10th Mississippi Infantry

New Company A, Horn Lake Volunteers



New Company A, 10th Mississippi Infantry was originally called Company E, 9th Mississippi Infantry. Both the 9th and 10th Regiments were originally enlisted for 12 months. At the expiration of that time the regiments were reorganized and most companies received new designations about March 1862. Unfortunately, the Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System of the National Park Service does not distinguish between Old Company A and New Company A in the listing of members.

The regiment reached Corinth March 10, 1862 where the regiment was reorganized. It was assigned, March 9th, to the brigade of Gen. J. R. Chalmers (of Hernando), which was known as the "High Pressure Brigade," and was composed of the Seventh and Ninth and Tenth Regiments, Baskerville's cavalry and the Vaiden battery. The Fifth Regiment was added before the battle of Shiloh. Chalmer's brigade was in Withers' Division of Bragg's Corps.

The Tenth moved April 1st to Monterey, Tennessee, whence they advanced on April 4th and 5th toward Grant's army at Shiloh or Pittsburg Landing. The Tenth led the brigade, and when the battle began on April 6th, after the exchange of a few volleys, the Tenth dashed up the hill in front and drove back the Eighteenth Wisconsin Regiment, of Prentiss' Division. Supported by the Ninth and Seventh, the three Mississippi regiments pushed back the whole Federal line in their front through the camps and a half mile beyond. That day the regiment was in six encounters with the Federal forces, finally aiding in the capture of Prentiss' Division. The regiment fought with distinction also through the second day of the battle, retired with the brigade that afternoon, and next day, April 8th, marched back to Corinth.

Advancing again to Monterey, Tennessee on April 10th, the regiment had a skirmish at Mickey's Ridge. During the advance of the Federal army the regiment skirmished on the Farmington road April 20th and on the Purdy road April 26th and 30th, and May 1st to 29th served on the fortified line around Corinth, Mississippi.

The regiment camped at Clear Creek through the most of June, 1862. They moved to Ripley with Wirt Adams on July 4th, July 29th left Saltillo for Mobile, arrived at Chattanooga on August 6th, and left Tyner's Station on August 19th for Kentucky. They arrived at Cave City, Kentucky on September 12th, taking possession of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad. General Bragg wrote in his campaign report that while resting his jaded army at Glasgow, "I learned that the commander of my outpost brigade at Cave City had advanced upon and assailed the enemy's fortified position at Munfordville and after a gallant fight against largely superior numbers had been repulsed with considerable loss." This attack was made by General Chalmers with his brigade on September 14, 1862. The casualties of the regiment were the greatest of the brigade -- 13 killed and 95 wounded. On the 17th, after Wilder had surrendered to Bragg's entire army, the brigade was, as a mark of honor, ordered to occupy the works.

The brigade next advanced toward Louisville and was on the march in Kentucky through September, 1862. After the retreat from Kentucky they went to Murfreesboro, Tennessee where they were in battle on December 31, 1862 and January 1 & 2, 1863. The casualties of the Tenth were 8 killed, 70 wounded and 6 missing.

They fell back to Shelbyville and Tullahoma in January, 1863 and remained in that line until July, 1863, when they crossed the Tennessee River, marched over Lookout Mountain and went in camp near Chattanooga. The regiment was involved in the Battle of Chickamauga on September 20, 1863. They attacked Sheridan's Division after Deas' Alabamians had been checked at the second line, and made a brilliant and successful charge that put Sheridan to rout. Mentioned for gallant conduct during the fighting in Company A were Captain A. W. Fleming, Lieutenants W. A. Lundy, D. W. C. Smith, and J. G. McGowan, First Sergeant P. Bradley, Sergeants L. T. Glaze, J. O. Phillips and Dean, Corporals Collins and Jackson, and Privates Cooper, J. P. Walker, A. J. Bradford, J. L. McCarcle and D. Logan.

On November 25, 1863 the Tenth participated in the battle of Missionary Ridge where a number were captured, and then joined in the retreat of the army to Dalton, Georgia where they went into winter quarters.

