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Record of Company K, 21st
Regiment of Mississippi Vounteers



Originally known as the New Albany Grays. Enlisted from the 16th of May, 1861.

Officers

Names

Rank

Born

Occupation

Residence, Nearest P. O.

Married or Single

Age

Com Expired

Cause

Robert W. Flournoy Capt. GA Lawyer New Albany M 50 7-15-61 resigned
John W. Renfroe 1st Lt. GA Wheelwright " M 30 11-1-61
Wm. P. Smith 2nd Lt. AL Merchant " M 35 8-1-61
Nicholas Blackwell 3rd Lt. MS Doctor " M 24

Clarence E. Cullens Sgt. GA Scholar " S 18

W M Nowlin Sgt. NC Blacksmith " M 35

George W Wiley Sgt. MS Student " S 21
Resigned
S A Knox Sgt.
Farmer " M 30

Zachariah N. Foster 1 Sgt. MS Doctor ? " S 31 7-13-62
Theodore B Sloan 2 Sgt. SC Farmer " s 31

A. C. Hall 3 Sgt. AL Wheelwright " M 42

M. W. Gammel " SC Wheelwright " M 47

J. R. Wells 4 Sgt. SC Schoolteacher " M 31

J T Smith
Ireland Laborer " S 25



Enlisted Men
Names
Rank Born Occupation Residence Nearest P. O. Married 
or
Single
Age
Armstrong, Robert Pvt. SC Farmer New Albany S 31
Armstrong, Martin " AL " " M 45
Armstrong, Washington " AL Farmer " S 17
Bailey, James M Pvt. SC Farmer Wallerville S 17
Baker, W. L. D.
AL " New Albany M 28
Bell, James
GA " " M 20
Blackwell, James B.
MS " " S 16
Brooks H ? N
TN " " S 20
Brooks, W J
GA " " S 23
Bottems ?, James M
MS " " S 20
Bottems, Robert
AL " " S 20
Bryant, Joseph J
MS Student " S 18
Burns, John Robert
AL Farmer Moline? S 22
Coleman, Franklin
SC " " S 25
Chambliss, John
MS " " M 22
Crawford, David C
AL " " M 22
Crawford, Jack
AL " " M 25
Cullens, James W.
MS " " S 21
Dansby, J. C.
MS " " S 21
Foster, Jesse Y
MS " " S 21
Freeman, Charles A
GA Farmer New Albany S 21
Freeman, Edward
GA " " S 18
Freeman, George W
GA " " S 23
Garrett, James
AL " " S 20
Gray, William B
AL " " S 22
Gray, Abraham D
AL " " S 20
Gray, Hugh A
AL " " S 25
Gray, William P
AL " " M 30
Heard, Joseph J.
MS " " S 18
Hearn, Charles G
TN " " S 28
Hearn, William H
TN " " S 35
Henry, Isaac P
AL Carpenter Wallerville M 28
Henry, William J
AL " " S 25
Jarvis, Alfred B
MS Farmer New Albany S 19
Jarvis, Absolam P
MS " " M 25
Jarvis, William G
MS " " S 20
Johnson, William
TN " " S 20
Joins, James H
GA Blacksmith " S 20
Jones, William B
VA Farmer " M 46
Kimbrough, Allen ? C
MS " ? S 16
Kimbrough, James L
MS " New Albany S 21
Little, Tom B
TN " " S 21
Martin, Charles A
MS " " S 16
Martin, Julius B
MS " " S 22
Martin Major W
VA " " M 48
McDaniel, William
IRELAND Laborer " S 35
McArthur, William N.
NC School teacher Molino S 30
Mauldin, Morticai
MS Farmer New Albany S 18
Meader, David T
" " " S 26
Mitchell, Charles
" Student " S 17
Mitchell, Thomas B.
" " " S 16
Morgan, Benjamin F
" Farmer " S 38
Murrah, William H
" " " S 18
Murrah, B G
" " " S 21
Murry, Thomas
IRELAND Laborer " S 26
Mabruhill, James
" " " S 35
Nepper, Andy J
MS Farmer " M 23
Nowlin, John H
SC Carpenter " S 28
Northington, Theodore
GA Student Sandersville, GA S 16
Newton, Thomas
GA Farmer New Albany S 22
Odom, John
SC " Molino M 47
Owen, Orwell "H
SC " " M 25
Prince, Isaac C
AL " " M 26
Pulley, John L
GA Farmer Molino M 31
Parker, Calvin I
GA? " " S 19
Parker, Benj.
MS " " S 18
Parker, Leonardis
AL " " S 38 ?
Potter, Thomas
MS " " M 24
Pruitt, John C
MS " " S 22
Roberts, Elijah L J
MS " " S 18
Russell, William H
AL " " S 19
Russell, Nathaniel P
AL " " M 23
Shelton, James
AL " " M 26
Shelton, Robert F/T
AL " " S 23
Shelton, Franklin
TN " " S 30
Simpson, William S
AL " " M 33
Steafoling ?, Alford F
TN " Turkland S 36
Sloan, Allen F
SC " " S 20
Sloan, William J
" " " S 18
Spence, William
Ireland Tailor " S 25
Stroud, Thomas M
TN Farmer Molino S 25
Smith, H C
TN " New Albany S 18
Smith, Martin
MS " " M 26
Sanders, Sterling L
MS " " S 17
Tucker, Watterson
MS " " S 18
Turtle, William
AL Farmer New Albany M 28
Vence ?, Joseph
MS " Molino S 23
Vaughan, Jackson N
TN " New Albany M 26
Welch, Thomas
AL " " M 20
Wilkins, Jonathan N
GA " Wallerville S 18
Wilhite, George L
TN " Molino M 30
Wilhite, Mathew H
MS " " M 30
Wiley, Easley P
GA " " S 22
Wiley, John R
MS " " S 20
Young, John
AL " " M 30
Young, Theodore
MS " " S 18

The New Albany Grays were organized at New Albany, MS on May 18, 1861, tendered and accepted for the war; reach Richmond June 26 and remained there until sent to Manassas in September and to Leesburg November 14, 1861.

Total enrolled, 111. Killed and died of wounds, 16. Died of disease, 25. Discharged for disability and wounds, 12. Captured, 5. Dropped, 13. Deserted, 8. Discharged by substitution, 1. Resigned, 3. On roll, February 1865, 28.

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