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Title: Florida soldiers CSA 6th, 7th Florida infantry; 1st Florida calvary
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    Copyright
        Copyright
    Title Page
        Page 1
        Page 2
    Note to Florida Civil War lists and rosters
        Page 3
    Florida state repositories
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
    Florida in the war between the states
        Page 35
        Page 36
        Page 37
        Page 38
        Page 39
        Page 40
    Soldiers of Florida
        Page 156
        Page 157
        Page 158
        Page 159
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        Sixth Florida infantry
            Page 41
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        Page 163
        Seventh Florida infantry
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        First Florida cavalry
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FLORIDA SOLDIERS: CSA
6TH, 7TH FLORIDA INFANTRY
1ST FLORIDA CAVALRY


State Arsenal
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Barracks
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STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS
OFFICE OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL




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The special Archives Publication Series of the Historical
Services Division are produced as a service to Florida
communities, historians, and to any other individuals, historical
or geneological societies, and national or regional governmental
agencies which find the information contained herein of use or
value.

At present, only a very limited number of copies of these
publications are produced and are provided to certain state and
national historical record repositories at no charge. Any
remaining copies are provided to interested parties on a first
come, first served basis. It is hoped these publications will
soon be reproduced and made available to a wider public through
the efforts of the Florida National Guard Historical Foundation
Inc.

Information about the series is available from the Historical
Services Division, Department of Military Affairs, State Arsenal,
St. Augustine, Florida.


Robert Hawk
Director
















NOTE TO FLORIDA CIVIL WAR LISTS AND ROSTERS



Most of the material contained in the five volumes of Florida
Soldiers: CSA (Special Archives Publications 90-95) are taken
directly from a book published by the state in 1903 entitled
"Soldiers of Florida". The material contained therein was as
known at that time. Research since that era have shown them to
be much less than completely accurate.

...As most rosters were from the earliest days of the war, many
individual names of those who volunteered later are not included.

...Many individuals served with more than one unit and that
information is only rarely noted.

...Many records were lost or at least un-available to the authors
of that 1903 study.

...A considerable amount of the information contained in the
volume was derived from witnesses alive at that time.

For many of the rosters, considerable information was apparently
available while for others, very little beyond the rolls
themselves was accessible. More recent studies of several
Florida regiments and specific companies within other regiments
has indicated approximately 10% of the names of individuals who
eventually served with the units to be missing. Actual casualty
figures indicate that the total fatal casualties noted in the
1903 book to be only approximately 65% of the actual figures for
the war.

The presently available records are substantial in number and
scattered in several locations. Perhaps someday a researcher
will be able to compile a more accurate record of Florida's
service in the war.








FLORIDA STATE DEPOSITORIES

State documents are distributed to the following depository libraries and are available
to Florida citizens for use either in the libraries or on interlibrary loan, subject to
each library's regulations. An asterisk (*) indicates libraries that are obligated to
give interlibrary loan service. Requests should be directed to the nearest ,epository.

Bay County Public Library (1968) *State Library of Florida (1968)
25 West Government Street Documents Section
Panama City, Florida 32402 R. A. Gray Building
Tallahassee, Florida 323 9-0250
Bay Vista Campus Library (1982)
Documents Department Stetson University (1968)
Florida International University Dupont-Ball Library
North Miami, Florida 33181 Deland, Florida 32720-3769

Broward County Division of Libraries (1968) Jacksonville University (1968)
100 South Andrews Avenue Carl S. Swisher Library
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301 University Blvd., North
Jacksonville, Florida 32211
Cocoa Public Library (1968)
430 Delannoy Avenue *Tampa-Hillsborough County Public (1968)
Cocoa, Florida 32922 Library System
900 North Ashley Street
*Florida Atlantic University (1968) Tampa, Florida 33602
Library
P. 0. Box 3092 *University of Central Florida (1968)
Boca Raton, Florida 33431 Library
Post Office Box 25000
*Florida International University (1971) Orlando, Florida 32816-0666
Documents Section
Tamiami Campus Library Tamiami Trail *University of Florida Library (1968)
Miami, Florida 33199 Documents Department
Gainesville, Florida 32611
*Florida State University Library (1968)
Documents Maps Division *University of Miami Library (1968)
Tallahassee, Florida 32306 Gov't Publications
P. O. Box 248214
*Jacksonville Public Library (1968) Coral Gables, Florida 33124
122 North Ocean Street
Jacksonville, Florida 32202 *University of North Florida Library
Documents Division
*Miami-Dade Public Library (1968) Post Office Box 17605
101 West Flagler Street Jacksonville, Florida 32216
Miami, Florida 33130-1504
*University of South Florida (1968)
*Ocala Public Library (1972) Library Special Collections
15 Southeast Osceola Avenue 4204 Fowler Avenue
Ocala, Florida 32671 Tampa, Florida 33620

Orange County Library District (1968) University of West Florida (1968)
101 East Central Boulevard Documents John Pace Library
Orlando, Florida 32801 Pensacola, Florida 32514-5750

St. Petersburg Public Library (1968) Wt P B P L
3745 Ninth Avenue, North West Palm Beach Public Library (1968)
St. Petersburg, Florida 33713 100 Clematis
West Palm Beach, Florida 33401

Rev. 1-7-89























6th Florida

Company A- Gadsden
Company B- Gadsden and Escambia
Company C- Gadsden
Company D- Gadsden and Jackson
Company E- Jackson
Company F- FrankIin
Company G- Gadsden and Franklin
Company H- Holmes
Company I- Jackson
Company K- Holmes

7th Florida

Company A- Alachua
Company B- Hillsborough
Company C- Alachua
Company D- Alachua
Company E- Hillsborough
Company F- Regional
Company G- Marion
Company H- Marion
Company I- Regional
Company K- Hillsborough

















Soldiers of Florida

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Se min o le ,n dia n Civ l

and

SpanisAh merican Wars.















Prepared and pub/i/asd under Me ruperuition of Me
2oard of State i institutions,
Pfr autAorIArad by CAaper 220 47 .aws
of -./or/da, approved tany /1, /909.


















Alor/da in the ?War between tAe Sdates.



With thle causes that led up to the war and the convention that took
Florida out of the Union, this record has nothing to do, but it may with pro-
priety mention some facts precedent to the organization of the various com-
panies and regiments that served during the War Between the States.
In January 1861, the United States occupied, on the Appalachicola river
the arsenal at Chattachoochee, where a small quantity of arms and munitions
of war were stored; on Pensacola Bay, the Navy Yard, Fort Barrancas with
forty pieces of artillery, the Fort Barrancas barracks, where there was a bat-
tery of field artillery, Fort McRae with 125 pieces of artillery, Fort Pickens
with 20o heavy guns; on Amelia Island, the uncompleted work, Fort Clinch;
at St. Augustine, Fort Marion with 6 field batteries, and at the extreme south
Fort Taylor and the barracks at Key West and on Garden Key, one of the Dry
Tortugas, the stupendous but uncompleted work, Fort Jefferson, covering
thirteen and one-half acres, and designed to mount 300 guns, which it had
been the special ambition of Jefferson Davis, as Secretary of War and Senator,
to make the commanding fortress of the Gulf.
On January 5, 1861, Senator Yulee wrote from Washington to Joseph
Finnegan, "The immediate important thing to be do: e is the occupation of
the forts and arsenals in Florida the "naval station and forts at Pensa-
cola being first in importance." This was the policy pursued in all the South-
ern States on the ground that the works had been constructed by the public
money of the United States for the defense of each State, so that the State,
when leaving the Union, had a better title to the property than any one else.
Self defense was a further justification. In every case promises were offered
to account for the property taken, in the final and general settlement with the
United States.
Pensacola at once became the point in Florida upon which the attention
of both North and South were most anxiously concentrated. At the forts
near this city was apparently to be decided the question whether the National
Government would or would not submit peacefully to the secession of Florida.
In this uncertain condition the commanding officer, fearing a clash of arms,
abandoned the main and the Navy Yard and took refuge in Fort Pickens.
Lieut. Adam J. Slemmer, in the absence of his captain, John H. Winder,
who afterward became a general in the Confederate army, had command of
the company of United States artillery stationed at Pensacola Bay. The
Navy Yard and the vessels in the bay, the war steamer Wyandotte and the
store-ship Supply were under the orders of Commodore Armstrong, Com-
mander Ebenezer Farrand, afterward an officer in the Confederate navy, being
second in command. The 70 ordinary sailors and 48 marines at the Navy














36 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.

Yard were under command of Capt. Joseph Watson. Old Fort Barrancas
and Fort McRae, eac powerful works as against attacks from water, were not
designed to resist an assault from the rear, and any attempt to defend them
or the Navy Yard from such an assault would have been futile and inviting
the immediate destruction of the Navy Yard. On January 8, 1851, Lieu-
tenant Slemm r began the removal of powder from the Spanish fort to Fort
Barrancas; that night a party of citizens who were reconnoitering were warned
off by a shot from Fort Barrancas. On January o1 Slemmer abandoned the
mainland, spiked the guns at Fort Barrancas, destroyed over 20,000 pounds
of power at Fort McRae and transferred his men to Fort Pickens on Santa
Rosa Islani, where he h d a secur. stronghold, though his force was inade-
uate to properly garrison it.
Military companies from Alabama were already arriving at Pensacola to
assist Florida in taking possession of the Navy Yard and defensive works.
These Alabama volunteers were under the command of Colonel Tennant C.
Lomax, a Mexican War veteran. Chief in command at Pensacola was the
appointee of the Florida State Convention, Major-General William H. Chase,
a native of Massachusetts, and officer of the United States army from 1819
to]I856, who during his official connection with the United States army had
superintended the construction of Fort Taylor and the defenses of Pensacola
Bay. After his resignation from the rmy in 1856 he became a resident of
Pensacola and President of Alabama & Florida Railroad -Company.
Among the Florida troops on duty at that time were the Pensacola Rifle
Rangers, commanded by Capt. E. A. Perry, an officer destined to serve with
distinction i both in th. military and civil history of Florida, and the Santa
Rosa Guards, organized at Milton, Fla., under command of Capt. William
Harrison. The Rifle Rangers became Company A of the 2nd Florida Infantry,
and served in the Army of Northern Virginia. The Santa Rosa Guards were
disbanded after about three months' service and its members joined other
commands. 0O January 12, 1861, Colonel Lomax, with the Florida and
Alabama troops, seven companies, numbering 700 men, marched to the Navy
Yard, and halted at the East Gate. Leaving his men he, with Gene al Chase's
aides, Col. R. L. Campbell, Captain Randolph, late of the United States
army, Captain Farrand, la'e of the United States Navy, and two Alabama
officers, Marks and Burroughs, proceeded to the office of Commodore Arm-
strong, where in the name of Governor M. S. Perry he dem t ded the surrender
of the Navy Yard and stores. To this demand Armstrong announced that
he would relinquis his authority to the representative of the sovereignty of
Florida.
The flag of the United States was immediately hauled down and the flag
of the State raised in its place. The marine; remaining in the barracks were
at onec paroled and allowed to go North on the store-ship Supply.
Lieutenant Slemmer determined to hold Fort Pickens and decl ned to
admit that the Governors of Florida and Alabama had any authority to demand
his surrender. Gen ral Chase made the second demand, which was
refused; later on a third attempt was made to induce the Lieutenant to aban-
don his position, but without success. On the mainland was assembled a














SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 37

force of volunteers ample to make the assault, and had not the Florida Senators
and other leaders in Washington, including Senator Jefferson Davis, tele-
graphed advice that no blood be shed, the first battle of the war would have
been fought on Santa Rosa Island in January x861.
While these events were transpiring at Pensacola two companies of volun-
teer infantry, one under A. Perry Amaker of Leon county, and the other under
James Patton Anderson of Jefferson county, had marched from Tallahassee
to St. Marks, to take passage for Pensacola to engage in the proposed attack
on Fort Pickens. When that attack was abandoned these troops returned
to their respective stations to be called within three months to the arsenal
at Chattahoochee, where they became a part of the Ist Florida Regiment.
At the same time that the Navy Yard was occupied the Florida militia,
under orders of Gove nor Perry, occupied Fort Clinch on Amelia Island, and
on January 7, 1861, Old Fort Marion and the arsenal at St. Augustine were
seized by the same authority, and Fort Marion soon put in condition for de-
fense by an artillery company under Captain Gibbs, another volunteer or-
ganization. At the time these seizures of the United States fortifications
and arsenals were made, it was not known that war would result from the act
of secession. In all the posts surrendered, there was only a nominal guard
and no attempts at resistance were made. On the St. Johns river defensive
works were begun, and batteries erected to command and protect the bar;
this work was done by the Jacksonville Light Infantry, under command of
Capt. Holmes Steele and by the citizens of the section.
About January 20, Fort Jefferson on Garden Key was re-enforced by the
United States authority. While their troops were disembarking, the steamer
Galveston, of New Orleans, approached with a Confederate force on board,
evidently intending to take possession, but seeing it was too late put about
and disappeared.
Forts Taylor, Jefferson and Pickens with the islands commanded by them,
and Fortress Monroe in Virginia, were the only places in the South that con-
tinued under the stars and stripes during the entire period of the war. From
Key West re-enforcements were sent to Fort Pickens in the later part of Jan-
uary, but through the interposition of Senator Mallory, and upon the pledge
of General Chase that hostilities would be commenced, the artillery-men were
not landed. Mallory yet hoped that amicable adjustment might be made
by which the South would be permitted to leave the Union peacefully. A
cannon shot would rouse the people to arms from the Lakes to the Gulf and
defeat the efforts to compromise the differences between the sections.
A state of war actually existed in Florida three months before the fall of
Fort Sumter; the truce of Pensacola Bay was an armed and watchful one.
On March II, 1861, General Braxton Brag&, arrived in Pensacola and assumed
command of all the Confederate forces; by his direction the construction of
land batteries was immediately resumed.
It is unfortunate that so little remains in the custody of the State of the
records of the early organization of troops by the State authority. It is sup-
posed that most of these records were destroyed by some one at the Capitol
before it was occupied by the Federals in 1865 to prevent any incriminating













38 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.

evidence falling into their hands that might be used in case of prosecution
for "treason," of which there was much talk; this however is merely suppo-
sition. From what was left it would appear that these records were lost or
destroyed during the re-construction period.
It is known that the militia organization of the State was soon broken up,
the men belonging to it volunteering for Confederate State service and the
message of Governor Milton, after he went into office in the year 1861, shows
that he viewed this proceeding with sincere regret. It was his ambition to
create an army for "the independent nation of Florida," and while assisting
the Confederacy to the limit of his ability, reserved the right of Florida to
maintain an army of her own. Said the Governor in his special message in
November I861, "volunteering has broken up the militia," and "the service
was disorganized by individuals organizing volunteers under the authority of
the Secretary of War, a power inconsistent with the rights of a free, sovereign
and independent State." The men who enlisted, however, were anxious only
about the probability of receiving orders to go to the front,, and whenever
this appeared unlikely they resigned or broke up their companies and enlisted
in those most likely to receive orders to go immediately to the front.
The first regiment organized was known as the Ist Florida Infantry. It
was composed of two companies from Leon, two companies from Alachua
and one each from Franklin, Jackson, Madison, Gadsden, Jefferson and Es-
cambia counties. These companies, with the exception of Company K (Pen-
sacola Guards),which was from Escambia county, rendezvoused at Chattahoo-
chee arsenal where they went into Camp of Instruction. There, on April 5,
i861, the regiment was mustered into the military service of the Confederate
States for twelve months, and was organized by the election of Capt. James
Patton Anderson, of Jefferson county, Colonel; William K. Beard, of Leon
county, as Lieutenant-Colonel, and Thadeus MacDonell, of Alachua county,
as Major. Upon the completion of the organization of the regiment it was
ordered to Pensacola where it arrived April 12, I86i, and was there joined
by Company K. Like all regiments mustered in in the early days of 1861, it
enlisted for twelve months and served almost its entire term in Pensacola
and in that vicinity.
On October 8, 1861, General Bragg planned an attack on the Federal
camps on Santa Rosa Island. The immediate command of this expedition
was entrusted to Gen. Richard Henry Anderson, of South Carolina, an old
army officer. Anderson's subordinate commanders were: James R. Chal-
mers with 350 Mississipians and Alabamians; Col. James Patton Anderson,
with 400 men, and John K. Jackson with 250 Georgians. In addition to
these there was one independent company from Georgia and one artillery
company. The troops landed on Santa Rosa Island at 2 o'clock on the morn-
ing of October 9, 1861; surprised the camp of New York Zouaves, who were
quickly driven out at the point of the bayonet and their camp and buildings
adjacent thereto set on fire. Finding it impossible to inflict further damage
on the Federals General Anderson ordered a retreat. Twenty prisoners were
taken by the Confederates, among them was Maj. Israel Bodges. The Fed-
eral loss was 14 killed and 36 wounded. Confederate loss 28 killed, 39 wounded














SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 39

and 30 captured. Of this number the Ist Regiment lost 6 killed, 8 wounded
and. 12 captured. Killed, Capt. Richard Bradford, of Company F; Sergt.
W. R. Routh; Privates Henry A. Tillinghast and John Hale, of Company A;
Privates Lewis F. Thompson and Smith, of Company B; wounded, Corporal
Lanier and Privates James Ecles, of Company B; William McCorckle, Philip
L. Simms and William Denham, of Company A; James Hicks and Amos
Sharitt, of Company B; Peter O'Neal, of Company C. Captured, Lieuts.
P. M. Farley, of Company E; S. Y. Finley, of Company C, and Parker.
In March 1862, the Ist Regiment was ordered to Corinth, Miss., to join
General Bragg's army. The regiment got as far as Montgomery when their
term of enlistment expired and they were mustered out April 6, 1862. But
four companies were formed immediately from the ranks of the Ist as follows:
Company A, Capt. W. G: Poole (Poole was 2nd Lieutenant in Company D,
Ist Florida); Company D, Capt. A. Denham (Denham was 1st Lieutenant
in Company I); Company E, Ist Lieut. John E. Miller, commanding (former-
ly a 3rd Lieutenant in Company K, Ist Florida). These four companies
were formed into a battalion, of which Maj. T. A. MacDonnell took command.
The battalion did gallant service at Shiloh, receiving complimentary mention
in general orders and were accorded the right to inscribe th! name of the
battle on their flag. An old battle flag of the Western Army, now preserved
at the Capitol at Tallahassee, bears the inscription, "First and Third Florida,
Shiloh and Perryville." Major MacDonnell was wounded and disabled in the
opening of the battle. Capt. T. Sumter Means was wounded, captured and
later resigned. Capt. W. C. Bird was also wounded in this battle, and Laurie
Anderson, battalion adjutant, was killed. Lieut.-Col. W. K. Beard, on Gen-
eral Bragg's staff, was wounded in the arm. After the battle of Shiloh, in
which the Floridians lost 2 officers and 14 men killed, 7 officers and 51 men
wounded, two companies from Louisiana, known as B and C, were added to
the battalion making a battalion of six companies and Maj. Franklin H. Clarke
assigned to the command with the following Field and Staff: 2nd Lieut.
A. Robert Pollard, Adjutant; -. -. Frome, Assistant Surgeon; Ist Lieut.
Monheimer, Assistant Quartermaster; J. P. Butler, Sergeant Major;
F. M. Rowe, Quartermaster-Sergeant; Louis Hyer, Commissary Sergeant;
-. -. Austin, Ordinance Sergeant, and Daniel R. Monroe, Hospital Steward.
In May 1862, Clarke was promoted Lieutenant-Colonel; W. G. Poole, pro-
moted Major; Pollard, Ist Lieutenant and Adjutant; Forme, Surgeon; Mon-
heimer, Assistant Quartermaster, was dropped from the roll by order of the
War Department; Thomas D. Wolfe, appointed Sergeant-Major (John P.
Butler, Sergeant-Major, appointed April 23, 1862, returned to his company
(C) May 31, 1862); F. M. Rowe, Quartermaster-Sergeant; Daniel R. Monroe,
Hospital Steward; Louis M. Brisbin and John Snider, Company C; Felix
Segiane and Samuel McGill, Company B, and John Callen, Company A, Mu-
sicians. On July 5th Major MacDonnell returned to his command, reported
for duty and by order of General Bragg relieved Lieutenant Clarke.
In July 1862, Major Miller reached Chattanooga with six companies from
Florida, and the Florida and Confederate Guards Response Battalion was
dis olved, the two companies from Louisiana going to the Crescent Regiment




















40 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.

and the 5th Company of Washington Artillery. The four Florida companies
were joined by the six companies under Major Miller 'and the Ist Florida was
re-formed under command of William Miller, who was promoted Colonel;
T. A. MacDonnell promoted Lieutenant-Colonel, and G. A. Ball, Major. In
August, 1862, the 3rd Florida Regiment reached Chattanooga and with the
1st Florida, 3rd Louisian and the 41st Mississippi were formed into a bri-
gade and placed under command of Brig.-Gen. John C. Brown, Maj.-Gen.
Patton Anderson's Division. In this brigade the Ist took part in the Ken-
tucky campaign. On their return to Chattanooga on December 13, 1862, the
Ist and 3rd was so decimated that they were united, and were afterward
known as the Ist and 3rd Regiments consolidated. The 3rd, forming the
right wing, and the Ist, the left wing of the regiment. The consolidated regi-
ment was under the command of Col. William Miller, who was shortly pro-
moted to Brigadier-General and ordered to Florida. The Ist and 3rd Regi-
ment consolidated participated in all the great battles of the Western Army
and in every engagement won honors for the State whose colors it carried.
It is seriously to be regretted that a more detailed account of the career
of this Regiment cannot be given at this time. In the revised addition which
it is hoped will.follow this work an effort will be made to tell the whole story
of the gallant men who fought under the flags of the ist and 3rd Florida Regi-
ments.




















156 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll, Field and Staff-6th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Ordnance Sergeant-
Hospital Steward-
xst Lieutenant and Ensign-
Benjamin S. Smith.................... ............. Promoted Ensign at Chickamauga, captured at
Nashville Dec. 16; imprisoned on Johnson's
Island.


Roll Company A-6th Florida Infantry..


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICEnS.
Captains-
Robert H. M. Davidson.............. Mar. 12, '62 April 26, '65 Promoted Major; Lieutenant-Colonel.
C. E. L. Allison............................ Mar. 12, '62 April 26, '65 Promoted Captain; shot at Chickamauga, Ga.
McNicolson...................... Mar. 12, '62 April 26, '6 Promoted Captain.
ist Lieutenant-
Anderson M. Harris...... .......... Mar. 12, '62 April 20, '65 2nd Lieutenant; promoted 1st Lieutenant.
2nd Lieutenant-
Hugh Black................................... Mar. 12, '62 April 26, '65 3rd Lieutenat, promote 2nd Lieutenant; shot
at Chickamauga.
William C. Gunn........................ Mar. 17, '62 ..................... Corporal, promoted Sergeant; 3rd and 2nd Lieu-
tenant; wounded.
3rdjLieutenant-
Edward B. White,..................... Mar. 17, '62 April 2, '65 1st Sergeant;; promoted 3rd Lieutenant, wounded.
ENLISTED MEN.
Barker, J. S.......................................... ..... ..... ........................ Died n Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery.
Black, Neil G........ ................. Mar. 17, '62 April 26, 65
Boykin. James C.............................. Mar. 17, '62 April 26, '65
Bracewell, Joseph..................... May 9, '62 April 26, '65 Shot at Atlanta, Ga. July 22, '64.
Brown, E. D..... ..................................
Bryant, J...................................... ........ ......... .....Corporal died in service.
Butler, Jesse R................ ........ ar. 12 '62 ....................... Died in kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery.
Butler John................................ May '62 April 26, '65
Campbell, John C.............................. Mar. 15, '62 ........................ Promoted 1st Sergeant; mortally wounded.
Cannon, David................... ............. ............. .... Honorable mention at Chickamauga.
Cannon, Jacob C......... ... April 18, '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Kennesaw Mt. Ga. June, '64.
Cannon, Thomas .......................... Mar. 12, '62
Carroll, W illiam.......................... Mar. 12. '62
Cowan, John J................................ Mar. 12, '2 April 2, '5 Shot at Chickamauga, Ga. Sept. 20 '63.
Crawford, George W...................... Mar. 18, '62 April 26, '65
Crawford, James.... ........ ......Mar. 12, ......................
Crosby, Henry A......................... Mar. 12 ........ .... Corporal.
Croby, Isham J... ..... .... Mar. 25, '6....................... Promoted Corporal; died in service.
Davis, W illiam.............................. Mar. 12, ..... ....
Dugger Simeon................ Mar. 12 '62........... 12 Captured at Kennesaw Mt. July 1, '64; carried to
Edenfield, Elias J........................ Mar. 17, '62 ................ Camp Morton Ind. and there lost right eye from
Eubanks, Darlie................................ ar. 17, '2 ...................... disease; paroled from prison.
Fair. W illiam.................................... Mar. 12, '62 ...............
Ferrell, W. J................................... Mar. 12, '62......... ....... Corporal; captured at Nashville, Dec. 15, '64
Fillingin, John I................................ Mar. 12, '62 ................ imprisoned and paroled at Camp Douglass June
Fletcher, Joseph C......................... Mar. 4, '62 .................. '65.
Flowers, Henry ........................... Mar. 12, .... ................
Freeman, Richard...... ................ Mar. 12, '62 ......................
Gatlin, Thomas.................... .......... Mar. 12, '62 ... ........
Gatlin, William .................. Mch. 12. '62 April 9. '65 Transferred to Smith's Cavalry.
Glover, George K...................... May 15, '62 April 26, '65
Goldmire, Robert L.................. ... April 12, '62 .. ..........
Gora W. W .......................................... .... April 26, '65
Grubb, Thomas L.......................... April 12, '62 .................. Promoted 1st Sergeant; wounded.
H air, John...... ........................... M h. 12, '62 .... .......
Harden, James T......... ..... Mch. 12, '62....
Harrington, William.......... ....................................... Killed at Missionary Ridge December 27, '63.
H arris, Samuel H1........................ Mch. 24, '2 ....... .........
Holloway, Benjamin F.................. .... April 26, '65
Hone, Henry .......... ........ Mh. 24, '62 April 26, '65 Sergeant.
Howard, John F................ .... Mch. 13, '02 April 20, '65
Howe, John H..... .......... ......... .......... April 20, '65
Johnson, William M....................... Mch. 12, '62 .............
Jones, R. Emmett.................... Mch. 12, '62 April 26, '65 Corporal.
Jordan, John P..... ..................................... April 26, '65 Promoted Sergeant; April 18, '62, then Regimental
K arkein, W illiam J.......................... ....... ..... .................. Q M .
Keadle, John H................................ Mch. 12, 62...........
Kenan. Daniel L................................ Mch. 12, '62 ..........1st Sergeant; promoted Major. Lieutenart-Colonel,
Kenardy, J. .H ........................ Mch. 20, ......... .... and Colonel; lost leg at Bentonville.


















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Roll Company A-6th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN OUT. I REMARKS.

Kennedy, Thomas............. .......... Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Dallas, Ga., May 28, '04.
King, Henry ............................ Mch. 20, '62 ........................
irkland, S. H ...... ..... M 20, '62 ............Promoted 1st Sergeant; wounded mortally.
Kirkland, W illiam J .......................... Mch. 20, '62 ......................
Laird, Henry................................... Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '
Laird, James...................... ..... Mcb 20, '62 April 26, '65 Transferred from 1st Ala.
Lambert, Benjamin.......................... Mch. *20, '62 .................... Died at Cumberland Gap.
Lambert, Thomas.............................. Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '6 Corporal.
Langston, Jacob R........................... Mch. 13, '62 April 26, '65
Langston, James........... ............... ............. ....
Langston, Jonathan B......................June 1, '61.................. Discharged May '63, for disability.
Long, Charles E......... ............ 22, 62 .... ................
McAlily, Samuel............................... ch. 19, '2... ...
MeAlpin, Arlington......................... Mch. 19, '62 April 26, '65
McClellan A...... ...... Mch. 19, '62 April 26, '65
McCullersa Hardy.............. ....... 12 '2 .......
McLeod, Alexander.........................Mc. 12, '62 Arl 20, '65 Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
McNair, F. L............................... Mc. 12 '62 Aril 26 '65
McPhaul, Hamilton.................... Mch. 19, 62 A ril 26, '65 Wounded at Bentonville, N. C., March 19. '64.
McPherson, Alexander M................ 20, '62 Aril 16. '65 Musician.
McPherson, Archibald................ Mc. 20, '62..................... Died of pneumonia at Knoxville May 10, '63.
McPherson, James........ ...... ar. 20, '62 April 16, '65
Martin, Jeremiah J...............Mar. 20, '62 April 26, '65
Martin, M. L................. ......... ar. 20, '2 April 26, '65
Nicholson, Angus.............................. Mar. 20, 62 April 26 '65
Owen, L. ........................................ Mar. 20, Aril 2 '65
Parramore, Adam J....... ............Mar. 12, 62....................
Parker, Stephen A.......... ........... ar. -12, '62.... .......
Penny, John J................. ... .... Mar. 12, .... ................
Peters, A. J.............. ................... Mar. 21, '62.... ................
Peters, Francis M...................... Mar. 21, 62 ...............
Peters, Hardy...... ................. Mar. 21, '2 .......................
Pittman, John C.................... Mar. 21, '2 ...................... Died at Camp Chase Feb. 11. '65; Grave No. 1152.
Poindexter, John W................... Mar. 15, '2 ................. Corporal.
Pringle, Byardam G........... Mar. 14, '62 April 26, '65
Renew, Timothy......................... Mar. 14 '62....................
Revell, Stephen................................. Mar. '62 ......... ........
Richards, W. N.................................. Mar. 6. '2 April 26, '65
Robinson, W illiam E........................ Mar. 12, '62............
Robinson, William U........................ Mar. 10. '62 April 20 '65 Promoted Sergeant; came near killing General
Rudd. Jerry....... ... ........... ar. 12, '62 ............... Forrest]while on picket near Murfreesborough
Rudd, Samuel............................. Mar. 12, '2 April 26, '5 Tennessee.
Sanders, John C................... Mar. 12, '62 April 26, '65 Promoted 2nd Sergeant.
Sapp, Asa................................. Mar. 4, ....
Shephard, B. F................... ......... Mar. 12, '62April 26, '65
Shepard, Fountain H........................ Mar. 12 '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Missionary Ridge Dec. 27, '63 and
Smith, William J..............Mar 13 '............. 13 ....discharged.
Smith William T .......................... Mar. 12, '62 ........
Suber, Lemuel P........ .................... Mar. 5, '82 April1, '65
Thomas, P. T. M. T........................ Mar. 21, '62
Thomas, W. A............................. Mar. 21, '02 April 2, '65 Wounded in the hip, in Georgia
Thompson, Tobias........ .......... Mar. 12, '62 ....................
Tolar, John R................................... Mar. 12, '62 ....... .......... Discharged, '63; for cause unknown.
Vendrick John..................................M ar. 28, '2 ...........
Vendrick, Nathan............................... Mar. 28, '62...........
W ade, W illiam H............................. Mar. 12, '62 ...............
Walden, Lemuel J.......................... Mar. 12, '62 April 26, '65 promoted Sergeant; wounded at Chickamauga
____~_________ ____ _____~__ ~Sept. 20, '63.