By act approved February 13, 1864, the thanks of Congress were tendered the officers and men of the Tenth Mississippi Regiment for having patriotically and in a spirit of self-sacrificing devotion re-enlisted for the war. The Tenth next served in the Atlanta Campaign. The brigade under General Tucker was in line at the battle near Rocky Face Ridge early in May, and at Resaca May 14-15, where Tucker was wounded and succeeded by Colonel Sharp. They skirmished at Cassville on May 19th, fought in the battle of New Hope Church May 26-28, and participated in the fighting of Hood's Corps on the line of Kenesaw Mountain in June.

The regiment crossed the Chattahoochee on July 9th, were in the battle of Atlanta July 22nd, and were posted on the east side of Atlanta until just before the battle of July 28th when they advanced under Gen. S. D. Lee, on the Lickskillet road, west of the city. They approached the Federal line at such a place that they were under heavy fire for a quarter of a mile. Company A was on the skirmish line with Lieutenant Downing commanding the battalion of sharpshooters, who reported that the company charged in gallant style, driving the Federal skirmishers and losing 2 wounded. He particularly noticed the gallant conduct of Lieuts. James G. McGowan and Joseph J. Dean, of this company and their men.

On September 28th they recrossed the Chattahoochee, moving northward in General Hood's campaign on the Atlanta and Chattanooga Railroad. They next participated in the Battle of Franklin, Tennessee on November 30, 1864 and the Battle of Nashville on December 15 - 16, 1864.

The brigade to which the Ninth was assigned was furloughed until February 12, 1865. The organization of the army near Smithfield, N. C., March 31, 1865, shows the old Hindman Division under the command of Gen. D. H. Hill, Sharp commanding his brigade, Seventh and Ninth Regiments, consolidated under command of Lieut.-Col. B. F. Johns. On April 9, 1865, Sharp's Brigade -- the Seventh, Ninth, Tenth, Forty-first and Forty-fourth Regiments and Ninth Battalion - was consolidated as the Ninth Mississippi Regiment. The army was surrendered April 26, and paroled at Greensboro, N. C.

Below is a roster of men who served in Company A extracted from the Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System of the National Park Service. Because the same soldier was sometimes listed more than once due to variations in spelling his name, the total number given is inflated. The listing has not been changed because there is no way to determine where these spelling errors have occurred.


