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Title: Florida soldiers CSA 2nd, 5th, 8th Florida infantry
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Creator: Florida -- Dept. of Military Affairs
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Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Publication Date: [1989?]
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    Copyright
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    Title Page
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    Note to Florida civil war lists and rosters
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    Florida state depositories
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Special Archlive
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FLORIDA SOLDIERS: CSA
2ND, 5TH, 8TH
FLORIDA INFANTRY


State Arsenal
St. Francis
Barracks
St. Augustire,
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 ,epository.

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

Broward County Division of Libraries (1968) Jacksonville University (1968)
100 South Andrews Avenue Carl S. Swisher Library
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301 University Blvd., North
Jacksonville, Florida 32211
Cocoa Public Library (1968)
430 Delannoy Avenue *Tampa-Hillsborough County Public (1968)
Cocoa, Florida 32922 Library System
900 North Ashley Street
*Florida Atlantic University (1968) Tampa, Florida 33602
Library
P. 0. Box 3092 *University of Central Florida (1968)
Boca Raton, Florida 33431 Library
Post Office Box 25000
*Florida International University (1971) Orlando, Florida 32816-0666
Documents Section
Tamiami Campus Library Tamiami Trail *University of Florida Library (1968)
Miami, Florida 33199 Documents Department
Gainesville, Florida 32611
*Florida State University Library (1968)
Documents Maps Division *University of Miami Library (1968)
Tallahassee, Florida 32306 Gov't Publications
P. 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)
St. Petersburg Public Library (1968) West Palm Beach Public Library (1968)
3745 Ninth Avenue, North
St. Petersburg, Florida 33713 100 Clematis
West Palm Beach, Florida 33401

Rev. 1-7-89













2nd Florida


Company A- Escambia Pensacola
Company B- Alachua Gainesville (newnansville)
Company C- Columbia Lake City (Alligator)
Company D- Leon Tallahassee
Company E- Marion Ocala
Company F- Jackson Marianna
Company G- St. Johns St. Augustine
Company H- Putnam Palatka
Company I- Hamilton Jasper
Company K- Nassau Callahan
Company L- Madison Madison
Company M-


5th Florida

Company A- Jefferson
Company B- Columbia
Company C- Leon
Company D- Madison
Company E- Madison
Company F- Hamilton
Company G- Wakulla
Company H- Franklin
Company I- Leon
Company K- Leon


8th Florida

Company A- Taylor-Jefferson-Madison
Company B- Gadsden
Company C- Houston (Don't know what 1860 county)
Company D- St. Johns
Company E- Jackson
Company F- Nassau
Company G- Orange
Company H- Regional
Company I- Duval
Company K- Hillsborough


















Soldiers of dFlor'ida

in IAr

emino e / n dian- Civil

and

Spanish- .m erican Wars.
















.-repared and publiulsd under IAe supervision of MAe
3oard of 0 tSate nstitutions,
.JPs authorized hy CAaputr 20JS .7Cauw
of ./orida, aOr/proved W7ay /4 /90.7.
















l/orida in tAe War Sfetween the dSates.



With th'e causes that led up to the war and the convention that took
Florida out of the Union, this record has nothing to do, but it may with pro-
priety mention some facts precedent to the organization of the various com-
panies and regiments that served during the War Between the States.
In January 1861, the United States occupied, on the Appalachicola river
the arsenal at Chattachoochee, where a small quantity of arms and munitions
of war were stored; on Pensacola Bay, the Navy Yard, Fort Barrancas with
forty pieces of artillery, the Fort Barrancas barracks, where there was a bat-
tery of field artillery, Fort McRae with 125 pieces of artillery, Fort Pickens
with 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.i 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, I851, Lieu-
tenant Slemm-r began the removal of powder from the Spanish fort to Fort
Barrancas; that night a party of citizens who were reconnoitering were warned
off by a shot from Fort Barrancas. On January Io Slemmcr abandoned the
mainland, spiked the guns at Fort Barrancas, destroyed over 20,000 pounds
of powder at Fort McRae and transferred his men to Fort Pickens on Santa
Rosa Island, 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 Yard and defensive works.
These Alabama volunteers were under the command of Colonel Tennant C.
Lomax, a Mexican War veteran. Chief in command at Pensacola was the
appointee of the Florida State Convention, Major-General William H. Chase,
a native of Massachusetts, and officer of the United States army from 1819
to]I856, who during his official connection with the United States army had
superintended the construction of Fort Taylor and the defenses of Pensacola
Bay. After his resignation from the rmy in 1856 he became a resident of
Pensacola and President of Alabama & Florida Railroad -Company.
Among the Florida troops on duty at that time were the Pensacola Rifle
Rangers, commanded by Capt. E. A. Perry, an officer destined to serve with
distinction i both in th? military and civil history of Florida, and the Santa
Rosa Guards, organized at Milton, Fla., under command of Capt. William
Harrison. The Rifle Rangers became Company A of the 2nd Florida Infantry,
and served in the Army of Northern Virginia. The Santa Rosa Guards were
disbanded after about three months' service and its members joined other
commands. 0:1 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 i 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 I861.
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 early organization of troops by the State authority. It is sup-
posed that most of these records were destroyed by some one at the Capitol
before it was occupied by the Federals in 1865 to prevent any incriminating














38 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.

evidence falling into their hands that might be used in case of prosecution
for "treason," of which there was much talk; this however is merely suppo-
sition. From what was left it would appear that these records were lost or
destroyed during the re-construction period.
It is known that the militia organization of the State was soon broken up,
the men belonging to it volunteering for Confederate State service and the
message of Governor Milton, after he went into office in the year 1861, shows
that he viewed this proceeding with sincere regret. It was his ambition to
create an army for "the independent nation of Florida," and while assisting
the Confederacy to the limit of his ability, reserved the right of Florida to
maintain an army of her own. Said the Governor in his special message in
November 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,
1861, 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, i86I, General Bragg planned an attack on the Federal
camps on Santa Rosa Island. The immediate command of this expedition
was entrusted t6 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 Ist Lieutenant
in Company I); Company E, Ist Lieut. John E. Miller, commanding (former-
ly a 3rd Lieutenant in Company K, Ist Florida). These four companies
were formed into a battalion, of which Maj. T. A. MacDonnell took command.
The battalion did gallant service at Shiloh, receiving complimentary mention
in general orders and were accorded the right to inscribe th, name of the
battle on their flag. An old battle flag of the Western Army, now preserved
at the Capitol at Tallahassee, bears the inscription, "First and Third Florida,
Shiloh and Perryville." Major MacDonnell was wounded and disabled in the
opening of the battle. Capt. T. Sumter Means was wounded, captured and
later resigned. Capt. W. C. Bird was also wounded in this battle, and Laurie
Anderson, battalion adjutant, was killed. Lieut.-Col. W. K. Beard, on Gen-
eral Bragg's staff, was wounded in the arm. After the battle of Shiloh, in
which the Floridians lost 2 officers and 14 men killed, 7 officers and 51 men
wounded, two companies from Louisiana, known as B and C, were added to
the battalion making a battalion of six companies and Maj. Franklin H. Clarke
assigned to the command with the following Field and Staff: 2nd Lieut.
A. Robert Pollard, Adjutant; -. -. Frome, Assistant Surgeon; Ist Lieut.
Monheimer, Assistant Quartermaster; J. P. Butler, Sergeant Major;
F. M. Rowe, Quartermaster-Sergeant; Louis Hyer, Commissary Sergeant;
-. -. Austin, Ordinance Sergeant, and Daniel R. Monroe, Hospital Steward.
In May 1862, Clarke was promoted Lieutenant-Colonel; W. G. Poole, pro-
moted Major; Pollard, Ist Lieutenant and Adjutant; Forme, Surgeon; Mon-
heimer, Assistant Quartermaster, was dropped from the roll by order of the
War Department; Thomas D. Wolfe, appointed Sergeant-Major (John P.
Butler, Sergeant-Major, appointed April 23, 1862, returned to his company
(C) May 31, 1862); F. M: Rowe, Quartermaster-Sergeant; Daniel R. Monroe,
Hospital Steward; Louis M. Brisbin and John Snider, Company C; Felix
Segiane and Samuel McGill, Company B, and John Callen, Company A, Mu-
sicians. On July 5th Major MacDonnell returned to his command, reported
for duty and by order of General Bragg relieved Lieutenant Clarke.
In July 1862, Major Miller reached Chattanooga with six companies from
Florida, and the Florida and Confederate Guards Response Battalion was
dis olved, the two companies from Louisiana going to the Crescent Regiment
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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
Ist Florida, 3rd Louisian and the 41st Mississippi were formed into a bri-
gade and placed under command of Brig.-Gen. John C. Brown, Maj.-Gen.
Patton Anderson's Division. In this brigade the Ist took part in the Ken-
tucky campaign. On their return to Chattanooga on December 13, 1862, the
Ist and 3rd was so decimated that they were united, and were afterward
known as the 1st and 3rd Regiments consolidated. The 3rd, forming the
right wing, and the Ist, the left wing of the regiment. The consolidated regi-
ment was under the command of Col. William Miller, who was shortly pro-
moted to Brigadier-General and ordered to Florida. The Ist and 3rd Regi-
ment consolidated participated in all the great battles of the Western Army
and in every engagement won honors for the State whose colors it carried.
It is seriously to be regretted that a more detailed account of the career
of this Regiment cannot be given at this time. In the revised addition which
it is hoped will.follow this work an effort will be made to tell the whole story
of the gallant men who fought under the flags of the Ist and 3rd Florida Regi-
ments.



















SECOND FLORIDA INFANTRY

The Second Florida Regiment, as it was first organized was composed of ten
companies as follows: Alachua Guards, Alachua County (Co B ; Columbia Rifles,
Columbia County (Co C); Leon Rifles, Leon County (Co D); Hammock Guards, Marion
County (Co E); Gulf State Guards, Jackson County (Co F); St. Johns Greys, St.
Johns County (Co G); St. Augustine Rifles, Putnam County (Co H); Hamilton Blues,
Hamilton County (Co I); Davis Guards, Nassau County (Co K) and Madison Rangers,
Madison County (Co L). During the first part of July 1861, these ten companies
were ordered to rendezvous near the Brick Church, just west of Jacksonville, and
on July 31, 1861 were mustered into Confederate service by Major W. T. Stockton.
The regiment was organized by the election of George T. Ward of Leon County, Colonel;
S. St. George Rogers of Marion County, Lieutenant-Colonel; Louis G. Pyles of Alachua
County, Major. On Monday, July 15, 1861 the regiment left by rail for Virginia,
arriving in Richmond on Sunday afternoon, July 21, 1861. The regiment was in Camp
of Instruction in the neighborhood of Richmond nearly two months. On September 17,
1861 the regiment left Richmond for Yorktown where they were joined by the Rifle
Rangers of Escambia County (Co A, Capt. E. A. Perry).

During the fall of 1861 and the following winter, the regiment was encamped
near Yorktown, forming a part of Major-General J. A. Magruder's command. It was
at Yorktown that the regiment received it's "batism of fire". On May 5th at
Williamsburg, the regiment again distinguished itself by its gallant resistance
to McClellan's advance. It was in this battle that Colonel Ward was killed. The
Second Florida, being twelve months men, were by Act of Congress, required to remain
in the service two years longer. This Act was known as the Conscript Laws and gave
them the right to reorganize by reelection of officers, which should have taken
place on May 3rd but owing to the battle of Williamsburg did not take place until
the following week on May 10th.

On May 31st the regiment was engaged in the battle of Seven Pines where it
lost 6 officers, 4 non-commissioned officers and 24 privates (killed) and 17 officers
21 non-commissioned officers and 106 privates (wounded). Shortly after the battle
of Seven Pines, Company M was assigned to this regiment, making a total of 12
companies. Following the battle of Seven Pines, in quick succession, were the
battles of Cold Harbor, Gaines' Mill, Savage Station, Frazier's Farm and Malvern
Hill. The Maryland Campaign came after these battles and on December 13th, the
battle of Fredericksburg was fought. Thereis no report accessible of the casualties
during these years and it was in this period that some of the most desperate and
bloody battles were fought. In them all the Second Florida did its full measure
of duty and was but a skeleton of a splendid regiment on its surrender at Aopo-
mattox Court House with 7 officers and 59 men.




























Roll Field and Staff-2nd Florida Infantry.




MUSTERED MUSTERED
qAUES, IN. OUT. BEMARXA S.



Colonels--
George T. Ward.................... July 13 '61 ....... .... Killed at Williamsburg May 5, '62.
E. A. Perry................................... July 13, '61 May 9, '65 Captain Co. A; promoted Colonel May 10, '62'
Brigadier-General August, '62; wounded and
disabled at the Wilderness May, '64. r
L. G. Pyles.................................... uly 13, '61 ........................ Wounded, Seven Pines, May 31, 62, and disabled.
promoted Colonel. but never served as such on
account of disability.
Walter R. Moore............ July 13, '61 April 9, '65 Captain Co. C; promoted Major August, '62; Lieut-
Lieutenant-Colonels- enant-Colonel '63; Colonel '64,
S. St. George Rogers................. July 13, '61 May 10, '62 Retired on reorganization, May 10, '62.
W. D. Ballantine....... ..... July 13, '61 July '651 st Lieutenant Co. A; promoted Captain May 10;
'62; Major May '63; Lieutenant-Colonel August
Majors- '64; captured, Gettysburg July 3, '63.
George W. Call............................. July 13. '61 .................... Captain Co. K; promoted Major May 10, '62;
killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Alexander Moseley....................... July 13, '61 April 9, '65 Captain; promoted Major, '64.
Surgeons-
T. M. Palmer................................. July 13, '61 April 9, '65 Charge of Florida hospital June 1, '62 to close of
M. S. Thomas..... ............... ...... April '65 war.
J. C. L'Engle................................. July 13, '61 April 9 '65 Assistant Surgeon; promoted Surgeon, '63.
D. E. Hawes....................................... ..... April 9, '65
Assistant Surgeons-
T. G. Henry.............................. July 13, '61 April 9, '65 Assistant Surgeon September 18, '62.
B. F. W alker.......................... ...... ........ April 9, '65
Drill Master(Captain)
J. L. Cross..................... ..... July 13, '........................ Transferred to provisional army C. S.
Adjutants-
R. B. Thomas............................... July 13, '61 April 0, '65 1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain; transferred to
regular army '62; promoted Major; Colonel and
A. A. Adjutant-General '64.
C. S. Fleming.............................. July 13, '61 ...........1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain Co. G Sept. 2,
'62; wounded Williamsburg May 5, '62; killed,
Games' Farm June 3, '64.
Waddy Butler........................ July 13 '61 ........................ Killed, Chancellorsville May 6, '63.
R. Jenckes Reed.................. July 13, '61 ....... .... Sergeant '61 promoted Adjutant May '63; killed
Quartermaster- at the Wilderness May 5, '63.
E. M. L'Engle.............................. July 13, '61 April 9, '65 Captain and A. Q. W.
Commissary-
W. A. Daniel............................... July 13, '61 April 9, '65 Captain and A. C.....
Chaplains-
J. W Kimberlake............................. July 13, '61 .................. Resigned.
Donald Fraser......... ..... July 13, '61 April 9, '65
Sergeant-Majors-
Edward Houstoun...... ........... July 13, '61 April 15. '65 Transferred to Florida conscript service.
Ephriam Harrison...................... July 13, '61 April 15, '65
Quartermaster-Sergeants-
Thomas W. Givens...................... July 13, '61 Feb. 24, '65 Promoted 2nd Lieutenant, Co. K, 8th Florida,
Commissary-Sergeant- September, 62; Captain Co. K, May, '63; wound-
ed at Gettysburg July 2, '63.
Hospital Steward-
John C. Smythe........................IJuly 13, '61 Feb. 24, '65



















80 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company A (Pensacola Rifle Rangers)-2nd Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICEBs.
C dwardA. Perry.................. May 25, '61 April 9, '65 Promoted Colonel May 10, '62; Brigadier-General
August. '62; wounded at Frazier's Farm June
30, '02; Wilderness May 5, '64 and disabled.
W. D. Ballantine........................ May 25, '61 April 9, '65 Promoted Captain May 10. '62; Major; Lieutenant-
Colonel '64; wounded. Seven Pines May 31, '62
twice; Sharpsl-urg September 17, '62 twice:
Chancellorsville May '63; also at Gettysburg
ist Lieutenants- July 3, '63, and captured.
E. C. Humphrey.............. ...... May 25, '61 ........................ 2nd Lieutenant; promoted 1st Lieutenant lost
arm at Chancellorsville May 3, '63, and killed at
Gaines' Farm June.27, '63 while commanding
company.
William F. Lee....................... May 25, '61 April 9, '65 2nd Lieutenant; promoted 1st Lieutenant, and as
such commanded company at Chancellorsville
May 3, '63, in which he lost his right arm; then
he was promoted Captain Engineers and assign-
to Staff.
L. T. Landrum........................... May 25, '61 .................t Sergeant promoted t Lieutenant June 63
Wounded at Williamsburg May 5, '62, and killed
2nd Lieutenants- at Culpepper. Va., August, '63.
H. F. Riley ..........................May 25, '61 ................. rgeant; promoted 2nd LIeutenant; re-enlisted,
ay 10, '62' wounded, Seven Pines; killed at
Gettysburg July 3, '63.
D. F. Bradley............................... ay 25, 1 ........................ Private; promoted Sergeant; 2nd Lieutenant:
wounded, Williamsburg May '62 Seven Pines
may 31, '62 Frazier's Farm June 30, '62; killed
3rd Lieutenant- Spottsylvania May 12, '64.
ENLISTED MEN.
Aldred, J. A .............................. May 25, '61 .......................
Amos, J. E .......... ........... May 25, '1 ..............Appointed Sergeant July 13. '61; re-enlisted and
transferred to Ordnance Department.
Barnes, F......................................... May 25. '61 ..................... Killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Bobs, J.V ...................Aug. 29, '01 .........
Bond, W.":............................. May 25, ':61 :::::...... Killed at Gettsyburg July 2, '63.
Bower, F. M ............................ Aug. 29, '.. ....Killed at Spottsylvania Ma 12, '64.
Bowers, S. A:::: ............... May 25, '61 ............... Wounded, Fredericksburg December 13 '62; cap.
turned at Gettysburg; imprisoned at Fort Dela-
ware.
Brewer, J. W............................ May 25 '61 ..................... Promoted Corporal; May 10, '62, wounded and
disabled at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Brosnham, George ..................... .............................................. Transferred to Prattville, Ala., Dragoons; promot-
ed Assistant Surgeon of C. S. A., '64; shot at
Chickamauga.
Bryan, W. C.................................... May 25, '61 ...........Re-enlisted '62; wounded. Seven Pines May 31,
B ..2; Chancelforsville May 1, '63; Gettysburg
July 3, '63.
Butts. A.. M.... .... ............ ..May 25, '61 ... ........ Re-enlsted '62; wounded, Gettysburg July 2, '63.
Byrnes. Frank............. May 25, '61 .................... Killed, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Byrne J. M............................ May 25, '61 April 9, '65
Caldwell, R ........Aug. 29, '61
Christian .............................. 2 ......'61 ............ Wounded at Yorktown April '62.
Church H ...................Aug. 29, '61 ...... Killed in Seven Days Battle June to Julyl, '62.
Clark, J. P .......... May 25, '61 .............. Mortally wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Clifford, G. C..... .... Aug. 29, '61 April 9, '65 Wounded Seven Pines May 31, '62; Sharpsburg
September 17, '62; imprisoned at Fort Delaware
Clifford, S. L............. Aug. 29, '61 .................... Wounded at Gaines Mill June 26, '62; Gettysburg
Colson, E. W ........................ May 25, '61 ...... ......... July 3, '63.
Conklin J. W................ Aug. 29, '61 ................. Deserted at Williamsburg, '62.
Cooper, C. E ............................... May 25 '61 ... ......Killed at Sharpsburg September 17, '62.
Cunningham, J ... ............... May 25. '61 ............. ... Wounded, Wiliamsburg May 5, '62; killed at Fra-
zier's Farm June 30, '62.
Curry; -R................... ..... May 25, 61 ..... ..... Transferred May, '62, to Navy.
Courts, Z. E. C .................................. May 25, '61 ............. ...... Musician; captured at Gett rg.
Cushman, H. C.......... .....May 25, '61 April 9, 65 Re-enlisted May, '62; wounsdGettysburg July
Davis, B. B ...................... June 23, '61 ................. 3, '63.
Deer, D. H .................... May 25, '61..... ..... Mortally wounded, Gaines' Farm June 27, 62; died
October, '62.
Dennison, W. H............... May 25, '61............y 25,6 ........... Transferred June, '62; wounded, Seven Pines May
31, '62.
Ditmar, John.......................... May 25, '6 ........... Wounded, Gettysburg July 3 63.
Ditmar, Noyes.................................. ay 25, '61 Deserted at Montgomery May '61
DixonA. B .......... ........ May 25....... '61 ......5.... Died at St. Charles hospital August 29, '61.
Dow, ........... ..................... June 26, '61 ....Transferred June, '62, to Navy.
Ellis, C. H........ ..... ....... May 25, '61 ..... ..... Promoted Corporal.
Fenley, J. T .....................................May 25, '61 April 9, '65
Flournoy, ....... ...... ......Aug. 29, 61 ......... Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62; Gettysburg
July 2, '63; discharged August, '63, on account
of wounds.
Flourney W, ... ............. 29, '61 .......Killed at Sharpshurg September 17, '62.
Flowers, May 25 '6 ..........;::.... Wounded at Frazier's Farm June 3, '62; killed at
Gettysburg July 3, '63.
loyd, J. B......................................May 25 '61 ....... ..........Died at Fort Delaware.





















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 81


Roll Company A-(Pensacola Rifle Rangers) 2nd Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMABKS.

Fowler, W........................... May 25, '61 ..... ............ Discharged for deafness.
Gee, W. A...................... ........ May 25, '61 ......... ........ Killed at Sharpsburg September 17. '62.
Gerard, J........................................ Aug. 29, '61 ..................... Killed, Williamsburg May 4, '63.
Givens, D. C...... ........ ........ May 25, '61 Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30. '62.
Glass, 8............................ .......... May 25, '61 .... ................
Gleason, J...... ......................... May 25, '61 ..... ............ Killed, Gettysburg July 2, '63.
Grinnell, G. F...... .......... May 25, '61 April 9, '65 Went to Navy.
Haley, J. H...................... May 25, '6 April 9, '65
Harrison, Frank M..................... May 25. '61 April 9, '65 Re-enlisted May '62; wounded in Seven Days' Bat-
tle, June 25 to July 1.
Harrison, J. W..... ............... May 25, '61 .................. Transferred to Virginia Cavalry.
Harrison, W. H......... .... May 25, '61 ...... ..... Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Hendrix J ..... ..... ...... May 25, '61 ..................
Hernandes, A. J.....................Aug. 29 '01 ................
H ooper .................................... ......... ........................ ....................... W wounded, Seven Pines May 31. '62.
Jones, ................ ...................... May 25, '61 .......... .
Jordan, R. 8............................ May 25, '61 April 9, '65
Julian, B.................................... May 25. '61 ................. Killed in Seven Days battle.
Kelber, D..... ......... ..... May 25, '61 .........
Kennedy, W. D...... ............... May 25, '61 ........................ Promoted Corporal; wounded, Seven Pines May
31, '62; Gettysburg July 2. '63.
Keyser, A. W.................................. May 25, '61 ........................ Wounded, Seven Days' battle June 25 to July 1:
Gettsyburg July 2, '63.
Knight B. R.................................. May 25 '01 ....... .... Discharged May '63, for disability.
Knight D. ............................. May 25. '61 ...... .... Killed. Gettysbu Jul 2, '63.
Knight, J. C.................................... May 25. '61 ...... ........... Mortally wounded at hancellorsville May 2, '63.
night J. H......................... May 25, '61 ...... ......... Wounded at Gaines' Farm June 27, '62.
Knowles, D. C May 25 '61 ................1... .... Wounded at Gainea' Farm June 27. '62.
andrum, 8. M....................... May 25, '61 April 9, '65
Luckie, James T.......................... May 25, '61 .................... Re-enlisted May, '62; wounded Gettysburg;
killed at the Wilderness May 5, '64.
McKindlay, J. L.............................. Aug. 29. '61 ................Killed at Sharpsburg September 17 '62.
Maura, Frank.............. .... Me. 16, '62 April 9. '5 Sergeant.
Merrell,. W J ......................................... .......... April 9. '65
Merritt, J. T.................... May 25, '61 ................. Killed, Williamsburg May 5, '62.
Milligan, R...... ....... .................... May 25, '61. ...........
Mlsted, .................................. May 25 '1 ........................ Transferred, Confederate Navy May. '62.
Morris. J. H ....................................... May 25, '61........ .........
Wail, J. A............................... ................ ..... ...................... W wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Odam, W. H.............................. May 25. '61 .......
Penny, A. J...... ............... ....................... ....... Wounded. Seven Days' battle June 25 to July 1,02.
Penny, J. L................................ ................... ........................ Wounded, Gaines' Farm June 27, '62.
Perry, C. H................................. May 25, '61 .............. Corporal.
Phlps, W. H................ ....... Aug. 29. '61 ................... Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Po ll J.... ............ ... .... Aug. 29, '61 ......................
uinn, W ................................. May 25, '61 ........................ Deserted July. '61.
Reed, D. B. R........ ......... Aug. 29, 1 April 0, '65 Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '63.
Riley, R............................... May 25, '01 ........................ promoted Sergeant; wounded Seven Pines May
31. '62; Sharpsburg September 17, '62.
Rosson, T. N..... ....................... May 25, '61 ..... .......... Killed at Ellison's Mill June 26, '62.
Sherman, J..... ......................... Aug. 2 '1 ....................... Killed at Williamsburg May 5, '02.
Shippey, C. ...... .......... Aug. 29, '1 ........................ Killed at Seven Pines May 31. '62.
Shuttleworth, J..... .... ........... Aug. 2 '61... ............
Sills W. B........................................May 25 '61... .........Wounded. Gaines' Farm June 27, '62; Gettysburg
July 2 '63.
Squires, W. W................................. May 25, '61 ........................ Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 3. '62.
Taylor, D. B....................... July 1. '1 .................... Transferred to Staff.
Towles, W................... ..... May 25, '61 ....... .... Discharged for deafness.
Turner, L. B......................... May 25, '61 ................Wounded. Seven Pines May 31. '62.
Villar, A............................... Aug. 29, '61 ....... .... Wounded. Gaines' Farm June 27, '62; Gettysburg
July 3, '63.
Visor, George.................................... May 25. '61 ..................... Transferred to llospital Service.
Waters, L......................................... May 25, .... ... Re-enlited My 10, '62; mortally wounded at
Seven Pines May 31. '62.
Way, S................ ay 25, '1 ................... Killed. Williamsburg May 5. '62.
Webster, W...................... May 25 '61.... ...... Furnished substitute.
W ilkins. M ...... .......................... Aug. 29. '61....... ........

Roll Company B (Alachua Guards)-2nd Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
Lew..Williams....................... July 13, '61 ...... ........... Wounded at Seven Pines May 31. '62; resigned, '63.
R. G. Jerkins.............................. July 13 '61 ................. 4th Sergeant; promoted Ist Lieutenant May 10;
sat Lieutenant- Captain June '62; wounded at Seven Pines May
31. 'l2; killed at Gettysburg July 1. '63.
Asa Clark............... .............. July 13. '61 ..................... Returned to Florida in May, '62. and deserted.

















82 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.

Roll Company B (Alachua Guards)-2nd Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


NAMES MUSTERED MUSTERED REMARKS.
IN. OUT.
2nd Lieutenants-
Ransom Cason................. Juy 13, 1............ Resigned at reorganization;reinlisted in 7thFlorida
J. kso......................July 13 61 Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
July 1, 1 .......................Promoted from Sergeant to lieutenant May 10;
ENLISTED MEN. killed at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
Arnow, B .........
Adams, John ........ Jul 3 .. 3rd Sergeant.
Baldin, **. .......*** ......July 13, '61 ......................
Baldrfien, L ............. ....July 13, '.61..................
Barfieda J D .................................... July 13, ........................
Bennett, D ................. J 13, '6 April 0 '65 Wounded at Williamsburg May '62.
Bennett, Jacob .......................... July 13, '61...........
Bennett, Jaco ....... ..u 13, ..Corpor; wounded at even Pines May 31, '62.

Blantn, omas ............. .... y 13, ...... ....... Killed at Seven Pines Ma 0, '62.
Boytt, J. 1II.............. uly 13, 61 ........................ wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
S**u.... 13, '61. .............. Promoted to Corporal; wounded at Gettysburg
Brynt. .....July 2, '63.
Bryant ... y 13, ....................... ed at Perryville, K"., '62.
Bryant. J. .T ......... **..... KJul killed at Seven Pines ay 31, '62.
Brooker, J. G ................. July 13 '61........... y 3, '
Burnett, G.J ............ ........Wounded at Frazier' Farm June 30, 62.
Caston, W .... ...... ...... u r...................... r ra.
Cannon, John A...............Juy 13. '1 ...... ...... 2nd Sergeant.
Colson, Jonah.......................... u 13, '61 --. ...... Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Colson, J. B........... ........ y '1 ..... ....... killed at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
Cooley. E............... ....... Ju.ly 13, '61............Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Cox, F.......................July 13, '61 ........................ Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Cox R. B .....................July 13, 61................. Promoted to Sergeant; wounded at Seven Pines
Crosby, IaR .............. July 13. '61 ....................... May 31, '62.
Cumm s, L, ............................... July 13. '61 ........................Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
mi L. ........... 13, '1 ..... ....... promoted to Sergeant May 10; wounded Seven
Dinkins, C. L ..... Pines May 31, '62.
Downing, W. B ...... .July 13. '61...... ....... Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Dunham, c.......... ........3 '...........
nhEl A. C y ................ July 13, '61 Killed at Chattanooga May, '63.
Ellis, V. H...... ...... July 13, '6 ..: Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62; Frazier's
Evans, James ... ........................... July 13, '61 April 9, 65 Farm June 30, '62.
Evans, Richard. ......::::::ul 13, ...-...... Wounded at Chancellorsville May 3, '63.
Finley, T. J ***............. July 13, ...... ...... Musician.
Flynn, Wi llia July 13 61................ Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62: Frazier's
Hath oxi Jam es..... 3 ..........J .............. Farm and Gettysburg July '63.
Holbrook, Jae. pJ 1..............July 13 ...........
Holder, J. B ............... ... 13, '6 ... ........
Holder, T. B ........... o uly 13, '6 ..... ........
Hubbard, W. W ....... .......... uly 13, '61.....
Huggins, J. H. H ...................Ju y 13, '6 .
Jones. B. ............. ..Juy 13. '61...... .....
ones, .... ".................u y 13, '61 ..................... Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
ones, S. ................................. ...... uly 13, '61....................... Corporal
emps, J. ................. ...... July 13, '61............ Died in Fort Delaware, '63.
Lockhart, J. A .........:....................... July 13, '61 .....
Little, J. W................July 13, '6 .......................
Long, James T ........................uly 13, '61 .................. Wounded at Williamsburg May 5, '62.
McCain, J. T ........................July13, 61...... ...... Killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
McDonald, E ....... .y 13, '61 ... Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
McKinney, James........ly 13, '61 .....
McKinne, Joseph ..... .y 13. '61::: ..........
McRae, J ..................................... July 13, '61.......
Martin, A. Calvin ............... ......... Jy 13,,65rapture""
MalchureW. W :..::::::::::::::::::::: y 3'6 Apri; l .. '5 Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
M4llrncr, W. 1, J...uy...J.,,,l. 13, '61 Apri 65
Millser, G. W Thomas. 13%................Jlo.........
Moody, Thoma .................... y 13, '61 .................. Wounded at Gaines' Farm June 27, '62.
Moore, James ....... ........ y 13, '61.................
Moore, aSeph en...........::::::::::::::. : uy 3, '61 ..................... Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Odom, John .............July 13, 61 ..................
Olmstead, F. P ............... y 13, '6.1.....
Paget, ................y 13, '61......................
Parker, C .................. y 3, 'J 61 .............
ParkerH C.Ju 1 '61 a '65 Wounded at Yorktown and at the Wilderness;
Paseha. E. P ........ ........ y 3, '6 April 9, '65 paroled from prison.
Pelote,. E......., '61 ........... i62 Discharged, '62, on account of disabilities.
Polkote, ..... ..... .. ::::: uly 13 '61 ........................
Polk, D....... ..... July 13, '61........................
Polk, J. ......... ........ July 13, '61 ........................
Porcell, James.....: ..................... July 13, '61 ......... ..
Powers, D. J...... ........... u 13, '61 ........... Corporal.
Rals, C. ............ .......Jul 13. '61 ... Wounded at Seven lines May 31,'62.
Ra., D. C ............. .........i..July 1.3, '61 Atpril 9'
Sinn D W.............. ............ Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Sanchezr, Jul 13, '6il .. sergeant woun at Seven Pines May 31, '62
Sanders, J ........ ................. uly 13. '61 pril 0, 65 Wounde at Seven Pines May 31, '62.





















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 83


Roll Company B (Alachua Guards)-2nd Florida Infantry.

(CONTINUED.) (


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAME. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Scott. W. P.................. July 13, '61 April 9, '65 Wounded in neck Gettysburg July 3. '63; in hand
herley, Jaser.................... July 13 '61 .................. Wilderness May, '64.
parkman, G. W....................... July 13, '61 ...........
Strobe, W. E........... ..... July 13, '61 ........................ Wounded at Gettysburg July 3. '63.
Stroble. W. W........... .... July 13 '61 April 0, '65 Wounded at Gaines' Farm June 27; Frasier's Farm
June 30, '62.
Strock. J. E..... .....................Juy 13, '61 April 9, '65 Wounded at Seven Pines May 31. '62.
Sumerlin, D. J............ ..... Juy 13, '61 ...........
Tidwell,.D. H........ ..... Jul 13. '61 April 9, '65
Thomas, J. J...............................July 13. '61........................ Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Took, J. W ...... ................... July 13. '1.... .......
Ursey, A. P ..................... uly 13, '61 ........................
Wadkins, Crawford...................July 13, '61 ...........
White. J. M...... ..................July 13, '61 ................. Wounded at Gaines' Farm June 27, '62.
Weeks. J. T.................. July 13. '61 ..... ......Corporal.
Wescott, William .............July 13. '61 .............
Wilkey, James... .......... Ju 13. '............ Killed at Gaines' Farm June 27. '62.
Wilkey. William......... ....... July 13. '61...
Williams J. J ................ July 13 '61 ............Promoted Sergeant and Color Bearer.
Wilsonr-Nathaniel........ .... July 13. '61 ............ Killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Young, William H...................Ju 13. '61 ................. Musician.




Roll Company C (Columbia Rifles)-2nd Florida Infantry.



