll Nov. 17, 1863, in consequence of long continued absence.
Smith, John J.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.34July and Aug. 1862 Present, detailed as brigade teamster Aug. 18, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, furloughed under Gen. Order #14 for 25 days from Feb. 13, 1864, and re-enlisted Feb. 6, 1864. March and April 1864 Absent, absent sick.
Smith, Joseph B.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.38Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, wounded, left in hospital near Perryville, KY Oct. 9, 1862. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war taken at Perryville, KY, shipped to Cairo Nov. 18, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, overdrawn 2 months on descriptive roll, left wounded-near Perryville, Oct. 7, 1862. July and Aug. 1863 Absent, left wounded at Perryville Oct. 8, 1862, left leg off, at Jacinto, Miss., overdrawn 2 months pay $22.00. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, at Jacinto, Miss., unfit for duty in consequence of wounds received at Perryville, KY, left leg off, has overdrawn 2 months pay, $22.00. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Discharged at Jackson, Miss., Dec. 9, 1863, by medical board on account of disability.
Spencer, WilliamPvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Tishomingo Co.20May and June 1862 Transferred to Co. A 1 May 1862. May and June 1862 Present, transferred from Co. F May 1862, sick in hospital. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Tupelo, Miss. hospital 8 July 1862 sick. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, furloughed under Gen. Order #14, 28 days from Feb. 15, 64, re-enlisted Feb. 9, 1864. March and April 1864 Present. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Street, RichardPvt.Musician03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.19May and June 1862 Absent, sick on furlough from 15 June 62. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, sent to West Point, sick June 15, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present, appointed musician Jan. 14, 1863. March and April 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Tullehoma, TN by order of surgeon April 16, 1863. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Present, re-enlisted Feb. 6,1864.
Thomas, BarneyPvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.25(Berry?) July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Graysville, GA in hospital Aug. 18, 62. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present, sick in tent. May and June 1863 Absent, with Col. Tison as stock guard, from 28 May 63 by order of Gen. Hardee. July and Aug. 1863 Present. March and April 1864 Absent, furloughed 30 days from April 13, 1864. Buried Franklin, TN.
Thomas, J. C.Pvt.Pvt.03/21/1862Tishomingo Co.18May and June 1863 Absent, with Col. Tison as stock guard, 28 May 63 by order of Gen. Hardee. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, wounded at the battle of Chickamauga Sept. 19, 63, left in hospital by surgeon. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Absent, wounded at Chickamauga, Sept. 19, 63, sent to hospital by surgeon. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, wounded at Chickamauga, Sept. 19, 63, sent to hospital by surgeon. March and April 1864 Absent, extra duty, detailed April 29, 1864, to guard baggage to the rear. Name appear's on a roll of prisoners of war, surrendered and paroled at LaGrange, TN May 22, 1865, roll not dated, captured May 22, 1865. Remarks, left his command at Marietta, Ga., July 1864.
Thomas, J. W.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.23Jan. and Feb. 1864 Present, re-enlisted Feb. 6, 1864. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Thomas, James R.Pvt.Pvt.05/10/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Transferred to Co. A May 1, 1862. May and June 1862 Absent, transferred from Co. C 1 June 1862, absent on sick furlough from surgeon 14, June 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present, sick in tent. July and Aug. 1863 Present, sick in camp. March and April 1864 Present.
Thomas, Miles JagfordPvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.20Lost some fingers in the battle of Shiloh. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Present, wounded in the battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 63. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Absent, wounded at Taylor's Ridge, Nov. 27, 63, sent to hospital by surgeon. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, wounded at Taylor's Ridge, Nov. 27, 63, sent to hospital by surgeon. March and April 1864 Present. 22 Dec 1841 - 4 Feb 1926 buried Pleasant Hill Cemetery.
Tomberlin, W. P.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka35May and June 1862 Absent, sent from Corinth, sick. July and Aug. 1862 Present. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, left near Perryville, Oct. 9, 62. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Supposed dead and dropped from the roll by order of Col. Carlton, Oct. 31, 1863.
Turner, William M.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.31May and June 1862 Absent, bounty and commutation due, sent to rear sick May 28, 62, by surgeon. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, sent to rear sick 28 May 62, by surgeon, AWOL Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present, bounty and commutation due. March and April 1863 Absent, sent to Tullehoma, TN by order of surgeon March 31, 1863. May and June 1863 Absent, sent to hospital June 1863, by order of surgeon. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Present, wounded at the battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 63. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Present, extra duty, division ordnance guard detached Nov. 22, 1863. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Present, extra duty, detached for division ordnance guard Nov. 22, 63, re-enlisted Feb. 9, 1864. Name appears on a roll of deserters from the Rebel Army, received March 30, 1865, Oath of allegiance: residence Tippah Co. MS, complexion fair, hair brown, eyes grey, height 5'9". Remarks volunteer. Born 1831 AL, buried Criswell Cemetery.
Walker, J. V.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.38Name appears on a register of officers and soldiers of the Army of the Confederacy who were killed in battle or who died of wounds or disease. Born in TN, deceased 5 April 1862 at home in Corinth, MS.
Walton, J. H. C.Pvt.Pvt.05/07/1862Tishomingo Co. May and June 1862 Absent, sent to rear sick by surgeon 21 May 1862. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, sent to rear sick 28 May 1862 by surgeon, AWOL. May and June 1863 Present, sick in tent. July and Aug. 1863 Died in hospital Chattanooga, July 7, 1862, had on person $10.00, final statement given.
White, John H.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.19May and June 1862 Absent, sent to rear sick 28 May 62, by surgeon. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present. May and June 1863 Absent, sent to Dalton hospital June 24, by surgeon. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Discharged Dalton, GA Hospital July 31, 62 by order of Gen. Bragg.
Wicks, L. B.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co. May and June 1862 Transferred to Co. A 1 May 1862. May and June 1862 Present, transferred from Co. F 1 May 1862. July and Aug. 1862 Present. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Died in hospital Estelle Springs, TN Nov. 1862.
Wood, Doctor J.Pvt.Sgt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.31May and June 1862 Transferred to Co. A 1 May 1862. May and June 1862 Present, transferred from Co. F 1 May 1862. March and April 1863 Present, was Pvt. appointed 5th Sgt. March 4, 1864. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Present, wounded at the battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 63. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Present, re-enlisted Feb. 9, 1864. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war captured near Atlanta, GA July 22, 1864, discharged Camp Chase, July 30, 1864.
Yates, John W.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.48May and June 1862 Present, bounty and commutation due. July and Aug. 1862 Discharged July 11, 1862, and final statement given.
Young, W. F.Pvt.Sgt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.32May and June 1862 Present, appointed Cpl. 1 June 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present, was Cpl. appointed Sgt. Feb. 23, 1863. March and April 1863 Died in Camp, Tullehoma, TN April 15, 1863, final statement given. Born McNairy County, TN, deceased 15 April 1863.
Young, Willis J.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.40May and June 1862 Absent, sent to rear 28 May by surgeon. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, sent to rear sick 28 May 62, by surgeon, AWOL. March and April 1863 Deserted, sent to rear from Corinth, by surgeon, 28 May 62, dropped from the roll March 24, 1863. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, detailed cook in division hospital March 20, 63 special order #68, Gen. Cleburn. March and April 1864 Absent, detailed in Davis Hospital, March 20, 62, special order #68, Gen. Cleburn. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured near Jonesboro, GA July 3, 64. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war Douglas, Ill., applying for oath of allegiance, roll dated Camp Douglas, Aug. 17, 1864, captured Kenesaw Mt., GA June 24, 64. Claims to have been loyal, forced to enlist in the Rebel Army to avoid conscript, deserted to avail himself of amnesty.
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Abrams, IveyPvt.Pvt.02/06/1862Lebanon28Reported as deserter and dropped from roll 2/6/64. Residence Tippah Co. Fair complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, 5'10"
Agnew, John D.Pvt.Sgt.03/06/1862Lebanon20Wounded in the battle of Chickamauga GA. Discharged Camp Douglas July 30, 64. Residence Tishomingo Co. MS. Complexion fair, hair light, eyes blue, height 5'10. 12/11/1842-8/14/1914 bur. Lebanon Cem. Prentiss Co. MS
Armour, J. B/D.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862  7/12/1829 - 5/8/1903 buried Hickory Flat Cemetery, Benton Co., MS.
Armour, John DavisPvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon Detailed as sharpshooter Aug. 27, 1862. Killed June 17, 1864.
Baker, AndrewPvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon32Killed in the Battle of Chickamauga Sept. 20, 1863.
Basden, James EdwardPvt.Pvt.   5/22/1837 - 4/6/1917, buried Zion Cemetery, Union County. Served in Co. B & D
Barnes, JamesPvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth21Captured Nov. 26, 1863, Missionary Ridge, Tenn. forwarded to Louisville, Ky. Dec. 9, 1863 for exchange. Place of residence, Tishomingo County, Mississippi. Complexion light, hair brown, eyes hazel, height 5'8".
Beckwith, James     Unfit for field service, Gainsville, Ala. driving stock.
Beecham, J. D.Pvt.Pvt.05/03/1862Corinth Detailed as a surgeon from 3 to 30 May. Born in N. Carolina. Deceased Nov. 21, 1862, Knoxville, TN of disease.
Bills, A. W.Cpl.Cpl.03/06/1862Lebanon444th Cpl. until 14 June 1862, reduced on account of disability. July-Aug 1862 muster, discharged.
Bills, John DanielPvt.2nd Lt.03/06/1862Lebanon23Captured by the enemy at Dug Gap, Ga. Sept. 10, 1863. Forwarded to Nashville, Sept. 18, 1863, for exchange. Transferred to Baltimore Feb. 9, 1864. Arrived at Johnson Island Feb. 14, 1864. Transferred to Ft. Delaware June 24, 1864. Place of residence, Marshall County, MS. Complexlon fair, hair brown, eyes gray, height 5'11". Captured again Chickamauga sent to prison. Released May 22, 1865, by order of the War Dept. 3/2/1839 - 7/3/1911 buried Henry Cemetery Corinth, MS.
Blassingame, William A.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth July-Aug 1862 muster, AWOL. Absent, sent to hospital sick at Winchester, TN 27 Dec. 1862.
Branyan, J. F.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon36July-Aug 1862 muster, discharged.
Branyan, R. T.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon19Nov-Dec 1863 muster, dropped from the roll for long continued absence Dec. 17, 1863.
Brasden, James EdwardPvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon24Captured near Jonesboro, Ga. Sept. 2, 1864. 1837-1917, bur. Old Zion Hill Cem., Union Co., MS
Bridges, G. B/P.Pvt.Pvt.05/03/1862Corinth Died at Chattanooga, April 6, 1863. Born Tenn.
Brownlee, H. M.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon25Nov-Dec 1862 muster: left at Harodsburg, Ky. hospital, wounded in the leg at the battle of Perryville, Oct. 13, 1862. Jan-Feb 1863 muster: Remarks, died at ___, Miss. Jan. 6, 1863. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war taken Harodsburg, Ky. sent to Vicksburg, via Cairo, Nov. 29, 1862, born NC, deceased Jan. 1, 1863 from disease, Jackson, MS.
Bryan, T. M.Pvt.Pvt.    
Bryson, J. H.Pvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Corinth Born in NC. Died at private house near Tupelo, MS July 4, 1862.
Bryson, L. T.Pvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Corinth Born in NC. Died at home near Guntown, Miss. 31 July 1862.
Bryson, PorterPvt.Cpl.05/01/1862Corinth July-Aug 1862 muster: AWOL. Nov-Dec 1862 muster: absent, sent to hospital Winchester TN Nov. 5, 62. Slightly wounded at Chickamauga. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war exchanged by order of Maj. Gen. W.T. Sherman, commanding military Div. of Mississippi at Ruff and Ready, Ga. Sept. 19 & 22 1864, captured near Jonesboro, Ga. Sept. 2, 1864. 1/13/1828 - 12/13/1914 buried Betheny National Cemetery, Bethany, Lee Co. MS
Bryson, PresleySgt.Sgt.03/06/1862Lebanon32Promoted 3rd Sgt. 24 Aug. 62. Born 1830 in NC. Died at Winchester Hospital, Tenn. Dec. 19, 62, from disease. Buried in Winchester City Cemetery.
Bryson, R. F.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon18Discharged 14 June 1862 but not paid up. Discharged on surgeons certificate of disability.
Bryson, Thaddeus M.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon Seriously wounded at Chickamauga and sent to hospital Sept. 20, 63, by order of surgeon. Name appears on a register, hospital Macon, Ga. Post Office, Guntown, station Chattanooga, complaint, wounded, admitted, Sept. 24. 1863. 12/12/1845 - 4/10/1904 buried Bethany National Cemetery, Bethany, Lee Co. MS
Bryson, TurnerPvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon19Born NC, deceased May 30 or 31, 1862 at home.
Burns, W. M.Pvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Corinth May-June 1862 muster: detailed as a waggoner, sick in hospital, reenlisted from fragments of the 3rd Mississippi Regt. AWOL in MS Aug. 1862. Nov-Dec 1862 muster: present, detailed as Regt. butcher 10 Dec. Jan-Feb 1863 muster: present, detailed Regt. teamster. Nov-Dec 1863 muster: dropped for long absence Dec. 17, 1863.
Campbell, PleasantPvt.Pvt.05/03/1862Corinth Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured near Jonesboro, Ga. Sept. 2, 1864.
Cappleman, JamesPvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon16July-Aug 1862 muster: AWOL. Jan-Feb 1863 muster: present. Oct. 20, 1845 - Aug. 5, 1929 buried Dumas Cemetery
Carter, GeorgePvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon20Died in hospital Lauderdale Springs, Miss. 25 July 62. Born in NC. Amount of money left $215.20. Effects sold for $3.00.
Carter, John B.Pvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Corinth Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured near Jonesboro, Ga. Sept. 2, 64.
Chastain, WilliamPvt.Pvt.03/16/1862Lebanon21Slightly wounded at Chickamauga. Deserted at Tunnel Hill, Ga. Feb. 18, 1864.
Clayton, William BennettPvt.Pvt.  24Left at Harrodsburg, KY and taken prisoner. Leg shot off at the Battle of Perryville, Ky. Oct. 8, 1862. 1841 - 1870 buried in Prentiss Co. MS?
Cogburn, S. S.Pvt.Pvt.05/02/1862Corinth Nov. and Dec. 1862 muster: reported as a deserter from an absence without leave.
Corder, J. B.Pvt.Pvt.   There is a George Cotter (Corder) Co. B died 6/28/1862 buried Confederate Cemetery, Lauderdale Springs, MS
Craig, J. F.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon25Transferred to Co. E 23rd Tenn. Regt., March 1, 1864, by order of Gen. Johnston.
Crawford, TerryPvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon28Born in NC. Deceased July 13, 1862, Okolona, MS.
Crockett, J. M.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon16 
Daniel, F. M.Pvt.Pvt.05/30/1863Corinth Wounded in the Battle of Chickamauga. Sent to hospital Sept. 26, 1863 by order of surgeon. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Reported deserter, dropped from the roll Feb. 6, 1864. March and April 1864 In the guard house, rejoined from desertion. 8/5/1832 - 7/12/1907 buried in Dumas Cemetery. Tippah Co., MS
Daniel, J. C.Pvt.Pvt.   Sick, sent from Baldwyn by order of medical director just preceeding the evacation of that place by our army. Nov. and Dec. 1863. Wounded in the Battle of Chickamauga, sent to hospital Sept. 20, 1863. Retired Oct. 3, 1864. 7/9/1827(or 37) - 2/6/1912 buried Henry Cemetery Alcorn Co. MS.
Davis, S. L.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon22Slightly wounded at Chickamauga
Douglas, GeorgePvt.Pvt.05/03/1862Corinth Born in NC. Died at Lauderdale Springs, July 3, 1862. buried Confederate Cemetery, Lauderdale Springs, MS. Amount of money left, $15.50.
Epting, John B.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon181/4/1844 SC - 9/7/1903? buried Lee Co., MS
Ford, J. F.Pvt.Pvt.    
Ford, T. R.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon33May and June 1862 Absent, at home accidently shot in the hand. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Reported as a deserter and dropped from the roll Feb. 6, 1864.
Galloway, James P.Pvt.Pvt.02/09/1863Lebanon Killed in the Battle of Chickamauga Sept. 20, 1863.
Galloway, John B.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon18Absent, wounded in the Battle of Taylor's Ridge. Sent to hospital Nov. 2, 1863. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured at Kingston, GA Nov. 20, 1864, discharged Rock Island May 25, 1865.
Gamble, S. D. D.Cpl.Sgt.03/06/1862Lebanon25Lost leg in the battle of Atlanta. Deceased 17 August 1864, LaGrange Hospital, GA.
Gamble, W. EberPvt.Color Cpl.05/10/1862Corinth Killed in the Battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863.
Garrison, James H.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon25Wounded in the Battle of Chickamauga. Furloughed home to MS for 40 days Oct. 19, 63 by order of surgeon. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured near Jonesboro, GA Sept. 2, 1864.
Gresham, J. G.Pvt.Pvt.    
Grisham, J. G.Pvt.Pvt.    
Grissom, J. G.Pvt.Pvt.    
Guy, Lewis M.Pvt.1st Lt.    
Hadden, James A.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon July and Aug. 1862 AWOL. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured near Jonesboro, GA Sept. 2, 1864. 4/29/1844-1/10/1919 bur. Baldwyn (Old Masonic) Cem. Prentiss Co. MS.
Hall, AllenPvt.Pvt.   Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war capture near Atlanta, GA July 22, 1864. Discharged Camp Chase July 30, 1864. Died Feb. 2, 65, of pneumonia. Grave one third mile south of Camp Chase. Grave # 1003.
Harris, J. H.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon24July and Aug. 1862 Absent, dropped out this side of Munfordville, sick. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Wounded in the Battle of Chickamauga, sent to hospital Sept. 20, 63 by order of surgeon. Died 1906 buried Adams Co. MS?
Harwell, EdwardPvt.2nd Lt.03/06/1862Lebanon24May and June 1862 Absent, sick, absent by order of surgeon. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Elected 2nd Lt. Jr., Feb. 20, 1863. May and June 1863 Sent to hospital Tunnel Hill, GA May 12, 63 by order of Asst. surgeon Smith. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Sick, sent to hospital at Lagrange, Ga., Oct. 1, 1863 by order of surgeon. Lost leg in the battle of Atlanta. Register, deceased 13 August 1864 hospital Griffin, GA.
Hassell, William R.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon18May and June 1862 Absent on pioneer detail since 22 May 1862. July and Aug. 1862 Transferred to Co. Sharpshooters by order of Gen. Wood June 20, 1862. Name appears on a descriptive roll of prisoners of war at Camp Chase, OH. Arrested Atlanta, GA July 22, 1864. Received at Camp Chase, OH Aug. 1, 1864. Released by order of commanding general prison May 8, 1865. Oath of Allegiance: residence Tishomingo Co. MS, complexion fair, hair red, eyes hazel, height 5'9".
Hawze, S. A.Pvt.Pvt.   Was prisoner of war.
Humphrey, J. W.Pvt.Pvt.   Name appears on a list of prisoners of war shipped by provost Marshal of Lexington KY, list not dated, arrested Nov. 28, shipped Nov. 29. No year listed.
Humphries, John V.Jr. 2nd Lt.1st Lt.03/06/1862Lebanon42July and Aug. 1862 Promoted 2nd Lt. Sr. 22 Aug. 1862, and the promoted 1st Lt. 24 Aug. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, left in hospital sick at Harrodsburg, KY Oct. 9, 1862. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war taken at Harrodsburg, KY sent to Vicksburg, via Cairo Nov. 29, 1862.
Ivey, Abram G.     Name appears on a regimental return for the month of June 1862, absent, sent home from Baldwyn by order of medical director just preceeding the evacuation of that place by the army.
Ivy, L. M.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon26May and June 1862 Appointed 5th Sgt. 15 June 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Elected 2nd Lt. Jr. Jan. 21, 1863, promoted 1st Lt. Feb. 13, 1863. Sept. and Oct. 1863 AWOL. Left his company near Chattanooga, TN Sept. 29, 1863. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Deserted near Chattanooga, Tenn., Sept. 23, 1863. Dropped from the roll Oct. 31, 1863. Name appears on a roll of Rebel deserters admitted within the lines, Dept. of the Cumberland, received at Louisville, KY Dec. 19, 1863 from Nashville, roll dated Hdg. Dist. Louisville, KY Dec. 19, 1863. Oath of Allegiance: residence Tishomingo Co. MS, complexion fair, hair light, eyes blue, height 5'11".
Jones, J. W.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862 18 
Jones, Taliferro R.Pvt.Pvt.04/29/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 Left at Hospital Graysville, Ga., sick. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Killed in the battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863.
Jones, W. T.Pvt.Cpl.03/06/1862Lebanon May and June 1862 Absent, sick by order of surgeon. July and Aug. 1862 Left at hospital, Sparta, TN sick. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured near Jonesboro, GA Sept. 1, 64.
Kennedy, James LeonidasPvt.Capt.03/06/1862Lebanon July and Aug. 1862 Elected 2nd Lt., Jr. 22 Aug. and promoted to 2nd Lt., Sr. 24 August. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present, promoted from 2nd Lt. to Captain Feb. 1, 1863. 1841-3/19/1913 buried in Wynnewood OK
King, J. C.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon May and June 1862 Absent, absent sick by order of surgeon. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, furloughed home in MS for 26 days from Feb. 13, 64, order of Gen. Johnston. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
King, O. D.Pvt.Sgt.03/6 1862Kossuth24May and June 1862 Appointed 4th Cpl. 15 June 1862. July and Aug. 1862 Promoted 3rd Cpl. 4 Aug. 1862. Paroled Greensboro. N.C. May 1, 1865.
Knight, C. H.Pvt.Pvt.04/29/1862  July and Aug. 1862 AWOL. Jan. and Feb. 1863 AWOL since Feb. 12, 1863. March and April 1863 Present. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, sent sick to hospital Oct. 28, 63, by order of surgeon. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Died at hospital at Graysville, GA Nov. 3, 1863 from disease.
Kramer, CharlesPvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon22Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, wounded in the battle of Chickamauga. Sent to hospital Sept. 20, 63, by order of surgeon.
Kramer, HenryPvt.Pvt.   Name appears on a register of prisoners of war Dept. of the Cumberland. Captured Ringgold, GA Nov. 26, 1863. Forwarded to Louisville, KY Dec. 13, 1863 for exchange.
Lyon, J. A.Pvt.Pvt.11/25/1862Saltillo March and April 1863 Died at Tullehoma, Tenn., April 6, 1863, amount of money left $68.88. Born in SC.
Magee, W. H.Pvt.Pvt.    
Magee, William P.1st Lt.1st Lt.03/06/1862Lebanon35Resigned 29 June 1862.
Massey, J. A.Pvt.Pvt.05/10/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Present, sick in camp. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Detailed as nurse in hospital at Winchester TN Nov. 6, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Detailed as nurse in hospital at Winchester TN Nov. 6, 1862. May and June 1863 Detailed with pioneer corps June 25, 63, order Gen. Hardee. July and Aug. 1863 Detailed with engineer corps by order of Gen. Bragg, June 25, 1863. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Transferred to engineer corps July 15, 1863, by order of Gen. Bragg.
Massey, K. G.Pvt.Pvt.05/13/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Present, sick in camp. March and April 1863 Detailed as pioneer April 21, 1863. May and June 1863. Detailed with pioneer corps April 22, 63, order of Gen. Hardee. July and Aug. 1863 Detailed with engineer corps by order of Gen. Bragg, April 22, 1863. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Transferred to engineer corps July 15, 1863, by order Gen. Bragg. 12/24/1832-2/24/1886 bur. Mt. Pleasant Baptist Cem. Prentiss Co. (says Co. C)
McDonald, J. A.Pvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Sick in camp. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Detailed as regiment teamster. March and April 1863 Detailed with working party, April 22, 1863. May and June 1863 Detailed as teamster June 18, 1863, order Gen. Hardee, lost 16 cartridges at 25 cents each, $4.00. July and Aug. 1863 Detailed as teamster with subsistence train by order of Gen. Wood, June 18, 1863. Nov. and Dec. 1863 - April 1864 Detailed as musician by order of Col. Lowrey. 7/29/1829-7/17/1901 bur. Baldwyn Cem. (Old Masonic) Prentiss Co. MS.
McDonald, Lewis S.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon16May and June 1862 Sick, absent by order of surgeon. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present. March and April 1863 Detailed with working party April 22, 63. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Deserted near Ringgold, Ga., Nov. 27, 1863. Captured Nov. 27, 1863, Ringgold, GA.
McDonald, William R.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon23May and June 1862 Sick, absent by order of surgeon. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present. March and April 1863 Detailed with working party April 22, 1863. July and Aug. 1863 Aug. 30, stoppage, bayonet scabbard, $1.00. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Sick, sent to hospital Oct. 1, 1863, by order of surgeon. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Deserted near Chickamauga, Tenn., Nov. 26, 63. List of prisoners of war captured Missionary Ridge, Tenn., Nov. 25, 1863, forwarded to Louisville, Ky. for exchange, forwarded to Rock Island, IL Dec. 11, 1863.
McGee, John N.Pvt.Cpl.03/06/1862Lebanon26Slightly wounded at Chickamauga. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Furloughed home MS for 25 days Feb. 11, 64, order of Gen. Johnston. Captured Kingston, Ga. May 20, 1864. Oath of allegiance: residence Guntown, MS, complexion dark, hair black, eyes hazel, height 5'11", age 39.
McGee, John S.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon32May and June 1862 Sick in camp. July and Aug. 1862 Left at Graysville, in hospital sick. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Left in hospital Graysville, Ga. Aug. 28, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 - June 1863 Sent to hospital Tullehoma, Tenn. Feb. 15, 1863. July and Aug. 1863 Furloughed from hospital at Catoosa Springs for 30 days order of surgeon Fosterm July 10, 1863 Sept. and Oct. 1863 - Dec. 1863 Furloughed from Catoosa Springs, for 35 days, Aug. 13, 63, by order of surgeon. Jan. and Feb. 1864 - April 1864 Sent to hospital Feb. 23, 1864, Dalton, Ga.
McGee, Samuel M.Pvt.Cpl.11/27/1862Saltillo March and April 1864 Furloughed home 30 days April 23, 64, now at his home sick. Captured Jonesboro, Ga. Sept. 1, 1864. Paroled Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865. 12/15/1844-7/10/1934 buried Baldwyn (Old Masonic) Cem. Prentiss Co. MS.
McGee, W. H.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon37May and June 1862 Sick, absent by order of surgeon. July and Aug. 1862 Appointed 4th Cpl. 24, Aug. 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Died at Vicksburg, Miss., Nov. 22, 1862, from disease. Born in NC. No. of Certificate M 344.
McGee, W. O.Pvt.Pvt.05/04/1862Corinth Nov. and Dec. 1862 Left in hospital sick, at Knoxville, Tenn., Oct. 27, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Furloughed from hospital at Knoxville, Tenn., time unknown. Did not return until the Jan-Feb 1864 muster. Captured near Jonesboro, Ga., Sept. 1, 1864.
Metcalf, J. W.Pvt.Pvt.    
Milton, J. B.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon July and Aug. 1862 Left at Pikesville in hospital. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Left at hospital sick in Pikesville, TN Sept. 3, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present. March and April 1863 Prisoner of war in parole camp Chattanooga. May and June 1863 Present. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Killed in the Battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863. Roll of Honor battle of Chickamauga, GA. Buried Marietta Confederate Cemetery, GA.
Milton, W. J. N.Cpl.Cpl.03/06/1862Lebanon30July and Aug. 1862 Promoted 2nd Cpl. 24 Aug. 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Died at Harrodsburg, KY from wounds received in his body at the Battle of Perryville, 19 Oct. 1862. Born in AL.
Morgan, Martin McCartneyPvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon33Detailed with working party April 22, 1863. Seriously wounded at Chickamauga. Furloughed home for 35 days Oct. 6, 63, by surgeon.
Morgan, Nathan AlexanderPvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon24Was in Co. F 23rd Miss. Infantry. Escaped capture at Ft. Donelson Feb. '62 and transferred to 32nd MS. Was on pioneer and sharpshooter duty in the 32nd. Transferred back to the 23rd when it was reorganized about Oct. 1862. Deserted April 14, 1865.
Morris, J. F.Pvt.Pvt.02/16/1863Lebanon Captured near Jonesboro, Ga., Sept. 1, 1864. 1/22/1846-4/22/1918 buried Lebanon Cem. Prentiss Co. MS.
Morris, James L.Pvt.Pvt.    
Mullins, S. M.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon23May and June 1862 Discharged and final statement given.