Roll Company B-6th Florida. Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTEI:RED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERs.
Captains-
Samuel B. Love............................ Mar. 12 '2 ........... ...... Resigned, '63 in Tennessee.
Malcolm Nicholson....................... April 5, '61 April 26, '65 Sergeant, promoted Captain.
Ist Lieutenants-
William H. Scott.......................... April 18, '5 ............ Resigned.
Raburn H. Reeves.............................................. April 26, '65 2nd Lieutenant, promoted 1st Lieutenant.
and Lieutenant-
Theophilus S, Luckie..................................... April 26, '05 Sergeant promoted 2nd Lieutenant.
3rd Lieutenant-
Donald W. Nicholson.................. April 5, '61 ..................... Resigned.
ENLISTED MEN,
Albert, Joseph.......................... ................... ................... Died in prison at Columbus, March 1, '65;
Grave No. 82.
Barefoot, Thoman Died in prison, buried in Oakwood Cemetery,
Bustick, William I ..i, n~.).


















158 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company B-6th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

B oykin, L ott C ...................................................... ..................
Bradley, Solom on.... ................... ....... ..... ...............
Brown, John.................................... ........................ ........................ W wounded at Olustee.
Caldwell, B ryan .... .. ......... ......... .. ........................
Cam pbell, A alexander .................................... ........................
Cam pbell, W illiam J................... ..................... ...... .....
Chandler Joseph C.......................... April '64 April 26, '05 Promoted Sergeant.
Chester, George H......................... .......... ........ .... Musician.
Chester, M arion A ............................................... ... .............
Copeland, Jam es.................................................
Crabbs, Richard.....................................
Crosby, R ichard .................................. .......................................
Elliot, Joseph D 1'. 8..................... .... ...........................
Elliot, Nixon............................................... April 20, '62 Corporal; honorable mention6at Chickamauga.
Ferrell, D aniel................................ ..... ..............................
Ferrell, W ..... ............. ....... ........................ ................
Fleishman, Simon......... ......... .... .......................
Gibburn, D aniel..............................................................................
Gibburn, H enry J............ ................. .......................
G worries, Charles............................. .................... ..................
Goza, Thomas.................. ...... Mar. 12, ............ Discharged Aug. 1, '62.,or disability.
G reen, T hom as......................................................
Hall, Iradell A............................ Mar. 12, '62 April 26, '6
H arrison, Jam es............. ........ ................................................ M musician.
Harrison, William 8................................. ................
Henly, Thomas N ..... ................ Sergeant.
Hill Thomas.... ........................... ...... Died in Camp Chase Nov. 12, '64; Grave No. 453.
Ho y, Lewis...... ........................
H ollow ay, Franklin G ...................................... .... ......................
H ow ell, John...................................... ........ ...... ..................
H ow ell, H enry.......................... ... ....................... ...............
Ingra Daniel R............................. .. ..........................
Sohnston, George W....................................................
Johnson, Irvin W......................................
Johnson, John W .................................................... ..................
Johnson, W illiam F.......................... ........... ........................
Johnson, W. ............................. Mar. 1, '62 April 2, '65
Jones, C ........... ................................. .... .................. ....
Jones, W illiam B................ ......... ....................
Joyner, Lawrence R................................................. April 26, '65
Lawrence, W illiam........................ ...........
Lawrence, W illiam C........................ .................... .... ...
Lott, Zackariah M............... April 26, '65
McCall, Sherod................. ............... ................... Sergeant; hired a substitute.
McElly, Albert B... ............ ........ ............
M cD ougal, Jam es .......... ............................... ... ..................
McKenzie, Archibald B...........................
McKenzie, Daniel J........... ........... .............. ....
McPhaul, Archibald............... .............. ...........
Mann, Jesse C..................................... .................. April 20, '65 Promoted Corporal.
Mann, Milton M..................................... ....... April 26, '65 Promoted Corporal.
M artin, Jerem iah.. .................... ...... ....................... .......................
Mathis, Marcus.................. ...... ... ......................
M iller, Andrew J. Jr............... .... ..... ........ ...........
Mitchell, W illiam............ .... .............. April 26, '65
Moore, Nickelby B............................. .............
M oore, Deabourn........................................ ..................... .... .
Morton, John E................. ....................... ......... ...
Nelson, James B............................... May '62 April 26, '6 Wou at Resaca, Ga. May 14, 64.
Nicholson, Angus....................... '62 April 26, '65
O wens, H enry M ..... ............................................ .........
Parrott, W. B..... ......... ... .................
Perkins, William H........... ........................
R ich, Jacob................... ........... ... ............... ........................
Rich, John B
Robertson, H \l.rd 6. '65
Rogers, James M .... ............. ......Corporal, promotedSergeat.
Schwarzenback, Franklin............................. ..........
Show, Nathaniel G........... .... ........................
Smith, Alexander L......................... .............. ....
Smith, Andrew J.... .............. ...... April 26, Sergeant
Smith, T. ...... ..... ......... April 26, '65 Promoted t Serant.
Strickland, Abel......... ........... ..............Discharged June 8, '63 or disability.
Strickland, Green B..... ... ................. April 26, '6
Strickland, John............ ........... .... .............
Timmons, Samuel B .......... ............... ... ............. Corporal.
Tomberlin, William H............... ..... ...........
Truluck, David M...........
Warnock, George W................ .................
Warnoek, William J.......................... ..... ............... Sergeant; died in service.
Wood. John................................
Whidden, Alfred....... ........................ .. .. ......... Died at Camp Chase June 4, '65.
W hidden B ennett................................................... ........................


















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Roll Company B-6th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

White, Thomas J............................ ...................
Weakely, John W............... May '62 April 26, '65 Shot at Stone Mt. Ga. July 22, '64.
Weakely, Paul........ ................ .......... .... April 26, '65
Weakely Silas....................... ....................... April 26, '65
Wray, William F..... ..... ......... ..............
W ry. John...... ................. ........................


Roll Company C-6th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
James C. Evans...........................................................
zst Lieutenants-
W. B. Malone................................. ..
William B. Forman...................................... April 26, '65 Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga. Sept. 20, '63; pro-
moted 1st Lieutenant from 2nd Lieutenant.
2nd Lieutenant-
John M. Thomas................................................................ Shot through the liver at Dallas, Ga.. May 28, '64.
ENLISTED MEN.
Albert, J. J..... ...................... .. ..........
Austen, B. W...... ........................... ........
Boykin, George ........................ ................................ .... Died in Kentucky buried in Lexington Cemetery.
Boykin, John W............................... Mar. 2 April 26, '05 Shot at Missionary Ridge, Tenn. and captured,
Boykin, John A..... ........ ................................................ sent to Rock Island, Ills., and exchanged Mar. 20
Bricham an. M ....................................................... ................. '5.
B row n, Benjam in F.................................................. ..................
B row n, L ...... .......................................................... .....................
Brown, C. B.................................. ..................
B rouning, John ..................................................... .................
Burkett, John A............................................................................... Died at Camp Chase Prison, May 19, '65; Grave
No. 1984.
Campbell, William........ ....... ........... ................... Corporal; wounded at Bristow Station, Oct. 14, '63.
Cannon, John ................ ......................
Cloud, J.................................................................
Cowan, John E................... ..................................... Died in Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery.
Calton, Burrel................................. ........
D alton, B ailey.................................... ........................ ........................
D arby J. A ................................... ............................ .................
Darby, T. H................... ............................ .....
Davis, W illiam .................................. ....................... .... ....... Sergeant.
D ean, Thom as W .......................... ........................................
D udley, J. ...................................... ...................... ...................
Dunn, H ..... .. ........................... ........................ April 20, '65
u nn ......................... .............. ........... ..... ... ......
Dyer, G. W.................................... May 5, '62 .................... Wounded severely at Chickamauga,Ga. Sept. 19,'63
Dyke. John T................ ............... ......................
Fair, F W .......................................... ............... ........................
Ferrell, W D ....... ...................... ..............................
Gee, Walker .................... ..................
Gillis, M M ....... ....... ..... ........................Sergeant.
H arris, J. H ........................................ ....................... ........ ..... M musician.
3 etr, Joseph F.................................. ................... ..................................
ohnson. D aniel......... ................. .................... ....................
Jones, Charles H ..................................................... April 20, '65
Jones, Thom as P............................................
Kemp, B. A...... ........... April 20, '65 Wounded at Dallas, Georgia., May 28, '64.
Kennedy. A. F......... ........ ... ........... ....
Kennedy, S. G................... ......... ........................
K ile, Christopher.............................. ... ............... .......................
Lang, W .......................... ................................. ...... ........

McBride, A. S................... ....................Corporal.
McDonald, John ................................................. ....Honorable mention..
McDonald, D.......... ............. ................
M cDonald, F. ................................. .......
M cDougal J.......................................... .............
M clver, John..... ...................... ...................... .......................
McR D. .................. ............. ...... .............. Killed May 28, '4, at Dallas, Ga.
Malone, A. F................................ ... ............Sergeant.
M athews, John..... ................................. ........................
M ercer Asa J................................. ...................................
M mercer, Joh n J ...................................................................................
Mercer, John J............................
Mills. David........................................
M ills John ...................................... ..........
M it hell W illi....................................... ....... ..................................
* Mills John S ...................................... ........................ .........................
M itchell W illiam .............................. ........................ ....................... .





















160 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company C-6th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Mole, John A............................ ............. April 26, '65
M use, A H ............................. ...... .............................. .................. M musician.
icholson, Angus............ .................................... April 26, '65
Oneal, J. B..... .. ...... .......... ................... Corporal.
O wens, W J..... ...................................... ................... .................
Pittm an, John C....................................................... ..................
R aw ls, A J..................................................... ....................... .... Sergeant.
Reeves, J. .
Richards. W. N Maln I,'. 'l. A.ipd 21 '6,
Roach, Robert.......................... .................................... Died at Camp Chase Prison, Feb. 13, '61; Grave
No. 1222.
Rowan, T.............. ....................... .... ............. Died in Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery.
Sadler, John.............. .......... .. ............... ....................
Sadler, John W .......... ........ ........................... ... ....
Santapher, Jacob............................................................................
Smart, John H............................. .............
Sm ith, B S. G ........................................................ A pril 26, '65
Sm ith, F M ....................................... ........................ .................. Sergeant.,
Spear, H L ................................... .............................................
Sveter, William M....................... ........................ .................... Corporal; Camp Chase Prison, Mar. 11. '61; Grave
Thom as, E J:................................... .. ............... .......... ..... N o. 1622.
Thom as, H D ... ................................................. .
Thomas, William H.......................... ................... April 26, '65
Temple, J. J.............. ............... ........
Tharple, E. J....................... .... .......... .........
W haley John ................................... ........................ ........................
W haey, John.. .............................. ...... .......................
Whaley Thomas..... ..... ...
Wynn, ied............................... ... ................ .....
Yates J. J............ ...... .. .............. ...... .....


Roll Company D-6th Florida Infantry.



MUSTERED MUsTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
Jesse J. Finley......................... Mar. 17, '62 .................. Promoted Colonel, Brigadier General.
John L. Hayes........................... Mar. 18, '62 ..................1st L eutenant, promoted Captain; killed, Dallas
Ga. '64.
J. B. Anderson........................... Mar 18, '62 April 26, '65 2nd Lieutenant, promoted Captain.
Ist Lieutenant-
James Hays.................................. Mar. 17, '62 ......................2nd Lieutenant, promoted 1st Lieutenant.
2nd Lieutenant-
John W Butt..................................... .......... .............................. Resigned, April 0, '63.
3rd Lieutenant-
Robert L. Dickson....................... Mar. 17, '62 .... ................
ENLISTED MEN.
Armstead, Thomas J........... Mar. 18, '62 ..................
Baxter, F. G.......... ............. ... Mar. 17, '62 ..... ......
Baxter, John J........................... Mar. '62 April 26, 65
Barnes, Jesse B................................ Mar 17, '62 April 26, '65
Beauchamp, J. A.............................. ........................................ Died at Camp Chase Prison, Mar. 31, '61; Grave
No. 1645.
Bowden, Samuel................................ Mar. 17, '62 April 26, '65 Corporal.
Brantley, John D......................... Mar. 17, '6...........
Brett, John W .............. Mar...... ... Mar. 18, '62 ...........Sergeant.
Brower, W illiam .............. ............ Mar. 17, '62 ...................
Cain, Augustus C...................... .Mar. 18, '62 .......................
Cain, John S................................... M ar. 18, '62 .......................
Caldwell George..................... Mar. 17 '62.................
Carter, yatt ........ ............. Mar. 17. '62.... ................
Carraway, John M............................. Mar. 17, .... .....
Cawthorn, Stephen J..................... Mar. 18, '62 .......
Chisholm, Robert......................... Mar. 17, '62 .............. Commissary Sergeant.
Collier, James............................. ... Mar. 17, '62 ..... ......... Corporal.
Compton, Charles F......................... Mar. 17, '62 ............... ... Corporal.
Conner, Edward J ......................... ...... Mar. 18, 6...
Conner, W illis A................................ Mar. 18, '62 .... ...............
Conrad, D. ........................... ................... Died at Camp Douglass Prison, buried Oakwood
Culbreth, David..... ........ .. .................... Cemetery.
Daniel Elijah J........................... Mar. 17, '62...........
Daniel, Jonas....... .............. Mar. 17, '62 ........................
Deason, Abram........... .................Mar 17, '62....
Devone, Leonard H...................... Mar. 18, '62....
Dickson, John J.................. Mar 17, 6.. ......... Wounded, Aug. 20, '64; was at home on furlough
Drummond, James........... Mar 17, '62 ......... when Lee surrendered.
Dykes, John J........................ ... Mar. 17, '62...........


















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 16x


Roll Company D-6th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REXMAKS

Ellis, E. W.................... .......................................................... Died at Camp Chase, 0., Nov. 10, '64; .Grave No.
Ely, John R............................. .................... 445.
Oarrett, Henry K........................ May 2 April 2, Wounded at Chiekamauga, Ga., Sept. 19, '6;.
Glover, G. K ............................ ................. April 26, '
Grant, J. C..... ..................... April 26, '6
H and, Za ar h.................................. ar 18, '6 ......................
Harper, Wilson................................ Mar. 18, '62 April 26, '65 Imprisoned at.Fort Delaware.
Hare, Green B............................ Mar. 17, '62 .................... corporal.
Hawthorn, Benjamin...................... Mar. 17, '62 ........................
Hawthorn, Robert......... .... Mar. 17, '6 ........................
Hawthorn, William M................... Mar, 17, '0z .....................
Hibbard, Wilson............... Mar. 18, ........................
Hickman, George W......................April ..............
Higawith, Daniel J..... .... Mar 18, .......................
Holden, J. T.................................. Mar. 18, '62 April 26, '6b
Holloway, William J................... Mar. 1, ......................
Holton, W illiam H ........................... M ar. 18 ........................
Irwin, A llen........................................ M ar. 18, ................
Jackson, M V. B.............................. M ar. 17, ........................
Jewell, Daniel W........................ Mar. 17, ........ .......... Died at Camp Douglass.Prison.
Johnson, John D...................... ar. 1, .........
Johnson, John W.......... ........ Mar. 18, 'Ot April 26, 66
Johnsey, Charles B ..........ar. 17, ........................ 17
Jonas, Andrew.......... ...... June '6April 26 '65 Wounded at Reseac, Ga., May 14, '64.
Jones, Jona ...................................... M ar. 17, ........................
Jonas, W illiam P......... ........ ..... ar. 17, ........................
Kilgore, Arthur W......... Mar. 17, .....................
King, John P..................... ar. 17........................ Killed at Atlanta, Aug. 7, '64.
Kittleband, John............. ..........Mar 17, ........................
Koonce, Thomas B...... ...... Mar. 18, 6 .......................
Lashley, Peter.................. .......... M ar. 18, ........................
Lawrence, Peter P.......................... Mar. 17 ............
Lockhart, J. R.......................... Mar. 17, '6 April 26, '65
MoClendon Andrew J....................Mar. 18, ... .....
McDaniel, Samuel M................. Mar. 17, ....................
McLellan, Alex................................Mar. 17, '62 April 26, '65
Meadows, John W............................. Mar. 18. '62 ........ ...
Minchen. Nathaniel C............ Mar. 17, '6 ......
Mitchell, Thomas J......................... Mar. 17, '62 April 26, '65
Nickles, Joseph I......................... Mar 17, .................. Sergeant.
Oliver, Joshua................................ Mar. 17, '62 .......... ........
Perry, John J..................................... M ar. 18, .... ................
Pynee, Lewis W.......................... Mar. 18, '62...........
R dley Joseph D........................ Mar. 17, '62 .... ................
Richardson, James N........... Mar. 18, '62 April 26, '65
Riley, W illiam T.............................. ........................ April 20, '65
Rogers, Francis M......................... Mar. 17, '62.. ...........
Rogers, Peter L............ ....... Mar 17, '62.... ......
Rogers, Thomas L.......... ...... Mar. 17, '62 .... ..........
Scott, Samuel F.......... .... Mar 17, '62 ..................
Sexton, Alfred... .... ... Mar 17, '62 .......................
Shepherd, B. F.................................. Mar. 17, '62 April 20, '65
Simmons, Mercer........................ Mar. 17, '62 ...........
Stanton, Samuel F............................ Mar. 17, '62 .................... Sergeant.
Smith, Francis P............................. Mar, 17, '62 ................
Snell, Robert F.......... ..... Mar. 17, '62 ...................
Speights, Green................. .... ....... Mar. 17, '62 .... ................
Stapleton, David...... .............. ........ Mar. 17, 62 .......................
Starling, Solomon................... Mar. 17, '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Chickamauga, Georgia.
Steed, John R.................... .......... Mar. 17, '62 .... ................
Stone, John B........................... ....... Mar. 17, '62 ..................
Strickland, Simeon J.................. Mar. 17, '62 ....................
Toole, Calvin............................. ........................ .......
Toole. Hezekiah I. I............. .......... ...................
Waters, Frederick.................... Mar. 18, '62 ...........
Wills, John W..... ........ Mar. 18, '62 ..................
Wooten, Amos J............................. Mar. 17, '62 .... .......
Yon W esley C........................... .... M ar. 18. '62 ........................


Roll Company E-6th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
Henry 0. Bassett......................... ..... ....................... Killed in Mhrianna raid
ist Lieutenant-
William M. A. Harrell ................................... Resigned April 8, '6V.


















162 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company E-6th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN OUT. REMARKS.

and Lieutenants-
Frank Philips Jr............................ May '65 Promoted Captain and Adjutant, 6th Regiment.
William W. Brown Jr.................. ....... ........................ 2nd Lieutenant.
Hents C. Lewis................... ........ ........ st Sergeant promoted 2nd Lieutenant.
3rd Lieutenant-
W. W. Brown..............................Mar. '02 ........................ Promoted 3rd Lieutenant, Company E.
ENLISTED MEN.
Bassett, G. W........................ ............... April 26, '65
Bennett, D T..... ..................................... .....................
Benton, Joseph H........... ......... ..........
Bradley, Jesse................. ........ ..... April 26, 'O
Bracewell, Joseph..... ........ ... ......... April 26, '05
Bray, W. W...................... ....... Mar. '62 April 20, '65
Bullock, Nathan...........................
B ullock, N than ................................ ...... .......... ...............
Bunch, Daniel.................... ............ ........................
Bush, P. C ............... ........ ................ Died in Camp Chase, June 5, '65 grave No. 706.
Carson, Jam es........ .................... ............... ........................
Cooley, Seaborn ..........................................
Comerford, James E.................... Feb. 1, '62 ............Captured July 22 '64 at Atlanta, held a prisoner
until April 1, 65; paroled for exchange a few
days before the close of the war.
Courtney, John............................................................................ Died, Camp Chase, July 14, '65; grave No. 763.
Courtney, W illiam ...................... ................ ........................
C utts, Joseph J............. .......... ..... ........................
Cutts, William F. ;- .................. ............. ..
Davis John T........................... ................... ............
Deason, Abraham.................. .... Mar. 15, '62 April 26, '65
Dykes, James R.................................. ................
Everett, Robert P.................. ........ .. ..................
aw Jam es........................................ .................. .....................
Gavin, Stephen B............................ Mar. 28, '60 April 26, '65 Shot at Tunnell Hill, Ga., Feb. 18, '64.
Gibson, M artin.......... .................................... ........................
Gibson. William..... ................................
Giles, J. J............................................ Mar. ....................Discharged Nov. '64; cause, disability.
Griffin, Jefferson................................ Mar. '62 April 26, '65 Shot at Atlanta, Ga., July 22, '64.
Hall, Daniel..............................pril 26, '
H all, D aniel ................................................................ A pril 26, '65
Ham, Patrick............................ ... Magr. 10, Apri 26, '65
Ham, William D......... .... De. ...... .................. Died in hospital at Knoxville,'.Tenn.,,Jan., '63.
Hartsfield James W..................................
H arden, Felix G.......... ...... ........ ........................
Harrell. J. H ........................................... .... April 20, '65
Harrell, William.............................. Mar 28, '62 April 26, '05
Hermett, E. D ............................ April 26, '65
Hill, Denley................. .................................. April 26, '
H inson, A ndrew ...... .................................... ........................
Holden, J. T........................... ................... April 26, '65
Jackson, Thomas.................................................. ..... Died in Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery.
Jackson, W. A .......................................... .... April 20, '6O
Jenkins, Emanuel........... ........ ................ April 26, '65
Johnson, Gazaway.... ....... .. April '02 April 26. '5
K ing, John J.... ...... ......... ........................
Lacy, John............... .............. .. .... ..... ................
L acy, L ove........................................ ................... ......................
Lasiter, James M.............................. ...................................... Died, Camp Douglass.
L astinger, Clayton.................................................. .................
Latner, L. R........................................ Died, Camp Douglass Prison.
Lew is, A rthur..................................
Lockhart, J. R.. .................. ... .. ..... April 26, '65
McCrean. John........ ... ........ ...................... Died in hospital of disease, Sept. 25, '62.
McDaniel, Dos......... .................................. April 26, '65
M cDonald, Daniel..................... .......... .................. ......
McDonald, William P....................... .......... April 26. '65 Shot at Chickamauga, Ga., Sept. 19, '63.
Mais, David J ........ ................ ........................
Mays, James T ...................... .........................................
M miller, E noch...........................................................
O'Conner. William...................... May 18, '62 April 26, '65
Pate, Washington..........
Peacock, Abraham............... May '02.................. Died of disease at Richmond, Vs., Aug. 24. '64.
P itm an, A m on.................................. ................. .....................
Pitman, T. Harman................................... .... April 26, '65
P itm an, T hom as.......................................... .................. ............
Register, John D............... ...............................................
Register. Thomas........................ ..... April 2, '05
Richardson. J. N................... ................... ..... April 26, '05
R ivers Joel..... .............................................. ........................
R ivers, L ouis...................................... ......................................
Royals, William...................... ................. ............... Honorable mention.
Sapp, Anthony................... Nov. '62 April 26, '6 Wounded at New Hope Church, Ga., Mar. 28, '63.
Sapp. Renford......................................................... April 26, '65
Sexton. J. W........................................................... April 26. Wounded at Chickamauga, Tenn., Sept. 19 '63;
Sheherd. William H ................. ......... died Dec. 2. '6?.
Shie. Alexander.... ........ ....... ....................... ........ ...
Sim-ns, Henry G................ ..... April '62 April 26, '05















SIXTH FLORIDA INFANTRY

Early in the spring of 1862, the 6th Florida Regiment of Infantry was or-
ganized at Chattahoochee by the election of Jesse J. Finley as Colonel; Angus
McLean, Lt-Colonel and Daniel Kenan, Major. This Regiment was organized by the
State but immediately turned over to the Confederate service and was ordered to
report to General E. Kirby Smith at Knoxville, who was then Commander of the
Department of East Tennessee. There the 6th and 7th Florida Regiments and the
1st Florida Cavalry, Dismounted, were placed under the command of William G. M.
Davis as senior Colonel.

General Smith, with his command, was ordered to join General Bragg in his
march into Kentucky in pursuit of General Buel, who was then under retreat.
The 6th Florida Regiment went through the Kentucky campaign when General Bragg
retreated from the State before the offensive. Coming out of Kentucky, Colonel
Finley was ordered to occupy and defend Cumberland Gap against possible approach
by the enemy. After being relieved by General Gracie's Brigade, the 6th Florida
was ordered back to noxville where it remained the winter of 1863-63. In the
following summer, the Regiment was ordered to report to General Bragg at Chatta-
nooga.

The 6th Florida Regiment was in the bloody battle of Chickamauga. The Army
under the command of General Bragg, achieved a complete victory over the enemy
but remained a day on the battle field after the battle.

During the winter, the Confederate Army was reorganized and all the Florida
Regiments, then in the Army of Tennessee, were brigaded together, comprising the
6th Florida Regiment, 7th Florida Regiment, 1st and 3rd Florida Regiments (conso-
lidated), the Lth lorida Regiment and the 1st Florida Cavalry, Dismounted.

The Brigade participated in the battle of Missionary Ridge, and because of
the overwhelming numbers of the enemy, they were driven out of the intrenchments
and a large portion were captured in ascending the steep acclivities of the Ridge.
They were ordered to retire and were among the last to leave the Ridge. The
Confederate Army fell back to Dalton and there went into winter quarters. General
Joseph E. Johnston, succeeding General Bragg, assumed command of the Army.

The Brigade was in all the battles from Dalton to Atlanta, bearing itself
with its customary intrepidity and bravery. General Johnston was removed from
the command of the Army and succeeded by General Hood. The Brigade participated
in the battles of Atlanta and Jonesboro, in which General Finley was wounded.
The Brigade was with General Hood in his unfortunate and disastrous campaign
into Tennessee and after the retreat of the Confederate Army from Nashville,
it was transferred, with General Hood's command, to North Carolina and was in
the battle of Bentonville just before the surrender of General Lee at Appomatox.










SIXTH FLORIDA INFANTRY.

Early in the spring of 1862 the 6th Florida Regiment was organized at
Chattahoochee by the election of Jesse J. Finley as Colonel; Angus McLean,
Lieutenant-Colonel; Daniel Kenan, Major. This Regiment was organized by
the State and immediately turned over to the Confederate service and
ordered to report to Gen. E. Kirby Smith at Knoxville, who was then Com-
mander of the Department of East Tennessee. There the 6th and 7th Florida
Regiments and the Ist Florida Cavalry, Dismounted, were placed under the
command of William G. M. Davis as senior Colonel.
In the early spring of 1862 General Smith, with his command, was or-
dered to join General Bragg in his march into Kentucky in pursuit of General
Buel, who was then under retreat. The 6th Florida Regiment went through
the Kentucky campaign when General Bragg retreated from the State before
General Buel, who had been heavily reinforced and who had again assumed
She offensive. Coming out of Kentucky, Colonel Finley was ordered to occupy
and defend Cumberland Gap against a possible approach by the enemy. The
6th Florida Regiment was afterward relieved by General Gracie's Brigade,
and the 6th was ordered back to Knoxville where it remained in winter quar-
ters during the winter of 1862-63.
The Regiment remained in Knoxville until the following summer, when
General Smith's command was ordered to report to General Bragg at Chatta-
nooga In the meanwhile, however, Colonel Davis was commissioned a Briga-
dier General and the 54th Virginia was added to the Brigade, and Colonel
Trigg was assigned to the command of the Brigade as senior Colonel.
The 6th Florida Regiment was in the bloody battle of Chickamauga, in
the reserve corps of the first day's fight and ordered to make a charge on a
Federal battery of artillery. This charge was iiade by the Regiment alone
through an old field-the battery of the teenimy being on the crest of a ridge
about the center of the field. In making the charge it was enfiladed by the
battery of the enemy to its left, which was near eno,
















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 163

(COTINTUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN, OUT REMARKS.


Sm ith, John W ....... ............. ....... .. ..................... Sergeant.
Stewart, John ............................. Apri 26,'65S
Taylor Jasper. M ............ ........... ..... April 26, '65
Tindall, Moses................. M..ar.1,'62 April 26, '65 Shot at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., Nov. 10, '63.
White Jose h .................................... ........................ April 26, '65 Wounded severely in left shoulder and left hip.

W little, 0, lo^on A ........................ ....... ", W
Wilson, James Franklin ................... May 1261 Wounded at ChickamaugaGa., et.1 cap.
tured at Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 5, 64; carried to
Camp Chase, ., where he died Jan. 21,'65o
Williams, George F ....:...:. ..:May '61 April 26, 65 Woued s y di service.
Williams, S. J .................................. .............. Dled i Kentucky, burie in Lexngton Cemetery.
ork, John................d ...................... ............. .... Kentuckyngton Cemetery.


Roll Company F (Magnolia State Guards)-6th Florida Infantry.

