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55th Alabama Infantry Muster Roll

[Adapted from Rex Miller, The Forgotten Regiment, a day-by-day account of the 55th AL Infantry Regiment, CSA (Dayton, OH: Morningside Bookstore, 1984). Typescript by Tanya Williams, Robert Hurst, and Ken Jones] Additions, corrections, etc. should be sent to Ken Jones, eclectics[delete]@live.com Posted on the Cherokee County USGenWeb site by permission of Ken Jones.

Cherokee County soldiers made up Companies "B" and "K". Goshen, a community no longer on maps, is on the southern edge of Cherokee County, appearing on an 1864 map on the Center to Piedmont road just north of Piedmont (old Cross Plains) and west of Terrapin creek. Goshen is mentioned here 76 times, with Goshen soldiers in Companies D, G, I, and K. Cherokee County and nearby place names have been highlighted by Travis Hardin, nosenip99[delete]@intelec.us

Regimental Field and Staff Officers:

SNODGRASS, John, Col. [19 May 1836-19 Aug 1888, Tullahoma, TN] (a merchant in Bellefonte; enlisted, May 61, as captain and raised a company of Martin's 2nd Confederate Regiment; wounded, Shiloh, in the head; formed a battalion of six AL companies after Shiloh, denoted as 4th, 10th, or 16th AL Battalion prior to Feb 63 when it was combined with Norwood's Battalion to form the 55th AL Regiment; Snodgrass led the battalion at Baton Rouge, Corinth, and later commanded the regiment; promoted to command brigade; mustered out, Atlanta; took oath of allegiance, Nashville, 18 May 65; returned to Scottsboro, aged 29, where he engaged in various business activities until his death; he was 6' 1" tall, with gray eyes, a fair complexion, and dark hair)

NORWOOD, John Henry, Lt. Col. [23 November 1828-12 Nov 1891, Jackson Co., AL] (a planter from Jackson Co.; enlisted as 1st Lt., Bradford's Co., 2nd AL; returned home and raised 5 companies which became Norwood's Battalion; battalion was assigned to 42nd TN and captured, Ft. Donelson, 16 Feb 62; Norwood was interned, Camp Chase, then Ft. Warren, MA; exchanged for 3 lieutenants, 5 Aug 63; battalion reorganized as 6th AL Battalion; Norwood was promoted to Lt. Col. of 55th AL; wounded, Peach Tree Creek; at war's end, Norwood returned to his law practice and was elected to the state senate; Probate Judge of Jackson Co. until his death; he was 6' 0" tall, with black eyes and brown hair)

CLIFTON, James M., Capt. (transferred; organized a company under Snodgrass; transferred from battalion on 15 April 62)

DICKEY, Joseph, Major

JONES, Joseph H., Major (enlisted, 2 Nov 63 and served as Orderly Sgt; elected, 1st Sgt., Co. "I", 42nd TN, 13 Nov 63; promoted, Capt., 9 Dec 63; captured, Ft. Donelson; exchanged, and promoted, Major; KIA, Peach Tree Creek)

ALEXANDER, George L., Major (KIA, Baton Rouge)

GIBSON, John H., Major (transferred, 18th Battalion, AL Rangers; promoted, Major, after the death of Major Alexander; KIA, Chickamauga)

STEPHENS, Absolem, Captain, Acting Quartermaster (paroled, Greensboro, 1 May 65)

STEPHENS, William S., Captain, Acting Quartermaster Sgt., Ass't Commissary Sgt.

TRIPPE, John Henry, Surgeon (placed under arrest by Gen'l Featherston, Aug 64, after failing to pass the Board for Senior Surgeon, 30 June 64; dropped, but on 27 Sept received orders revoking the original orders and ordering him to report for duty; remained with the wounded, Franklin, TN, 17 Dec 64)

McREYNOLDS Lee D., Asst. Surgeon

FRAZIER, Robert, Chaplain

BYNUM, Bart P., Chaplain (appointed, 20 Feb 64)

FRAZIER, Julius, Sgt. Major

SNODGRASS, Benjamin, Lt., Adjutant (promoted, Lt., 20 May 62)

HOWELL, John C., Lt., Asst. Adjutant (enlisted in Clifton's Company, "Cherokee Guards", Snodgrass' Battalion, 1 Dec 61, Nashville; served as clerk for the adjutant, 10 March 62; promoted to 2nd Lt., Co. "B", 8 May 63; promoted, adjutant, 21 July 63; wounded, Peach Tree Creek, 24 July 64 and captured; left leg amputated, but he died in service, 30 July 64)

FRAZIER, Julyius, Sgt. Major (captured, Atlanta, 20 July 64; sent to Camp Chase and transferred to Pt. Lookout, MD, 4 March 65)

FRAZIER, Robert, Chaplain (enlisted, Camp Abbeville, 21 Nov 62; President, Judson [Baptist women's] College, Marchion, AL, 1882-1887)

MOODY, J. W., Sgt. Major (enlisted, Bowling Green, 25 Dec 61; appointed, Sgt. Major, 16 Nov 62; cut off with wagon train at Vicksburg, as per 30 June 63 report; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, and paroled, 6 July 63; also served as Orderly Sgt. )

Company "A"

Officers:

DICKEY, J. B., Capt. (Promoted, major)

MOORE, Benjamin [Bunyan?], 2nd Lt. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61; promoted, 2nd Lt., 30 Aug 62)

CAMPBELL, J. M., 3rd Lt. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61)

SPOTTSWOOD, John E., Lt. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61; made 1st Lt., 30 Aug 62; transferred to Co. "C", 25th Battalion AL Cavalry; resigned, 9 April 64, to take position in 5th AL Cavalry; captured, Whitesburg, TN, 19 March 65; in hospital, rheumatism, 25 May-8 June 65, Chattanooga; discharged, Louisville, 15 June 65; dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, and 5' 8" tall)

PHILLIPS, W. H., 1st Sgt. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61; dropped, 6 May 62)

DRAKE, T. B., Sgt. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61; appointed, 5th Sgt., 1 Dec 62)

HILL, Isaac V., Sgt. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61; appointed 3rd Sgt., 1 Dec 62; took oath of allegiance, 4 April 65; no family; residence: Madison Co., AL; fair complexion, blue eyes, 6' 0" tall; deserted, 2 Dec 64)

RAGSDALE, A. J., 4th Sgt. (enlisted, Boling Green, KY, 15 Jan 61)

REID, John M., Commissary Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; promoted, Commissary Sgt., 14 April 63; residence: Jackson Co., AL; light hair, dark complexion, gray eyes, 5' 7" tall; took oath of allegiance, 3 May 65, Nashville; listed as deserter, Tullahoma, by Federal authorities, 3 May 65)

FAY, Patrick, Sgt. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61)

McCOY, D. F. , Sgt. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 62; severely wounded, Baton Rouge, 5 Aug 62; deserted 9 June 63)

TRENT, T. B. , Sgt. (in CSA General Hospital No 3, Greensboro, NC, March 65)

COBB, E., Cpl. (enlisted, 10 Aug 61, Memphis, TN )

FRANKLIN, T. J., 1st Cpl. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61; ill at Vicksburg, 30 June 63; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, and paroled, 6 July 63; signed his name with an "X")

HANNAH, A. T., Cpl. (enlisted, Courtland, AL, 18 March 62; mortally wounded, Baton Rouge, 5 Aug 62)

MOON, J. A., Cpl. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61; residence: Madison Co., AL; dark complexion, black hair, black eyes, 5' 7" tall; deserted, 24 Nov 64; no family)

MOORE, T. R., Cpl. (mortally wounded, Baton Rouge, 5 Aug 62)

TERRY, John H. , Pvt., Cpl. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61; musician; captured, Marshall Co., AL, 15 Jan 65, and sent to Camp Chase; dark complexion, black hair, black eyes, 5' 8" tall, aged 22 years in 1865)

Privates:

ADAMS, John S. (enlisted, 10 Aug 61; dropped, 6 May 62, near Corinth)

ANDERSON, B. J. (enlisted, 13 Jan 62; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, and paroled)

BAWHAUGH [BAWHAW? ONHAUGH?], George (enlisted, 10 Aug 61, Memphis; captured, Vicksburg; signed parole with "X")

BELL, William (enlisted, 10 Aug 61, Memphis; captured, Champion's Hill, 16 May 63)

BRADLEY, George (enlisted, 10 Aug 62, Memphis, aged 26; captured, Marshall Co., AL, 15 Jan 65, probably while returning from Battle of Nashville; 6' 4" tall, black eyes, dark hair, dark complexion; took oath of allegiance, Camp Chase, 13 June 65; living, 1907)

BYRD [BIRD?], J. M. (enlisted, 10 Aug 62, Memphis; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63; signed parole with an "X")

BYRD [BIRD?], James Lafayette (enlisted, 12 March 62, Decatur, AL)

COBB, Thomas (enlisted, 1 June 63, Graysport)

COBB, W. D. (enlisted, 10 Aug 61, Memphis, TN; in hospital, Vicksburg, 30 June 63; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63; paroled, 14 July 63)

DICKEY, G. A. (enlisted, Grenada, MS, 19 Dec 62; in hospital, Vicksburg, 30 June 63; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, and paroled, 11 July 63)

DOWNING, Jordan D. [-15 Oct 1903]

DUNN, Matthew (enlisted, Memphis, 16 Aug 61; captured, Baker's Creek, 16 May 63; paroled, 19 May 63, Ft. Delaware and exchanged, 4 July 63)

EDWARDS, Henry C. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61; captured, Baker's Creek, 16 May 63; sent to Ft. Delaware; also shown in hospital, Petersburg, VA, 21 July 63; returned to duty, 20 Aug 63, a paroled prisoner of war)

FOWLER, J. L. (enlisted, Bowling Green, KY, 15 June 63; dropped, 6 May 62, near Corinth )

FRANKLIN, M. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61, aged 29; dark complexion, light hair, blue eyes, 5' 111/2" tall; residence: Madison Co., AL; captured, Marshall Co., AL, 15 Jan 65 and sent to Camp Chase; took oath of allegiance, 13 June 65)

GREEN, Aquilla C. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61; captured, Baker's Creek, 17 May 63, and Vienna, AL, 26 Oct 63; sent to Camp Morton, IN; transferred for exchange, 15 March 65)

HANNAH, A. J. (enlisted, Port Hudson, LA, 1 March 63; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, and paroled, 6 July 63)

GREEN, Aquilla C. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61; captured, Baker's Creek, 17 May 63, and Vienna, AL, 26 Oct 63; sent to Camp Morton, IN; transferred for exchange, 15 March 65)

HANNAH, A. H. (enlisted, Port Hudson, LA, 1 March 63; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, and paroled, 6 July 63)

HANNAH, James A. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61; captured, Baker's Creek, 16 May 63; sent to Ft. Delaware)

HEATHCOCK, D. F. (enlisted, Courtland, AL, 15 March 62; at Vicksburg, 30 June 63, and captured, 4 July 63; sent to Camp Morton, IN; released on oath, 22 May 65; residence: Huntsville; dark complexion, dark hair, gray eyes, 5' 63/4" tall; paroled, 6 July 63, at Vicksburg; however, Col. A. A. Stevens, commanding prison camp at Camp Morton, IN, sent a telegram to Brig. Gen'l R. S. Granger in Huntsville [probably from the urging of Heathcock's parents who lived there] on 18 April 186? that F. D. Heathcock was in Camp Morton as a prisoner. Evidently, he wasn't released at Vicksburg, or else he was recaptured later])

HERRIN [HERRON?], John W.

HERRON, J. W. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61; captured, Champion's Hill, 16 May 63)

HILLIARD, J. A. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, and paroled, 6 July 63)

JENKINS, J. K. P. (KIA, Baton Rouge, 5 Aug 62)

JOHNSON, Henry G. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61; discharged, 29 April 63)

KELLEY, Solon (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 17 Dec 61; at Vicksburg, 30 June 63, and captured, 4 July 63; paroled, 7 July 63)

KNOX, Jo (enlisted, Memphis, TN, 10 Aug 61)

LAMB, J. M. (enlisted, Memphis, TN, 10 Aug 61)

LEE, J. M. (enlisted, Grenada, MS, 17 Dec 62)

McBROOM, W. C. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61; severely wounded, Baton Rouge, 5 Aug 62 )

McGINN, James (in Ross Hospital, Mobile, AL; resumed duty, 12 Oct 63, int. Fever)

McMULLEN [McMULLIN?], Green A. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63; sent to Camp Morton and paroled, 7 July 63; took oath of allegiance, 3 Jan 65; residence: Madison Co., AL; brown eyes, black hair, 5' 93/4" tall, dark complexion)

MOBLEY, H. M. (wounded, Peach Tree Creek, 20 July 64; admitted to hospital, Chattanooga, 29 July 64, with left leg wound; leg amputated, 24 July 64, Vining Station, GA (USA hospital); died in service, 30 July 64)

MOORE, Braxton (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 62; captured, Champion's Hill, 17 May 63; sent to Camp Morton)

MOORE, Blackstone (in 1st MS Hospital (CSA), Jackson, MS, 17 Feb to 9 March 64, debilitas; in St. Mary's Hospital, LaGrange, GA, 15 July 64, diarrhea; returned to duty, 5 Aug 64)

MORRIS, Robert C. [Robert T.?] (captured, Marshall Co., AL, 15 Jan 65; died at Military Prison Hospital No. 2, Louisville, of pneumonia; burial: Range 62, Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, KY)

MYERS, Lanson (captured, Helena, AR, 4 July 64; died in service, 16 May 65, chronic diarrhea; burial: Monument Cemetery, New Orleans, LA)

NEWBURN [MEMBURN?], Thomas

OWENS, Lewis A.

PARSONS, Wiley A. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61, aged 35; dropped, 6 May 62; disability discharge, 24 Oct 62; occupation: farmer; with hazel eyes, dark hair, fair complexion, and 5' 10" tall)

PATTIE, William (captured, Champion's Hill, 16 May 63, and sent to Camp Morton; paroled, Ft. Delaware, 3 July 63)

RAGSDALE, James (enlisted, 3 Oct 62; conscripted, Nov 62; deserted, 3 June 63; gave himself up, Maysville, TN, and joined the Independent AL Cavalry (USA); 5' 7" tall, dark complexion, blue eyes, and black hair)

RAGSDALE, William F. (enlisted, Grenada, 16 Dec 62; captured, Champion's Hill, 17 May 63; paroled and exchanged, Camp Lee, VA, 19 June 63)

REESE, David C. (enlisted, Nashville, TN, 31 Dec 61; deserted, 10 June 63)

REID, A.W. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; detached to Co. "I"; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63)

ROBERTS, John L. (enlisted, Gaylesville, 21 Dec 61)

RUSSELL, Jo. A. (applied for transfer, 4 March 64)

SERVILL, M. L. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61)

SEVERS, J. P. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61)

SHARP, C. W. (paroled, 23 May 65, Talladega)

SISK, D. W. [Z. W.?]

SISK, G. A. (wounded, Baton Rouge, 5 Aug 62)

SISK, M. A. (enlisted, Bolling Green, KY, 5 Jan 62; detailed from Co. "A," 35th AL)

SISK, W. P. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61; captured, Jackson, MS, 17 July 63; sent to Camp Morton; exchanged, 26 Feb 65)

SISK, Zachariah W. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61; captured, Jackson, MS, 17 July 63; sent to Camp Morton, at Indianapolis; exchanged, 26 Feb 65)

SMOOT, J. L. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61; dropped from rolls, 6 May 1862)

STEWART, George (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61; occupation: carpenter)

TUBB, James C. (enlisted, Port Hudson, LA, 6 Feb 63; captured, Atlanta, 4 Sept 64; sent to Camp Douglas; died in service, 12 Feb 65, chronic diarrhea; burial: grave #38 in Block 3, Chicago City Cemetery)

TURNER, William (enlisted, Ft. Pillow, 31 Aug 61; captured, Atlanta, 20 July 64; sent to Camp Douglas; discharged, 13 June 65)

VINCENT, W. H. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63; signed his name with an "X")

WATSON, James (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61; captured, Champion's Hill, 19 May 63; sent to Ft. Delaware)

WOMACK, James (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61; captured, Champion's Hill, 17 May 63; sent to Camp Morton)

WRIGHT, William E. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61; took oath of allegiance, when captured, Marshall Co., AL, 14 Jan 65, and sent to Camp Chase, aged 41 years; black eyes, 6' tall, black hair, fair complexion; residence: Madison Co., AL)

YARBROUGH, William (discharged, 11 Nov 62)

Company "B"

Officers:

EMERSON, Edward H., 1st Lt. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 25 Sept 61; elected 1st Lt., 8 May 62)

HAWKINS, Austin, 1st Lt., Capt. (enlisted, Nashville, 19 Nov 61)

DANIEL, David C., 2nd Lt., Capt.

HAMPTON, R. G., 2nd Lt. (enlisted, Nashville, 15 Feb 62)

HIGGINS, Abram P., Bvt. 2nd Lt. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 25 Sept 61; brevet 2nd Lt., 8 May 62; detailed as wagon master, 8 March 62; AWOL to Cherokee Co., AL, 30 June 62; dropped, 5 Sept 63)

HOWELL, John C., 2nd Lt. (enlisted, Nashville, 1 Dec 61; detached as clerk in adjutant's office, 10 March 62; made 2nd Lt., 8 May 63; captured at Peach Tree Creek, 20 July 64; died in service, 20 July 64, US Gen'l Hospital, Kingston, GA, as a result of gunshot wound and leg amputation)

KNIGHT, P., 2nd Lt., 1st Lt. (promoted, 1st Lt., 30 Aug 62 as S. M. Williams became 2nd Lt.)

DANIEL, John Mc., 3rd Lt. (enlisted, Nashville, 2 Nov 61; promoted to 3rd Lt., 24 Feb 62, and to 2nd Lt. of State Troops; wounded, 6 April 62, at Shiloh, and sent home, 10 April 62; transferred to 42nd AL Regiment)

WILDER, James W., 3rd Lt., Bvt. 2nd Lt. (enlisted, Gaylesville, 10 Oct 61; residence: Cherokee, AL; probably a casualty of Battle of Shiloh, 6 April; died in service, 7 April 62;

ALLEN, Hiram L., 1st Sgt. (enlisted, 2 April 63, and paid $50 bounty, 23 Oct 63)

GRAYSON, L. F., 1st Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61)

McJOHNSON, William , 1st Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; sent to hospital, Jackson, MS, 28 May 63)

BATES, B. R., 4th Sgt. (enlisted, 1 Feb 62; promoted, 4th Sgt., 30 June 63; wounded; in hospital, Meridian, MS, on 10 Jan 65)

ANGLE, Reubin B., Sgt. (enlisted, 10 Oct 61)

CLIFTON, George J., Sgt. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 25 Sept 61; son of James M. Clifton; transferred by exchange of Lewis Owens, 10 Oct 63; enlisted in his father's unit, aged 17)

CLIFTON, L. A., Sgt (enlisted, 7 Aug 61, Gaylesville)

ELAM, James B., Sgt. (enlisted, Nashville, 17 Nov 61)

GENTRY, J. W., Sgt. (enlisted, Decatur, AL, 17 March 62; hospitalized, CSA General Hospital, No. 3, Greensboro, NC, March 65)

GRIFFIN, J. S., Sgt. (enlisted, Gaylesville, AL, 7 Aug 61; died in service, Murfreesboro, 24 Feb 62; residence: Jacksonville, AL)

WATSON, Daniel G., .Sgt. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 25 Sept 61)

WOOD, William B., Sgt. (enlisted, Nashville, 2 Nov 61; wounded, 6 April 62, Shiloh; sent home, 10 April 62)

CANNON, William A., 2nd Cpl. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 25 Sept 61)

CLIFTON, Hiram A., 3rd Cpl. (enlisted, 25 Sept 61, Cedar Bluff, AL; captured, Lawrenceville, GA, 27 July 64; sent to Camp Chase, OH; promoted 3rd Cpl.

CANNON, J. M., 4th Cpl. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 14 May 62)

BAKER, A. T., Cpl. (enlisted, 10 Oct 61; living in 1907)

DAVENPORT, William A. J., Cpl. (enlisted, 2 Nov 61, Nashville)

EWING, J. P., Cpl. (enlisted, Gaylesville, AL, 7 Aug 61)

JORDAN, Simeon, Cpl. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 25 Sept 61; captured, Gaylesville, AL, 22 Oct 64; sent to Camp Douglas; died as POW, 22 Feb 65)

McKAY, J. W., Cpl. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; elected corporal, 27 Sept 62; re-enlisted for 2 years at same time; aged, 19; blue eyes, black hair, fair complexion, 5'10" tall; born in Jackson Co., AL; occupation: farmer)

WOOD, B. H., Cpl. (enlisted, Gaylesville, 7 Aug 61)

Privates:

AKIN, John

ALLEN, Alfred J. (enlisted, 19 Nov 61; wounded, Baton Rouge)

ALLEN, Columbus H. (enlisted, 30 March 62; captured, Nashville, 16 Dec 64 and sent to Camp Douglas, IL)

ALLEN, John H. (enlisted, 8 May 62; never paid, and name removed)

ALLEN, Mark (enlisted, 2 Nov 61)

ALLIN, L.

ANGLE, John

ANGLE, Thomas (enlisted, 10 Oct 62; detached as foundry worker at Rome, GA, 30 June 63)

ANGLE, William W.