Neil, J. L.     Name appears on a register of officers and soldiers of the Army of the Confederate States who were killed in battle or who died of wounds or disease, deceased 29 March 1862, St Louis.
Nelson, William R. Sr.Capt.Capt.03/06/1862Lebanon41Died at Guntown, MS Nov. 5, 1862 from disease. 12/7/1820-11/6/1862 buried Lebanon Cem. Prentiss Co. MS.
Norton, William2nd Lt.2nd Lt.03/06/1862Lebanon39Resigned 3 July and resignation excepted.
O'Shields, J. D.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon18May and June 1862, Absent, on pioneer detail since 18 May. July and Aug. 1862 Dropped out this side of Munfordville, sick. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Captured and at parole camp Chattanooga, TN Sept. 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, furloughed home in MS for 30 days from Feb. 13, 1864, Gen. Johnston. March and April 1864 Present.
Perkins, T. J.Pvt.Pvt.11/15/1863Enterprise Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, sent to hospital at Dalton, GA Feb. 23, 1864. March and April 1864 Present.
Phillips, W. F.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon46May and June 1862 Absent, sick, absent by order of surgeon. July and Aug. 1862 Present. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Not stated, sent to hospital sick at Winchester, TN Dec. 27, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Tullehoma, TN Feb. 15, 1863. March and April 1863 Died at Chattanooga, March 18, 1863. Born in NC. Buried Chattanooga Confederate Cemetery, TN.
Phillips, William F.Sgt.1st Sgt.03/06/1862Lebanon29July and Aug. 1862 Present, promoted 1st Sgt. 24 Aug. 62. Wounded at Chickamauga. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Absent, furloughed home in MS Dec. 24, 1863 for 25 days by order of Gen. Hardee.
Potter, AelickPvt.Pvt.07/15/1863Tyner's Station TN Sept. and Oct. 1863 Deserted near Chattanooga, Tenn., Sept. 6, 1863.
Rainwater, William M.Pvt.Pvt.   Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war received at Military prison Alton, IL. Received Jan. 10, 1863. Captured Water Valley, MS Dec. 5, 1862, exchanged June 12, 1863.
Rimmer, J. B.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon31Died 6 May at Corinth.
Roane, J. H.Pvt.Pvt.    
Robinson, JohnPvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon24July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at hospital in Glasgow, sick. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, captured and at parole camp Chattanooga, TN Sept. 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present. May and June 1863 Absent, detailed with the provost guard, 15 June 63, order of Gen. Cleburn. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Present. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Rowan, J. B.Pvt.Pvt.05/03/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at private house sick near Chattanooga. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, left at hospital sick Knoxville, Oct. 29, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, furloughed home from hospital Dec. 20, 62, 60 days. March and April 1864 Absent, sent to hospital April 17, 64, by order of surgeon. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Rowan, JamesPvt.Pvt.05/03/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Absent, sick in hospital. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at hospital Cartage. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present, captured and at parole camp Chattanooga, TN Sept. 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war transferred from Memphis, TN to Alton, Ill., Jan. 1865, not dated. Captured Egypt Station, Dec. 28, 1864. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C., May 1, 1865. Born 1835 in AL. Died 5/27/1926 in Texas Soldier's Home, Austin, TX. Buried in State Cemetery, Austin.
Rowan, William F.Pvt.Pvt.05/03/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left in hospital Graysville, GA. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, wounded In the battle of Chickamauga, sent to hospital Sept. 20, 1863, by order of surgeon. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Present, elected 2nd Lt., Jr., Nov. 12, 63. March and April 1864 Absent, furloughed home in Miss., 26 days April 23, 64, order of Gen. Johnston. Name appears on an inspection report of Lowrey's Brigade, Cleburn's Division, Hardee, Corps, Army of the Tennessee, Commanded by Brig Gen. M.P. Lowrey, report dated near Jonesboro, GA Sept. 14, 1864, prisoner of war. 1/30/1830-7/6/1907 bur. Baldwyn (Old Masonic) Cem. Prentiss Co. MS
Scott, R. W.Pvt.Pvt.05/10/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at hospital Tupelo, MS. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present, left in hospital sick at Knoxville, TN Oct. 25, 1862. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Died in hospital Atlanta, Ga. from wounds received in the battle of Chickamauga Oct. 3, 1863. Register, deceased 3 Oct. 63 Atlanta of gunshot wound.
Scott, WilliamPvt.Pvt.05/10/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at hospital in Mobile, AL. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present, left sick in hospital at Knoxville, TN Oct. 25. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Tullehoma, TN Feb. 15, 63. July and Aug. 1863 Absent, furloughed home in Miss., from Catoosa Hospital for 30 days from April 30, 63 by order of surgeon Foster. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, sick, sent to hospital Sept. 18, 63, by order of surgeon. March and April 1864 Absent, sick, sent to hospital April 17, 64 by order of surgeon. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war, Dept. of the Cumberland, captured Franklin, TN Dec. 18, 1864 and forwarded to Louisville, KY March 1, 1865.
Seawright, A. T.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon34May and June 1862 Absent by order of surgeon. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present, detailed as ordnance teamster. March and April 1864 Absent, detailed as ordnance teamster Jan. 2, 1863, by order of Col. Lowrey.
Shepherd, FranklinPvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Present, sick in camp. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at hospital in Okolona sick. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, wounded in the battle of Chickamauga, sent to the hospital Sept. 20, 63, by order of surgeon. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Present. March and April 1864 Present. Buried Sheppard Cem., Prentiss Co.
Shepherd, JessePvt.Cpl.05/01/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Absent, sent home by order of surgeon. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured near Jonesboro, Sept. 2, 1864.
Siddall, S. J.Sgt.Sgt.03/06/1862Lebanon22May and June 1862 Discharged and final statement given.
Sikes, J. O.Pvt.Pvt.    
Simmons, W. L.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon18Born in TN, deceased 15 June 1862, at home on furlough in MS.
Smith, B. F.Pvt.Pvt.05/15/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Present, sick in camp. July and Aug. 1862 Present, sick. May and June 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Wartrace, Tenn. June 25, 1863, by order of Asst. Surgeon, Smith. Slightly wounded at Chickamauga.
Smith, WilliamPvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon35May and June 1862 Absent, sick in hospital July and Aug. 1862 Died in hospital at Tupelo, MS 17 July 1862. Register born in NC.
Stevenson, Andrew R.Pvt.Pvt.03/21/1863Knoxville TN Sept. and Oct. 1863 Present, bounty due. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured near Atlanta, GA July 22, 1864, discharged terms, Camp Chase, July 30, 1864.
Strickland, B. P.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Glasgow in hospital sick. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, captured and in Parole camp in Chattanooga, TN, at home in MS Sept. 1862. Slightly wounded at Chickamauga March and April 1864 Present. 6/10/1826-6/19/1901 Buried Johns Cem. Alcorn Co. MS.
Strickland, George N.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon30May and June 1862 Absent, at home on sick furlough. July and Aug. 1862 Present, sick. Name appears on a register of officers and soldiers of the Army of the Confederacy who were killed in battle or who died of wounds or disease. Born in TN, deceased 26 Sept. 1862, Bardstown, KY.
Sykes, J. O.Pvt.Pvt.05/03/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Present, detailed to work on wagon 30 June. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left in hospital Graysville, GA Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, left in hospital Graysville, GA Aug. 19, 1862. March and April 1864 Reported as deserter, dropped from the roll for long continued absence, April 1864. Name appears as signature to an Oath of amnesty: residence Tishomingo Co. MS, complexion fair, hair dark, eyes dark, height 5'11", age 36.
Tapp, Linn H.Pvt.Cpl.05/01/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 Left at hospital Graysville, GA Name appears on a roll of prisoners of. war captured near Atlanta, GA July 22, 1864, forwarded to Camp Chase, July 30, 1864, discharged. Oath of allegiance: residence Tippah County MS, complexion dark, hair black, eyes grey, height 5'6". Captured Atlanta, GA July 22, 1864. Slightly wounded at Chickamauga.
Taylor, A. J.1st Sgt.2nd Lt.03/06/1862Lebanon48July and Aug. 1862 Present, elected 2nd Lt., Jr., 24 Aug. 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, sent to interior hospital, MS Nov. 28, 62. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Resigned Feb. 4, 1863. Name appears on a list of prisoners, paroled for exchange at Corinth, MS and sent through the lines at Iuka, Dec. 26, 1862. Residence Baldwyn MS, age 49, height 6'2", eyes dark, hair dark, complexion fair, occupation farmer, taken Dec. 14, 1862, released Dec. 27, 1862.
Taylor, T. J.Pvt.Color Cpl.06/17/1862Tupelo May and June 1862 Not stated, transferred from Co. F of 26th Miss. Regt., Vol. 15 June 1862. Paroled at Greensboro, NC May 1, 1865.
Thompson, J. L.Pvt.Pvt.    
Tribble, G. W.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon25July and Aug. 1862 Present, detailed as adjutant to surgeon. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, sent to hospital sick at Atlanta, Dec. 12, 1862. July and Aug. 1863 Promoted to Asst. Surgeon, July 19, 1863.
Turner, J. O.Pvt.Pvt.    
Turner, J. S.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon43Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, furloughed home in MS Nov. 26, 62, by order of Gen. Bragg for 30 days. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Walker, Alexander A.Pvt.Pvt.02/13/1863Tishomingo Co. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Absent, left sick at Missionary Ridge, Nov. 24, 1863, bounty due. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war, Dept. of the Cumberland, captured Nov. 27, 1863 Ringgold, GA, forwarded to Louisville, KY Dec. 9, 63, for exchange.
Walker, L. W.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon27May and June 1862 Present, sick in camp. July and Aug. 1862 Present.
Wallace, BrantleyCpl.Sgt.03/06/1862Lebanon38July and Aug. 1862 Present, promoted 5th Sgt. 24 Aug. 1862. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, wounded in the battle of Chickamauga, sent to hospital Sept. 20 by order of surgeon. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Present. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Present. Wounded in arm at Chickamauga.
Wallace, J. A.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon23Name appears on a register of officers and soldiers of the Confederate States who were killed in battle or who died of wounds or disease. Born in TN, deceased 14 June 1862, at home in MS on furlough.
Wallace, J. N.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon17July and Aug. 1862 Left at hospital, Graysville, GA Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present. March and April 1864 Present.
Wallis, Riley RatcliffPvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon29May and June 1862 Present, sick in camp. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left in hospital Graysville, GA. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, sent to Miss., after recruits, Jan. 23, 1863. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Killed in the battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863.
Walters, C. P.Pvt.Pvt.05/03/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Absent, on pioneer detail Since 22 May 1862.
Watt, Thomas E.Pvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Present, sick in camp. July and Aug. 1862 Died at home near Guntown, MS 24 July. Born in NC.
Watters, C. P.Pvt.Pvt.05/03/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 Transferred to Co. sharpshooters, by order of Gen. Woods June 20, 1862.
Watts, JosiahPvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon18May and June 1862 Present, sick in camp. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Oct. 29, 63, by surgeon. March and April 1864 Present. Slightly wounded at Chickamauga.
White, WalterPvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon26Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present, left at private house near Wartrace, TN Dec. 27. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Killed in the battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863.
Wiley, WilliamPvt.Pvt.02/09/1863Lebanon March and April 1863 Present. July and Aug. 1863 Transferred to Co. G 45th Miss., Regt. Aug. 1, 1863.
Winters, G. T.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Absent, detailed as wagoneer 9 June 1862. March and April 1864 Absent, detailed as Regt. Teamster June 10, 1862, by order of Col. Lowrey.
Winters, W. C.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon26May and June 1862 Present, detailed as wagoneer, 29 June 1862. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Transferred to engineer corps, July 15, 63, by order of Gen. Bragg.
Young, John FrancisSgt.Sgt.03/06/1862Lebanon21May and June 1862 Absent, sick by order of surgeon. July and Aug. 1862 Present, promoted 2nd Sgt. 24 Aug. 1862. March and April 1864 Present. 3/16/1841-6/22/1864 mortally wounded Kennesaw Mt. GA Jan. 21, 1864. Buried Old Bethany Cem., Lee Co.
Young, Samuel ToddPvt.Pvt.11/27/1862Saltillo Jan. and Feb. 1863 Sent to hospital Tullehoma, TN Feb. 63. July and Aug. 1863 Absent, furloughed home in MS from hospital Atlanta, GA for 60 days from Aug. 17, 63, by order of surgeon W.L. Westmoreland. March and April 1864 Present. 12/31/1834-11/30/1864 battle of Franklin TN, buried Old Bethany Cem., Lee Co.
Company C     Tishomingo Rebels
Alexander, W. P.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville20Born in Mississippi. Deceased July 23, 1862 Tupelo, MS.
Barry, J. F.Sgt.Pvt.    
Bell, J. W.Pvt.Pvt.   Detailed as a pioneer and a sharpshooter. Killed in the Battle of Taylors Ridge, Nov. 27, 1863.
Bennett, J. C.Pvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Corinth Left at Sparta in hospital Sept. 7, 1862.
Berry, J. F.Sgt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville30July-Aug 1862 muster, absent without leave. March-April 1863 muster, dropped from the roll Feb. 4, 1863.
Bridges, B/D. H.Pvt.Pvt.09/19/1861Hopkinsville KY  
Burns, John Sut.Jr. 2nd Lt.2nd Lt.03/08/1862Booneville Resigned on the 16th of August 1862. 9/15/1831 - 1/1/1921 buried Rienzi Cemetery, Prentiss County, MS
Caffee, J. E.Pvt.Pvt.11/25/1862Wartrace TN  
Calvary, John C.Pvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Corinth Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war at Nashville, Tenn. captured by forces under Maj. Gen. Thomas commanding Dept. of the Cumberland, and forwarded to Capt. S.E. Jones, Louisville, Ky. Jan. 1, 1865. Captured near Nashville, Dec. 16, 1864. Oath of Allegiance: complexion dark, hair dark, eyes hazel, Height 5'4", age 26. 5/9/1841 - 5/24/1910 buried Sardis Cemetery, Rienzi, Alcorn Co., MS
Coil, A. J.Pvt.Pvt.    
Cooper, Joseph WinstonSgt.Musician03/08/1862Booneville Appointed drummer Aug. 24, 1863, by order of Col. Lowrey. 3/1/1827 - 7/27/1884 buried Greenwood Cemetery, Jackson, Hinds Co. MS
Cottener, W. C.Pvt.Pvt.04/19/1862Corinth Nov. and Dec. 1862 muster: AWOL. Transferred to Capt. Samples Battery, Nov. 1, 1863, by order of Gen. Bragg.
Cotton, WilliamPvt.Pvt.04/21/1862Corinth  
Cox, William F.Pvt.Pvt.05/10/1862Corinth Born 1842 in SC. Died of disease June 11, 1862 near Booneville, MS.
Coyle, A. J.Pvt.Pvt.04/08/1861Madison AR Transferred from Co. D 13th Ark. Regt. of Vol. 1 March 64. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Coyle, A. J.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville  
Crow, Martin V.Pvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Corinth Born Fayette Co. AL. Died of disease Ringgold, Ga., May 6, 1863.
Cunningham, Mareth L. D.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville36Captured 11/27/1863 at Ringgold Gap. Died 12/13/1863 of dysentery in prison hospital Nashville TN. Buried Nashville Cemetery.
Dalton, S. A.Pvt.Color Cpl.03/08/1862Booneville22July and Aug. 1862 Color Guard. Was from the 26th MS and transferred back.[2]
Dalton, SolomonPvt.Sgt.03/08/1863Booneville  
Dandridge, R. A.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville28Born in TN. Died at home in Tishomingo Co. MS of disease Jan. 24, 1863.
Dandridge, R. S.Pvt.Pvt.    
Davis, D. W.Pvt.1st Sgt.    
Davis, W. D.Pvt.1st Sgt.05/13/1862Corinth  
Echols, J. H.Pvt.Jr. 2nd Lt.03/08/1862Booneville26 
English, James M.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville19Captured near Nashville, Dec. 16, 1864. Discharged from Camp Chase, Jan. 4, 1865. Oath of Allegiance: complexion fair, hair brown, eyes blue, height 5'9".
Fields, Stephen G.Cpl.Sgt.03/08/1862Booneville25Name appears on a roll of prisoners captured at Nashville, Dec. 16, 1864.
Gardner, Sterling C.Pvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Corinth Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured Atlanta, Ga. July 22, 1864. Oath of Allegiance: residence Columbus MS, complexion dark, hair dark, eyes hazel, height 5'9".
Gautry, William A.Pvt.Pvt.    
Gentry, G. W.Pvt.Pvt.   Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war.
Gentry, S. E.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville40July and Aug. 1862 AWOL. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Dropped from the roll.
Gentry, S. G.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville20Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war.
Gentry, W. A.Pvt.Pvt.05/13/1862Corinth Captured Franklin, Tenn., Dec. 18, 1864, forwarded to Louisville, Jan. 31, 1865. Oath of Allegiance: residence Tishomingo Co. MS, complexion dark, hair dark, eyes dark, height 6'1", age 25.
Gentry, William A.Pvt.Pvt.    
Grisham, EllisPvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Corinth 1844 - 1920 buried Prentiss Co. MS?
Grisham, H. W.Pvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Corinth 1832 - 3/18/1884 buried Osborne Cemetery, Baldwyn, Prentiss Co. MS
Grisham, Isaac C.Pvt.Pvt.05/01/1862  1836 - 1917 buried Osborne Cemetery, Baldwyn, Prentiss Co. MS
Gullett, W. T.Pvt.Pvt.02/16/1863Blackland Discharged from service April 23, 1864 on account of illness.
Haiston, J. F.Pvt.Pvt.    
Hamilton, ThomasPvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville26Absent, left at Carthage, TN hospital Sept. 12, probably dead. Born in Alabama--deceased 15 Oct. 1862, Rollingsville, Ky.
Harcett, A. H. Sgt.   Died 12/10/1864 buried Oak Hill Cemetery Newman, Georgia [1]
Hargett, A/W. H.Cpl.Cpl.03/08/1862Booneville33Sept. and Oct. 1863 Wounded at Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863, in hospital Atlanta, GA. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Died Jan. 11, 1864 of wounds received in the Battle of Chickamauga.
Haston, J. F.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville18Nov. and Dec. 1862 Left at Perryville, KY wounded Oct. 9, 62. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Left at Perryville, KY wounded, supposed to be dead. Dropped from roll Nov. 19, 1863. Name appears on a list of Confederate prisoners who have died in Gen. Hospital, Dept. of OH taken prisoner Chaplin Hills, KY. Date of death Jan. 10, 1863, place of death Gen. Hospital Harrodsburg, KY.
Higgenbothem, James R.Pvt.Pvt.07/23/1863Tyners Station TN Prisoner of war, captured Madison Co. AL.Oath of Allegiance: residence, Madison Co. AL, complexion dark, hair dark, eyes dark, height 5'8".
Higgenbothem, Robert O.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville23May and June 1862 Absent, sent home from Corinth, sick. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Left at Chattanooga sick, Nov. 5, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Left in hospital at Chattanooga, Nov. 5, 1862, supposed to be dead. Dropped from the roll Nov. 15, 1863.
Himbrey, J. N.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Corinth21July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Graysville in hospital Aug. 28, 1862.
Holland, ThomasPvt.Pvt.03/01/1864Aberdeen  
Hopgood, HarrisPvt.Pvt.   Admitted to hospital, Marietta, GA Aug. 4, 1864.
Hoston, J. T.Pvt.Pvt.    
Howard, Thaddeus M.Pvt.Pvt.    
Hughes, Frank M.1st Lt.1st Lt.03/08/1862Booneville37Resigned July 10, 1862 due to health. Later was a Capt. in Cavalry.
Hurst, S. K.Pvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Corinth Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, sent to Winchester, sick Nov. 22, 62. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Died at Winchester, TN of disease Jan. 27, 1863. Born in Tennessee. Buried in Winchester City Cemetery.
Johnson, ThomasPvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Died at Lauderdale Springs, June 21, 1862 of disease buried Confederate Cemetery, Lauderdale Springs, MS.
Jones, F. M.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville18May and June 1862 Absent, sent home from Corinth, sick.
Jones, John B.Pvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 AWOL. May and June 1863 Absent, detailed as wagoneer in Buckner's Wagon Train June 20, 1863, order of Gen. Cleburn. July and Aug. 1863 Absent, detailed as a teamster in Gen. Breckenridge's Division, June 20, 1863, order of Gen. Cleburn.
Jones, PleasantPvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville27July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Marietta., GA in hospital Aug. 15, 1862. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, wounded at Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863. In hospital, Marietta, GA. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, furloughed to MS 26 days Feb. 15, 1864. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war.
Jones, W. A.Pvt.Pvt.05/01/1862  Died at home June 8, 1862, died of disease. Born in AL.
Jowers, G. A.Pvt.Pvt.03/10/1862Corinth26May and June 1862 Gives enlistment date of April 13, 1862. Was from the 26th MS and transferred back.[2]
Jowers, W. S.Pvt.Pvt.03/18/1862 21May and June 1862 Gives enlistment date of April 13, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 AWOL since Nov. 8, 1862. Was from the 26th MS and transferred back.
Kennedy, F. E.Pvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 AWOL. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, sick at home in Tishomingo Co., MS since May 27, 1862, not able to return. March and April 1863 Present. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Died of disease in hospital, Griffin, GA Nov. 26, 1863, grave marked, died of Typhoid Fever.
Kesler, W. H.  05/01/1862  Died at Corinth, May 10, 1862.
Kitchens, J. F.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville22 
Koon, George A.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville26Name appears on a report of prisoners of war who died in U.S. Gen. Hospital, Nashville, TN from Feb. 1 to 25 1865. Captured Franklin, TN Dec. 18, 1864. Died Feb. 6, 1865, number of grave 11910, City cemetery.
Koon, J. C.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville23 
Koon, R. H.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville26July and Aug. 1862 Died Aug. 4, 1862, Chickamauga, TN. Born in NC.
Lauderdale, J. H.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville22 
Lauderdale, J. W.Pvt.Pvt.05/1862  Born in AL. Died at Estelle Springs, Tenn., Nov. 12, 1862. Buried in Winchester City Cemetery.
Mauldin, A. J.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville20 
McHulton, H. G.Pvt.Pvt.   Captured Nov. 28, __ shipped Nov. 29, __.
Michaels, G. W.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville33Nov. and Dec. 1862 Sent to Winchester, sick Dec. 27, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present. March and April 1863 In hospital Dalton, Ga., since March 27, 63. May and June 1863 Sent to hospital Atlanta, Ga. July 1, 1863 by order of surgeon Smith. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Present. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Furloughed to MS 26 days Feb. 9, 1864. March and April 1864 Present.
Milam, JeffersonPvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville42Died at Tupelo, June 25, 1862. Born in TN.
Milam, WilliamPvt.Pvt.04/13/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Sent home from Corinth, sick. July and Aug. 1862 Left at Graysville in hospital, Aug. 28, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Killed in action Sept. 19, 1863 Chickamauga, GA.
Mitchell, G. W.Pvt.Pvt.    
Mitchell, J. F.Pvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Bounty, $50.00 and Commutation $25.00 due. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured at Citronella, AL. Paroled at Meridian, MS May 9, 1865.
Mitchell, W. H.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville22Captured.
Moore, A. B.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville28May and June 1862 Sent home from Corinth, sick. July and Aug. 1862 Present. Register--born in Alabama, deceased Oct. 8, 1862, killed in the Battle of Perryville, KY.
Moore, S. W.Pvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 Left at Tupelo, Miss., sick in hospital July 27, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present. May and June 1863 Detailed as provost guard, May 17, 63, by order of Gen. Cleburn, 9 cartridges lost. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Furloughed to MS Nov. 19, AWOL since Dec. 26, 1863. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Dropped from the roll on account of long absence Jan. 12, 64 March and April 1864 Joined from desertion the 17th day of April 1864, being absent 5 month now in arrest waiting trial.
Moore, W. B.Sgt.Sgt.03/08/1862Booneville32Nov. and Dec. 1862 Died of disease at Winchester, TN Dec. 5, 1862. Register--born in TN, No. of certificate M 346. Marker in Winchester City Cemetery, TN reads "Sgt. W.B. Moore Co. C 1830/1862."
Muse, J. C/D.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville42May and June 1862 Sent from Corinth, sick. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present. March and April 1863 Discharged April 2, 63 on promotion 2nd Lt. in Cavalry.
Nicholson, Hansford G.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.18May and June 1862 Transferred to Co. C 1 June 1862. May and June 1862 Absent, at home sick, transferred from Co. A this Regt. May 13, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Left at Perryville, wounded Oct. 9, 1862. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war at Military Prison, Alton, IL. Paroled and sent to City Point, VA for exchange, by order of war Dept. April 1, 1863, roll dated Military Prison, Alton, IL April 1, 1863, captured Perryville, KY Oct. 11, 1862, exchanged April 11, 1863. March 1863 - April 1864 Present.
Patton, H. N.Pvt.Color Sgt.04/10/1862Booneville26May and June 1862 Present, color sgt. May 1, 1862. July and Aug. 1862 Present, color sgt. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, furloughed to Miss. 26 days Feb. 9, 1864. March and April 1864 Present. Ensign, killed in the battle of Atlanta.
Phillips, M/W. V.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville25May and June 1862 Detailed as nurse in hospital July and Aug. 1862 Present. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, left at Chattanooga, sick Nov. 6, 62. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Present, detailed as shoemaker for Regt. Dec. 23 by order of Col. Hardcastle. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, furloughed to MS 26 days Feb. 15, 1864. March and April 1864 Present. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Plaxico, G. W.Sgt.Sgt.03/08/1862Booneville27Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, sent to Winchester, sick Dec. 27, 62. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Powell, DocPvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville18Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Powell, H.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville19May and June 1862 In the hospital. July and Aug. 1862 Died 3 July 62 at Tupelo, MS of disease. Born in GA.
Powell, William M.Pvt.Pvt.03/01/1864Decater GA Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Powell, XenophenPvt.     
Price, David S.Pvt.Pvt.    
Price, P. S.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville18Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, left at Perryville wounded Oct. 9, 1862. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war taken Perryville, KY sent to Vicksburg, via Cairo Dec. 5, 1862. March and April 1863 Absent, left at Perryville, KY Oct. 9, 1862, at home in MS unable for duty. May and June 1863 Transferred to Roddy's Cavalry by order of Gen. Bragg, May 26, 1863.
Price, S. F.Pvt.Pvt.    
Pritchard, D. L.Pvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Present, commutation due $25.00. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Graysville, in hospital Aug. 28, 1862. Name appears on a report of soldiers who have died In the 3rd GA hospital at Augusta, GA July 20, 1864, to Sept. 14, 1864. Date of death Aug. 29, 1864, Typhoid Fever.
Pritchard, G. A.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville20Present May 1862 - April 1864.
Puckett, Samuel A.Pvt.Pvt.05/10/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Present, commutation due $25.00. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Graysville in hospital Aug. 28, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, left at Chattanooga sick Aug. 27, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 AWOL since Feb. 11, 1863. March and Apri 1 1863 Present. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Oct. 10, 1863. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Present.
Queen, WillisPvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville19July and Aug. 1862 Detailed as sharpshooter by order, dropped from the roll by order of Gen. Wood. March and April 1864 Present. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Ramsey, W. D.Pvt.Pvt.05/10/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Sent home from Corinth, sick. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL. Nov. and Dec. 1862 AWOL since May 27. Jan. and Feb. 1863 AWOL since Feb. 4, 1863. March and April 1863 Dropped from the roll Feb. 4, 1863.
Ratliff, B. P.Pvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Present, commutation due, $25.00. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Killed in action Sept. 20, 1863, Chickamauga, GA.
Richards, J. S.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville28May and June 1862 Detailed as teamster Hardee's headquarters. March and April 1864 Absent, detailed as teamster June 6, 1862, for Gen. Hardee's Hdqs., now with Major Ewing.
Rickman, MonroePvt.Pvt.03/01/1864Aberdeen March and April 1864 Absent, sent to hospital by order of surgeon March 28, 1864.
Rickman, S. A.Cpl.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville35Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, sent to hospital sick Sept. 22, 1862, reduced to ranks Nov. 15. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, AWOL Oct. 19, 1862. March and April 1863 Absent, at home sick since Oct. 15, 1862. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Present, 2 months Commutation due previous to Oct. 8, 62, $4.16. March and April 1864 Absent, detailed as teamster with Army supply train by order of Gen. Johnston, April 16, 1864. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war, roll dated Meridian, MS May 12, 1865. Applied for pension from McNairy Co. TN.
Russell, Jesse R.Pvt.Pvt.   Name appears as signature to an oath of allegiance: residence Pike Co. MS, complexion dark, hair dark, eyes grey, height 5'8". Remarks Dec. 5, 64. Died 6/18/1887, buried Russell Cem. Natchitoches Parish LA.