I1 =- ------ -- --:
MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAES. IN. OUT. REMARKS

OFFICERS
Captains--
LawrJosephnce M. Whittaway................. 16, 61A i"2............Died at Columbus, Ga., hospital July 9, '62.
Joseph M. White......... ...............April 26, '65 1st Lieutenant, promoted Captain; wounded at
Ist Lieutenant- Chickamauga and disabled.
William D Simmons...... ...Oct. 16, '61 ........ .... Promoted 1st Lieutenant, wounded and disabled.
George W. Lesley.
3rd Lieutenants- .. ...................................... Killed at Chickamauga, Sept. 20, '63..
Junius L. Snellgrove.....
Jentus Lewis.. ro .. ......... ........ ..... sergeant promoted 3rd Lieutenant; killed at
Hent Knoxville.
James Ma ............................ ... ". ...... Promoted 3rd Lieutenant, captured in May.
James Mao ............... '61........................ promoted 3rd Lieutenant,
Battle, Henry ............ Oct 16 '61 ...........
Beasley, John ............ Oct. 16, '61................
Nlattey James FW........... Oct. 106 '61 ....................Corporal.
Blair, W illiam P ...** ....................... 1. 6 ........................ corporal.
Boswell Richard L......................
Britte, ohn.....
Buchanan, Thomas..........
Bullock, G K ....... .. .......... .... ....................
Busby, John ..... :::::::::::::::::::::: ......Died, Camp Uhase, Nov. 13, '64; grave No. 44b.
B utler, Job .............. ... ...... ....... . . .
Butler, John..... .. .... ....... .................................M musician.
Carpenter, James....... *...-- ....'.......... *.. Ari 26
Carpenter William ........ ........:::....... April 26,
Chaunel, John......... *.. .. .......... .......... 26, '6.
C chance, S ...................... ................ ... O .. ......................... C
Clark, William G ........... ct. 16, '61............ Corporal.
Cloud, M artin.............. ............................ ...
C ook H ard y .......... .. .................. ....................... A 'r Wh... ,m..
Crawford, Archibald ........... ........... April 2, '65 Wounded at Chickamauga, Sept. 19, '63
Davis, Jordan W ..... .. ....................................
Davis, W esley J..............................
Devane, Roberton C ........ ........................... ........
Derrick, II. M....... ...... ....... ..... ..................
.i.kcr..... .oKalbi..
Dickersn, o eKalb.. ....... .....O.: ct. 1 '01 ......................
Dykes, M oses....... ...
Emanuel. Aa............... .. e 15, '6 .............Wounded at Dallas. Ga.. May 28, '64, and dis.
Emanuel, John... ..... .... ........... .............. charged for disability June, '64.
Folsome, Francis M.... ..............
Gable J ............................... ied, Camp Chase, 0. 10,'64; grave No. 590.
G able J. 1) ..................... .......".. ....................... A p ri l 26 '65
Gabriel, Andrew J i... ::: "" .............. April 20, 65
G abriel, Jam es...................................
Garbett, Erasmus.........Serg.eant.
G arbett, Erasm us........ .... .............................. ............
(Garbett, Samuel........ .... ""'.... ............. ............ Sergeant.
Gay, John..... .......... ..... .........."'. ........ .....
Gay, Lewis D..... ................ ...............
Gay, Thomas B.................. ..............
Gibson, John..... ..........O...* 16, '61..... ....... Corporal
Glisson, Dennis.........:::: 6
G lisson, M arion......................... [ . .. .................
Glisson, W illiam...... ....... ."" ....... .. .. ... ...............
Goodman, Green ... ... ...............................
Glisson, William........
Goodman, Green G...
Goodman, M........ .....
Griffin, Le ................. ......... l. ,, .





















SEVENTH FLORIDA INFANTRY.

The 7th Regiment was mustered into service at Gainesville, Florida, in
April, 1862, with ex-Gov. Madison S. Perry as Colonel; Robert Bullock as
Lieutenant-Colonel, and Tillman Ingram as Major. The companies were com-
manded by Captains Roland Thomas (Roland Thomas resigned immediately
and was succeeded by Henry T. York), Co. A; James Gettes, Co. B; Philip
B. H. Dudley, Co. C; Simeon Vanlandingham, Co. D; Nathan S. Blount, Co.
E; William W. Sloan, Co. F; S. D. McConnell, Co. G; Wade H. Eichelberger,
Co. H; A. S. Moseley, Co. I; R. B. Smith, Co. K. The companies forming
this Regiment had been on duty at various points in Florida for several months
prior to their consolidation as the 7th Regiment, notably at Tampa and New
Smyrna, where they did excellent service. Soon after being mustered in they
were ordered to Tennessee to join Bragg's Army, with which it took part in all
theWcampaigns of the Army of Tennessee and surrendered but a handful of
men with Johnston at the close of the war.

Roll, Field and Staff-7th Florida Infantry.

MUSTERED MUBTERED
NAMES, IN. OUT REMABRS.
Colonels-
M. S. Perry........................ April '62 .... ... Resigned June '63.
Robert Bullock....... .... April '62 April 26, 65 Promoted Colonel June, '63.
Lieutenant Colonels-
Robert Bullock............................. April '62....
Tillman Ingram ............... April '62 April 2, '65
i an Ingram............................ April '62 ... .......... Promoted Lieutenant-Colonel vice Bullock pro-
moted Colonel.

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SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 171


Roll, Field and Staff-7th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
SAME IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Nathan 8. Blount.................... April '62 April 20, '65 Promoted Major vice Ingram promoted Lieuten-
Surgeons- ant-Colonel.
Thomas W. McCas....................... April '62 April 26, '65
Thomas P. Gary.................. .................................
Assistant Surgeon-
J. L. Lewis........................ .. April '62 April 26, '65
Adjutants-
1st Lieut. D. P. Holland................. April '62 .... ................
1st Lieut. Poschall...... ............ April '62 April 26, '65
Sergeant Major-
Quartermaster-
George Arnow.................... April '62 April 26, '65
Commissary-
John MePhaul.................... April '62 April 26, '65
Chaplain-
W J. McCormick.......... ............. .................... ............ ......... Resigned April 22, '63.
Quartermaster Sergeant-
Hospital Steward-



Roll Company A-7th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
Roland Thomas....................... Mch. 8, '62 ........................ Resigned when the Regiment was ordered to
Tennessee.
Henry F. York........................... ch. 8, '62 ........................ 1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain; wounded at
Missionary Ridge and captured; paroled from
prison on Johnson's Island at close of war.
Ist Lieutenant-
Lemuel B. Rhodes...................... Mch. 8, '62 April 26, '65 2nd Lieutenant; promoted 1st Lieutenant.
2nd Lieutenant-
Rance Carson.............................. Mch. 8, '62 April 26, '65 Promoted 2nd Lieutenant.
3rd Lieutenants-
W. J. D. Prevatt................. Mch. 8, '62 ....... ........... Promoted 3rd Lieutenant; died August 9, '62.
James Harrell ............... Mh. 8, '62 April 26, '65 Promoted 3rd Lieutenant.
Thomas W. Sweat...................... Mch. 8, '62 April 26, '65 Promoted 2nd and 1st Sergeants; then 3rd Lieut.
ENLISTED MEN.
Addison, William.............................................. ........................... Honorable mention at Chickamauga.
Alvers, James............................. M h. 8, '62 .... ................
Ammons, James......................... Mch 8, '62 ....................
Anderson, Leonard...................... Mh. 8, '62 ....................
A nderson, W illiam ..................... ....................... ........................
Barry, Nicholas J..................... Mch. 15, '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Atlanta July 22, '64.
Bohanan. Nathaniel......................... Moh. 8, '62 .. ............
Branning, Bejamin.............. Mch. 8, '62 April 26, '65
Bradham, Henry ............................. Mch. 8, '62 ........................ Died in hospital at Knoxville December 1, '62.
Brooks, George W........ ..... Mch. 8,, '62 .................... Sergeant.
Brooks, John A.............................. h. 8, '62 ....... ..... Corporal.
Brown, Benjamin J................... Mch. '62 ................. 1st sergeant.
Brown, Jerry F.......................... Mch. 8, '62 .... ................
Brown, John, Jr .................... ...... Mch. 8, '62 .... ..............
Buckhart, George..... .......... .. ....... ............... Died, Camp Chase March 13, '65; grave No. 1884.
Burnett, 8. H.... ... .. Mch. 8, '62 April 26, '65
Carlton, Stephen ................... Mch. 8, '62 April 26, '65 Shot at Resaca, Ga., May 1, '64.
Cone, Alfred D ............. .. Mch. 8, '62 ......................
Cone, Lewis.................................. Mch. 8, '62 .... ................
Craft, Charles....................... Mch. 8, '62 April 26, '65
Craft, John........................................ M................. ................. Corporal; promoted Sergeant; lost left leg at Dal-
las. Ga,, April 5, '64, for which he was discharged
Crawford, D. C.... ......... ..... .......................................... May, '64.
Crews, Pliny 0................................ Mch. 8, '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Resaca, Ga., May, '63.
Driggers, Simeon.......................... Mch. 8, '62 ....... ..... Died, Camp Chase prison February 9, '65; grave
.Dyre, Abraham............................... Mh. 8, '62 .................. No. 1140.
Dukes, George W...................... Mch. 8, '62 ...........
Fowler, Aaron............................. Mch. 8, '62 ............. Died in Kentucky; buried in Lexington Cemetery.
Fowler, James............ ........... Mch. 8, '62 ....................
Fralie, John........... ..................... M ch. 8. 62 .... ................
F ut h D J..................................... .............. .. .....................
Granthan, John W........................ Mh. 8, .......... Wounded at Franklin, Tenn., November 30 '64.
Groves, John...... ..... ..... Mh. 8, '62 ........................ Discharged '64, disability; wounded, Jonesboro
Badsock, Richard M........... M 8, '62............. Ga., August 31, '64.
Hamilton, Roderic P....................... Mh. 8 '62...........
Hammonds, James L..................... Mch. 8, '62 .... ........ Discharged, July, '62; disability.



















172 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company A-7th Florida Infantry.
(CoNTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT REMARKS.

Hancock, William.................... Mch. 8, '62 ...........
Harrod, Winburn A...................... Mch. 8, '62 ....................
Hinson, George W........................... Mh. 8, .... .... While at home on furlough he volunteered in
Captain Hutchinson's Co, and went into the
Holbrook J. I..................... ................. ........................ fight at Natural Bridge and there was shot in
Johns, Colonel A............................. Mch. 8, '62 ..... .......... right thigh.
Johns, James R...................... Mch. 8, '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., September 2, '63.
Johns, Jesse.... .......................... M ch. 8, 62 .... ................
Kelly, Joseph.............................. ...... M ch. 8, 62 .......................
Kerce, Richard B............................ Mch. 8, '62.... .......
Kerce, William C..............M............ ch. 8 62 .......................Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., September 19,
Kinsey, Lucius.......................... April '62 April 2, '65 '3.
Kite, James M............................ April 62...............
Knowles, James T........................... Mch. 8, '62 ................
Lamb John, Jr.......... .......... Mh. 8, '62 ....................
Lea, Jackson.................. .. .. Mch. 8 '62 .................... Discharged December '62; disability.
Lenord, Anderson............ ... Mh. 8, '62 ....................... 4th Corporal.
McKenny, Mathew L...... .... Mch. 8 '62 April 26, '65
McLeod, John B...... ................ ........................
Mann, Arrabel J............................... Mch. 8, '82 .... .......
Mann, Benjamin D.......................... Mh. 8, 62 ........................ Captured at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., November
27, paroled from Rock Island prison June 22,
'65.
Mann, William J............. .. ...... Mch. 8 '62 ..................... Died at Knoxville, Tenn., '63; disabled.
Markey, Adam L...................... ch. 8, '62...........
Markey, John H................. Mh. 8, '62 ...................... Wounded at Murfreesborough, Tenn., December
8, '64.
Mizell, Andrew W..................... Mch. 8, '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., November
M oore, J. H .................. .... ...................... .. .............. 25, '65.
Morgan, Oren L.. ............. Mch; 8, 62 ........................
Morgan, Sloman D ...... ...... Mch. 8, '62 ...........
Neal, Roan............... ...... Mh. 8, 62 April 26, '65
Norman, Daniel G. W.............. Mch. 8, '62 April 2, '65
Norman, Francis N...................... Mch. 8, '62 Apl 26 65 Wounded at Buzzard Roost Gap, Ga.
Norman, John C............................ Mch. 8, '62 April 26 '65 Shot at Buzzard Roost, Ga., February 25, '64.
Norman, I. N.............................. Mch. 8 '62 April 26, '65 Wounded near Marietta, Ga., July 2, '64; again
Osteen, Elias E..... ..... Mch. 8, '62 .............. at Murfreesborough, Tenn., December '64.
Palmer, Richard................. Mch ..............M......
Parrish, James........................... Mch. 8, '62 April 2 '65 Shot at Atlanta, Ga., July 22, '64.
Parrish, Oden......................... .......... Mch. 8, '62 ....................
Partin H. S............. ........... Mch. 8, '62 April 26, '65
Pinholster J. W..............................Mch. 8, '62 April 26 '65
Pope, W. .............................. Mch. 8, '62 April 26 '65 Captured and imprisoned at Rock Island Ill.;
paroled from there June 22, '65.
Redding, William A......... ........................ April 26, '65 Wounded near Dallas, Ga., February, '64.
Roberts, John............ .... ch. 8, 62 ....................
Roberts, John J............. ch. 8, 62 ....................
Roberts, Simeon............ ..... Mch. 8, 62 ....................
Sauls, Abram J......................Mc. 8, '62 .............
See, Jackson.................................... Mch. 8, '62.... .......
Shirley, William.............. Mh. 8, '62... ........
Simson, John............. ....... Mc 8, '62...........
Smith, Edward W................Mc 8, '62 April 26, '65 Was prisoner at Rock Island, Ill.; paroled from
Stricklin, William.............. ..... Mch. 8, '62 ............ ...... there June 21, '65.
Surrency, H. C........... ..... Mch. 8, '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Resaca, Ga., May 14, '64, and at
Sweat, John................... April 2 '62 April 2, '65 Nashville, Tenn., December 16, '64.
weat, Nathan............ ..... M.........
Tatum, John.......................... Mch. 8, '62 ...................Corporal.
Thomas, Edward W ........... Mch. 8, '62 ................. Corporal.
Tillman, John............................. Mch. 8, 62 ......................
Trail, David W .................... ...... Mch. 8 '62 ........................
Tucker George R. A ...........Mch. 8, 62 ............... Promoted Sergeant.
Varn, acob ..................... Mch. 1 '62 .................. Lost a hand at Chickamauga, Ga., September 19
Waters, Isaac............... ...... ................. April 26, '65 '63, and discharged.
Williams, Hezekiah C................. Mch. 8, '62 April 8, '62 Died at Frankfort, Ky October, '62.
Whitehead, John J........................ Mch. 8, '62 ...... ...... Died at Knoxville, '3.
Wilkson, John........................... Mch. 8, '62............
Williams, Abiham .......................... Mch. 8 62 ..............
Williams, H. C................................. M 8,62 .... .......
Williams, James B.................... Mch. 8, '62 ....................
Willis, Thomas C.............. M 8, '62 ......
Willis, William B M 8 ...... ... M '2 ............. Died in a Georgia hospital, '65.
Wynn, Ashley L........................ Mch. 8, '62 April 26, '65

Roll Company B (South Florida Infantry)-7th Florida Infantry.

MUSTEURD MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.
OFTICEBB.
Jame etti.................................. April 10. 2 ........................ Resigned, April 17, '63.


















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Roll Company B (South Florida Infantry)-7th Florida Infantry,
(CONTINUED )

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Thomas Mitchell................. April 10, '6 ..................... Promoted from private to 3rd Lieutenant, to 2nd
Lieutenant, to 1st Lieutenant, to Captain; died
in service.
W. E. Sweet............................ April 10, '62..... .......... Promoted from private to 3rd Lieutenant, to 2nd
Lieutenant, to 1st Lieutenant, to Captain.
Willis M. Johnson...... .... April 10, '62 ................... promoted Captain Co. B 7th Florida.
ist Lieutenants-
William B. Henderson................. April 10, '62 April 26, '65 Resigned '63.
John A. Henderson................... April 26, '05 April 10, '62 Promoted 1st Lieutenant, on resignation of W. B.
Hienderson and resigned.
and Lieutenant-
Robert F. Nurrey.......................... April 10, '62 .................. ... 3rd Lieutenant, promoted to 2nd Lieutenant, on
resignation of J. A. Henderson.
3rd Lieuteunants-
William 0. P'as............................ April 10, '2 ne 22, '5 rooted to 3rd Lieutenant, then 2nd Lieutenant.
J. ). Riggs... .............April 10, '02 l 1, .... ........ Promoted 3rd Lieutenant, vice Mitchell promoted
2nd Lieutenant.
ENLISTED MEN.
Addison, David J.. ............ ......... April 10, '62 ... ...........
Allen, Hiram.................. ........... Mch. '62 April 26, '65
A tkins, E li............................... ..... h. 2 ........ ..........
A tkins, H iram ................................. M ch. '62 .......................
Barnes, David W............................................. .................... Died, Camp Chase, Jan. 31,'63; grave No. 909.
Beal, George M ................ .......... Mch. '62 .......... ........
Boyett, George W.................... '.................... Shot at Kennesaw Mt. June, '64; captured, im-
prisoned at Camp Chase, O. Discharged by
parole from prison, March, '65; disability,
Brannon, F. L........................... ch. April 26, '65 Wounded at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., Nov. 25, '64.
Brockway, Simeon L................... ch ....... ....C oral.
Brown, William H............................ Mch. '62 ........ ....... st Sergeant.
Buchanan, William E...................... May 17, '6 .... .............. aroled from Camp Chase, close of war.
Campbell, Alfred S.......................... Mch. 10, '62 April 26, '65 Shot at Missionary Ridge, Ga., Nov. 25, '63; pro-
Campbell. William N......................... r 6........... ....... moted 2nd Sergeant and 1st Sergeant.
Carming, Robert.............................. April April 26, '65 sergeant.
Carney, W illiam ...................... .... A ril '6 ......... .........
Colem an, John................... .... '6 ......................
Cowart, Alexander J.................... April '6 ........ ...
Cowart, Benjamin F................. April '62 April 26, '65
Douglass, Robert..... ... ..... April '6...........
Ellis, T. B....... ................... .......April 26, '65
Gago, Alexander................................ April '62 ...................
Giving, Jasper T............................ April '62 ...................... Muician.
Giving, Joseph J........................ April 10, '62 .... ................
Graham A lexander.......................... ril 2 ........................
Graham, Daniel G........ ..... April '62 April 26, '65
Graham, George W.................. April '62 ....................
Grice, John A................................ April ............
Gunter, John .........................:....... M h. 15, '62 April 26, '6.
Henderson, Andrew A.................... Mch. 15, '2 .................. Musician.
Hendry, I. M........................... ........... April 2, '05 Captured at Murfreesborough, Tenn., Dec. 7, '64
and confined at Camp Chase, 0., and paroled in
'65.
Hendry, Joln 11................................ ..... ...................... Honorable mention.
Jam eson, Daniel.............................. April '62 .... ................
Johnston, Levi D .............................. April '62 ........ ...........
K een, Joseph........................ .. ....... A pril 2 .... ................
K jersey, George.... ....................... April '62 ........................
Krause, John H.....................................
Lanier, John H........... .... April '62...........
McKay John A..................... .... ... April 26, '65 Sergeant.
McLeod, Daniel........................April '62.... ......
McLeod, John B ........... April '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Chickamauga. Ga., Sept. 19 '63.
MoLeod, J. Ferdinand........ ... April '02 April 26, '65 Wounded at Murfreesborough, Tenn., Dec. '64.
McLeod, William........................ April '62 April 26, '63
M asters.................................... ..... April '62 ....................... Corporal.
Masters Lawrence H....................... April '62 April 26, '65 Corporal.
M isell, Enoch E................................ April '62 .... ................
Monte-de-Oca. Charles..................... April '62 ...................
Pages, Joseph.................................... April 62 ...........
Pappy, Charles......................... April '62 ...........
Platt, George............ ..... April 62 ............
Pollock Thomas........... ............. April '62 .... ................
Pool, Thomas................. .... April '62.... .....
Powell, Ambrose.................... April '6.... .....
Prine, Henry D............................. Aril '62...
Prine, James E....................... ..... ... April '62 .... .............
Rawls, William A. L...................... April '62 April 26, '65
Ressey, George................ April '6 ....................
R iley, Jam es F................ ............... April '62 ......................
Rogers, Julius D................................ April '62 May 3, '65
Rose, Lonn o D............................... April '6 ...........
Rum, Joseph Arl.................. April '62...........
Rushing, Theodore H.................. April '62 ........................
Rye, Erasmus........ .........April '62 .......................


















174 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company B (South Florida Infantry)-7th Florida Infantry.
(CONTIzUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OOT. REMARKS.

Ryner, Gasper.......................... April '62...
Sault A. J........ ....... Avril 20, '65
Simm ons, George.............. ....... ril '62 .... ...............
Sistrunk, Moses............................ April '62 .... ...............
Sloan, Elbert...... .......... April '62 April 26, '65
Sloan, Orvil..... ..... ..... ril '62 .... .............
Sm ith, George W .............................. .... .......
Stafford, Columbus...... ...... ..... .......ied of Ieumonia, Feb. 27, '03.
Stephens, Berrien ...... .. ...... April '62 ..............
Stephens, James A........ ................ April 26, '65
Stephens, John W ............. ... April '62 ........................
Stone, John P............... ...... A ............. ri. ... ...........
Tanner. Nathan.............................. April '62 May 10, '65
Tanner, Vincent.............................. April '62 ........................
Thomas, James H........................... April "62 April 26, '5
Thomas, Lewis A....................... April '62 ................. Sergeant.
Townsend, Adolphus................... April '62...........
Townsend, Elijah Jr................... April '6 ............Corporal.
Townsend, Lonnzo D............................ April 26, '05 Corporal.
Tuner, Arthur C ...... ..................... April ...........
V iph er, G ildeon .......... .. .......... ...... A r '6 ................
White, Abraham .... ... Ar '6 ........................
W hidden, Bennett........................ ... April '62 .... .........
Whidden, Elias................................ April '6 ............hot at Franklin, Tenn., Nov 10 '4; alsoBenton
W hidden, James.................................. April '62 ....... vile.
W hidden, W illiam............................April...
W white, Abram B................................ April 10, '62 .................
W white, John F.................................. April '62...........
White, James Houston....... ..... ........... ... Captured at Missionary Ridge, Dec. 27, '63; carried
White, William B............................April......... to Camp Chase where he died in '65.
W hitehurst, Lonnso .................... M .... .......
W hitton, Jesse................................ M h. '62 .... ......
Whitten, Wiloby...... ........ Mch. 62...........
W iggins, John R............................. Mch. '2.... .......
W iggins, M. L.................... ........ Sept. 12, '65
Wiggins, Willia'J............ Mch. '6.............
W illiams, James...................... pril '2............
W illiams, James G......... ..... pril '62 .......................


Roll Company C-7th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. BEMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
Philip B. H. Dudley .................. ch.b 20, '82 ...........
William E. June......... b. 20, '2 ........... 3rd Lieutenant; promoted Captain.
Ist Lieutenants-
Sam B. MLin ........................... Mh. 20, '6
Joseph J. Jones .....................Mch 20, '62 April "26"65 Private; promoted 1st Lieutenant.
william F. Sheffield ..........M ch. 20, '62 ............. Promoted let Lieutenant; shot at Jonesboro, Ga.,
August 30, '04, and died in hospital at Macon,
Ga., October 2, '64.
James Doig.................................. Mch. 20, '62 April 20, '65 1st Sergeant; promoted 1st Lieutenant.
2nd Lieutenant-
Solomon Warren.................... Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '65
3rd Lieutenant-

ENLISTED MIEN1.
Adams Jesse T...... ....... ch. 20, '62 April 2, '65 Wounded at Nashville December 15, '64.
Alexander, William E................ Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '65
Beckham, Marion J.................... M ch. 20, '62 April 26, '65
Beckham, Robert J ........................ 20, 62 ................. Catuerd, imprisoned and discharged from Rock
Island prison June '05.
Bennett Joseph A. R .......... Mch 20 '2 ............ Sergeant.
Hennett, L. Hiram............. Moh. 20, '62 April 20, '65
Bennett, Noah ........................ Mch. 20, 62 .................
Bennett, William ..........n ....... Mch 20, l 62 2 ..............
Bevil, R. H......... ......... Meh. 20, '62.......................
Blair, Isaac F..... ........... Mch. 20, '2 ........................
Bradshaw, John A.................... Mch. 20, 62 ......................
Brinkley, Nathan G...................... Mch. 20, 62
Brown, James J....................... Mbh. 20, '02 April 26,'65
Bryant, Asberry............. .. ..... Mch. 20, '62.......................
Burmucker James L.................... Mch. 20, '62 ..............::::... Sergeant.
Burnett, John W ...h............. Mb. 20, '02. ......




















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Roll Company C-7th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Carter, Henry.................... .... Mch. 20, '2 .... ....... .....
Cathcart, James...................... Mh. 20, '62..............
Cheasser, Joe...................... ... M h. 20 '62 ... ...........
Cheasser, Mathew........................ Mch. 20, '62 ..................Corporal.
Chitty, M. ................................. Mh. 20, '62 April 26, '6
Clark. Elishua H .............................. M h. 20, '62 ... ..........
Coulter Alexander....................................... ........ ... Discharged Nov. '62 and re-enlisted in 2nd Cav-
Davis, obert........................................ Mch. 20, '62 ....................... under Captain Chambers and served to close
war.
Dawson, George............... ........... ch 2 ..............h 20, '. ........ Captain of company; 4th and 5th Consolidated.
Dickinson, Mathew P............. Mch. 20, '02 ................
Denton, H. C........ ...... ... Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '65
Downing Thomas W....... .... Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '65
Dudley, James V. R....... ........ ch. 20, '62 .................. Killed at Missionary Ridge Nov. 25, '63.
Duffey, James....................... Mh. 20, '62 .................
Enfinger, W illiam E......................... Mch. 20, '2 .................
Gaissom, J. R. W........................... Mch. 20, '62 April 26, 65
G arrett, D rury .............................M. ch. 20, 2 ........................
Geiger, Enoch G .............................. M ch. 20, '62 .......................
Geiger, Joshua 1)............................ Mch. 20, '2 ....... ...........
Gornto Jame M ... ................. ..... h. 20, '62 ......................
Gunnell, Edwin S............................. Mch. 20, '62 .... ...............
Guthrey, John J............................... ch. 20, '62 ....... ...........
Hague, Archilaus........................ Mch. 20, '62 ..................
Hague, Henry B......... ......... ch. 20, '62 April 26, '65
Hague, John R.......................... ch. 20, '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Chattanooga, Dallas, Ga., May 27,
Hall. Daniel E................................. ch. 20 ... '64; Bentonville, N. C,
Heidt, Joshua....................................Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '65
Hill, W illiam John ............. ........... Mch. 20, '62 ........ .....
H ill, W illiam .................... .............. h. 20, '6 ........ ............
Holder, J. J. .............................. Mc. 8, '62 ........ ........... Captured near Harrodsburg, Ky., Oct. 2, '64; im-
Jackson, Andrew.............................. Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '65 prisoner and paroled at close of war.
Jackson, Andrew G......................... ch. 20, '62 ......................
Jordan, Edward P............................ ch. 20, '62 ................... Corporal.
Jones, Charles M...........................Mc.... eh. 20, '62 ............ Died in Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery.
Jones, Joseph A......... ..... ch. 20, '6 ........................
Keene, Moses.................................. Me. 20, '62 April 26, '6 Wounded at Mill Creek Gap, Ga., Feb. 22, '64.
Kennedy, Thomas S........................ Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '65Sergeant.
Knight, Thomas B.......................... ch. 20, '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Bentonville, N. C. Mar. 9, '65.
Koonie, Francisco................... ..... Mch. 20, '62 ........ .........
Kriminger, W M1..................M......... ch. 20, '62 ......... ........
Law, Robert Y. H............. .............. AMch. 20, '62 ....... ... .....
Link, Jacob ..................'62.......... 20, ........................ Wounded at Jonesborough, Ga., Aug. 31, 64.
Lisle, Andrew J................ ......... Mch. 20, '62 .................
MeCreight, James A.......................... Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '65
McKenstry, J. F. S. Sr..................Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '65
McKinney, George W .................... M h. 20, '62 ........................
McKinney, James H........................ Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '65
McRory, James A...................... Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '65
M alphurs, Jathan............................ Mch. 20, '62 ........................
Malphurs, William T................... h. 20 '62 April 26, '65
Mann, Edward B.......................Mch. 2 '62 April 26, '65
Miller, John M....... ............ ...... Mch. 20, '62 .................. Corporal.
Mooney. Pinkney J....................Mc. 20 '62 April 26, '65
Moore, Jeremiah H......................... Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '65
Odum, Edward........................ ........ ch 20 '62 ......... .........
Ormand, Robert T.......................... ch. 20 '62 .......................
Parchman, James M....................... Mch. 20, '62 ......................
Pheiffer, John W............................. Mch. 20, '2 .... .............. Transferred Co. C, 2nd Cavalry, Captain Chambers.
Pheiffer, Samuel U......................... Mch. 20, '62.... ................
Phillips, J. T............................... Jan. 13, '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Dallas, Ga. May 28, '63.
Polk, Henry..................... ....... Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Tunnell Hill, Ga., February '64.
Polk, John..................................... M ch. 20, '62 .... ................
Polk, Samuel................................M 20, ................... Captured at Kingston, Ga., December 17, '64 and
Imprisoned at Camp Chase, O., till close of war.
Prescott, Samuel T........................ Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '65Wounded at Atlanta, Ga., July 22, '64,
Prescott, James H........................ ch. 20, '62 April 26, '6
Renfroe, Nathan G......................... Mch. 20, '2 Aril 26, '65
Riggs, George 8................................ Mch. 20, '62... ........
Richardson, Henry.................. Mch. 20, '62.......
Robbins, John J......................... Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '65
Robinson, J. H............................... Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '65
Robinson, S. McB......... ..... Jan. '62 April 26, '65
Robertson, William H................... Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '65
Roseman, George W...................Mch. 20, '62 ... ...
Sapp, Elias............... .... Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '65
Sapp, Henry H......................... Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Atlanta, Ga., July 20, '64.
Sapp, Russell................................. Mch. 20, '02 April 26, '65 Discharged February '64 for disability, but re-
Sapp, Shadrick............................... Mc 20, '62 .... ...... enlisted.
Eagle, F. V................................. ch. 20, '62 April 26, '65
Shuford, G. W............................... Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '65
Shuttleworth, Thomas.................... Mch. 20, '62 ..................
Slaughter, Samuel.......................... Mch. 20, '62.......................
Stakes, Compton W..................... Mch. 20, '62 ... ........



