ARTHUR, Marchion

ARTHUR, Joel (enlisted, 10 Oct 61; dropped 6 May 62)

ASKEW, Robert M.

BAKER, Charles (enlisted, 21 Dec 61; died at home, 31 March 62, Cherokee Co., AL)

BAKER, John (enlisted, 19 Nov 61; died in service, Sept 63)

BAKER, Joseph V. [John V.?] (enlisted, 1 Aug 62; died in service, Canton, MS, 10 July 63)

BAKER, R. M.

BANNISTER, William O. (enlisted, 21 Dec 61; believed to be William G., and J. W. Bannister; court marshaled, 8 April 63; captured, Champion's Hill, 16 May 63, and exchanged; captured, Gaylesville, AL, 22 Oct 64, and sent to Camp Douglas; sent to New Orleans, 4 May 65, for exchange, 23 May 65)

BENNETT, H. C. [BURNESS, Henry C.?]

BLACKWELL, James F. [Jason F.?] (enlisted, 10 Oct 61, Nashville, and died prior to 12 Sept 64, when his widow collected death benefits)

BONE, Hardaman

BREWER, Henry (enlisted, 31 Dec 61, Nashville; mortally wounded, Shiloh, 6 April 62)

BREWER, Thomas (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL; detailed to foundry service, Rome, GA, June 63)

BREWSTER, James M. (enlisted, 21 Sept 61, Cedar Bluff, AL)

BUNT [BURNELL?], Henry C.

BURNELL [BUNT, BURNT?], Henry C. (enlisted, 1 Feb 63, Cedar Bluff, AL; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, and at Nashville, 16 Dec 64; sent to Camp Douglas, IL; paroled and exchanged; signed parole with an "X" )

BURNETT [BURNELL?], Henry C.

BUTLER, Thomas J. (enlisted, Decatur, AL; KIA, Shiloh, 6 April 62)

CANNON, Arthur M. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 25 Sept 61; wounded, Baton Rouge, LA, 5 Aug 62; in hospital, Jackson, MS, 11-14 June 64, vulnus sclopet; in hospital, Floyd House, Macon, GA, with flesh gunshot wound of left leg, passing through the gastra muscle)

CANNON, John (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 14 May 62; died, 1 May 63, Chicago, IL, thus probably captured and sent to Camp Douglas, IL; cause of death: diarrhea)

CANNON, Thomas M. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 25 Sept 61; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63; paroled, 6 July 63; involved in court marshal, 8 April 63)

CARR, Lilborn [Silborn?] (enlisted, Gaylesville, AL, 24 Dec 61; dropped, 6 May 62)

CLARK, Mills (enlisted, 25 Sept 61, Cedar Bluff, AL; furloughed, 15 Dec 61-14 July 62)

CLAYTON, T. V. (enlisted, 7 Aug 61, Gaylesville)

CLIFTON, Elijah (enlisted, 1 Feb 62, Cedar Bluff, AL; assigned as teamster from 30 Jan-June 63, by Major J. H. Jones; wounded, Shiloh, 5 April 62; sent home, 10 April 62; discharged, 26 Aug 63)

CLIFTON, Elijah G. (enlisted, 25 Sept 61, Cedar Bluff, AL; brother of Major James M. Clifton, battalion commander; transferred to Capt. Barbiere's Battalion, AL Cavalry, to be with his brother, 13 Dec 63)

CLIFTON, Thomas B. (enlisted, 17 Nov 61, Nashville; dropped from roll, 6 May 62, near Corinth)

COBB, J. M. (enlisted, 7 Aug 61, Gaylesville, AL)

COBB, Samuel (enlisted, 7 Aug 61, Gaylesville, AL)

COLEMAN, W. R. (enlisted, 9 Aug 61, Gaylesville, AL)

COLLIER, Calip M. (enlisted, 21 Dec 61, Gaylesville, AL; wounded, Shiloh, and sent home, 10 April 62)

COLLINS, David (enlisted, 7 Aug 61, Gaylesville, AL)

COOLEY, John W. [J. M.?] (enlisted, 31 Dec 61, Nashville, TN; captured near Jackson, MS, 17 July 63; sent to Camp Morton, IN; released, 18 May 65, upon taking the oath of allegiance; residence: Chattanooga; florid complexion, light hair, blue eyes, 5' 9" tall)

COX, William (enlisted, 17 March 62, Decatur, AL)

CULPEPPER, Joel Mathias (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 25 Sept 61; discharged for age, 16 April 63)

CULPEPER, Rufus Washington (enlisted, Nashville, 1 Nov 61; reported ill, 30 April 62; claim for deceased soldier was made by Mary J. Culpeper, mother, 25 Jan 64)

DANIEL, Chisolm W. [DANIEL, C. of the 35th AL Regiment?, reportedly with gonorrhea at the 1st MS CSA Hospital, Jackson, MS, from 13 Feb-20 Feb 64] (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 25 Sept 61)

DANIEL, James H. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 25 Sept 61; captured, Nashville, 16 Dec 64, and sent to Camp Douglas; discharged, 6 June 65)

DANIEL, Nathaniel H. (captured, Atlanta, 2 Sept 64; sent to Camp Douglas; forwarded to New Orleans for exchange, 4 May 65 and exchanged, 23 May 65)

DAVIS, John M. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 25 Sept 61; living in 1907)

DOZIER, M. L. (enlisted, Burnsville, MS, 25 March 62; missing in action, Shiloh, 6 April 62; unknown on POW lists)

DRAKE, E. H. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 25 Sept 61)

DRAKE, Harrison, (enlisted, Gaylesville, AL, 7 Aug 61)

DRAKE, Samuel (residence: Cherokee Co., AL; captured, 24 Nov 64; took oath of allegiance at Chattanooga; 5'8" tall, light complexion, light hair, gray eyes)

EMERSON, M. H. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 1 Feb 63; served as teamster, 25 Nov-31 Dec 63)

FANT, John L. (captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63; paroled, 6 July 63; signed his name with an "X")

FARROW, W. H. (enlisted, Gaylesville, AL, 7 Aug 61; ensign)

FIRESTONE, Samuel (enlisted, Nashville, 1 Dec 61)

FOWLER, Solomon (enlisted, Murfreesboro, TN, 23 Feb 62; detached as teamster, 23 Feb 62; died in service, 1 Aug 63, Cherokee Co., AL, from diarrhea; left $22, claimed by J. S. Calhoun; discharged, 23 April 63, and went home to die)

GENTRY, James P. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 1 Feb 63)

GRAHAM, William M. (residence: Calhoun Co.; admitted to Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, GA, 19 Aug 64, rubeola)

GRAY, Jackson (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 25 Sept 61; captured, Nashville, 16 Dec 64; sent to Camp Douglas; occupation: teamster)

GRAY, Lienallen (enlisted, Gaylesville, 7 Aug 61)

GREEN, Francis M. (enlisted, Gaylesville, 7 Aug 61; died in service, 17 April 62, at

Corinth)

HALL, D. V. (enlisted, Gaylesville, 7 Aug 61)

HALL, J. E. (enlisted, Gaylesville, 7 Aug 61)

HARWELL [HOWELL?], James M. (enlisted, Nashville, 10 Oct 61; discharged, 12 Jan 62)

HARWELL, Julyius S. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 25 Sept 61)

HAWKINS, J. P. (enlisted, Gaylesville, AL, 7 Aug 61)

HEADRICK, Franklin (enlisted, Nashville, 19 Nov 61; captured, Battle of Corinth, 3-4 Oct, 62; paroled and delivered at Iuka, MS, to surgeon J. B. Bond, C.S. Army)

HENDERSON, William (enlisted, 7 Aug 61, Gaylesville, AL)

HENDRIX, L. B. (enlisted, 7 Aug 61, Gaylesville, AL)

HENRY, William D. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 25 Sept 61; dropped, 6 May 62; all notations show him in hospital )

HERRING, V. E. (in Howard Grove Hospital, Richmond, VA, 9 March 65)

HILL, James A. (enlisted, Gaylesville, AL, 7 Aug 61)

HOLLOWAY, Samuel C. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 25 Sept 61; captured, Gaylesville, AL, 15 Dec 64; sent to Camp Douglas; captured, 15 Dec, 15 Oct, or 28 Sept, all reported as fact; enlisted in 5th US Volunteer Regiment)

HOWEL, Theodore F. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, Al, 1 Feb 63)

HOWELL, J. S.[HARWELL, Julyius S.?]

HUNT, Benjamin F. (enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62)

HURLEY, John C. (enlisted, Nashville, 13 Dec 63; died in service, 13 March 63, Stevenson, AL )

JOHNSON, Perry A. [Posey A.?] (enlisted, Nashville, 17 Nov 61)

JUNIER, Anthony J. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 25 Sept 61)

KANE [CANE?], Robert

KELLEY, J. B. (enlisted, Gaylesville, AL, 7 Aug 61)

KENLEY[KINLEY?], William

KIKER, C. (enlisted Gaylesville, 7 Aug 61)

KING, William (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 25 Sept 61; sick furlough, 28 Feb 62; in hospital, Jackson, MS, 2 March-3 May 64, for disability)

KELLY, William (enlisted, Gaylesville, AL, 7 Aug 61)

KINLEY, William (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 25 Sept 61)

LANCASTER, John T. (captured, Baker's Creek, 17 May 63; sent to Ft. Delaware; exchanged, 4 July 63; signed name with an "X")

LEATH, J. A. (enlisted, Gaylesville, 7 Aug 61)

LEDBETTER, Robert (in Episcopal Church Hospital, Williamsburg, VA, 1-12 Aug 63, Vul Sclopelicum; furloughed, 12 Aug 63)

LEWIS, Anderson (enlisted, Nashville; slight wound, Baton Rouge, 5 Aug 62; captured, Gaylesville, 20 Oct 64; sent to Camp Douglas; light complexion, dark hair, gray eyes, 6'1" tall; took oath of allegiance, 17 June 1865)

LONG, James M. (enlisted, Nashville, 10 Oct 61)

MADDOX, James W. (enlisted, Nashville, 2 Nov 61)

McCULLOUGH, Daniel (enlisted, Gaylesville, 7 Aug 61)

McDONALD, James C. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 25 Sep 62; occupation: teamster, 1 Oct-31 Dec 63)

McILWAIN, John W. (enlisted, Nashville, 2 Nov 61; captured, Kennesaw Mountain, 3 July 64; sent to Camp Douglas; forwarded to New Orleans for exchange, 4 May 65)

McLEWAIN [McILWAIN?], John W. (enlisted, Gaylesville, 7 Aug 62)

McREYNOLDS, Lee D. (enlisted, Nashville, 15 Nov 61; promoted to assistant surgeon, 15 March 62)

MILLER, T. B. (enlisted, Gaylesville, 7 Aug 61)

MILLER, J .J. (enlisted, Gaylesville, 7 Aug 61)

MILLER, Langford A. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 1 Feb 63; was in 1st Mississippi (CSA) Hospital, Jackson; complaint: gravel, 13-24 Feb 64)

MILLER, William M. (enlisted, Gaylesville, 21 Dec 61; furloughed, 21 Dec 61-2 Jan 62. )

MIN, J. T., (enlisted, Gaylesville, 7 Aug 61)

MONSON, Alexander (captured, Kennesaw Mountain, 3 July 64)

MOORE, Allen J. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 13 Nov 62)

MOORE, George D. (enlisted, Gaylesville, and captured there, 22 Oct 64; sent to Camp Douglas; discharged, 17 June 65; hazel eyes, 5'7" tall, dark complexion, dark hair; residence: Cherokee Co., AL; signed name with an "X")

MOORE, Lewis J. (enlisted, Nashville, 2 Nov 61)

MOORE, Judge L. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 25 Sept 61; captured, Cherokee Co., AL, 11 Oct 64, and took oath of allegiance, 22 Oct 64, to stay north of the Ohio River until the war was over; fair complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, 5' 10" tall)

MORMAN, Alexander (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 25 Sept 61; captured near

Kennesaw Mountain, 3 July 64; sent to Camp Douglas; discharged, 16 June 65; fair complexion, red hair, brown eyes, 5' 10" tall; court marshaled, 8 April 62)

METCALF, C. (enlisted, Gaylesville, 7 Aug 61)

METCALF, W. S. (enlisted, Gaylesville, 7 Aug 61)

MURPHY, Felix J. (enlisted, Nashville, 13 Dec 61; captured, Champion's Hill, 16 May 63 and sent to Camp Morton; enlisted in 7th US Cavalry, 18 Aug 63)

OBRIANT, M. C. (enlisted, Gaylesville, 7 Aug 61)

OWINS, Hue (enlisted, Gaylesville, 7 Aug 62)

PARKER, John J. (enlisted, Gaylesville, 21 Dec 61)

PENDERSON, John W. (enlisted, Gaylesville, 7 Aug 61)

REECE, David C.

REED, James M. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 1 Feb 63; captured near Nashville, 16 Dec 64. )

RHODES [ROADS?], Benjamin (also in Co. "K"; enlisted, Camp Johnston, 30 Jan 62; captured, Edwards Depot, 14 May 63; residence: Goshen, AL)

RINEHART, James H. (also in Co. "A"; enlisted, Corinth, 10 April 62; either over age 35 or under age 17)

ROBERTS, J. L. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 8 Jan 62; living in 1907)

RODGERS, James

SAINTCLARE, Noah

SEARS, William (deserted, 5 Aug 64, Cherokee Co., AL; released north of the Ohio River; took oath of allegiance, 6 Aug 64; blue eyes, 5' 8" tall, light complexion, and light hair; had the measles, 11 July 64, Chattanooga (USA) hospital; was returned to prison, 26 July 64, aged 18)

SHAMBLUE IN, A.

SHARP, M. (enlisted, Gaylesville, AL, 7 Aug 61)

SHOEMAKER, William P. (enlisted, Gaylesville, AL, 6 Jan 62; detailed as teamster, 8 March 62)

SMITH, W. A.

STALLINGS, John W. (enlisted, Nashville, 1 Feb 61; wounded, Shiloh, 6 April 62; sent home, 10 April 62, and returned later)

STALLINGS, Samuel B. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 1 Aug 62; court martialed, 4 March 63; admitted to 1st Mississippi (CSA) Hospital, Jackson, MS, 3 Feb 64-12 April 64, gonorrhea)

STALLING, William H. (enlisted, Nashville, 25 Sept 61; captured, Vicksburg and paroled; pardoned and exchanged, 10 Oct 63)

ST. CLAIR, Noah (enlisted, Nashville, 10 Oct 61; discharged, 12 Jan 62 )

STEEL, Alexander (enlisted, Nashville, 19 Nov 61; furloughed, 14 Dec 61-13 Jan 62; died in service, but date unknown; claim filed by his widow, N. J. Steel, 12 Aug 63)

STRANGE, Robert B.

SWANCEY, James Virgil (enlisted, Gaylesville, AL, 21 Dec 61; died in service, 20 March 62, Huntsville, AL; claim filed by his father, William Swancey, 25 Jan 64)

TAYLOR, Stephen H. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 25 Sept 61)

THOMAS, W. L. (enlisted, Gaylesville, 7 Aug 61)

TREADAWAY, Cornelius (enlisted, Nashville, 13 Dec 61)

TREADAWAY, Elius (enlisted, Nashville, 13 Dec 61)

TREADAWAY, Daniel H. (enlisted, Nashville, 13 Dec 61)

TRIGG, William (captured, Champion's Hill, 16 May 63; sent to Ft. Delaware; in General Hospital, Petersburg, VA, 1 Aug 63, paroled prisoner; had chronic diarrhea; returned from hospital, 22 April 63, to Port Hudson, LA)

TUCKER, Daniel H. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 25 Sept 61)

TUCKER, Jacob (enlisted, Gaylesville, 7 Aug 61; discharged for age, 16 July 62)

TUCKER, Jessee (enlisted, Nashville, 31 Dec 61)

WAID, L. B. (enlisted, Gaylesville, 7 Aug 61)

WEBB, Thomas J. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 25 Sept 61; died in service, Port Hudson, LA, 16 May 63; claim filed)

WELLS, Matthew K. (enlisted, Gaylesville, 21 Oct 61; claim for deceased

soldier's belongings filed by mother, E. Wells, 25 Jan 64)

WHIT, L. A. (enlisted, Gaylesville, 7 Aug 61)

WILDER, John F. (enlisted, Gaylesville, 24 Dec 61)

WILEY, George W. (enlisted, 10 Oct 61)

WILLIAMS, John W. (enlisted, Nashville, 10 Oct 61; died 1863; left $13 which was turned over to the Quartermaster, CSA)

WILLIAMS, W. H. (died in service, Gen'l Hospital, Macon, GA, 22 May 62)

WILSON, Daniel H. (enlisted, Nashville, 10 Oct 61; captured near his home in Gaylesville, AL, 22 Oct 64; sent to Camp Douglas and discharged, 17 June 65; dark complexion, brown hair, blue eyes, 5' 9" tall; slightly wounded, Battle of Baton Rouge, LA, 5 Aug 65)

WILSON, Rener S. (enlisted, Corinth, 8 May 62; took oath of allegiance, 31 May 64; residence: Cherokee Co., AL, where he was captured; wanted to stay north of the Ohio River until after the war; dark complexion, blue eyes, 5' 8" tall)

WOOD, B. L.

WOOD, T. B. (enlisted, Burnsville, MS, 24 March 62)

WOODDALL, A. J. (enlisted, Gaylesville, 7 Aug 61)

WOODALL, D. P. (enlisted, Gaylesville, 7 Aug 61)

Company "C"

Officers:

MADDOX, Jessee W. , Capt. (enlisted, Oxford, 2 Nov 61; commissioned, 18 Dec 61)

NUNNELLEY, Peter, Capt. (promoted Captain, 8 May 1862; wounded, Peachtree Creek, 20 July 1864)

ALLEN, Elbert H., 1st Lt. (enlisted, 1 Jan 62)

EASLEY, John W., 2nd Lt. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; left at Nashville, 17 Feb 62, by order of hospital surgeon; promoted 2nd Lt., 8 May 62; wounded and captured, Atlanta, 20 July 64; aged 35; upper left arm amputated, 17 Oct 64; died in service, 7 Nov 64, Nashville, from exhaustion and diarrhea; burial: Grave no. 9769, Nashville City Cemetery)

HANNA, William F., 2nd Lt. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; wounded, Shiloh, 6 April 62; honorably discharged, 17 May 62)

WRIGHT, D. A., 2nd Lt. (enlisted, Talladega, AL, 26 March 62; temporarily attached from Co. "D" of the 31st AL)

STOKES [STAKES?], William L., 3rd Lt., 2nd Lt. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; promoted, 2nd Lt., 8 May 62; captured, Macon, GA, 20 April 65, by 1st Brigade, 2nd Cavalry Division; wounded slightly, Baton Rouge, LA, 5 Aug 62)

WOODRUFF, Jasper, 1st Sgt. (captured, Champion's Hill, 16 May 63; exchanged 31 Aug 63. )

BRICKHOUSE, James H. [BURKHOUSE, J.?], Sgt.

BURKHOUSE, J., Sgt. (enlisted, Oxford, AL; ill with pneumonia, West Point, MS, 11 Jan 65; paroled, Talladega, AL, 19 May 65; promoted to Sgt. )

BURKS, Alfred J., Sgt. (enlisted, 22 Feb 62, Oxford, AL; musician; promoted, Sgt., 1 March 62; KIA, near Vicksburg, 22 May 63; residence, Jacksonville, AL)

CAVER, Columbus J. , Sgt. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; died in service, 24 Jan 62, Pim's Hospital, apparently the result of battle wounds)

FENNELL, Hubbard H., Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; died in service, 6 July 64, Law Hospital, GA)

FEW, R. N., Sgt.

HANNAN, James, Sgt. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; reported ill at Vicksburg, 30 June 63; captured there, 4 July 63, and sent to Camp Morton, Indianapolis, IN)

HARBIN, William T., Sgt. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; wounded, Baton Rouge, 5 Aug 62; died in service, 18 Aug 64, 3rd GA Infantry Hospital, Augusta, GA)

MAISE [MAYES?], James H., Sgt.

MATTISON, Peter E., Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 1 Jan 63; wounded, Baton Rouge, 5 Aug 62; ill, Vicksburg; captured there, 4 July 63; paroled, 6 July 63)

McGEE, G. F. , Sgt.

WHITWORTH, J. A., Sgt.

WILLIAMSON, J. A. , Sgt.

BEASON, James T., Cpl., 2nd Sgt. (enlisted, 1 Jan 62, Oxford; promoted, 2nd Sgt., 30 June 63)

BOWDEN, Timothy L., Cpl. (enlisted 1 Jan 62, Oxford, AL)

FORB[E]S, Michael D., Cpl. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; captured, Atlanta, 20 July 64; sent to Camp Douglas, IL; discharged 17 July 65; had dark hair, dark complexion, dark eyes, and was 5'5" tall; home: Oxford, AL)

HOLLYFIELD [HOLIFIELD?], Willis, Cpl. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; sent home from Chattanooga, 13 March 62, by order of Hospital Surgeon)

LESLIE, Mastin B., Cpl. (enlisted, Oxford, 1 Jan 62)

MURPHREE, Daniel M. [MURPHY, D. M.?], Cpl. (in hospital, Cassville, GA, 9 Nov 64; detailed to work in the laboratory, Columbus, MS, 22 Sept 62; physically disabled)

Enlisted Men:

ALLEN, E. D. (enlisted, 1 Jan 62; rejected by Surgeon Herrine)

ANDREW, John

ANDREWS, Thomas (enlisted, 1 Jan 62; wounded, Shiloh, Baton Rouge)

BAILEY, J. T[homas?] (enlisted, 1 Jan 62; rejected as underage, undersize)

BAKER, Washington (enlisted, 1 Jan 62; died in service, Murfreesboro, TN, 28 Feb 62)

BURKE [BARKER ?], Samuel D.

