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Title: Florida soldiers CSA 1st, 3rd, 4th Florida infantry
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Special Arlich1es
Publication Number

90

FLORIDA SOLDIERS: CSA
1ST, 3RD, 4TH
FLORIDA INFANTRY


State Arsenal
St. Franlis
Barracrhs
St. Augustin6,
Florida










STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS
OFFICE OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL




POST OFFICE BOX 1008
STATE ARSENAL, ST. AUGUSTINE
32085-1008






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 repository.

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. O. 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. 0. Box 248214
*Jacksonville Public Library (1968) Coral Gables, Florida 33124
122 North Ocean Street
Jacksonville, Florida 32202 *University of North Florida Library (1971
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 Pm B h P c L
3745 Ninth Avenue, North West alm Beach public Library (1968)
St. Petersburg, Florida 33713 100 Clematis
SWest Palm Beach, Florida 33401

Rev. 1-7-89















1st Florida County (City when known)


Company A- Leon Tallahassee
Company B- Franklin Apalachicola
Company C- Alachua Gainesville
Company D- Leon Tallahassee
Company E- Jackson Marianna
Company F- Madison Madison
Company G- Gadsden Quincy
Company H- Alachua Gainesville (Newnansville)
Company I- Jefferson Monticello
Company K- Escambia Pensacola


3rd Florida


Company A- Duval Jacksonville
Company B- St. Johns St. Augustine
Company C- Hernando Brooksville
Company D- Wakulla Wakulla
Company E- Jefferson Monticello
Company F- Duval Jacksonville
Company G- Madison Madison
Company H- Jefferson Monticello
Company I- Columbia Lake City (Alligator)
Company K- Columbia and Suwannee Lake City (Alligator)

4th Florida


Company A- Gadsden Quincy
Company B- Franklin Apalachicola
Company C- Madison Madison
Company D- Columbia Lake City (Alligator)
Company E- Columbia and Lafayette Lake City-Branford
Company F- Bradford Starke
Company G- Marion and Levy Ocala
Company H- Washington and Levy Chipley
Company I- Jackson Marianna
Company K- Hillsborough Tampa (Ft. Brooke)



















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Alorida in the War Retween the states.



With the causes that led up to the war ahd 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 201 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, 185x, Lieu-
tenant Slemmer 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 Io Slemmer abandoned the
mainland, spiked the guns at Fort Barrancas, destroyed over 20,000 pounds
of power at Fort McRac and transferred his men to Fort Pickens on Santa
Rosa Islani, where he h d a secure 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 Yari 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]j856, 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 th2 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. O. 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 one 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. General 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 1861.
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 Bragg 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 carly 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 1861, "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,
i86I, 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, 1861, 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, 186I, 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 1st 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.
F. 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 Tallahasseq, 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
Xst Florida, 3rd Louisian and the 4Ist 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 1st and 3rd Florida Regi-
ments.
















FIRST FLORIDA INFANTRY


The First Florida Infantry was composed of two companies from Alachua,
two from Leon and one company each from Franklin, Jackson, Madison, Gadsden,
Jefferson and Escambia Counties. These companies, with the exception of Co
K (Pensacola Guards), rendezvoused at Chattahoochee, Florida where they went
into Camp of Instruction. There, on April 5, 1861, the regiment was muster-
ed into the military service of the Confederate States for twelve months and
organized by the election of James Patton Anderson of Jefferson County, as
Colonel; William K. Beard of Leon County as Lieutenant Colonel and Thaddeus
MacDonell of Alachua County as Major. Upon completion of the organization
of the regiment, it was ordered to Pensacola where it arrived April 12, 1861
and was there joined by Company K. Like all regiments mustered in during
the early days of 1861, it enlisted for twelve months and served almost its'
entire term in Pensacola and that vicinity.

In March 1862, the regiment was ordered to Corinth, Mississippi after
having participated in a battle on Santa Rosa Island. The regiment got as
far as Montgomery, Alabama when their term of enlistment expired and they
were mustered out on April 6, 1862. However, four companies were formed
immediately from the ranks. These four companies were formed into a batta-
lion of which Major T. S. MacDonell took command. The battalion did gallant
service at Shiloh, receiving complimentary mention in general orders and were
accorded the right to inscribe the name of the battle on their flag. An old
battle flag of the Western Army, now preserved at the capitol in Tallahassee,
bears the inscription, "First and Third Florida, Shiloh and Perryville".
After the battle of Shiloh two companies from Louisiana, known as B and C,
were added to the battalion making a battalion of six companies. On July 5,
1862, six companies reached Chattanooga, Tennessee and the Florida and Con-
federate Response Battalion was dissolved, the two companies from Louisiana
going to the Crescent Regiment and the 5th company of Washington Artillery.
The four Florida companies were joined by the six companies under Major
Miller and the First Florida was re-formed under command of William Miller,
who was promoted to Colonel; T. A. MacDonell, Lieutenant-Colonel and G. A.
Ball, Major. In August 1862, the Third Florida Regiment reached Chattanooga
and with the First Florida, Third Louisiana and Forty-first Mississippi were
formed into a brigade and placed under the command of Brigadier General John
C. Brown, Major-General Patton Anderson's Division. In this brigade the
First took part in the Kentucky campaign. On their return to Chattanooga on
December 13, 1862, the First and Third were so decimated that they were
united, and were afterward known as the First and Third Regiments Consoli-
dated. The First and Third Regiments Consolidated and under the command of
Brigadier General Miller, participated in all the great battles of the
WestemArmy and in every engagement won honors for the State whose colors
it carried.






































Roll, Field and Staff-ist Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. EMAREKS.

Colonels-
J. Patton Anderson.............. April 5, '61 April 26, '65 Promoted Brigadier-General and Major-General.
William Miller ............................ April 5, '61 April 26, '65 Promoted Brigadier-General August 2, '64.
Lieutenant-Colonels-
William K. Beard........................ April 5, '61 April 26, '05 Transferred to staff of General Hardee; wounded
at Shiloh, April 6, '62.
Thadeus A. McDonald................. April 5, '01 April 26, '65 Promoted Lt.-Col.; wounded at Shiloh, April 6, '62.
Majors-
Thadeus A. McDonald................. April 5, '1 ..................... Promoted Lieutenant-Colonel.
W. G. Poole ....................... pril ...... ..... Wounded and disabled at Perryville.
Glover A. Ball............................... April 5. '61 April 26, '865
Surgeons-
C amble ...............pril 61 ................... Promoted Chief Surgeon, 1st Brigade (Anderson).
P. W. B. Hodges ....................... prl 61.................
Assistant Surgeons-
Adjutants-
W. M. Davidon.......................... April 61 ............pl 1 ............ Returned to his Company, G, of which he took
command; Promoted Captain, transferred to
Staff Patton Anderson.
Laurence Anderson............. April '61 ........................ Killed at Shiloh, April 6, '62.
James H. Nicholon.............. April 5, '61 April 26. '61
Sergeant Maors- Promoted Major.
G. Ball ............................ April 5, '61 April 26, '65
Quartermaster-
Commissary-
Quartermaster Sergeants-
Commissary Sergeants-


Hospital Steward-





















SOLDIERS. OF FLORIDA. 59


Roll Company A--st Florida Infantry.



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
A. Perry Amaker................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
W G. Poole................................... ................... ........................ Promoted Captain.
sat Lieutenants-
Lawrence M. Anderson............................................... .... Killed at Shilo April 6 '2 as 1st Lieut. of Co. A.
Hugh Archer............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Florida G. R. Battalion.
W. B. Runyan................. ....... ................ ........................ Resigned November 3, '64.
2nd Lieutenants-
Theodore Ball.............................. April 5. '61 April 4, '62
W. H. Collier..................... April 5 '61 ... ..........
James B. Galbrath........... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
ENLISTED MEN.
Ashley, Ludwick............................... ................................... Shot at Shiloh, Tenn., April 6, '62; Re-enlisted at
end of term in Capers Bird's Company.
Beech, M. A................................. Apri 5, '61 April 4, '62
Bond, Thomas R............................. April 5, '61 April 4 '62
Bradford, Edward, Jr.............. ril 5, '61 April 4. '62 1st Sergeant.
Britten, J. W............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Bull, M. A................................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62 2nd Sergeant.
Callin John..................................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Musician.
Campbell, William C.... .... ..... April 5, '61 April 4 '62
Cemparet, John...................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Musician.
Coleman, Crittendon J................ Aril 5, '61 April 4, '62
Cooper, William P..................... June 1, '61 ... ...........
Corbitt, George C.......................... June 1, '61 April 4, '62
Demilly, L. L.................................... June 1, '61 April 4, '62
Denham, A. J. ........................ June 1, '61 April 4, '62 Corporal.
Denham, William G......................... Jan. '61 April 4, '62 Shot at Santa Rosa Island Fla., '61; imprisoned
last nine months of the war.
Eccles, James.................................. an. '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted in Gamble's Battery.
Elles, Frank............................ .. Jan. '61 ril 4, '62
Elles, William............................. Jan. '61 April 4, '62
Grant, Samuel W........................ an, '61 April 4, '62 Killed at Perryville October 8, '62.
Hale, John...................... ... ....................... Killed at Santa Rosa Island, October '61.
Hall, William H............................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Corporal.
Hatcher, Henry.............................. ................ Wounded Sept. 20, '63, at Chickamauga.
Henderson, H. J.................... ........ April 6, '61 April 4, '62
Hernande, Randolph................................................................ Mentioned for gallantry at Chickmauga.
Herring, N. W............................. April '61 April 4, '62
Hogue, John H............... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Hogue, William S........ ..... April '61 April 4, '62
Killen. Hugh..... ..................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Lloyd, Thomas........................ April 5, '61 ril 4, '62
McCorkle, William.......... ......... April 5 '61 April 4. '62
Me4onald, Bryant........................... April '01 April 4, '62
McElroy, E...... ............ April 5, '61 April 4. '62
Mason, Arthur.................... ... ....................... ........................ Wounded at Chickmauga September 20, '63.
Meeks, H L............ .................................. ......... April '65
Meredith, W. E............................. April 5,61 Aril 4 '62
Messer, William...................... April 5, 61 April 4, '62
Morgan John................................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Muir, Alexander........................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
................... ..............April '65
Paley, C. W .................................... ......... ....... .. A april '65
P aul, J ............................................. ............ ........... ........................
Paul, P. P..................................................... .. ...................... Died in hospital April 2. '62.
Fetus, Handy............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Potter, Daniel............................. April 5 '61 April 4. '62 3rd Sergeant.
Routh, William R........................ April 5 '61 ........................ 4th Sergeant; killed on Santa Rosa Island Oct.0 '61
R oark, John.............................................................. A pril 4 '62
Rawls. S. E.................................................... April 4, '62
Sellier. Charles F............................. April 5, '61 April 4 '62 Re-enlisted in Gambles Battery, '62.
Scott, E. T.................................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Shine. Thomas W........................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted, April ,'62, Co. K, 5th Florida.
Simms, B. P................ ..................... ......... June 18, 62
Simms, Philip L.... ....... April 5, '61April 4, '62
Simmons, W. A. W..................................... April 4, '62
Stephens, Allen A....................... April 5, '61 April 4 '62
Taylor, John L.... .................. April 5. April 4, '62 Corporal.
Taylor. Evan................................April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Thom pson, Barry............................ ......... .... ............... ........ Killed by railroad car February '62.
Tillinihast, Henry A.................... April 5, '61 Aril 4 '62 Company Clerk; Killed at Santa Rosa Island,
Wall, R. G................... ............ April 5, '61 April 4 '62 October 9, '61.
Walker, A. B.......................... ....... April 5, '61 April 4. '62
Watson, Robert........................ April 5, '61 April 4. '62
Watkins, Alex................................. April 5. '61 April 4. '62
Weeks, Levy.............................. April 5. '61 April 4. '62
West, Charles M........................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
W est, J............................................... ........................ .. Died at Corinth A pril 20, '62.
W illisa Alex............................... April 5 '61 April 4 '6
Willims. Robert.......................April 2. ',1 ............ .. Sergeant; died in hospital May, '62 of disease.
W ilson. J. I.................................. ril 5, 1 April 4 '62
Winslett, Samuel........................... April 5, '61IApril 4, '62




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60 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company B-ist Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
William E. Cropp............ April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Killed in Virginia; a member of Stewart's Cavalry.
John T. Miller...... ......... April 5, '61 April 26, '65 Promoted Captain; Wounded at Shiloh, April 6,
ist Lieutenant- .... '62.
W. T. Orman........................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted.
and Lieutenant-
C. F. Bubcock............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted '62.
3rd Lieutenants-
N. W. Hunter............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
E. C. CStevens........................ April '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlited, '62; shot at Shiloh. April 6, '62 a
Lieutenant Co. A, Florida G. R. Battalion; pro-
ENLISTED MEN. moted Lieutenant, this Company
Abbott, T. J..................................... April 5, '61 April 4. '62 1st Sergeant.
Ammerson, Hugh.............. ...... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Armstrong, J. T............................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Ashrands. Sid............................... April 5, '01 April 4 '62
Austin C. B.................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 4th Sergeant
Bahl, William ..... .... .... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Barefoot, Thomas...................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlited in Co. B; died of disease in hospital on
the Mississippi Iiver.
Bates, F. I......................................... ........................ ...................... Died at Perryville, Ky., October 8, '62
Beach, A...... ................ ..........
Bell. George W.................................................
Betha, William F..... .............. Jan. '62April 26 '65
Brockenbrough, George.......... April 5, '61 ....................
Broer, George W......... ....... Jan. 15, 62.................. Promoted Sergeant; shot at Shiloh, Tenn., April
Brogan, Thomas L........................Jan. 15, '62 April 4, '62 6, '62.
Brown, Benjamin F......................... ........................ .. .... Died at Shiloh April 6, '62.
Brown, John ............................ ....S...ergeant; died at Opalusus.
Brown, John ..................................... ........................ ........................ Sergeant; died at Opalusua.
Bull, S. K...................................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Carlton, John.......................... ..... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Carter, John ................................................................................ Corporal; died at Ringgold, Ga., February, '63.
Clark, B. L.................................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Cleveland, S. T. B..................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Clinsbower, L............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Coppadge, James T .............April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Congree, James L............................. April 5, '61 April 4 '62
Coups, James T.......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Coye B........................................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Coyle. C ............................................. April 5. '61 April 4. '62
Flanders. W E............................................ ....... April 4, '62
French John...................... .April 4, '62
Freem an, J....................................... ........................ ..................
Gibson, Hiram............................ April '61 April 4, '62
Gibson, T. D............................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Gorrie. John M............................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted; promoted 1st Sergeant.
Grady, Henry.................................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 2nd Sergeant.
Grogan, Alexander.......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Gunter, Decater.......................... ........................ ........................ Died in hospital at Pollard, Ala
H ale. J. L .................................................................. ........................ M missing at Shiloh.
Hancock, William A........................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62 2nd Corporal.
Harris, John ............................. April '61 April 4. '62
Harrison, John ............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted and served to close of war.
Harrison, T. E............................... April 5. '61 April 4, '62 3rd Sergeant.
Hicks, Joseph. ............... .... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Hill, L............. ................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted andserved to close of war.
Hockstraper, Charles..................... April 5, April 4, '62
Holden, Robert................................. April '01 April 4, '62
Horne, Lewis....... .. ....... April 5, '61 A 4, '62
Howell, W. E...... .......... ........................ ........................ Sergeant; killed at Shiloh April 6, '62.
J ackson, J. B .............................. ................. ........................
Jackson, R ...... ............... ... ................................................
Johnson, Jasner A............. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Johnson, William..................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
King. John W......................................................................... Sergeant; wounded at PerryvilleOctober 8, '2,
and died.
Lassiter, Henry J............................. ............................................ Died at Chattanooga November 8, '63.
Lewis, David............................... ........................ ........................ Killed at Shiloh April 6, '62.
Lloyde, J. W .....................................
Lovitt, James.....................................April 5 '61 April 4, '62
Lucas, John A............................. April '61 April 4. '62 Re-enlisted and served to end of war.
Lynn, Joseph............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Lyon, C. B........................................ ................. ... ..... Missing in Kentucky September 15, '62.
Lyons, James....................... April 5 '61 April 4, '62
McCardle, Isaac..................... April 5, '01 April 4. '62
McCardle. W. W............................. ........ .......Died November 24, '63.
McDonald, James....................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
McGowan, John...................... April 5 '61 April 4, '62
McKay, Robert............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Shot in right lung September 20, '63.
McKenzie, Andrew W.................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
McLeod, J ..ew..................... ........ ........................... du
Mahoney. John........................................ April 5. '61 April 4. '62
Really, Andrew J ....................... ................................................. Died during the war.
Nichols, I ...................................... .April 5, '61 April 4, '62,





















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 61


Roll Company B-sat Florida Infantry.
(CoNTINUED.)


MUSTREED MURTZRED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMAIN B.

Pascal, George W............................. ........................ .................. Died in hospital.
Parker J....... .............................. ..
Petry, Wiliam, Jr.................. april 5, '61 April 4, '62 st Corporal.
Pooser, George E....................... April '1 April 4, '62 3rd Corporal.
Potts T. J................................. April 5, '61 April 4, 6
Powell. E........................................... april 5, 61 April 4. '62
Powers, A. F............................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Raney D. G.......................... April '61 April 26, '65
Reynolds, Richard..................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Robinson John A.......................... .......................Corporal; died at Gainsville, Ala., '62.
Rodgers, Henry J......................... .... ... .... Killed at Shiloh April 6, '62.
Rodgers, James......................................................... Killed at Shiloh April 6, '62.
Roloph, William......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Scott, E. F......................................... .................... Died at Chattanooga.
Sharitt, Amos R..................... June 6, April 4, '62 Wounded at Santa Rosa Island September, '61;
Sharitt, J. L...................................... April '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted.
Smith, John............................................................... ................... Killed at Murfreesborough January 23, '63.
Smith, T. R.................. ..... April '1 April 4, '62
Smith, William K.......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Killed at Santa Rosa Island October 9, '61.
Stanford, T......... .................. -
Stevens ........................... ........... ............. Corporal.
Stevens, E. 0................................ April '61 April 4, '62 Shot at Shiloh April 6, '62; Re-enlisted.
Stockwell, William........... ......... .... April 26, '65
Stopper, A. T ...... ...... .... April '61 April 4, '62 Corporal.
Taylor, Henry.......................... Mentioned for gallantry at Chickmaugs.
Thompson, John J ......................Apri" '61 April 4, '62
Thompson, Lewis F.................................... April 26, '65 Killed on Santa Rosa Island October 9, '61.
Trimmer, W. H...... ............... March 27, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted November, '62; transferred from Rich-
T mond, Va., to Dunham's Artillery at Lake City;
C promoted to Quartermaster-Sergeant of Battery.
Tuten, C. D ...... ......... ......................... st Sergeant.
Vauhn James..................... ............. ..... .....
Walker, ........................ ....................... ....... Wounded at Perryville October 8, '62.
Watson, R. H...... ........... .... ................. Wounded at Perryville October 8, '62.
Williams J. R..... ....... ........... .............
Wilson, J................ ............. ...............
Wilson, J. H ..... ............................... Wounded at Perryville October 8. '62.
Williams Sam..... .......... ................. ..... Dead.
Williamson, W. H............................... ..............
W ood, B. B........... .....................................
Wood, William........................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Wynn, Charles E............................. .............................................. Died at Ringgold, Ga., '63.


Roll Company C-ist Florida Infantry.


MUBTEBaD MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERs.
Captains-
B. W. Powell................................. April 5, '61 April 4, 62 Expiration of term.
T. Sumter Menans................. April 5, '61 April 4 '62 1st Lieut.; promoted Capt.; wounded and captured
at Shiloh April 6, '62; Capt. Co. E, Florida and
C. G. R. Battalion.
J. D. Turner..................................... ..... ...... ..................... Promoted Captain.
tst Lieutenant-
Oliver P. Hull........................ April 5, '61 ........................ Promoted 1st Lieutenant from 2nd Lieutenant;
2nd Lieutenants- killed at Shiloh April 6, '62.
John A. Emmerson...................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
R. Y. H. Law............................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted, Co. C. 7th Infantry.
W. W. Tucker........................ April 5, '61 April 4. '62 2nd Sergeant; promoted 2nd Lieutenant, Jan. 23,
'62; wounded at Shiloh April 6, '62; also wound-
3rd Lieutenant- ed September 20, '63.
J. A. Woodburn.......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Promoted 3rd Lieutenant.
ENLISTED MEN.
Arnow, Porter R......................... April 5, '61 April 4. '62
Ashurst. Watson................... April 5 '61 April 4. '62
Baker, ............................................ ........................ ........................ Died in Tupelo, M iss., July 15, '62, of disease.
Baker, John.................................................................................. Died at Lagrange, Tenn., June 17. '62.
Bauknight, S. J............... ..... April 5, '1 April 4. 62
Bender, John..... ...................... April 5, '61 April 4, 62 Re-enlisted Co. C; killed at Perryville Oct. 8, '62.
Bennett, E. R..... ................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Promoted Corporal.
Branch,-John........... ...... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Bremer, George A..... ........ April 5 '61 April 4, '62
Bridgeman, George...... ..... March '62 .................. Killed at Dallas. Ga.. June 27. '64.
Brickle, Morgan......................... Died at Lagrange April 10, '62.
Broome, R. W................. ......... April 5, '61 April 4, l'62 1t Sergeant.
Brown, F. M.................. April 5. 61 April 4. '62
Cameron, A. ....................... April 5. '61 April 4, '62





















62 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company C-ist Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAME. IN. OUT. REMAKS.

Cames, J. B......................................................... April 4. '62
Carter, Jesse...............................April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Clark, Abner............ ........................................................ Died at Vaden, Miss., June 2, '62.
Coker, Silas....................................... Feb. '62 .................... Wounded at Perryville, Ky., '62.
Colmer, W. D....................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Cooper, W. H........................................................... ................. Killed at Perryville October 8, '62.
Crosby, John.............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 4th Sergeant.
Cotheran A. J....................... .. April 5, '61 April 4, 62
Crosby, J. ...................................... April 19, '61 April 4, '62 Promoted Color Sergeant; Re-enlisted.
Davis, J. M......... ....................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Davis R. H................................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Demaker, James L..................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 1st Corporal.
Dickinson, William .............. ........................................
Dixon, Josiah................................... April 5, '61 ........................
Devine, J. T................................... April 5, '61....
Dodson, W. H.............................. ....................... ........ Wounded at Perryville October 8, '62.
Edwards, J. G. A........................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Fleming, J. .................................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Forrest, James..................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Foster, Thadeus........ ...... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Gaston, William L........................... .................. ........................ Corporal; killed at Missionary Ridge Nov. 25, '63.
Geiger, W. H..................................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 2nd Sergeant.
Hale, Pir.kney......................................................................... Died at Grenada, Miss.
Harris, Thomas E...................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Hoose: F. M................................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 2nd Corporal.
Howar1, Harrison.......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
James, Joseph G......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Jo nson, J. J..... ............. ........................ .......................
Jones Thom as W ................................. ............ .....................
Jordan. E. P.......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Kennedy, Thomas S.................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Kennedy, Wilson N............ ....... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Kittrel, Stanley....................... ............ ....................... Killed at Missionary Ridge November 25, '63.
Kyle, C. H............. ........................ Killed at Shiloh April 6. '62.
Lamb, J. D.............................. .......................... Killed at Chickamauga September 20, '63.
Leland, George A........................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Lloyd, J. W................................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Loeb, Maurice.....
Loeb, M aurice.......................................................... ........................
Lynn, H ............................................. ........................ .. ................ D eserted.
Martin, Samuel.............................Feb. 15, '62 April 26, '65 Transferred July 4, '62, to Capt. Denham's Co.
Miller, M. E.................................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Miller, Samuel T............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Sergeant.
Mixon, E. M......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Morris. John. .................. Died at Knoxville November 20, '62.
Morrison, Nathaniel...................... April 5. '61 April 4, '62
Muir, Alexander J......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted in Co. C; killed at Shiloh April 6, '62.
Neal, A. J........................................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Promoted Sergeant.
Neely James...............................April 5, '01 Aril 4 '2 Promoted Sergeant wounded September 20, '63.
Neely, Samuel.............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Transferred to Co. wounded September 20, '63;
O'Neal, Peter................................ April 5, '61 May 28, 62 mentioned for gallantry at Chickamauga.
Parker, James....................... April 5, '61 April 4 '62
Pearson, John W.............. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Pinkney, James............. ......................... Died at Cdrinth, Miss., April 21, '62.
Price, George L........... .... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Roddenberry, Mathew.... ......... ........................................... Died May 15, '62, in service.
Rawles, Samuel B............................ April 5. '61 April 4, '62
Sharp, R B....................................... ............................................... Died at M o ticello October, '62
Shears, J. W.................................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Shepard, F. M ...... ...............................................
Simenten, J. H.......... ..... pril '61 Apr 4, '62
Sim m ons, W A W ......................... .......... ........................
Smith, C. P................................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Promoted Corporal.
Smith, Jacob.............................. ........... Died at Lagrange Tenn., April 10, '2.
Smith, Thomas............................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Smith, W. M............................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Stafford, E. C............................. April 5. '61 April 4, '62
Stanford, Thomas............... April 5, '61 April 4, 62
Starling, Levi....... ................ ril 5, '61 ril 26, '65 Shot near Murfreesborough, Tenn., Dec. 4, '64.
also at Shiloh, Tenn.. April 6, '62.
Stephens, E. C................................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 3rd Corporal; Re-enlisted n Co. B; shot at Shiloh
April 6, '62.
Strickland Johnathan...................April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Promoted Corporal.
ures, Robert................................... April 5, 61 ........................ Promoted Corporal; died at Tullahoma Jan. 25, '62
Tate. T. M................................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 4th Corporal.
Taylor.................................. April '61 .................. Sergeant.
Thomel, A. A................................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Thompson, A. L............................ April. 5, '61 April 4, 62
Thompson, Henry....................... ................................. Died at Montgomery, Ala., March, '62 of pneo-
Thompson, L. F......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 monia.
Timons, L. E............................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Turner, George W............................ ............. ...................... Wounded at Chickamauga September 20, '63.
Turner, J. C..... .. ................... .......... ....................................
Turner, N. J..................................... April 5, '61 ....................... Killed at Shiloh April 6, '62.
W alker, J. A ............................................................ ..................


















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 63


Roll Company C-Ist Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUsTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN.. OUT. REMARKS.

Walker, Joel E.............................. Feb. '62 April 26, '65 Shot at Dallas, Ga., May 28, '64.
Wall, R. J.......................................... Feb. '02 April 4, '22
W atts,a ................................................ ............. .. ............... ...... Killed at Shiloh April 6, '62.


mentioned for gallantry.
Williams, W. A................................. .............. ................... Died at Shiloh April 6, '62.
Williamson .................. ........................ Sergeant.
Wood, Benjamin............................ April 5, 't1 April 4, '62


Roll Company D-ist Florida Infantry.


MUSTEREI MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERs.
Captains-
R. B. Hilton......... .... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
C. L. McKinnon................... .... April 20, '65 Wounded at Dallas Ga., May 28, '64.
ist Lieutenants-
Walter.Gwynn................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Neil J. McKinnon..... ............... .....May '62 Re-enlisted Capt. C. L. McKinnon's Co; was in pri-
son when paroled, June 18, '65.
John L. McKinnon................................ April 26, '65 Promoted 1st Lieutenant.
C. Alonzo Landrum...... ................................... ..... Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; then 1st Lieutenant.
2nd Lieutenants-
William D. Evans............... ............................... Resigned March 21, '63.
Robert W. McCollum...... ................ ............... promoted 2nd Lieutenant; resigned April 22, '63.
W. G. Poole................................. April 5, '1 April 4, '62 Seriously wounded at Perryville; promoted Capt.,
Co. A, 1st Battalion; Major of Florida and C. G.
R. Battalion.
C. E. Hayward............................ April 5, '61 ........................ Appointed 2nd Lieutenant April 15, '62: Co. A,
3rd Lieutenants- Florida and C. G. R Battalion.
John W. Nash............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted, '62, in R. N. Gardner's Co. K, 5th
Florida, and served to close of war.
W. B. Runyan............ ................. ........... Appointed 3rd Lieutenant May 27. '62. Florida
ENLISTED MEN. and C. G. R. Battalion.
Alford, Jam es........................ .......... .... ........................
A lsobrook, ..................................... ................... ....................
Anderson, Alex L............ A l 1............April 5, '. Shot at Murfreesborough Jan. 1, '63; Sept. 20, '63.
A nderson, D uncan........................ ........................ ........................
Anderson, J. L................................... .... Died, Chattanooga September 2, '62
Anderson. J. S............................ April 5, '61 April 4 '62
Anderson, L. M .............................. April '61 April 4, '62 Sergeant; promoted 1st Lieut. and Capt. of 1st
Battalion; killed at Shiloh April 6. '62.
Anderson, Walker.......................... April 5, '1 April 4, '62 Promoted 1st Lieutenant, then Captain May 27,
Ansell, W. W ....... ..... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 '62 of Co. A, Florida and C. G. R. Battalion.
Ard, William D..... ............................................ ............. Died in Florida November 10, '62, of fever.
Armstrong, John............................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Bachelor, J. J................................ April '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted in Co. K.
Baker, B. J................................. April 5, '61 April 4, '02
Baker, C. B..... ........... ..... ........................ ................... Died in hospital at Grenada, Miss.
Baker, F. W............................... April 5 '61 April 4, '62 2nd Sergeant.
Barefoot, Thomas...................... April 5, '61 April 6, '62
Barnett, J. E..................................... ................... Killed, Perryville, October 8, '02.
Barnett, Jackson P.... ................................... ........................
B arnhill, A ........................................................... .......................
Beale, Jasper...........................................
Blocker, John R.........................April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted in 2nd Cavalry.
Blount, Benjamin A............................................... ........................ ied at Sparta, Ten., Sept. 6, '62. from fever.
Bloxham, W. D............ .... April 5, '61 April 4. '62 Re-enlisted, '62; promoted Captain Co. C, 5th In-
Brevard, .......................... April 5 '61 April 4. '62 fantry and transferred to Quartermaster Depart
Brickle, Richard......................... April 6, '01 April 4, '62 apartment at Madison.
Brown, John E......................... ........... Killed at Perryville, Ky., October 8, '62.
Brown, H. 8............... ...........A. April 5, '6 Apri 4, '62
Brown, S. J.................................... April '01 April 4, '62
Brown, W. J........................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Brown William L............. ................. Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., September 20, '63.
Bullard, Jam es W ........................... .......... .. .... ..................
Campbell, H......................................................................... Died at Sparta, Tenn., December 15, '62.
Caswell G ..... ...... .............................
Caswell, Michael V..... ..... May 15, '62..................
Christie, A. ........ .............................
Collaway, Jesse.......... ...... April 5. '61 April 4, 62
Coxkroff, William A................................ ........................ Died at Sparta, Tenn., June 25, of pneumonia.
Crafford, John L........................... ........................ ........................ Died in Georgia August 29, '63.
Croom, A. Church...................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted again in Co. C, 2nd Cavalry; transferr-
ed to Scott's Battalion Cavalry and promoted
Sergeant.




















64 SOLDIERS OF 1LORIDA.


Roll Company D-ist Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAME. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Croom, H. C............................... April 5, '61 April 4, '02 Transferred to Co. F, 2nd Regiment Cavalry; pro-
moted to 3rd Lieutenant.
Denham........................................ ........................ June 27, '61 Disability; Corporal.
D odgen.......................................... ................... ....................... Corporal.
Donald. Charles M........................... .............. ........... .... wounded Septemper 20, '63, at Chickamaua.
Duval, Phillip................ Apr 5, '61 Apr I 4, '62 Promoted Sergeant.
Edgar, George M...... ............. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Evans, H enry R ...... ............. ................ ........................
Faulk. T .................. ............................................ .......................
Fener, Thomas........ ......... .. ............................. Died in Montgomery, Ala., August, '63, of typhoid
Freeman, John......................... April 5. '61 April 4, '62 fever.
Gallaher. E. Y ........................... April 5. 61 April 4, '62 2nd Corporal.
Gillett, Thomas M..... ..... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
G ray, A ................................... ............................................. .......... .
rice, W. J.......... ..... .................. June 20, '61 ........................ Shot at New Hope Church, Ga., June, '84.
Gurley, M. P............... ................. April 5. '61 April 4, '62
Hart J..................................... April 5, '61 April 4 '62 Wounded at Shiloh April 6. '62.
Hart, Laurie................................ ....Wounded at hiloh April 6, '62.
Herron, F. M....................................April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Hartwell, George........................... ................... ............ Died June 12, '62, of measles.
Holly, Robert H.......................... ............
Horten, Berry...... ................... April 5 '1 April 4, '62
Houck, W. F...... ......................... April, '61 April 4 '62
Howard, George W.................... April 5. '61 April 4, '62
Hudnall. T. W......... ............. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted in Gamble's Artillery.
Infinger, Charles.......... .....................................
Infinger, Thomas............................. .............. .....Wounded at Chickamauga September 20, '63.
Johnson, Alexander................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Wounded at Shiloh April 6, '62; New Hope Church
Joiner, James....................................................... March 28, '63; also at Missionary Ridge Dec-
Jones, G. L............................ ........ ........ .................. e..... em ber 27. '63.
K em p, H enry...................................................
Kem p, Joshua F..... ..... ...........................
Kemp, William H............................................................................ Died May 29, '62 of measles at Walton county, Fla.
King, J ... ...................................... 6 ....... ...
King, W. J............... .... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Corporal.
Kinden, William.......... .... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Kirkland, James J.................... ...........................
Leaman, C. E................................. April 5 '61 April 4, '62
Lester, E ......... .................. .. ...................... ....................
Lindle,H.L................................... April 5 '61 April 4, '62
Lyles. Richard............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Missing at Shiloh.
McCollum, Archibald L................ ........................ ........................ Died October 23, '63, of fever.
McDonald, Charles L.................. ........................ ...... Died December 18, in Georgia, from wounds.
McDonald, Daniel M.... .................. ........................ Died of pneumonia July 29, '62.
McDonald, Norman M..... ..... Feb, 28, '62April 26, '65 Shot at Dallas, Ga., July 25, '64.
M cD onald 0 .................................... ................... .......................
Mclver, Angus C.. ................... ...............
Mcver, C Coln C............................. uly 19, '61 June 12. '65 From Camp Chase.
Mclver, D. C.......................................................................... Died at Chattanooga Sept. 9, '62 of typhoid.
Mclver. John C................................................
MeKinnon, Alexander D ......... ............ une 12, '65
McKinnon. Daniel L.............................................. .......
McLean. Calvin............... ............................... ...................... Died at Chattanooga Dec. 10, '2, of pneumonia.
McLean, Daniel G............... ...... ...............
McLean, Daniel K...... ....... ............................. Died at Dunlap September, '62, of typhoid.
McLean, John L...... ................... ............... April 26, '65
M cLean. J. Love............................... .................. ..................
McLean, Lauchlin D..... ................................ ............ Promoted Corporal.
McLean, Malcolm P..... .... July 61........... ............. Corporal; promoted Sergeant; captured at Nash-
vlle Dec. 16, '64; carried to Camp Chase and
McLeod, John..... .... .... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 through exposure and neglect lost an eye.
Macon, Arthur.................................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Corporal; promoted Sergeant; shot at Chlokmau-
ga Sept. 20, '63; died at Madison, Fla.. Sept.
21, '64.
Mareheal. Edward D.................................................................. Died at Dunlap, Tenn., Sept. 19, '62, of pneu-
Maxwell. G. Troup..................... April 5, 61 April 4, '6 monia.
Meagher. R. A.......... .... April 4, '61 April '2 st Sergeant.
Miller, Elias B............. ........ ......................
M ilton, ................................................. .......................... ...
Mimmes, H................................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Modlin. M............................... April 5. '61 April 4, '62
Moore, G. J........ ...... ... April 5, '61 April 4 '62
Morris, William.......................... April 5, '01 April 4, '62
Morrison, A. P ............................. ....................... ........................ Died at Sulphur Springs, Tenn., December 20, '63,
Moorison, Malcolm P...................... ... ................ ...... of pneumonia.
Moseley, B. F......................................... ... April 26, '65
Nelson, ....................................................
Norris, Allen.....:......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
N orris, G ........................................... ........................ ........................
Norris, Henry...... .......... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 ...
Paddison, W ............................... April '61 April 4, '62
'Pasge Allen............................. ........................Died in Alabama July 20, '63, of puenmonis.
Pastell, George W........................... April 5, '61 April 4, 62
Patten, R. B..................... ..... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 1st Corporal.




