Simmons, HenryPvt.Pvt.    
Simmons, John W.Pvt.Pvt.   Name appears on a roll of deserters from the Rebel Army received Dec. 6, 1864. Name appears as signature to an Oath of allegiance: residence Pike Co. MS, complexion dark, hair dark, eyes hazel, height 5'8". Remarks Dec. 5, 64. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war date Dec. 5, 1864, captured Nashville.
Smithers, George W.Pvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Present, commutation due $25.00. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present, detailed as wagoneer Oct. 13, 1862.
Spain, AaronPvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville25May and June 1862 Present, in regimental hospital sick. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Graysville in hospital Aug. 28, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, detailed as cook for Tullehoma hospital Feb. 26. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital LaGrange, GA Oct. 15, 63 by order of surgeon.
Spain, AlexanderPvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Corinth Wounded by accident at Missionary Ridge, sent to hospital Oct. 1, 1863. Still in hospital at the Mar.and April 1864 muster. Paroled at Greensboro, N C. May 1, 1865.
Spain, H. W.Pvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Present, commutation due $25.00. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, furloughed to Miss. 26 days Feb. 15, 1864. March and April 1864 Absent, furloughed to Miss. for 40 days, since returned 5, March 1864. Paroled at Greensboro, NC May 1, 1865.
Spain, JamesPvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville25May and June 1862 Absent, wounded and left on the battlefield May 27, 1862. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, wounded at Corinth, left on the field, in the hands of the enemy, April 27. Killed at College Hill, MS.
Stephens, Joel M.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Booneville19May and June 1862 Absent, sent home from Corinth sick. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Graysville, in hospital Aug. 28, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Jan. 20, 1863. March and Apri1 1863 Sent to hospital Ringgold, GA March 28, 1863. May and June 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Ringgold, GA June 20, 63, by order of Surgeon, Cross. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war received July 30, 1864, captured near Atlanta, GA July 22, 1864. Oath of allegiance: residence Tishomingo Co. MS, complexion light, hair light, eyes blue, height 5'4".
Stevens, Joel MarionPvt.Pvt.   Enlisted 8 Mar 1862 age 19
Stevenson, Samuel H.Pvt.Color Cpl.05/01/1862 18May and June 1862 At hospital sick. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, detailed as cannoneer with Sample's battery Sept. 1. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Present, appointed color Cpl. Oct. 1, 63, for gallant conduct on the field at Chickamauga. Roll of Honor battle of Chickamauga, GA Born 1844 in MS, died 1929. Buried Duncan City Cem. Stephens Co. OK.
Stewart, J. W.Pvt.Cpl.05/01/1862  May and June 1862 Present, commutation due $25.00. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Graysville, in hospital Aug. 28, 1862. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Present, appointed 4th Cpl. Oct. 1, 1863. March and April 1864 Present.
Swinney, James W.Capt.Capt.03/08/1862Booneville July and Aug. 1863 Absent, ordered to report to Gen. Pillow, as supervisory Aug. 14, 1863. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Present. March and April 1864 Present.
Swinney, Thomas1st Sgt.Sgt.03/08/1862Booneville23Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present, reduced to 4th Sgt. from 1st Sgt. Feb. 1, 1863. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, on furlough 25 days since Feb. 13, 1864. March and April 1864 Present.
Thomas, J. L.Pvt.Pvt.    
Thomas, J. W.Pvt.Pvt.05/10/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Present, sick at regiment hospital, commutation due, $25. July and Aug. 1862 Died Aug. 1, 1862 at home near Tupelo, MS.
Thomas, James R.Pvt.Pvt.05/10/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Transferred to Co. A May 1, 1862. May and June 1862 Absent, transferred from Co. C 1 June 1862, absent on sick furlough from surgeon 14, June 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present, sick in tent. July and Aug. 1863 Present, sick in camp. March and April 1864 Present.
Thomas, W. L.Pvt.Pvt.05/10/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Present, commutation due, $25.00. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Tupelo in hospital July 27, 62. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, left at Tupelo, sick July 27, 62. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, absent sick at home Tishomingo, MS since July 27. March and April 1863 Absent, at home sick in MS since July 27, 62. May and June 1863 Absent, at home sick since July 27, 62, by order of surgeon, Stevenson. July and Aug. 1863 Absent, at home sick since July 23, 62, by order of Dr. Stevenson, surgeon. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, at home sick since July 25, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Dropped from the roll on account of long absence Dec. 28, 63 deserted. March and April 1864 Present, joined from desertion 17 April 1864, now awaiting trial. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Turner, John Henry P.Cpl.Pvt.    
Walker, D. A.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Corinth21 
Walker, E. A.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Corinth26 
Wallace, Edward F.Pvt.Cpl.03/05/1862Corinth18May and June 1862 Absent, sent home sick from Corinth. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war, Dept. of the Cumberland, captured near Eastport, Miss., Feb. 13, 1865, forwarded to Louisville, KY March 7, 1865.
Wallace, Robert H.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Corinth21May and June 1862 Absent, sent home sick from Corinth. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, sent to Winchester sick Nov. 22, 62. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, wounded at Missionary Ridge, Oct. 25, 63 sent to hospital. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Absent, furloughed from hospital Oct., being wounded, AWOL since Dec. 20. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Dropped from the roll on account of long absence, from Jan. 12, 1864. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war Dept. of the Cumberland, captured near Eastport, MS Feb. 15, 1865, forwarded to Louisville, KY March 7, 1865. Died 9 Apr. 1865 bur. Camp Chase OH.
Weaver, M. A.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Corinth20May and June 1862 Present. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Graysville, sick 27 Aug. Nov. and Dec. 1862 AWOL 28 Aug. 62. Was from the 26, transferred back 10 Jan. 1863.
Wheeler, PeterPvt.Pvt.05/10/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Detailed as nurse, regimental hospital, June 15, 62, commutation due $25.00. March and April 1864 Present.
White, JamesPvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Corinth30May and June 1862 Deserted.
White, S. C.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Corinth Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Wildman, Benjamin J.Cpl.Sgt.03/08/1862Booneville July and Aug. 1862 Present, appointed Sgt. 30 Aug. 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, left near Perryville, at hospital Oct. 9, 1862, reduced to ranks Nov. 15. Jan. and Feb. 1863 AWOL since Feb. 4. March and April 1863 Died of disease Tullehoma, TN April 24, 63. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war taken Perryville, KY Oct. 9, 1862 sent to Camp Butler, March 11, 1863. Died Jan. 16, 1863.
Wildman, L. G.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Corinth39May and June 1862 Absent, sent home sick from Corinth. July and Aug. 1862 Present. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, left at Perryville, wounded Oct. 9 Name appears on a list of Confederate soldiers who have died in the Dist.of Central KY, list dated Lexington, KY, April 2, 1863, captured Chaplin Hills, KY, cause of death, wounded knee, amputated, date of death Nov. 23, 1862, place of death, hospital, Perryville, KY.
Williams, B. J.Cpl.Sgt.    
Worthy, William C.Pvt.Pvt.    
Yates, J. B.2nd Lt.1st Lt.03/08/1862Booneville22July and Aug. 1862 Present, promoted to 1st Lt. 10 July 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present, detailed as ordnance officer Feb. 20, 1863. Nov. and Dec. 1863 On furlough Dec. 27, 63 returned Jan. 16. Name appears on a register of officers and soldiers of the Army of the Confederate States who were killed in battle or who died of wounds or disease, deceased July 25, 1864, Forsythe, GA, amount of money left $27.80. Buried Confederate Cem., Forsyth, GA.
Yates, J. R.Pvt.Cpl.03/08/1862Corinth18July and Aug. 1862 Present, appointed 4th Cpl. 30 Aug. 1862. March and April 1864 Present.
Young, IsaacPvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Absent, furloughed on account of wounds received at Ft. Donelson. July and Aug. 1862 Present. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present, in arrest. Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Young, J. T.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 Absent, sick near Graysville, since 20 Aug. Jan. and Feb. 1863 10 Jan. 63, transferred to the 26th Miss. Regt., it being the Regt. to which he belonged previous to its capture at Donelson.[2] Name appears on a register of officers and soldiers of the Army of the Confederate States who were killed in battle or who died of wounds or disease, no. of certificate 6084 2MR, amount of money left $13.20.
Company D      Lowery Guards
Allen, George D.Pvt.Pvt.   Born North Carolina, deceased Nov. 25, 1862 Estelle Springs, TN. Buried in Winchester City Cemetery.
Allen, J. M.Pvt.Pvt.05/02/1862Corinth  
Allen, JosephPvt.Pvt.   Born 1842 in North Carolina, deceased Nov. 30, 1862 Winchester, TN. Buried Winchester City Cemetery.
Allen, Thomas NewtonPvt.Pvt.05/02/1862Corinth 11/3/1843-5/3/1867 of wounds. Buried Wheeler Grave Yard, Kossuth, MS
Bailey, Brackston B.Pvt.Pvt.04/29/1862Corinth Sent to hospital at Chickamauga, Nov. 23, 1863 by order of surgeon.
Bailey, Eli     b. Franklin, TN[1]
Barnes, JamesPvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth21Captured Nov. 26, 1863, Missionary Ridge, Tenn. forwarded to Louisville, Ky. Dec. 9, 1863 for exchange. Place of residence, Tishomingo County, Mississippi. Complexion light, hair brown, eyes hazel, height 5'8".
Barnes, William M.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth189/21/1836 - 3/13/1926, buried Mt. Vernon Cemetery, Laurel, Jones Co., MS.
Barnett/Bartlett, Z. M.Pvt.Pvt.04/10/1862Corinth31Born 1830 Georgia. Deceased Dec. 2, 1862 Winchester, Tennessee. Marker in Winchester City Cemetery reads "Pvt. Z.M. Bartlett Co. D 1830/1862."
Basden, James EdwardPvt.Pvt.   5/22/1837 - 4/6/1917, buried Zion Cemetery, Union County. Served in Co. B & D
Blake, R. S.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth29Roll of deserters from the Rebel army forwarded from Chattanooga, Tenn. to be released at Louisville, Ky. by Provost Marshall, Dept. of the Cumberland, roll dated Nashville, Tenn. Sept. 17, 1863, come into our lines near Chattanooga, Sept. 11, 1863 Paroled Stevenson, Ala. Sept. 12, 1863.
Bomar, David S.Pvt.Pvt.04/22/1862Corinth Promoted as Sgt. Major Aug. 8, 1862. 3/12/1834 - 9/21/1884 buried Wesson Cemetery, Copiah Co. MS
Boyd, Alfred W.Pvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Corinth Born in Mississippi, deceased July 29, 1862 Tupelo, Mississippi.
Boyd, George L.Pvt.2nd Lt.04/13/1862Corinth May-June 1863 muster, promoted from 2nd Sgt. to 2nd Lt. June 4, 1863, entitled to pay as Sgt. from 1 May to 4 June 63. 2/14/1841 - 11/16/1896 buried New Hope, Biggersville, Alcorn Co. MS
Boyd, George FultonPvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth23May-June 1862 muster, detailed as wagon master. Transferred by order of Gen. Bragg, April 20, 1863 to 45th N.C. Regt.
Boyd, J. D.Pvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Corinth Discharged near Tullehoma, Tenn, Jan. 28, 1863. Wounded in the Battle of Taylors Ridge Nov. 27, 1863, died Dec. 4, 1863.
Brasden, James EdwardPvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon24Captured near Jonesboro, Ga. Sept. 2, 1864. 1837-1917, bur. Old Zion Hill Cem., Union Co., MS
Briggs, J. L.Pvt.Pvt.05/01/1862Corinth Detailed as a pioneer Aug. 27, 1862.
Brown, Henry     paroled at Vicksburg [1]
Buford, J. H.1st Lt.1st Lt.03/13/1862Kossuth27Resigned May 25, 1863.
Burgess, W. P.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth21Detailed as a cannoner, Capt. Samples Battery, Sept. 18, 62, order of Gen. Wood.
Butt, J. W.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth Deserted May 27, 1862.
Carter, George W.Pvt.Pvt.04/29/1862Corinth Wounded in the battle of Chickamauga Sept. 20, 63, sent to hospital and furloughed to Miss. Oct. 21, for 30 days. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Deserted in consequence of long absence, dropped from the roll Nov. 22, 1863.
Carter, J. P.Pvt.Pvt.02/13/1863Tishomingo Co. Killed in the battle of Chickamauga, Tenn. Sept. 20, 1863.
Carter, James J.Pvt.Pvt.    
Clemmons, J. HenryPvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth33Transferred on order of Gen. Lowrey, March 27, 1864.
Clemmons, Payton C.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth22Detached May 21, 1862 as a pioneer. Name appears on a list of prisoners forwarded from Camp Davis, MS to Corinth, MS June 1, 1863. Captured near Kossuth, MS May 31, 1863. Captured May 28, Kossuth, by Lieut. Davis. Age 24, height 5'8", eyes blue, hair auburn, complexion fair, occupation farmer, residence Tishomingo Co. MS.
Clemmons, PeterPvt.Pvt.    
Conn, Henry M.Pvt.Pvt.05/02/1862Corinth Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865. Buried Wheeler Grave Yard, Kossuth, MS.
Conn, Jackson M.Pvt.Color Cpl.03/13/1862Kossuth21July and Aug. 1862 muster: AWOL in MS.
Conn, M. A.     b. Franklin, TN
Criner, Joe H.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth21Deserted at Missionary Ridge, Oct. 11, 63. Name appears on prisoner of war record Dept. of the Cumberland, captured Oct. 12, 1863, Stevenson, AL. Forwarded to Louisville, KY Nov. 4, 1863. Oath of Allegiance: residence Tishomingo Co. MS, complexion fair, hair brown, eyes blue, height 5'11".
Davis, William JackPvt.Cpl.03/06/1862Lebanon18Slightly wounded at Chickamauga. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured near Jonesboro, GA Sept. 1, 64.
Deloach, L. R.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth19Captured Chaplin Hill, Oct. 8, 1862, died Gen. Hospital Danville, KY 14 Oct. 1862 bur. Danville National Cem., Danville, KY
Dillworth, D. F.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth Jan. and Feb. 1864 AWOL. Name appears on a roll of prisoners captured at Harrodsburg, Ky., Oct. 11, 1863.
Dilsworth, John A.Pvt.Sgt. Maj.03/13/1862Kossuth17May and June 1862 Captured in skirmish May 26, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 AWOL since June 25, 1863. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Promoted to Sgt. Major Oct. 1, 1863 by order of Col. Lowrey. Staff Muster Roll, Jan. and Feb. 1864--Absent wounded since Nov. 25, 1863. Received a pension in Amite, Tangipahoa Parish, LA.
Dilworth, Benjaman F.Jr. 2nd Lt.2nd Lt.    
Dougherty, James M.Pvt.Pvt.   Captured Pulaski, Tenn., Dec. 25, 1864, forwarded to Louisville, Ky. Dec. 14, 65.
Edge, W. W.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth25Stoppage of wages by sentence of Court Martial for 15 days from April 7, 1864. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865. 9/11/1836 - 6/30/1907 buried Danville Cemetery, Biggerville, Alcorn Co., MS
Epps, Francis WoodlyPvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth39Name appears on a register of prisoners of war taken at Perryville, KY. Shipped to Cairo Nov. 18, 1862. Deserted at Missionary Ridge Nov. 4, 1863. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured at Missionary Ridge, Nov. 25, 1863, Rock Island, Dec. 9, 1863.
Estes, L. B.Cpl.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth33March and April 1863 Captured at Harrodsburg, KY Oct. 11, 1862. AWOL since Jan. 25, 1863. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Deserted in consequence of long absence.
Fitzgerald, O. DowPvt.Chap.03/13/1862Kossuth50Applied and assigned Chaplin April 7, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Resigned, accepted by the war dept. Jan. 13, 1864. 2/22/1812 - 12/28/1882 buried Rienzi Cemetery Alcorn Co. MS.
Franklin, JohnPvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth43July and Aug. 1862 Discharged and final statement given July 24, 1862. Name appears on a list of prisoners sent to Alton, Ill., March 10, 1863. Captured Tippah Co., Miss. Feb. 10, 1863, prisoner of war for exchange.
Gamble, A. J.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth16b. Franklin, TN
Gwynn, John W.Pvt.Pvt.05/12/1862Corinth Was in 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Gwynn, William H. H.Pvt.Pvt.05/12/1862Corinth  
Hale, William B.Pvt.Pvt.04/24/1862Corinth Name appears on a register of prisoners of war captured Ringgold, GA Nov. 23, 63. Died 8 Sept 1864 buried Rock Island, IL.
Hall, Andrew JacksonPvt.2nd Lt.04/01/1862Corinth23Transferred to Co. G Oct. 1, 1863 by promotion being elected 2nd Lt. 1839 - 1917 buried Adams Co. MS?
Halliway, J. H.Pvt.Pvt.    
Hancock, J. N/W.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth20July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Deserted in consequence of long absence and dropped from the roll Dec 11, 1863.
Harrison, K. M.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth23May and June 1862 Absent, sick in regiment hospital. July and Aug. 1862 Discharged and final statement given July 8, 1862.
Hill, John H.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth30Born in Tennessee, deceased July 23, 1862, Okolona, MS.
Hinton, R. C.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth17May and June 1862 Absent, left Corinth sick. Never heard from since. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. March and April 1864 Present, stoppage of wages by sentence of court martial for 5 days from April 5, 64. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Holloway, James NewtonPvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth29July and Aug. 1862 Present, detailed as wagoner. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Deserted at Graysville, Ga., Nov. 26, 1863. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war dept. of the Cumberland, captured Nov. 27, 1863 Ringgold, Ga., point forwarded to Louisville, Ky. Dec. 9, 1863 for exchange. Oath of Allegiance: residence Boneyard, Tishomingo Co., MS, complexion fair, hair black, eyes grey, height 5'9".
Hughes, James W.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth27 
Jones, W. T.Pvt.Cpl.03/06/1862Lebanon May and June 1862 Absent, sick by order of surgeon. July and Aug. 1862 Left at hospital, Sparta, TN sick. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured near Jonesboro, GA Sept. 1, 64.
Kerr, Carson R.Pvt.Pvt.05/12/1862Corinth Discharged and final statement given July 8, 1862.
King, L. V.Pvt.Pvt.    
King, Miles M.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth23July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left sick at Graysville, GA Aug. 19, 1862. March and April 1863 Died Feb. 21, 1863 in hospital in Dalton, GA. Amount of money left, $14.25. Born in Lincoln Co. Tennessee in 1838.
King, Martin Van BurenPvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth18July and Aug. 1862 Left sick at Graysville, GA Aug. 19. Born 1844 in Lincoln County TN.
Layton, J. M.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth22There was a Jerry and a John in Co. D. Killed in the battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863.
Layton, J. W.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth27There was a Jerry and a John in Co. D. Left wounded in hospital Harrodsburg, KY Oct. 9, 1862. March and April 1863 Absent, captured at Harrodsburg, KY Oct. 11, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Deserted in consequence of long absence, dropped from the roll Nov. 13, 1863.
Leatherwood, James W.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862 22 
Lewis, Samuel J.Sgt.Ord. Sgt.03/13/1862Kossuth27Absent, detached May 15, 1862, as ordnance Sgt. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Liddon, James O.Pvt.Cpl.03/13/1862Kossuth17July and Aug. 1862 Left sick at Okolona, MS July 27. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present. May and June 1863 Promoted from Pvt. to 1st Cpl. June 5, 1863. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war captured near Atlanta, GA July 22, 1864. Discharged Camp Chase July 30, 1864. Oath of Allegiance: residence Corinth, MS, hair dark, eyes hazel, height 5'9".
Looney, John W.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth "Babe", Roll of Honor battle of Chickamauga, GA, killed in action Sept. 20, 1863.
Madden, Joshua L.2nd Lt.Capt.03/13/1862Kossuth31Name appears on a register of prisoners of war captured at Harrodsburg, KY. Sent to Vicksburg via Cairo, Nov. 29, 1862. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war Dept of the Cumberland. Captured Franklin, Tenn., Dec. 17, 1864.
Malone, G. K.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth32July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left sick at Okolona, July 27. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Deserted in consequence of long absence.
Malone, J. R.Pvt.Pvt.05/15/1862Corinth  
Maricle, William Marion     15 May 1842 18 Jan 1926 Alcorn Co. enlisted 1 Aug 1864 [1]
Martin, William C.Pvt.Pvt.05/13/1862Kossuth Discharged and final statement given Aug. 24, 1862.
Mayes, J. E.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth19July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left sick at Graysville, GA Aug. 19. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Sent to hospital Tullehoma, sick by order of regimental surgeon, Feb. 11, 1863. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Sent-to hospital Tunnel Hill, GA Dec. 21, by order of surgeon. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Present.
Mays, Thomas D.Pvt.Pvt.05/19/1862Corinth27May and June 1862 Bounty due, received as recruit since last muster. July and Aug. 1862 Died at Okolona, Aug. 15, 1862. Born in Mississippi. Buried in Confederate Cemetery, Okolona, MS.
McDonald, William M.Pvt.Pvt.   Roll of prisoners captured Marietta, GA July 3, 1864, discharged Camp Douglas, IL May 17, 1865.
McDougal, H. H.Sgt.Pvt.   List of prisoners of war shipped to Lexington, KY to Louisville, KY not dated arrested Nov. 29, --. Shipped Nov. 29, _.
McDougal, William HollandCpl.Act. Asst. Surg.03/13/1862Kossuth20May and June 1862 Sick in Regimental Hospital. Captured Harrodsburg, KY Oct. 11, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Detailed as hospital druggist, Jan. 1, 1863. May and June 1863 Promoted to hospital steward May 16, 1863, by order of Secretary of War. March and April 1864 Bounty paid $42.00. Captured Franklin, TN Dec. 18, 1864. 10/5/1841-9/21/1889 bur. New Hope Presbyterian Cem., Alcorn Co., MS.
McElhannon, John S.Pvt.Pvt.04/25/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Left Corinth, sick never heard from since. July and Aug. 1862 Present. Captured Franklin, TN Dec. 18, 1864. No. 1 U.S.A. Gen. Hospital, Nashville, TN, Circular Flap Amputation, lower third right forearm. (Rev.) b. Wheeler Grave Yard, Kossuth, MS.
McGee, Samuel M.Pvt.Cpl.11/27/1862Saltillo March and April 1864 Furloughed home 30 days April 23, 64, now at his home sick. Captured Jonesboro, Ga. Sept. 1, 1864. Paroled Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865. 12/15/1844-7/10/1934 buried Baldwyn (Old Masonic) Cem. Prentiss Co. MS.
McLeran, J. L.1st Sgt.1st Sgt.03/13/1862Kossuth31May and June 1862 Sick in hospital at Lauderdale Springs. Paroled Greensboro, NC May 1, 1865.
Meeks, L. C.Cpl.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth24May and June 1862 Absent sick, furloughed indefinately. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Dropped from the roll Feb. 7, 63, in consequence of long absence.
Melvin, JamesPvt.Pvt.05/05/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Commutation due, received as recruit since last muster. Nov. and Dec. 1863 through Mar-Apr. 1864 Detailed sharpshooter Dec. 29, 63, by order of Gen. Cleburn. Captured.
Montgmery, D. GypPvt.Cpl.03/13/1862Kossuth32May and June 1862 Bounty and Commutation due. Register--born in AL, deceased 17, Oct. 1862, Perryville, KY. No. of Certificate M 350.
Morrison, W. K.Pvt.Pvt.04/16/1862Corinth43May and June 1862 Detached April 5, 62, as brigade wagoneer. May and June 1863 Detailed as Regiment Wagoneer, May 5, 1863, order of Gen. Lowrey.
Morton, Wilson M.Pvt.Pvt.07/01/1863Okolona July and Aug. 1863 Bounty due $50.00.
Murdaugh, John T.Pvt.Pvt.05/19/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Commutation due, received as recruit since last muster. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865. b. Wheeler Grave Yard, Kossuth, MS.
Murdaugh, Joseph T.Pvt.Pvt.10/03/1862Tupelo Nov. and Dec. 1863 Detailed as Div. Ordnance Guard Nov. 23, 63, by Gen. Cleburne. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Murley, Jeff K.Pvt.Pvt.04/29/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Left Corinth sick, not heard from since. July and Aug. 1862 Present. Died 19 Oct 1907, buried in Box Chapel Cemetery
Murley, W. H.Pvt.Pvt.04/25/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Detached May 15, 1862, with sappers and miners. July and Aug. 1862 Present. March and April 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Tullehoma, TN April 22, 1863. May and June 1863 Absent, sent to Hospital Tullehoma, TN April 22, 63, by order of surgeon. July and Aug. 1863 Died at Chattanooga Hospital, TN July 11, 1863, paid to include April 30, 1863. Born in NC.
Myrick, J. H.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth20May and June 1862 Transferred to Co. I of this Regt. March 30, 1862. May and June 1862 Absent, sick near Kossuth. July and Aug. 1862 Died off from Regt. in July. Born in AL. Deceased 15 August 1862, near Kossuth.
Nelson, William R. Jr.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon17July and Aug. 1862 Left at private house sick near Chattanooga 28 Aug. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present. July and Aug. 1863 - Jan. and Feb. 1864 Detailed as courier for Gen. Wood, by order of Gen. Wood July 9, 1863. March and April 1864 Present. 9/15/1844-12/28/1918 bur. Baldwyn (Old Masonic) Cem. Prentiss Co. MS.
Norman, F. S.Capt.Capt.03/13/1862Kossuth38March and April 1863 Absent, detailed as recruiting officer March 24, 1863. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Acting Major of Regt. since Oct. 1, 1863. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Present. March and April 1864 Acting Major of Regt. Date of appointment April 2, 1862. Acting Lt. Col. and killed in the battle of Atlanta.
Oakes, Nathan RichardsonPvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth Surrendered under Gen. Joseph E. Johnston at Durham's Station, NC April 26, 1865. Died May 31, 1908 and is buried in the Santa Anna Cemetery, Coleman Co., TX.
Onstead, G. L.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth30Sept. and Oct. 1863 Deserted at Missionary Ridge, TN Oct. 11, 1863. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war, Dept. of the Cumberland, captured Oct. 12, 1863, Stevenson, AL, forwarded to Louisville, KY Nov. 4, 1863. Oath of allegiance: residence Tishomingo Co., MS, complexion dark, hair brown, eyes grey, height 5'10".
Owens, J. WashPvt.Pvt.04/25/1862Corinth Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent on furlough. March and April 1864 Present, stoppage of wages by sentence of court martial for 10 days from April 7, 1864.
Owens, Pleasant C.Pvt.Pvt.04/25/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left sick at Graysville, Aug. 19. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present.
Owens, Sam S.Pvt.Pvt.04/25/1862Corinth Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent on furlough. March and April 1864 Present.
Parish, J. R.Pvt.Pvt.    
Parrish, J. R.Pvt.Pvt.04/29/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 Left sick on Waldron Ridge, Sept. 1. Name appears on a register of officers and soldiers of the Army of the Confederate States who were killed in battle or who died of wounds or disease. Born in AL, deceased 7 Sept. 1862, Chattanooga, TN.
Riley, J. C.Pvt.    Name appears on a register of officers and soldiers of the Army of the Confederate States killed or who died of wounds or disease, deceased 22 June 1864 in hospital Marietta, GA.
Robbins, K. H.Pvt.Cpl.03/13/1862Kossuth31May and June 1862 Absent, left Corinth sick, not accounted for. July and Aug. 1862 Present. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Present, promoted 4th Cpl. Oct. 1, 1863. March and April 1864 Absent, absent on furlough.
Robinson, C. F.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth20July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left sick at Graysville, GA Aug. 27, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, detailed to work railroad by order of Gen. Bragg, Feb. 13, 1863, stoppage of wages from that date. July and Aug. 1863 Present, paid to include Aug. 11, 1863. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, wounded at the battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 63, and sent to hospital, Marietta, GA Nov. and Dec. 1863 Absent, wounded at the battle of Chickamauga, sent to hospital, furloughed to Okolona, Miss. for 30 days Dec. 18. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, wounded at the battle of Chickamauga, sent to hospital Marietta, GA furloughed to Okolona, MS for 30 days Dec. 18, 63 and extended. March and April 1864 Absent, wounded at the battle of Chickamauga, furloughed from hospital to Miss. and extended to 12 May 1864.
Robinson, D. GreenPvt.Pvt.04/28/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Absent, supposed near Kossuth, left May 27 sick. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, sick at Sequatchie Valley 1 Sept. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Extra duty in commissary dept. March and April 1863 Present. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Transferred to Co. D 32nd Miss. Regt. Jan. 1, 1864 by order of Col. Hardcastle. March and April 1864 Present. Applied for pension from McNairy Co. TN. Buried Essary Springs Cem. Hardeman Co. TN.
