Units
Tippah
County
Men
Served In

This page lists units known to have had Tippah County residents in the makeup.  Also listed are the company nickname(s) and the town they were from when known.  The list of regiments and companies came from Bill Taylor.  I have expanded it when I find a resident in a company that is not on the list.  Most of the names found here can also be found on other pages at this site.  This list pulls those pages together but is not as easy to search as the others that are in alphabetical order.  Any corrections or additions will be greatly appreciated.  Feel free to email me.

I have added some notes.  You will find the "Roll of Honor" beside some names.  Here is the act authorizing it:

Numbers 27.  AN ACT to authorize the grant of medals and badges of distinction as a reward for courage and good conduct on the field of battle.
 The Congress of the  Confederate States of America do enact,  That the President be,  and he is hereby,  authorized to bestow medals,  with proper devices,  upon such officers of the armies of the Confederate States as shall be conspicuous for courage and good conduct on the field of battle,  and also to confer a badge of distinction upon one private or non-commissioned officer of each company after every signal victory it shall have assisted to achieve.  The non-commissioned officers and privates of the company who may be present on the first dress-parade thereafter,  may choose,  by a majority of their votes,  the soldier best entitled to receive such distinction,  whose name shall be communicated to the President by commanding officers of the company;  and if the award fall upon a deceased soldier,  the badge thus awarded him shall be delivered to his widow,  or,  if there be no widow,  to any relative the President may adjudge entitled to receive it.  Approved October 13,  1862.

No medals were actually awarded.  Here is an explaination of why:

ADJT.  AND INSPECTOR GENERAL'S OFFICE,   Richmond,  Va. ,  October 3,  1863.
 

Difficulties in procuring the medals and badges of distinction having delayed their presentation by the President,  as authorized by the act of Congress approved October 13,  1862,  to the officers,  non-commissioned officers,  and privates of the armies of the Confederate States conspicuous for courage and good conduct on the field of battle,  to avoid postponing the grateful recognition of their valor until it can be made in the enduring form provided by that act,  it is ordered-
I.  That the names of all those who have been,  or may hereafter be,  reported as worthy of this distinction,  be inscribed on a Roll of Honor,  to be preserved in the office of the Adjutant and Inspector General for reference in all future time,  for those who have deserved well of their country,  as having best displayed their courage and devotion on the field of battle.

II.  That the Roll of Honor,  so far as now made up,  be appended to this order,  and read at the head of every regiment in the service of the Confederate States at the first dress-parade after its receipt,  and be published in at least one newspaper in each State.  III.  The attention of the officers in charge is directed to General Orders,  Numbers 93,  section Numbers 27,  of the series of 1862,  Adjutant and Inspector General's Office,  for the mode of selecting the non-commissioned officers and privates entitled to this distinction,  and its execution is enjoined.

This information comes from the Official Records.
 
 

1st Miss. Infantry (Johnston's)

Co. H
KENNEDY, Emaziah Malachai   (12/14/1837-12/2/1914 bur. Kennedy Chapel Cem. Itawamba Co. MS)
KENNEDY, William Maxfield   (11/17/1836-1/01/1922 bur. Kennedy Chapel Cem. Itawamba Co. MS)



1st Bn. Miss. Infantry    (Army of 10,000)

1st Battalion Miss. Infantry

Co. C
BROCK, George

Co. D
BULLARD, Lt. Cal     (Killed at Ft. Craig, KY)
CRUM, W.W.
GASSAWAY, Sgt. W.O.
GRAHAM, Lt.     (Killed at Ft. Craig, KY)
HARDEN, J.N.
JOHNSON, Thompson
KEITH, James     (Killed at Ft. Craig, KY)
KELLY, Fayette     (Killed at Ft. Craig, KY)
MCDANIEL, Ed
OWEN, Henry
RICHMOND, Milton
SNELL, Sam

Co. L
HARGROVE, W. C.


1st Miss. State Troops, Infantry (1864)

Co. E
BELL, Charles A.     (buried in Snider Cem. Union Co.)

Co. F
GILMER, 2nd Lt. Daniel H.   (d. 25 Feb. 1864, bur. Sharon Cem., Madison Co., MS)



1st Miss. Cavalry

Co. A
MARSHALL, W.W.     (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS CSA Memorial Section)
MCLENDON, Dr. L.M.   (residence Canoe, Escambia Co. AL)

Co. B
BRIDGEFORD, 1st Lt. R. M.   (paroled at Vicksburg)

Co. C
DRAPER, George W.    (bur. Enid Oakhill Cem., Enid MS)
DUKE, A.B.C.       (bur. Enid Oakhill Cem., Enid MS)

Co. I
WRAY, J. Keith                (1837-1891 bur. Ingomar Cem. Union Co.)



1st Miss. Miller's Cavalry

Co. A
GRAHAM, Leonidas O.

Co. E
BARBER, J. R.

Co. F
BOOKER, J. M. (reserves)

Co. G
COLE, Capt. Armsted B.

Co. I  (Cole's Co.)
WESSON, Edward A. F.


1st Miss. Partisan Rangers / 7th Regiment Mississippi Cavalry

1st Miss. Partisan Rangers/7th Regiment Miss. Cavalry



1st Miss. Light Artillery (Brookhaven Lt Atty)

Co. F
DOTSON, Lofeyatte Levi    (also Co. A, 1833-after 1875 bur. Fox-Arrington Cem. Lawrence Co. MS)
WILLIAMS, Newton L.    (1822-1877 bur. Pleasant Ridge Cem. Union Co.)



1st Bn. Miss. Sharp Shooters

Co. C
HOLLAND, John A.     (bur. Bethel Cem. Holcomb, Grenda Co. MS)



2nd Miss. Partisan Rangers  (Ballentine's Cavalry Regiment)

This unit now has its own page.

2nd Mississippi Partisan Rangers (Ballentine's)


This is another list of Co. H

Co. H   This list was copied and is copyrighted by Joyce Dixon Helmers at the Mississippi Archives and is posted here by her permission.  This unit was formed in northwest Mississippi in July 1862 mainly from Tate and Panola counties.  Joyce requests any information you may have about this unit.  From the 31st day of October 1863 when last mustered to the 29th day of July 1864.  As posted 15 June 2000.

BLACKWELL, Capt. J. H.
MOBLEY, 2nd Lt. William C.
MOBLEY, Pleasant M.
TULL, 1st Sgt. Duddly G.
BLACKBURN, Sgt. James B. Sr.
RAGSDALE (?), Sgt. L.
MCCLAIN, Sgt. Louis A.
GRACE, Sgt. Thomas J.
(MORRIS?), Cpl.  (Joseph?)
BOWDEN, Cpl. C. P.
COOKE, Cpl. William
WHITE, Cpl. Daniel C.

PRIVATES

BAUGH, J. K.
BLACKBURN, B. B.
(BLACKADE?), James B. Jr.
BLANTON, William J.
BOONE, Penck C.
BOWDEN, James C.
CALLIS, James D.
CORMAN, James C.
DUKE, Francis M.
DUKE, James W.
DAILEY, James G.
DIXON, Atlas Jones    (12/28/1838-3/8/1922, bur. in Senatobia MS)
DIXON, Nathan Vinson    (8/16/1835-12/17/1876, bur. in family cem. in Chulahoma MS)
DYE, William R.
DOWDY, George W.
FERGUSON, B. (?)
GROSS, William
HENDERSON, James
HARRIS, William
IVY, Enoch J.      (died 1904)
INGRAM, James I.
JOHNSON, L. Lafayette
JUSTY, William R.
LONGMIRE, W. M.
LONGMIRE, James S.
MCKNIGHT, James C.
MURPHY, Socrates (?)
MCKNIGHT, Hugh
MCKINNEY, J. Porter
MCGEHEE, B. F.
OGLESBY, James
PERRY, Whitfield
RAGSDALE, William J.
STRICKLAND, James T.
STRICKLAND, (?) L.
SCOTT, Ben Jr.
SAMSMON, Goodson T.
VANCE, James Jr.
WALLACE, Robert G.
WILSON, Jason B.

DESERTERS*

BROWN, Rick W.
BRYANT, William H.
COLEMAN, Benton
DIXON, Nathan V.     (Last paid 3 June 63)
(JENTRY?), Jesse S.
OLIPHANT, Felix G.
RICHARDSON, Henry
TURMAN, Joe M.

* If your ancestor is listed here as a deserter it is because that was the entry on his muster report at that time. In point of fact, my ggrandfather, Nathan Vinson Dixon, was a POW from August 22, 1863 until his release from Fort Delaware in 1865. His brother (Atlas Jones Dixon) was listed as deserted on some of the individual muster records on microfiche in the archives, while in fact the clerk entered A. J. Dickson was present. There was much confusion in the name spelling not only on these records but in the POW records as well.


2nd Miss. State Infantry (30 Days)
I am confused by all the 2nd Miss.' I am finding.  I don't doubt some of them are all mixed up.

Co. I
BLAKE, James M.
COTTON, Lt. George T.
NANCE, G. W.
NORTON, Edward



2nd Miss. Bn. -- State Troops

Co. D
BARRETT, 2nd Lt. C. H.    (paroled at Vicksburg)



2nd Miss. Infantry -- Quinn's State Troops

Co. B
Martin, Joseph   (1832-1928 bur. New Oak Grove Cem. Union Co.)

Co. G
STOGNER, W.R.           (5/7/1828-12/7/1901 bur. Crystal Springs Baptist Cem. Walthall Co. MS)


2nd Regiment Miss. Cavalry

Co. C
DAVIS, Cpl. Rufus A.      (1841-1909 bur. Old Zion Hill Cem. Union Co.)

Co. D
COLEMAN, S.M.     (bur. Stump Bridge Cem., Madison Co., MS)

Co. E
MILLER, A. J.     (1816-1877 bur. Union Co.?)

Co. F
BROWN, James Burwell     (10/02/1837-12/07/1908 bur. Turner Cem. Rains Co. TX)
MCKEENAN, Sgt. Phillip    (died Alton, IL prison 11/02/63)

Co. G
GAULDING, John B.    (1843-1924 enlisted Pontotoc Co. bur. Wallerville Union Co.)
MOUNCE, Robert T.    (1828-1868 bur. Liberty Cem. Union Co.)
WHITESIDE, Samuel A. H.  (1831-1902 bur. Ebenezer Methodist Cem. Union Co.)

Co. H
PERSONS, J.C.     (Felton Cem. Kemper Co. MS)

Co. I
PARKER, Lewis          ((Abbot's Cav) 1848-1925 bur. New Albany Cem. Union Co.)

Co. K
DIGBY, George W.     (bur. Harden's Chapel Cemetery, Itawamba Co.)


2nd Miss. Reserve Cavalry (State)

COX, Colonel E. A.
GRAHAM, Capt. W. C.
LOWRY, Col. William L.
SMITH, Col. J. F.

Co. A     Citizen's Guards of Tippah County --  Street's Co.
Although Technically attached to the 2nd Miss., Sol Street acted independantly.  The 2nd was a state unit under Gen. S. J. Gholson and later transferred to Confederate service.  On 5 Feb 1864 this unit was  consolidated with the 15th Tn. Cav. under Gen. Nathan B. Forrest.  Still later it was consolidated with the 14th TN (Neely's) 21st ( Carter's) and 22nd (Nixon's) regments of TN Cav in acc. with S.O. # 28 Hdqrs Cav, Dist of Miss and East LA dated 13 Feb 1865 to form Nixon's Regt, TN Cav which was paroled at Gainesville, ALA, in May 1865.  Most of the names in this Company come from Andrew Brown's book.  For more information on this unit see Desolation VI.