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
Walter R. Moore........................ July 13, '61 April 9, '65 Re-enlisted May 10, '62; Jan. 28, '64; wounded at
Seven Pines May 31, '62; Chancellorsville'63;
Gettysburg July 3, '63- promoted Major '63;
Lieutenant-Colonel '63; Colonel, '64 in all prin-
cipal battles of Army of Northern Virginia and
fht at Cedar Keys, Fla., at which vessels loaded
with railroad iron were captured.
H. E. Stokes................................... ............ April 9, '5 Sergeant; promoted Captain.
zst Lieutenant-
R. B. Thomas.............. July 13 '1 April 9. '65 Promoted Adjutant; Ist Lieutenant; Captain;
and Lieutenants- Major P. A. C. S.
W. B. Brown.......... ..... July 13. '61 April 9, '65
W. L. Hazlett.......... .............. 2nd Sergeant; promoted 2nd Lieutenant.
Harrison Pratt...................... July 13, '61 April 9 '65Re-enlisted May, '62; promoted 2nd Lieutenant'
wounded at Gaines' Mill June 2, '62; transferred
3rd Lieutenants- to Co. D, 4th Infantry.
P. Shealy................................ July 13, '62 ................... Killed July 3. '63. In battles of Wilderness to Get-
tysburg; the battles of Army of NorthernVirginia
from May 5, '62 to July 3, '63.
J. C. Hamilton..................... July 13, '61 ........................ Killed at Sharpaburg September 20, '62.
Spier Allison....... ............. July 13, 1 ........................ Seriously wounded at Chancellorsville in head;
disabled; lost his mind from wound. -
ENLIaTED MEN.
Allen. Robert....................... July 13, '61 April 9, '65 Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62; imprisoned
Allen, William........... .... July 13, '61 April 9, '65 at Fort Delaware.
Bateman, A. H............... ...... July 13, '61 April 9, '65 Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Banks, Archibald T .................. July 13, '61 April 9 '65 Promoted Adjutant.
Brown. Jethro........................... July 13, '61 April 9, '85
Brown, L. P...... ......... July 13. '61 April 9, '65
Brewer, J. W ....................... ......... July 13. '61 ........ ...........
Bennett, Henry........... .... July 13, '61 ... ...........
Bennett, John A....................... July 13. '61 April 9, '65 Wounded at Gaines' Farm June 27, '62.
Board, S. P..... July 13, '61 ........................
Brewer, W. B.. ............. July 13. '61 ....................... Re-enlisted May, '62; wounded Gaines' Farm June
27, '62.
Buttchaell....... ....... May '61 ....... .... Promoted to 2nd Lieutenant Co. B, 5th Infantry.
Burns, W. P............. ...... July 13, '61 .....................Reported as deserter.
Cason. J. B................................ July 13. '61 ........................ Corporal- killed at Seven Pines May 31 '62.
Chambliss, W. O.......................... July 13, '61 April 9, '65 Captured at Gettysburg; imprisoned at Fort
Delaware.
Cone, D. N................................. July 13, '61 April 9, '65 Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Cutter. W H ................................ July 13. 1 ......... ...
Cason, H. J..... ......................... July 13 '61 63 Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62; discharged
Won account of wounds.
Crane, M C....................................... July 13 '1 ........................ wounded at lliso 's Mill June 26. '62.



















84 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company C (Columbia Rifles)-2nd Florida Infantry.
(CONTIrNED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Daniels, W. E......................... July 13, '61 ...........
Dowling, W. W........... ......... Juy 13 '61...........
D oliff, A ......... ............................... July 13, '61 .. .........
Demere, John................. .......... July 13, '61...........
Ellinger, A.................................. July 13, '61 ................ Re-enlisted May 10 '62; nd promoted Sergeant;
Fernandez, A.............July 1, '1 ........................ wounded at Williamsburg.
Gahagen, C................................ July 13, '61 ...........
Gaylard, Thomas M......................... July 13, '01.... .....
Grisham, L. M................ ........... uly 13, '1 ............. Killed at Seven Pines.
Green, A C....................................... July 13, '61 .. .. .........
Green, George W ..... ... ..... July 13, '61 ...........
Griffin, G. A ................................... July 13, '61 ............Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Harvey, Richard.......................... July 13, '61 April 9, '65
Hines, Isaac ...... ........... July 13, '61 April 9, '65 Wounded in foot at Chancellorsville May 3, '63.
Hines, William................................ July 13, '61 April 9, '65
Hocter Demenie.......................... July 13, '61 .................Reenlisted May, '62; wounded at Seven Pines
Jackson, Thomas........................... July 13 '61 .......... Ma 31, '62.
Jerrold, David ...... .......... July 13, '61 .......... Killed.
Jerrold, E............. ..... July 13, '61.. ... .........
Jones, John A........... ............ July 13, '01 .......... Re-enlisted May, '6 mortally wounded at Get-
tysburg July 3, '63.
Kinsey, Luke.............. ................. Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Long, Joseph........................... July 13, '61 .................. Transferred 4th Florida; killed at Dallas, Ga.,
May 28, '64.
Low, Phillip E................................ July 13, '61 April 9. '65 Sergeaht; transferred Co. K, 3rd Florida.
Mack, Adam .............. .. .... July 13, '61 .... .........
Miller, J. T.............July 13 ,'61 .... .....Killed at Gaines' Farm June 27, '62: in battles of
Williamsburg May 5, '62; Seven Pines May 31,
'62; Ellison's Mill June 26, '62, and Gaines' Farm
June 27,'62.
Mote, John A................................... July 13, '61 ........ ......... Wounded at Ellison's Mill June 26, '62; Gaines'
Farm June 27 '62. captured at Gettysburg;
imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
M ote, W F...................................... July 13, '61 ......... ........... K killed.
Mondane, Jacob........................... July 13 '6....
Mondane. James..... ........ .......... July 13, '61 ... ........
More, J. C............................................. April 9, '65 Wounded at Ellison's Mill June 26, '62.
Nichols, Jerry..... ..... .. 13........... July '61 .............
Nobles, L.................. .. ....... July 13, '61 .......................
O'Brien, James.............................July 13, .................
Peoples, John H ....... .... .. Jl 13, ............ July 3Killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Peoples, W. W........................ July 13, '61 ....... .... Killed.
Raulerson, W. J.................. July 13, '61............ Transferred Co. D, 4th Regiment.
Raulerson, A.............................. July 13, '61 ................. Re-enlisted May 10; wounded at Fredericksburg
SI December 13, '62.
Rogeron E................................. y 13, ...... ............ Wounded May. '63, at PRedericksburg.
Roberts. A. C.................. .......... July 13 '61 ....... .... Killed at Seven Pines May 31, '2.
Robinson. James H....... ........... July 13 '61.... .......
Sheffield. C. H ................................... J y 13, 61 .. .. .........
Shields, W H.................. ........ July 13 '61 .....
Stokes, A. T.........................Jul 13 '61 ................. Re-enlisted May, '62; wounded at Seven Pines
Strickland. M. T........... ........... Jul 13, '61 ... .............. May 31. '62.
Suggs, J. T...... ................... July 13, '61 .................Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Tuely, John T.................... ......... July 13, '61 .... ...
Townsend, V. D ......... .... July 13 ,'61 .........
Tucker, J. E................................ July 13, '61 .... ... Killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Tucker, E. A ................. ........... July 13, '61..... .
Venters, F.......... ....... July 13, '61........
W ilkerson.............................................................. ....................
Williams. T. W......................... July 13, '61 ................. Sergeant.
W illis, R. H.......... ... ..... July 13, '61........ ...
W illiams, Peter.................. ... ....... 'July 13, '61 April '6.
Wolfe, Frederick....................... July 13, '61 April 9, '65Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
W ooten, John ................ ........... July 13. '61 ........................ Deserted.


Roll Company D (Leon Rifles)-2nd Florida Infantry.



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
T. W. Brevard, Jr...... ..... July 13, '61 ... .......Retired on reorganization May, '62.
M. J. C. Musgrove.......... July 13, ............ .. Sergeant promoted Captain May, '2 wounded
lst Lieutenants- at Seven Pines May 31, '62; deserted '62.
Richard B. Maxwell..................... July 13, 61 ...... .... Resigned July, '61.
G. R. Cook............. ............ July 13, '61 ....... .......... signed May 15, '62.


















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 85

Roll Company D (Leon Rifles)-2nd Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARiS.

A. J. Stewart............................... July 13 61 ............Promoted 1st Lieutenant; wounded and disabled
at Seven Pines May 31, '62 resigned May 16, '63
A. P. Barrow .............................. July 13, '61 ....................... Promoted 3rd, 2nd and 1st Lieutenant; captured
and Lieutenants-- ..... and imprisoned.
A. F. Hayward................. 13,............ul 13 61 ............ Retired at reorganization.
John Paer.................................. uly 13 '61 .. ...... Wounded at Seven Pines; deserted, '62.
Joseph M. Tolber......................... uly 13, '61 ................. Promoted 3rd and 2nd Lieutenants '62 wounded
at Williamsburg May 5, '62; Gettysburg July
3rd Lieutenant- 3, '63.
G. W. aunders................. July 13, '61 .. ........... .. Retired on reorganization.
ENLISTED MEN.
Amber, W ..... ................ July 13, '61.......................
Anderson ...... ....... uly 13 6 .....July 13, .......................
Baker. Charlesa..... ...... July 13, '61 .. ....... .
B arr, J T ......................... July 13, '61 ..........................
Bltellrankin ................. ...... uly 13 '61 ............. st Sergeant; wounded at Sharpsburg and dis-
Bell W.... .......... ...... uly 13, '61 ....... .charged.
Belvin George...............................July 13 '61 .....................
Bethell, Frank :: ........... .. ....... uly 13, '6 April 0, '65
Boatwright, B. J. Q......... 6...... ..............y 13, ....
Bond, W. .a..... ...... .... .................
Boyde L. L........................ Juy 13, '61 ............. .
Brevard, S. ................................... July 13, '61 .. .... ... ... Sergeant.
Brown..................I.J..................July 13, '61 April 9, '65
Bryant, D ....... ....................... July 13, '61 ....... .............
Bryan. ..................................July 13 '61 ............ Transferred to Co. F, 1set Cavalry and promoted
Burroughs, ........................... '.........Jul 13, '6 ............... tai
S Captain.
Burroughs. Eben W........................May '61... ..........Wounded at Seven Pines June 30, 62 and dis-
Cameron, John... .................. .. ............ charged re-enlisted, '63, in Capt. George W.
Chester, W ................................. July 13, '61 ................ Scott's 6o.; was elected 2nd Lieutenant of Capt.
Coely, J ............................... July 13, '61' .............D. W. wynn's Co., of Scott's Battalion.
Coleman, Thomas ............................ ... W wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Conners, J........................................ 13, 61 .....
Coo er. W A...................... ....... uly 13, '61 ....................
Crabtree H ................. .......... July 13, '61 ........................
Dauson, Henry .. ..July 13, '61 ...............
DeCottes, E.............. ........... ........Ju 13 61...
Demillay L. .................................. July 13, 61 ........................
Dort John .......................... July 13, '61 ............. Wounded at Gaines' Farm June 27'6
Dutton, J. L............. ... July 13, '61 .............. Wounded at Seven Pines May 30 '62; Gaines
Farm June 27, '62; Frazier's Farm June 30, '62;
Promoted Sergeant.
Edwards J...... ................. July 13, '61................ Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Edwards, ................................... July 13. '61.........................
Footman, George Newell................. July 13 '61 .................... wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63, and captured.
Gray, J. G .. K..................July 13 .' iKilled at Ellison's Mill June 26. '62.
Jone, R.......... ............................. July 13, '61% .............S
Harrington, M........ ............. July 13, '61 ............. Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62; promoted
Henderson, A ......................... Ju.. y.. 13, '61 .................. er.. geant. ...... ..burg
Hickman, W E........................ July 13 61 ..... .I ie at Williamsburg ay 5, '.62; promoted
.1 Sergeant.
Horn W H J. 1. ... July 13 .. '61' ..... ...... Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Houckil 1. ... .. July 13 '61...... ..... Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62 promoted
Houstoun E ............................ July 13, '61 ...... ...... Corporal.
Hunt, D. ............ .......... uly 13, '61 ........................
Jammerson, D.....Juy 13 61 ........................
Jammerson, .. ................. ..... '6...... .
Jarvis, W ....... ..... ......... July 13, '61 ...... ........
Johnson, CharlesW ............July 13 '61............ Promoted 1st Sergeant, and Lieutenant in com-
Johnson, J. F... ........................ 13 1 .... mnd at battle of Gettysburg; killed.
Johnson, 0. I .............., ............ July 13, '61 ........................ Cor oral.
Jones Robert...................... July 3 13: '61 '.oe............Proted ast Sergeant.
Jones, Whitman .............. IJuy 13, 61 April 0, '5 Wounded at Seven Pines.
Jordan, D................................... July 13, '61 ........... Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Jordan, N....................................... July 13, 61 ..............
Jordan, W ............... ....... July 31. 61 ... Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Lenthe rw 8............... ....July 13 '61 .............. Wounded at Williamsburg May 5, '62.
Ledwith Robert ........ ...... July 13, '61 ...........
MedCormick, J...ert.......... ...... July 13, '61 ......Wounded at Gaines' Farm June 27, '62.
McKinney, J .................................. July 13, '61 ........... Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Mangum, O. P ....... J 13, '61 ..........
Marrow. John..... ........... July 3, '61 ................I
Maxwell, D. E ... ...'............ul 3, '61 ......... Corporal promoted Captain Co. H, 1st Cavalry.
Moerriug, Henry .......... ..... 13, 61.................. Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Miller Fred.................................... -July 13, '61 ..... ......
Morrison, A. J ............. ..... ...... 13, '61.....
Moore, G .................... July 13. '61..............
Murphy, John............................. 13 ............. Musician.
Murray. E. J ........... ......... .July J ,0 .I. Wr..
rirhols E...............J................... Ju 13 611................ Wounded at Bristow Station October 14, '63.


















86 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company D (Leon Rifles)-2nd Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Page, L......... ......................... July 13 '61 ...........
Rawls, R. E..................July 13, '61 ...........
Reddick, J. M....................... July 13, 61 April 9, '65
Richardson, D ................................................................................... Killed at Seven Pines.
Roberts, A. W............................... July 13, '61 Apri 9, '65
Russell, T. S................................... July 13, '61 ........ ...
Saunders, George C.......................... July 13, '61.. .....Musician.
Saunders James............................ July 13, '61.......
Sciller, F......... .................... July 13, '61...........
Smith, A. W .............................. July 13. '61 April 4 '165
Smith, S..................................... July 13, '61 .................Killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Smythe, James C........................... July 13, '61 ....................... Hospital Steward December 13, '62.
Stephens D................................ July 13, '61 .................Promoted Sergeant.
Stewart, A. J .............. ........ .. .. July 13, '61 ........ .........
Stewart, J. F..................................... July 13, '61 April 9, '65
Stokes, Henry................................... Mc. '62 ........................ Killed in battle of Turkey Ridge, Va., Aug. 31, '64
Strickland, E ............................... July 13, '61 .... ................
Surey, L. S...................................... July 13 '1 ... ......
Thomas, William....................... July 13, '61 April 9. '65 ....
Turner, C....... .......................... July 13, '61 ....... ..........
W alcott, H....... ...................... July 13, '61 ..... ............
Waller, R. B.............................. July 13, '61 April 9, '65
W weather, D.................... ................ uly 13, '61 ..... ..........
W hitley, S. S..................................... Ju 13, '61 ....
W ightman, A.................................... J ly 13, '61 ....... ..........
W ilis, D .... .............. .................... July 13, '61 ..... ......
Willis, W. J......... ............ July 13, '61 ...........
Wilson. H .. ... ... ...... July 13 '61 ...............u Wounded at Seven Pines May, '31, 62.
Wilson, James............................ July 13, '61 ...... ......... Wounded at Seven Pines May 31. '62.
Wilson John.............................. Jul 13, '61 ........................ Killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Wolfe, R. J................................. July 13, '61 .................... Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62; also at Get-
tysburg July 3, '63; promoted Corporal.
Woodward A. L., Jr..................... July 13, '61 ........................ Sergeant; transferred to Co. D, Scott's Battalion
Wright, W........... ................. July 13, '61 .................. .. Cavalry April, '62.


Roll Company E (Hammock Guards)-znd Florida Infantry.



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES, IN. OUT. REMARBX.

OFrICERS.
Captains-
John D. Hopkins...... ...... July 13, '61 ....... ..... Resigned at reorganization.
William E. MCasin..... ..... July 13 '61 ....... ....2nd Lieutenant; promoted Captain; wounded.
Seven Pines May 31, '62; killed at Gettysburg
July 3, '63.
James H. Johnson.............. July 13, '61 ................. Promoted 1t Lieutenant, then Captain; wounded
Gettysburg July 3, '63, and captured.
Patrick P. L. Todd.................. July 13, '61 ................. Sergeant; promoted 3rd Lieutenant and Captain;
wounded at Gettysburg July 2, '63; killed
Ist Lieutenants- Orange C. H. September, '63.
Allen G. Summer............. July 1............ J 13, Retired May 10, '62, at reorganization.
David S. Reynolds..................... July 13, '6 ........................ 2nd Sergeant; promoted 1st Lieutenant; killed,
2nd Lieutenant- Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Jesse Dupree.................. ....... July 13, '61 April 9. '65 Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; wounded, Gettysburg
July 3, '63; transferred to 9th Regiment; pro-
3rd Lieutenant- moted Captain.
William Cox...... ................. July 13, '61 ....................... Retired at reorganization; joined Co. H, 2nd Car.
ENLISTED MEN.
Alexander.James A....... ........... July 13. '61 ................... Wounded, Williamsburg May'5, '62; killed, Seven
Pines May 31, '62.
Alexander, Mordica......................... July 13, '61 ..... .......... Wounded, Williamsburg May 5, '62; Seven Pines
May 31, '62.
Allbritton, Thomas W..................... July 13, '61 ...... ........ Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62; Gettysburg
July 3. '63.
Allen, George P.................. July 13, '61 ..... .....Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
Allen, James A......... ..... July 13, '61 ..... .....Killed Frazier's Farm June 30, '62,
Allen, William B............................ July 13, '61 .
Alsobrook, Joseph..................... July 13, '61........
Atkinson, J. M ................................. ............................... ..... Imprisoned, Fort Delaware.
Anglin, Johnus I............................ July 13, '61 ...........
Barnes, Caleb H................... .. Juy 13 '61 ............ Corporal.
Bellamy, James................................ July 13, '61 .......................
Biggs Jacob ............................... Jly '61 .... ........ Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30. '62.
Bitch, Alonso E ......... .............July 13, '6......... Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
Bond, Sanford.................................. Ju 13, 61 April 9, '65 Transferred to Co. L, 2nd Florida.
Borchers, Nicholas B...............July 13 '61 ....... ...... Killed, Frazier's Farm June 30, '02,
Boyte enry .................... July13, '61 ................... Killed, Seven Pines May 31, '62.




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 87

Roll Company E (Hammock Guards)-2nd Florida Infantry.
(ConTInUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. I REMARKS.

Broudwater, William H................. July 13, '61 ...................... Promoted 1st Sergeant May 10, '62; wounded
Broome, Thomas H......................... July 13, '61 .................Seven Pines.
Brown, Charles M............................. July 13, '61 ............ Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62; transferred
to Co. G, 9th Regiment; promoted 1st Lieuten-
ant, '63 then Captain, '64; wounded at Olustee,
while in the 9th.
Bryant, Dempsey........... ...........July 13, '61 ...........Wounded Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Bryant, J. H..... ............ July 13, '61 .........Died, Fort Delaware of disease, '63.
Burleson, Daniel D.... ........... July 13 '61 April '5
Burleson, Marion D....................... July 13, '65 Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Burleson, Thomas B................... July 13, '61 April 9, 62 Wounded. Fraier's Farm June 30, '62.
Burns, C ............................................. Jul 13, '61 .... ... Killed, Chancelloraville May, '63.
Carter George W............................. July 13, '61 April 9, '65
Crankield, Littleton P......... ........ July 13, '61 .....................
Cross, Halcombe R......................... July 13, '61 ........................ Promoted Corporal; wounded, Seven Pines May
Dawkins, Samuel.......................... July 13, '61 ... ........ 31, '62.
Deger, J. H............................... July 13, '61 .... ......
Dickerson, James W................. July 13, '61 .................
Driggers, Abel L......................... July 13, '61 ........................
Dutton, Z. E.............................. July 13, '61 ......... ........
Dye, James H........................... July 13, '1 ..........
Eichelberger, Thomas W................. July 13, '61 April '65 Corporal; promoted Sergeant: wounded, Williams
burg May 5, '62; Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Farmer, Benjamin D................... July 13, '61 ....................... Killed. Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
Fogg, Moses................................ July 13, '61 ................Wounded, Gaines' Farm June 26, '62; killed Chan-
cellorsville May 4, '63.
Gardner, James G......................... July 13, 0'61 .....
Geiger, Henry C:................. July 13, '61...........
Gibson, Charles F ....................... July 13, ............ Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
Gorden, James G...................... 13, '61........ ...
Gradick, Diogenes W................... July 13, '61 .................... Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
Grinner, Nathaniel H. C................. July 13, '61 ...........
Guerry, Mark........................... July 13, '61 ..... .......... Musician.
Harrell, Alexander J. W................. July 13, '61.... .....
Hamlin, John.............................. July 13, '61 .. ........
Hardin, Thomas H.................... July 13, '61 ................ Sergeant.
Hedick, David L....................... July 13, '61 April '6 Musician; promoted 2nd Sergeant.
Hedick, W J...... ....................... July 13, 61 .... .......
Hendricks, Lemuel H........... July 13, '61 .....
Hogan, Andrew J..................... July 13, '61 ................ Wounded, Ellison's Mills May 26, '62; Gettysburg
July 3, '63.
Howard, William D..... ............. uly 13, '61 .............. Promoted Corporal.
Jones, Whitman H. ............................ uly 13 61 ...........
ing, George W........................ uly 13, '61 ................
kes, Eugene ........ ..... July 13, 61 .................. Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Madden, Patrick .............................. July ,3, '6, ................u...
July 13, '61 ......................
Massey, John P. C.......................... y 13, '61 April 9, '65 Wounded at Gaines' Farm June 27, '62.
McKee, Sidney D.............. .... 3, ......................
Mills, Crawford...... .......... uly 13. '61 .... .......
Mills, Thomas S...... ....... ..... uly 13, '61 .................
Mix, A......uly 13 '61 ...... .. 13........
Mixon, Stephen G............July 13, '61 ........................
Moorman, William P........... Juy 13, '61...........
eil, John............................. .... ly 13 '61 ................
Nevitt, John M.......... ..... July 13, '61 ........................
Pogue, Daniel............ .... July 13, '61 ........ ......... Wounded at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
Pyles, Thomas W....... .... July 13, '61 ...........
SRawley, C. D ............. ......................April 9, '65 Corporal.
Reddick, John M ..... ........... J Apl 4, '
Roberts, James M.....3,61 ........................ Captured at Gettysburg; imprisoned at Fort Dela-
Roberts, William N..... ........ July 13, '61 ....ware.
Rowe, Judson A............................. Jul 13 '1 ... ......
Slager, Julius....... ........... .. .. Juy 13, '6 ...........
Stark, Reuben................ July 13 '61 April 9, '65
Starke, Thomas..... ...... ..Ju 13, 61........................ Corporal.
Scott, George L....... ... .......... July 13, '61 .... .........
Tate, B .............. ...........Ju 13, '61 ........... Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Tate, Robert H .......... .... .Ju 13, '61 .... .... Corporal; Wounded at Bristow Station October
Thomas, George W.................... July 13, '61 April 9, '65 14, '63.
Thomas, Richard......... ....... July 13, '61 .. .........
Todd, Joseph A. ....... ...... July 13, '61 .... .........
Tuton, W illiam C............................ July 13, '61..... .....
Turner, John W.................... July 13, '61 ......
Turner, Joseph E........ ............ July 13, '61 .....
Vaughn, R. T....... .... July 13, '61 ... ........
Venning, Robert D...... ..... July 13, '61 .. .........
Walker, Jesse C................... July 13, '61..........
Watkins, William B................. July 13, '61 ............. st Sergeant.
Williams, Edward T............... July 13, '61.............
Williams, Eli G................. July 13 '61 ....... .... Corporal; died at Yorktown.
Williams, Warner..............Jul 13, '61.........
W heeler, James F............................. Ju 13, '61....
Wenton, Henry...:.................. July 13 '61...........
West, N. W............................. July 13, '61 ... .......




















88 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company E (Hammock Guards)--nd Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS

Wooley, James McT.......................July 13, '61 ....................
Wright, M............................... July ........................... Died in Fort Delaware prison, '63.
Yongue, Robert E........................... July 13 '61 April 9, '65
Zetrouer, Solon R....................... July 13, '61 April 9. '65


Roll Company F (Gulf State Guards)-2nd Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captaina--
James F. McClellan.................. July 13, '61 ........ ...... Retired May 10,'62; promoted Lieutenant-Colonel,
J. Henry Pooser..................... July 13, '61 ....... ..... 1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain May 10. '62;
killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Harrison, Tillinghast..................... July 13, '61 ...... ........ 2nd Lieutenant; promoted Captain May 31, '62;
wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62; killed at
Sharpaburg September 17, '62.
Ben F. Watts...... ...... July 13, ....................... Promoted 2nd Lieutenant May 10, '62; 1st Lieu-
tenant, then Captain, June, '63; wounded, Fra-
sier's Farm June 30, '63; killed in service.
1st Lieutenants-
George E. Pooser....................... July 13, '61 .... ............ Promoted 1st Lieutenant July 3, '63; wounded,
Seven Pines May 31, '62; killed at Gettysburg
July 3, '63.
Joe Wyatt........................................................ ........................ Promoted 3rd Lieutenant May 10, '62; 2nd Lieu-
2nd Lieutenant- tenant September. '63, and 1st Lieutenant.
3rd Lieutenants-
Charles D. Eaton....................... July 13, '61 ....... ..... Resigned May 10, '62.
James W. Brett......... ...... July 13, '61....... ........... Sergeant; promoted 1st Sergeant April. '62; then
3rd Lieutenant, June, '62; wounded at Chan-
cellorsville May 13, '63.
ENLISTED MEN.
Allen, Joseph F.............................. uly 13, '61 ....... ........... Promoted Corporal.
Ayers, John...... ...... ........... July 13, '61 ...... ........
Barnes, E. 8...... .......... Ju 13, '61 ............... ... Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Barnes, William R...... ........ ... July 13, '61 .............. Wounded, Ellison's Mill June 26, '62.
Bassett, Newten P..................... July 13, '61 .............. Musician; wounded at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
Baty, Reuben .................................. July 13, '61 ........................
Bell, J. D ............................ July 13, '61 .. Wounded; imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Bell, William E.............................July 13, '61 ............ Wounded at Seven Pines May 31. '62; Frazier's
Bell, W. R............................... uly 13, '61 ..... Farm June 30, '62.
Best, Archibald..................July 13, '61 ..............
Best, Tillman........................ July 13, '61..........
Bird, John 8.... ....... .... Juy 13, '61 .... 1st Sergeant; promoted to Regimental Staff.
Bonner, John J............. ...... July 13, ... ..........
Brown, N. L............................. July 13 '61....
Bryan, Newten.................... July 13 '61.......
Bryan, R. R.................. ..... July 13, '61 ... ..........
Bryan, William..................... July 13, '61..........
Burger, Jeff...................................... July 13, '61...........
Burnham, Alfred..............July 13, '61.................
Butler, Albert ....................... July 13 '61 ....................Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Butler, Stephen.. ............. July 13, '61...........
Butler. William.............................. July 13 '61 .... .....2nd Corporal; promoted Sergeant May 10, '62;
wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Champas, T. E..........................:... July 13, '61 ...................... Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62.
Chance. Alexander............ July 13, '61 ..............
Cobb, Reuben....................... July 13 '61 ..... ....Corporal wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62;
Gaines' Farm June 27, '62; Gettysburg July 3,
'63.
Collier, W. A...... ................... July 13, '61 ........................ Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Cook, John...... ..................... July 13, '61 .... ....
Coonrod, A. Me.............................. July 13, '61 ......... .... Wounded, Chancellorville, '63.
Daffin, Horace................................ July 13, '61 ...........Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Daniels, William......................... July 13. '61..........
Darcy, John T............. ... J .............Juy 13, Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '02.
Dickson, John................... ..... July 13, '61 ... ..........
Dykes, A. D................................... July 13, '61...........
Gladden, John ............................. July 13, '61 .......... Corporal.
Glisson, H enry J............................................... ........................
Harrison, William H........................ July 13. '61 ....................
Hearn, Thomas C....................... July 13, '61...........
Hinson, Hadley......................... July 13, '61 ........... 2nd Sergeant promoted 1st Sergeant; imprisoned
Howard, Abram......... ..... July 13, '61 ..............at Fort Delaware.
Howard, Richard................. July 13, '61 .......... Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
Howard, William W........................ July 13, '61 .... .....Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62: captured,
Gettysburg: imprisoned. Fort Delaware.



















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 89

Roll Company F (Gulf State Guards)-2nd Florida Infantry.
(CONTINtED.)

MUSTERED UMUTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Irvin, Robert J................................. Ju 13, '61 .............. ...... Killed, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Jenkins, Robert N..................... uly 13, '61................. Wounded Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Johnson, Eleazer............................ u 13, '61 ... ..........
Johnson, Gahazer....................... Juy 13, '61....
Johnson, John W......................... uly 13, '61...........
Jones, S. A ..............................................W u 13 '. Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
Jordan Richard H.................... uly 13, '61 ..... .....Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Kelly, John. ...... ...... .... uly 13, '61 ....... .....Wounded, Chancellorsville May 13, '63.
Kemp, F ................ ....... July 13, '61 ...................
Lane, W illiam ............................... ul 13, '61...........
McAnulty, James J....................July 13, '61.... .... Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62; Gaines' Farm
June 26, '62.
Neil, John ................. July 13, '61 .................... Wounded, Gettysburg July 2, '63.
Oaks, John F..................................... uly 13, '61.... ......
Owens J. R. B................................. ul 13, '61 ........... Wounded. Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Padrick, J. G ...... ............... uly 13, '61 ..... ..... Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
Parker, A.J................ .... July 13, '61 ..............
SPeacock, Pieron........................ ly 13, '61...........
Peacock, W. ............................. July 13, '61 .... .....Promoted Corporal; wounded Seven Pines May
31, '62.
Philips, C........................................... uly 13, '61 .................... Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
Player, Thomas F....................... uly 13, '61 ....... .....Wounded, Williamsburg May 5, '62; Seven Pines
Pooser, Charles H...... .......... uly 13, '61 ................. May 31, '62.
Powell, W J................................. July 13, '61...
Pritchett, Stephen D....................... uly 13, '61 .... ........... Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Raines, C. S.................................. uly 13, '61 ........................ Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62; promoted
Register, W. B.......... ..... uly 13, '61 ................. Corporal, then Sergeant.
Reynolds, R. ...... ..... .... uly 13, '61...................
Rhodes W L................................... uly 13, '61 ........................ Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
Richardson, J. H ............................ July 13, '61 ........................
Roddenbery, Samson....................... July 13, '61 .......................
Russell, James........................... ... July 13, '61 ..... .............
Sauerford, W S................................ July 13, '61 .........
Sills, James................... July 13, '61........................
Sm ith, J. M ...................................... July 13, '61 .... ................
pencer L. W ................................... July 13 '61 ...... .............
Taylor, Williams.. ......... 13 ............................. 13, '61 .... .... Killed, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Taylor, William C ................ July 13, '61 ........................ Killed, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Tuten W. R .............. .............. July 13, '61 ................. Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Tidwell, Edward............................... July 13, '61 .... .. ........... 1st Corporal.
Tillinghast, George W .................... July 13, '61 .... ................
Tillis, Demsey..... ........... ..... July 13, '61 ....... ..... Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Thompson, W. J....................... ... ............. Wounded. Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Underwood, P. M ...... .................... July 13, '61 .... ................
Wells, Benjamin........................... July 13, '61 ....... .... Wounded Williamsburg May 5, '62.
Welsh, T............................... ....Wounded, Fredericksburg December 13, '62.
Williams. Nathaniel......................July 13, '61 .... .......
Wood, Silas H............................... Jul 13 61 Wounded, Seven Pines May 81, '62.
W right, S. H ................................... July 13, '01 ... ........
W yatt. James B............................... July 13. '61 .......... .....


Roll Company G (St. John's Grays)-2nd Florida Infantry.



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. BRMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
Jacquelin Daniel....................... July 13, '61 April 9, '65 Captain; retired at reorganization; re-enlisted '63;
promoted Colonel lst Florida Reserves.
Charles F. Flagg......................... July 13, '61 ........................ 1st Sergeant; promoted Captain May 10, '62;
killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Thomas M. Brown...................... July 13, '61 .................. Promoted Ist Lieutenant May 10. '62; Captain
October, '62; wounded. Seven Pines May 31,
'62; killed June 27, '62.
C. Seton Fleming........................ July 13, '61 ....... .... lt Lieutenant; promoted Captain August, '62;
wounded, Williamsburg May 5, '62; Chancellors-
ville May 3, '63; killed at Cold Harbor June 4,'64
and Lieutenants-
Maybanks A. Jones.................. July 13, '61 ........................ Left out on reorganization May 10,
Albert J. Russell........................... July 13, '61 ...................... Re-enlisted at reorganizat on, went into another
department and served to close of war.
Antonio J. Mickler.................... July 13, '61 April 9, '65 2nd Corporal; promoted 2nd Lieutenant May 10,
'62; wounded and died in hospital at Richmond,
3rd Lieutenants- Va.
Mathew A. Knight...................... July 13, '61 ....... ..... Retired at reorganization.
Clayborne L. Wright.................. July 13, '1 ........................ Promoted 3rd Lieutenant May 10, '62; wounded,
| I I Sevenl'ines May 31, '62.





















90 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company G (St John's Grays)-2nd Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

ENLISTED MEN.
Ashurst, Robert J............................. uly 13, '6........................ Re-enlisted May 10, '62.
Abyr, Thomas................ uly 13, '61........................ Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Bachlor, Charlton H..... ...... uly 13 '61........................
Beardon, M J................................... July 13, '61 .................
Beardon, Simpson R....................... uly 13, '61 ....................... 3rd Corporal; re-enlisted May, '62.
Beaty, John ............................ ........... uly 13, '61 ........................
Berant, Miles ..... .. .........u.ly 13, '01 ....... ..... Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Booth, William J............................. uly 13 '61 ........................Wounded, Seven Pines May 31. '02.
.Bowden Charles......................... uly 13 '61 ... ...........
Bowden Uriah....... .................... uly 13, '61 April 9, '65
Brantley, John A........ .......... uly 13, '61 ........................
Brantley, William T........................ July 13, '61 ...........
Brooman, G. R.............................. July 13, '61.................... Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Brown, Augustus W............. ..... July 13, '61 ........................
Brown, George R............................. July 13, '61 ....... ....Wounded. Ellison's Mills June 26, '02; Frazier's
Farm June 30, '62.
Brown, Moses J................................ July 13, '61 ........................ Discharged '62, under age; re-enlisted Co. D, 11th
Regiment.
Brown, Stephen W........................... uly 13, '61 ..................... Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Broxson, Henry W...................... uly 13, '61 ... .. .........
Bryan, W. P.................................. '1 ............ ............ Wounded, Fredericksburg December 13, '62.
Callahan, William............................ u 13 '61 ..............
Canova, George P............................ uly 13, '61..................
Carr, Allen...................... ........... 'uly 13, '61 April 9, '65
Carr, David L................................... uy 13, '61 ....................... Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Carr, John W ................................... uly 13, 1 ..............
Caruthers, W. R............................... uly 13, '61 ................... Wounded, Fredericksburg December 13, '62.
Cason, James B................... 1............ uy 13 '61 .......... Wounded, Chancellorsville April, '63.
Caston, Stokley.......................... 13, '61 ..................
Corbyn, Roland........... ....... u 1, '1.... ... .... Sergeant; wounded Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Davis, Charles...................................Ju .....'6
Daniel, W illiam A............................ uly 13, '61 ........................
Doyle, David W ............................... uly 13. '61 .... .......
Duval Wilbur E................ 13, '61 ........................ st Corporal; imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Edmonds, Richard..................... uly 13, '61.. .......... Musician.
Ferguson, Thomas H..................... July 13, '61 ................. Lost arm at Chancellorsville, '63; discharged.
Ferguson, John J.................................. y 13, 61......
Farrell, John ..................................... uly 13, '61 ........................
Farrell, John ......................... .... Ju 13, '61 .... ..........
Fernandez, E. A............................ July 13, '61 April 9, '65 Sergeant; wounded, Williamsburg May 5, '63.
Flynn, William H..........................Jul 13, '61...........
Fripp, Augustus D........................... July 13, '61 .... ......
Flynn, James M.............................. uly 13, '61 ...........
Farley, Mathew............................... July 13, '61 ...........
Griffith, Samuel ................................ uly 13, '61 ............. Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '61.
Gardner. Charles............................ July 13, '61 ..................
Goston, S............................ July 13, '61 ........................Thigh broken at Chancellorsville
Higginbotham, Aaron.................... July 13, '61 April 9, '65
Hogarth, Robert S................... July 13, '61 April ,9 '65
Hardin, William.............................. July 13, '61 ........................
Harris, A. J............... July 13 '01 April 9, '65 Musician.
Harris, Hugh..................................... July 13, '61 ....... ..... Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '03.
Harris, A. Jackson........................... July 13, '61 ...... ..... Musician.
- Hurlburt, David S......................... July 13, '61 ........................ Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Johnson, James..................... July 13, '61............ .... Wounded Second Manassas; promoted Captain Co.
E, 2nd Regiment.
Johnson Charles W........... ..... July 13, '61 April 9 '05 Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62; Petersburg,
Jordan, Manual C............................ uly 13, '61 April 9, '05 April 2, '65.
Kennedy, James............................... July 13, '61 .... ................
L'Engle, John C................... ..... uly 13, '61 .... ...............
Long, H. V.......................... July 13, '61 ...... ..... Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Long, David........................ ..... July 13, '61 ........ .... Wounded at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
Lawrence. Alexander................. July 13, '61 ...................
Leary, Joseph W.......................... July 13, '61 ..............
Lee, John....................... ...... July 13, '61 Ari 9, '65...
Livingston, William E................u 13, '61...................... Private; promoted Sergeant: wounded at Gaines'
Farm June 27, '62; Gettsyurg July 3, '63.
L'Engle, Edward M....................... July 13, '61 ........................ Corporal; promoted Captain and Assistant Quar-
termaster May 10, '62; wounded at Gaines'
Farm June 27 '62.
Lumpkin, J. T.... ............................. uly 13 .... ...........Sergeant; mortally wounded at Petersburg.
Mickler, George C............................. uly 13, '61 .... .......Corporal May 10; killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62
M ickler, Jacob.......................... ................... ..... ........................ Killed in '64.
Masters, Bartolo............................. July 13 '61 April 9, '65 Wounded at Seven Pines May 31. '62.
McClelland, Hiram......................... July 13, '61 April 9, '65 Wounded Seven Pines May 31, '62; Gettysburg,
July 13, '63.
McClelland Rober.......................... J 13, '61.... ..... Killed at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
McMullen, enry................July 13, '61 ..................
Mixn, David...... .....July 13, '61.........
McCann, Frank............................. July 13, '61 ...........
ichols, Newman............. uly 13, '61........................
Parr, Henry.... ....... .. ...... July 13, '61........................
Pendarvis, George A...... .... July 13, '61 .......................





