BARONETT, A. J. [see also, BURNETT, James, for POW record as part of the 51st AL Provincial Rangers]

BECK, John E. (enlisted, 2 June 63, Abbeville, MS)

BENTLY, J. W. [See also, BENTLY, W. J., 31st AL Infantry]

BLACKSTOCK, W. C. (enlisted, 1 Jan 62, Oxford; detailed as blacksmith, 1 Jan 62-31 Jan 63; signed name with "X")

BROCK, Nimrod M. (enlisted, 1 Jan 62; from Jacksonville; died in service, 25 March 62, Atlanta; his father, John Brock, was paid $56.16 as benefits or due the deceased, 27 Oct 63)

BURKE, Samuel D. (enlisted, 22 March 62, Oxford, AL; captured, Baker's Creek, 16 May 63, and returned on 6 July 63, City Point, VA; paroled, Greensboro, NC, 1 May 65)

BUTTERWORTH, M. R.

CABINESS, T. S.

CALAWAY, G. W.

CALVERT, Memory C. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; claim for deceased soldier filed by Bazel Calvert, father, on 27 Oct 62; claim settled for $47; he was not married)

CAMP, W. A. (enlisted, Talladega, 20 March 62)

CLARK, D. J. (enlisted, 22 Oct 62, Oxford, AL)

CLARK, Joseph

CLARK, Thomas (enlisted, 1 Jan 62, Oxford, AL; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, and paroled, 13 July 63)

CLAY, G. W., Pvt. (Reportedly attached to Canton hospital, 30 June 63)

COALMAN, W. (enlisted, 1 Jan 62, Oxford, AL)

COKER, J. R. (temporarily attached to Canton, MS, hospital, 30 June 62)

COLRENT, Mem C. (died in service, Murfreesboro, TN, 28 Feb 62)

CRANFORD, John T. (enlisted, 1 Jan 62, Oxford, AL; in disabled camp, Lauderdale, MS, 14 March 65, heard disease, given 60 day furlough; residence: Oxford, AL)

CROW, George W. (enlisted, 22 Feb 62, Oxford, AL; claim submitted by Ferington Crow, father, 27 Oct 63 for death benefits, $133.30)

CROW, Thomas B. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62)

CURRY, W. L. (captured, Sequatchie, 7 Oct 63; sent to Ft. Delaware)

DAVIS, Bonney J. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; sent to Columbus, MS, Hospital, 21 April 62, by order of surgeon)

DAVIS, G. A. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; rejected for youth)

DAVIS, J. B. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62)

DAVIS, James

DAVIS, Silence L. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62)

DAVIS, Simeon J. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; sent to hospital, Columbus, MS, 21 April 62; widow, Eleanah, filed claim on 27 Oct 62, for $133.30)

DAVIS, T. L. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; discharged, 16 April 62, for age)

DISON, Isham (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; left at Nashville, 17 Feb 62, by order of hospital surgeon)

DUNAHOO [DUNIHOO?], John (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; discharged for age, 16 April 63; paroled, Talladega, 18 May 65; located in Convalescent Hospital, Talladega, and discharged by Brig. Gen'l Chrysler following the war)

DUWITT [DEWETT?], J. B. (enlisted, Montgomery, AL, 10 Aug 61)

EASTERNOOK, John (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 22 Feb 62)

EDMONDSON, Alison F. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; died in service, Fayetteville, TN, 9 March 62; claim paid to Jane Edmondson, widow, $48.83)

EMBREY, Thomas J. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; died in service, Chattanooga, 9 March 62; Sarah Embrey, widow, collected $49.56 on 30 March 63)

EMBREY, Thomas R. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; sent to hospital, Columbus, MS, 26 April 62, by order of surgeon; discharged from army, 16 April 62)

FORD, Oliver (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; died in service, 26 Oct 62; he was 6' 2" tall, dark hair, dark eyes, dark complexion, and 25 years old; his father, Belton Ford, claimed $188.53, 3 May 64)

GALLAGHER, John H. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; died in service, Murfreesboro, 15 March 62; James Gallagher, father, claimed $48.83, 24 March 63)

GANTLEY, Benjamin (in Jackson Hospital, Richmond, VA, 8-9 March 65, for debilitas, a weakened condition)

GARRETT, Richard (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 22 Feb 62; sent to hospital, Columbus, MS, 21 April 62, by order of surgeon; died 28 May 62, at Columbus; left $110.20)

GLASNER, F. H.

GRIFFIN, George T. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; died at home, 2 April 62; residence: Calhoun Co., AL; father, John C. Griffin, collected $34.80, 25 March 63)

GROGAN, Patrick T. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; left in Nashville, 17 Feb 62, by order of hospital surgeon)

GURLEY, M. B. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 16 April 62; captured, Van Wert, GA, 24 May 64; sent to Rock Island, IL)

GORE, W. M.

HAMBY, James W. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62)

HAMBY, John F. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; KIA, Shiloh, 6 April 62)

HARMAN, Elihu (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 22 Feb 62; left at Huntsville, 11 March 62 by order of surgeon)

HARRIS, M. S. (wounded, Baton Rouge, 5 Aug 62)

HARRISON, J. H. (paroled, Talladega, 18 May 65)

HARRISON, Robert (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62)

HAWKINS, Miller W.

HAWKINS, W. M. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62)

HAYNIE, Marchion G. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 22 April 62)

HEINON, H. [HIENE, Henry?]

HENDERSON, Isaac T. (admitted to St. Mary's Hospital, LaGrange, GA, 25 June 64; transferred to Montgomery, 11 Aug 64)

HENDERSON, James M. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 22 April 62; captured, Atlanta, 20 July 64; sent to Camp Douglas; died as POW, 13 March 65; burial: Grave No. 955, Block 3, City Cemetery, Chicago; cause of death: erysipelas)

HENDERSON, P. A. [Preston A.?] (paroled at Talladega, 23 May 65; signed name with an "X")

HENDERSON, Preston A. (admitted to Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, GA, with conjunctivitis; residence: Calhoun Co.; sent to hospital, 7 Feb 65, with cataract; signed name with an "X")

HENDERSON, T. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 16 April 63)

HENDERSON, M. F. [William F.?] (a teamster, Aug 62-1 April 64)

HENSON, J. W. [see also, 31st AL Regiment]

HERRON, Henry

HICKS, B. A.

HEINE [HERRON, HEINON?], Henry (enlisted, Oxford, AL; captured, Champion's Hill, 16 May 63; sent to Ft. Delaware; exchanged, 31 Aug 63)

HINDMAN, Jesse M. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62)

HOLLENGER, W. H.

HOUSTON, Henry (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; left in hospital, Nashville, TN, 17 Feb 62, by order of hospital surgeon)

JERRET, J. (nurse in French's Division hospital, Lauderdale, MS, 11 July 63; returned to duty, 15 Sept 63)

JOHNSON, John

JONES, Henry B. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; appointed 1st Lt., 8 May 62; appointed Surgeon Major, 1 March 62)

JONES, J. S.

KEENAN, G. W. [KENUM, KEENUM, George W.?] (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; wounded, Baton Rouge, 5 Aug 62; discharged, 16 April 63)

KENT, Barney R. (deceased soldier's claim filed by Louisa G. Kent, widow, 3 Oct 64)

KING, Robert (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; sent home on sick furlough, 18 April 62, and extended 30 days)

KNIGHT, John W. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; died in service, Guntersville, 21 March 62; claim filed by his father, Frederick Knight, 20 Oct 64, for $53.23)

KNIGHTON, Green S. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62 aged 37; sent to hospital, Columbus, MS, as nurse, 26 April 62, by order of surgeon; born: Spartansburg, SC; 5' 7" tall, fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair; discharged, 28 Oct 62, Granada, MS; occupation: farmer)

KNIGHTON, W. T. (paroled, 18 May 65, Talladega, AL)

LANFORD, Wilbern (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; left at Murfreesboro, 28 Feb 62, by order of surgeon)

LARKLEY [LOCKLEY? ], Elijah

LAWSON, J. W. (enlisted, Talladega, 12 March 62)

LOCKLEY, Elijah (enlisted, Oxford, 1 Jan 62; rejected as underaged and undersized, but taken prisoner at Champion's Hill, 16 May 63; sent to Ft. Delaware; paroled, 3 July 63; captured, Gaylesville, 19 Oct 64; sent to Camp Douglas; enlisted in 5th US Infantry, 6 April 65 )

LONDFORD[LANFORD?], Wilbern

McCOMACK [McCORMICK?], Thomas C. (enlisted, Oxford, 1 Jan 62; captured, Champion's Hill, 16 May 63; sent to Ft. Delaware; joined Capt. Ahl's Battery, US Army, as a prison guard )

McCOMICK, Joseph

MASSEY, J. M. (enlisted, Oxford, 28 Feb 62)

MASHBURNE, Henry J. (enlisted, Oxford, 1 Jan 62; died in service, Atlanta, 18 March 62; survived by wife, daughter and parents, mother's name: Dorinda)

MAYES, James Horace (enlisted, Oxford, 31 Oct 61; sent to Columbus, MS, hospital, 21 April)

MILLER, James C. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 22 April 62; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, and paroled, 7 July 63; paroled at end of war, again, at Talladega, 20 May 65; able to sign his name)

MILLSOM, J. T. (temporarily transferred from Co. H, 3rd AL Infantry; deserted, 17 June 63. )

MILS, R. J. (see Co. "E", 53rd AL Infantry)

MITCHELL, H. E. (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61)

MITCHELL, J. R. (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61; surrendered at Johnsonville, TN, and took the oath of allegiance, 14 May 65; signed name with an "X"; gray eyes, 5' 7"tall, light hair, fair complexion)

MOCK, A. H.

MODINE, J. H. W.

MOON, Dr. F. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; died at Atlanta, 18 March 62; left $47.16 collected by his mother, who signed her name with an "X", on 6 Nov 62; from Jacksonville, AL)

MORGAN, John C. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; died in service, Chattanooga, 12 March 62)

MULINAX, William H. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62)

MURPHY, Emanuel (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; under age 18; discharged, 18 Aug 63)

MURPHY, Henry (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; captured, Atlanta, 20 July 64; sent to Camp Douglas; discharged, 13 June 65; residence: Calhoun Co., AL)

MURPHY, Lewis (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; sent to Columbus, MS, Hospital, 21 April 62, by order of the surgeon)

MURPHY, Mann (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62)

NEELON [NEYLON?], Matthew

NUNNELLY, B. B. (paroled, Talladega, 15 May 65)

NEYLAN, Matthew (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; captured, Champion's Hill, 16 May 63)

NUNNELEY, James F. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 22 Feb 62; surrendered, 30 May 65, Demopolis, AL; occupation: blacksmith, from 1-31 Jan 65)

NUNNEL[L]EY, B. B. (enlisted, Jacksonville, AL, 10 Oct 62; sick in hospital, Talladega, AL, 31 Aug 64)

NUNNELLEY, James H. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; KIA, Shiloh, 6 April 62)

OCONEL [O'CONNELL?], Morgan (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; captured, Champion's Hill, 16 May 63; joined US forces, Captain Ah1's Battery at Fort Delaware; wounded slightly, Baton Rouge, 5 Aug 62)

ODAM, W. W. (paroled at Greensboro, NC 1 May 65)

OLIVER, Daniel (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 22 Feb 62)

OLIVER, Hiram (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 22 April 62; sick at Vicksburg, 30 June 63; released, 6 July 64; signed name with an "X")

OLIVER, John W. (captured, Atlanta, 20 July 64, and sent to Camp Douglas; residence: Blue Mountain, AL, now Anniston; dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, 5' 8" tall; discharged from Camp Douglas, 15 June 65)

OLIVER, Lewis (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 16 April 62; captured, Atlanta, 20 July 64, and sent Camp Douglas; died as POW, 7 Dec 64, of smallpox)

OLIVER, Stephen (enlisted, Oxford, Al, 22 April 62; absent and reported sick, Vicksburg, 30 June 63; captured, 4 July 63; paroled, 7 July 63; signed his own name; wounded slightly, Baton Rouge, 5 Aug 62)

OWEN, G.

PANEL, William (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62)

PARNEL, J. E.

PARRIS, E. C. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61)

PERRIS, E.B.

PHILLIPS, Franklin (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; left at Murfreesboro, 28 Feb 62, by order of hospital surgeon; in 1st Mississippi Hospital, Jackson, MS, 11-30 March 64, erysipelas)

PINSON, Enoch (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62)

PONDER, J. F.

POOL, D. D.

POWEL, William P. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62)

PRICHARD, William S. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62)

PYLES, J. L. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; paroled at Talladega, 20 May 65)

ROBERSON, C. F. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62)

ROBINSON, J. M. (see also, Co. "G", 31st AL Infantry)

ROBISON, Columbus (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 22 Feb 62; wounded, Shiloh, 6 April 62; sent to Columbus, MS, hospital)

ROSS, Samuel (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; left at Nashville Hospital, 17 Feb 62, by order of the hospital surgeon)

ROSSON, Abner (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61)

ROY, J. M. (enlisted, Galington, AL, 1 March 62)

SCARBOUGH, A. B.

SEARLOR [SEALS?], A. B. (enlisted, Talladega, 26 March 62; also signed roll as A. B. Scarbough)

SMITH, Joseph (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62)

SMITH, W. S. (attached to the Canton, MS, hospital, 30 June 63)

SPIVY, Q. E. (died in service, 5 Sept 63, Greenville, AL)

SPRIGGINS, Robert C. (died in service, Huntsville, AL, 2 March 62)

STRICKLAND, John M. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; died in service, Huntsville, 19 March 62)

TEAGUE, James R. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 22 April 62; still living in 1907)

TEAGUE, Levi B., Pvt., Co. C (in St. Mary's Hospital, LaGrange, GA, 25 June 64, seguelae pneumonia; transferred to Montgomery, 11 Aug 64; paroled, Salisbury, NC, 2 May 65, as sick or wounded; residence: Randolph Co., AL)

THOMSON, John (enlisted, Talladega, AL, 13 March 62)

TINSLEY, Isaac (reported in St. Mary's Hospital, LaGrange, GA, 14 July 64)

WALLACE, William C. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; admitted to CSA Gen'l Hospital No. 3, Greensboro, NC, March 1865)

WATERS, H. (left at Jackson Hospital, 30 June 63)

WATSON, Joseph

WATT, Silas (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; rejected: cataleptic)

WHEELER, William K. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; reported ill, 30 June 63, Vicksburg; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, and paroled, 6 July 63; signed name with an "X"; still living in 1907)

WILLIAMS, James T. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; captured, Columbia, TN, 22 Dec 64; died in service, Nashville, 19 March 65, erysipelas; burial: City Cemetery, Grave #12631; had $905 in "rebel script"; admitted to hospital, Nashville, 21 Jan 65, aged 24; residence: Talladega, AL)

WOMACK, William A. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; residence: Jacksonville, AL; died near Holly Springs, MS, 30 Oct 62; claim filed for $151 and settled by his mother, Elizabeth Womack)

WOOD, J. W.

WOOD, W. H. (enlisted, Talladega, AL, 26 March 62)

WOODROFF, Green S.

WOODRUFF, Caleb (died in service? F. L. Woodruff, widow, collected $7.83. Claim filed 6 Nov 62. )

WOODRUFF, Frank (died in service, 13 July 64, Erwin Hospital., GA; left $3 to Quartermaster, CSA. )

WOODRUFF, Green L. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 1 Jan 62; paroled at Talladega, 20 May 65. )

WOODRUFF, William H. (enlisted, Oxford, AL, 22 April 62; captured, Champion's Hill, 16 May 63; sent to Ft. Delaware and exchanged, 4 July 63)

Company "D"

Officers:

BRIDGES, J. T., Capt.

GLOVER, Cain, 1st Lt., Capt. (enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62; 8 May 62, did not accept office of Capt., and R. J. Wright, senior lieutenant in the Battalion succeeded to the office, 30 Aug 62; resigned as 1st Lt., 20 May 62)

LONG, Harden, Capt. (also in Co. "F"; also see 42nd Tennessee Infantry)

ROBERTSON, John R., 3rd Lt., 2nd Lt. (enlisted, Corinth, 17 July 61; became 2nd Lt., effective 8 May 62, of Co. "F"; dropped, 9 June 64)

THOMPSON, James M., 2nd Lt. (still living in 1907)

THORP, L. S., 2nd Lt. (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61; made 2nd Lt., 17 Aug 62)

FLOWERS, Thomas V., Sgt. Major (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61; reduced in rank by court marshal, 12 Nov 62; deserted, 27 Nov 62)

CARMICHAEL, Alexander, 1st Sgt. (enlisted, Corinth, 17 July 61, aged 22; appointed 1st Sgt., from 2nd Sgt., on 8 Dec 63; captured, Nashville, 16 Dec 64; sent to Camp Douglas, IL; gray eyes, 5'11" tall, fair complexion, light hair; took oath of allegiance, 12 June 65)

BRIDGES, J. O., Sgt. (enlisted, 17 July 61, Corinth; living in 1907

CAMPBELL, George W., Sgt. (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61; deserted, 9 June 63, near Benton, MS; still living in 1907)

GADDIS, H. R., Sgt. (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61; appointed Sgt., 1 March 63; POW on 30 June 63)

ISBELL, John F., Sgt. (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61; captured, Atlanta, 20 July 64; sent to Camp Douglas; transferred to Lookout, MD; reported at Gen'l Hospital, Howard's Grove, Richmond, VA, 1 March 65; granted 30-day furlough, 7 March 65)

JACKSON, H. M., Sgt. (dropped from rolls, 6 May 62)

TOBB [TUBB?], John N., Sgt. (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61; reduced in rank from Sgt., 8 Dec 62; died in service, 26 July 64)

WILLIAMS, Samuel G., Ord. Sgt. (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61; captured near

WRIGHT, Thomas H., Sgt. (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61; appointed 2nd Sgt., 8 Dec 62; detailed as a wagon master; captured, Atlanta, 20 July 64, and sent to Camp Douglas; still living in 1907)

AUSTIN, Thomas A., Cpl. (enlisted, 20 Sept 61; promoted, 1 March 63; died in service, battle wounds, 29 Sept 64, Empire Hospital, GA)

CHANDLER, R. F., Cpl. (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61; appointed Cpl., 1 March 63)

MITCHELL, William, Cpl. (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61; appointed Cpl., 1 March 63; arrested: Scott Co., MS, 11 Feb 64; died in service, 7 Feb 65, enteritis; burial: 1/3 mile south of Camp Chase)

Privates:

ANDERSON, A.

ATCHILLA [ATCHLEY?], Benjamin (enlisted, 9 June 61)

AUSTIN, L. A. (enlisted, 9 June 61; discharged, 19 March 63, for age)

BERRY, G. W. (enlisted, 3 Sept 61, Ft. Pillow; joined from desertion; re-instated to roll; captured, Champion's Hill, and exchanged, 4 July 63)

BERRY, S. H. (enlisted, 9 June 61, Corinth)

CAMPBELL, R. J. (enlisted, 6 June 62, Baldwin; captured, Edwards Station, MS, 16 May 63)

CARROLL, James (enlisted, Corinth, 17 July 61; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63; paroled, 13 July 63; captured again in Jackson Co., AL, Jan 64; sent to Camp Morton, IN; (enlisted in US service, 14 March 65; transferred to Ft. Delaware, 19 March 64)

CHAMBERS, James (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61; took oath of allegiance, Nashville, 21 May 65; residence at Jackson Co., AL; dark complexion, brown hair, gray eyes; 5' 8" tall; signed name with an "X")

CHAMBERS, William M. (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61, aged 21; captured, Edward's Depot, 17 May 63; paroled, 5 June 63; captured again at Franklin, TN, 17 Dec 64, on the retreat from Nashville; sent to Camp Douglas; dark complexion, black hair, dark eyes, 5' 11" tall; took oath of allegiance, 12 June 65, Camp Chase, OH)

COFFEE, A. J. (enlisted, 13 Feb 63, Port Hudson, LA)

COOK, Smith (enlisted, 9 June 61, Corinth)

CRABTREE, J. W. (enlisted, 13 Feb 63, Port Hudson; absent, sick, Vicksburg, 30 June 63; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63; paroled, 6 July 63)

DAVIS, D. C. (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61; joined from desertion and restored to the rolls, 5 March 63)

DAVIS, J. W. (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61; joined from desertion and restored to the rolls)

DAVIS, R. R. (enlisted, Port Hudson, 13 Feb 63)

DUCKETT, D. B. (enlisted, Corinth, 17 July 61; dropped, 6 May 62; must have returned to roll since given a 48-hour furlough at Tuscumbia, 1864)

DUNHAM, Lewis (enlisted, Ft. Pillow, 14 Aug 61; captured, Scott Co., MS, 18 Feb 64; sent from Camp Chase, OH, to Johnson's Island, Sandusky, OH; admitted to Richmond, VA, Howard's Grove Hospital, 3 March 65; died in service, 10 March 65)

FARNHAM, L. E. (chronic dysentery, Gen'l Hospital, Howard's Grove, Richmond, VA, 5 March 65)

GARLAND, Samuel (enlisted, Port Hudson, 13 Feb 63; detailed at Vicksburg, 30 June 63, and captured, 4 July 63; paroled, 6 July 63)

GARRETT, Lewis [Lipscomb?] (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61; captured, Sarkins' Landing, 24 Sept 63; hospitalized, Nashville, TN, 5 Nov 63, from wounds; died 5 Nov 63)

GRAHAM, Calvin (enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62, aged 44; born in SC; 5'10" tall, dark complexion, gray eyes, dark hair; occupation: farmer; discharged, 28 Oct 62, for age)

GRAHAM, William H. (enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62; claim filed by Jessie D. West, guardian, 12 Sept 64)

GROSS, Joseph (enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62)

HAIGWOOD, E. N. (enlisted, Port Hudson, 13 Feb 63; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, and paroled, 4 July 63)

HAIGWOOD, John A. (enlisted, Port Hudson, 13 Feb 63; at Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, GA, 22 July-30 July 64; residence: Jackson Co., AL)

HAIGWOOD, William M. (enlisted, Port Hudson, 13 Feb 63; took oath of allegiance, 11 May 65; residence: Jackson Co., AL; blue eyes, 5' 8" tall; fair complexion, light hair)

HARMAN, W. J. (paroled, Talladega, 23 May 65)

HARRIS, John C. (enlisted, Bowling Green, KY, 4 Jan 62; died in service, 24 Aug 63, at Lauderdale, MS hospital - diarrhea)

HILL, Amos (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61; captured, Champion's Hill, 17 may 63; joined Capt. Ahl's U.S. Battery, Ft. Delaware, 27 July 63; signed name with an "X"; Capt. Ahl's Battery was used to guard Confederate prisoners at Ft. Delaware)

IGO, Solomon (Dropped from rolls, 6 May 62)

KENNEDY, J. W. (enlisted, Ft. Pillow, 3 Sept 61; captured, Nashville,

16 Dec 64 and sent to Camp Douglas; aged 33 years; dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, 5' 10"; residence: Jackson Co., AL )

KIMBEL, J.