BARNETT, James
BARTON, Jesse
BOLLING, Alex
BOLLING, Wm. Jr.
BOLLING, Wm. Sr.
BURNS, Pete
CAMPBELL, William
CARAWAY      (Killed)
CLARK, Newt
CLEMMER, John                   (Killed)
CRISP, John                             (Killed)
CRISP, William     (Killed)
CUP, John
CUTBIRTH, Thomas B.
DAVENPORT, Wesley   (Perhaps Charles W., 21 Feb. 1834-4 Dec. 1910, buried Cannan Baptist Cemetery, Benton Co.?)
DEAN, Dan
DEEN, Andy
ELAM, Robert
ERWOOD, Andy
FORD, 2nd Lt. John Addison
FOWLER, Albert
FOWLER, Bit
GOUGH, J. T.     (died 18 May 1863 b. Canton Cemetery, Canton, Miss.)
GRACE, T. J.
GRAVES, Henry L.
GUINN, J. Q.
HOPKINS, Cal
HOPKINS, Luke
HOPKINS, William
HOVIS, Joe
HURSEY
JAMES, Ike
KEITH, John A.
KESTERSON, John
MAULDIN, 1st Lt. James Hugh
MAULDIN, Capt. W. W.
McELWAIN, Andy
McELWAIN, Joseph, Jr.
McINTYRE, 1st Lt. Wm. James   (5 Nov. 1826 - 5 Dec. 1898, buried Ripley Cemetery)
MERCER, Elijah
MITCHELL, Orderly Sgt. R. B.
MODDY, James     (Killed)
MORROW, Will
NORTON, Sgt. John F.  (Reserves)
ORMAN, John
PARK, A. J.
PARK, Dugan
PARK, John M.
PARKS, Jack
PAUL, William
PURNELL, Sgt. J. M.
REAVES, William
REDFERRIN, Sam
REED, Allen
REED, James
REED, 2nd Lt. William
RICHARDSON, James D.
ROBINSON, J. K.
ROBINSON, John H.
ROTEN, William
RUTHERFORD, John Lemon
RUTHERFORD, Capt. William Williamson   (1/5/1833-2/17/1890, bur. Little Hope Cem.)
RYE, Lt. S. N.
SAUNDERS, Ed
SHAY, Tom
SOUTH, Joseph Henry
STEWART, James
STREET, Daniel
STREET, 3rd Lt. Elliot A.
STREET, Maj. Solomon G.
STREET, Pvt. William M.  (Later 1st Lt.)
THURMOND, R. J.
TIPLET, Wash
TUDOR, Jack
TUDOR, Wood
TURNEY, William
WELTY, Elbert     (previously in Co. C 22nd Reg. Tenn. Inf.)
WELTY, John     (later in Co. C 22nd Reg. Tenn. Inf.)
WHITE, Luther     (Killed)
YOPP, George

Co. B
MOORE, 1st Lt. Robert B.
POSEY, Capt. William K.

Co. C
MARTIN, Capt. W.G.

Co. D
RUFFIN, Capt. James
WILSON, Newton B.
WILSON, Capt. William H.

Co. E
BEAVERS, Josiah Benton (Reserves)

Co. F
JOHNSON, Capt. Joseph A.      (later Lt. Col.)

Co. G
ISBELL, Capt. George

Co. H
GRACE, Sgt. Thomas J.
GILLEYLEN, Capt. D.C.

Co. I
BERRY, William Edwin
COLE, Wiley Jackson  (Reserves)
GOUDY, Robert   (Reserves)
GRAHAM, Capt. W. C.       (1842-1935 bur. Bethel Cem. Union Co.)
LUNA, Peter Taylor
McALISTER, Samuel Mitchel Jr.  (enlisted in the Fall of 1864 and was discharged in May of 1865)
McBRIDE, Sgt. Andrew A. (Reserves)
NANCE, Ruffen Brown  (Reserves, 10 Aug. 1846 - 8 May 1933, buried Ripley Cemetery.)
RENICK, Andrew Jackson    (buried Bethel Methodist Cemetery, Benton Co.)
RUCKER, W. A.
 

Co. K
ADAMS, Corp. William James
MCGEE, John  (State)
LOWEY, Capt. W.L.             (later Col.)

Co. L
ADAMS, Corp. William James
PICKENS, Corp. J/I. A.       (b. Concord Cem. Union Co.)

Streets Battn., probably Sol Street's
ALLEN, Robert                 (Died in Rock Island Prison 12/23/63)
DAVIS, Rufus     (1841-1909 enlisted Tippah bur. Old Zion Hill Union Co.)
FREE, Davis     (1827-1897 enlisted Pontotoc bur. Fairfield? Union Co.)



2nd Battalion Mississippi Infantry

Co. D
MULLEN, Andrew J.    (12 Apr. 1841 - 15 Oct. 1923 bur. Bethel Cemetery, also served Co. D 48th Miss.)



2nd Battalion Mississippi State Cavalry (Harris')

Co. A
WILKINS, Oregon T.    (1845-1864 buried Wilkins Cem. Union Co.)


2nd Miss. Infantry Regiment




3rd Miss. Infantry

Co. A
COWART, Henry E.     (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS CSA Memorial Section)
CRUTHIRDS, James N.    (1/20/1827-4/7/1894 bur. Swetman Cem. Harrison Co. MS)
SWETMAN, Thomas A.     (8/4/1831-10/6/1889 bur. Swetman Cem. Harrison Co. MS (a deed dated from his wife Harriet in 1870 says she is the widow of Thomas so this date of death is not correct.))

Co. G
MILLER, Cpl. William Y.   (bur. New Palestine Cem. Pearl River Co. MS)



3rd Battalion Miss. Cavalry -- Ashcraft's Battalion (later became the 11th Miss. Cavalry)
The 3rd Miss. Cavalry appears to have been a state unit under Brigadier  General  Samuel J. Gholson.  Under Gholson's brigade in the OR:

Ashcraft's (Mississippi) Regiment, Colonel  Thomas C. Ashcraft.
Ham's (Mississippi) Regiment, Colonel  T. W. Ham.
Lowry's (Mississippi) Regiment, Colonel  William L. Lowry.
McGuirk's (Mississippi) Regiment, Colonel  John McGuirk

Col. John McGuirk was commanding the brigade, attached to Reynold's brigade, Walthall's division and engaged in a battle near the Poor-House on Lick Skillet road, southwest of Atlanta Ga. on July 28, 1864.  In this battle the brigade lost 144 of its 450 men in killed, wounded and missing.  The lose in officers was particularly heavy.

Transferred to Confederate service 1 May, 1864
ASHCRAFT, Lt. Col. Thomas C.

Co. A
BRACEWELL, Samuel    (1844-1919 bur. Union Hill Cem. Union Co.)
MERCER, Marion   (Also in Co. E)
SCOBEY, William W.    (1827-1870 b. Scobey Cem. Yalobusha Co., Ms.)
SETTLE, James Rufus    (11/23/1844 Chester County, SC-11/2/1934 buried New Hope Presbyterian Church Cem., Alcorn Co., MS)
SMITH, Hampton Wade    (also Co. G, 1846-1921 b. Shady Grove Cem. Lamar Co. Tx.)

Co. B
JENNINGS, John Calvin    (6/ 2/1837-11/18/1931 buried Gaston Baptist Church Cem. Prentiss Co., MS)

Co. C
PITNER, 2nd Lt. William J.

Co. D
WYNN, Frances M.              (1842-1923 bur. Hopewell Cem. Union Co.)

Co. E
MERCER, Marion

Co. G
JOBE, Samuel Boone    ( 9 Feb. 1822 - 4 March 1912, buried Antioch Cem.)
PANNELL, James L.    (1843-1927 bur. Pleasant Hill Cem. Union Co.)
PANNELL, Simeon     (1840-1924 bur. Oak View Cem. Union Co.)
PANNELL, Wiseman B.   (1840-1924 bur. Ellistown Cem. Union Co.)
PANNELL, William P.    (bur. Stone Cem. Union Co.)
RANDLE, Albert Gallatin   (1830-1906 bur. Old Zion Hill Cem. Union Co.)


3rd Miss. Cavalry -- Ham's Battalion
See note under Ashcraft's above.
HAM, Col. T. W.

Co. Captains
ESTES
PAYNES
YATES
WHITE
McNEIL

Co. A
DAVIS, J.R.                      (7/11/1815-5/28/1910)
EPTING, Lemual D.

Co. B
ARMSTRONG, G.W.                (1/3/1825-8/7/1892 bur. Hodges Chapel Cem. Booneville, MS)
GRAFTON, 2nd Lt. Thomas J.   (d. 10 June 1903, bur. Soule Chapel Cem., Madison Co., MS)
JENNINGS, John Calvin
RANDOLPH, 2nd Lt. P. C.           (1832-1893 bur. Pleasant Ridge Cem. Union Co.)
SPAIN, John W.        (bur. Shiloh Cem., Madison Co., MS)
WITHERS, 1st Lt. G. A.

Co. C
EPTING, Lemual D.

Co. D
STEWART, J.B.     (11 April 1825-14 Nov. 1893 bur. Ebenzer Cemetery Cotton Plant)

Co. E
LAWSON, A.B.     (bur. Tilden Cemetery, Itawamba Co. MS)

Co. F
GREEN, John M.     (died  30 Sept. 1864 buried Confederate Cemetery, Forsyth, GA.)

Co. G
O'CALLAGHAN, 1 Lt. James P.   (1827-1882 bur. Fairfield Cem. Union Co.)

ORMAN, Henry W.   (Enlisted 4/15/1864 Oxford MS)

Co. H
LONG, Jesse Clinton              (1847-1916 b. Fairfield Cem. Union Co.)
ROBERTS, Moses Y.            (1845-1930 bur. Hopewell Cem. Union Co.)

Co. I
ANDERSON, George Garland   (4/?/1847 - 6/22/1928, buried Dumas Cemetery)



3rd Bn. Miss. Infantry - formed from the 45th
HARDCASTLE, Col. A. B.

Co. B
DUNCAN, Noah     (10 Jan. 1827 - 29 Oct. 1878, buried Mt. Moriah Cem.)

Co. E
CARTWRIGHT, J.H.     (1847-1938 bur. Paynes Chapel Cem.)

Co. F
BOSEMAN, Julius                 (buried Selph Collins Cemetery, Benton Co., MS)
ELLIOTT, Lemuel Harvey    (2/15/1834-9/12/1926 bur. Ayers Cem. Union Co. MS)
GOUDY, John F.
JOHNSON, Cpl. William Marion
MERCER, Franklin
MERCER, Jesse "Tony"
STOCKSTILL, Thomas J.    (5/17/1845-6/21/1932 bur. Old Palestine Baptist Cem. Pearl River Co., MS)
STREET, 1st Lt. William M.
WINBORN(E), Moses
WOLFF, Capt. Francis A.

Co. G
DANIEL, 2nd Lt. Walter K.   (1837-1918 bur. Pleasant Hill Cem. Union Co.)
DUNCAN, Wade Hampton    (1839-1865 bur. Duncan Cem. Union Co.)
DYER, Walker W.                 (1839-1862 probably buried Union Co.)
HUSTON, Capt. William J.   (bur. Hopewell Cem. Union Co.)
LIDELL, 1st Lt. Charles G.   (died 31 Aug. 1864 buried Confederate Cemetery, Forsyth, GA.)
PANNELL, William P.    (4/8/1816-4/10/1894 bur. Stone Cem., Union Co. MS)
ROBERTS, Allen                (bur. Pleasant Ridge Cem. Union Co.)
ROBERTS, Cpl. John          (1836-1918 bur. Hopewell Cem. Union Co.)
WAGES, Phillip G.               (1837-1914 bur. Stacks Cem. Union Co.)
WIGINGTON, G. W.     (1828-1904 bur. Old Zion Hill Cem. Union Co.)

Co. K
STEWART, 2nd Lt. John A.   (died 6 Aug. 1864 buried Confederate Cemetery, Forsyth, GA.)
WILLIAMS, William F.   (1847 - 1926, bur. La Grange Cem. Clarksdale, MS)



3rd Bn. Miss. Infantry - State Troops

Co. E
PENDLETON, Cpl. Henry    (10/2/1822-1/13/1897 bur. Old Prospect Cem. Marshall Co. AL)



4th Miss. Cavalry

Co. A
SIMPSON, Thomas B.

Co. D
SUGG, W.R.        (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS CSA Memorial Section)

Co. E
BENNETT, E.R.    (bur. Melton-Bennett Cem., Madison Co., MS)


4th Miss. Infantry

Co. C
SNIPES, William A.                      (1837-1917 bur. Union Co.?)

Co. F
MAXEY, James Jackson               (1838-1909 bur. Pisgah Cem. Union Co.)



5th Miss. Cavalry

Co. F
WILEY, James                           (1819-1895 bur. Hopewell Cem. Union Co.)

Co. G
BROGDON, W.A.J.     (bur. Hinton Family Cem. Old Augusta, Perry County, MS)

Co. I
Williams, Rev. Sgt. Murry L. (1846-1934 bur. New Albany Cem. Union Co.)



5th Miss. Infantry

Co. A
THOMPSON, Abram B.    (1823-1886 bur. Hopewell Cem. Union Co.)

Co. B
STEELE, 2nd Lt. Sewel W.



5th Miss. Infantry (State Troops)

Co. D
RHODES, 2nd Lt. R. H.
SMITH, S.H.      (bur. Lottville Cem., Madison Co., MS)

Co. G
BRASSFIELD, Levi     (1841-1916 bur. Fairfield Cem. Union Co.)