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 91


Roll Company G (St. John's Grays)-2nd Florida Infantry.
(CONTINVED.)

NAMES MUSTERED MUSTERED REMARKS.
IN, OUT.

Raker, David, Jr....................... July 13, '61 April 9. '65
Register, James... ....... ....u.ly 13, '61 ........................ Wounded, Seyen Pines May 31; Frazier's Farm
June 30. '62.
Revel, John..............................Ju 13, '61................. Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Robarts, Edgar...... ........ Jul 13, '61 ....... ....... Wounded at Wiiliamsburg May 5, '62.
Robarts, James...... .... Ju 13, '61 April 9, '65 Orderly Sergeant May 10, '62: wounded Seven
Richardson William...... .....Ju 13, '61.............. Pines May 31, '2.
Stewart, John F.......................... Ju 13, '61 April 9, '65
Reny, D....................................... Ju 13, '61 .... .... Lost arm at Chancellorsville; discharged May 3,
Solayre Antonio........................ July 13, '61 April 9 '65 '63.
Smith, W illiam .......................... July 13, 61 ... ..........
Small, James........ ......... ...... July 13, '61........ ...
Syms, Robert....................... July 13, '61 ....... .... Corporal; killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62,
Sym s, John..................................... July 13, '61 ...........
Sapp. John J..............................July 13, '61 ...........
Swan D.......................... ........Jul 13, '61 ..... .... Promoted Sergeant; killed at Fredericksburg Dec-
Turner, Benjamin H..................Ju 13, '61 .............. ember 13, '62.
Turney, Thomas........... ..... Jul 13, '61...........
Turney,William T.................. July 13, '61 ........ .... Wounded at Fraier's Farm, June 30, '62.
Taitt, Robert..... ................... Jul 13, '61 ... ..........
Urwich, Barnett......................... July 13, '61 ... ........
Wilson, Robert R....................ul 13. '61 .................Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Wilson, Henry C...........................July 13, 61 ........................ Wounded at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
W illiams, Peter................................. J 13, '6
Wright, Thomas 0.........................July 13, '61.... ........


Roll Company H (St. Augustine Rifles)-2nd Florida Infantry.



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains- *
John W. Starke................. uly 13, '61 ........ ...Retired on reorganization May 10, '62.
Alexander Moseley....... .... July 13, '61 April 9, '65 2nd Lieutenant, re-enlisted May, '62; [promoted
Capt. May, '62; then Major.
A. M. Carlisle..................... July 13, '61....................... Corporal, re-enlisted May 10, '62 and promoted
1st Lieutenant, then Captain '64; wounded,
Seven Pines May 31. '62.
Ist Lieutenant-
C. Seton Fleming........................ July 13, '61 ......... ......... Wounded, Williamsburg May75, '62; captured
and exchanged Aug. 5, and reported for duty,
promoted Adjutant of 2nd Reuiment, Captain
Company G. 2nd Regiment; killed at Cold Har-
bor June 3, '64.
David L. Dunham........................ July 13, '61 April '65 2nd Sergeant, promoted, 1st Lieutenant, wounded,
Seven Pines May 31, '62; Gaines' Farm June 27,
'62, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62; captured at
Gettysburg, imprisoned on Johnsons Island,
detailed Feb. '65.
and Lieutenant-
J.. E. Cane................................. July 13, '61 ........ ...Retired at reorganization.
William B. Watson................... July 13, '61 April '65 1st Sergeant, promoted 2nd Lieutenant,May 10,'62
3rd Lieutenant-
F. Baya.......................................... July 13, '61 ........................ Died on Johnson's Island Feb. 23, '64; Grave No.
I 1 159.
ENLISTED MEN.
Alverson, J. C.... ................... ....... July 13, '61 ........................
Anderson J P. T............................. July 13, '61 ...........
Baisden, George................ ...... July 13 .... ..........
Baker, F................................... July 13, '1 .... .......
Baker, J. D..... .... ....July 13, '61 ..............
Baltzell, Frank...... ..... .... July 13, '61 ....... ...... Wounded. Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Bealey, E.......................... ........ July 13, '61 ....................... W wounded, Ellison's Mill June 26, '62.
Bennett, P. J................. ...... July 13, '61 ........ ...... Musician.
Bishop, James E.......................... July 13, '61 April '65 Re-enlisted May 10, '62.
Boyde, T. C .................................... July 13, '1 ... .... Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Bradley, B. H.................................... ... Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Bradley, R...... ........................ July 13, '61 ........... .......
Brown, B. F...................................... uly 13, '61 ....... ....Re-enlisted May 10, '62; wounded. Gaines' Farm
June 27, '62.
Burroughs, B. Maxwell.................... July 13, '61 April '65 Promoted Sergeant, re-enlisted May 10, '62;|trans-
ferred to Company F, 1st Cavalry, Dismounted
Tenn., and promoted Captain, wounded, Fra-
zier's Farm June 30, '62.
Burroughs, Eben W........................ July 13, '61 April '65 Re-enlisted May 10, '62; wounded, Seven Pines.
May 31. '62.
Butler, R. ...................................... uly 13 '61 .... .




















92 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company H (St. Augustine Rifles)-2nd Florida Infantry.
S (CoNTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Caine A.............................................. July 13, '61 ...... ...... Re-enlisted May 10, '62; wounded, Seven Pines
May 31, '62.
Caine, ......................................... July 13, '61 ........................ Re-enlisted May 10, '62.
Cason, J.......................................... July 13, '61 .. ... ........
Cason, W...........6........................... July 13 '61.. ...........
Chandler, J. L......................... July 13, '61 .. ............Re-enlisted May 10, '62; wounded, Frazier's
Farm June 30 '62; captured at Gettysburg,
imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Crabtree, Henry............... .....uly 13, '61 ....... ........... Re-enlisted May 10, '62; paroled from prison'at
Crabtree, James.......................... July 13, '61 ....close of war.
Davis, E.................................. ......... tuly 13, '61 ........................
Davi, J. J.................................... July 13, '61 ....... ..... Re-enlisted May 10, '62; wounded, Ellison's Mill
Dent, W ............................................. uly 13, '61 ...... June 26, '62.
Drawdy B.................................... July 13, '61 ... ..........
Dunham, H. C.................................. July 13, '61 ...........
Dupont B. E.............................. uly 13 '61 ............Re-enlisted May 10, '62; wounded, even Pines
Dupont, T. B.... ............. July 13, '61 ..... .... May 31, '65.
DuPont, W. Abram.......................... July 13, '61 .......................Re-enlited May 10, '62; wounded Seven Pines
May 31, '62, killed in service.
Fleming, Francis P........................ July 13. '61 May '65 Re-enlisted May 5, '62; transferred to western
army, promoted, 1st Lieutenant and Sergeant
assigned to Co. D slt Regiment Cavalry in Tenn.
Gallagher, Joseph.................. Jy 1, ..............Jul 13, Re-enlisted May '62; wounded, Seven Pines May
31, '62.
Gray, John J.................................... July 13, '61 ........................ Corporal, re-enlisted May 6, '62; wounded at
Williamsburg May 5, '62; Gaines' Farm June 27,
'62.
Grover, D L.................................. July 13, '1 ..... ...............
Harper, T. W ......... ...... ......... July 13, '61 ................. Re-enlisted May 5, '62; wounded, Gaines' Farm
Harris, S. B ................. July 13 '61 .............. June 27, '62.
Hatch, J. L.............................. July 13 '61 ...... ..... Corporal, wounded at Williamsburg, May 5, '62
Hawes, George E................... July 13, '61 ..............
Hemmingway, J. A................ July 13, '61 ...... .....Re-enlisted May 5, '62; killed at Frazier's Farm
June 3, '62.
Hickman, H. J.............................. July 13. '61 ................... Re-enlisted May 2, '62; wounded, Williamsburg
Hogans, J. R............................... July 13, '61 ....May 5, '62; Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
Holliman, George........................... July 13, '61 ..... ......Re-enlisted May 5, '64; wounded Seven Pines
May 31. '62.
Hull, E............................................... July 13, '61 ................... Re-enlisted May '62; wounded Gaines' Farm June
27, '62; Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Hull, J. T..................................... July 13, '61 ........................ Re-enlisted May, '62; wounded, Chancellorsville
May '63,
Humphrey, Edward .................. July 13, 61 ....... .....Killed, 2nd battle of Manassas.
Ivers, John........................................ July, 13 '61 ............Re-enlisted May ,'62; killed ,Seven Pines May 31,
'62.
Ivers. William......................... July, -13 '61 .............. Re-enlisted May, '62; wounded ,Seven Pines May
31, '62; transferred to Co. H 2nd Cavalry.
Jeffrey, J. A................................ July 13 '61 ........................Corporal.
Jennings, Wm. H......................... July 13, '61 April 9, '65
Joiner, J. B...... .................. July 13, '61 ..................
Jones, D. F ...... .... ..... July 13, '61..........
Jones, J. H...... ....... ..... July 13, '61........
Jones, William...................... July 13, '61 .......... .... Re-enlisted May '62; wounded, Chancellorsville
May, 1863.
Llambias, J. F.................. July 13, '61 .......................
Llambias, M. .......... ..... July 13, '61 ..... ........... Sergeant, killed in service,
Latham H...... ............ .......... .. July 13, '61 ... ..........
Livingsten, J. H.................... July 13, '61 ...........
Maxwell, D. Elwell........................ .. July 13, '61 April '65 Re-enlisted May, '62; transferred to 1st Dismount-
ed Cavalry, wounded Frazier's Farm June 3, '62;
promoted Corporal May, '62; Captain '63, Com-
pany D 1st Cavalry Dismounted, Army Tenn.
Medcis, F...... .... 61 .......Jy 1, ......... Re-enlisted May, '62; July 28 '64; wounded,
Minor, .... ................ Ju 13, '61 ........ Gettysburg July 3, '64, captured and imprisoned
Moore, A. M................................ Juy 13, '61 at Fort Delaware.
Moore, L. H.................................. .... Juy 13, '61....
O'Toole, J. J...................................... July 13, '61 ..........
Paine, J. ...................................... July 13, '61 ................. .. Musician.
Papy, Marino.................................. July 13, '61 ....... .....Killed. Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Pellicio, Peter.................................. Jul 13, '61 ...... .... Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Perry, M. S...................................... Jul 13, '61 ... ..........
Pharr, ............................................ Jul 13, '61 ... ..........
Randell W ........................................July 13, '61.................
Redd, Raymond Jene.................July 13 '61................. Sergeant, re-enlisted May 6, '62; Jan. 28. '64,
Russell, A.................... ......... Ju 13, '61.............. woundedmortally at Wilderness May 5, '64
Sadler, N. B..................................... Jul 13, '61 ............. promoted 1st Lieutenant and Adjutant 2nd
Sanches, E. C................................. July 13, '61 ........... Florida Regiment.
Sanchez, M. R.................................... July 13, '61 ....... ..... Re-enlisted May, '62; wounded Gettysburg July
Sapp. ................................. July 13, '61..................... 4, '63.
Sapp, ............................................ July 13, '61..... ............
Sharpe, J. M....... .......... Ju 13 '61..................
Sharpe, J. P............................... July 13, '61 .................
Sheldon, George.................. July 13, '11........... Jul 13 '61




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 93


Roll Company H (St. Augustine Rifles)-2nd Florida Infantry.
(CoNTnunED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OVT. KnEARXS.

Smith, George R............................. uly 13, '61 .................... Re-enlisted May, '62; killed, Frasier's Farm June
Smith, Samuel B....................... July 13, '61 .............. 30, '63.
Smith, Samuel P.............................. July 13, '1..................... Wounded, Chancelloraville May 13. '63.
Spears, W illiam............ ................. July 13, '61 ...... ..............
Summers, W............................ July 13, '61 .........
Sykes, Isaao P.............................. July 13, '61 ...........
Taylor, John W....................... July 13, '61 .....
Terrell, 0. W........................ Juy 13, '... ...
Viat James J .............Ju 13, '1 April 9 '65 Re-enlisted May '62 wounded, Frazier's Farm
June, '62: Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Walker, A. T...................................... July 13, '61 April 9, '65 Promoted Sergeant.
W arenr; J. t...................................... July 13, '61 ........................ ri
Warren; J. C................. ...... 13, '1.
Wheeler ....... ............................. July 13, '61 ..... ...... wounded, Chancellorsville May 3, '65.
Wickwre, John................. Ju...........J 13, '6 .............
Wightman, A. J..............................July 13, '61 ........................._____


Roll Company I (Jasper Blues)-2nd Florida Infantry.


MUSTEREDB MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
Henry J. Stewart ...................... July 13, '61 ....... .....R retired at reorganization May 10. '62.
Moses L. Duncan.................... July 13, '61 ................... nd Lieutenant, promoted Captain, May 10 '62;
resigned October 29, '63.
ist Lieutenants-
James M. Underwood.................. July 13, '61 ... .........Promoted e1st Lieutenant.
2nd Lieutenants-
Henry De Loach......... ...... July 13, '61 ..................... 2nd Lieutenant, killed at Culpepper Court House
JohnW. Hall........................... July 13, '61 ............Promoted 1st Lieutenant wounded at Gettys-
burg July 3,'63.
ENLISTED MEN.
Allen, McPherson B......................... July 13, '61 ........................ Wounded, Frazer's Farm June 3, '62.
Bancroft, Henry...................... July 13, '61 ........................
Bellotte, Henry.................................July 13, '61 April 9 '5 Williamsburg, May 5, '62; Frazier's Farm June
Blotte, 30, '62.
Bellotte John........................... July 13, '61 ....Died n service.
Bellotte, William.............. ..July 13, '61 April '05 Wounded, Seven Pines May 30, '62; Gettysburg
July 3. '63.
Boyde, William I........................July 13, '61 ..................... Reported dead Feb. 28, '62.
Bry nt Brown.................. ................... July 13, 61 ........................
Bryan, Phet.................. .... ...... July 13, '61 April 9, '65
Bryan, Reed Asa................ ly 13, 1 ........................ Died in service.
Bryanti William A............................July 13 '61...........
ByrCd, Jilliam.......................July 13, .... ....... R
Cason Willie E................. .......July 13, '61 april 5 Wounded. Seven Pines May 31 2.
Cheshire, John ...........................July 13 '61................. Wounded mortally at Gaines' Farm June 27, '2;
Cheshire, Nathaniel....................... July 13, '1 .............. died in Richmond Field Hospital.
Cheshire, Ta ..............July 13, '6d dea Feb. 28, 2 Because insane.
Clemons, Jame............................................ Reported dead Feb. 28,'62.
Coalson, Ross L ........... ..... July 13, '61............ Deserted.
Cofield, Solomon.......... .................... Wounded. Williamsburg May 5, 62.
Cross, enamin .......................... July 13 '61 April '65 Wounded, Seven ines May '62.
Cross, ara........................... uly 13 1 ..............eported dead Feb. 28. '2.
allrenth. Lewis.............. ...u.. ly 13. '61 ........................
Danie, J. W................... ........... Ju 13, .....; lot let arm.
Doay, James .................................. uly 13, 1 ....Wounded Frazier's Farm June 30, 2.
ay, Thomas.................................... '1 Feb. 62 Cause: insane.
De Loach. Zachariah...................... July 13, '61 April 9, '65
Demere, John F............. ................... 1 .............al
Demary. Hardy 8..............................July 13, '61 Sept. '6 Cause: disability wounded at Gettysburg July 3,
FDonlany James A.................July 13, '61 ........................ loa t left arm.
Dozier James ........................... July 13, '61 ..................... Reported dead Feb. 28, '62.
Elliot, James ............................... July 13 '61 .... .......
Farrell, Thos...................... July 13, '61 Feb. 28, '62
Findley, James ............................uly 13, '61 ....... .........
Fletcher, Joshua E............................ July 13, '61 ................Sergeant died March 1, '62.
Gerry, Chas. E. W .............................July 13 '........Wounde Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
Grant, John.................................... July 13, '81.....................
Green, Riley.................................July 13, '61........................ Reported died in prison, Feb. 28, '62.
Groonstine, Henry C........................July 13, ...... ....Sergeant, wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '65.
Hall, Francis M.................................. Discharged from Fort Delaware at close of War;
Hall, James A................. July 13, '61......................... wounded Frazier's Farm June 30. '62 and cap-
tured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Hall, Scott N........ ................ July 13, '61 April 9. '65 Wounded, Seven Pines May 31. '62.
Harris, Elias L...... ............... ..... July 13, '61 ..................

N




















94 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company I (Jasper Blues)-2nd Florida Infantry.

(CONTINuED.)




MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.



Higden, William ......................... July 13, '61 ................... Sergeant, died in service.
Holmes, Henry A.:..................... July 13, 61 April 9, '65
Jackson, Henry D.......................... July 13, '61 Feb. 28, '62
Jackson, William G.......................... July 13, '61 .................... Reported discharged Feb. 28, '63.
Johns, A. J ............... ........... May 2 '64...........
Kelly, H. G. W.............................July 13, 61............ Died in service.
Kent, Jackson.................... July 13, '61 ........................ Reported dead Feb. 28, '62.
1 ........ wounded, Seven Pines* May 31, '62.
Kindrick, John............................. July 13, '61 ............ Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
King, Ziba....................................... July 13, '61 ..................... Reported as a deserter Feb. 28 '62; (Record
taken from roll March 1.'62; signed by Lieut.-
St. Geo. Rogers and Capt. Stewart.)
Langford, George....................... July 13, '6 .Reported discharged Feb. 28, '62.
McCormick, James.......................... July 13, '............. .... Wounded, Williamsburg May 5, '62.
Mclnnis, Edward............................ July 13, '1....... .... Died in service.
Mclnnis, John.................................. July 13, '61 ....... ..... Wounded Williamsbur May '62.
McLeod, William H. H......... ......... July 13, '61 ..... ........... Promoted Sergeant, killed at Gettysburg.
McNesee, William T. M................... July 13, '61....... .... Wounded, Frazier's Farm June*30, '62; promoted
Sergeant May 10, '62.
Matthis, Bungan................................ uly 13, '61 ........................ Reported discharged Feb. 28, '62.
Matthis, Charlten............................ July 13, '61 .... ............
Matthis, Kelton................................ July 13. '61 ..... .... Reported discharged Feb. 28, '61.
Matthis, William............................. July 13, '61 Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Mitchell, Samuel A............................ July 13, '61 April 9, 65
Morrow, Daniel...... ......... July 13, '61 ..............
Nelson, Jesse..................................... July 13, '61 ......... ....Reported dead Feb. 28, '62.
Nelson, John.....................................July 13, '61 ....... ........Reported dead Feb. 28, '62.
Nobles, John A..................... July 13 '61 April 9, '65
Overstreet. John C.................... July 13, '61 April 9, '65 Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Overstreet, S. T................................ July 13, '61 April 9, '65 Transferred to Medical Department as Assistant.
Surgeon April ,'63.
Overstreet, Thomas L.................... July 13, '61 ........................ Wounded. Seven Pines, died in service.
Overstreet, William R........ y 13, '61............ .. .... Discharged prior to Feb. 28, '62.
Parr, John........................... ...Juy 13, .'61................... Musician discharged prior to Feb. 28, '62.
Perry, John R ............... ......... Juy 13, '61 April 9, '65 Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
Perry, Owen F...... ... ..... July 13, '61 April 9, '65 Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Purviance, John ..................... July 13 '61 ............... Sergeant, discharged prior to Feb. 28. '62.
Penningten, Jesse...................... July 13, '61 ....... .........Killed, Seven Pines May 31, '62,
Penningten. Walter P...............Ju 13. '61 ....................... Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 3, '62.
Powell, Lewis P......................... July 13, '61 ....................... Re-enlisted for the War; was hung in Washington
I with Mrs. Suratt.
Rouse Ira ................................. uly 13, '61 ........................ Corporal.
Shirley, Calvin............. ....July 13, '61 Feb. 28, '62
Shiver, George...................... uly 13, '61 ...................Wounded, Gaines' Farm June 27, '62.
Shiver, Isaac.................................. July 13, '61 April 9 '65
Sills, James................................... July 13, '61 Feb. 28, '62
Slade, W illiam ................................. uly 13, '61 ...... ...........
Starling. Thomas C................ ..... ul 13, '61 April 9, '65
Stewart, David M........................... July 13, '61 '63
Stringheard William.................. July 13, '61 ........................ Wounded, Gettysburg June 3. '63.
Button, W. .........................Ju 13, '61 ..............
Taylor, James W .............................. July 13, '61 ...........
Thomas. Caswell.................... uy ........... 13, Wounded, Frzier's Farm June 30, '62.
Thombley, Edward.......................... July 13, '61 ...... .... Wounded, Gettysburg July 3,'63; imprisoned at
Fort Delaware.
Tootle, William W.......................... July 13, '61 ...................... Reported dead Feb. 28, '62.
Walden, Lemuel......................... July 13, '61 ...........
Walker, Berry........... ..... Juy 13 '61 April 9, '65
Walker, Nathan B.............. ....... July 13, '61 ........................ Corporal Wounded, Williamsburg May 5, '62
Watson, Thomas J........................ July 13, '61..................... Killed, aines' Farm June 27, '62.
Watson, William C....................... July 13 '61...................... Discharged prior Feb. 28 '62;
Williams, Washington...................... July 13, '61 ....................... Wounded. Seven Pines May 31, '62; Frazier's
Farm June 30, '62; promoted Corporal May 10..
'62.
Willis. Jesse....................................... July 13, '61 ..................... Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
Willis, William............................. uly 13 '61 April 9, '65
Worre. Pleasant... ................... July 13. '61 ................ Deserted to the enemy at Culerkey, Florida.
Woodle, Ansel...................................... Ju 13, '6 .......................Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 27, '62.
Woodward. M. F. F....................... uly 13, '61 ..............


Incorporated in the above is a copy of a roll of
Company I; Henry J. Stewart, Commander,
Wynns' Mill, March 1, 1862. The facts set forth
as to a death discharge, commitment to asylum
-. and desertion are certified to by Cant, Stewart
and by S. St. Geo. Rogers, Lieut. Colonel 2nd
Florida and Inspecting and Mustering Officer.



















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 95


Roll Company K (Davis Guards)-and Florida Infantry.


MUVrERED MUSTERED
NAUES. IN. OUT. REMAReS.

OFFICERBL
CaItLias--
George W. Call............................ July 13, '61 ........ ..... Promoted Major,r ay 10, '61; Killed at Seven
Pines, May 31, '61.
A. C. Butler....July 13, '..................... uly 13, '61 .............. ..... 2nd Lieutenant, promoted Capt. May 10, '62;
killed, Seven Pines, May 31, '62.
John B. G. Oneil.......................... July 13, '61 ...... ............ Sergeant, promoted 1st Lieutenant, May 10, '62;
promoted Capt. June '62 on death of Capt.
Butler; wounded at Seven Pines. May 31. '62.
1st Lieutenant- -
E. C. Simkins............................... July 13, '61 ..................... Retired May 10, '62, at reorganization.
and Lieutenant-
Oscar Stewart............................ July 13, '61 ........................ Promoted 2nd Lieutenant.
3rd Lieutenant-
James F. Tucker........................ July 13, 61 .....................
ENLIrTED SMEN.
Adams, W. A.................................... July 13, '61 ....................... Wounded, Williamsburg, May 5, '62; promoted
Sergeant May 10t "62.
Arnold, George............. ....... uly 13 '61 ............ Wounded Seven Pines, May 31 '62.
Batton, Robert N..........................uly 3 ................ Wounded, Gettysburg, July 2, 63.
Black Alexander.................. uly 13 '61 ............ Killed, Frazier's Farm June 20, '62.
Blanchard, C. W..........................July 13, '61 ....... ........... Sergeant.
BUtch, Joseph....................... ly 13, '1 ...........
Bowden, James F............................ uly 13, '61 ......... ......... Corporal.
Brand, Henery... ......................... uly 13, '61 .... ................
Brantley, G. C ................................. July 13, '01 ...........
Brockingten, R. W........ ....July 13 '61 ....... ........... Killed at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
Bryan. P... .................... July 13, '61 ....... ........... Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Burkeet, John .......................... uly 13. '61 ....................
Butler, Allen................................ uly 13, '61 ....... ..... Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Butler, L. M...... .......................... 13, '61 .................. Sergeant.
Butler, Martin.............................uly 13,' 61 .....................
Byce. Jonathan..................................
Cameron, George ............ uly 13, '61 ............. Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '82.
Carvane, George................................ ly 13, '61 ........................
Clark. Labun J.......................... ul 13, 1 ................. Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Cole, Richard.................................. uly 13 '61 ............Wounded, Seven Pines May 31 '62.
Cooper, M. R...................................... ul 13, '61 April 9, '65 Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
Cowden, Samuel............................. uly 13, '61 .................
Curti, F. O.................................. ul 13 '61..... ......
Darby John W.................. ...... u 13 '61 ........................ corporal.
De Cottes, E, F.................... July 13, '61 ........................ Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62,.
Demot, J........................................ July 13, '61 ........................
Drummond. J. B.............................. July 13, '61 ...... ...... Wounded, Gaines' Farm June 27, '62.
Duke, N. B......................... ....... July 13, '61 ........................
Durrance, George.............................. uly 13 '61 ...........
Edwards, J. F..................... uly 13, '61 .................. Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Edwards, T. H........... .... Jul 13, '61 ....................
Eddy, Jock....................................... July 13. 61 .......................
Etkens. Loit ................................ July 13, '61 ..... .............
Floyd, Samuel....................... ...... July 13. '61 ..........
Fountain, David.............................. July 13, '61 ..... .... Musician.
Futch, Isaac................................. July 13, '1 April 9 65
Gibbs. J. C...................................... July 13 1 ....................... Wounded, Gaines' Farm June 27, '62.
Gillett, Robert...... ........... ..... July 13, '01 ......................
Given, Thomas W........................... July 13, '61 April 9, 65' Transferred, 8th., promoted 2nd Lieutenant Co.
K., promoted Q. M. Sergeant.
Gray, Allen....................... ..... uly 13. '01 ........................ Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30 '62.
Green, Edward.... ........... July 13, '601...........
Gould. J. D .............................. July 13, '61 Apri 5 1st sergeant.
Groomstine, H. C........ ...... July 13, '61 ....... .......... Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Gwynn, James............................... ... July 13, '61 ........................
H all, I. J................... .................... July 13, '61 ........................
Harris, F. W............ ..... July 13. '61.... ...
Hamson, Ephnam......................... July 13, '01 April 9, '65 Corporal wounded Sharpsburg Sept. 17, '62;
Petersburg Sept. 8. '64.
Harville, Samuel......... ...... July 13, '61 ............ Wounded, Bristow Station Oct. 14, '63.
Hatcher, W illiam ............................. July 13 '1 ... ........
Hewritt, John................... July 13, '1 ...........
H enotham Aaron...................... July 13 '61.... ........
H ighSmith, S. J................................ July 13, '61 ......................
Hodge, Westbury B........................July 13, 61 Apri 9, '5 Wounded, Gettysburg July 2, '63.
Hyams, M. E.............................. July 13, '61 ..... ......
ackson, W att................................ July 13. '61 ........................ Wounded, Williamsburg May 5, '62.
innings, W. H .................................. July 13, '61 April 9, '65
Johnson, George....................... July 13, '61 ....................
Johnson, John................................ July 13, '61 ....... ..... Corporal.
Johnson, W. C................................. July 13, '61 April 9, '65 Wounded, Petersburg, Va. April 3, '65.
Kilburn, Theo. E....................... July 13, '61 ....................
Koerner, P. W. 0.............................. July 13, '61 ....................... Sergeant.
Lany, Nathaniel....................... July 13, .................. Killed at Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Mercer, W. J.................................. July 13, '61 April 9, '65
M iller, John.............................. July 13, 61........................
Moore, E. A................................. July 13, 61 April 9, '65 Wounded. Seven Pines May 31. '82.
Moore, L.............. ....... .. July 13, '1 ..................... Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62.




















96 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company K (Davis Guards)-2nd Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARkS.

Manson, J. M.................................... Jul 13, 1 .... ..... Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
M urphy, P........................................ July 13, ....... ....
Nolan, John........................................ Jul 13, 1 .... ......... Wounded, Ellison's Mills June 26, '62.
Pacetti, Louis.................................... July 13, '61 ........................
Parrish, John W.............................. July 13, '61 ..................... Killed, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
hiips H L................................. ... July 13, '61 ......................
Philips, W. N.................................. July 13, '61 ........................ Musician.
Reddik, Francis........................... July 13, 61 .... ................
Reddick, George................................ July 13, 61............ Killed, Gettysburg, July 3, '63.
Reddick, Peter............................... July 13, '61 ................... Wounded, Williamsburg May 5, '62.
Reed, H. C.............................. .... July 13, '61 .... .......
Rollins, Thos. N...................... July 13. '61 .... .......
Rowell W. J. J............................... Ju 13 '61 ...
Roux, Edwin..... ......................... July 13, '61 ..............
Russell, R. H............................ ..... July 13, '61 ..................
Russell, R. R................................... July 13, '61... ........
Sabal, E. T..................................... July 13, '61 ... ..........
Sanders, W. H............................... July 13, '61 ..................
Sanders, T. W ..................................July 13, '61 .....................
Saunders, T........................................ July 13, '61 ........ .......... Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Sheilces, Edwane...... ....... July 13, '61 .... ......
Skinner, Oliver.............................. July 13, '61 .................
Salee, W. F................................ uly 13, '61 ....................... Wounded, Williamsburg May 5, Seven Pines
Speers, John.................................... Ju 13, '61 ..... May 31, '62; promoted Sergeant May 10, '61,
Stewart George................................ Juy 13, .... .... Killed, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Stewart, Henery.............................. July 13, '61..............
Taylor, Ephriam....... ............July 13, '61 ..... ............ Wounded, Gaines' Farm June 27, '62.
Tomlinson, N. N........ ........ July 13, '61 ..................
Tomlinson, William.................... July 13, '61 ...............
Waller, L. F...................................... July 13, '61 April 9, '65. Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Walker, P. J.............. ..... Ju 13, ..............
W alsh Valentine.............................. July 13, '61 ........................
Ward, Patrick......................... July 13, '61 ........................
Wilkenson, J. W................................ July 13, '61 ........ .......... Wounded, Gaines' Farm, June 27, '61.
W illiams W illiam ........................ July 13, '61 ........................
Wright, Abner........................... 13, 6....... ..........
W right, Augustus.............................. July 13, '61 ....... ...........
Wright, Mitchell.......................... July 13, '61 ..................
Wright, William... ........... July 13, '61 .......................
Young, Henery........................... July 13, '61 ...................


Roll Company L (Madison Rangers)-2nd Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERs.
Captains-
William P. Pillans........ .. July 13, '61 ................ Resigned May 10, '62, at reorganization.
Thomas A. Perry....... ............. July 13, '61 ...................1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain; killed, Seven
Pines May 31, '62.
W. H. H. Rogers......................... July 13, '61 .................. Corporal; promoted 1st Lieutenant May 10, '62;
Captain; killed at Chancellorsville April, '63.
W. H. Croom...... .............. July 13, '61 April 9, '65 Promoted Corporal, Lieutenant, then Captain.
lst Lieutenant-
J. R. Kimbrew............................. July 13, '61 ................. Cororal; promoted 2nd Lieutenant May 10. '62;
then Ist Lieutenant; wounded, Seven Pines
2nd Lieutenants- May 31, '62 and disabled in '64.
F. J. B. Fox............................ July 13, '61 ...................... Sergeant; promoted 2nd Lieutenant; retired at
reorganization; re-enlisted in Florida Light Ar-
tillery.
James T. Matbis....................... July 13, '61 .................. Promoted 2nd Lieutenant.
3rd Lieutenants-
T. M. Anderson...... .... July 13, '61 ........................ Promoted 3rd Lieutenant; retired May 10, '62;
died at home in '62.
L. Maynard Perry...................... July 13, '61 April 9, '65 1st Sergeant; promoted 3rd Lieutenant; wounded
and disabled at Rappahanock Station.
ENLISTED MEN.
Adams, J. T. C................................. July 13, '61 ..................... Wounded. Ellison's Mills June 26, '62.
Allen, M. P................................. July 13 '61....
Arnold, E. J..... .................... July 13, '61....
Arnold, R. N...... ... ..... July 13 '61.......
Barker, Jerry........................... July 13, '61 April 9 '65
Bird, J. A........................ July 13 '61........................ Wounded at Seven Pines May 31 '62.
Bishop, J. T................... ........ July 13 '1 .................. Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, 2.
Boatwright. John W.......... ..... July 13, '1 April P, '85
Bonds ... ................. .. July 13, 61 ........................ Wounded at Seven Pines May 31, '2.
Bonds, Sanford........... .... July 13 '61 April '65
Boyette, H........ ..... ... ....... July 13, '61 ... ...



















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 97


Roll Company L (Madison Rangers)--'nd Florida Infantry.

(CONTINUED.)





MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.