LEDBETTER, Samuel D. (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61; granted 60-day furlough at disabled camp, Lauderdale, MS, 21 Jan 65; shell wound with fracture of right foot; captured or surrendered, 15 May 65; residence: Centerville, AL)

LOVE, T. J. (also in Co. "K"; enlisted, 28 Jan 62; from Cedar Springs; served in Co. D, 4th AL Battalion; mortally wounded, Baton Rouge, 5 Aug 62)

MARKHAM, J. T. (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61; joined after desertion; restored to ranks)

McCLENDON, A.J. (enlisted, Tuskegee, 15 April 63; transferred to Gen'l Hospital, Marchion, MS, 13 Sep 63)

MOODY, T. J. (also in Co. "I"; enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; discharged, account of being a non-conscript)

MOORELAND, B. F. (enlisted, Corinth, 17 July 61)

MOSLEY, A. (enlisted, 6 Feb 62)

NOBLE, J. R. (also in co. "G"; enlisted, Burnsville, MS, 2 April 62; transferred from Co. "D" to Co. "G")

PROCTOR, Thomas (enlisted, Bowling Green, KY, 8 Jan 62; transferred to CSA Navy, 23 May 64; signed his name with an "X")

PRUIT, John O. (enlisted, Corinth, 9 Aug 61; joined from desertion; restored to ranks, 16 March 63)

PUTNAM, Wilson (enlisted, Ft. Pillow, 3 Sept 62; captured, Maysville, AL, 10 April 64; sent to Camp Morton; released on oath of allegiance, 22 May 65; blond complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, 5' 8-1/2" tall)

ROBBINS, M. R. (enlisted, Ft. Pillow, 3 Sept 61)

ROBBINS, R. H. (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61)

ROBERTSON, Hickman (enlisted, Camp Beauregard, 35 Dec 61; died at home in Jackson Co., AL, 16 March 63)

ROSE, G. M. D. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61; on detached service, Vicksburg; captured, Vicksburg, and paroled)

SAUNDERS [SANDERS?], Wiley W.

SCOTT, N. G. (enlisted, Burnsville, MS, 2 April 62; transferred to Co. "G"; discharged, 15 April 63, for age)

SEAMANS, J. B., Cpl. (enlisted, Corinth, 7 June 61)

SISK, Wesley E. (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61; entered Ocmulgee Hospital, neuralgia, Macon, GA, 5 July 64, and left 8 July 64; captured near Franklin, TN, 18 Dec 64, probably on retreat from Nashville) and sent to Camp Chase, OH; residence: Jackson Co., AL; aged 24 years in 1864; dark hair, 5' 6" tall, dark complexion, and black eyes)

SPARKS, G. (paroled, Talladega, 1 June 65)

STOGDON, James (enlisted, Burnsville, MS, 2 April 62;

transferred from Co. "D" to Co. "G")

THOMPSON, John (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61; discharged, 19 March 63, for age)

VAUGHAN, James A. (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61; captured, Nashville, 16 Dec 64; sent to Camp Douglas; discharged from Camp Chase, OH, 12 June 65; residence: Jackson Co., AL; gray eyes, aged 22 years, 5' 6" tall, black hair, and dark complexion)

VEACH, Stephen (enlisted, Bellefonte, 9 June 61; served as a nurse, Buckner Hospital, Cherokee Springs, GA (near Rome), 24 April to 31 Aug 63)

WALLS, William (enlisted, Calhoun, GA, 27 Feb 62)

WALTON, William (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61)

WARREN, Melville D. (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61; took oath of allegiance, 10 May 65 , Nashville; dark complexion, brown hair, gray eyes, and 5' 6" tall; residence: Jackson Co., AL)

WEBB, John Jackson (enlisted, Corinth, 17 July 61; died in service, 23 Aug 63, chronic diarrhea, Lauderdale, MS; left $15 which was collected on 26 Feb 64)

WILLIAMS, John F. (enlisted, Corinth, 17 July 61; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63 and paroled, 17 July 63; signed his own name; residence: Madison Co., AL; fair complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes, 5' 9-1/2" tall; deserted, 1 Oct 64; took oath of allegiance, 11 March 65, Nashville; no family)

WILLIAMS, Richard C. (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61; musician; restored to the rolls from desertion, 11 March 63; assigned as teamster on an ordinance wagon, 1 Oct 63 to 27 July 64)

Vicksburg, 16 May 63, and sent to Camp Morton, then Ft. Delaware; transferred to Point

Lookout for transfer and exchange, 26 Sept 63; had smallpox, Pt. Lookout, 12 Dec 63; released, 12 April 64, after taking the oath of allegiance)

Company "E"

Officers:

Privates:

ASKEW, Josiah (enlisted, 10 Oct 61)

BAIN, Allen (enlisted, 18 Nov 61; discharged, 10 Oct 62)

BOYD, Jefferson (enlisted, 13 Dec 62, Port Hudson, LA)

BOYLES, Thomas B. (enlisted, aged 24; 5' 9" tall; farmer from TN; discharged for disability, 31 Oct 62)

BROWN, Albert M. (enlisted, 4 Jan 62, Camp Walton, Clarksville, TN; captured, 30 Nov 64, Franklin, TN; took oath, 16 March 65; promised to stay north of the Ohio River during the remainder of the war)

BROWN, Franklin P. (enlisted, 13 Nov 61, Camp Walton, Clarksville, TN; captured, Ft. Donelson and sent to Camp Douglas, IL; exchanged at Vicksburg; recaptured, Champion's Hill and sent to Ft. Delaware; exchanged, 4 July 63 in VA)

BROWN, James (enlisted, 13 Dec 61, Camp Walton; captured, 4 July 63, Vicksburg)

BROWN, W. R., Cpl. (enlisted, 13 Nov 61, Camp Cheatham)

BRYANT, W. H. (paroled, Farmville, VA, between 11-21 April 65)

CAPERTON, James G., 2nd Lt. (honorably discharged, 5 May 62)

CHILDERS [CHILDRESS?], John M., 2nd Lt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; captured, Wakefield, AL, 27 Jan 64; sent to Camp Chase, OH; transferred to Ft. Delaware, 25 March 64; resident of Marshall Co., AL; dark complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, 5' 8" tall; released, 16 June 65, from Ft. Delaware, where he took the oath of allegiance)

CLAPP, Alex B., 2nd Lt. (resigned, 13 Aug 62, rheumatic endscurditis)

CORLITT, S. S. (in hospital, Howard's Grove, Richmond, VA, 14 Sept 64; given 40-day furlough, 27 Sept 64)

COX, James E. (enlisted, 18 Nov 61, Camp Duncan)

DAVIS, William (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61, aged 30; took oath of allegiance, 28 Dec 64; resident of Williamson Co., IN; fair complexion, light hair, blue eyes, 5' 101/2 " tall; disability discharge, 24 Feb 63, TB over 9 months)

DAWSON, J. D. [DAWSON, Joseph, 27th AL Regiment?]

DORSETT, William T. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; detached from Co. "E", Oct 63; assigned to Major J. Bingham's Pioneer Corps of Loring's Division)

DOSS, James P., 1st Lt. (enlisted, Clarksville, TN, 9 Nov 61; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, and paroled, 6 July 63; elected 1st Lt., 27 Sept 62; admitted to hospital, 9 May 64; granted 60-day furlough, 26 July 64, to recuperate from 12 months of diarrhea)

DOSS, R. P., Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; promoted 2nd Sgt., 27 Sept 62; died in service, 22 July 64, from gunshot wound, in 3rd Division, 20th Corps Hospital, Atlanta)

EALSON, D. (captured, Atlanta; admitted to hospital, Vining Station, GA, 26 July 64 for an arm wound)

EVANS, A. T. , Sgt. (enlisted, Port Hudson, 12 Dec 62; living in 1907; promoted to Sgt., 13 Jan 62; captured, Champion's Hill, 16 May 63; sent to Ft. Delaware; discharged as disabled, 8 March 64)

EVANS, J. M. (enlisted, Port Hudson, 13 Dec 62; POW at Big Black, MS, 17 May 63; sent to Ft. Delaware)

EVANS, John W., 1st

Lt., Capt., Co. E

EVANS, Lewis B. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; captured, Big Black, MS, 17 May 63; sent to Ft. Delaware; paroled and exchanged, Camp Lee, Richmond, VA)

FINDLY, Andrew M.,.Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Duncan, 18 Nov 61; sent to hospital, Vining Station, GA, 25 July 64, for leg amputation; died in service, Chattanooga Hospital No. 2, 16 Aug 64, aged 23)

FINDLY, R. P. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; discharged, 1 March 63, for age)

FINDLY, W. A. (enlisted, Port Hudson, 13 Dec 62; died in service, Port Hudson, 13 April 63)

FROST, Daniel (also member 12th LA Infantry)

GARLAND, John (enlisted, Camp Duncan, 18 Nov 61; discharged in

4th AL Battalion while company was in POW camp)

GILBREATH, A. M. (enlisted, Camp Duncan, 18 Nov 61; deserted; had a furlough from Gen'l Pemberton for 30 days on 21 Feb 63 and had not returned by 30 June 63)

GILBREATH, J. T., 5th Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; reduced in rank from 5th Sgt., 27 Sept 62; deserted; had permission to precede the regiment to Stevenson, AL, at which place he was to rejoin his command, but failed to do so)

GILBREATH, M. M. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61)

GROSS, Thomas, Cpl. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; reduced from 3rd Cpl. to ranks, 27 Sept 62; took oath of allegiance, 5 May 65, at Nashville; residence: Jackson Co., AL; fair complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, 6'1" tall; no family)

HAMLIN, J. R. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 62; discharged in 4th AL Battalion, while in prison)

HENRY, Isaac , Capt. (failed to stand examination, 22 Nov 62; commissioned, 9 Nov 61; was discharged, and Capt. John Gibson, 42nd TN Regt., who had escaped from prison, was assigned command of the company)

HIBBS, Henry (enlisted, Clarksville, TN, 9 Jan 62; died in service, Stevenson, AL, 25 Feb 62)

HILLION, Thomas (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; died in 4th AL Battalion, while company was in prison)

HOLBROOK, T. N. (admitted to 1st Mississippi CSA Hospital, Jackson,

MS, 1 April 64 (gangrene); furloughed, May 64)

HOLLAND, E. P., Cpl. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; reduced from 2nd Cpl. to ranks, 27 Sept 62; in hospital, Vicksburg, 30 June 63; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, and paroled, 14 July 63; deliver at Mobile Harbor, AL, 4 Aug 63; died in service, Mobile General Hospital, 11 Aug 63)

HOLLAND, J. B. (enlisted, Port udson, 13 Dec 62)

HOLLAND, T. L. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; residence:

Marshall Co., AL; reported to Larksville, AL, for oath of allegiance, 13 May 65; fair complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, 6' 1" tall)

HOMBLUE IN, James E (enlisted, Coffeetown, AL, 13 Jan 63)

HULSEY, F. M., Cpl. (enlisted, Camp Duncan, 18 Nov 61; reduced from 1st Cpl. to ranks, 27 Sept 62)

JOHNSON, James T., Pv (dropped, 6 May 62, convalescent; discharged from CS hospital ; residence: Marshall Co., AL; aged, 22 years; 6' 0" tall, with blue eyes, dark hair, fair complexion; occupation: farmer; protracted typhoid fever; discharged, 25 Oct 62)

JOHNSON, Samuel (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; promoted to 1st Lt., 8 May 62)

JONES, J. R. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; discharged, 3 Feb 63)

KELLEY, R. A. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61)

KELLEY, S. W., 2nd Lt. (enlisted, Camp Walton, 18 Dec 61; promoted to 2nd Lt., 27 Sept 62; wounded, Peach Tree Creek, 20 July 64)

KIRKSEY, Jacob (enlisted, Camp Duncan, 18 Nov 61; discharged,

1 Oct 62)

LAND, Miles W. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Dec 61)

LANGSTON, Jessee (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 62; discharged, 1 Oct 62)

LOGAN, Thomas (enlisted, Coffetown, 15 Feb 63; deserted at Montgomery, 19 April 63)

McCULLOUGH, Newton, Capt. (wounded., Atlanta, and sent to Gen'l USA Hospital, 23-26 July 64)

McDURFEE, William , Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; discharged, 1 Oct 63)

MORGAN, James, 2nd Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; reduced from 2nd Sgt. to ranks, 27 Sept 62)

NELSON, David (enlisted, Coffeetown, 15 Feb 63; death record supposed to be in error; deserted regiment, Montgomery, 19 April 63; captured, Peach Tree Creek, 20 July 64, and sent to Camp Douglas; aged 30; signed name with an "X"; took oath of allegiance, 19 May 65, at Nashville; residence:

Jackson Co., AL; fair complexion, light hair, gray eyes, 5'8" tall; surrendered, Scottsboro, AL; on roster at Gen'l Hospital No. 9, Richmond, VA, 21 March 65)

NELSON, John (enlisted, Coffeetown, 15 Feb 63; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, and paroled, 14 July 63)

NELSON, Richard (enlisted, Coffeetown, 15 Feb 63; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, and paroled, 14 July 63; was able to sign his name)

NEUGENT, John, Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; promoted

from private to Sgt., 27 Sept 62)

LING, L.F. (enlisted, Port Hudson, 13 Dec 62; died in service, 3 Aug 64, Oliver Hospital., GA; left $15. )

NORIS, Jackson (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61)

NORRIS, J. J. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; died in service, Chicago, while a prisoner, 8 Sept 62)

NORRIS, James J. (in 1st Mississippi Hospital, Jackson, MS, 20-22 Sept 64 - Vulnus Sclopet)

NORRIS, S. J. [NORRIS, Jackson?]

N---TH, James (enlisted, Coffeetown, 15 Feb 63; hospitalized,

Montgomery, AL, 30 June 63)

PATTERSON, George W. (enlisted, Clarksville, 29 Jan 62; captured, Champion's Hill, 16 May 63)

PATTERSON, Thomas D. (enlisted, Port Hudson, 13 Dec 62; wounded, Champion's Hill, and captured, 16 May 63; took oath of allegiance, Chattanooga, 28 April 65; residence: Marshall Co., AL; gray eyes, dark complexion, dark hair, 5' 11" tall)

PENDERGRASS, James (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; discharged, October, 1862)

PENDERGRASS, Moses W. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61)

PENDERGRASS, Nathaniel F., Cpl., (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; promoted to 3rd Corporal, 27 Sept 62; wounded in left thigh and admitted to the USA Vining Station Hospital, 25 July 64; sent to Chattanooga Gen'l Hospital No. 2, 27 July 64; died in service, 5 Aug 64, aged 22)

PENDERGRASS, Wilboron (enlisted, Coffeetown, 15 Feb 63; deserted, Montgomery, April 1863)

PERRY, James, Cpl. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; elected 2nd Cpl., 27 Sept 62; wounded, Peach Tree Creek, and sent to USA Gen'l Hospital, 23 July 64; died in service, 4 Aug 64, Chattanooga Gen'l Hospital No. 1, with gunshot wounds in left thigh, left knee, and right hand)

PICKLE, B.

POOL, A. W. (enlisted, Meridian, MS, 20 April 63)

RESTER, Francis M. (may have transferred from 12th Louisiana Infantry)

REYNOLDS, William R. (enlisted, Camp Walton, 18 Dec 61; discharged,

26 Dec 63 at Corinth, for age; petitioned for discharge 11 times because he was 47; 5' 7" tall; occupation: farmer)

RODEN, James (enlisted, Coffeetown, AL, 13 Feb 63; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63)

RODEN, Jacob (enlisted, Port Hudson, LA, 10 Dec 62; died in service, Jackson, LA, date of death unknown)

RODEN, John (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; must have

been captured; took oath of allegiance to stay north of the Ohio River until after the war, 11 July 64, and released, 16 July 64; signed his name; gray eyes, 5' 8" tall, light complexion, dark hair)

ROWAN, B. D.. 3rd Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; promoted to 3rd Sgt. and reduced to Pvt., 1 Jan 63)

ROWAN, Elisha (enlisted, Coffeetown, Al, 15 Feb 63; deserted his regiment, Montgomery, 19 April 63; captured, Larkinsville, AL, 31 Aug 63; residence:

Larkinsville)

SOUTHERLAND, James M., 5th Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; promoted to 5th Sgt., 27 Sept 62)

SOUTHERLAND, John E. (enlisted, Port Hudson, 12 Dec 62; listed as a deserter; captured, Larkins Landing, AL, 24 Oct 64; sent to Camp Douglas; (enlisted in the 5th U.S. Volunteers, 15 April 65)

STOCKTON, Andrew J. (captured, 15 Dec 64, Nashville; taken to Military prison, Louisville, 20 Dec 64; transferred to Camp Douglas, arriving 22 Dec 64; mustered into 5th US Infantry, 15 April 65)

STOCKTON, John (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; died, 4th AL Battalion, while the unit was in POW camp)

STORCE, Enoch [ STORY?] (enlisted, Port Hudson, LA, 13 Dec 62)

STORY, Melvin (enlisted, Nashville, 15 May 62; surrendered, Larkinsville, AL, 11 May 65; fair complexion, light hair, gray eyes, and 5' 10" tall)

STORY, R. M. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; on 30 June 63, he was in hospital, Vicksburg; captured there and paroled, 8 July 63 signed his name with an "X")

SUTHERLAND [SOUTHERLAND?], John

SWAFFORD, Jackson (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 18 Nov 61)

SWAFFORD, William W. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; captured,

wounded with a gunshot; leg amputated; died in service, 12 Aug 64, (USA) Hospital, Kingston, GA)

TUCKER, Arch (enlisted, Port Hudson, LA, 13 Dec 62; died in service, Brookhaven, MS, 1 May 63, KIA, or died from wounds)

TUCKER, George (enlisted, Port Hudson, LA, 13 Dec 62)

TUCKER, William (enlisted, Port Hudson, LA, 13 Dec 62; deserted his

regiment, Montgomery, 19 April 63)

VENABLE, William T., 1st Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; made 1st Sgt., 27 Sept 62; wounded and captured, Peach Tree Creek, 20 July 64, by 3rd Division, 20th Army Corps (USA); sent to hospital, 22 July, where he supposedly died and was buried; shows up at USA No. 1 Hospital, Chattanooga, 31 July 64, with a flesh wound; shows up at the cemetery of Camp Chase, Grave No. 747)

WAFFER, William M. (left leg amputated, 24 July 64, Vining Station

Hospital., GA (USA) Hospital)

WAIFREY, C. C. [WINFRY, Clement C.?]

WALLACE, R. M. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61)

WEBB, Z.

WELSH, John B., 1st Sgt.

WILBUR, G. F. (paroled, Talladega, AL, 23 May 65)

WILLIAMS, A. J. [James A.?] (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; discharged, Port Hudson, 1 March 63; aged 47; born in TN; fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair, 5' 10" tall; occupation: farmer)

WILLIAMS, William (enlisted, Clarksville, TN, 29 Jan 62; captured,

Atlanta, 26 July 64; hospitalized, Vining Station, GA, wounded in shoulder)

WINFREY, Clement C. (captured, Huntsville, AL, 22 Dec 64; sent to Camp Chase; dark hair, dark complexion, gray eyes, 5' 8" tall; aged 18 years old in 1864; residence: Morgan Co., AL)

WINFREY, Paul V. (captured, Huntsville, AL, 22 Dec 64; sent to Camp Chase, aged 22; black eyes, 5' 10" tall, dark hair, and fair complexion)

WOFER, William, [WAFFER, William. M.?]