6th Miss. Regiment

Co. E
MORGAN, James Russell        (bur. Heflin Cemetery in Star City Ark.)

Co. H
PEACOCK, W.M.     (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS CSA Memorial Section)

Co. I
OWEN, Daniel M.                    (28 May 1824 - 11 Mar 1863, buried Pleasant Hill Baptist)
ROBBINS, Wiley D.


6th Miss. Cavalry

Co. D
GARDNER, G.H.     (1848-10/12/1923 bur. Poplar Springs Baptist Cem. Copiah Co. MS)

Co. K
BLAKENEY, Capt. David
BLAKENEY, 3rd Lt. William

Co. L
GUYTON, J. C.


7th Regiment Miss. Cavalry

1st Miss. Partisan Rangers/7th Miss. Cavalry


7th Battalion Miss. Infantry
 

Co. B
GANDY, F. M.


7th Regiment Miss. Infantry

Co. D
POPE, Dickerson R.   (12/24/1828-7/31/1899 bur. Crystal Springs Baptist Cem. Walthall Co. MS)

Co. E
BURKE, Thomas W.   (Died Oct 31 1862 buried Bardstown, Ky.)

Co. F
MCCARDLE, John M.    (1827-1912 bur. Indian Springs Baptist Cem. Perry Co. MS)
PARKER, James H.     (bur. Ellistown Cem. Union Co.)

Co. G
WILLIAMS, William B.  (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS CSA Memorial Section)

Co. H
SMITH, N.O.       (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS CSA Memorial Section)

Co. I
DYESS, Franklin M.   (1841-10/8/1930 bur. Old Green's Creek Cem. Jefferson Davis Co. MS)

Co. K
CLARK, R. W.     (1836-1844 bur. Pleasant Hill Cem. Union Co.)
DAY, Iverson     (b. ca. 1838 bur. Day-Roberts Cem. Amite Co. MS)



7th Battalion Miss. Infantry

Co. C
ODOM, James A.     (Bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS CSA Memorial Section)
REYNOLDS, Josiah  (Bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS CSA Memorial Section)



8th Miss. Cavalry

Co. D
Mathis, Sgt. Turner


8th Confederate Cavalry (Wade's) 2nd Regiment

Co. Unknown
BROWN, Martin
SIMPSON, Thomas B.



 

9th Regiment Miss. Infantry

Co. D
MIXON, George Washington   (11/6/1842-9/12/1902 bur. Mixon Family Cem. Perry Co. MS)
WOFFORD, Thomas G.

Co. E
POLSON, Lewis     (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS CSA Memorial Section)

Co. F
BARNES, Charles T., Sgt.
JENNINGS, T. M.
POE, J. H.            (1836-1897 bur. Mt. Pigsah Cem. Union Co.)

Co. H
BARLOW, Alonza D.   (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS)
BYARS, Andrew Fuller  (fell in Battle of Franklin, TN, bur. Sharon Cem., Madison Co., MS)
EDWARDS, J.M.     (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS CSA Memorial Section)
SIMMONS, Spratley   (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS CSA Memorial Section)



9th Miss. Cavalry

Co. D
BRADLEY, G.W.       (bur. Sylvester Cem. Perry Co. MS)
LOTT, Darling T.C.    (5/25/1843-3/20/1903 bur. Sylvester Cem. Perry Co. MS)



10th Regiment Miss. Volunteers

Co. B
BOURLAND, Cpl. Batlis E.    (bur. Fellowship Cem., Lee Co.)

Co. E
BEAN, G.W.      (12/29/1846-2/1/1933 bur. Beans Cem. Itawamba Co. MS)
ELLIOTT, W. H.     (10 June 1828 - 6 April 1915, buried Walnut Creek Cem.)
MCBRYDE, R. C.

Co. F
WICKER, John Uriah

Co. G
WALLACE, A.M.     (bur. Tilden Cemetery Itawamba Co., MS)

Co. H
BULLOCK, Joshua B.

Co. I
GILMER, Sgt. Charles L.    (bur. Sharon Cem., Madison Co., MS)

Co. K
ALEXANDER, C. Henderson
CHISM, W. T.
GARRISON, Ruben William   (Musican, d. 5/18/1931, bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS)
GURNEY, Corp. William Rolston(Crippled in the battle of Atlanta - received the Southern Cross of Honor)
HOPPER, John D.     (born 6-6-1838, died of disease 15 Aug. 1862)
HOPPER, 1st Sgt. Martin Joseph  (12-4-1835 - 5-16-1908 buried Hopper Cemetery)
KELLY, J. L.
MCCRUM, John N.     (bur. Ebenezer Cem. Union Co.)
NORTHCROSS, James  M.   (Wounded at Chickamauga)
PERKINS, John C.   (July 20, 1840 - Feb. 12, 1928 b. Union Cemetery)
SNELL, Samuel Amzi    (brigade blacksmith, buried on his farm just out of Lovelady, Houston Co., TX.)
STEWART, Robert A.
WILSON, Joseph J.
WILBANKS, John Sanford
WISEMAN, Sgt. Wm. H.    (25 Dec. 1827 - 12 Jan. 1888 bur. Ebenezer (Cotton Plant) Cem.)

Co. Unknown
 


10th Miss. Cavalry

Co. A
LAWRENCE, S. Clair
PREWIT, C.L.     (bur. Enid Oakhill Cem. Enid MS)

Co. H
BARNES, Sgt. Charles T.
BARTLETT, Jesse H.
MCCORD, A. R.     (21 Aug. 1822-2 Feb. 1863 buried Dumas Cemetery)
MOHUNDRO, 4th Sgt. John Goodman  (12 May 1839-5 May 1899 bur. Searcy Co., Ark.)

Co. K
MCCRUM, J. N.
RUTHERFORD, Lt. George Samuel (Served in the Miss. Cav. under Gen. N. B. Forrest)


11th Miss. Inf.

Co. A          University Greys
BREWER, Samuel Coleman    ( died 3 July 1863 at Gettysburg in Pickett's charge)
THURMOND, Capt. Richard Jackson

Co. F
GREER, A. S.     (buried Philadelphia National Cemetery)
MAY, 2nd Lt. Wm. Allen   (Nov. 11, 1820 - Feb. 12, 1863 buried Ross Chapel Cem.)

Co. H
KEARNEY, Guston H. (Thomas?)  (Wound at Battle of Cold Harbor 3 June 1864, bur. Kearney Family Cem., Madison Co., MS)

Co. I
CRUMP, Alvis Simon        (1844-1914 bur. Fairfield Cem. Union Co.)


11th Miss. Cavalry  (Ashcraft's)

Co. B
MCKINNEY, Thomas

Co. H   Baxter's
MEDFORD, Isom M.
WILKINS, John M.     (1835-1862 bur. Wilkins Cem. Union Co.)

Co. K
WILLINGHAM, George W.  (later served in Col. Falkner's Regiment)
 



12th Miss. Cavalry

Co. B
HART, Lewis Oscar    (bur. Forked Oak Cem. Prentis Co. MS)

Co. D
DUNCAN, G. A.

Co. G
CRUMP, 2 Lt. Alvis Simon        (1844-1914 bur. Fairfield Cem. Union Co.)

Co. H
BARTLETT, Daniel T.
BARTLETT, John Suttle    (Died 26th July 1864)
BARTLETT, John Hargis

Co. K
RILEY, Nathan     (4/10/1820/11/8/1863 bur. Shumpert Cem. Itawamba Co. MS)



12th Miss. Infantry

Co. E

MATTHEWS, 1st Lt. Robert Joseph Walker
HENNEGAN, 1st Sgt Patrick
HENNEGAN, Capt. William   (killed at Cold Harbor)


13th Miss. Infantry

Co. unknown
DOYLE, Edwin T.
BRIDGES, N.     (1848-1924  bur. Fairfield Cem. Union Co.)


14th Miss. Infantry

Co. A
TODD, Moses S.     (bur. Canton Cemetery, Madison Co. MS, CSA Memorial Section)

Co. C
BRADSHAW, Robert     (bur. Canton Cemetery, Madison Co. MS, CSA Memorial Section)
HEARON, Q. Master Sgt. Henry Preston (7/31/1840-10/27/1916 bur. Artesia Cem. Lowndes Co. MS)

Co. D
HAYNES, William N.    (bur. Canton Cemetery, Madison Co. MS, CSA Memorial Section)

Co. G
LEONARD, Reuben    (bur. Springhill Cem. Pearl River Co. MS)

Co. E
RENICK, William Jasper (buried Bethel Methodist Cemetery, Benton Co.)

Co. G
VALENTINE, David     (bur. Canton Cemetery, Madison Co. MS, CSA Memorial Section)

Co. H
FAIRCHILD, L.E.     (7/27/1844-6/9/1934 bur. Sageville Methodist Cem., Meridian, Lauderdale Co. MS)
NICHOLS, Cpl. Elijah   (bur. Sageville Methodist Cem., Meridian, Lauderdale Co. MS)
SMITH, John B.     (bur. Canton Cemetery, Madison Co. MS, CSA Memorial Section)



14th Miss. Cavalry

Co. F
MORGAN, Fielding B. Jr.   (7/31/1846-2/3/1929 bur. Keith Cem. Amite Co. MS)



15th Miss. Infantry

Co. A
MCKAY, C.C.     (bur. Camden Cemetery, Madison Co. MS.)
MCKAY, W. F.     (died 15 May 1900, bur. Old Hebron Cemetery, Madison Co. MS.)
PARKER, John A.     (1841-1911, bur. Good Hope Baptist Cem., Madison Co., MS)

Co. B
BROWN, William J.   (born 1840 bur. Erin Presbyterian Cem., Newton Co. MS)
PITTMAN, Allen     (residence Brewton, Escambia Co. AL)

Co. E
MANN, Battle     (bur. Sharon Cemetery, Madison Co. MS.)

Co. H
HOWARD, Alexander

Co. K
SAVAGE, Edward William    (11/13/1840-8/21/1915 bur. Oak Hill Cemetery Fannin Co. TX)
 


16th Miss.

Co. F
ACKER, Walter P.     (9/2/1844-2/16/1933 bur. Oak Hill Cem. Lampasas Co. TX)
CHANDLER, Tobias L.   (2/24/1842-11/11/1927 bur. Wallace Methodist Cem. Escambia Co. AL)
 

Co. G
HUDSON, Joseph D.    (bur. Black Jack or Kaintuck Cem. Covington Co. MS)
SMITH, Pinckney C.



17th Miss. Infantry

17th Miss. Infantry

FEATHERSTON, Col.

Co. A
BEAN, Rufus A.  (12/8/1830-12/14/1899 bur. Sherman Cem., Lee Co.)
CASON, J. R.     (b. Confederate Cem. Higginsville Missouri)
HOUPT, Louis    (d. 1/20/1864 buried Rock Island IL.)
MAXWELL, H. C.    (bur. Lynchburg, VA.)
ORMAND, Wm. W.  (d. 2/16/1864 buried Rock Island IL.)
RICKS, John L.     (d. 5/14/1864 bur. Rock Island IL.)
SHELL, R. L.            (bur. Lynchburg, VA.)

Co. B
BRONHORS, A.     (d. 2/01/1863 bur. Elmwood Cem., Memphis, TN.)
DUNCAN, J.F.
FANT, Euclid Bethel    (1845 - 1864 b. Well's Chapel Cem., Union Co.)
GREENER, James B.    (died 1899 in Vicksburg)
SUGGS, Capt.
TUCKER, J. L.     (bur. Lynchburg, VA.)

Co. C
BISHOP, E.D.
CAMPBELL, Thomas M.   (1/12/1836-10/20/1930 bur. Camp Creek Cem., Lee Co.)
COBB, William H.     (1837-1924 bur. Union Hill Cem. Union Co.)
HOLDER, Capt. W.D.
LEWELLEN, Joel W.    (1839-1903 bur. Fairfield Cem. Union Co.)
MCFARLIN, Christopher C.   (1823-1920 bur. Ellistown Cem. Union Co.)
MCNUTT, Henry J.     (1839-1909 bur. Jones Cem. Union Co.)
PANNELL, Philip H.       (1830-1885 b. Pleasant Ridge Cem. Union Co.)
ROBERTS, D. H.     (bur. Lynchburg, VA.)
SPECK, John E.            (1845-1915 bur. Ellistown Cem. Union Co.)
STOKES, William H.    (died Dec. 1862 in Gordonsville, VA)
STEPHENSON, Sgt. Albert J.   (later lived in Wynnewood, OK)

Co. D  
BEARD, William C.   (1839-1910 bur. Old Oak Grove Cem. Union Co.)
BOYD, Sgt. John F.      (d. 12/02/1864 Elmira Prison)
DODDS, William P.    (1842-1917 bur. Candy Hill Cem. Union Co.)
JOHNSON, Benjamin F.      (1843-1918 buried Macedonia Union Co.)
PARR, Milton T.     (1839-1904 bur. Union Co.?)
PECK, B.F.                (d. 12/29/61 bur. Barrancas, FL)
WILLIAMSON, Capt. Henry E.
COCHRAN, Jesse C.