Last Name First Name Company Rank_In Rank_Out Enlistment Out Notes
Anderson Hiram T. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 par 20 May 1865 Shown present through 31 Aug 64. Paroled as prisoner 20 May 65 at Memphis, TN. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry. Also listed as H.S.
Baker W.T. A Private Private 1 Mar 1862 d 14 Sep 1862 Died 14 Sep 62 of disease at Lauderdale Springs, MS.
Bates Albert A Private Private 18 Feb 1864 c 17Dec 1864 Captured 17 Dec 64 at Franklin, TN. Wounded 30 Nov 64 at Franklin, TN. Oath of Allegiance and released 13 May 65. Also listed as Elbert.
Beckwith J. M. ... Private Private 18 Feb 1862 des May/Jun 1862 Deserted. Failed to report and struck from roll May/Jun 62.
Benton A. C. A Private Private 27 Mar 1862 s 2 Jul 1862 Left in Tupelo, MS sick 2 Jul 62 by order of brigade surgeon. No record after Mar/Apr 63.
Boone John T. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 c 25 Nov 1863 Captured 25 Nov 63 at Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga, TN. Exchanged 15 Feb 65. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Boone Joseph W. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 o 21 Oct 1864 Took Oath of Allegiance 21 Oct 64 at Chattanooga, TN. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry. Also listed as James W.
Bradford Andrew S. A Sergeant Sergeant 27 Mar 1861 s 6 Dec 1863 Sent to General Hospital 6 Dec 63. Admitted 5 Apr 65 to Yandell Hospital, Meridian, MS due to wound. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry. Also listed as Achielus S.
Bradford Franklin L. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 w 31 Aug 1864 Wounded at Jonesboro, GA 31 Aug/1 Sep 64. Left leg amputated at middle third. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Bradford James N. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 Unknown Shown present through 31 Aug 64. NFI. Wounded 6 or 7 Apr 62 at Shiloh, TN. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Bradford John C. A Private Private 30 Dec 1861 c 16 Dec 1864 Captured 16 Dec 64 at Nashville, TN. Died of disease 16 Feb 65 as POW. Transferred from Co. I, 44th MS Infantry, 10 Jul 63.
Bradford William Harrison A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 w 1864 Wounded 1 May - 31 Aug 64, exact date not given. Sent to hospital. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Bradley Peter A 1st Sgt. Private 27 Mar 1861 mw 22 Jun 1864 Mortally wounded 22 Jun 64 at Marietta, GA and died in hospital 25 Jun 64. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Burford Alexander J. A Private Corporal 1 Mar 1862 c 30 Nov 1864 Captured 30 Nov 64 at Franklin, TN. Promoted to corporal 19 Nov 63. Released from Camp Douglas, IL 18 Jun 65. Also listed as Binford and Bufford.
Bynum Britton S. A Private Private 27 Mar 1862 c 16 May 1864 Captured 16 May 64 near Resaca, GA. Released from Camp Morton, IN 18 May 65. Wounded in the leg 2 Jan 63 at Murfreesboro, TN.
Castleberry Wesley H. A Private Private 1 Mar 1862 d 13 May 1864 Died of disease 13 May 64. Captured 20 Sep 62 at Munfordville, KY and paroled. Also listed as W.B. and Castlebury.
Channel R. A Private Private 1 Mar 1862 des 18 Dec 1862 Deserted 18 Dec 62.
Collins John W. A Private Corporal 27 Mar 1861 k 20 Sep 1863 Killed in action 20 Sep 63 at Chickamauga, GA. Promoted for corporal 1 Dec 62. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Cooper Thomas C. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 c 30 Nov 1864 Captured 30 Nov 64 at Franklin, TN. Released from Camp Douglas, IL 18 Jun 65. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry. Also listed as Crooper.
Cooper William B. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 k 20 Sep 1863 Killed in action 20 Sep 63 at Chickamauga, GA. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Cowper T.R. A Private Private 27 Mar 1862 des 5 Oct 1862 Deserted 5 Oct 62.
Crumpler John W. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 Unknown Shown present through Feb 64. NFI. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry. Also listed as J.H.
Curle George A. A Private Private 27 Jul 1861 o 24 Nov 1864 Took Oath of Allegiance 24 Nov 64 at Chattanooga, TN. Joined company 1 May - 31 Aug 64 from being AW)L from Co. F, 22nd MS Infantry.