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Roll Company D-rst Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN OUT. REMARKS.

Patterson, Joseph....... ...................... .................
Porter, Levi................................................................................ Killed at Chikmauga September 20 '63.
Puller A. J ................................. April 5, '61 April 4. '62
Race, W. T......................................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Raborn, J. W ......................................................................... .... Died June 6, '62, of brain fever.
Randolph, Eton........................ April 5 '61 April 4 '62
Randolph, William......................... April 5 '61 April 4, '62
Rooks, Jesse W.................................................. ........................ Died in Florida of measles June 19, '62.
R ooks, Thom as F............................ ...... ............. .......................
Rooks, William W...................................................................... Died May 12, '62, of sunstroke.
Sanders, J. ...... ......... .............................................. Died in Alabama August 8, '62, of fever.
Scott, Alford...... .......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Sessions, T ...................... ........... .......................
Shean, Era tus B ............................................... .................
Sileox, Benjamin.............................. ......................................... Died of brain fever September 4, at Dunlap.
Silcox, David.................................... ........................................ Died at Chattanooga September 9, '63.
Silcox, Jesse...................................... ................................ Died at Sulphur Springs, Tenn., March 23, '63, of
Silcox, William H... ................ ......... ..................... pneumonia.
Singleton, W. H... ........ .......................... .............. ..... Reported as a deserter.
Stafford, J. E............................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
S teele, J ............................................ ........................ .......................
Surles ............................. ......................................... .. ............. Corporal.
Taurence, Benjamin F................................... ........................... Wounded at Chickamauga September 20, '63.
Taylor, Jam es.... ...................................... ........................
Taylor, Latson L....... .............Died in Alabama August 5, '62 of fever.
Thomas, J. .......... .... April 5, '1 April 4, '62
T iner, T ............................................. ........................ ........................
Tiner, W illiam A J..............;............................. ...................
Tipton, I........................................... April 5. '61 April 4, '62
Walker L. B................................ April 5, '61 April 4. '62
Ward, Asa...... ............................... ......... ...........
W ard, B. F....................................... ..................... April 26, '65 Deserted
W ard, Isaac........... ....................................................
Wescott J. D., Jr......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Willie, W. A..... ....................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Wilson, Benjamin........ ..... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Williamson, Elbert..................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Woodberry. Samuel C ................... April 5' '61 April 4, '62
Worthington, William...................................................... ........... Died June 29, '62, of brain fever.
Wright, Elias............................................ .......... ..................... Died in Florida, October 6. '62.
W right, George................ ........... ... ...................
Wright, Hamilton............................... .... Died July 15, '62, of measles.
Wright, James...................................... Died at Chattanooga October 30, of fever.
Write, James .................................. ............. ..... ...... Died in Florida October, '63, of fever.


Roll Company E-xst Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
Hyer H. Baker..... ........ April 5 '61 April 4, '62
A. B. McLeod.......................... ............. April 26, '65 Wounded by fall during battle of Rocky Face
Ist Lieutenants- Mountain, Ga., May 1, '64.
mThomas E. Clark............................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted promoted Capt. Co. E, 8th Infantry.
William McPherson.............................................. ....... Promoted captain.
Henry W. Reddick..................... March 20, '62
and Lieutenants-
F. M. Farley................................ April 5, '61 April 4 '62 Re-enlisted; Co. E, May, '62, Resigned Nov. 2, '63
W. H. DuBose................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
3rd Lieutenants-
Murdock C. McKee.................... March 20, '62 ....... .......... Died, Chattanooga, Tenn., October, '6?.
H enry T. W right......................... .......... ........................
ENLISTED MEN.
Alexander, George L..................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Sergeant.
Anderson, Daniel L......................... July '61 ............Dischared, January, '62, for disability.
Armistead, Anthony........................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Corpor
Armistead, Lawrence T.................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Appleton, W. L............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Ayres, Jesse W........................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Bailey, Thomas J....................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Baker, Beverly............................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Balcolm, A. L......................... March 20, '62 .........
Barbaree, Henry............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted.
Barron, Green................................. March 20 '62...........
Beauchamp, John C......................... April 5, '61 April 4. '62
Bonds, W H..................................... March 2, '62 ........................ Lost sense of hearing by explosion of shell at
Atlanta, Ga., August 15, '64.




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66 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company E-rst Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Bowers, Addison......................... April 5, '61 pril 4, '62 2nd Corporal.
Brantley, H. M................................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Brantley, John D.......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Bray, William................................... April 5, '1 ........................ Deserted March 14, '64.
Bright, Henry A......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Brown, Benjamin F......................... ....................... April 20, '65
Brown, Felix.................... ..... pril 5, '61 April 4, '62
Bush, E. B..... ............... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Cadle William G........................... April 5, '061 April 4, '62
Campbell, W. L........ ..............
Corley, Robert J ....... ..... pril 5, '1 April 4, '62
Cotton, James................................... .... .... ................. 1st Sergeant.
Cotton, Jesse-N.......................... March 11. '62 ....................... Captured; imprisoned at Chicago till June, '65.
Cotton, John A.............................. March 11, '62.. ..... Corporal.
Cotton, Shadrack.................... March 11, '62 .... .... Died at Ringgold. Ga., September, '62. of disease.
Davis, Marius M......................... April 61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted, August, '62.
Davis, William........................... March 11, '62 ........................
Dockries, J. A................................ July 21, '61 ........................ Discharged, '62, for disability; re-enlisted 29th
Donald, John W............ ....... April 5. '61 April 4, '62 Alabama and served to close of war
Donalson, Benjamin F.................... March 11, '62 .......................
Drummonds. Eugene E................ April '61 April 4, '62
Eldridge, Daniel-l).... .............. March 11, '2 ..................
Eldridge, James K. P...................... April 5, '1 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted.
Eldrige. Jeremiah M............ .... April '01 ................ Died in Florida of brain fever, '62.
Evans, H. R................................................ April 26, '65
Evans, William D..........................July '61 April 26, '05
Faulks, James W................. March '62.... ............
Ferguson, William G....................... April 5, '61 April 4 '62
Finley, Sam Y................... ..... April '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted; promoted Capt. Co. I, 6th Infantry.
Glissen, Joe....................................... ........................ .................... Died of disease February 13,'63,at Walton, Fla.
Glissen, M athew .............................. ...................... ...................
Glisson, Philip.................................................... ...... Died at Harrodsburg, Ky., Oct., '62, of pneumonia.
Godwin, M arion C...................................................................
Gomillion, Elijah........................ .. .................. .... Died in Kentucky September, '2. of disease.
Gomillion, William........................... ..... .............................. Died August 2 '62, at Montgomery.
Gonsales, James E........... .................................................
G rim es, Jesse-F ................................. ................ ........................
Gulbedge Jam es........................... ............... ........................
Harrison, Benjamin J..................................... .............. Died at Chattanooga January 6, '62.
Hawel, William G................... March 11, '62 ........................
High, James C......................... April 5, '1 April 4, '62
Holland, William M.......... ................................................ Transferred to 29th Alabama.
Houck, Josiah................................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Jackson, John B.............. ........ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Jones, John C................................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Jones, Uzzell A........ ........ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Kelly. William.......................... April 5, '1 April 4 '62
Kennedy, John............................... ril 5, '61 Aril 4, '62
Kilbee, John C................................ April 5, '61 Aril 4, '62
Kilgore. A. J..................... ....... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Land, Henry.................................... ........................ ........................ Died at Chattanooga of disease September, '62.
Langford, Benjamin........................ March 11, '62 ............. Wounded near Atlanta, Ga., August, '64.
Lassiter, Ephriam......................... March 11, '02 ....
Lassiter, Henry........................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Lassiter, H. L ............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Lassiter, James................................................................... Died in Kentucky, September, '62.
Lassiter, Joseph M.......................... ...................................... Died of erysipelas. September, '62.
Lassiter, Wiley 1.......................... March '02 ....... .......... Captured at Atlanta Ga., July 22 '64: imprisoned
at Camp Chase. Ohio, where he died Jan. 7, '65.
Lewis,-A lfred..................................... ............ ..... ...... ................... D e erted M arch 14, '64.
Lewis, Calvin....... ............................ April '61 ..................... Died of congestive chill at Bluff Springs. Florida,
Lewis, W iley..... ...... ........... ............... .... .................... June 5, '62.
Lillaram Lewis................. ..........March 11, '2 ........................ Corporal.
Lowry, William..................... ....... Dec. ........................ Discharged August, '64, for disability.
McClung. LaFayette....................... April 5 April 4, '62 st Sergeant.
McCullough. Mdward'M.............. April....... ............ Corporal; died in service.
McCullum, Gaines.................. March 11, '02 ........................
McDonald, Allen............................. March 2, '02 April 26, '65 Wounded at New Hope Church, Atlanta, July 22,
'64, and at Franklin, Tenn., November 30, '64.
McDonald, John A......................... March '2 ........................ Sergeant; died in Florida June 7 '62.
McDonald. Peter P............ .... July '61 ....................... Transferred to Co. H, 6th Florida; wounded at
McIntosh, John C.................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Dallas, Ga.. '64.
McKay. William............................... ....................................... Died at Dunlap, Tenn., September, '62.
McKenzie, Randal................. March 11, '62 ..
McKenniss, William H..... .......... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
McKinnon, A. D. ........................ ........ ....... 1st Sergeant.
McKinnon, J. L................................................................ .... Promoted 2nd Lieutenant Co. D, 1st Regiment.
McLeod, John P............................... .... Sergeant.
McLeod, Norman............. ..........March 11, '62...........
McLeod, W. B.................................. March 2 '2.. ..... Sergeant; discharged Sept. 20, '64. for disability;
McNealy, J. W..... ...... .... April 5, 61 April 4 '62 lost arm near Atlanta. Ga., August 24. '64.
McNealy, Sidney...... ............... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
McRae, Daniel R....................... March '62...........
Mathis, J. L....... ......... ............... ..:** ... .......... Transferred to 2th Alabama.


















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 67


Roll Company E-ist Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Michemex Moses............................ March '62 ........................ Died at Chattanooga, Tenn., September, '62.
M oates, Francis............................. ............ ....... .................
Moates, James M.... ......... ....... .... April 26, '65
Moates, Johnathan............... .. March '62........................ Died in Kentucky, November 10, '62.
M oore, Daniel D ......................... .............. ..... ........................ Corporal.
Morriss, J. E. D..................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Nelson, Josiah..... ...................................................Died at Harrodsburg Ky., February 28, '63.
Norris, John...................................... ........................ ....................... Killed at Perryville October 8, '62.
Norwood, William.......... ...................................... Died at Atlanta, Ga., November 27, '63.
Parker, Benjamin F.................... April 5, '61 April 4, '2
I'aulk, Jonathan ..... .............. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
P itts, Isaac....................................... ............. .......... ................... B ugler.
Rabon, Asa..... ................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Nayner, Elijah ................................ ........................ ........................
Redd, William G........................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Reddick James W........................... y '61 ........................ Discharged for broken leg.
Reddick, M adison M ....................... ........................ ........................ Sergeant.
Register, John............................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Sergeant.
Rodgers, Henry T................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Rogers, J. M..................................... ..................................... Shot at Chattanooga November 23 '63.
Rogers, Jesse...... ........ ..... Aug. '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted August, '62, in Alex McLeod's'Co.;
captured, '63; imprisoned at RocklIsland, Il.,
and remained there till the close of the war.
Rogers, Neverson....................... Aug. 61 ................ .....Discharged, '62, for disability.
Ryals, James M.......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Sands, Robert..... .................................. Wounded September 20, '63.
Sansom, B. F................................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Sasser, Josiah............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Slater, Charles................................... ril 5, '61 April 4, '62 Musician.
Saunders, William A............ ..... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Sims, Henry G...................... April 5, '61 ril 4 '62
Smith, J. W....................................... rch 2, '62 April 26, '65 Shot at Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 24, '64; promoted Corp.
Spence, Isaac................................. March 2, '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Murfreesborough, Tenn., Dec. 31, '62
Spence, Richard........... .......... ....
Strabry, A. E................................... April 5 '61 April 4, '62
Stephens, Benjamin......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Corporal.
Stephens, B. H................................. arch '61 April 26, '65
Stephens, James...... .............. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Thompson, Benjamin.........................................
Thom pson, Jesse............................... ..................
Thompson, William......................... .................... ........................ Promoted Sergeant; died at Chattanooga Sept.. '62
Thornton, William................................ .............. Sergeant.
Truett, Cass....................................... ........................ .... Died at Ringgold, Georgia.
T ruett, Jam es................................... .................
Truett, John..................................... ........................ .................. Killed at Perryville, October 8, '62.
Truett, Noel R............................................................. Died at Marietta, Ga., November 20, '62.
Walker, Berry A......................... June '61 April 26, '65 Prisoner at Elmira, N. Y., when war closed.
Watford, William T......... .... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Watson, Benton H ........................ ......... .........
Watson, George W ........ .................................... ......... Killed at Perryville October 8, '62.
W atson, W illiam A............ ........ .................................. .......... Bugler.
Ward, Michael.............. ................................................
West, Mathew.............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Welch, Isaac............... ......... ...............
Wheeler, John ........................ ................................... Honorable mention at Chickamauga.
Whidden, Burnett....... ...... pril 5, '61 April 4, '62 1st Corporal.
White, John.......... .................................... Killed at Atlanta, Ga., July 25, '64.
Williams, John....................... ..................... April 26, 65
Williams, J. V........................ ...................... April 26, '65


Roll Company F-rst Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMABKB.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
ichard Bradford..........ord................... April 5, '61..................... Killed on Santa Island October 9, '61.
Vans Randell.............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Promoted Captain October, '61.
John Walston............................... June '62 ..................
lst Lieutenants-
D. F. Livingston........................................................... April 4, '62
Isaiah Cobb.................................. .............................................. Prom oted Captain, of Co. I, '64.
2nd Lieutenants-
Thomas Moseley............... ........... ...April 4, '62
William H. Whitner................... April 5, '61 ..................
James F. Hart...... ..............................
3rd Lieutenant-
John M cD avid.... .................................. ........................




















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Roll Company F-rst Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

ENLISTED MEN.
Alien, R. J............... ................................
Ard, Daniel....................................... June '62April 26, '
A rd, George........... ......... .............................................
A rd, Jesse................... ......................................... April .26, '
Baggett, Edward............... .. ne '62....................... Died, Harrodsburg, Ky., October 13, '62.
Baker, John............................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Barker, Emanuel ............................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Berry, James.................................... June '62 April 26, '65
Bishop, J. W................................... April 5, '61 April 26, '65 Re-enlisted, May, '62.
B lackm an, J. P.......................................... .......................
Botts, W F....................................... ........................ April 26, 65 Lost leg in war.
Boyette, John A................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Boyan, Edward H......................April 5 '61 April 4, '62 Promoted Corporal.
Burch, George C............................. April 5, '61 .................. Re-enlisted, '62; imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Butler, A. K......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Carlsile, James...................... April 5, 61 ........................ Died Pollard, Ala., October 1, '62.
Cauley, A. J........................ ................
Cauley, Henry..................................
Chestnut, Jacob......................... April 5, '61 .................. Died, Bluff Springs, January 6, '62.
Clemens, Jasper.......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Cobb, B. N..................................... ........................ ........................ Corporal; killed at Perryville October 2, '62.
Cobb, 0........................................................................ Wounded, September 20, '63.
Collier, William H................... April 5, '61 April 26, '65 Promoted 1st Leutenant Co. D: Co. A of F. and
Crane, W illiam .................................. ................ ........................ C.G. R Battalion.
Daniel, James.............................. ........... ...........
Davis, Ephriam W............... Mch. 20, '62 April 26, '65 Wounded in left arm.
D avis, M D .................................................. ........................
DeLaughter, Pickens..................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Promoted 1st Corporal.
Dixon, Josiah B......................... April 5, '61 .... .........
Dozier, A. J................................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted, '02.
Drew, James E........................ April 5, '61 April 26, '65 Re-enlisted, March. '62.
Edwards, John E....................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Exum, William.............................. April 5, '61 Aril 4 '62
:. '61April 4. '62
Ezell, Jesse B..... ... .... April 5, '61 ..................
Faulk, Asa...... .... .... June '62 ... ..........
Faulk, John M............................ June '62 ..................Died. Kingston, Ga., January 18, '64.
Fisher, L. C............ ..................................................................... Sergeant.
Franklin, James H.............. ....... Mch. '62 April 26, '65
Frater, Louis................................................................ ...............
Gaston, William L........................... April 5. '61 April 4, '62
Gatlin, G. W.................................................. Died July 9 '62, at Bluff Springs.
Gideon, Benjamin......... ..... June '62 .................
Godlie, John E...... ............... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Grimes, G. W..................................................................... Transferred September 20, '63.
Grimes, James T......................... Mch. 20 '62.....
Grimes, John W............................. Mch. 20, '2 April 26, '65
Grim es, Thom as.......... .......................................................
G rim es, W J............................................................. ..................
Guest, Mathew............................ Mch. 20. '62 April 26, '65
Hamilton, John.........................:....... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Hammock, Samuel........................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted and served to close of war.
H arris, Blritton......................... ... M ch. 20, '62 .......... .........
H arris, Luke .................................... Mch. 20, '02.... .......
Harrold, E. M........................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Harvis, S. H................................. April 5, '61 ..............
Hays. E. J.............................. April 5, '61 April 4i '62
Hines, William G........................... April 5, '1 April 4, '62 Promoted Corporal.
Hinton, J. S.......... .. ...... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Hollyman, C. F........... .... April 5, '1 April 4, '62
Howell. William E............ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Jarvis, William, Jr..................April 5. '61 April 4, '62
ernigan, Blake..... ......... ... April 5, '61............... Died at Montgomery. Ala., September, '62.
Jernigan, J. W........................... Mh. 20 62 ........
Johnson, John A...............................April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Jones, Curtis................................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Jordan, W. Harrison............. Mch. 20, '62 ....... .......... Died, Tullahoma, Tenn., January 30, '63.
Jordan. W. J............. .... Mch. 20, '62...........
Kelly, W. H................... ......... Mh. 20. '62.....
Kennedy. A. J.............................. Meh. 20, '62 ... ..........
Kilk, Robert................................... Mch. 20, '62 .. ............... Died, Knoxville, November 10, '62.
Kilpatrick. William B.................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Lansdon, B. L................. ......... ch. 20, '62 ........................ Died at Travers, Tenn., November 20, '63.
Livingston,-C. S............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 2nd Sergeant.
Livingston. J. F............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 1st Sergeant; re-enlisted and served to close of war.
Long. Joseph.............................. Mch. 20 '62 ...........
Lemmox, Frank M......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Lundy, Andrew J............................ Mch. 20, '62 .......................Killed at Dallas. Ga., '64.
Lundy, R..... ...................... ... April 26, '65 Captured and imprisoned.
Lynch. James................................... April 5 '61 April 4, '62
McCaskill, E. F................................ Mch. 20, '62 ................... Corporal.
McCaskill. E. V................................. Mh. 20, '62 ....................... Killed, Missionary Ridget November 25, '63; hon-
McDonald. E. M............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 orable mention at Chickamauga.
McDavid, D. M............................M.. Mch. 20, '62.................. Corporal.




















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(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

McLellan, Duncan................... Mch. 20, '62 ..................
McMillan, A. M............................ Mch. 20, '62 ........................ Sergeant.
Madox, William...... ............... Mch. 20, '62 ..................
Martin, 8. P...................................... April 5, '61 .............. .... Killed, Perryville October 8, '62.
Mathis, John W......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Mays, Richard................................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted and served to close of war.
Mim, Jesse............................ Mh.20, '62 ........................ Sergeant.
Mobley, James A............................. April 5, '1 April 4, '62
M orris, Blurett................................ Mch. 20, '2 ..... ...............
Morris, John......................... Mch. 20, '2 ....................
Morrison, Robert......... ........... Mch. 20, '62 ........................
Moseley Malcomb J................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Nelson, T. J........................................................................... Died, May 20, at Chattanooga.
Nichols J. L.................. ... Mch. 20, '62.... ...... Died, Bluff Springs, Fla., '62.
Norris, Wiley..... ......... ......... Mch. 20, '62........
*Odum, George L.................. ....... April 5, '1 April 4, '62
Oneal, John W..................... April 5, 61 April 4, '62
Overstreet, George W..................... April '61 April 4, '02
Patterson, D. R.............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Patterson, J. J. H....................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Patterson, John W........................... April 5, 61 Aril 4, '62
Peacock, A. E............................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Peacock, John.............................. Mch. 20, '62 ..................
Phillips, Robert A........................................ April 4, '62 Re-enlisted and served to close of war.
Pittman, Manley.............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Poige, E. E....................................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Polk, Napoleon........................... Mch. 20, '62 ....................
Polk, Robert............................... Mch. 20, '62 .........
Polk, William............................. Mch. 20, '62 ....
Pope, B. C.................... ..... April 5, '61 April 4, '
Pope, Redmond.......... ........... Mch. 20, '62...........
Pogers, James T...................... ........ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Sales, A. N....................................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Sales, John....................................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Sappington, Joseph H................ April 6, '61 April 4, '62
Sauls, Wilson.............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
:Seely, J. H...................................... Mch. 20, '62 .......... Wounded September 20, '63.
,Seely, J. ..... ....................... April '61 April 26, '65
Sherer, W illiam ..... .......................... Mch. 20, '62 ...... ..............
Shepard, R. R................................. Mch. 20, '62 .................. Sergeant.
Skipper Thomas.............................. April 5, '61 April 4 '62
Snellgrove, S. W............................. Mch. 20, '62 ..................... Died, Knoxville. Tenn., November 25, '62.
Sparrow, P. S....................... Mch. 20, '62 ... ........
Starling, Levi............................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Sunday, A. J.............................. Mch. 20, '62 .... ......
Sunday, J. R .................................. Mch. 20, '62 ........................
Sunday, Richard........................... Mch. 20, '62 ...........
Sutton, James T............................. April 5, '61 April 4 '62
Sutton. Rufus........................................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Thomas, J. A..................................... April 5, '61 April 4 '62
Tucker, Jordan .............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Re-nlisted, Smith's Co., 2nd Cavalry.
Tuten Charles I)...... ........................................ April 26. '65 Wounded; captured at Nashville, '64; impris-
Varn, Thomas J.................................................. April 4, '62 oned at Camp Douglass. Ill.
Walfrip, William II...................... Airil 5, '61 April 4, '62
Walston, C....................... .. Mh. 20, '2 ........................ Corporal; died, Bluff Springs, Fla., July 18, '62.
Waring, M. Howell.......................... April 5, '61 April 26, '65 1st Sergeant; re-enlisted and served to close of war
Watts, Richard............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 war.
Webb, William 8............................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Wheeler, Isaac.................................. Mch. 20, 62 .... ........
Whitlock, Charles S................... April 5, '61 April 4. '62
Whitner, Benjamin F........... ..... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted, Co. C, 8th Infantry; promoted Capt-
Whittle, Emanuel...................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 ain, and served to close of war.
Whitty, Edward............................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Wiggins, J. L........................... Mch. 4, '62 ....................
Williams A. B................. .......... Mch. 4, '2 ....... .......... Killed at Perryville. Ky., October 8. '62.
Williams, John J .................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Williams, John R............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Williams, R. G............................... ril 5, '61 April 4, '62
Williams, Thomas W..................... april 5, '61 April 4, '2
Wilson, Joseph W.......................... Mch. 20, '62 .................... st Sergeant.
Worrell R. T.......................... ....... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Young William................. .........April 5 '61 April 4. '62.

Roll Company G (Young Guards)-ist Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
John H. Gee............................. April 5 '61 April 6. '62



















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Roll Company G (Young Guards)-ist Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

ist Lieutenants-
William M. Davidson................ April 5, '61 April 6, '62 Transferred to Staff Gen. Patten Anderson and
promoted to Captain.
F. G. Howard ......................... ......... .......... ..................... 2nd Lieutenant; promoted let Lieutenant.
2nd Lieutenants-
William W. Wilson...................... April 5 '61 April 6, '62 Re-enlisted in Co. B, 8th Regiment, as private.
J. L. West............................ ......................... .......... Promoted 2nd Lieutenant in '62.
3rd Lieutenants-
A. W. Smith.......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted, Co. B, 8th Regiment, as private.
William J. Gaines..... ................................... ........ Promoted Lieutenant.
ENLISTED MEN.
Apple, J ...... ...... ........ ... .... Deserted.
A tw ell, John....... ......................... .... ................ .... ....
Austin, G. W......... ..................... April 5, '01 April 6, '62
Baggett. Nicholas....................... ....................... ........................ Wounded at Chicknmauga September 20, '63.
Baggett, Thomas........................................................................... Died, Sept. 10, '62, at Chattanooga, of fever.
Barrow, J. J............... ........... ........... ......................... Corporal; Wounded at Chickamauga, September
20, '63; and deserted.
Black, Wesley....................... April 5, '61 April 6, '62 Prisoner of war.
Blackshear, Abram..................................... ........................ Died in Conechu county, Ala., Nov. 25, '62, of
disease.
Blow H S....................................... ................................................ Prisoner of w ar.
Blow, John W................................... ...............................
Booth, Jesse C........... ......... April 5, '61 April 6, 62 Re-enlisted May, '62, in Co. K, 2nd Florida Cav-
Sairy and promoted 2nd Lieutenant.
Booth, R. C.................................. April 5, '61 April 6, '62 Promoted Surgeon.
Botts. M F.................... ....................................... ............ Deserted.
Botts, S. B..... ........ .......... .... .............. ......... Deserted.
Bower, John M ...................................... ..............
Bracewell, J. P........................ pril 5, '61 April 6, '62 Re-enlisted May, '62, Co. B 8th Regiment.
Bray, Alfred..................................... .................................. wounded at Chickamauga, Sept. 20, '63; died
Jan. 1, '64, of wounds at Newman, Ga.; honor-
Bray, G ........................................................ able mention.
Brown, G.......... ........................ ................ ........................ Sergeant; left in charge of wounded at Perryville.
Brown, W. J................................... April 5, '61 April 6, '62
Bruce, Hector............................ April 5, '61 April 6, '62 Re-enlisted, Co. B, 8th Regiment; wounded, Get-
Burghard, John......................... April 5, '61 April 6, '62 tysberg.
Butts, James..........................................Died at alton April 9, 63, of pneumonia
Ceausseaux, S. K......................... April 5, '61 April 6, '62 Re-enlisted, Co. B, 8th Regiment.
C obb S J ........................................ ...................... .....................
Cook, William................................. April 5. '61 April 6, '62
Corbitt. C. C................................. .. April 5, '61 ril 6, '62
Dearborn, Jackson................ April 5, '61 Aril 6 '62
Dickson, Jesse................................ April 5, '61 Aril 6, '62
Dickson, J. L ............. ....... Apr 5, '61 Aril 6, '62
Dismukes, E. P.............................April 5, '61 Aril 6, '62 Re-enlisted, Co. B, 8th Regiment; promoted 2nd
DuPont, C. H................................ April 5, '61 Apr 6, 62 Sergeant.
DuPont J. H................................. April 5, '61 April 6, '62
Elliott Isaac J.... .......... .... ....................... Died at Tullahoma February 25, 63, of pneumonia.
Elliott, N'xon............................. Apr 5, 61 April 6, 62
Emmitt, J. A................................. ........................ ........................ Disabled and detailed on Quartermaster Dept.
Em m itt, Robert A ...... ..................................... .......................
Floyd, Charles J....................................................... ..................
Folk, Jordan............... ...................... Died in service.
Freeman, J. W .... .......................................... ....................... Captured at Perryville.
Flowers, J. C ............................................................. ................... D deserted.
Foster, J. M .......................................................... ........................ Captured at Glasgow.
Garrett, John......... ..........................
Gee. R. C.......................... ........ April 5, '61 April 6, '62
George Moses A :............................. ........................ ........................ Deserted at Bruton July 31, '62.
Goodfellow, J. S.............................. ....................... ........................ Corporal; died in service.
G griffin, Jackson...........................................................................
Gunn C. C.......................... ..... April 5, '61 April 6, '62
Gunn, William J......................... April 5, '61 April 6, '62
Harris, B. A................... ..... .................Died January, '63, at Chattanooga, Tenn.
Harris, S. H.................................... April '61 April 6, '62
H awkins. N .................................... ........................ ..................... Deserted.
Hinote, Elijah.................................... ............. Died, Sept, 15. '62, at Chattanooga of fever.
Holloman, John.........................April 5'61 April 6, '62
H well, J. 0 ....................................... ............ ................ Sergeant.
Johnson, A. J............................... ............ .......... Deserted.
Kennedy, John A.................................................. ......... .... Corporal; died November 10, '62.
Keoppen, C. H............................. April 5, '61 April 6, '62
K iller...................................................................... ......................
Leonard, S. S.................................. ... ........ .......................
Love, Archibald B....................... April 5, '61 April 6, '6 Re-enlisted, Co. B, 8th Florida Regiment.
Love, A. D ........................ ..... April 5 '61 April 6, '62 1st Corporal; Re-enlisted, Co. B, 8th Regiment.
Love, Henry H.............................. April 5. '61 April 6, '62 Re-enlisted Co. B, 8th Regiment.
Love, J. J. R......................... ..... April 5 '61 April 6, '62 Re-enlisted Co. B, 8th Regiment; promoted Corp.
Love, T. R..... ....... .... April 5, '61 April 6, '62 Re-enlisted Co. B, 8th Regiment; promoted 1st
Lieutenant.
McCall, Chalmers............................ April 5, '61 April 6, '62 Re-enlisted Co. B, 8th Regiment.
McElroy, W. S................... ... April 5, '61 April 6, '62
Melver, A. N................................ April 5, '61 April 6, '62





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Roll Company G (Young Guards)-ist Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

M cGinn, lT hom as..............................................................................
McPherson, Colin............................. April 5, '61 April 6, '62 Re-enlisted Co. B, 8th Regiment; promoted Sergt.
McRae, Philip......................... ....... April 5, '61 April 6, '62
Malone, John W.............................. April 5, '61 April 6, '62 Re-enlisted Co. B, 8th Regiment; promoted Sergt.
Martin, A. J............................................................. ............ Deserted.
Mauper, D. R.................................. ..................................... Died December 23, '63, in Conechu county, Ala.
Mitchell, W. A............................ April 5, '61 April 6, '62 2nd Sergeant.
Moore, J. F. C ...........
Moore, R. C..................................... '62 May 1. '65
Monroe, B. H................................ April 5, '61 Apr 6, 62
Muse, C. M..................................... April 5. '61 April 6, '62
Nathans, A. M................................... April 5, '61 April 6, '62
Newton, B.................................... April 5, '61 April 6, '62
Owens, Edward................................ April 5, '61 April 6, '62
Peavy Allen....................................................... ........................ Died at Atlanta of pneumonia.
Pellam, W. J.......................................... Mortally wounded at Perryville October 8, '62.
Penton, John..................................... .. ....... Wounded at Chickamauga September 20, '63.
Pintham, John......... .............. Captured at Perryville October 8, '62.
Raibon, N ...................................... .................. .................. Died in service.
Randolph, R. H ............................... Apr I 5, '61 April 6, '62 Re-enlisted, Co. B, 8th Florida Regiment.
Rivenbark, George.......... ........... ........................................... Died on Santa Rosa Island June 1, '64, of fever.
Rivenbark, Robert N............... ........ ....... ..... Died in service and buried in Lexington Cemetery
Roberts J. A.............................. April 5, '61 April 6, '62 Re-enlisted, Co. B, 8th Regiment.
Roddenberry, William A..................... Died in Knoxville, Jan. 1, '63, of pneumonia.
Rollo, Lawrence ... ...................................................... Sergeant; captured and paroled at Glascow, Ky.
Russ, Jacob................................................... ......................... Deserted at Bruton July 31, '62.
Rushing, A................................................................................ ..... Died in service.
.Sera C P .......................................... ........................ ........................
Sera, C. AP......................
Shaw, D. A....................................... April 5, '61 April 6, '62 Re-enlisted, Co. B, 8th Regiment.
Shaw, R. G...................................... April 5, '61 April 6. '62
Simmons, H............................... ............................................ Corporal; deserted August 1, '62, at Milton, Fla
Sm ith A ............................................ .................... .....................
.Smith, Gabriel...... ....................... April 5 '61 April 6, '62
Smith, T. E............................. April 5, '61 April 6. '62
Smith. T. Y........................... ...... April 5, '61 April 6, '62
Smith, William............................. ................
Sowell, C. C................................................ ...............
Sow ell, C L ....................................... .................... ....................
Stathem, William A......... .......... ....... .........
Stego, R ..... ............................................................ .... ........ Corporal; died in service.
Stew art. R F .......................................................... ..................
Stockton, William T., Jr................ April 5 '61 April 6, '62
Subers, J. J............................ April 5, '61 April 6, '62
,Sylvester, James............................... April 5, '61 April 6, '62 Re-enlisted, Co. B. 8th Regiment.
Sweat, John W ... ................................................... ........................ Died in service.
Thomas, T. G.................................. April 5, '61 April 6, '62
Thompson, J. .................. ........ ....... ..... Sergeant; died in service.
Towers, Charles D..... .......... April '61 April 6, '62 Corporal; promoted Sergeant; re-enlisted Co. E
Tuten, Artemus.................... ...... April 5, '61 April 6, '62 2nd Cavalry, May, '62.
Wade, W. H..................................... Ap 5ril '61 ril '6
W aters, M oses.................................. .................... ..................
W est, B enjam in.................................................
West, J. C............ ....................... April 5, '61 April 6, '5
Westcott, L. R................................. April 5, '61April 6 '65 Re-enlisted Co. B, 8th Regiment; promoted 1st
Whittle, Ambros W................ April 5, '61 April '5 Sergeant.
Zeigler, G. B......................... April 5. '61 April 6 '6
Zeigler, N. H................................ April 5, '61 April 6, '5 Corporal.