Co. E     This Co. list donated by Randy Arrick
AUTHUR, Samuel P.
BARRETT, James
BENNET, Solomon
BISHOP, J.M.
BLACKSHER, David
BLACKNEY, David
BLAND, F.C.
BLAND, George A.
BOOKOUT, Henry
BONDS, William F.
BRANCH, Martin
BUCHANAN, Bailey P.
BUMPASS, W.J.
BURKS, Henry J.
BUTLER, Mumfd B.
CANFIELD, William T.
CANTRELL, John B.
CANTRELL, J.R.
CANTRELL, William E.
CARPENTER, Riley
CARPENTER, Silas
CARTER, Samuel I.
CHAPPELEAR, John
CHILDERS, Joseph L.
CHILDRESS, J. L.     (buried Lynchburg, VA., probably the Joseph Childers above)
CHRISTIAN, Loren D.
CLEMENT, A.M.
COADA, Thomas
COBLE, John
COCHRAN, Robert
COCKRAN, William
COTTRELL, J.B.
COCKETT, George W.
COCKETT, Joseph B.
FIELD, James W.
FIELDER, Richard E.
FLYNT, A.M.
FLYNT, Henry A.
FOOT, Henry C.
FOOT, James
GAINES, James
GODFREY, George W.
HARRIS, Franc M.
HAWKINS, J.W.
HENSON, George W.
HIGGS, Thomas M.
HUGHES, David A.
HUGHES, John L.
HUTCHINS, William F.
ISOM, Frederick
JOSLIN, Daniel W.
JOSLIN, Joseph J.
KAY, CHRYSTY
KAY, J.H.
KAY, James L.
KAY, William
KITTRILL, R. S.        (buried Confederate Cemetery, Okolona, MS--Not on Randy's list)
LACKNEY, Andrew W. M.
LANGFORD, Byram B.
LANGFORD, Jasper N.
LANGFORD, Peter B.
LATHAM, George W.
LAWSON, William T.
LEATHERWOOD, Jesse
LEATHERWOOD, James W.
LEE, John J.
LEWIS, George W.
LEWIS, Washington L.
LINDSAY, Dave F.
LINDSAY, M.C.
LOVE, James D.
MARTIN, Thomas P.
MATTHEWS, R.G.
MATHEWS, Stancon
MAXWELL, John F.
MCCOLLOUGH, Robert
MCDOUGAL, W.F.
MCMASTERS, Uriah
MILFORD, John E.     (buried Lynchburg, VA.)
MILLER, Lewis
MILLER, William M.
MOON, James A.
MOORE, L.M.
MORELAND, M.D.
MORELAND, S.J.
MORRIS, Hiram
ODOM, John K.
OWENS, John
PARINGTON, W.M.
PATTON, Leonadas M.
PATTON, William H.
PHELPS, Charles A.
PHILLIPS, Daniel R.
PRICE, John W.
RAWHOUGH, James
REYNOLDS, Thomas G.
ROLSTON, William M.
RUFFIAN, Phillip
SCRUGGS, A.T.
SCRUGGS, G.W.
SCRUGGS, F.P.
SHARP, John G.
SHORT, Albert L.     (bur. Meadow Creek Church Cem. Prentiss Co. - not on Randy's list)
SHULTZ, William E.
SIMPSON, W.E.
SKINNER, N.T.
SMITH, James G.
SMITH, R.H.
SOUTH, John B.
SOUTH, William C.
STAFFORD, William B.
STANFORD, William R.
STATON, James J.
STITTS, James H.
THOMASSON, Thomas Burris
THOMASSON, T.J.
TOWNS, J.S.
UMPHRESS, William
WALLACE, James N.
WASHBURN, Mercer C.
WASHBURN, Thomas B.
WHITE, James
WHITEHURST, Benjamin N.
WHITEHURST, Franklin W.
WHITFIELD, Benjamin F.
WILDER, L.F.
WILEY, O.H.P.
WILHELMS, George W.
WILHELMS, J.W.
WILHELMS, Mike L.
WOODWARD, J.C.
YANCY, John B.
YOUNG, James E.
 

Co. F
CAMERON, Sgt. Charles A.  (prisoner at Point Lookout Md.)
CLOUD, Sgt. Maj. Joseph     (d. 10/28/1923 bur. Elmwood Cem., Memphis, TN.)
GUY, W. M.      (bur. Sulphur, OK.)
JONES, E.              (bur. Lynchburg, VA.)
LAWS, Charley     (1831-1908 bur. Amaziah Cem. Union Co.)
MITCHELL, W. I.   (bur. Ravia, OK.)
MORPHIS, C.L.    (d. 2/5/1864 bur. Rock Island, IL.)

Co. G   Confederate Guards  Marshall Co.
ALLEN, G. H.
BAKER, N. A.
BARBER, E. S.    (Probably E. Snowden Barber.  Wounded 11 times and fought at Gettysburg)
BENTON, C.J.     (from Marshall Co. bur. by UCV in Cleburne TX in 1901)
CLOUD, Sgt. Maj. Joseph F.   (died 28 Oct. 1923 bur. Elmwood Cem., Memphis TN)
COCHRAN, J. C.
COCHRAN, J. D.
CRAIGHEAD, D.   (Permanently disabled)
CRAIGHEAD, G.   (Killed Sep. 3, 1864)
CRAIGHEAD, S. B.  (Died of disease May 25, 1862)
CRUM, J.
CRUM, W.
DAVIS, B. F.    (Died of wounds June 30, 1862)
ECHOLS, S. M.    (Killed)
HARPER, P. E.     (Killed July 2, 1863)
HARRISON, M. F.  (Killed Sept. 20, 1863)
MASSEY, P. M.
MCCOWN, James A.
MOREHEAD, C. C.   (Died disease May 28, 1862)
MOREHEAD, David  Crockett    (12 Oct. 1838 - 24 Nov. 1893 b. Prospect Cemetery, Emory, Rains Co. TX.)
MORMON, J.
OWEN, G. W.     (buried Lynchburg, VA.)
SIMMONS, Caswell     (1827-1892 bur. Beulah Cem. Union Co.)
TAYLOR, William     (Died of disease June 6, 1862)
WHITTEN, Ransom Edwin
WICKER, C. D.

Co. H
JOHNS, Joseph     (buried Gibbs Cemetery, Houston, MS.)
LEWELLEN, S.     (bur. Lynchburg, VA.)
MOISE, John L.    (d. 3 Nov. 1862 b. Our Soldier's Cem., Mt. Jackson, Shenandoah Co., VA.)
WILLIAMS, John Silas     (later in Co. A 19th Miss., b. 1841 d. 1909 Osark, AR.)

Co. I
HOLLOWELL, Jesse R.

Co. J
BIZZELL, F. M.   (probably Co. I, I don't think there was a Co. J, bur. Lynchburg, VA.)

Co. K   Magnolia Guards   Calhoun Co.
ALBERSON, J.E.    (bur. Barrancas Fla.)
GORDON, A.A.
HOPPER, John D.   (6-6-1838 - 8-15-1862 of disease at Chattanooga, TN, buried there)
KNIGHT, Jack
PHILLIPS, Aaron
PHILLIPS, J. N.
TUCKER, W. S.     (bur. Lynchburg, VA.)
WILSON, John

Unknown Co.
 



17th Bn. Miss. Cavalry

Co. B
BRELAND, D.V.     (3/25/1837-11/11/1905 bur. Barth Cem. Pearl River Co. MS)

Co. F
LOTT, Cpl. W.R.    (1/22/1834-4/4/1909 bur. Lott Cem. Perry Co. MS)



18th Miss. Cavalry

Co. Unknown

Co. A
CASEY, Jasper
CASEY, Newit
JONES, Augustus
MARSHALL, H. T.      (1846-1913 bur. New Albany Cem. Union Co.)
WATSON, J.R.     (bur. Black Jack or Kaintuck Cem. Covington Co. MS)

Co. B
GAMMELL, William R.   (1844-1916 bur. Wallerville? Cem. Union Co.)

Co. D
BATTE, Alex W.
LACY, Sgt. Matthew Michie
LEATH, Francis Marion    (transferred from Co. A 23 Miss. Inf. Mar. 1863)
LEATH, James K. Polk
LEATH, John F.     (Jun 1842 - 3 Feb 1909 b. Canaan Baptist Cemetery, Benton Co.)

Co. G
SCOTT, George L.     (28 Nov. 1828 - 24 Dec. 1917, buried Harmony Cem.)

Co. K
HUDSPETH, George W.


18th Miss. Infantry

Co. A
COTTRELL, F. P

Co. B    Captain Smith's Company Home Guard
ARNETT, Richard Charles  (said to have fought in the Dixie Rifles)

Co. C
LUCKETT, Robert     (bur. Old Sulfur Springs Catholic Cem., Madison Co., MS)
LESTER, Freeman     (bur. Good Hope Baptist Cem., Madison Co., MS)
RUSSELL, 2nd Lt. John C.   (bur. Greenwood Cem., Madison Co., MS)

Co. G
PURVIANCE, 3rd Lt. Antharies  (1841-1924, bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS)

Co. I
JIGGITTS, Louis M.    (also in Co. K, aged 33 yrs, bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS)

Co. Unknown
GAULTNEY, D.P.    (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS)



 

19th Miss. Infantry

19th Mississippi Infantry


20th Miss. Infantry

 Co. B
GERMAN, Daniel L.       (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS CSA Memorial Section)

Co. C
LOVE, Sidney Ovid    (2/6/1849 - 4/25/1932, buried Walnut Creek Cem.)
O'ROURK, Charles     (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS CSA Memorial Section)

Co. E
FREDERICK, A.H.     (residence Brewton, Escambia Co. AL)

Co. I
GREY, Robert P.     (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS CSA Memorial Section)



21st Miss. Regiment of Mississippi Volunteers

Co. A
ADAMS, Walter     (d. 3/31/1905, bur. Elmwood Cem., Memphis, TN.)
FLOURNOY, Daniel A.    (bur. Bethesda Baptist Oktibbeha Co. MS)

Co. C
Mitchell, George T.   (bur. Good Hope Baptist Cem., Madison Co., MS)

Co. D
PHIPPS, John         (buried Myrtle Hill Cemetery, Rome, GA.)

Co. F
SHORES, C. C.     (bur. Connerville, OK.)
TOOLE, Dixon Lewis    (killed in action and bur. Malvern Hill VA 7/01/1862 memorial Enid Oakhill Cem. Enid MS)
TOOLE, James I.      (bur. Enid Oakhill Cem. Enid MS)
TOOLE, Joseph T.    (bur. Enid Oakhill Cem. Enid MS)

Co. H
CHAMPPETT, W. G.   (buried Reagan, OK.)
HANCOCK, George    (bur. Lynchburg VA.)

Co. K
Orginally known as the New Albany Grays.  Link to the Union Co. page.
BELL, James M.P.   (bur. Snider Cem. Union Co.)
DANSBY, John C.    (1837-1921 bur. New Albany Cem. Union Co.)
HEARN, William H.   (1825-1902 bur. New Albany Cem. Union Co.)
JARVIS, Alfred B.    (1843-1921 bur. Pleasant Hill Cem. Union Co.)
KNOX, Samuel Andrew
MARTIN, Charles R.    (1844-1925 bur. Union Co.?)
MEADOR, David T.           (1832-1904 bur. Pleasant Hill Cem. Union Co.)
NEWTON, Thomas A.        (1837-1861 bur. Concord Cem. Union Co.)
SHELTON, R.T.   (d. 4/5/1864 bur. Rock Island, IL.)
SLOAN, 1st Lt. Theodore B.  (taken prisoner near Falling Waters, MD, imprisioned at Johnson Island, 1830-1917  bur. Wilkins Cem. Union Co.)
SMITH, 2nd Lt. William P.        (1822-1892 bur. New Albany Cem. Union Co.)

Co. L
BUTLER, Robert E.    (prisoner at Point Lookout, Md.)

Co. Unknown
BRIDGES, N.     (1848-1924  bur. Fairfield Cem. Union Co.)