Dean Joseph J. A Private 2nd Lt. 27 Mar 1861 Unknown Shown present through 31 Aug 64. NFI. Promoted to corporal 1 Dec 62. Promoted to sergeant Jul 63. Promoted 2nd Lt May 64. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Dean Thomas J. A Private Private 1 Mar 1862 c 30 Nov 1864 Captured 30 Nov 64 at Franklin, TN. Released from Camp Douglas, IL 18 Jun 65. Discharged 25 Jan 63. Rejoined by Jan 64.
Dean William H. A Private Private 16 Feb 1864 c 30 Nov 1864 Captured 30 Nov 64 at Franklin, TN. Released from Camp Douglas, IL 18 Jun 65.
Deckerd Thomas R. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 k 31 Dec 1862 Killed in action 31 Dec 62 at Murfreesboro, TN. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Douglas John W. A Private Private 1 Mar 1862 s 13 May 1862 Sent to hospital sick 13 May 62 and never rejoined company. Reported died of typhoid fever, date unknown.
Downey Pratich (Patrick) R. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 det 22 Sep 1863 Detailed to report to Major Cummins 22 Sep 63 by order of General Bragg. Surrendered 4 May 65 at Citronelle, AL and paroled 20 Jun 65. Previously served in (old) Co. H, 9th MS Infantry, and (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Dye Stephen D. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 k 20 Sep 1863 Killed in action 20 Sep 63 at Chickamauga, GA. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Dye Thomas W. A Private Private 13 May 1862 dis 19 Jun 1862 Discharged due to disability 19 Jun 62.
Earl J. H. A Private Private Unknown c 4 May 1865 Surrendered 4 May 65 at Citronelle, AL and paroled 6 Jun 65.
Fleming Albert W. A 1st Lt. Captain 27 Mar 1861 w 14 May 1864 Wounded 14 May 64 at Resaca, GA. Promoted to captain 16 Sep 62. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Fleming William A Private Private 27 Mar 1862 o 21 Oct 1864 Took Oath of Allegiance 21 Oct 64 at Chattanooga, TN.
Flowers Bryant L. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 des 28 Dec 1862 Deserted 28 Dec 62. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Foote Barclay A Private Corporal 1 Mar 1862 des 24 Oct 1864 Deserted 24 Oct 64 and took Oath of Allegiance at Chattanooga, TN. Promoted to corporal 19 Nov 63. Also listed as Berkeley.
Forbess William F. A Corporal Private 27 Mar 1861 c 31 Aug 1864 Captured 31 Aug 64 near Jonesborough, GA. Released 19 May 65 after taking oath. Demoted to private 19 Nov 63. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Freeze A. A. A Private Private 1 Mar 1862 f 1 Feb 1864 Furloughed 1 Feb 64 for 30 days. NFI.
Gonzales Amotho A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 trans 26 Jun 1862 Transferred 26 Jun 62 to Co. A, 9th Battalion MS Sharp Shooters. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Greenhaw John L. A Private Private 1 Mar 1862 s 21 Jun 1864 Sent to General Hospital Jun 64. NFI. Also served in (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Harewell Charles A. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 w Jul 1864 Wounded Jul 64, most likely at Marietta, GA. Admitted to hospital 11 Jul 64 for gunshot wound to left muscle. Furloughed. Paroled at Memphis, TN 20 May 65. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry where he was listed as Howell. Also listed as Harwell.
Harewell Thomas J. A Private Private 1 Mar 1862 s 20 Aug 1864 Sent to General Hospital 20 Aug 64. Paroled at Memphis, TN 25 May 65. Captured 20 Sep 62 at Munfordville, KY and paroled. Also listed as Harwell.
Harewell William M. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 dis 12 May 1863 Discharged due to disability 12 May 63. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry where he was listed as Howell. Also listed as Harwell.
Hargis John W. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 s 20 Jul 1864 Sent to General Hospital 20 Jul 64. Absent wounded and sick in hospital 10 May 62. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Harring John A Corporal Corporal Unknown par 19 Jun 1865 Only record shows he was paroled 19 Jun 65. Also listed as Herringe.
Harwell Benjamin W. A Private Private 1 Mar 1862 par 1 May 1865 Paroled 1 May 65 at Greensboro, NC as member of Co. G, 9th MS Infantry. Also listed as Harewell.
Harwell John P. A Private Private 1 Mar 1862 c 26 Nov 1863 Captured 26 Nov 63 at Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga, TN. Detailed as division teamster 1 Dec 62. Also listed as Howell.