Company "F"

Officers:

Enlisted Men:

ALLISON, C. B.

BLAKE, John S. (enlisted, 31 Oct 61, Camp Cheatham; captured, Nashville, 16 Dec 64; sent to Camp Douglas, IL)

BLAKE, William (enlisted, 31 Oct 61, Camp Cheatham; captured, Egypt, MS, 28 Dec 64; died of pneumonia, Alton, IL, 21 Jan 65)

BRUMET, William (enlisted, 31 Oct 61, Camp Cheatham)

BURCH, William F. [William S.?], Sgt. (enlisted, 31 Oct 61, Camp Cheatham; admitted to hospital, Vining Station, GA, 23 June 64; left arm amputated, Aug 64; died 17 Aug 64, Federal Hospital for prisoners, Chattanooga, TN)

BLAKE, John S. (enlisted, 31 Oct 61, Camp Cheatham; captured, Nashville, 16 Dec 64; sent to Camp Douglas, IL)

BLAKE, William (enlisted, 31 Oct 61, Camp Cheatham; captured, Egypt, MS, 28 Dec 64; died of pneumonia, Alton, IL, 21 Jan 65)

BRUMET, William (enlisted, 31 Oct 61, Camp Cheatham)

BUFFINGTON, James M. (enlisted, 31 Oct 61, Camp Cheatham; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, and paroled; recaptured, Cassville, GA, 20 May 64; discharged, Rock Island, IL, 30 May 64 )

BUSBY, D. C. (enlisted, 31 Oct 61, Camp Cheatham; shown in hospital, Meridian, MS, 25 April 63; died in service, 31 March 64; benefits and belongs came to $24)

CANNON, James (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61; reported ill at Vicksburg, MS, 30 June 63; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63; paroled, 7 July 63; AWOL, 30 April 64; deserted on or about 15 Feb 64, determined after the reported AWOL)

CAUDEL[L], S. D. (left $35 when deceased, 65)

CHRISTIAN, John L. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61; discharged, 1 April 63; left ill at Clarksville, TN, 12 Feb 62)

CLAUDERS, William (died of pneumonia, 27 June 64, at Hospital No. 2, Lynchburg, VA; left $13)

CLOUD, William G., Sgt. (enlisted, 31 Oct 61, Camp Cheatham; died in service, 4 Aug 64, Erwin Hospital, GA; left $8)

COATS, Thomas B. (enlisted, 31 Oct 61, Camp Cheatham; captured, Jackson Co., AL, 1 Sept 63; sent to Camp Chase, OH; transferred to Rock Island, IL; joined US Army for frontier service, 17 Oct 64; gave as his reason, "tired of CSA wishes to reside in Illinois")

COATS, W. H. (enlisted, 31 Oct 61, Camp Cheatham)

COOPER, Baltimore (enlisted, 31 Oct 61, Camp Cheatham; hospitalized, 17 Feb-12 April 64, vul. Sclop.; in hospital, Floyd House, Macon, GA, 12 Aug 64, with gun shot wound on calf of right leg)

COX, Alexander, Pvt. (enlisted, 31 Oct 61, Camp Cheatham, aged 28; discharged for disability, phthisis pulmondis and hemorrhoids; farmer by occupation; dark complexion, blue eyes, black hair, 5' 8" tall)

DANIEL, Harden (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; absent at Montgomery Hospital, 30 June 63)

FAGG, L. A. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61; died in service, 6 July 63, Vicksburg, MS)

FREELAND, Moses G., 1st Lt. (also in Co. "D"; enlisted, Corinth, 17 July 61; residence: Madison Co., AL; fair complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, 5'10" tall; surrendered, Whitesburg, AL, 25 May 65, and took oath of allegiance, 31 May 65)

GIBSON, John A. (dropped from roll, 6 May 62, near Corinth)

GLASSCOCK, James L. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61; deserted, 16 Dec 64 (2nd day, battle of Nashville; took oath of allegiance, 10 Jan 65; residence: Jackson Co., AL; fair complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, 5' 8" tall; no family; signed name with an "X"; still living in 1907)

GLASSCOCK, W. S. (enlisted, Nashville, 21 Jan 62; ill at St. Mary's Hospital, Montgomery, 14 Oct-15 Nov 64)

GRIDER, Charles Wade (enlisted, Bolivar, AL, 8 Sept 62)

GRIDER, William M., 2nd Lt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61; promoted to 2nd Lt., 27 Sept 62; wounded and captured, Columbia, TN, 21 Dec 64 and sent to Ft. Delaware; at USA Hospital, Nashville, 21 Jan 65; released, 17 June 65; ruddy complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, 6' 0" tall)

GRUBBS, Jesse (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61)

GRUBBS, Perry (enlisted, Camp Cheatham)

HACKERSMITH, Esquire G. [HOCKERSMITH, E. G.?] (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61; took oath of allegiance, 2 Jan 65, Nashville; residence: Jackson Co., AL; fair complexion, light hair, gray eyes, 5' 8" tall; signed name with an "X")

HACKERSMITH, William R. [HOCKERSMITH, W. R.?], Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61; took oath of allegiance at Nashville, 2 Jan 65; residence: Jackson Co., AL)

HAMBLUE ETON, A. W. (enlisted, Stevenson, AL 1 Dec 62)

HAWK, Joseph (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61)

HERENDEN, M. H. (died in service, 16 Dec 62, Halston Hospital, New Market, TN)

HERRON, Isaac (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, and paroled, 7 July 63)

HILL, Thomas J. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61)

HOCKERSMITH, E. J. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61; signed name with an "X")

HOWEL, Marchion (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; promoted to Cpl., 27 Sept 62; died at home, Marshall Co., AL, while on 30-day furlough, May 63)

JACKSON, Alexander F. (admitted, Vining Station, GA, USA Hospital, 11 Aug 64; transferred from erysipelas ward)

JENKINS, John A. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61)

JENKINS, Thomas C. (admitted to Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, GA, 29 July 64; transferred, 11 Sept 64; residence: Jackson Co., AL)

LAMB, W. R.

LAWRENCE, J. H. (enlisted, 25 Dec 61)

LOWERY, A. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61)

MAXWELL, G. W. (enlisted, Stevenson, 13 Dec 61)

McCAMPBELL, Evonder F. (severe flesh wound of left thigh by cannon ball; admitted to Vining Station, GA, hospital, USA, 26 July 64; sent to Gen'l Hospital, 31 July 64)

McCAMPBELL, W. D. [-27 April 1866, Jackson Co., AL] Capt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham; promoted to captain, 9 Sep 62, after reorganization after Ft. Donelson; surrendered, 13 May 65, took oath of allegiance, and returned home)

McILWAIN, R. C. (claim filed for deceased soldier by William McIlwain, 27 April 64. )

McVAY, John A., 1st Lt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61; wounded, Peach Tree Creek, 20 July 64; surrendered, Bridgeport, AL, 15 May 65; took oath of allegiance, 22 May 65, Nashville; residence: Jackson Count, AL; 5'8" tall, dark complexion, brown hair, gray eyes)

OWEN, W. C. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61)

OWENS, John F. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61; still living in 1907)

OWENS, W. R., 1st Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61)

PATTERSON, F. C. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61; in hospital, Marion, MS, 30 June 63)

PAYNE, William J. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 31; paroled on oath of allegiance, 16 May 65, Marion, AL)

POAG [POGUE?] , W. J. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61; in 1st Mississippi Hospital, Jackson, 18 Nov to 14 Dec 64, Vulnus Sclopet)

PRESNELL, Martin A. (enlisted, Clarksville, 12 Feb 63; captured, Champion's Hill, 16 May 63; left in hospital and sent to Camp Morton)

PRIEST, John (captured around Atlanta; admitted to US Hospital, Vining Station, GA, left leg flesh wound, 11 Aug 64)

RAMSEY, W. H., Bvt. 2nd Lt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61)

RICE, Isaiah (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Dec 61)

RICE, James, Cpl. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61)

RIDLE, Thomas (dropped 6 May 62)

RUSSELL, T. P. (enlisted, Bellefonte, AL, 14 Feb 63; on detached service, Vicksburg, 30 June 63)

SAMPLEY, Thomas A. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 63; died in service, Vicksburg, date unknown)

SANDERS, Wiley W., Commissary Sgt. (also in Co. "I"; enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 63; made Commissary Sgt. for Company "I"; captured, Jackson, MS, July, 1863; sent to Camp Morton; must have deserted, for later he joined from desertion and was restored to the rolls, 5 March 63; released from Camp Morton by taking the oath of allegiance, 22 May 65; blond complexion, 5' 7" tall, sandy hair, and blue eyes)

SHERBY [SHERLEY?], J. C., Sgt. (captured, Vicksburg, and paroled, 7 July 63)

SMITH, Daniel (enlisted, Stevenson, AL, 3 Dec 62; detached and served at Vicksburg, 30 June 63)

SMITH, William, Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61; had pneumonia in Jackson, MS, 6-11 May 64; took oath of allegiance, 22 May 65; fair complexion, light hair, blue eyes, and 6' 2" tall)

STEWART, Jere M. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Dec 61; unfit for duty; disability discharge, chronic diarrhea; light complexion, 5' tall, blue eyes, light hair)

STOKES, John W., Cpl. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61; captured, Nashville, 15 Dec 64, and sent to Camp Chase; signed name with an "X")

SWAIM, Silas C., Cpl. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61; captured, Atlanta, 22 July 64; sent to Camp Chase)

THOMAS, James L. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61; attached to hospital, Lauderdale Springs, MS, as carpenter, 13 Oct 63; still living in 1907)

THOMASON, Matthew M. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61; took oath of allegiance, 21 Dec 64; no family; deserted, 5 Dec 64; fair complexion, brown hair, gray eyes, and 5' 5" tall; signed name with an "X")

THOMASON, William, Cpl. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61; deserted, 19 Dec 64; born: Jackson, Co., AL; fair complexion, light hair, gray eyes, and 5' 8" tall; no family; took oath of allegiance, 6 Jan 65; signed name with an "X")

TRUSS, J. S. (paroled, Talladega, AL, 22 May 65)

UHLRICH, Richard (enlisted, Stevenson, 1 March 63; musician; born in Virginia; died in service, 5 July 63, while at Vicksburg, diarrhea)

WELLS, Henry H. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61; surrendered, 12 May 65, at Citronelle, AL; residence: Stevenson, AL; amputated right thigh for phagendena, Floyd House Hospital, Macon, GA, 20 July 64)

WILLIAMS, Lorenzo D. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 8 Oct 61; captured, Atlanta, 20 July 64; died in service, 22 Dec 64, smallpox, Camp Douglas, IL; burial: nearby)

WILSON, S. W.

WILSON, Young

WOOD, Marchtin, F.

Company "G"

Officers:

Enlisted Men:

ARMSTRONG, John W. (enlisted, 20 March 63; died in service, 17 July 63, Meridian, MS)

BAIRD, David (enlisted, 9 Nov 61; discharged, 5 April 63, as under age)

BARBER, John M. (enlisted, 9 Nov 61)

BEAM, R. E. [BEAM, W. G.?]

BEVEL, William (enlisted, aged 54; dark complexion, gray eyes, born: Guilford County, NC; occupation: carpenter; discharged, 15 Nov 62, Port Hudson, LA, for general disability and age; had paralysis of left leg and defective eyesight)

BOYLES, Charles

BOYLES, James M. (enlisted, 30 March 62, Burnsville, MS)

BOYLES, John H. (enlisted, 9 Nov 61, Camp Cheatham; living, 1907)

BOOZER, Samuel H. (enlisted, 13 Jan 62, Goshen, AL)

BOYLES, Charles

BOYLES, James M. (enlisted, 30 March 62, Burnsville, MS)

BOYLES, John H. (enlisted, 9 Nov 61, Camp Cheatham; living, 1907)

BRANNON, Ben (discharged, for age)

BURROW, James

BYLES [BOYLES?], Charles (captured, Atlanta, 20 July 64; left leg amputated (gun shot wound), 21 July 64; died, Camp Chase, 9 Dec 64, of chronic diarrhea; buried 1/3 mile south of Camp Chase,grave no. 579)

63, for age)

CAMERON, W. W. (cnlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; discharged, 5 April 63, for age)

CARTER, Arthur Beard, Capt.

CLAPP, B. S. (enlisted, 30 March 62, Burnsville, MS; sent to hospital at Edward's Depot, MS, 6 May 63; reportedly captured, but never listed as POW)

COOPER, James B. (enlisted, 9 Nov 61, Camp Cheatham; furloughed home, 15 April 63; sick and unable to return; died, 13 July 63, at home, Marshall County, AL, of diarrhea)

CORNELIUS, Jesse (enlisted, 9 Nov 61, Camp Cheatham; sent to Vicksburg, sick, 30 June 63; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63; paroled, 7 July 63)

COX, Jefferson (enlisted, 9 Nov 61, Camp Cheatham; living in 1907)

CRAIG, Nathaniel (enlisted, 9 Nov 61, Camp Cheatham, aged 21; wounded, 20 July 64)

CROSS, Hugh (enlisted, 1 March 63, Port Hudson; deserted about 20 April 63; returned, 7 June 63, from hospital where he had been ill)

DALTON, James C., Cpl. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; attached to

Confederate States Hospital, Selma, AL, as nurse at 25 cents/day for extra pay, 23 July 63)

DAVIS, H. E. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61)

DOUGLASS, J. H., Lt. (dropped, 6 May 62, near Corinth)

EDMONDSON, J. B.

ELGIN, William H. (captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, and paroled, 6 July 63; unattached; signed his name)

ELKINS, E. M. (enlisted, Burnsville, MS, 2 April 62; transferred to Co. "G" from Co. "D", 22 March 63)

EVANS, R. M. (enlisted, Guntersville, AL, 1 March 63; sent to Vicksburg ill, 14 May 63; captured there, 4 July 63 and paroled, 7 July 63; signed his name with an "X")

FARRIS, E. N., Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; sent to Vicksburg, ill, 14 May 63; captured there, 4 July 63, and paroled, 7 July 63)

FARRIS, George Dudley (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; sent to Shelby Springs, AL, Soldiers' Home; died of chronic diarrhea, 12 Oct 63; left $45, claimed by his father, Champion Farris, 23 May 64)

FARRIS, N. Thomas (enlisted, Jackson, MS, 1 May 63; sent to Vicksburg, 14 May 63 and captured, 4 July 63; paroled 7 July 63; signed his name with an "X")

FENNELL, Isham W. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; appointed hospital steward, 12 April 63, by Surgeon; captured, Marshall County, AL, 22 Nov 64; sent to Camp Douglas)

EVANS, Thomas J. (enlisted, Guntersville, AL, 1 March 63; captured, near Edward's Depot, MS, 17 May 63, and in Marshall County, AL; took oath of allegiance, Chattanooga, 14 July 64, to stay north of Ohio River until war's end; ruddy complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes, 5' 6" tall)

FLETCHER, Andrew J. (captured, Atlanta, 20 July 64; sent to Camp Douglas; died 2 Jan 65, fever; burial: Grave No.342, Block 2, City Cemetery, Chicago, IL)

FLETCHER, D. R., 1st Lt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; wounded, 20 July 64)

FLETCHER, J. W., Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61)

FOSTER, J. V. (dropped, 6 May 62, near Corinth)

GARVIN [GAVIN?], William A. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; a teamster at Meridian, MS, April 64)

GAUTNEY, M. V., Pvt. Cpl. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61)

GRAMMAR, James R. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; 5' 9" tall, black eyes, fair complexion, dark hair; captured, Franklin, TN, 16 Sept 64 [probably Nashville]; sent to Camp Chase; took oath of allegiance, 12 June 65; living in 1907)

GRAMMAR, John T., Cpl. (enlisted, Guntersville, AL, 10 Dec 61, aged 33; sent to Vicksburg, 12 April 63; transferred to Co. "G", 3 April 63; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, and paroled, 7 July 63; recaptured, Franklin, 17 Dec 64, on return from Nashville; sent to Camp Douglas, then to Camp Chase; took oath of allegiance, 12 June 65; residence: Marshall County; dark complexion, black hair, gray eyes, 5' 7" tall)

GRAMMAR, Laban M., Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61)

GRAMMAR, Noel C. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; admitted to Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, GA, 22 July 64, with vul. Sclopet; residence: Marshall County)

GREEN, J. M. (dropped from rolls, 6 May 62, Corinth)

HACKETT, Thomas (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61)

HAYNIE, William A. (enlisted, Jackson, MS, 6 April 63; captured, Atlanta, 20 July 64; sent to Camp Douglas; discharged, 13 June 65)

HARTRUM, Daniel (also in co. "A"; captured, Atlanta, 20 July 64, and sent to Camp Douglas; claims to have been loyal and enlisted only to avoid conscription; captured and desired to take oath of allegiance to US and become a loyal citizen, Jan. 65; enlisted, Co. "D", 6th US Volunteers, 24 March 65)

HODGES, Thomas (enlisted, Guntersville, AL, 1 March 63; sent to

Canton, MS, Hospital, 1 June 63; captured, Chickamauga, 19 Sept 63, and sent to Camp Douglas; died of typhoid, 2 Jan 64; burial: grave No. 929, Chicago City Cemetery)

HODGES, Thomas II (died in service, Wayside Hospital, Demopolis, AL, 12 Sept 63, of wounds (or was KIA); left $3 which was collected by R. M. Rands on 8 Dec 63)

HUSTON, T. T. [see also, 49th AL Regiment]

ISENHOWER, D. (enlisted, 6 Feb 62)

JETT, Benjamin [Benton?] G. (enlisted, Corinth, 1 April 62; took oath of allegiance, 26 Nov 63, Nashville; residence: Marshall County, AL; fair complexion, brown hair, blue eyes, 6' 2" tall; captured, Woodsville, AL, 20 Nov 63; sent north of Ohio River, 28 Nov 63; dropped from roll as a deserter, 6 May 62)

JETT, James H. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; furloughed by medical board for 30 days, 28 Nov 62; reported as a deserter)

JETT, John (enlisted, Burnsville, 2 April 62; transferred to Co.

"G" from Co. "D"; sent to hospital, Canton, MS, 23 June 63)

JOHNSON, S. Y.

JOHNSON, William A., Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; dropped, 6 May 62, as Sgt.; residence: Morgan County, TN; took oath of allegiance, 12 May 65, Chattanooga; admitted to Ocmulgee Hospital, 22 July 64; furloughed, 23 July 64, as Pvt.)

JONES, E. (enlisted, 10 Aug 61, but under- or over-aged)

JONES, James (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; wounded and

captured, Peach Tree Creek, 23 July 64; died, Nashville, 28 Jan 65, small pox; burial: post hospital cemetery)

JONES, John T. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; sent to

Hospital, Jackson, MS, 28 May 63)

KELLY, Thomas E. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; sent to Vicksburg, ill, on 12 May 63; captured, 4 July 63; paroled, 7 July 63; signed name with an "X")

KENNEDY, L. P. (died, Port Hudson, 23 Nov 62; claim filed by Sarah Kennedy, 6 July 63)

KING, William (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; wounded,

Atlanta, 26 July 64; sent to USA hospital, Vining Station, GA, 30 July 64)

LAUGHINORE, Marcus (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 62; sent to hospital at Jackson, MS, 1 Jun 63)

LAUGHINORE, Monroe (enlisted, Edwards Depot, MS, 1 May 63; signed name with an "X")

McGLATHERY, James C. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61)

MITCHELL, A. S., 2nd Lt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; wounded, 20 July 64, Peach Tree Creek; leave of absence, 25 days, Tupelo, MS, 21 Jan 65; was paroled as 1st Lt. of Co. "C", Greensboro, NC, 1 May 65. )

NALLY, William M., Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; KIA, 13 July 63, Jackson, MS)

NIXON, R. G. [NIXON, John B.?] (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; captured, Atlanta, 20 July 64, and sent to Camp Douglas; enlisted in 5th US Volunteers, 6 April 65; still living, 1907)

NORMAN, W. E. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61)

PETTY, James F. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; furloughed, 17 Feb 63, for 60 days; reported deserted afterwards)

REAGAN, William (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; discharged for age, 10 Mar 63)

RAMSEY, James (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61)

RAWLAND, E.