22nd Miss. Infantry

Co. A
FOX, Charles Henry    (7/13/1815-1/12/1862 bur. Fox-Arrington Cem. Lawrence County MS)

Co. C
CRAIN, John D.     (1824-1876 bur. Pisgah Cem. Union Co.)
FITZPATRICK, Michael       (paroled at Vicksburg)

Co. E
VAN NORMAN, Andrew J.    (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS CSA Memorial Section)
WEATHERSBY, William E.    (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS CSA Memorial Section? wounded at Shiloh, died between Canton and Grenada)

Co. F
BURGE, Samuel J.
JENKINS, Capt. Ira (Allen)   (4/18/1832-1/23/1929 bur. Liberty Cem. Amite Co. MS)

Co. G
DUDLEY, Capt. William H.   (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS)

Co. H
CRAIG, James Wilson    (1843-1909 bur. New Albany Cem. Union Co.)
GRAHAM, 2 Lt. Samuel J.     (1838-1903 bur. Salem Cem. Union Co.)
MORRIS, Tom Jess     (1842-1939 bur. New Albany Cem. Union Co.)

Co. K
VANCE, A.C.
              (killed 6 May 1862, from Pontotoc Co.)


22nd Miss. Cavalry

Col. MOFFITT

Co. A
LOWRY, Franklin L.   ( 1 Feb. 1848-30 Aug. 1919 Pulaski Co. Ark. b. Landmark Cem.)
MARICLE, W.M.
MEEKS, J.N.     (22 Dec. 1848-19 Apr. 1920 b. Ebenezer (Chalybeate) Cem.)
 


23rd Miss. Infantry  (First known as the 2nd, then the 3rd and finally as the 23rd)


24th Miss.   Infantry

Co. E
COLEMAN, Cpl. Albert B.   (died 2 May 1921 bur. Thornton Chapel Cem., Madison Co., MS)
GRAFTON, J.M.     (died 1 Dec. 1929, bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS)
MAGRUDER, Sgt. Thomas Samuel   (a Memorial in Concord Cem., Madison Co., MS -- died in a Confederate Army hospital in Ringold, GA)

Co. F
FORD, Daniel N.     (bur. Tilden Cemetery, Itawamba Co. MS)
TODD, J.      (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS CSA Memorial Section)

Co. I
MCCOY, H.C.    (residence Flomaton, Escambia Co. AL)

Co. K
MYRE, Sgt. Atkin    (bur. Medline Cem. Perry Co. AL)



24th Miss.   Cavalry

Co. C
WHEELER, Augustus S.   (1847-1917 bur. Vickland Cem., Sharkey Co., MS)



26th Miss.   Cavalry

Co. unknown
BLACKWELL, Joseph Bodtsford


26th Miss. Infantry
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REYNOLDS, Col. A.E.

Co. A
ADAMS, S. J.            (d. 24 May 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
BALWE, W.M.          (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
BARNETT, Miles R.   (bur. Elmwood Cem., Memphis TN)
BLANTON, G. M.     (d. 7 Apr 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
BLANTON, William N.  (applied for pension in Hardin Co. TN)
DAVIS, R. E.     (b. Myrtle Cemetery, Rome, GA)
DEAN, John E.  (buried Philadelphia National Cemetery)
DEAN, 2nd Lt. M.W.       (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
FELTS, A. B.     (d. 21 Mar 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
FLOYD, John T.   (also in Co. K applied for pension in Shelby Co. TN)
HILL, Henry     (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
HILL, M.C.      (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
HILL, Cpl. W.I.     (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
HODGES, David     (b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
HORTON, Sgt. D.M.B. (d.  3/31/62 b. Jefferson Barracks National Cem. St. Louis, Missouri)
MALONE, Capt. C. P.  (applied for pension in Hardeman Co. TN)
MALONE, Free     (later lived in Waldron, Ark.)
MILNER, John     (d. 11 Mar 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
RAST, 2nd Lt. W.J.    (d. 15 Mar. 1862 bur. Camp Chase OH)
REID, Capt. D.M.B.   (d. 15 Apr. 18?? bur. Camp Chase OH)
SEGO, B.J.      (paroled at Vicksburg)
TENNISON, R. F.      (d. 23 Mar 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
TENNISON, H. F.   (applied for pension in Hardeman Co. TN)
TRAVIS, W. C.     (d. 6 Mar 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
WRENN, F. T.     (d. 10 Mar 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)

Co. B
BARKER, William Columbus   (16 Dec 1838 -15 Mar 1926 Wheeler Grove Alcorn Co.)
BARRETT, William N.    (applied for pension in McNairy Co. TN)
BELSHER, Capt.
BOX, J.S.
BURNS, S.A.        (paroled at Vicksburg)
CHILDS, R. J.     (b. Myrtle Cemetery, Rome, GA)
DUNCAN, G. W.     (d. 18 Mar 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
ELLIS, W. B.     (b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
GREEN, Orville Green    (d. 21 Mar1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
GRESHAIN, Capt. J.H.    (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
HORSEY, Thomas H.    (d. 29 Mar 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
HUTCHINS, J.J.    (paroled at Vicksburg)
KEMP, L. G.     (d. 20 Apr 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN
LINDSEY, G. W.     (d. 9 Apr 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN
MOSELY, 1st Sgt. Thomas S.   (9/25/1842-2/15/1862 - killed at Ft. Donelson, bur. Baldwyn City Cem.)
NASH, Eldridge W.    (paroled at Vicksburg)
NASH, Jonas     (paroled in Washington hospital at fall of Vicksburg)
NASH, Joshua     (paroled in Washington hospital at fall of Vicksburg)
RINEHART, Gillis     (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
ROSS, Cpl. W.H.     (paroled at Vicksburg)
RUNION, S. O.     (d. 21 Jul 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
SCALLY, James Kenneth    (8 May 1841 - 29 Nov. 1892, b. Pleasant Grove Cem. Tuckerman, AR.)
SHAMBLIN, L.S.     (bur. Old Armstrong Cem. Prentiss Co.)
SHAMLET, Larry M.    (paroled at Vicksburg)
TERRY, J. H.     (b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
VALLANDINGHAM     (paroled at Vicksburg)
WHITE, S. C.

Co. C
BARNETT, Henry     (b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
BARNETT, Thomas     (d. 9 Apr 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
BEARDEN, W.H.         (paroled at Vicksburg)
CARPENTER, R.C.
COX, 1st Lt. Robert S.
DALTON, Thomas
DAVENPORT, Capt. Stephen (or Tobe)
DUKE, John G.    (bur. Meadow Creek Church Cem., Prentiss Co.)
DUKE, William     (d. 3/24/62 b. Jefferson Barracks National Cem. St. Louis, Missouri)
ELDER, T.N.
FULGHAM, J.M.
GENTRY, G.W.     (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
HENDERSON, William    (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
JONES, George     (d. 14 Nov 1863 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
KITCHENS, R.J.    (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co. MS CSA Memorial Section)
LASSITER, Sgt. Andrew H.   (d. 24 Feb. 1865 bur. Camp Chase OH)
McCROW, J.      (d. 2 Apr 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
McLEARN, James C.    (b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
McLERAN, Com. Sgt. Anthony Augustus (musician, applied for pension in Hardeman Co. TN)
MOORE, James F.     (d. 26 Mar 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
RICKETTS, John C.   (d. 6 Oct. 1862 bur. Elmwood Cem. Memphis TN)
ROBERTS, B. C.     (b. Lynchburg, VA)
ROGERS, B. H.     (d. 20 Mar 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
ROGERS, D.M.     (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
STEVENS, William H.  (applied for pension in Chester Co. TN)
TAYLOR, Henry C.   (applied for pension in McNairy Co. TN)
WILSON, J.M.     (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
WRIGHT, W. O.     (d. 14 Mar 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)

Co. D
BLAKENEY, William F.
BOURLAND, Albert M.    (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co. MS CSA Memorial Section)
FARRIS, James     (d. 24 Mar 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
FRANCIS, Thomas       (paroled in Washington hospital at fall of Vicksburg)
GLIDEWELL, William Lafayette   (applied for pension in Dyer Co. TN)
GORDON, John H.     (10/11/1824-2/26/1912 bur. Old Union Cem. Howard Co. AR)
HONEYCUT, A.G.     (paroled at Vicksburg)
JONIKNI, W.C.     (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
LAWRENCE, Cain     (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
REEVES, Willis W.    (applied for pension in McNairy Co. TN)
TIDWELL, George W.
VAUGHAN, John M.
VINSON, John W.     (applied for pension in Weakley Co. TN)

Co. E
ALEXANDER, J.V.     (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
BEALL, Capt. D.T.
BRIGG, S.H.                  (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
DULEY, William             (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
GRAY, David     (paroled at Vicksburg, applied for pension in McNairy Co. TN)
HANNA, Sgt. James S.   (applied for pension in McNairy Co. TN)
MILLER, William H.    (d. 8 Mar 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
PICKENS, J. P.     (d. 20 Mar 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
SMITH, Moses K.     (applied for pension in McNairy Co. TN)

Co. F
BIGHAM, J.R.       (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
COLE, William A.   (applied for pension in Hardin Co. TN)
COLLINS, J. P.     (bur. Nashville Cemetery, age 26)
ELUM, William Jasper    (d. 29 Jun 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
FIELDS, Cpl. David Henry   (applied for pension in Hardin Co. TN)
FIELDS, George H.    (applied for pension in McNairy Co. TN)
FRANCIS, Thomas       (paroled at Vicksburg)
GARINE, G.W.     (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
KELLUM, Abel     (d. 7 Sep 1862 b. Alton, IL)
McCLENONS, Cpl. John T.   (d. 10 Feb 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
MOORE, Malcom J. M.  (also served in Co. K, applied for pension in Shelby Co. TN)
SMITH, Joel Henry   (Musician, d. 11 Sept 1928 bur. Elmwood Cem. Memphis TN)
SMITH, L.B.     (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
WILLIS, George Preston  (b. 21 Jun 1840 - 11 Oct 1918, bur. Lightning Ridge Cemetery OK, received the Southern Cross of Honor)
WYNN, B. A.     (d. 6 Aug 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)

Co. G
BORAN, R.N.                    (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
BORAN, W.W.                   (paroled at Vicksburg)
COCHRAN, William R.    (d. 2 Apr 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
COOK, Francis M.     (d. 17 Aug 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
COOK, William L.     (8 Jul 1862  b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
EARLEY, 4th Cpl. Humphrey P.   (d. 8 Mar. 1862 bur. Camp Chase OH)
FRANKS, Alexander    (d. 3/ 2/62 b. Jefferson Barracks National Cem. St. Louis, Missouri)
GAHAGEN, Francism        (died 1 Mar. 1862 buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Terre Haute, Indiana)
GOTCHER, L.D.     (paroled at Vicksburg)
PETTIT, Barry P.     (9 Jul 1862  b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
RANDOLPH, John J.        (1/21/1842-4/15/1918, buried Pinkton Cem., Pinkton, Hopkins Co., TX)
RANDOLPH, William    (d. 23 Mar 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
ROGERS, T.P.     (lived in Itawamba Co.)
TREADAWAY, Elijah        (d. 11/12/1864 Elmira Prison)
WOODRUFF, R.H.     (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)

Co. H
ALLEN, G.H.            (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
ALLEN, Joseph H.    (paroled at Vicksburg, bur. Mackey's Creek Cem., Prentiss Co.)
BARRON, W. W.
BIDDLE, H. E.     (bur. Nashville Cemetery)
CLAUNCH, G. B.     (d. 4 Apr 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
COLLIER, A. K.
CUNNINGHAM, Andrew
CUNNINGHAM, H.
GILMORE, L. M.     (d. 19 Apr 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
GRESHAM, Capt. George N.G.   (1/5/1841-2/10/1862 bur. Old Mackey's Creek Cem., Prentiss Co.)
GRISHAM, Capt. A.F.
HARMON, L.C.     (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
HOWELL, E.      (paroled at Vicksburg)
JOWERS, W.F.     (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
LACY, Jesse E.     (bur. Mackey's Creek Cem., Prentiss Co.)
LAWIER, G.W.     (paroled at Vicksburg)
LOVELESS, W.P.     (d. 5/3/62 b. Jefferson Barracks National Cem. St. Louis, Missouri)
MOORE, Capt. R.J.
PIKE, A.B.      (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
RIDDLE, Charles M.    (b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
SEARCY, Irwin     (bur. Old Smith Family Cem., Prentiss Co.)
SHACKELFORD, Capt. W.A.H.   (bur. Mackey's Creek Cem., Prentiss Co.)
STACY, Thomas     (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
TAYLOR, James M.     (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg, bur. old Mackey's Creek Cem., Prentiss Co.)
TOLAND, J. W.     (d. 30 Mar 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
VOYLES, A. M.
VOYLES, Harvey B.    (born 1840)
VOYLES, Jim M.     (born 1841)
WOMACK, John C.     (d. 26 May 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)