Hill Richard H. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 d 23 Nov 1863 Died of disease 23 Nov 63 at Lagrange, GA. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Hutchinson James H. A Private Private 1 Mar 1862 Unknown Present through 31 Aug 64. NFI. Wounded 6 or 7 April 62 at Shiloh, TN. Also listed as Hutchison.
Jackson M. D. L. A Private Sergeant 27 Mar 1861 k 22 Jun 1864 Killed in action 22 Jun 64 near Marietta, GA. Promoted sergeant 19 Nov 63. Transferred from (old) Co. G, 9th MS Infantry. Also listed as L. D.
Jackson R. W. A Private Private 3 May 1864 w 20 Aug 1864 Wounded 20 Aug 64 near Atlanta, GA. NFI.
Jackson T. W. A Private Private 1 Mar 1863 k 20 Sep 1863 Killed in action 20 Sep 63 at Chickamauga, GA.
Johnson Thomas W. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 c 30 Nov 1864 Captured 30 Nov 64 at Franklin, TN. Wounded, date unknown, and sent to hospital 10 May 62. Wounded 25 Nov 63 at Missionary Ridge. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Kerr James H. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 Unknown Present as Provost Guard 5 Jan 65 at Columbus, GA. NFI. Transferred from (old) Co. G, 9th MS Infantry.
Keneley Thomas A,E, F&S Musician Musician 27 Mar 1861 c 27 Nov 1863. Captured 27 Nov 63 at Graysville, GA. Released 16 May 65. Transferred from Co. B, 7th MS Infantry. Also listed as Kneely and Kennelly.
Knight C.S. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 trans 16 Jun 1862 Transferred 16 Jun 62 to Co. A, 9th Battalion MS Sharp Shooters. Transferred from (old) Co. H, 9th MS Infantry.
Logan J.E. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 d 18 May 1862 Died 18 May 62.
Logan Robert A. A Private Comm. Sgt. 27 Mar 1861 Unknown Present through 31 Aug 64. NFI. Appointed Commissary Sergeant and transferred to staff on 13 Jul 63. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Luce Elisha A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 c 30 Nov 1864 Captured 30 Nov 64 at Franklin, TN. Wounded in the left hand 31 Dec 62 at Murfreesboro, TN. Also listed as Elihu Leuis, Lewis, and Elisha Lewis.
Lundy William L. A 2nd Lt. Assistant Surgeon 27 Mar 1861 Unknown Present through 31 Aug 64. NFI. Promoted 1st Lt. 17 Sep 62. Assistant Surgeon 4 Feb 64. Transferred to engineer corps after 1 May 64. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Marsh Sim A Private Private NFI NFI Reference envelope only, which states to see also Simeon Marsh, 2nd KY Cavalry.
Mayfield Thomas C. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 Unknown Present through 31 Aug 64. NFI. Wounded April 6 or 7, 62 at Shiloh, TN. Detailed to Pioneer Corps, 20 Dec 63. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
McCorkle Joseph M. A Private Sergeant 27 Mar 1861 par 1 May 1865 Paroled 1 May 65 at Greensboro, NC as member of Co. G, 9th MS Infantry. Promoted to corporal 19 Nov 63. Promoted to sergeant 22 Jun 64. Transferred from (old) Co. G, 9th MS Infantry.
McGowen James G. A Sergeant 2nd Lt. 27 Mar 1861 Unknown Present through 31 Aug 64. NFI. Promoted 2nd Lt 18 Dec 62. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
McHale Martin A Private Private Unknown Unknown Reference envelope only, which states to see also 10th Tenn Infantry.
Mitchell I.N. A Private Private 27 Jul 1862 des 18 Oct 1862 Deserted 18 Oct 62. Served temporarily with Hill's Arkansas Cavalry.
Molforms J.E. A Private Private Unknown c 3 Apr 1865 Captured 3 Apr 65 at Richmond, VA in hospital. Took Oath 13 Jun 65. NFI.
Morgan W. S. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 dis 2 May 1863 Discharged 2 May 63 due to disability. Wounded 14 Sep 62 in the left shoulder at Munfordville, KY. Captured and exchanged.
Morrison M. A Private Private Unknown Unknown Reference envelope only, which states see also 10th Miss Cavalry. Also listed as Mitchell.
Mowry Peter B. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 d 23 Nov 1863 Died of disease 23 Nov 63 in hospital at Atlanta, GA. Transferred from (old) Co. F, 9th MS Infantry. Also listed as Moury and Mowery.
Neal LeRoy R. A Corporal Corporal 27 Mar 1861 c 30 Nov 1864 Captured 30 Nov 64 at Franklin, TN. Released 18 Jun 65 from Camp Douglas, IL. Transferred from (old) Co. G, 9th MS Infantry. Also listed as Levi and Nail.