Briant, R........................................... uly 13, '61..... ......
Brooks, M. R. C ............................... uly 13, '6 .... .... Sergeant; wounded, Seven'Pines May 31, '62.
Bryant, W. B.......................... uly 13, '61 April '6 2nd Corporal,
Burleson, Daniel D.......................... Ju 13, '61 .....................
Burney, C.................................... ly 13, '61 .... ................
Carver, Elijah............. ............... Ju 13, '1 ...........
Carver, J. N.......... uly 13, '61 ..................
Carver, S. B..................................... July 13, ..
Crawford, N......................... ........uly 13, '61.............. Promoted Corporal; killed at Williamsburg May
Crawford, N ............ 13 .
Cruce, T. 0.................................... July 13, '61 ........................ 5, '62.
Dampeir, E............................... July 13, '1 ..... ............. Wounded, Gettysbur July 3, '63.
Drew, J. M.................................... July 13, '61 ........................ rooted Corporal; killed, Seven Pines May 31,
Easters J. 8................................... July 13, '61 .................. '62.
Edwards. Ellsbury.:...................... July 13, '61 ....................
Edwards, Wiley.......... .. ...Ju 13, '61...........ul 13, .............
Eggitt, J. H...... ...... ..... Juy 13, '61 ...........
Espy, James G............................... Ju 13, '61 .................. [Died at Danville.
Evers, David IC..................... .........Ju 13 '1 ... .............. !Musician; wounded Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Ezzell, J. H...... ... .. ........July 13, '61 ....................... wounded, Williamsburg May 5, '62.
Fox, F. J. B...... ............ 13 '61 ............ Sergeant.
Green, Evers E....................... .. 13, '1 ............J 13 ............ Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
G reen, R ............................ ............. Ju 13, '61 ........................
Hernden G M.............................. uly 13, '61 ................. Killed, Ellison's Mill June 26, '62.
Hogan, J. C................................. Ju 13, '61 ....................... Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Hogan, T. M............................... ul 13, '61 .................... .
Horten, J. J....:.... .............. Jul 13, '61 April 9, '65 Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
ohnson, B. R ................................ July 13, '61 ........................
Jordon, T. C........................... Jul 13, '61........................ Discharged, '63; insanity.
Lamb, W. H.................................July 13, '61 ....April 9, '65Promoted Corporal.
Lanier, Benjamin............. .3 61................ Jul 3, 6 ....................... killed, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
anier, Clem................................ .... July 13, '61 ....................... Promoted Sergeant; discharged honorably;
Lee, John..................................... ...... July 13, '61 April '65 wounded Sharpsburg April 17, '62; lost left leg.
Lee, Levi ................. ..................... July 13, '61 April 9, '65
Lewis, F............................................ July 13, '61 ........ ........ ... Wounded, Gaines' Farm June 27, '62.
Lewis, Thomas........................... July 13, '61 ............... ... Musician.
McAlpine Daniel M..................... July 13, '61 April 9, '65
McLeod, Benjamin........................... Jul 13, .... .......
McClamma, W. R.......................July 13 '61 ....................
M iller, L. H ......................................July 13, '61 ....... ...........
Odum. George W..........................July 13, '61 April 9, '65
Parker, Jasper..... .............. ....... Ju y 13, '61 ......................
Parker, Newten ......... .... Juy 13, '61 ........................ Wounded, Seven Pines May 3, '62.
Parker, W. M................................ Juy 13, '61 .... ....... Wounded, Gaines' Farm June 27, '62; captured at
Peterson J. B................................ 13, '61 .............. Gettysburg; discharged' from prison May, '65.
P i ue, John...... ............................... Ju 13, '61 ........................
uit, J. H ...........Ju 13, '61 ..................... Wounded, Frazier's Farm June 30 '62.
iet T. ............................ Juy 13, '61..................... Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
............... July 13, '61 ..................
Rutherford; T. T............. ..... Ju 13, '61 April 9, '65
Skipper, Needhum..:...................Ju 13, '61 ......................
Sm ith, S. J........ ..................... ..... 3, '61 ...
Stanford, J. H .................................. July 13, '61 ......................
Stephens. Jam es............................... 13, '6 ..... ........
Stewart. R. L....;............................ ul 13, '61 April 9, '65
Sutten, J. H...................................... uly 13, '61 ....... ..... Sergeant; wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63; also
Tompkins, S. D................................J 13, '6 ............ at the Wilderness; discharged.
Tompkins, T. H.............................July 13, '61 .......................
Turner, Thomas....................... Ju 13, ......................
Wadsworth, J. M .............................Ju 13, '6 .......................Wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Walker, W. J. R...............................Ju 13, .......................
W ebb, A J..................................... Ju 13, '61 .......................
Wells, A. J....................................... 13, '61 ....Killed, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
White, R. M................................. July 13, '61 April 9, '65 Wounded, Bristow Station October 14, '63; Pe-
Wheeler J. N............................. 13, '61 .............. tersburg September 14, '64.
Wilder, E. M................................. u 13 '61 April 9, '65 Transferred to Gamble's Battery.
W ilder, F. W .................................. 13, '61 .... ................
Wilder, J. M............................. Juy 13, '61 .................. wounded, Seven Pines May 31, '62.
Wilder, J. 8................................. Ju 13, '61 ............ Killed at Frazier's Farm June 26. '62.
Wilder, T. J..................... ......... July 13, '61 ................... Killed at Ellison's Mill June 26, '62.
Wilder, R. H.................................... 13 ...............
Watson James........................... 13, '61....................
W ilson, J. T .................................... Ju 13, 1 ........................
W ilson, Thom as............................. y 13, '61 ........................
Young, Joseph A........................... July 13, '61 May '02 Promoted 1st Sergeant re-enlisted and was killed
in battle of Olustee February, '64.

















98 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company M (Howell Guards)-2nd Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS..

OFFICERS.
Captains-
George W. Parkhill...................... Au. 20 '61 ........... ......... Killed, Gaines' Farm June, '62.
Richard C. Parkhll............... Ang. 20, '61 ........... 3rd Lieutenant; promoted Captain, '62; wounded
at Frazier's Farm; resigned latter part of '62.
Elliott L. Hampton..................... Aug. 20, '61 .................. 3rd Sergeant; promoted 3rd Lieutenant Decem-
ber 27, '601 then Captain; killed at Gettysburg
July 3, '6.
Amos Whitehead......................... Aug. 20, '61 Sergeant; promoted 2nd Lieutenant December '61;
wounded and disabled at Sharpsburg; resigned.
John Day Perkins...................... Aug. 20, '61 ....................... 1st Corporal; promoted Lieutenant, then Captain;
wounded and disabled at Gettysburg; captured
and imprisoned at Cape Henry and Point Look-
............... Bailey...... ..... ................................ out; exchanged March 9 '64.
Julian Betton.................... Aug. 20, '61 ....... .... Promoted Sergeant December 29, '61* then Cap-
tain; wounded July 2. '03 at Gettysburg.
1st Lieutenant-
John W. Eppes........................ Aug. 20, '61 ................. 1st Lieutenant; resigned May. '61; in August was
commissioned as regular Surgeon in C. 8. A. by
James Seldon, Secretary of War; also served as
2nd Lieutenants- Surgeon in Cavalry.
Robert H. Partridge.............. Aug. 20, '61 ........................ Resigned.
William A. Ball........................ Aug. 20, '61 ........... Corporal; promoted Lieutenant; captured at Get-
tysburg.
3rd Lieutenant-
ENLISTED MEN.
Akard. John....................... ....... Aug. 20, '61 .......... ........
Alexander, Robert T................ Aug. 20, '61 ...................... Deserted.
Armstrong, N. A......... ..... Aug. 20, '61 April 9, '65 Wounded at Gettysburg July 2, '63.
Avers, Henry............ .... Aug. 20, '61 .................. Deserted August 21, '61.
Baker, Montford J........................ Aug. 20. '61 ..................
Barkley, Thadius S......... ..... Aug. 20, '61 .... ............ Discharged November 23, '61, for rheumatism.
Bentley, Reid ..................... Aug. 20, '61 April 9, '65
Billingsley, Henry C........................ Aug. 20, '61 ........................ Wounded at Gettysburg July 2, '63.
Bowen, George A...................... Aug. 20, '61 ..................
Brannon, J. R. B..... .............. Aug. 20, '61 ........................
Brown, Edd. D....................... .... Aug. 20, '61 ........... ....... Transferred to Co. K, then Co. A, 6th Infantry.
Brown, Gustavus............................. Aug. 20, '61 April 9, '65
Bryant, Jeremiah....................... Aug. 20, '61 ........................
Bryant, R ....... ............ Aug. 20, '61 April 9, '65
Campbell, Neil.............................. Aug. 20, '61 April 9 '65 Promoted Sergeant.
Carman. Albert V...................... Aug. 20, '01 ....................
Carman, Samuel A.......................... Aug. 20, '61 ...........
Chason. Claborn..............A................ Aug. 20,'61 ..... ..... Died November 7, '01.
Chason, Owen................................. Aug. 20, '61 .... ................
Chestnut. David............................. Aug. 20, '61 .... ................
Clear, W illiam M............................ Aug. 20, '61 .... ................
Coker, John..................................... Aug. 20, '61 .... ...............
Connelly, Thomas......................... Aug. 20, '61 .......... ........ Deserted September 27, '61.
Corniff, Daniel............................ Aug. 20. '61 .................. Wounded. Frazier's Farm June 30, '62 deserted.
Corniff, Patrick........................ Aug. 23, '61 April 9, '65 Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63; re-enlisted Jan-
uary 28, '64.
Demilly, John T........................... Aug. 20, '61 ...................... Transferred to Gamble's Battery.
Denmark, Jasper....... .... Aug. 20, '61 ...........
Denmark, Newton.......................... Aug. 20, '61 April 9, '65 Promoted Corporal.
Denmark, ....................................... Aug. 20 ......... ... Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Dice, George............................ Aug. 20, '61 ....................... Lost an arm.
Dillon, Michael............................. Aug. 20, '61 .... ............ Wounded at Gaines' Farm June 27, '62.
Dobson. John N............................. Aug. 26, '61 ............... Wounded at Gaines' Farm June 27, '62.
Donaldson, Henry............ ......... De. 21, '61 ..................
Duffy. Patrick........................ Aug. 23, '61 ...........
Dyke, James H........................... Aug. 20, '61 ...... ...... Transferred to Navy September 25, '61,
Easters, Giles T............................. Aug. 20, '61 ..................... Died at hospital in Richmond November 25, '61.
Ellis, Charles T....................... Aug. 20, '61 April 9, '65
Eppes, Nicholas W...................... Aug. 20, '61 April 9, '65 2nd Sergeant and Drill master; transferred to Co.
C, 5th Infantry.
Falon, Patrick................................... Aug. 23 61 ............Aug. 23, ...... Wounded at Frazier's Farm June 30 '62.
Footman, John Maxwell................. ug. 20 '61 ............ Wounded at Evansport, Va., December 31, '61.
Fulford, Jordan.......................... Dee. 21, '61 April 0, '65 Promoted Sergeant.
Fulford, P................................................... Dec. 21, '61 April 9, '65
Green, James............... ........... ug. 20, '61.... ....
Gregory, John R......... ............. Aug. 20, '61 ........ .... 2nd Corporal.
Hampton, B. Wade................... Aug. 20. '61 .................. Discharged December, '61; furnished substitute.
Hargrove, J...................... ......... Aug. 20, '61 April 9, '65
Hargrove. James W................... Aug. 20, '61 ..................Died in Richmond.
Herndon, Green L.... ............ Aug. 20, '61 ...........
Herndon. James W........... ......... Aug. 20, '61...........
Herndon, Jerrott........................ Aug. 20, '61 ... ...........Wounded at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62; also at
Herndon. Nathaniel G. L.............. Aug. 20, '61 ....Gettysburg July 2, '63.
Holland, Nathaniel W..................... Aug. 20, '1 ....... ... st Sergeant.
Horn. R. Benjamin M................... Aug. 20, '61 ...................... Wounded at Ellison's Mill June 20, '62; at Gettys-
burg July 3, '63.
Hoyle. W illiam H ........................... Aug. 20, '61 ........ ...........
Humphries, Charles D.................... Aug. 20 '61 ..................Deserted August 21, '61.































SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 99


Roll Company M (Howell Guards)-2nd Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARIK.

Ivey, James M............................ Aug. 20, '61........................ Discharged b order of War Department Decem-
ber 3, '61 ill health.
Jerkins, Richard A........................... Aug. 20, '61 .............. ..... Discharged December 3, '61.
Johnson, Abram B ........... ......... Aug. 20, '61 ...........
Jerkins R A ....A 2 ............... Aug 20 '6 .. Killed at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
Julian avid B......... .... Aug. 20 '61...........
Kent, Reuben................................... Aug. 20, '61 ..... ........
Kindon, Edward T.................. Aug. 20, '61 ...........
Kindon, T. E. W............................ Aug. 20, '61 ..... ............ Wounded at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
Lawrence, Theodore........ ........... Aug. 20, '61 ....... ........ Died, typhoid fever, hospital Dumphries, Va.,
Lee, Allen M............................... Aug. 20, '61 ................... December 21, '61.
Lewis, Elery.......................... .... Aug. 20, '61 .......
Lewis, James......................... Aug. 20, '61 ...........
McCants, Joseph L.................... Aug. 20, '61 ............ Promoted to Sergeant December 29, '61; killed at
Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
Paine, A....................................... Aug. 20, '61 ............ Wounded at Gaines' Farm June 27, '62.
Papy, Francisco B......................... Aug. 20, '61 ....... ....Discharged September 9, '61, by order of Secre-
tary of War.
Palmer, Johnathan R.................... Aug. 20, '61 .................. Discharged October 31, '61; ill health; order Sec-
retary of War.
Porter, Edward L.............. Aug. 20, '61 April 9, '65 'n hospital at surrender.
Rogers, David ............................... Aug 20 '61 .........Aug. 0 ............... .Died hospital Richmond October 18, '61.
Honey, M icheal................................. Aug. 20, '61 ........................
Sealey, James J................................. Aug. 20, '61 April 9 '65
Sherrod, John................Aug. 20, '61..................... ... Died Richmond hospital September 26, '61.
Sherrod, William J................. .... Aug. 20, '61 ..................
Shewman. William W .......... ....... Aug. 20, '61 ...................... Wounded Frazier's Farm June 30, '62; Gettys-
burg July 1, '63.
Shine, Thomas J............................... Aug. 20, '61 .... ........ Transferred to Davis' Regular Cavalry as Ser-
geant-Major November 7, '61.
Birles, R. W....................... ....... Aug. 20, '61 ...................... Wounded at Gettysburg July 2, '63.
Spratt, John H................................. Aug. 20, '61....................... Died Danville, Va., December 1, '61.
Strickland, Jackson...... .... Aug. 20, '61 .................. Wounded Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
Strickland, John...... ........ Aug. 20, '1 ............. Died hospital Richmond September 23, '61
Sturgis, Duhart, .............................. Aug. 20, 61 .... .... Promoted to Corporal August 12, '61.
Sturgis, Robert D.......................... Aug. 20, '61 ........................ Wounded Gaines' Farm June 27; Frazier'sFart
June 30, '62.
Sunne, John....................................... ........ ...................... Deserted July 31, '62.
Sweatman, Francis M..................... Aug. 20, '61...... .......... Deserted at Richmond, Va., September 27, '61.
Taylor, Green B.............................. Aug. 20, '61 .......................
Taylor, John W.................... Aug. 20, '61 .................
Trplett, Thomas W....... ..Aug 20, '61....................... D hared by order of General French; substi-
tute furnished. (
Turnbull, Junius............................. Aug. 20, '61 April 9, '65 Promoted to 3rd Sergeant December 29, '61; pro-
moted 1st Sergeant.
Ward, Simon P..................... Aug. 20, '61 ........... .... Died at hospital Richmond November 28, '61.
Williams, A.................................... Aug. 20, '61 ........ ......... Promoted Sergeant; killed at Gettysburg July 3,
'63.
Williams, Chesley............. .... Aug. 0, 1 ..................... )ied at hospital Richmond, Va., September 12, '61
Williams, George C....................... Aug. 20, '( April 0, '65 Wounded at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62.
Williams, William A........................ Aug. 20, '61 .............. .... Wounded at Frazier's Farm June 30, '62; captur-
ed Gettysburg.
Wilson David C, Jr.................. Aug. 20 '61 .......................Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Worreli, William H ......................... Au. 20 '61 ..























FIFTH FLORIDA INFANTRY

The 5th Florida Regiment was organized in 1862, and mustered into service
with J. C. Hately as Colonel; Thompson B. Lamar as Lt-Colonel; B. F. Davis as
Major; Captain W. H. Baker as Quartermaster and Captain R. W. Reed as Commissary.

The companies were commanded by Captains A. Z. Bailey (Co A), Garrant Van-
zant (Co B), W. D. Bloxham, (Co C), A. J. Lee (Co D), John W. Hollyman (Co E),
John Frink (Co F), W. J. Bailey (Co G), W. T. Gregory (Co H), Sam A. Spencer
(Co I) and Richmund N. Gardner (Co K). Immediately upon its organization the
regiment was ordered to Virginia, where it joined the 2nd Florida, being assigned
to Pryor's Brigade with which it took part in the Second Battle of Mannassas,
the Maryland campaign and won distinction at Sharpsburg.

After the return from Maryland, the 5th was brigaded with the other Florida
regiments and became a part of Perry's immortal brigadeburrendering at Appomatox
Court House with but 6 officers and 47 men, the only representatives left for
duty at that time of a magnificent regiment.



























Roll Field and Staff-5th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMEI. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Colonel-
J. C. Hateley................................. Mh. '62........................Wounded and disabled at Sharpsburg September
20, '62; resigned July 6 '63.
Thompson B. Lamar.................... Mch. '2 .... .... Promoted Colonel, vice Hateley disabled; killed
Lieutenant-Colonel- at Petersburg '64.
Thompson B. Lamar ................. M '62 ..................
F. Davis................................... Mch. '6 April 9, '5 Wounded at Chancelloraville, Va.
Surgeons-
R. E. Sapp............... ... Mch. '2...............
J. D. Godrey ......................... Mch. '62 April '65 Transferred to 6th N..C. Infantry.
Assistant Surgeon-
Adjutants-
1st Lieut. William Scott.............. Mch. '62 ................
1st Lieut. Thomas W. Shine...... Mch. '62 April 9, '65 Acting Adjutant; surrendered at Appomatox.
Sergeant-Majors-
Quartermaster-
Capt. W H B aker.................................................................
Commissary-
Ca tain R eed......... ............................ ..................
Chaplain-
Quartermaster-Sergeant-



Roll Company A-5th Florida Infantry.



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAME. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
Abram Z. Bailey........................... Mch. '62 ..................Resigned '62.
William K. Partridge.................. Nov. '61 April 9, '65 Promoted Captain: shot at Petersburg October,
1st Lieutenant- '64, and disabled.
Samuel J. Turnbull.............................. .... April 9, :65
and Lieutenant-
Jam es Collins................................ ............ April 9, '65
3rd Lieutenant-
George L. Odum.................... ..................... April 0, '65 Sergeant; promoted 3rd Lieutenant; wounded,
ENLISTED MEN. Gettysburg July 2, '63.
Allen, Joseph M ................. .......... ..................................
Alm on, M athew ..... ........................................... ........................
Annear, George 8..........................................................................
Barker, Isaac................................... May 18, '63 May 15, '65 Transferred to Captain Barwick's Company, st.
Reserves, August '64.
Barker, Jeremiah.................................... May 15, '65 Wounded at Petersburg June, '64.
Baxley, James............................. ................
Bellam y, Marsden D ....................................... ... ......
Bellam y, R ichard.... ................................... ........................
Bennett. G. W.............. .. ............
Blakeley Mathew P..................................
Blount, Allen......... ...... ......... ...............
Bonhart, Joseph......
Brown, David...........................
Bryant, Joseph......................................
Budd, W. A................................. .... Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
B urnett, W illiam .... ............ ............................... ......................
Bysbot, Joseph................................ April 15, '62 ...................... Wounded, Sharpsburg September 17, '62; impris-
oned at Fort Delaware; paroled June 9, '65.
Clark, Erastus W ..................................................... ................... Sergeant.
Clayton, Daniel M...... ................................. Corporal; wounded, Gettysburg. July 3, '63.
Clayton, Dilman.....................................





















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 137


Roll Company A-sth Florida Infantry.
(CNrTINlED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OrT. BkEMI3 S.

*Clayton, John J............................... ........................ Became blind while in prison at Point Lookout
October ,'64; paroled from there.
*Cooper, John F............................ July 15, '61 April 9. '65 Lost left arm at Gettysburg, July 3, '63.
Crosby, L. W.................................... ........................ ........................
Coummings, Joshua .......................... ........ April 9, '65
Davis, Eisha..................................... July 20, .......... .. Los eg ulpeper Court House, August 13,'63
David, James...........................................................
Depratter, Marianna.......................
Ellenwoo, Albert A........................................... ............
Elliett W illiam ............................. ............. ...... ....................
Elli, Jam es M ................... ..................... .................... .
EUllis, N. B.................................................................. April 9, '65 *
'Gainey, Burrell D ............................. ........................ April 9, '65
Gause, George W............................. ........................... April 9, '65
aGibbens, Hiram..................... .................. ................
H ale, H enry G ..................................... ................ .....................
Hammock, W. A...................................................... April 9, '65
Hamilton, A. T................................. ...................... pril 9, 05
Hamilton, James A................................. April 9, '65
H arris. Sylvester H ......................... ........................ .......................
Harris, William W............................................... April 9, '65 Wounded at North Anna River, May 26, '64.
Hinsey, Henry E......................................... April 9, '65 Wounded at Sharpsburg, September 17. '62.
Hinsey, John R............... ......... ..... April 9, '65
Holly, James............................. ........April 9, '65
Holton; George W................
Holton, Josiah.................................. '2 April 9. '65
Holtzclaw, J. C....................... Jan. 5, '61 April 9, '65 Wounded at Sharpaburg, Md., September 17, '62.
Hughey, N. D............. .......... ........................ April 9, '65
Hurst William L...... ................................ ........................
Jarvis, Andrew J....................................................................... Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Xineey, Martin.................................................... April 9 65 Injured in charge at Cold Harbor, June, '64.
K irkland, Albert.............................. ....................... ...................
Lanier, Francis M.......................................................................Died in prison at Elmira, N. Y., December 5, '64.
L avall Patrick...................................................... ........................
Lee, Benjamin H............................. ........................................... Wounded at Gettysburg, July 3, '63.
Lewis, Benjamin W......................... ........................ ....................... Wounded at Gettysburg, July 3. '63.
Lewis, Jesse...................................... ......... ...... April 9, 65 Wounded at Chancellorsvile, May 4,'63.
Lewis, Lleweyn............................... .. ............ ....................
Lord, Albert ..... ...... ........................................... ........................
Lord, John A................................... ................ ........................
Lord, Zachariah.................................................... ...............
Louisiana, Joseph................................ .................. April 9, '65
McClellan. Richard H..... ........................................ Wounded at Gettysburg, July 3, '63.
M cClellan, W illiam ........................... .................... ........................
McGruder, 0. B.................................................. April 9. '65
Maox, Lemuel............... .......... ..
Malone, Drewry...... ........... h April 9, '65
Mays, John R ............................... ........................ ...................... Wounded at Brstot Station, October 14, '63.
M oore, Lewis ............................................ .............. ........................
Morison A .....................................................April 9 '65
elly, James T.................................................. April 9, '65
Norris, William S.................................................... May 65
O dom Elka .......................... ...............................................
Potts, Robert......................... ...................... Wounded at Gettysburg, July 3, '63.
Pratton, M. D................ ............... ................... Wounded at Gettysburg, July 3, '63.
Roberts, W illiam L............................................. ........................
Rogers, J. A...... ................................. ........................ June '62 Disability.
Rowell, John C ..... ................ ............ Died n hospital Lake City, Fla., July 18, '62.
Samson. William... ................ ..................
Scott David W Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Slaughter, J. D..... .... ........... Jan. '2 April 9, Wounded at the Wilderness. Va., May 6 '64.
Slaughter Sam uel B.............................. ............ .......................
Sloan, Malachi........ ........... .......................April 9, '65
Smith, David J............................................
Smith, I. W............ ......... ...... Imprisonedlat Fort Delaware.
Smith, James...... ..... ........................
Smith, John Patrick.................. ............................................ 1st Sergeant.
Smith, Lorenso D............................................. ..............
Smith, Patrick H........................... ........................ May 25, '65 Sergeant.
Snead, Lawson....... ............................................. ......
Sparks, John............... ............... .... ............ .... ................
Sparks, Martin................ ........................ ........................
Sparks, Thomas............................... ....................... .....
Stanley. Hillary .............................. ....................... ........................ Sergeant; killed at Petersburg '64.
Staughten James....... ............................. .
Staughten Thomas.......... ...........................................
Stevins, Birch R............... ................... ....................... j
Stewart, John G......................... ............
Stewart, R. J.................... ........Feb '61 Aril 10, '65
Stewart, William F....... ..... Dec. 11, '61 April 9, '65
Summers, H. M....................................................... April 9, '65
Summers, P. B. W..................................... April 9, '65



















138 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company A-5th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Turnbull, Theodore......... ...... ........ ....................... st Sergeant.
W ade, Lewis H........ ..... .............. ........
Webb, Isaiah T................................................. .Corporal; killed at Sharpsburg, September 17,'63.
Wheeler, C. P............................... ........... April 0, '65
Whitmore Martin.......
Willie, J. J............. ......... ..... pril 9,
Windham, Elias C ...... ...... ...................... Corporal.
Windham, John H................................


Roll Company B-5th Florida Infantry.
CONTAINED. )

NAMES MUSTERED MUSTERED REMAR8.
IN. OUT.

Ca tain-- OFFICERS.
barrett Vanzant .......................... ........................ April 9, '65 Resigned May 26, '63.
John H. Tolbert. ... . .......................... Promoted Captain from 2nd Lieutenant; killed.
Ist Lieutenant--
William T. Bacon.................. '61 April 26, '65
2nd Lieutenants-
John G. Raulerson.......... ......... 61.... ....... Junior 2nd Lieutenant; killed at Chancellorsville
May 3. '63.
T. W. Hart........... ..................... ..... April 9, '65 Promoted Lieutenant Co. B, 5th Florida.
ENLISTED MEN.
Allison, Humphrey D.................... '61...........
Anderson, John J ............... '61 ..........
Anderson, Za arih............. ....... '61 ..... ................
Arnow, Peter.... ..... ........... .. .61........ .......
Barnes, James A ...................... '6t ............... promoted t Sergeant; wounded Sharpsburg Sept-
April 9, '65 ember 13, '62.
Barnes, Robert R......61 ....................... Killed, Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Barr, William T........... ... .... ..... '61 April 9, '65
Beaufort, Washington....... ...... '61 April 9, '65
Bivin, Miles M.............61 ............'............ Killed, Briston Station October '63,
Blume, LaFayette........ ............. '61 April 9, '65
Blume, Watson W....... .............. '61....
Brown Hugh..... ............April 8, '62 April 9, '65 Wounded at the Wilderness, Va., May 6, '64; also
at Petersburg, Va., September 17, '64; pro-
moted Sergeant.
Browning, Alexander M............... '62 April 65 Prisoner at Emyra, '64.
Bryant, Joseph ........... ........ April '62 April 0. '65
Bryant, Sylvester J....... ...... .... April 9, '65
Bryant, W N..... .......... ................ April 9 '65
Carver, Henry.......................... April 9, 65 Wounded, Chancellorsville, May 4, '63.
Chambers, William H............ '1....'1 .......
Coon, John C ......................................
Coon, M................ ............ .... Wounded at Gettysburg, July 3, '63.
Cribb, Thomas D......... .......... ....... ...........
Dekle, Thomas G........... .............'1 .......
Douglass, Alexander J .............. '61 April 9, '85
Douglass, F. M ...................... '1April 9, '65 Wounded, Chancellorsville, May 4, '84.
Douglass H.J ......... .................. April 9 '65
Douglass, Martin L ............ Mch 8, '62 April 9, '65 In prison in New York State '65( Hart's Island).
Drawdy, B. F. ....... ...........;.. April 9, '65
Duke, David L..... .............. ........................ Killed, Gettysburg, July 3, '63.
Edwards, Andrew J.......... ...................................................
Edwards, Hiram ........................................
English, Henry .......... .... May '62 .... ..... Discharged In '62, cause, substitute; re-enlisted in
Englh James ..................Apri 9, '65 Mummerlyn's Battalion and served until c ose
Fairloth, JohnM .. .. ...... .....April 9, of the war.
Feagle, Andrew .......... ... ..........April 9, '6 Discharged from Fort Delaware at the close of the
Fe Mark H .................................... April 9, '65 war.
at jA .............l....^.... Wounded, Gettysburg. July 3, '63.
Gaines. W idlis...... ......................................
Futer, DJohn. D..... ..................April ,
Geer, David L.:;.....:::::::::::::::::: April 9, '65 Wounded at Chancellorsville '63; also Petersburg
Geer, Freeri S.................................. November '64.
November '64.
Geer, Frederic .....................................April 9. '65 Wounded, Gettysburg' July 3, '63 and captured;
paroled from prison at Elmira, N. Y.
Geer, T. J. C.................................... Feb. 15, '62 April 9, '65 Wounded at Wilderness, Va., May 6, '64.
Gerrel, Bennett............................................
G illiard, Jam es D ............................. ........................ ........................
Godwin, James .........c....... .... ........... ........... Wounded mortally at Sharpsburg September 17,
Goens, Jesse..... ................. ......... pril 0, '65 '62; died December 1, '62.
Goens, Stephen 0 ............ ..............


















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 136


Roll Company B-5th Florida Infantry.

(CoNTINUED.)




MUSTERED MUSTERED
QAMES. IN. OUT. BBUMARK.



Griffin, F. M ..................... ............. ........................ April 9. '65
Griffin, James A....... ......Mch. '1 April 9, '65 Captured at Gettysburg and paroled from prison
Grisham, Columbus C............ ....... ..... April 9 '65 at Fort Delaware at close of the war.
Groover, Rowan J..................... Mob. 8, '62 April 9, '65 Wounded at Gettysburg; afterwards captured at
Gwin, Auustu... ............... ........................ ........................ Wilderness May 6, '64 and paroled at close of
win, Wiam .... ............ ............. ................... the war.
Hardee, J. H....... ...................... une 8, '61 April '65
Henry Francis C...................................... April 9, '65
H oltywonger Jam es C.................... ........................ ........................
Hobendo, William H .................. ................ April 9. '65
H unt, Thom as V................................ ................ ........................
H urst, John..................................... '61 ... ..........
H urst, Macon S................................ '61 ... ..........
K een. Allen..................................... '1
Keen, George D................................ '61 ........................
Keen, George W............................. '61 April 9, '65
Keen, John.................................................. Deserted December '63.
K een, J. J ................................................................ April 9, '65
Keen, Moses H....... .................................. ........................ Wounded at the Wilderness, Va. May '64; cap-
Keen Wiley ................................ ...... .................. April 9, '65 turned and died in prison at Elmira. N. Y.. Nov-
ember 15, '64.
Kinard, Wiley A............................... ......................... ..... Discharged 63, disability wounded at Gettys-
burg July 3, '63.
Langford, F. .......................... ........... ...... ............ ........ Died hospital at Lynchbur V.. April 13 '3.
Lea, F. S........................................ ......................... April 9, '65
Lee, J. L ....................................... April 9, '65
Le P.. ............ ... ................... April 9, '65
Long William H ......63 ........................ Discharged, '3, disability; wounded at Culpepper
Manning, George W.................. '63 April 9, '65 August 1, '63.
Melton, obert................. April '62 May 16, '65
Mennett, William H............................................ .....
Merritt. U. .............................................. ....................... W Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63, and left on
i m.6 i u field.
Milligan John................................... ... ..................... ..... Died July 6, '62.
Moore, James W .......... ............ ........... ........... ..................
Moore, Jacob T .............................. ....................... April 9, '65 Promoted Sergeant.
Moore. Philip G.............................................. ..... April 9, '65
Morgan, Pliney ............................... .................. April 9, '65 Wounded, Gettysburg July 3. '63.
lNiblack. James L....................................................................... Killed in Seven Days Battle '62.
Niblack. James S..........................M 7, '62 ....................... Died in Jacksonville, Fla, smallpox, July 25, '62.
Niblacek, Joe ....................... ........................ ... ........................ Dischaled '63 ia
Nq Ju ed. '163, disability; wounded, ttysburg
O'Can W illiam ........................... ................ ....................... July 63. is
Owens, W. J ........................................................ April 9, '65
Perry, James W.......................... April 9. 65
Polhill, William H... .. .. ................ .................. Killed n Virginia.
Powell, Joseph............... M '62 April 9, 65 Wounded at harpbur Md., September 17, '2.
Raulerson, Eli.......................... Moh. '62 .... ........ Killed at Sharpsburg, d., September 17, '62.
Raulerson Jackson ............. .. .... ....... Killed in Virginia.
Rausson, enry W...... ............. '61 ..........
Reid, Marion K................... '61 ....................... Discharged, '62- wounded, Sharpsburg September
13, '62, and disabled.
Reid, William F.... ............................... ..... Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware
e ster, Mithel.......................... .... 61 ... ...................6 ... ........
Richard, James R .................. ..... '61 April 9, '65 Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Roberts, R. ................... .......... ................ April 9, '65
Rodgers, R. F ...............Re-enlisted in t Reserves Reg. J J. Daniel.
Ross, A. H..... ....... .......prl 2, '62 April 9, '65
Rowling. John.................................. '61 ...............
Sellers, William L............................. '61 April 9, '65
Smith. Coleman ...................... .... '61...... ....... ....
Smith, James ........................... '62 April '65 Captured near close of war and paroled.
nellrove. M ................... ......... ........................ April 9 '65
Spieer. John R ......................................................... ; ...................
Tatum. Robert W ..................................... .......... April. '65 Wounded, Chancellorsville May 3. '63.
Taylor, Robert.............................. April I '62 April '65 Wounded at Sharpsburg, Md.
Therman, Joseph W....................... .............
Truluek, Jason................................. '61 April 9, '65
Tyre, Lewis .......... ............................. .......... ...........
Umstead, George W .................... '61 April 9, '65 Wounded and captured at Petersburg, '63, and
Vinard, W. A............... .... I ............ April 9 '65 imprisoned at Point Lookout.
Waldron. J. C....................................April 9, '65
Ward. William P......................61 April 9, '65
Waters. Isaac........................ ....... '61 April 9, '65
Williams, John................................. Mch. '61 April 9, '65 Wounded at Gettisburt, Pa., captured and re-
Witt, A. J.................................... ................................................ mained in prison until close of the war.
Wrey. William.................................. '61 ........................Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.




