Co. I
BARNETT, Isaiah     (23 Nov 1837-13 Jun 1917 b. Myrtle Cemetery, Rome GA)
BURNETT, Corp. S.    (buried Philadelphia National Cemetery)
EDWARDS, W. D.         (d. 21 Mar 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
MEARS, James A.     (bur. Friendship Church Cem., Lee Co.)
PAYNE, Francis M.    (12/19/1838-4/7/1903 bur. Glenwood Cem. Lee Co.)
RAINES, Bert     (bur. Shiply Cem., Lee Co.)
SANDERS, Henry     (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
SKINNER, Cpl. Enoch A.   (1843-1926 bur. New Harmony Cem. Union Co.)
STOVALL, Lumpkin     (b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)

Co. K
BOX, J.S.
FLOYD, D.C.
EMERY, A.J.             (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
HIGGINS, 2nd Sgt. D.M.   (paroled at Vicksburg)
KIZER, Capt. B.J.
KIZER, D.A.     (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)
KIZER, F.M.     (paroled at Vicksburg)
LAMBERT, W.E.     (d.  3/7/62 b. Jefferson Barracks National Cem. St. Louis, Missouri)
MILLICAN, L.B.      (d.  3/25/62 b. Jefferson Barracks National Cem. St. Louis, Missouri)
MOONEY, A. M.     (d. 22 Mar 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
PINKSTON, John     (d. 25 Feb 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
REED, Samuel           (d.  3/25/62 b. Jefferson Barracks National Cem. St. Louis, Missouri)
RHODES, Felix Murrar  (Captured and released on oath 17 June 1865, buried Davidson Cemetery, Coryell Co., Tx.)
ROBINSON, J. M. C.   (d. 14 Mar 1862 b. Crown Hill Cem. Indianapolis IN)
TYNES, R.N.     (paroled at Vicksburg)

Co. Unknown
COX, Capt. George      (paroled in hospital at Vicksburg)


27th Miss. Infantry

Co. C
GILLIAM, James P.   (Hwy. 30 West Cem. Union Co., MS)
HALE, Charles M.H. (bur. Bethel Cem. Union Co.)
KING, Bvt. 2 Lt. John R.   (1829-1911 bur. Pisgah Cem. Union Co.)

Co. D
DIXON, Ezechial     (bur. Cliburn Cem. Lawrence Co. MS)
FRENCH, William F.

Co. G
MCCARDLE, Thomas     (1836-1886 bur. Janice Community Cem. Perry Co. MS)
STEVENS, 3rd Sgt. William   (bur. Brown Cem. Perry Co. MS)

Co. G
SIMMONS, Isaiah     (1833-1862 bur. Allentown Cem. Semmes, Mobile Co. AL)



28th Miss. Regt.

Co H
BRIANS, A. M.


28th Miss. Cavalry

Co K
SMITH, L.P.     (bur. Lottville Cem., Madison Co., MS)



29th Miss. Infantry

Co A
SMITH, Rev. E.A.     (residence Brewton, Escambia Co., AL)

Co B
WILLIAMS, W.A.J.       (8/11/1820-1910 bur. Oak Hill Cem. Lampasas Co. TX)

Co E
YOUNG, George C.     (bur. Enid Oakhill Cem. Enid MS)

Co I
REYNOLDS, Cpl. John W.     (born about 1841 MS, died Cass Co. TX 1929)



30th Miss. Infantry

Co I
HUFFSTICKLER, Charles G.       (1841-1923 bur.  Liberty Cem. Union Co.)

Co K
HENSON, Houston     (Henson Cem Tallahatchie Co. MS)



31st Miss. Infantry

Colonel J.A. Orr    (commanding)

Co A
MIEARS, Samuel Benjamin   (Enlisted 2/28/1862 at Redlands,  MS. , killed in action at Franklin, TN. Nov. 30, 1864)
PANNELL, Elias M.       (Mt. Gilead Cem. Union Co.)

Co E
NEWMAM. Ranson L.    (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co. MS CSA Memorial Section)

Co F
BISHOP, George W.    (1841-1903 bur. Wells Chapel Cem., Union Co.)
MCNUTT, Samuel D.   (1839-1909 bur. Jones Cem. Union Co.)
MCNUTT, William Pleasant   (1833-1901 bur. Camp Creek Cem. Union Co.)

Co G
FORTUNE, Romolus C.    (1828-1904 bur. Pleasant Hill Cem. Union Co.)

Co H
BERRY, Cpl. Martin B.    (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co. MS CSA Memorial Section)
CALDWELL, H.        (1823-1907 bur. Hopewell Cem. Union Co.)
DRIVER, J.M.          (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co. MS CSA Memorial Section)
EARNEST, M.R.
FIFE, George W.
HAMILTON, James Russell
HENLEY, William N.    (died near Canton, bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co. MS CSA Memorial Section)
MCKEE, J.W.           (d. near Canton, bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co. MS CSA Memorial Section)
MOBLEY, W.B.        (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co. MS CSA Memorial Section)
NARON, Capt. George

Co K
CALDWELL, John B.    (1816-1988  bur. Hopewell Cem. Union Co.)
CALDWELL, Richard P. C.   (1826-1913 bur.  New Harmony Cem. Union Co.)
COBB, Hilery C.     (1824-1894 bur. New Harmony Cem. Union Co.)
COLEY, James M.     (1831-1895 bur. Mt Gilead Union Co.)
DARLING, M.        (1837-1921 bur. Fairfield Cem. Union Co.)
DUNLAP, George M.    (1823-1903 bur. Dunlap Cem. Union Co.)
JONES, Robert            (1831-1868 bur. Mt Gilead Cem. Union Co.)
KENNEDY, J.R.     (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co. MS CSA Memorial Section)
MALONE, George Washington   (1843-1920 bur. Union Co.?)
MCCRAW, Lawson N.    (1831-1882 bur. McCraw Family Cem. Union Co.)
MCCRAW, S. G.        (1833-1924 bur. Fairfield Cem. Union Co.)
WORTHY, W. E.        (1839-1904 bur. Old Zion Hill Cem. Union Co.)


32nd Miss. Infantry

The 32nd Mississippi Infantry Regiment has been expanded with data from several sources and made into its own page.




33rd Miss. Infantry

Co. A
WADDLE, R.      (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co. MS CSA Memorial Section)

Co. C
ALLEN, Jesse R.     (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co. MS CSA Memorial Section)
THORNHILL, 1st Sgt. John Jones  (12/19/1838-2/11/1916 bur. Henleyfield First Baptist Pearl River Co. MS)



34th Miss. Infantry (See Muster Roll of the 34th for a more complete listing) The Tippah companies were A, B, G, H and K. There were three companies from Marshall, one from Yalobusha and one from Pontotoc.  This regiment was initially known as the 37th and fought at Corinth and Perryville under that name.  Other battles it fought in were: Murfreesboro, TN, Chickamauga, GA, Chattanooga, TN, Atlanta, GA, Franklin, TN, Nashville, TN.

Report of the Adjutant to Gov. John Pettus of the Mississippi units in Confederate service dated 1 Nov. 1863:
Thirty-fourth Regiment: Colonel, Samuel Benton; lieutenant-colonel, Daniel B. Wright; major (not reported). Tippah Farmers, Captain Granville A. Woods; Bowen Company, Captain H. J. Bowen; Goodman Guards, Captain T. A. Falconer; Dixie Guards, Captain Daniel B. Wright; Cold Water Rebels, Captain H. T. Walton; Tippah Rangers, Captain John Y. Murry; Tippah Rebels, Captain A. C. Rucker; Mississippi Avengers, Captain M. F. Wilkins; Smith Rifles, Captain E. W. Smith; Sons of Liberty, Captain J. B. Huddleston. Whole number, including field officers, 779 men.

Officers
BENTON, Brig. Gen. Samuel   (Promoted to Brig. Gen. 26 Jul. 1864, killed near Atlanta 28 July 1864.  Benton Co. named for him)
WRIGHT, Col. Daniel B.   (Disabled at Perryville)
PEGRAM, Maj. William G.
DANCEY, Sgt. Maj. Clifton  (Later Lt. Col. of combined 24th, 34th and 27th Miss.)
MILLER, 1st Lt. Tom W.   (Adjutant - killed near Atlanta in 1864)

Co. A    Tippah Rangers (organized 25 Feb 1862)
BRADSHAW, Isaiah
CHILDERS, David Richard
JOHNSON, Louis
KIDD, Entermins
KIDD, W.
LUNA, L. L.
MCMILLEN, Joseph J.
MORROW, 2nd Lt. John D.
MURRY, Capt. Dr. John Young  (Assistant Surgeon)
NORTON, 3rd Lt. J. W.
PEGRAM, Maj. W. G.
PERRY, H. C.
PRICE, P. G.
QUEEN, G. D.
QUINN, George W.   (Died in an Ohio prison)
REED, Michael
RUTHERFORD, Capt. James M.
RUTHERFORD, Lt. James J.
RUTHERFORD, Robert W.
WRIGHT, 3rd Lt. G. W.
WRIGHT, William Calhoun

Co. B    Tippah Rebels (organized 26 Feb 1862 at Ripley)
CHEEK, William
CHILDERS, James Edgar
CHILDERS, Stephen Harrison
CHRISTIAN, Robert N.
CROUCH, N. Cornellus
DELANY, 1st Lt. Robert E.
EMBRY, 2nd Lt. D. M.
EMBRY, David W.   (Wounded at Franklin and a prisoner of war)
EMBRY, Willis Lavanaugh   (Captured at Perryville)
GRAVES, James Edgar
HAYNES, C. G.
HILL, Thomas J.    (Killed, buried at Lookout Mt.)
HOLIDAY, 1st Lt. John Wesley Penison
HUNT, Sgt. Maj. Thomas Alex.
JACKSON, Sgt. Asa C.
JEFFERIES, Capt. James Barnett
KINNEY, J. A.   (James?)
LEWELLEN, George W.
MANNING, 3rd Lt. H.
MOODY, Franklin
MOORE, 2nd Lt. B. H.
PEARCE, Rev. Joseph
REED, Cpl. Washington
PHYFER, Sgt. Munford S.
ROGAN, 1st. Lt. Lafayette
ROGAN, L. H.
ROGERS, Leander Sylvester
RUCKER, Capt. Abbott C.  (Disabled at Perryville, Ky.  8 Oct 1862)
RUTLEDGE, John
SPIGHT, Capt. Thomas  (promoted May 1863)
SPIGHT, Simon H.
STREET, James Joseph
STITT, 1st Lt. J. N.
STUBBS, Capt. Henry A.    (Quartermaster)

Co. C   Smith Rifles of Lafayette Co.  (organized 3 Mar 1862)
HUDDLESTON, Capt. J. B.
SMITH, Capt E. W.

Co. D   Mississippi Avengers/Wynne Reliefs of Marshall Co.
BOND, J. K. P.     (received the Southern Cross of Honor)
JONES, 2nd Lt. Henry E.
JONES, Richard Sugars          (b. Union Co.)
McCANLEY, F. M.     (received the Southern Cross of Honor)
WILKINS, Capt. M. F.

Co. E   Coldwater Rebels of Marshall Co.
LUNA, L. L.
WALTON, Capt. Agustus T.

Co. F   Goodman Guards of Marshall Co. (organized 17 Feb 1862 in Marshall Co.)
BLYTHE, Thomas Jefferson
FALCONER, Maj. T. A.    (resigned 28 Feb. 1863)
GRAY, L. L.     (received the Southern Cross of Honor)
Co. G    Sons of Liberty (organized 17 Mar. 1862 in Tippah Co.)
ALLISON, Sgt. David A.    (Killed at Lookout Mt.)
BELOTE, William Smith    (Killed at Lookout Mt.)
BROWN, J. M.
BUTLER, Rev. Benj. C.
CHILDERS,  2nd Lt. James A.
CHILDERS, J. Willis
CROUCH, N. Cornelius
HICKS, Caleb Ceiles
HILL, Robert King
HUBBARD, Capt. T. S.
HUDDLESTON, Capt. J. B.
JAMES, Newberry
KIDD, Andrew Jackson
KIDD, George W.
KIDD, James H.     (Died in a northern POW camp)
LASSITER, 2nd Lt. F. A.
MCCLAIN, Sgt. Lewis
MCCOY, 1st Lt. John F.
PEELER, Jesse
PEELER, William L.
ROBERSON, Frank
SAMPLES, L. P.
SMITH, Levi    (Killed 15 May 1864 in Resaca, Ga.)
STREET, George M. D.
STREET, Joseph J.
STREET,  John Wallow
THORNTON, Christoper C.
WHITE, Uzzy

Co. H    Tippah Farmers   (Organized 18 Mar 1862)
BARNES, Sgt. Charles T.
BARTLETT, Sgt. James K.
CHISM, 1st Lt. James M.
DANCY, H. S.     (Received the Southern Cross of Honor)
FERRELL, Zophar C.    (Received the Southern Cross of Honor)
GARNER, John
GARRISON, Charles David
GARRISON, Phillip Wilson   (Mortally wounded at Perryville, KY)
HILL, Samuel Richard  (Killed at Shiloh)
HODGES, John W.     (Musician)
MCBRYDE, James Oliver  (Received the Southern Cross of Honor)
NABORS, Sgt. Wm. M.  (Rev.)
NANCE, Corp. John M.
PALMER, 2nd Lt. John D.
THOMPSON, Drewry
 WOODS, Capt. Granville A.