176 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company C-7th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Stuart, Jones Murray....... ........ Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '65 Transferred 1st Battalion, Hopkins' 10th Florida
Stephens, William ..................... Mch. 20, '62 .............. Regiment.
Sturman, James E........ ........... Mch. 20, '62..... ..... Sergeant.
Swindle, Henry............................. Mch. 20, '2......
Swindh, Owen............................ Mch. 20, .... ....Captured, imprisoned and paroled from Camp
Thomas, Charles............................ Mch 20. Chase at close of the war.
Thigpen, John C ......................... Mch. 20, '02........
Tompkins, John H................:........ Mch. 20, '62 .................
Thompson, Isaac L........................Mch. 20, '2 ...........
Thompson W. Nayler ..................ch. 20, '62 April 20, '65
Titles, Taey............................. Mch. 20, '02 April 26, '05
Turner, Elias ................................ Mch. 20. '62 April 26, '65
Turner, W illiam ........................ Mch. 20, '62 .... .......
Vanlandingham, James M............... Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '65
Vanlandingham, W. M................ Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '65 Wounded twice at Kennesaw Mountain July, '64;
Valantine. Jesse M........................ Mch. 20, .... ......... Nashville, '86.
Vaughn, Willis H........ ......... Mch. 20, '02 ..............
Watlington, George M...... .... Mch. 40, '2 ........... Corporal.
Watson, Joshua G........................ Mch. 20, '02 ...........
Watson, Samuel N............. Mh. 20, '62 ..................... Discharged from Camp Douglass at close of war.
W atson, W J................ ........... Mch. 20, '62 .... .......
Williams, James W.................... ... 20, '2 ........................ Sergeant.
Williams, John W..... ........ Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '65
Wynn, Richard E......... ............ Feb. '62 ...................... Died of disease at Knoxville, Tenn., November
Zetrover, Albert T....... ..... Mch. 20, '62 ................. 19, '62.
Zetrover, James C............. Mch. 20, '6.... .....


Roll Company D (Alachua Rebels)-7th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
Tillman Ingram................. April 2, '62 .................. Elected Major, promoted Lieutenant-Colonel.
S. C. Vanlandingham..... .... April 2, '62 ................... Promoted Captain, died in prison hospital, Aug. 8,
'64.
Daniel C. Hart............................ April 2, '62 April 26, '65 Promoted 3rd Lieutenant, April, '62, promoted
t Lietenants Captain, Aug., '64.
Archibald A. Maulden................. April 2, '2 ....... .....Promoted 1st Lieutenant, killed Aug. 31, '4.
John Clowney............. ..... April 2, '62 .......... Resigned Mar., '62.
James A. Grigsby .................... April 2, '02 April 26, '65 Promoted 1st Lieutenant, Sept., '4.
and Lieutenant-
Andrew E. Burnside..... ... April 2, '62 ........................ Elected 2nd Lieutenant; resigned Jan., '64.
.3rd Lieutenant-
ENLISTED MEN. ,
Armstoff, John...........................
Arnow, George J......................... April 2, 2 ........................ Promoted Reg. Q. M., rank of Captain.
Avera, Alexander....................... April 2 '02...
Avera, Joseph H........................... April 2, 2..Shot at Resaca, Ga., April 13, '64.
Avery, James A............. .... April 2, '2 ....
Bailey, Casermo 0.......... ..... April 2 '62 ....
Bailey, Ch rles.................. ......... April 2 '62 ....
Baker, F. T............ .... April 2 '62 April 26, '05
Baxter. William M............ April 2, '62 April 20, '05 Shot at Marietta, Ga., May 10, 6
Bennett, Harry L...... ........ April 2, 2 ...
Bennett. Noah...... ..... ......... ril 2, '2 ....
Bennett, Jake............................ April 2, '62 ...
Bennett, W M............................... April 2, ...
Blitch, Marion............................ April 2, '62
Blitch, Thomas L......... .... April 2, '2 ....
'Clarke, James A............. ... April 2, '02 ...
Clark, John..... .................... April 2, '62 ...
Com pton, Thom as.............................................. ........................
Daugherty, Peter........................ April 2, '62 .................
Davis, John G..... .................. April 2 '62 .... .......
Denton, Harris C.............A...pr 2........ April 2, ...
Denton, James I................................ April 2, '2 ......... ........
D riggers, Noah H .............................. April 2 '2 ......... ........
Eunis, Mathew............................... Aril 2 ..
Fletcher. W illiam G.......................... April 2, '62 ........ ...........
Floyd, Marion G......................... A ril 2, '6 .......................
Freem an, George....... ............ April 2, '6 .......................
Galbreath, John A................... April 2, .......................
Gore, John..... .... .. ..... Ap i 2 ....................
Grissom, W alter J.... ................ April 2 ....................
Guthrie, Abram .................. April 2, '6 ...............




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 177


Roll Company D (Alachua Rebels)-7th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Hitheox, Joseph B................. April 2, '2 ...................
Highsmith, John M.......... .......... April 2, '62 ....................
Hinnant, William Q........................ April 2, '62 ................ Musician.
Hinson, Robert H....................... April 2, '62 April 26, '65
Hedge, Elishua ................................ ........... ....
Hodge, James T.................................... ril 2 62 .......................Killed in battle.
H orn Bennett.................................. April 2, '62 .... ...............
H orn, He ry...................................... April 2, '62 ........................ Killed in battle.
H orn, W illiam A............................... April 2, 62 .... ................
Howell, Kinchen H........................ pril 2, 62 ....................
Hudson, James B...................... April 2, 62 ...................
Huggins, George ..............................
Ingram. Frank G........ ... April 2, 2 .......................
Jackson, Benjamin F. ........... April 2 '62 ....................
Jenkins, Nicholas.......................... April 2, 62........................
Jonas, Andrew................................... ril 2, '62 ........ ............
Jones. Henry................. April 2, 6....................... ....
Lewis Jam e ................................ ... rl 2, '02 ... ........
McCain, Julius C............................... rl 6 April 20, '65
McCain. Littleberry................ Apr 2 62....... rl.... '
McKinney, Charles J.................... April 2, '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Missionary Ridge, Peach Tree Creek,
Maphurs, Isham.................. Ar 2 .......... pr 2 ... ....... Ga. and Saultsburg, N. C.
alphurs, Jason................. Aprl 2 ....... ri .... ...........
M alphurs ....................................... April 2. '62 .... ................
Mal:)hurs .......... ..... ..... April 2, '62 ....................
Marshall, Robert....................................
May, M. M..... ................ ........ April 2, '62 April 26. '6
Mills, J. C. H..................................... April 2, '62 April 26 '65
Mills, William ................................ ril 2, '62 April 26, '65
Moore, Lewis H ............................ April 2, '62 ....................
Nobles, Ananias...... ......... April 2, '2 ...................
Nobles, Joshua......... .....April 2, '62 ..02................ Died of pneumonia at Knoxville, Tenn., Nov. 2, '62
Nobles, Leonard............................ April 2 '62 April 26,
Ogelsby John J........................... .....
Orbits, Louis...................................... April 2, '62 .......................
Pardee. Frank A............................ April 2, '62 April 26, '65
Pardee, H. E ................................ Apr 2 '62 ................... Sergeant.
Parker, B. F ............................... pril 2 '62 April 26, '65
Pearce, Bryant...... ................ April 2, '62 .......................
Pearce, Edwin...... ..... ............ pril 2, '62 .....................
Pettes, William H................ pril 2, '62.......................
Philips, H enr A ...... .................. ... ......... ......................
Philips, J. T ............................. April 2. '62 April 26, '65
Pinkston, Willis K................ .... April 2, 2...........
Raulerson, Moses L........ .... April 2, '62 .............. Corporal.
Revil, John R................................ Apr 2, '62 ..................
Richardson. Henry 8........... ....... April 2 '2 .......................
Richardson. John G .................. April 2, 62 ..................... Sergeant killed in battle.
Richardson, William T................... April 2, '62 April 26, '65Wounded at Resaca, Gc., May 13, '64; also at
Rooks, Frank......................... ................. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 17, '64, promoted Serg't.
Rooks, James F..... ..... .... April 2, '62 ..............
Sapp, Josia ............................. April 2, '62 .............
Sapp, William................... April 2, '62 .................
Shaw, H enry................... ........... ...... ... .................
Shuford, George W......................... April 2, '62 April 26, '65 Sergeant.
Shearrouse, Lewis............................. ril 2, ...... .......
Eagle, F. V................................... April 2, '62 April 26, '65'
Simonds Harvey ....................... April 2, '62 .......................Musician.
lade ............................................. April 2, '62 .......
ith, M artin......... ..................... A ril 2 ....... ....
Sparkman, Edward........................ April 2, '6 April 26, '65
Sparkman, Frank M........................ril 2..........
Sparkman, .ewi............. ..... April 2, '62 ..................
Sparkman, Lewellyn.......................... April 2. '62 .................
Sparkm an, W illiam M ...... ......... April 2, '2 ........................
S trickland W illiam ....... .................................................................
Sweat, John...................................... April 2, '62 April 26, '65
T horton, M oses,. ... ....................... ................. ............. .....
Tillis. Joseph D................................ April 2, '62 ...................
Tillls Thom as ......................... ......................... .. ..... .....
Tillman, l)aniel M ......................... ril 2, ........................ Imprisoned at Camp Douglass, Il. and paroled
Thomas, Charles.......................... April 2, '62 April 20. '65 from there June 27, '65.
Turner, Benjamin C.......................... April 2, ........................ Died, Camp Chase, Mar. 24, '05; grave No. 1743;
Turner, Elias.................................. April 2, '62 ....... ......... honorable mention.
Turner, Jam es S................................ April 2, '6 ........................
Turner, Jonathan G ................. April 2, '62 .................. 1st Sergeant.
Turner, T. 0............................... April 2. '6 ........ ......... Die from wound received in battle.
Turner Thomas T...........................April 2. '62 ........................ Wounded, captured, and died in prison.
Varnadoe, I. L........................ April 2. '62 April 26, '65
Whidden, Bennett......................... ril 2, '2 ...... ..... Wounded at Chickamauga and Murfreesborough
captured and paroled from Camp Chase, O.
Whidden, John................................. April 2, ........ .... Captured at Nashville, Dec. 10, '04; paroled a
Wiggins, Benjamin........................... April 2, '2 .............. close of war.
W iggins, Burrel........................... .. ............ ...........


















178 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company D (Alachua Rebels)-7th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)

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W iggins, George.................... ... April 2, '62.... ................
Wiggins, Perry.................... April 2, '62...........
W illie, M ark...................... .. April 2, ......... ........
W ilkie, W illiam ............................. April 2, '6 ........ ........
Wilkinson, Charlton............. .. .............
Yearty, Jacob............ ... April 2 '62 ................ Killed in battle.
Yearty, William E....................... Apr 2, '2 April 26, '65 Wounded at Franklin, Tenn.; Bentonville, N. C.


Roll Company E (South Florida Bull Dogs)-7th Florida Infantry,


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OFFICERS.
Captains-
Nathan S. Blount ..... ........ April 10, '2 ... ...... Promoted Major.
John W. Whidden....................... April 10, '62 April 26, '05 1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain.
ist Lieutenant-
Simon Turman............................. April 10, '62 ...................... Promoted 1st Lieutenant'63.
2nd Lieutenants-
Zachariah Seward........................ pril 10, '6 ...................... Resigned June 20, '63.
Solomon D. Johnson............ April 10, '62 .................Corporal, promoted 2nd Lieutenant.
3rd Lieutenants-
William H. Mansfield.............. pril 10, '62........................ Resigned June 21, '63.
W. H. Johnson............................. ..................... April 26, '65 Sergeant; promoted 1st Sergeant; 3rd Lieutenant.
ENLISTED MEN.
Altman, Lewis......... ..... April 10, '62 April 26, '65
Altm an, W illiam ............................... ril 10, 6 ....... .......
Barton, Washington J..................... ril 10, ..... ......
Blount, Owen R........................ .... April 10, '62.....
Brown, D aniel M ............................. A pril 10, '62 ........ ............
Brown, Rigdon...... .... Aprl .................. .Died in Kentucky; buried in Lexington Cemetery.
Brown, William................................ April 10, '62 April 26, '65
Campbell, A. 8....... ......... ....... .... April 26, '65
Carlton, Reuben................... pril 10, '62...........
Carlton, Wright............. April 10, '6 April 26, '65
Cutheart. William R....... ........ April 10, ... ........
Cook, Wilson........... ....... April 10, '62..............
Coplin, Jacob J............. ... April 10, '2 ......... ........
Cornelius, Levi W........... 62............ 10, Sergeant.
Crum, 1). J.................. .... 7, '62 iei ofneumonia in hospital at Columbus, Ga.,
Davis, James....... ..... .......... pril 10, '2 ................ June 20, '62.
Triggers, Henry W................... pril 10, ...........
Durrance, Uriah R......................... pril 10, 62 .........
Ferguson, Jam es 1).......... ............... April 10, '2 ...... ...........
Fletcher. James L.......................... A ril 10, ...................
Friar. William H. HI..................... April 10, '62 ..
Gaskins, J m e ................ ..... A.ri 10, '62 ..................
Ga, Willird H.................. pril 10, .... ............ t Sergeant.
Geiger, Joshua D.......................... M 10, ............ .... Died at Greenville, Tenn., April 13, '63.
Hancock, Jam es T ........................... April 10, '6 ......................
Hancock, Jeremiah .......................... April 10, 6 .....................
Hancock, Morton J.......................... A ril 10, 6 ..................
Hendry. Albert J...................... April 10, '6 ..
Hendry. Edward T.......................... April 0, '60
Hendry, James M...........................April 10, 2
Hill, enry R .......... pri.................. April 10, .......... ... Lost eye from smallpox while in prison at Camp
Hilliard. William A......................... April 10, '6 ...Chase, 0., paroled from there at close of war.
Hooker, W illiam J........................... r ....
Hull, Stephen................................. l 1 .... ... Corporal.
Jackson, John ............................. ri 10, .... .......
Johnson William R........................ Ari 10, '62 ..... ... Sergeant.
Jordan, Daniel C. B........................ April 10, ... ........
Keen, Andrew J........... ............... A ril 10, .... .......
Keen, James M.......................... April 10, ..........
Killpatrick, George W............... April 10, '62 ....
McAuley, Robert W........... ....... April 10, '62 April 26, '65 Corporal. *
McAuley, William M...... .......... April 10, '62 ........... Promoted Sergeant.
McClelland, Mayfield................. A ri 10, '62...................... Corporal.
McClelland, Silas L......................... April 10, '62 ... ......
McClelland W illiam ......................... A ril 10, .... ......
Marsh, William P........... .... April 10, '2 ...........
O'Neil, John C............................ April 10, '2 .... .............
Parker. Lewis H................. ........ April 10 '6........
Patrick, Archibald...........:: April 10, '6 April 26,"'65 Wounded at Jonesborough, Ga., August 31, '64.
PearceThomas C........... ...... April 10, '62 ............ Sergeant.
Phillips, J,. T ............ ......................... .......... .. April 2 '65
Platt, David H.............................. April 10, 2 ... .......
Platt, William C.............. ... April 10, '62 ..........




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 179


Roll Company E (South Florida Bull Dogs)-7th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


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Pitts, James B.............. .... April 10, '62 ..................
Pitts, William C................. April 10, '62 ..................
Pollard, John J........... April 10, '62 ....................
Rogers, W illiam P .............. .... A ril 10, '2 .... ................
Romer, Alexander.... ............ April 10, '2 ...........
Seward, Felix J................... ..... April 10, '62 ........................ Sergeant.
Seward, Jam es R .................... ...... ril 10 '2 .... ................
Seward, Richard A........... ....... april 10, '2 .... ...............
Shepherd, William H................... April 10, '62... ...........
Shepherd, William W ..........April 10 '62 .................
Smith, James E.... .....................April 10, '62 .....................
Sullivant, Reley B............................. April 10, '62 ..................
Thompson, E. W....................... April 10, '62 April 2, '65
U nderhill, John ............................... A april 10, 2 .......................
Varn, Josiah. .................................... April 10, '2 .......... ........
Varn, W illiam B1......... ......... April 1 '2 ........................
Waldron, Daniel............................. pr 10. '62 April 26, '65
Weeks, Carry P.................... April 10, '62 Apri 20, '65 Wounded at Resaca, Ga., '04.
W elch, ........... .............................. pril 10, '62 ....... .............
Whidden. Maxwell........................ pril 10, '62 ...............
Williams, James W................ April 10, '2 .......
Wi liams, John A........................ April 10, '62April 26, '65
Williams, Nathan......... .......... April 10, '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Jonesborough July 2, '64.
Woodward, John C............ ......... april 10, '....


Roll Company F-7th Florida Infantry.


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OFFICERS.
Captains-
William W. Sone....................................... ..... Resigned May 18, '63.
J. R. Miell....................... ....................... April '65 Promoted from 1st Lieutenant to Captain and
ist Lieutenants- captured at Missionary Ridge.
Michael J. Doyle................ ........................... April 26, '65 Promoted from 1st Sergeant to 1st Lieutenant.
C. C. Hart.................................................... April 20, '65 Promoted 1st Lieutenant, Co. F, 7th Florida
and Lleutenant- Regiment.
3rd Lieutenant-
George W. Collins.... ....................... ......... .....
ENLISTED MEN.
Alsabrook, Thomas T..................... ....................... Corporal.
A lsabrook, Jam es A ........................ ..............................
Aneritt, Luke....................... ... ........... ......... April 26, '05
B arrington, John ........ .......... ........... .......... ........................
Barton, James W ........................ ..............
Base. Crawford ....... ...... .......... ..............
Baker, Joseph F .......................... ....... .......
Baker, John 1)..................... .......... .............
B ennett, W illiam 8.........................................................................
Bennett. James L............................................. April 2, '65 Wounded at Jonesborough, Ga., '64.
Black, G. E................................ ........ April 26, '65
B um ink, M iles............ ............... ..... ............. .............. .....
Branch, William B .....
Crenshaw, James M......... ........ ..C. ororal; died Camp Chase prison November 4,
Champlin, Levy G................................ '65; grave No. 1544.
Collins. David.... ....... ...........................
Collins, James A.................. ...
Cook, W illiam ........... ........... .......................
Crum David................. ... ......................
Curry, James.......................................
Cuvtey, Russell........ .............................
D aniels, W iley R .............................. ... ..........................
Daniels, William A........... .... April '2 May 14, '65Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga.; captured and im-
Drawdy Benjamin............ ............ ............... prisoner at Rock Island, Ill., until close of war.
Emanuel, Amos......................... ..... June '61 Apr I '65
Fussell, J am es ................. .............. ....... ............. ............
F ussell, B enjam in A ........................ ........................ ........................
F u sell, Jam es .................................. ......................... .......................
Fussell, Jam es C ............................... ..... ...... .. .
Fussell. Obed................... ......................... ............ ...
Fussell, William S............. '62............... h. '62 ... ........... Died in hospital, Knoxville, Tenn., November, '62.
Glenn, John R............................ Sept. 18, '62 April '65 Shot at Stone Mountain, Ga., August, '64.
Grant, Christopher C......................................... April '5 Promoted Corporal.
Harris, Stephen..................... ...................... April '65,
Harris, Thomas.......................................... .. ... ..........
Hawkins, Joseph R............................................. April 26, '65 Discharged from Camp Chase, at close of war.
ays, George F.................................... ..... April 26, '65


















180 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company F-7th Florida Infantry.
CONTINUEDD.)

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H odges, Jam es S................................................. .................
H odges, W illiam ............ ...............................................................
Houston, J. R.......................................... ............. April 26, '65
Ivey, D C......... ........................... ........................ April 26, '65
JenkL ns, John T ................................ ........... ..........................
Joiner, M athew J.............................. ...................... .............. ........
Joiner, R andall................................................. .. .................
Jones, David C....................... .......... '61 April 26, '65
Jones, John R ....................... .........................................................
Jones, William R............................ .....
Kershaw Cade .............................. ... Corporal captured, imprisoned at Rock Island
Lee, A. ......................... ........................... April 26, 65 and died in prison.
Lee, Eli A..... .......... ........ ........ ................ April 26, '65
Lisk, W illiam ............................................................. ................... Honorable m mention.
M cLaughlin, Littleton...... .................................... ........................
M asters, E dw in D ............................ ........................ ........................
M asters, L u ke.................................... .................. ........................
Matchett John W..... .......... .......... .... April 26, '65
Meeks, William S...... ........ ........ .. .... April 2, '
Merritt, Josiah....................... ............................... ..... Died in Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery.
Merritt, Luke......................... Mch. '61 April 26, '65
M erritt, W illiam ............................ .... ... ....................................
M inshen, A rchibald.......................... ........................ .............. ....
Mitchell, James................................ April '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Atlanta, July, '64.
M obley, George R ..... .............................. ........................
M oorm an, W P......... .................................... ......... April 26, '65
Mott, Luke.............................................. ............... April 20, '65
M urphy, W illiam W ......................................... ........................
N esbit, W illiam R .................................................... .................
Padg tt, H opkins.............................. ................................................
Padgett, John............................. April 20, '5
1Pierce, John N.............. .................... .................................
revatt, Charles M......... ........................... April 26, '5 Shot at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 19, '64; and
died June 19, '73.
Prevatt, John M ...................................... ... : ...... ................... Sergeant.
Purdum W illiam J.............................................. April 20, '65
Rauterson, Wade H.......... ......... ...............
R auterson. W illiam J...... ..........................................................
Reddit, John T............... ..............I. ............. April 26, '65
Roberts, Robert W .......................... ....................... April 20, '65
R obinson, Chesterfield G .............. ..................................... ..........
R obinson, W illiam J............................................. ...................
Sim m ons, A ndrew J...................... ... ......................................
Simmons, Robert W........................................... April 26, '65
Simmons, William I..........
Smith, Henry A ........................................ April 20, '65
Smith, Lewis..
Smith, Warrer ..rl 2*. ii, Corporal; promoted 1st Sergeant, wounded Aug.,
Snow, Lewylen E.............................. .................. ......... ............. 64; and in hospital at Macon, when surrendered.
Solomon, W illiamn.... ..................... ........ ...............
Spider, Edward W .............................. .................. ........ .... .. Sergeant.
Spivey, George W.............. .... ........ April 26, '65 Corporal.
Studying, W illiam J............... .......................... ........................
Sylvester, R am on H ....................... ................. ........................
S ylvester, R ollin ................................ ........................ ........................
Townsend, Edward........ ............... ....... .......... .........
T ow nsend, John ........................................................
T ucker, Jam es M .......... ..... ..... ........................ ...............
Waters, John W........................ .......................April 26, '65
Wheeler, James F ::::............::::::::::: ....-:: : :: ....... ..: : :: 1st Sergeant; wounded and disabled.
W illiam s, A braham F.................... .......... ........ ........................
W illiam s, Alexander K ............... ................. .................
Williams, lBlamey
Williams. Irvin J A'.il 2*,. .~ I.l .I in hospital at Knoxville, Tenn., of brain fever
W illiams, It. F ........................................... ... April 20, '65 May 30, '03.
W illiam s, W illiam 8..................................... ................
W ills, H artley...... ......................
W illson. J. W ..............................
W afford, John .................. ............
Yates. Jam es F .. ............... ...... .. ....... ..i .....


Roll Company G-7th Florida Infantry.


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OFFICERS.
Robert Bullock............................ April 11 2 ........................ Promoted Colonel.



















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 181


Roll Company G-7th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)

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NAME IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Samuel D. McConnell.................... April 11, '62 April 26, '65 PromotedCaptain;woundedatChickamauga,Frank-
ist Lieutenant- lin, Tenn., also at Resaca, Ga., May 14, '64.
Benjamin F. Priest...................... .................................... Wounded at Resaca, Ga.
2nd Lieutenants-
Dozier Broome.. ........................... ... Promoted Ordnance Officer for Regiment.
Edward Roux..... .................................................. Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; wounded at Resaca,
3rd Lieutenants- Ga.
Simon Helvingston....................... April 11, '62......
Charles Pasley...................................... ......... ................. Promoted 3rd Lieutenant; Appointed adjutant;
killed at Nashville, Tenn.
ENLISTED MEN.
Atkinson, Edward........... ... ..................... .............. Captured at Missionary Ridge.
Barco, Thomas........... ..... .. .........
Barnes, John A.............................. April 11, '62 ............Corporal.
Baucknight, Caleb........................... April 11, '62.... ......... Sergeant
Bauknight, Ottis A.................... April11 '62 .......
Blackman, John ............................ Apr 11, ............ Wounded at Bentonville, N. C., March 19, '65.
Broome, John D ..........................April 11, '62 ............Sergeant.
Browne, Zehinah...................... 11 '62.......... Captured at Frankford, Ky., and died in prison.
Blitch, James 8 ................................ April 11, '62 ...........
Bruton, Napoleon B..................... April 11, '62 .................
Bruton Samuel B ......... ......... April 11, '62 ...........
Caneield, ......... ............... ........... April 11, '62 .. .........
Carter, George ........................ April 11, '62 ................. Died at Knoxville, Tenn.
Carter, Ira .......................................... A april 11, '62 ............ ...
Carter, John...................................... April 11, '62 ...... .... Captured at Missionary Ridge.
Carter, J. M. T ........ ...... r 11, Apr il 26, '65 Shot at Franklin, Tenn., '64.
Carter, Michiel............. ril '2........................ Captured at Jonesboro.
Caulfield, James S.................. April 11, '62.................. Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Chandler, William A...........April '62...... ..... 11,
Clarke, John I............. ....... April 11, '62 .....
Colding, Henry H....................... A...... Wounded near Decatur, Ga., July 22, '64.
Cothran, Jackson.......................... April 11, '62 ..........
Creroson, Walter R.................... April 11, '62 ...:.......
Crutehfield, Ansom B.............. April 11, '62 ...........
Crutchfield, Pomp.............................. April 11, '62 .................... Wounded at Franklin, Tenn.
Deas, Benjamin......................... April 11, '62 ..........
Deas Joshua .................................. April 11, 62 ..................... Died in Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery.
Dickinson, Elijah.................. .Api1,'8.l1,6
Dunn, John F.......................... April 11, '62... .....
Dupree, Louis F............. ... April 11, '62 .......
Dunning, William Sumter................ April 11 '62 .. ...Corporal; captured at Frankford, Ky.
Eus, rvin..................... ....... April 11, '62 ......... .. Killed at Peach Tree Creek, July 20, '64.
Eunis, Henry................................. April 11, '62 .... ......
Floyd Erwin.............................. .... April 11, '2 ......... ........
Fort, Josiah J.......................... A ri 11, '62.................
Geiger, Alexander............ ........... April 11, '62 .... .. Killed at Resaca, Ga.
Geiger, George.................................. April 11, '62... .... Died at Knoxville, Tenn.
Geiger Harmon........... ..ril 11, '62 ..............
Goss, Jesse H.................. .... April 11, '62 .............
Gordon. N. A. J....................May '62 ............... Paroled from prison, close of war.
Ham, William 8 ............................. April 11, 62 ..............
Harris, Henry William.................. April 11, 62 ................. Color bearer; wounded at Chickamauga.
Hearn, William................................ April 11. 2 .............Died in prison.
Heath, Henry................ ..... A ril 11, 62 .. ...
Hogan, W illiam............................... April 11, '62 .............
Hoy, Frank ...................... .... 11,'62................ Wounded at Jonesboro, Ga., August 31, '64.
Holly, e..... .................. .... April 11, '62 ....... Died. Knoxville, Tenn.
Holly, Robert............. .............. April 11, '62 ..... .... Captured at Perryville, Ky.
Holly, William Granvil............. April 11, '62 ........ ..... Died at Knoxville, Tenn.
Holsenback ............................... April 11, 62 ......... ......
Johnson, Henry............. ....... Apri11 62 .................... Killed at Atlanta, August 7. '64.
ohnson, Madison ..... ...... April 11, '62 ...... ........... Killed at Jonesboro, August 30, '64.
Jones, John F....................... April 11, '62 .... .... Wounded twice at Missionary Ridge, captured,
Kettle, Laurne............ .... April 11, '62 ............... imprisoned at Rock Island and paroled from
Kiere, Pinkney........................ April 11, '62 ................. there, close of war; June, '65.
King, t'S om ....................................... April 11, '62 ...................... I illed at Resaca, May 14,
King Solomon 8............................ April 11, '2 ....... ..........Killed at Resaa, May 14, 64.
Laveigne, William J......................... April 11, '62 ..... .... Captured at Missionary Ridge and died at Camp
ew i, James .......... ... April 11, '62 ................ Chase, February 24, '65; grave No. 1420.
Lewis, Philip I............................... A pril 11, '62 ........................
McLain, Thomas.... I...................... ....... .. April 26, 65
McLain, William... ........... April 11 '2 ......
Marlow, John R.................... April 11, '62 .................
Marlow, Lexington...... .... April 11, '62........
Marsh, George W ........................... Ap il 11, 62 ... ............
Mattair, HenryP .......................... April 11, '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Missionary Ridge.
Matair John T.......................... April 11, '2 April 26, '65 Wounded at Missionary Ridge, November 25, '63.
Meyer, Frederick. ............... April 11, '62...........
O'Farrell, Hugh H............... April 11, '62 ... ........
Patterson, Martin D................ April 11 '62 .. ..........
Payne, John M.......................... April 11, '62 ... .....




