140 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company C-5th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTEREDI
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
William D. Bloxham................... April '62..................... Transferred to Quartermaster Department, Madi-
son Fla.
Council A. Bryan......................... April '62...................... 1st Lieutenant; promoted Captain December '62;
elected to Legislature and resigned November
19, '64; afterward joined Co. C, Scott's Battalion
talion, and served to close of the war.
ist Lieutenant-
I. McQuenn Auld........................ April '62 April 9, '65 2nd Sergeant; promoted 1st Lieutenant after bat-
tle of Sharpsburg September 17, '62; com-
2nd Lieutenants- manded company at surrender.
Mathew Lively............................. ........................... Discharged '62, for disability.
Alexander L. Bull....62 ............Ar.......... 1st Sergeant; promoted 3rd Lieutenant; then 2nd
3rd Lieutenants- Lieutenant.
James D. Galbraith.................................................................. Discharged, '62, for consumption.
Leroy Allen............................... Feb. 27, '62 April 0, '65 Promoted 3rd Lieutenant; wounded at Cold Har-
ENLISTED MEN. bor June 5, '64.
Allen, Joseph..................................... Feb. 27.- '62 April 0, '65 Promoted Sergeant.
Alligood, Charles S..................... Mch. 28. '62 April '65 Shot at Gettysburg July 3, '63. *
Alliood, James.......... ..... ..................... ................. ...Wounded, Chanceorsville May 4, '63.
Atkinson, Stephen.............................................
Atkinson, Wiley L.............................. ............. Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Barefoot, Thom as B......................... ......... ........................
Barlow, John S.................................... ............... .................
Bariman, Elias........................... .............................. .......... Killed, Gettysburg July 3, 63
Barnes, Elias ........................................ ................
Brown, William J............................61 62 Expiration of term; re-enlisted August, '62, in W.
D. Bloxham's Co.; shot at the Wilderness, Va.
Bruce, Robert L............................... .............................
Bryan Joseh L...................... Feb. 22, '62 April 9, '65 Promoted Sergeant; wounded at Petersburg, Va.
Carroll, William ......................... ...... ........................ ......... .............
Comparett, John B.......................... ................ ..................... Killed, Charlottsville; buried in cemetery of the
Conner, Martin C............................ ....................... ................ University of Virginia
Daughter, James...... ............................
D au htery W illiam ......................... ........................ .......................
I)avs, Washington J....................... .................... ... .......................
Dudley, RufusI ............................ ........................ ... ...... Wounded, Gettysburg July ., '63.
Eppes, Nicholas W................ ....................................... Transferred from Co. M, 2nd Regiment; appointed
Sergeant-Major; promoted 2nd Lieutenant, for
gallantry at the battle of Gettysburg and trans-
Fairbanks, Henry........ ......... ........................ ferred to 1st Cavalry.
Farady, James W...... ................ ..................... ........................ Killed, Chancellorsville May 4, '63.
French James W ................ ................... ............... Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Gause, George W ........ ................ ................... April 9, '65
Gorman, Robert B........................... ........................ April 9. '65
Gramlin, J. W.......................... ......................... ............... Discharged from Fort Delaware prison.
Grand, M ike K ................................. ................ .......................
G ray. Edward.......... .................... ........................ ........................
Hall, L. H................................... ....................... ........................ Imprisoned, Fort Delaware.
Hargrove, Samuel T............................ ............. .......................
Hart, John R........................................................... ..... Sergeant.
Hartsfield, Moses............. ................. .............. .... ............. Wounded, Bristow Station Oct. 14, '63.
Harvey, Mike L ............................. ............
Henby, James T....................... Mar. 61 ....................... Shot at Sharpsburg, Maryland, disabled and dis-
Schar ed, '63.
Hicks, S. J.................................................... ..................... ........... Died, Fort Delaware prison, '63.
Hinson, John H.................... .......... ...........
Holland, Thomas............. ........................ ............ Killed, Chancellorsville, May 5, '63.
H olt, Ass H ..................................... ........ .... ... April 9, '65
Holt, Christopher C...................... ............. ..... ..
H orne H M .. .. ...................... ........................ April 9, '65
Howell. John W.............. .................................. ........................ Wounded, Gettysburg, July 3, '63.
Isler, D. C.......................................... ........................ ............. Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Isler, Fredrick W............................................. ................
aIler, John F......................................................... A ril 9 '65
Isler, Thomas J..................................................... April 9, '65
Iler, W. M ....................................................... April 9, '65
enins, Samuel M...................... ..... ........ April 9, '65 Wounded and captured, paroled fromlprison
Johnson James W ................... ........................
Jones, Charles S............................. ................. ............
Jones, William L........................... ...................... ........Killed at Gettysburg July 3'63.
Kyle, Christopher C .......................... Mar. '62 .................. Discharged June, '63 from Fort Delaware prison.
RKyle, C. C. Jr.................................... ........................ Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
ee, John A ................................................................ ........................
Levy, Alfred..... .................................................. ........................
Levy, David............................................................. ... ...................... Corporal.
v henry ............................................... April 9, 65

Maxwell, .Franc Oliver ........................ Died, Richmond Va., Nov. 14, '62.
Mobley Robert S... ............ May '62 ...... ............ Wounded, Chancellorsville May 4, '63; paroled.
Norris, ry H ............................ ........................ April 9, '65 Wounded, Gettysburg July 3. '63.
Oliver, Arin ............................................................. ........................ Killed Gettysburg July 3, '63.



















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. \ 141


Roll Company C-Sth Florida Infantry.
(CONTrNED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARY .

Oliver, James....... ......... ............. April 9, '65 1st Sergeant.
Owens, Calvin ... ............ ........ Corporal.
Page, Benjamin F.............................................. April '65 Promoted Corporal, wounded Gettysburg July 3,
Page, Jam es J .................................. ...... ............. ........................ '63.
Page. John W............. .........................
Page. Sherod .. I ...................... ............ ........
Pittman, William...... ............................
Pitts. Joseph .................. .................... .. ..................
Purvis, John N....... .. ................ ............... Died at Staunton,Va. Sept. 18, '62; of pneumonia.
R edd, Toliver ............................... ........................ ........................
Redd, W ashington W .................. ....................... ........................
R enfro, Jam es P ............................... ........................ ........................
R ickerson. Jam es M ......... ............. ........................ ........................
Roberts, Richard.... ........... ..............
Roberts, Robert E ...... ..... .........
Roberts, William...... .... ...............
Robinson, Larkin............................................ April 0, '65 Shot at Petersburg Oct. 0, '64.
Russell, Daniel W................................ Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Russell, Jesse Daniel..................Mar. 22 '62 April 0, '5 Wounded, Gettysburg July, '63; captured and
imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Scott, Allen..................................................... April 0, '65 Wounded, Petersburg Va.
Scott, John R............................ April '65
Smith, R. B.............................. Mr. 11, '62April 9, '6 Shot, Chancellorsville May 3, '63.
Smith, W. D........................... .......... .............. ...................... Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Stanford, H........................................ .. ................... Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Sutton, John A............................ Mar. 15, '62 April 9, '65 Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Sutton, S. M................................... ........................ April 0, '65 Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Thomas W. H....................... .... .... April '65
Tomberiin, James E............... April 9, '65
Tomberlin, Samuel...... ................... April 9, '65
T group, G eorge.............. ....................................................................
Verris, Farnwell W......... ..................
Walters, William H.................................
W atkins, Robert M ........................ ........................................
White, A. J.......................................................... April '65 Wounded, Gettysburg July 3. '63.
W white, S. H ....................................... ....................... ................... Killed Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Whitley, Thomas. .............. ............. April 9, '65 Corporal.
W ilson. Jam es B .............................. ............... ........................
Wiggins. Dan................................. April 1. '62 April 9, '65 Wounded severely, Gettysburg July 3. '63.


Roll Company D-5th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAME. IN. OUT. REMARBS.

OFFICER.
Captains-
A J. Lea..................................... ....................... ...................
0. F. 'eake.................................. .............. April 26, '65 2nd Lieutenant, promoted toCaptain Co. D.
Ist Lieutenants-
J. S. Cockran.................................. ............. ............................
Hill Bryan Coffee................................................ April 0, '65 Promoted 1st Lieutenant.
2nd Lieutenants-
J. A. Shaw...................................... ................. ........................ W wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
A. DeLaughter.............................................. April 9, '65 Promoted 2nd Lieutenant.
3rd Lieutenants-
George I. Devane............................ ........ April 9, '65
G. W. Odum......................................... .... ......... sergeant, promoted 3rd Lieutenant; became blind.
ENLISTED MEN.
Ashley, Edward...........................................
Baker, W illiam F.............. ... ... .. ...................... ....
Bell, Abram ...................................... June .... .......
Bellamy, Calvin B........................ 611..................... Died in hospital at Richmond,.Va. April, '63.
Bennett, David W ........ ..................................
Bennett, George W .......................... ........................April 9, '65
B ennett, Jam es A .............................. ........................
Blanton, E. C.................................... April '62 April 9, '65
Blanton, J. B...................... ........... ..April 9, '65 Wounded at Chancellorsville May:3, '63.
Bonds. Sanford.................................................... ....................
B rannon, S. ................................. ........................ ......................
Brown, Arthur......................... ................ .....
Brown, ......Reuben IImprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Brown, Reuben.................................. ........................ ................;....... Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
B row n, Thom as J................................................. ........................
Brown, William ...................................... .............
Browning, J............ .................... .... ... .... Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63.
Burgess, R. W.............................. ...
Burnett, G. M.................................................
Burney, James............................................. Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '65.
Cam pbell J. R ..... ............................................ .. April 9, '65



















142 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company D-5th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUTERED
NAME. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Carlton, Thomas A ..................... '62 April 9, '65
Carter, Alex.............................. Mar. '02 April 9, '5 Wounded at Culpepper Court House, Va.
Carter, Archibald M....... ................................ Corporal.
Catiage, W illiam ........................................................ A pril 9, 5
Clark, Eli...... .......... .................. ....
Collins, Archibald M ........................ ................................................ Sergeant. .
Coper, Silas Lrchibald M..................................................... ....................... erea
Coper, Silas L......
Dees, Marion...............
DeLaughter. J. P....................................... ........................
Denmark, Jasper.............................. ............ ........
Devane, G. F.... ........................... Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Dewey. Richards........................
D range. Benjam in T............................... ............. ....................
Drew, Benjamin R......... ...............................
Drew, Thomas F........................................... April 9, '65
D rew. W illis.......................................................................
Driggers, Bartimirs ........ ........................
Duer, William ......... ........................
Dulton, Andrew L................... .. ... April 9, Promoted Corporal, wounded at Gettysburg July 3
'63.
Edwards, Edward......................... ............. .... ........................ Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Edward, Samuel..........
Ellis, N ........................... ..................................
Elis, Nathaniel B..... ........... April 7, '62 ..... .... Wounded at Sharpsburg, Md. Sept. 17, '62.
Elliot, George E. ................. April 7, '62 April 9, '65 Wounded at Antletam, Md. Sept. 17, '62.
Ellison. ................
English. Mathew J...... 2 ..................: Killed in battle at Sharpsburg, Md. Sept. 17, '62.
English, Redding ....... ... '2 ..................... Killed in battle at Sharpsburg. Md. Sept. 17, '62.
English, William........ .......... ......... .................. Sergeant.
Eze E. Fha .. ............: .. ...................... .................... ..................
.E. F. ....
Farmer, Richard.............................................. ......
Faulkner. Z. T.... ..............April 9.
Flowers, Benjamin.. .............'62 April 9, '65 Shot at Sharpsburg, Md. Sept. 17, '62.
Flowers. enjarymi... ............................ .....
Flowers, Joseph......"... .......... ......". : April 9, 65 Wounded at Chancellorsville,Va. May 3, '63 and
Gramblin. C. W ................. ................died next day.
Gramling, Joel F... ........ ar.15 April '65 Shot at Wilderness, Va. May 0. '64.
Gramling. William J...:................. Dec. '62 ....................... Died of disease at Land's Mill,Va. Nov. 1, '62.
Goza, Peter ........ ... Wounded.
Hall, A. K........ ....... ......... ...... ...... Wounded at Bristow Station Oct. 14, '63.
Hawkins, D. D.........................April 9, '65
Hawkins, M...............
Hawkins, W. D...... ..'..: A '
Henderson, John....... .'".. ........ .............
H endrix, John G .............................. ................... ........................
Hinely, Edward S..... ... ............................................
inely, J H ................................... ... ............-- Wounded at Gettysburg July 3. '63.
Howren, William D........................ ........ .....:::::. ......:....: o Shot at battle of Wilderness.
Humphries, Robt. B'61 April .'5........................ .............. ... Sergeant.
arvis, A R. B .... ... ........ Jan. '61 pri 9 65 Cap tured at Gettysburg, Pa.. and imprisoned at
arvis, James N.................. .......... Fort Delaware until close of war.
Kelly. John I...........:::::::::::::::: : ................. ..::::
Lanier, F. S.................... ...............................
Lanier, M. V. B... .......................... pril ,
Leak A. B.............................. .... ......... .. Sergeant killed at Chancelloraville May 3. '65.
Leak. Elrie.................... : .................... ... .................. Promoted Ist Sergeant.
Lee. John....................... ............................... .................
L ee, Josiah........................ ...............................................
Lee, S. I................................ .......... ....................
Lewis, C. J .......................................... Corporal.
Lewis, John.......... ..................... ........ April 9, 65
Lewis. J. G....................................... .. ........................
Lindsay, H enry W ........ ....................................... ......................
Lindsay, N ew a ................................ ....................... ........................
L 'vd== === = n J ... . ..:: ..... ..................... 4 ............ .
Mcaniel, F. M ............. .................. ..... Killed at Chancellorsville May 4, '63.
Matthew, David L.......... .............. April 9, '65
Montgomery, B, H .... ............................
Montomery, James H ....... ........ : ......Apri 9, '6 Transferred to Captain Bird's Company E.
Montgomery. M. T....... .. ............ ............
MorganJ. J .M: ::: ::::::o::::::::::::::::: ended at Gettysburg July 8, '63.
M organ, O lin M ..... ..................... ........................ ........................
Nfewton. William H .......................... ....... ................
Odom. Nathan ......................... ....... April 9, '65 Shot in leg and back at Sharpsburg Sept. 17, '62.
O 'Q uinn, J. R .................................... ........................ ........................
O'Quinn, V. J.................
Page, Marion W....Mar2 ............ Promoted Sergeant wounded at Shapsburg, Md.
lost right leg Sept. 17, '62; discharged Mar. 13,
'63.
Painter, John J.................................. Mar. 10, '62 April 9, '65 Paroled from Hart's Island; N. Y. prison.
Parker. M. W...... ...........................
Parker. William T...... ......................... April 9, '65
Patterson, David B ....... ............................................................
Patterson, Thomas........................................





















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 143


Roll Company D-5th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS


Pert Elia...... ........................ April 9, '65
PeiaC ok I R ober ................................. ........................ .......................
Porter, en ..................... .............................. ......
Porter, B. Jen......................................................
Porter, J. A.................... ............................... April ,
P ow er, F E ................................................................ ........................
Poynter John.................................... ... .......................... ...
Reams, Joshua...... ...............................
Redden, Thomas J. .....
Roberts John P................................ ................... April 9, '65 ..................................
Robertson, J. R................................... ............ Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Robinson, John B............................................ Corporal.
R owe, Jam es P ................................ ................. ....................
R oweil H enry A ........ ................ ...............................................
Rykard, Robert.................. .................
Sealey, James W .............................. ...................... April 9, '65
Shaw Thomas J... ........................ ....... ..... April 9, '65 Wounded at Bristow Station Oct. 14, '63.
Sherod, Seburn.......................................................... ................... Sergeant.
Shortridge, J. W ........................................................ ..................
Silas, David............ ......... ................... ................
Sim m ons J. W .......................... ...................
Skipper, Robert R ................................................... April 9, '65 -'
Skipper. Thomas.............................. .............. April 0, '65 "
Sloan, Malhai...... .... ..... April '62 April 9, '65 Shot at Wilderness, Va. May 5, '64.
Sloan, Samuel J..................... ..... ........
Sloan, William R...... ................ Mar. 1, '62 April 10, '65
Strickland, A B ............................... ................. .. .................
Strickland, T J........................................................ ..................
Tatem John F............................. ............... ..............
Thomas, William H....................... ........... April '65
Walker D L. M........ ................... ........... Wounded at Chancellorsville. May 4, '63.
Webb, Samuel .............. ......... April '5 Died in Va. in summer of '63.
W eeks, Sam B............ ........................................ ................
Wentworth, J. H.............................. ......................... ........... Sergeant; wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Wicker, Daniel...... ........................
Wishard, A. J...................... .................
W ynburn, John............................................... ..... ..............


Roll Company E-Sth Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERs.
Captain-
John W H olleym an............................. ........... .. ..................
Ist Lieutenants-
mBenjamin F. Davis................................................ ................... Promoted 1st Lieutenant.
T. J. Vann.............................. ............. April 9, '65
'2nd Lieutenant-
W illiam A. Livingston...... ..........................................
3rd Lieutenant-
John A. Jenkins................................................ ........................ Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
ENLISTED MEN.
Allison, R obert F...... ................................... ........................
A m bero, John......................................................
Arnold, Perris 1)............................. ...............:....:: .......
Arnolds, William..... ....... ..................... .................
Barnett, James ........................ April '62 .......................
Bailey, Joseph............................ .. ........ ....
Bailey, W. H...................... .. ... ........ April 9, '65
Bowers, P.................. .................. ...... ..................... Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
B oyt, W illiam ................................ ........................ ........................
B rantley, A nthony................................. ............ ......................
Brown, Thomas.......................... ...... April '65
Brown, William G........ .................. ...... '62 Disability; lost right armlat Sharpsburg September
B row n, W illiam W ........................... ........................ ........................ 17, '02.
B ryant, W illiam ..................................................
Burnett, Thomas.......................... ..........
Butler, Thomas E............................ ........... ..... Promoted Corporal.
Calhoun, C. W.................. ........ .. .................... .... Died at Chancellorsville, buried at the cemetery
of the University of Virginia.
Calhoun, L. H.................................................... ....................... Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Calhoun. Thomas..................... .......................... April 9, '65
Campbell, Benjamin F..... ............. .................
Cam pbell. J. R .................................. .......................April '65
Carrot, John 0............. ....... ...................... April 9, '65
Cash, R. C.................................................................... Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '63.




















144 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company E-5th Florida Infantry.
(CoNTINOED.)


MUSTERED MSUTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Cash, Richard E.............................. Feb. '62 April 9, '65 Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Cason, W... ............................ ........................ ........................ Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Cliate, George W..............................
Cliate, Robert A......... ........ ............
Coffee. Jam es................................. .................. ........................
Collins, G L..... .. ....................................... ........................
Coody, James............................................... April 9, '65 Corporal- wounded at 2nd battle of Fredricks-
burg, Va., captured at Petersburg and impnrisn-
ed at Fort Delaware until close of war.
Cox, D. N.......................... ....... Mch. '2 April '65
Cubbage, George Frank.................... '61 April 9, '65
Daven,.ort, J. A................................ ..................... April 9, '65
Dees Moses W.......................... .................... April 9, '65
Drew, J. E........................................... ................ April 0, '65
D ukes, W L..................................... ....................... ..April 9, '65
Duncan, Andrew J............................ ................. PromotedMusician.
Ellison, Henry................................. '62 April 9, '65
Plynn, James E.................................. ........................ April 9, '65 Corporal.
Flynn, Sam B.......... ................................................ April 9, '65 Sergeant.
Goodson, Wilson .......................... Feb. '62 ........................ Discharged '62; Rheumatism.
G oolesby, A lvin.............................. ................ ...............
Scrambling, Marques M....... ............... ..........
Hancock. Jackson..... ................................ .... Musician.
Hassie, Bryant P................ ..... ........ ......
Henderson, Ed. J............................................... April 9, '65
Henderson, John ............................ ...................... April 9, '65 Sergeant.
Henderson, Samuel C...................... Feb. '62 April 9, '65 Captured at the Wilderness, Va. May 6, '64; sent to
Hicks, Levi.................................................. ..... April 9, '65 Point Lookout, Md. and remained until Nov.
Hudson, ................................. ........ ................ ..... Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Hudson, John A...............................
Hudson, Richard .. ..... ...... I .... .. ....... Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Hughey, John............ ........................ ............
Hughey, N. D .......................... ............ April 9. '65
Izler, I. P............................................
Johnson, John C ................ .... .... April 9, 65
Johnson, John W .......................... Feb. '6 April 9. '65 Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Jones, Isaiah..................................................................... Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
K elly, George C..................................................... ........................ ... .j
L am er, B yrd ...................................... ........................ ........................
Lanier, F. M .......................... ..... ................... ............... .... Captured at Spottsylvania Court House May 5; died
Lanier, Lamb................................... ........................ ........................ in prison at Elmira, N. Y. Dec. 9, '64.
Lanier, Luke P .....................................
Lanier Martin Vanburen .............. May 13, '62 ............ .... Wounded severely at Wilderness, Va.. May 25, '63:
Lee, John T.......... ..................................... promoted Sergeant.
Leggett. John F.............................. Mar. '62 April 9, '65 Wounded near spinal column at Gettysburg, Pa.,
Juy 2. '63; and captured; paroled from Fort
Delaware.
.Leinten, Hugh...................... ...................................................... Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Leinten, Jam es T............................. .. .............. ..................
Livingston, J. F.............................. ....................... April 9, '65
Loyd, Joseph P................................. .. .
McClellan, J. H ........................... Feb. 28, '62April 9, '65
McDaniel, Duncan.................... .......... ..............
cGhin, H ........................................... ........................ April 9, '65
.M cNair, Jam es W ...................................................... ........................ Corporal.
Moseley. Boas W ........................ ............................. ..... Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Norris, H. H... ............................................ .......
Parsons, Josah...... ..... .. .........................
Philips, Benjamin W................ ........
Philips, Joseph T...... .................. ...........
Philips, Robert A ...... .................. April 9, '65
Ponder, Benjamin F.......................Aug. '62 April 9, '5 Transferred from Co. E, 4th Regiment, to 5th Regi-
ment; shot at St. Marks, also at Sharpsburg, Md.
Sept. 17, '62.
Ponder, Ephriam D. ................... ....... ......... Sergeant.
Ponder, W J...................................... ........................ April 9, '65
Ram sey, J. .................................... ....................... April 9, '65
Rayborn, James F ........................... ..................
Renew, G. A F........ Feb. '62 Apriil 9, '65 Shot at the Wilderness May 6, '04; also at Brandy
Renew, William ...... ........................ ........................Station, Va. Aug. 1, '63.
Revels, Alfred.................. Mar. '62 April 9, '65
Revels, Riley.......... '62 April 9, '65 Killed at Gettysburg, Pa. July 3, '64.
R ichardson, W illiam .............................. ............ ....................
Scott, War. C. Preston .... .............................................. ......................... Md. July 1, 65
uls, James R .................................. Feb. 15, 621.. ..... Dischar ed by parole from prison Point Lookout,
ence, B ...... ................................ ................ Killed at etysburg July 3, '63.
Sessions, M esenar R ...................... ...... ........... ........................
Sm ith, Stephen M ...................... ........................ ........................
So ls, Jam es...... ............................... .............. .... ........................
Soils8 Jerem iah F ........................ ........................ ........................
Stewart Robert J ....................... April '2 April 9, '65 Wounded under left arm.
Strickland William J........................ ..........
Thigpen, Jesse................. .................'64 pril ,





















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 145


Roll Company E-5th Florida Infantry.
(CONTI UED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Thompson, Alexander....... ........... ........................ .......................
Vann, John W.............................. ...................... April 9, '65
W arren, Josiah.................................. ........................ ........................ Sergeant.
W ebb, George P...... .... ......... .. ............ ........................
Webb, William ....... ........... ......... .............
Wiglesworth, Joseph....... ...... ............... ...........
Williams, Benjamin..... ......... ........................
W illiam V...................................... ...... ... ........A pril 9 '
W illiam s, Jam es W ...... .............. ............... ......... ..............
W illiam s. O wen ................................ ... ............... .......................
Withington. D. E....1....... ....... ....Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
W hitlock. Charles A.................................... ..................
W orrell, B enjam in............................ .........................................



Roll Company F-5th Florida Infantry.


NAMES. MUSTERED MUSTERED REMARKS.
IN. OUT.
OFFICERS.
Captains-
John Frink................................................ ..... ........................ Killed Gettysburg July 3, '63
R. W. Adams.............................. '61 ........ ..... Promoted Captain.
ist Lieutenant-
Evan S. W iley.......................... .... '61 ... ...........
2nd IAeutenants-
Edwin F. Wrede...................... '61 April 9, '65
Francis M. Selph...... ..... 61 ... ...........
E. F. Wood.................................................... April '5 Promoted 2nd Lieutenant Co. F, 5th Florida.
William A. Shand............................................. April 9, '65 Promoted 2nd Lieutenant Co. F, 5th Florida.
ENLISTED MEN.
Adams, James L............................... '61 .................... Died of disease at Fredericksburg, Va. Dec. 14,'62.
Adams, Willoughby.......................... '61 ...........
Allen, Brittan............................... ................... Corporal.
Allison, Robert F.............................. .............. April 9, '65
Allman, William F................. ......................... April 0, '65 Wounded in left hand, captured and imprisoned

at Fort Delaware.
Ashe. George C .......... ................ Mar. '62 April 9, '6 Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63; captured at

Wilderness, Va. May 6. '64, imprisoned at Elmi-
ra, N. Y. and paroled there July 1, '65.
Averett, Henry...... ..... .......... une '61 ... .................
Averett, J. ................................ April '62 ........................ Wounded at North Anna River, Va. '64.
Baker, John H. ...............'61...............61 ............ 1st Sergeant.
Barker. Jerry.............................................. April 9, '65
B ell, Jam es......................... .......... '61...........
Bellflower. Robert R........................... '61 ...... ...
Bembry, Henry L............ .......... eb. '62 April 9, '5
Bembry, Thomas N.......................... Feb. 14, '62 April 9, '65 Wounded at Fredericksburg, Va., '62.
Bishop, Joseph...... ...... ............ ..... April 9, '65
Black. W illiam ...... ............'61 ....................... Corporal.
Bonds, Sanford.................................................. ........
Boon, Stephen H.................. April '65 April 9, '65
Brown, F. M................................ '61 April 9, '65 Promoted 1st Sergeant.
Burton, William........ ................ '61 .... .......
Cameron, John........... '61 ............ ......
Cheshire, David...................... ....... ... April '65 Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Cheshire, William R....................... '61April 9. '65
Clark J. M .................................................. ...... April 9 '65
Coulson. Joseph........................... 61 ................
Crib s, .................. ......................... .... April 9, '
Dan ord. Thomas..........i.............................................
Dees, Elijah........................................ Mar. '01 .................... Discharged for disability. '62.
Dees, James...................
Demerie, Paul........................ '61..................
Dempsey, Elvin W......................... '61 ... ............Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Dorman, George H.............................................. April 9, '65
Ellis, N. B....................................... Mar. '62 ....................... Discharged, '63; shot at Sharpsburg. Md. Sept. 17.
Faircloth, Ben am in ...................... '61 ........................ '62.
Faircloth, Caleb........... ......... Mar. '61 April 9, '65 Wounded in Virginia and died Oct. 29, .'3.
Farweel, Augustus P ....................... '61 ..... .... Musician.
Farweel-James............................ '61 ...........
Fennell, James....................... ........................................... Catured at Spottsylvania May 5, '64; died at
Elmira, N. Y., imprisoned Oct., '64.
Ferguson Thomas......................... .... ........................... Shot at Petersburg, Va. Oct., '64; promoted Ser-
Fields, Kin................................. ...... ... April 9, '65 geant.
Flowers. Benjamin......................... Mar. 10 '61...........
Green, D. D....................... ...............April 9, '65
Haddock W illiam ........... ................ '61 ...........
Halln E..............
H all Elij h.................... ....................................... ...........
H arris, W W .................................... ........................ April 9, '65




















146 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company F-5th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Herndon, H ..........................'61....................... Wounded, Chancelloreville May 3, '63.
Herndon, James.............................. May 10, '62 ..................Wounded, Chancellorsville May 3, '63; captured,
Hill, J. A..... '61 April '65 imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Hillhouse, Barton N..................... '61 ........................ Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Hodges. M. W............................ ................ April 0, '65
Horn, Henry M................... ...... 1 ......................
H unter, M iles M C......................... '61 ........................
Hunter. William ....................... '61...........
Jackson, B. F..... ...... .................. April '65
Jackson, Henry S..............................................................
Jackson, James O............................ '61 April 0. '66 Corporal, wounded at Culpepper Court House, Va.
Johns, W. R................................. '61 .............. Aug. 1, '63.
Jones. W illiam J................................ '61 ........................ Sergeant.
K elly, Jam es E .................................. '61 ........................
Kent, James L....... ................ '62 April 9, '65 Wounded at Wilderness, Va. May 6, '64; also at
North Anna River, Va. May 25, '64.
Kendrick, George C............................ April 9, '65 Paroled from hospital.
Lewis, Daniel M...................... '61 ... .......... Sergeant.
Lindsey, Henry F................ ...... March 14, '62 April 9 '65
Lindsey, Wn. A. .......................
Locke, G eorge W .............................. '61 .......................
McCall, Benjamin F......................... '61 April 9, '65 Sergeant; imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
McCullons, Henry.............................. '61 ..
McCullons, Mathew...............'1......... '1 ... ...
Newson, James............................ '61 April 9, '65
Oliver, Alfred.................................... ........... .. April 9. '65
Padgett, Zacariah ........................ '61 ... ........
Paynne, Joseph.................................. '61...
Purviance, John S................................................ April 9. '65
Rawles. A....................................... '61.................... Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Register, C. A......................................................... April '65 Captured and imprisoned at Elmira, N. Y. until
close of war.
Revels, Henry................................. May '62 ........................ Discharged Dec. '64; disease.
Robinson, William.................................. ........ April 9, '65
Roebuck. James H.................................. Musician.
Royal, Alex..... ................... ay '62 .............. Wounded at Gettysburg, Pa. July 3, '63; imprison-
Rudd, William A............................ ............. ed at Fort Delaware.
Sanders, Joel................................ '61 April 9, '65
ladderss, Wn. M .......... Wounded at Sharpsburg, Va.
Shands, William A.................... ..... '61 ....................... Sergeant.
Shaw W J................................ ..... '61 ........................
Sharpe, Charles W .................. ......... '61 .... ................
Shiver. James A.............................. '61 ..... ............ Corporal.
Simpson, Aaron.............................. '61 ..................
Simspon, Elijah M............................ '61.......
Simpson, Henry................................................... April 9 '65 Wounded at Gettysburg, Pa.
Sim pson, Jam es...................... .......... ........... ........
Sistrunk, Henry E........... ..... 61 ....................
Sistrunk, William E........................ '61 April 9, '65
Sloan, Isaac..................................... '61 .......................
Sm ith, O wen C.............................. '61 ........................
Smith, William Wilder..................... '61April 9, '65
Smith, William Willoughby.......... '61...........
Swilly, Reason A..... ................... 61......
Taylor, Alexander.....61 ... ........... Killed at Chancellorsville May 3, '63.
Taylor, Jerry B.................................. '61 April 9, '65
Taylor, Lanban J.............................. 61
Taylor, Lewis.......... ........................ '61 ....... ...........
Taylor, N athaniel.............................. '61 .......................
Thompson, William J................... '61 ..................
Tyre, Nathaniel.................................. '61...........
Umstead, John W............. .... ...... .................Furloughed and dice while at home in '64.
W ebb, John................................ '61 ......... ............
Wide. Edwin F.............................. ............ April 9, '65
W illiam s, Alfred ....................................................... April 9, '65
W illiam s. David........ .................. '61 ....................
Yates, J.................................. '61 ............ wounded, Chancellorsville May 3, '63.
Zipperer, Solomon E.............. .... '61 ..... ............
Ziperer. Stephen G.................6...........1. ........ .......... I_


Roll Company G-5th Florida Infantry.

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
CaPl J. Bailey ................................. Wounded at Gettysburg July 3,'63; died in prison.
George D. Raysor........ '62 April 9. '65 1st Lieutenant, promoted Captain '63.
Ist Lieutenant-
George R, Walker .............. ................... Mortally wounded at Gettysburg July 3. '63.



















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 147


Roll Company G-5th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED USTERIED
NAMES. IN. OUT. R EMARKS.

2nd Lieutenant-
l Alexander Gill................................................... ............... Died in Petersburg, Va.
3rd Lieutenant-
John W ood............................................................ .................. Deserted to the enemy.
ENLISTED MEN.
Abbott, William W............... Oct. 1. '01 April 9, '65
Albritton, Jasper B........... ....... ... ... ..
Arnold, Dawson W.....................'2 .. ......
Arnold, Edmond I...... .............. '62 .......
Arnold, Francis M...................... '62 .... .....
Arnold, Robert H...................... 6.2 April 9, 65
Ayers, Ira...................... ......... ..... ... Killed at Sharpsburg Md. Sept. 17, '62.
Ayers, John H... .. .... ;........ ......................
Baker, Montford I..... ............... .................
Bannerman, C. W............................: ar. 3,62 ............ Wounded at Wilderness Va. ; promoted 1st Ser-
geant and Sergeant-Major.
Baugh, John... ..... Oc. '61 .................... Killed t Gettysburg July 2, '63.
Baysor, EdTgr H .......... .......... .... ............Sergeant.
B easley. C ...................................... ................................................
B ellinger, W illiam ................ ......... .................
Bllingsley, H. C.... ....................... April 9,
Bishop, ..... ........ ...................................... Killed at Sharpsburg Md. Sept. 17, '62.
Bishop, ElijahK d at ..h...ar ................. .. ..................... Killed at Sharpsburg Md. Sept. 17, '62.
B ishop, E ..................................... ........................ ........................
Bashop, George D..... ..... ..............
Bishop, Hilary........................... Mar. 4, April 9, '65 Wounded at Sharpsburg, Md., at Cold Harbor and
at Petersburg, Va.
Blackburn, Joseph E. .... .. ........ ............................ Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Bolen, W. E .... ......................................... Corporal; wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63.
Boseman, S. A ....................................... ..............
Brooker, John H .......... .'62..
Brooks, John ......... ....... April I, '65 Wounded at Wilderness, Va., promoted Corpora.
Brown, William H. ....................... April 9, '65
Bryant, James.... ......... .... April 9, '65 Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '03; and left on
Carroll, John M ................... ........... ........ ....field.
Carroll, W illiam J.............................. .................. April 9, 65
Clarke, John M....................... ........................ ........................ Discharged, '64; disability.
Childers, L. J ..... ..... Dec. '61 April 9, '65 Wounded severely at Wilderness, Va. May 6, '64.
Clarke, John M........ ........... .64 Discharged for disability.
Cole, G W ........ .. ..O 1 ........... Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Cole, W. J ....... ........................ ... ....... Wounded at the Wilderness, Va. May 6 '64; and
Cribb, Austen 8 ......................... .. ........ *........died from wound at Charlottsville May 24, '64,
Crosby, Marider..... ... ... ............. and buried in the Cemetery of the University of
Crosby, Thomas W .. ................................. April 9. '65 Virginia.
Denmark, Jasper ..................................................................... Appointed Corporal; '62.
D enm ark, N ...................................... ........................ April 9, 65
Dice, George..... ................ ................. Lost right arm at Gettysburg, Pa. July 2, '63.
Duncan, James.............Mar. '62 April 9'9,65 Killed at Wilderness.
Earnet, James M............................ ................ ........... ....... sergeant; discharged '64, disability.
Fagoet. John M ................................................ .......... ........ Musician.
Freman, John ........... ............... ............ Appointed Corporal, '61; died in service.
Freman, Thomas J......... .......... ..... April 9. '65
Granger, Irvin A..................... Mar 8'2 April 9, '65 Shot at Sharpsburg, Md. Sept. 17, '62.
Grantham, D. P....... ............................
Gray J. J ........................... ............................ April 9, '65
Grubbs, Samuel G..................... '62 April 9 '65
Hamrick, D. J........ .......... Nov. '................. Paroled, May '65.
Hamrick, J. M ......................... .. ....... April 9, 65
Hamrick. W. A ...... ......... April 9, '65 Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Hawin, James T.......................... ... .......... ..............
Hightower, Jesse........... ...................
Hitower, Richard B.................. May '62 April 9 6 Discharged from Fortress Monroe.
H ill, W illiam ................. "'. ..........
Huggins, George........................ Mar 10, '5 .......
Huggins. Thomas.................... Mar. 10, '63 ........................ Discharged at Tallahassee, Fla.. disability caused
by measles.
ohns, James M.......... ....... Sept. '61.............. Killed in battle of Sharpsburg, Md. Sept. 17, '62.
ohnson, Duncan........ ...... May '61 April 9, '65
Johnson, James P...... ................................................
Johnson, Joseph W .................................... ................
Johnson, Samuel N......................... ............................ Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Johnson, S. W......................................................
Jones Saborn.......................... April '61 April 9, '65
K ailey, Jam es.................................... ................... ......................
King, A .........................................
King, John J ..... .... ........ April '65 Wounded at Sharpsburg, Md. Sept. 17, '62.
Kinsey, William A......................... Dec. 61 April 9, '65
Lacy. Archibald...... ......... Discharged Oct. 15. '62; disability.
Lan, Lemuel..... ....................... ...... ..... Wounded at Gettysburg July 3. '63.
Lamer, Clem.......................... ......... April 9, '65
Lanier. M. P. B....... ............... ..... .... April 9, '65
LeRoy A........ ......................................... ... April 9, 65
Lightsey, Archibald................................. .... April 9, '65



















148 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company G-5th Florida Infantry.
(CONTliNED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Lindsay. W. A. .......................... ....... April 9, '65
Livingston, John S............................ .......................... Corporal.
Long, L.............................................. Oct. '61 ..... ............W wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63.
McLean, John.........................................................................................
McMullen. John........................ ...........................................
Milton James...... ... ......Oct '61 ..................... Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Morris, h1 ..... .......................... .. ..... April 9, '65 Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Pollard, John......... ....... ............... .... .........
Poppell, George................................ ................................................ -
Poppell, H. )D .. ....................................................... .. ;- .- t ""
Poppell, John W.................................... ..... April 9, '5 Transferred, h~attaon Cavalry; died from disease
in Camp Jackson, Fla. Dec. 25, '62.
Poppell, Pharoah... ...............................in Camp Jackson, F..a. Dec. 25, '2.
Raynolds, George W ........................ ................... .... Corporal.
R eese, D rew W ...... ................................. ........ .... .........
Reichert, J. 1)............................ .... April '65
Reichert, J. T ........ ..... .... April 9, '05 Promoted Sergeant.
Richards, William ...... ........................ Corporal, promoted Sergeant; deserted.
Richardson, W. M......... ....................... April 0, '65
Roach, Charles W ...................... Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Roach, George W ..... ..... ............... .......................
Roach, James B ..................... .... April 9, '65
Rhodes, N ..... .................... ...........
Robertson, James J..................
Rosser, George D .............. .. ...........
Sattonstall, William ...... ..... ..... ...............
Sealy, D. P............................... .........
Spears, Jam es................................... ............. ..... April 9, '65
Stralin, Alford......................................
Strickland, J. P..... ............. .......... April '65 Wounded, Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Strickland, Nathan W...................... ..... .............. April 9, '65 Promoted Corporal, '64.
Taylor, W B ...................................... ............. ................
Truman, T. J............. .................... April 9, '65
Walker, D. M.......... .................. April 9, '65
Walker, Isham J................................. Mar. 63 April 9, '65
Walker, James A..................................... ............. Promoted 1st Sergeant; discharged '63; for acci-
Walker, John T............................ ....... April '65 dental injury to spine.
Walker. Sittle B........................ .. Wounded at Sharsburg Sept. 17, '62.
Ward K................ .... Oct. '61........................ Wounded, Gettysburg July 3. '63.
Watts, A. J.............................. Feb. '62 April 9, '65 Wounded at Petersburg. Va. '62.
Wheeler, James H.............. ... .. ................
Wheeler. John C............................ ..... April 65
Whitfield, Benjamin.................... ..... June '3 Captured at Reams Station, Va., paroled from
W hitehurst, Absalom................................. ..... .............. prison.
W illie, J. J ..................................... ........................... ....................
Woods, F. M...................................... .... ..... April 9, '65 Shot at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
W oods, Thomas J. .................... ............... ........................
Woods, William M ........................ ........................ April 9, '65 Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Wooten, James T ......... .............. ..................................___ ____


Roll Company H (Liberty Guards)-gth Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED ;
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
William T. Gregory...................... Mar. 10, '62 ..... ......... Wounded at Sharpsburg, Md. Sept. 17 '62; was
furloughed from hospital and reached home
'62; where he died Dec. 18, '62.
James G. Shuler......................... Mar. 10, '62 April 9. '65 Promoted from 3rd Lieutenant to Captain; wound-
ed at Gettysburg July 3. '63; captured and died
on Johnson's Island Dec. 11, '63. Grave 121
1st Lieutenant-
Benjamin F. Wood................... Mar. 10, '62 April 9. '65 Wounded at Gettysburg July 3,'63.
2nd Lieutenants-
William H. Speight.................... Mar. 10, '62 ............Resigned Sept. '62.
Benjamin T. Rich.................... Mar. 10, '62 April '"65 Promoted Lieutenant.
John W. Hosford........................ April 19, '62 April 9 '65 Clerk, promoted 2nd Lieutenant.
3rd Lieutenant-
ENLISTED MEN.
Anglin, Thomas.................. April 1, '6...........
Atkins, Francis M........................... April 19, '62 April 9, '65
Atkins, Samuel N....................... April 19, '62.........
Ayers, David..... .... ..... April 19, '62 ......
Ayers, J. S................. .. April 19, '62 April 9, '65 Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Ayers, John....... ...................... April 19, '62 ..
Ayer, Solomon..... ................ April 19, '62 ..........