Roll Company H (Gainesville Minute Men)-ist Florida Infantry.


MURTEn:ED MUHITERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
T. J. Myers............................. April '1 April 6, '62
C. Gonzalez.......................... ................. Promoted Captain.
I H M alone ................................ ................................................ Prom oted Captain; resigned, M arch 21, '63.
John D. Leigh.......................................................................... Promoted Cantain; wounded at Chickamaugal
ist Lieutenant- September 20, '62.
John D. Young............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
and Lieutenants-
Oliver P. Hull............................... April 5, '61. April 4, '62 Re-enlisted Co. C; promoted 1st Lieutenant, and
J. Austin McCreight..................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 killed at Shiloh.
A. C. Tippin.................................. May 13, 62 ........................ Wounded seven times in different places.
.3rd Lieutenant-
G R M ayo....... ........................................ ........................
ENLISTED MEN.
Alien. Franklin............................. April 5, '61 April 4. '62 Transferred to Co. K: died at Columbus. Ga,, '63.





















72 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company H (Gainesville Minute Men)-zst Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Archellers G. M............................................. ..................... Died, Jan. 1, '62, of wounds at Murfreesborough
Baggett, G. M...................................... ...... ....... Died, September, '62, at Chattanooga.
Baggett, William .... ...................................... Died, September 20, '63.
Bass, Jackson.............. ......... April 6, '61 April 4, '62
Baskin, Robert...........................April 5, '1 April 4, '2
Bishop, George W ......... ..... ....... y 8 ........................
Blake, Thomas H........ ..... May 8, 62 April 4, '2
Bond, J. E. F........ ................. Oct. '2 ...................... Wounded at New Hope Church, Ga., May 28, '64,
captured and paroled at close of war.
Bray, Jarrett............................... April '62 .................. Shot at Bentonville, N. C., March 19, '65.
Brock, Meredith E............... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Broome, Charles M........................ April 5, '01 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted and served to close of war.
Broome, George K...... .... April 5, '01 April 4, '02
Brewton, E. W............................................... Deerted.
Burman, J. A ................................... ............ ... ..................... Deserted.
Burnett. John G............................. April 5, '(i April 4, '62
Cain, Thomas Y............................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Caruth, W. L.. ..................................... April 5, '1 April 4, '62
Carmicheal, James A................ April 5, '61 April 4,. 62
Casselberry, S........ .... ....................
Cauthron, Lewis M......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Chamberlain, Garrett V.................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Clarke, H E............................ ............
Clark, John E.................. ........ April 5, '61 April 4 '62
Clark, Lewis.............................................................. ............. Died in service.
Clowney, Robert C.................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 2nd Corporal.
Coleman, William J................................................................. 1st Sergeant.
Crowder, John G............................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Culp, G. M. ................................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Daniel, James E.......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '02
Daniel, William S........................... April 5. '61 April 4, '02 Corporal.
Denton, John D............................ April 5, '01 April 4, '62
Denton, Robert J........... .... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Dickison, John................................. ............. .................... .. Honorable mention at Chickamauga.
Diching, Philip.............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
D ixon, E A ..................................................................................D deserted.
D ollahite, W H ............................... .. ....... ........
Downing. A. F.... ......Deserted.
Downing, Bryan...... ............................. ............Sergeant.
D ow ning, D eolyh te................................................ ........................
Downing, D olyhitua .............................................................................
Downing, W illiam............................ .......... ........ .
Egan, James M................................. April 5 '1 April 4, '62
Ellis, E. R ................................... ...................... ........................ Died at Ringgold, Ga., '62, of disease.
Ellis, P. G................. ...... ....................... Died January, '63, of pneumonia.
Emmons, E. ........... ........................................................................... Died in Hoganville, Ky., September 22, '62.
Faulk. J. A ....................................... ..... ........................ ................. Died in service.
Fewell, Samuel A............................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted, January 29, '62, Capt. Poole's Co.;
Finley, J. M ....................................... .............. served to close o war.
Fitzgerald, Robert........................... April 5 '1 April 4, '62
Gates, Louis................................... ..................... ........................... Died at Chattanooga November, '62, of disease.
G ay, L C ........................................... ....... ........... .......................
G odwin, E. C............................ ..... .......................
Godwin, Jonathan....... ............ ...................................
Godwin. L. J........................................................ .............. ........... Died at Ringgold, Ga., '62, of disease.
Godwin, Thomas ..... ............................... ......................
Godwin, W illiam .............................. .......... ........................
Goff. William E.......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Greeen, Charls H................. April 5, '1 April 4, '62
Haires, Shadrack W...................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Hammock, Jesse......................... ........................ ........................... Died at Lookout Mountain, August 3, '62, of fever
Hammock, Willie............... .............................. Killed at Perryville, Ky.
Hardee, James................................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Harris, George W................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Missing at battle of Perryville.
H art, Joel F. ...... .................................................. ........................ Died N ovem ber 26, '62.
Hathcox, John W........................ April 5, '61 April '62
Hicks, Abner M............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Hiahsmith. J. F. M.......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
H ilburn, Ben.............. ................................................................. Prisoner of war.
Holland, Ray.... ................................................... ..... Died at Chattanooga February, '63, of pneumonia.
Howard, C. A.................................... ........ .... Corporal; died in service.
Hull, Henry R..................................April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Jackson, Robert......................... ril 5 '61 April 4, '62
ames, Lloyd.................................. April '61 April 4 '62
Jern gan, Jesse.............................. Died at Chattanooga Sept. 30, '62, of disease.
Jernigan, ...................................................
Jernigan, S. H............... .................. ........................ ....................... Corporal; died at Chattanooga September 25, '62.
Johnston, James J......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '61 of disease.
Johnston, M............. ................................................. ........................ Prisoner of war.
Johnson, Noel..................... ....... ............. ...............
Jones, Jerome NH........................... April '61 April 4, 6
Jones, Seaborn................................. ........................ ........................ D eserted.
Jones, W 11 am H ....................................................... ........ ............ .
Kent, W A................................................................................. Prisoner of war.
King, J. W. T......... ........................................................ ... Corporal; prisoner of war.








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SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 73


Roll Company H (Gainesville Minute Men)--st Florida Infantry.

(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.


King, Thomas H............................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Kittrell Isham W..................... April '61 April 4, '62
Lamb, J. D.......... ........... April 5, '61 Apr 4, '62
Lamb, Marshall.......................... April 5, '62 Aprl 4, '62
Lane, Lev n A................................... April 5, '61 April 4 '62
Lang, David..................................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 2nd Sergeant; re-enlisted as Capt., Co. C. 8th
Regiment; promoted to Major; Lieutenant-Col-
L Eonel; Colonel; commanded Brigade '63-4-5.
L aritern, E J.......... .......................................................................
Lassiter, Craven..................... Apr I '61 Apr 1 4, '62
Lassiter, Craven...................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted Co. C, 8th Infantry.
Leigh, James.............................. May '62..................Corporal; deserted.
Lewis, David H............................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Lewis, Thomas B......... ..... April 61 April 4 '62
Lew s, W bar G ......... ..... Apr 1 5, '61 Apr 1 4, '62
Lovelace, W B........................................................
Lynch, J. Q. A. ................................................. Prisoner of war.
M cCaulker, J. A ..................................... ..... ...................
McCall, Willie L............................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
McDonnell, Augustus 0.............. April 5 '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted, April, '62, Co.K; wounded at Perry-
MacDonnell, William M............... April 5, '61 April 4 '62 ville, October 8, '62; promoted April, '62, to 2nd
McFarland, D. B........................ April 5 '61 April 4, '62 Lieutenant; 1st Lieutenant '62, and promoted
Mantle, John...................................... ........................ .........Captain Co. K.
Massey, Thomas D.......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Mayo, G. R........ ..................
M ayo, M B ...................................................... ....................
M ayo, W arren................................. ........................................... Sergeant.
Mays J. ................................................... Killed at Chattanooga September 20, '63
M iller, John....................................... ........................ ................ .......
Morgan, James P....................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Corporal.
Morris, J. A......................... ..................................................... Died in service.
Nappier, H. A ............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Nipper, Andrew F............. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Promoted Sergeant; re-enlisted Co. K, 1st Infantry
N obles, Jam es...... ............................................ ........................
Oats, Young P........................ April 5. '1 April 4, 62
Owens, James ........... ....... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Pardue, James L ............................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Parker. A. J................................April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Parker, S. R..................................... ............ ........ .............. Died in service.
Peavy, M V........................................ ............................
Pooser, F. D............................... April 6, '61 April 4, '62
Powell, James................................ ........................ ....................... Killed at Perryville, Ky., October 8, '63.
Purvis, Thomas............. .....................................
Richardson, John G......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Richwood, G. 0..................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Roach, Nicholas................... ........................ Deserted August 11, at Montgomery. Ala.
Rosseau, R. R................................... April 6, '61 April 4, '62
Russell, Isaac................................... ........................ ................... Died in service.
Smith, John C............................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Smith. L. B....................................... ........................ ........................ Served to the close of the war.
Sm ith, Robert................................... ................... .............
Snell, C. HI....................................... .... Prisoner of war.
Sparkman, John L.......... ........... April '61 April 4, '62
Stanton, J. A..... ............................................ Prisoner of war.
Stewart. DeWitt L........................ April 5, '61 Apr; 4, '62
Swanson, F. M........................... Apr I 5, '61 April 4, '62
Tahlon, Henry ............ ........... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Tedder, B. A..... ........................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Thomas, John................................... .......................................... Killed at Perryville, Ky., October 8 '63.
Thompson, William......................... ....... ...... Died at Tallahassee, January '63, of pneumonia.
T ppin, D. J.............. ................................................
Tippin. G. W ..........................................................................
Tippin, J. E ....................... ... ... ......... Corporal; died at Bardstown, Tenn., September
Tippin, R. H. M ....................................................... ............. 26 of fever.
Todd, J. J ............... .............. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Tooten, Robert ..... .... ..... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Turner, Thomas O....... ...... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Vaughn, John J................................. ....... April 4, '62 3rd Sergeant; promoted 1st Sergeant; re-enlisted
in Williams' Co.
Vincent, Willis H...........................Apr 5, '61 ...... .............. Killed at Shiloh, April 6, '62.
Walker, J. A....................... ...................................... Killed at Perryville October 8, '63.
Weaver, Andrew J........................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Weaver. L. C............................................................. ........... .. Died at Chattanooga, September, '62, of fever.
Weeks, S. S....................................... April 5, '61 April 4, 62
White, J. D..........................
White, W. H.............. ......... .. ..... Died, Conechu, January, '63, of smallpox.
W ilson, Henry .......................................... ........................
Wilson, Joel..... ......................... April 5, '61 April 4. '62
Woodrae, James......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Wright, H. T..................................... .... ........................Promoted Lieutenant Co. D, 1st Florida Infantry.
Yarborough, Millet ....................... April 5,'61 April 4, '





















74 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company I-ist Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN, OUT. REMARKS.


OFFICERS.
Captains-
JPatton Anderson ................. April 5, '61 ........... ........ Promoted Col.; Brig.-Gen.; Maj.-Gen.
Thompson B. Lamar............. April 5, '61 .................... Promoted Colonel; killed, Petersburg, Va., '64.
W. Capers Bird......... ........... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 1st Lieutenant, promoted Captain of Co. C, Fla.
and C. G. R. Battalion on reorganization;-
wounded, Shiloh, April 6, '62.
D. B. Coleman............................ ch. 25, '6 ..................... Promoted Captain; died, Bluff Springs Jan. 15, '62
Andrew Denham...... .................................. ........ Promoted Captain, Co. D, Fla. and C. G. R. Bat.
Isaiah Cobb........ ............................ ...................... ....................... Prom oted Captain.
ist Lieutenants-
Richard Turnbull......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 2nd Lieutenant; promoted 1st Lieutenant; resign-
ed September, '61, on account of ill health.
C. Satter............................. .... .......................................... Promoted 1t Lieutenant; resigned March 25, '62.
2ad Lieutenants-
William Scott............................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
W. L. Dennis............................... April 5, '01 April 4, '62 3rd Sergeant; promoted 2nd Lieutenant
Thom as M organ........................... .......... ........................
3rd Lieutenants-
W. W. Blackburn......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted; promoted Sergeant; 3rd Lieutenant
May 27, '62.
Charles H. Ellis..... ........................................ ........ Promoted 3rd Lieutenant Dec., '62; 1st Lieut.,'63
W. F. Brown.............................................................................. Killed, Perryville, October 8, '62.
ENLISTED MEN.
Allen, Moses.................................. ............................................. Died at Catusus Spr ngs, '63.
Baggett, E. E.................................................................... Honorable mention at Chickamauga.
Barrow, John G............................... .............................. ........... Died, Perryville, October 17, '62, from wounds.
Bassemore, William....................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
B axter, John J...................................................... ................
Bellamy, William D....................... May '61 April4, '62 Re-enlisted, '62; wounded at Olustee, Feb 10, '64.
Bender, John.................... ......... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Bonington, Wash.................................. ............................... Died, Chattanooga, March 20, '63, of wounds.
Braddy, Charles B ........................... .............. ........................
Brickle, Morgan F...................................................................... Died in service May 20, '62.
Brown, V. S........................... .................. ........................... Corporal.
Brown, D. A................................ April 5, '61April 4, '62
Buelow, D. B.................................... .................. ..... ................. Died of wounds, Oct. 13, '62, at Chattanooga.
Carter, J. D....................................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Cannon, H. C................................ April 5. '61 April 4, '62
Carr, W ................ ............................................. ................... Died May 3, '62, at Montgomery.
Clark, Abner............. ..................................... Died in service, January 2, '62.
Clayton, A. B............................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted, Gamble's artillery; transferred to Co.
Clayton, C. S................................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 E, Dyke's Battery.
Clem, T. Vann........................... Apr 5, '61 April 4 '62 Corporal.
Coaker, Silas............ ..... April 5 '61 April 4, '62
Cooper, J. B..... .................... April 5. '61 April 4, '62
Cooper, W. H............................. April 5, 61 April 4 '62
Copeland, J. E................................. April 5 '61 April 4, '62
Coburn, J. L............................... ............................. ................ Died at Chicago, Ill., Feb. 13, '63, of wounds.
Cuthbert, Thomas S......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Daggin, Wilson.............................. April 5 '61 April 4 62
Davis, G. W....................................................... June 12, 65 From prison at Camp Chase.
DeLaughter J........................... April 5, '61 June 12, '65
Devine, John T........................... April 5, '61 April 26, '65
Diamond, James............................... ........................................... Died at Tullahoma April 10, 63.
Ellenwood, A. A.............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Ellenwood, C.......................... April 5, 61 ....... .... Corporal.
Elli, David.................................................. .... Died at Chattanooga April 25, '63.
Faulk, Wiliam........................................ ............................. Died at Knoxville February 4, '63.
Fennell, Alexander........................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Flowers Jesse............................. April '61 April 4, '62
Fuller, J. P................. ....... ...... Died at Chattanooga October 20, '62.
Gill, John J...................... .... April '61 Aprl 4, '62
Oillett, Thomas M ....................... Aril6 '61 April 4, '62
Graham, Daniel........................... April 5, '61 April 4 '62
Graham, T. J.................................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
H all, J. G ................................................................... ................... Died at Jackson, M iss., July 21, '62.
Hall, W. H....................................... ........................................... Died at Chattanooga, October 20, '63.
Hale, D. Pinkney......................... ............. ............. Died in service May 20, '62.
Hammock, George W.................................... ....................... Died at Chattanooga August 29, '62.
H art, John ......................................... ........................ ........................
Hill, J. G....................................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Holder, D. P............................... ...................................... Died August 8, '62, at Chattanooga.
Holly, James..................... ....... April 5, '61 April 4, 62
Horten, B................................ April 5, 61 April 4, 62
Houck, James...... ...... .. April 5, 61 April 4, '62
Jacobs, William.......................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Jenkins, Thomas ............................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Jernigan, A. W................................. .................................... Sergeant; killed September 20, '62.
Jernigan, George ... .............. ..................Died at Chattanooga October 20, '62.
Jones, A. J................. .................. ....
Kittrell, S.......................... ..... April 5 '61 April 4, 62
Hyle, C. H................................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62



















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 75


Roll Company I-rst Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. .REMARKS.

Kyle, J. M....................................... .............. May 13, '62 For disability; wounded three times.
Levines, R................................................... ........................ Sergeant; died at Ringgold, Ga., November 21, '62
Lord, William R...................... April 5, 61 Apri 4, '62
Lynn, Charles............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
McDuffie, D........ ......... April 5 '61 April 4, '62
McClelland, C. E....... .. ..... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
McRae, Dan.... .......... ....................Sergeant; wounded at Chickamauga Sept. 20, '63.
Martin, J. A....... .... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Martin, J. T....................................... .................. Died, February 21, '62.
Martin, J. Y........................................................................... Died at Ringgold. Ga., May 15, '63.
Mason, B. F.................... .......... .............. .......... Corporal; wounded at Chickamauga Sept. 20, '63.
May A. N.............. ............ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Mitchell, W. ............ .... .................. ............ ..... Died at Pollard, Ala., April 5, '63.
M ixon, B. ...................................... ................. ....................... Corporal; promoted 2nd Sergeant.
Moore, W. J................................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Morr a, John....................... Apr I 5, April 4 '62
teely. James................................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
N 'ly, Sam................................. Apr 5, '61 April 4, '62
a rson, B. T............................ ............................................... Died at Laurel Hill Springs February 10, '62.
Patrson, 8. F ....................... .......................... ....................... Died in Tennessee January 29, '63.
iceran, Evans................................................................... Died May 20, '62, in service.
Porter, B. J................................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Porter, Columbus.................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Pringle, F. D ............................................................. ........................
Pringle. Thomas D .......... ........... ........... ... Died at Bluff Springs May 1, '62.
Prosser, Samuel................................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Rogers, George F............................. Ari 5, '61 April 4, '62
Russell. William B.......................... April 5 '61 April 4.62
Sharp, Robert.............................. April 5, '61 April 4 '62
Sheppard, M. T................................. April 5. '61 April 4, '62
Sheppard, 1. R ........................................................ April 26, '65
Shilling John................................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Simmons, W. A. W..... ...... April 5, '61 April 4. '62 Re-enlisted and served to close of war.
Smith, Jacob C.............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted; died May 15, '62.
Soueter, George.................. ......................................
Staley, J. B ............April............... 5......... A61 April 4, '62
Standley, H........... ...... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Stephens, Ben H ............................. ...... .... April 26, '65
Stewart, John............................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Surs, Robert..................................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Summerlin J. C............ ....... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Thanks, J. L ........ .. ....................... ................... Killed at Missionary Ridge November 25. '63.
Thompson, H.................................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Tucker, W. W...................... April '61 ril 4, '62 2nd Sergeant; 1st Lieutenant January 23, '62; 1st
Turnbul, Theo........................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Florida Battalion.
Turner, J. D................ April 6, '1 April 4, 62 4th Sergeant; promoted 1st Lieutenant and Capt-
ain of Co. C, 1st Florida Regiment.
Turner M............................... Apr I 5, '61 April 4, '62 1st Corporal; promoted 1st Sergeant.
Turner, N. E........................... Ap'il 5, '61 April 4 '62 Promoted Cororal; 4th Sergeant.
Walker, Jesse...... ..... ..... April '61 Apri, 4, '62 Killed at Murfreesborough March 25, '6 .
Walker, Joel E.............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
W alker, L. B ... ..... ..... .................................................
Walker, M. W ................................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Walker, W. J............................. April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Warren H. F............................ April 5, '61 April 4 '62
Washington, J. M...................... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
White, George............................... April 5, '61 April 4. '62
Whittey, E........................................................... April 29, '62 Corporal; discharged for disability.
Whitehurst, Hillary W............ Mch. 1, '61 April 26, '65
Whitehurst, Perry..................
Williams, 1) ..... ........ ..... April 5, 1 April 4, 62
Williams, John K........ ..... April 5, '61 April 4, '62
Wynn, W. W............................ .... April 5, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted and served to close of war.

Roll Company K (Pensacola Guards)-ist Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
A. H. Bright........................... June 11, '61 ........ ......... Re-enlisted April 1, '62'
Augustus O. MacDonell..................................................... ... Elected 2nd Lt. Co. K, 1862; promoted 1st Lt.;
promoted Captain, 1863; severely wounded at
Perryville. .
Daniel Williams....................................... ........................ 3rd Lieutenant: promoted Captain; resigned Jan-
tst Lieutenant- uary 2, '64.
William McR. Jordan.................. June 11, '61 April 4, '62
2nd Lieutenants-
Robert Abercrombie................ April 5, '61 April 4, '62
J. J. Vaughen...... ...... ................... .....



















76 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company K (Pensacola Guards)-ist Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

3rd Lieutenant-
Benj. F. Overman....................... April 5, '01 ........................ Private; promoted 3rd Lieutenant,
ENLISTED MEN.
Allen, Loning G.....................................
Anderson, John........................................ Killed at Perryville October 8, '62.
Andrew, William............................. June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Amos, E. W................................ June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Anthony, H..... ......................... ............................... Died May 20 '62.
Armstrong, A.......................... .... ........................ ........................ Died in hospital May, '62.
A ustin, C. B ...................................... ....................... ........................ Sergeant.
Bachelor J J. .......................June 11, '61 April 4, '02 Re-enlisted from Co. D; killed at Shiloh April 6,
Bell, William T..... .......................... June 11, '61 April 4, '62 '62.
Bhutrun, William............... ..... June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Binnicker, James L........ ..... April 2, '62 ril 26, '65 Wounded at Missionary Ridge November 15, '63.
Blaylock, Albert B........................... June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Brent, Daniel G............................... June 11, '61 April 4, 62 Corporal; promoted Sergeant; transferred to Ord-
nance Office at Pollard, Ala.
Bonifay, Eugene C.......................... June 11, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted and served to close of war.
Bonifay, Francis C.......................... June 11, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted and served to close of war.
Bonifay, Henry........................ June 11, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted; killed at Shiloh April 6, '62.
Bridges, James....... ........................... ...... April 4, '62 Re-enlisted; died of pneumonia at Tullahoma in
hos ital.
Brown, H. S...................................... .............................Died ay 15, '62, of pneumonia at Holly Springs,
Miss.
Buekner, William................. .................................... DDied at Shiloh April 7, '62.
Caro, James W................................ June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Chamberlain, G. V........... ................... Corporal; promoted Sergeant; killed at Murfrees
Christian August........................... June 11, '61 April 4, '62 borough January 21, '62.
Clark, John.................... .................. ....... ........... Corporal.
Collier, William Holme..... ................. ... ........... Promoted 1st Lieutenant Fla. and C. G. R. Bat-
Commyns, Joseph........ ....... June 11, '61 April 4, '62 talion; killed at Murfreesborough.
Commyns, Thomas............. .... June 11, '61 April 4 '62
Coson, J..........................................
Cradock, J. Hindon....................... June 11, '1 June 17, 62
Crawford, James.............. June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Crosby, Richard...................... June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Dallas, T. B.............................. June 11. '61 Aril 4, '62 Corporal.
Davis, George W........................... June 11 '61 April 4. '62
Davis, Oliver...... .......... ... June 11, '61 April 4, 62 Died at Corinth, May ,'62, of disease.
Defu, Andrew J...... ........June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Duffu J................................ ... ................ Corporal.
Dukes, David H...............................June 11, '61April 4, 62
Duncan, W. D.................................................................. Died at Tullahoma April 6 '62.
Gatlin S..... ............... ............. ........... Died at Tullahoma, Tenn., m hospital.
Gonzales, Jasper G...........................June 11, '61 April 4 '62
Gonzales Manuel F......................... June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Gunter, Decater............................. June 11, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted.
Goodwyn. Iveron.................... June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Hale, J. L..................................... June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Hall, Albert.......................... ....................... ........... Killed at Shiloh April 6, '62.
Hall ....... .... .................. ................................ .. Died at Pensacola August, '63.
Hawks, W......................................... ....................... ......................... Died June 22, '62, in hospital.
Hart, James ............... ........ ................. ... Headshot off April 6, '62, at Shiloh.
Hardee, Robert J.......................June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Hatch, Henry................................... June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Hernandez, M..................... .... ................
Hernandez, Randolph................... June 11, '61April 4, '62 Sergeant.
Hernandea, Robert........... ........................ .... sergeant; died at Cassels, Ga., December, '61.
Hinton, Josh......... ...... .............. ........... Died at Shiloh April 6, '62.
Horten, Neil H................................. June 11, '61April 4, '62
Hunter, Edward.............................. June 11, '61 April 4 '62
Hyer, Albert............................. ...... June 11, '61 April 4, '62 Severely wounded at Shiloh; promoted Lieutenant
Hyer. Louis.......................... ....... June 11 '61 April 4, '62 andand transferred to staff of General Stanton.
Jackson, Boiling H.......................... June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Johnson, Daniel........ ......... .. ........ Died at Corinth.
Jordan, George.............................. June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Kelly, Barnard.............................. June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Kelly, Pat................................... June 11, 61 April 26, '65
Kilpatrick, William .................... ......... ....................... Died at Madison. Fla., Sept., '63, of pneumonia.
King, W. J................................................................. .................. Died at Harrodsberg December 11, '62, from
irkland William B................. June 11, '61 April 4, '62 wounds received at Perryville.
Kirwin, John W.......................... June 11, 61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted; died at Chattanooga March, '63.
Laird, Louis. .......................... ...................... ........................ Killed at Murfreesborough January 28, '62.
L aird, W ........................................................... ........................
Lent, Charles... .................... .......................... ....................... Died at Laurel Hill, Miss., of disease.
Lem inox, F. .............. ................................ ........................
Lindsey, H........................................................................................ Killed at Shiloh April 6, '62.
Cardle, Isaa................................ ...... ........................Killed atShilohApri 6,'62mentioned for gallantry.
McCarty Charles................................................................. Killed at Missionary Ridge Novemper 25, '62,
McCoy, Robert................................ ............. .... ...... .... .
McDonald, William M.............................. ............. Sergeant.
Mier William................................... June 11, 61 April 4, '62
Mitchell, George N. J..................... June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Mobley, J. A...... ............................................................. Died in hospital with disease June 21'62.




























SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 77


Roll Company K (Pensacola Guards)-ist Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED,)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN OUT. REMARKS.


Morris. Warren............................... June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Nall, J. A.................................... June 11, '61 April 4. '2 Re-enlisted in 2nd Reg. and served to close of
Neely, James...... ...................................... war; woundedat Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Newton, Charles A........................... June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Nicholson, J. W ............................... ........................ ...................Killed at Franklin June 4, '63.
Nipper, A, F.................................... ..........Corporal.; died October 20, '63.
Norris, John M....................... ....................... Died, June 5, '62, in hospital.
Norris, William J........................... June 11, '61April 4, 62
O'Neil, Peter............................... June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Reese, George.............................. June 11, '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted. July, in Co. A, 44th Alabama Infan-
try at Selma under Colonel Kent, and was elect-
ed Lieutenant.
Rodgers, J. D.......................................... .... ..... Corporal; promoted Sergeant.
Rodgers, William L................... June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Roberts, James B........................... June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Roberts, J. D ................. ... April 26, '65
Rungan, William Bell.................. June 11, '1 April 4, '62 Promoted to 3rd Lieutenant, Co. A, Fla. and C
G. R. Battalion.
Sanchus, G ............................................................Corporal.
Seely, John W................................. June 11, 61 April 4, '62
Serra, Charles P............................... June 11, '61 April 4, 62
Smith, John A...... ................. June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Sm ith, C. P ...................................................... .................... Corporal; prom oted Sergeant.
Sparrow, Patrick S........................ June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Stevens, Burrell..................... June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Stewart, Claurence II..................... June 11, '61 ...................... Died in Macon, Ga., January 11, '64.
Stockwell, Samuel.......................... June 11, '61 April 4, '62 Died August, '62, from wounds at Enterprise, Miss.
Thompson, B. W........................... June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Touart, Frank....................... ...... ... April 26, '5 Wounded at Perryville, Ky.. Oct. 8, '62; Corporal.
Touart, Francis................................. June 11 '61 April 4, '62 Re-enlisted and served to close of war; Corporal.
Turner, Thomas;............... ........... June 11, '61 May '62
Umphress, J. B.............................. June 11, '61 April 26, '65
Walker. James.............................. June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Ward, Micheal............................ June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Ware, James H............................... June 11, '61 April 4, '62 Promoted Corporal.
Watson, William F........................ June 11, '61 April 4, '62
White, William 0............. .......... June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Welch, Isaac............................ ....................... April 20, '65
W illiam s, R. G ............................................................................ .... Sergeant; died M ay 17. '62.
Woodburn, John A.............................................. April 26, '65 Wounded at Jonesboro, Ga., August 31, '63; pro-
moted Lieutenant in B and K consolidated.
Woolf Thomas D......................June 11, '61 April 4, '62 1st Sergeant.
Worrel, R. P................. ....... ... June 11, '62
Wynn, Charles E............................ June 11, '61 April 4, '62
Ynisstra, Gregory......................... June 11, '61 April 4, '62 2nd Sergeant; promoted to Captain; Inspector
General on Bragg's Staff.










THIRD FLORIDA INFANTRY


The Third Florida Regiment was organized in July 1861 and mustered into
Confederate service on August 10, 1861 on Amelia Island. This regiment was
composed of the following companies: Jacksonville Light Infantry, Duval County
(Co A); St. Augustine Blues, St. Johns County (Co B); Hernando Guards (Wildcats),
Hernando County (Co C); Wakulla Guards, Wakulla County (Co D); Jefferson Beau-
regards, Jefferson County (Co E); Cow Boys, Duval County (Co F); Madison Grey
Eagles, Madison County (Co G); Jefferson ifles, Jefferson County (Co H); Dixie
Stars, Columbia County (Co I); Columbia and Suwannee Guards (Co K); An election
of officers was held July 25, 1861 and William S. Dilworth was elected Colonel;
Artuhr J. T. Wright, Lt-Colonel and Lucius A. Church, Major.

The Blues and the Jefferson Beauregards were stationed at St. Augustine;
the Jacksonville Light Infantry and the Cow Boys at the Bluff near the mouth of
the St. Johns River; the other six companies were stationed at Fort Clinch on
Amelia Island near Fernandina. The regiment saw little active service during
the first year, but did a great deal of work throwing up sand batteries on
Amelia and Tolbert Islands and in the eastern part of the State.

In May 1862 the entire regiment was brought together, for the first time,
in camp at Midway, Gadsden County, preparatory to taking up its march for the
Western Army, then in Northern Mississippi. Many of the companies had already
reenlisted for the war and under the laws enacted for the reorganization of the
Confederate Army, the term of all was extended and it was deemed best to reelect
officers to serve permanently with the company. The regiment remained in camp
about three weeks.

Shortly after the middle of May, 1862 the regiment broke camp, marched to
the Chattahoochee River and went by steamers to Columbus, then by rail to Mont-
gomery; after a short detention there, was sent to Mobile where the orders to
proceed to Bragg's Army in Mississippi were countermanded and the regiment was
put on duty to guard and patrol the city. They remained there several months.

Early in August 1862, the regiment was ordered to Chattanooga and went
into camp at the foot of Lookout Mountain, near the Tennessee River. After
remaining there for a short time, the Third crossed the Tennessee and was
assigned to the brigade of General John C. Brown of Tennessee, General Patton
Anderson's Division. The regiments composing Brown's Brigade were the First
Florida, Third Florida and Forty-first Mississippi.

The Army of Tennessee encamped for a few days in Sequatchee Valley; then
took up its line of march across the Cumberland Mountains into middle Tennessee
and northward toward the Kentucky line, crossing the Cumberland River above
Nashville and entered Kentucky in Monroe County. It proceeded directly to
Green River, near which a brigade of 4,000 Federal troops were captured. After
a few days delay, the Army of Tennessee on September 20th moved toward Louis-
ville, Kentucky and for two weeks were camped at different points; part of
the time a few miles from Bardstown. The movements of the Federal forces caused






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General Bragg to shift his position and on October 8th the two armies con-
fronted each other at Perryville, where the Third lost heavily.