182 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company G-7th Florida Infantry.
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Perkins, Henry W ....... ............. April 11, '02 .... ...............
Pounds, W illiam T.......................... April 11, '62 ........................ Sergeant.
Priester, John A......................... April 11, '62 ... ..........
Pyles, William B.............. .... May '62 April 26, '05
Rivers, Sylvester............... ....... April 11. '62 ... ..........
Robinson. Richard R........................ April 11, '62.... .......
Shaw, John D................. ... April 11, '02.... .......
Shelino, Simon......................... April 11, '2 .... .......
Sims. W illiam .................................. April 11, '2 .... ...
Sistrunk, Henry.................... April 11, '62.... .......
Smith, John H............................... ... April 11, '62.... .......
Smith, ull..... ....................... April 11, '62.... .......
Smith, Wirt.................... April 11, '02 ............ Killed at Murfreeshorough, December 7, '64.
Smith, West.......... ....Aril 11, 2 April 26, '65
Sparkman, Lewis M............ July '1 ...................Captured at Tullahoma, Tenn., imprisoned and
Standley, William D........................Aug. '62 April 26, '65 paroled from Camp Douglass, Ill. at close of
Tate, W. H........................ .... .....A...pril 11, '62 April 26, '65 war.
Thomas, George W........ .....l 11 .......April 11, '
Todd, J. Calvin C......................... April 11, '62 .......... Bugler.
Tyner, Barnetto T........................... April 11, '62.... .......
Tyner, David Y............... April 11, '62...........
Voyt, Daniel ........ .... ......... April 11 '02 .... .......
Wammock, John M......................... April 11, '62 ... ...........
Waters, John W........ ....... ........... 'Mh. '62 April 26, '65 Shot at Chickamauga, Ga., September 20, '63.
Watkins, Tom....................................April 11, '62....... .... Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga.
Watkins, William.............................April 11, '62 .. .... Died in hospital.
Watkins, William Charles................April 11, '2 .......... Lost arm at Dallas, Ga. May 7, '64.
Weathers, Seaborn.......................i. April 1, 62.... ..... Captured at Nashville, Tenn.
W ells, Sim on H .................................. April 11, '62 ... ..........
White, Andrew J ........... ........ Mch. 13, '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Chickamauga, September 18, '63; also
White, Calvin .... ....... ...... April 11, '62 ..... at Egypt, Miss., captured February 29, '65.
Wiggins, George T............................ April 11, '62.... .....Corporal.
Withers, John S.......................... April 11, '62....
Young, Alcanah.......................... April 11, '6 .... .....Killed at Missionary Ridge.
Young. James............... 11 '62....................... ril 11 6Died at Frankford, Ky.


Roll Company H (Marion Hornets)-7th Florida Infantry.


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OFFICERS.
Captains-
Wade Eichelberger.................. April 12, '2 ....................... Died at Knoxville, Tenn.
J. H. Counts........................ April 12, '62 ..................3rd Lieutenant; promoted Captain.
Henry H. Hudgens.................. April 12. '62 ............Resigned.
Henry Houseal............................. pr 12, '62 1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain; died at ChattA
Ist Lieutenant- nooga.
M. Richard G. Stephens............. April 12, '62 ....... ..... 2nd Lieutenant; promoted slt Lieutenant; re-
2nd Lieutenant- signed June 17. 63.
Pickens Creswell........................... April 12, 2 .... ... Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; severely wounded at
3rd Lieutenant- Atlanta July 22, '64.
A. G. Rutherford......................... April 12. '62 ........................ Promoted 1st Sergeant; then 3rd Lieutenant
ENLISTED MEN.
Agnew, James................................. April 12, '62 ........................ Promoted 1st Sergeant; captured at Nashville.
Armstrong, Daniel M..................... April 12, '2 ....... ....Seriously wounded at Jonesborough September,
'64.
Armstrong, George 0....................... Mch. '62 ....... .......... Died of pneumonia at Chattanooga, Tenn., July,
'62.
Aultman, David............................... Me. '62............ Dischared at Waut Ten., for disability.
Barber Jack.................................... April 12, '2 .................. Desert at Lindon y.July 2, '63.
Barnett, Jmes......... ............................ Killed at avanah while attacking Gun Boat
"Water Witch."
Bauknight, Curry............................. April 12, '62 ..................... Wounded at Jonesborough, Ga., September, '64.
Bauknight, Hilliard......................... April 12, '62 .....
Bauknight, W R............................. A ril 12, '6 ....
Beard, James.................................... April 12. '62 ....................... Died at Chattanooga, Tenn.
Boyd, John T.............. April 12, ........................ Promoted Hospital Steward.
Brooks, Spencer................. ... April 12, '62 ........................ Killed.
Brown, John H............................... April 12, '62 ............... Died in Knoxville April, '63, of pneumonia.
Buckston William................. April 12, '62 .............Captured and died in prison.
B urlerson. H H .................................................... ..................
Calhoun, Samuel.......April 12, '......... .. ........ Promoted Sergeant; killed at Missionary Ridge
Carmon, William B.......... April 12, '62 .... ........... '63.
Carroll, Benjamin....................... April 12, '62........
Carroll, John::- ............. ......................... ........ Captured at Frankfort; died in prison.
Chilty, Martin J.... ... ... April 12, '62 April 26, '65 Promoted Sergeant; wounded at Franklin, Tenn.
Conyers, Isaac N.............................................
Cress, Andrew....................... ........ April 12 '62........................Died at Knoxville Tenn.





















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 183


Roll Company H (Marion Hornets)-7th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINuED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Curry, James N............................. Mch. 13, '62 April 26, 65
Curry, Richard............................... April 12, '62....... .... Transferred to Engineer Corps.
Dunn, Harley.............................. April 12, '62 ..................
Dunn, John...................................... April 12, '62.... ....Captured at Nashville, Tenn.
Dunn, William A...................... April 12, '62 ....... .... Captured in Kentucky and died in prison Novem-
ber 11, '62; buried in the Danville Cemetery.
Duncan, George W..... .... ril 62 ....................... Killed at Atlanta, '64.
Duncan, John R ............... April 1 '2 ........................ Killed on Missionary Ridge, '63.
Eichelberger, J. W. F...................... rl 2 62 April 266, '65
Evans, John W...... ......... April 12, '62 .................
Fogg, Daniel J.............................. Mh. 62 ...62 ................ Shot at Kennesaw Mountain, Ga., June 17. '64.
Fort, Isaiah J................... Mch. '62 April 20, '65 Wounded at Lookout Mountain, Tenn., Novem-
ber, '03.
Fort, Robert.............................. May 2, '62 April 20, '65 Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., September 23, '3.
Freeman, Albert A............ .. .................. .... Corporal.
freeman, oc..... ....... .......... .. ........................ Died in prison.
Frink Albert A............... April 12' 62' ..................
Fusell, William...................April '2 ................ Killed on Missionary Ridge, '63.
Fyson, Stewart........ .................... ........ .......l Died at Louden. Tenn.
Garner, James ........ .................... ...... ..... .... ....... Killed in front of Atlanta.
G eiger, E li W ........................................... ...... ..................
Geiger, Wade A...................... April 12, '62 ....................... Promoted Corporal; captured at Murfreesborough
December 7, '64.
Gray, John......................... .... April 12, '62 ...... ..... Captured at Nashville, Tenn.
Hammond Berry W.......... ...... April 12, '2 .................. Captured at Atlanta July 22, '64.
Hodges, Elias....................... ..... April 12, '62 .............. .... Deserted.
Holder, W illiam .... ....... .... ....... .............................Killed in front of Atlanta.
Holland, John M. S...... ..... April 12 '62.................... Promoted Corporal; captured at Atlanta July 22
ackson, John............ ....... April 12 '62 April 26, '65 '64.
effort W C............. .... April 12 '62 April 26, '65 Promoted Corporal.
Joiner, ames M..... .... ... ................... ..... Died at Louden, Tenn.
Jordan, Newton.... ................ April 12, '62 .................. ... Transferred to Engineer Corps.
Kennedy, James........................... April 21 '62 .................. Wounded and disabled at Atlanta July 22, '64.
Killgore, John .................. ..... April 12, '62 ................ Sergeant died at Knoxville, Tenn.
Kirkland, LaFayette ................. April 12, '62 .............. Died at knoxville, Tenn.
Knoblock, H. ............................ ...April 12, '62 April 26, '65
Knoblock, Owen .............. ril 12, '62 ...........Died at Knoxville, Tenn.
Lowe, John T .................................. ............ .... ... ...................
Lucius, Samuel Lewis......... April 12, '62 ....... .......... Died at Chattanooga.
Lucius, William.............. ........... April 12, '62 April 26 '65
Luker, Charles.......... .............................. ..
L utta, Jones F. M ........................................... .......................
MAllen, William................. ...................................... Captured at Missionary Ridge November 25 '63.
McAteer, William B....................... April 12, '62 ................... Captured on Missionary Ridge November 25, '63;
paroled from prison at close of the war.
McCardel, Joshua.......................... April 12, '62 April 26, '65 Transferred to Commissary Department.
McErven, W. A............................
M cFall John ............................. .... .. ......... ....... ................
May, ................... April 12, '62 .............. Captured at Atlanta July 22, '64; paroled from
prison at close of the war.
Mills, Elbert..:............... ............ April 12, '2 ........ ........ Captured at Atlanta August 7, '64; imprisoned at
SCamp Chase and died October 29, '64; grave
No. 378.
Mills, John ......................... .... April 12, '62 April 26, '05 Transferred to Engineer Corps.
Mixon, Charles J........................................................... Promoted Sergeant; wounded and died.
Mixon, James J.......... ......... April 12, '62 April 26, '65 Seriously wounded at Jonesborough, Ga.
M ixon, Jones... .................................. April 12, '62 ........................Mortally w u 64.
Mixon, Jonaes...................... April 12, '62 ........................ Mortally wounded at Atlanta July 22, '64.
aMonro, James................... April 12, '62............ Killed on Missionary Ridge November 25. '63.
Moody, Roger........................... April 12, '62 .......... ..... Captured at Frankfort, Ky., October, '62; died in
Moorman, William..................... April 12, '62 ...................... Di hared at Cumberland Gap for disability.
Nelson, Samuel T ...... ......................... April 12 '6 Sergeant; captured in Kentucky; died in prison.
N ewm an, Charm ick... ..................... ................ .... .....
Perry, M. C.. ..... ..... Killed in front of Atlanta.
Perry, Payne......................... April 12, '2 ....... .... Killed at Peach Tree Creek July 20, '64.
Perry Thomas J ...................April 12, '62.... Promoted Corporal; wounded at Atlanta July 22,
Perry, William H............ ....... .................... '64.
Potts, James........ ........ April 12, '62 .......... Captured at Frankfort October 1, '62; died in
Reid John D m. .............. .... April 12, 62 ............... apured at Murfreesborough December 7, '64.
jihoaes, Jereni ani ............................. ........
Rhodes, Terry......................... ...... ............. Died in Tennessee.
Ridout, John W.............................. April 12, '62.... ... 1st Sergeant; died at Knoxville, Tenn.
Roach, Aro.................... ........ ....Killed at Atlanta.
Roach, Joseph A .......... .. ri 2, ................... Died at Camp Chase October 25, '65; grave No.
358.
oss. Abraham..... ........ April 12, 62 Apr 1 26, '6 Ambulance driver.
Rutherford, A, 0......................... ...Apr 1 12, '62 Apr 1 26, '65
Shaw, George R. W....... .......... Aug. '63 April 26, '65
Shaw, Nehamiah .............................................
Smith, Samuel ..... ..... .....: April 12, '62 April 26, "'65 Wounded at Resaca, Ga., October, '64.
Sturdevant, Charles S .'62 ...............April1. Died from accident.
Swindle, W illis.......................... .......... .........
Tanner, Henry 0........................



















184 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company H (Marion Hornets)-7th Florida Infantry.
(CoNTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Tanner K..... ..................... ......... .... Died at Knoxville, Tenn.
Tison, Stewart........................... April 12, ..... ..... Wounded at Chickamauga Septemper 20, '63, and

died at Louden, Tenn., from his injuries.
Thomas, R. Y. H....................... April 12, '62 ....... ..... st Sergeant; discharged at Chattanooga for dis-

ability.
Turner, G. D................................... ..... ........ ....... Corporal.
Turner, John......................................Apr 12 ...Promoted t Sergeant; killed at Missionary
W aites, W illiam F.......................... .... ............. ........................ Ridge November 25, '63.
Waldon, John F.............. April 12, '02 April 20, '65
W alker, Joseph E............................ ......... ......................
Weather, J. .......................... ...................... April 20, '5
Whitmire, George S......................... April 12, '62 ........................ Promoted Corporal; died on his way home.
Williams, Ben.............................. .............................. Died at Chattanooga.
W illiam s, Jacob E ...... ................................. ... ................
Williams, Joe B.... .......... ........................
W illiams, Lawson............................ ................... .. ... .....
Williams, William P..... .... April 12, '62 ....... ....
Worley, Jacob.... .............. ....................



Roll Company I-7th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
A. 8. Moseley...... ... ..... April '62 ...................
N. Norton...... ............. April 62........... ....... Promoted Captain; succeeded Moseley.
1st Lieutenant-
G. W R. MoR .................. April '62 April 26, '65 Resigned April 22, '63.
and Lieutenants-
C. C. Seyle ................. April '62 ...........
R. W. Jekens................. April 62...............Shot at Murfreesborough, December 4, '64; died
December 13, '64; promoted Lieutenant, Com-
pany I, 7th Regiment.
3rd Lieutenant--
B. L. Wall..................................... ................. April 26, '65 Promoted 3rd Lieutenant, Company I, 7th Regi-
ment.
ENLISTED MEN.
Alvers, W. C................................ April '62' April 20, '65
Anerd, A...... ............ ........ ............ April 26, '65
Ashley, C. ..................................... ril April 26, '65 Lost arm at Jonesboro, Ga., August 3, '63 and dis-
Ashley H. A............................... April 2 .... ......... charged September, '4; 1st sergeant.
Basford, James C. L........................ A il 2 April l 20, 'OS
B ate ................................................ pril .. .........
Beck, J. J............................... April '62 April 26, '65 Lost right eye from small-pox in Tenn.
Beck Wilson................... ....... April 62 ....................
Bonhanon, M...................... April '62...................
Cason, Noah.......................................... April '2 ....... ............ Died n hospital at Chattanooga of measels.
Cassels, J. H .................................... A april '62 ........................
Cassell, T. A...............................Mch. 2, '02 April 20, '65 Wounded at Murfreesborough, December, '64; also

at Dallas, Ga., May 25, '64.
Cassels, W. B................................. Mch. '62 ............Died, Camp Chase prison, February 2, '65; grave
Caudory, L. H .................................. ch. '62 ..................... ... No. 1010.
Clinton, C. M .............................. Mch. '62 ........................
Cook, H. D..................................... Meh. 2, '62 April 2, '05 Wounded at Dallas, Ga., May 20, '64.
Copher E. M............ ................. h. ............
Coward, W. J.......... .................. Mch. ............
Cribb, M. C................................. ..... Mch. '2 ... ........
D)aosta, Raymond.................... Mch. ... ........
Davis, J. N.............. ................ ... Mch. ... ........
Drummond, C. C............................ Mch. .... ................
D urance, W H ............................... M ........................
Eubanks, R. .................................A.... pl ... Corporal.
Fowler, W ................................... April ... ........
Gaskins, S. V ..... ....... April '62 April 26, '6)
Geiger, L. I .................................... April '
Green, Archibald.......................... April '62 .................
Hall. W, H...................................... April .
H ancock, J........................................ April '6 ........ .........
H atchet, 8. A..... ................ April ........ ..........
Hawthorn, J. L..................... April '2 .................
Higginbothim, E.................... ... April .........
Higgenbothim. J........ .... April '62 ....................... Corporal.
Hilliard, Samuel................... .......... April '02 .................
H illiard, Silas.................................. April 'O2 ...........
Johnson, J. A............................. April ........ ............
Johnson W W ................... ......... A pril ........................
Lane, M .................................. ... A pril ................... sergeant.




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 185


Roll Company I-7th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN OUT. REMARKS.

Lane S. A...... ........ .................... April '62 ......... ........
Lee, Lewis..........................l '2 ........April '62..
Love, S. M......................... ......... h. 8, '62 Oct. 30, '62 Disability.
McCramy, Nathan............................ ................... 63 Disability.
Manning, John.............................. April '62.... ......
Manning, Moses................... April '62 .............
Markey, J. ..................................... ................... April 26, '65
Molten, Benjamin.............................. April '62 ..................Captured at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., November
Mizzell, N. B1.. .............62 .............. 25, '63; sent to Camp Morton, Ind., paroled there
Moseley, 8................................. April '62 .............. close of war.
Napier, W. R................................ April '62 ............Sergeant.
Nobles, E..................................... April '62 ...........
N north, Caleb...................................... .................... April 26, '65
North, John................. ... ........ .... April 2, '65
Parlin, Henry ............................. May 18, '62 June 3, '65
Perry, B. F.................................. .... May 18, '65 ..... ........
Perry, J. F. ...... ..... .......... May 18, '62 ... ..........
Petterson, F. M................. .......... May 18, '62 .............
Peterson, M...................... ............... May 18, '62
Priest, G. W...... ......................... May '62.... ...Corporal.
Riles Lewis..................................... May '62..........
Rentir, Green............................ 61 April 3, '65
Roundtree, H.............................. May '62 ... ..........
Roundtree, Isaac............................ May 23, '62 ..................Discharged at Knoxville, August 7, '62; spinal
Sanders, J. 0....................... .... May '62 April 3, '65 trouble.
Sanders, W. H........ ............................ May '2 Corporal; wounded at Chicamauga, Ga., captured
heard, J. H.............................. May '62 ..............and sent toCamp Douglass, Ill., paroled, close
Sm ith, E. W S ........................................................ April 26, '65 of war.
Sparkman, J. W .......................... ril 2 ...........
Sparkm an, L. A................................ ril '62
Spear, W.............. ... ... April '62 ..... .... Sergeant.
Spiers H ............................... April '...........
Stallings, S. 8................................... ................ April 26, '65
Suggs, E......................... ............... April 62April 26 '65
Suggs, W........ .......................A..... April 62 ri 26, '65
Sweat, Edmund................................ ... .............. .................... Died of pneumonia at Frankfort, Ky., September
Thom as, Charles................................ ................ .... April 26, '65 6, '63.
Thomas, Thomas W.......................... Mh. '62 April 26, '65 Prisoner of war for 18 months at Rock Island, Ill.
Thompson, T. W ..... ......... ....... April '62 .... ................
Thornal, A A .................................... april '62 .....
Timmons, L. E............................ ril .... ...Sergeant.
Timmons, A............................... April '6.....................
Turner, J. W ................ ..... ..... .. April '62 .... ..............
Vause, C. F............................ .... April '62 ............ Died, Knoxville, Tenn., November 6, '63; of pneu-
Vause, D H ......... ............... .......... April '62 ............. m onia.
Vause, Samuel............................. '62 .... ......
Vinyard, A. G....................... April2..........l '62 ... ...........
Weathersbee, Preston................ April '62 April 26, '6
W hite, G W .................... ... April '62 ....... .............
Wilkison, Elijah .................... ril '62April 2, '65 Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., September 20,'63.
W ilkison, Elisha .......... ........ A ril '6 ...........
W ilks, J. S...................................A ril '62 .............
Williams, H. R ............................ April '62 ..
W illiams. Isani-h ............... ........... .. A r '62 A ril 26. '65


Roll Company K-7th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. EnMAnKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
Robert B. Smith......................... April '62 ..................
rst Lieutenant-
Walter C. Maleney........................ April '62 April 26, '65
2nd Lieutenants-
John A. Bethel ......................... April '62 April 26, '65 Captured, August, '64.
Samuel 1. Ashley...................... April 'i................
ENLISTEID MEN.
Ahburg, Benjamin............................. ... Apl .. .....
Allison, John................................ April '2 .................... Sergeant.
Am on, M anuel.... ........................ A ril '62 .... ................
Anderson, Charles....................... April '2 ...... ... .......
Anderson. George............................. April 2 ................
Barneet, James............................... April '62 April 26, '65 Wounded in side by shot which caused death
September 23, '86; transferred to Navy.
Barthlum. James........................... Aril '62 April 26, '65 Transferred to Navy, Confederate Ram; "Sa-
Bell. Louis Jr............................. Mh. '62 April 26, '65 vannah."
Berry, Charles H............................... lApril '62 ............. Sergeant.


























186 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company K-7th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.


Bishop, Asa........ ..... .... April '62 .... ................
Bryson, Robert........ .... April '62 ............
Butler, Thomas ........... ..... April '62 .............
Burnes, Thomas............................. April '62 ........................
Chabert, Jules................. ... Jan. 1, '02 April 20, '65 Transferred C. 8. Navy, (Ram Savannah); sho t
Chapman, Charles ......... ... April '62 ................. through body in a fight with U. S. War Ship
"Water Witch;" June 3, '64.
Cole, Joseph E...... ........... April '62 ..... ..... Sergeant.
Collins, J E........... .... ..... April '62 ....................
Comb, Charles.......................... April '2 ......
Cowart, R. A................................. ....... .. ....April 20, '65
Curry, Joseph.... ......................... April '2 ......... ........
Curry, Samuel................ ...... April 02 ... ........
Curry, W illiam............................ April '2
DeLaunay, J. A............... .... April 26. '.
DeLaunay, St.John....... ..... April '2 ... .....
Dorsey, Edward............... ..... April '2 ................
Duplrey, John.... .............. .. April ............Apri '2.... ...........
Edwards, George W............ Ap.......... ril
Fallis, Rofina..... .......... ....... April ........ ...Corporal.
again, Joseph ......... ..... April 2 ..................
Franklin, William.................... April 2 ...........
Guerro, M iguel... .............. ..... April 2 .... ................
Gibley, William T................... April '62 ......................
awkins, Daniel L.......... ............... April '62 .......................
Herrymand, William.................... April '62
Jackson, John B............................ ril '62 pri2, '6
osselyn, William............................. April 62 .................
Lee, Edmund ...... ...... ......... April '62 ........................
Lovett, James.................. ..... April '62...........
Lowe Alfred......... ...........April '62 April 26, '65 Transferred to Ram Savannah; C. S. N.
Lowe, John T .................................... April '62 April 26, '65 Transferred to Confederate Navy.
Lowe, W illiam E.............................. .................. April 20, '65
McLaughlin, William...... ....... Apr '62...........
McLean, John L..................... April 62 ..............
M ason, John ....................... ........ April 62 ......... .........
Merrilac, Augustus.......... ....... April 62 ....................... Corporal.
M miller, Charles.... ....................... April 62 .... .......
Monte-De-Oca Manuel............... April 62..........
Morrison, John ................ ..... April 62 ...........
Moss, Josephus................. April '62 ..................... Honorable mention at Chickamauga.
Oliveri, Marcus .......... ....... April '62 ..............
O'Neil, William......... .............. April '62 .................
Pent, John..................... .... '62 April 26, '65 Shot at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., December 25, '63.
Pratt, Benjamin ..................... April '62 ...........
Rihards, G rge .... ......... April '62 ............ ed Camp Chase prison April 17 ; rave No.
1884,
Roddenberry, J .................. .................... Died Camp Chase, March 8. '65; grave No. 1592.
R ussell, John..................... .......... A pril '62 .... ................
Russell, Thomas .......... ... ....... April 62 .................
Sands, John B..................... April '62 ... ........
Sawyer, William................................ April '82 ................. Corporal.
Swain. Benjamin .............. April '62 .................
Thompson, N. S ...................... ............... .......... ................ Died Camp Chase, September 17, '64; grave No.
Wadsworth, Melchi................... April '62 ....................... 253.
Watson, Robert................ .... April '62 ................ Sergeant.
Weathersford, Jeremiah................ April '62 ................
W illiam son, J. P............................ April '62 ........................
W oodruff, Joseph.......... ............. April '62 .......................
Wood, Anderson ............................. June '62 April 26, '65 Captured, '62; and exchanged, '63.
W oods, James........ ........................ June '62 ........................




















164 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA


Roll Company F (Magnolia State Guards)-6th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Grinsley, Felix A.............................. .................... April 26, '65 1st Sergeant.
Ham, Patrick ....... .. ... April 20, '65
Hamilton, Levi............... Died, Camp Chase, 0., Feb. 16,'05; grave No. 1287.
H am ilton, Z. H .................................. ................... .......................
H ill, Dem psey.................................... ...... ......... April 26, '05
Holden, J. T. (M. D.).............. April 26, '65 Promoted Surgeon, C. S. A.
H ollis, Thom as............................... Oct. 16, '61 ........................
Hollister, William H.................. Aug. '61 April 26, '65 Transferred to Abell's Battery, '65; shot through
Howard, Newton........................ Oct. 16, '61 ... ..... lung at Chikamauga, Ga., Sept. 19, '63; pro-
Ingram, Benjamin..... ........... ................................ moted Corporal.
ackson, W illiam .... ................ ......................... ..................... Musician.
ohnson, Zackledge ........... ... April 26, '65
Jones, A. B...... ....... .....Oct. 16, '1 ............
Kemp. J. C...... ......... Mar. '02 April 20, '65 Wounded at Dallas, Ga., May 28, '04.
K eel G reen ..................................... ................ ........................
K eller, John..................................... ................... ....................
Lam b, Edward I............................... ............... .......................
L asiter, L W .................. ........... .......... ............ .............
McDonald. Daniel P...................... ............. April 26, '65
Maddox, Elijah............................... .. .... Died in Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery.
M addox, John ................................. ...................... .
Martin, John-D.............................. Corporal.
Mathews, John...............
Mercer, Asa....
Mercer, As. ............ ......................... ....Died in Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery.
Mercer, J. H....... ...... ......... ............ ....... ....
M ercer, J H ...................................... ........................ ......................
M ercer, Josiah L................... ............. ........ ...............
Myrick, Litt......................... ...... Oct. 16 '61 ...... ..... 1st Sergeant.
Nail, James..................... ... ............ ... Died in Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery.
Pelt, Obedeah............. ..... ............
Pelt, Robert ............. ..... .. .. Corporal.
Pelt, W illiam W ........................ .... ... ....... ............
Player, Aaron F......
Player, Daniel H......... .....Feb '6 April 26, Wounded at Missionary Ridge, again at Benton-
Player, W. J...... ..... ......... ...... April 26, 65 ville, N. C.
Potter, William R. F.................... Killed at Chickamauga, Sept. 13, '63.
Revels, George W............... ....... .....
Sansom. J. T. L........................... Mar. 15. '62 ................ Captured at Nashville, Tenn. '64; sent to prison
Scott, McGilberry...... .......................... at Camp Douglass, Ill., from there paroled
Shores, Joseph D ............................. .................................. ..... June, '65.
Simms, Henry G .......................... .................. April 26, 05
Simms. Isaac............. ....................... .... April 26, '65
Sims, Samuel............................ Mar. '61 April 26, '65 Wounded at. Dallas, Ga.
Sims, William H... ............................................................ Sergeant.
Simmons, J. T..... ...................... May 3, '62 April 26, '65 Shot at Chickamauga, Ga., Sept. 20, '03.
Sim m ons, M ills..................... ......... .............. ..........................
Slade, George W............... ...........
Stanley. N J...................................... Oct. 16,. '61 ....
Stephens, James................... .. ................ ..... ......................Discharged for disability.
Stephens, Jam es B............................ .... ...............................
Stephens. William D.................................. .... April 26, '65
tr aus, S.. ........................... ......... Oct. 16, 1 ........................ Sergeant.
S trickand N L ............................... ........................ ........................
V anderford, Thom as.............................................. .................
Varner, Elijah..... ...... .... ........................Died n Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery.
W adford, W illiam ............ .. ... ............ ..................
Williams, Daniel ..................................
W ood, R ight................................................... ..........
Young, A N ...................................... ...... .....


Roll Company G-6th Florida Infantry.


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NAMES, IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
Henry B. Grace........................... Mar. 11, '62 April 26, '65
Ist Lieutenant-
John E. W ilson............................ Mar. 11, '62 .... ................
and Lieutenant-
Charles L. Herring...................... Mar. 11, '62 .... ................
3rd Lieutenant-
Daniel McGill............................ Mar. 11, '62 ...
ENLISTED MEN.
Alford, James W .............................. Mar. 11, '2 .......... ........
Ayers, Daniel.................................. Mar. 11. '62 ... ........
Barefoot, Noah................................ Mar. 11. '62 ... ...........











FIRST FLORIDA CAVALRY.

The Ist Florida Cavalry was composed of ten companies from various
parts of the State. Co. A, Capt. Arthur Roberts, Columbia county; Co. B,




SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 247

Capt. John G. Haddock, Nassau county; Co. C, Capt. John A. Summerlin,
Clay county; Co. E, Capt. Charles F. Cone, Suwannee county; Co. F, Capt.
William M. Footman, Leon county; Co. G, Capt. Nicholas S. Cobb,
Levy county; Co. H, Capt. Noble A. Hull, Duval county; Co. I, Capt. W. D.
Clarke, Alachua county; and Co. K, Capt. David Hughes.
The Regiment was assembled at Camp Mary David, six miles south of
Tallahassee, where it went into camp of instruction and was mustered into
service in July, 1861. The Regiment was organized by the election of William
G. M. Davis, Colonel; George Troupe Maxwell, Lieutenant-Colonel; and
William T. Stockton, Major. Colonel Davis was promoted to Brigadier-Gen-
eral November 4, 1862, and Lieut.-Col. George T. Maxwell became Colonel,
and William T. Stockton Lieutenant-Colonel, and Captain Footman acting
Major. The Regiment did service in Florida until the spring of 1862, when
it was ordered to Chattanooga. Before leaving Florida seven companies, B,
C, D, G, H, I and K, voluntarily dismounted and served through the war as
infantry, being known as the 1st Florida Cavalry, dismounted. Cos. A, E
and F remained mounted until 1864, when they dismounted and rejoined the
Regiment. While mounted these companies did excellent service, under
Captain Footman, as scouts. The mounted battalion was engaged in the bat-
tle of Richmond, Ky., August 30, 1862, and the seven dismounted companies
took part in the battle of Perryville October 8, 1862. The story of the Ist
Florida dismounted is so interwoven with that of the Ist, 3d, 4th, 6th and
7th, that to tell the story of one is to tell that of each of the splendid organi-
zations from Florida that shed luster on the State in the war of the sixties.
At Missionary Ridge the Ist Cavalry lost heavily in killed and wounded and cap-
tured; among these last were all the Field Officers of the Regiment. Out of the
200 men the Regiment went into the battle with, there was 33 officers left.
The gallant band was so reduced that it was consolidated with the 4th In-
fantry at Dalton, Ga., February 23, 1864, and the little remnant surrendered
with Johnston's at Army Greensborough April 26, 1865.