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 149


Roll Company H (Liberty Guards)-5th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


NAMES MUSTERED MUSTERED REMARKS.
IN. OUT.
Ayers, Thompson....................... April 1, '62 ......................
Barr, James A................................ April 1, '62 April 9, '65 Wounded at Sharpsburg, Md. Sept. 17, '62.
Barr, Thomas G.............................. May 5, 62 April 9, '65
Batem an, B M ...................................... .............. ............
Bateman, Calvin............................. April 10, '62 ...........
Bateman Wiley W... ...........Mar. 0, '62..............
Beck. William H ...... .... April 19, '62 April 9, '65 Shot at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Bentey, R. M........... .............. ..... ................. April 9, '65
Bird Andrew .... .. .......... April 11, '2 .... ................
B owlin, J.......... ...................... ........................
Bowlin, W .................................. .......... ..........
Branch, Henry...... ....... ..... .....................
Branch, James N............................ April 19, '62 ....................... Wounded at Charlottsville, buried in the cemetery
of the University of Virinia.
Brown, A............................................ Oct. 20, '62 .................. Discharged and re-enlisted m '62; Co. D, 10th Reg.
Brown, John....................................... .....
Bryant, Edward J........... ........... April 62........................
Bryant, George W...................... April 19, '62 April .9, '65 Wounded at Petersburg July 30, '64.
Bryant, John R....... ....................... April '62 April '5 Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Buckhnlter, William...................... Mar. 10, '62 ....................
Burnes, B........................................................
Burnes, Samuel................ .......Mar. 10, '62 April '65
Cannon, James................ ......... ................................................... Im prisoned at Fort Delaware.
Carraway, James D.................... April 19 '62 .................. Sergeant.
Caurdle, John.................................. April 10, '62 ..... ......
Chance, S............... ........... ........ ..........
Chestnut, John.............................. April 1 62 .............
Clark, William B.............................. Mch. 10, '62 April 9, '65
C onner, D .......................................... ....................... ........................
Conner, James............................................. April '65
Crosby. Isham.................................... ................
Davis, Henry.......................... April 1, '62 ..................
Davis, John...........................................
Dillard, John L....................... ..... April 10, '62 ......... .... Corporal; killed in action.
Drlggors, W illam W ........................ ...................... April '65
Dudley, Aaron........................................................ April '65
Dudley, Alexander C...................... ch. 10, '62 ....................
Dudley, Jesse....... ................ April 19, '62 April '65
Durham, William C........................ Mch 10, '62 April '65
Edenfield John.................................. April 1, '62 ...........
Edwards, John W.......................... April 14, '62...........
English. Samuel............................ April 14, '621..... ..............
Ethridge. James............... ....... April 14, '62 ..................
Evans, William L.............................. h. 10, '62............
Ferguson, Alexander M.................... April 19, '62 ................... Corporal; promoted Sergeant.
Fort, Jam es E ................................... '62 ..... ...............
Franklin, Cicero .... .................. April 14, '62 .......................
Glasque, Benjamin ................. April 19. '62 .......................
Glenn, Thomas ...... ............. h. 10, '62 ....... .......... Discharged for disability.
Golden, Osco...................................... '62...................... .
Goodson G. ......... .......a...... n. '6 April 9, '65 Wounded between hips and lower ribs on right side.
Graham, John R. B........................ April 10, '62 ........................ Sergeant; died Nov. 11, '62, at hospital.
Green, John W ................................. Apr 19, 62 .......................
Green, Thomas N ............ ........'6...................
Gwinn, E. H.......................... .......... .. ........... Imprisoned'at:Fort Delaware.
Ragan, George W. B...................... Mar. 13, '62 ......................
.H agan, Henry D.............................. Mar. 13, '62 ...... ..............
- Hawkins, Jaekson-J........................ April 1, '62 April 9, '65
Hawkins, Thomas J................. April 19, '62 April 9, '65 Commissary, promoted 1st Sergeant.
H ents, W illiam ................................. .................. ........................
Herndon W. 8
H erndon, W S......................................................... ................
Holmes, John ............... .......... Mar. 10, '62 April ., '65 Wounded at Cold Harbor June 3,'64.
Holt, John................................... Mar. 10, '62 ...................... Captured at Gettysburg '63; died at Fort Dela-
ware Feb. 25, '64.
Hasford, Robert F...................... Mar. 13, '62 April 0, '65 Promoted Corporal and Sergeant; wounded at
Hosford, Thomas J.............. '6.............. the Wilderness May 6, '64.
Hofsord W illiam H ................................. ....................................... Musician.
H ow ard, A J...... ................................................. ..................
Hudson James R... ...... ..... April 9. '62 ........................ Sergeant; killed at Sharpsburg.
Inm an, B................. ................... ....................
Jackson, T H .................................... ....................... ........................
Johns, Francis M........................ April 10, '62 ....................
Johnson, John W........................... Mar. 13, '62 ..................
Jones, William............................ Mar. 10, '62 ....................
Jordan, T C...................................... .................. ......................
Kelly, James L. R... ............. ...........April 1...
Kirkland, Caleb..................... ................
Lamb, James.............. ........ Apr 19, '62...........
Larkins, G .............................. ..... '62 ..... ...............
L arkins, D earborn......................... ...............................................
Lee, Ichabod............................ .... April 19. '62 ........................ Wounded at Chancellorville, May 4, '63.
Lewis, John W ............. ...... ..... April 19, '62 ..... ...............
Lewis Tim othy...... ..... ................................
Licelt, Lemuel G.................... ...'62 ..........




















IS5 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company H (Liberty Guards)--th Florida Infantry.
(CoNTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Little, Asa...................................... April 19, '62 ..... ..............
Littlefield, John ..... .... ..... April 1 '2 .... ................
McDonald, George L................... April 19, .... ................
M cK night, A C...... .................. ........................ ..............
McPhaul, Neil L............... April 1, '62 April 9, '65
McQuaigge, Daniel...................... '62 ....................... Wounded at Chancellorsville, May 4, '63.
Martin, Aaron................... ......... April 1 62 .....
Mathews, John J.............. ..... April 19, '62 ....... ...... Imprisoned and paroled from Fort Delaware June
10, '65.
Meacham, Joseph........................ April 19, '62 .......... ........ Promoted Sergeant; killed at Chancellorville,
Mercer, J. C...... May 4, '63.
Moore, Edward............ April 19, 62 ..................
Morgan, William... Mar. 10. '62 ..............
Morgan. William W............. ....... April 19 62 ....
Morris, W C ................. ................ .............................Sergeant.
Morris, T. J......................................
Murray, George............. .. .Mar. 10, '62 ...................... Wounded at Chancellorsville, May 4, 63.
Nixon, James N................ .... April 19, '62 ...........
N iel, W H H ................ ........... ....................... ........................
O ats, H .............................. .................. ...............
Owens. H. P................ ...... ....................... April 9, '65
O wens, M ................ ....................... ..... .............
Parker, John .........................'62 April 9, '65
Peacock, John W .......... April. 19, '62 April 9, '65
Peters. H J............... ............... ...................... ..............
Pickett, F .........
Pope, Thomas M................ .......Mar. 10, *62 ...........
Reaves Joseph........................ April 19, '62....
Rhodes, John.... ........................ 1st Sergeant; killed in action.
Rich, John F................. ...; :; Mar. 10, '62 April 9, '65
Ritter, Madison L...................... ril 19, 62 ..............
Robertson, John W.......... .... April 19, '62 ....... ........... Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Rogers, Joseph............. ... April 19, '62...........
Sansom, Bennett T.......................... April 19, '62 April 9, '65
Shuler, William E................ April 19, '62 ....................
Smith, James F................ .......... April 19, '62 ..... ...............
Smith, James W ................... ... '62 .... ................
Sm ith, R R .............................. ... ...................... ...................
Spears, John M............... Ap.................. April 19, 2 .... .....
Spears, W illiam J.............................. April 19, '62 .... ................
Stem ly, D aniel. ......................................
Stone, Shade .......................... April 9, '62 ....... ..... Wounded at Sharpsburg Sept. 17, '62; Cold Har-
Strickland, Fayette......................... Mar. 10. '62.... ......... bor June, '64; and captured, paroled from
Taff, Joseph D........... .............. '62 .... ............ prison July 4, '65.
Teat, A. F........................ pril 19, '62 .........
Thomas, L. Jackson ......... ................... .... Killed at Gettysburg July 3. '63.
Thomas, William A. J..................... Mar. 10, '62 ...............
Vinzant. G. W....................... April 9. '65
Yon, meon ....................... Apri"l9.'2 1 .|...... ..... lst Corporal; transferred to Gregory's Co.; lost
I left leg at Sharpsburg and discharged.


Roll Company I-Sth Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS
Ca tains-
Clamuel A. Spencer .................................................. .Resigned.
James A. Kinlock .. ................ ...1st Lieutenant promoted Captain; killed at the
Wilderness.
John Hill..................................................... April 26, '65 1st Sergeant, promoted let Lieutenant, then
Captain.
ist Lieutenant-
John 0. Morris ............................ .... ........... ....................... 2nd Lieutenant, promoted let Lieutenant.
2nd Lieutenant-
M. B. Swearengen...................... Mar. '62 April 26, '65 Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; wounded at Gettys-
burg July 2, '63 and again at Sharpsburg, Md.
Sept. 17, '62.
3rd LIeutenants-
Willam H. Walker.. ............ .................. ........................ Transferred from 3rd Regiment. Co. D., went out
on reorganization.
George M. Ferguson.......................... ....................... Corporal, promoted 3rd Lieutenant; killed In
action.
Anderson Peeler........................................ .............. Promoted 3rd Lieutenant.
ENLISTED MEN.
Allen, J. M...... ................................... April 26, '6
Allen, Leroy... ........... ......... .... April 20, '65





















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 151


Roll Company I--th Flor'da Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Alligood, C. .................................................. April 26, '65
Anderson, William H................
Ashley, John B. L...... ........................................
Ashmore, Robert W.......................... ay '62 April 26, '65 Wounded, Jul 3, '63.
Barrs, James M................................ July '63April 26, '65 Wounded at Gettysburg July 2 '63.
B artleote, John.... ..................... .. ....................... ........................
Benton, W illiam N............................ ........................ April 26, '65
Blitchington, W illiam ................... ........................ .......................
Brasswell, Henry H............ ............... April 26, 65
Brombly Bennet......
Brown, William......
Bryan, J. L............... ..........................................
Butler, Daniel ......................... .............. ........................
Butler Green B.....................................
Bird, Alexander..................... ................
Calaghan, Charles...... ............. .........................................
Calaghan, Thomas..........................................
Campbell, W.. ............................ .... Wounded at Bristow Station Oct. 14, '63.
Carter, Jesse........... ............................................. ........................
Colem an, John...... ...................................... ........................
Condelary, Peter............................................................. Killed atPetersburg Va. July 4 '64.
Condelary William.......................... '62 ....... .... Killed in front of Petersburg. Va. '64.
Cox, James C ....... .................. .... .. .................... Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Crowson, Moses....... ........................ .....................
Curry, Joseph..................... .................. ........
Davis, A. P...... .......... .... ...................
D avis, Levi........................................ ................... .......................
D avidson, Jam es............................... ............ ............ ............. ...
D eas, John ........................................ .................... ......................
Dudley, Milton... .............................. ............... .......
Ellis, William R. L.. ........ ......... .........................
E banks, John.................................. ................. .......................
Evers, Henry A...... ..........
Faircloth, Joshua........................ April 2, '6 Transferred from 3rd Reg. torCo. D.
Faircloth. Richard....... ...................................................... Promoted 1st Sergeant.
Farr, William L....... ........... .......... ..
Fountaine, Green.......... .....................
Fuquay, Cornelius............................ ....................... ..........
Fuquay, George M ...... ..... .... ........................................
Gilchrist. James M .......................... ................... .................
G rant, Philip G ...... ....................................... .....................
Grant, Washington.............................................. ............. Died at Charlottsville and buried in the cemetery
of the University of Virginia.
Homer, I. A...................... .. ......... .............. .................... Killed at Bristow Station Oct. 14, '63.
Jenkins, Joseph....................................................
Johnson, H ugh.................................. ... ....... ............. .
Langston, Jesse................. .................. Sergeant transferred from Co. D. 3rd Regiment.
Langeton, William I............ ....................................... Transferred from Co. D. 3rd Regiment.
Lewis Jesse...................... ................
Lohner John P................................. ....................... ..................
M cCarthy, John T........... ........................................................... Sergeant.
McKinnon, John I...... ....... ........... .........
M cSwain, Charles...................................................... ............
M arion, Joseph............................. .......................
Munson, A. G...................................... ..... April 6, '65
Murray, John.................................... ........................ .................. Discharged June 1, '62 for disability; re-enlisted
Norton, William...... ......... .................. .............. in Engineer Corps and wounded at Olustee
Pedworth, David......... .............................. ........... Feb. '64.
Raulerson, James T............................................ .............. Corporal.
Raulerson, William........ .......................... .......... Wounded, Bristow Station Oct. 14, '63.
Remington, A. H.............................. .... Sergeant.
Revell, .................................................................................. Captured, imprisoned at Fortress Monroe; paroled
May 6, '65.
Revell, Blsney E............................. Mar. 1, '62 April 28, '65 Wounded at the Wilderness May, '64 and died
May 9, '65.
Richardson, Sol. B ................... ....................... ............. Wounded and lost right leg at Sharpsburg Sept. 17,
'62 and discharged.
Roath, Clifford D ........................... ........................ April 26, '65 Wounded at Gettysburg July 2, '63.
Robertson, Benjamin F................ ........................... ......
R onalds, H iram ................................ ........................ ........................
Sealey, Jesse........ .... ........................ .......................
Stanford, Eli I........ ....................... April 26, 65
Stanford, J. H ........ ...................... April 26, '65
Stevens, W illiam H .......................................... ..................
Stew art, W iley.................................. ............................................
Sweat, James G....... ............................................... Corporal; died at Charlottsville and buried in the
Thomas, Daniel J........................ ................................................... cemetery of the University of Virginia.
Thomas, John C..................................... ...................
Toole, J. J........... .................. Feb. '62 ........................ Died in hospital at Richmond,Va. of disease, June
Tucker, Charles P...... ..... .... ................... ..................... '64.
Van Brunt, Francis 8................................ .... April 26, '65 Transferred to Co. F. 20th Ga. Cavalry; shot at
West, George H................................ .................... Hall's Shop, Va. June 1, '64.
Wrede, E, F........................ ..... ... April 2, '6
Wood, William ..................... .......... ................


















T52 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company K (Dixie Yeomen)-5th Florida Infantry.



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains--
Richmond N. Gardner........... ...............................................Lost left arm at Gettysburg July 2, '83.
James B. Conner.................................................. ........................ Corporal, promoted 3rd Lieutenant then Captain.
ist Lieutenant-
Joel C. Blake...... ........................ ............. Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
2nd Lieutenant-
Junius L. Taylor......................... ..............................................
3rd Lieutenant-
W. R. Blake ................................................... .................... Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; resigned Mar. 17. '63.
ENLISTED MEN.
Atkins, Robert R............................................ ..... April 9 '65 Severly wounded at the Wilderness May '4.
Aldridge, Richard M...... .................... April 9 65
Aldridge, Thomas.................................. April 9, '65
Austin, Benjamin............. ... ...... April 9, '65
Austin, John C..... ....... ...... ... April 9, '65 Corporal.
Averitt, Jesse Jr........... ................... ........ Sergeant; killed at the Wilderness.
Averitt, Walter H............................ Mar. 30, '62 ........... ....... Lost left arm at Gettysburg July 2, '63 and dischar-
ged.
Baggett, M. W.................................................. April '65 Wounded at Gettysburg July 2. '63.
Berry, A. F...... ............ ............ April 9, '65 Wounded at Gettysburg July 3. '63.
Blake, Isham M...... ....... April '62 April 9, '65 Transferred from 5th Regiment to Companys B.,
let Cavalry, Captain of sad Company shotBat
Sharpsburg. Md. Sept. 17, '62; also wounded;at
Dalton Ga. while Captain of Company B.
Boles, W illiam D..................... ...... ........................ Died in service.
Bond, Walter L................ .... ...... April 9, '65
Branch, Henry E..... .... ..... April 9, '65
Bradford, John........... .. .. ..... Discharged.
Brown. George T.............. ............... Feb. 20, '62....... .... Wounded at the Wilderness, Va. May 6, '64 and
discharged for injuries, June, '64
Brown, Jeff................................. ..... ...................... Furnished substitute.
Brown, John H.................................... .... ........... ... Furnished substitute.
Bryan, William H...... ............................. April 9, '65
Burney, John T.. ...... ....... .....................
Burney. Willis P........................................ ........ April 9 65 Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, and Gettys-
burg July 2, '63.
Caldwell, Rober ....... ..................... ........ ...................... Deserted.
Carr. Charles H.............. .............. ........ Sergeant, died in service.
Carter, M..... .............. .. .. ........................
Cay. Thomas...... ............ ............... April 9. '65
Clark, E. W..................... April 9, '65 Promoted Sergeant.
Clark. John Wesley ............Feb 20 '62................... Paroled from Fort Delaware.
Clark, W illiam P............................. ........................ ........................ Deserted at Petersburg.
Cromartie John A.................... ............................. Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Davis, William W...... ..................... April 9, '65 Sergeant.
DeVaughn, Felix K ..... ........... ...... April 9. 65 Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
elkel, Daniel C.................. ..... April 9, '65 Wounded at Gettysburg July 2, '63.
Felkel, John Y...... ......... ............ ............ Discharged.
Felkel. Wade ................... ............... .. ....... ..... Died in service.
Felkel. Wesley R................... ..................... ............ Killed at Sharpsburg Sept. 17, '63.
Ferrill, Gabriel...... ..... .......... .................... ..... Killed.
Fleming, George A............................ ........................ April 9, '65
Fletcher, J. P................................ ........................ ..................... Deserted at Petersburg.
Folsom Israel................................... ........................ April 9, '05
Folsom, W. T.......................... May '63 April 9 '65
Gaskins, William.................................................. ........................ Wounded at Sharpsburg Sept. 17, '63 and died.
Grace, Ben...... ............... ........................ ........................ Killed.
Grace, Jordan F............. ........................ Died in service.
Grace, Glenn...... ....... ............... April 9, '6 Sergeant
Gramling, Irwin.......... ............... April 9, '65
Gramling, John L.............................. .................................... Wounded and captured at Gettysburg July 2, '3,
paroled from Fort Delaware at close of war.
Gramling. J. W... ........................................ April 9 '65 Wounded at Gettysburg July 4, '63.
Gramling, Wilber W.........................................April 9, '
Gray, Jackson J...... ............ .......... ...................
Gray, William H........ ...Mar 11 '62 ....... .... Discharged June 15, '62; for disability re-enlisted
Hammet. Radford...................... ........ April 9, '65 on Gun Boat Spray and paroled at close of war.
Harrod. Jacob.............................................................. Killed at Cold Harbor.
Hines, J. W............................................. ...... April 9, '65
Hinson J....... Killed.
Isler, Thomas J.............................. ... ...... April 9 '5 Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Isler, Nathaniel............ ............. ............ .......... Died in service.
Jeffcoat, George W......................... Oct. '61 April 9, '65 Shot at Reams Station June 23, '64.
enkins, James H........................ ........................ April 9, '65 Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
John, Daniel S...................................................... Died in Richmond.
Joiner, Joseph R................................................... april 9, '6 Musician.
Lastinger, E. ................................................. ........... April 9, '65
Leger, Hamilton... ................... ..... April 9, '6
Lewis Willis...... ............... .............. .... Died.
Lipscomb, Edward P............ ...................... .. .. Wounded at Atleas Station and died.
Lynch, James F................................ ..... .......... April '65
Mazingo, John............... ..................... .........Dischared.
Merritt, J. W ............................................................. ............. .... W wounded at BristowStation Oct. 15, '63.








































SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 153


Roll Company K (Dixie Yeomen)-5th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED UUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMAjLE.

Montford, Thomas............................ ................. Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Nash, John W.................. ................................. April '6Transferred to Western Army and made Captain
of Co. 1; wounded at Gettysburg July 2, '63.
Perkins, John H....... ............................................... Discharged for disability, fall of '64.
Perkins, William.......................... .......... .................. Furnished a substitute.
Puller, Mallard L............ ........ .................. Musician; discharged.
Peagan, A .......................................... ........................ ........................K illed.
Shine, Thomas W................. ..... April 9, '65 1st Sergeant; wounded at Gettysburg July 4, '63.
Shores, Franklin I...... ..... ....... .... April 9, '65 Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Snipes, William M. D........t............. ...........April 9, '65 Wounded at the Wilderness.
Strickland, William L...................... ................... April 9, '65
Stringer, Daniel F............................ ................... April 9, '65
Sweatman, F. M................................ ................... April 9, '65 Corporal.
Thompson, A............... .............. ...............
Walker, Benjamin F................................................................... Corporal; imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Wheeler, A. H................... ................. ....... ........................ Wounded at Gettysburg July 2, '63 and died.
Wilford, John H...... ... .........Feb. 20, '62 April 9, '65
W illis, Patrick.......................................................... .......... Died.
W illis, Robert M........................... .......... .......... Died.
Zeigler, Vann.......... ...............








EIGHTH FLORIDA INFANTRY.

The 8th Regiment of Infantry was mustered into the Con'ederate service
in May, 1862, with R. F. Floyd as Colonel; John M. Pons as Lieutenant-Col-
onel, and W. I. Turner as Major. With the following companies commanded
by Captains, Burrel A. Bobo, Co. A; R. A. Waller, Co. B David Lang, Co.
C; William Baya, Co. D: Thomas E. Clarke. Co. E; Felix Simmons, Co. F;
J. C. Stewart, Co. G; Jam's Tucker, Co. H; John M. Pons Co. I; Frederick
Worth, Co. K. Shortly after the organizat on of the Reg ment it was ordered

to Virginia where it joined the 2nd and with that Regiment and the 5th, fought
in the Second Battle of Manassas, August 30, 1862, where, as General Prior
reported: "The 5th and 8th Florida Regiments, though never under fire
before, exhibited the cool and collected courage of veterans." Crossing the
Potomac near Leesburg, early in September, the Brigade, which consisted of
the 2nd, 5th and 8th Florida, 12th Virginia and I4th Alabama, marched
through Frederick City, over South Mountain into Pleasant Valley, and par-
ticipated in the investment and capture of the Federal forces at Harper's
Ferry, thence they hurried to the field of Sharpsburg, September 17, where
they shared the service of R. H. Anderson's division in that battle. In this
engagement Colonel Hateley and Lieutenant-Colonel Lamar, of the 5th, were
wounded; the former so severely that he retired from service. On the return
of the army to Virginia, the 8th Regiment was brigaded with the other Florida
regIments under command of E. A. Perry, who had been promoted to Briga-
dier-General. The Brigade remained in R. H. Anderson's division, in Long-
street's corps, until after Chancellorsville, when it became a part of Ambrose
P. Hill's corps. At Fredericksburg December II, 1862, the 8th Regiment,
under command of Captain David Lang, went to the support of the two Mis-
sissippi Regiments under Barksdale, at the river where the Federals were
endeavoring to lay their bridges. In General McClellan's report he says:
"It (the 8th) acted gallantly and did good service." Toward noon Captain
Lang was severely wounded, and Capt. Thomas R. Love, of Co. B, took com-
mand, and the position although very much exposed was maintained until
they were ordered back at 4 p. m. A detachment of three companies under
Captain Baya were also engaged, and he and Lieut. H. C. Simmons and 20
men were captured. The companies under Captain Lang lost 7 killed and 24
wounded. During the early par: of the Chancellorsville campaign Perry was
on duty near Fredericksburg; May 2, 1863, the Brigade, after an exhausting
march and skirmishing, rejoined the Division in time to march to the Fur-
nace at daylight on May 3. They took part in the gallant fighting of May 3
and 4, and General Anderson in his report paid a special tribute to "Briga-
.dier-General Perry and his heroic little band of Floridians who showed a
courage as intrepid as that of any others in their assault upon the enemy in
his entrenchment on the third and in their subsequent advance on Chancellors-
ville." In General Perry's report he says: "The conduct of both officers
and men of my command through the tiresome marches and continued watch-
ing, as well as while engaging the enemy, was such as to meet high praise. The
firm and steadfast courage exhibited, especially by the 5th and 2nd Florida
Regiments in charge at Chancellorsville, attracted my particular attention."
The General especially noted the services of Capt. W. E. McCassland, H; F.
Riley, Lieut. D. B. Taylor, Lieut. William Scott, Maj. T. C. Elder and Ma;. D.
W. H nkle, Staff officers and volunteer a des. The 8th lost II killed and 35
wounded. Among the latter were Capt. B. F. Whitner, Lieuts. J. M. Nelson
and T. S. Armestead. The 2nd lost 3 killed, include ng Adj. Woody F. Butler,
and 29 wounded; and the 5th lost 6 killed and 22 wounded, among the latter
Maj. B. F. Davis.
At the battle of Gettysburg the Brigade was commanded by David Lang,














188 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.

of the 8th, the heroic fighter of Fredericksburg, who had been promoted to
Colonel (promoted September 18, 1862), General Perry being disabled by
typhoid fever.
General Lang in his report of the battle of Gettysburg said: "Since the
battle I have had no staff at all except David Wilson. The Adjutant of the
8th has been acting for me. There are now but 22 line officers and 233 enlisted
men for duty in the Brigade. Our loss has been-455, aggregate killed, wounded
and missing. I th'nk that a large number of missing are men who have been
captured unhurt-, as there were a large number of men who were exhausted
by the rapidity with which the first charge was made, who were unable to
keep up on the retreat."
In the battle of Fredericksburg the 8th lost their colors; the Color-bearer
and the entire color guard of the 8th were killed or wounded and their colors
left on the field. Owing to the fact that several colors of -other Br gades
fell back with the Florida Brigade, the 8th did not miss their colors until after
it was too late to secure them. During the night a Federal Lieutenant of
artillery, whose command had been moved up to the position, was examining
the ground 'n front of them, discovered two pieces of artillery belonging to a
Federal battery. In moving these pieces, which owing to the proximity of the
Confederate line had to be done by hand, Sergeant Horen, of the 72nd New
York Vo'unteers, picked up the flag of the 8th from where it lay on the ground
by the dead Color-bearer.
Colonel Lang in this report mentions the fact that the 2nd Regiment also
lost its colors and the greater part of its men. The flag of the 2nd was a silk
one presented by the ladies; it was the Confederate battle flag with this ex-
ception-the intersection of the cross in the center of the flag was surrounded
by a golden sun-burst.,
In the Gettysburg fight the 5th Florida lost 17 killed and 76 wounded;
among the killed were Capt. John Frink, and Lieuts. J. A. Jenkins and J. C.
Blake; among the wounded, Capts. William Bailey and R. N. Gardner, Lieuts.
G. L. Odum, J. C. Shaw and George Walker. The 2nd lost II killed and 70
wounded. The 8th 5 killed and 65 wounded. Among the wounded were
Capts. T. R. Love, J. Mizell and T. B. Livingston; Lieuts. Hecter Bruce, W.
W. Wilson, E. J. Dismukes, John Malone, F. M. Bryan and T. W. Givens.
At the battle of Bristow Station, October 14, 1863, the Brigade was con-
spiciously engaged, loosing a considerable number killed and wounded; among
the latter Lieutenant-Colonel William Baya, commanding Regiment, and
Sergeant Major Amow of the 8th Regiment.
In the campaign of the Wilderness May, 1864, the Florida Brigade lost
250 men. Among the wounded, was General Perry, who was compelled on
that account to retire from service. In the campaign of 1864, which followed
that of the Wilderness, the old Brigade continued to add.to its laurels. After
General Perry retired Colonel Lang again became the Brigade commander and
remained such until the remnant of Perry's Brigade was consolidated with
Finnegan's Brigade about June I, 1864; from that time until the surrender
the Florida Brigade was known as Finnegan's Brigade. The story of the ser-
vice of the 2nd, 5th and 8th, Perry's Brigade, is so closely interwoven that the



















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story of one is practically the story of them all; they differ in details only.
For this reason the story of the 8th has been made fuller that it might take
in its gallant compatriots, who wrote the name of Florida high up on a scroll
of fame and in characters that can only fade when time shall cease to be. At
Appomattox the 2nd Florida surrendered 9 officers and 59 men; the 5th Flor-
ida 6 officers and 47 men; the 8th 4 officers and 28 men. This record needs
nothing added to tell the world the gallantry of the men who marched under
Florida's standard.


Roll, Field and Staff-8th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Colonels-
Richard F. Floyd............ Ma '.............. ay 62........................ Resigned on account of ill health.
David Lang ................................. May '62 April ,9, '65 Captain Co. C; promoted Colonel September 17
Lieutenant-Colonels- '62.
John M. Pons............... May '62 ............ Resigned.
William Bay.............................Ma '62 April 9, '65 Wounded, Bristow Station October, '63.
Wiliam J. Turner........ .... May ................................ Resigned. '62.
Thomas E. Clark........................ May '62 April 9, '65
8urgeon-
SP. Daniel......... ................. May '62 April 9. '65
Assistant Surgeons
Theodore West.......................... May '62 April 9, '65
Du P. Hooper............................... ........................ ........ ............. Died while on duty at Fredericksburg December
Adjutant- 12, '63.
ist Lieut. B. F. Simmons........... May '62 April 9, '65
Sergeant-Major--
E. P. D ism ukes ..................................................... ........................
Quartermaster-
Capt. J. T. Bernard.............. May '62 April 9, '65
Commissary-
Capt. H. T. Baya......................... May 62 April 9, '65
Quartermaster-Sergeant-
Samuel C. Woodbury.................. May '62 April 9, '65
Commissary-Sergeant-
Kaul ................... ........................................
Chaplain-
B I. Johnson................................... ............... .......................
Hospital Steward-
Ordnance Sergeant-
R. H. Randolph...... ........................... ............


Roll Company A-8th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
N.AMs. I. OUT. RaB ARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captain-
Purwell A. Bobo............... ....................... ........ Cashiered for cowardice on November 11, '62.
lst Lieutenant-
James M. Robinson..... .................................................. Deserted, August 10, '62.
a2d Lieutenants-
Charles S. Livingston.......................................... ........................ Resigned. October 15, '62.
I. M. Nelson.................. .. May 8, '62 ..................... Wounded at Gettysburg, July 3, '63; resigned.
N. M. Redding............................ May 8. '62 ....... ...Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; November 22, '62;
killed at N. Anna Road, May, '64.
3rd Lieutenant-
ENLISTED MEN.
Albritton. Jasper...... ......................................................... Died at Charlottsville buried in the Cemetery of
the University of Virginia.
Albritton, Joseph...................................................... ........................ Deserted. Novem ber 1, '62.
Allmans. Aug. C ....... ....................... ............ ............
Almans, John E........................................... ........ ...
Allmans. J. A...... ... ........... ...........................
Allmans, M. G...... ........... ............... ............. Promoted Corporal.
Allmans, William H........................................ ..................'Promoted Sergeant imprisoned at Fort Delaware
Barington, 8.......... ............ .................. ....... Wounded at Gettysburg. July 3, '63.
Bishop. Berry...... ......... May 8, '62 ........................ Deserted at Thomasville. '62.
B ishop, E li..... ............ ............ ........................
Black. N. G.................. .................. ............ .......... I




















190 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company A-8th Florida Infantry.
(COxmTmzD.)

MUBTERED ) MUSTZEED
NAMES. IN. OUT. RE11AlEIS.