From Perryville, the army fell back until it again reached Chattanooga
in December, where the decimated ranks of the First and Third Regiments were
consolidated, the Third forming the right wing of the consolidated regiment
and this it continued through all its subsequent history. The consolidated
Regiment shared in all the subsequent movements of Bragg's Army back to the
east and forward to middle Tennessee, where, as a part of Breckinridge's
Division, it took part in the battle of Murfreesborough. Out of 531 men,
138 were killed, wounded and missing. Early in the summer of 1863 the regi-
ment, under Breckinridge, was ordered to Mississippi and was on the Big Black
when Vicksburg was surrendered; afterward it was engaged in the siege at
Jackson, Mississippi. After the close of the Mississippi campaign, the con-
solidated regiment returned to northern Georgia in time to take part in the
battle of Chickamauga and Missionary Ridge. The regiment was in all the
subsequent movements with the Army in northern Georgia, which opened early
in the spring of 1864 and extended from Chattanooga to Atlanta, thence on to
middle Tennessee under Hood, and finally back to Alabama, Georgia, South
Carolina and North Carolina to Durham Station, near Greensboro, North Caro-
lina, Aptil 26, 1865.





















THIRD FLORIDA INFANTRY.

The 3rd Florida Regiment was organized in July, 1861, and mustered
into the Confederate service August Io, 1861, on Amelia Island and was com-
posed of the following companies: Jacksonville Light Infantry, Duval county
(Co. A), Capt. Holmes Steele; St. Augustine Blues, St. Johns county (Co. B),
Capt. John Lott Philips; Hernando Guards (Wild Cats), Hernando county
(Co. C), Capt. Walter Terry Saxon; Wakulla Guards, Wakulla county (Co.
D), Capt. Daniel L. Frierson; Jefferson Beauregards, Jefferson county (Co.
E), Capt. Daniel E. Bird; Cow Boys, Duval county (Co. F), Capt. Lucius A.
Hardee; Madison Grey Eagles, Madison county (Co. G), Capt. Thomas Lang-
ford; Jefferson Rifles, Jefferson county (Co. H) Capt. William O. Girardeau;
Dixie Stars, Columbia county (Co. I), Capt. Jesse B. Wood; Columbia and













1oo SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.

Suwannee Guards (Co. K), Capt. William Parker. An election of officers was
held July 25, 1861. William S. Dilworth was elected Colonel; Arthur J. T.
Wright, Lieutenant-Colonel; Lucius A. Church, Major. They were all mem-
bers of the Regiment. Colonel Dilworth had enlisted as a private in the
Jefferson Beauregards. Lieutenant-Colonel Wright was in command of the
Columbia and Suwannee Guards, and Major Church was Lieutenant of the
Madison Grey Eagles.
The Regimental Staff was as follows: Capt. Henry R. Teasdale as Quar-
termaster; he was afterward promoted Major and made District Quarter-
master for Florida with his station at Lake City; Capt. E. Yulee, Commissary;
Hill, Surgeon; Dr. D. Carn, Assistant Surgeon; Lieut. J. O. A. Gerry, Adju-
tant; David Lewis, Sergeant Major; W. T. Moseley, Jr., Quartermaster
Sergeant; P. E. Lowe, Commissary Sergeant.
The Blues, Captain Philips, and the Jefferson Beauregards, Captain Bird,
were stationed at St. Augustine; the Jacksonville Light Infantry, Cdptain
Steele, and the Cow Boys, Captain Hardee, were stationed at the Bluff, near
the mouth of the St. Johns; the other six companies of the Regiment were
stationed at Fort Clinch, on Amelia Island near Fernandina. The Regiment
saw but little active service during the first year of its organization, but did a
great deal of hard work throwing up sand batteries on Amelia and Tolbert
Islands and the defences in the eastern part of the State.
Companies E and H, under Captain Bird, were sent during the winter to
New Smyrna to protect Government stores brought in from Nassau. In
March, 1862, a detachment under Capt. Mathew H. Strain, who had succeeded
Girardeau, engaged a number of launches from the Federal blockading ves-
sels, which were attempting to land and destroy the stores; nearly all the
occupants of the launches were killed, wounded or captured.
Early in 1862 the Confederate Government determined to shorter its
lines of defense and abandon its works at the mouth of the St. Johns River
and Amelia Island, and these last were occupied by the Federals about March
12.
On the night of March 24th Lieut. Thomas E. Strange of Co. K, and
Lieut. Charles H. Ross and Frank Ross of Co. I, 3rd Florida, with ten volun-
teers, attacked the Federal picket at the "Brick Church," which stood where
LaVilla Junction now stands, killing 4 and capturing 3 of the Federals;, in
this skirmish Lieutenant Strange was mortally wounded. After the evacua-
tion of Fernandina and St. Johns Bluff, the companies not engaged in the
Smyrna expedition were stationed at Cedar Keys.
In May the entire Regiment for the first time was brought together in
camp at Midway, Gadsden county, preparatory to taking up its march for the
Western Army, then in northern .Mississippi. Many of the companies had
already re-enlisted for the war and under the laws enacted for the reorganiza-
tion of the Confederate army the term of all was extended and it was deemed
best to have a re-election of officers to serve permanently with the company.
The election resulted in the choice of the following Field Officers, Staff
appointments and Captains: Colonel, W. S. Dilworth; Lieutenant-Colonel,
Lucius A. Church: Major, Edward Mashburn; Quartermaster, Captain Hick-













SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. Io0

man; Commissary, Capt. D. Lewis; Surgeon, Doctor Cam; Assistant Sur-
geon, Dr. M. C. W. Jordan; Adjutant, H. Steele; Sergeant Major, C. H. Steb-
bins; Commissary Sergeant, P. E. Lowe; Ordnance Sergeant, Theodore,
Bridier; Quartermaster Sergeant, William P. Moseley; Hospital Steward,
B. Frank Moseley. Co. A, Captain, John B. Oliveres; Co. B, John Lotts
Philips; Co. C, Walter Terry Saxon; Co. D, Daniel L. Freirson; Co. E, Daniel
B. Bird; Co. F, Albert Drisdale; Co. G, Thomas L. Langford; Co. H, Mathew
H. Strain; Co. I, Charles H. Ross; Co. K, William G. Parker.
The Regiment remained in camp about three weeks. During this time
a beautiful silk banner with the motto "We Yield but in Death," was pre-
sented to the Regiment by one of the ladies of Jefferson county.
Shortly after the middle of the month of May the Regiment broke camp,
marched to the Chattahoochee River and went by steamers to Columbus,
then by rail to Montgomery; and after a short detention there was sent to
Mobile, where the orders to proceed to Bragg's army in Mississippi were coun-
termanded and the Regiment put on duty to guard and patrol the city, where
they remained for several months.
Early in August of 1862 the Regiment was ordered to Chattanooga and
went into camp at the foot of Lookout Mountain, near the Tennesse: River.
After remaining there for a short time the 3rd crossed the Tennessee and was
assigned to the brigade of Gen. John C. Brown of Tennessee, Gen. Patton
Anderson's division. The regiments composing Brown's Brigade were the 1st
and 3rd Florida and 41st Mississippi.
The Army of Tennessee encamped for a few days in the beautiful Sequat-
chee Valley; then it took up its line of march across the Cumberland Moun-
tains into middle Tennessee and northward toward the Kentucky line, cross-
ing the Cumberland River above Nashville and entered Kentucky in Monroe
county. Then proceeded directly to Green River, near which a brigade of
4,000 Federal troops were captured. After a few days' delay, anticipating
the approach of Buell's Army, the Army of Tennessee on September 20th
moved toward Louisville, Kentucky, and for two weeks were camped at
different points; part of the time a few miles from Bardstown. The move-
ments of the Federal forces caused General Bragg to shift his position and on
October 8th the two armies confronted each other at Perryville, where the
3rd lost heavily. Capt. D. B. Bird, who commanded the Regiment during
most of the time after it left Chattanooga, fell mortally wounded, late on the
afternoon of the 8th.
From Perryville the army fell back until it again reached Chattanooga
in December, where the decimated ranks of the Ist and 3rd Regiments were
consolidated, the 3rd forming the right wing of the consolidated regiment,
and this it continued through all its subsequent history. The consolidated
Regiment shared in all the subsequent movements of Bragg's Army back to
east and forward to middle Tennessee, where, as a part of Breckinridge's
Division it took part in the battle of Murfreesborough, where, out of its 531
men it lost 138 killed, wounded and missing, and the other engagements of
that campaign. Early in the summer of 1863 the Regiment, under Brecken-
ridge, was ordered to Mississippi and was on the Big Black when Vicksburg



















102 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


was surrendered; afterward was engaged in the siege at Jackson, Miss. After
the close of the Mississippi campaign the consolidated regiment returned to
Northern Georgia in time to take part in the battle of Chickamauga and
Missionary Ridge. The Regiment was in all the subsequent movements with
the Army in Northern Georgia, which opened early in the spring of 1864 and
extended from Chattanooga to Atlanta, thence onward to Middle Tennessee
under Hood, and finally back through Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina and
.North Carolina to Durham Station, near Greensboro, N. C., April 26, 1865.


Roll, Field and Staff-3rd Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Colonel-.
William Scott Dilworth.............. July 23, '01 April 26, '65
Lieutenant-Colonels-
Arthur J. T. Wright........................ July 23, '61 ....................... Retired at reorganization May 10, 62.
Lucius A. Church......................... July 23, '01 ....................... rooted fro Major at reorganization; resigned
'63.
E. Mashburn........................... July 23, '61 April 26, '65 Promoted from Major on resignation of Church.
Majors-
E. Mashburn............................... July 23, '61..................... Promoted Lieutenant-Colonel.
John Lott Philips................ July 23, '61 ..... ........... Promoted Major; resigned March 30. '63.
George A. Ball..... .... ........... July 23 '61...................
Surgeons-
H ill................................................. July 23, '61 ........................
D Carn.......................................... July 23, '01 ........................
E G Clay..j ................................... July 23, '61 ........................
Charles Hardee.......................... July 23, '61 April 26, '65
Assistant Surgeons-
M. G. W. Jordan......................... July 23, '61 April 26, '65
Adjutants-
Lieut. J. O. A. Gerry........... July 23, '61 ...................... Resigned, ill health; died of consumption.
Lieut. David Lewis..................... July 23, '61 ........ ...Promoted to Captain and Commissary.
Lieut. Holmes Steele.................. July 23, '61 April 26, '65 Transferred to Medical Department.
Charles H. Stebbins................... July 23, '61 April 26, '65 Promoted from Sergeant-Major.
Sergeant Major-
David Lewis........ .... ........ July 23 '61 .......................
Charles H. Stebbins..................... July 23, '61 ....................... Wounded at Chickamauga September 20, '63.
J. S. R. Snow........................ July 23, '61 April 26, '65 Wounded at Chickamauga September 20, '63.
Quartermasters-
Capt. H. R. Teasdale................... July 23, '61 ................... Promoted Major and Quartermaster District of
Captain Hickman ........................ July 23, '61 ................ Florida. -
Capt. Charles H. Collins.............July 23 April 2, '0
Commissary-.
Capt. E. Yulee............................ July 23, '61 .... ........ Transferred.
Capt. D. Lewis.......................... July 23, '61 April 26, '65 Resigned November 23, '63.
Quartermaster Sergeant-
William P. Moseley.................. July 23, '61 April 26, '65
Commissary Sergeant-
P. E. Love.......................... July 23, '61 April 26, '65
Ordnance Sergeant-
Theo Bridier.... .......................... July 23, '61 April 2 '65
Hospital Steward-
B. Frank Moseley......... .... July 23, 61 April 20, '65
Chaplain--
W J. Duval .............................. ....................... Resigned February 1, '64.



Roll Company A (Jacksonville Lignt Infantry)-3rd Florida Infantry.



MUSTERED) MUSTERED
NAMEe. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFIClERS.
Captains-
olmes Steele.:.......................... Aug. 1 ..... ... Resigned November, '61; promoted Adjutant May
'62; transferred to Medical Department as Sur-
geon.
John B. Oliveros......................... July 13, '61 ...... ...... 1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain November '61

wounded, disabled at the battle of Perryville
and resigned.
Arlstides l)Doggett .................... .................April 26, '65 2nd ieulteant; promoted let Lieutenant Nov-
lnember '61; Cnptain November '62.




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 103


Roll Company A (Jacksonville Light Infantry)-3rd Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Ist Lieutenants-
John G. Butler................................................. ....................... 3rd Lieutenant: promoted 2nd and 1st Lieutenant;
lost in Kentucky.
John King............................... '62 ........ ........... Promoted 1st Lieutenant.
and Lieutenants-
W illiam Caulk............................... ................... ...............
Francis Sabal.................... Aug. '61 ..................... Corporal; promoted 3rd and 2nd Lieutenant Nov-
Sember '62; killed between Chattanooga and
Atlanta.
William Haddock............................ .......... April 26, '65 Promoted 2nd Lieutenant '64.
3rd Lieutenant-
O w ens............................................... ........;............... ........................
ENLISTED MEN.
Allen, William H......... ..... Aug. '61 ........................ Promoted 1st Sergeant wounded at Perryville
Andrew, Florence F................................................ April 26, '65 Ky., and. disabled; deserted.
A ndrew, Ignacio..... .... ............ ......................
Biggs. Colin.... ..................... ...............
Booth, Richard................................. ................... Musician.
B ow den, D avid............................. ............... ........................
Bowden, Edward......................... ..... ................... ........................ Deserted.
Bowden, William R..................... Aug. '61 April 26, '65 Wounded at Murfreesborough January 30; also
Brodnax, E. C.............................. ........... ....... ....... at Kennesaw Mountains July 3, '63.
Brodnax, R. R............................. July '61 April 26, '65 Wounded at Murfreesborough. Tenn., January 1
B ryant, W illiam A ................................ .............. ....................... '63.
C anova, A A ........ .............................................. ........................
Clark, Jam es................................... .................... ..................
Collins, C. ..... ....................... Aug. '61 ...................... Sergeant.
Cubbage. Albert M........ .......... Aug. 2, '61 April 26, 65 Shot at Perryville, Ky., October 8, '62.
Curry. Robert............................................. Mentioned for gallantry at Chickamauga.
Davis, James ............. ..... Aug 2, '61 April 26, '65 Wounded at Missionary Ridge December 27, '63
D river, John..................................... ...................... ..................
D river, Leonard............... ........... ..................... ...............
D unbary. Patrick................................... ............. ......................
D uval, Virgin us.............................. ............... .......................
DeWaal, James M.............................. April 26, '65 ....
Edwards, James.................................................. Deserted.
Falany, Benjam in..... ............................... .......................
Falany, Romain.... ...................... ...... 61........................ Wounded at Murfreesborough; captured; sent to
Camp Chase till close of war.
Fatio, Lawrence L.......................... ............ ............. .............
Floyd. Antonio V................................................... April 26, '65
Floyd, Francis............ ...................... April 26, '65 Close of war.
Floyd, James H............................... ..................................... Corporal; promoted 3rd Sergeant; deserted.
Floyd. Stephens A................. .... ..................... ........................ Deserted.
Gil rth, David ................................................. ........... ... Corporal; deserted.
G ilbert, H errid........ ...................................... ........................
G ranyer, J. A ................................... ..................... April 9, '65
G reek, E lijah ..................................... ................................ ..
H all. Robert 1)........................... ........................... A pril 26. '65
H amilton. Thomas...................... Aug. '61.....................
H anford, G W ...............................................................
Hansy, Alexander........................... Aug. '61 April 2, 5 Wounded between Tunnell Hill and Dallas. Ga.,
'64.
Harvey, John J.......................... Aug. '61 April 26, '65 Promoted Corporal; wounded at Marietta. Ga.
Harvey, J. S...................................................... April 26, '65 and disabled. '64.
Hemming, Charles C....................... Aug. 2, '61 April 26, '65 Sergeant August, '61.
Hernandez, Antonio..................... Aug. 2, '61 ......................
Hernandez, Frank......................... Aug. 2, '61 ......................Promoted Corporal.
Hopkins, Alphono......................... Aug. 2, '61 ..................... Promoted Sergeant.
Houston John C............................................ ......
Houston, Robert E................................................. April 26, '65
Houston, William ............................................... April 26. '65 Sergeant, October '61.
Huchingson. M. M. T.............................................. April 2, '65 promoted Corporal.
Jackery, Lewi................................... Aug. 2, '61 ...................
avnigan, David...................................
Keenan, John................A.. '6.........ug. ...
Keenan, Peter............................... ug '61.. ........
Keenan, W illiam A....................... Aug. 1. '61 ........................
K ill. John......................................... Aug. '61 ......
Killer, John............................. .................... April 26, '6
Lary. Joe .............................................. Promoted Sergeant.
Livingston, T. H.............................. Aug. '61 April 26, '65
Lopez, A ndrew ................................. A ug. '61 .......................
L opez, Joseph....................... ........ A u '61 ......................
Lord. Joseph B .... .............. ......... Aug. '61 .......................
Madden, John.............................. Aug. '61 .......................
Manusa, Mark ..... .... .... Aug. 1, '61 .................
Manusa, Philip....................... Aug. 2, '61......................
Mather. Charles................ ......Aug '61.................... Sergeant.
Mitchell, William .... ..... .... Aug. '61...........
Moody, Holles M........................... Aug. '61............... t Sergeant, August '61; deserted
M oony, H ugh..................................... Aug. ........ ....
M oony, John J................................ Aug. '61 .......................
Ortagos, Predentes......................... Au '61 ................





















104 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA


Roll Company A (Jacksonville Light Infantry)-3rd Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Patterson, Thomas........................... Aug. '61 ..................
Perpaul, Charles................................ Aug. '61 ............... Musician.
Perpaul, William 0......................... Aug. '61 .................
Pinkha Bathlib............................... ................................... Captured near Dallas, Ga., while onpcket guard;
'64; died of consumption at Fort Delaware.
Ponce, John..................................... Aug. '61 ........... Corporal; killed battle of Pine Mountain, '62.
Redman, James................................ Aug. '61 April 26, '61 Paroled from Fort Delaware close of war.
Richard, Francis M...................... Aug. '61 ................... Paroled from Fort Delaware close of war.
Robion, Sidney G........................ Aug. '61 ................
Sallis, Domatio........................... Aug. '611... ................
heppard, W. ............................ Feb. '62 April 26 '65
Bhackelford, A W ................................................. ....................
Smith, Clarence W..................... .............. April 26, '65
Smith, Henry M.................... April 26, '65 ...
Stewart, Robert.......... .... Aug. '4i ........ .... Killed on picket, near Atlanta.
Strausser, Antonio........................... Aug. '61 ...................... Corporal; drowned '61.
Sweet, Henry M ......................... ....................... April 26, '61
W alker, George A.......................... ... Aug. '61 ....... ...........
Wasson, Charles R............Aug. '61....................... Deserted.
Wingate, Jerry....................... July 4, '61 ...................... Wounded at Perryville, Ky., October 8, '62 and
captured; after remaining in hospital prison at
Harrisburg until December '62, was exchanged
Wingate, John G.............................Aug. '61 ... .... and returned to his company.
Wingate, J. J.................. ............ Aug. '61 ........ ........ Died Chattanooga; buried Chattanooga cemetery.
Wingate, Joseph W................... Aug. '61 ..........
W ingate, Nathan M........ ... ....... Aug. '61........................
Wilds, Phineas................................. Sept. '61 April 26, '65

Roll Company B (St. Augustine Blues)-3rd Florida Infantry.


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NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICER.
Captains-
John Lott Philips....................... Aug. 61 ................Aug... Promoted to Major.
Charles L. Ridgeley..................... Aug. '61 .................. Promoted from 2nd Lieutenant.
Ist Lieutenants-
Lawrence M. Andrews............... Aug. '61 .......................
Charles Downing Segue.................................... April 26, '61 Promoted Lieutenant.
2nd Lieutenants-
Irvine, Drysdale............. May 1............Ma... Promoted from Lieutenant Junior to 2nd Lieu-
tenant; wounded at Perryville, Ky., October 8
3rd Lieutenants- '62; resigned June 6, '63.
Fatio Dunham.............................. Aug. '61 ....... ......... Promoted from Sergeant to 3rd Lieutenant.
John Butler.......................................... .... .... ........ ... Prom oted 2nd Lieutenant.
ENLISTED MEN.
Alien, James W................................. Aug. '61 .................
Anderson, Andrew .......................... Aug. '61 ................
Andrew, Claudio ........................... May '61 ..............
Andrew, Emanuel........................... Aug. '(..................
Andrew, Francis. Aug. '61 ....................
Andrew, Joseph............................................... Killed, Murfreesborough January '63.
Andrew, Laborn............................. Aug. '61 April 26, '65
Andrew. Nicholas......................... May '61 May '63 Disability.
Arnow, Francis.................. .. Aug. '61 .......................
Avice, Alexander .... .............. Aug. '61 .....................
Bennett, Joseph................. .. '62 April 26, '65
Bennett, Stephen A .......................Aug. '1 ....... ......... Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Bravo, Christobal......................... Aug. '61 ............... Corporal.
Bridier, Henry......................... Aug. '61.....................Killed in service.
Bridier, Louis D........Au. .................... Aug. ........Wounded and died in Mobile hospital. '63.
Bridier, Theodore F......................... Aug. '61 ........................ Promoted Ordnance Sergeant for Regiment.
Briesh, Charles C. H ......................... Aug. '61...........
Canova, Andress........................... Aug. '61 ................
Canova, Antonio L........................ Aug. '61 ...............
Canova, Stephen....................................... ... April 26, '65
Capo, Philip.......................... .... Aug. '61 ...
Cauevas, Stephen.............. ......... Aug. '61 April 2, 65
Coles, George.... ................. ..... Aug. '61 ........................
Coles, W illiam ............................. ......................... April 26 '65
Cook, Samuel L................ ...... May 30, '61 April 26, '65
Crosby, James......... .................... Aug. '61....... ...........
Dunham, Harry.................. .......... ........................ Sergeant; wounded September 20, '6?.
Dunham, Oregon........................ Aug. '61.................
Fante, John ..... .............................. Aug. '61 .. ........
Fontain, Tony................ A '61................... Aug. '61 ..... ... Musician.
Foster, C. G .................................... ....................... A pril 26, '65
Genovar, William............................ Aug. '61 April 26, '65
Genovar, Bartolo...... ................ ..... ....................April 26, '65




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 105


Roll Company B (St. Augustine Blues)-3rd Florida Infantry.
_(COTrINUED.)

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NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Gould, Archibald........................... Aug. '61 ...............
Gould, James M.............................. Aug. '61 .. .........
Gould, Rutledge ............................. Aug. '61.... ............
Handford, George W...... ........... Aug. '61 .....
Hernande, Edward...................... Aug. '61 ................. Sergeant.
Hernandez, Joseph V................ Aug. '61 ........
Hinsey, Jackson....... ........................ April 26, '65 Wounded In Kentucky' 62; captured and impris-
Hurlburt, James............................... ......................................... oned at Camp Chase, Ohio.
Hussey, Gen I.......... ..... Aug. '61 .... ...............
Irwin, Joseph C.......................... ug '61 ............ Died Camp Chase prison, December 12, '64; Grave
No. 606.
Irwin, Jose)h ..... ......................... ........................ Died a prisoner in hospital.
Llambias, Autonio.................... Aug. '61 ..................
Liambias, John............................... [Aug. '61 .....................
L ambias, J. M .................. ...................... ....... ........................ Died in hospital at Danville; Ky.
Leonardy, Celestine..;;.................. Aug. '61 April 26, '05 Wounded Knoxville, Tenn., May 17. '62.
Leonardy. John................ Aug. '1 ....................
Leonardy, Joseph...............:.:....... Aug. 5, 1 Dec. '64 Discharged because of wounds; wounded at Perry-
ville, Ky., October 8, '62.
Leonardy, Philip........................... Aug. '61 April 26, '65 Corporal.
Lopez, Alonzo ........................:......... Aug. '61 .......... Killed at Perryville, Ky., October 8, '62.
Lopez, Emanuel M........................... June '61 April 26, '65 Wounded in Murfreesborough January '63 and at
Masters, Disdario..........................:.. Aug. '61 ................. Dallas, Ga., May 4, '64.
Masters, James E........................................... April 26, '65
Master, Paul....................................................... April 26, '65
Masters, Peter C........................ ... Aug. '61 ....................... Died in prison.
Mauney, John................ Aug. '61.... .......
Miekler, Daniel J......... .... Aug. '61 April 26, '65
Mickler, D. L:................................... ..... April 26, '65
Middletown, W. C........ ..... ....... April 26, '65
M iller, James A.............................. Aug. -. '61 .......................
Miller, James J...................... Aug. '61 ..............
:'Miller, John...... ............... Aug. '61 ..............
Mirander, William........................... Aug. '61 ..............
leligan, Henry H..................... Aug. '61 ..........
'Neligan, Michael...... ..... .....Aug. 1 ........................
Osborn, Emanuel.................. Aug. 61...... .......
Osteen, William E.....................March '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Murfreesborough, Tenn., December
Pacetty, Albert............................ Aug. '61 ..... ......... 31, '62.
Pacetti, Bartolo........................ ............. April 26, '5
Pacetti, Elu ebo............................. ........................ ................... Died in Florida, '64.
Pacetty Joseph A..................... Aug. '61 ..................
Padgett, Martin............................................... April 26, '65 Wounded at Resaca, Ga., May 3, '64.
Papano, Isaa ............................... Aug. '61 ...................... Musician.
Papy, Edward A.......... .... Aug. '61 ....................
Papy, Frank ................................. ............ ..... ................... Died in hospital.
Papy, Isadora B.............. ....... Aug. '61 April 26, '65
Papy, John.................... ......... Aug. '61 .... ........Died Camp Douglass prison.
Philips, John L...................... Aug. 61 ..................Au... Promoted Sergeant.
Philps, Paul G...... ....... ...... Aug. '61 ..............
Pinkham Batholio........................... ........................ ................... Captured near Dalton, Ga., January 23, '63; died
Pomar, illiam........... : .............Aug. '61 ..............n Fort Delaware of consumption.
Ponce Anthony........................ Aug. '61 ... ..........
Ponce, Bartholow D.............................. Aug. 61 ... .. ... Sergeant.
Ponce, James........... .................... Discharged '63; re-enlisted Dickinson's Cavalry,
Ponce, James A............................... ........................ April 26, '65
Ponce, Thomas ................................ Aug. '61 ..................
Rose, John A.............................. Aug. '61 ............ Sergeant.
Rose, "& ~'%Ti1 :61 ........... ............. Sepem t.
Russell, Richard..................................... Killed in battle.
Sanchez, James P............ ..... Aug. '61 ......................
Solana, Joseph M .............. ug. '61... ....
Spencer, Joseph.......... ......... ug. '61 .......
Stephens, B. H.... September 20, '63.
Stephens. John ..... ..... March 62....... .... Wounded and died in hospital in Kentucky '62.
Turner Thomas M. D. .........Aug. '1 ........................ Transferred to Medical Department.
*Usina, M icheal S............................ Aug. '61........................
Usina, Domingo.................... Aug '61 April 26, '65
W atson, James............. ............... ....................
Weems. Frank .................................. ..... Killed at Murfreesborough '63.
Whitby, John A......................... Aug. '61.......
Wynn, George W........................... April '61 May '65 Wounded. Chickamauga: Jonesboro; captured, im-
Ximanies. R. F............................ ........................ April 26, '65 prisoned at Camp Chase and from there paroled.

Roll Company C (Hernando Guards)-3rd Florida Infantry.


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Oaa. OFFICERS. i
Captain-
Walter Terry Saxon..................... July 'OltApril 26, '65 Re-enlisted May 25. for the war.





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Roll Company C (Hernando Guards)-3rd Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUgED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

ist Lieutenants-
Samuel G. Frierson............ July '61 ....................... Resigned at reorganization May, '62.
Joshua Stafford................. July '61 ........................'romoted from 2nd Lieutenant to 1st Lieutenant
2nd Lieutenant- May, '62.
David H. Wall............................ July '61 ...................... Promoted from Sergeant May,'62; died.in hospital.
3rd Lieutenants-
William D. O'Neill.............. July '61 ................. Resigned at reorganization '62.
Charles M. Lang...................... July '61 ........ ........ Promoted from Sergeant; resigned; cause, personal
reasons.
Alfred N. Arline........................... July '61 April 2, '65 Promoted 3rd Lieutenant.
William M. Lang........... ......... .................... April 26, '65 Promoted 3rd Lieutenant.
ENLISTED MEN,
Allen, Lott, Sr................................. April 20, '61 July 15. '65 Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., ptptember 20,
'63; at Jonesborough, Ga., August '64; at Da las,
Ga., May '64 promoted Orderly Sergeant; men-
tioned for gallantry at Chickamauga.
Alien, W illiam T............................. July '61 ........................ Died in service.
Andrews, Enoch H........................... July '61 April 26, '65
Atkins, George W............................. July '61 ...................... Died in hospital at Columbus. Ga., December '3.
Baggett, Andrew A........................ July '61 April 26, '65 Corporal.
Bassett, John F................................ July '61 April 26, '65 Transferred '63, to:John T. Lisler's Co., Cavalry.
Bassett, Josiah B............................... July '61 April 26, '65
Bates, Thomas L................. .. Ju '61 ............Jul ............ Killed in battle.
Bethay, James....es.............. ....... July '61................ Died in prison. .
Blackshear. Cicero S................. July '61 April 26, '65
Bowen, Right W........................... July '61 April 26, '65
Bradley, Robert J............................ July April 26, '65
Breaker, Henry M................. July '61 ................. Killed by accident at Fernandina 61.
Burnham Aaron T........................ July '61 April 26, '65
Brown. Wright W........................ July April 26, '65
Byrd. Judson................................. July '61 April 26, '65 Wounded at Perryville, Ky., and Murfreestorougb
Tenn.
Calahan, Alexander B.................... July '61..................... Killed in battle.
Chance, John C..............................Ju '61.......................Died Camp Chase prisonlJanuary 9, '65; Grave
Clark, William R............. .........July '61 April 26, '65 No. 723.
Dan. John R................................ .... 61....................... Sergeant; killed in batt.e.
Danford, George ............................... Jul '61 ....................... Killed in battle.
Dyess. George..............:::............... July '61 April 26, '65
Ellis, James L............................. July 61 ................... Killed in battle.
Ellis, Thomas B................ ....... July '61 April 26. '65
Eubanks, John .............. ........ .. July '61 .................... Died in hospital.
Gannett, Chauncy.................. July '61 ............ Died in hospital of wounds.
H all, S. J............................................ .................... ....................... D ied in Cam p Douglass prison.
Hashon, William I............................. uly ........... Killed n battle.
Hay, Daniel................................. July '61 June '65 From Camp Douglass prison, close of war; captured
Hay, James A............................. July '61 April 26, '65 at Missionnry Ridge, Dec. '64; promoted Serg't.
Hay, John F...................... ....July .......... Jy '1 .................. Killed in battle.
Hay, Joseph Mt............................. July '61 April 26, ''i
Hay, William B............................... July '61 April 26, '65 Wounded at Atlanta, right cheek and neck.
Haymans, William C................ ........ July '61 ..... .... Corporal; ied in hospital of wounds.
Heisler John..... July '61 ... .....Killed in battle.
H ines, J................. ................ uly '61...
H olton, T J ..... ........................................................................
Hutzclaw, J. C............................... Aug. '61 April 2, '65
Hines, Rufus I...........................: July '61 ... 61 ................. Killed in battle.
Jackson, Evander E....................... July '61 ... .... Killed in battle at Resaca, Ga., '64; Ist!Musician
Johnson, John R............................... July '61 April 26, '5
Jumpp, Thomas....... ...... .......... July '61 April 26, '65
Kane, Patrick......... ........................ July '61 .. ............Killed in battle.
Kersey, Thomas............................. July '61 April 26 '65
Landrum, J. Turner....................... July '61 April 26, '65 Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Lang, James A............................ July '61 April 26, '5
Leggett, William A.......................... July '61 April 26, '65
Liles, Samuel H......................... July '61 April 26, '65 Promoted Corporal; wounded at Peach Tree Creek.
Liles, Thomas W..................... July '61 April 26, '65 Wounded by accident at Fernandina, '61.
Lisk, William.............................. Aug. '61 April 26, '65
Long, James A................................ July '61
Long, Thomas J................................ July '61 April 26, '65
McKay, Diegenus............................ July '61 ....... .......... Killed in battle.
Mattan, James.................. ..July '61 .......... .... 2nd Musician; killed in battle.
Murden, laham A........................... July '61 April 26, 65
Nicks, Benjamin.............................. July '61 April 26, '65
Nicks, Francis R ............. .... July '61 April 26, '65
evitt, Cornelias Q...................... July '61 April 26, '65 Ie-enlisted in 9th Rep. Co. C.; hired a substitute
but later went to Virginia in Co. C, 9th Reg.
Osborn, George........... ......... y ...... July '61 ... Killed in battle.
Peterson, John L........................ July '61 April 26, '65 Promoted let Sergeant; wounded and discharged.
Powell, Frank G........................... July '61 April 26, '65 In hospital during the entire term of service.
Riekbury, Daniel.................. ..... July '61 ....... ....Killed in battle.
Richbury, Nathaniel........... July '61 ........................ Killed n battle.
Rooks. James .................................. uly '61.............. Killed in battle.
Row, W illiam..... ......................... July '61 .................. Killed in battle.
Saxon, Benjamin.................. ........ July '61 ....... ..... Discharged at reorganization: under age. '62.
Baxon, Franklen H. E.................... July '61 April 26, '6 Wounded, Perryville. Ky.. '62.



















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Roll Company C (Hernando Guards)-3rd Florida Infantry.
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Saxon, James Randolph................. July '61 ........................ Killed in battle of Missionary Ridge, Nov. '63.
Bimmons, Felix.................................. July '61 ....... ....Discharged at Fernandina, cause; raised a Co. of
which he became Captain; (Co. F-8th Int.).
Simmons. James R......................... July '61 Transferred to Co. F, 8th Infantry.
Smith. James.................................... July '61 April 26, '65
Smith, W illiam .............................. July '61........................ Killed in battle.
Snow, Joseph R............................. Au. '61 April 26, '05
Bolls. John J........................... July 61 April 2, '65 Sergeant; killed in battle.
Stafford. Eli W ........ ..... ................ July '61 ........................ Killed in battle.
Stafford, John M.................. July '6............ul '61 ............ Killed in battle.
Stafford, William H........................ July '61 April 26, '65
Strange. Daniel... .... .... July '61 April 26, '65
Suhr, Augustus W........ .... July '61 ........................Killed in battle.
Thigpin, William H................... July '1........... Deserted.
Thomas, Roland............................. July '61 Aug. '62 Disability.
Tillett, George....... ... .... July '61 ...... Killed.
Tillett, John W....... J ...............ul..... Killed.
Zeigler, William W............ July '61.............____


Roll Company D (Wakulla Guards)--rd Florida Infantry.