Rorie, E. B.Cpl.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth30July and Aug. 1862 Not stated, left sick at Sparta Hospital, Tenn., Sept. 8. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present, promoted Feb. 13, 1863 4th Cpl. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Present, reduced to ranks by order of Col. Lowrey Oct. 1. March and April 1864 Present.
Savage, Antony C.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth May and June 1862 Present, bounty and commutation due. Name appears on a register of officers and soldiers of the Confederate States, who were killed in battle or who died of wounds or disease. Born in MS, deceased 15 Nov. 1862, Estelle Springs, TN. No. of certificate L 429. Buried Winchester City Cemetery, TN.
Settle, Lafayette DavidPvt.Sgt.05/01/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Present, commutation due, received as recruit since last muster. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present, promoted Jan. 28, 1863. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured near Jonesboro, Sept. 2, 1864. 7/4/1839 - 1912 buried in Lawton, OK.
Settle, Samuel LemonPvt.Cpl.10/03/1863Enterprise March and April 1864 Present, promoted April 1, 1864. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865. 8/30/1836-11/26/1894 buried in Windom, TX.
Settle, Thomas BenjaminSgt.Sgt.03/13/1862Kossuth23Present May 1862 - April 1864.
Steel, Miley JacksonPvt.Sgt.03/20/1862Corinth18Sept. and Oct. 1863 Present, promoted from Cpl. to 5th Sgt. Oct. 1, 1863. Buried Franklin, TN.
Suitor, G. W.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth27Name appears on a register of officers and soldiers of the Confederate States, who were killed in battle or who died of wounds or disease. Born in NC in 1835, deceased 27 Dec. 1862, Winchester, TN. Buried in Winchester City Cemetery.
Suitor, MormanSgt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth31July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left sick at Tupelo, July 27, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Absent, absent on furlough. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war Dept. of the Cumberland, captured Franklin, TN Dec. 17, 1864, forwarded to Louisville, KY.
Taylor, Calvin A.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth16May and June 1862 Absent, absent on sick leave March 25. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, AWOL in MS. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Tullehoma, sick Feb. 24, 1863. May and June 1863 Present, bounty due, S50.00. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent on furlough. March and April 1864 Present, stoppage of wages by sentence of court martial for 13 days from April 5, 1864. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war, captured Lovejoy Station, GA Sept. 2, 1864.
Thomas, Miles A.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth42May and June 1862 Present, musician. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left sick Graysville, GA Aug. 27. March and April 1863 Absent, detached, pioneer by Gen. Hardee's order Apr. 22. May and June 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Chattanooga, TN June 25, 1863 by order of surgeon. July and Aug. 1863 Died at Cherokee Hospital, GA July 21, 63, paid to include April 30, 1863. Buried Marietta Confederate Cemetery, GA.
Thompson, C. F.Pvt.Pvt.    
Thompson, Patrick T.Pvt.Pvt.    
Thompson, William GarrettPvt.Pvt.   Lost right arm 21 July 1864 in GA campaign. 10/30/1842 - 7/25/1927 buried Henry Cemetery, Corinth, Alcorn Co., MS
Turner, William D.Pvt.Sgt.05/15/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Present, commutation due, received as recruit since last muster. May and June 1863 Present, promoted from 1st Cpl. to 2nd Sgt. June 5, 1863. March and April 1864 Present.
Walker, Alexander A.Pvt.Pvt.02/13/1863Tishomingo Co. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Absent, left sick at Missionary Ridge, Nov. 24, 1863, bounty due. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war, Dept. of the Cumberland, captured Nov. 27, 1863 Ringgold, GA, forwarded to Louisville, KY Dec. 9, 63, for exchange.
Walker, John M.     b. Wheeler Grave Yard, Kossuth, MS[1]
Wardlow, Joe D.Pvt.Pvt.04/23/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Absent, sick in regimental hospital. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Name appears on a register of officers and soldiers of the Confederate States who were killed in battle or who died of wounds or disease. Born in NC, deceased 25 Oct. 1862 Knoxville, TN.
Warren, John H.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth23May and June 1862 Present, bounty and commutation due. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present, promoted Jan. 12, 63, to 2nd Cpl. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Tyner's Station, Sept. 5, 63 by order of surgeon. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, absent on furlough. March and April 1864 Present, reduced from 2nd Cpl. by sentence of court martial, April 5, 64, and stoppage of wages for 5 days. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured near Atlanta, GA July 22, 1864. Oath of allegiance: residence, Tishomingo Co. MS, complexion dark, hair black, eyes dark, height 5'8". Buried Wheeler Grave Yard, Kossuth, MS.
Warren, John H.Pvt.Pvt.    
Webster, Thomas J.Sgt.Sgt.03/13/1862Kossuth25May and June 1862 Present. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Killed in the battle of Chickamauga, TN Sept. 20.
Wheeler, J. W.Pvt.Cpl.03/13/1862Kossuth20Sept. and Oct. 1863 Present, promoted 3rd Cpl. Oct. 1, 1863. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, absent on furlough. Buried Franklin, TN.
Wheeler, W. J.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth21May and June 1862 Absent, on sick leave since April 25, 1862. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Name appears on a register of officers and soldiers of the Confederate States who were killed in battle or who died of wounds or disease. Born in MS, deceased 1 Sept. 62, at home in Tishomingo Co. MS.
Williams, A.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth24May and June 1862 Deserted, May 31, 1862. Name appears on a register of receiving at Wayside hospital or Gen. hospital #9, Richmond, Va., date March 7, 1865, manuscript #7114, sent from Pittsburg Landing, to St. Louis, Mo., June 1862, deserter.
Wright, James M.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth May and June 1862 Absent, left Corinth sick, not yet able for duty. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Deserted on the retreat from Missionary Ridge, Nov 26, 63. Name appears on a register of P.O.W. Dept of the Cumberland, captured Nov. 26, 1863 Graysville, GA, shipped to Louisville, KY, Dec. 11, 1863, for exchange. Name appears as signature to an Oath of allegiance: residence Kossuth, complexion dark, hair black, eyes black, height 5'5", age 28.
Wright, Morris J.Pvt.Pvt.    
Company E     Hatchie Rifles / Hatchie Tigers
Aldridge, WilliamPvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Tippah Co.37Deserted his command on the 16 of Dec. 1863.
Braddock, Elbert M.Pvt.Pvt.01/15/1864   
Braddock, George W.Pvt.Pvt.02/14/1863Tippah Co.  
Braddock, James T.Pvt.Pvt.03/18/1862Tippah Co.23Captured Calhoun, Ga. May 17, 1864. Discharged Rock Island, IL May 25, 1864. 3/9/1842 - 9/18/1905, buried Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Tippah Co., MS.
Braddock, John F.Pvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Tippah Co.20Name appears on a register of prisoners of war at Memphis, Tenn. deserted from the Rebel Army June 3, 1865. 15 Jan 1842 - 18 Feb 1885, buried Walnut Creek Cemetery
Braddock, StephenPvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Tippah Co.21Nov-Dec 1862 muster, absent in Miss., paroled in Ky. Jan-Feb 1863 muster, AWOL in MS. March-Apri1 1863 muster, present. Sept-Oct 1863 muster, slightly wounded at Chickamauga Sept. 20. Sent to hospital returned to duty 25 Sept. 1863. Buried in Franklin, TN.
Braddock, Thomas W.Cpl.Pvt.03/17/1862Tippah Co. 9 May 1844 - 4 Feb 1891, buried Walnut Creek Cemetery
Brock, John MerrillPvt.Pvt.03/15/1862Tippah Co.28Wounded at the Battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863. Right arm amputated below the elbow. Retired Nov. 1864.
Brooks, Elisha Allen     Died of diarrhea in 1863
Brooks, John T.Pvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Tippah Co. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war, Dept. of the Cumberland captured Franklin, Tenn. Dec. 17, 1864, forwarded to Louisville, Ky., discharged Jan. 25, 1865, Camp Chase. However records show he died 19 Feb. 1865 Camp Chase OH
Carlock, William VoglesSgt.Bvt. 2nd Lt.03/17/1862Tippah Co.28March-April 1864 muster: under arrest since 18 April 1864. Member of Jeff Davis Camp #117 U.C.V. Mills Co. TX. Born 1833 om MO. Died in 11/14/1915 in TX Soldiers Home, Austin. Buried in State Cemetery, Austin, TX.
Cartwright, TaylorPvt.Pvt.12/18/1863Tunnel Hill GA  
Caviness, Prince Albert WashingtonPvt.Pvt.02/21/1863Tullehoma TN Rev., 22 Sept 1845-25 Mar 1931 b. Little Hope Cemetery
Caviness, William W.Pvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Tippah Co.26Parolled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Childs, HezekiahPvt.Pvt.03/09/1864Selma AL Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Childs, Nancy MeeksPvt.Cpl.03/15/1862Tippah Co.38Born in TN, deceased 8 Oct. 1861, Perryville KY.
Cotton, James M.1st Lt.Capt.03/15/1862Tippah Co.30Promoted from 1st Lieut. to Capt. 1 Nov. 1862. Killed in the battle of Atlanta 7/22/1864. 1828 - 1864 buried Marshall Co. MS.
Courson, John R.Pvt.Pvt.03/18/1862Tippah Co.18Left sick at Bardstown, KY. Died Oct 1 1862 buried Bardstown, KY. (a J.B. Courson d. 7 Oct. 1862 bur. Danville National Cem., Danville, KY)
Cox, John H.Pvt.Pvt.05/10/1862Corinth Born 1838 in SC. Died at Estell Springs, Tenn., Nov. 13, 1862. Buried in Winchester City Cemetery.
Cox, ReubenPvt.Pvt.    
Cox, Robert M.Pvt.Pvt.05/10/1862Corinth Born in SC. Deceased June 4, 1862. Died at age 18 years 5 months and 9 days unmarried.
Crook, Willis ArnoldPvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Tippah Co. Discharged by special order # ?52 dated Richmond, June 26, 1863 to accept commission in the 1st Miss. Partisan Rangers.
Cross, John D.Pvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Tippah Co. Sept. and Oct. 1863 muster: Absent, wounded in the Battle of Chickamauga Sept. 20, 1863. Sent to the Gen. Hospital, whereabouts not known. 1/10/1809 - 11/4/1887 buried Pogue Cemetery, Tippah Co. MS
Cunningham, Frank L.Pvt.Pvt.    
Dees, Lorenzo DouglasPvt.Cpl.03/18/1862Tippah Co.36Promoted from Pvt. to 3rd Cpl. Oct. 63, for gallant conduct on the battlefield at Chickamauga. Name appears on a roll of prisoners captured near Franklin, Tenn. Dec. 17, 1864, transferred to Camp Douglas Dec. 20, 1864, claims to have been loyal, was conscripted, was captured and desires to take oath of allegiance to U.S. and become loyal citizen. Nov 1827-22 Jan 1917 b. Dees Cemetery.
Dees, Mark A.Pvt.Pvt.03/15/1862Tippah Co.231838-4 Mar 1926 b. Camp Ground Cemetery. Wounded (shot through the left hip) at the Battle of Peach Tree Creek, GA. 2/10/1838 - 3/4/1926 buried Campground Cemetery, Walnut, Tippah Co., MS
Dodds, Benjamin C.Pvt.Pvt.03/21/1862Tippah Co.26Born in TN. Died at Winchester, Feb. 8, 1863 of pneumonia. Marker in Winchester City Cemetery reads "Pvt. Benjamin Dodd Co. E 12/05/1862."
Dooly, John D.Pvt.Pvt.05/15/1862Corinth Died at Graysville, GA 13 Sept. 62, not reported till last month. Born in TN.
Duncan, B. T.Pvt.Pvt.    
Duncan, Benjamin FranklinPvt.Pvt.05/15/1862Corinth Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865. Born about 1832, died 1904 and is buried Hunt Co., TX.
Duncan, ElcanaPvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Tippah Co.27July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865. 16 Feb 1835 - 18 Oct 1902 b. Pleasant Hill Cemetery.
Duncan, Martin VanPvt.Pvt.03/15/1862Tippah Co.25March and April 1863 Absent, left at Bardstown, KY very sick Oct. 1, probably died. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Dropped from roll by order of Col. Carlton. Died Oct. 1 1862 buried Bardstown, KY.
Duncan, Mathew C.Pvt.Pvt.03/18/1862Tippah Co.16Born in TN. Died at Wartrace, TN 9 Dec. 1862.
Duncan, WilliamPvt.Pvt.   Pvt. William Duncan died 02/14/1862 buried in Winchester City Cemetery.
Earnest, WilliamPvt.Sgt.03/21/1862Tippah Co.34Promoted from Pvt. to 4th Sgt. 1 Nov. 1862.
English, Joseph P.Pvt.Pvt.03/21/1862Tippah Co.26March and April 1864 Re-enlisted for the war 6 Feb. 1864. Received a furlough 12 Feb. Was dropped from the roll 30 March 64. Was in Joseph E. Johnston Confederate Camp Childress Co. TX when it was organized 4 June 1892.
English, WilliamPvt.Pvt.04/22/1862Corinth  
Ernest, WilliamPvt.Sgt.    
Garrett, Benjamin H.Pvt.Pvt.03/15/1862Tippah Co.17 
Garrett, George W.Pvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Tippah Co.30March and April 1864 Now undergoing sentence of Gen. Court Martial for AWOL. Transferred from Co. A Hawkin's Battery of sharpshooters.
Garrett, William A.Pvt.Pvt.12/07/1863Tunnel Hill GA March and April 1864 Transferred from Co. A Hawkin's Battery of sharpshooters. 10/30/1842 - 7/25/1927 buried Henry Cemetery, Corinth, Alcorn Co. MS
Gassett, AbrahamPvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Tippah Co.26Left at Bardstown, KY Oct. 1, 1862. Died Bardstown KY Oct. 1, 1862, buried there.
Gentry, WilliamPvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Tippah Co. Born in AL. Died at Chattanooga TN March 26, 1863, of pneumonia and buried there.
Glover, Nathan C.Pvt.Pvt.04/22/1862Tippah Co. 10/9/1832-7/5/1899 buried Antioch Graveyard #1, Rienzi, Alcorn Co. MS.
Gray, William S.Pvt.Pvt.04/03/1862Tippah Co.17 
Hall, A. C.Pvt.Pvt.05/10/1862Corinth Died at Estell Springs, Nov. 28, 1862. Buried Winchester City Cemetery.
Hall, Daniel B.Pvt.Pvt.03/15/1862Tippah Co.21 
Hamm, John R.Pvt.Pvt.04/10/1862Corinth37March and April 1863 Absent, detached as pioneer, reduced to ranks from 2nd Cpl. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Dropped as a deserter Dec. 16, 1863, joined from desertion Jan. 28, 1864, re-enlisted for the war Feb. 6, 1864.
Hensley, Enoch A.Pvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Tippah Co.36July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Nov. and Dec. 1862 AWOL in MS from Sept. 6, 62. March and April 1863 Deserted, dropped according to Gen. order # 13 dated Jan. 28, 1863, from headquarters Army of The Tennessee.
Hill, Thomas J.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1861Little Rock AR May and June 1863 Unavoidable left out of regular roll, joined by transfer 1 June 1863 from Co. K 1st Regt. Ark. Vol. Captured Resca, Ga., May 16, 1864, discharged May 23, 1864, Alton, IL.
Howard, Joseph H.Pvt.Pvt.03/15/1862Tippah Co.28July and Aug. 1862 Left at Graysville Hospital, 20 August. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, at Dalton, GA Hospital. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war. Residence Silver Springs MS. Paroled at Meridian, May 14, 1865.
Hubbard, JohnPvt.Pvt.   Name appears on a register of prisoners of war, Dept. of the Cumberland. Captured Columbia, TN Dec. 19, 1864 and forwarded to Louisville, KY Jan. 22, 1865.
Humphrey, George W.Pvt.Pvt.03/21/1862Tippah Co.29July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Graysville Hospital 20 Aug. Jan. and Feb. 1863. Absent, furloughed to MS from 26 Jan., 1863. March and April 1863 Deserted, dropped according to Gen. order # 13, dated Jan. 28, 1863, headquarters, Army of The Tennessee. Since reported by surgeon unfit for duty. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, furloughed for 26 days from Feb. 13, 64, Gen. Order #14. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war. Name appears on a hospital muster roll, Bell Hospital, Rome, GA Sept. and Oct. 1863, enlisted March 21, 1862, Duncan Mills, MS.
Humphrey, J. L.Pvt.Pvt.05/12/1862Corinth  
Humphrey, William W.Pvt.Cpl.03/18/1862Tippah Co.28Buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Newman GA.
Jeanes, Greenbury W.Pvt.Pvt.03/16/1862Tippah Co.47July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Graysville hospital on 20 Aug. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, furloughed sick from Knoxville, TN from 26 Oct. 1862.
Jeanes, Thomas R.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Tippah Co.27July and Aug. 1862 Left in Sparta, TN hospital on 6 Sept. Jan. and Feb. 1863 AWOL in MS. 1824 - 1900 buried Shiloh Cemetery.
Johnson, SamuelCpl.Cpl.04/30/1862Corinth23 
Joiner, E. H.Pvt.Pvt.03/18/1862Tippah Co.47 
Kellum, James H.Pvt.Pvt.   Marker in Winchester City Cemetery, TN reads "Pvt. James Kellum Co. E 11/08/1863."
Kennedy, James B.Pvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Tippah Co.36Restored to roll 20 April 1864, after undergoing sentence of court martial for absence without leave, 20 days stoppage of pay. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured near Dallas, Ga. May 28, 1864.
Lockhart, James A.Pvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Tippah Co.23May and June 1862 Absent, sent off sick at the evacuation of Corinth. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Deserted, gone to the enemy.
Lockhart, Thomas Franklin1st Sgt.Cpl.03/15/1862Tippah Co.34May and June 1862 Absent, sent off sick at the evacauation of Corinth. July and Aug. 1862 Present, reduced to rank on account of protracted absence on 30 June. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Sent to hospital sick, Dec. 62. Jan. and Feb. 1863 present. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Present, promoted from rank to 2nd Cpl. on Oct. 1, 1863, for gallant conduct on the battlefield at Chickamauga. March and April 1864 Absent, re-enlisted for the war Feb. 6, 1864, absent furloughed from 4 April to May 3, 1864. Killed July 22, 1864 in the battle of Atlanta, Georgia.
Mask, James Joseph RobertPvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Tippah Co.30Died at Tullehoma, TN March 14, 1863. Born in NC.
Mathis, John C.Pvt.Pvt.05/05/1862Corinth Sept. and Oct. 1863 Wounded at the battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 19, 1863, sent to hospital same date by order surgeon, furloughed from 6 Oct. 63 to 6 Nov. 63. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Wounded in knee in battle of Chickamauga, furloughed from hospital and dropped under Gen. Order # ___. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Present, improperly dropped on last rolls. March and April 1864 Present, re-enlisted for the war Feb. 6, 1864. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1 1865. Buried Pleasant Hill Cemetery.
Meeks, WilliamPvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Tippah Co. March and April 1864 Re-enlisted for the war, Feb. 6, 1864, furloughed from 20 March to 29 April for 40 days. Captured near Franklin, Tenn., Dec. 17, 1864.
Meeks, William N.Pvt.Sgt.04/27/1862Corinth Nov. and Dec. 1862 Promoted from Pvt. to 1st Cpl. 1 Nov. 1862. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Promoted from 1st Cpl. to 5th Sgt. for gallant conduct at the battle of Chickamauga, Oct. 1, 1863, wounded on the 20th Sept. 63, at Chickamauga, and sent to hospital. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Present. March and April 1864 Re-enlisted for the war Feb. 6, 1864. Captured near Atlanta, Ga. July 22, 1864. Buried Pleasant Hill Cemetery.
Miller, Matthew MonroePvt.Pvt.03/15/1862Tippah Co.24Enlisted 15 March 1862 in Ripley. May and June 1862 Sent off sick from Baldwyn. July and Aug. 1862 Left at Graysville hospital on the 20th of Aug., rest. Nov. and Dec. 1862 At Chattanooga, wagoneer. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Driving post wagon at Chattanooga. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Born 1836, killed in the battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 63. Roll of Honor battle of Chickamauga, GA
Miller, William PinkneySgt.Pvt.03/15/1862Tippah Co.30From Ruckersville. Enlisted 15 March 1862. May and June 1862 Sent off at the evacuation of Corinth. July and Aug. 1862 Sent to Graysville hospital 20 Aug. Nov. and Dec. 1862 At Chattanooga, wagoneer. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Driving post wagon at Chattanooga. March and April 1863 Present. March and April 1864 Re-enlisted for the war Feb. 6, 1864. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865. ca. 1830 - 12/6/1912, buried Carolina Meth. Cem., Prentiss Co. Received Southern Cross of Honor.
Moody, AbnerCpl.Cpl.03/15/1862Tippah Co.27Born in AL. Died 29 Sept. 1862
Moody, Thomas2nd Lt.1st Lt.03/17/1862Tippah Co.29Jan. and Feb. 1863 On detached service in MS. March and April 1863 In MS, recruiting officer by order of Gen. Bragg. March and April 1864 Under arrest since 18 April 1864. Inspection report, absent, wounded July 22, 1864.
Mudduck, Stephen     Name appears on a list of prisoners captured by the 3rd Ky., Cav., at Point Lick Bridge, KY Oct. 22, and 23, 1862.
Nance, James B.Sgt.Pvt.03/17/1862Tippah Co.36July and Aug. 1862 Sent to Graysville hospital 20 Aug. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, furloughed from Hospital, rheumatism, taken prisoner in MS Nov. 1862. Name appears on a list of Confederate prisoners of war delivered at Vicksburg, MS Dec. 14, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, sick in MS. March and April 1863 Absent, absent sick in MS on surgeons certificate, April May and June 1863 Absent, sick in MS 10 June 63 by surgeon. July and Aug. 1863 Absent, sick In MS since 10 June 1863. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, sick In MS, rheumatism, since June 10, 63, no prospect of recovery. Nov. and Dec. 1863 AWOL in MS. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Deserted, dropped from roll July 6, 1864. Name appears on a list of mechanics in the 3rd Corps, Army of the Mississippi, list not dated, occupation blacksmith.
Nance, Thomas J.Cpl.Cpl.03/17/1862Tippah Co.18Died Harrodsburg, Ky., Oct. 24, 1862, not reported till December. Born in MS.
Nance, Thomas M.Pvt.Pvt.03/18/1862Tippah Co.32July and Aug. 1862 Absent, detached for pioneer, 27 Aug. 1862. Nov. and 1862 Detached pioneer in Capt. Heads Co. 27 Aug. 1862. Jan. - Oct. 1863 Detached In Maj. Hawkins sharpshooters. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Wounded slightly in Battle of Chickamauga, furloughed from hospital and dropped from roll under Order # ___.
Nance, William W.Jr. 2nd Lt.2nd Lt.03/17/1862Tippah Co.33Nov. and Dec. 1862 Promoted from 2nd Lt., Jr. to 2nd Lt. Sr. 1 Nov. 1862. 2/25/1829-6/12/1904 buried Walnut Creek Cemetery.
Pool, William L.Pvt.Pvt.03/28/1862Tippah Co.24Died of fever 20 July 1862. Born in TN.
Powell, WesleyPvt.Pvt.    
Richardson, Elijah J.Pvt.Pvt.03/12/1862Tippah Co.20Nov. and Dec. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital by surgeon Nov. 23, 1863. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Deserted, dropped from the roll Jan. 6, 1864. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war belonging to the Rebel Army in custody of provost marshal, Memphis, Tenn., received Jan. 17, 1864, captured near La Granga, sent to Alton, Feb. 6, 64, sent to Ft. Delaware, April 4, 1864. Oath of allegiance: residence Tippah Co. MS, complexion light, hair light, eyes blue, height 5'9". Released Jun 11, 1865. 16 May 1840 - 4 May 1912 buried Richardson Cemetery.
Robbins, William DanielPvt.Pvt.03/15/1862Tippah Co.22May and June 1862 Absent, sent off sick at the evacution of Corinth. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Nov. and Dec. 1862 AWOL. Jan. and Feb. 1863 AWOL, absent sick In MS. March and April 1863 Deserted, dropped according to Gen. order # 13, Jan. 28, 63 from Hdq. Army of the Tennessee. May and June 1863 Absent, restored to roll from desertion 16 June 63, satisfaction rendered, detailed as a teamster by order of Gen. Bragg, 22 June 1863. July and Aug. 1863 Absent, teamster In Breckenridge train 22 June 1863. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital by surgeon Oct. 20. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Present. March and April 1864 Present, re-enlisted for the war Feb. 6, 1864. 8 May 1840 - 18 Aug. 1917 buried Richardson Cemetery.
Robertson, Asa C.Pvt.Pvt.03/15/1862Tippah Co.37March and April 1863 Absent, detached In working party Tullehoma, TN by order of Gen. Bragg, April 23. May and June 1863 Present. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, wounded In the battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 63 sent to hospital same date. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Wounded severly in the battle of Chickamauga, furloughed from hospital and dropped from roll Gen. Order # ___. Name appears on a roll of officers and soldiers of the Army of the Confederacy who were killed in battle or who died of wounds or disease, deceased Aug. 12, 1864, at LaGrange Hospital, GA.
Robinson, Henry J.Pvt.Pvt.03/15/1862Tippah Co.39Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, sent to hospital sick 28 Dec. 62. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present. May and June 1863 Absent, sent to hospital by surgeon May 19. July and Aug. 1863 Present. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, wounded in the battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 63, sent to hospital, furloughed from 30 Sept. to Oct. 63 by examining board of surgeons. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Present. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Deserted at Tunnel Hill, Ga., Feb. 4, 1864. Name appears on a register of Floyd house and Ocmulgee Hospital, Ga., Macon, Ga., P.O. or State, Silver Springs, complaint, wounded, admitted Sept. 28, 1863.
Rowell, Doctor FloydPvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Tippah Co.17May and June 1862 Absent, sent off sick at the evacuation of Corinth. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Deserted in MS. 5/26/1844-2/25/1935 bur. Marlow City Cem. Stephens Co. OK
Rowell, J. WestleyPvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Tippah Co.23May and June 1862 Died 4 June 1862, died of disease. Born in GA.
Scally, Henry PettyPvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Tippah Co.18July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Okolona, Miss., Hospital 7 July 1862. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, detached pioneer Oct. 29, 63 by Gen. Bragg. March and April 1864 Present, enlisted for the war Feb. 6, 1864. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war not dated, captured Franklin, TN Dec. 18, 1864, forwarded to Louisville, KY Jan. 4, 1865. Oath of Allegiance: residence Tippah Co. MS, complexion light, hair light brown, eyes blue, height 5'9". Released Point Look Out, July 19, 1865, Gen. order # 109, ago. 12 July 1844 - 7 Aug. 1921 b. Holly Cem., Wenasoga.
Scally, John N.Capt.Capt. Tippah Co. Name appears on a roll of register containing roster of commissioned officers, provisional army of the Confederate States, date of appointment May 2, 1862. 1832 - 19 Sept. 1863, Chickamauga, GA.
Scally, William HullPvt.Cpl.03/12/1862Tippah Co.32July and Aug. 1862 Present, appointed Cpl. 30 June. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, wounded in the battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 19, 63 and sent to hospitals furloughed Oct. 3 to 9 Nov. 63, by examining board. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Wounded severely in the battle of Chickamauga and furloughed by examining board from 3 Oct. to 9 Nov. 63, dropped from roll. 11/28/1828 - 12/24/1917, buried Harmony Cemetery.
Scott, Andrew W.Pvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Tippah Co.30May and June 1862 Absent, sent off sick from Corinth by surgeon. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, wounded at Perryville, KY paroled. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, AWOL in MS. March and April 1863 Deserted, dropped according to Gen. Order #13, dated Jan. 28, 1863, from Hdqs. Army of the Tennessee.
Settlemires, Sampson B.Pvt.Pvt.03/18/1862Tippah Co.23Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, sent sick to hospital 27 Dec. 62. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, at Dalton, GA Hospital sick. March and April 1863 Died at Meridian, MS April 6, 1863. Born in TN, deceased 5 April 1863. Ruckersville, Tippah Co. MS.
Simpson, William S.Pvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Tippah Co.41Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, sent sick to hospital 22 Nov. 62. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, at convelesent camp Atlanta, GA. March and April 1863 Present. May and June 1863 Sent to hospital by surgeon June 30, 1863. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital by surgeon, Nov. 23. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Deserted, dropped from roll Jan. 6, 1864.
Singleton, FranklinPvt.Pvt.03/18/1862Tippah Co.25July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Graysville, Hospital on 20 Aug. March and April 1864 Absent, on furlough from 8th day of April to the 7th day of May 1854, re-enlisted for the war Feb. 6, 1864.