REAGAN, Francis M. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; captured near Atlanta, 20 July 64, and sent to Camp Douglas, IL, 30 July 64; died, 7 Dec 64 (smallpox); burial: near Camp Douglas)

RICH, John (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; discharged 10 Mar 63)

ROBBINS, John O., 2nd Lt. (enlisted, Nashville, 15 Jan 61; wounded at Peach Tree Creek, 20 July 64; resigned, 5 Nov 64)

LEDBETTER, M. T. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61)

LEWIS, George T. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham; straggled and captured, Ballisen Creek, MS, on Big Black River, 16 May 63; sent to Ft. Delaware; joined Miolskonoski's Battery A, Pennsylvania Volunteers; signed name with an "X")

LEWIS, John (enlisted, Port Hudson, 3 Jan 63)

LEWIS, Robert (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61)

LEWIS, Thomas L. (enlisted, Port Hudson, 20 Feb 63; discharged, 10 Mar 63, because of age; must have joined again because captured, Peach Tree Creek, 20 July 64; sent to Camp Douglas, then to New Orleans; exchanged, 11 May 65)

LEWIS, William (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; discharged for age, 10 March 63; must have rejoined, because he was captured, Peach Tree Creek, 20 July 64, and sent to Camp Douglas; sent to New Orleans for exchange, 11 May 65)

McCAMPBELL, Alexander J. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61; wounded and captured at Peach Tree Creek, 20 July 64; sent to Camp Chase; aged 21 years; residence: Jackson County; fair complexion, dark hair, gray eyes, 5' 6"; released at Camp Chase, 13 July 65. )

MANNING, John (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 20 Jan 61; died in service, Jackson, MS, 17 Jan 62)

MARONEY, John A. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; sent to Hospital, Jackson, MS, 25 May 63)

MARONEY, Walter (enlisted, Port Hudson, 1 Mar 63; living in 1907. )

MARTIN, Robert G. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61)

MARTIN, William R. (enlisted, Burnsville, MS, 30 Mar 62; captured at Atlanta; died as POW at Camp Douglas, IL, Jan 65; burial: grave 501, block 2, Chicago Cemetery)

MASON, James (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 31 Oct 61; served as

teamster, 1 July - 27 July 1864; signed name with an "X")

PIKE, J. H. (dropped from the rolls 6 May 62)

RUBY, Charles (dropped from the rolls, 6 May 62, near Corinth)

SHANNON, Thomas (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61)

SHIPP, Jonathan, Cpl., (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; transferred to Co. F of the 49th Alabama Regiment 3 April 63)

SMITH, C. W. (enlisted, Corinth, 6 May 62; dropped)

SPENCE, Robert

STOCKTON, James (enlisted, Burnsville, MS, 30 Mar 62; disability discharge, 2 Feb 64 (chronic diarrhea); aged 30 years old, 6' tall, blue eyes, dark complexion, dark hair; occupation: farmer; residence: Guntersville, AL)

SULCER, Andrew (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; discharged, 10 Mar 63, for age)

TAYLOR, F. M., Capt. (dropped, 6 May 62, near Corinth)

TAYLOR, W. J. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61)

THOMPSON, R. M. (enlisted, Guntersville, AL, 9 Feb 63)

TIDWELL, Samuel K. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; took oath of

allegiance, 4 April 63; deserted, 23 Jan 63; dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, and 6' tall; no family; signed name with an "X")

TROOP [TROUP?], James M[ichael?], Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61)

TROOP, William C. (enlisted, Huntsville, 18 Jan 61)

WEBSTER, ? ?, Cpl. (dropped, 6 May 62, Corinth)

WILLCHER, John T. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; sent to hospital, Jackson, MS, 22 May 63; died, 19 Aug 63, at hospital, Lauderdale, MS, diarrhea; mother, F. M. Wilsher, collected $14.75)

WILLIAMS, Hiram (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61; discharged,

10 Mar 63, aged 47; 5' 9" tall, fair complexion, yellow hair, black eyes; occupation: farmer)

WINTERS, J. T. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61; discharged for age)

WILDMAN, William M. D. Pvt., Co. G (enlisted, Guntersville, AL, 1 Mar 63; captured, Peach Tree Creek, 20 July 64; sent to Camp Chase; died, 2 April 65 (gunshot wound); burial: grave #1805, located 1/3 mile from Camp Chase; aged 38; hit by cannonball in the right leg and sent to hospital, Chattanooga, 11 Sept 64)

WOODALL, Joseph A. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61)

Company "H"

Officers:

Enlisted Men:

ABBIT, William (enlisted, 2 Nov 61)

ANDERSON, Aaron (enlisted, 31 March 62; captured, Columbia, TN, 21 Dec 64; sent to Camp Chase, OH)

BAKER, A. F. (admitted to Gen'l Hospital, Chattanooga, from Military Prison, 2 Jan 65, aged 24)

BAKER, T. D. [BAKER, A. F.?]

BOGUE, Thomas (enlisted, 29 Nov 62, Bellefonte, AL; died from diarrhea, Vicksburg, 6 June 63)

BOOKOUT, James A. (enlisted, 2 Nov 61, Camp Cheatham; captured, Champion's Hill, and exchanged, 4 July 63)

BOOKOUT, M. J.

BOOKOUT, W. R., Sgt. (enlisted, 2 Nov 61, Camp Cheatham)

BRADFORD, H. C., 1st Lt. (enlisted, 29 Nov 62, Bellefonte, AL; made 1st Lt. and regimental adjutant, 23 Feb 63)

BROWN, George W. (enlisted, 25 Nov 62, Stevenson, AL; in hospital, 25 June 64, with chronic diarrhea; returned to duty, 16 Aug 64; living in 1907)

CARLETON, Henry B., Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; captured, Ft. Donelson, as part of 42nd Tenn. Infantry, 16 Feb 62; released at Vicksburg, 20 Sept 62)

CARLETON [CARLETAN], J. J. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; wounded, Baton Rouge, LA, 5 Aug 62; captured at a private home on retreat from Champion's Hill; died in service, 23 July 63, at hospital, Lauderdale, MS, of diarrhea)

CHURCH, Lafayette (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 1 Dec 62)

CLIFTON, James, jr.

CLIFTON, James M., Capt. (enlisted, 2 Nov 61, Camp Cheatham; promoted to major, 12 Feb 62; commanded the 4th AL Battalion to 15 April 62)

CLIFTON, James R. (enlisted 2 Nov 61, Camp Cheatham; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63; reported in hospital, Vicksburg, 30 June 63; paroled, 7 July 63)

COWAN, J. H., Capt.

COWAN, William M., Sgt. Major (enlisted, 1 Nov 62, Stevenson; promoted, Sgt. Major, 23 Feb 63; wounded in action, 20 July 63; in hospital, Macon, GA, 26 Sept 64, with gunshot wounds in right leg and left shoulder; promoted to ensign, 1 May 64; carried flag at Peach Tree Creek and wounded 3 times)

DERATT, Boston E. (captured, Bentonville, NC, 19 March 65)

DUNCAN, Alexander (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; captured, Chattahooche River, GA, 19 July 64; took oath of allegiance, 22 July 64, Chattanooga; died in service, 29 Oct 64, chronic diarrhea; burial: grave 9691, City Cemetery, Nashville, aged 21; light complexion, sandy hair, blue eyes, 5' 7" tall; residence: Jackson Co., AL)

DUNCAN, James (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; captured, Jackson Co., AL; took oath of allegiance, Chattanooga, to remain north of Ohio River, 11 July 64; 5' 8" tall, blue eyes, sandy hair, ruddy complexion; residence: Jackson Co., AL; signed name with an "X"; sent from Louisville and released north of the Ohio River, 16 July 64)

DUNN, Richard (also in Co. "E"; enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; captured, Champion's Hill, 16 May 63; took oath of allegiance at Nashville, 10 Dec 63; fair complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes, 5' 5" tall; residence: Jackson Co., AL)

EDWARDS, Matthew , Cpl. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; detailed with extra duty, 30 June 63, as brigade butcher; deserted, Atlanta, 9 Aug 64; captured, Bradley Co., TN, 15 Aug 64; native of that Co.; took oath of allegiance to stay north of Ohio River, 15 Aug 64; light complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, 5' 8" tall)

ELKINS, R. L. (enlisted, Guntersville, 30 March 62; 5'9" tall, dark hair, blue eyes, dark complexion; occupation: farmer; aged 30 upon discharge for disability, chronic rheumatism, 27 May 62)

GARMANY, William H., Pvt., 1st Sgt. (also in Co. "K"; enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62; sent to hospital, Columbus, MS, 16 April 62; Ordinance Sgt. )

GAY, A. J. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61)

FOSTER, Hugh C. (enlisted, Stevenson, AL, 1 Dec 62; absent at Vicksburg as baggage guard, 30 June 63; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63 and paroled, 7 July 63; recaptured, Jackson Co., AL, 25 Feb 65; sent to Louisville; released on oath, 16 June 65; 5' 7" tall, blue eyes, light complexion, dark hair, aged 20; home: Bridgeport, AL)

FOSTER, Thomas F., 1st Lt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; captured, Peach Tree Creek, 20 July 64; sent to Johnson's Island, then to Pt. Lookout, MD; leg amputated, Vining Station, GA, Federal Hospital, 21 July 64; aged 24; also wounded right ankle; admitted to Stuart Hospital, Richmond, VA, 22 March 65, with complaints of old wounds, and furloughed for 30 days, 24 March 65)

FRY, Alison, 2nd Lt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61)

GAY, Marchtin J. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; took oath of allegiance, 15 May 65, Stevenson, AL; fair complexion, light hair, blue eyes; 6' 0" tall)

GAY, W. J. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61)

GIBSON, John H., Capt., Major (on 22 Nov 62, Isaac Henry failed to stand the examination and was discharged; Capt. John H. Gibson of the 42nd TN Regiment, who had escaped from prison, was assigned command of the company; Major G. L. Alexander was killed in the engagement at Baton Rouge, 5 Aug 62; Capt. Gibson, senior captain, then entered upon the duties of the office; in Jan-

Feb 63, he was a major in the 23rd AL Battalion, Partisan Rangers, of Wood's Brigade; KIA, Chickamauga)

GOFORTH, J. N. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; took oath of allegiance, Nashville, 13 May 63; surrendered at Stevenson, Al; native of Jackson Co., AL; gray eyes, fair complexion, dark hair, 5'5" tall)

GOWAN, William (enlisted, Meridian, MS, 20 April 63; captured, Champion's Hill, 16 May 63; sent to Ft. Delaware; died of wounds, 25 June 63)

GRAVES, John R. (captured, Columbia, TN, 22 Dec 64; released, 4 June 65; sent to Camp Chase, transferred to Pt. Lookout, MD; wounded, Franklin, 30 Nov 64 )

GROSS, John, Cpl. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; captured, Atlanta, 20 July 64; died in service, 15 Aug 64 after arm amputation; burial: City Cemetery, Nashville)

HAMPTON, Chapley (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 5 March 63, aged 27; died in service, 31 Dec 62)

HAMPTON, Charles (enlisted, Bellefonte, AL, 29 Nov 62; captured, Atlanta, 20 July 64; sent to Camp Douglas; died 5 Sept 64 of smallpox)

HARTLY, Calvin (enlisted, Bellefonte, AL, 29 Nov 62; employed at Buford's Brigade Infantry, as ward master)

GWIN, Glias, Pvt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; took oath of allegiance, 6 Jan 65; residence: Jackson Co., AL; fair complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes, 5' 10" tall; has family; signed name with an "X")

HENDERSON, Columbus Cicero, Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; captured, Atlanta, 20 July 64 and sent to Camp Douglas, IL; discharged 12 June 65, Camp Douglas; residence: Middleton, AL; light complexion, light hair, 5' 7" tall, blue eyes)

HOLDER, Dempsey (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; appointed 5th Sgt., 18 Feb 63)

HOLDER, Joseph

HORNBUCKLE, R. A. (enlisted, Memphis, 10 Aug 61; captured, Jackson, MS, 17 July 63; exchanged, Camp Lee, Richmond, VA, and sent to Wayside Hospital, Richmond)

HOWARD, Lafayette (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; admitted to Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, GA, vul. Sclopet; transferred, 23 July 64; residence: Jackson Co., AL)

HURL, F. D. (enlisted, Bellefonte, 29 Nov 62)

IVEY, Marchcus (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61)

JEARNIGAN [JERNIGAN?], Elijah, 1st Sgt. (enlisted, Clinton, MS, 27 Sept 62; captured, Champion's Hill, 16 May 63; sent to Ft. Delaware)

JONES, William R. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; in hospital, Vicksburg, 4 July 63; captured, 4 July 63 and paroled, 7 July 63; died that month - diarrhea)

KEYS, Isaac N. (captured, Jackson Co., AL, 7 Feb 65; sent to Camp Chase; paroled, Camp Chase, 2 May 65, and sent to New Orleans for exchange; living in 1907)

KEYS, John B., Cpl. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; admitted to Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, GA, 22 July 64; transferred, 23 July 64; residence: Jackson Co., AL)

KINEY, Thomas (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; in hospital, Montgomery, 30 June 63; discharged, 1 May 63 [sic] )

KING, W. R. (enlisted, Stevenson, AL, 2 Dec 62; ill at Vicksburg, 30 June 63; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, and paroled, 17 July 63 (asked to take oath of allegiance to US and to be released); sent to Camp Morton, and released north of the Ohio River; took oath of allegiance, 3 Jan 65; dark complexion, 5' 4" tall; black hair, brown eyes)

LAWLESS, Rufus J. (enlisted, Bellefonte, 29 Nov 62; captured, Atlanta, 20 July 64 and sent to Camp Douglas; claims to have been loyal and was conscripted into Rebel service; wished to become loyal citizen and took oath of allegiance, 11 May 65, and released; resident of Jackson Co., AL; 5' 1" tall, gray eyes, light complexion, brown hair)

LEATH, G. W., 2nd Lt. (appointed 8 May 62; claim filed by widow, Mary C. Leath 10 Sep 63)

MASSEY. Thomas (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 11 Feb 62; took oath of allegiance at Chattanooga, 11 July 64, and sent north of Ohio River; residence: Jackson Co.; dark complexion, brown hair, brown eyes, 6' 1", signed name with an "X")

MAXWELL, Hugh P. , Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 11 Feb 61; took oath of allegiance, 16 July 64, at Louisville; residence: Jackson Co., where he was captured, 14 July 64; light complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, 6' 0")

MAXWELL, Jesse G. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 11 Feb 61; in Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, GA, 22-23 July, Vul. Sclopet; residence: Jackson Co.; took oath of allegiance, 24 May 65; light complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, 6' 0")

McKINSEY [McKINNEY?], Wilson, Cpl. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; in hospital, Enterprise, AL, 30 July 63; in hospital at 1st Mississippi CSA Hospital, Jackson, 30 Sept-7 Oct 63, Debilitas)

McNUTT, J. W. (enlisted, Stevenson, 1 Dec 62; reported absent at Vicksburg with wagon train; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, and paroled, 10 July 63. )

MOORE, William K., Sgt. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 25 Sept 61; captured near Gaylesville, 22 Oct 64, and sent to Camp Douglas; discharged, 17 June 65; residence: Cherokee Co.; fair complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, 5' 9" tall)

NETHERLAND [NUTHERLAND?], John M.

MORRIS, J. B. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; transferred to the Confederate Navy, 23 May 64)

NEVELS, John L. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; detailed as a teamster, 30 June 63; took oath of allegiance, 6 Jan 65 at Nashville and signed name with an "X"; fair complexion, brown hair, blue eyes, 5' 8" tall; deserted 22 Dec 64; no family)

NICHOLS, Wade (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; captured, Nashville, 15 Dec 64, and sent to Camp Douglas)

NORWOOD, William H. (enlisted, Bellefonte, 29 Nov 62; clerk in Quartermaster office, 1 July to 31 Dec 63; paroled, Greensboro, NC, 1 May 65)

NUTHERLAND, J. (enlisted, Bellefonte, 29 Nov 62; sick in hospital, Vicksburg, 30 June 63; captured, 4 July 63, and paroled, 7 July 63)

OVADEAN, G. A. [OVERDEER, Gustavas A.?] (enlisted, Stevenson, 25 Nov 62; took the oath of allegiance, Nashville, 6 Jan 65; residence: Jackson Co.; dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, 5' 11" tall; deserted, 22 Dec 64; no family; still living, 1907)

PRATT, James M.

RAWDEN, John

ROBERTS, P. L.

RODEN, A.J. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Dec 61)

SHOOK, William L. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; sent to Louisville as POW, 10 Dec 63; residence: Hamilton Co., TN; fair complexion, light hair, hazel eyes, 5' 10" tall; took oath of allegiance, 9 Dec 63, Nashville)

SMITH, D. C. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61)

SMITH, George H. (living in 1907; residence: Jackson, Co., AL; surrendered, 13 May 65, Stevenson, AL; took oath of allegiance, 15 May 65; fair complexion, dark hair, gray eyes, and 5' 8" tall)

SMITH, Nicholas (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; captured, Vicksburg; paroled and captured again, near Nashville, 15 Dec 64; sent to Camp Douglas, IL; signed with an "X")

SMITH, Ralph (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; captured, Nashville, 15 Dec 64, and sent to Camp Douglas)

SMITH, W. W., Bvt. 2nd Lt. [SMITH, William W.?] (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; residence: Jackson, Co., AL; captured, Rogersville, AL, 31 Dec 64, and sent to Ft. Delaware; released, 14 June 65; dark complexion, dark hair, gray eyes, and 5' 10" tall; living in 1907)

SRATT, Daniel J. (in Floyd House Hospital, Macon-gunshot wound entering the axilla and passing out at the lower portion of the scapula, 18 July 64; furloughed, 28 July 64, Jackson Co., AL)

STEWART, W. A. [W. E.?], Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61; assigned to duty, Vicksburg, with the wagon train, 1 Feb 63; captured, Vicksburg, and paroled, 13 July 63, as W. L. Stewart; signed with an "X")

STUART, William L., Sgt.

SURRATT, Boston E. (enlisted, Bellefonte, 29 Nov 62; reported to Provost Marshall General, Washington, DC, 3 July 65; captured, Bentonville, NC, 19 March 65; gray eyes, 5' 51/2" tall, dark brown hair, and dark complexion; released, Pt. Lookout, MD, 19 June 65; a patient in Marion, AL, hospital on 26 April 64)

TALBERT, Green (enlisted, Stevenson, AL, 1 Nov 61)

TALLANT, John (captured, Calhoun, GA, 16 May 64, Battle of Resaca; sent to Alton, IL, 23 May 64; transferred to Pt. Lookout for exchange, 21 Feb 65; residence: Montgomery; signed name with an "X"; in hospital, Alton, 26 June-1 Sept 64, diarrhea and itch)

THORNHILL, William A. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 62; took oath of allegiance, 23 May 64; residence: Jackson Co., AL; fair complexion, light hair, gray eyes, and 5' 8" tall)

WILBANKS, E. M., Cpl. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 2 Nov 61)

WILBANKS, Elias P. (enlisted, Stevenson, AL, 30 Nov 62; captured, Atlanta, 20 July 64; sent to Camp Douglas, IL; discharged, 11 May 65; residence: Jackson Co., AL; light complexion, brown hair, blue eyes, 5' 10" tall; signed name with an "X")

WILSON, C. L. (listed in the Federal Hospital, 26 July 64, Atlanta, 20th Army Corps, 3rd Division)

Company "I"

Officers:

Privates:

ACKER, William S (enlisted, 13 Jan 61; rejected for old age, 57 years)

ALLEN, John D., 1st Sgt. (enlisted, 29 Nov 62; took oath of allegiance, Nashville, 6 May 65)

ALLISON, John

AMBRESTER, W. M. (enlisted, 13 Nov 61)

ARMSTRONG, William L., Cpl. (captured, Nashville; sent to Camp Douglas, IL, 16 Dec 64)

ADKINSON, William H. (enlisted, 13 Jan 61; detached as hospital nurse, 11April 62)

ASKBROM, Z.

AUSBROOKE, William E. (enlisted, 29 Nov 62; surrendered, Stevenson, AL, 14 May 65, and took oath)

AUSTIN, G. W. (enlisted, 29 Nov 62)

BEEDLE, John (enlisted, 1 Oct 61, Camp Cheatham; in hospital, 19 Aug 63, Lauderdale Springs, MS, and became a nurse detailed to Loring's Division Hospital surgeon; returned to duty, 13 Oct 63; in hospital, 13 Feb 64-7 March 64, Jackson, MS, opthalmia)

BLADLES, John

BRAUDAWAY [BRADAWAY?], James D. (enlisted, 29 Dec 62, Bellefonte, AL; captured, Champion's Hill, 16 May 63; died in Virginia Hospital, Petersburg, 16 July 63, of chronic diarrhea; signed name with "X")

BROADWAY, Nicholas [BRAUDAWAY, N. B.?] (enlisted, 29 Dec 62, Bellefonte, AL; captured, near Nashville, 16 Dec 64; sent to Camp Douglas, IL; 5' 7" tall; blue eyes, fair complexion, light hair; took oath of allegiance, 12 June 65, at Camp Chase, OH; aged 23 at that time)

BREWER, Emerson (enlisted, 13 Dec 62, Camp Cheatham; took oath, 15 Feb 65, at Nashville; dark complexion, hazel eyes, dark hair, 5' 71/2 " tall, no family; signed with an "X"; still living in 1907)

BRIDGES, James C. (enlisted, 12 Nov 61, Camp Cheatham)

BRYANT, J. H., Sgt. (enlisted, 13 Nov 61, Camp Cheatham; took oath 17 May 65, Nashville; residence: Madison Co., AL; surrendered at Bellefonte; 6' 0", gray eyes, fair complexion, dark hair)

BUSBY, Alex (enlisted, 25 Feb 63, Coffeetown, AL; recruited by Maj. J. H. Jones; shown as in Loring's Division Hospital, Lauderdale, MS, 19 Aug 63; transferred to Convalescent Camp, 9 Aug 63 [sic]; died in service, 28 Oct 63)

CAIN, James [CAINE?] (enlisted, 29 Nov 62, Bellefonte, AL; wounded, Peach Tree Creek, flesh wound, right arm, severe; treatment: water dressing; captured, Atlanta, 20 July 64, and sent to Camp Chase; died as POW, 4 June 65, of typhoid; burial: grave no. 2024, 1/3 mile south of Camp Chase; aged 20)

CAIN, R. D. (enlisted, 13 Nov 61, Camp Cheatham; left Vicksburg, ill, 30 June 63; captured there, 4 July 63, and sent to Memphis, 18 July 63; received and discharged from Grotiot Street Prison, St. Louis, MO, 1 Aug 63; sent to Camp Douglas; enlisted in US Navy; laborer in AL when war began; wished to take oath as loyal citizen)

CARTER, W. A. B. (enlisted, Bellefonte, AL, 29 Nov 62; ill with pneumonia, 18 March 65, at Meridian, MS, and furloughed)

COUNTS, McC. (enlisted, Bellefonte, AL, 29 Nov 62; in hospital, Lauderdale, MS, 5 Aug 63)

COUNTS, T. B. (enlisted, Bellefonte, AL, 29 Nov 62)

DARWIN, W. D. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; teamster, 1-27 July 64; took oath of allegiance, 12 Feb 65; residence: Jackson Co., AL; fair complexion, light hair, blue eyes, 5' 10" tall, no family; signed his name with an "X"; living in 1907)

DAUBS, F. (enlisted, 29 Nov 61, Bellefonte, AL)

DAVIS, John (enlisted, Bellefonte, AL, 15 Feb 62)

DAVIS, Reuben C. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61)

DENISON, O. [DENSON, G. O?] (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; absent at time of surrender, Ft. Donelson, and not reported since 31 Oct 62; however, shows as present, 26 March 64)

DERRICK, T. J. (enlisted, Bellefonte, AL, 29 Nov 62; attached as nurse, French's Division Hospital, Lauderdale, MS, 16 July 63; returned to duty, 31 July 63)

DERRICK, W. P. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 12 Nov 61)

DICKERSON, A. G. [A. J.?]