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OFFICERS. /
anie L. Frierson............... July '61 ..............
John L. Ingles................................................ April 26, '65 Sergeant; promoted Captain o consolidated Com-
t Leutenants-panies. D and G.
Est Lieutenants-
Thomas F. Swearingin................. July 25, '61 April 26, '65
Richard C. McMillan................... July '61 ...................... 2nd Lieutenant; promoted 1st Lieutenant.
T. W Ross.................................... ...................... ........................ Promoted lst Lieutenant.
and Lieutenant- .
3rd Lieutenants-
William H. Walker................. July '61 ....................
Josiah R. Bostick...ul 1............... July 61 Promoted 3rd Lieutenant.
ENLISTED MEN
Adkins, John.............. ................... July 25, '61 ........ ..........
Alexander, Amos.................... July 25, '61 ..............
Anderson, Charles W ...................... July 25, '61 ... ..........
Anderson William U..................... July 25, '61...........
A shley, B erry....................................... ..... .......................
A hley. Charles...................... .................................................Shot through both thighs.
Bird, Henry.................... July 25 '61 April 26, '65 Wounded, Murfreeborough, Dec.. '62.
Blackwell W. R.............. April 6, '63 April 26, '65 Wounded at Tullahoma, April 5, '63.
Boss G. E........................................................... .... Captured and paroled.
Bostck, Joseph .................July 25, '61.................... Sergeant.
Boyd, John D........................... July 25, '61 ...........
Carraway, Jasper N........... ..................... ............... Mentioned for gallantry.
Carter, Jeremiah B...................... ................ ...............
Chanson, Joseph. .............. .... ............
Coggins, J. H....... .... .............. ................................. Died at Chattanooga.
Cogans, John...... ....................... July '62 ........ .........
Core, Arthur ................. ..... July 25, '61 ..... ..........
Core, John J........................................ Wounded, Sept. 20, '63.
Core, W illiam I.......... ......... July 25, '61 .... ......
Cuthbert. Isaac..................... .......... ..........
Cuthbert, James J........ .....July '61...........
Cuthbert, John A......... .......... ................. .................
Cuthbert, William H........... July '61 ....................
Counsel. William............ ..... July '61 ..............
Dugger, James F.......... .......... July '61 ........................ Sergeant; discharged Oct. 19, '61, for disability;
re-enlisted in Co. E, 2nd Cav.
Dunham. Davison.................................................. Died, Camp Chase, Jan. 31, '65; grave No. 200.
Elliot, James B....... .......... .............. .......... Died at Chattanooga.
Elliot, John R...... ........ July 61 ...........
Faircloth Joshua...... ..... July 61....................... Transferred to Co. I; 5th Regiment.
Forbes, Columbus.................. July '61 ............. ...Corporal.
Gilchrist, Willian I....... ............. July '61 .. ........
G rant, John..... ......................... Jul 61........................
Gray, J. J.................. ..... ............. .... ..... .....
Hair, Matthew............. .................. April 26, '65
Harrell, W illiam H.......................... July '61.... .......
Hart, Daniel.... .............................. July '61 ...... .... Corporal.
Hart. Samuel D............................. July '61.... .......
Henderson, William M................July 61...........
H earning, G W .................. ......................................



















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Roll Company D (Wakulla Guards)-3rd Flofida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


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Hill, Richard W............... ............ uly 61 .................. Sergeant; transferred to Bird's Co. K, 10th Reg,
Horn, John W. H........................J. uly '61 April 26, '65 at re-organization, May, '62.
Hunt, Marghs.D. L ................... July '61 ........................
Kellam, W. W................................. June 1, '61 April 20, '65
Langston, E. E........................... June 15, '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Bentonville, N. C.
Langston, Jesse I........... ............... July 25, '61 ..............
Langston, L. M. P.... ............... July 25 '61.. .........
Langston, William I.................... July 25, '61.. ........
Lawhorn, J. M.................................................... April 26, '65
Lewis, David..................................... Ju 25, '61 .....
Lewis, John J................. ............... y 25, '61 ...
Lewis, S. P..................................... July 25, '61 ... ...............
McBride, Robert.............. ... Jul.......... y '61 .. ................
McKinnon, Daniel F............. July 25, '61 ..................
M cMillan Lawrence W .................... July 25, '61 ........................
McMillan, R. C..... ...... ........................ May 14, '65
Mash, W H...................................... July '61..
Merritt, William........................ .... Mch. 62 April 26, 65
Milton, C. C..................................... ch '62 April 20, '65
Moore, Francis M.............................. July '61 April 26, '65
Newell, Charles................................ July 25, '61 ........... Musician.
Oliver, James S........................................................... April 26, '65 Transferred to Co. D42nd Reg., Cav.
Peterson, Gastarus ........................ July '61.......... ........
Piggott, Robert R............................ July 25, '61 June 25, '64 Disability; wounded at Resaca Ga., April 14, '64
Piggott, William N.............. July '61 ........................
Posey, Joseph W........... .. ..... July 25, '61...........
Reve Elih A...... .............. July 25, '61 ....................
Revell, J. 61........................................ M.......... .... Captured at Jonesboro, Ga., '64 and held in
prison until close of war.
Revell. Samuel K......... ....July '61 ..................... Corporal.
Reeves, Mark A....................... July 25, '61 ..................
Roberts, Benjamin M............. July 25, '61 ..................
Roberts, G. D.................................... Died, Camp Chase, Jan. 13, '65; grave No. 760.
Roberts, John H......... ............. July 25, '61 .... ................
Roberts, John P.................. July 25, '61 April 46, '65
Roberts, Thomas............................ July 25, '61 .... ................
Robertson, Robert P.................. July 25, '61 April 26, '65
Sasser, Jam es J................. ........... July 25, '61 .... ................
Sar, Wililam Z..... ....... .. July 25, '61 June 12, 65 Captured and imprisoned at Camp Chase, until
Simmons. Hilery B. A........ .... July 25, '61 ..... ........... close of the war.
Stevens, James A.......... ........... July 25, '61 .....................
Taylor, James W............................ July 25, '61 ..... .......... Wounded, Sept. 20,'63.
Taylor, Robert P............................ July 25, '61 ...........
Thompson, John.................. July 25, '61 ...........
Trice, Ezekiel........................... July 25, '61 April 26, '65
Uker, William.............. ..............
U lm er, John L................................. ........................ ..................
Valise, J. F .................................................... April 26, '65
Vance, F. ......................... ............ Oct. '61 June 18, Paroled From Camp Douglass, Illinois.
Vance, James W. W .................. July '61 ........................
Vance, John E..................;........Ju 25, '61.............. Dischar ed from Camp Douglass at close of war.
Walker, James W...................... July 25, '61 .... ......... Corpora
Walker, Wright W.......................... July '61 ... ...........
Whaley, Thomas E.......................... Jul 25, '61 ... ......
W hetstone, Irvine........................... July 25, '61 .......... ........
Whetstone, Marion......... ..... July 25, '61 ..................
Williams, Frank ......................... April '61 June 18, '65 Wounded at Bentonville, N. C., March, '63.
Wood. James A............ ... July 25, '61 ................... __


Roll Company E-3rd Florida Infantry.



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OFFICERS.
Captains-
Daniel B. Bird........................ ........... ............ Killed at Perryville November, '62.
Hamilton K. Walker......... ........ ....April 26, '65 Corporal; promoted st Lieutenant, May, '62;
Captain, November, '62.
ist Lieutenants-
Marion J. Clark........................................................................... Retired at reorganization May, '62.
John T. Bailey ................... ............................................... Sergeant; promoted 2nd Lieutenant, then st
Lieutenant; mortally wounded at Murfrees-
borough.
2ndLieutenants-
William Z. Bailey................................................................. Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; captured and paroled
from Johnson's Island June, '65.
Andrew J. Miller................ ................................................... Corporal; promoted 2nd Lieutenant.



















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. Iog


'Roll Company E-3rd Florida Infantry. 4
(CONTINUED.) "'


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3rd Lieutenants-
Pickens B. Bird............................ ............................. ............. Retired at reorganization, May '62; then raised
Company K, 10th Infantry.
Benjamin W. Edwards................ ...................Promoted May, '62.
William H. Ellis................................. .... Promoted 3rd Lieutenant.
ENLISTED MEN.
Anderson, Ana... ....................
Anderson, Chris.......................... ......
Anderson, Moses............ ..... ..... ...... .
Archer, A W ..................... .........................
Braden, Thomas...................... ..........i:::: ..
Branch, William T....... ... ............. .........
Brooks, Richard W ................. ......................... .......................
Brooks, Thom as J............................ .. ........
Butler, Daniel................................. ........... ........... .....
Butler, Lorenzo...................................... ......... .. ..
Butler, Mitchell ........................ .......... .........
Cason, John B .................................... ...... ......... ... .......
Cason, W illiam L................................................ ..... ...
Chatman, Thom as....... ....................................... ........................
Clark, M J....................................... ....................... .......... .
Cosgrove, Thomas.................... ........... .........
Craven, B............................................................. ................. Mortally wounded, died December 20, '63.
Cravey, B................ ......
Cuthbert, J. A................................. .... April 26, '6
Dixon, William H.................................... ..........
Donaldson, John L..... ............. .............
Donaldson, William...... ............................
.Dotson, W illiam M ......................... ...................................... Died in '64.
Duncan, Joshua......................:......... July '61 ....................... Lost left arm at Resaca, May 28, '64 and dis-
charged.
Duncan, William........................ June '61 ........................ Wounded at Franklin; captured and imprisoned
Ellis Joseph J..... ............................. ...................... .................... until close of w ar.
Franklin, Leonidas W..... ........ ............. ...................
Freeman, Archibald J...........................
Ford, E arly........................................ ............. ....................
Fuguay, John.......... .................... ......... ........ ........................
Goettee, R obert R .................................................... ..................
G rey, John J............................ .. ....... ........... ......................
G rey, M inch L .......................................................... .................
Goza, Peter..... ......................... June 27, '64 April 26, '65
Hammell, Thomas B..... ........................ ......
Hancock, Augustus B............. ............ ..........
Hart, John................................. ........... .......
Hart, Jacob .................. ............. .............
Hart, Theophelus...... ........ ...... .........
H artsfield, G eorge.... ......... ...............................................
Hemmerson, W illiam..........................................
H endry, Irvin R ..... ................ ............................... ..........
H olt, A .............................. .. ...................... ..............
H olt, W W .......................................... July '61 ....... ...........
H orn, Joshua...................................... ........................... .......
H uson, Isainh.............................................. ................ ........
Jones. A ........................................ .............................................. W wounded at Perryville, and captured; exchanged
at Vicksburg.
Kellum, John W ......................... May '61 June '65 Wounded at Chickamaugua Georgia, Sept. 20, '63;
Kelly, John W.............................................. captured at Nashville, Tennessee, December 6.
Kinsey, Joel............ ... .. ............ '64; in prison at Camp Douglass, Illinois and
Lee W. )...................... .... .. Ap......... paroled from there June, '65.
Livingston, A................................April 26, '5 ... ...........
Martin George W ............... .......... ............. April 26, '65
McMullen, D. J................................................... Feb. '64 Elected to a civil office.
M anley, B. F................................... ..... ......... April 26, '65
Mazingo. M. V.;B.................................. April 26, '65 Was captured July 22. '64 and sent to Camp Chase
Merrill, Rufus M....................................................... ................ 0. and from there paroled at close of war.
M iller, H enry W ................................................... ........................
M orris, Collens D .................................................... ..................
Newm an, George .................................... ... ........... ....
Newm an. W illiam A....................................... .... .......................
O 'N eil, T hom as.......................................................... .................
Pellham, J. W........................... ...... .......................... Wounded, September 20, '63.
Philips, P ................................ ........... ............. ......................
Porter, John T.......................................................... ........ ........... Sergeant.
Porter, Richard L.............. ....................April 26, '65 Corporal.
Porter, W. T.................. .............. ..June 21, '61 April 26, '65 Re-enlisted in same Company and paroled at close
Porter, William... ....... ..... ........... ................ of war.
Prosser, Jam es A .............................. .................. ...................
Pruden, James H.................
Palcifer, John C..................... .........................................
P alcifer, Joh n ............................... ........................ ........................
R am sey, George W ..............................................................
Rhiem s. W illiam E.......................... ................. ........
R odden ery, A .... ......................... ..................... .................
Sanders, E. J.......................................
Shetffield, J. W ..................................... ................. ...........



















1no SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company E-3rd Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Slater, H enry.......... ...............................................................
Stanley, Irvin......... ..............................
Stanley, Richard...... ..............................
Stevens, Asher E........................ Jan. '64 April 26, '65 Wounded at Kennesaw Mountain, Georgia, July
20, '64.
Stephens, H ubbard............. .............. .......................... ........................ M musician.
Street, W illiam P...................... ............................ ................... Musician.
Stokes, Bethel A.................................................. ................... Corporal.
Strom an. John W .......... ............................. ......................
Sum m erlin M adison........................ ..................... ............
Tanner, William R...................................................................... Killed at Murfreesborough Tennessee, Dec. 31, '62
Taylor, E. ............................... Dec. 15, '61 May 9, '65 Wounded at Missionary Ridge, Tennessee.
Turner, J. C................................ ................... April 26, '65
W ard, Isa ah................................................ ................. ...
W ard, W illiam ............................. ... ............
W hidden, W illiam A..................... .................. ...................
Williams, R. L............ ........ .... April 20, '65
W illiamson, Jud e...........................
Whitehurst. William...................


Roll Company F (Cow Boys)-3rd Florida infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
Lucius A. Hardee...................... Aug. '61 ................. Resigned May, '62; at reorganization.
Albert Drysdale............................ ............................... Promoted Captain, May, '62.
rst Lieutenants-
J. E. Mickler............................ Aug. '61 ..................
John C. King................................ Aug. '61 .... ....Promoted 1st Lieutenant.
2nd Lieutenant-
William H. Haddock.................. Aug. '61 ..... ............ Promoted 1st Lieutenant, '63; resigned June 27,
'64.
3rd Lieutenant-
Elias Jaudon............................... Aug. '61 .... ................
Henry B. Goode............... ................................. 1st Sergeant, promoted 3rd Lieutenant.
Thomas Stratton .................... Aug. '61 ........ .......... Sergeant, promoted 3rd Lieutenant.
James C. West........................ May 11, '61 April 26, '65 Wounded, Perryvllle, October 8, '62.
Samuel H. Wienges.................... May '61 April 26, '65 Wounded, Decatur, Georgia, July 22, '64; promo-
ted 3rd Lieutenant.
ENLISTED MEN.
Allen, John 0...... .... ....................... .............
Allen, Lorenzo ......................................................... Musician.
Bardin, James...................................................... .......................Dischared January 9, '63 over age.
Bgg, C. leasant ................................................. ...................ospital at Lake City, January 23 3; o
Biggs, Charles P................................ ........................ ........................ Died in hospital at Lake City, January 23, '63; of
B us h Clayton................................... .......................... ................... disease.
B ush, Francis F ...... .......................................... ........................
Bush, John C. .......................... ....... .... Musician, promoted Corporal.
C[in, Dem y Promoted Sergeant.
'Cain, Dempsey ............................................ ................................ Po... rmote Sergeant.
,Carter, Elijah .................................... ................
Carter, Joseph...... ............ ........ ............. .... ............ .
Carter. Lev H.................................................... April 26, '65 Shot at Chickamauga, September 19, '63.
Clark, Stephen.......... .................. ........................ ........................
Crews, Alexander.............................................................
Crews, Harley J...................... .....................
Crews. S. D.......... ......... May 11, '61 ........ .... Captured at Bentonville N. C, Imprisoned at
Point Lookout and paroled June 26 '65.
Crow, S. H.......................................... .........*............... ........................ Died, Camp Chase August 15, '64; Grave No. 205.
D aniels, Jam es M .............................. ...........................
D avis. T im othy T ............................ ........................ ..................
Davis, William J............................. ...................
Dewall, James M.............................. ....... April 26, '65
Donald, John M......................... ...................
Dowell William...... ......................... 1st Sergeant.
Edwards. James W.......................... Jan. 1, '62 April 26, '65 Shot at Murfreesborough, December 31. '63.
Falana Rom ain......................................................April 26, '65
Friar, John.............................................................. ............... Prom oted'Sergeant.
Gardner James............................................ .... April 26, '65
G arey, L ove..................................... ....................... ........................ : -* "
Garey, W illiam J....... ..... ... ................................. ... ........
Garrett, Arthur C..................................
Hammond John........................... Aug '61 April 26, '65
Hanchey. Daniel A..................... Aug. '61 ...................
Hansler, Francis J..................... Aug. '61.... ....
Harris, John J.................................. Aug. '61..............
Harris, William E......................... Aug. '61 ................. .. ... -



















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. III


Roll Company F (Cow Boys)-3rd Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARCKB.

Harris, Z. T...... ....................... Aug. '61 ........ ..........
Holmes, James...... ................ Aug. '61... .......
Hopkins, J......................... ......... .............. Corporal.
Hopkins, H....................................................... ... Corporal.
Huffingham, James.................. Aug. '61 ................
Hurlburt, Francis......... ............. Aug. '61 ..................
Jamison, Peter M........ ..... Aug 1, '61 April 26, '65 Wounded, Jonesborough September, '64.
Jones, Washington L..... .... Aug. 1 61 ........... 61 ............. Promoted corporal, discharged January 9, '63;
over age.
Jordan, Willam W....... ... Aug. 1, '61 .................. Corporal, promoted 2nd Sergeant.
King, Pennelton R .................... Aug '61.............
Linton, Charles A............. ..... Aug. '61 ......................
Livingston, Joseph......... .......... Aug. '61 ...........
McDowell, George W .... .............. Au 1 '61 ......................
Morgan, Richard ............................ Aug. '61 ...................... rporal.
Morris, John .................................. A 61 ....................... ...... Discharged January 0, '63; over age the cause.
O'Neal, W. C............................... June 24, '61 April 26, '65 Shot at 'erryville, October 8, '62.
O'Steen, Theodore .......... ........ ... April 26, '65
Padgett, Martin.............................. May 25, '61 April 26 '65 Wounded at Resaca, Ga., May 15, '64.
Padgett, Stephen.............................. ....... ........ April 26, '65
Pigg, John W.... .................... Aug. '61 ..................... Never left the State.
Quarterman, Robert T... Aug. '61 .............
uarterman, W G. M..................... Aug. '1 ........................
Rainer, J. J...................... ..... Aug. '61 ....................
Rainer, William..... ....................... .............. Corporal.
Richard, F. M....................................... April 26, '65 Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Richardson, Edmund..... ........... Aug. '61 ........................
Richardson, John................... Aug. '1 ...................... Sereant.
Roberts, Francis M...................... Aug. '61 ..................... Wounded September 20, '63.
Roberts, M................................... '61 April 26, '65S ergeant, wounded at Chickamauga September 20,
'63.
Roberts, Randall Z........... ..... Aug. '61 .................. Corporal.
Roberts, Thomas W................... Aug. '61 ... ...........
Sams, Frank W............................... Aug. '61 ..................Corporal, discharged, under age; transferred ot
Sparkman, William.................... Aug. '61 ........................ t Res. Colonel Daniel.
Stansell, Nathaniel W.................. Aug. '61 .... ....Sergeant.
Stratton, Samuel......... ....... Aug. .........
Suarez, Rapheal......... ..... Aug. 61 ..............
Sweat, Henry M...... ........ Aug. '61 April 26, '65 Promoted Corporal, and Sergeant.
Thomas, Solomon.................... Aug. '61 ...
Thom pson, Allen........................... Aug. '61 ....................
Thom pson, Isaiah L........................ Aug. '61 .......................
Thompson, John L.................... Aug. '61 ...............
Thompson, William F .... .... Aug. '61 ...
Townsend, Benjamin F.................. Aug. '61 .......................
Thymnie, Bernard................ Aug. '61 .......................Promoted Corporal.
n es, Sam uel ................... ....... Aug. '61 .....
Walker, William.................... Aug. '61......
Wnalnhby. T. M................ Aug. '61 ... .....
W ard. llenry................ ................ Aug. 1 .. ..............
W a lrd, John............................... Aug. ......... ........
W arreni, Thomas..................... ...... Aug. ... .. ..
W est, Itolb rt..... ......................... Aug. '61 ......... ...........Lo t left arm, died September 25, '63.
Weeks, Levi t ................................ Aug. '61 ..................l P'ronoted Sergeant, mortally wounded September
S20, '6:3 died September 28, '63.
Wiles, Spencer B..... ............ ......... i...l onorable mention, promoted Sergeant.
Williamson, Ivy............... Aug. '61.. .........
W in ate, R. W .................... ....... '61 April 26, '65
W ithington, J. A .. .............. ........ ......... April 26, '651

Roll Company G-3rd Florida Infantry.


MUIHTERED MURTEIRED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
Thomas Langford.......... ug. 9, '61 ................. Resigned December 5, '64.
Robert J. Bevill....................... July 25, '61 .............. st Lieutenant; promoted Captain; resigned Feb-
ist Lieutenants- ruary 11, '65.
Charles eggs..................................................................... Pro ted 2nd Lieutenant; st Lieutenant; re-
signed and re-enlisted Co. E, 11th Regiment
anld promoted Captain.
Albert R. Livingston..... ............................. ....I...... Sergeant; promoted 1st Lieutenant.
2nd Lieutenants-
Edward Mashburn............................................................ 2nd Lieutenant; promoted Major May 10, '62.
John M. Bryan................................................................... Sergeant; promoted 2nd Lieutenant.
Henry M. Sutton.................................................................. Promoted 2nd Lieutenant.
3rd Lieutenant-


















112 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company G-3rd Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN OUT. REMARKS.

ENLISTED MEN.
Ayers, John H........ ...........
Bell. Enoch...................... ..........Sept. 2, 61 .....
Bell, John G............ ................... Died, Camp Chase January 19, '65.
Bennett, Samuel......................... July '61 April 20, '05
Bevans, George W........................ Sept. 5, '61 ....................
B evans, W J.......................................................... ... ...... ..........
Blair, W. T.................................. Aug. 19, '61 April 26, '65
B row n, J. :i................. ................... ................. .................
B row n. R euben..................................... ............. ........................
B urnett, Cassel P .............................................................. .....
Burnett, James H......... ......... July 17, '61 ....... ....... Wounded at LaGrange, Ga.
Burnett, P. P......................................................................... Wounded at 1st Manassas; discharged December
Burnett, W illiam ......... ... ....................................... ........................ 24, '03.
Carraway, Frank .... ..........................................
Cana, John C.......................... .....Aug. 9, '61 ...............
Cobb, John.................................. .......................... .... Killed September 20, '63.
Cockran, Ancillo ................ ....... .................. Died in service '62.
Coffee, William ....................... Aug. 9, ........... Wounded and died.
Collier, Oscar W.......................... June '62 ....... ........... Wounded at Bentonville, N. C., March '05.
Coody, Lewis T .................................................. ........................
Coody, Samuel............... ...........................................
Crosby, W ilson J...... .... .. ........................................
Davis, J. ............................ Sept. '62 April 26, '65
Dees, Moses W............................. '2 ..................... Shot, Dallas, Ga., July 22, '84; discharged.
Dyialinski, M. A................................................... Wounded at erryvlle.
Edwards. Anderson................................
Ellison, Thomas J...... ......... .......... .........
Gainey, B. D ................. ........ Aug. 9, '61 ...........
Golding, J. G ........... ...................... ............
SGreen, Charles...... ....................... Aug. 9, '61 ........ ......
Green, James........ ............ Aug. 9, '61 April 26, '65 Shot at Chickamauga, Ga., September '63.
H adden, H enry.................................... ............... .....................
H am lin. Joseph...................................... ..................................
Haddock, John S....... ..... ........ ..... ..........
Haddock, Joshua............................. ................................... Corporal; killed at Perryville November '62.
Hammerville, A. W..................................
Hamilton, Joe ..................... ....... Aug. 9, '1 ..............
H ardee, Theophilus...........................................
Hart, S. B..... ......................... May '61........................ Shot at Murfreetborough May '62.
H enderson, Jasper M ...... ....................................................
H erring, J. E ..................................... ................. ......................
H iggins, Jam es N ..............................................
Hobls. Thomas............................ .. .......... .. .........
H orn, W illiam N .............................. .................. .................
Howell, William W ............................................................... ........ Promoted Corporal.
Hurst, Littleton...... .............. '61 April 26, '65 Wounded at Fort Clinch, Fla., November '61.
Jenknes, Randall...... .............................
Lamb, Abram.... ........................... ept. 2, '61 April 26, '65
Lamb, ............................................................ ....... ........... .. Died at Chattanooga from wounds; buried in ceme-
Lam.............. 2. I 61
Lamb, Jarrod......... ............ Set. 2 '61................ terry at Chattanooga.
Lamb, William.............. ......... Sept. 2, '61 .... ...Killed at Chickamauga September 20, '03; honor-
Leak, John D...................................................... April 20, '65 able mention.
Lee, Farm er............................................ .............. ...........
Leasly, Maddison L ................ .. .....April 26, '65
Livingston, Archibald..................... ................. ........................ Promoted 1st Sergeant.
McCormick, Eli..... ..................... July '61 .... ......... Died of pneumonia October 30, '62 at Knoxville.
McCormick, William...... ............. ..................................... Corporal; killed at Chickamauga.
M cCoy, Styne D .................................................
McCullough, James M...... .... .... ............... ...........
M cCullock, John R ............................... .............. ..............
McDaniel, Duncan........................... May '62 April 26, '65 Shot in left hip; also in left arm.
M cDaniel, Francis M ..... ........ ...............................................
M cDaniel, Samuel...................................... ........................
MeKinney, James............................. ..................................... Killed, September 20, '03.
McLeod, Henry W........................... ..................... April 20, '65 Wounded, September 20, '63.
M artin. James H ........................................ ........................
Mathews Mathew............................ ...................... April 26, '65
M athews, W illiard..... ........... ............................................
M miller, H ...................................... Aug. '61......................
Miller, W illiam J............................. Aug. 27, '61......... .........
Morgan, Reuben......................... Sept. 2, '61 .................
Moseley, B. F............................................. April 26, '65
Moseley, Thomas..... ..................... ..................................... Killed, Perryville November '62.
Moseley, William .................................. April 26, '65
M oon, E gbert C.......................................................... .................
M this, Andrew...... ....... .............. .. .......... ......................
Newman, M............................................................................ Wounded September 20, '3.
N ichols, B ryan................................. ..........................................
N ichols, John.................................. ...... ..... ........................ .
.Osteen, Ezekiel B........ ... .... ..........
Osteen, Leonard........................ .................................. Musician.
Osteen, Thomas..... .................................
Overstreet, Stephen D.... ........ ...... .....................

















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 113

Roll Company G-3rd Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Parker. Joseph P ........ July 22, '61 April 26, '65 Wounded by explosion of shell in the left wrist in
Parker, W illiam J...................... ....................... ........................ Georgia.
Peterson, William J.....:: ......::::::................: : ............
Philips, P. S....... ....... ................. April 26, '65
Philips, R A ........................................................................
Philips, W illiam H .......... ....... ............ .. .............
Porter, W T........... .. .................................
Pridgen, John..... ........... .......
Ramos, Joseph D ........ Sept 2 '61 April 2 '6 Shot at Resaca, Ga., May 21, '4.
Ramsay. William M. j .......t ......................
Rodgers, William 0...... : ....... Sept. '61 Apr'ii26,'65
Rodgers Thomas A.................... ........ .............st Corporal
Rys, William W.... .. .......... ........... ....
Sauls, Jacob............ ...................
aunders, Samuel W ... ............... ........... Wounded September 20, '63.
Saver, Benjam in ..................... ................... ... .. ......................
Sessions, John ....... .................... .............................
Sessions L. M....
Shepard. Thomas....:::::..... ,"
Shortridge, George ..."" ". ... .............::: :....Killed at Perryville October 7, '02.
Smith, Edwin L........ .......... ..
Smith. James W....... ...... .. .... Sergeant.
Smithwick, Robert...... .....::........... ......... ...... geat.
Stebbins. Francis M.... ................. ......... .... April 26, '65
Sutton, John T ..... ............ ............. ...... ..
Button, Thom as......... : ......... .......
utt on W, J ...... ........... ..Aug. 1 Ari 2 '5 Shot at Perryville October 8, '62.
Taylor, Jasper ................................... ........................A pril 26 '65
Townsend. Joseph........... ................ April 26, '65
T ownsend Sam uel...... ............. .............. .......... ..............
Waring, Malachi ............... Mch. 28, '61 April 26, '65 Severely wounded at Dallas May 28, '64.
W arner. Fayette N ................................................................
W atts, John B ................................ ................ ............ .......... Corporal.
W ebb, W A............ ........ .......... 63 April 26, '65
Wech. D. A J ................ April '61 April 26 '65 Wounded Chickamauga, Perryville and Atlanta.
W elch, Jackson .......... ............................................. April 26. '65
West, John.................... .... April 26, '65
West, Timothy .....
West, Garrett W..... ........... ....................
Hidden, Alanson.......... .....................
Whidden, Ferinand M..... ... ................
Whitfield, Francis M...... .. ....................
Whitfield, Joseph I.................... .....
Whitfield. William W................................... ........ Corporal; killed at Dallas. Ga.
White Edward ......... ......... Died, Chattanooga; buried in cemetery there.
W illiam s, Jam es P........................... ............ .............. ......................
Williams, J. M................................ April 26, '65
Williams, J. W.... .......... .............April 26, '65
Williams, R. L ................J... ..ly 4, '61 April 20, '65 Wounded at Bentonville, N. C., March 19. '65.
W inburn, Nicholas........................... ........................................
Witt. W, W.......... ......... ..........
Young, James M ............... ....... ...... ...... Killed near Missionary Ridge.
Zipperer. John M ............................................... ... .............


Roll Company H (Jefferson Rifles)-3rd Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMEB. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
William 0. Girardeau.................. Aug. 10 '61 ..................... Captain; resigned '62 to take charge of Jefferson
Academy.
Mathew Harvey Strain.............. Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '65 3rd Lieutenant; promoted Captain '62.
2st Lieutenant-
SE. Johnson...................... Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '65 Re-enlisted '62 at Quincy.
2nd Lieutenants--
Thomas L. Shehee...................... Aug. 10. '61 ....................... Re-enlisted '62 at Quincy; killed at Perryville,
Ky.. August 8, '62.
Thomas J. Moore...................... ....................... April 26, '65 Promoted 2nd Lieutenant.
3rd Lieutenafits-
A. Campbell McCants.................. Aug. 10, '61 .....................: lst Sergeant; promoted 3rd Lieutenant; failed of
re-election at the reorganization May, '62, and
went into the Nitre Bureau.
Aborn Harris............................. Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '65 Sergeant; re-enlisted'62; promoted 3rd Lieutenant,
L. Q. C. Lingo............................... Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '65 Promoted 3rd Lieutenant; shot at Kennesaw
Mountain, June 24, '64.



