Roll, Field and Staff-ist Florida Cavalry.

MUBTERED MUSTERED
NAME. IN. OUT. REMARKS.
Colonels-
William George M. Davis............ July '61 April 26, '65 Promoted Brigadier-General.
George Troup Maxwell................ July '61 April 26, '5 Lieutenant-ColonelpromotedColonel '62; captured
at Missionary Ridge, imprisoned on Johnson's
Island.
Lieutenant-Colonels-
George Troup Maxwell................ July '61 April 6, '65 Promoted Colonel.
William T. Stockton................... July '61 April 26, '65 Promoted Lieutenant-Colonel; vice Maxwell pro-
moted, wounded at Chickamauga, captured at
Missionary Ridge and imprisoned on Johnson's
Island until August, '65.
Majors-
William T. Stockton.................... July '61 ........................ Promoted Lieutenant-Colonel.
Surgeon-
Holmes...... ................. .........
Assistant-Surgeon-
Adjutant-
W hitner....................................................................
Sergeant-Major -
Edmond W Gillen .......................... ........... ......
Quartermaster-
M axwell...... ..........................




















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MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Commissary-
Quartermaster-Sergeants-
Commissary-Sergeants-
Chaplain-
R. L. Wiggins....................... ........ .............
Hospital Steward-




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MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
Arthur Roberts.................. .... May 12, '61 ............ designed '62, March, '63; on account of age.
Martin I. Coxe........................... May 12, '61 May 20, '65 Wounded May 26, '64 at Dallas, Georgia;
enlisted as a private; promoted 2nd
Lieutenant, May, '62, 1st Lieutenant March
'63 to Captain at Missionary Ridge November
24, '63. Captured at Somerset, Ky., March 30,
63, imprisoned at Camp Chase and Fort Dela-
ware; exchanged April 10 at City Point, Va.
Ist Lieutenants-
Reuben H. Charles......... .... ay 12, '62................. ...Resigned on reorganization.
M. I. Coxe ..................... ........ .... Promoted Captain.
2nd Lieutenants-
James E. Young............................ May 12, '61 ....................... Retired on reorganization.
P C O steen.................................. .................. .....................
3rd Lieutenants-
W illiam L. Jones.......................... ........... ..... ....................... Transferred to 5th Infantry and killed at Gettys-
burg July 3, '63.
Paul C. Osteen....................... May 12, '61 ..................... Promoted Lieutenant and resigned.
W. H. L. Townsend............ ......... .............. April 26, '65 Wounded at Atlanta, Ga., August 3. '64, promoted
Lieutenant.
ENLISTED MEN.
Allen, George D............... ..... ........................................ Bugler; discharged, under age.
Barnes, Aman.................. ...... May 12, '01 April 26, '5
Bell, Kinchen...................... ... May 12, '1................. Corporal; discharged '01, a minor.
Bebefield, Eli H.............................. May 12, '61 April 26, '5
Blitch. George W................ ... May 12, '01 ........................ Died, '62.
Boyd, William B...................................... '61 Company physician; resigned at reorganization
Browen, Berry A ............. .............. '61 April 26, '65 May 10, 62.
Brooks, James 0.......................... Oct. 12, '61 April 2, '65
Brooks, John A..... ..... ...... Oct. 12, '61 ................... Killed at Missionary Ridge November 25, '63.
Bryant, Edward............................... May 12, '61 ........... Died at Ferguson's Gap, W. Va., '62.
Bryant, James L........................... ay 12, '61 April 26, '65
Bryant, Rian V.......................... Dec. '01 April 26, '65 Shot at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., November 63.
Bryan, Ezekiel J...................... Oct. 12, '61 .............. Died in Kentucky, '62.
Bryant, William.......................... May 12, '61 April 26, '5 Farrier; discharged, over age.
Carlton, Dawson............................. May 12 '61 April 6, '65
Carlton, D. E. L.......................... ay 12, '61 ............... ...Died.
Carter, J. E......................................Oct. 12 '1 May '62 Under age; re-enlisted August, '63 in E. A. Fer-
nandes.
Carver, William........................... May 12, '61 April 26, '65 Sergeant.
Carraway, Adair......................... May 12, '61 .................. Died in Knoxville, Tenn., '62.
Charles, Reupert....................... May 12, '61 April 26, '65 Somerset. Ky. wounded.
Charles, Aman L....... ... May 2, '61............ Catured at Missionary Ridge, '63; imprisoned at
Rock Island, Ill.
Coon, Wiley L............................... May 12, '61. ............. Wounded.
Coxe, William A.............................. Sept. '1 April 26 '65 Wounded at Dallas, Ga., March 28, '64.
Cresswell, James M........................ Oct. 12, '61 April 26, '65
Dexter, Jacob ............................................................ Transferred to Company "B," 5th Regiment,
killed at the Wilderness.
Douberly, Jacob J.. ......... May 12, '1 June 1, '65 From Camp Chase prison, captured December 7,
Duboise, J. Isaiah.......................... May 12, '61 April 26, '65 '64.
Ellis, Joseph P.................................. Oct. 12, '61 April 26, '65
Everett, I)avid L........................... ...........
Feagle, William J ........ ................. April 26, '65 Captured at Missionary Ridge November 25, '63.
Goodman, Green B ........Oct. 12, '61 April 26, '65 Wounded at Dutton Hill, Ky., March 30, '63; pro-
moted Corporal.
Griffin, John.......................... ....... .. April 26, '65 Wounded at Bentonville, N. C., March 19, '.
Grisham, Columbus............................................................ April 26, '65
Harri, Stanhope..................Oct. 1, '01.... ........ Discharged at Chattanooga, April '02; over age.
Harvey. William B ..................'... .............. .. ischarged for disability, May, '2.




















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Roll Company A-ist Florida Cavalry.
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MOSTERED M MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Hawkins, T. H.............................................. ........ April 26, '65
Herring ,John W...........................'61 ................... Killed at Chickamauga; honorable mention.
Herrod, John L................................................................ .......... .. Died in service.
Herrod, Samuel............................................................................ Killed at Kennesaw Mt. June 20, '64.
Hogans, J. 8.............. ................... April 26, '65 Died in service.
Horn, James R.................................. Oct. '61 ........................ Captured at Murfreesborough, Tenn., put in prison
at Camp Chase, 0; paroled from there.
Hunt William F............................ Oct. 12, '61 Oct. 12, '62 Disability.
Ingraham, Francis M................... Oct. 12, '61 April 26, '65
Jenkins, Daniel F............................. Oct 12, '61 April 26, '6 From Rock Island prison.
Jenkins, J. F..................................... May 12, 61 April 26, '6
Johnson, Nelson................ ....... '62 April 26, '66 Shot at Atlanta, Ga., August 3, '64.
Jones, Pickney........................... ..... 61 ....... ....
Kinard, Shelton ...................... ........................ April 26, '65 Catured at Nashville December 16, '64; ent to
Camp Chase Ohio.
Kinard, Irving .................. ... Oct. 12, '61 April 26, '65 ShotatNewastle,Ky.,September20,'62anddis-
abled.
Lee, Freeman.................... .......... Oct. 12, '61 ...........D... ied in prison.
Leggett, R. J............ .. ...... Oct. 12, '61 April 26, '65 Captured at Frankfort, Ky. '62 imprisoned at
Rock Island, Ills., until February, '65.
McCoy, Church............................ Sept. 12, '61 .... ...... Killed at Resaca, Ga., May 15, '64.
McKay, Joseph.................................. Oct. 6. Catured at Bentonville, N. C., '65; returned.to
his command.
Marrun, William A..........................ay 12, '61 April 20, '65 Sergeant; transferred to 2nd Florida Cavalry.
Markham, Reuben L........................ May 12, '61 April 26, '65
Meaks, Benjamin F.......................... ct 2, '61 ..............Oct........... wounded at Somerset. Ky., '62 and captured;
paroled from Rock Island prison June, '65.
Morgan, W. F........................... ... May 12, 61 April 26, '65 Wounded at Kennesaw Mountain June 3, '64.
Moseley, William L.......................... May 12, '61 ............... Discharged; over age.
Neal, Clinton........................... .... May 12, '61 ........................
Neal, Obediah...... ..... ... y 12, '61 ............ Died in service, '62.
Nickels, Mark................ ....... May 12, '61 Arril 26, '65 Wounded at Atlanta August 4, '64; also at Ring-
gold, Ga, December, '63.
Niblack, John F.............................. May 12, '61 April 26, '65 1st Sergeant.
Oats, Stephen W............................... May 12, '61 ........ Died, '63, at I ...lih I. Tenn.
Ogden, George R.............................. May 12, '01 April 26, '65 Transferred to I I..,n d. Reserves because he was a
minor.
Osteen, Bennett D......... ....... May 12, '61...... ..... Captured near Murfreesborough, '64; died in
Parrish, Henry............. Oct. 12, '61 April 26, '65 Camlp Chase prison April 9, '65; grave No. 1845,
under age.
Parrish, Robert H............................ Oct. 12, '61 April 26, '65 Shot at Missionary Ridge, at Kennesaw Mountain,
Ga., and at Bentonville, N. C.
Pearce, Levi T................................ May 12, '61 ....................... Is Sergeant; killed at Franklin, Tenn., September
30, '64.
Ponchier, John A.............................. May 12, '61 ......... ......... Died of pneumonia at Strawberry Plains, Tenn.,
March 20, '63.
Powell, James............. .. .. May 12. '61 ................ ..e. charged; '62. over age.
Powell, W illiam L.......................... May 12. 'il ..................... .. C turned.
Powell. Temrle.................................. Aug. 12, July '4 isaility, wounded June 2, '64.
Roberts, H. L. ............................. May 12, '61 Alril 26, '65 Promoted Sergeant; captured at Murfreesborough
I)Dember 4, '62.
Revels, 0. J................................... May 12, 61 April 26, '65 Transferred to Parramore's Company, 4th Regi-
inent,
Reyholds, B. L................................. Oct. 12, '61 April 26, '65 Sergeart.
Rivers, Lewis W................................ lay 12, '01 ....................... Co oral car turned and sent to Camp Chase prison
where he was pIroled at close of war.
Roberts, George W......................... May 12, '61 ....................... Killed in battle of Missionary Ridge November 25,
'63
Roberts, Henry C.......................... May 12, '61 April 26, 65 Discharged. '62; under age.
Roberts, John D............................ May 12, 'I6 April 26, '6i ,rounded it Dallas, Ga., May 26, '64.
Roberts, Robert ...... ... ...............' ............. Di rge, disability, re-enlisted February 20, '63.
A. A. Stewart's Company, "E," 9th Infantry;
Promoted Orderly Sergeant.
Roberts, Thomas L.......................... May 12, '61 .................. Sergeant; wounded at Missionary Ridge November
25, '63; captured, sent to Rock Island prison
where he died November 20, '64.
Robson. Wiley........................... May 12, '61 Arril 26, '61 Cartured.
Robertson, Joseph H................ '61 April 26, Transferred to Company "C," 7th Infantry.
Scott, Andrew.................................. .'6 .... ....... Killed at Bentonville, N. C. March 10, '65.
Scott, Wilson.............................. '1 April 26, '6. Wounded at New Castle, Ky., September 22, '62.
Singleton, John .......................... May 12, '61 ...................... Kilkd near Atlanta, On., August 3, '64; before this
he was promoted Orderly Sergeant.
Tedder, John H............................... '6 ................. Captured at Franklin, Tenn., November 30, '64.
Tillis, Temp......... ..... .... May 12, '1 Ar ril 26, '6f
Thoams, D. D..................... ........ May 12, '61 Arril 26, '6O
Thom'kins, Henry C..................... Oct. 12, '1 Arril 26, '61
Tompkins, J. T................................ Oct. 12, '61 April 26, '6O Cartured near Marietta, Ga,, July 3, '64; sent to
Camp Douglass, Ill. prison, remained there un-
til June 14, '65.
Vinsant, John................................ May 12, '61 April 20, '6 1spt Sergeant; lost right leg at Murfreesborough
.Deceirher 4, '64; captured and imprisoned un-
til June, '65.
Whi'e, James W......................... May 12, 'I1 April 26, ';. Transferred to Navy.




















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Roll Company A-ist Florida Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Williams, William F........................ Oct. 12, '61 April 20, '65 Wounded.
Witt, James S ........................... .. ... .......... Wounded at Missionary Ridge November 25, '63.
Witt, Jasper H....................... ..... Mch. 4, 62 ...................... Discharged, October, '62, disability; re-enlisted
October, '63, 9th Regiment, Company K; April
0, '65; lost arm at Missionary Ridge November
S______25, '63.


Roll Company B-ist Florida Cavalry.



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
John G. Haddock.................... June '61 ....................
ist Lieutenant-
Joseph H. Haddock.................... June '61 .... ...........
2nd Lieutenants-
Crozier C. Jones.......................... June '61 .......................
W. W. Shedd.................................................... April 2, '65
3rd Lieutenant-
Daniel R Howell........................ June '61 ......................
ENLISTED MEN.
Barnard, Bradley G ........................ June '61 ...................... Farrier.
Beatty, James........................... June '01 .................. Sergeant.
Blue, James.................. .... June '61 ......................
Braddock, Henry E.......................... June '61 May '65
Braddock, Huteo, L ........................................ ........ ..... '64 Disability; shot at Pine Mountain February, '64
Braddock, James A.................... June '61 May '65 Wounded at Dallas, Ga.
Braddock, John S.............................. June '61 ...
Braddock, Joseph...................... June '61 April 26, '65
Braddock, William ........................ June '61 .............
Brooks, John...................................... Dec. 18, '61 April 26, '65 Wounded at Missionary Ridge, Tenn.
B urnseed. P ....................................... ....................... ..
Carmichael, James D.................. June 61 ..
Cawthorn, Samuel.............................................April 26, 65
Charney, Gill ...................... ......... June '61 ...
Cooks, John G.............................. June '1 .... .......
Colson, Abram If.............................. June '01...
Cox, W illiam M .............................. June '61 .......................
David, S. R...................................... June '1 April 26, '65
Davis, Earl...................................... June '61 April 6, '65
David, G. R...................................June '61 April 26, '65 Wounded at Franklin. Tenn., Novenber]30, '64
Davis, Jackson J............................ June '61 ....................... and captured, paroled from Camp Chase prison.
Davis, John W.................................. June '61 April 260, '5
D rawdy, L........................................ ........................ A pril 26, '65
Fearless, John............................ ...................... Corporal.
Ford, George W.............................. June '01........................Corporal.
Gaines, J. 8........................... .........................
Gillin, Edward W............................ June '61 April 20, '65 Sergeant.
G reen, D avid.................................... June '61 ........................
Griffiths, James H......................... June '61 ...
Haddock, J. N........................................... ... April 26, '65
Hammond, Francis M..................... June '61 ...............
H agin, David G.............................June '61.................
Hagin, Jackson................................ June '61 ...........
Hagin, Joseph................................. June '61 ................. Blacksmith.
Higgenbothem, James H.................. June '61 ................
Higgenbothem, Madison............... June '61 ........................ Corporal; promoted Sergeant, mentioned for gal-
Iliggenhothem, Bourbon S. S......... June '61 ................ lantry at Chicakmauga.
Hogan, George W................. ............. June 61 .. ............
Holgerson, R. H........ ............... ...................... April 26, '05
Howard, Mathew A. ................. e '61 ........................
Howell, William H. IH....................... Jue '61..................
Hughs, Reuben................................ June '61 April 2,
Hunt, Jefferson ........................... June '61 April '61
Hunt, John M......................... June '61....................
Hunt, Samuel W............................ June '61 April 26, '65 Shot at Bentonville.
Jones, Augustus ................. ........... June '61......................
ones, Drery.............................. June 61........... ... Sergeant.
Jones, John H...... ... ......... June '61 April 26, '6
Johnson, Nathaniel T.......... June '61 ......................
Jones, Steuhen..................June '61.................... Died at Cam Chase prison November 23, '64;
Jones, William.................................. June '61 ............. grave No. 509.
Jones, W iley...................................... June '61 ........................
K elly, G eorge................................ June '61 ........ ..............
Land, R ichard........................... June '61 ........................
Lloyd, James B.................... June '61 ........... Bugler.




















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(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Lloyde, John F................................ une '61 ...................... Sergeant.
Lloyde, Henry William..... ....June '61......................Bugler; died of typhoid fever April 9, '62.
cK endre, James........................ Nov. '61 April 26, ';5
McKendree, Mark L.......................... June '61.......................
Musselwhite, James R............................................. April 26, '65
Nettles, John.............................. une '61 ........................
Norton, Lewis Jr............................. June '61 ... ..............
Osteen, Archibald .......................... June '61.............
Osteen, E zekell................................ June '61 ........................
Philips, Riley W.....................:.......... Oct. '61 April 26, '65 Lost an arm at Chickamauga September 19, '63.
'ickett, James E............................ Oct. '61 April 26, '65
Pickett. John W ............................ Oct. '1 ........................ Sergeant.
Pope, Jacob...................... ......... Oct. '62 ...
Price, James M................................. Oct. '2 April 26, '6 Sergeant.
Richardson. John............................ Oct. 62 ...
Rollins, John................................... Oct. 62... ........
Rollins, Peter.............................. ...........April 26, '65
Rollins, William.............................. Oct. '62 April 26, 65
Rowe, A xell........................... ........... June '61 ....... ..........
Rowe, William................................... June '61 ..... .....
Russell, Samuel........................ .. June '61 ....... '1 .. ................ Corporal.
Smith, David D ............... J e '...... ..................
Sm ith, John..................................... June '61 .... ...............
Stevens, Constant.............................. June '61 .... ..............
Stratton, )avid............................. June 1 .......................
Tanner, Benjam in......................... June 1 ........................
Tanner.'Cornelius................... '61.................. ..
Tanner, Joshua.................... ........... une '61................
Thomas, Eli....................................... une '61 April 26, '65
Thomas, William.............................. Oct. 15, '61 Aril 26, '65 Wounded at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., November
S 25, '63.
Thomas, D. D................................... Oct. 15, '6 April 26, '65 Wounded at Chickamauga September 19, '63.
Thomas, Daniel................................ June '61 .
Thom as, D ixon................................ une '(i ............
Thompson, John C....................... June ..........
Tison, Isaac..................... ...... June '61 April 26, '65 Captured at Missionary Ridge November 23, '63

imprisoned at Rock Island until July, '65.
Turnett, W illiam .............................June '61 ..........
Wainwright, Edward J................... June '61 April 26, '65 Wounded at Chickamauga September 19, '63; pro-
W est, W illiam .................................. June '61 ....................... m oted Sergeant.
Wilhon, B..... ........................ ........ April 26, '65
Williams, Stephen............... May 29, '61 April 26, '65 Captured at Nashville. Tenn., December 15, '64;
Williamson, W. H..................................... .... .... April 26, paroled from Federal prison at close of war.
Williamson, Stephen W ................... May 29, '61.......................
Wingate, James A.................... May 20, '61 ......................
Wingate, James B.............. ........ May 20, 61
Wingate, John.................. ....... May 29, G
W in te W illiam H ....................... M ay 29, '61 .......................
Wright. John M............................... May 29, '61............__



Roll Company C-ist Florida Cavalry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
John A. Sunmmerlin.......... .. July 1, '61 ...............
sat Lieutenants-
W. Me Queen Saunders................ July 1, '61 April 26, '65
Daniel B. Knight.......................... July 1, '61 April 26, '65 Promotefrom 2nd Lieutenant to t Lieutenant
was captured three times, once at Missionary
Ridge, but he escaped each time.
2nd Lieutenants-
Jacob Johns................................. July 1, '61 ....... ...........
C. M Lang................................................ ................ ............. R designed A pril 22, '62.
ENLISTED MEN.
Arich, Thom as H ............................ M ay '61 .....................
Beach, Joseph................................. Oct. 28, '61 May 12, '62 Disability.
B ooth John....................................... M ay 1 ... ..........
Britt, Amos................................ .... May '61 ......................
Blackweldon, David.................... May '61 ......................
'4loodworth, M martin E.......... ......... May .......................
Broer, George W............................ April 1, '61 '6: Injury, re-enlisted August, '63; in 2nd Cavalry,
Brooker, W. H April 26, '6, Captain Stephen's Company "B," shot at Shiloh
Brannine. (Georr.. W I IY *"I Arril 26, '6f Tenn., April 6, '62.
Brown, Hepk(lpth Mnv '61 ................
Carter, I l i \ .......... ... .. ... ......... .. .... Farrir.




















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MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Chalken, Excellison C.............................. ........... .......................
Benjamin, Chambers L.................... July '61 ................ lacksmith.
Conway, John M .......................................... ........................
D ias, John....................................... July '01 ......................
Dickerson, Henry............... .......... July '61 .................
Dickerson, William..................... Juy '1 .......................
Dillaberry, Francis.......................... t. '1 .................... Bugler.
Faland, George.................................... July 62 April 2, '65
Fonts, George W...........................J..uly '61 April 26, '05
Ginard, Claiborn................................. July '61 ...... ..............
G unter, Daniel................................ July '61 .... ................
Hardenbrook, James H.................. July '61 ....... ............ Corporal.
Haws, George W............................. July '61 .................
Holder, James B............................. Oct. 1, '61 April 26, '65
Houston, James.......................... uly 'J61 ....................... Corporal.
Johns, Isaac................ .... July 1, '61 .................
ohns, Jeremiah..................... uly '61............... ...
Johns, Luke.......................... ... July '61 ...................... Captured and imprisoned at Camp Chase, 0.;
died there February 1, '65; grave No. 1168.
Johnson, William................ Oct............. '01 ..................... Shot at Chickamauga, Ga. September 20, '63.
Kellum, David.......... ........................ 1, 61
Kellum, Thomas..........................Jul '61 ....
K ite, John........................................ Jul 1 61 ....
K ite, Robert.....................................Jul 1, 61
Knight, James R..................... July 1, 61 ... Sergeant.
Knight, Willliam H.................July 1, '61 ........................
Knowles, Henry..............................July 1, '61...................
Knowles, Manuel............................July 1, 61 April 2, '65
Livingston, Calvin..........................July 1, 61 ........................ Corporal.
Long, George W ................................ uly 1, '61 ......................
Long, Joseph.......................... July '61....................
McCluskie, Patrick................. July 1, '61.
McRae. Norman H........................... July 1, '61.......................
Mathews, W. E ............ ........................... .... April 26, '65
Mobley, James C...... ............. July 1, '61 ...................
Moor. William B ........................... July '61......... ........Corporal.
M orrison, D an.................................. .....................April 26, '65
Owens, Zacariah........................... ... July 1, '61 .......................
Ouin, Jam es T.................................. July 1, '61........
Regester, William.............................. ......... .... April 26, '65
R ollins, Peter....... ............ ........ July 1, '61 ........................
R oberts, David..... ................. ..... July 1, '61 ........................
Silcox, Henry 0...... .. .....Ju 1, 61 ........................ Sergeant.
tirlm son, John............ ................. July 1, '61 ........................
Silvester, John P................... .. July 1 '61..................
Swift. Simeon I)............................. July 1, 1 ..
Taland, Joshua ........................ July '61 .................. Sergeant.
Thomas, Carroleus.... ............... uly 1, '1 ..
W ilson, John.............. ...................... July ...
Wilson, Josiah ........ .......... ... July 1 '61 ...
Wilson, William ............... ... July 1, '1 Sergeant.
Wood, Warren............................... July 1, 61 ...
Wright, John...................................... July 1, '61


Roll Company D-ist Florida Cavalry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
John Harvey................................. May '61 .......................
George Troup Maxwell......... ......... ..... Apr 26, 65 Promoted Captain Co. D; then Colonel 1st Florida
Cavalry.
D. Elwell Maxwell..................... May '61 ...................... Promoted Captain August, '63.
Ist Lieutenants-
Joseph T. Pons............................ Ma '61 ... ......
Francis P. Fleming.................... July 13, '61 ..................... Transferred from Co. H, 2nd Infantry; promoted
2nd Lieutenant- 1st Lieutenant.
A. B. Canood.............................. May '61......................
3rd Lieutenants-
James Burnsed............ ....... May '61.......................
Phin Burnsed........................April 26,'65 Promoted 3rd Lieutenant.
W. H. Wingate......... ............ .................. April 26, '65 Promoted 3rd Lieutenant Co. D, 1st Florida Cav-
alry; afterward consolidated with 4th Florida
ENLISTED MEN. Regular Infantry.
Alford, William..... ...... ... May '61... ........
Beasley, Berry............................ May '61.......................




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 253


Roll Company D-ist Florida Cavalry.
(CoTINuED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. BEMAREA.

Beasly, Hiram............................ ......
Beal, Nathaniel..................................... ......
Beasly, W illiam ................................ May '61 ....... ...........
Benton. Thomas .............................. May '61 .... ......
Berry, Henry D.......................... May '61........................ Farrier.
Blkwelder, Mose........... ...................... Sergeant.
Byrd, W. M. T....................... ........................ ................
Bohannan, Duncan...................... May '61 ....................
Bohannan, John D.......................... My '61
Burnseed, James....................... May '61 April 26, '65
Burned, James W...... ........ May '61 .......................
Burnsed, John E............................ May '61 ..................Sergeant.
C anova, B ......................................... ................................................
Carlton, Lewis.................................. May '61 .... .... Sergeant.
Combs, James........ ........ May '61..............
Combs, William.......................... May '61 ...........
Crews, Samuel................................... Aug. 18, '61 ................. Shot at Missionary Ridge. Tenn., November 18,
'03; again at Nashville, Tenn., December 15, '64.
Davis, Earl............................ Aug. 18, '61 May 8, '65
Davis, John C..................... ........................................... Died in hospital of disease July 6, '63.
Davis, Richard B.................. May '1 ....................
Dobson, Benjam in C.... ................................ ........................
Dowling, Berien......................... May '61 ..................
Dowling, William H................ May '61 ... ...........
Driggers, A............................ ....................
Driggers, William M...................... May '61 ................. Corporal.
Dugger, Aaron....... ........... May '1 ...........
Dugger, R. B................................... May '61..................
Dukes, William ............................ May '61 April 26, '65
Falany, John............................... May '61 ..................Musician.
Falany, Joseph........................... May, '61 ... ..........
Fraser, James...... ............... May '61 ..............
Green, Aaron R..................... May 61 ...........
Green, William...................................................................... Discharged at expiration of term; reenlisted in Co.
Garrett,. illiam................ April 62 April '65 E, 9th Regular Infantry, Capt. Ass Stewart.
Guthrie, Aaron............................. May '61 April 26, '65
Gwalthrey, Aaron........................ April '61 April 26, '65
Hagg, Francis......... .... ... ..... May '61 .......... Corporal.
Harvey, James A....... ............. May '1 ..................
Harvey, John W.................... May '61 ... ..........
Hodges, James M............. ....... Sept. '1 ................. Shot at Peach Tree Creek, Ga., July 22, '64.
Hunter, Elishu.......... ...................... Sept. '61
Hunter, Henry................................. Sept. '61 ...
Hunter, James D.................... Sept. '61 .......... .Corporal.
John, Reuben H......................... Sept. '61 April 20, 65
Johns, William B........................... Sept. '61..................
Johnson, Josiah............... S '................. Sept. '1 ..
Johnson, Stephen......................... Oct. '01 April 2, '5 From prison.
Kemp. Joshua F................ April '62 ... ... Wounded at Camp Walton, F., April 27, '2 and
Lee, Jeremiah............................. May '1 ........ .......... discharged.
Lee, Sineon..................................... M ay '01 ................
Lee. W illiam..................................... May ...........
Long, David......................... ........ May '61 ............ lack mith.
Mathis, John................................ April '2 April 20, '65 Paroled from prison at Rock Island, Ill.
Motes, Henry....... .........May '1 ... ........
Motes, William........................ May '61..................
Norman, D. G. W........... ............................ April 20, '65
Osteen, Noah............................... May '61 .... .......
Partin, James B........................... May '61 April 20, '65
Phillips, Henry.. ........ .. May '01... ........
Philips, Riley.................. ...... Oct. 16, '1 ......... ........ Lost left arm at Chickamauga and discharged.
Philips, W illiam ................................................... ....................... Mentioned for gallantry at Chickam auga.
R autherson, Jaco ......................... .. M ay '6 1 ........................
Rawles, Micheal ............................. May '6 1 .......................
Roberts, Johnathan........... May................... May ... ... Musician.
Sallas, Gom ocend ........................... M ay 1 ......................
Sebastian, Sebasthin....... .. My '61 .................. Corporal.
Shaw, James T ..... ... ... ..... May '61 .......................
Smith, Jackson W................. Diedof pneumonia at Ly hburg, Va., April, '63.
Sweat, W. F.................................. May '61 ................ f iri
Thoams, D. D .................. ...... April 26, '65
Thomas, John J......................... Mch. '64 June '65 From Camp Douglass prison, Ill.
Townsend, William A.................... Oct. '64 April 20. '65 Wounded at Griswoldville, Ga., December, '64.
Trage, Franci................ May '01 .................
Triay, Francis A........................ Nov. 17, '61 April 26, '65 Shot at Atlanta, Ga., July 22, '64.
Valley, John............................. .... M ay '61 ........................
Vame, Andrew L.................... May '61...........
Varne, Isaac.................................. May '61...........
Walker, Jerrimiah............................ May '61 April 26. '5 Was at home on sick furlough at surrender.
Wells, Fred..... ...... ........ Oct. 18, '61 April 26, '65 Discharged from hospital.
Wells, Henry ........................ Oct. 18, '61 April 26, '65 Paroled from Camp Chase, O., prison.
W ells, W illiam J............................. May '61..................
Yarborough, Thom as....................... May '61 .... ................




