Boatwright, Benjamin...................... May 8, '62 .... ................
Boatwright, John W.................May 8, '62 ...........
Brown, J. A. M ..............................................
Bryant, Francis M......... ..... May 8, '62 ...................... Wounded at Gettysburg, July 3, '63.
Cam pbell, W illiam ..............................................
Cason, David............................ ......... Day 8, '62 ..... Deserted at Camp Leon, July 16, '62.
Cattell, William I..... .... ........... May 8, '2 ....... ........... Deserted June 1, '62.
Clement J. ..... ... ............. April 9, '65
Clyatt, W illiam H .......................................................... .........
Coker, James .............: :....... May 8, '62 .... ......... Deserted May 25, '62 from Station 5.
Coaker, L. A............ ..... May 8, 62 ..................... Deserted May 25. '62 from Station 5.
Coaker, W illiam P.................................................................... Deserted May 25, '62 from Station 5.
Corrine, David.................... ay 8, '62 ................... Wounded at Chancellorsville. May 4, '63.
Corrine. W. W.......................May 8, '62 .. ......... Unaccounted for, October, '62.
Crawley, George W....... ..... ay 8, '62 April 9, '65 Paroled from Elmira prison, N. Y.
Douglass, Joseph............ ......... ay 8, '62 ...... ...........
Levi. Drawdy.....................M. may 8, '62 ............
Drigers, Dennis..................... ay 8, '62 ............... Deserted at Camp Leon, June 30, '62.
)riggers Jam es .....................M...... ay 8, ........................
Digger, William........ ............................... WoWounded at Chancellorsville, May 4, '63; unac-
Edwards, W. W.... May 8, .................Ma....... counted for, October 30, '62.
English, R ......... ...................-...... ........................
Eey, Joseph H.... ................... May 8, '62 ....... ..... Wounded at 2nd Manassas, August 30, '62 and
disabled; re-enlisted August 20, '63; Company F
5th Battalion, Captain A. J. Dozier.
Flitch, Jacob ................. ........... ay 8, '62 ..... .......... Unaccounted for, October 30. '62.
Fletcher, John.............. .............. May '62 ...............
Feidlin J. N........... .....May 8, '62.... .... Sergeant; wounded at Fredericksburg, December
Futch, A. J .............. ............May 8, '62........ .. 13, '62.
Futch, John E............ ay 8, '62 ........ y................ Deserted at Camp Leon, June 30, '62.
Galloway, J. T.................................. May 8, '62..... .. .......
Goodman, Robert............................. May 8, '62 Unaccounted for.
Goff, W. ................. May 10, '62 ..... ........... 1st Sergeant; transferred to Company K, 5th Regi-
Grant, John H........... ...May 10, '62 April 9, '65 ment, January 1, '63.
H all, Elishua......... ................ .... ... ....................
H odges. L. A...... ..... ... ay 8, '62 .... ................
Hoolsclough, D. C.... ........... ay 8, 62 ............
Horrell, David R........... ............ ay 8, '62 ... ..........
Hurts, Thomas F......................... May 8, '2 ........
ones, John ............... .................. ............ ........
ordan, T. L......... .............. .... Wounded by accident, discharged October 15. at
Jywes J P ....................... ...... ... ............ ........... Culepper.
Kene N ........... ..... Nov. 8, '62 ................ Died October 10, at Winchester.
Kin, Elisha'.'.'.. ............. ..........Deserted at Camp Leon, June 30, '62.
Lam Thadeu- s .. ... ....
Lam V. W................. Nov. 8 '62...........
Lassiter, C...................... ... Nov. 8. '62 April 9. '65
Lewis, James P ........................... Nov. 8, '62 .... .............
L,isle, A. J ........ ................... Nov. 8. '62....
Long, John H.......................... o 8 '62 .. Died September 7, at Gordonville.
Long, Leonard.... ... ..... Nov. 8, '62 ........... Corporal; deserted October 1, '62.
Lyon, J. P. ....... ... ..... Nov. 8, '62.... ...Shot at the Wilderness, May 4, '64.
McDowell, John ...............Nov. 8, '62 ..........
Mclnnis, James.............. Nov 8 '62 .... .... Promoted Corporal; deserted November 1, '62.
McClamma, William R.............. ............ ....... Promoted Sergeant; deserted November 11 '62.
Mathis, D. ....................... Nov. 8, '62 April '65
Mickler P. T................. Nov. 8, '62 April 9, '65
Miller, C........ Nov. 8, '62 ................... Discharged August 23, from Richmond.
Miller, Jacob .................. May 8, '62 .... ................
Mills, James May 8, 2 6...........
Newman, G. C........... ..... .......... April 9, '65 Promoted 1st Sergeant; lost right leg by accident
Newman Pat ................... .. May 8 '62 ................. R. after war.
Newman W. H ................................. My 15, '62 April 9, '65 Promoted Corporal; shot at Gettysbrg July 3, '63.
Outlaw, B ............... .... May 8, '62 April 0, '65
Owen, W J............ ...................... April 9, '65
Parnell, J................................... ..... ........................ 0 Killed at Chancellorsville, May 4, '63.
Pickell. J..... ............. May 8 '62 ....................... Deserted at Tallahassee, July 10, '62.
Pouder, B. F........ ......... ...... ...... April 9, '65
Redding. B. J .................May 8,'62 ................
Ross, 0. B............ ........... May 8 '62 ............ Died in hospital at Richmond, '63.
Ross, J. W .......... ... ...... May 8, '2 ........................ Sergeant.
Sapp, John.................... .....................
Smith W illiam J......... ......... May 8, '62........................
Smith A. Mo....... ..... .... ........................
Strawn, J. L .. ............. ........ May 8 '62.... .......
Strickland, Abner .......................... May 8, '62 ....... ..........
Strickland, William....... ...... May 8, '62 ....... ........ Unaccounted for.
Sullivan, S ............ ... .... May 8, '62 ...... ..... Corporal.
Sullivan, William .......... May 8, '62 ......... ......... Musician, discharged Oct. 15 at Culpepper.
Summers, H. M........ .... May 8, '2 April 9, '65 Paroled from Fort Delaware.
Summers P. P.............. .... .. ......... ...........
Taylor, James ..................... 2nd Se
Thompson, John .......................... ay 8. '2 ......... 2nd Sergeant.





















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 191


Roll Company A-8th Florida Infantry.
S(CoirnrNED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Tina, ................................................ May 8, '62 ................. Wounded at Bristow Station, Va., October 14, '63.
Triblet Eli............................. May 8, 02 ........... Deserted at Thomasville, July, '62.
Tucker, Jam es.................................. ........................ ...................
Watkins, G. W............................ May 8, '62 ....................
Walker, G. W........................
W ebb, W illiam.................................. May 8 '6 ..... ......
Williams, Alfred................................ May 8, 62 April 9, '65 Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware when
paroled.
Williams, R. B......................... May 8, '62 ....... ......... Discharged November 10,
Winn, Joseph.................. May 8, '62 ..............


Roll Company B (Young Guards)-8th Florida Infantry.



MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMXS. IN. OUT. R* MARKS.

OFrFCERS.
Captains-
R. A. Waler................................. ay 10, '62 ....................Killed at Sharpsburg, September 17, '62.
Thomas R. Love................... May ........................t Lieutenant; promoted Captain, September, '62;
killed at Gettysburg, July 3, '63.
mHector Bruce.................................. May 10 '62 April 9, '65 Promoted 1st Lieutenant; then Captain 63,wound-
ed at Fredricksburg, December 13, '62, Gettys-
burg July 3, '63 and captured, imprisoned at
Fort Delaware; escaped and returned to his
1st Lieutenants- command.
John W. Booth.................... May 10, '62 ...................... 2nd Lieutenant, promoted 1st Lieutenant; re-
signed, '62.
W. M. Barrineau..........................May 10, '6....... ......... Promoted 2nd Lieutenant, 1st Lieutenant; wound-
ed at Gettysburg. '63, killed at the Wilderness,
May 6,'64.
2nd Lieutenants-
E. P. Dismukes............................ May 10, '62 ...................... 1st Sergeant, promoted Lieutenant; wounded at
Gettysburg, July 3, '63.
John W. Malone............................ May 10, 62............ .......... Sergeant, promoted 2nd Lieutenant; wounded at
3rd Lieutenants Gettysburg, July 3, '63.
3rd lieutenants-
Thomas W. Brown...................... May 10, '62 ..................
Benjamin E. Russell.............. May 10, '62 April 9, '65 Promoted 3rd Lieutenant.
ENLISTED MEN.
Andrews, F. William...... ............ May 10, '62 ............. Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
A rline, A. W ......................... ........ M ay 10, '62 ........................
Barfield, Levi...... ........................... M ay 10, '62 ..... ...............
Barineau, J. E........... ..... May 10, '2 ....................
Barineau, J. ................ May 10. '62 ........... 1st Sergeant; killed at Cold Harbor, June 3, '64.
Harrinton, ......................... .... May 10, '62 ............... Wounded at Gettysburg, July 3, '63.
Barton, John............ ....... May 10, '02 ........................ Died in Charlottsville, and buried in the Cemetery
of the University of Virginia.
Blan, C............ ............. ay 10, '62 ............. ... Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Bleach, J. T.................. May 10, '62 ....... ......... Wounded at Gettysburg July 2, '63.
Blount, C. W......................... May 10, '62 .............. .... Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Blount, Neil....... ........ ..... May 10, '62 ...................
Boutwell, J. D.................................. May 10, '62..........
Boyd, Wlliam........ ..... May 10, '62 ...... ..... Reported dead October 1, '62.
Bradshaw, J. J..................... ..... May 10, '02 .... .......
Bradshaw, J. M......... ...... May 10, '62 ...........
Bradshaw, S. J........... 10 '2 ........................ Died and buried in the Cemetery of the University
of Virginia.
Bracewell. J. P...... ............... May 10, '62 ................. Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13,'62.
Bradwell A. M...... .....May 10, '62 ....... ..... Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Brock, Abrm.. ....ay 10, '62........................
Brock, J. R......... ............ ..... May 10, '62 .... ................
Brock, Martin............................. May 10, '62 April 9, '65 Wounded and disabled at Petersburg, Va., Sept-
'64; re-enlisted in militia to guard prisoners.
Campbell, J. W............................ May 10, '62 April 9, 64 re-ensted in militia to guard prisoners
Campbell, M. M.............. .... May 10, '62 ........................ Killed at the Wilderness, April 6, '63.
Campbell, William.............. May 10, '62 ........................Promoted Corporal; wounded at Gettysburg July
3, '63; at Bristow Station October 14, '63.
Castillo David......................... ay 10, '62 .... ............Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4. '63.
Castillo, John......................... ..... May 10, '62 ..... ............
Chason, Jonathan.............................. May 10, '62 ..................... Wounded at Gettysburg July 4, '63.
Chester, D. H. C............................... May 10, '62 .... .......
Collins Ben C................................... May 10, '62....... .... Severely wounded at Chancellorville, May 4 '63.
Connell, J. W.....::....... ..... May 10 '62 ....................
Cnnnell Manley........... ...... May 10 '62 ...................
F .. ...... ......... ... .....May 10. '62 ........ .......
....... Ma '62 ........................Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.



















192 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company B (Young Guards)-8th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)

NAMES. MUSTERED MUSTERED REMARKS.
IN. OUT.
Cox, J. T.......................................... May 10, '62 ....................... Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63; imprisoned at
SFort Delaware.
Cox. J. H...................................... May 10 62 ........................ Wounded at Fredricksburg December 13, '62.
Cox. Simon........................................ May 10, '62.....
Cox, William G................................. ay 10, '62 ...
Davi, T. P...................................... May 10, '62 ..... ......Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63; at Bristow
Dixon, William............................... May 10. '62 ............. Station October 14, '63.
Dollar, Francis W............................ May 10, '62 ... .. .........
Dollar, James.................................... May 10, '62..... ..
Dollar William............................... May 10, '02 ...........
Donaldson, J. B................................ May 10, '62
Dudley, H. C..... ................. May 10. '62 ............
Dudley, Ivan ................. May 10, '62.... .....
Eaton, John E.................................. May 10, '62 ........................
Eaton, W. H.................................... ............ ........................ Killed at Culpepper, '63.
Freeman, Ivan................................ May 10, '62 ......................
Freeman, Jacob W............................ May 10, '62 ....
Gandy, Blacksher.............................. May 10, '62 ................. Deserted at Sharpsburg.
Gandy, Theophilus............................ May 10, '62 .....
(:anons, Lemuel..................... May 10, '62 ...........
Ganons, Michl .............. ......... May 10, '62 ................ Wounded at Chancellorsville May 3, '63.
Gibson, B. 11...................................... May 10, 2 .... ........Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Goddin, Thomas............................ May 10, '02 ..... ......
Gray, J. M...................................... May 10 '62 ................... Killed at FrederickburgDecember 13, '62.
Gray. Thomas............................. .... ......
Green, J. R..................................... May 10, '62.... .......
Green, W F...................................... May 10, 62 .............
Griffi n. D R...................................... May 10, '62 ....................
Griffin, Jesse R................................ May 10 '62 .................
H all, P. W ........................................ M ay 10, '62 ........................
Hannah, Calvin.............................. May 10, '62 ..................
Hannah, H........................................ May 10, '62 ........................ Killed at 2nd Manassas August 30, '62.
Harper, H. W..................................... May 10. '62 .............. Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62.
Harrell, Darius.............................. May 10, '62 ..................
Harrell, Elias..................................... May 10, '62 ....................
Harrell, Jabe .................................... May 10, '62 ..... ...............
Harrell, J. J................... ............... May 10, '62 ......................
Harrell, John G .on..... 10 ...........Ma........... ? W
Harrell, Lyttleton ............. ..... May 10, '62 ..............
Harrell, M. P...................................May 10, '62 ........................
Hatcher, L. G.............................. May 10, '62 ........................
Hicks, Putnam.......................... May 10, '62 ........................
Ingram H. H.................................... May 10 '62 ..................... Wounded at Sharpsburg and left on field.
Ingram, J. M ..................................... May 10, '62 ................... Wounded at Sharpsburg.
Ingram, W. J.................................... May 10, '62 .......................
Jarvis, J. ..... ...................... May 10, '62 ........................ Killed at Sharpsburg.
Johnson, James R............... ..... May 10, '62 ................
Johnson, W. W.................................. May 10, '62 ........................ Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Kemp John K................................ May 10 '62........................ Killed at Chancelloreville May 4, '63.
Lambert, Benjamin..................... May 10, '62 ........................
Lambert, D. ...... ....................... May 10, '62 .... ................
Lambert, G. S............. ...... .... .......... ....... ............ Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62.
Lambert, Moses................. ... May 10, '62 ............ Lost right arm at Gettysburg July 2 '63.
Lambert, N. L........... .... May 10, '62 ... .... Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, 63.
Love, A. B..... ........................... May 10, '62 ....... .....Catured at Gettysburg July 3, '63; imprisoned at
ort Delaware until close of war.
Love, A. D............................ .... May 10, '62 ........................ Promoted Corporal; killed at Chancellorville May
4, '63
Love, J. J. R...................................... May 10, '62 ........................ Promoted Sergeant; captured at Gettysburg and
paroled from Fort Delaware at close of the war.
Love, H. H.................................... May 10, '62 April 0, '65 Wounded at Gettysburg, July 3,'63, at Peters-
burg, Sept. 18, '64.
Lutten, John E...................... .... May 10, '62 ................... Corporal.
McCall, T. Chalmers..................... May 10, '2 ............ .. Promoted Corporal; wounded at Fredericksburg
December 13, '62.
McConnell, T. F.............................. May 10, '62.......... .... Killed at harpburg.
M c )aniel, A ........................ ..............
Mcl)ougald, John:....... .... May 10, '62 ........
McElvy, H. S............................... May 10, '62 ............ Discharged at Camp Leon May ,'62.
McGowinm James A........................... May 10, '62 ........................ Died in hospital at Liberty, Va., February 2, '62.
McJunkins, James........................... May 10, '62............
McI.aughlin, James.................... ay 10 62........ 1 ........ Died at Fredericksburg.
McPherson, Cohn......... ... May 10, '62 .........
Marshall, J. N................................... May 10, 62 ........ .......
Marshall. T. M............. May 10, '62 .... .... Killed at Fredericksburg December 13, '62.
Messer, H. D................................ May 10, '2 ...........
Messer, W. F.......................... ... May 10, 62 ........................ Wounded at 2nd Manasans August 29, '62.
Morgan, T. A......... .......... _..RJune '62 ...................... Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63; imprisoned at
Morris, T. J..... ........................ lay 10, '62 ................ Fort Delaware and paroled from there at close.
of the war.
Morris, W. C ...... ................ May 10, '62.... .......Corporal.
M uire, D avid ...................... : ............... M ay 10, '62 ........................
Nixon, J. J.......... .. .... ay 10, '62...........
Pickett, Charles.............................. ay 0, '62 .....M..............
Porter, W. P.....................................May 10, '62April 0, '65




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 193


Roll Company B (Young Guards)-8th Florida Infantry.
(CONTInwED.)

MUOTERED UOBTERED
NAME. IN. OUT. REMARKa.

Prevatt, T. K............................ May 10, 62 .................. Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62.
Randolph. h ........ ........... May 10. '62...........
Redd, .......................................... May 10, '62 .................... Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63.
Reaves, John M.............................May 10, '62 ........................ Wounded and captured at Gettysburg imprisoned
at Fort Delaware and died April 3, 64.
Rich, D. T.......................... ...............
Roberts, George.................... yMay 10, '62 .... ........ Captured at Gettysburg July 3, '63; imprisoned
Roberts, Jackson................ ay 10, '62.. ........ and paroled at Fort Delaware at close of war.
Roberts, W. C.................................. May 10, ............
Russell, J........................................... May 10, '62 ........................ Wounded at GettysburF July 3, '63.
Shaw, D. A............................... May 10, '2 .................. Died at Leesburg hospital December 2, '62.
Shaw, N. D........................................ May 10, '62 ..................... Killed t Chanllorsville May 4, '63.
Shirley, H. W............................. May 10, '62 .......................
Sirnpson, J. J.................................... May 10, '62 ...................... Killed at Sharpburg September 17, '62.
Simpson, J. P.............. ............... May 10, '62 ........................
Smith Abner W.............May 10, '62:April 9, '65 erant; transferred May 7, '63 to Smith's Co.,
6th Cavalry Battalion.
Spingler, John................................... May 10, 62 ....................... Wounded at Sharpburg September 17, '62.
Spooner William ............... May 10 '62 ........................
Stone, ..............................ay 10 '62...................... Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Strange, B. F............... ................. May 10, '621 ........................
Strickland Jone....................... May 10, 62....... .......... Died, Lynchburg hospital December 21, '62.
Swieord, S. W ..................... May 10, '62 ........................
Sylvester, J. H............................... May 10, '62 ........................ -
Taylor, Green B ...................May 10, '62 ..................
Taylor, John M ......... May 10, '62 2............. ..... Died of dropsy in hospital at Richmond, Va., No-
vember 27, '62.
Thomas, W. S.................................. May 10, '62 ...................... Discharged, '62.
Vinson, Josiah.................................. ay 10, '2 ........................
Watters, J. P............................. May 10, '62 ,.........
Wescott L R.............................. May 10 '62 .... .... Kiled at Sharpsburg.
W ilson, D. C.......... ................ ...... May 10, '62 ........................
Wilson, W. W............................. May 10, '62 April 9, '65
Wimberly, E...................................... May 10, '62 ........................ Wounded at the 2nd Manassas.
W oodbury, S. C................................ ay 10, '62 ........................
Woodward, Edward W ................. May 10 '62 April 9, '65
Wright, B. R......... .....May 10, '62 ..................... Mortally wounded at Sharpsburg September 17,
S____ '62.


Roll Company C-8th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAME. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains--
David Lang................................ May 10,' '62 .................. Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62; pro-
moted Colonel; and was in command of the
Brigade '62, '64 and commander at surrender.
Benjamin F. Whitner............. May 15, '2 .............. ..... 3rd Lieutenant promoted Captain, wounded at
Chancellorsville May 4, '63.
1st Lieutenants-
H. R. Hull................................... May 10, '62 .................Died at Martinburg September 27, '62.
Craven Lassiter.............................. May 10, '62 April 9, '65
2nd Lieutenant-
William J. Oats.......................... May 10, '62 April 0. '65
3rd Lieutenant-
Benjamin F. Whitner................ May 10, '62 April 9, '65 Wounded at Chancellorsville May 3-4, '63.
ENLTSTED MEN
Adams, James W.............................. May 10, '62 April 9. '65
Adams. John Q............................. May 10, '62
Allison. Robert F............
Amerson, J. T .................: ............ May 10, '62 April 9 '65
Amerson, Reddin May 10 '62.......................... May 0 62 ........................
Amerson, Samuel T............ May 10 '62...... ... Wounded at Cliancellorsville May 4, '63; then near
Bass, A. J ..................................... May 14, '02 ........................ Petersburg December 25, '64.
Bevan. W. R.............................................. April 9, '65
Blackman, A........................ May 10, '62....
Blackman, Cullen......... ..... 1, ............. Died in camp February 9, '63.
Blackman. Joab................................ Me 10, '62 April 9, '65 Corporal.
Blue, D. MQueen............................ May 10, '62 ........... Wounded at Gettysburg July '63..
Callahan, William.............................I May 14, '62 ..........
Carrawy Arthur ............ May 10, '62 ........ Died at Richmond October 20, '62.
Carraway, John.H............................ May 10 '62 ........................ Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63.
Carter, John B...............................May 10 '62 ........................
Clements, Henry W........ ........... May 14, '62.................
Curie, Elijah.......... ..... ........... .... My 10, Wounded at Fredericksbur December 13, '62.
Curry James............................. May 14, '2..........
Daniel., Jam es K .............................. ......... ..... .......... ....



















194 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.

Roll Company C-8th Florida Infantry.

(CONTINUED.)




MUSTERED MUSTERED
fAMES. IN. OUT. RBIUARKS.



Dalrymple, J. D............ ......... ay 10, '62 April 9, '65
Daugherty, Hardy....................... ay 10, '62 ........................ Fredericksburg December 13, '62.
Daughtry, Joseph........................... May 10, '62 ...................
Deese, George W......... ....... ay 10, '62 April 9, '65
Deese, Zacariah........... ..... May 10, '62 ...........
Fletcher, Charles............................... May 10, '62 ...........
Gibbs, James..................... ...... May 10, '62...........
Glisson, John..... ............... .... May 10, '62.... .......
Grant, John H........................... May 10, '62 April 9, '65 Wounded at ChancellorsvilleMay 4, '63.
Grantham, B. E...............................Mch 10 '62.... ......... Corporal; died in Florida prior to March 1, '63.
Green, Arnold W........................ May 10, '62 ....................
Green, Charles H........................ May 10, '62 ..... .....Sergeant; died at Richmond October 30, '62.
Griffin, C. Bryant.......................... May 10, '62 ..... ..... Killed at Sharpsburg September 17, '62.
H all, John............................. .......... M ay 10, 2 .... ................
Hamilton, John C.............................. May 13, '02 .... ................
Hatch, Isaac..................................... May 13, '62 ............. ..... Deserted.
Hatch, Joseph...... .................. May 13, 2 ..................... Deerted.
Hatch Paul..... ................... ay 13, '2 ........................ Promoted Corporal; wounded at Gettysbur July
Hatch Ara.................................. May 10, '62 ........................ 3, 63, imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Herrington, Jasper........... ... May 14, '2 .... ......
Holdee, Leeread...... .......... ............... .......
Holland. Benjamin ................... May 10,. '62 ................. ied at Front Royal November 21, '63.
Howell, C. W. P.............................. May 10, 2 April 9, '05 Sergeant.
Haggins, William J.......................... ay 10, '2 ....... ................ Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63.
Hurst, Thomas Y........................... May 10, '62 April 9, '65 Shot at the Wilderness, May 6, '3.
Irvins, B F ........................................ .................... A pril 9 '65
Johnson, A. L................................... May 15, '62 ........................ Promoted 5th Sergeant.
Johnson. John H................................ ............. .... ................... Transferred from Powers' Company to 8th Regi-
Jones, Abner................................ May 15, '62 ...................... ment.
Jones, Jonas..... .......................... ........................ ........................
Jones, S. C................... .... May 5, '62 ............. lied at Richmond September 6, '62.
Jones, W. H ....... .................. May 15, '62 ...................... Died at Richmond August 17, '65.
Jordan, E. W ............................ ... May 15, '62 .... ................
Jordan, J. F.......................... ....... May 15, '62.... .......
K ellan, W W ................................... .................. April 9, '65
Lane, L. A................. Mch. 10, '62 ................ Corporal; wounded at Sharpsburg.
Lawson, Lewis......... .... ... May 10, '2...........
McKenzie, Hugh................ ..... May 15, '2 ...........
McKenzie, William.. ........... ay 10, '62 ...............
McNeil. Jam es........... ...... ..... May 10 '62.... ................
Mattair, Downing J............. ...... lay 15, '62 .... ................
Moore. Augustine................. .... May 10, '2 .................
N ichols John...................................... ay 10, '62 .... ....... ......
Oats, Young P............ .....ay 10 '62...................... Sergeant.
Owens, B. F ......................... Maay 11, '62 April 9, '65 Wounded at Orange Court House September 1,'64.
Owen, J. W................... ...... ay 10, '62 ............ 2nd Sergeant.
Parker W. T....................... .............................. Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Parnell. James ........................... May 14, '62..................
Polk, E. Frank .................. May 11 '62....................... Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63.
Ponchier, Joseph ............ ay 15, '62 ........................ Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63; captured
Riley, Jasper ............ ... May 10, 62.................. at Fredricksburg, Md.
Roebuck, John R................ ....................................... April 9, '65
Sanders. J ........ ...................... ... ................. Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62.
Sanders, Thomas R........................ May 13, '62 ...................... Wounded at Fredericksburg Died December 12,'62.
Sapp, Russell.... ........................ .... April 9, '65
Slaughter, William........................ ay 15, '62 .................. Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Smith. M. Wesley..................... May 13, '62...........
Stewart, H. G.................................. May 13, '62 April 9, '65 Corporal.
ular H ............................ ...................... ....................... W wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '3.
Thompson, Amos ................... ...... y 10, '62 .... ................
Thomoson, John H........................ ay 15, '62 April 9, '65 Promoted Surgeon.
Thompson, W illiam ........................ May 15 '2 .... ................
Tillis. James....................... ....- .... ay 10, '62 .. .........
Tillis. W illoughby............................. hay 14, '62 ............ ..... Deserted.
Truett, William.......................... May 10 '62 ....................
Tuten, R. J.... ..... ....... ............ May 15, '62 .... ................
Ur uhart I. Ca er......................... ay 10, '62.... .......
Walker Thomas................... May 15, '62 .................
Waters. Emanuel ............................ May 15, '62 April 9, '65 Wounded at Richmond, '64.
W aters, W illiam ............ ..................................... pril 9, '65
Ward. Abraham ............ ........ May 15, '62 ........................ Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Wood, A. L .............................. April 9, '65
Wood, H. M............. ..... May 10, '0 ...... ............ st Sergeant; wounded at Sharpsburg September
17, '62.
W ood. W illiam H............................. ..... ................tt Sergeant.
This Company mustered in May 15, '62.




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 195


Roll Company D-8th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARJ s.

OFnCERs.
Captains-
William Bays........................ ....... Nov. 18, '61 April 9, '05 Promoted Captain; Major '62, Lieutenant-Colonel
June, '63.
J. Anthony Pacetty ...................... st Lieutenant; promoted Captain, February'17,
'63.
Ist Lieutenant-
and Lieutenant-
I. P. Irwin...................62 .. .... ...... July .............
3rd Lieutenant-
Peter L. Bennett........................ Aug. '61 ....... ....... Dropped from Army rolls by order of Secretary of
War; February 4, '63.
ENLISTED MEN.
Andrew, Antonio....................... .............. ............
Baker, Franklin.......................................................................... captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Baker, M. L.................................... July 62 ........................ Wounded at Gettysburg.
Batton, Green......................... A 61..................
Batton, Samuel.................................. Aug. '61 ...........
Baya, H. F................................................. April 9, '65
Bays, Joseph F................................. Aug. '61 April 9, '65
Bennett Casinero............................. Aug. '61 ..................... Killed at Appomatox Court House May, '65.
Blackwilder, W iley............................ Aug. '61 .... ................
Capella, M ariano...... .................. ........................ ........................
Capella Severus........................ Aug. 18, '61 ..................
Capo, Lewis...................... ..... Aug. '61 ...... ........ 1st Sergeant.
Capo, W illiam .............. ............... Aug. '61 ........................
Craft, James T ........................... Aug. '61 ........................ Promoted Sergeant wounded at Fredericksburg
December 13, '62.
Curl, John.......................................Aug. '61 ........................Captured at Gettysburg ,imprisoned at Fort Dela-
ware.
Dial, Aldrich.................................... Aug. '61 ....................... Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63.
Dial, Alexander............ .............. Aug. 18, '61................ Wounded at Chancellorsville May 3, '63; Gettys-
Dial George....................................... Aug. '61........................ burg July 3, '63.
Dugger, Emanuel.............................. Aug. '61 ............ Killed at Chancellorsville May 4, '63.
Erwi, John A................................. Aug. '61..................... Sergeant; wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Foster, Godfrey...... ......... July '62 ....... ....Corporal.
Foster, William....... ... ..... July '62...........
Gomez, Nichols.......... ..... July '62 ... ...........
Gomez, Philip L......... ..... July '61 .................. st Sergeant; promoted, '62, killed at Chancellors-
ville May 4, '63.
Gonzales, Augustine....................... July '61 April 9, '65 Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63; captured and
Griffis, Berry.............................. July '62 .... ........... prisoner at Fort Delaware.
Griffis, Charles......... .......... July '62 ...........
Griffis, Charles B............................. July '62 ............ Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware, paro-
Griffis, John............................ Ju '6........................ ed at close of war.
Hamens, Antonio............................ July '62 ... ..........
Hanson John M................................ July '62 ............. sergeant ied in prison after battle of Antietam.
Harper, Calvin............. .....Juy '62............ .. Wounded at Gettysburg July, '63.
Harper, Francis......................... .... Ju '2 .............. Wounded at Gettysburg, '63.
H harper, Jacob.................................. July '62 ... ..........
Hull, James F........................ July '62....
Irving, John A................... Juy 62 .................. Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63; died in ser-
vice.
Lacy, I................................................ July '62 .................. Sergeant.
Livigston, David .................. Ju... ...... Promoted Corporal November, '62; wounded at
Fredericksburg December 13, '62.
Lopes, Alfonzo............................ July '62 ...... ............ Killed in service.
Lopes, Andrew ............................. Dec. '61 ............ Promoted 2nd Sergeant; shot at Culpepper Court
ope, A. M.................................. July '62 April 9, '65 House August 1, '63.
Lopes, Antonio............................ July '62 .................... Killed in service.
Lopes, Ignatius.................................. ........ ....................... ...... Sergeant.
Lopes, John P............................. July '62 April 9, '65
Lucas, Bartolio...................................... .....
McEvin, John................................. July '62 ...
McMullen. John................................ ........................ April .9 '65 Courier; wounded at Appomatox.
Masters, B..... ... .......... Ju y 62... .................
Masters, Francis.......................... July ........................
Newman, Henry........................Ju '62 April 65
Othello, C......................... July '62........................ Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Pacetty, Bartoo A.................. Jul '62 April 9, '65
Pacetty, Denno.......................July '6 .....
Paeetty, Edward...................... July '62 ...........
Pacetty, Felix.............................. Jul '62 April 0, '65 Corporal.
Padgett, E.............................. Juy 2 ................ Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Peacock M................... ...... July 62...............
Pelliceo. James................. .. ...J..... Ju...........
Ponce, James ................................ July '62 .............Sergeant.
Powers, James ....... .... ......... July '62 ........ ...
Prior, J................... ............................................... ........................ W wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Ouigley. Owen............................ July 62 ........
Quigley, Thomas................. July 62 ...........
Quincy Henry ... ........................ July '62 ........................
Rante, elix .................... July '62 .................... Promoted Corporal; '62, wounded at Chancellors-
Rogers. M... ....... .... ..... July '62 ................ ville; killed at Petersburg, Va. 64.
Seque, Bartolo...................... July '62 ............... Corporal.-





















196 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company D-8th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

e ue, John....................................... July '02 ........................
ylmth. Hardy .... .... ........ July '62 ..................... Promoted Corporal.
Smith, Richard C............................ July '62 ..................
Sparkman, Stephen ................ July '02 ....................
Spear, Edward............................. July 2 ....................
Southwick, S. Decatur...................... July '62 ...........
Tracy, Pete.................................. July '2 ..........
Triay, Hernatio ........................................Died in prison.
Triay, Victorius.......................... July '62 ................
Ximanes, Antonio........................ July '62 April 9, '65


Roll Company E-8th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICER.
Captains-
Thomas E. Clark.................... May 13, '62 April 9, '65 Wounded at Fredericksburg December 15,'62; pro-
moted to Major, May, '62.
Francis M. Farley........................ May 13, '2 ....... .......... Promoted from 1st Lieutenant to Captain. May,
'62; resigned, November 2, '63.
Whisley H. DuBose...................... May 13, '62 April 9, '65 Promoted 1st Lieutenant, then Captain, in '63;
from 2nd Lieutenant.
1st Lieutenant-
Thomas S. Armistead.................. May 13, '62 June 17, '65 Promoted from 1st Sergeant to 3rd Lieutenant,
May, '62; 2nd Lieutenant, '63 and 1st Lieutenant
in 64; wounded at Chancellorsville May 4. '63
'64 and captured, imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
2nd Lieutenants-
Anthony Armistead...................... May 13, '62 ....... .......... Promoted 2nd Lieutenant from 3rd Lieutenant;
killed at Sharpsburg September 17, '62.
James M. Cumbaa...................... May 13, '62 April 9, '65 Promoted 2nd Lieutenant from Corporal; 2nd
Sergeant, 1st Sergeant, and 3rd Lieutenant.
3rd Lieutenant--
W. W. Wilson............... May 13, '62....................... Promoted 3rd Lieutenant; wounded at Gettys-
burg July 3, '63.
ENLISTED MEN.
A llen, Jas. M ........................................................... ..................
A llen, J. T ....................................... ....................... ....................
A rnold, W illiam ............................................... ........................
A years, Jesse W .................................. .................. .. ...............
Bailey, Jesse W............................................................... Catured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Bailey, Samuel D.... ........ ................. .............................. Killed at C ancellorsville May 4, '03.
Barely, Oscar J....................................
Barcley, William C...... .............................
Barnes, George W..................... ... Wounded at Bristow Station October 15, '63.
B arnes, T hom as J............................ ........................ ........................
D Gainney... .................................... ............. Killed at Sharpsburg.
B ell. G reenberry...... .................................... ........................
B evis, Jam es P................................. ...................... ..................
Bevis, Martin L......................... ......... ................... Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Boyett, Josiah D .... ...... ............ ............... ..................
Britton, Francis G... .............................................. Killed at Sharpsburg September 17, '62.
B rock, W esley A ..................................................... ................
Brogden, Jesse.................................. ............. April '6 From prison at close of war.
Brown. Edward G.................. May 13, '62 April 9, '65 Wounded at Sharpsburg September 17,'62.
B u sh ................................................................. .....................
Cannon. Samuel 1)........ ...... May 13, '2 ....................
Cason. Henry C........................ ..... May 13, 6 ......
Cawthron, Hosia B.................. May 13, '62 April 9, '65
Cox, Henry. .... ...................................
ox, Jesse....... ...................... May 13, '62 ......... .... Left at Tallahassee by order of General Finnegan.
Craword, Lewis W....................... May 13 '.. ....Killed at Fredericksburg December 13, '62.
Crawford, W. F ... ........... May 13, '2 ...........
Croom, John J.................. May 13, '2 ............ Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63; imprisoned
at Fort Delaware.
Croom. William F............. May 13, '62....... .... Taken prisoner in Maryland.
Cumbaa, Perceval............................. May 13, '62 April 9, '65 Promoted 1st Lieutenant; captured at Gettys-
burg and imprisoned at Fort Delaware until
close of war.
Daniels. William J............................ May 13, '62 ........................ Killed at Sharpsburg September 17, '62.
Davis, J. L. B ...... ......... May 13, '62.....
Drummond, Eugenius E..................... Ma 13 1st Sergeant. October 1, '62; killed at Chancellors-
ville May 4. '63.
Dykes, Henry G ................................ May 13, '62 ................... Lost right arm at Hatcher's Run February 5, '65.
Falkner. John............. ....... .... May 13 .............
Fields. John C .......... ............................. ..... ... Corpora; transferred to Navy at Wilmington Feb
Green William............................May 13. '62 ................ ruary 27, '62.




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 197


Roll Company E-8th Florida Infantry.
(CONTIrED.)