114 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company H (Jefferson Rifles)-3rd Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

ENLISTED MEN.
Adams, George W........................ Aug. 10, '61 ....................... Promoted Sergeant at reorganization; killed, at
Akridge, Asa W............................. Sept. 10, '61 .................. Dallas, Ga., '64.
Aldrich, William N.......................... Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '65 Re-enlisted at Quincy '62.
Andrews, James W..................... Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '65 Re-enlited at Quincy '62.
Atkinson. Henry D........................ Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '65 Re-enlisted at Quincy '62.
Baker, Benjamin J........................ Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '65 Re-enlisted at Quincy '62.
Beal. Frank....................................... Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '65 Re-enlisted at Quincy '62.
Braswell.................................. Aug. 10 '61.......... ......... discharged at reorganization '62. -
Bryan, Needham N....................... Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '65 Re-enlisted '62; wounded September 20, '63.
Bryant, William............................... Aug. 10, '61 ........ .......... Re-enlisted '62; transferred to Co. A.
Callahan. T hom as.................................................... .................
Carpenter, Armour J............... Aug. 10, '61 ........ ... Re-enlisted '62; died in hospital '62.
Carroll, Charles Thomas................ Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '65 Promoted 1st Sergeant and to Captain when in
prison; in battles of Perryville, Jackson, Mur-
freeshorough, Chickamauga, and was captured
at Missionary Ridge and imprisoned at Fort
S)elaware.
Cassildy, Norman............................ Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '5 Re-eisted at Quincy '62
Care, Charles F...... .... .....Aug. 10, '(il .........Discharged for disability '62.
Charri, Charles ............................. Aug. 29, '61 April 2 '65
Clarke. T hom as L ........... ............... .............. ........................
Cole, Silas.................................... Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '65
Cole. William L................ .......... Aug. 10, '61 ...................... Discharged '62, under age.
Cuthbert, Isaac..... ................. Aug. 29, '61 ..................... Discharged '62, under age.
Cuthbert, John A............................ Aug. 29 '61 ................. Corporal promoted Sergeant; was in prison at
Point Lookout, Md., at close of war.
Deal, Henry C..... .................. Aug. 13, '61 ................. Discharged for disability.
Dixon, Lemel.............................. Aug. 10, '61 ........ .... Killed at Murfreesborough.
Ellenwood, William ...................... Aug. 10, '61 ....................... Discharged in '62; under age.
Fennell, James J............................. Aug. 10, ......... ......... Captured at Missionary Ridge, '63; and died in
prison.
Gale, Alexander................................ Aug. 10, '61 ............ ........ Died in hospital.
Gale, Hiram...................... ...... Aug. 10, '61 April 26, 65 Wounded in right leg and right hand at Resaca
Ga. Mav 8 '64.
Gilchrist. William G........... Au. '.............. Aug. 1, ........................ Transferred to Co. D, died in hospital at Mobile.
Gilmer. George R.............................. Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '65
Granger, Hiram.............................. Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '65
Granger, Mathew.......................... Aug. 10, '61 .................. Discharged 1862; disability.
Grantham, William R...................... Aug. 10, '61 ................ Discharged in '63; disabled from wounds. Shot
Green. Christopher B..................... Sept. 23, '61 April 26, '65 through right hip at Perryville, Ky. Oct. 8, 1862.
Ham, Ichabod................................... Aug. 10 '61 ...................... Died in hospital in '63.
Harp, Augustus C.......................... Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '65 Wounded, Sept. 20, '63.
Harp, John L.................................... Aug. 10 '61 ......... .... Discharged in '61; disabled.
Hassell. Solomon..M........................ Aug. 10. '61 April 26, '65
Hart. S. B............................... ..... Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '65
Hay, John E.............................. Aug. 10, 6 ........................ Discharged in '62; disability.
Hay, Noah....................................... Aug. 10, '61 ............. Discharged in '62; disability.
Hemming, Charles C.............A......... ug. 10, '61 April 26 65 Transferred to Company A.
Hersch. Herman.............................. Aug. 10 '6 April 26, '65 Captured in '64.
High. James ............................... Aug. 10, '61 ............ ... Died in hospital, '63.
Holtzhew. James........................ Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '65 Captured and sent to Camp Norton, Ind.
Horton, Whitmil H..........................Aug. it, .. ............. Discharged in '62; disabled.
Houston, William S...............S 61.................... Sept. '6... rporal.
Johnson, Benj. W.............................. Oct. '61 ............ .... Discharged in '62; disabled, re-enlisted in Cavalry.
Johnson. George P............ e. '6.................e. ... ...... ied in service.
Johnsn, James i ...................... Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '65 Sergeant 1 year; returned to;anks on re-organiza-
tion.
Johnson. William; R...................... Au 0 61 ...................... Corporal, killed at Dallas, Ga.
Jordan. John W.............................. Aug. 10, '61 April 26. '65 Corporal.
Kle J. W. ............................. .. Aug. 10, 6 April 2, '65
Kyle Theodore.................................. Aug.10 '61 ................ Killed at lurfreesboro Jai. 2, '63.
Lastinger, Berry L......................... Aug. 13, '1 ..................l Disharged in '62; disability, accidental wound at
Letchworth. William H.............. Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '65 New Smyrna.
McAdams, James P....... .......... Aug. 10, '6l ... ........ Discharged in '63; disabled, wounded in ,leg at
McClellan, Firank M..... ... ..... Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '65 Murfreesboro. Jan. 3, '63.
Mclellan, James J............. .. .A. ug. 20, '61 ....................... Died at Fernandina '61.
McGehee, John............................. Aug. 10, '61 ................... Missing at Murfreesboro.
McDermott, John........................ Aug. 10, '61 .................... Captured at Dalton, Ga. May 13,'64 and died at
McNeill, L................ .................. ......... April 9, '65 Camp Morton, Ind. Sept. 10, '64; No. of Grave
Manning, Simeon............. ........ ...................... April 26. '65 1117, Green Lawn Cemetery.
M ay. A lbert................................................... ........... A pril 26, '65
Mershon, Henry............................. Aug. 10, '61 .. .......... Discharged, '62; disabled.
Mershon. Martin L.......................... Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '65
Moody, Lemuel C.......................... ......... April 26, '65 Died Nov. 26, '09.
Moon, Egbert C.............................. Aug. 9, '6 .......... ........... Killed at Dallas, Ga.
Nickols, Bryan................................ Aug. 10, '61.................
Pacetti, Dennis J............................. Nov. 17, '61 April 26, '
Palmer, S. A........................ .. ay ................. Paroled from prison, close of war.
Partridge, B. W.........................................April 26 '65 Transferred to 15th Confederate Cavalry.
Pasco, Samuel.............................. Aug. 10, '61 April 26 '65 Sergeant.
Peacock, Alfred J............................ Sept. 12, '61 April 26. '6
Peeler, Wilbur T.............................. Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '65 Transferred to Cavalry.
Pettus, John G........ .................... Au 10, '61 ..................... Killed in action.





















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 115


Roll Company H (Jefferson Rifles)-3rd Florida Infantry.
(CoNTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Pettus, Thomas L........... ...... .... .......................... killed at Jackson, Miss., July 10. '63.
Proctor, Henry L.................... Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '65
Philips, W illiam H ........................................ ........................
Raysor, Mich l .............................. Aug. 10, '61 ........................ W wounded. Sept. 20, '63; died in service.
Reaves, Daniel A...................... May '62 ....... .......... Shot through upper part of body at Chickamauga
Ga. Sept. 20, '63; died October 30, '1902.
Reeves, James...... ................. Aug. 10. '61 ................... Died in service.
R eeves, R G ........................................................ ........................
Reeves, Samuel....................... Aug. 10, '61 .................. .... Died from disease at Ocala, '62.
Reeves. Solomon ............ ... Aug. 10 '61........................ Musician, died in service.
Richardson, William M.................... Aug. 10, '61 ...................... Unaccounted for.
Roberts John L............. Aug. 1 ........................
Roberts. John P.......... ..... Aug. 10 '61 ...........
Rouse. John....................... Aug. 10 '61 April 26. '65
Russell, William E..........................Dec 7 '61 April 26, '65
Sauls. Daniel........................ .... ........................ Discharged Dec. 17. '61; disability.
Sauls David....................... .... Aug. 10, '61 ........................ Discharged in '62; disability.
Scott, Edmund ................... Aug. 10, '61 April 20, '65 Wounded in left arm at Kennesaw Mountain, July
'64.
Scott. James E............................... Aug. 20, '61 April 2 '65
Scruggs, Solomon M................. May 62 April 26, '65
Scruggs, William H....... ..... May '62
Sealey, Fredric W............................ Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '65 Wounded and left on the field at Perryville'Ky.'62;
Oct. 8, shot in left hip, died Nov. 30, 1890.
Shackelford, A. W.................... Aug. 10, '61............ Discharged May, '62; under age.
Sheppard, William;M................. Aug. 10, '61 ................... Discharged in 62; under age.'
Simmons. Frank R....................... Aug. 10 1 .................... Discharged May, '62; under age.
Sledge, A. Darius.......... ............. Aug. 10. '61 ........... ...... Died in service, '63; Nostalgia.
Sledge, Ellsbury T...... ..... Aug. 10 '61................... Died in service, '63; Nostalgia.
Sloan, James ........................ ...... 10. '61 ............ Killed.
Sloan, Thomas M......... ... Aug. 31. '61 April 26, '65
Smith, Clarence W.................... Aug. 10. '61 April 26, '65 Promoted Corporal of Color Guard.
Smith, Loyd S............ .... Aug. 10. 61...............
Smith, Wliam J............................. Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '65
Snow. James S. M............. Aug. 10, '61 April 26. '65 Promoted Sergeant Major.
Smiley, John C....... .... ...... Aug. 10. '61 ......................
Sparks. John A.....................Aug. 10 '61 April 26 '5
Sparks Thomas...................... Aug. 10. '61 April 26, '65
Stebbins. Charles H.......................... Aug. 10. '61 April 26. '65 Corporal, promoted Sergeant; Sergeant Major,
Adjutant.
Taylor. Joseph ........................... Aug. 10, '61 ...... ... Sergeant, wounded Chickamuga '63; elected
Taylor, L. L................... ......... Aug. 10. '61 April 26. '65 Sheriff and discharged in '63. Died in '64.
Taylor William R........................ Aug. 10. '61 April 26, '65 Transferred to Cavalry.
Thoms, John P.......... .... Aug. 10, '61 ........................ Died in hospital.
Tucker, Thomas Ware.................... Aug. 10, '61 ........................ Died in Jackson, Miss.
Townsend, Samuel A.......... Aug. 10 '61......................
Ulmer, Charles P...................... Aug. 10, '61 ........................Corporal, killed at Missionary Ridge.Tenn. carrying
colors of Regiment.
Walker, Alfred W.......................... Aug. 10 '61 .................Died in service.
Walker. Archibald J................. Aug. 10. '61 April 26. '65
Walker. George...... .............. Aug. 10. '61 April 20, '65 Honorable mention at Chickamauga and was killed
at that place Sept. 20, '63.
Walker, George W................. Aug. 10. '61 ................. Killed at Chikeamauga Tenn. '63.
Walker, Jesse W..... ............... Aug. 10. '61 April 26, '65
Walker, J. Wesley................... Aug. 10. '61 April 26, '65 Transferred to Co. D.
Walker, Michml .................... Aug. 10. '61 ...........Corporal, died in service.
Walker. William B.............. Aug. 10. '61 April 26. '65
Washington J. W.................. Aug. 10. '61 ..................
W est, Henry...................................... Aug. 10. '61 ....... ..... Died in service.
West. John.............................. Aug. 10. '61 April 26 '65
Weston. Joel A. T............ ... Aug. 10, '61 ...................... Died in hospital at Montgomery in '65.
Wethington, John W......................... Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '65 Discharged in '62. under age; re-enlisted in '62 tor
three years. Wounded twice at 1erryville, Ky.,
in '63.
Wlitehurst Levi J........................Aug. 10 '61 .....Mustered out in '62.
Williams, Charles ...................... Aug. 10, '1 ............ .... Died Aug. '61 at Fernandina; first death in Con-
Williams, Darius............................ Aug. 10 '61 April 26, '65 pany after entering service.
Wilford, F. NM. T.................... Aug. 10. '61April 26, '65
Wolfe. Howell ........ ......... Aug. 10, '61'April 26 '5 Wounded, Chickamauga Sept. 20, '63.


Roll Company I (Dixie Stars)-3rd Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
Jese Wood......................... ... Aug. '61 R.ir ,-Il May 10, 1862.
Charles H. Ross.................. Aug. 61 lI ri'l n.l I.i. tenant, promoted Captain and captured
at Nashville.


















116 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company I (Dixie Stars)-3rd Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
A'.EB. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Ist Lieutenant-
John L. Dozier.................. Aug. '61 April '65
and Lieutenants-
Green H. Hunter......................... Aug. '61 ...................... Transferred to Co. E, 9th Regiment.
Leroy Smith......................... Aug. '61 ................. Resigned April 23, '63,
William Ross....... ................... Aug. '61 ................. Promoted 2nd Lieutenant.
3rd Lieutenants-
Levi Smith....................... Aug. '1 ....... .... Promoted 3rd Lieutenant, resigned April 23, '63.
Robert S. Paschall....................... Aug. 10, '61 April 26, '65 Promoted Lieutenant Sept. 3, '63; wounded Sept.
20, '63.
ENLISTED MEN.
Harbor. Samuel ..................... ..... Aug. '61 April '65
Beaufort. Fleming A....................... Aug. '61 ......... ......... Died in hospital at Rinegold. Ga. '63.
Bleammer Lewis......................... Au. '61 ....... ....Catured in Jacksonville, '62. Mar. 5: at Brick
Bowles, George................................ Aug. '61 ........................ church.
Brinkley, Allen...................... ........ Aug. '61 ....... ....Corporal, killed.
Brown, James... .............. .... Aug. '61 .........
BIryan, James H................. ........ Aug. '61 ..................
Bryan, J. Madison............................ Aug. '61... ....
Bryant, John C.................... ......... Aug. '61 ....................... Mortally wounded at Perryville, Ky.
Calahan, James R......................... Aug. '61 ....................... Killed Murfreesboro, Jan. 2, '63.
Calahan, John C .................. .......... Aug. '61 ........................
Callahan, John W.............................. Aug. 14, '61 ......................Paroled from Camp Chase prison 0. at close of war.
Callahan, T. J ............................. Aug. '61 ....... ....Captured at Nashville, imprisoned at Camp Chase
Callahan. William S................... Aug. '61 .............. and paroled June 13, '65.
Chastain, James T ......................Aug. '1 ... Paroled from Camp Chase June 12, '65.
Clarke, William H ............................ Aug '61
Clemonds, William....... .... Aug. '61 ................ Musician.
Cobb. Absolem............. ......... A '61 ..
Cook, William........................... ... Aug. '61 April '65
Covington, Samuel.................. Aug. '61... ....
Curry. Jam es ............................ Aug. '61 ... ..........
Edwards, James............................... Aug. '61 ...
Ellis, T. B............................... ........ Aug. '61 ..
Fielding, James J............. ........... Aug. 10, '61 ........................ Shot at Murfreesborough Tenn. Dec. 3, '62.
Garganit, David................. ................
G ear, W illiam ......................... '61 .... ...........
Godfrey. John M........................ Aug. '61 April '65
Grant, Osborn W ........................... Aug. '61 ... ...........
Grant. W illiam C.......... .... Aug. '61 .......... ........
Herndon, Charles S......... .......... Aug. '61 ....... ..... Sergeant; killed at Dallas, Ga., May 28, '64.
Herring, Daniel......... ..... Aug. '61 ..................Died in prison.
Herring..W. W...... ........... May '62 ........... .....
H icks, Jose h............................... Aug. '61 ...................
Holloway, William................. Aug. '61 .......... ......... Wounded September 20, '63.
Horn, Elijah F.............. .... Aug. '61 April '65
H orn, J. R ...........................
Hunt, James A............. Aug 10. '61 .................... Paroled from prison at Rock Island May 28, '65.
Hunt. Madison ... .............. Aug. '61 .................
Hunter, Thompson.......................... Aug. 'l1 ................ Died in hospital.
Hurlington, Theodecius..... .... Aug. '1(i ........ ........ ost richt arm at Chickamauga '63.
Hurlingon,, V. W. A................ Au. '61.................. Wounded, Pine Moutain June 14, '64.
Hurhjtigson, T. A ......................... Aug. 10, '61 ........................ Lost left hand at Chickamauga September 20, '63.
Hluching Ingli, enry ..................... ........ ....April '65
Jernigan W ............................. .. ........................ ........................
Keene, Jackson .......................... .......... ..............
Long T ...... .. ..................................... ................ .
McCollum, Robert.......... ............................................ Wounded at Chickamauga September 20, 63.
McCov, Thomas.....................
McCullum. John D ...................... ............... ...... Sergeant.
McCullum, John W..... ........................
M cK ensie John............ ..................................... .....................
Parker, Joseph............................ ..................... ................
Peacock. John G ..................................... ....... ........ ... ....
Perryman, Neil A.............. .. ................ April '61 Transferred to 26th Georgia.
P eterson. A lbert................................................ .........
Polk. Colum bus C ............................ ................ ....... ......
Rather, Augustus ....................... ................ ... April '65
Raulerson, James........................... Aug. '61 April '65
Rawls, W. T...................... Aug. '61 .........
Rewis, Andrew J............................ Aug. '61 April 65
Rewis, O e iah ..................... .......... Aug. '61 ........................ Killed.
Sellars. William L...................... Aug. '61 April '65
Smith, Ezekiel C ............................. Aug. '61 ............. Wounded September 20, '63; killed at Perryville.
Smith, E. S............................................................. April '65
Smith, Henry ........................... Aug. '61 April '65 Wounded at Perryville, Ky., october 11, '62.
Smith, John D................................. Aug. '61 April '65 Wounded September 20 '63.
Taylor, Joseph K........................ Aug. 10, '61 April '65 Transferred to Co. D, 4th Regiment; wounded at
Tompkins, Donal................... Aug '61 April '65 Pine Mountain, Ga., June 14, '64.
Tompkins, John W.......... .. Aug. '61 April '65
Verrett. Edlward .............. Aug '61 .......................
Wadsworth, Thomas C......... Aug. '61 ......... Killed at Murfreesborough January 2, '63.
Walker, Elbert................................ Aug. .. 61 ........... .






















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 117


Roll Company I (Dixie Stars)-3rd Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
AMEfe IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Walker, Gilbert........................... Aug '61 ....... .......... Corporal.
walker, Thomas..... ......... Aug. 61........................
Webb, T. B .................................................. ........ April '65
Williams, James W...... ...... Aug. '61...........
Wiley, David M................... Aug. '61 ... ...........
Wiley, Gardner E......... ..... Aug '61...
Winiges, S. H.............. ........................ ril '65
Woodward, William H................ Aug. '61
Young. George W......... ... Aug '61 April '65
Young. Patrick H:......................................... April '65 Shot through the liver at Meridian, Miss., '64.


Roll Company K (Columbia and Suwannee Guards)-3rd Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. .IN. OUT, REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
W illiam G. Parker....... ...................................................... ... Died.
Simon J. Stallings........................ Aug. '61 April '65 1st Sergeant; promoted Lieutenant; then Captain.
Ist Lieutenant-
Thomas C. Strange ..................... Aug. '61 ........................ Killed at Brick Church near Jacksonville, Fla.
2nd Lieutenants-
Nathan M. Daniel...... ............61........................ Resigned March 20, '63.
Melvil B. Gerry................... Aug. '61 April '65 Promoted 2nd Lieutenant.
3rd Lieutenants--
Mathew W. Postell................................... April '65 Sergeant; promoted 3rd Lieutenant.
Littleton Hurst...................................... ............... Promoted Lieutenant.
ENLISTED MEN.
Barr, Robert............................... Aug. '61 ....................
Bennett, Jesse............. .................. Aug '6.. .....
Bloom. George W........... ... Aug. '61 ... ........
Block, Neil..... ................... '61 .... ...........
Boyd, Calvin.......................... ...........
Bray, Charles................................'61...... ......... Honorable mention at Chickamauga.
Clements, Thomas........................... '61 ...
Cobb, Samuel 8............................... '61....... .... Musician.
Colem an, W illiam .:....... ................. '61 ... ...........
Cox John......................................... ... .....
Craven. W illiam B ........................... '61 ... ..............
Curl, Elisha.... ........... :............ A ril 'G.
Curl, Jas er...................................... '6 A april
Curl, W illiam II...... ...... ...... .... April .6
D ixon, Hl enry ...................... ............ '< ........................
Dixon, hery................
D runaway, John ...................... ........................
D use, W ashington;.......................... 61 ........................
Edwards, John C...................... .. '1 ..
Feagle, M ichael................................ '.....
Frazer, Sam uel E........................ .......................
Ganing, John ( ............................. 'i ....
Gerry, Robert 1............ .........'1.........
Godwin, Arthur....... .................. 61 .......................
Godwin. W iley........................... '1 ....... ...........
G ray, A llen........ .............. 61 ........................
Groover, W esley................................ '61 ....
Guthrie, John C..... .................. '61 .......................
Hallwanger, Elmon................... '61 April '65 Corporal.
Hatch, Thomas.............................. '61 ....... ........... Died at Camp Chase March 8, '65.
Haynes James J........................ '61 ... ........
Holland, James........................... '61 ...........
Johns, Jerem iah............................... '61 ...... .. ....
Johnson, Alexander....... ............... '61.. ............
Johnson, Thom as..... ......'61 ......................
Johnson, Thomas L......... .......... May 3, '61 April '65 Wounded at Perryville, Ky., October 8, '62.
Keene, Humphrey........................ '61 ......................
K eene M ills............... ............................................. ................... D deserted.
Knight, John G. A .............................A ..........
M ally, Pierce............................... ........ ri '61 Wounded at Perryville, Ky., October 8, '62.
M cN air, Sam uel C..... .................. ..... ............. ..................
Marcum, A. J................................... Sept. '61 April 26, '65
M ills, John M .............................. ....................... ........................ Corporal.
M iller, Jam es B.... ........ ........................................................ Musician.
Parker, Little B.... ........................................... ................
Peacock, Washington.................... ..........
Platt, William ............................... April '65 Promoted Lieutenant in Captain Lesley's Co., 7th
Florida Regiment.
Pympton, Joseph R......................... ........... April '65 Promoted Sergeant; wounded at Murfreeshorough,
January 3, '63; disabled; shot at Resaca, Ga.,
Pryso k. W illiam B ........................................................ ........... M ay 14, '64.































118 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company K (Columbia and Suwannee Guards)-3rd Florida Infantry.
(COIrmNUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Rodgers, Dale D............. .......... ......Aug '1 ................. Corporal.
Rodgers, James F........................... Aug. '61
Raulerson, Hawes..................... Aug. '61 ... ..........
Raulerson, Jackson........................ Aug. '61 ........ ...Killed at Gettysburg.
Smith, David........................................... .... April '65
Smith, James A.......................... Aug. '61 ...........
Smith, Joseph B.............................. Aug. '61.........
Smith, Mitchell F............. .......Aug. '61.......
Smith, William J............. ........ Aug. '61..........
Swales, James R........................ Aug. '61 ...... ...Corra.
Swinny. Thomas................... Aug. '61 ....................
Stewart, Alphonzo A................. Aug. '61 ....................
Stewart. Ezekiel................... Aug. '61 ..................
Traitt, William..................... Aug. '61 ..................
Tuton, Evans..... ................... '61 .... ................
Union, John F............................... '61 .... ................
Vass. Jam es T................................ '61 ........................
W alker. James H ............................. '61 ....
W ard, James H................................ '61 ... ...........
Witt, Adam C........ .............. .. '61 April '65
Witt, David A.................................. July 1, '61 Aril '65 Lost hearing by explosion of shell at Missionary
Witt, Jacob................................ July 61 Aril '65 Ridge, Tenn., November 25, '63.
Wilcox. George W.....................'61.... ......
Wood, Burrzella........................... '61 ... ......... Killed.
W ood, J. ......... .................................................. April '6
Zetterower, James W..................... July 1, '61 April 26, '65 Captured at Bentonville, N. C.. March 22, '65"
imprisoned at Hart's Island, N. Y., and paroled
from there June 17. '65.


















FOURTH FLORIDA INFANTRY


Early in the spring of 1861, ten more companies of volunteers were organ-
ized as the Fourth Florida Regiment of Infantry and mustered into service on
July 1, 1861, with Edward Hopkins of Jacksonville as Colonel; M. Whitsmith,
Lake City, Lt-Colonel; and W. L. Bowen as Major. This regiment was composed
of the following companies: Co A, Gadsden County; Co B, Franklin County; Co C,
Madison County; Co D, Columbia County; Co E, Columbia F& Lafayette Counties; Co F,
Bradford County; Co G, Marion & Levy Counties; Co H, Washington & Levy Counties;
Co I, Jackson County; Co K, Hillsborough County. Upon completion of its organi-
zation, the regiment was assigned to duty mainly on the Gulf coast.

In May 1862 the regiment was reorganized. J. P. Hunt was elected Colonel;
W. L. Bowen, Lt-Colonel and Edward Badger, Major, Colonel Hunt died Sentember 1,
1862 at Chattanooga and Lt-Colonel Bowen became Colonel; Major Badger, Lt-Colonel
and Captain John T. Leslie, Major.

The Fourth Regiment became a part of Bragg's Army, being assigned to General
Forrest's command. In this command they were engaged at Nashville and on its
return to Murfreesborough, the regiment went into camp and remained until late
in December 1862. On the morning of December 28, 1862, it was ordered to the
Lebanon Pike where it engaged the enemy. On December 28, the 1st, 3rd and 4th
Florida were brigaded under General William Preston. This brigade and Palmer's
were the last of General Breckinridge's command transferred to the west side of
Stone River December 31st and made the final and unsuccessful assault on the
Federal center. The 1st and 3rd Florida, under Colonel William Miller, gained
the cedar brake, so prominent in that action. In the battle of Murfreesborough
the Fourth Florida, 458 strong, 163 men were killed and wounded and 31 were re-
ported missing.

In May, 1863, the brigade, under General M. A. Stovall, was transferred to
Mississippi, under General Johnston, to relieve Vicksburg. On July 1, General
Johnston reported that "a party of skirmishers of the 1st, 3rd and Lth Florida,
47 Georgians and Cobb's Battery struck the enemy's flank and captured 200 prisoners
and the colors of the 28th, l4th and 53d Illinois Regiments. "

On September 20th the 1st, 3rd and hth, still with General Stovall, took part
in the battle of Chickamauga and again were distrenched. At the battle of Mission-
ary Ridge, the 4th carried in 172 men, and all except 18 were either killed, wounded
or captured. At Dalton, on February 23, 1864, the 4th was consolidated with the
1st Cavalry, dismounted, which had lost all its field officers, and of 200 men
engaged in Missionary Ridge only 33 men were left. The consolidated 1st and hth
took part in all the campaigns until the final surrender in North Carolina at the
close of the war.
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FOURTH FLORIDA REGIMENT.

Early in the spring of 1861 ten more companies of volunteers were or-
ganized as the 4th Florida Regiment of Infantry and mustered into service
July I, 1861, with Edward Hopkins of Jacksonville, Fla., as Colonel; M.
Whitsmith, Lake City, Fla., Lieutenant-Colonel; W. L. Bowen, as Major;
Lieut. Edward Badger, Adjutant; Capt. James McCay, Quartermaster; Dr.
W. S. Weedon, Surgeon; J. M. Kilpatrick, Sergeant-Major; J. P. McLaugh-
lin, Quartermaster-Sergeant; and the following companies and captains:
Capt. Charles A. Gee, Gadsden county, Co. A; Adam W. Hunter, Frank-
lin county, Beauregard Rifles, Co. B; Capt. William H. Dial, Madison county,
Co. C; William A. Shefield, Columbia county, Co. D; Thomas A. McGhee,
Columbia and LaFayette counties, Co. E; James P. Hunt, New River county,
(Bradford), Co, F; William Fletcher, Marion and Levy counties, Co. G; W.
F. Lane, Washington and Liberty counties, Co. H; Joseph B. Barnes, Jack-
son county, Dixie Boys, Co. I; John T. Leslie, Hillsborough county, Co. K.
Upon the completion of its organization the Regiment was assigned to duty
mainly on the Gulf coast, Companies D, E and K being stationed at Tampa
Bay; F at Cedar Keys; B, E and I at St. Marks; Companies H and G at Fer-
nandina until the evacuation of that place March, 1862, when they were
ordered to Camp Langford near Jacksonville. Details from Companies F
and C, of the 2nd Florida under command of Capt. Walter B. Moore, on July
4, 1861, took the steamer Madison and captured three schooners loaded with
railroad irons, and Major Bowen in command of Tampa captured two sloops
with their crews.
In May, 1862, the Regiment was reorganized. J. P. Hunt was elected
Colonel; W. F. L. Bowen, Lieutenant-Colonel; and Edward Badger Major.














SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 119

Colonel Hunt died September I, 1862, at Chattanooga, Lieutenant-Colonel
Bowen becoming Colonel; Maj. Edward Badger, Lieutenant-Colonel; and
Capt. John T. Leslie was promoted Major.
The 4th Regiment became a part of Bragg's Army, being assigned to
General Forrest's command; and in this command were engaged at Nash-
ville. On its return to Murfreesborough the Regiment went into camp and
remained until late in December, 1862. On the morning of December 28,
1862, it was ordered to the Lebanon Pike, where it engaged the enemy. On
the afternoon of December 28 the Ist, 3rd and 4th Florida were brigaded
under Gen. William Preston. This brigade and Palmer's were the last of
General Breckenridge's command transferred to the west side of Stone River
December 31, and made the final and unsuccessful assault on the Federal
center. The 1st and 3rd Florida, under Col. William Miller, gained the
cedar brake so prominent in that action; and the 4th, under Colonel Bowen,
advanced as far but with much heavier loss. In the engagement the 4th
lost 55 killed and wounded. It captured 250 rifles from the enemy. Ordered
back to the cast side of the river it was again with Breckenridge January 2,
1863, where it did splendid service; being the last regiment to leave the field
and made a gallant fight to save the brigade battery, sustaining heavy loss.
First Lieut. S. D. Harris, commanding Co. I, was mortally wounded and left
on the field. Sergt. L. N. Miller and Adj. C. C. Burke were also wounded.
In this battle, Murfreesborough, the 4th, 458 strong, lost 163 killed and
wounded, and 31 missing.
In May, 1863, the brigade, under Gen. M. A. Stovall, was transferred to
Mississippi, under General Johnston, to relieve Vicksburg. On July I Gen-
eral Johnston reported that "a party of skirmishers of the Ist, 3rd and 4th
Florida, 47 Georgians and Cobb's Battery struck the enemy's flank and
captured 200 prisoners and the colors of the 28th, 45th and 53d Illinois Regi-
ments.
On September 20 the Ist, 3rd and 4th, still with General Stovall, took
part in the battle of Chickamauga and again were distrenched. At the battle
of Missionary Ridge the 4th carried in 172 men, and all except 18 were either
killed, wounded or captured. At Dalton, on February 23, 1864, the 4th was
consolidated with the Ist Cavalry, dismounted, which had lost all its field
officers, and of 200 men engaged at Missionary Ridge only 33 effective men
were left. The consolidated Ist and 4th took part in all the campaigns until
the final surrender in North Carolina at the close of the war. On June 9,
1862, the 4th Regiment mustered 926 men and 47 officers; on April 26 it
surrendered 23 men.

Roll, Field and Staff-4th Florida Infantry.

MUSTERED MUSTERE
NAMFS. IN. OUT. REMARKS.
Colonels-
Edward Hopkin.......................... July '61....................... Retired at reorganization May '62,
J. P. Hunt................... .. ......... July '61 ...... ......... ... Promoted Colonel May '62" died September 1. '62.
W. L. L. Bowen ........................ ................... April 26, '5 Promoted Colonel; honorable mention at Chicka-
Lieutenant-Colonels- mauga.
M. W hit Smith......................... July '61 .................. Resigned at reorganization.






















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(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS

W. L. L. Bowen................... ....July '61 ........................ Promoted Lieutenant-Colonel at reorganization
Edgar Badger.......................... July '1 April 26, '65 May 10, '62.
Majors-
W. L. L. Bowen.............. July '61 April 20, '65 Promoted Colonel.
SJohn T. Leslie...... ....... July '61............. .... Captain; promoted Major; resigned.
Jacob A. Lash.......................................... July '1 .... Captain; promoted Major; captured and died on
Surgeon- Johnson Island May 21, '65; grave No. 174.
Assistant-Surgeons-
Hamilton M. Weeden..... .......... July '61 April 26, '65
R obert J. Bigelow........................ ......... ........................
Adjutants-
Edward Badger.......................... July '61 April 26, '65 Promoted Lieutenant-Colonel.
C. C. Burke..... ................. July '61 April 26, '65 1st Lieutenant; resigned November 5, '63.
Sergeant-Major-
J. M. Kilpatrick..................... July '61 April 20, '65
Quartermasters-
James McKay.............. ........... July '61 Aprl 26. '65
H L. Crane......... ..................................... ........................
Commissary-
H. G. Townsend..................... July '61 April 20, '05
Quartermaster-Sergeant-
J. P. McLaughlin .y........ .... July '61 April 26,'65
Commissary-Sergeant-
Chaplain-
R. L. Wiggins.............................. .............. .. Resigned February 11. '65.


Roll Company A-4th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARfS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
Charles A. Gee............................ July '61 ..................
Ist Lieutenants-
William E. Gorman.................... July '61 ... .........
A. S. Owens............. ....................... April 26, '65 Promoted Ist Lieutenant; honorable mention at
2nd Lieutenants- Chickamauga,
D avid Gee............................................. ........ .... .... .... ....... Retired at reorganization.
Henry H. Spear..................... July '61 ...... ... Sergeant; promoted 2nd Lieutenant; resigned
November 4, '63.
G. W. Reynolds................................ ............................. Promote 2nd Lieutenant; resigned March 14, '64.
3rd Lieutenants-. a 4 .(., .
Jam es A B lack................................. ......................... ...........
Seligman M. Davis....................... ............................................... Corporal; promoted 3rd Lieutenant.
ENLISTED MEN.
Alderm an, David............................. .......... ........................
Alderm an, Joseph J..................................................... ............
Andrews, Elishua ......... ... July '61........... Juy 61
Andrews, Owen E...................................
--- Andrews, W. H................................................
B lack, Calvin........... ............................................ ........................
Black, W esley.................................. July '61 .... ...........
Bowman, Samuel.... .................................... ........................
B rown, H ensford D ......................... .......... ........................
Bryan. Archibald B....................... .........
Cargill, Cornelius E ......................... ........ .......... ........................
Cargill. Efford E............................... ..................... April 26, '65
Colleton, Charles B ................................ ............. .......................
Cooper, W. P................................. July '1 ... .........
Decker, E. T.................................. July '61 .....
Dykes, Jacob H...................... May 18 '62 ....... ....... Wounded, Stone River Missionary Ridge; Frank-
lin, Tenn., in '62 and '63.
Edenfield, Joseph W........................ June 19, '61 April 26, '65 Shot at Murfreesborough December 31, '02.
Edwards, C. B........................... July '61 ...............
Evans, Reuben B...... ........ .....................
Fletcher, George W............................................ April 26, '65
Flowers, Leonard W ............................... ............ ....................
Filligan, Jam es J......................................... ........................
Freem an, Thom as J......................... .......... ........................
Garry, John Thomas................. .... ......................................... Corporal.
Gilbourne, H enry J......................... ................. .................
G lisson, Elbert................................................ ................
Glisson, Elisha.. ......... ... .. .......................
G ordan, W illiam F......................... .......... ........................
G ore, Jam es W ..................................... ................................ '
Gore, W illiam W ................................. ...............................



















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NAMES. IN OUT. REMARKS.