254 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company E-xst Florida Cavalry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
C harles F Cone.................................................. ..................
ist Lieutenant-
W ila L ee.................................... ........................................
2nd Lieutenants-
W illiam B. N. Crews ................... July '61 ........ .........
Em anuel Sm ith............................. ................... A pril 26, '65
N L. Bryan .................................. ....-............... ........................ Prom oted 2nd Lieutenant Co. E, Ist Regiment
ENLISTHED MEN. Cavalry.
Bell, David........................................ ............. Sergeant.
B ennett, John.............................. ...... July '61 ... ........
Bethea, Fortes........ .......... July '61 ... ...........
Bell. Thom as N .............................................
Brooks, Jacob W ............................July '1 .................. corporal.
Bruner, James W ............................. July ................. arrier.
Bryan, Benjamin................. July '1.............
Bryan, Joseph................................. ly ....... ....... Bugler.
Cabin AVt,.rio, hil '(01 ...........
Cheshire, 'lIiri ,\ 1Il, '4 1 ... ................
Cheshire, James................................ July '6i .................
Craig, Columbus I)........................ uly '61 ................Sergeant.
Crews, Henry....................... .. July '61 ....... .
Crews, Joseph........................ July '1 ......................
Cribbs, Solomon B...... ..... ........................ '62 Disability.
Crews, John L.................................. ....................... ....... Lost a leg at Atlanta August 10, '64; died '88.
C rew s, I. N ...................................... .................... .................
Darrell. Samnson.......... ... Nov '1 ..................... Captured at Missionary Ridge, Tenn.; imprisoned
Daugherty, John......................... .................... at Rock Island until close of the war.
Davis, Lawson G ............. July................ ............
D onald, John 0 .... .... .................. July '61 ........................
Dowling, John M..................... ov. '61 April 26, '5
Durrence, John ..... ... ................. N ov. '(1 .......................
G oodbread J. ............................... ........................ ................
G uin, R obert E ............................... July 1 ... ..............
Gvlp, John D........... .... ......... Jully '61 ...
Hair, George.............................. July '61 ... ...........
H ayes, George.....................................J y 6 .. .......... Bugler.
Hayes, Robert............. ............... July '61 ............ Sergeant.
Hines, Isaac................ ........................ .......
H ogan. Joseph S.............................. N ov. '61 ........................
H organs. Lewis................... .......... Nov. '61 ...................
Humphreys, John T ................... July '61 ...........
SHunter, David.............................. July '(l ................ .... Blacks ith.
Ihunter. George...... ... ........ ly '1 .......................
IH hunter, R obert....................... uly 1 .......................
Jackson, Benjamin ( ......... uly it ........................ Sergeant.
Jackson, Jam es M ........................ July '61 ........................
Jenkins, D .F...................................... ..... .. ...... ............
Johns. Levy M ......... .... ..... A. pril '61 ........................
Johnson, Louis A.......................... uly '61 ............
Johnson, Moses........................... July '61 .....................
Johnson, William R.................... July '01 ............
Kelly, George ................. ... July '61 .............. Died Camp Chase February 25, '65; grave No.
Kite, John C...... ............. July '61 1443.
Lee, E ward M ................... ........... '4I Ap.ril 2,1, "i'4
Lee, I M ...................... ........ ...................................
Leggett, R obert J............................. .... ............ .......................
Lewis, George W......................... ......... ............. Mentioned for gallantry.
Lovell, Sampson.................. ........................................
McInnis, Hilliard....................... Oct. 1, '61 April 26, '65
McKenney, James...... .......... July '61 ..................
Martin, Jesse........................................ .... Died at Chattanooga.
Mathis, Daniel................................ .......... .... By parole from prison at Rock Island May, '65,
and died on way home.
Mitchell, Charles..................... ............... .. ... Corporal; died April, '62.
Mobley, Samuel E............................. ........... ..... .... Died of "Bone Scurry" at Camp Chase, Morton
Ind., January 29, 65; captured at Missionary
Ridge.
Newman, William M....................... ............... April 26, '6 Captured at Missionary Ridge; imprisoned Rock
Padgett, Isam ... .............. July '61.................. Island and from there paroled June '65.
Pickett, J. D............ ............ .. .... April 26, '65
Polk, Joseph F....... ........ ......... July '61.... .......
Register, Francis.... ..... .... Nov '61 April 26, '65
Roberson, James L................ July '61 ....................
Roberson Wiley. .... ...... ................... April '65
Roberts, David.... ....... .... July '61 ........ ...........
Roberts, John H..................... Nov. 14, '62 April 26, '65
Sanp, R aiford ........................ .................... ......... ........ ...
Sills, William.................April 61 Apri 26. 65 Shot in head and right hand.
Smith Heekiah............................. Nov. '61 April 26, '65 Captured Missionary Ridge November 20, '63- im-
prisoned at Rock Island; exchanged at Rich-
inionId, Va., March, '65.
Smith Jacob............................................ ........... ..... Died Camp Chase February 24,'65; grave No. 1432
S mit J cob ..................... .................. C p r M




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 255


Roll Company E-xst Florida Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Smith, James T............. ....... July '62 ......................
Stokely, W. G.................. ................................. .... Died Camp Chase February 8, '65; grave No. 417.
Tarre, Samson...........................July '61 .........
Taylor, Lewis L............. ....... Mch. '62 April 26, '65
Thompson. Edward......................... July '61........................
Turner, Lem ............................................................. April 26, '65
Tyner, Edward.............................. July '61 ..................
Watson, Thomas.............. ......... July '61 ........................ Corporal.
Weeks, Stephen...... ........ ........ April 26, '65 Promoted 2nd Lieutenant, Co. G, 1st Florida;
Willis, William W.....................July '61 April 26, '65 then Captain.
Yelverton Gideon.... ...............................
Yelverton, Jesse........................ ..............April 26, '65 Captured in Kentucky; sent home on parole.


Roll Company F-ist Florida Cavalry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICER.
Captains-
William M. Footman............ .. .................... ........................ Promoted Major.
B. M. Burroughs....... ........................................... Transferred from Company H, 2nd Infantry and
promoted Captain.
xst Lieutenant-
R ichard B. M axwell............................................ ..................
and Lieutenants-
Joseph H. Sappington..............................
Joseph J. C. Chaire.......... ................
3rd ieutenants-
Thomas N. Footman........................................ April 26, '66 From prison on Johnson's Island, 0; promoted
3rd Lieutenant.
J. Bradley McLeod...................... Nov. '61 April 26. '65 Promoted 3rd Lieutenant.
ENLISTED MEN.
A dam s, E lijah.................................... ................. ....................
A shley. T hom as.. ...... ................. ................................................
B all, H art T ............................................................. ........................
Bell. Stephen............................. ......... .......................... Promoted Corporal.
Benton, James F......................... ......... .............. Corporal.
Bugg. W illiam 8......................................................... ....................... Prom oted Corporal.
B urns, B all....................................... ... .............. ......................
B urns, M ichael........... ................. ............... ......................
Collins, W illiam ................................................ ........................
Cox, T hom as V ..................................... ................ ....................
D avis, A llen ................................... ..................... .....................
D avis, E lish ........................................................... ..................
D avis, T hom as F ...................................................... ..................
D urrance, John A .............................................. ........................
Ellison, Joseph D ..........................
Ellison. Joshua H ................. ....... ....................
Faulkner, James N.......................... Nov. 25, '61 ........................ Discharged after one year's service, disabled by
chronic inflammation of the bowels; re-enlisted
in Taylor County and became Captain of 5th
Florida Battalion; formerly Carraway Smith's
Company.
Footman, Johl M........................ ...... .. ............romoted Captain of some other Company in this
Reginment.
Giles, James M.................................. Jan. '61 ............C........... captured at P'each Tree Creek, Ga., July 22, '64;
imprisoned at Camp Chase, O., until March, '65;
paroled.
Godwin, Stephen.............................. Nov. 24, '61 ..................... Died of pneumoniaJanuary 1, '63.
G waltney, W illiam F........................................... ......................
Hines John W....................... Nov. 24, '61 April 28, '65 Wounded at Nashville, Tenn., December, '64.
H urst, W illiam M........................................................
Hurst, John M........... ..............
Hurst, Thomas H............................. Nov. '61 April '62 Cause disability, re-enlisted in '64 in William J.
Jackson, William................................ ... ........ ..................... Baiey's, then in Fernandez's Company; "Home
Jackson, N ewton.............................. .......................................... G uards."
Jackson, George W...................... ....................................
Johnson, Milton......... .. .... .. ...............
Kersey, W illiam ................................ ...... ..... ..........
Kinsey. J. Irvin..............................62 April 2, '65
Lamb, Samuel H......................... ........................................ Sergeant.
Lester, B. E............................... ...................... ........................ Promoted Lieutenant; Company "C," 5th Bat-
L ynn, John F.................................... ........................ ........................ talion; Scott.
Lynn, W illiam N ...... ... .............. ........................ .............
M cDowell, Franklin................................................ ..................
M cDowell, W illiam .............................. ............ ...................
M cLeod, John B ...................................................... .................. Sergeant.





















256 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company F-Ist Florida Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT, REMARKS.

M attair, H enry.......................................................... .......... ....
Mathis, John ......... ........ ....................
M weeks, A m os ....................................... ...................................
M iller. F rank...................................... .................... ....................
Nis, Elijah............................... ....... ......... ... Musician.
Paley, E. W.............................................. April 2 '65
P arker, D aniel.................................. .............................
Parker, John.................... .... 1 ....................... Sergeant; died of measles May 3, '03.
Powell, Isaac A .................................. ..... ....... ........
Raker, John M...... ............ .. ............ ......
R iv er, D av id ...... ........................ ........................ ........................
Rodgers, W. 0....... ............ ............ April 26, '65 Transferred to Company "G," 3rd Infantry; Thos.
Sallis, David...................... .......................................... ..... Langford.
Scott, D aniel W ............................. ................................................ sergeant.
Sherrod, John........................ .................................... ................ Corporal.
Silas, John................................... ........... April 26, 5
Singleton. R ichard............................ ..................... ...................
Slanton, R ichard W ................................................ ....................
Sm ith A s I ............................................................ ........................ B ugler.
Spencer, W illiam J........................... ....................... ..................
S tephens, Jam es ........................... ....................... ..................
S tokeley, John B ..................................................... ..................
S tokeley, John .............................. ...... ............ ...................
Sylvus, June.
Treemat: -4'...I
Tully, Gi.',Ige \i \ ril 'i, ''** Mleinioned for gallantry.
T ully, W C ........... ............................................ ........................
W walker, H enry W ............................... ................. .... .......
Whiham, Davi.............................. ......... .. ...........
W oods, H enry G ........... ........ ............ .......... .....................
Younghlood, Abram W .. .......... .............................. .............



Roll Company G-Ist Florida Cavalry.



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN, OUT. REMARtS.

OFFICERS,
Captains-
N icholson S. Cobb................. ...... July 13, '61 ..................
D. E. Maxwell.............................. July 13, '61 ... ........ Transferred from Company H, 2nd Regiment Ca-
valry and promoted Captain; Company 0, 1st
ist Lieutenant- Cavalry, '04.
Henry Bradford......................... July 13, '61 .......... ........
2nd Lieutenant-
John G. Rawls............................ July 13, '61 ...... ...........
3rd Lieutenants-
Burrell StoKker Inly Ii ',.I
Thomas 'Pe.ih wk Plr.m..ln el Lieutenant.
J. F. Hart.................. ........... ..................... Promoted Lieutenant.
EN.ISTHD MEN.
A pple, Louis............................... ...... July 13, 1
Beck, Robert D................................ July 13, I
Benefield, Eli.................................. July 13, fl A\ i 2i, '
Brock, James A.............................. July 13, '11
Daniels, Louis,...................... ... July 13, '1.1
Davis, )aniel J........................ Jly 13, '61 .....................
Everett Arthur E........................... Jy 13, '1 ..
Faircloth, Daniel................... ... July 13, '61...........
Faircloth, Sanford....cf ........................uly 13 '61.... ...
Gainer, John...... ..... ..... July 13, '61 ... ...........
Gaines, John.................................... July 13 '61
Harris, Joseph B................................. ..... ...........
H airs, John R.................................. July 13, '01 ........................ Corporal.
Harvall, Joseph B........... .......... July 13, '61 ........................ Sergeant.
Highsm ith, Isaac.... .......... .... July 13 '61 ........................
Hogans, Monroe.......................... July 13 '61 ........................ Farrier.
Holden, Daniel P......................... July 13, 61 .... .... Corporal.
Hudson. Garrett........................... July 13, '61 ......................
H u rst, J M .............................. ......... .................... ........................
ohns, James W..................... July 13, '61 ......... ......... Shot at Chickamauga September 20, '63.
Kelly, Archibald E...................... July 13, 1 ...
Lang, Edward ................................. July 13 '61 ...
Lang. Levi......................... July 13, '61 ...
ofton, Jesse................................ July 13, '61 ...
Lynn, Andrew J............................. July 13, '61 ...
McGehee, Samson....................... July 13, '61....................
McLeaud, Alexander................ July 13, '61..................




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 257


Roll Company G-ist Florida Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

MeLeaud Neil.................................. July
Martin, Harrison......................... July 13 '61........
Meddus, Green.............................. .. July '61...
Nobles, Saunders........................ July '61... .. Corporal.
Parish, James...................... .. u .......... Jul '61 ...
Patrick, Thomas................................ July '61 ...
Philpot, Anderson... ............. ............ Juy 1, '61 ... ...........
Philpot, James J........................... Ju 1, '61...........
Price, Barnett........Ju........................ 1Bugler.
Renfrow, Nathaniel J................ Ju '61 ... ...Corporal.
Roddenbery, William........................ July 1, '61........
Shepherd, M es........................... July '61 ... ...........
Shipp, W illiam ................................ July 1 '61.. .......... Blacksmith.
Sparksman, Henry...................... July 1, '61...........
Starling,.................... ....... ..... ..,...... July '61...
Starling, Thomas ........................ July 1 '61.........
Strawn, David.......... ........... l........... Ju.y 1 '61 ..
Thomington, Thomas.................. July 1, '61 ... ...........
Tiner, E. J.......... ........................ .......... ..... ................... ....... Mentioned for gallantry"at Chickamauge.
W walker, Eanah................................ July 1, '61 ......... .........
Walker, Isham..........uly 1 '61 ..................... Bugler.
W alker, Landrie A..........61.............................
W aters, R ichard.............................. Jul 1, '61 ........................
Weeks, James T.......................... July 1, 61 ................. Sergeant.
W hite, H aser...................... .......... July 1, 61 ......... ........
W ilkinson, James H ............................ .......... ........ .............. Sergeant.
Wilkinson, Lewis................. ........July 1, '61 ..................
Wilkinson, William R.................... July 1, '61 ... ...........
Wilkinson, Willis........................... July 1 '61 ... ...........
Williamson, Cornelius...... ...... July '61 ................
illiamson, John............................ Jul 1 '61... .....
Williamson, Stephen. .............. Jul....... y '61... .
Wiliamson, Williarm....................... '61 .
Wood, Absalom B............................ Jly '61 ..
W ood, Igdolio N ............................... July 1 '61........


Roll Company H-ist Florida Cavalry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
Noble A. ull............................ July '61 .................. Resigned.
D. E. Maxwell.........................:. ..... ....... ........................ Promoted to Captain; Company 'H," 1st Cavalry.
sat Lieutenants--
Joseph R. Haddock.................... uly '61...
Ira L. McCollum........................... Oct. 16, '61 June 19, '65 Wounded and captured at Murfreesborough. Tenn.,
December 4. '64; imprisoned at Fort Delaware
until paroled; promoted 1st Lieutenant.
James P. Morgan... ....... .......... ...... ............ April 26, '65 Promoted 1st Lieutenant.
and Lieutenant-
Daniel C. Sanders...................:. July 1, '61 ..................
3rd Lieutenant-
W illiam Edwards............................ July '61 .......... ........
ENLISTED MEN.
Baker, George W.......................... July 1, '61 ................ sergeant.
Bass, Benjamin................................................ ... Captured at Missionary Ridge, Tenn.. Nov. 25.
'63, and died in prison at Rock Island, March
4, '64.
Bell, Thomas N.................................................................... Captured at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., November
Boasman, Joseph H.......................... '61 ........................ 25, '63; imprisoned at Rock Island.
Bowen, William.................. Jy .............. July ...
Brook, James A.............................. Dec. '60.......................Discharged for disability, re-enlisted in Captain
Lutlerloh's Company; promoted 1st Lieutenant
Company "I," 1st Cavalry and again 1st Lieu-
tenant in Lutterloh's Company.
Brock, Merideth ........................ July '61 .................. .. Sergeant.
Brooks, Georrfe W
Bronson, 8. P Ilec 'l1 I he*l, November 4, '64.
Conner, W illiam 0 ......................... ........................ ........................
Corbin, James W...... ...... ...... Dec. 1, '61 ........................ Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., September 19, '63.
Cowart, John F................................ ............................... Captured and sent to prison at Rock Island where
he died February 28, '64.
Carl, Jesse Sr ................................... Jul '61 ........................Farrier.
Carl, Jesse Jr.................................. Jul 1, '61.........
Davenport, William B.................... July 1, .
Dawson, James H Inlv 1, I
Dees, Nathaniel MI I II, 1, '1



















258 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company H-ist Florida Cavalry.
CONTINUEDE.)

NAMES MUSTERED MUSTERED REMAR1.S
IN, OUT.

Demere, Vinclau............................... Juy 1, '61 ......................Corporal.
Dempsey Sylvester........................ July 1, '61 .......................
Dupree, George W.......................... July '61 .................. Corporal
Ellis, Joseph A .................................. July 1, '61 ........................
Feilding, John T ................................ July '61 ........................
Forsom Patrick H.......................... July '61 .... ................
Forsom, William G................. uly 61........................
Fuqua, James................................. July 1, '61 ........ ..........
Goff, William C................. ......... ...... ...... ... Died in hospital during the war.
Goodbread, Thomas..... ............ ... July '6 ......... ...........
G reene, B H .. ............................ ............ .... .. April 26, '65
Hair, Rowland....... ............................. ..... Killed at Dallas, Ga., May 28. '64.
Hatch, Silas................... .. ................ .... Captured at Missionary Ridge, taken to Rock Is-

land prison, Ill., remained thqre until close of
war.
Hawkins, T H.................................. Nov. '61 June 19, '65 Discharged from Rock Island prison.
Herring, Henry H ......................... July '61 ........... ..... Sergeant.
H olland D .............................................................. .................
Jenkins, D F................................... .......... .. A pril 26 '65
Johnson, Alexander L...................... July '1 ...
Johnson, Jam es...............J......... July .... ............
Kelly Robert W................ July '61 ..........
Lee, Jesse............ .................................................. ..... Died at Chattanooga, Tenn., May 1, '62.
Leech, Baxton M........................... July '61 ...................
Lochlin, Gideon.............................J uly '61 ..........
Lochlin, John....... .............. ......... u '61 ........................
Loeblin, John................July.'61..........y
Lochlin, W illiam............................. July '61 .................
Low Thomas M........................... ... uly '61 .... ................
McClellan, Charles............. ..... Ju '61 .................
Martin, W.............................. Jan '62 April 26, '65 Captured at Missionary Ridge, paroled from
Mathews, Zackeriah......B.................. July 1 '62 .... .......... prison May 20, '65.
Owens, Benjamin F.......................... 1 '62 ...........
Parker, Owen W.......................... July 1 '62 ..................... Blacksmith.
Parker, Walter M................... July 1, '62 ................
Peacock, J. A......... .......................................'64 Dischaiged for disability; shot at Missionary
Pedder, Thomas.................... July 1 '62 ................. Ridge December 27, '63.
Rawls, J. W..................................... Oct. '62 April 26, '65 Captured at Olustee, imprisoned at City Point and
Washington City until close of war.
Reese. Thomas A......... ... July 1 '62.................. .... Musician.
Roberts, J. D..................... .... April 26. '65 Promoted Corporal.
Sheffield, D. B.......................................... ............ April 26, '65
Simmons, G. W.......................................................... ....... Sergeant; mentioned for gallantry.
Simmons, Moses N...................... July '61 .......................
Smith, H M.................................. ......... ..... April 26, '65
Sm ith, John L.................................. July '6 .... ................
Sm ith, Lovett.................................... J '6 .... .....
Smith, Robert R..... ......... ........ July '62
Sm ith, S. A....... ............................. .................... ri 26
Smith, Sinon S......................... ...... July '02.......... ....
Swinnney, Thom as.......................... July '62 ... ...........
Tedder, Thomas R............................ Nov. 28, '62 April 26, '65
Tavell, Sampson .............. .. ........ ............. April 20, '65 Captured at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., November
Walker, Benjamin........................... uly ... ....... 24, '63; imprisoned at Rock Island, Ill.
Walker, George P...................... July '62 ...........
Walker, James M ........................... June '62 .............. Discharged, disability, '64.
W alker, W illiam T............................ July '61 ..................
W iley, Isaac J.................. .... uly '62 ................ Corporal.
Wright, George..... ............. July ..........
Yates, Needham..... ............... ... 1, '61..........


Roll Company I-rst Florida Cavalry.



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFllICERH.
Captaln-
W. D. Clark................... .... July '61 ...........
ist Lieutenant-
Sam uel J. K ennard.... ............................................................
2nd Lieutenant-
Jam es W eeks........................................................ ..................
3rd Lieutenants-
tehen Weeks.................. ....................................... Promoted Captain Co. G; resigned March 20, '63.
R. B. Weeks ................................. ....... April 26, '65
ENLISTED MEN.
Allen..n,. ..rnant.
Aiidern- ul, IWlIIIInl



















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 259


Roll Company I-ist Florida Cavalry.
(CONTImNED.)


NAMES MUSTERED MUSTERED REMAItd .
IN. OUT.

Appel, Louis................................... Dec. '61 April 26, '65 Wounded at Murfreesborough December 4, '64:
Avery, C. S....................................... ........................ ................... captured and sent to Cam p Chase, 0; paroled
Barry, Joseph H ...................................................... .................... from there '65.
Barry, W. F...................................... ........... ............ ........ Shot and captured; died in prison at Chattanooga
Barker James A....................................................... ....................... November, '63; promoted Sergeant.
Beale, William M........................
Beck, R. D........................................ Jan. '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., September 20, '63
Bennefleld, Eli Hardy.................... Jan. '61 ....................... Wounded at Atlanta July 22, '64; also bayonet in
Barry, Frank............................. arm.
B igham W C ................................... .............. ..... ........................
Boune, James H........................................................... ........ Discharged, '63; disability incurred in line of duty.
C a le, G po rge ...................................... ........................ ........................
Cale, John......................................... ........ ......................
Cason, Bartholomow........... ; ............
Chaistw ell, Jam es M .............................................. ..................
C heser, Leroy ................................... ............. ..... .................
Cheser, W illiam W .......................................................
Coker, Egbert Beville...................... June '61 ........................ Shot at New Hope Church, Ga.. June 10, '64.
Davis, Daniel J................................. Dec. '1 ...................... Discharged at Knoxville December, '62, for injury
to knee.
Denkins, William H........................ ............ .... ................... Blacksmith.
Dorman, John G...... ....... ....... ...............
D unaw ay, John............................... .................. ........................
E nnis, Jam es M ...................................................... .......................
E nnis. M athew ................................ ..........................................
Faireloth, Daniel D.........................Feb. '62 April 26, '65
Frier, A A ........................................ ...................... ........................ Captured at M missionary Ridge, Tenn.
Fussell, Arnold....... ...............................
Gaskins, William H......................... ....
Giddens, Andrew............... ................ .......................
Gibson, Elisha........................... Mch. '62 April 26, '6
Grimes, John........................... Jan '62 April 26, '65 By parole from Rock Island.prison at close of the
Guest, Mathew................................ '61 May 9, '65 war; mentioned for gallantry.
Hagin, Peter T. J............................. Oct. '61 '64 Discharged on account of wounds; wounded four
di,,er.f.t tires in battle, at Resaca, Missionary
Hall, William.................................................. ........... Ridge, Chickamauga and near Rome, Ga., the
Hamilton, Calvin........... :: ... .......... .......... last a fracture of the skull.
Hamilton, Irwin............................. ............................. Corporal.
H am ilton, Sherod M ..................................................
H ea gy H enry ................................... ........................ ....................
Hester, William W
Hogan, Henry A rn .'6. G5
H ogan, Peter J. M ........................... .... ..............................
H ow ell, E T (L .)......... ................................... ........................
Jackson. John A .............................. ....................... ..................
Johns, James W............................. Dec. 20, '61 ....................Shot at Chickamauga, Ga., September 20, '63.
Jones, John....................................... Oct. 61 ............ ......... Shot in Kentucky August, '62.
K elly, Jacob.... ............... ... .... ..... ..... ......... ............................. Corporal.
K elly, John 0...... .... .................... .............
Kennard, James J............ ............. ........................ Ist Sergeant.
Lee, Jesse
Loftin, Jesr- '01 I,,underd at Resaca, Ga., May 15, '64.
Lynn, A. J... ........................... ........
ynn, W illiam ................. ..... ............... .................... ......
McGlor, David......................... .... April 26, '65
McRae, James W ......... ................ April 26 '65
Matteoir James....... ....... ....... ..... April 26, '65
Merritt, uous.......:......... ........ ..... April 26, '65
Miller, William.....:......... ............. April 26, '65
Mobley, Micajah .................. ...... ....................... April 26, '65 Corporal.
Mobley, Ransom D... ............................ April 26 '65
Moore, Jackson................................................ April 26, 65
Moore, James..... ..................
M oore. R iley.................................. ....................... A pril 26, '
Morgan, Thomas......... ................ .............. April 26, '65
Nelson, 1. T ....................................... ........................ ...................... Died in service. .
N obles, A lfred ................................... .................. .......................
N orth John ....................................... ................... .....................
Odom, John.......................................................
Parker, Richard......................... ........................
Pennel, G. B..................................... Mch. '62 May '65
P revatt, R euben ............................... ...............................................
Pringle, Thomas D.......................................... April 26, '65
Register, George......................... ..................... ....... ...... Sergeant.
R ichards, Job T ............................... ............. ........................
Roberson, H ardy............................
Roberts, Jam es L ... ..................... ..... ....... ,. .. ....
Shi William ......................... Dec '1 April 6,65 Wounded at Savannah.
Sanchez, Frank H ........................ '61 April 26, '65 Wounded at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., December
'63.
Stanton, George W.......................... Jan. '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., September 19,'63.
Stew art, H enry G .................................................. ............
Strobbles, Jacob G ......................................... ....................... ... Sergeant.





















260 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company I-ist Florida Cavalry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUISTEIED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Thomas, James E............................. '62 ................. Died in service 'O2.
Tomlinson, Naan.................. .... .......... April 20, '65
Tranthem, W. P..................... ............. April 20, '65
T yer, John........... .............
T yner, dw ard J........................... ......... ........................
Walker, Isham................................................April 2,
W ard, Richard.......................... .....................
Weeks, George W................................. ......................
W eim er, D aniel..................................... .............. ........................
W einer, Tounsend............................................ ................
White, H... ...... Died at Camp Chase Felruary, '65; grave No. 1304
W ilkeron, J. H ............................... .... .. April 26, '65
Williams, Stephen.......................... ec. '61 April 26, '65
Williamson, Stephen................... Dec. '61 April 2, '65
Willis, R. T....... ......... ...................... April 26, '65


Roll Company K-ist Florida Cavalry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
David Hughes............................... uly 61 1, '1...... ..... Resigned '62; disability.
G. Finley.............................J e ... June '1 ... Promoted Captain '62.
Ist Lieutenants-
Emmet E. Barry............ .... July 1, '61 ........................
Andrew G. LaTaste........ ............... ......... st Sergeant; promoted 1st Lieutenant resigned
and Lieutenant- April 24, '04.
William Hughes.................. July 1, '61 .................... Resigned April 24, '64.
3rd Lieutenant-
W illiam Platt.............................. July 1, 1 ....................
ENLISTED MEN.
Adam s, W illiam F....................... ........... ....... .............................. Blacksm ith.
Barber, Elbert E........... ... July 1, '61 ........ ............. Musician.
Barber, William W..................... Dee '02 April 26, '65
Bradley, R. J.................. Jan. 1, '62 April 26, '65 Sergeant.
Combee, Hampton.....................July 1, '61 ........................
Crews, Micajah......................................
Crews, W A ........................ .. July 1 '1 ......... .........
Crews, W illiam B... ................. ..... ...................
Colbert, Benjamin F.................. July 1, '61 ............
Colbert, Felning .......... ......... July 1, 1 .. ................
Colding, J. I. April 26 'Ii'
Cooper, Janime- J.,i I. i1
Crichton, Jhl.ii W \% il .'u. 1 ">
Darby, John W ......................... ........... April 26, '65
D arby, Thom as J... ........... ........ July 1, '61 ....................
Drew, W illiam C.................... ..... July 1, '61.......................
Futch, J. W .................................... ......... ... .. A pril 2 '5 Corpor
Futch William............................. Jan. 20, '62 April 26, '65 Bugler.
Gideon, Morrik July 1, '61 .................
Goddard Illirey J Jan. 18, '61 ................ mentioned for gallantry; wounded September 19,
'63; was not in army service after that date; dis-
Gold, Andrew Jilv 1, '61 charged at reorganization at Chickamauga;
Godwin. ira..,,- M.1i '61 \.i iil '" l'1 something about right arm; nmntioned for Cor-
pordl.
Harris, Sam uel B. S...................... .. Mcl. 1, '61 .......... ........ Corpor l.
SHarville, Davi I,
Hendry, William M M, I ill
HIolton, Thomas Jil I. u.- ,Ail 2J. "o.
Hull, Stephen..... Jil I. 61 Lt ir.nrl.
McKinney, Samul 1.1. I 111
MrLellan, Willianm Jl. 1. 1.I
McNeil, James.... I I '1- \111 .' i
Malvin William............................. .. April 26, '65 Sergeant.
Miley, James T................................ an '62 Aril 2 '5 Shot through body at Missioary Ridge Decem-
M onr J hn................. ......... uly 1, '61 .................. ber 27. '63.
Peele, Jerry................................. July 1, '6I
Peele Lemul ............................. uly. 1. 'i
Peters, Allimon W .hlv 1, '.1
Peters, (;e:.rr Jul 1, Ill
Phan, James.................................... July 1, '1 .......................
P ollock, John.................................... July 1, '61 .......................
Purvis. W illiam.............................. Jan. '1 ay '63 Disability.
Sm ith, Sim on.................... ....... July 1, '61 .........
Tanner, John W............................... Jan. 20, '62 April 26, '65 promoted Sargeant.
Tyer. Hillary ..............................July 1, '1 '.r..
Wade. Andrew .................. Jan. J' ).ri -'
H opkins M ......... ..... uly 1 ..................



