Co. I    Bowen Rebels, Marshall Co.
BOWEN, Capt. Henry J.    (Killed at Resaca, Ga. 16 May 1864, buried Resaca Cemetery)
McKie, G. W.     (received the Southern Cross of Honor)
STRICKLAND, Maston Louis     (Enlisted 22 Mar 1862 Tiro, MS, captured 30 Nov 1864 Franklin, TN)

Co. K    Dixie Guards   (Organized Mar. 1862 at Salem, Tippah Co.)
ALBERSON, Charles    (died Harrodsburg, KY 8 Oct 1862)
AUTRY, George Monroe     See his war record as given by himself.
BAUGHMAN, John B.
BAUGHMAN, Wesley P.    (Wounded at Perryville)
BECK, Joshua E.
COX, Matthew Jesse
COX, Robert Washington
COX, William Harrison
DAVIS, Elisha D.
DAVIS, John Samuel
ELLIOTT, Calvin D.
FERRELL. Zophar C.     (Received the Southern Cross of Honor, may have been in Co. H)
FLOYD, George W.
HAMER, Joseph Louis
HICKS, John Ellis   (Died of diarrhea in Rome, GA. 25 Apr. 1863)
HICKS, Newton Caleb   (Killed 28 June 1862)
HUMES, John James
JOBE, Francis Marion   (Died in Rock Island Federal prison 3 Sept 1864)
JOBE, Henry Crockett  (Died 1862)
LEAKE, Frank, Jr.    (Dangerously wounded at Perryville)
MORTON, Rev. Jacob David
NORRIS, Cpl. John Zara
OWEN, 2nd Lt. Robert L.
POFF, Samuel P.
SHARP, 3rd Lt. Robert J.
TIDWELL, Robert
WARD, G. W. (Died 30 Apr 1865 bur. Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, VA)


35th Miss. Infantry

Co. A
MOSELY, J/I. G.     (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS CSA Memorial Section)

Co. E
BRASSFIELD, Levi     (1841-1916 bur. Fairfield Cem. Union Co.)
CHANCELLOR, Cpl. Daniel Jackson  (10/4/1837-10/31/1913 bur. Chancellor Union Cem. Freestone Co. TX)

DIFFEY, E.W.     (bur. Faucette Cem., Madison Co., MS)


37th Miss. Infantry

Co. C
BRYSON, J.S.     (possibly died 4/26/1862 bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co. MS Confederate Section)

Co. F
RIGDON, J.J.   (residence Mortimer, Escambia Co. AL)



38th Miss. Infantry

Co. C
BURKS, Joseph     (3/28/1839-2/18/1934 bur. Henleyfield First Baptist  Cem. Pearl River Co. MS)



38th Miss. Cavalry

Co. B
HARRISON, Irby    (bur. Rocky Springs Methodist  Cem. Claiborne Co. MS)

Co. E
CLIBURN, Francis M.    (bur. Cliburn Cem. Lawrence Co. MS)



39th Miss. Infantry

Co. A
FORTENBERRY, Irvin W.   (bur. Newsom/Bush Cem. Lawrence Co. MS)
SUTTON, M.L.     (1842- 1932 bur. Crooked Creek Baptist Cem. Lawrence Co. MS)
 

Co. B
JACKSON, J.C.     (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co. MS Confederate Section)

Co. C
WATES, Hardy     (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co. MS Confederate Section)

Co. F
SMITH, 2nd Lt. James A.   (bur. Springhill Cem. Pearl River Co. MS)



40th Miss. Infantry

Co. B
STRIBLING, William B.  (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS CSA Memorial Section)

Co. C
CRAPPS, Shepard R.  (bur. Rocky Hill Methodist Cem., Madison Co., MS)

Co. G
ADCOCK, Samuel H.   (bur. Jessamine Cem., Madison Co., MS)

Co. H
MCKAY, Jesse E.   (bur. Old Hebron Cem., Madison Co., MS)

Co. K
PATTERSON, John David    (6/19/1845-5/30/1918 bur. Oak Hill Cem. Fannin Co. TX)

Co. Unknown
BRYANT, W. M.   (1846-1925 believed buried in Union Co.)
BULLARD, Wiley J.   ( bur. Pine Pole Cemetery, Union Co.)
HARRIS, Capt. R. A.

41st Miss. Infantry

Co. B
BULLOCK, Wiley Gray    (1841-1862, buried in Union Co.)
CRUMPTON, Sam     (1833-1904 bur. Wallerville Cem. Union Co.)
CULLENS, 1st Lt. Dr Frederick W.  (1836-1915 bur. Wallerville Cem. Union Co.)
DODDS, Isaac N.     (1843-1924 bur. New Oak Grove Cem. Union Co.)
KELLY, John M.     (1838-1915 bur. Ellistown Cem Union Co.)
NISBET, 2nd Lt. Joel P.   (1842-1863 bur. Wilkins Cem. Union Co.)
PILCHER, J. D.     (1838-1901 bur. Bethel Comm. Cem Union Co.)
SMITH, Jefferson Franklin   (1837-1916 buried Union Co.?)

Co. C
BROWN, R.T.          (bur. Oak Hill Cem. Lampasas Co. TX)

Co. D
SPEAKE, Ben     (bur. Speak Family Cem., Madison Co., MS)

Co. E
RAGAN, Sgt. Samuel B.

Co. F
GARRISON, Alexander M.       (1842-1908 bur. Ellistown Cem. Union Co.)
SANDERS, Thomas J.                (1834-1920 bur. Union Co.?)

Co. G
BLAIR, A. J.
CAPLES, Samual R.   (died Oct 30 1862 buried Bardstown, Ky.)
Dudley, William L.   (died Oct 20 1862 buried Bardstown, Ky.)

Co. H
DEAN, Jerry     (1834-1910 bur. Old Oak Grove Cem Union Co.)
GARRISON, James A. R.    (1837-1914 bur. Macedonia Cem. Union Co.)
HANCOCK, W. M.     (1842-1920 bur. Macedonia Cem. Union Co.)
IVEY, William Hamilton    (1834-1869 buried Amaziah Cem. Union Co.)
MCDANIEL, Archie     (buried Macedonia Cem. Union Co.)
MITCHELL, James H.     (1845-1927 bur. Macedonia Cem Union Co.)
RUFF, T. L.        (1839-1915 bur. Union Co.?)
MCDANIEL, Archie     (bur. Macedonia Cem. Union Co.)
STROUD, William D.    (1838-1887 bur. Union Co.?)

Co. I

DUNSON, William Lewis    (Born 24 Oct. 1833, from Ripley, enlisted 25 Mar. 1862 at Okolona, MS, captured Missionary Ridge 25 Nov. 1863, sent to Rock Island Prison for the rest of the war)


42nd Miss.
BERRY, John    (Physician 1838 - 1902, b. Old Chapel Hill Cem. on the campus of the UNC)

Co. A
Lott, Jesse C.     (buried Bethel Methodist Cem., Carroll Co., Miss.)

Co. D
FARROW, Jim M.     (1834-1918 bur. Macedonia Cem. Union Co.)
McFADDEN, Thomas B.

Co. E
BLACKWELL, Henry Barlow  (wounded at Gettysburg)
BLACKWELL, Joshua B. (wounded at Gettysburg)
FEAGIN(FAGAN), William Noah

Co. F
BURTON, Sgt. John   (buried Philadelphia National Cemetery)
HANKS, G. W.     (bur. Sneed, OK.)

Co. G
MCKEE, Levi T.     (d. 8/13/1863 bur. Mt. Olivet Cem. Frederick Co. Md grave #213)

Co. H
HARGETT, William     (bur. Lynchburg, VA.)

Co. I
ROBERTS, Corp. W. P.   (buried Philadelphia National Cemetery)
SOUTH, Levi N. (or A.)    (wounded and captured 3 July 1863 at Gettysburg, died Sept. 6 in prison at Ft. Del., Del.)
SOUTH, Benjamin W.    (paroled at Memphis, TN May 17-18, 1865)

Co. K
HOUSTON, Sgt. Robert K. (buried Roberts Cemetery, Itawamba Co.)

Unknown Company


43rd Miss.

Co. B
TUNNELL, Thomas Lloyd     (Captured at Vicksburg and paroled, buried in Pine Grove Cemetery, near Steens, MS)

Co. E
WILKINS, Samuel Knox            (1832 - 1921  Wilkins Cem. Union Co.)

Co. F
BURGESS, A. E.     (1833-1908 bur. Ellistown Cem., Union Co.)

Co. G
STEELE, William M.     (bur. Tilden Cem., Itawamba Co., MS)

Co. H
BRITT, J. N.
FIFE, James C.

Co. K
DERRING, John       ( died 12/13/1864 buried Elimira NY prison)
PHILLIPS, Jeremiah    (died 3/1/1865 buried Elimira NY prison)

SELLERS, Elisha      
(bur. Bethel Cem.-Holcomb, Grenada Co. MS)

Co. L
THOMPSON, Oliver W.     (1830-1890 bur. New Harmony Cem. Union Co.)



44th Miss. Infantry

Co. D
CRAFT, James M.

Co. G
EUBANKS, James H.     (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS CSA Memorial Section)

Co. K
COBB, Lt. William L.   (b. ca. 1829-ca. 1869 Amite Co. MS)
ROBERTS, Henry J.    (bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS CSA Memorial Section)



45th Miss. Infantry - became 3rd Bn. Miss. Infantry

HARDCASTLE, Col. A. B.

Co. F
COLLINS, William     (buried Selph-Collins Family Cemetery, Benton Co.)

Co. G
CORDER, Eleazer B.    (Enlisted 10 May 1862 in Ellistown, MS.  Died 1 Feb. 1863 at Camp Douglas, IL and is buried in Oak Woods Cemetery)
PANNELL, Simeon      (1840-1924 bur. Oak View Baptist Cem. Union Co. MS)
PANNELL, William P.   (4/8/1816-4/10/1894 bur. Stone Cem. Union Co. MS)
 

Co. Unknown
CARLISLE, James F.    (1842-1910 bur. Ingomar Cem. Union Co.)



46th Miss.

Co. D
GATES, John M.     (possibly died 19 June 1863, bur. Canton Cem., Madison Co., MS CSA Memorial Section)

Co. G
BOYD, Wm. Allen
BOYKIN, Thomas     (1840-12/10/1894 bur. Vickland Cem., Sharkey Co., MS)
WINDHAM, John S.    (1/12/1847-11/24/1919  bur. Antioch Methodist Cem. Jones Co. MS)


48th Miss.

Co. D
MULLEN, Andrew J.

Co. K
DULANEY, John     (bur. Mt. Pleasant Baptist Cem. Itawamba Co. MS)


63rd Regt. Cavalry

Co. G
HAMER, Joseph Louis


Haines Regt. Cavalry

Pvt. Carpenter's Co.
FEAGIN, Archibald        (born 1823 Tn., died 6 Mar. 1864 Alton prison, buried CSA Cem., Alton, Ill.)


Served, unit not known or regiments not listed elsewhere

These names were taken from obituaries from Tippah County newspapers.  Mention was made for their service in the C.S.A. without reference to their unit.  Some may not have been from Tippah County.