Skinner, Henry C.Pvt.Pvt.07/25/1862Tupelo July and Aug. 1862 Present, transferred from the 3rd Miss. Regt. (later the 23rd) 25 July. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, detached brigade wagoneer, Oct. 10. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, detached to drive Buckner's Div. wagon Oct. 1. March and April 1863 Absent, detached as division teamster, whereabouts not known, Oct. 1, 1862. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Dropped from the roll by order of Lt. Col. Carlton in consequence of protracted absence, on detached service when last heard from, officially, but from other evidence, AWOL.
Smith, Enoch H.Pvt.Pvt.03/15/1862Tippah Co.37July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Graysville hospital on 20 Aug. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Present, wounded in the battle of Chickamauga Sept. 20, 63 but has remained with his command. March and April 1864 Present, re-enlisted for the war Feb. 6, 1864, promoted from private to color Cpl. April 1, 1864. Name appears on a report of prisoners of war surrendered May 29, 61, at LaGrange, TN, left at Corinth, Miss. sick Jan. 1, 1865.
Stephens, John L.Pvt.Pvt.05/13/1862Corinth Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, furloughed home for 30 days on account of wounds received at Perryville. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present. March and April 1863 Absent, sent to hospital April 23, 1863. May and June 1863 Absent, sent to hospital by surgeon April 23, 1863 July and Aug. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital by surgeon Aug. 28, 1863. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Aug. 25, 1863, no prospect of being able for field service in consequence of wound received at Perryville, KY. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital by surgeon Aug. 25, 1863. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Deserted at Tunnel Hill, Ga. Nov. 4, 1864.
Stewart, JohnPvt.Sgt.03/15/1862Tippah Co.49May and June 1862 Absent, taken sick on march from Corinth, furloughed by surgeon. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present, promoted from Pvt. to 4th Sgt. 1 Nov. 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, furloughed for 26 days Feb. 8, 64 by order of Gen. Johnston. March and April 1864 Present, enlisted for the war Feb. 6, 1864. Killed in the battle of Atlanta.
Street, ColumbusPvt.Sgt.03/19/1862Corinth Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present, promoted from Pvt. to 2nd Sgt. Nov. 1862. March and April 1864 Present, re-enlisted for the war Feb. 6, 1864. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Street, RussellPvt.Pvt.03/15/1863Tullehoma TN March and April 1863 Absent, sent to hospital April 23, 1863 May and June 1863 Absent, sent to hospital by surgeon 23 April 1863. July and Aug. 1863 Died at Catoosa Springs, GA July 5, 1863.
Tatum, WilliamPvt.Pvt.   Name appears on a register of prisoners of war captured near Chewalla, Dec. 27, 63.
Taylor, James B.Pvt.Pvt.05/04/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 Present, sick in camp. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war, captured Orlzaba, MS June 13, 1863.
VanNorman, A. L.Pvt.Pvt.   Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war, roll dated Meridian, MS May 11, 1865 gives residence as Liberty, Amite Co. MS.
Waldon Jr., Abraham B.Pvt.1st Sgt.04/27/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 Present, appointed 1st Sgt. on 30 June 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, furloughed for 40 days, 5 Jan. 64 by order of army headquarters. March and April 1864 Present, re-enlisted for the war Feb. 6 Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865. 3/27/1828-5/25/1877 buried Pleasant Hill Cem., Tippah Co., MS.
West, Felix G.Pvt.Pvt.04/10/1862Corinth18Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, left at Danville, KY sick Oct. 12, 62. Jan. and Feb. 1863 AWOL in MS March and April 1863 Deserted, dropped according to Gen. Order # 13, July 28, Hdqs., Army of Tennessee.
Company F     Southern Farmers
Ables, William F.Pvt.Pvt.04/08/1862Marietta21Died at home 20 June 1862.
Adair, J. T.Pvt.Pvt.03/03/1862Marietta29Born Alabama, deceased September 1, 1862 at home.
Allison, William BeckerPvt.Pvt.04/26/1862Marietta Transferred to pioneer co. May 27, 62. Captured Harrodsburg, Ky. Oct. 11, 1862, sent to Vicksburg Dec. 5, 1862.
Anderson, E.Sgt.Sgt.04/30/1862Marietta Captured.
Archer, AlexanderCapt.Capt.03/17/1862Marietta31Assigned to duty as Major of Regt. April 6, 1864, by order of Gen. Lowrey. Wounded sent to hospital June 5, 64. 1/25/1830-2/12/1899 buried Baldwyn Cemetery (Old Masonic) Prentiss Co. MS
Archer, B/D. F.Pvt.Asst. Surg.03/17/1862Itawamba Co.27 
Archer, George WashingtonCpl.Cpl.03/17/1862Itawamba Co.21Discharged 4 July 1862. 2/13/1840-11/6/1900 buried Baldwyn Cemetery (Old Masonic) Prentiss Co. MS
Barnett, JessePvt.Pvt.03/27/1862Marietta Discharged March 7, 1863, Gen. Order # 72. 3/10/1826 - 7/12/1918 buried Marietta Cemetery, Marietta, Prentiss Co., MS
Barnett, Rile1st Lt.1st Lt.03/17/1862Marietta31Resigned his commission April 27, 1863.
Bean, O. F.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Marietta Driving ambulance for brigade, detailed Jan. 10, 1863.
Beard, William J.Sgt.Pvt.03/17/1862Marietta30Reduced to rank for ineffiency May 1, 1862. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war at Memphis, Tenn, deserted from the Rebel Army, Oct. 4, 1864. Oath of Allegiance, Deserters oath, Oct. 4, 1864, Complexion light, hair light, height 5'10", age 32.
Bowlin, RobertSgt.Pvt.    
Brown, F. T.Pvt.Pvt.   Name appears on a list of Confederate prisoners forwarded to Columbus, Ky. from Corinth, Miss. Oct. 9, 1862, not dated.
Carver, SilasPvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Marietta bur. Kirkville Cemetery, Itawamba Co., MS
Clark, EliPvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Itawamba27Dropped from the roll Aug. 9, 63, for continued absence after expiration of furlough, deserted.
Cochran, E. S.Pvt.Pvt.04/28/1862Marietta Born in NC. Died of pneumonia 14 Dec. 1862, Winchester, TN. Buried in Winchester City Cemetery.
Coker, James TiryPvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Itawamba27 
Coker, John C.Pvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Itawamba31Jan-Feb 1863 muster: at home in MS AWOL. Wounded at the Battle of Chickamauga and sent to hospital Sept. 20, 1863. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war leaving Cario, IL Oct. 25, 1863 enroute to Vicksburg for exchange.
Cook, George M.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured near Booneville, Miss., July 8, 1862, transferred to Johnson Island, Sept. 6, 1862. Was sent to rear with wound Nov. 24, dropped from roll Dec. 11, 1863, deserted. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured by forces under the command of Maj. Gen. Thomas, captured Missonary Ridge, Nov. 25, 1863. Discharged Rock Island, Dec. 11, 1863. Oath of Allegiance: residence Huntington TN, complexion dark, hair light, eyes grey, height 5'5", age 26.
Cooper, James M.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Marietta Roll of Honor battle of Chickamauga, GA
Cooper, JohnPvt.Sgt.04/30/1862Marietta Appointed 4th Sgt. Oct. 1, 1863.
Costin, H. J.Pvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Itawamba44Born in NC. Died at Tupelo, Miss., July 22, 1862.
Crowson, Zachariah L.Pvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Itawamba21 
Davis, James F.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.18Transferred from Co. F 1 May 1862. July and Aug. 1862 Died near Tupelo, Miss., 25 Aug. 1862.
Davis, JohnPvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Itawamba18Died June 13, 1862, Itawamba County, Mississippi of disease.
Davis, T. G.Cpl.Pvt.    
Davis, Thomas J.Cpl.Pvt.03/17/1862Itawamba20Jan. and Feb. 1863 With Capt. Coleman's Co. of Sharpshooters.
Early, J. T.2nd Lt.2nd Lt.08/24/1861Iuka Nov. and Dec. 1862 Dropped from the roll as a deserter in consequence of long absence.
Early, John P.2nd Lt.2nd Lt.03/17/1862Itawamba29Died of pneumonia 26 Nov. 62, near Shelbyville, TN. Amount of money left $170.00, Effects, sword dues charged to his family when received 8 April 1863. No. of certificate 215.
Early, Joseph C.Cpl.Pvt.03/17/1862Itawamba23 
Elmore, JerryPvt.Pvt.04/27/1862Corinth Born in Alabama, deceased 20 Aug. 1862 at home of Typhoid Fever.
Elmore, Two G.Pvt.Cpl.03/17/1862Itawamba27Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Floyd, J. A.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth Died in hospital Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 8, 63, disease unknown. Amount of money left $20.00.
Floyd, Joseph WhitePvt.Pvt.04/29/1862Corinth Wounded in skirmish Missionary Ridge, Nov. 25, 1863 and sent to hospital by surgeon. 1840-14 Nov 1922 b. Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Celeste, TX.
Forbes, C. C.Pvt.Pvt.08/24/1861Iuka17Was in Co. F 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Fowler, L. M.Pvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Itawamba25Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, left at Perryville, KY wounded 8 Oct. 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Died at Harrodsburg, Ky., Jan. 14, 1863. Name appears on a register of deceased, Jan. 1863, Bardstown, Ky., of wounds received at Perryville, KY.
Franks, A. J.Pvt.Pvt.04/08/1862Itawamba31March and April 1864 In confinement under going sentence of court martial for desertion.
Franks, J. F. M.Pvt.Pvt.04/29/1862Corinth Jan. and Feb. 1863 Left at Tupelo, Miss. in hospital 25 July 62, reported deserted Feb. 6, 1863.
Franks, J. H.Pvt.Pvt.04/29/1862Corinth Sent home from Corinth, May 27, 1862, AWOL.
Franks, J. W.Pvt.Pvt.04/29/1862Corinth Died in hospital Tullehoma, TN April 14, 1863.
Frost, Stephen F.Pvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Itawamba22 
Gaines, P. H.Cpl.Pvt.03/17/1862Itawamba26Wounded in the Battle of Chickamauga, dead from effects Oct. 18, 1863. Deceased 10 Oct. 1863, Kingston, Ga., from wounds. Born 11/25/1835 buried Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Marietta, Prentiss Co., MS
Gann, A. S.Pvt.Pvt.04/29/1862Corinth Born in AL. Died at home June 12, 1862, of disease.
Gann, NelsonPvt.Pvt.04/29/1862Corinth Furloughed under Gen. order # 227, 40 days from 12 Feb. 1864, dropped from roll April 6, 1864.
Gann, Thomas G.Pvt.Pvt.02/02/1864Okolona March and April 1864 In confinement undergoing Gen. Court Martial for desertion. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured near Marietta, GA July 3, 1864. Discharged July 13, 1864, Camp. Morton, died Jan. 7, 1865, inflamation of the lungs.
Gassoway, H. A/H.Pvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Marietta33 
Gatlin, JosephPvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Itawamba25Wounded at the Battle of Chickamauga, and sent to hospital Kingston, Ga., Sept. 20, 1863.
Gooch, W. W.Pvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Itawamba  
Gray, EdwardPvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Itawamba20Killed in the Battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863.
Haman, W. P.Pvt.2nd Lt.    
Hamill, G. E.     bur. Beauvoir Confederate Veterans Home. From Forrest Co. [1]
Hampton, James W.Pvt.Pvt.04/29/1862Corinth March and April 1863 Deserted April 7, 1863, dropped from roll April 26, 63. May and June 1863 Returned from desertion May 18, 1863, one month and one day wages stopped. July and Aug. 1863 Dropped from the roll Aug. 30, 63, deserted Tullehoma, TN July 63. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war captured July 3, 1863, Elk, TN. Discharged May 16, 1865.
Harris, Pickens EarlPvt.Pvt.04/05/1862Itawamba30March and April 1863 Deserted April 17, 1863, dropped from roll April 26, 1863. May and June 1863 Present, returned from desertion May 18, 1863, one month and one day wages stopped. Wounded in the Battle of Chickamauga, Oct. 20, 1863. 1/16/1832-2/10/1916, bur. Union Cem. Falls Co.TX
Harris, T. E.Pvt.Pvt.    
Hawkins, W. R.Pvt.Pvt.04/29/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 Left sick at Graysville, GA Aug. 27, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Sent to hospital Winchester, TN 27 Dec. 1862. March and April 1863 Died in hospital Winchester, TN March 28, 1863. Born in AL. Buried in Winchester City Cemetery.
Hendry, N. F.Sgt.Sgt.03/17/1862Marietta45Sick in hospital, Bardstown, Ky. Sept. 23, 1862.
Higgins, William H/M.Pvt.Pvt.04/05/1862Marietta22May and June 1862 Transferred to Co. K 1 June 1862, joined by transfer 1 June 1862 from Co. F. March and April 1864 In confinement under going sentence of a general court martial. Prisoner of war captured at Ettawa, MS. Complexion light, hair amber, eyes hazel, height 5'9".
Hill, W. A.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth Born in AL. Deceased July 23, 1862 Tupelo, MS of Typhoid Fever.
Houston, John K.Sgt.2nd Lt.03/17/1862Marietta33Name appears on a register of prisoners of war, Dept. of the Cumberland. Captured Pulaski, TN Dec. 25, 1864. Forwarded to Louisville, KY Feb. 14, 1865. Discharged Feb. 17, 1865, Camp Chase. Oath of Allegiance: residence Itawamba Co. MS, complexion dark, hair dark, eyes blue, height 5'11". Released June 17, 1865.
Houston, S. M. T.Pvt.Pvt.03/28/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left sick at Tupelo, Miss., July 27, 1862. Buried Kirkville Cemetery, Itawamba Co., MS.
Jackson, ElishaPvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Marietta22Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, at home in MS on parole. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, at home in MS AWOL. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C., May 1, 1865.
Jackson, JamesPvt.Pvt.04/22/1864Dalton GA March and April 1864 Remarks, received as a recruit.
Johnsey, J. A.Pvt.Pvt.03/28/1862Tishomingo Co.23May and June 1862 Transferred to Co. A 1 May 1862. Name appears on a register of officers and soldiers of the Army of the Confederacy who were killed in battle or who died of wounds or disease, deceased 8 Oct. 1862.
Justice, W. B.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862  July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left sick at Graysville, Ga., Aug. 27, 1862. Name appears on a report of prisoners, paroled at Jackson, TN for the month of May 65, by Lt. Col. A.H. Seeley, Asst. Provost Marshall, not dated.
Kyle, W.O.Pvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Marietta23July and Aug. 1862 Present, appointed 4th Cpl. Aug. 9, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, at home in MS AWOL. Went home on parole. March and April 1863 Absent at home, Itawamba County, Miss., wounded. May and June 1863 Absent, at home in Itawamba Co., Miss., wounded in the leg by accident. Captured at Perryville, KY. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Dropped from the roll Oct. 30, 1863, for continued absence after expiration of furlough.
Lane, C. D.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth Deserted June 9, 1863, dropped June 17, 1863.
Lewellen, WilliamPvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.43Transferred to Co. A, May 1, 1862.
Livingston, C. E.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.38May and June 1862 Transferred to Co. A 1 May 1862. July and Aug. 1862 Sent to rear sick 28 May 1862, by surgeon, AWOL. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Reported Dec. 17, 1862 in consequence of long absence deserted.
Lowrey, J. G. Jr.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.17May and June 1862 Transferred from Co. F, May 1, 1862. March and April 1863 Absent, sick in Tishomingo Co., MS, has furnished physicians certificate on an oath that he will not be fit for duty in six months. July and Aug. 1862 Present.
McCollum, Hiram D.Pvt.Sgt.03/28/1862Corinth26Was in Co. G & K 26th MS. Escaped capture at Ft. Donelson Feb. 16, 1862. Assigned to the 32nd. Transferred to Co. F 6/3/1862. Appointed 4th Sgt. Aug. 22, 1862. Left Perryville, Ky., wounded Oct. 8, 62. Captured the next day. Assigned back to the 26th Jan. 10, 1863 after the 26th had been exchanged and reorganized. 12/2/1835-9/3/1921 bur. Marietta Church Cem. Prentiss Co. MS.
McGee, E. M.Pvt.Pvt.04/16/1862Marietta Sept. and Oct. 1863 Appointed 3rd Cpl. Oct. 1, 1863, vice A.J. Payne reduced. Paroled Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865. Died 04/08/1924 buried Little Rock National Cem., Little Rock AR.
McLaren, Lewis H.Pvt.1st Sgt.03/27/1862Tishomingo Co.29July and Aug. 1862 Left sick at Graysville, GA Aug. 19, 62. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Nurse in hospital Ringgold, GA. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Rejoined Co. Feb. 10, 1863. May and June 1863 Appointed 1st Sgt. May 11, 1863.
McNeese, William H.Pvt.Pvt.04/08/1862Itawamba33May and June 1862 Sick in camp. July and Aug. 1862 Present. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Driving team in Wood's Brigade. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Driving team for Army of the TN. July and Aug. 1863 Deserted at Tyners Station, Tenn. Aug. 1, 1863, dropped from roll Aug. 8, 1863.
McVay, J. B.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Sick at home, went from Corinth, bounty and commutation due $50 and $25. Nov. and Dec. 1862 On detached service at the battery. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Detailed with Capt. Sample's Battery, Sept. 2, 1862, by order of Gen. Wood.
Mitchell, DanielPvt.Pvt.    
Mitchell, DavidPvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth Nov. and Dec. 1862 Died of wounds received at Perryville, KY, date not known. List--date of death October 14, 1862.
Moody, JamesPvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Itawamba44Discharged July 4, 1862, final statement given.
Mooreland, GabrielPvt.Pvt.04/05/1862Itawamba33May and June 1862 Sent home from Corinth sick. July and Aug. 1862 Left sick Graysville, GA Aug. 27, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Sent to hospital Winchester, TN Dec. 27, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present. Register, deceased 8 June 1864, Marietta, GA.
Mooreland, J. A.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Marietta May and June 1862 Sick at home, went from Corinth. Nov. and Dec, 1862 Wounded and captured Perryville Ky., Oct. 8, 62, last heard from at Vicksburg, Miss., sick. Died 12/18/1862 buried in City Cemetery, Vicksburg, MS.
Mooreland, R.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Marietta July and Aug. 1862 Left sick at Carthage, Tenn., Sept. 10, 62, commutation due. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present.
Moreland, A. J.Pvt.Pvt.    
Moreland, J. P.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Sick at home, went from Corinth. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Sent to hospital Winchester, TN 29 Dec 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Rejoined Company Feb. 28, 1863. May and June 1863 Died in hospital, Tullehoma, TN of Pneumonia May 13, 63. Register, born in NC.
Nichols, HenryPvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.35May and June 1862 Transferred to Co. A 1 May 1862. July and Aug. 1862 Left at Graysville, GA in hospital sick Aug. 18, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present. March and April 1863 Sick in tent. May and June 1863 Transferred to Co. C 8th Regt. Tenn., Vol. May 1, 1863 by order of Gen. Bragg.
Oliver, Jesse B/C.Pvt.Qmstr. Sgt.03/17/1862Itawamba25May and June 1862 Having been appointed Asst. Quartermaster is dropped from this roll. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Discharged Jan. 21, 1863, and final statement given.
Patton, R. A/S.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.33May and June 1862 Transferred to Co. A 1 May 1862, sent to rear sick 28 May 1862, by surgeon. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, sent to rear sick 28 May 62, by surgeon, AWOL. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Sent to Winchester, hospital Jan. 15, 63. March and April 1863 Absent, detailed as nurse In hospital Tullehoma, by order of Gen. Cleburne, April 12. May and June 1863 Absent, detailed as nurse in hospital April 15, 1863 by order of surgeon. July and Aug. 1863 Present. March and April 1864 Absent, furloughed 30 days from April 1, 64. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Payne, A. J.Pvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Itawamba21Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present, appointed 3rd Cpl. Feb. 9, 1863. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Absent, detailed division ordanance, car Nov. 22, 1863. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Present. March and April 1864 Furloughed under Gen. order # 19 for 30 days from 12 March 64 dropped from roll April 19, 1864.
Payne, WileyPvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Itawamba18May and June 1862 Present, sick In camp. May and June 1863 Absent, sent to hospital June 25, 1863 by order of surgeon.
Pickens, A. G.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.29May and June 1862 Transferred to Co. A 1 May 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present, under arrest. May and June 1863 Present, sick In tent Sept. and Oct. 1863 Killed in the Battle of Chickamauga Sept. 20, 1863 final statement given.
Pope, J. B.Pvt.Color Cpl.04/29/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left sick at Graysville, Ga. Aug. 19, 1862. May and June 1863 Absent, detailed May 10, 1863 with Col. Tison as stock guard. March and April 1864 Present, promoted to color cpl. April 1, 64.
Pope, William A.Pvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Itawamba28July and Aug. 1862 Not stated, left sick at Sparta, TN Sept. 7, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, left at Sparta, TN Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, in hospital Atlanta, GA sick. March and April 1863 Absent, in hospital Atlanta, GA sick, sent there Sept. 7, 62 by surgeon. May and June 1863 Absent, detailed May 30, 63, with Col. Tison as stock guard. July and Aug. 1863 Present. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Killed In the Battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863.
Ramay, D. J.Pvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Itawamba29Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, left at Harrodsburg, KY, wounded Oct. 8, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Died of wounds received, Perryville, KY, Dec. 2, 1862. Born in GA. Name appears on a list of mechanics 3rd Corps, Army of the Mississippi, not dated occupation shoemaker.
Ramsey, Thomas J.Pvt.Sgt.03/28/1862Tishomingo Co.22May and June 1862 Transferred to Co. A I May 1862. May and June 1862 Present, transferred from Co. F May 1, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present, color Cpl. March and April 1863 Present, Color Sgt. May and June 1863 Present, Color Cpl. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Present, wounded at the Battle of Chickamauga Sept. 19, 1863, was Color Cpl. appointed Sgt. Sept. 20, 1863. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Deserted, dropped from roll Dec. 23, 1863, AWOL, ordanance taken $12.00. March and April 1864 Joined from desertion April 7, 1864, tried by Gen. Court Martial, sentence not published, in division guardhouse. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war received at Military Prison, Louisville, KY, captured Tishomingo Co. MS, discharged on oath July 1864. Oath of Allegiance: residence Tishomingo Co. MS, complexion light, hair dark, eyes blue, height 5'10".
Reeves, Andrew A. J.Pvt.Pvt.03/22/1862Itawamba22July and Aug. 1862 Not stated, left sick at Glasgow, KY Sept. 15, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, In parole camp, Chattanooga, TN Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, at home in MS, AWOL March and April 1863 Present. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Fell out on the retreat from Missionary Ridge, dropped from the roll Dec. 1, 1863, deserted. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war, Dept. of the Cumberland, captured Nov. 25, 1863, Missionary Ridge, TN, forwarded to Louisville, KY Dec. 11, 1863, for exchange.
Reeves, J. F.Pvt.Pvt.09/05/1861Iuka24May and June 1862 Present, sick In camp. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left sick at Tupelo, July 27, 62. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, left at hospital Tupelo, MS July 25, 1862. Was with the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Reeves, N. W.Sgt.2nd Lt.04/16/1862Marietta May and June 1862 Appointed 4th Sgt. June 1, 62, commutation $25.00. July and Aug. 1862 Present, promoted 1st Sgt. Aug. 22, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present, promoted from 1st Sgt. to 2nd Lt. Jr. Feb. 17, and assigned to duty Feb. 20, 1863. March and April 1863 Present. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, absent on leave. March and April 1864 Present.
Reeves, R. H.Pvt.Pvt.04/29/1862Corinth Name appears on a register of officers and soldiers of the Confederate States who were killed in battle or who died of wounds or disease. Born in AL, deceased 8 Oct. 1862 Perryville, KY.
Rogers, W. A. J.Pvt.    Name appears on a roll of non-commissioned officers and privates employed on extra duty at Missionary Ridge, TN during the month of Oct. 1863, nature of service, teamster.
Rogers, William1st Sgt.Pvt.03/17/1862Itawamba27July and Aug. 1862 Present, reduced to rank Aug. 22, 62, being sick, he was 1st Sgt. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present, driving ambulance 32nd Miss. Regt. July and Aug. 1863 Present, driving ambulance for 32nd Miss., detailed Nov. 28, 62, special order # 45, by Lt. Col. Tison. March and April 1864 Present, detailed ambulance driver for Regt. Nov. 28, 62, special order # 45, Lt. Col. Tison.
Ryan, J. N.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Absent, sent from Corinth, sick. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left sick at Graysville, GA Aug. 27, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Sept. 2, 1863 by order of surgeon. March and April 1864 Present.
Scearcy, William B.Pvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Itawamba35May and June 1862 Present, sick in camp. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, nurse in hospital Winchester, TN. March and April 1863 Absent, cook In hospital Tullehoma, Tenn., detailed March 1, 1863, by order of Gen. Cleburn. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured near Jonesboro, GA July 3, 64. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war Douglas, IL applying for oath of allegiance, roll dated Camp Douglas, Aug. 17, 1864. Captured Kenesaw Mt., GA June 24, 64, claims to have been loyal, forced to enlist in the Rebel Army to avoid conscript. Deserted to avail himself of amnesty.
Simmons, James TulleyPvt.Pvt.02/06/1863Enterprise March and April 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Tunnel Hill, GA July and Aug. 1863 Dropped from the roll Aug. 28, 63, for continued absence after expiration of furlough, deserted. Name appears on a register of parolees given at Post Columbus, MS May 29, 65.
Smith, A. C.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Itawamba35May and June 1862 Sent home from Corinth, sick. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left sick Graysville, GA Aug. 19. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, left at hospital Graysville, GA sick. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present. March and April 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Tunnel Hill, GA April 20, 63, by order of surgeon. May and June 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Tunnel Hill, GA April 20, 63, by order of surgeon. July and Aug. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Tullehoma, TN April 20, 63, by order of surgeon. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Discharged Oct. 29, 1863, received wages and commutation to date of discharge. Date of discharge 28 October 1863.
Spencer, WilliamPvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Tishomingo Co.20May and June 1862 Transferred to Co. A 1 May 1862. May and June 1862 Present, transferred from Co. F May 1862, sick in hospital. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Tupelo, Miss. hospital 8 July 1862 sick. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, furloughed under Gen. Order #14, 28 days from Feb. 15, 64, re-enlisted Feb. 9, 1864. March and April 1864 Present. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Suggs, J. W.Pvt.Pvt.04/22/1862Marietta July and Aug. 1862 Not stated, left sick at Munfordville, KY Sept. 19, 62. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, paroled in KY, gone home in AL. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, at home in AL, AWOL. March and April 1863 Dropped from the roll March 14, 1863, for long absence without leave. March and April 1864 Present, joined from desertion, in confinement undergoing sentence of court-martial for desertion. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured near Chattahochie, GA July 5, 1864.
Suggs, RobertPvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Itawamba29May and June 1862 Present, sick in camp. Name appears on a roll of officers and soldiers, Army of the Confederate States, who were killed in battle or who died of wounds or disease. Born in AL, deceased 8 Oct. 1862 Perryville, KY. Killed in battle.
Suggs, WilliamPvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Itawamba35May and June 1862 Absent, on pioneer detail. July and Aug. 1862 Transferred to pioneer Co. May 27, 1862.
Taber, I. F.Cpl.Pvt.    
Tabler, J. F.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Itawamba34May and June 1862 Present, sick in camp. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, left at Harrodsburg, KY wounded 8 Oct. 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present, rejolned Co. Feb. 2, 1863. March and April 1863 Absent, driving ordnance wagon, detailed March 23, 1863 by order of Col. Lowrey. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Absent, detailed guard at Division, Nov. 16, 63, by special Order #35, Gen Cleburn. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, furloughed home under Gen. Order #--, 25 days. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Tomberlin, W. P.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka35May and June 1862 Absent, sent from Corinth, sick. July and Aug. 1862 Present. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, left near Perryville, Oct. 9, 62. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Supposed dead and dropped from the roll by order of Col. Carlton, Oct. 31, 1863.
Tyra, E. H.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Itawamba30May and June 1862 Present, sick in camp. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left sick near Tupelo, MS July 27, 1862. May and June 1863 Transferred to the 12 Battalion Miss. Cav., May 7, 1863, by order of Gen. Johnston.
Tyra, J. S.Pvt.Cpl.04/05/1862Itawamba31July and Aug. 1862 Present, appointed 1st Cpl. March 9, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, wounded at Perryville, KY, furloughed to 1 Jan. 63. May and June 1863 Absent, was wounded at Perryville, KY, at home in Itawamba Co. MS, has not yet recovered from wounds. July and Aug. 1863 Dropped from the roll Aug. 8, 63 in consequence of long absence. Name appears on a list of mechanics, Third Corps, Army of Mississippi, list not dated occupation wagon maker.