DICKERSON, A. G. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; on detached service, 30 June 63, at Vicksburg, and captured, 4 July 63; paroled, 7 July 63; signed with an "X")

DICKERSON, I. D. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61, aged 31; discharged from hospital, Granada, MS, 31 Oct 62; 5' 10" tall, with dark hair and dark complexion, with hazel eyes; had asthma and chronic hepatization of left lung; farmer)

DICKSON, C. B. (enlisted, Port Hudson, LA, 6 Feb 63)

DERRICK, G. W. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; had opthalumia at Jackson, MS, CSA Hospital, 13 Feb 64; deserted, 17 April 64, from Soldiers' Home Hospital, Shelby Springs, AL; admitted there 4 April and stayed until desertion)

DUDLEY, A. (enlisted, Bellefonte, AL, 29 Nov 62)

DUDLEY, Joseph (enlisted, Port Hudson, LA, 6 Feb 63; KIA or mortally wounded, Canton, MS, 6 Nov 63)

DUDLEY, Thomas H. (enlisted, Corinth, 9 June 61; captured, Nashville, 16 Dec 64; sent to Camp Douglas, IL; took oath of allegiance at Camp Chase, OH, 12 June 65; fair complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, 6' 0"; aged 22 in 1865)

FARMER, D. C., 2nd Lt. (AWOL, 30 June 63; dropped from rolls, 7 Jan 64)

FINNEY, J. R. (enlisted, Bellefonte, AL, 29 Nov 62)

FINNEY, W. W. (enlisted, Bellefonte, AL, 29 Nov 62)

FONDREN, John (died , Clinton, MS, 5 Oct 62)

GRAY, G. L. [Thomas J.?] (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; living in 1907)

GREEN, Richard [B. B.?] (enlisted, Bellefonte, AL, 29 Nov 62; residence: Jackson Co., AL; fair complexion, light hair, gray eyes, 5' 81/2 " tall; no family; took oath of allegiance, Nashville; deserted, 28 Dec 64; living in 1907)

GREEN, S. H. , Sgt. (enlisted, Bellefonte, AL, 29 Nov 62; captured, Atlanta, 20 July 64 and sent to Camp Douglas; discharged, 17 June 65; light complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, 5' 9: tall; residence: Scottsboro, AL)

GRIMMETT, R. D., Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; served as Sgt. to 27 Sept 62; escaped from Ft. Donelson; captured, Champion's Hill, 17 May 63; sent to Ft. Delaware)

HARP, Phillip [Pipkin?], Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61, aged 31; elected Sgt., 27 Sept 62; captured, Spring Hill, TN, 17 Dec 64, probably on retreat from Nashville; 5' 71/2 " tall, fair complexion, dark hair, blue eyes; took oath of allegiance, 12 June 65, at Camp Chase, OH)

HENSHAW, A. H. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61)

HENSHAW, Albert (enlisted, Bellefonte, AL, 29 Nov 62)

HILLION, Nathaniel (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61)

HENSHAW, A. H. [HINSHAW]

HINSHAW, Newton (enlisted, Bellefonte, AL, 29 Nov 62)

HOLDER, J. G. (Took oath of allegiance, Talladega, AL, 13 June 65)

HOOD, J. W. C. (enlisted, Bellefonte, 29 Nov 62; captured, Atlanta, 20 July 64; sent to Camp Douglas; residence: Jackson Co., AL; discharged, 17 June 65; fair complexion, light hair, blue eyes, 5' 9" tall; wounded, Peach Tree Creek by gunshot)

HOOD, James (enlisted, Bellefonte, 29 Nov 62; died of gunshot wounds, Field Hospital, 3rd Division, 20th USA Corps; burial: hospital site)

HOOD, John W. (captured, 20 July 64, Battle of Peach Tree Creek, near Atlanta; in USA hospital, 26 July 64; sent to Gen'l Hospital, Chattanooga, 30 July 64; age: 21; sent to military prison, Chattanooga, 10 Aug 64)

HOOD, W. A. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; discharged with disability, 13 Oct 62)

HORTON, Samuel D., Cpl. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; elected Cpl., 27 Sept 62; discharged, 5 Feb 64; 5' 11" tall; light hair, gray eyes, fair complexion, farmer by trade; aged 18)

HOWKINS, W. M. [HAWKINS, William?]

HULSEY, H. J. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; discharged, 5 March 63)

HUTTON, James (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; reported as POW, 30 June 63)

IVY, Benjamin F. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; captured, Nashville, 16 Dec 64; sent to Camp Douglas; light complexion, light hair, hazel eyes; 5' 101/2 " tall; age: 23 )

IVY, Enos P. (enlisted, Goshen, AL, aged 17, 13 Jan 62)

IVY, J. S., Cpl. (died in service, Helena, AR, 25 Oct 62)

IVY, W. B. (enlisted, Bellefonte, AL, 29 Nov 62; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, and paroled, 7 July 63)

JENKINS, George (enlisted, Bellefonte, AL, 29 Nov 62; captured, Nashville, 16 Dec 64; died as POW, 3 March 65; burial: Grave #1518, 1/3 mile south of Camp Chase)

JENKINS, John (enlisted, Bellefonte, AL, 29 Nov 62; paroled, 10 May 65, Meridian, MS)

JENKINS, William (enlisted, Bellefonte, AL, 29 Nov 61; captured, Atlanta, 27 July 64; sent to Camp Chase; died as POW, 5 Feb 65; grave: 1/3 mile south of Camp Chase)

KITCHENS, John (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61)

LEVERTON, L. A. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Dec 61; discharged, 5 March 63)

MAPLES, I. H., Pvt., Co. I (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; discharged, 5 March 63)

MONEY, M. J., 2nd Lt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; discharged at reorganization, 27 Sept 62)

MURPHY, T. J., Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; served as Sgt. until 27 Sept 62; transferred to Confederate Navy, 23 March 64)

PARKER, J. M. (detailed as employee of Montgomery, AL CSA Arsenal, 31 Dec 64; 6' 4" tall, with gray eyes, light hair, and a fair complexion; aged 25; occupation: carpenter)

PARKS, Thomas B., 1st Lt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 62)

PENNINGTON, J. H. [Isaac H.?] (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; still living in 1907)

RAINES [PONES, RAINS?], John W. (enlisted, Bellefonte, 25 Feb 63; deserted, 19 April 63 according to records; captured once, date and place unknown; captured, Franklin, TN, 17 Dec 64, probably on the retreat from Nashville; died of pneumonia, 10 April 65, Camp Chase, OH; burial: 1/3 mile south of the camp)

REID, Jos. P. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 63)

ROBERTSON, Thomas N. (enlisted, Columbus, MS, 20 Sept 61; captured, Peach Tree Creek, 20 July 64; wounded, cannon ball shot, in the left thigh; died in service, 25 July 64, according to an incorrect report; sent to Camp Douglas, IL after being captured, aged 25)

ROBERTS, D. M., 1st Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61)

RUSSELL, W. L., Sgt. (enlisted, Bellefonte, 13 Nov 61; died in service, 20 April 63, chronic diarrhea)

SHIELDS, J. H. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 62)

SIMMONS, James (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; captured, Vicksburg, and paroled, 7 July 63)

SMITH, F. H. (enlisted, Bellefonte, 29 Nov 62; born in TN; killed at Jackson, MS, 17 July 63)

SPARKS, M. L. (also in Co. "K")

SPARKS, Terry G. (also in Co. "K"; enlisted, Camp Johnston, 13 Jan 62, aged 17; sent home from Murfreesboro, TN, 28 Feb 62)

SPARKS, William S. (also in Co. "K"; enlisted, Camp Johnston, 13 Jan 62, aged 24; captured, Vicksburg, and paroled, 6 July 63; residence: Goshen, AL)

SPENCE, William M., Sgt. (also in Co. "K"; residence: Goshen, AL)

STARKEY, John B., 2nd Lt. (enlisted, Bellefonte, 29 Nov 62; reported absent, 20 July 64, due to a wound; fair complexion, light hair, blue eyes, and 5' 7" tall; took oath of allegiance, 14 may 65, Nashville)

STEPHENS, Hiram, (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; discharged for disability, 13 Oct 62)

STEPHENS, Newton (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61)

STERMS [STEVENS?], James M. (enlisted, Camp Chase, OH, 22 April 65; captured, Nashville, 16 Dec 64; sent to Camp Douglas)

STOCKDALE [STOGSDELLE?], Thomas

SCOGIN, W. G.

STOGSDALE [STOGSDILL?], Richard (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61)

STOGSDALE, Thomas (enlisted, Bellefonte, 29 Nov 62; captured, Rogersville, TN, 31 Dec 64; died in service, 26 Jan 65, pneumonia; burial at Camp Chase, OH, grave #900)

SUBLETT, D. S., Cpl. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; teamster, from 1 July to 31 Dec 63, driving government wagons)

SUBLETT, J. B. (enlisted, Bellefonte, 29 Nov 62)

SUBLETT, Jordon, J., 1st Lt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 62; discharged by reorganization, 27 Sept 62)

SWAFFORD, John A., Sgt. (enlisted, Bellefonte, 29 Nov 62; captured, Nashville, 16 Dec 64; sent to Camp Douglas; fair complexion, dark hair, blue eyes, and 5' tall; aged 37; made Sgt. during his enlistment; still living in 1907)

SWAIM, John (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61)

TANKERSLEY, William (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; was in Jackson's Cavalry, Divison I Hospital, Lauderdale, MS; attached to hospital as a nurse, 20 June 63, detailed by Surgeon Lipscomb; deserted, 20 Dec 64; had a family; residence: Jackson Co., AL; fair complexion, light hair, blue eyes, 5' 9" tall; signed name with an "X"; still living in 1907)

TAYLOR, James, Sgt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; deserted, 15 Nov 62. )

TAYLOR, Miles C. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; captured, Atlanta, 20 July 64; sent to Camp Douglas; when he was captured, he claimed to have been loyal; enlisted in Co. "F" of US Volunteers, 26 March 65; signed name with an "X"; still living in 1907. )

TIPTON, B. W. (enlisted, Bellefonte, 29 Nov 62; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63)

TRICE, James T. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61)

VANDIVER, R. E. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61)

VAUGHAN, John M. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; captured, Big Black, MS, 21 May 63; sent to Ft. Delaware)

WARD, William T. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; detailed to the Pioneer Corps under Major J. Bingham, Camp Smith's Ferry, MS, on the Pearl River, October 1863)

WEBB, Ellis (died in service, Port Hudson, LA; claim filed 13 May 63)

WHEELER, John Vestal, Pvt. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; captured, Ft. Donelson, 6 Feb 62; sent to Camp Douglas, IL; exchanged 20 Sept 62)

WRINKLE [RIGLE?], Caswell T. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 13 Nov 61; took oath of allegiance, Nashville, 6 May 65; residence: Jackson Co., AL; deserted, 4 May 65; no family, and signed his name with an "X"; blue eyes, fair complexion, brown hair, 5' 10" tall)

YOUNG, John L. (enlisted, Bellefonte, 29 Nov 62; captured near Jonesboro, GA, 1 Sept 64; exchanged, 22 Sept 64, Rough and Ready, GA, by order of Gen'l W. T. Sherman; still living in 1907. )

YOUNG, William S. (enlisted, Bellefonte, 19 Nov 62; took oath of allegiance, 24 April 65; had a family; fair complexion, light hair, gray eyes, 5' 7" tall; deserted, 18 May 63)

Company "K"

Officers: (Lieutenants are listed with enlisted men.)

Privates:

BAKER, A. T. (enlisted, 1 May 62; deserted, 5 Aug 64, at Atlanta; received at Military Prison, Chattanooga, 19 Nov 64; took oath, 17 Nov 64)

BAKER, James C. (deserted, Mountville, AL, April 64; took oath, 17 Nov 64)

BAKER, John F. (enlisted, 13 Jan 62, aged 18; left in hospital, Nashville, when company left on 19 Feb 62; sent home)

BAKER, Thomas B. (enlisted, 28 Jan 62; deserted, 5 Aug 64, Atlanta; took oath, 17 Nov 64)

BEASLY, Robert, Cpl.. (enlisted, 28 Jan 62, Cedar Springs; captured, Vicksburg; paroled 6 July 63)

BEE, J. H. (paroled, Talladega, AL, 24 May 65)

BED[D]INGFIELD, [William] Thomas Jefferson [1833/35-14 July 1914, Austin, TX] (enlisted, 13 Jan 62, Goshen; captured, Vicksburg, and paroled; tombstone reads: "T. J. Bedenfield, 1833-1914, Co. K 55th Ala. Inf."]

BELL, H. C. (enlisted, 28 Jan 62, Cedar Bluff)

BELL, Jessie C. F. (enlisted, 28 Jan 62, Cedar Bluff; captured, Champion's Hill, 16 May 63)

BELL, Samuel (in 1st Mississippi CSA Hospital, Jackson, MS, 13 Feb-15 April 64, chronic diarrhea)

BLACK, Jerome R. (also in Co. "J"! enlisted, 13 Jan 61, Camp Johnston; aged 18 upon enlistment, from Goshen, AL; captured, Vicksburg, and paroled)

BLACK, John A. (also in Co. "J"! enlisted, Nashville; sick in hospital, Feb 62, Nashville, and sent home; present for duty, March 63)

BLIGHT, J. R. (paroled as POW, Talladega, 30 May 65)

BOMAN, Daniel (enlisted, 1 May 62, Cedar Bluff, AL; deserted near Canton, MS, 29 Sept 62; captured, Iuka, 19 Sept [sic] )

BOMAN, Ephraim (enlisted, 1 Jan 62, Cedar Bluff, AL; deserted near Canton, 15 June 62; reported as deserted, 29 Sept 62; took oath of allegiance at Chattanooga, 19 Feb 64; dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, 5' 8" tall)

BOMAN, George (enlisted, 28 Jan 62; captured, Champion Hill or Champion's Hill, 17 May 63; signed name with "X")

BOMAN, John (enlisted, 1 Jan 62; deserted, 15 June 62)

BLIGHT, J. R. (paroled as POW, Talladega, 30 May 65)

BOMAN, Daniel (enlisted, 1 May 62, Cedar Bluff, AL; deserted near Canton, MS, 29 Sept 62; captured, Iuka, 19 Sept [sic] )

BOMAN, Ephraim (enlisted, 1 Jan 62, Cedar Bluff, AL; deserted near Canton, 15 June 62; reported as deserted, 29 Sept 62; took oath of allegiance at Chattanooga, 19 Feb 64; dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, 5' 8" tall)

BOMAN, George (enlisted, 28 Jan 62; captured, Champion Hill or Champion's Hill, 17 may 63; signed name with "X")

BOMAN, John (enlisted, 1 Jan 62; deserted, 15 June 62)

BRIDGES, Benjamin M., Cpl. (also in Co. "J"! enlisted, 13 Jan 62, Camp Johnston; home: Goshen, AL; captured, Champion's Hill, and exchanged 4 July 63; died in service, 16 Feb 64, Demopolis, AL, of bronchitis; promoted to Cpl. just before capture)

BRIDGES, Henry H. (also in Co. "J"! enlisted, 13 Jan 62, Camp Johnston, aged 25; captured, 27 July 64, Lawrenceville, GA, and sent to Camp Chase, OH, 6 Aug 64

BROOKS, James, Cpl. (enlisted, 28 Jan 62, Cedar Bluff, AL; deserted, left camp near Canton, MS, 15 June 62; must have returned as he was paid on the records as of 27 Aug 63)

BURN[E]S, Archibald Thomas (also in Co. "J"! enlisted, 27 Feb 62, Coloma, AL; terminal patient, Lauderdale, MS, Hospital, 22 Aug 63; father collected death benefits, 12 Sept 64 )

CANADA [KENNEDY?], Darling (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 28 Jan 62; received fracture, 21 July 64; gunshot wound of left hand, causing loss of 4 fingers)

CANADA [KENNEDY?], John (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 28 Jan 62; hospitalized in Jackson, MS, 20 Aug to 13 Sept 64; chronic diarrhea; deserted, 13 Sept 64)

CANANT, James H., Pvt. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 28 Jan 62; detached from service for duty as a teamster)

COFFEE, Aurelius K. (also in Co. "J"! enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62, aged 19; in hospital, Meridian, MS, 28 Jan 65, with wound; promoted to Sgt.)

COMER, C. B. (discharged for disability, 29 Oct 62; chronic inflammation of the left sciatic nerve; aged 20; fair complexion, blue eyes, dark hair; occupation: farmer)

DAM, Job [DEARLING, Jobe?]

DAVIS, H. S. (enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62; sick in hospital, Canton, MS, 30 June 63)

DAVIS, Thomas, jr. (enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62)

DAVIS, Thomas, sr. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 3 Feb 63)

DEAN, Jacob (captured, Franklin, 30 Nov 64; released from Point Lookout, MD, after being transferred from Camp Chase, IL, 6 June 65)

DEARLING, Job (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 28 Jan 62; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63 and paroled; recaptured, Franklin, 17 Dec 64, on the retreat from Nashville; sent to Camp Chase, IL; transferred to Pt. Lookout, MD, 20 March 65; living in 1907)

DOWNING, Job [DEERING, Dan?] (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL; captured, 30 Nov 64, at Franklin, TN; had cannon ball wound causing amputation of lower 3" of third of left thigh; operation, 1 Dec 64, Nashville USA Gen'l Hospital ; aged 26; sent to Marchine USA Gen'l Hospital, Mobile, AL, from Pt. Lookout, MD, 10 July 65; was previously captured at Vicksburg, 4 July 64 and paroled on 6 July 63; signed oath of allegiance with an "X")

DYCHE, R. E. , Sgt. (enlisted, Rome, GA, Aug 62; wounded and captured, Champion's Hill, 16 May 63; sent to Camp Chase, OH; court-martialed before capture, 4 March 63; aged 33 years; took oath of allegiance, 12 June 65; blue eyes, dark complexion, dark hair; residence: Cherokee Co., AL; recaptured, 16 Dec 64, Nashville)

FAULKNER, George W., 1st Lt. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 28 Jan 62; promoted 1st Sgt., 8 May 62; detached service, Montgomery, 20 Feb 64)

FAULKNER, Thomas P. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 28 Jan 62; died in service, 31 May 63, Yandell's Hospital ; left $50 uncollected)

FLEMING, W. C. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 28 Jan 62; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, and paroled, 6 July 63; signed his name with an "X")

FOSTER, James H., Sgt. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 28 Jan 62; captured, Atlanta, 20 July 64; sent to Camp Douglas, IL; discharged, 17 June 65; took oath of allegiance on same day; home: Cedar Bluff, AL; dark complexion, brown hair, brown eyes, 5' 4" tall)

GANT, J. F.