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 165


Roll Company G-6th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Baty, Reuben.... ..... ..... Mar. 11, '2 .... ................
Baty, William........... ..... Mar. 11, '62 ...................
Beaman, Noah W............. Mar. 11 '62 ....................
Bell, Andrew L..................... Mar. 11 '62 ....................
Bell, John D....... ........... Mar. 11 '62 ...........
Bell, Zaeariah...... ............. ..... Mar. 11 '62 .... .......
Berry, Harney........... Mar. 11 '62 ... .............
Birch, John E ....... .......................... M ar. 11 '02 ........................
Brett, Robert B G.......................... Mar. 11 '2 ...................... Corporal.
Brett, Willam H........................ Mar. 11, 62 April 26, '65
Brown. George W............ Mar. 1 '62 ...........
Brown H. Harris................ Mar. 11, '62 .................
B uck, John E .............................. ........................ ........................
Budd Jefferson................... ............ Mar. 11, '62 ........................
Burkett, John.................................... Mar. 11, '62 .........
Cook, Barnabas B............................... Mar. 11, '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., Sept. 19, '63.
Coonrod, Charles L................... ...... Mar. 11, '62........ ............
Coonrod, Joseph M.................... May '62 April 26, ..
Coonrod, William H................... Mar. 11, ................... Killed at Missonary Ridge, Tenn., Dec. 27, '63.
Connelly, Franklin B..................... Mar. 11 '2 ....................
Connelly, George W ........................ Mar. 11 '62 ..... ...............
,Connelly James H.......................... Mar. 11, '62 .... ................
Connelly, Jesse................................ Mar. 11, '62.... ................
Connelly, Joseph W........................Mar. 1, '62...........
Dater, Charles................................... Mar. 1, ....Sergeant.
Davis, Daniel............................. Mar. 11, '62 .... ................
Davis, Francis M.............................. Mar. 11, '62 .... ................
Davis, John M...................... Mar. 11, '2...........
Davis. Stafford............................ Mar. 11, '2..... ......
Davis, T. Alien............................. Mar. 1, ................ Sergeant.
Dickerson, Benjamin R................... Mar. 11, 62... ........
Dickerson, DeKalb..................... ar. ... ...
Dickerson, Joseph F........................ Mar. 11, ............
Dukes, W illiam H ............................ Mar. 1, '62 ........:...............
Dukes, William H........................... Mar. II, '62........
Duncan, Charles.................. ... Mar. 11, ...........
Faircloth, Wilson........................... Mar. 11, '62 ............ Died, Camp Chase, Oct. 16, '84; grave No. 304
'Gilbert, Joseph............ ...........Mar. 11, ............ Sergeant.
Gilbert, Thomas J.....................Mar. 11, '2................... Corporal.
Goodwin, James ................................. Mar. 11, ....................
Glover, George K........................... Mar, 11. '62 April 26, '65
rant, Calvin P ........ .............. Oct. 17, ........................ Discharged April 12, '63, cause, disability.
Grant, Edwin..... ...... ..... Oct. 17, 62 April 26, 65
Grant, Jefferson C.............. Mar. 11, '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., '62; promoted
Green, Thomas Jr.......................... Mar. 11, '62 ..... ........... Sergeant. '
Grimsley, F. A................................. Mar. '62 April 26, '65
Hall, Daniel................. ........ Mar. 11, '2 .................
Hall, Elam L.............;......... ... Mar. 11, '62 ............ Corporal.
Hall. Hamilton............. ..... Mar. 11, '62 ...........
Hathaway, Benjamin F.................. Mar. 11, '62 April 26, '65 Wounded and captured at Atlanta, '64; held in
S 1 prison until close of war.
Hathaway. Gustavus M............... Mar. 11, 62 ........................ Died at Camp Chase, ., Nov. 9, '64; grave No. 417
Hathaway, Simbn B...................... Mar. 11, '2 April 26, '65
Harden Daniel M............................ Mar. 11, '62 ....... ..........
Haney, Nathaniel H. B.....................Mar. 11, ..
Hicks, James W ..... ......... Mar. 11, 62 April 26, 'l5 Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., Sept, 19, '3.
Hilliard, George.............. :62 ... ..... Mar.... .........
Holman, Francis M...... .......... Mar. 11, 62 ......................
Hodspeth. Conegal........ ... Mar. 11, '62 .....................
Hyatt. Edward M......... ... Mar. 11, '62 ............ Musician.
hnson, John W....................... Mar. 11, '02 April 26, '65 Shot at Chickamauga, Ga., Sept. 19, '63o also at
Kickers, James L....................... Mar. 11, '62 .............. Atlanta, Ga., July 22, '64; promoted Corporal.
Knight, Cooper... ......... 2 .................. Mar. '62.... ......
Knight. Thomas S... ...... .....Mr. '62...........
Knight. William........ .... Mar. 1, '2................
Lacy, A ................... ...................... M ar. 11 '62 ........................
Laslie, John C ....... ................ Mar. 11 '62 ...........
Lookhart J. R..... ..... .... Mr. 11 '6 April 26, '65
Lolly. Joel.. ........... M. ar. 11 '62 ..... .....
McDaniel William..... ... Mar. 11, '62 ............Musician,
McGIIll Cornelius A......... ... Mr. 11 '62 ..............M..... S.. sergeant.
McNeil, John E.............. Mar. 11 '62 ..... .........
Miles, William M.......................... Mar. 11 '82 April 26. '65 Shot at Atlanta. Ga., July 22, '64 also at Chicka-
Miller, John............. ......... Mr. 11, 62 .............. mauga, Ga., Sapt. 19, 63; promoted Sergeant.
Morris, James D....... ..... Mr. '62 ..............
Newton, Daniel H......... ........... M h. 11, 62 .......... .
Newton, Reuben B...... ..... Mtr. 11, '82 ...........
Niell I. W......... .............. ..... Mtr. 11, '6 April 26, '65
Owens, John W.................... Mr. 11. '62...........
Parker, James...... ............... Mr. 11 '62 ...........
Parker, John A................ Mar. 11 '62 ...........
Pen. Joseph I........................... Mar. 11 '2 ........ ............
Pennington, S. P................. .... Mr. 11. '62 Anril 26. '65
Philips. George W........................... Mar. 11. '2 April 20. '651


















166 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company G-6th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)

NAMES. MUSTERED MUSTERED REMARKS.
IN. OUT.
Powell Bryant H........................... Mar. 11, '62 ..... ...............
Rich, eorge W ................................ Mar. 11, '2 .... .......
Richards, Daniel T........................ Mar. 11, '02 .... ......
Rudd, Henry..................... .... Mar. 1, '62 ...........
Rudd, John.......................... .. Mar. 11, '62 .... ................
Rudd, Jefferson............................... M ar. 1 ., 62 ........................
Slater, Alexander..................... Mar. 11, '62 April 26 '65
Slater, Charles..... ................ Mar. 11, '62 .... ................
Slater, Lundon............................ Mar. 11, '62 ..................
Slater, ........................................ M ar. 11, '62 .... ..............
Slapper Daniel A............................. Mar. 11, '62 ........ ..........
Seals, dwia................................... Mar 11, '62 April 26, '65
Still, W illiam ..... ....................... M ar. 11, '62 ..... ...............
Strickland, Thomas............ Mar. 11, '62 ................
Taylor, Asa................................. M ar. 11, '62 ........................
Taylor, William H..................... Mar. 11, '62 April 26, '65
Taylor, Jasper S............................ Mar. 11, '62 April 26, '65
Tedder Eli.... ............... ....... Mar. 11, '62 ............ ......
Toole, alvin............................. Mar. 11, '62 April 26, '65 Shot at Atlanta, Ga., July 22, '04.
Toole Isaac M................. ..........Mar. 11, '62.................. Corporal; wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., Sept. 19,
Vanderford, Thomas................ Mar. 11, '62 ................ '63; promoted Sergeant
Vickers, James T.............................. Mar. 11, '6........... ischargedAu.,'4;isability,wounded nearDallas.
July, '64. Honorable mention at Chickamauga.
Weatherby, Seaborne...................... Mar. 11, '6 ................ Surrendered at Wilmington, Sergeant.
Webb, Jasper N............................. Mar. 11, '62..........
W ebb, Marion J. L........ ..... ......... Mar. 11, '62 .... .......
Webb, Williford........................ Mar. 11, '62 ........
Whitaker, Jaes T....................... Mar. 11, '62 April 26, '65
Whitaker. Johh D................... Mar. 11, '62 ..........
Whitefield, Benjamin H.................. Mar. 11, '62 .........
Whitefield, Francis M...................... Mar. 11, '62 ........
Whitefield George W ................... Mar. 11, '62 April 26, '65
Whitefield, John A........................ Mar. 11, '62 April 26, '65


Roll Company H-6th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
Angus D. McLean...................... April 2, '62 ............. Promoted Lieutenant.Colonel and Colonel, killed
at Dallas, Ga.
Stephen Cawthon...................... April 2, '62 ..................... Promoted from 1st Lieutenant to Captain.
ast Lieutenant-
2nd Lieutenants-
James J. P. McClellan.................. April 2, '62 ...................... Died of brain fever at Knoxville, Tenn., Aug. 20
'62.
Alexander G. MLeod.......................................................... 3rd Lieutenant, promoted to 2nd Lieutenant.
3rd Lieutenant-
P. 1). Mcwain............................ April 2, '62 April 26, '65 Promoted 3rd Lieutenant.
ENLISTED MEN.
Bedsole, Mathew................... ..... April 2, '62 ..................
Bell, Robert..... ............. April 2, '62 ... ........
Bird, James A..................... ...Ap..ril 2. ............. .... Discharged, disability and injuries from7a fall
Bray, William. ............. 2,'....... April '62 .......... .... Aug. 9, '62.
Birk, Mark............................... April 2, 62 ...................
Birk, William............................... April 2, '62 ..................
Bugby, William F.... ... April 2, '62 ........
Burgress, J. H ....... .......... ........ ................ ........ April 26, '65
B ur s, Joseph F ................................ ........... ................... ..........
Campbell, Daniel................... .............. April 26. '65
Campbell, John A......................... April 2 '62 ........ ..........
Campbell, W. L.......................... April 2, '62 April 26, '65
Campbell, William M......... ........ April 2, '62 ..... ............ Corporal.
Cannon, Henry M......... .... April 2 '62
Cannon, Henry R...................... April 2, '62
Carter, Emanuel ............ .. April 2, 62 .................
Chestnut, Calvin....... ......... April 2, '2 Jan. 15, '64 Disability.
Clary, William I............ ........ April 2, '62 .. .........
Cook, George W.......................... April 2, '62 April 26, '65 Wounded, Nov. 30, at Franklin, Tenn., promoted.
Crain, Harvey.............................. May 10, 62 ................... to Lieutenant, in Laspier's Company.
C rain. W ash ......................................................... ..... ..........
Crawford, W. Patrick.............. April 2 '62 April 26, '65
Daniel. Thomas P........... ......... April 2 '62 ......
Davi, Isaac................................ ... April 2, '62 .... .......
Divine, Robert D........................April 2, '62 ...........
Edge, J.T. e April 2, '62 June 12, '65 From Camp Chase, O.,prison.
Edge, O, li, h \1 Il 2, '62 ................... corporal; discharged at Knoxville, Tenn. disability..


















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 167

Roll Company H--6th Florida Infantry.

(CONTINwUE.)



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMABKS.



ioley, Zion .............. ..... April 2 ...... Died in Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery.
Fountain, Daniel ...... ........ April 2 .6
Gainer James......... .................... April 2 6 .
Garrett, James...... ....... April 2, 62 .........
Garner, Joseph...... ........... April 2, '2 April 26, '65
Garner T G................. .64 April 26 '65
ills, Angus D.....................l April 2, 2 ............
Gill W iam .. .... ... April 2, .......................
Gillis, Norman W .............. ...... April '62 ...........
Gordon, Ang ..... ......... .. April 2 '62.. ..............
Gregory W. T ...............................A pri 2 ........................ Wounded at Sharpsburg. Md., Sept. 17, '62 and
Hal, Lawrence .................................. Apr 2 62 died Dec. 17, '62.
Hall, Rayford........ ..... April 2 62........................
Hart, W illiam H......... ............. April 2 '62 .......................
Herring, Hardy J.............................. April 2, 62 .......................
H ustle, Isaac ................... ........April 2, '6 ....................... Sergeant.
Jones, W. B..................... ....... April 2, '6 April 26, '65
Jordan, Lorenzo D........ .... April 2, 62..............
Kimmons, James M................... April 2 ...........
Kimmons, William J........ ..... April 2, April 26, '6
Kinnington, John......... ....... April 2, 62.............. ..
K innington, John H ....................... ril 2 ................
Kirkland, Reese......................... ril 2 ................
Levins, Richard........................April 2 ...
Linn, John W ........................... ..... April 2 ....................... Musician.
Londay, Francis A...... .....Apr 2, ....
Londa Stephen.............................. April 2, '62 ........................
Lott lliam ............................. ril 2, '62 ..... ......
McCaskell, Finley...... ...... April 2, '6 ....................
MCaskill Sear....... .....April 2, 62...........
M cCurle W illiam ........................... r 2, .... ....
]c(n FDanieley ... .............Api ,
eDon t ..... ...... April 2, '62 April 26, '65 Shot at Chickamauga, Ga,. Sept. 19. '63.
McDonald, Daniel L ........................April 2, '62 ...........
McDonald, D. T ........................ ril '62 Aril 26 '65
McDonald, P. P..... ...............July 1, '2 Aril 26 '65 Wounded at Dallas, Ga., May 28,'64.
MLeod, D. G...... ....... ........ April 2, '65
McLeod, John D.......... ......April 2, 2 ................ Sergeant.
McLeod, John G....... .....April 2, '............... Sergeant.
McPherson Malcolm............. il 2, '65 .... .......
Meeks, Wilam...... ................. ..............
Minger, John.... ..................... April 2 '62 ......... ........
Morrison, Archibald ...................... April 2, '62 ................. 1st Sergeant.
Morrison, Daniel...... ..... ... April 2 '62 April 26, '65
orrison John P....... .... May '02 April 20, '65
Nichols, W iley ........... ... April 26, '62 .......................
Padnett, Dozier.......... .. April 2, '62............
Padgett, George W................... April 2 '62 .......
Padgett, Isham....... ..... April 2, '62 April 26, '6O Shot near Chattanooga, Tenn., July,'64.
Perry, Samuel........... .... April 2, '62 ..................
Powell. Daniel B ..... .. .... April 2, '62 ...................
Preachers, George ................ ....... April 2, '62 ...................
Ray, Colin G................. ........April 2, 62..... ............
Ray, Colin G. Jr........ April 2, '62
Ray, Dunsan C...............................Apr 2, 62April 2,, '65
Reeves, B. F...................... April 2, '62 April 20, 'OS
Rice. James H ................ ........ April 2, '62 ............ Sergeant.
Roling, John L.......... .. .. April 2, '62 ............. ...
Rutherford, John........ ..... ...April 2, '2 ..............
Simmons, John J..................... .. .. April 2, '62 ............
Simmons. Thomas............. .. April 2, '62 ................
Smith, Green R......... ...April 2, '62 ........
Stafford, John........... ..... April 2. '62 April 26, '65
Turner, William A......... ...... April 2, '62 ........ ....
Vaughn, W M...... ..... ...... April 2, '62 ...................
Walch, John................. ........... .................... ............ Camp Chase, Nov. 20, '65; grave No. 1717,
Ward. Andrew J.......... ....... April 2, '62.........
Ward, eor T....... .............. April 2, ... ........
Weeks. Jaco............................... April 2, '.... .......
West, Robert H......... ..... April 2, '62.............
White, Kinnon E.............................. April 2, '62April 26, Captured, '64; confined at Camp Douglass prison
William, John E........ ...... April 2, '62...................... and paroled from there at the close of war.
W illiamson, Rice...... .......... ..... April 2, '62......................
Williamson, Seth............................ April 2, '62................ Musician.
Woodham. Uriah........................... april 2. '62jApril 26. '65
Yeashy. W J............. 2, 62 .......................
Yon, C. T............. .......April 2. '2 Apri 26 '
Z nin, John W .................................... ril 2 '21........................




















168 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company I-6th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN, OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
Harrison K. Hagan............. Mch. 14, 2 ... ........
Samuel Yerger Finley................. Mch. 14, '02 April 26, '5 let Lieutenant, promoted Captain.
1st Lieutenant--
Thomas H. Pittman...................... Mch. 14, '62 April 26, '65 Sergeant, promoted Ist Lieutenant.
2nd Lieutenant-
Robert D. Snelling...................... Mch. 14, '62 ...................
3rd Lieutenant-
Archibald Gillis............................. M h. 14, '62 .... ...............
ENLISTED MEN.
Babb, Jam es..................................... ch. 14, '62 .... .........
Barton, J. W.................................. 14, ......... Died, Camp Chase, Mch. 1, '65; grave No. 1403.
Blakeman A...................................... Mch. 14, '2 .... ....Captured and died at Camp Douglass prison.
Braxton, eorge W ...................... ch. 14, '62 ... ..........
Braxton, John W........................ Mch. 14, '62 ... ........
Broxton Thomas.............................. Mch. 14, '62............
Brown, John W............................. Mbch. 14, '62 April 26, '65
Bryan, J. ............................. M '62 April 26. '65 Shot at Dalton, Ga., '64.
Burgess, Joel................................ Mch. 14, '62 .........
Callahan, H aynes....................... 14, '2 ........................
Calhoun, Henry ............................... Mch. 14, '62 ...........
Carroll, Marshall W .......................... Mch. 14, 62 ... ..........
Cassity, David............................ Mch. 14, '62 ... ..........
Cassity. William........................ Mh. 14, '62... ........
Chapman, Moses............................. Mch. 14 '62 April 26, '65
Chapman, Noah. ........................... Mh. 1 .... ......
Chapman, Simon.............................Mch. 14, '62 ............ Discharged '63; for disability.
Clennon, William G. B...................... .............. Corporal.
Davis, John.......................... .14, '62 ......................
Davis, Owen................................... Mch. 14, '62.... .......
Dixon, Jasper................................... Mch. 14, ....
D yson, Evan...................................... h. 1 '6 ...........
Dyson, Jefferson........ ........... Mch. 14, ..........
thridge, Joseph W.......................... Meh. 14, '2 ...........
Ethridge, Peter.................................Mch. 14, '62....
Everett, Henry.........................M........ Meh. 14, Died in hospital at Knoxville of typhoid fever
Everett, William T...... ... '62......... h. .......... July, '62.
Gillis, Malcolm .................... ....... Mch. 14 '2 ....................... Sergeant.
Gillis, Malcolm Jr............................ M h. 14, '62 .... .......
Graves, Samuel................................ h. 14, ..............Sergeant.
Hall, Seaborn A. J............................e. 14, '62 .... ....Corporal; honorable mention at Chickamauga.
Hall, John T............ ..... Mch. 14, '62 ...........
Hamilton, Solomon........ .......................
Harris, C. H ...............................M '62 ....... ... Captured at New Hope Church, Mch. 18, '64 and
Harris Henry ............................... 14, '2 April 26, '5 paroled from Rock Island, close of the war.
Hiedelberg, rury .................................................................... Died at Camp Chase, Feb. 23, '63; grave No. 1401.
Hewett, Andrew L......................................... April 26, 65
Hewitt, Ethelred D.......................... .......... April 2 '65
Hewett, H. M.................................... Mch. 14, '62 April 26, '65
Hewett, Jeptha........................... Mch. 14, '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Missionary Ridge, Nov. 10, '63.
Hewett, Moses..................................... M h 14, '62 April 26, '5
Hewett, Thomas.............................. Mch. 14, '62 ....................... Killed in battle at Knoxville, Sept. 2, '62.
H obbs. Isaac.. ................................ M ch. 14, 2 ........................
H urd, Aaron ................................. M h. 14, 2 ..... ..............
Hurley, Joshua H................... ......... ... ..
Jordan, Richard D........................1... Meh. 14, '82 ........................ 1st Sergeant, died of typhoid fever at, Knoxvi lie
Keith, Aaron................................... Mch. 14, '62 ....................... Jan. 25, '63.
Keith, Warren............................... Mch. 14, '62...........
Lammon, John M............................ Mch 14, '62 ...........
McClang, George............................ M 14, '62 ...
Martin, John R..................................Mch, 14, '62 ........................ Honorable mention.
Mattox, W illiam M ......................... Mch. 14, '62 .... ................
Mays, Richard...................... h. 14. '62 ..................... Died of pneumonia at Chattahoochee, April 3, '63.
Merritt, James E. J....................... Mch. 14, '62 ................. Corporal.
Morrison. Daniel............................ Mch. 14, '62 April 26, '65
Norris, Benjamin ........................... Mch. 14, '62 .................. Musician.
Norris, Felix............. Mch. 14, '62 ...................
Norris, James....................................... h. 14, '62 .... .....
Norris, W illiam ................................ Mch. 14, '62 .... .............
Padgett, Henry.................... ..... Feb. 1, '2 ................... Discharged for disability, Oct., '64.
adgett, W. Dawson....................... Mch 14 '62 ........................ Wounded at Murfreesborough and at Powder
arih, Judge.................................. Mch. 14, '62 .................. Sprngs Ga.,and paroled from prison July 21, '65.
Penrce, Peter W............................ Mch. 14, '62 .......... ..... Died in Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery.
Pickerson, William H.................... Mch. 14, '62 ..................
Pittman. William C........................ Mch. 14, 62 .... ..
Royal, William............................. Mch. 14, '62 ............
Sellers, Benjamin E.......................... May 10, '62April 26, '65
Sellers, C. E..................................... Ma 10 '62 ...................... Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Sowell, Green M........................... Mch. 14, '2 ....... .......... Corporal.
Sowell, W illis J.................. ........ M .......................
tntinlev. \. W ....................... April '62 April 26, '65
.-..i I l.vi, ................... Mch. 14, '62 April 26, '05 Wounded severely at Missionary Ridge, Nov. 25,'63
? inu in,. lhl:.* i... ..... I ............... M h. 14, 2 ........ ...........
Button, J. S.................................................... April '62 ........................ Discharged for disability, Feb. '65.



















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 169


Roll Company I-6th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED,)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES IN OUT. REMARKS.

Tayor, John Z................. ....... April 14, '62 ...................
WllJames G........................... Mch. 14, '62 April 26, '85 Lost left arm at Cold Harbor, June 3. '64.
War, E. J........................................ Mch. 14, '62 April 26, '65 Died, Camp Chase; buried in Oakwood Cemetery,
Ward, John ....................... Mch. 14, '62 April 26, '65 Chicago.
Ward, J. J..... ....................................
Williams, Osteen................. Mch. 14, '62 ...........
Wilion, Henry H ........................ Mch. 14, '63 April 26, '65


Roll Company K-6th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
Angus MMillan.................. Mob. 17, '62 ................. Captured and imprisoned on Johnson's Island, Ill.
until the close of the war, and discharged from
there.
sat Lieutenant-
Robert Russ................................ Mch. '62 .... ................
and Lieutenant-
W B Jones.................. ............ '62 .......................
3rd Lieutenant-6
Thomas H. Gainer................. Mch. '62 .......................
ENLISTED MEN.
Alsabrook, Isaiah L.......................... M h. '62.... .......
Ard, James W ............................... Mch. '62 .... ................
Armstrong, James............................ 82 ........................
Atkinson, John.................................. h. ...... ..... Bured at Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Ky.
Barton, Louis .. .................. ...... M h. ... ..............
Brown, Benjam in B................................. .......... ........................
Coleman, J. J. .......................... ch 62............ ereant.
Coleman.Larry.................................. '62 ........................
Crave, James W................ '62................... Corporal.
Dennis Solomon ............................ '62 ...........
Davis, Thomas L....................... Mch. 2 ............Musician.
Dorsey, James ......................... h. '62........................
Dorsey, John R......................... M '62 ........................
Evans, Julius................................. April 26, '65
Everett, William.................... '2................
fau James ..................................... Mch. '62 ..... ............ .
Faulk, L. M...... ............................... ch. '62 ........ .........
Furgerson, James...... ...................... M ................
Furgerson, W. L ............................. Mo. '62 April 26, '6
Finch, William................................. ch. '62 Mh. 4, '65 Wounded at Missionary Ridge, Dec., '63 and cap-
Folom, Thomas................... Mch. '61 April 26, '6 turned.
Ganer, Thomas H.............................. Mch. 2 '62 April 26 '6 Wounded at Jonesboro, Ga., '64.
Gainer, W. R ....................... ......April 26, '65
and, John T..................... ... ....... ..............
Hays, Etarl.................Mch. '62 ............Died in Kentucky, buried in Lexington Cemetery.
Hewitt, Dennes M.......... ............. Mch. '62 ........................
Hicks, Adam......... ....................... Mch. 22, '62 Oct '63 Lost leg at Chckamauga, Ga., Sept. 17, '63.
H icks, Arm tea ............................ M62 ........................
Hix, William.................Sept. '62 April 26, '65 Shot at Missionary Ridge. Tenn., Nov. 2, '63.
Holsom, Thomas..... ........... '62 .............
Howard, Henry...... .............. Mh. '62...........
Isrlel, Timothy...... .................. Moh. '62 .. .. ..........
Jeffries William T..................... M. '62 Oct. 1'3 Lost left arm at Chickamauga, Sept. 18, '63.
Jones, Willia B ...................M......... Mch. '3 Discharged for disability re-enlisted as Captain of
Larfie, George W............................ ..............Scouts; was capture and taken to prison at
Levens, Alexander........................... M '62.............. Elmira, N. Y., whose he remained until the close
Levens, William J........................... Mh. '62.............. of the war.
McCormick, William.......... ......... Mch. .... ....ergeant.
MEahern, William...... ..... Mch. '62.... .......
McKenzie, W. C......... ..... Mch. '62 ....... .........
MMillan, Archibald......... ...Mcl. '62 April 26, '65
Mallory W. H................... Mch. '62 .................
Martin, John R.................... Mch. 8, '64 April 26, '65 Shot in right shoulder, Nov. 30, '64, Franklin.
Tenn., honorable mention at Chickamauga.
Mashburn, R ... B............................Mch. '62 May 28, '65 Discharged from Rook Island prison.
Mathis, John A.................................. Mch. '62 ...ergeant.
Miller, Levi M................................ Mh. '62....rgeat.
M iller, W J................................... M ch. '62 .......................
Newsom, Jacob ............................... M '62 .........
Pate, Bennett........................ Meh. '62 ........................
Pate, David................................ Mo... h. '62 ...........
Perry, George W............. ........ '62....... ..... Corporal.
Pitts,. John B............................. M '62...........
Pitts, Louis............................... Mch. '62...........






























170 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company K-6th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
'AlES. IN. OUT. REMARBKS

Porter, Joseph M .............................. Mch. '62 .... ............
Posey, Elbert...................... ........... M ch. '62 .... ................
Prunphow, Louian.......................... Mch. '62 ........................
Rainey, Alison................................ Mch. '62 ..... .....
Rainey, W W .................................. Mch. '62 .... ................
Rhodes James............................ Mch. '62 .................. Musician.
Richardson, J. N.......................... .. ...... April 26, '65
Riley, George W .............. ............ M h. '62 .... ................
R iley. P B ........................................ M c '62 .......................
R obert A bsalom ..............................M ch. '62 ........................
Roberts, Thomas J.......................... Mch. '62 ...................
Russ, R. S........................................ .......... April 26, '65
Sealey, John............................... ... M ch. '6 ................
Simmons, Jesse.................................. '62 .................. Corporal.
Simmons, John T.......................... Mch. '62 April 26, '65
Slay, John..... .............................. M o '62 .................
Teller, Craton.............................. Mch. '62 ....................
Teller, Seaborn....... ....... ..... Mch. '62 ..................... Corporal.
Timothy, J.... .................... M '62 ....................
Thomson, C.................................. ..... ............ ....
Wachob, Joseph F................................................. April 26, '65
Wachob, W. ............................. .................. ....................... Discharged, Jan. '62; expiration of term and dis-
Wadsworth, M. C................ ...... Mch. 62 ...................... ability.
W alker James W .............. ............. Mch. '62 .... ................
Watts, Thomas Y.............. ......... h. 62 April 26, 65
W ilka, Jam es .............................. ... ............ .................. ...... "
W ood, Dallas.................................... 62 .... ......
Wood, Jabe B......... Mh. 62 ..................... 1st Sergeant.
Young, Edmond.................. .... Mch. '62..........




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