Vickery, C.Pvt.Pvt.03/17/1863Tullehoma TN March and April 1863 Absent, driving team for brigade surgeon, detailed April 9, 1863, by Col. Lowrey. May and June 1863 Present, under arrest for desertion. July and Aug. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital July 7, 1863, since furloughed to Butrill, AL for 60 days, July 22, 63, by medical board, Atlanta, GA Sept. and Oct. 1863 Dropped from the roll Oct. 27, 63, for continued absence after expiration of furlough.
Waldon, J. J.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth Born in Alabama, deceased 9 June 1862 of measles at home.
Walker, Benjamin F.Jr. 2nd Lt.2nd Lt.03/17/1862Itawamba31May and June 1862 Absent, on sick furlough from Gen. Hardee. July and Aug. 1862 Present, rejoined his Co. Sept. 7, 62, from sick leave. March and April 1863 Absent, detached March 8, 1863, conscripting in MS May and June 1863 Present. March and April 1864 Present.
Walker, M. L.Pvt.Sgt.04/29/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Sent home from Corinth sick. July and Aug. 1862 Not stated, sick in hospital, Bardstown, KY April 23, 62. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present, appointed 4th Sgt. Feb. 9, 1863. March and April 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Tullehoma, TN April 6, 1863. May and June 1863 Transferred to 12th Battalion, Miss., Cav., May 7, 63 by order of Gen. Johnston.
Wallace, EliasPvt.Pvt.04/29/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Present, commutation due $25.00. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left sick in Graysville, GA Aug. 19, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Absent, detailed as commissary guard Oct. 20, 63, by order of Gen. Lowrey. 6/15/1828-6/17/1893 bur. Marietta Church Cem. Prentiss Co. MS.
Whaley, William M/J/P.Pvt.Pvt.04/29/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Present, sick in camp. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, at home on parole. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, at home in Miss., AWOL, went home on parole. March and April 1863 Dropped from the roll April 22, 1863, for long absence without leave. Name appears on a report of prisoners of war, captured within the District of Corinth, Miss., not dated, captured Oct. 23, where captured, deserter.
Whitehead, John HodgesPvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Itawamba May and June 1862 Present, sick in camp. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, left at Harrodsburg, KY, sick. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, left sick near Harrodsburg, KY 9 Oct. 1862. March and April 1864 Absent, left sick near Harrodsburg, KY Oct. 8, 1862, by order of surgeon, not heard from since, supposed to be dead. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war taken Harrodsburg, KY, sent to Vicksburg, via Cairo, Dec. 5, 1862. Name appears on a report of sick and wounded at prison hospital #2 Louisville, KY for the month of Dec. 1862, disease, inflamation of the lungs, date of death Dec. 23, 1862. Buried Cave Hill Confederate Cemetery, Lousiville, KY.
Whitley, ElishaPvt.Pvt.04/29/1862Corinth Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, was last seen in hospital near Perryville, KY, AWOL. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, at last account at Harrodsburg, KY, AWOL March and April 1863 Present. May and June 1863 Absent, detailed as provo guard, June 12, 63. March and April 1864 Present. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war Perryville, KY, sent to City Point, James River, Jan. 27, 1863. Name appears on a record of prisoners of war at Ft. McHenry, Md., date of confinement Jan. 31, 1863, sent to Ft. Monroe, Jan. 31, 63, by order of Gen. Schenk. Name appears as signature to roll of prisoners of war paroled at Ft. McHenry, Md. roll not dated, captured Perryville, KY Oct. 9, 1862.
Whittey, W. B/H.Pvt.Pvt.04/17/1864Dalton GA March and April 1864 Present, received as recruit.
Wicks, L. B.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co. May and June 1862 Transferred to Co. A 1 May 1862. May and June 1862 Present, transferred from Co. F 1 May 1862. July and Aug. 1862 Present. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Died in hospital Estelle Springs, TN Nov. 27, 1862.
Williams, JamesPvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Itawamba27May and June 1862 Present. July and Aug. 1862 Discharged July 4, 1862, and final statement given.
Wood, Doctor J.Pvt.Sgt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co.31May and June 1862 Transferred to Co. A 1 May 1862. May and June 1862 Present, transferred from Co. F 1 May 1862. March and April 1863 Present, was Pvt. appointed 5th Sgt. March 4, 1864. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Present, wounded at the battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 63. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Present, re-enlisted Feb. 9, 1864. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war captured near Atlanta, GA July 22, 1864, discharged Camp Chase, July 30, 1864.
Company G     Lowery Invincibles
Adair, Thomas J.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth22Deceased November 1, 1862 Chattanooga, TN.
Allen, D. L/Q.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth Transferred, promoted to Adjuant of an Alabama Regt.
Andrews, DanielPvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth29Detailed as teamster in Samples Battery. Detailed as teamster in Brigade Ordnance train by Gen. Cleburn June 20, 1863. 4/7/1830 - 9/16/1901 buried Antioch Cemetery, Alcorn Co. MS
Archer, OliverPvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth (This man appears to be the I. Archer on Tommy Lockhart's list) Disabled Camp Lauderdale, Miss. for the week ending March 7, 1865. Captured by the 1st Brigade 2 Cav. Division during the month of April 1865. Residence Perryville, Ala.
Archer, T. F.Cpl.Pvt.09/01/1861Iuka Promoted 1st Sgt. from 4th Cpl. June 26, 1862. Transferred to the 26th Miss. Regt.[2]
Babb, John M.Pvt.Pvt.07/23/1862Tupelo Appointed 2nd Cpl. Aug. 15, 1862. July-Aug. 1863 muster reports him as dropped from the rolls as a deserter due to long absence. Captured Oct. 5, 1863, McNairy Co. TN. (Alton records say captured 8/20/1863 Vicksburg) In the hospital Alton, Ill. with smallpox. Records say he died Dec. 22, 1863 but his marker says Oct. 22, 1863. Resident of Tippah Co.
Bigner, WilliamPvt.Pvt.   Captured near Nashville, Tenn. Dec. 5, 1864. Discharged Camp Douglas. Oath of Allegiance, Jan. 1, 1865--remarks, claims to have been loyal was conscripted into the Rebel army, deserted to avail himself of amnesty proclamation.
Black, A. M.2nd Lt.2nd Lt.09/19/1861Iuka Transferred from Capt. Hynmans Co. (F) 26th Miss. Regt.[2] Died June 22, 1862, Okolona, MS.
Blagg, A. G.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth On account of long absence, reported a deserter March 31, 1863.
Blankenship, G. W.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth38Detailed as a pioneer at Tullehoma, Tenn. April 23, 1863.
Campbell, George WashingtonPvt.Pvt.   Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war at Nashville, Tenn. captured near Marietta, Ga. July 4, 1864, discharged Camp Douglas July 16, 1864. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war at Camp Douglas, Ill. applying for oath of allegiance, roll dated Camp Douglas Aug. 9, 1864, captured Kennesaw Mt., Ga. July 3, 1864, claims to have been loyal was forced to conscript into Rebel Army and deserted to avail himself of amnesty. Enlisted in Co. I 6th U.S. Vol. Was a Dr. 8/25/1826 - 2/11/1884 buried Holly Baptist Cemetery Alcorn Co. MS.
Cheek, T. B.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth Deserted at Tupelo, Miss. July 5, 1862.
Cleary, CharlesPvt.1st Lt.09/01/1861Iuka Was in Co. F 26th MS.[2] Paroled at Greensboro, N.C., May 1, 1865.
Cochran, I. J.Pvt.Pvt.    
Cochran, J. B/P.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth Transferred to Capt. Hawkins Co. as a pioneer May 21, 62.
Cole, A. C.Pvt.Pvt.12/01/1861Iuka Was from 26th MS Inf. and transferred back Jan. 10, 1863.[2]
Crowder, G. W.Pvt.Pvt.    
Crowder, S. H.Pvt.Pvt.    
Crowder, S. W.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth29June and August 1863 muster: dropped from the rolls and reported as a deserter on account of long absence.
Eubanks, William L.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth Left camp the night of Feb. 21, 64 reported deserted. Oath of Allegiance: complexion dark, hair dark, eyes grey, height 5'6".
Fields, DavidPvt.Pvt.09/01/1861Iuka Was in Co. F 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Fields, ElishaPvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth17Died at Lauderdale Springs, June 14, 1862 of disease buried Confederate Cemetery, Lauderdale Springs, MS.
Fields, GeorgePvt.Pvt.09/01/1861Iuka Was in Co. F 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Fields, J. A.Pvt.Pvt.09/01/1861Iuka Was in Co. F 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Fields, JamesPvt.Pvt.09/01/1861Iuka Was in Co. F 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Fields, JessePvt.Pvt.09/01/1861Iuka Was in Co. F 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Finley, James HarrisonPvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth24Detailed as sharpshooter Hawkin's Co. a descriptive list. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war captured at Stones River, Dec. 31, 64. Buried in an unmarked grave at Wheeler Grove Baptist Cemetery, Kossuth MS.
Fitzpatrick, L. M.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth36May and June 1862 AWOL since May 20 1862. July and Aug. 1862 Deserted at Corinth, Miss., May 27, 1862.
Follis, J. M.Pvt.Pvt.09/01/1861Iuka Was in Co. F 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Foster, A. Y.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth45 
Gahagan, J. M.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth35July and Aug. 1862 AWOL since 7 June 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Deserted.
Gahagan, W. M.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth24May and June 1862 Sent to hospital at Booneville from Corinth, not heard from since. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL since June 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Deserted by AWOL since June 7, 1862.
Gaylor, ShepherdPvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth44May and June 1862 Deserted.
George, ClintonSgt.Sgt.03/19/1862Corinth On account of long absence reported as a deserter March 31, 1863.
Gerhart, Henry B.Pvt.Pvt.09/01/1861Iuka Transferred in from 26th MS.[2] Discharged July 4, 1862 at Tupelo, Miss. and final statement given.
Green, JamesPvt.Cpl.03/19/1862Corinth  
Grisham, J. T.Pvt.Pvt.03/06/1862Lebanon24July and Aug. 1862 AWOL. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Dropped from the roll for long continued absence Dec. 17, 1863.
Hall, A. J.Pvt.2nd Lt.04/01/1862Corinth23Transferred to Co. G Oct. 1, 1863 by promotion being elected 2nd Lt.
Hooker, W. F.Pvt.Sgt.03/19/1862Corinth 24 Feb. 1841-8 Apr. 1917 b. Holly Baptist Cemetery, Corinth
Hopper, W. C.Sgt.Pvt.09/01/1861Iuka Was in the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Hudson, L. P.Pvt.Pvt.   May and June 1862 Absent, appointed hospital steward May 1, 1862. Buried Greenwood Cemetery (no marker), Barnesville, GA.
Hyneman, Elbert M.1st Sgt.2nd Lt.09/01/1861Iuka31May and June 1862 Present, Lt. appointed 2nd Lt. Sr. June 26, 1862, by Brig. Gen. Wood. Name appears on a list of prisoners of war taken at [battle of Perryville, KY] Harrodsburg, Ky., sent to Vicksburg via Cairo, Nov. 29, 1862. Was in the 26th MS, transferred back.[2] Captured at Perryville, KY. and exchanged. Declared unfit for infantry duty. Then joined the 12th Miss. Cav. Born 1830 in Owensville, KY, died 1/13/1909 and is buried in Corinth City Cemetery, Corinth, MS.
Hyneman, Irvin W.Pvt.Pvt.09/01/1861Iuka Transferred in from Co. F 26th MS.[2] Discharged May 16, 1862. He was discharged as unfit for duty due to a severe attack of pneumonia and with paralysis of the left thigh. After a period of recovery joined the 12th Miss. Cav. Born 12/25/1838 in Tishomingo Co., MS, died 7/14/1903 and is buried in Farmington Baptist Church Cemetery.
Irion, ThomasPvt.Act. Comm. of Sub.03/19/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Appointed Adjt. April 3, 1862. Field and Staff Muster Roll, Jan. and Feb. 1863, Station Tullehoma, TN, Remarks, resignation excepted by War Dept. Feb. 16, 1863. Special Order # 29.
Irion, William M.Capt.Capt.03/19/1862Corinth Name appears on a list of Confederate soldiers who have died in the Dist. of Central KY, list dated Lexington, KY April 2, 1863. Captured Chaplin Hill, KY. Cause of death not given. Date of death Nov. 15, 1862, Gen. Hospital, Harrodsburg, KY.
Irvin, W. M.Cpl.Cpl.    
Jobe, W. F.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862   
Johnson, G. W.Cpl.Cpl.    
Johnson, J. W.Cpl.Cpl.09/01/1861Iuka July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Graysville, Ga. sick Aug. 29, 1862. Was from the 26th MS and transferred back.[2]
Kellum, AbelPvt.Pvt.03/17/1862Tippah Co.29Nov. and Dec. 1862 Died near Estelle Springs, Nov. 8, 1862. Born in AL.
Kincaid, W. S.Sgt.Sgt.03/19/1862Corinth Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war, residence West Point, MS.
King, John H.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862  May and June 1862 AWOL. July and Aug. 1862 Deserted at Corinth, Miss., May 27, 1862.
Knight, JosephPvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth18May and June 1862 Absent, sent home on sick leave May 27, supposed captured. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Deserted by absence without leave since June 7, 1862.
Lansdale, J. R.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth22Died at Corinth, May 4, 1862
Lasley, Rufus NelsonPvt.Pvt.   12 Dec 1840-8 Aug 1906 b. Holly Baptist Cemetery, Corinth
Lesley, R. N.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth21Left at Okolona, Miss. sick July 6, 1862.
Marsh, John M.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth27Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Marsh, William E.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth23May and June 1862 Absent, sent home sick 1 mile south of Corinth, not heard from since. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Jan. and Feb. 1863 AWOL in MS since June 7, 1862. March and April 1863 Present. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, wounded in action, the sent to hospital by surgeon, Sept. 20, 1863. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war, Dept. of the Cumberland, captured Atlanta, GA July 22, 1864. Oath of Allegiance: residence Tishomingo Co. MS, complexion dark, hair dark, eyes dark, height 5'4", age 24.
Martin, T. Q.1st Lt.Lt.03/19/1862Corinth  
Martindale, William J.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth2610 Oct 1834-30 Nov 1907 b. Holly Baptist Cemetery, Corinth
McAnally, Wiley / WilliePvt.Pvt.09/01/1861Iuka Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
McCollom, R.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Absent, sent home sick from Corinth, five miles west of Corinth, not heard from since. July and Aug. 1662 AWOL in MS. Jan. and Feb. 1863 AWOL in MS since June 7, 1862. March and April 1863 AWOL sick since June 7, 1862. May and June 1863 Absent, sick since June 7, 1862. June and Aug. 1862 Dropped from the rolls, reported as deserter on account of long absence.
Moore, Benjamin F.Pvt.Pvt.12/19/1861Hopkinsville KY23May and June 1863 Sent to hospital at Tunnel Hill, GA, has descriptive list. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Present. Prisoner of war list, captured near Eastport, MS Feb. 13, 1865. Oath of Allegiance: complexion light, hair light, eyes gray, height 5'11", age 26.
Moore, J. M.Pvt.Pvt.09/01/1861Iuka Was from the 26th MS Infantry.[2] May and June 1862 Deserted.
Murphy, W. G.Cpl.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth24May and June 1862 Absent, sent from Corinth to his home six miles west of Corinth, was unable to move at the time of the evacuation, has not been heard from since. July and Aug. 1862 Present. May and June 1863 Present, on extra duty guarding stock. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, wounded in action and sent to hospital by order of surgeon. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Wounded in action at Chickamauga, Ga., Sept. 20, 1863, sent to hospital by order of surgeon. March and April 1864 Wounded at Chickamauga on Sept. 19, 1863, furloughed from hospital, has not returned, dropped as deserter.
Myers, HiramPvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth Sept. and Oct. 1863 Deserted Sept. 7, 1863 near Chattanooga, TN.
Nix, H. G.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Absent, left sick In Corinth, supposed captured. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Deserted by absence without leave since June 7, 1862.
Norris, G. B.Pvt.Pvt.09/01/1861Iuka May and June 1862 Absent, detailed as hospital nurse April 20, 1862. July and Aug. 1862 Detailed as nurse in Gen. Hospital April 20, 1862, at Corinth, MS. Was from the 26th MS, transferred back 10 Jan. 1863.[2]
Page, J. W.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth23May and June 1862 Absent, sent to Booneville, sick supposed captured. July and Aug. 1862 through Jan. and Feb. 1863 AWOL in MS. March and April 1863 On account of long absence, reported a deserter March 31, 1863.
Parks, H.Pvt.Pvt.    
Parks, I/T. J.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth22May and June 1862 Absent, sent home from Corinth, 6 miles S.E. not heard from since. July and Aug. 1862 Present. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, furloughed under Gen. Order # 14, Feb. 14, 1864. March and April 1864 Furloughed under Gen. Order # 14, for 26 Days from Feb. 14, 1864, dropped as a deserter. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Perkins, JamesPvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Deserted.
Petty, GreenPvt.Pvt.12/01/1861Iuka April 2, 1862 Transferred from Capt. Hyneman's Co. (F) 26th Miss. Regt., by order of Gen. Bragg, of date March 31, 1862, received monthly pay up to March 1, 1862. May and June 1862 Present, entitled to bounty. July and Aug. 1862 Present. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Transferred to the 26th Miss., Regt., his former command Jan. 10, 1863.[2]
Potts, Zachariah H.Pvt.Pvt.08/14/1863Blythe's Ferry TN Sept. and Oct. 1863 Present, bounty due and commutation since Aug. 14, 1863. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Absent, sick by order of Surgeon since Nov. 27, 1863. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, left sick on the retreat from Missionary Ridge, Nov. 27, by order of surgeon. March and April 1864 Absent, left sick on retreat from Missionary Ridge, Nov. 27, 63, by order of surgeon. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war, Dept. of the Cumberland, captured Nov. 26, 63, Ringgold, GA, forwarded to Louisville, KY Dec. 9, 1863 for exchange. Died 24 Nov 1864, buried Rock Island, IL.
Powell, MichaelPvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth21March and April 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Tullehoma, TN Feb. 3. May and June 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Tullehoma, TN Feb. 3, 1863, has descriptive list. July and Aug. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Tullehoma, Tenn., Feb. 3, 1863. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Dropped from the roll and reported as a deserter on account of long absence.
Powell, Thomas M.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth23July and Aug. 1862 Present, detailed as teamster July 24, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, detailed as teamster, Division teams.
Puckett, M. R.Pvt.Pvt.09/01/1861Iuka Was from the 26th MS and transferred back.[2]
Reed, C. H.Sgt.Sgt.03/19/1862Corinth19Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, wounded in action Sept. 20, 63, at Chickamauga, sent to hospital by surgeon. Roll of Honor battle of Chickamauga, GA Paroled at Greensboro. N.C. May 1, 1865.
Reynolds, J. H.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth35Jan. and Feb. 1864 Furloughed, Gen. Order # 227. Deserted to the enemy.
Riddle, J. L.Pvt.Pvt.09/01/1861Iuka July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Okolona, Miss., sick July 6, 62. Was with the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Roberts, J. M.Pvt.Comm. of Sub.03/19/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Appointed Commissary 32nd Miss. Regt. April 3, 1862. May and June 1862 Resignation accepted by Gen. Bragg, June 28, 1862.
Roberts, T. H.Pvt.Pvt.04/29/1862Corinth Present.
Robinson, J. H.Pvt.Pvt.09/01/1861Iuka May and June 1862 Present, lost his bayonet on the march from Corinth. July and Aug. 1862 Present. Was in the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Rogers, J. A. C.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth16Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, detailed as teamster in brigade train Sept. 26, 1862 by order of Gen. Wood.
Rogers, W. P.Pvt.Pvt.11/15/1861Iuka Transferred in from the 26th MS.[2] May and June 1862 Deserted.
Rutherford, J. H.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth  
Shelton, H. A.Jr. 2nd Lt.Capt.03/19/1862Corinth26March and April 1863 Absent, on detached service since March 16. July and Aug. 1863 Present. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Absent, detailed Capt. provost guard, Lowrey's Brigade Dec. 14, 1863. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, on recruiting service since Feb. 14, 1864. March and April 1864 Absent, on recruiting service since Feb. 14, 1864. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Smith, JamesPvt.Pvt.   Name appears as signature to an Oath of allegiance: complexion dark, hair sandy, eyes grey, height 5'9". Name appears on a register of prisoners of war captured Hardeman Co. TN.
Smith, John A.Pvt.Pvt.   Name appears as signature to an Oath of allegiance: Hardeman Co. TN, complexion light, hair dark, eyes grey, height 5'10". Name appears on a roll of deserters from the Rebel Army, received July 25, 1864, July 27. 1864.
Smith, L. B.Pvt.Pvt.12/01/1861Iuka May and June 1862 Absent, detailed as pioneer May 26, 1862. July and Aug. 1862 Transferred to Capt. Hawkin's Co. as pioneer May 21, 62. Was from the 26th MS.[2] No record of him after the July and Aug. 1863 muster.
Smith, Washington L.Pvt.Pvt.   Name appears on a register of prisoners of war captured Hardeman County, TN July 1864, discharged. Name appears on a roll of deserters from the Rebel Army, received July 25, 1864, Oath of allegiance: residence Hardeman Co. TN, complexion light, hair dark, eyes grey, height 5'6".
Spencer, John E.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Assigned to duty as drill master, with ranks of pay of 1st Lt., by special order #34, Maj. Gen. Hardee, May 6, 62.
Thompson, L. B.Pvt.Cpl.    
Trott, Benjamin F.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 Present, detailed as division teamster May 3, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, sick at Pontotoc, MS. March and April 1863 Present. May and June 1863 Absent, sick at hospital Tunnel Hill, GA May 16, 63, has descriptive list. July and Aug. 1863 Absent, sent to the hospital Tunnel Hill, GA May 16, 63. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital May 16, 63, Tunnel Hill, GA Nov. and Dec. 1863 Absent, sick in hospital Caseville, GA, May 14, 1863. Name appears on a list of prisoners of war captured at Glendale, Tishomingo Co., MS Feb. 15, 1863, and received Feb. 15, 63, discharged Feb. 27, 63, Alton, IL.
True, John W.Pvt.2nd Lt.03/08/1862Booneville25May and June 1862 Present, promoted June 10. July and Aug. 1862 Present, elected 2nd Lt. 20 Aug. 62, and promoted 2nd Lt. Sr. 23 Aug. 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, detailed as Confederate Recruiting Officer, Jan. 28, 1863. March and April 1864 Present.
Turner, John Henry P.Cpl.Pvt.    
Wardlow, James W.Pvt.Cpl.03/19/1862Corinth22March and April 1864 Absent, received a furlough 25 March 1864, for 30 days, is now AWOL since 24 April. 24 Feb 1840-9 Apr 1918 b. Holly Baptist Cemetery, Corinth applied for pension in McNairy Co. TN.
Wilkins, James H.Cpl.Pvt.04/28/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Okolona, Miss., sick July 6. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Discharged while sick in hospital Jan. 7, 63. Name appears on hospital muster roll, Gen. Hospital, Meridian, MS. Died Dec. 2, 62.
Willis, George PrestonPvt.Pvt.11/15/1861Iuka Was from the 26th MS, transferred back. Rec. Southern Cross of Honor, 06/21/1840-10/11/1918, bur. Lightning Ridge Cemetery OK.
Company H     Beauregard Rifles
Adams, Marquis D. L.Cpl.Sgt.08/16/1862Iuka26Promoted from 3rd to 1st Sergeant December 11, 1862. Transferred back to 26th MS
Aldridge, J. C/E.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka21July-Aug. 1862 muster showed him AWOL. The Jan.-Feb. 1863 muster days he was dropped from the rolls as a deserter due to long absence.
Allen, B/D. T.Sgt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka26Transferred to the 26th Miss. Regt.[2]
Armour, W. L.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka Deserted Nov.-Dec. 1862.
Bailey, James M.1st Sgt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka23 
Bailey, John H.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka17Born in North Carolina. Deceased March 10, 1863, Mooresville, Tenn.
Bellamy, William J.Cpl.Cpl.08/19/1861Iuka Promoted from Pvt. to Cpl. Dec. 11, 1862. Transferred to the 26th Miss. Regt.[2].
Belue, J. M.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka22 
Belue, Robert N.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka19May-June 1863 muster, absent, detailed guarding stock. 3/25/1844-9/13/1917 buried Belew Cemetery, Paden, Tishomingo Co., MS
Brewer, William A.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth22Detached May 21, 1862 as a pioneer. Transferred by order of Gen. Lowrey March 27, 1864. 3/8/1839 - 9/12/1911 buried Holly Cemetery, Wenasoga, Alcorn Co. MS (or Co. D)
Brown, H. B.Pvt.Pvt.    
Brown, R. C.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth26Born in TN, deceased of disease June 21, 1862 Tishomingo Co. MS.
Brumley, William L.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka2010/28/1841 - 7/9/1906 buried Friendship Cemetery, Walthall Co., MS
Bryant, Harmon J.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Tishomingo Co. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured by the 15th corps and forwarded Sept. 8, 1864, captured July 22, 1864 near Atlanta, Ga. Co. Muster roll (no date) private age 35. Jan-Feb 1864 muster: deserted, dropped from roll Feb. 1, 64, AWOL on account of disability. Discharged July 30, 1864, Camp Douglas. Oath of Allegiance: residence Rienzi Tishomingo Co. MS. Complexion fair, hair brown, eyes brown, height 5'10". 7/25/1846 - 2/6/1901 buried Palestine Cemetery, Paden, Tishomingo Co. MS
Calvert, JosephPvt.Pvt.05/05/1862Iuka Died 20 July 1862.
Carmack, Joshua Y.Jr. 2nd Lt.Capt.   Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured in battle July 22, 1864 by the 4th Division forwarded to Chattanooga, Tenn.
Choate, James EdwardCpl.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka ca. 1835 - 18 July 1863.
Cobb, James H.Pvt.Pvt.04/29/1862Corinth Born NC. Died at Atlanta, Jan. 29, 1863.
Davis, JohnPvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka18Died at Tunnel Hill, Oct. 13, 1862.
Dean, John CalvinPvt.Sgt.03/19/1862Iuka Promoted from Pvt. to Cpl. Dec. 11, 1862. Roll of Honor battle of Chickamauga, GA. 7/7/1841 - 10/27/1921 buried Palestine Cemetery, Iuka, Tishomingo Co. MS
Deaton, J. E. W.Pvt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka21Was from the 26th MS and transferred back.[2]
Dodd, DavidPvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka50Nov. and Dec. 1862 Deserted, published as such Dec. 23, 1862 in consequence of long absence.
Dougherty, WilliamPvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka25Killed in the Battle of Chickamauga Sept. 19, 1863.
Embrey, BentonPvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka31July and Aug. 1862 AWOL. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Deserted, published as such Dec. 23, 1862 in consequence of long absence.
Felker, AlexanderPvt.Sgt.03/19/1862Iuka39Jan. and Feb. 1863 Appointed 4th Sgt. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Ferguson, JamesPvt.Pvt.05/15/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 AWOL. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Reported a deserter in consequence of long absence.
Floyd, David C. Sr.Pvt.Pvt.01/16/1862Bolling Green KY52July and Aug 1862 Transferred to Co. H 32nd Miss. Regt., April 30, 62. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present under arrest. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Transferred to the 26th Miss. Regt. his former command.[2]
Floyd, J. M.Pvt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka29Was in Co. F 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Fuller, A.Pvt.Sgt.    
Gable, JamesPvt.Pvt.08/16/1862Iuka32Discharged 30 Aug. 1862.
Gardner, Gray L.Pvt.Pvt.04/29/1862Corinth Discharged 5 Dec. 1862, and final statement given. 5/15/1828 - 10/21/1904 buried Bethany Cemetery, Tishomingo Co. MS
Garrett, J. W.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka42Buried in Winchester City Cemetery, TN. Marker reads" Pvt. J.W. Garrett Co. C 1820/1863."
Gibson, M. S.Pvt.Sgt.08/16/1861Iuka Was in 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Grisham, William A. W.Pvt.Cpl.05/15/1862Corinth Died at hospital in Chattanooga, May 4, 1863.
Gurley, William H.Pvt.Pvt.05/15/1862Corinth Nov. and Dec. 1862 AWOL. March and April 1863 Dropped from the roll as a deserter on account of long absence. 1830 - 1919 buried Tishomingo Co. MS?
Hanks, Mathew E.Sgt.Sgt.03/19/1862Iuka35Buried in Arkansas.
Harp, ElzaPvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka32Jan. and Feb. 1863 AWOL. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Died Dec. 19, 1863. Amount of money left $3.00.
Harp, John Jr.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka29Discharged from hospital March 9, 1863 and final statement given.