Goza, W. W ...........................................
Hardin Adam C............................April '61 April 2, '65 Paroled from prison at close of war.
H aas, W A ......... ................ ................................................ Honorable m mention.
H illiard, W illiam J........................... .......... ......... ........................
H inson, B. F.................................... ........................ April 26, '65
H ouk, George W ..... ..... ........................
Hudson, Benjamin F................. ........................ ................
Jackson, T. H ........ ..................... ........................ April 26, '65
Johnson, Jam es...... .................. ....................... ........................
Johnson. J C.................................... ................. ......................
Johnson, John H............................ July '61 April 20, '65 Wounded at Resaca, Ga.. '63.
Johnson, Martin.......... ................... ........
Johnson, Stephen.......... ..... ........................
Johnson W F............................. .........................April 26, '65
K eadle, W illiam H ....... ................ ........................ ....................... M usidian.
L ong, W eeley.................................... ....................... .......................
Luckie Alonzo T ............................. ........................ ................... sergeant.
M cCardel, Jam es....................................................... ..........
M cCardel, W illiam ........................... .......... ........................
McIntosh, James D................................................. April 26, '65
M c ntosh, .........................................................
McKenzie, John W..................................
McLaughlin, John P............................................ ... t Sergeant.
M cM ullen, John.......................... ................ ............ Musician.
Mc'hatter, Archibald................. July '61 ...................
M cPhatter, John A ................................................ ..................
M artin, N athaniel.................................................... ..................
Mathews, George M............................................................. Died Camp Chase February 15. '65; grave No.
M athews, John C........... .............. .................. ..................... 1298.
M atthews, Thom as F.......................... ......... ........................
M atthews, W illiam ..................... ..........................................
Morgan, Richard M.............................. ........ ..... April 26, '65 Promoted fromiCorporal to Ist Sergeant.
M years, H erm an..... ..................................... ........................
O wens, Silas S.............. ..............................................................
Peacock, M itchell...................................... ..................
Peters, A ndrew J.... ........................................ ...................
Perkins, Jam es P ........................................ ........................
Pittm an, Edward E .... ............... ................. ........................
Posten, J. W ................................... July '61 ..................
Reagan, George............................... July '1 .... .............
Regan, Robert................................ May '61 April 26, '65 Wounded at Murfreesborough, Tenn., January 2
R ow an, W illiam ............................... ........................ ................... 3.
Richards, Jacob D..................................
Rossiter, James............... ..... July '61 ...........
Rossiter, W illiam .......................... ............ ........................
Shaw, R. G ..................................... July '61 ........ ..........
Smith, Francis M........ ............ .. ..............
Spear T. B........................... ... July '61 .........
tandlley, John............................. ........... ........
Stoudam ayer Ansel T...... .............. .................
Stricklandl. Aismnon M ..................................
S tri klaind D avidi ................ ........... .................... ... .............
Tem ple, M ark I ........................... ... .. .......................
Thomnas, F.M ............................. April 18, .................
Thompson, Tobias..................... April 18, '62 ...........
Truman, S. .................. ............................ April 26, '6
Turner, J. ).................................... ......................... April 26, '5
Turner, Alonzo D........................... ...................... April, 26, '65 Promoted Corporal.
Turner, Nathan.... ..................... ...........
Wadkins, George W ................ ................ ...... ...... Corporal.
W arren, W illiam ........ .... .......... .. ............
W eeks, John F .......... ................. .................
Whethersby, John T.......... ........................
Whaley, James S ....... .. .... ........... ............
W haley. M ilton.............u................... uly ... ........
W hitson,, Jam es E ....................... uly '61 .....................
W little, Jam es I ................ ......... .... .... ......... ..........................
W illiam s, John ......... ......... .......... ... .................
Wilson, James...................... ........ .................___


Roll Company B (Beauregard Rifles)-4th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
Adlam W. Hunter........................ ......... .............
Robert Knickmeyer............... .......... ....................... Sergeant; promoted Captain.





















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Roll Company B (Beaureguard Rifles)-4th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

ist Lieutenant-
Reuben L. Harrison............................................. ........
2nd Lieutenants-
John Richards............................... April 30, '61 Aug. '64 Discharged for disability; promoted Lieutenant.
William H. Flower................................................................
Reuben. H. Hall......................
3rd Lieutenant-
Sanders Myers............................... ............ April 26, '65 Wounded at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., November
ENLISTED MEN. 25, '63;.promoted 3rd Lieutenant.
A lbritton, G reen ...... ..................... ................... ......................
A nderson, John B ..... .................................. ........................
Anderson, Robert............................. July '61 ...................
Barnett, W illiam .............................. ..................
Beattel, James..... .................................
Bethel, Alexander G........... ........... .........
B ird. Isreal....................................... .................... .... ................. Prisoner of war.
Bowles. Thomas J............. ........................ Died in service.
Bray, Hamilton W........... ................................................
B rown, W illiam C................................ ............. .......................
B ufkins. Sylvester........................... ........... ........................
B urke, Charles............................................................................. Corporal.
Calhoun, Francis J........................................ ........................
Clifton, Jam es......... ..................................... ........................
Coupe, Edward................................................ .......Corporal.
Cousins, Thomas............................. ........... ..... Corporal.
D aniels, Shilm an................................................
Daniels, J. ..... ............................... .. ... April 26, '65 ....
D avis, Jam es......... ....................................... ........................
Donahue, William.......................................... .... April 26, '65
Emm erson, Charles.......................... .......... ........................
Flemming, Martin................................................... ...........
Fillchett, John K ........................................ ........................
Flower, Jonah B ...................................................... ................... M musician.
F riel, John........ ............................................ ........................
Gibson, W illiam .... ...................................... ........................
H all. Jam es H ................................... ................. .....................
Hall, John M. .......................................
Harden, James..... ......................................... .......... ..... Died Camp Chase April 4. '65; grave No. 1817.
H arrison, Benjam in K ..................... ................................................ 1st Sergeant.
Herndon James................................................ .................. Prisoner of war.
H olm Peter...................................... .................... ......................
Horten, Thomas..................................................................
Iles. Francis.......... ...................................... ........................
ohnson. Andrew..................................... ........................
elber. Luther ..... ........................................... ........................
K ennedy. John...................................................
Key. William....................... ........................ ........................ Musician.
K ruter. D aniel ...... .................................. ........................
Lee. P aul..... ............................. ................................................
Lenighans, John... .. .............. .................... .....................
Leverman, William B.............................................................
Lightfoot, Henry B................... ... ............ Corporal.
Lord. Lewis......................... ................
M cCardle, Abel G ..... ................. ................. ........................
McCardle. Mirabeau B...... ........ .......................
McCardle. Russin..... .......... .........................
M cCauley, Jam es 0............................... ....................... ...
M cClehnon, Jam es E....................... ......... ........................
M cD onald. John.................................................
M cPhadder W iley........................... ........................ ........................ Prisoner of war.
Maddox, Joseph Y..............................................................
M ahoney, Cain....... ..................................... ........................
M ay. A lbert....................................... ................... .....................
M ay, W illiam .................................... ........................ ........................
M illengin. E dw ard........................... ........................ ........................
Moon, Thomas........ ................... ............. Sergeant.
Muller, Thomas R...............................................................
M ullin. John J......... ...................................... ........................
M urkein, Fred......... ...................................... ........................
Norham Robert ..... ..................................... ........................
Oliver, Henry F...... ....... ...... .......... ..... ..........
Paulson, Jacob ...................................... ............. ........................
Pendleton, Stephen P ....... .........................................................
Pennington, S. P...... ............. April 25, '61 April 26, '65 Shot in right arm at Murfreeaborough. Tenn.
Piles. Henry............ ........ ........... December 31, '63.
Powell, Elijah.............................. ............. April 26, '65 Wounded right leg and eye at Missionary Ridge
Register, Anthony J...... ........ ...................... December 27, '63, and captured.
Rohlink. Henry................................ ..................
Sallig, Robert .. ................................................ ............ .... Corporal; disabled.
Sanders, Myers....................... ........................................... Sergeant.
Shalby, August ..... .................................... ........................
Shariot, Benjam in R ...................... ......... ........................
Sheppard. G eorge W ............................................. .....................
Sherdan. James............... ......... ...... ................




















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Roll Company B (Beauregard Rifles)-4th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Sullivan, Jerry.............................................................
Thom as, H enry...... .......................................... ........................
Thom as, Jam es..... .................... ........................ ........................
Wentworth, Charles W................................
Wentworth, George W............................................ April 26, '65 Scalped by a piece of.shell at Murfreesborough
Tenn., January 2, '63; captured and sentrto
prison at Nashville, Tenn.
W entworth, W illiam .................... ........................ ........................ Prisoner of war.
W illiam s, George....................... ........................ ........................
Wingate, Thomas L.................................. Honorable mention; promoted Sergeant.
Worthington, James.............................. .. ................
W orthington, Joseph...................... .................... ........................


Roll Company C-4th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
William H. Dial............. ............ May '65 Promoted Major of 1st Florida Reserves.
J. A. Lash............................. ............................ st Lieutenant; promoted Captain, then Major;
(lied on Johnson's Island, May 21, '65; grave
No. 179.
James B. Parramore........................ ...................... Promoted Ist Lieutenant; then Captain, Trans-
ferred to General Finnegan's Staff as Inspector
General, '64.
John L. Ingles........ ......... ........... May 26, '65 Promoted Captain; '64.
ist Lieutenant-
Aaron S. Pope......... ........ .................. Honorable mention at Chickamauga; promoted
1st Lieutenant.
and Lieutenants-
John M Beggs ............................. ....... .......................
Nathaniel T. Elliot ..... .............................. ....................
George C. Dickle.................................. ............ Honorable mention at Chickamauga.
William H. Edwards........ ............................... Promoted Jr. 2nd Lieutenant.
John H. Stephens.......................... ............................................... Corporal; promoted 2nd Lieutenant for meri-
torious conduct.
ENLISTED MEN.
Adam s George M .............................. ........................ May '65
Bentrol, Casper. ....................... ...................... .. .: .................... Died at Chattanooga, buried in cemetery there.
Bond, Alford........................................................ May 0, '65 Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga., and at Dallas, Ga.
Bond, Nelson
Botyett, William 1I
Braden. J. H.......... I v (.
Brim J. B ............ i:
B rings, John.......... ........ .......... .... ....... ..... .. .................
Brinson, Charles H .................. .................. ... May '
Brinson, John........................ .. .... .... ...... ..................
Borch, G ilson H .................. ..........................
Brock, W illiam G .............. ........ .... ::............ ........I ..................
B row n. John............................................. ...............M ay 0, '65
B unker, Seth H ............................... ................... .............. sergeant.
Bykard, Edmund C ......................... ........................ ... Sergeant.
Caruth, William L............................... ay 9, '65 Shot through side at Murfreesborough, Tenn.,
Clanten, J m e B ........ ....................... .. ....................... January 2, '63.
Clemons, Jasper W..... .......... ..................... ......
Coats, Edward B ................................................ May '5Shot in arm at Dallas, Ga., May 28, '63.
Coats, P. G................ ................. ...... May 12 '65 Wounded at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., December
Coats, William W.......................................... April 26, '(5 27, '63.
Clayton, Samuel B...................... Sept. 5, '61 April 26, '65
Cochrun, W illiam P ................................................ ..................
Collins, John.................................... .......... ........ A pril 26,
Coats, Philip G ..... ....... ............... ..................... .. ........
Cope, Edmond................................... April 26, '6
Daniel, J. ..................... ... ......... .............. April 26, '65
Davis, George W ............................................... .... ... ............ Sergeant
Dean, Charles E ................ ........... ...... ................... ........
D ean, Jam es......................... ........................... .... ....... ......
)evane, Benjam in F........................ ..............
Devane, Samuel R................ .... ........ ........
Dougerts, James A............................ .... ................
Triggers, Elishu...... ..... .................
D riggers, Joh n I................................ ........................ ...................
D riggers, W illiam ....... ...................................... ........................
Ernest. Liptman.......................................
F arnell. J oh n .................................. ........................
Fnrnell. W illi m B .............. .......... ........ ......................
Flynn, Daniel ...............................................



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Roll Company C-4th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED,)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN OUT. REiMARKS.

Frier, A .................... I............ ..................mprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Frier, Newlin A...... ........ ...... .......................... Died Camp Chase, 0., April 7, '65; grave No. 1827.
Futwell. H. T......................... April 26, '65
Garnly, William R................................................................ Corporal.
Gomto, James D............. ..................................
Gornto, Thomas J.......................................
Harmmerly, James W ....... ....... ..... April 26, '65 Honorable mention.
Humpton, A. P........ ... ........ .... April 26, '65
Harken, John T ....................................... ........................
H askey, W illiam R ................................... ........................
H inson, B. F............... ........................................ April 26. '65
H inton, Thom as J......................... .........................................
H inton, W illiam ....................... ................ ........................
Howard, Francis M............. ...........................................
Huammaly, James W.......................................
Ives. W. M...... ..................... Promoted Sergeant-Major of consolidated Reg-
Jones, Brown V................................................... ............................. m ent, '65.
Jones, Brown V................................ .......................... ....................... m ent, '65.
K esey, Jam es M ................................... ............... ................
Kilbride, Dennis............ .......................... .............. Musician.
Kilpatrick, John M........ ..... .......................
Kirkpatrick, James W ....................................... ........................ Sergeant.
Kirkpatrick, John O........................................ ..........
Lacquey Jefferson...... ....................... April 26, '65
Latner, Lawrence......................... ................................................ Died, Camp Douglass, buried in Oakwood Ceme-
Livingston, A....... ................... ................ April 26, '65 tery, Chicago.
Lynch, Elijah .... .......................................... ........................
Lynch, Hesekiah................... ......................................... ........
Ginty, James M...... ......... .......... April 26, '65
McLeary, Fred ............................................ ..... April 26, '65 Shot through right elbow at Murfreesborough.
Jan. 2, '63.
McLeod, Henry ................................................... April 26, '65 Discharged at Tullohoma, Tean., '63 for Rheuma-
Mattair R. ............................................... April 26, '65 tism.
Moat, J. W....... ................. ............ Died, Camp Douglass Prison, buried Cemetery,
Mooney, John... ................ ..... April 26, '65 Chicago.
Newman, W illiam H...... ...... .........................................
Odum Nathan............................... ................ ...................
Page, Jackson J...... .... ..... Sept. 5, '61 April 26, '65 Wounded at Chickapauga, Ga.. Sept. 20, 1883.
Parramore, W. L....................................... April 26, '65
Patterson, Andrew E..... .................... ....
Patterson, Archibald.................................................................. Died Camp Chase, Nov. 16, '64; grave No. 624.
P atterson, H enry.............................. ........... ........ .....................
Patterson, John F................................................
Peet, Henry B............................ Aug. 12, '61 April 26, '65
Pemberton, Moses C............... .......... April 26, '65 Musician.
Powder, Benjamin F........ ...... ..... April 26, '65
Powell, Oliver H......................
Pierson, William H..................................... April 26, '65 Wounded in thigh at Snake Gape, Ga.
Raybon, Charles......... ..... ...................... .
Revels, Owen J ... ...................................April 26, '65
Rutherford, Samuel........... .............................................
Rykard, Edmund C................................................................. Promoted Orderly Sergeant, wounded at Mur-
Salis, Asa N ................... ............................ ................. reesborough, Tenn. Jan. '63; died at Vicksburg.
Sessions, Samuel R..................................................................... Miss. May '63. Buried at Oak Hill Cemetary
Severitt, William J........................................ .... at Evansville, Ind.
Shaffer, Michael G....... ............ ...............
Skipper, James W............ ..... .......... .....
Sm ith Jam es.................................... ................... .................
Smith, William....................................................April 26, '65
Sowell, Joshua J....................................................
Sowell Laton............. ............ ..........................................
Stephens, John H........................... April 26, '65 Corporal.
Stephens, John K........ ...... ........ ............ Corporal.
Townsend, H. G................... ......... .... April 26, '65
W alker, Hiram A............................. .................
Warneck, James D.. ........ ........ ........... ..............
W ebb, Axam ................... ........................... ......................
Webb, Fenton B....................................................... April 26, '65 Was captured and exchanged during war.
W ebb, Jam es............... ...................... ............ ..... ................
Webb, William................................ ................ April 26, '65
W eeks, S. W ............................................................ April 26, '65
W hittle, W illiam J........................... .....
Williams, William............................................................. Corporal.
W imberly, James R............... .... ....................... April 26, '65

Roll Company D-4th Florida Infantry.

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.
OFFICERS.
Captains-- FICER
William A. Sheffield ...................... Sept. 7, '61 ........................ Retired at reorganization May 10. '62.


















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MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. HEMARB S.

John D. Miot................................. ept; 7, '61 ........................ Succeeded Sheffield at reorganization May, '62;
honorable mention at Chlckamauga.
1st Lieutenant-
Andrew B. Hagan........................ Sept. 7, '61 April 26, '65 Wounded, Jonesboro Ga. Aug. 31, '64;1st Lieu-
tenant at reorganization May, '62. Promoted
Captain April 9, '65.
2nd Lieutenants-
Lawrence W. Whitehurst...... .................. April 26, '65 Retired at reorganization May, '62.
George W. Brown........................ Sept. '61 ........ .......... let Sergeant promoted to 2nd Lieutenant at re-
organization,
3rd Lieutenants-
Epamiondus, Brown.................. ........................ April 9, '05 Retired at reorganization May, '62; re-enlisted
fall of '62. 1st Battalion, 10th Florida.
John P. Goodbread.............................................. June Promoted 3rd Lieutenant at re-organization May
62; captured, imprisoned at Johnson's Island,
0. and from there paroled June ,'65.
Elias D. Waldron.......................................... ......................... Promoted from private to 3rd Lieutenant, '64.
ENLISTED MEN.
Alberton, John T...... .... ...... Sept. 7, 61 ....... .......... Discharged at Camp Douglass, Ill, May,'65, prison.
Anderson, John........................... April 26, '65
Andrews, E. D.................................. ........... April 2 '65
Arnold. Burton ......................................... ........................
Arnold, John B............................ Sept. 7, '61 Oct. '63 Discharged for disability, lost right hand at Chick-
Arnold, Newton T...................................... April 26, '65 amauga Ga., Sept, 20, '63; honorable mention.
Bailey. Jesse. ............... ............. April 26, '65
Barfield. Needham............an. '61.... .....
Beasley, Raymond J....................... Feb. 1, '62 April 26, '65 Wounded at Missionary Ridge, Tenn., Dec. 27,'63.
Bigelow, Robert.......................... an. '61 April 26, '65
Brannon. Henry.............................. Jan. '61 ...........
Brannon; Joseph S.......................... Jan. 1, '61 April 26, '65 Wounded in R. R. wreck July 22, '62.
Combs, John R.............................. Oct. 13, '61 July '65 Wounded at Tampa in April, '62.
Cook, John M
Fletcher, Jessn ................
F etc er John .. ........................................
Foy, Thomas S...... ...............................
Goodbread, J. 8 ....... ..... Sept. 61 April 26, '65
Hatcher Jackson J...... ............................
Harris, T. C. B............................... Sept. 7, '61 April 26. '65 Wounded at Dallas, Ga. Feb. 25, '4.
Harris. T. C. B. ..... ..........Oct 14, '61 July '6
Harris. Thomas H........................................ pril 26, '65
Hays. Robert...... ............ .
Hunter. James...... ............. ..........
Hunter, Silas..................... ........ ...........
Irvy, H enry M ................................................ ........................
Ives, WashM ..................................... .... Q. M. Sergeant, promoted Sergeant-Major st and
Johns. John................................................... April 26, '6 4th consolidated Jan. 3, '64.
Jones, Harrison........ ................................... .............. ended Murfreesborough; died of ...onsump
Jones, J. K. P................. ........................ Wounded, Murfreesborough; died of onsump-
Jones, James J.......................................... April 26 '65 tion, '4.
Keen. Harrod.... ..... ....... April 26, '65
K een Jackson............................. ................. .......................
Keene, Jesse............................. ........................ April 20, '65
Keen, P. O.....;......................... ...... ... April 26. '65
K ennady. W illiam J................................................ ...............
King,-Rufus L.................. ................................ April 26 '65
Knowles. Angus M.................... Sept. 7, '61 April 26. '65 Wounded at Chickamauga, Ga. Sept. 20, '63.
Lauramore, J. C...................... Feb. '62 May 4, '65 Wounded in R. R. wreck July 23, '62.
Long. John F......................................................................... Killed at Dallas, Ga. Jan., '64.
M adison, W H ..... ....................................................
Mercer. John M...... ...... ............................ ...
Mercer, Screven ..... ............ ................... ..... Musician.
Moore, T. H .............. ........................... April 26, '65
Parnell Caleb............... ......................................... .....................
Parnell. Jacob.................................. ..... ............. April 26, '65
Parnell. John W............................. Sept I '61 April 20. '65 Shot at Chickamauga, Tenn. Sept. 20, '63.
Parnell, Joshua M........................... Sept. 1, '61 Dec. '62 Discharged for disability.
Payne, Cyrus ........................ ........................ ........................ Killed at Murfreesborough, Jan. 2 '63.
P ayne, W illiam ................................. ....................... ..................
P ratt, G eorge W ...... .................. ....................... ........................
Pratt, Henry W................................ ...... ..... April 26, '65
R aulerson Sam uel............................ ............... .......................
Raulerson, W J..... .................. ............... .... April 2 '65
Revels, 0. J............................................ .......... April 26, '65 Transferred from Co, A 1st Cav. to Co. D 4th I.
Reynolds, Charles W .... ............... ................. ............
Roberts, H. L. It........ ....... Sept. 14, '61 ............Discharged from prison June 1st ,'05.
R utherford, J. J.............................. ........................ ...................
Sanders. Jerem iah............................ ........... ........................
Sandlin, Henry N....... ................................ .... Sergeant.
Sandin, Wiley ................... W ..................... ....... ......... Killed at Murfiesborough, Tenn.
Shedd, Jam es T .................................... ............... .....................
Shuford. G. W ............................... .... .. .. April 26, '5
Silcox, D. L...................................... Sept. '61 April 26. '65 Captured at Chickamauga, Ga. Sept. 20, '63 and
Smart, William P.................... .............. ............ imprisoned at Camp Douglass. Ill.
Thomas, John B.............. ....................................





















126 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company D-4th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Thomas, Louis R................................................. April 26, '65
Thompson, Henry M............................................................... Deserted '64.
W walker, David .................................................. ............ ... Killed in action.
Waldren, E. D........... .................. .... April 26, '65
Waldren, Keilty S.................... ... ........... .... Discharged at Murfreesborough Dec. 28, '63.
Walker, L. F............................. Aug. 12 '61 April 26, '65
Walker, W. W ............................ ... ... April 26, '61
White, James L............. ............. April 26, '65
Williams, William............................ Sept. 7 '61 April 26, '65 Promoted 1t Sergeant.
W illis, G eorge.................................... ........................ A pril 26. '65


Roll Company E-4th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
Thoms J. McGelce.................................................................................. Retired at re-organization.
William 11. Edwards............................................ April 26, '5 3rd Lieutenant, promoted Captain at re-organiza-
tion May 10, '62.
Ist Lieutenants-
William Forsyth Bynum............. Jan. '61 April 26, '65 Retired.at re-organization.
Nathaniel T. Elliot................................. .... April 26, '65 2nd Lieutenant, promoted 1st Lieutenant; retired
at re-organization, and transferred to 15th Con.
Cavalry, '63.
William M. T. Johnson...................... ... ....................... Sergeant, promoted 1st and 3rd Lieutenant; killed
in service and honorable mentioanat Chickamauga.
2nd Lieutenant-
Benjamin F. Lyons................... Sept. 15, '61 April 26, '65 Promoted 2nd Lieutenant, captured Feb., near
Blakely, Ala. imprisoned at Camp Douglass.
3rd Lieutenants-
William M. Lyons..................... ................................... Corporal, promoted 3rd Lieutenant; killed in ser-
vice.
George W. Lyons.......................... ...................... Sergeant, promoted 3rd Lieutenant; resigned, '63.
ENLISTED MEN.
Adams, George W..... ......................................................... Captured at Missionary Ridge, Nov. 22, '63; im-
Allison, George W.................................................. April 26, '65 prisoned at Rock Island, while there lost eyes
Andrews, James........... ....................... April 26, '65 from disease.
A rnold, Charles............................... ....... .... ...................
Barnett, John N.................. .... Sept. 1, '61 April 26, '65 Musician, promoted Corporal.
Barrington. Elicius T........................ June 1 ..................... Wounded at Kennesaw Mt.
Beazley, William .. ................... .
Bell, Enoch..... ... ...... .......... June '61 ..................
Bell, Lucius C................................... June '61 ........................ K illed.
Bennett, Joseph H............ ............. June '61 ...................
Bennett, Reuben W ........................ June '61 ...... .............
B lack, Jack............................................ ................. ................... Corporal.
Blanton, Elbert C.............. .. .. June '61 .......................
Blanton, W. J................ .............. April 26, 65
Blanton, James J...... ... .... June '61 ........................
Boatwright, Jacob C...................... June '61 ..............
Boatwright, J. W........................... Aug. 26, '61 April 26 '65 Transferred, '62 to Co. A 8th Reiment captured
Bond, A......................................April 26, '65 at Gettysburg, imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Brannan Robert H....................... June '61.................
B run, J .......................... ............. ........... .. A april 20, '
B row n. W illiam M ........................... une 1 ......................
Carlton, uobert It....................... Aug. '61 ................ Discharged May 20, '62 for disability.
Carraway, William S...................... Promoted sIt Sergeant, killed.
Clark, John T ................ ...... ................ ....... Died of measles at Chattanooga/Oct., '63.
Cooper, William 1'......................... June 22, '61 April 2, '65
Cowart, J. N athaniel ....................... ......... ........................
Cox, D. N........................ ...........................
Dean, Charles E..... ........................ June 22, '61 ......................
Dean, Jam es....................... ...... June 22, '61 ...................
Delaughter, J. P........................... ........ ....... ........................ Promoted 2nd Lieutenant.
Devane, Benjamin F ....................... June 22, '61 .................
Ievane, Samuel R............................ June 22, '61 ................
Dougerts, James A.......................... Jan. '61 ...........
Driggers, John J..... .... .......... Jan. '61.................
Foster, Ransom S.................................... April 2, '65 Corporal.
Foster, M ilton G ................................................. ........................
Foster, W atkin N......... ...................................... April 2, '65
Fugua, D on............................... ..........................
Grace, G M ........................................ April 2, '65
Hall, Joseph................. ..............
Hall, Nathaniel L........... .... ept. 61 April 2, '65 Shot at Murfreesborough, Tenn. Jan. 2, '63.
Hall, William....... .....................................
Haney, W. H1......................... ar. '61 April 2, '65





















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 127


Roll Company E-4th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINr ED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

H enelry, W illiam E...... ............................................ ......
H endry W illiam J.......... ........................... ........................
H erring Joseph.......... ........................................ ................
H ill, Green ........... .............................................................................. K killed.
Hinton, William E................................................................
H odges, R obert T ............................ ........................ ........................
H oward, Seaborn...... ............................... .............. ........
Hunter, George W..............................................................
Jones, Matthew A............................ ... ........................................ Right arm amputated, injuries received while
chasing deserters.
Lamb, John B..................................................... April 2, '65
Larrimore, William...... ............ ................... .......... Died in Camp Douglass Prison, buried at Oak-
woods cemetery Chicago.
Latner, L. K.............................................................................. Died. Camp Douglass Prison.
Lawhorn, Drewery...........................
Lewis, H. B......................... Oct. 63...........
McAlpin, Malcivin..................................... .............. ... Corporal.
McCall, Robert F.............................. April 26, '65
McCall, William........... .... April 26, '65
M cCarm na, John............................ ........ .......... .......................
McClemma. John M........................ ................................... Died at St. Andrews Bay during the war.
McCullus, William..............................................................
Mickler, John ........................ ................... April 26, '65
Mills, Kelly............................................... April 26, '65 Honorable mention.
Mims, Valentine .... ........ ............................................ Wounded, Dallas, Ga. May 28, '04: deserted.
M im s, W illiam J........ .......... ................................................
Montgomery, J. G................................... ......... April 26. '65
M organ, John M ................................... ............... ........................
M organ, Joseph W ............................ .................... ....... ........
Morrison, Alexander ...................................... .....................
Parker, W illiam B........... ........................................................
Popel, William B ........................... Jan. 15 '63 April 26. '65
Rabun, John...................................... ........................ ........................
Ream s, Josiah.................... ................................. April 26. '65
R oberts, Berry................................. '61 .... ............
Roberts, Francis W...................... '61... ....
Rodgers. Benjamin ...... .......... ........... April 26 '65
Rowell, W. J....... ..................... .... .... April 26, '65
Sapp, Bartley W.............................................. .......... Died at Chattanooga.
Sapp, John............... Sept. 10, '61 April 26, 65
Sapp Newton...................................................... April 26 '65 Reported a deserter.
Shepherd, Robert N....................... '61 ..... ..............
Sherod, Lony J................................. '61 .... ............Sergeant.
Simmons, Johrn W........................... '61 ....
Smith, John A.................. .................................. April 26, '65
Sparks, William D.................................. .... April 2, '5
Sparks, William D............................ Nov. '62 April 26, '65
Stanton, Alexander A..... .... '62 ...............
Stewart, Daniel J..... .... ......... Sept. 10.'62 April 26. '65 Shot at Murfreesborough, Tenn. Jan. 2, '63.
Stewart. Edward................... ............ April 26, '65
Stewart, James W............................ '62... ..........
Tillis, W illoughby.............................. '62 ....
Tyner, James W............................... '62
Vann, William L............................ ............... April 26. 65
Underwood. J. N ............................................. April 26, '65
Waaner, Andrew J.........'62 .............
Walker, David M......................................... .. April 26 '65
W walker, aac................................... '62 ... ...........
Walker, J. A........................... ................... .. April 26, '65
Ward. Abram..... .......'2 ........................ Sergeant.
W atson, T ilm an.................................... ........................... .......
Watson, William C.......................... July '62 ....................... Discharged for disability, '63.
Whidden. G. W.... ............... '63 April 26. '65
Wilson, Alexander...... ..........61 ..............
W ilson. Enoch..... ....................... 1
Woods. Henry G............ ............ April 26. '65
Yawn, Green P. J........... ................... Discharged Aug. 3. '64: for disability.


Roll Company F-4th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.


Captains- OFFERS.
James P. Hunt............................. July '61 ...................... Promoted Colonel May, '62; died at Chattanooga
September 1, '62.
F. W. Williams............................ July '61 .......... ...... Promoted Captain.



















I25 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company F-4th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTESED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

George R. Langford...... ......... July '61 April 26, '65 1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain; shot in breast
ist Lieutenant- and legs.
W. W. Mathews.......................... ................... April 26, '65 Promoted 1st Lieutenant.
2nd Lieutenants-
W illiam T. W eeks.......................................... ... April 26, '65
Richard K. C. Weeks................... July '61 ........................ Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; died on Johnson's Is-
land January 17, '64; grave No. 137.
Jeremiah Moody........................... May 1. '61 April 26, '65 Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; resigned November 4,
'63.
M. L. Brown ............................ July '61 ........................ Promoted 2nd Lieutenant.
3rd Lieutenant-
John W. Osteen.......................... July '61 April 20, '65 Promoted 3rd Lieutenant.
ENLISTED MEN.
Abbott, W W ................................... July '61... ................
Biglowe, D. R.............................. ........................ April 26, '65 Promoted Sergeant.
Bird, John.............................. .......................... Died in service.
B ird, W illiam ................................. ........................ ................... D deserted.
Bird, William M............................. ay '61 April 26, '65 Wounded at Murfreesborough and captured; pa-
Bond. Isreal............................. Jul '61 ................. rolled from Rock Island.
Bond, William................ ..Ju..y '...........1 .............
Boyd, Jam es 0 ............................ uly '61 ........................
Branning, William 0............. Jul 1...........y '.........Honorable mention at Chickamauga.
Brinson, I. A .................................. ly ... ............ corporal.
Brown, William L............................ July '61 .............. ..... Sergeant.
Bryan, Joseph S.......... ...... ......... July '61 ....... ...........
Carlton, Joseph R. M...... ..... July '61 .......................
Cason, George W.................... July '61 ....................... Musician; promoted Corporal.
Cason, W illiam F ......... ......... July '61 .......................
Clyatt, G. W...................................... ... .... April 26, '65
Crews, P. M ....................... .... July '61 .... ................
Denmark: James........................... July '61 ..........
Dobson, Seaborn................................. ... Paroled from prison at close of war.
Donahue, William J....... ... Aug. 31, '61April 26, '65 Wounded at Jackson, Miss., July 21, '63.
Douglass, C .... ......... ......... Died at Chattanooga; buried in cemetery there.
Ellis, Joseph H ....... ... .......... July '61 ... .................
Gatlin, Benjamin................... ... June '61.....................
Gay, Gilbert............... ................ May 10, '62 ....... ..... Paroled from prison at close of war.
Gay, Lewis F................y ................ May Corporal; imprisoned at Fort Delaware; paroled
at close of war.
Gay, W. H........... .............................. Paroled from prison at close of war.
Hall, J. O. E..................... ....... July '61 ............ ...... Sergeant.
H andcock. H M ............................ July '61 .......................
H ayle, John................... ............... Jul '61 ...... .. ...
Hazel, John T................................ '61 April 26, '65 Wounded at Murfreesborough, Tenn., September
Hendricks, James B........................ July '61 .............. 31, '62.
Hormann, Samuel............................ July '61 ........................ Deserted.
Hodges, S. J............................................ April 26, '65
Holland, J. G................... ........ July '61 .............
H ull. W illiam C.............................. .. July '61 ......................
Hunt, Davis...................... July '61........................ Died at Camp Chase February 15, '65; grave No.
126.
Hunter, Thomas ............... ... 1 ............July .. .......... Died in service.
Jackson, William T.... ....... July '61 ....................
Johns, George T... ................. ....... July '61 ....................
Johns, Jeremiah J............................. July '61 .................
Jones, A. W .... .......................... July '61 ......... ......... Corporal.
Jones, William N.............................................................. ... Shot through lung and captured at Murfree-
borough, Tenn., December 31,. '62; died Jan-
Julin, Alexander............................. July '61 .............. uary 23, '63.
K night. W L................................................................................. Died Cam p Douglas prison.
Knowles, Wiley................................ Feb. 16, '63 ..... ............ Wounded at Kennesaw Mountain, Ga., May 28,
'64; deserted.
Lacquey, Jefferson................................................. April 26, '65 Wounded at Atlanta, July 22, '64; died December
12. '89.
Langford, S. L..... ......... ... May 17, '61 May 17, '65 Paroled from Fort Delaware.
Langford, Silas T.............. ... April 15, '61 April 26, '65
Lastinger, I. B ............................. July i ........ ....
Linsey, John D ................................ July '61 ........................ Deserted.
Mansell, Samuel T.....................July '61.................... Musician.
Mattair, Robert B..................... July '61 April 26, '65 Prisoner of war.
Matthews. J. H............................. May '61 April 26, '65 Wounded at Stone River, Tenn., December 31,
M ickler, J. H .................................... ................... A pril 26, '65 '62.
M urphy, J. H .... ..................................... ..........................
M murphy W J .................................. ........................ ...................
Newsome, I). P................................. ........................ April 26, '65 Promoted 1st Sergeant.
Newsome, Sol......... ......... ... April 26, '65
Newman, Willis.............................. May '61 April 26, '65 *
Odorn. A. C................................................ April 26, '65 Prisoner of war.
Osteen. W illiam N ........................... Jul .................
Padgett, Samuel.................. July '61 ..........
Parrish, Benjamin A.................... July '61 April 26, '65 Wounded three times at Murfreesborough, Tenn.
December 31, '62.
Parrish, Georre W De-erred.
Partin. R. C !.\Arl 26.






