Noel G. W. A Private Private Unknown Unknown Card listed with James G. Norvell states he is in Confederate Hospital No. 2, Murfreesboro, TN, 3 Apr 63. NFI.
Norvel James G. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 w 31 Dec 1862 Wounded 31 Dec 62 at Murfreesboro, TN ("leg shot off"). Captured 5 Jan 63 and paroled 9 Jan 63. Sent to Ft. McHenry, MD and paroled 30 Apr 63. Went to hospital in Petersburg, VA. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry. Also listed as Norval.
Osborn Richard S. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 des 14 Jun 1862 Deserted 14 Jun 62 at Tupelo, MS. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Owens A. J. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 des 12 Jan 1863 Deserted 12 Jan 63. Return for Jun 62 says "absent wounded and sick at Interior Hospital."
Ozier Azariah R. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 dis 25 Jul 1862 Discharged 25 Jul 62 due to wounds received at Shiloh, TN on 6 Apr 62. Transferred from (old) Co. I, 9th MS Infantry. Later served in Co. A, 18th MS Cavalry. Died 27 Aug 64 as POW at Ft. Delaware, DE.
Payne John T. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 des 24 Sep 1862 Deserted 24 Sep 62. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Perkins Nicholas W. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 d 1 May 1862 Died 1 May 62 at Corinth, MS. Previously served in Co. D, 44th MS Infantry.
Phillips J. L. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 k 20 Sep 1863 Killed in action 20 Sep 63 at Chickamauga, GA.
Phillips John O. A Private Sergeant 27 Mar 1861 k 20 Sep 1863 Killed in action 20 Sep 63 at Chickamauga, GA. Promoted to sergeant 1 Dec 62.
Pounders J. R. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 d 20 Nov 1862 Died of pneumonia 20 Nov 63 at Tullahoma, TN. Return for Jun 62 says "absent wounded and sick at Interior Hospital."
Scott C. C. A Private Private 7 Apr 1864 par 1 May 1865 Paroled 1 May 65 at Greensboro, NC.
Scott John W. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 w 25 Jul 1864 Wounded in the right arm 14 Sep 62 at Munfordville, KY. Wounded in the left side 25 Jul 64 near Atlanta, GA. Paroled 20 May 65 at Memphis, TN. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Smith DeWill C. A 2nd Lt. 1st Lt. 27 Mar 1861 k 22 Jun 1864 Missing, supposed killed, 22 Jun 64 at Marietta, GA. Wounded in the leg 2 Jan 63 at Murfreesboro, TN. Promoted 2d Lt 1 Mar 62. Promoted 1st Lt 20 Feb 64. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry where he was listed as DeWitt C. Smith.
Sowell Marion C. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 fur 6 Feb 1864 Furloughed 6 Feb 64. NFI. Transferred from (old) Co. G, 9th MS Infantry.
Stewart Charles H. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 dpd 31 Oct 63 Dropped from rolls as deserter 31 Oct 63. Wounded in the thigh 14 Sep 62 at Munfordville, KY. Captured and exchanged. Also listed as Steward. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Stewart William E. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 w Sep 1864 Wounded in the chest (date uknown after 31 Aug 64) and shown at Ocmulgee Hospital in Macon, GA on 26 Sep 64. Paroled 20 May 65 at Memphis, TN. Also listed as Steward.
Stone John B. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 d 5 Sep 1863 Died of disease 5 Dec 63 in hospital at Rome, GA. Previously served in Co. F, 22nd MS Infantry.
Thompson Sampson E. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 k 31 Dec 1862 Killed in action 31 Dec 62 at Murfreesboro, TN. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Tinsley Golden A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 c 30 Nov 1864 Captured 30 Nov 64 at Franklin, TN. Released 18 Jun 65 from Camp Douglas, IL. Wounded in the finger 14 Sep 62 at Munfordville, KY. Captured at Munfordville, KY and paroled 19 Sep 62. Also listed as Taylor.
Tipton Henry C. A Private Hospital Steward 27 Mar 1861 par 1 May 1865 Paroled 1 May 65 at Greensboro, NC. Wounded in the left leg 14 Sep 62 at Munfordville, KY. Transferred from 9th MS Infantry.
Tipton John T. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 des 24 Sep 1862 Deserted 24 Sep 62. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Tipton Samuel P. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 par 10 May 1865 Paroled 10 May 65 at Montgomery, AL. Sent to hospital 15 Sep 62. Captured and paroled 19 Sep 62 at Cave City, KY. Also listed as S.V. Sipton.
