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Military Resources for Carroll County


Generals of the Civil War  


The War for Southern Independence:

25th Infantry Regiment

Company I 

2nd Regiment Confederate Infantry

This data was generated from the National Park Service, Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System and can be found online at the following address:  http://www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/ 

If you find your ancestors listed below, please visit the National Park Service Website for more information.

Posted January 6, 2005 by John J. Hansen

Regiment History:

25th Infantry Regiment [also called 1st Mississippi Valley Regiment] was organized during summer of 1861 with seven companies from Mississippi and three from Tennessee. The men from Mississippi and three from Tennessee. The men from Mississippi were recruited in Washington, Bolivar, Coahoma, and Tunica counties. In November the unit contained 32 officers and 563 men, then in January, 1862, its designation was changed to 2nd Confederate Infantry Regiment. Colonels John D. Martin and Edward F. McGehee, and Major Thomas H. Mangum were in command.

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First Name Last Name Company Rank_In Rank_Out
R. H. Abbot I Private Private
William Bailey I Private Private
Henry Baker I Private Private
A. F. Betts I Private Private
T.B. Blankinship I Private Private
T.B. Blankinship I Private Private
W.H. Blankinship I Private Private
Thomas F. Brahan I Captain Captain
Jesse Brewer I Private Private
John W. Brewer I Private Private
J. H. Brohan I Corporal Corporal
Robert Brown I Private Private
Simeon J. Brown I Private Private
C.F. Bullock I Third Lieutenant Third Lieutenant
J. S. Butler I Private Private
John B. Butler I Private Private
William Campbell I Private Private
Owen Carpenter I Private Private
D.C. Chance I Private Private
B. A. Coleman I Private Private
C.K. Coruthers I Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant
John Crutchfield I Private Private
H.B. Dandridge I First Sergeant First Sergeant
McGee Dandridge I Sergeant Sergeant
Fleming Davis I Private Private
William D. Davis I First Lieutenant First Lieutenant
T.C. Dodson I Private Private
J. A. Eddings I Private Private
John S. Gann I Private Private
Joshua Gann I Private Private
Pink Gerratt I Private Private
D. Hacklerton I Private Private
R. P. Harris I Private Private
S.R. Hays I Private Private
Thomas Houston I Private Private
John D. Hunter I Private Private
J.W. Hurse I Private Private
J.C. Johnson I Private Private
Francis Kimbal I Private Private
A.H. Labor I Private Private
James E. Lea I Corporal Corporal
W.W. Mably I Sergeant Sergeant
W.H. McDonald I Private Private
Daniel McGehee I Musician Musician
William T. McGehee I Sergeant Sergeant
D.P. Metts I Private Private
L.H. Metts I Private Private
L.M. Metts I Private Private
Marion Moon I Private Private
W.H. Moon I Private Private
R. B. Morgan I Private Private
F. M. Neal I Private Private
T. H. Neely I Private Private
W. E. Nichols I Private Private
James M. O'Neal I Private Private
John A. Polk I Corporal Corporal
E.H. Rutledge I Private Private
William Rutledge I Private Private
R. Saunders I Private Private
J. M. Scott I Private Private
W. G. Scott I Private Private
J.H. Singleton I Private Private
Jeff Singleton I Private Private
H. Sledge I Private Private
O.D. Sledge I Corporal Corporal
H. Smith I Private Private
William Smith I Private Private
William Sorrells I Private Private
William Strayhom I Private Private
F.W. Thornton I Private Private
Jesse Tinkle I Private Private
A.F. Tucker I Private Private
A.D. Turney I Private Private
J.R. Turney I Private Private
J.R. Walker I Private Private
L.W. Warner I Private Private
Ed. G. White I Sergeant Sergeant
William Whitsell I Private Private
Rush Williams I Private Private


Carroll County

Coordinator:

I am John Hansen, volunteer County Coordinator for Carroll County, Mississippi.  I have family lines from here and hence my interest in establishing as much information as possible on early Carroll County History.
 

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