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 129


Roll Company F-4th Florida Infantry.
CONFINEDD.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Pingston, David W ........................ uly '61 ........................
Pingston, James B ........................... uly '61 .. ..........
Poer, John S.................................... July '61 ........................
Poer, William L............................ July '61 ...................... Deserted.
Prevatt, Morgan........................July '61 ... ..........
Price, George W............................... July '61
Pierce, John David.................. ay 14, '61 April 26, '56
Punott, John........................... uly '61 .... ..........
Punott, Thomas J...................... July '61... ......
Renfro, James D. C.... ............ ............ ..... Died Camp Douglas prison.
Renfro, M. W................................ .......... Died in service.
Roerts, B. J......................... ......uly .......... prisoner of war.
Roberts, M....................... ...... '61... ....
Ruff, J. D. ................................. y 26, '2 April 26, 65
Scott, James C ................ ...............r Juy '6 65 Corporal; wounded at Missionary Ridge, Tenn..
Shans, Thomas J. W.............y.......... y.... November 25, '63.
Sheffield, D. B.................................. y '62....................... Promoted Sergeant.
Simmons, Benjamin J...............July '62 ...........
Simmons, James T....... ..... July '62 .................
Simmons, Thomas. July 62........................
Simpson, Thomas...... ........... ................ ......... Died in service.
Smith, Joseph D............................. July '62 ..... ..............
Smith, William L........................... July 62...........
Stanaland, D. L .................................... .. ................ .......
Stewart, Joseph.......................... April '6 ....... .... Died May 1, '64.
Singer, Docter F............................ July '6 .......................
Stringer, E ................................... July. '62 .......................
Stringer, Ira...... ........................ July '6 ...........
Stringer, James................... .... July '6 ................. Died in service.
Sturgis, Ira..................................... April '62 April 26, '65Wounded at MissionaryRidge, Tenn., December
27, '63.
Sturgis, J................................................................... ....................... D ied in service.
Sturgis, William......................... May 4, '62 April 26, '65
Thomas, C. R................................ May '62............ Prisoner of war.
Thomson, Street............................... May '2 ...........
Weekham, G, R............................... May '62 ...................
Weeks, Ezekiel................................. May 20, '62 May 27, '65 Captured at Resaca, Ga., May 27, '64; imprisoned
at Rock Island, Ill., and paroled from there
March 27, '65.
W eeks, F. M ..................................... July '62 ....................... 1st Sergeant.
W weeks, D............................... July '62 ....... .........
Weeks, Silas..................................... July 10, 62'April 26, '65 Wounded at Murfreesborough, Tenn., Januaryl3,
W eeks. W illiam H ....... .......... July 01........................ '63.
Wells, Israel J................................. May '62'April 26, '65 Wounded at Chickamauga. Ga., September!20,
Wickham, David L..................... Nov. '62 April 20, '65 '63; promoted 1st Sergeant.
W ilon. enry ................................. ..... .....
W ingate, R 3 ................................. ..................... .....
W ynne, Isaac .................................. .............. ........... .
Young, Charles A .......................... July '6 ..................


Roll Company G-4th Florida Infantry.


MUTTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICER.
Captains-
William L. Fletcher................ '1 April 26, '5 Retired on reorganization May 10, '62.
Samuel O. Howse....................... June '61 April 26, '05 1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain; resigned March
25, '62.
Thomas J. Rawls....................... June '61 April 26, '65 1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain.
Ist Lieutenants-
James O. Brown............................................... April 26, '65 2nd Lieutenant; promoted slt; resigned March 31,
'63.
Henry N. Clark............................. June '61 ...................... Sergeant; promoted 1st Lieutenant.
2nd Lieutenants-
Berry Mills............................... June '01 April 20, '65 Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; resigned April 2, '63.
It. F. Overman.....................................
Cullin Curle................ June................... une '61 ............ Resigned March 12. '64.
William H. McCardell................. June '61 May 10, '65 Transferred to Co. H, 2nd Florida Cavalry.
3rd Lieutenants-
J. W. Dyches............................................. April 26, '65 Promoted Corporal of Color Guard;3rd Lieutenant.
John R. Scott.......................... Aug. '61 April 26, '65 Promoted 3rd Lieutenant.
William H. Bingham................... June '61 April 26, '65 Promoted 1st Sergeant; 3rd Lieutenant.
ENI.ISTED IMEN.
Addison, John ............................. June '61 .......... ........ Died in service.
A ndos. Am os K ................................ .. ............. .........................
Badger. E. N ............... ........................ ....... ..... ...................Prom oted Lieutenant-Colonel.



















130 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company G-4th Florida Infantry.
(CNrrTNUED.)


NAMES MUSTERED MUSTERED REMARKS.
IN. OUT.

Badger, John.................................June '01 ... .......
Barnes, Harrison H..................... June '1 ................. Died in service.
Bingham, S. P..... ........ ............ April 26, '65
Boyles. Henry J...... une 61 ........................ Died in service.
Bruce. George W....................... June '61 ..................Deserted.
Bridges, S. M .......................... .... ................... ........................ Died in service.
Carter, George R.............................. Jue '61 ........................ Transferred to Co. K, 7th Regiment.
Carter, John B............................. ept. '61 April 20, '65 Wounded Chickamauga, Ga., September 20, '63.
Carter. Joseph.......... ..... ...... une '61 April 26, '65
Carlton, Alderman G. W................. June ..................... )id in service.
Carlton, Thomas W......................une '61............ ........... Died in service.
Chandler, Thomas J......................... June '61 April 26, '65 let Sergeant; prisoner of war.
Clark, H. N....................................... June '61 April 26, '65
Clark. John 11 ................................... June '61 ...........
Colding, Samuel.......... ...................une .... ........ Died in service.
Colding, Thomas E.......................... June '61 ....................... Died in service.
Colson, Abraham....................M.ay '61 .......................... Discharged from Rock Island prison at close:of
war.
Cook, James ................................ June '61 ...................... Died in service.
Conyers, Francis M......................... July 'O1 ........................ Wounded. Atlanta, '04; paroled from prison '65.
Conyers, I. N.......................................................................... Honorable mention at Chickamauga.
Counts, William.............. ... June 1 ........................ Died in service.
Daniels, J. .......... ................................................. ................... Mem ber of band.
DeBruhle, Stephen C................. June '61 April 26, '65 Sergeant. I
Driggers. Charles W..... ............. Mch. 20, '62 ........................ Honorable discharge.
Driggers, Mathew N....................... Mch. 20, '62 .......................eserted at West Point, Ga.
Dye, Francis.................. June '61 April 26, '65
Dye, Joseph E.................................. June '61 ....................... Paroled from.prison.
Dunn, John F................................... Jun '61 ........................ Transferred to Co. K, 7th Regiment.
Dunn, William A........................... June '61...... ................. Transferred to Co. K, 7th Regiment.
Evans, Charles G.................. June '61 April 26, '65 Corporal.
Fields, G. W ..................................................... April 26, '65
Fretwell, Hiram T..................... June '61 April 26, '65
Fretwell, John E....................... June '61 Aril 26, '65
Gamble, S. J...... ........................................... April 26, '65 Corporal.
Gainey, Richard R.................. June '61 ...................... Died in service.
Graham, Lorentus M................ June '61 April 26, '65
Grantham, Elijah................... June '61 ........................ Honorably discharged.
Griggs, Philip T......................... June '61 April 26, '65
Gunter, Aaron.... ........... ......... June '61 ........................ Died in service.
Hagin, Peter........................................... ....... April 26, '65
Heart, Stephen W ................. June '61 April 26, '65
Herl, W illiam ......................... June '61 ........................ Died in service.
Hickman, Henry W.............. June '1 ..................... Musician; reported that he went to the enemy.
Holley, W. 11.......... .................... .... April 26, '65 Wounded, Murfreesborough, December 28, '62.
H ogg, Joseph T............................. June '61 ....................
James, W arren.............................. June '61 ..................
James. Washington L................ June '61 ........................
Jones. J. F..... ..................... ... April 26, '65
Jones, Lamar..................... Jue '61 ...................... Died in service.
Jones. Warren........ ........... June '61 ..................... ... Died in service.
Jones, Watkins ............ ..... June '61 ...................... Died in service.
Kniiht, Samuel N...................... June '61 ..................... C oral; died in service.
Knoblock, Jasper J.................. June '61........................ Died in service.
Leggitt, John............. ............ June 1 .... ................
Lee, J. E......... .. ............... ... June ..................... Died in service.
Leonard. S. S............ ............................................................... Paroled from prison.
Logan, Thomas L........................ June '61 ....................... Died in service.
Long. Nathan ................ .. Ju e .............................. Died in service.
Lovell, W. A.......................... .. ... Died, Chattanooga; buried in cemetery there.
Lyles, Louis................................. June '61 .... ...........
McCredie, David .............................. '61 April 26, '65 Severely wounded Murfreesborough, December 31.
'62.
McCredie, James...................... '61 April 26, '65 Captured December 15, '64; imprisoned and pa-
McDougal, Neil P....................... June '61 ................ role from Camp Chase, 0., May 14, '65.
Marlow. Albert D.......June 61........................ '1 Died in service.
Mathews. J. C........... ...... ................ April 26, '65
Mock, William ..... ................... July 5, '61 April 26. '65 Wounded. Murfreesborough, December 28, '62;
Mills. Benjamin.......................... June '61 April 26, '65 imprisoned and paroled from Camp Chase April
13. '65.
Mills, James F........... ..... June '61 ...................... Died in service.
Millican, Pinckney W.......... ...... Jue '1 ............ ... Died in service.
Morelle, Joseph W.... ............... Jue '61 April 26, '65
Mundon, Isham........... ... June '61 April 26 '65
Oberry. Reuben B...................... June '61 .................
Padgett, Clark................................. June '61 ........................ Died in service.
Pendarvis, J. ........................... .. ............... ............................. Deserted.
Pendarvis, Sil s................................ Jun 1 ........................ Deserted
Pendarvis. William........................ June '61 .... ...... Deserted.
Peters. S. J....... ..................... .. April 26, '65
Pounds. Robert J................. ......... June '61'........................ Died in service.
Quatlebaum, William D.................. June '61 ...................... Died in service.
Trainer. Hardy.............................'1 April 26, '6 Wounded, Murfreesborough, December 31, '62.
R aw l., Q ....................................... e 1 ....... ..........


















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 131


Roll Company G-4th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKe.

Rawls, Sam.................................... June '61 ...................... Honorably discharged.
Redding, Lee ............... ....... June '61 ................... Died in service.
R iggs, J. A ........................................ ........... ... April 26, '65
Riggs, J. W...................................... Aug. 15, '61 ..................... Captured; imprisoned and paroled from Camp
Chase May 14, '65.
Roberts, Daniel L........................... June '61 ..s .............. Died in service.
Roberts, R.............................. June '61 April 26, '65
Russell, Ichabod C....... ............. une '61 ................ Died in service.
St. Legar, Butler.............. ......... une '61 ........................ Died in service.
Scott, Jaes E................. ..... une 61 ...............June ......... Imprisoned and paroled at Fort Delaware at close
of war.
Shaw, Daniel......................... June 61 ............. Honorably discharged.
Sherouse, Jackson........ ............ une '61 ...... .......... Died in service.
Simpson, James W........................ une '61............... Died in service.
Sims, William C............................ June '61 April 26, '6
Smith, Alfred HI..... .... June '61................. Died in service.
Smith, B. F...................... April 26, '6
Smith, Calvin H......... .. ne '61' ..................... Honorably discharged.
Smith, David W....... ........ June '61................ Died in service.
Smith, Frank............................. June '61'........................ Died in service.
Smith, William W....... ....June '61...................... Died in service.
Stenter, James W.................. June '61...........
Streeter, J. Wynman.. ... .... ..................... Deserted.
Strickland, William.... ...... ... Jun'e '61 ............... Died in service.
Stivender, Arthur ........ '........ June 1.................... Died in service.
Watkins, Charles F..... ...... June '61 ................Sergeant.
Watkins, Thomas W... ...... June '61.....
Wells, John T ..... .... ........................ ....................... Died. Camp Douglass prison; buried Oakwood
I cemetery.
White, Charles H........... ........... June '61 April 2, '65 Promoted Sergeant.
W i ins, G A ............................... .... ..... ............ ... Paroled from prison.
Williams, Shade............... ...... June '6 ....... ......... Died in service.
Williams, Thomas.......... ......... June '61'April 26, '65
Wrenn, John J.......... .....June '61'....................... Died in service.


Roll Company H (Washingt6n County Invincibles)-4th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.


Ca tains- OFF CES.
illiam F. Lane....... ...... Sept. 13, '61 ...................Died at Lake City, Fla.
Bernard Lasperp .. 13, 'f .....6....... ..... Promoted Captain; died of disease.
George W. CoorL [..I. 13, '61 April 26, '65 Lost arm at Murfreesborough, Tenn.; wounded at
Franklin. Tenn.; promoted 2nd Lieutenant and
1st Lieutenants- elected Captain.
Joseph Summerlin.......................... ........................... promoted 2nd and 1st Lieutenant; wounded at
Murfreesborough, Tenn., January 2, '63 and
| died January 16, '63.
Thomas J. Russ.................... Sept. 13, '61'April 26, '65 Promoted 1st Lieutenant.
and Lieutenants....
Daniel D. McLean............ Sept. 13, '61 .............. ied in service.
Joseph B. Canell............ Sept. 13, '61 ....... orporal; promoted 2nd Lieutenant; resigned
3rd Lieutenants- March 31,'63.
LaFayette Irvin............. 13'61...................... retired at reorganization.
Wilson L. Raley.......... ....... Sept. 13, '61April 26, '65 Sergeant; promoted 3rd Lieuetnant.
ENiIrTED MEN.
Ablott, Robert S................. ..... Sept. 13, '61
Anderson, Henry............................ 1.1April -, W. ~ h,,t at Chickamauga, Ga., September 20, '63.
Anderson, Lewis..................... Sept. 13. '61 .............
Beasley, Clayton.................... S 1 .... Sept. 13, 61 ..........
Bond, J. E. F........... .. .... ....
Bower, Mark A......................... Sept. 13, '1 April 26, '65
Brock, W A... ....... .......... Sept. 13. '61! .... .............
Burke, Jeremiah................. Sept. 13, '61 ...........
Carmichal, J. W.................. Sept. 13. '611
Carter, Felix K ................... ......... Sept. 13, '61 ril 2 ,
Carter, James.................... Sept. 13, '61!..........
Carter, John...... ......... ...... Sept. 13, '61 ..................
Carter, R. F...... .... ... Sept. 13, '611..... .......
Chance, S ......... ..... .... Sept. 13, '61 ..... ...............
Chestnut, James M. D..... ..... Sept. 13, '61...........
Curlee, J....... ... ...... .... Sept. 13, '61 .... ...............
Curlee, W illiam .... ......... ..... Sept. 13, '61..... ............
Danly, James J............... ....... Sept. 13, '61 ......................
Davis Elbert.................... .... Sept. 13, '61'...............
I)ertch, Henry J...................... ... Sept. 13, '61 ....... .......... Died in hospital February 12, '62.
Dukes, Albert M .............................. Sept. 13, '61 .............




















132 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company H (Washington County Invlncibles)-4th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Easters, Sherod..... .................... Sept. 13, '6 ..................
Evans, David............ .... Sept 13, '1 ..................
Evans, Lambert ............................... Sept. 13, '1 .... ......
Ferguson, J.................................... Sept. 13, '61 ........................
Fulford, Randal..... .................... Sept. 13, '61 ........................
Griffin, Abner G............... ..........Sept. 13 '61.... ..........
Hagans, Hiram W. J........................ Sept. 13 '61 .... ......
Hagans, James L............................ Sept. 13, '61 ...................
Hogan, Isham H.............................. '61 April 26, '65 Promoted Ist Corporal; wounded at Jackson,
Miss., July 10, '63.
Hall. Henry J............................. Sept. 13, '61 ........................ Musician.
Harris, James................................ Sept 13, '61 .......................
Harvey, Allen..... .................. Sept. 13, '61 .................
Hays, E...... ....................... Sept. 13, '61 ..................
Hewitt, Ephriam L....................... Sept. 13, .... ..............
Hewitt, Robert W........................... Sept. 13, '61 ....................
Hewitt, William E. C................ Sept. 13. '61 ........................
Howard, Stephen'61........................ Sept. 13. '1 ............... Promoted Corporal.
Howell. William W....... ..... Sept. 13, '61 April 26, '65
Hudson, Hale B........... ..... Sept 13, '61 April 26, '65
Hudson, James T........................ Sept. 13, '61 ..................
Irvin, Jam es S...... ......................... Sept. 13, '61 ........................
Johns, William H. H................... Sept. 13, '61 April 26, '65
Johnson, S. C....................................................... ........................ Died, Camp Chase February 12, '65; grave No.
Kent. Theophelus........... ............ Sept. 13, '61 April 26, '65 1629.
Laryford. Edward....................... Sept. 13, '61 ..................
Lanier, James S.......................... Sept. 13, '61................
Lanier, Lewis H............................... Sept. 13, '61 ................ Corporal; killed at Nashville. Tenn.
Lewis, Thomas B............................ Sept. 13. '61 ................
McCormick, John D........................ Sept. 13, '61 .................
McKiethon, Washington J. Sept. 13. '61 ................
Maddox, G. W........................... Sept. 13, 61.................
Martin, Duncan M........................ Sept. 13. '61................
Mathews. David........................... Sept. 13, '61 ........................
M ayhn, D W ......... ........... ..... Sept. 13, '61........................
Melvin, Daniel V......... ..... Sept. 13, '61 April 2 '65
Melvin, Grivin.... ........ .... Sept, 13. '61.................
Merritt, David A.............. ..... Sept. 13, '61..................
Miller, James............................... Sept. 13, '61 ...................... Discharged from Rock Island prison at close of the
war.
Miller. John *.................................. Sept. 13, '61 ................. Sergeant.
Miller, Levi N.................................... ept. 13, '01.... ........... Killed'at Murfreesborougih, Tenn.
Miller, Lewis H.................... .... Sept. 1, '61 ........................ Promoted 1st Sergeant; killed at Murfreesborough.
Milton, Isreal R...... ...... .. Sept. 13. '61 ...................
M ills. H iram ............ ...... .......Sept. 13. '61 ........................
Moody, William G........................... Sept. 13. '61 ..................
Morris, ................................ ... Sept. 13. '61 ..................
Norris. )........... ....... ....... Sept. 13. '61 ....................
Ousburn. Calvin F........................ Sept. 13, '61 ........ ............... Lost left le at Murfreesborough December 30
Owens, William D........................... Sept. 13 '61 April 26, '65 '62, and discharged.
Palmer. David William.................. Sept. 13, '6 D l at pneumonia at Fernandina, Fla., Novem-
Parker, John........................... Sept. 13, r 28, '61.
Parker, Peter ......................... Sept. 13, ',.1 IdllI at Joneshoro.
Parker, R ............................ ..... Sept. 13 '61 ....................
Parker, William N....................... Sept. 13. '61 .....................
Pierce, Stephen G ........................... Sept. 13, '61 ........................
Pippin. Johnson......................... ept. 13. '61 ..................... Honorable mention at Chickamauga.
Pi)pin, Solomon.............................. Sept. 13. '61 ..................
Potter. W R F............................ Sept. 13, '61 ........................
Posey. Alfred.................................... Sept. 13. '61 ........................
Provest, R ichard V ......................... Sept. 13, '61 .......................
R ailey. Jam es E ............................. Sept. 13. '61 ........................
Roberts. John .............................. Sept. 1 '61 ....... ...........
iuss.. James I................................ Sept. 13. '61 April 26, '65 Leg broken.
Itus. John J................................... Sept. 1:1. '61 ........................
Itn.s, John R.... ....................... Sept. 13. '61 April 26. '65 Promoted Sergeant.
Singleton. William E................. Sept. 13. '61 ...................
Skitper. Joel..................................... Sept. 13, '6 ........................
Skipper. Reddick W........................ Sept. 13, '61 .......................
Stewart. Alexander......................... Sept. 13, '61 ..........
T manner, J. T ...................................... Sept. 13. '61 ........................
Taylor, Andrew J........................... Sept. 13. '61 April 26, '65 Shot at Dallas, Ga., May 18, '64.
Taylor, David................................... Sept. 13, '61 ........................ Killed at Franklin, Tenn., November 30, '04.
Taylor, F........................................ Sept. 13, '61 .... ..............
Taylor, James................................ Sept. 13, '61 .................
Taylor. Johnathan......................... Sept. 13. '61 ........................
Taylor. Robert H J......................... Sept. 13. '61 ........................
Taylor, Washington.... 13 '......................... Sept. ..........
W white, J. G ....................................... Sept 13. '01 ........ ... Corporal.
White. John M................................. Sept. 13, '61 .............. Corporal.
W hittle. S. N.................................... Sept. 13 '61 ..................
W illis. H iram ................................. Sent. 13, '61 ...........
Wood. Joseph W......................... Sept. 13. '61 ................ ...




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 133


Roll Company I (Dixie Boys)-4th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. BEMABU&E

OFFICERS.
Captains-
Joseph B. Barnes....... .....July '61 ........................ Resigned.
Marmaduke M. Dickson...... .............. May 1, '65 Promoted Captain.
Ist;Lleutenants-
Seaborn D. Harris...... ........................................................ t Sergeant; promoted 1st Lieutenant; killed Jan-
uary 2, '63.
Charles C. Burke................................................. May 1, '65 Promoted st Lieutenant.
2nd Lieutenant-
W. H. Dickson............................. ....................... May 1, '05 Sergeant; promoted 2nd Lieutenant.
3rd Lieutenants-
Thadeus G. H. Dekle............................... Died '62.
S. L. Owens .............................................. Promoted 3rd Lieutenant.
William J. Banks................................................. May 1, '65 Sergeant; promoted 3rd Lieutenant; honorable
mention.
ENLISTED MEN.
Alexander, Daniel............................. July '61 ...........
Anderson. Jefferson F.......................................
Arnold, Chllsey .............................. .......................... May 1, '65
A very, John...................................... ................... .....................
Baldeora, Ambrose................... .........................................
Baldeora, Richard................................................... ..................
Barkly, Albert T.............................. ........................ May 1, '65 Wounded in hand and head; promoted Corporal.
Harkley, Britten L............................ .. ................... Musician.
Barnes, Henry T............ ..........................
assford, J. W..................................... May 1, '65 Wounded, Chickamauga, September 20, '63.
Baqsford, L. Samuel....................................... May 1, '65
Baxter, James D. W ........................ ......... ........................
B alyes, Irw i..... ...... ............................... ............... ........................
Bell John R...................................... .......................................... Died, Camp Chase, January 20, '65; grave No. 818.
Blackm an, Charles M .............................. ........... .......................
Bowers, Thom as 0........... ........ ........................ ....................
Branford. Lorenzo R .............................. ............ ......................
Brogden, George W ................................................ ..................
Brogden. John T ............... ....................... ........................
Brown, Thomas ............. ........................ .............
Bryan, Green L.... .................. ............... May 1, '65 Color bearer; promoted Corporal, honorable men-
Burnham W illiam B........................ ................................................ tion.
Cannon, Jam es J...................................................... ..................
Clark, H enry ................................. ................. ........................
Coonrod. T.T................. .......... July '61 ....................... /
Conner, Reuben M ...... ...................................................
Dickson, James W.............................................. ....................... Sergeant.
Dickson, W. F............................. May 1, '65 Promoted Sergeant.
Digby Talbot W................ ... ........................................
Dikes, W illiam H ................. ...............................................
Dudley, William D.......................................
E leby Edward A ..................................................... .................
Ethridge. Josiah.................. .. July '61 May 1, '
Evans. Jesse T................... ....... July '61 May 1 '65
veritt. Samuel D......................... July '61 May 1, '65 Corporal; promoted Sergeant.
FaRhan, W. H............................. July '61 May 1, '65
Fillman, Daniel............................. uly '61 Ma 1 '65
Gardiner, Joseph W........................ July '61 May 1 '65
Gaylan, W. H.................................. July '61 May 1, '65
Grant. Zacariah.......................... July '61 May 1 '
Grantham, Daniel...... .......July '61 May 1, '65
Grice. H................................. July '1 May 1, '5
Grumbles, Jesse F........................... July '61 May 1, '65
Hall, J. C...................................... July '61 May 1, '65
Hamilton, Archibald..................... July '61 May '65
Harrison, Robert W......................... July '61 May 65
Hart. David...................... .... July '61 May 1 '65
Hart, William M ............................... July '61 May '65
Jennings. Jasper S ......................... July '61 May I, '65 Corporal; promoted Sergeant.
Johnson, Benjamin F............... July '61May 1, '
Johnson, Daniel 1,......................... July '1 May 1, '65
Johnson, James C....................... July '61 May 1, '65 Wounded in elbow at Murfreesborough, June, '62
Johnson, James W....................... July '61 May 1 '65
Jones, John B................................ July '611May 1, '65
Keen, Thomas........................ July '61 May 1 '05
Keen, W. R........... ........ July '61 May 1 '65
Lacy, James M ............................... July '1 May 1, '65
Lacy, William W............................ July '61 May 1, '65
Lott, William C.................................. uly '61 May '65 Died at Chattanooga.
Meercer, James T ................. July '61 May 1 '65
Minchen, Edward D.......................... July '61 May 1 '5 Corporal; promoted Sergeant.
Michen, Joseph L........................... July '61 May 1. '65
Morrison, A. James.......... ....... July '1 May 1, '65
Moseley, Levy M............................ July '61 May 1, '65 Corporal.
Padgett, J. W.................................. July '61 May 1 '65
Pare, Curry.................................... July '61 May 1 '65
Pare, Ehinezer C......................... July '61 May 1. '65
Petterson. William L........... .... July '61 May 1. '
.Peacock. George M........................ July '61 May "65




















134 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company I (Dixie Boys)-4th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Paxton, Richard E......... .... Jul '61 May 1 '65
'eacock, William J............ Juy '61 May 1, '5
Parker, Danie..... ... ....July '61 May 1, '5
Parker, Nathaniel....................... July '61 May 1, '65
Finder, Drew W............ .............. July '61 May 1 '65
Rawls, James............................ July '61 April 15 '65
Rawls, Junius.......................... July '61 April 15, '65 Promoted 1st Sergeant.
Roberts, Rutledge......................... July '61 May 1, '
Rodgers, David........................... July '1 May 1 '65
Shanklin. Augustus N..................... July '61 May 1, '65
Sills, James A..... .................. April 1, '61 May 1 '65 Wounded at Murfreesborough, Tenn., December
Simms, Charles W....................... J '1 May 1, 31. '62.
impson, John........... .....Juy '1 May 1, '65
Simpson, Joseph..... ..... ....July '61 May I, '05
Smith, Anderson........... ....July May 1, '5
Smith, Leonidus......................... July '61 May 1, '6 Sergeant.
Thomas, Benjamin...................... July '61 May 1, '5 Musician.
Trayler, John M.......... ....... July '61 April 15, '6
Trayler, William M....................... July '61 May, '65
Turner, John..... ...... ...... Jul '61 May 1, '6
Watts, Thomas....................... July '61 April 15, '6
Watford, M.................................. July '61 May 1, '65
Webb, Nathaniel E....................... July '61 May 1, '6 Corporal; promoted Sergeant.
Weeks, F. J ............................... Jul '61 '64 Discharged for disability.
Wester, Samuel............................ July '01 April 15, '65
Wilson, C. A............. ....uly '61 April 15, '65
Wilson, George M................ ...... ly '61 May 1, '65
Wood. Almerina J............................July '61 May 1, '65
Yerty, Henry J..... ........July '61 May 1, '65
Young, W. L..................... ..........July '61 May '65
Yon, Teril H.................................July '61 May 1 '6


Roil Company K-4th Florida Infantry.


MEMUSTERE MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
John T. Leslie.................... July '1 ..................Promoted Major; resigned.
Henry L. Mitchell..................... July '61 April 26, '65 1st Lieutenant, promoted Captain; resigned Nov.
30, '64.
Charles W. Hendry...................... July '61 ...................... Sergeant, promoted 3rd Lieutenant; then Captain
ist Lieutenants-
John E. Spencer ..... ....... ............ .................... .rd Lieutenant, promoted t Lieutenant.
Francis M. Mitchcll............. uly '61 .................... S sergeant, promoted 2nd Lieutenant, then Ist
nd LieuLieutenant; killed in action.
2nd Lieutenant--
W illiam E. Sweat...................... July '61 .......................
3rd Lieutenant- '
Calfrey L. Wilder.................... July '61........................ Promoted 3rd Lieutenant.
ENLISTED MEN.
Andrew, Floire F..............................July 61...........
Bethel, Joseph.................... .......... July '61 ...... ...........
Bowen, William M..................... July '61 ................ Sergeant.
Brandon. James H................ .. y '............Jly ............ Promoted Corporal, Sergeant; honorable mention,
Carney, Robert J..................... .... July '61...................
Collins, Jam es N ....................... .......July '61 ....... ............
Collins, Je se.............................. July '61'..................... Corporal.
C collins. Joh n .................................. .... ................... ........ ..............
Cook, Charles................................ July '61 ...........
Cowart, Henry............... ...............July '61 .......................
Cothran Thomas....... ............ ul. y t'l
Crane, H C..... .... ..... ..... .................. April 21., 6:'
Crews, Berry M ............................July 1 ..................
Davis, Stafford .............. .................. July '61 ... ........
D avis, W R ...................................... ............. .... ...................
Dease, William...... .......... July '61 ..............
D rit ers, l)ennis................................ July 1 ........................
Eady, Joseph...................... .... July '61 ....... ...............
Fillm on, Darlington................................... ......... April 26, '65
Finley, John...................... .... July '61 ........................
Finley, Thom as J ............................. July ... ....
Fisher. A m os J ............................... uly 1 ........................
F utch, H enry...................................... ...... .............
Gant. G. W........................... ........... April 2 '5
Godwin, W illiam.......................... July '61...
Griffin, Francis .............................. July '1 April 26 '65 Wounded at Franklin, Nov. 30, '64.
Griffin. George W...........................July '61 .....................IWounded at Atlanta, Ga. July 22, '64.






























SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 135


Roll Company K-4th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUBTERID
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Grillon, Adet............... ..................... ........................ April 20, '65
Gullion, Olliot......................... ....... uly '1 ..................
Hamilton, James........................ uly '61 ...........
Handcock, George W. D.................. July '61 ........................
Haskins, James P. B........ ...July 61....................... Sergeant.
Harris, Joseph...... .................. Jly '61 .................. Corporal.
H askell, J. T........................ ...... ..... April 26, '65
Heard, George ............... ........... July '61 .................. Musician.
Hendry, Charles W........ ............ July '61 ........................ Sergeant.
Henry, John M...... ............... uly '61 ........
Johnson. James 1st..........................Jul '61...................
Johnson. James H. 2nd .................. July '61 .......................
Johnson, Thomas M.......................... July '61 April 26. '65
Jowers, Patterson........................... Jul '61 ..........
Keen, Perry 0............................ July '61 ............
Lacter, Robert P........................ July '61 ..................
Lumacks, W illiam W ........................ July '61 ........................
Lynch, Charles............................... July '61 ............
Lyn J. A ............................................ ...... April 26, '65
McLeod, Henry R............... .... July '61 ........ .......... Discharged at Tullohoma, Tenn., for disability.
McLeod, Hiram A.......... ..... uly '1 .......................
Marsh, Middleton.... ........ July '01 ...... ...
M ellon, John......... ......................................... .......................
Miley, Samuel A......................... July '61 April 26, '65 Wounded at Murfreesborough, Tenn., Jan. 3, '63.
M obley, John B.... .... .......... ly '61 .... ................
M oody, John D................................ uly '61... ......
Moody, Nathaniel M........... July '61 April 26, '65
Moody, Simon ..................... July '61 ....... .. Corporal.
Philips, Joseph F..... ............ uly '61 ..................
Platt, Francis M ..... ................ July '61 ......................
Pollard, Thomas A...... ....... uly '61 April 26, '65
Prine. James E........................................... April 26, '65
Rice, Benjamin L................................ ..... Musician.
R ice, G eorge R ....................... .... July '61 .......................
Robinon. George.................... July '61 .................
Robels, Michel F........... .. ul ................... uly 61 ............
Rockner. Julius.............................. ........ ................ Promoted 1st Sergeant.
Sheppa d. W illiam E........................ Jul .......................
loan, J sper................................. 'l1 ........................
Smith, Henry ............... Jul '61 ... ........
Sparkman, William W................... July '61 ...............
Spencer. T. K...... ................. Jul '61 April 26, '65 Musician, discharged, '62, under age; captured
Strode, John........................... ... July '61 ................. and imprisoned at Fort LaFayette, N. Y.
Thomas, James.......................... July '61 ..................... Exchanged and re-enlisted in Jno. T. Lesley's Co.
Thomas, Robert W............. July '61 .................
Trull Samuel D .................... July '61 ..................
T ully, Jpseph.................... .......... July '61 .......... ........
Turner.'Benjamin M..................... July '61
Varn, W. B April I, ,' .
W atson. i ,. I lil .... ...........
Weeks, John A......................... July '61 April 2', '65 Wounded in foot at Murfreesborough, Tenn. Dec.
Weeks, Samuel W...... ........ ... J y ............... 31. '62.
Whidden, Wi loughby.................... July '61 ..................
W white. Elbert ...................... ... July '61 ................
Wiggins, James...... ................July '61.................
Wilder. John W...................... July '61 .................
Wilder, W................ .... ... ..................................... ie Camp Chase. Oct. 15. '64; grave No. 314.
V illiams, Matthew II...................... July '61 .................
Y ou ng, Joseph .............................. .................... .. I




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