Travis John W. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 w 4 Aug 1864 Wounded 4 Aug 64 near Atlanta, GA. Paroled 14 May 65 at Meridian, MS. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Tucker Henry T. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 w 14 Sep 1862 Wounded in the left leg 14 Sep 62 at Munfordville, KY.Captured 19 Sep 62 at Cave City, KY and paroled. Sent to Ft. Delaware, DE and paroled 14 Sep 64. At Stuart Hospital in Richmond, VA hospital 21 Sep 64.Paroled 20 May 65 at Memphis, TN.Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Tucker Robert W. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 w 22 Jun 1864 Wounded 22 Jun 64 at Marietta, GA. Paroled 20 May 65 at Memphis, TN. Wounded 6 or 7 Apr 62 at Shiloh, TN. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Tucker Walter E. A Private Private Uknown c 20 Jun 1863 Captured 20 Jun 63 at Coldwater, MS. Sent to Military Prison, Alton, IL and then transferred to Point Lookout prison for exchange. NFI.
Walker James A. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 d 2 Mar 1863 Died 2 Mar 63 at Guntown, MS. Sent to interior hospital wounded 13 May 62.
Walker James M. A Captain Colonel 27 Mar 1861 w 7 Apr 1862 Resigned due to ill health 27 Feb 63. Wounded 6 or 7 Apr 62 at Shiloh, TN. Promoted to Lt. Col. 15 Sep 62 from captain. Promoted to colonel 11 Dec 62. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Walker Joel P. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 w 14 May 1864 Paroled 19 May 65 at Jackson, MS. Wounded 14 May 64 at Resaca, GA. Previously served in (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Warr Christopher C. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 trans 1 May 1864 Transferred 1 May 64 to Capt. Phillips' Co., TN Light Artillery, aka Mebane's Battery. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
White Robert A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 trans 26 Jun 1862 Transferred 26 Jun 62 to Co. A, 9th Battalion MS Sharp Shooters. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Whitworth E.J. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 w 31 Dec 1862 Wounded in the left foot 31 Dec 62 at Murfreesboro, TN. Captured and paroled. In CS Hospital, Petersburg, VA 13 Apr 63. NFI.
Wilde J.G. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 k 7 Apr 1862 Killed in action 7 Apr 62 at Shiloh, TN. Originally listed as missing.
Williamson G.M.L. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 par 31 May 1865 Paroled 31 May 65 at Memphis, TN. Detailed at Provost Guard 6 Jul 64. Also listed as Williams and G.M.S.
Winters William Henry A Corporal Private 27 Mar 1861 w 14 Sep 1862 Wounded in the left foot 14 Sep 62 at Munfordville, KY.Captured 19 Sep 62 and paroled.Reduced from corporal to private 1 Dec 62 due to disability. In CS Hospital in Petersburg, VA 3 Feb 63. Furloughed indefinitely 20 Jun 63 due to wound.Honorably retired due to wounds 1 Feb 65. Also listed as H. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Woodard Josa A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 w/c 25 Nov 1863 Wounded 25 Nov 63 at Missionary Ridge, Chattanooga, TN, and captured. Died in U.S. Army Hospital, Chattanooga, TN on 19 Dec 63 due to amputation at right thigh. Wounded 20 Sep 63 at Chickamauga, GA. Also listed as Jose M. and James M. Woodward. Transferred from (old) Co. E, 9th MS Infantry.
Woodard Thomas A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 d 23 Sep 1862 Died of disease 23 Sep 62 at Danville, KY. However, may have been captured. Exchanged at Vicksburg, MS 4 Dec 62. NFI.
Woodrell Calvin W. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 w 6 or 7 Apr 1862 Wounded 6 or 7 Apr 62 at Shiloh, TN.Also listed as wounded and missing.Supposedly furlouhed 10 Apr 62 and never heard from again.NFI.Transferred from (old) Co. G, 9th MS Infantry.
Wooten J.D. A Private Private 27 Mar 1861 mw 2 Jan 1863 Mortally wounded in the thigh 2 Jan 63 at Murfreesboro, TN. Died 6 Jan 63 inside the Union lines. Transferred from (old) Co. H, 9th MS Infantry.
Worthy A.S. A Private Private Unknown c 16 May 1864 Captured 16 May 64 near Resaca, GA. NFI.

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