ADAMS, John F.
ADAMS, Lorenzo Dow    (Co. B, Davenport's Battalion, Miss. State Troops - home guards)
ANDERSON, Isaac     (Died at Shiloh)
ANDERSON, William    (Died at Shiloh, may have been the W. J. Anderson in Co. D 23rd Miss.)
BAKER, George W.
BALDWIN, W. P.
BENSON, J. H.
BROUGHER, Jacob   (Killed at Murfreesboro 31 Dec. 1862)
BROWN, Capt. W. H.
BUTLER, L. C.
BYNUM, L. M.
CHILDERS, Henry L.
CHILDS, H. T.
CHILDS, Kye
CLARK, M. Lafayette
CLEMMER, J. S.
COLE, David
COLE, Maj. William Douglass
COOMBS, John Thomas
COUNSELL, Isaac
CUTBIRTH, Lum
DAVIS, Green     (Served in Co. F, 3C(?) State Troops, Miss.Cavalry)
DAVIS, Washg
DUNCAN, L. J.     (Killed)
ELLZEY, Dr. E. S.
EMBRY, Dr. James Howard    (9/30/1825-3/16/1891 bur. Embrey Cem.)
FIELDS, W. H.
FORD, John Pinkney
FOSTER, Henry
FOSTER, Lafayette    (Served in Army of the Tennessee)
FRYER, John     (Killed at Ringo, GA)
GAY, John Wiley           (Co. I 9th Miss. Infantry)
GOOLSBY, John M.     (Co. C)
GOUDY, J. F.
GRANT, Capt. Ben L.
GRESHAM, Robert
GRISHAM, E.
HALEY, H. D.
HARRIS, Capt. C. Lee
HEAD, Jacob H.     (May have served from TN)
HENRY, T. A.
HOLT, Thomas F.
HOPKINS, Jack
HOPKINS, Joseph N.   ("Jasper", died at Gettysburg)
HOVIS, J. W.
JEANES, Thomas      (Co. E, Miss. Inf.)
JOBE, Robert Willis
JOHNSON, J. H.
JONES, John L.     (Pvt. Miss. Co. F, Cav.)
KELLY, Abe
KENDRICK, Isaac G.    (1824 - 1888, buried Ripley Cemetery)
LEATH, John
LENCE, Jefferson
LINVILLE, Richard M.
LINVILLE, Worley A.
LITTLETON, John
MALONE, William Battle
MANNING, Frank A.
MASK, Bogen
MATTHEWS, Thomas     (obit. Aug. 1906 says died in past year)
McALISTER, James C.
MEELY, Aleck S.
MILLER, John E.
MILLS, George W.
MILSTEAD, Zeal M.
MITCHELL, Reuben P.    (Died at Chattanooga)
MITCHELL, William G.
MONTGOMERY, M. N.
MOODY, Dr. W. M.
PARNELL, Dr. Joe B.
POTTS, Joel E.
POWELL, S. T.
PULLIAM, Vachael Wesley   (Forrest's Cav., probably Co. A 7th Miss. Cav.)
PURVIS, Augustine   (Died of smallpox at Corinth)
RAGAN, William Y.
RAINER, F. M.   (Benton's Miss. Regt. -- probably 34th Miss. Inf.)
RAINES, C. P.
RAY, James H.   (Served under Longstreet in Northern VA)
RICHARDSON, T. R.
RIDDLESPURGER, James K. P.
ROACH, T. J.
ROBERTS, John
ROGERS, Augustine Purvis  (Died of smallpox at Corinth)
ROGERS, J. R.
ROWLAND, Jeff D.
RUCKER, William Henry
SMITH, Henry J.
SMITH, James M.
SMITH, Madison W.   (Killed Paden, MS)
SMITH, Robert R.     (Forrest's Miss. Troops)
SPENCER, William R.
SPIGHT, Tucker
TIDWELL, Samuel
TILGHMAN, J. A.     (Killed at Franklin, TN)
TUDOR, T. W.
TURNER, Timothy
VANDERGRIST, Rev. A. C.
WALKER, T. Jeff
WALLACE, J. P.
WEBB, James M.
WELCH, J. T.
WHITE, Robert Luther Sr.
WHITEHEAD, Thomas
WILLIS, Capt. T. C.
WINGO, E. S.     (20 Nov. 1828 - 21 Oct. 1919 bur. Bridges Cemetery)
WORSHAM, Dr. L. W.



Residents who served from other states

ALDRIDGE, Alonzo                    Co. C 22nd Tenn. Inf.
BAKER, Wm. J.                           4th Bn Ala. Cav. and Roddey's 4th Bn., Ala. Cav.
BEATY, Wm. G.                           Co. C 14th (Neeley's) Tennessee Cavalry.
BEATY, William T.                       Wheeler's North Alabama Reg't.
BREWER, W.C.                           Co. F 9th Tenn. Inf. 1844-1918 bur. Wells Chapel Cem. Union Co.
BRYANT, A.                                 19th Ala. Inf. bur. Ellistown Cem., Union Co.
BOBO, Jason                                Served from Union Dist., S.C.
BONE, J.W.                                  56th Ga. Inf. bur. New Albany Cem., Union Co.
BRANNON, Corp. J. B.              Co. H 63rd Tenn
BURGESS, John A.                      13th Ala. Inf.  bur. Fairfield Cem., Union Co.
BUTLER, C. M.                           Co. C 7th Tenn. Cav.
CAMERON, Thomas                  40th Ala. Inf. 1842-1922 bur. New Albany Cem. Union Co.
CATES, F. A.                                2nd Ark. Cav.
CAVINESS, F. M.                        Co. C 22nd Tenn. Inf.
CAWTHON, Frances M.             Co. H 55th Tenn. Inf. 1840-1938 bur. Glenfield Cem. Union Co.
CHAPMAN, Dr. C(hesley) A.       7th TN Inf. 1827-1901 bur. Pleasant Hill Cem. Union Co.
CHAPMAN, H.T.                         Co. D 15th Tenn. Cav.
COVEY, W. S.                               Co. I 38th Tenn. Inf.
COX, Samuel Whitman                 Co. D. 20th Reg. Tx. Inf.
DAVIS, A. B.                                 Served from AL
DELLINGER, Michael                Co. H 4th N. C. Inf.
FITZPATRICK, N.                       16th Ga. Inf., 1838-1918 bur. New Albany Cem. Union Co.
FOLEY, William Frances              2nd Co., Washington, La. Artillery
FORTNER, Levoy                        48th Ala. Inf, 1840-1914 bur. New Harmony Cem. Union Co.
FRAZIER, E. T.                            Co. D 30th N. C. Regt. (9/3/1843 - 8/15/1915 bur. Harmony Cem.)
GOULDLOCK, Leander A.         5th SC Inf 1839-1903 bur. Mt Olivet Cem. Union Co.
GRAY, S. M.                                 Co. A 14th Tenn. Cav.
GRIFFIN, N.                                 38th GA Inf 1842-1928 bur. Mt. Olivet Cem. Union Co.
GUNN, A. W.                                Co. I 23rd N. C. Inf.
GUNN, James H.                          Co. D 9th N. C. Inf.
GUNN, James H.                          Co. L 8th N. C.
HANKS, Gabriel M.                     Co. C 42nd Ala. Inf. bur. Ebenezer Cem. Union Co.
HARRIS, William Talbert            Co. K 4th AL Inf 1838-1901 bur. Amaziah Cem. Union Co.
HICKS, James Haywood              19th Texas Cavalry,  Parson's Brigade
HICKS, Richard Vandine             19th Texas Cavalry
HUDDLESTON, 1st Lt. William Tanner  Co. A 15th Ark. Inf. 7/10/1838-9/ 29/1903 bur. Antioch Cem.
JONES, Atlas                                10th AL Cav 1847-1903  Jones Memoria Union Co
JONES, Erasmus A.                     10th AL Cav 1845-1921  Jones Memoria Union Co.
JONES, T. E.                                Co. I 7th Tenn. Cav.
JORDAN, L. T.                             9th AR Inf 1838-1904 bur. Old Oak Grove Cem. Union Co.
KERR, J. D.                                  22nd LA Inf 1847-1921 bur. Beulah Cem. Union Co.
LANDERS, S. T.                           2nd AL Inf 1844-1916 bur. Mt. Gilead Cem. Union Co.
LANDERS, W. T.                         2nd AL Inf 1841-1907 bur. Mt. Gilead Cem. Union Co.
LABARREARE, W. M.               Co. F 9th Alabama.
LOVELESS, William C.               7th GA Inf 1840-1916 bur. Ellistown Cem. Union Co.
LYONS, Thomas                           4th AL Inf 1832-1919 bur. Ingomar Cem. Union Co.
MADDOX, Sgt. Joseph B.           Co. B 4th Tenn. Mt. Inf.   (though he has a confederate marker on his grave, this was a union outfit)
MARTIN, E. W.                           2nd GA Inf 1825-1902 bur. Pleasant Hill Cem. Union Co.
MASON, Henry M.                      Co. B 20th Ala. Regt.
MAUNEY, M. Cameron               N.C.  3/6/1843 - 5/12/1935, buried New Bethel Cem.
MCALISTER, Benjamin F.          21st S. C. Cavalry (Obit.  08/04/1921 says died recently, buried in family cem.)
MCALISTER, Nathan Thomas   Served from Ark.    (Died of phneumonia)
MCCARTER, Charles A.           Served in Co. H 13th Ga. Cav. Regt.
MCCULLEY, G. H.                      9th TN Cav 1843-1917 bur. Gerizim Cem. Union Co.
MILLER, G. H.                            Co. G 4th Tenn. Inf.
MITCHELL, W. W.                     Served from AL
MORELAND, James                   58th AL Inf 1831-1920 bur. Fairfield Cem. Union Co.
MORRIS, J. S.                             7th GA Inf 1836-1916 bur. New Albany Cem. Union Co.
MOTES, K. C.                              Co. I 25th AL Inf 1829-1920 bur. Baker Cem. Union Co.
MURPHY, J. M.                           1st Ark. Inf.
NANCE, Augustus P.                    Co. E 23rd Ark. & Mo. Reg't.
NORRIS, J. L.                               63rd AL Inf 1838-1924 bur. New Albany Cem. Union Co.
PARK, John M.                             Co. E 15th TN Cav.
PASEUR, Jacob Miles                  Co. C 2nd North Carolina Jr. Res                   
PORTER, Capt. Oliver Aliston    Co. C 22nd Tenn. Inf. (Aug. 4, 1843 - Sep. 26, 1936
bur. New Salem Cemetery)
POWELL, James Willard             Co. B 15th S. C. Inf.
POWELL, 1st Lt. Thomas Jefferson  Co. B 15th S. C. Inf.
POWELL, Sanford Turner            Co. A 4th S. C. Inf.         (enlisted 1 Nov. 1863)
PRINCE, J. H.                               2nd AL Inf 1838-1910 bur. Mt. Gilead Cem. Union Co.
REYNOLDS, Thomas                   1st GA Cav 1830-1909 bur. Glenfield Cem. Union Co.
RHODES, John F.                         18th SC Inf 1839-1912 bur. Glenfield Cem Union Co.
ROBERTSON, David C.               31st AL Inf 1835-1914 bur. Union Co.?
ROBERTSON, Lt. Col. Charles S.  1st TN Conf Cav 1830-1916 bur. Ayers Family Cem. Union Co.
SETTLEMIRES, Jacob Godfrey   Co. G 1st Reg. Ala. Cav.   (Died at Corinth)
SHINNALL, Samuel Berry           Co. A 23rd Ga. Inf.
SMITH, Joseph                              22nd SC Inf 1845-1903 bur. Gerizim Cem. Union Co.
SMITH, S. D.                                 10th Ark. Regt.
SNELL, James Pringle                   Co. B 20th Regt. N.C. State Troups (captured Gettysburg 7/1/63 released 6/8/65 Ft. Delaware)
STEWART, Cpl. David Thomas   Corporal Co. "E" 24th AR Infantry (died returning from war)
STREET, Maj. Solomon G.           2nd Miss. Inf., 2nd Miss. Cav. and later 15th TN Cav. under Gen. N. B. Forrest
TERRY, James J.                                  Co. I 16th AL Inf 10/14/1819-10/18/1926 bur. Old Zion Hill Cem. Union Co.
THOMASSON, J. C.                     1st AL Inf 1819-1926 bur. Fairfield Cem. Union Co.
THRASHER, John T.                    Co. G 44th Ala. Inf.
TIMMONS, William Robert Monroe  Co. G 31st Tenn. Inf.
WHITEHORN, John W.               Co. B 4th Tenn. Mounted Inf.    (though he has a confederate marker on his grave, this was a union outfit)
WILHOIT, N. J.                            5th Ala. Cav.
WILSON, Alexander B. "Bart"   22nd Tenn. and Co. H 12th Tenn. Inf. (Con.)
WILSON, Col. Andrew N.             21st Tn Cav (Wilson's) bur. Ellistown Cem. Union Co.
WILSON, James M.                     22nd Tenn.
WRIGHT, David L.                       7th Ky. Cav.
 
 


 
 


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