GILBERT, Richard (also in Co. "J"! enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62, aged 22)

HAWKINS, Benjamin, 1st Lt. (died in service, Murfreesboro, 17 Feb 62)

HENDERSON, H. (wounded, and admitted to Way Hospital, Meridian, MS, 7 Jan 65; granted furlough)

HENDERSON, W. F., 2nd Lt. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 28 Jan 62; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, and paroled, 6 July 63)

HOOD, Sparling (enlisted, Corinth, 1 May 62; took oath of allegiance, Chattanooga, 4 March 64; residence: Cherokee Co., AL; dark complexion, dark hair, dark eyes, 5' 111/2" tall; signed name with an "X")

HUDSON, William G. (captured, Cassville, GA, 20 May 64; sent to Rock Island, IL; (enlisted in US Navy and transferred, 10 June 64)

JOHNSON, Archibald K., Capt. [Co. "D" of 4th AL Battalion]

KING, John S. , Cpl. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 28 Jan 61; dropped from the rolls, 6 May 62)

KIRBY, Robert R. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 28 Jan 62; captured, Atlanta, 20 June 64; sent to Camp Douglas; took oath of allegiance, 17 June 65; residence: Cherokee Co., AL; dark complexion, black hair, gray eyes, 5' 8" tall; signed name with an "X")

KIRBY, Ruben R. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 26 Jan 62; surrendered at Larkinsville, AL, 11 may 65; fair complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, 5' 5" tall)

LINDSEY, Green F., Sgt. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 28 June 62; captured, Baker's Creek, 16 May 63; sent to Ft. Delaware; paroled, 3 July 63. )

LONG, Thomas (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 28 Jan 62; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63; paroled, 6 July 63)

McCULLAH [McCULLOUGH?], T. F.

McCULLOUGH, James F. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 28 Jan 62; captured at Vicksburg, 4 July 63; paroled, 6 July 63; deserted, 1 Dec 63)

MEEKS, William M., 1st Sgt. (enlisted, Talladega, 7 March 62; promoted from Cpl. to 1st Sgt., 1 April 63. )

McGENN, H. (in hospital, Howard's Grove, Richmond, VA, 14 Oct 64; residence: Coosa, AL. )

MICHOM [MITCHUM?], Thomas

MILLER, George W. (died in service, 12 April 64, Marchion, AL)

MILLER, John (captured, 20 May 64, Cassville, GA, and sent to Rock Island, IL)

MILLER, Samuel P. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 28 Jan 62; died of pneumonia, 28 May 63, Meridian, MS; left $5 to the Quarter Master)

MITCHUM, Thomas (Holly Springs, MS, 18 Oct 62)

MOBLY, James H., 1st Sgt. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 28 Jan 62)

MOODY, G. B. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 28 Jan 62; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63 and paroled, 6 July 63; deserted on or about 13 Dec 63)

MORRISON, Reubin (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 28 Jan 62)

MOSELEY, John A. (died in service, Huntsville, AL, 4 March 62; father: Joel Moseley, collected $42.80 on 2 Oct 62)

NELSON, John N. (enlisted, Goshen, 13 Jan 62)

NIXON, William H. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 28 Jan 62; aged 35; yellow eyes, dark hair, dark complexion, 5" 81/2" tall; born in Lawrence, SC; occupation: farmer; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, and paroled, 6 July 63; signed his own name)

NIXON, Abner (enlisted, Rome, GA, 5 Aug 62)

PARDUE, Foster B. (enlisted, Centre, AL, 12 March 62; cut off from his command, 16 May 63; temporarily attached by order of Gen'l Buford; was in 31st AL)

PARKER, Robert E. (enlisted, Spring Garden, AL, 11 March 62; cut off from his command, 16 May 63; temporarily attached by Gen'l Buford; from the 31st AL)

PARKS, Charles (enlisted, Rome, GA, 5 Aug 62; in Jackson's Cavalry Hospital, Old Marchion, MS, from Sept to Oct 1863; captured near Nashville, 15 Dec 64; sent to Camp Douglas; discharged from CSA, 11 Nov 62; residence: Cherokee Co., AL)

PATY, Elijah S. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 28 Jan 62; captured, Chattanooga, 5 July 64, and sent to Camp Douglas; discharged, 15 May 65; fair complexion, sandy hair, dark eyes, and 5' 10" tall)

PATY, A. E., Sgt. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 28 Jan 62; elected Sgt., 8 May 62; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63; paroled, 6 July 63; signed his own name)

PATY, H. M. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 28 Jan 62; wounded in right shoulder; admitted to hospital, Vining Station, GA, 25 July 64; died 26 July 64)

PARSON, Phillip E., 2nd Lt. (captured, Franklin, TN, 30 Nov 64; sent to Louisville, KY, 3 Dec 64)

PERRY, H.N. (wounded, Peach Tree Creek, 20 July 64; sent to General USA Hospital, 3rd Division, 20th Corps)

RAGIN, Willis (enlisted, Vicksburg, 1Aug 62; deserted and dropped from the rolls, 30 June 63)

RANDLE, W. N., Cpl. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 28 Aug 61)

REEDY, E. (Private teamster driving government wagons)

RICHARDSON, Briant (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 28 Jan 62)

RICHY, Robert

RICHEY, Robert (enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62; sent to hospital, Feb 62; never mustered in; deserted and dropped, 30 June 63)

SHARKS, N. (paroled 25 May 65)

SHARP, Alvin J. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 28 Jan 62)

SHARP, Ira ( enlisted, Goshen, 16 Feb 62; discharged, 16 July 62 for age)

SIMONTON, F. (sent to hospital, Montgomery, 18 June 64 until 15 Nov 64; deserted)

SIMS, Thomas (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, AL, 1 Feb 62)

SMITH, James (a prisoner, deserted, 29 Sept 62)

SMITH, John B. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 28 Jan 62; discharged, 5 Aug 63, for age)

SMITH, William F. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 28 Jan 62)

TOLES, John H., Sgt. (discharged for disability, varicose veins of the leg, 27 Oct 62, Grenada, MS; fair complexion, 6' tall, light hair, blue eyes, aged 20 years ; occupation: farmer)

TRACEY, Anderson C. (also in Co. "J"! enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62; (enlisted as a Cpl. at age 38; hospitalized in 3rd Division, 20th Army Corps USA, 26 July 64; wounded in the left thigh, shoulder, and the side; died in service, 27 July 64, Vining Station, GA, in general hospital)

TRIPPE, William H., Sgt. (also in Co. "J"! enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62; made 2nd Lt., 31 Aug 62)

WEAVER, Jacob, Cpl. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 28 Jan 61; captured, Big Black, MS, 17 May 63, and sent to Camp Morton, Indiana, then to Ft. Delaware; exchanged, 4 July 63; two fingers amputated due to a gunshot wound in Battle of Atlanta, 22 July 64; received in St. Mary's Hospital, LaGrange, GA, 22 July 63)

WEBB, William (enlisted, Burnsville, MS, 18 April 62; captured, Vicksburg, and paroled; captured again, Nashville, 15 Dec 64; sent to Camp Douglas)

WELLS, William West (also in Co. "J"! enlisted, Gaylesville, 13 Jan 61; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63; captured again near Kennesaw Mountain, GA, 3 July 64; captured again at Franklin, TN, 30 Nov 64; sent to Camp Douglas; exchanged, New Orleans, 23 May 65; admitted to hospital, Jackson, MS, 12 Feb 64, gonorrhea)

WHEELER, John H. (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 28 Jan 62; transferred to Co. "H", 39th Georgia Volunteers, 5 Aug 64; wanted to be with his native Georgians)

WILLIAMS, Joseph G., Sgt. (also in Co. "J"! enlisted, Goshen, 13 Jan 61, aged 27; captured, Nashville, 16 Dec 64, and sent to Camp Chase)

WILLIAMS, Samuel M. (also in Co. "J"! enlisted, Goshen, 13 Jan 61; made 2nd Lt., 31 Aug 62; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, and paroled, 6 July 63)

WRIGHT, R. J., Capt.

Company Not Stated (or stated incorrectly):

ATCHLEY, Andrew J., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, 13 Jan 62, aged 35)

AUSBROOKS, William E.

BLACK, George A., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, 13 Jan 62, Camp Johnston; aged 17 upon enlistment, from Goshen, AL; discharged for underage)

CAMPBELL, William, Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62, aged 36; born, SC; 5'10" tall; dark complexion, blue eyes, black hair, farmer by occupation; general constitution and disability of 14 years standing; discharged for disability, 15 June 62 )

CANSEY, Washington W., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Camp Johnston, 13 Jan 62, aged 21; rejected on account of rheumatism)

CARR, Lorenzo D., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62; left in hospital at Nashville, 19 Feb 62; died at Chattanooga, 11 March 62)

CATLETT, Jackson V., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62, aged 20)

CHISENHALL, John F. (residence: Jackson Co., AL; light complexion, light hair, gray eyes, 5'8" tall; took oath, 19 May 65, at Stevenson, AL; signed name with an "X")

CHAPMAN, Zora B., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Camp Johnston, 13 Jan 62, aged 25; rejected for measles; reenlisted, Burnsville, MS, 23 March 62; sent to hospital, Columbus, MS, 26 April 62; captured, Champion's Hill, 16 May 63; sent to Ft. Delaware; deserted, 12 Feb 64; furloughed, 20 April 64; returned to field from hospital duty as nurse, Marion, AL, 8 Aug 64; hospitalized with ulcerated left leg, from the ankle to knee cap, 17 Feb-10 March 64, Jackson, MS; brown hair, fair complexion, 5' 10" tall; from Montgomery Co., AL; a farmer)

COFFEE, Benjamin L., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62, aged 25; sent home sick from Murfreesboro, TN, 27 Feb 62; born in GA; sallow complexion, gray eyes, dark hair, 5' 10" tall; occupation: farmer; disability discharge, 20 Oct 63)

COFFEE, Webster C., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62, aged 22; left in hospital, Nashville, 19 Feb 62, and sent home; disability discharge: phthisis pulmonalis, at Grenada, MS)

DAVIS, Daniel G., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, 13 Jan 62, Goshen, AL; sent to hospital at Columbus, MS, 21 April 62; died in service, 24 May 62; originally from Calhoun Co., AL; widow settled claim for $107.26, 21 April 64; Davis was born in SC, was 24 years of age, 5' 9" tall, with yellow eyes, dark hair, dark complexion; a farmer; severe dyspepsia)

DAVIS, Henry, Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62, aged 18; sent to hospital, Columbus, MS, 26 April 62)

DAVIS, Joshua, Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62)

DAVIS, Thomas, Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Nashville, 13 Jan 62)

DAWKINS, George (also in Co. "J"! enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62; served as nurse with sick, Columbus, MS, 16 April 62; captured, Nashville, 16 Dec 64; sent to Camp Chase, IL; 35 years old; took oath of allegiance, 12 June 65; residence: Cherokee Co., AL; dark complexion, dark hair, brown eyes, 6' 0" tall)

DAWKINS, Reuben (also in Co. "J"! enlisted, Goshen , AL, 13 Jan 62, aged 27; sent to hospital, Columbus, MS, 16 April 62)

DEMPSEY, John Y. (also in Co. "J"! enlisted, Goshen AL, 13 Jan 62, at age 35; shows as a teamster on a supply train at his surrender, Greensboro, NC, May 65)

DOCKINS [DAWKINS?], George (also in Co. "J"!)

DONALDSON, William, Pvt., Co. J enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62; rejected on account of age, 60 years)

DUDLEY, James A. (enlisted, Stevenson, AL, 25 Nov 62; took oath of allegiance; residence: Jackson Co., AL; fair complexion, light hair, blue eyes; 6' 0" tall)

EASTERNOOK, Elisha, Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Nashville, 13 Jan 62; send to hospital, Columbus, MS, 26 April 62; discharged for disability, 24 Oct 62, at Grenada, MS; aged 26; dark complexion, gray eyes, dark hair, 6' 0" tall; occupation: brick layer)

ELLINGBURG, Archibald M. C., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Camp Johnston, 13 Jan 62, aged 22; residence: Cherokee Co., AL; left in hospital, Murfreesboro, TN, 27 Feb 62; KIA or died of wounds; widow: D. A. Ellingurg filed claim, 12 Aug 63, for effects of deceased husband and collected $38.56)

ELLINGBURG, Jacob C., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Coloma, AL, 27 Feb 62; left in hospital, Decatur, AL, 22 March 62, and died of wounds, 25 March 62)

EVANS, Robert C., Cpl., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62, aged 24; left in hospital, Nashville, 19 Feb 62, and died in service, 11 March 62, of diarrhea)

EVERETTE, John, Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Camp Johnston, 13 Jan 62; wounded, Shiloh, 6 April 62; not heard from since 30 April 62)

FULLER, Romulus S., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62, aged 20; left in hospital, Nashville, 19 Feb 62, and sent home; died of illness, 15 June 62; blue eyes, light hair, sallow complexion, 5' 11"; occupation: farmer; Cail Clover, family attorney, collected $131.46 claim, 27 July 64)

GROGIN, Albert (enlisted, Gaylesville, 7 Aug 61)

HANSARD, Thomas P., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62; left in hospital, Nashville, and sent home where he later died )

HARBIN, John J. M., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Camp Johnston, 13 Jan 62, aged 25; left in hospital, Nashville, 19 Feb 62)

HARRIS, Richard H., Cpl., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62; wounded, Shiloh, 6 April 62, and sent home, 9 April 62)

HEATH, John, Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Nashville, 30 Jan 62, aged 25; transferred to Co. "E", 20th GA Cavalry, 20 Dec 62)

JACKSON, Francis M., 2nd Lt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62; appointed 1st Lt., 8 May 62; did not accept appointment; P. Knight was promoted instead)

JACKSON, Jesse, Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, AL, 12 Feb 62, aged 17; KIA, Shiloh, 6 April 62; claim filed for $49.93; black eyes, black hair, dark complexion, 5' 5" tall; born: Cobb Co., GA; occupation: farmer)

JACKSON, John E., Sgt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, AL, aged 27, 13 Jan 62)

JACKSON, William A., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, AL, aged 17, 13 Jan 62)

JAMES, Francis M., Pvt., Co. J (also in Co. "J"! enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62; leg amputated, Vining Station USA Hospital, GA, 23 July 64; died in service, 29 July 64)

JOHNSON, William C. (enlisted, Camp Cheatham, 9 Nov 61)

JONES, Charles S. [Columbus L.?], Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62, aged 27; deserted, 15 Aug 64; took oath of allegiance and sent north of Ohio River)

JONES, Robert L. (deserted, 1 Sept 64; took oath of allegiance and was sent north of the Ohio River)

KIRK, Benjamin F., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62; sent home ill from Murfreesboro, TN, 28 Feb 62)

KNIGHT, Tilman H., Pvt., Co. J (also in Co. "J"! enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62; promoted, 1st Lt., 31 Aug 62; resigned, 24 Sept 64)

LECROY, Nathaniel D., Pvt., Co. J (also in Co. "J"! enlisted, Goshen, 30 Jan 62; captured, Vicksburg, 4 July 63, paroled 6 July; discharged 24 Dec. 63)

MAGOUIRK [McGOUIRK?], Marchcus (residence: Cherokee Co.; took oath of allegiance, Chattanooga, 24 Nov 64; dark complexion, hair, eyes; 5' 5" tall)

MARSHALL, James P., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, 13 Jan 62; wounded and sent to hospital at Columbus, MS, 21 April 62; died 9 May 62; 28 years old; black eyes, dark hair, dark complexion, 6' 1", occupation: farmer; born NC)

MARSHALL, Thomas W., Cpl., Co. J (also in Co. "J"! enlisted, Goshen, 13 Jan 62; occupation: blacksmith; died in service, 31 March 64, aged 32 years, in hospital at Shelby Springs, AL, from typhoid and chronic diarrhea. )

MITCHELL, John S. (deserted 14 July 64 and took the oath to stay north of the Ohio River )

McCERLEY [McKURLEY?], Samuel A., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, 13 Jan 62; sent to Columbus, MS, hospital, 16 April 62; disability discharge for epilepsy, 18 Oct 62; aged: 28 years; 5' 8" tall, florid complexion, gray eyes, light Hair; occupation: farmer)

McCORMACK, Alexander C.

McHARGUE, John D., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 61; left in hospital, Nashville, TN, 12 Feb 62. )

McKURLEY, Samuel A., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62; sent to hospital, Columbus, MS, 16 April 62; disability discharge for epilepsy, 18 Oct 62; florid complexion, 28 years old, 5'8" tall, gray eyes, light hair; occupation: farmer)

MILLER, James H., Pvt., Co. J (also in Co. "J"! enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62; prisoner at Edwards Depot, 16 May 63; captured, 20 May 64, Cassville, GA, and sent to Rock Island, Illinois)

MITCHUM, Nathan J., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, 13 Jan 62)

MORRISON, John, Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, 13 Jan 62; rejected on account of deformity; aged 22)

NORTON, Andrew Jackson (took oath of allegiance, Chattanooga, 24 Nov 64; signed name with an "X"; residence: Cherokee Co., AL)

PARKER, M. B., Sgt.

PAYTON, John W., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, 13 Jan 62; left in hospital, Nashville, 19 Feb 62, and sent home)

POOLE, Young A., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen , 13 Jan 62)

POPLIN, George W., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, 12 Feb 62; deceased soldier's claim filed, 12 Aug 63; born: Calhoun Co., NC; aged 62 years; occupation: farmer; black eyes, 5" 8" tall, dark complexion, dark hair; rheumatism and general constitution and old age, recommended for discharge)

PUGH, James O., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, 13 Jan 62; rejected on account of

disability of the hand)

RABURN, Isom, Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Camp Johnston, 13 Jan 62; residence: Goshen, AL; aged 36; sent to Murfreesboro, TN; sick on 27 Feb 62)

REEDY, George E., Sgt., Co. J (enlisted, Camp Johnston, 13 Jan 62; residence: Goshen, AL; aged 29 years at enlistment)

REEDE (REED) (died in service, Forsyth, GA, 5 Aug 64)

RITCHEY, Andrew, Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, AL; died in service, Nashville, 20 Jan 62;

never mustered in; typhus congestion. )

SAUKESLEY, Daniel, Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Camp Johnston , 13 Jan 62)

SHARP, William D., Sgt., Co. J (also in Co. "J"! enlisted, Goshen, 27 Feb 62; made Sgt., 3 March 63; captured, Champion's Hill, 16 May 63; sent to Ft. Delaware; exchanged, 4 July 63; admitted to St. Mary's Hospital in LaGrange, GA, 25 July 64, gunshot wound in thigh; not able to endure transportation, 9 Aug 64; transferred to Co. "G", 3rd AL Cavalry, just before being wounded around Atlanta; transferred as a private)

SHAVER, Duncan H., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, 13 Jan 62; aged 19; rejected due to a sore leg)

ROE, Andrew Jackson (took oath of allegiance, 24 Nov 64, signing with an "X"; blue eyes, 5' 3", dark complexion, brown hair)

SCROGGIN, William W.

SPARKS, King, Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Camp Johnston, 13 Jan 62; left in

hospital, Nashville, Feb 62, and sent home to Goshen, AL)

SPARKS, Shelton, Pvt., Co. J/K (also in Co. "J"! enlisted, Camp Johnston, 13 Jan 62, aged 22;

residence: Goshen, AL. )

STALLINGS, James T., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Camp Johnston, 13 Jan 62; left in hospital; ennlisted, Nashville, 29 Feb 62; aged 18; sent home; must have died in service, for his attorney collected $173.33 on 3 Nov 62)

STEEDLY, James P., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, 13 Jan 62; left in the hospital, Nashville, 19 Feb 62; never mustered in)

STEWART, Alexander O., 2nd Lt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, 13 Jan 62, aged 27; made 2nd Lt., 13 Dec 61; date does not check out with enlistment unless he was in another unit at that time)

STEWART, John T., Capt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62; KIA, Shiloh, 6 April 62)

STUDDARD [STODDARD?], Thomas M. (also in Co. "J"! enlisted, Coloma, AL, 27 Feb 61; captured, Vicksburg; paroled, 6 July 63; signed his name with an "X")

THORP, Levi (took oath of allegiance, 27 May 65; residence: Jackson Co., AL; fair complexion, light hair, gray eyes, and 5' 9" tall; surrendered, Pulaski, TN, 22 May 65)

TRACEY, Jasper N., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Cedar Bluff, 25 Sept 61; took oath of allegiance, 24 Nov 64, Chattanooga; residence: Cherokee Co., AL; dark complexion, brown hair, gray eyes, and 5' 9" tall)

VANDERFORD, Oliver H. P., Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Camp Johnston, 13 Jan 62; residence: Goshen, AL; aged 28 years at enlistment; born in SC; fair complexion, blue eyes, black hair, and 5' 10" tall; occupation: farmer; disability discharge due to chronic diarrhea)

TRIPPE, John Henry, (enlisted, 10 June 62; regimental Surgeon; captured, Franklin, TN, 17 Dec 64, where he was left with the wounded after battle of Nashville, 15 & 16 Dec 64; placed under arrest by Gen'l Featherston, Aug 64; dropped from rolls, 30 June 64, after failing to pass the Board for Senior Surgeon)

WALDRAP, W. D., Cpl.

WHIMS, J. W., Pvt.

WHITE, Peyton, Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, 13 Jan 62; rejected - constitutional disability)

WILLIAMS, Calvin W. (took oath of allegiance, 24 Feb 65; no family; residence: Lincoln Co., TN; fair complexion, light hair, blue eyes, 6' tall; deserted, 25 Dec 64)

WILSON, James R., Pvt. (captured, Cherokee Co., AL, 2 June 64; took the oath of allegiance, Nashville, to stay north of Ohio River, 2 June 64; fair complexion, light hair, blue eyes, 5' 8" tall)

WOODWARD, James, Pvt., Co. J (enlisted, Goshen, AL, 13 Jan 62, aged 16; captured, Holly Springs, MS, 22 Dec 62; died in service, 1 April 63, Alton, IL (diarrhea); supposed to be sent to City Point, VA, for exchange the day he died )

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