Harp, John Sr.Pvt.Pvt.08/19/1862Iuka49Transferred from the 26th MS.[2] Discharged 4 July 1862. (year of enlistment must be wrong)
Harris, J. H.Pvt.Pvt.    
Harvey, James B.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka21May and June 1862 Absent at Lauderdale Springs hospital. Nov. and Dec. 1862 AWOL. July and Aug. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Atlanta, July 13. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, sent to general hospital, Feb. 6, 1864, by order of surgeon. March and April 1864 Died at Hospital Griffin, Ga. of Chronic Dirreaha, March 1, 1864. Register, amount of money left $99.00--list of Miss. soldiers who died at Quintard Gen. Hospital, Griffin, Ga., and Meridian, Miss. list dated Macon, Miss., March 20, 1866, admitted Feb. 5, 1864, died March 1, 1864, Griffin, Ga., grave marked.
Harvey, John A. 2nd Lt.03/19/1862Iuka26 
Harvey, T. E.Pvt.Pvt.08/19/1862Iuka19Nov. and Dec. 1862 Under arrest. Was in the 26th MS and transferred back.[2]
Harvey, Thomas J. 1st Cpl.03/19/1862Iuka23May and June 1862 Absent, sent from Corinth, sick. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, sick in hospital Graysville, GA. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Sick in hospital Chattanooga, TN since Nov. 1, 62. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Supposed dead and dropped from the roll by order of Lt. Col. Carlton, Oct. 31, 1863.
Hill, M. C.Pvt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka July and Aug. 1862 Sick-in hospital Graysville, GA. Nov. and Dec. 1862 AWOL. Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Hodges, B/D. D.Pvt.Sgt.08/19/1861Iuka16Nov. and Dec. 1862 Promoted from Pvt. to 4th Sgt. Dec. 11, 1862. Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Holly, J. ThomasPvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka21May and June 1862 Absent, sent from Corinth, sick. July and Aug. 1862 Sick in hospital Graysville, GA. March and April 1863 Present on extra duty. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Killed in the Battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863.
Hopkins, John I. C.Pvt.Sgt.    
James, John Pvt.   10/5/1846 - 3/15/1930 buried Linn Baptist Cemetery, Linn MS. Only record found of him.
Jarrett, G. W.Pvt.Pvt.    
Jordan, John M.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka19July and Aug. 1862 Transferred to Co. K Aug. 25, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Wounded at Perryville, KY. Furloughed to hospital, to MS.
King, William M.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka24July and Aug. 1863 Absent, detached in pioneer corps by order of Gen. Bragg Aug. 8, 1863.
Lindsey, HarlanPvt.Sgt.03/19/1862Iuka29Appointed 5th Sgt. Jan.
Lindsey, Matthew C.Pvt.Pvt.05/07/1861  Joined by transfer Oct. 16, 1863, from the l7th Miss., Regt. March and April 1864 Deserted March 1, 1864, dropped March 9, 1864.
Lindsey, Valentine T.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862 21July and Aug. 1862 AWOL. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Killed in the battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863.
Lindsey, WilliamPvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka44July and Aug. 1862 AWOL.
Loveless, J. M.Pvt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka Was in the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Martin, H. H.Pvt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka23July and Aug. 1862 AWOL. Nov. and Dec. 1862 AWOL. Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Mauldin, WilliamPvt.Pvt.01/20/1862Iuka May and June 1862 Sent from Corinth sick. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Deserted, published as such Dec. 23, 1862, in consequence of long absence.
McCollum, Hiram D.Pvt.Sgt.03/28/1862Corinth26Was in Co. G & K 26th MS. Escaped capture at Ft. Donelson Feb. 16, 1862. Assigned to the 32nd. Transferred to Co. F 6/3/1862. Appointed 4th Sgt. Aug. 22, 1862. Left Perryville, Ky., wounded Oct. 8, 62. Captured the next day. Assigned back to the 26th Jan. 10, 1863 after the 26th had been exchanged and reorganized. 12/2/1835-9/3/1921 bur. Marietta Church Cem. Prentiss Co. MS.
McCoy, Isaac WilsonSgt.Pvt.    
McGehee, G. C.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka Died at home June 25, 1862.
McKay, Isaac W.Sgt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka21Nov. and Dec. 1862 Left near Perryville, KY sick Oct. 9, since captured and paroled. March and April 1863 On extra duty. Captured Oct. 12, 1862, Harrodsburg, KY. Killed September 20, 1863, Chickamauga, TN.
McKay, James WilsonSgt.Pvt.    
Milford, G. M.Pvt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka26July and Aug. 1862 Sick in hospital Graysville, GA. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Sick in hospital Dalton, Ga., reduce to rank from 1st Sgt Dec. 11, 1862. Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Millsaps, Edward T.Pvt.Cpl.03/19/1862Iuka37May and June 1862 On sick furlough. July and Aug. 1862 Sick in hospital Graysville, GA. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Appointed Cpl. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Furloughed under Gen. Order No. 227 Feb. 3, 1864, AWOL since Feb. 27, 1864. March and April 1864 Dropped from roll as deserter March 21, 1864.
Moore, Hugh B/R.Pvt.Pvt.11/21/1862McMinnville TN  
Moore, John JayPvt.Pvt.05/15/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Sent from Corinth, sick. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Reduced to rank from 5th Sgt. Dec. 11, absent on sick leave. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Sent to Winchester hospital, Jan. 20, 1863. March and April 1863 Present. July and Aug. 1863 Sent to hospital by surgeon Aug. 24, 1863. Nov. and Dec. 1863 AWOL in MS Dec. 30, 1863. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Present.
Moore, Samuel J.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka32May and June 1862 Sent from Corinth, sick. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Died at home Dec. 27, 1862.
Norman, William T.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka19May and June 1862 Absent, sent from Corinth sick. March and April 1863 Present, on extra duty. July and Aug. 1863 Dropped from roll as deserter Aug. 6, 1863.
Pace, D. W.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka27Died 13 Nov. 1862.
Paden, D. N.Jr. 2nd Lt.Jr. 2nd Lt.03/19/1862Iuka32Died at home June 10, 1862.
Paden, D. R.1st Lt.1st Lt.03/19/1862Iuka26July and Aug. 1862 Present. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Resignation excepted Nov. 6, 1862.
Paden, Thomas G.Pvt.Pvt.04/29/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Absent, sent from Corinth, sick. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Paden, William D.Jr. 2nd Lt.2nd Lt.   Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present, detailed as acting A.A.S. Feb. 24, 1863. July and Aug. through Sept and Oct. 1863 Detached on conscript and recruiting in MS, Aug. 2, 1863. Nov. and Dec. 1863 and Jan. and Feb. 1864 Detailed in A.C.S. Dec. 17, 1863.
Parsons, RaymondPvt.Pvt.12/18/1861Iuka43May and June 1862 Absent, sent from Corinth, sick. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Deserted, published as such, Dec. 23, 1862, in consequence of long absence.
Pittman, JoshuaPvt.Pvt.   Name appears on a list of Confederate prisoners forwarded to Columbus, KY from Corinth, Miss., Oct. 9, 1862.
Price, H. N.Pvt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka20May and June1862 Absent, sent from Corinth, sick. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Not stated. Was from the 26th MS and transferred back.[2]
Robinson, William A.Sgt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka32May and June 1862 Absent, sent from Corinth, sick. July and Aug. - Nov. and Dec. 1863 AWOL. Was in the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Spurgeon, James S.Pvt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka22May and June 1862 Absent, sent from Corinth sick. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL. Nov. and Dec. 1862 AWOL. Was in the 26th MS, no record of his transferring back. Died in war. [2]
Stewart, Wiley S.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka37Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, sent to hospital from Wartrace, Dec. 27, 1862. March and April 1863 Absent, sent to interior hospital April 15, 1863. March and April 1864 Deserted camp March 1, 1864, dropped March 9.
Storment, Francis M.Pvt.Pvt.03/01/1863Tishomingo Co. March and April 1863 Present, enlisted since last muster, joined by enlistment. July and Aug. 1863 Present, bounty due $50.00. Buried Franklin, TN.
Storment, J. M.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka49July and Aug. 1862 Discharged 7 August 1862.
Storment, John D. Jr.Pvt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka May and June 1862 Present. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Transferred to the 26th Miss. Regt. his former command by order of Gen. Bragg.[2] Jan. and Feb. 1864 Present, joined by transfer from the 26th Miss. Regt. by order from the war dept. Feb. 11, 1864. March and April 1864 Present, commutation for 12 months due him.
Storment, John D. Sr.  03/19/1862Iuka53May and June 1862 Absent, sent from Corinth, sick. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, sent to interior hospital from Wartrace, TN Dec. 27, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Chattanooga, Feb. by order of Gen. Cleburn. March and April 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Chattanooga, Tenn. as nurse by order of Gen. Cleburn. Feb. 15, 63, now sick in hospital. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Discharged from hospital sometimes in May 1863, commanding officer not notified. Name appears on a list of prisoners of war captured within the district of Corinth MS and forwarded to Memphis, TN for exchange Sept. 16, 1863 not dated, Captured Tishomingo Co. MS. Died in Alton, IL prison 01/05/64
Storment, JosephPvt.Pvt.    
Storment, William D.Cpl.Bvt. 2nd Lt.03/19/1862 21Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present, promoted from Cpl. to 3rd Sgt. Dec. 11, 1862. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Present, commutation due him from Oct. 8, 62, to the time of his election Jan. 22, 1863. Applied for pension in Gibson Co. TN.
Strawn, M. W.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka34July and Aug. 1862 Absent, sick Cartage. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, left sick at Cartage, Tenn., Sept. 10, since captured and Paroled. Jan. and Feb. 1863 AWOL. March and April 1863 Dropped from the roll as a deserter on account of long absence.
Tankersley, James H.Capt.Capt.03/16/1862Iuka26Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, captured at Bardstown, paroled and sent to Chattanooga, for exchange. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present. May and June 1863 Absent, detached on duty in conscript and recruiting in MS. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, captured by the enemy in MS Jan. 23, 1864.
Tankersley, William A.Pvt.Pvt.05/15/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 Absent, detailed at hospital Graysville, 19 Aug. May and June 1863 Absent, detailed in medical dept. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, furloughed from Feb. 12, 64, for 26 days by order of Gen. Johnston. Paroled at Greensboro, NC May 1, 1865.
Tennison, H. F.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka24 
Tennison, J. H.Pvt.Pvt.    
Tennison, T. F.Pvt.Pvt.08/19/1861 23May and June 1862 Absent, sent from Corinth, sick. July and Aug. 1862 Present. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, detached as teamster, Div. train. Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Tennison, William C.Pvt.Cpl.08/19/1861Iuka19March 19, 1862 Transferred from fragments of the 26th MS Vol. which was captured at Donelson. May and June 1862 Absent, sent form Corinth sick. July and Aug. 1862 Present. July and Aug. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital by surgeon 28 Aug. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Transferred to Co. A 26th Miss., Regt., by order of War Dept. Feb. 11, 1864.[2]
Thomlinson, William J.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862   
Tucker, J. P.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka24May and June 1862 Present. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, sick in hospital Graysville. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Discharged Nov. 1, 1862, and final statement given.
Tucker, J. T.Pvt.Pvt.    
Vanpelt, AbePvt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka20July and Aug. 1862 Absent, detached pioneer battalion. Was in the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Wamick, N. T.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka May and June 1862 Died at hospital, Corinth May 25, 1862.
Watson, James S.Pvt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka28July and Aug. 1862 Absent, sick at Graysville. Was from the 26th MS. No record after this muster.
Whitfield, J. J.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka July and Aug. 1862 Absent, sick at Graysville, GA Name appears on a register, C.S.A. Port Hospital, Dalton, GA, injury or disease, Dirreah, admitted Oct. 2, 1862, discharged from service, Oct. 22, 1862.
Wilhelms, Michael L.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka30May and June 1862 Present. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, sick at Graysville, GA Sept. and Oct. 1863 Transferred to Co. E 17th Miss. Regt. Oct. 16, 1863, and final statement given.
Wimbish, George R.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka May and June 1862 Absent, sent from Corinth sick. March and April 1863 Dropped from the roll as a deserter on account of long absence.
Womack, William P.Pvt.Pvt.04/29/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Absent, sent from Baldwyn sick. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present, appointed Cpl. Jan. May and June 1863 Absent, detailed guarding stock. July and Aug. 1863 Dropped from the roll as a deserter Aug. 5, 1863. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Present, dropped from the roll as deserter Aug. 6, 63, joined from desertion Jan. 21, 1864.March and April 1864 Present, commutation for 12 months due him. 1/14/1831-1/10/1898 bur. Baldwyn Cem. Baldwyn MS.
Wright, B.Pvt.Pvt.03/09/1862Iuka39May and June 1862 Present. July and Aug. 1862 Died 15 July 1862.
Wright, WilliamPvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka41May and June 1862 Absent, at Lauderdale Springs, Hospital. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, sick at Graysville, GA Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, sent to interior hospital from Wartrace, Dec. 27. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, sent to Winchester hospital Dec. 27, 62. March and April 1863 Absent, sent to hospital at Winchester, TN Dec. 27, 62, now sick in hospital Atlanta, GA Sept. and Oct. 1863 Present. March and April 1864 Absent, detached under Gen. Order #105, as teamster in supply train, April 17, Gen. Johnston.
Wright, William J/T.Pvt.Cpl.08/19/1861Iuka Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present, promoted from Pvt. to Cpl. Dec. 11, 1862. Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.
Yancey, Samuel N.Pvt.Pvt.03/19/1862Iuka May and June 1862 Absent, sent from Corinth sick. March and April 1863 Present, on extra duty. March and April 1864 Present.
Company I     Johnston Avengers
Aiken, EdwardPvt.Pvt.08/24/1861Iuka45Transferred to the 26th Miss.[2]
Barnett, J. W. N.Pvt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka2210 Jan. 63, transferred to the 26th Miss. Regt.[2]
Barnett, Robert C.Pvt.Pvt.05/03/1862Corinth Deserted Jan. 22, 1863, dropped from roll.
Barnett, T. B/P.Sgt.Pvt.08/24/1861Iuka23July-Aug 1862 muster, reduced 27 Aug. 62 from 5th Sgt. to Pvt. Nov-Dec 1862 muster. in arrest. 10 Jan. 63, transferred to 26th Miss. Regt.[2]
Barnett, W. N.Pvt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka Nov-Dec 1862 muster, dropped from the roll as a deserter.
Barrett, James N.Pvt.Pvt.05/03/1862Corinth Deserted at Tunnel Hill, Ga. Feb. 18, 1864. Residence Itawamba County, MS. Complexion light, hair brown, eyes dark, height 5'7". 3/8/1842 - 9/27/1911 buried Piney Grove Cem. Prentiss Co.
Beam, D. C.Pvt.Pvt.11/20/1861Iuka2110 Jan. 63, transferred to 26th Miss. Regt.[2]
Blassingame, JohnPvt.Pvt.08/24/1861Iuka27Nov-Dec 1862 muster, dropped from the roll as a deserter due to long absence.
Blassingame, William F.Pvt.Pvt.03/25/1862Corinth33July-Aug 1862 muster, absent without leave in MS. Nov-Dec 1862 muster, dropped from the roll as a deserter in consequence of long absence.
Brown, JamesPvt.Pvt.    
Browning, Franklin T.Pvt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka July-Aug 1863 muster: AWOL in MS. Nov-Dec 1862 Muster: was sick when last heard from 6 months ago, supposed dead. Dropped from the roll. (date problem?)
Bugg, CoonPvt.Pvt.09/05/1861Iuka27May-June and Nov-Dec 1862 muster: in arrest. From 26th MS Inf., transferred back.
Burns, S. A.Pvt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka28July-Aug 1862 muster: AWOL in MS. Nov-Dec 1862 muster: dropped from the roll as a deserter in consequence of long absence. Name appears on a list of Confederate prisoners of war paroled by the Federals and reported to Maj. N.G. Watts, C.S.A. agent for exchange of prisoners at Vicksburg, MS, not dated.
Butler, GeorgePvt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka29Was from 26th MS Inf., transferred back 10 Jan. 63
Campbell, C. C.Pvt.Pvt.05/03/1862Corinth Roll of Honor battle of Chickamauga, GA. Killed in the Battle of Chickamauga Sept. 20, 1863.
Carter, G. D.Pvt.Pvt.08/18/1861Iuka30Died 14 Aug. 1862.
Coats, John P.Pvt.Pvt.    
Daren, John HamptonPvt.Pvt.10/05/1861Iuka16Was from the 26th MS Infantry and transferred back.[2]
Davenport, W. R.Cpl.Cpl.    
Davis, F. A.Pvt.Pvt.08/24/1861Iuka29July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Deserted, dropped from the roll. Was sick when last heard from 6 months ago. Supposedly died.
Dougherty, W. R. 4th Cpl09/05/1862Iuka Was from the 26th MS and transferred back.[2]
Duke, JohnPvt.Pvt.09/09/1861Iuka Was from the 26th MS and transferred back.[2]
Elder, E. F.Cpl.Cpl.08/24/1861Iuka22Nov. and Dec. 1862 In arrest. Was from the 26th MS and transferred back.[2]
Ferguson, W. S.     Residence Hichory, MS--name appears on a roll of prisoners of war.
Foster, G. W.Cpl.Cpl.09/01/1861Iuka26Was in Co. F 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Foster, J. W.Cpl.Cpl.08/24/1861Iuka26 
Fowler, R. T.Pvt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka  
Gibson, F. E.Pvt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka May and June 1862 Deserted.
Gibson, James H.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth24Wounded in the Battle of Ringgold, GA Nov. 27, 1863. Sent to hospital Atlanta, GA. 9/18/1840 - 4/12/1906 buried Union Cemetery, Kossuth, Alcorn Co. MS
Gilmore, JohnPvt.Pvt.08/24/1861Iuka Was in 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Gray, DanielPvt.Pvt.09/05/1861Iuka Discharged May 26, 1862, received bounty, no final statement.
Henderson, J. H.Pvt.Pvt.    
Henderson, JabezPvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Corinth18May and June 1863 Present, detailed with provost guard by order of Gen. Bragg.
Henderson, JohnPvt.Pvt.08/24/1861Iuka19Born in MS. Deceased 24 May 1862 at home.
Holloway, JohnPvt.Pvt.08/24/1861Iuka22May and June 1862 Absent, sent from Corinth, May 27, sick. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Dropped from the roll as a deserter in consequence of long absence.
Jackson, RobertPvt.Pvt.09/05/1861Iuka Nov. and Dec. 1862 Dropped from the roll as a deserter in consequence of long absence.
Johnican, W. C.Pvt.Pvt.09/05/1861 18Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, left at Shelbyville, sick Dec. 5, 1862. Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Jones, J. D.Pvt.Pvt.09/05/1861  May and June 1862 Absent, sent from Corinth, May 27, sick. Was from the 26th and transferred back.[2]
Jones, W. M.Pvt.Pvt.    
Joslin, J. A.Pvt.Pvt.09/05/1861Iuka Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present in arrest. Was from the 26th MS and transferred back.[2]
Kemp, E. W.Pvt.Pvt.04/29/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, left in Wartrace, TN sick, Dec. 27, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Dropped from the roll for long continued absence, deserted.
Kemp, J. C.Pvt.Pvt.08/24/1861Iuka36Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Kemp, J. L.Pvt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka34Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Kemp, JohnPvt.Pvt.    
Kennedy, B/D. P.Pvt.Pvt.03/25/1862Corinth26Nov. and Dec. 1863 Present, guarding at brigade commissary.
Larue, A. A.Pvt.Pvt.09/05/1861Iuka20Nov. and Dec. 1862 Dropped from the roll as a deserter in consequence of long absence.
Lockwood, JohnPvt.Pvt.09/05/1861Iuka May and June 1862 Deserted.
Martin, R. C.Pvt.Pvt.08/24/1861Iuka May and June 1862 Deserted.
Matthews, F. M.Pvt.Pvt.08/24/1861Iuka20May and June 1862 Absent, pioneer, sick at home. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, AWOL in MS. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Dropped from the roll as a deserter in consequence of long absence.
Matthews, William C.Pvt.Pvt.09/05/1861Iuka July and Aug. 1862 Absent, AWOL, whereabouts unknown. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Dropped from the roll as a deserter in consequence of long absence.
McAnally, A. M.Cpl.Pvt.08/24/1861Iuka27July and Aug. 1862 Left sick at Graysville, 27 Aug. 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Reduced to rank Nov. 20, 1862. Was in the 26th MS and transferred back.[2]
McAnally, Thomas  09/??/186?Iuka22 
McCorkle, L. W.Pvt.Pvt.   Name appears on a list of prisoners of war received at Camp Douglas, IL Sept. 23, 1862 from Corinth, MS. Complexion fair, hair black, eyes blue, height 6'1", occupatlon farmer.
McDonald, W. W.Pvt.Pvt.08/24/1861Iuka Discharged May 15, made final statement.
McDougal,  Sgt.Pvt.    
McLaren, A. A.Pvt.Pvt.08/24/1861Iuka May and June 1862 Extra duty in commissary dept. July and Aug. 1862 Detailed in commissary dept., 25 March. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Detailed in commissary dept., 25 March. Was from the 26th MS, returned Jan. 10 1863.
McQuilliams, R. A.Pvt.Pvt.08/24/1861Iuka22May and June 1862 Sent from Corinth, May 27, sick. July and Aug. 1862 Left sick at Sequatchie Valley, 1 Sept. Nov. and Dec. 1862 In arrest. Was from the 26th MS, returned 10 Jan. 1863.
Middleton, R. R.Pvt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka45May and June 1862 Sick at home near Rienzi. July and Aug. 1862 Left sick beyond Glasgow, 13 Sept. Jan. and Feb. 1863 AWOL in AL since 22 Jan. May and June 1863 Deserted 22 Jan. 63, dropped from the roll.
Miller, JamesPvt.Pvt.03/25/1862Iuka36Discharged May 26, 1863, made final statement.
Monroe, JamesPvt.Pvt.02/05/1863Enterprise March and April 1863 Joined by enlistment. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Deserted Sept. 2, 1863.
Mullins, WilliamPvt.Pvt.09/05/1861Iuka May and June 1862 Wounded at Donelson, not able for duty. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Dropped from the roll as a deserter in consequence of long absence.
Myrick, J. H.Pvt.Pvt.03/13/1862Kossuth20May and June 1862 Transferred to Co. I of this Regt. March 30, 1862. May and June 1862 Absent, sick near Kossuth. July and Aug. 1862 Died off from Regt. in July. Born in AL. Deceased 15 August 1862, near Kossuth.
Nash, DanielPvt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka Name appears on a regimental return for the month of June 1862, date June 1, 1862, place Tishomingo Co. Died of wounds received at Ft. Donelson. Name appears on a register of officers and soldiers of the Army of the Confederate States who were killed in battle or who died of wounds or disease. Born in Arkansas, deceased 20 May 1862, at home in Tishomingo Co. MS.
Nash, JamesPvt.Pvt.    
Nash, JohnPvt.Pvt.08/24/1861Iuka May and June 1862 AWOL, good character. July and Aug. 1862 Present, bounty $50.00, commutation $25.00. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Died Nov. 22, 1862. Name appears on a register of officers and soldiers of the Army of the Confederate States who were killed In battle or who died of wounds or disease. Born in MS. Deceased 22 Nov. 1862, Estelle Springs, TN. Buried in Winchester City Cemetery.
Nichols, StephenPvt.Pvt.03/03/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Absent, sent from Corinth May 27, sick. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Dropped from the roll as a deserter in consequence of long absence.
Orr, F. M.Pvt.Pvt.09/05/1861Iuka July and Aug. 1862 Absent, AWOL, whereabouts unknown. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Dropped from the roll as a deserter in consequence of long absence.
Orr, W. T.Pvt.Pvt.09/05/1861Iuka May and June 1862 Pioneer, Army of the Mississippi.
Parker, LeonidasSgt.Sgt.08/24/1861Iuka23July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left sick at Red Sulpher Springs, 11 Sept. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, paroled at Camp Chattanooga. Was in the 26th MS and transferred back 10 Jan. 1863.[2] Name appears on a list of mechanics 3rd Corps, Army of the Mississippi, list not dated, occupation painter.
Parks, D. L.Pvt.Pvt.06/01/1861Pocohontas TN March and April 1864 Transferred from 5th Confederate Regt., May 1, 1864, by order of Gen. Hardee. Paroled at Greensboro, N.C. May 1, 1865.
Perguson, J. L.1st Lt.1st Lt.    
Pinkston, H. M.Pvt.Pvt.09/05/1861Iuka May and June 1862 Absent, sick near Corinth, not able to get away. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Dropped from the roll as a deserter in consequence of long absence.
Plaxico, S. B.Pvt.Cpl.08/24/1861Iuka May and June 1862 Absent, supposed to be taken by the enemy and paroled. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, promoted 15 Aug., left sick at Red Springs 11 Sept. Was from the 26th MS, returned to it.[2]
Purgason, Joseph L.1st Lt.1st Lt.08/19/1861Iuka26Jan. and Feb. 1863 Detailed to enlist conscripts In Mississippi. March and April 1864 Absent, detached as recruiting officer In Miss., Jan. 31, 63, by order of Gen. Hardee. Name appears on a list of prisoners of war captured near Camp Davis, MS and forwarded to Corinth, MS May 5, 1863, list not dated, captured near Camp Davis May 4, 1863. Oath of allegiance: residence Tishomingo Co. MS, complexion fair, hair light, eyes blue, height 5'10". Name appears on a list at Camp Chase Gen. Hospital, Columbus, OH, complaint Small Pox, admitted Jan. 22, 1864.
Raper, JamesPvt.Pvt.    
Raper, JosephPvt.Pvt.09/02/1861Iuka27July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left sick at Graysville, 27 Aug. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, teamster In Major Norris's train. Was from the 26th MS and transferred back.[2]
Reed, LeroyPvt.Pvt.08/19/1861Corinth27May and June 1862 AWOL, good character. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Dropped from the roll as a deserter in consequence of long absence.
Reeves, L. F.Pvt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka May and June 1862 Pioneer In Army of Mississippi. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war, Dept. of the Cumberland, captured Stone River, died Jan. 7, 1863, cause of death gunshot wound, place of death Murphreesboro, TN.
Richardson, JohnMusicianPvt.08/19/1861Iuka27May and June 1862 Present, musician till 15 June, then placed in ranks. July and Aug. 1862 Present. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present, in arrest. Was with the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Rinehart, George H.Pvt.Pvt.03/07/1862Iuka18May and June 1862 Absent, sent from Corinth May 27 sick. March and April 1864 Present.
Rinehart, Giles1st Sgt.1st Sgt.08/19/1861Iuka26Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present, in arrest. Was in the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Rinehart, JeffersonPvt.Pvt.03/25/1862Iuka33May and June 1862 Present, extra duty, waggoneer. July and Aug. 1862 Present. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Died Nov. 11, 1862. Register, born In MS, deceased 11 Nov. 62, Eaten Springs. Marker in Winchester City Cemetery, TN reads "Pvt. Jefferson Rhinehart Co. I 11/11/1862."
Rinehart, John2nd Lt.2nd Lt.08/19/1861Iuka24July and Aug, 1862 Absent, leave of absence 25 Aug., not yet reported for duty. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Dropped from the roll as a deserter in consequence of long absence.
Rinehart, John A.Pvt.Pvt.03/25/1862Iuka33May and June 1862 Absent, sent from Corinth, May 27, sick. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, in parole camp at Chattanooga. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Absent, wounded in the battle of Taylor's Ridge, Nov. 27, sent to the hospital by order of surgeon. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, wounded in the battle of Taylor's Ridge, sent to hospital Nov. 27, 1863. March and April 1864 Absent, furloughed Dec. 29, 63, for 30 days since reported unable to return.
Robinson, D. GreenPvt.Pvt.04/28/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Absent, supposed near Kossuth, left May 27 sick. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, sick at Sequatchie Valley 1 Sept. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Extra duty in commissary dept. March and April 1863 Present. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Transferred to Co. D 32nd Miss. Regt. Jan. 1, 1864 by order of Col. Hardcastle. March and April 1864 Present. Applied for pension from McNairy Co. TN. Buried Essary Springs Cem. Hardeman Co. TN.
Robinson, E.G.Cpl.Pvt.09/05/1861Iuka42July and Aug. 1862 Present, reduced 25 July, in teamster 15 Aug. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present, teamster since July 25, 1862. Was om the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Robinson, WilliamPvt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka Discharged 4 July, final statement given.
Rogers, D. M.Pvt.Pvt.08/24/1861Iuka21May and June 1862 Absent, furloughed June 26 to July 11. July and Aug. 1862 Present. Was in the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Rogers, David P.Capt.Capt.09/09/I861Iuka25Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present, in arrest. July and Aug. 1863 Absent, detached Aug. 4, report to Gen. Pillow, by order of Gen. Bragg. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, detached in Commissary Dept. Aberdeen, MS. Was killed by the enemy while at Aberdeen, Miss., Feb. 18, 64, while on detached service. Died 18 Feb 1864 at Aberdeen, MS in skirmish with 9th Il. Cav. and buried there.
Rogers, W. T.  08/24/1861Iuka21Transferred in from the 26th MS.[2] No further record.
Sanders, Jacob W.Pvt.Pvt.09/05/1861Iuka May and June 1862 Absent, sent from Corinth, May 27, sick. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Alteration, dropped from the roll, was sick when heard from 6 months ago, supposed dead.
Shamblin, BirdPvt.Pvt.08/18/1861Iuka May and June 1862 Absent, sent from Corinth May 27, sick. July and Aug. 1862 Present, detailed as pioneer by Gen. Wood 26 August. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present, in arrest. Was from the 26th MS, transferred back 10 Jan. 1863.[2]
Shamblin, LarkinPvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Corinth24May and June 1862 Absent, sent home from Corinth May 27, sick. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war taken Harrodsburg, KY, shipped to Vicksburg, Nov. 12, 1862. Was from the 26th MS, transferred back 10 Jan. 1863.[2]
Shamblin, LindseyPvt.Pvt.08/18/1861Iuka Was from the 26th MS, transferred back 10 Jan. 1863.[2]
Sharp, D. H.Pvt.Pvt.09/05/1861Iuka May and June 1862 Absent, detached as scout 25 March. Was from the 26th MS, transferred back 10 Jan. 1863.[2]
Simms, HezekiahPvt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Tupelo, sick 25 July. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present. Was in the 26th MS, transferred back 10 Jan. 1863.
Sims, John A.Pvt.Pvt.03/25/1862Corinth32May and June 1862 Absent, sent from Corinth May 27, sick. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left sick Cartage 9 Sept. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, in parole camp Chattanooga. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Detached in hospital at Chattanooga as nurse Feb. 11. March and April 1863 Absent, detached as hospital nurse in Chattanooga, Feb. 10. May and June 1863 Detached as hospital nurse Feb. 1, 63, in Chattanooga by order of Gen. Bragg, since returned. July and Aug. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Aug. by order of surgeon. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Aug. by order of surgeon. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital Aug. 11, 63, by order of surgeon. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, sent to hospital Aug. 11, 1863. March and April 1864. Absent, sent to hospital Aug. 11, 1863, by order surgeon.
Smith, CulpepperCpl.Cpl.09/05/1861Corinth22May and June 1862 Died since sent from Corinth. Born in NC, deceased 10 June 1862 at home Tishomingo Co. MS.
Smith, Elisha T.Pvt.2nd Lt.05/10/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Present, as musician, bounty $25 commutation, $50. July and Aug. 1862 Present, promoted 27 August. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Not stated, promoted from 5th Sgt. to 1st Sgt. 10 Jan. 63. May and June 1863 Present, promoted to 2nd Lt. from 1st Sgt. June 22, 1863. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Absent, furloughed home in Miss., 26 days Feb. 8, 1864. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured near. Decater, GA July 22, 1864. Oath of allegiance: residence Booneville MS, age 31, complexion dark, hair dark, eyes hazel, height 5'8".
Smith, M. K.Pvt.Pvt.09/05/1861Iuka17Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present, in arrest. Was from the 26th MS, transferred back 10 Jan. 1863.
Smith, R. A.Pvt.Pvt.09/05/1861Iuka18May and June 1862 Present, under arrest in confinement. July and Aug. 1862 Present. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present, in arrest. Was from the 26th MS, transferred back 10 Jan. 1863.[2]
Smith, W. T.Pvt.Pvt.09/05/1861Iuka May and June 1862 Discharged May 26, received bounty and commutation, no final statement.
Smith, William H.Pvt.Pvt.9/??/1862  Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, furloughed 60 days Nov. 25, 1862 hospital Knoxville Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, sick near Wetumpka, AL March and April 1863 Present. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, furloughed for 30 days. March and April 1864 Present.
Springer, J. D.Jr. 2nd Lt.Jr. 2nd Lt.09/05/1861Iuka21May and June 1862 Absent, sent to Corinth, sick to Rienzi, left Corinth May 27, was last seen at Rienzi. July and Aug. 1862 Present. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present, in arrest. Was with the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Stephens, AlfredPvt.Pvt.08/24/1861Iuka20May and June 1862 Absent, sent from Corinth, May 27, sick. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS Nov. and Dec, 1862 Present. Was from the 26th MS, transferred back 10 Jan. 1863.[2]
Stephenson, J. W.Pvt.Pvt.    
Stephenson, JamesPvt.Pvt.08/24/1861Iuka30Discharged May 26, 1862.
Stevens, A.Pvt.Pvt.    
Street, H. M.Pvt.Pvt.08/24/1861Iuka May and June 1862 Absent, detached at quartermaster dept. of West Point. Was with the 26th MS, transferred back 10 Jan. 1863.[2]
Thompson, J. F.Pvt.Pvt.    
Tidwell, G. W.Pvt.Pvt.    
Vanderford, T. J.MusicianPvt.08/24/1861Iuka23May and June 1862 Present, as musician. July and Aug. 1862 Present. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present, in arrest. Was in the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Vawters, J. N.Pvt.Pvt.09/13/1861Iuka May and June 1862 Absent, sent from Corinth May 27 sick. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS Nov. and Dec. 1862 Alteration, dropped from the roll, was sick when last heard from 6 months ago, supposed dead.
Voyles, E. E.Pvt.Pvt.05/03/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Absent, left on the road not able to travel, never heard from. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Dropped from the roll as a deserter in consequence of long absence.
Wallace, W.S.Pvt.Pvt.05/03/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Absent, left sick on the march from Corinth. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Dropped from the roll as a deserter in consequence of long absence.
Wayne, CiceroPvt.Pvt.08/24/1861Corinth May and June 1862 Discharged May 15, made final statement.
Weaver, M. A.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Corinth20May and June 1862 Present. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left at Graysville, sick 27 Aug. Nov. and Dec. 1862 AWOL 28 Aug. 62. Was from the 26, transferred back 10 Jan. 1863.
White, E. S.Pvt.Pvt.04/28/1862Corinth Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, wounded in the battle of Chickamauga, sent to hospital by order of surgeon. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Present. March and April 1864 Absent, furloughed home in Miss. for 26 days from 23 April 64, by order of Gen. Johnston.
White, J. R.Pvt.Pvt.04/28/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Absent, in hospital at Lauderdale Springs. July and Aug. 1863 Died 18 July, Born in GA, deceased 18 July 1862, Tupelo, MS.
White, JamesPvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Corinth30May and June 1862 Deserted.
White, S. C.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Corinth Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Wyatt, C. W.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Corinth28May and June 1862 Present, bounty $50. Commutation $25. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present, in arrest. Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.
Wyatt, W. A.Sgt.Sgt.   May and June 1862 Present, Pvt. till March 25, bounty, $50. commutation $25. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left sick at Graysville, 27 Aug. Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Young, IsaacPvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Absent, furloughed on account of wounds received at Ft. Donelson. July and Aug. 1862 Present. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present, in arrest. Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Young, J. T.Pvt.Pvt.03/08/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 Absent, sick near Graysville, since 20 Aug. Jan. and Feb. 1863 10 Jan. 63, transferred to the 26th Miss. Regt., it being the Regt. to which he belonged previous to its capture at Donelson.[2] Name appears on a register of officers and soldiers of the Army of the Confederate States who were killed in battle or who died of wounds or disease, no. of certificate 6084 2MR, amount of money left $13.20.
Company K     Buckner Boys
Allen, C. W.Pvt.Cpl.   Promoted to 4th Cpl. Jan. 15, 1863
Allen, M. M.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka25Died June 3, 1862, at home in Tishomingo
Barnett, William M.Pvt.Pvt.05/12/1862Corinth Went AWOL June 8, 1862 and considered a deserter July 22, 1863. Returned from desertion Oct. 24, 1863. Entered hospital Nov. 6, 63. Complaint congestion of the brain. Died Griffin, Ga. Nov. 23, 1863, Grave marked.
Beard, WilliamPvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka25Transferred from 26th Miss. Infantry. July-Aug 1862 muster, transferred to Capt. Hyneman's Co. of sharpshooters. Captured Chapel Hill, Ky. Died Nov. 7, 1862, Perryville, Ky. Cause of death wound of the thigh and pneumonia.[2]
Boren, AlfredPvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth Detailed as a pioneer Aug. 26, 1862.
Boren, GeorgePvt.Cpl.04/30/1862Corinth July-Aug 1862 muster, detailed to drive wagon. Appointed 1st Cpl. Oct. 1, 1863.
Boren, John S.Pvt.Pvt.12/02/1863Tunnel Hill GA March-April 1864 muster, dropped from roll April 21, 1864 for continued absence after furlough.
Boren, Rufus N.Pvt.Pvt.    
Box, Jerry S.Pvt.Pvt.12/02/1861Iuka25Transferred to 26th Miss. Regt. Jan. 10, 1863.[2]
Brogden, T. M.Pvt.Pvt.05/12/1862Corinth Captured at Chaplin Hill, Ky. Died of wounded knee, amputated Nov. 23, 1862. Nov-Dec 1862 muster said he died about Nov. 8, 1862, Perryville hospital of wounds received in that battle Oct. 8, 1862.
Brown, RichardPvt.Cpl.    
Bryant, F. C.Sgt.2nd Lt.08/16/1861Iuka20 
Bryant, W. A.Pvt.Sgt.04/09/1861Corinth18Promoted to 1st Cpl. Jan. 1, 1863. Promoted from 1st Cpl. to 5th Sgt Oct. 1, 1863.
Burton, DanielPvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth  
Carroll, John A.Pvt.Cpl.11/27/1861Iuka29Deserted, dropped from the roll according to Gen. Order April 26, 1863. Present, returned from desertion May 18, 1863, order one month and one day wages be stopped, reduced from 1st Sgt. to private May 22, 1863. Appointed 4th Cpl. March 1, 1864.
Carroll, Joseph G.Pvt.Pvt.10/20/1861Iuka Died at hospital Tupelo, Miss. July 9, 1862.
Clampet, Lem H.Sgt.Sgt.08/16/1861Iuka40Was from 26th MS Inf., transferred back 1 Jan. 1863
Clingan, George W. Jr.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka17 
Clingan, George W. Sr.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka40Was from 26th MS Inf., transferred back 10 Jan. 1863
Cocher, C. B.Pvt.Pvt.    
Collier, AmosPvt.Pvt.10/01/1861Iuka29July-Aug 1862 muster: AWOL in MS. Was from the 26th MS Inf., transferred back Jan. 1, 1863.[2]
Cook, WilliamPvt.Pvt.03/25/1861Corinth24July and Aug. 1862 muster: AWOL. Was from the 26th MS Inf., transferred back without permission according to the Nov-Dec. 1862 muster report.
Crabb, Thomas W.Pvt.Sgt.05/12/1862Corinth Promoted to 4th Sgt. Jan. 15, 1863. Wounded in the Chickamauga battle Sept. 20, 1863, sent to the hospital. Roll of Honor battle of Chickamauga, GA.
Crossland, J. D.Pvt.Pvt.10/01/1861Iuka Discharged by order of Gen. Bragg, Aug. 27, 1862.
Crousie, J. B/C.Pvt.Pvt.12/02/1861Iuka Was from the 26th MS Infantry. Nov-Dec 1862 muster: returned to the 26th without permission.
Davis, William     Prisoner of war list Memphis, TN not dated.
Doss, Sebran P.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka42Was in the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Elkins, J. J.Pvt.Pvt.10/01/1861Iuka34Committed suicide June 8, 1862 at Tupelo, MS.
Elwood, W. A.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth Wounded at Missionary Ridge and sent to hospital. Furloughed home Dec. 1, 1863 for 40 days.
Floyd, David C. Jr.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka21Was in Co. F 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Floyd, David C. Sr.Pvt.Pvt.01/16/1862Bolling Green KY52July and Aug 1862 Transferred to Co. H 32nd Miss. Regt., April 30, 62. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Present under arrest. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Transferred to the 26th Miss. Regt. his former command.[2]
Floyd, JohnPvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka22July and Aug. 1862 AWOL. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Transferred to his old command the 26th Miss. Regt. Jan. 10, 1863.
Floyd, W. D.Pvt.Pvt.04/05/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1863 Deserted, dropped from the roll on account of long absence July 22, 1863. March and April 1864 Present in confinement, rejoined from desertion April 30, 1864. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of War.
Frost, John J.1st Sgt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka44Was in Co. F 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Goocher, C. B.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka23July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Was in the 26th MS and transferred back.[2]
Goodger, UlissesPvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth Wounded in Ringgold battle and sent to hospital and furloughed home Dec. 15, 1863 for 30 days. 7/28/1825-6/2/1908 buried Osborne Creek Church Cemetery, Prentiss Co. MS.
Green, James B.Jr. 2nd Lt.2nd Lt.08/16/1861Iuka Was in 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Green, John W.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth Jan. and Feb. 1864 Dropped from the roll on account of long absence. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war sent to Memphis to be exchanged, sent by J.H. Williams Provost Marshall, Gen. District, Columbus, KY, not dated.
Green, Lewis J.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka18Was in 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Green, William B.Pvt.Sgt.04/29/1862Corinth Name appears on a list of prisoners of war forwarded from Corinth, MS to Memphis Tenn. Feb. 19, 1863 for exchange, list not dated. Captured Feb. 15, 1863, Beech Springs, by Capt. Harrison's Scouts.
Gunn, JamesPvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka17 
Guyton, H.Pvt.Pvt.    
Guyton, James G.Pvt.Musician04/30/1862Corinth Nov. and Dec. 1863 Appointed drummer Oct. 1, 1863. Buried Crowville Cemetery in Crowville, Franklin Parish, LA.
Guyton, NathanielPvt.Pvt.12/02/1861Iuka23 
Hall, CarrollPvt.Pvt.    
Hardy, H. H.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth Born in GA. Deceased 1 Aug. 1862 Okolona MS of disease.
Hardy, John A.Pvt.Pvt.03/28/1862Corinth22Died Estell Springs, TN Nov. 13, 1862. Buried in Winchester City Cemetery.
Harris, WilliamPvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka Wounded at Perryville and furloughed from Chattanooga to MS. Transferred to old command the 26th Miss. Regt.[2]
Hartsfield, J. W.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Absent, sick at home. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Died at Tullehoma hospital of pneumonia Feb. 4, 1863.
Hartsfield, JacobPvt.Pvt.10/01/1861Iuka19Was in 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Higgins, David M.Cpl.Sgt.08/16/1861Iuka Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Higgins, William H/M.Pvt.Pvt.04/05/1862Marietta22May and June 1862 Transferred to Co. K 1 June 1862, joined by transfer 1 June 1862 from Co. F. March and April 1864 In confinement under going sentence of a general court martial. Prisoner of war captured at Ettawa, MS. Complexion light, hair amber, eyes hazel, height 5'9".
Holland, Andrew J.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka32May and June 1862 Left sick at private house near Corinth. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Deserted Confederate Service on or about 28th day of May 1862.
Hood, WilliamPvt.Pvt.05/14/1862Corinth May and June 1863 Sent to hospital June 25, 1863, by order of surgeon. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war captured near Franklin, TN Dec. 17, 1864. Discharged Camp Douglas, Dec. 20, 1864. Appears on a roll of prisoners of war at Camp Douglas, applying for oath of allegiance, claims to have been loyal, enlisted to avoid conscription, deserted to avail himself of amnesty proclamation.
Howell, A. J.Pvt.Pvt.09/09/1861Iuka Originally in Co. H 26th MS[2] and transferred back Jan. 10, 1863. 12/15/1838-2/1/1916 bur. Zions Rest Cem. Prentiss Co. MS.
Hudspeth, G. W.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 Died at hospital Okolona, Miss. Aug. 3, 1862. Company muster roll gives age as 25, muster roll dated April 8, 1862. Buried Confederate Cemetery, Okolona, MS.
Hudspeth, R. B.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 Died at hospital July 3, 1862. Born in TN.
Jenkins, John O.Sgt.Sgt.08/16/1861Iuka Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Jenkins, Willis S.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka23May and June 1862 Absent, pioneer. July and Aug. 1862 Died at hospital Tupelo, Miss. July 8, 1862.
Johnson, Thomas J. Jr.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka17Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, in hospital Atlanta, Ga., by order of surgeon, December 10, 1862. Was from the 26th MS and transferred back.[2]
Johnson, Thomas J. Sr.Pvt.Pvt.06/13/1862Tupelo  
Jordan, John M.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka19July and Aug. 1862 Transferred to Co. K Aug. 25, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Wounded at Perryville, KY. Furloughed to hospital, to MS.
Jordan, William A.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Kennedy, G. W.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1862  Died at hospital Tupelo, MS July 10, 1862.
Kizer, Benjamin J.Capt.Capt.08/18/1861Iuka25Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Kizer, David A.Pvt.Pvt.03/25/1862Corinth26Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Kizer, Francis M. Jr.Cpl.Sgt.08/16/1861 21Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Kizer, Francis M. Sr.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka40Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Kizer, George W.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861 18July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS Aug. 7, 1862. March and April 1864 Appointed Color Cpl. April 1, 1864. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of war.
Kizer, William J.Cpl.Cpl.08/16/1861Iuka19Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Landreth, John T.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka25Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Lemons, WilliamPvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka Nov. and Dec. 1862 In arrest. Was in the 26th MS and transferred back.[2]
Malone, Francis C.Pvt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka18Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Martin, Samuel G.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka41May and June 1862 Absent, never reported since the surrender of Ft. Donelson. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL. Transferred back to the 26th MS.[2]
Matthews, James M.Sgt.Sgt.08/16/1861Iuka30Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
McCollum, Hiram D.Pvt.Sgt.03/28/1862Corinth26Was in Co. G & K 26th MS. Escaped capture at Ft. Donelson Feb. 16, 1862. Assigned to the 32nd. Transferred to Co. F 6/3/1862. Appointed 4th Sgt. Aug. 22, 1862. Left Perryville, Ky., wounded Oct. 8, 62. Captured the next day. Assigned back to the 26th Jan. 10, 1863 after the 26th had been exchanged and reorganized. 12/2/1835-9/3/1921 bur. Marietta Church Cem. Prentiss Co. MS.
Miller, Benjamin B.Pvt.Sgt.11/27/1861Iuka26Jan. and Feb. 1863 Promoted to 3rd Sgt. Jan. 15, 63, in place of J.O. Jenkins, transferred to 26th Miss.
Miller, J. E.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 Left sick at Okolona, Miss. July 4, 1862. 9/10/1831 - 6/1/1914, buried Blue Mt. Cemtery
Miller, J. H.Pvt.Pvt.    
Miller, J. M.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka22Discharged by order of Gen. Bragg, July 3, 1862.
Miller, Thomas StevenPvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth 2/11/1828-8/?/1908 buried Hopewell Primitive Baptist Church Cem., Prentiss Co., MS
Miller, William F.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Sick at home. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Hospital Winchester, TN Dec. 26, 1863. July and Aug. 1863 Discharged from hospital July 10, 1863. Discharged July 24, 1863.
Mitchell, John S.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Sick 10 miles N.E. of Baldwyn, MS. July and Aug. 1862 Left sick at hospital Glasgow, KY Sept. 14. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Paroled and has returned home to MS. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Furloughed home under Gen. Order # 229, for 26 days from Feb. 2, 1864. March and April 1864 In confinement, rejoined from desertion, April 30, 1864. Dropped from the roll March 17, 64, for continued absence after expiration of furlough. Captured Tishomingo County, Mississippi, July 1864. Oath of Allegiance: complexion light, hair light, eyes blue, height 5'9".
Moore, John T. C.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka22July and Aug. 1862 Sick at hospital, Sparta, TN Sept. 6, 62. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Paroled and has returned home in MS. Was in the 26th MS, transferred back 1 Jan. 1863.[2]
Moore, WilliamPvt.Pvt.   Died June 19, 1862 in hospital at Tupelo, Mississippi.
Nonely, MosesPvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka18May and June 1862 Absent, supposed to be a prisoner. July and Aug. 1862 - Nov. and Dec. 1862 AWOL in MS. Was in the 26th MS, transferred back 1 Jan. 1863.
Norwood, D. L.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka20Deserted May 29, 1862.
Parton, James K.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka18May and June 1862 Present, never received bounty, $50.00. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, sick at hospital Graysville, Aug. 19, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Died in MS date unknown.
Patton, Doran Jr.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present, promoted 5th Sgt. Jan. 15, 1862. May and June 1863 Present, reduced from 5th Sgt. to ranks May 1, 1863. March and April 1864 Deserted March 2, 1864.
Pearce, Andrew J.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth Died Oct. 4, 63, from wounds received in the Battle of Chickamauga, Sept. 20, 1863, good soldier.
Pettit, Nathan P.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka28July and Aug. 1862 Sick In hospital Bardstown, KY. Sept. 24. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, paroled and has returned home to MS. Was in the 26th MS, transferred back 1 Jan. 1863.
Rankins, Robert J.Pvt.Pvt.10/01/1861Iuka37May and June 1862 Absent, sick In hospital in rear. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, sent to hospital Lauderdale Springs, June 8. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, hospital Lauderdale Springs, June 8, 1862. Was from the 26th MS, transferred back 1 Jan. 1863.[2]
Reeves, J. F.Pvt.Pvt.09/05/1861Iuka24May and June 1862 Present, sick In camp. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, left sick at Tupelo, July 27, 62. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, left at hospital Tupelo, MS July 25, 1862. Was with the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Robuck, William R.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka18Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, hospital Winchester, TN Dec. 26, 1862. Was in the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Rogers, Thomas JeffersonPvt.Cpl.10/01/1861Iuka30May and June 1862 Absent, pioneer. July and Aug. 1862 Transferred to Capt. Hawkin's Co. of sharpshooters. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war taken at Harrodsburg, KY. Sent to Vicksburg via Cairo, Dec. 5, 1862.
Ruban, W.Cpl.Cpl.09/05/1861Iuka26 
Russell, George W.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka18May and June 1862 Absent, sick in hospital in rear. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, sent to hospital Lauderdale Springs sick June 2. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Died Lauderdale Springs, date unknown.
Shook, HenryPvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka34July and Aug. 1862 Absent, sick in hospital Graysville, Aug. 10, 1862. Was from the 26th MS, returned without permission.[2]
Simmons, W. A.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka24May and June 1862 Absent, sick in hospital in rear. July and Aug. - Nov. and Dec. 1862 AWOL in MS. Was in the 26th MS, ordered back 10 Jan. 1863.
Skinner, Enoch A.Pvt.Pvt.10/01/1861Iuka Was from the 26th MS, transferred back 10 Jan. 1863.[2]
Stennett, Benjamin MerrittPvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, in hospital Winchester, Tenn., Dec. 15, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present. March and April 1864 Present.
Stennett, W. W.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Present, sick in hospital. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, AWOL in MS July 4, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 AWOL since July 21, 1862. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Absent, left sick at Tupelo, Miss., July 27, 62 by order of surgeon, has since reported by certificate from surgeon. March and April 1863 Absent, left sick at Tupelo, July 27, 62, by order of surgeon, has since reported by certificate. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital by order of surgeon Oct. 7, 63. Nov. and Dec. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital by order of surgeon Oct. 7, 1863. Jan. and Feb. 1864 Present March and April 1864 Absent, furloughed home from hospital April 1, 1864, for 60 days. Buried Massey Cem., Prentiss Co.
Sutliff, W. G.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka May and June 1862 Absent, sick at home Marietta, MS July and Aug. 1862 Discharged by order of Gen. Bragg, July 9, 1862.
Thomason, George C.1st Lt.Capt.10/01/1861Iuka40Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present, promoted to Capt. Jan. 10, 63. March and April 1864 Absent, detached March 8, 64, AA2M, Gen. Roddy, commanding under special order #66, Gen. Johnston.
Thrasher, TolbertPvt.Pvt.    
Tipton, JohnPvt.Pvt.    
Treadaway, ElijahPvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka25May and June 1862 Present. July and Aug. 1862 Absent, sick at hospital Graysville, Aug. Was from the 26th MS, returned.[2]
Tyre, Jesse V.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth May and June 1863 Absent, sent to hospital by order of surgeon June 15, 63. July and Aug. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital by order of surgeon July 29, 63. Sept. and Oct. 1863 Absent, sent to hospital by order of surgeon July 29, 63. March and April 1864 Deserted March 2, 1864. Name appears on a register of prisoners of war dated Oct. 6, 1864. Name appears as signature to an Oath of allegiance, Oct. 6, 1864: Tishomingo Co.MS, complexion fair, hair brown, eyes grey, height 5'6", age 26. Remarks, deserters oath.
Underwood, A. J.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka19 
Vandevander, Benjamin C.Pvt.Pvt.04/05/1862Corinth22May and June 1862 Present. March and April 1864 Present.
Vandevander, James K.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth March and April 1863 Absent, sent to hospital by order of surgeon April 23, 63. Nov. and Dec- 1863 Absent, sent to hospital by order of surgeon Nov. 23, 63. March and April 1864 Present. Name appears on a roll of prisoners of War, captured near Jonesboro, GA Sept. 1, 64. Buried Massey Cem., Prentiss Co.
Vandiver, Van C/O.Pvt.    Name appears on a register of officers and soldiers of the Confederate States who were killed in battle or who died of wounds or disease, deceased Sept. 5, 1864 Catoosa Hospital, Griffin, GA.
Wade, William H.Pvt.Pvt.05/16/1862Corinth May and June 1862 Present. March and April 1864 Present.
Walker, A. P/R.Pvt.Pvt.08/16 1861Iuka31May and June 1862 Absent, sick, supposed to be a prisoner. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS Nov. and Dec. 1862 AWOL since July 23, 1862. Was in the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Warren, A. F.Pvt.Cpl.04/30/1862Corinth Jan. and Feb. 1863 Present, promoted Cpl. Jan. 15, 63. March and April 1863 Absent, sent to hospital by order of surgeon March 20, 63. May and June 1863 Absent, furloughed from hospital May 5, 63 for 30 days since received surgeons certificate for 30 days more. Name appears on a list of mechanics, Third Corps, Army of Mississippi, list not dated, occupation carpenter.
Warren, James D.Pvt.Pvt.09/05/1861Iuka21May and June 1862 Absent, furloughed June 6, 62, for 40 days by order of surgeon. July and Aug. 1862 Present. Was in the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Warren, John F.Pvt.Pvt.04/30/1862Corinth July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS July 10, 1862. Nov. and Dec. 1862 AWOL since July 30, 62. Jan. and Feb. 1863 AWOL Sept. 26, 62 when reported. March and April 1863 Deserted, dropped from the roll according to Gen. Order # ------ April 26, 1863.
Warren, R. F.Cpl.Cpl.09/05/1861Iuka Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Watters, W. F.Pvt.Pvt.05/12/1862Corinth Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, wounded at Perryville, furloughed from hospital to MS March and April 1864 Absent, wounded at the battle of Perryville, KY Oct. 8, 1862, furloughed home from hospital, reports regular by certificate.
Wildman, AndersonPvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka May and June 1862 Absent, sick at home. July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Woodruff, R. H.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka20May and June 1862 Present, never received bounty. July and Aug. 1862 Present, detailed as division wagon driver. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Absent, collective commissary teamster. Jan. and Feb. 1863 Transferred by order of Gen. Bragg to their old command the 26th Miss. Regt. Jan. 1, 1863.[2]
Wright, James K.Pvt.Pvt.08/16/1861Iuka24Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Wright, M. A.Pvt.Cpl.08/16/1861Iuka19Was from the 26th MS, transferred back.[2]
Served but Company Not Know
Freeman, J. M.MusicianMusician   Residence Macon, MS -- Noxubee, County.
Gibson, Berry /BarryPvt.Pvt.08/19/1861Iuka July and Aug. 1862 AWOL in MS. Nov. and Dec. 1862 Dropped from the roll as a deserter in consequence of long absence.
Harrison, JohnPvt.Pvt.    
Hines, John F.     1/18/1833 - 11/11/1902 in TX.
McGinnis, W. H.     Captured.
McGuy, L. Lt.   Deserted to enemy soon after Chickamauga
Watson, CharlesPvt.Pvt.   Name appears as signature to an Oath of allegiance: residence Davidson Co. TN, complexion fair, hair light, eyes blue, height 5'6". Remarks Aug. 29, 64.
Whiteside, Samuel A. H.     1831-1902 enlisted Pontotoc bur. Ebenezer Meth. Union Co.

 


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