MASTERED MUSTEBED
NAMEs. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Hair, William................... May 13 '62.................. Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63.
Harrell, G. William.................... May 13, '62 April 9, '65
Harrell, Isaac B............................. May 13, '62 .........................
Henderson, John B...... ...... May 13, '62 .. ....... Absent without leave Octber 31, '62.
Hewitt, Benjamin N........................ May 13, '62 ...........
Hewitt, John M...............................Ma 13, '62 ...............Deserted.
Hewitt, James N...........................Ma 1 62 ..... ..... Deserted.
Hill. John ......................... May 13, '62 ....... ........... Died n hospital at Richmond, '63.
Howard, ALen13,
Howard, Allen ............................. May 13 '62 ........................
enkins, Moses.................................. May 13, 62 ................... Died at Mount Jackson hospital November 2, '62.
Jenkins, Wilbur F...........................................................................
Johnson, Joshua S............................May 13, '62 ...... ... Promoted Corporal- killed near Petersburg.
Kidd, Robert.......................... May 13, '6.....Corporal, promoted Sergeant; deserted, applied
for, and took the oath of allegiance while impris-
oned at Fort Delaware; captured at Gettys-
burg July 3, '63.
Kilgore, Andrew J....... ................... ay 13, 6 ........................ Corporal; killed at Gettysburg July 3. '63.
King, Angus........................................... May 13, '62 ...........
King, Daniel .....................May .3, '62 ............ Died in hospital at Richmond.
Knowles, Henry S............................ May 13 '62 ..................Wounded at Sharpsburg September 17, '62.
Knowles, William K........................ ay 13, '62...........
Lassiter, Luke W........................ May 13, '62........
Lewis, Mathews W................ May 13............1a 13, Killed at Fredericksburg December 15, '62.
Lloyde, Andrew J............................ ay 13, '62 ....... ..... Died in camp December 11, '62.
Long. Aaron.............................. May 13, '62 ....... ........... Discharged at Montgomery White Sulphur Springs
for disability.
Lovelace, W. S............................. .................. ..... ........................ Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62.
McNeily, George W....... .... May 13, '62 ....................... Wounded at Sharpsburg.
MeNeily, Isaac W.............................. May 13, '62 ... ............. ....
MeNeily. Sidney............................... May 13, '62 ...................
McNeily, Sidney................. May 13, '62 ...................
M aloy, John E .................................. ................ .....................
M anetoly, Jam es M ........................... ...................... ......................
Maultsby, Joseph M.......................... May 13, '62 April 9, '65 Wounded at Amelia Court House, captured 2 or 3
days before surrender.
Morris, Sidney.................................. May 13, '62 ......... ... Absent without leave October 31, '62.
Neely, J. T .................................................................. A pril 9, '65
Nichols, Richard R.................... May 13, '2 .......................
Padgett, Alfred..................... May 13 '62 ...................
Padgett, Ellis ............ 1............. 1...........
Pickney. Thomas W......:...... May 13 '62...........
"P itts, R iley................................................................ ........................
Pitts. William G......... ....... May 13, '62 ...........
Pittman John D.................................................... ............ 2nd Sergeant; killed at the 2nd battle of Manassas
August 3. '62.
Pledger, C. B...................................... May 13, '62 ....... ........... Corporal, August, '62; wounded at Gettysburg
July 3, '63; captured and sent to hospital at
Baltimore. paroled August 22, '63 and returned
to Petersburg where he was furloughed and dis-
charged.
Porter, Ellsworth E........................ May 13. '02 ........ .......... Died in hospital at Richmond January 25, '63.
Porter, William R...................... May 13, '62 ........ ......... Wounded at Battle of Wilderness May 6. '64
Redd, William J................. ... ................ .... Corporal; reduced to ranks.
Roebuck, William T.................. May 13, '62 ...................
.Savage, F. E.............................................................................. Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Sharritt, James H...................... May 13 '62 April 9, '65
Sharritt, Josiah L.......................... May 13, '62 April 9 '65 Corporal; promoted 2nd and 1st Sergeant.
lagner D W ............................................................................
Smith, George W ........................... ..................... April '5 Absent without leave February 28, '63.
Sm ith, Jam es H ...................................................... ..................
ellis, James W......................... .............. Corporal.
tayner, Daniel W ........................ May 13, '62 .... ...............
Ste hens. alcomn be........................ May 13. '62 ........................ Deported.
Ste lhens, 'Philip..... ........... .... May 13, '62 .... ...........
.Stewart, Charles ( ...... ............... May 13, '62 .... ...............
Still Thom as L...... ............ ...............................................
'Stone, Henry S................................ May 13, '62 ....................... Wounded at Richmond July 2, '63 and discharged.
Sails, Pleasant............................... ............ ............ .......
8Suails. William T ............... .................... ................ Wounded at Fredericksburg December 11, '62.
Taylor, Charles............................... 13,62 ............ Killed at Chancellorsville May 4. '63.
'Thorpe, Samuel........................... May 13, '62 April 9, '65 Wounded at Manassas August 30. '62.
Tucker. E. D...................................... .... ................................ W wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Turner, Isaac J.................................. May 13, '62 ....................
V ickery, F H ....................... ................
Vickery, William C ......................... May 13, '62 April 9, '65 Wounded at Sharpsburg September 17, '62; at
Bristow Station October 15, '63.
Wachob. Arthur Me................... May 13, '62 ................ Died at Tallahassee.
Wachoh, Francis M.......................... May 13, '62 ..... ....Died in hospital near Fredericksburg.
Wachob. Joseph F.................... ..... May 13. '62 April 9, '65 Wounded at Culpepper Court House August 1, '63.
Waldon, Joseph................................ May 16, '62 April 9, '65 Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Waldon. Samuel P.................. May 16, '62 April Captured at Gettysburg July 2. '63. soon naroled.
Ward, John...... ........................................ ..................... Deserted near camp at Frederickburg February
'62.
West. Jel......................................................... April 9, '65 Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.





















198 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company E-8th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARK8.

W est, Theodore..........................................................................Sergeant.
Whittle, Seaborn W.......................... ........................ ............. .... Left sick at Richmond August 9, '63; not since
W ilkerson, Jam es............................ ........................ ........................ heard from .
Wilson, George W. S........... May 13, '62...........
Williams, Irwin................ ....May 13 '62 .................. Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63.


Roll Company F-8th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUsTERE D*
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
Felix Simmons............................. May 17, '62 .......................Resigned, on account of age.
H. C. Simmons............................ May 17, '62 ................. Promoted from 2nd Lieutenant to Captain; Feb-
Ist Lieutenant- ruary 17, '63.
Marshall, B. Holland.........M.......... May 17, 6 .....
2nd Lieutenant-
3rd Lieutenant-
Warren, W. Andrews.................... May 17, '62 ...................... Promoted 3rd Lieutenant; resigned June 10, '63.
ENLISTED MEN.
Acosta, A. J.............................. May 17, '62 ...................... Promoted Sergeant.
Aldrick, Whipple............. ....May 17 '62 .... .....
Anderson, M.......................... May 17, '62 ... ..........
Andrews, William 0............................... .............. .... Left in Tallahassee.
Arrow, Henry H................................ ay 17, '62.... .......
Barnhill, W. C.................................. May 17, '62 ....... .......... Died in hospital October 20, '62.
Birdlong, Alfred.............................. May 17, '62.... ............Died in Augusta, Ga.
Bryant, F. M....................... ... May 17 '62 ....... ...... Promoted Sergeant.
Campos, Joseph E....... ..... May 17, '2 .......... Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62;
Chambers, Charles J....................... May 17, 62 ....Bristow Station October 15, '63.
Chambers, John R..... ..
Chambers, John R................................................ ........ ................
Conner, George ... ............. May 17, 2................
Chambers, William J................. May 17, '05 ......... ........ Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63.
Conner, George.......... ............. May 17, '62 Nov. 15, '62
Crews, ................................ ............ ............ ........................ W wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63; captured and
Cross, Seaborn..... ..............May 17, '62 ................. imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Daley, John.......................... May 17, '62 ...........
Darrah, Charles.......................... May '17, '62 ...... .... Deserted July 22, '62.
Decotts, Edward A........................ May 17, '62 .... ............Killed at Sharpsburg September 17.'62.
Dorman, John.................................... May 17 '62...........
Dowling. John .............................. May 17, '(2 .... Paroled from prison, close of war.
uncan, erge................. .......... May 17, '02.... ......
Ellis, T. B........................... .... .....
Ellison, John A.................................... .......... .......
Freeman. J. W.................... ... May 17, '62 ...... ...... Died at Charlottsville and buried in the Cemetery
Frier, Samuel H... .......................................................... ....... .......... of the University of Virginia.
Griffin, J. R ...................................... May 17, '62 April 9, '65
Handley, Alexander.......................... May 17, '62 ........................ Deserted December 11, '62.
Haselden, Samuel J.......... May 1................ ay 17, '62
Haselman Theodore........... ay 17, '62 ........................Captured in Maryland.
Hardee, Thomas E ........ ....May 17, '62 ....... .......... Transferred to Cavalry, killed near Pensacola,
Fla.. Partridge's Cavalry; 15th Confederate.
Hawkins, Thomas D.................... May 17, '62 ....................... Hospital Steward.
H into. John.................................... ...................... ..................
H opkins, Charles............................ May 17, '62 ........................
Hunter, Jeremiah M........................ May 17, '62...........
Hunter, John L........ ....... May 17, '62 ...........
Hunter, L. L.... ......... ................................... Killed at Bristow Station October 14, '63.
Jeffords, A H ..................................... M ay 17, '62 .... ................
Kaul, Benjamin H.......................... May 17 '62 ..................
Kernan, John.......................... May 17, 62 ..................
Kernan, Thomas J................. May 17, '62 ...........
Knight. William.............. ....May 17, ............. Left in Tallahassee.
Latham, George A............................ May 17, '62 April 9, '65
Lewis, G. S.................................. May 17, '62 .... ................
Lew is, John W .................................. ....................... ..................
Long, James..................................... May 17, '6 ..................a.... Corporal; wounded at Chancellorsville May 3, '63.
Lucas, Henry................................ May 17, '62 ..................Deserted.
Lyons, James................................................. .... Corporal.
McKiver, James................................ May 17, '62...........
MeLeod, Columbus..... ............... May 17, '62 ...........
M cTeer, B arnard................................................. ..................
Marion, John................................... May 17, '62 ................... st Sergeant; killed at Chancellorsville May 4, '63.
Mason, Folen.................................. May 17, '62.... .......
Mathews. Solomon............................ ay 17, '2 ....
Mora, Joseph ............................... May 1, '62.................... Deserted July 16, '62.
Newman, William............. ................ ....................... ................ Transferred to Company F from Company H.
O 'M ally, John.................................. ay 17, '62 .......................




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 199


Roll Company F-8th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMABts.

Ormaad, Arthur W.......................... May 17. '62 ..........
Pelion, ablo...................... May 17 '62 ............. Deserted July 16, '62.
Pirtle, R. S........................................ M ay 17. '62 ........................
Polk. James H...... ..........May 17, '62 ....... ..... Died November 30. '62.
Prevat, James W.......... ..........May 17, '62 ...... ......... Corporal.
uinn, W illam W .................. .......May 17, '62 .......................
Roberts, D. ............................May 17 '62 ..... .....Sergeant.
Rose, Mch ...... ...... ..... May 17.'62 Aug. 29, '62 Corporal.
Rowe, John........................................ Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '62,
Samis, Francis........ ......... ...... ay 17, '6..
Bam is. T hom as....................................................... ... ... .............
Sheffield, Samuel..................... Oct. 5, '61 ..............
Simmons, George M. T.................... May 17, '62 ...... .....
Smith, Mitchel............................ ay 17, '62....
Snowball, J. A. L......:....................... May 17. '62 ...........
Strickland, Cornelius.................... May 17, .'62 .....................
Syms, Charles ............ ................ May 17, '62 ......................
Taylor, David L..........................May 17 '62. ...........
Temple, William C.............. ...... May 17. '62 ............... Absent without leave.
Thigpen, James .................... May 17, '62 .......................
Thigpen, W illiam .......... ........ ..... ....... ................. ........................ Died June 22, '62.
Tidwell, Benjamin F... ........ay 17, '62............
Tompkins, Donald...... ...... May 17, '62 ..............
ompkins John W...... ..... ay 17, 6 ........... ............ Captured from Maryland.,
urner, Rey.................. ..........May 17, '2 ........... Died in hospital at Winchester October 21 '62.
Walsh, Jo ...... .................. May 17, '62 ...........
Ward, William ................ May 17, '62 ... ......
Welsh. T...... ............ .............. ......... Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62.
W ilds, George B........... ............ May 17, '62 .... ................
Wilds, John W ...... ........ Wounded, died January 15, '63 at Charlottsville
Wilkerson, James M.......................... May 17, '62........... ...... and buried in the Cemetery of the University of
1 Va.
Wilkinson, John W...................... May 17, '62 .................... Left in Thomasville, Ga.
Williams, Elias............ ..... May 17, '62 ........................ Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63 and captured
and imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Wingate, Cornelius....................... May 17, '62 ....................... Discharged for wounds received at Chancellors-
ville May 3, '63.
Wingate, John A.............................. May 17, ..................... Sergeant; wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63;
died in hospital August 1. '63.
Wingate, O. L.................................... May 17, '62 .......... 1st Sergeant; died November 9, '62.
Youn, Samson.................................... May 17 '62............


Roll Company G-8th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
J. C Stew art.................................................................................
Joshua Mizell ................................ ...................... ........................ Promoted from 1st Lieutenant to Captain; wound-
ed at Gettysburg, captured and imprisoned
on Johnson's Island, Ohio; and died in prison
ist Lieutenant- April 17, '64) grave No. 168.
2nd Lieutenants-
James K Stewart..................................
E. J. Hull .................................. .... Resigned April 10, '63.
W W W ilson..... ....... .............................. ....................... Promoted 2nd Lieutenant.
3rd Lleutenant-
Richard Stewart................... .....................................
ENLISTED MEN.
A James A........................... Deserted July 25, '62.
A lderm an, D avid.....................................................................
Ballard, Wiley C.............. ................. .......... Deserted December 11, '62.
Barnhart. William R................. .....................................
Barton, Jam es W ........ ..... ................... ... ..............
Bennett, Sim m ons.......................... .... ...............................
Bradford, H am pton............. ................ ... ..... ........................
B rantly, W M ...... ..................... ....................... ......................
Brian, W illiam P.............................. ....................... ................... W wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62.
Buchan, Joseph D.......................... ............
Cardle, Alvin M..... ............... .................... Sergeant.
Cannon, James.................................. ..................... ................. Deserted July 15, '62.
Carthus, J. H..... ........... ... .......................
Carthus, Nathan R.................. .................
Carlisle, Joel N...................... ........................
Carlisle, L. L. J. ...... ..... May 11, 62...................... Deserted May II, '62.
Caruthers. W. R............... ..................... ..... Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13. '62.
Clarke, Joseph J...................... ......



















200 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company G-8th Florida Infantry.
(CoNTINUED.)


NAME MUSTERED MUSTERED EMARKB.
IN. OUT.

Collins G eorge W ........................ ................................................
Cox, W. G ..................................... ........................... Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Dann, Howard L ....................................... ........................
Delk, William P................. ............. Died at Tallahassee July 15, '62.
Drawdy, William J....................................................... .... Died December 1, '62.
Driggers, Edward........................................................ July 13, '62 Disability.
Driggers, William F.......................... ..... .. ...................... Died at Richmond hospital.
Ellis, L. J.......................................... ........................ ........................ Killed at the battle of Manassas August, '62.
Galloway, Thomas M........................ ........................ ..................... Killed at Gettysburg July 3, '62.
Greegs, John G..........................................
H all, Isaiah........................................ .................................... D deserted.
Hall, William B.................... ....................... ................. imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Hardee, James C............................. .................. ..... ................. Wounded at Chancelloreville May 4, '63.
H arris, John................................. ........................ ........................ Deserted June 4, '62.
H artley, D aniel......................................................... ..................
Hawthorn, K............................. ....................... .......... Died at Lake City July 20, '62.
H obbs, W P ...................................... ................... ..................
H odges, John R ................................ ........................ ..................
Hodges Samuel........................ ...............
Holland, N. W...................... ............... ranferred to Company "G" from Company "F"
October 29, '62.
Hooker James W............ .................................. .................. wounded mortally at Fredericksburg December 13,
Hooker. S. J. L..... .................................................................... '62; died December 20, '62.
Hooker, W. P........................... ........................ Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware; pa-
Hooker, William J........................... .................................... roled from there at close of war.
H ubbard, John D .............................. ....................... ...........
Hull, William B................................................ ......... Wounded at Chancellorville May 4, '63.
Jackson, Ben F.................................. ........... ........... ......... Sergeant; wounded at Chancellorsville May 3, '63;
lost some teeth by explosion of shell.
Jerkins, Richard F..... .............. ............................ ..................... Sergeant.
Joiner, Thomas J.................... ............. .... Oct. 18, '62 Dischdrged for disability.
Kilgore, William C. G............................................. ..................... Captured April 6, '65; imprisoned at Point Look-
Kirkland, R. L........................ .................... out, until June, '65.
Lancaster, Oliver P...................................... ................. Corporal.
Lippm an, S. D ...... ....................... .. .............. ................
Long Reuben............... ..................... ........................ ........................ Wounded at Sharpburg, Md., Sept. 17, '62
Lufm an, Shad.................................. ........................ ........................ Deserted July 15, '62.
Luffman, Disney........................... ............. ......... .... Deserted July 15. '62.
McKinnie, James W............ ..................... By parole, close of war.
Mercer, William..........................................
Miller, Benjamin W........................ ...... ...... .............. Died December 16. '62.
Miller. Thomas........................... ............. ... ... Died January 30, '63.
Mizell, David W....................................................... Jan. 14, '63 Corporal.
Mizell, Morgan M ..... ..................... .. Paroled, close of war.
Nelson, Joseph..... .................................
Newberry Hiram J............. ... une 61 ...................... Deserted July 15, '62.
Nichols. Richard G........................... ....................
Oberry, W esley C..................................................... ..........
Pillan, R ichard.................................... ......................... ..........
SPrescott, Robert................................ ...................... ...................... Deserted Ju,y 15, 'd5.
R ichards, Jam es R ............................ ..................... .....................
Robinson, Charles A................... ............................................... Wounded at Sharpburg, Md. September 17, '62.
Robinson, Henry.............................................................................. Promoted Sergeant; October 1, '62.
R'g rs, Middleton D ....................... ........................Trerferred to Watson's Cavalry in Fla., paroled.
Savage, James W........... .................... Aug. 12, '62 Diability.
Savage, Richard B............................ ..... .........................
Savage, Robert .................................... .................. ........................ Deserted.
Savage, Thom as ............................ ................... ................
Simon, G. F............................................................... ..................... W wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Simmons, George W................................. ........
Simmons Philip .....................................Sergeant; deserted July 15, '62.
Sim m ons, W R ....................................................................................
Smith, K. D.................................... ..................................... Discharged from hospital for disability.
Sowell, Thomas J................ ........... .. .............. .................... Died in Maryland.
Stephens, William............ ........................... ........ Deserted July 15, '62.
Stewart, A sa A ................................. ............................ .............. D exerted.
Stewart, David B..................................... ........................
Stewart, John J................................................ ........ Paroled, close of war.
Stewart, John W........ ..................... ...................... Died in Tallahassee July 30, '62.
Stewart, Philinan B......................................... .......................
Stewart, T. A.................................. ...... .................... Paroled, close or war.
Story, Reed.............................. ..... ........................ Deserted July 15, '62.
Swan, David H.................................................................................. Promoted Sergeant; killed at Fredericksburg Dec-
Tanner, Mathew.............. ............ ember 13, '62.
Trapwell, William W.....................
T ucker, E D ...................................... ..... ..................
T uner, D avid.................................. ...................... ...................
Turner, Robert................................................. .... 1st Sergeant; imprisoned at Fort Delaware
U churchc. C...................................... ............... ......... ....
Wheeler, Chqrles .................... .....................
Wiggins, E. W..................................... ..... Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63'
Wilson. Henry............. ......... ....... .............
Williams. Thomas M.... ......................... ........ .............
Wright, Selestin C...................................................................... .... Missingatibattle79of, Fredericksburg.





















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 2or


Roll Company H-8th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN, OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
James Tucker............................. April 12, '62 .................... Resigned September 3, '62.
Zacheus Shepard.......................... April 12, '62 .................1st Lieutenant, promoted Captain, September 29,
'62; resigned January 24, '63; wounded at Fred-
ericksburg December 13, '62.
T. B. Livingston............................ April 12, '62....... ..... Promoted Captain from 2nd and 3rd Lieutenant:
wounded at Gettysburg, captured and paroled
at close of war.
Ist Lieutenants-
William Scott............... .......... .April 9, .'05 Promoted let Lieutenant.
Donald T. Livingston.................. April 12, '62....... ..... Promoted Ist Lieutenant; September 27, '62.
from 2nd Lieutenant.
and Lieutenant-
J. M B ryant........................................................ .................
3rd Lieutenant-
William P. igman...................................................... st Lieutenant; promoted 3rd Lieutenant, Septem-
ti ber 30, "62.
ENLISTED MEN.
Adams, J. B........................................................
Adkins, James L.............................. une '62...........
Allen, Robert.......... .................. ........ April 9, '65 Promoted 1st Sergeant; October 1, '62.
Alderman, David G.......................April 12, '62........................ Promoted Corporal.
Arnow, Henry H.................. Oct. 5, '61 ...... .......... Transferred from Company "F", October 1, '62;
Barber, George W................ ..................... ................. promoted Sergeant October 15, '62.
Barrons, James J............................ April 12, '62 ....... ........... Wounded at Petersburg, Va., August 21, '64.
Barrons, Robert................................ April 12 '62 ....................
Barrington, Milton ......................... April 12, '62 ........ .......... Promoted Sergeant.
Barrington, Walter J........................ ................... .............. sergeant; wounded at Fredericksburg December
Bassett, Andrew J. D...................... April 12, '62 ............. 13, '62.
Bell, Abram .................................. May '62 ...... ............ Discharged for disability.
Bell, Patrick, R..................................
Bevan, William R....... ......April 12, '62 April 9, '65
Blanton, D T....................................... ................ ......................
oyet, Edward J........................ April 12, '62........................
B oyd, M .............................................................. ........................
Bowen, Henry D........................ May '62 ....................
Brown, James A. M......................... June 24, '62 April 9, '65
Brown T........................... ..................................................... Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62.
B ryan, D ........................................................................................
Bryan, P. N....... ............................... ................... April 9, '65
Burrouhs Cornelius T.................. April 12, '62 ..................Corporal; promoted Sergeant.
Byrd, A. J.......................................... April 12, '62 ........................ Corporal.
Byrd, Evander.......................June '62 ...... ............Shot at Sharpsburg, Md., September 18, '62.
C lark, W B ..................................... ........................ ........................
Clayton, Miledge ........................ Aril 12, '62 April 9. '65 Corporal.
Corbin, Willam............................... May 17, '62 ..................... Deserted.
Curl. Jesse.......... ........ .............. ...... ... ...........
Davenport, James A........................April 12, 62...............



]Yeas. T. ....................................................Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62.
Dice, H.......................................................................... ........ Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Eddison, T .................................. ....... ........................ Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62.
Ellison, James.................................... May 7, '62 ........................ Transferred from Company "I;" wounded at
1W Fredericksburg ,Va., December 13. '62.
Ellison, John L................................. May 5, '62 ....................... Transferred from Company "I;" discharged July
A 15, '62.
Fort, Ellas N...... .................. Apr 1 12, '62 .................. Sergeant.
Fletcher, C. N.......................................... .......... Apr 1 9, '65
Fletcher W..... .... .................... .................. April 9, '65
Glover, Alfred J........................... April 12, '62 ....... .......... Discharged January 12, '63.
G ill, Jose h...... ..........................................................................
Green, John........................... April 12, '62...........
H agen. Urban......... ................... ......................... ........
H al, Elisha...................................... ........................ AprI 9, '65
H a l, N .......................................... ........................ A pr 1 9, '65
Hammond, Elias................................ May 28, 2 ........................ Transferred from Company "I."
Hammond, Seymore........... May 15, '62 ................
High Henry................................. Apr 1 12, '62 .... ........ Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62.
Holland William W..... ..... June 7, '62 ....................
Horn, William J...... ........... May 20, '62...........
Hurst, T. T........................................... April 9, '65
Hyers, Philip L................. ..... June 20, '62 April 9, '5
Hysler William............... Mch. '62..... .... Transferred from Company "I."
Irvin, John H .......................... April 12 '62 ........................
Irving, Washington L.......... April 12, '62 ........................
Ivey, Jasper N................. April 12, '62..
Ivey, Robert A ........................... April 12. '62 ........... Discharged February 26, '63.
Jarrell or Gerrold. Samuel.............. June 1, '62 ................. Deserted.
Jenkins, Thomas G......... ..... April 12, '62 ....... ..... Sergeant.
Jordan, Thomas L.... ........i...........cin.
Johnson. Benjamin J........................ April 12 '...


















202 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company H-8th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Jowers, Calvin I.............................. April 12, '62 ........................ Wounded at Chancellorville May 4, '63.
Kelly, W liam M........ .................. July 1, 63 April 9, '65
Keen, David................................ ..... ................... ........ Killed at Weldon R. R., Va., August 22, '64.
Lomerick, James.......................... .
Lom erick, George..................................... ........... .....................
Langford, Jam es J.................................................... ...............
Langford, John B.............. .......... May '62 ..... ...............
Lee, Charles....................................... April 12, '62 ......... ..
Lee, George 1 ....................... April 12, '62 ....... .......... Died at Richmond, Va., August 15, '62.
Lee, Levi........ ....... ... April 12, '62 ................... Discharged October 7, '62 for disability.
Lee, William......................... ...... Apr 12, 62........
MeLeod, John J...... ................... .................................... Promoted Corporal.
May, Daniel........... .................... ..................
Mills, William ...... ...................:::..... April: Killed at ChancellorsvillelMay 4, '63.
M ilton, Jam es........... ................... ........................ ........................
M im m s, Jam es...................................................
Moat, Isaac N........................... .. ........................ ....
oseley, Alexander.......... ......... April 12, '2 .................
fail, Joseph R......................... April 12, '2 .............. Sergeant. r
Newborn, William...... ....... May 12, '62.............. Transferred from Company "I."
Newman, William.................... .... May 10, '62 ......... ......... Transferred from Company "F," Sept. 30, '63.
Nicholson. Jme......... .... April 12, '62 ................
1icholson, Robert W.............. April 12, '2 ........................
Nicholson, Sylvester................ April 12, '62 .......................
Overstreet, William R......... .......................... Died in prison at Fort Delaware, '63.
Parramore, Isaac B.......................... April 12, 62 ................... Corporal.
Pigman, Charles................... april 12, 62................. Musician; discharged, December 10, '62.
Rawlins. Daniel................................April 12, '62 ..................
Rimes, David A................. :,: ... ........April 9, '65
Roberts, Jackson....... ............... April 12, '62 ...........
Roberts, John J................ June '62......... ...... Discharged for; disability.
Robinson, William......................... April 12, '62 ....................
Sanders, Ashford G.......................... May '62 ..................
Sanders George........................ ................ ........................
Saunders, W. M.................................................. April 0, '65
Sawyers. Demsey.............................. ........................ ................... Discharged for disability.
Simmons, T. F..............................April 65
Smith, Jam es D...... ..... .... .................. .....................
Smith, John F........................ ............
Smith, Robert B.............................. April 12, '62 ..................
Snvder. John B................................ April 1, 62 ...... .....
Spires, Richard............................... April 12, 62 ........................
Stanaland, T. B............................. Aug. 15, '63 May 10, '65 Wounded at Hanover Junction, Va., May 15 '63.
Stanford, Eli................................... April 12, '62 April 9, '65
Suggs. Elijah............... ................. May 62 ...........
Townsend, James E....................... May '62 April 9, '65 Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62.
Wester, Samuel S............................ April 12, '62 ....................
West, JamesM ................ .......... April 12, '62 ....................
White, Stephen K................. April 12, '62 ....... .... Killed at Sharpsbur September 19, '6.
Young, Adam............................... June '62...... .....Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63.
Young, Dan 0................................ June '62 ......................... Sergeant.


Roll Company I-8th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUBTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFICTRS.
Captains-
John M Pons............................... ay 14, '62 ..... ...............
Benjaminf. Roberts.................... May 14, 62 slt Lieutenant; promoted Captain.
ast Lieutenant-
John Thomas................ May 14, 62 .................. ... 2nd Lieutenant; promoted lst Lieutenant.
2nd Lieutenant--
Elias G. Jaudon ...................... May 14, '62 ...........
Julian J. Acosta .................... May 14, '62 Aprii 9, '6 Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; wounded at Fredricks-
burg December 13, '62.
3rd LIeutenant-
RNuITED MEN.
Acosta, Areadio................................ May 14, 62 ..................... Discharged July 6, '62, for disability.
Acosta, Joseph'E .............................. May14, '62 ..........
Adams, George W......................May 14, '6 ...........Deserted July 26, '62.
Adkerson. Woodman...........May 14 '62...........May 14, '62
Andrew, Jerome C......................... May 14, '62 ........................ Musician.
Andrew, Thomas........................... May 14, '62 ..................... Sergeant.
Barbee, Joseph A ............... May 14, '62................. Deserted at Augusta Ga., July 23, '62.
Barber, Isaac.............................. May 14, ............mprisoned at or elaware.
Barton, John ....... .................ne. May 14, '6 ...........
Bearden, John.................. ... May 14, '62 ................Left sick near Harper's Ferry.:"




















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 203


Roll Company I-8th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)

MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Bennett, Elas ......................... ay 14. '62 ............. Killed at Sharpsburg September 17, '62.
Bennett, John G.............. .. ay 14, '2 .......... ........ Deserted July 23 '62.
Bennett, Wiley.................................ay 14, '62........................Shot at the Wilderness; onfurlough when war
Bennett William........................ May 14, '62 .................closed.
Bird, Melican...... .................. lay 14, '62 ........................ Deserted July 14, at Camp Leon.
Bird W illiam............. y....... ................ 4
Black. William......... .......... May 14, '62 ...........
Braddock William G........................ May 14, '62 .............. Sergeant.
Broadnax T.................................. May 14, '62
Brodnax William H.................... ay 14 '62 .................. Killed at Frederickshurg Decembtr 11, '82.
Bryan, ...... ... .......................... May 14, '62 ................... Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Buckles, John.................May 14. '62..... ...... Wounded at Chancellorsville May 3, '63; also at
Burnsed, Gideon......................... May 14, '62 .............. Richmond and died of wounds received Decem-
ber. '64.
Burnsed John E............. .......... ...........................Died in hospital Nov. 5, '62.
Campbell, Henry F ...... ...... May 14 '62 April 9. '65
Campbell, Wesley....... ...... ay 14, 62 ........................ Wounded at Bristow Station October 14, '63.
Canova, Bartolo............................. May 14, '62........ ...
Carter, Darling ....... ........... May 14, '62 ...........
Carter, E. C............................ May 14, '62...........
Carter, George W. ..................May 14, '62 .. ... .........eserted at Camp Leon July 20, '62.
Carter Jesse H ............ ............... May 14, '62..........
Cary, H...................................... May 14, '62...........
Cox, Hatch.. ............................... ay 14, '62 ....... .......... 7
Craroty Levy .................................... May 14, '62 ..... ..............
Crews, C ........................................ May 14, '6 ...................... Died in Fort Delaware prison, '63.
Crews, Samuel.................................... May 14, '6 ..................... killed at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Crews, William P .............................. May 14, 62 ........ .......... Deserted July 13, '62.
Curry, Moses......................... May 14, 62 ........................ Died November, '62.
Curry, William.................................. ay 14, 6........................ Discharged October 1, '62 for disability.
Danford Isaac............................. ay 14 62 ..... ...................
Davis, eorge.......... ............. ay 14, '62 ....... ..... Wounded at Sharpsburg, Pa., September 17. '62.
Davis, John G.............................. ay 14 '62 ....... .......... Killed at Sharpsburg September 17, '62.
Deese, James................................... ay 14, '62 .................
Deese John H............................ ay 14, '62 ....................
Deloche, Edmund ..................... ay 14, '62 ....... .............. Discharged October 1, '62 for disability.
Dibble, Charles H.......................... May 14, '62 ....................
Dixon, J. J.................................... ay 14, '62 .... ...............
Doile. F. William....................... May 14, '62 ....................
Doggett, S. F.............................. May 14 '62 ........................ Sergeant.
.Doggett, Forbes I ............................. ay 14, '62 ........................ 1st Sergeant.
Doe. David W ................................ May 14, '62 ............Corporal.
Drawty, Levy......................... ay 14, '62 ...................
Ellison, Jame ................................... May 14, '62 .....................
Elison, John ............................ May 14, '62 ...........
Fitzerld, James ................................ ay 14, '62 ........................ Musician; killed at Fredericksburg December 17,
Fitxpatrick, Patrick.............................. May 14, '62 .............. '62.
Fitpatri k, W illiam....................... ay 14, '6 .... ................
Flinn, George B ...............May 14, 2...................
French. Edwin.... .................... ay 14. '2 ...... .... Wounded at Sharpsburg September 17, '62.
Gardner, Alfred ................... May 14, '62.... ....
Gardner, George............ .............. ay 14, '62 ........................
Garrold, J..................................... May 14, '2 April 9, '65 Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62.
Goreka Henry...... ................... ay 14, 62...........
Gillen, William ............................ May 14, '62 ...........
Green Salathiel ................ May 14, '62 ........ ......... Deserted at Camp Leon July 17, '62.
Grifths, Juniper............................. ay 14, 6 ....................... Deserted at Camp Leon July 14, '62.
Hammonds, Elias....................... ay 14, '6 .........
Hammonds, Seymour.............. May 14, '62 ....................
Hammond William R....... .... May 14, '62 ..................
Harrison, Jonah G...................... May 14, '62 .. ......
Harrison, Josiah E............................ May 14, '6 ........................ Discharged October 28, '62 for disability.
Harris, John N .................................. May 14, '62 ........................
Harris, ichard.......................... May 14, '62 ............ Corporal; wounded at Sharpsburi September 17.
Heisler, William......................... May 14, '62 ........ ........ '62.
Hendrick, William H...................... Ma 14, ....
Herndon, John R.... ............... y 14, '62 April '65
Hernande Joseph............................ May 14. '62 .................. Deserted at Camp Ifunt May 19,'62.
Hicks, Bryant................... ........ May 14 '6.................. Wounded at Gettysburg July 2, '63.
Hicks, Robert ......... ..... May 14, '6 .................. Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4. '63.
Hinn G. B............................... May 14, '6 ........................ Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62.
Hogans, Reuben.......................... May 14, '62 ........................
H oggins, John ............................... .. May 14, '2 ........................
Hoggans, Robert.............................. May 14, '6....................
Holmes, Alexander............................ May 14, '6 .... ................
Johnson, F'ancis A....................... May 14, '6 ....... .....Promoted.Chaplain; died at Richmond, Va., March
29, '63.
Kennedy, Francis M................ May 14, '6...... ............ Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63.
King, Charles.................................... Ma 14, 6Deserted March 16, '62 at St. John's Bluff.
K irby, W illiam A.............................. ay 14, '6 .... ................
Laeourse, Joseph........................May 14, '6...........
Laurimore, Richard ....... ..... May 14, '6 ....... .... Died at hospital September 1, '62.
Laurimore, Robert C...................... May 14, '6 ... ........
Lawerence, F. M ............................ May 14 ..................




















204 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company I-8th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Lawerence J...... .... ..... May 14, '62....... .......... Captured at Gettysburg, imprisoned at Fort Dela-
Lay, James................................. ay 14, '62 ..... ......... ware.
Lowe, Archibald..................... May 14, '62........................ Deserted July 10. '62.
McCormick, Aaron T..................... May 14, '62 ..............
McCormick. W. B .......... .......... May 14, '62.....
Marcus, B....................... May 14, '62 .....
Murray, Archibald............. ..... May 14 '62 ... ......... Killed at Sharpsburg September 17, '62.
Murray, John............................... May 14, '62..................... Wounded at Sharpsburg September 17. '62.
Newborn, William............. May 14, '62 ..............
Newmans, John...................... ay 13, '62 ...... .... Deserted at Camp Leon July 14, '62.
Newmans, William A........................ ay 14, '62...........
Oliver, William..................... May 14, '62 ..............
O'Neil, Henry........... ......... .... May 14, '62 .... .......
Osteen, Richard............... May 14, '62 ....... .... Corporal.
Osteen, Riley....... ............ ..... May 14, '62 ................Wounded at Gettysburg July 3 '63.
Othello, Charles................ ............. May 14, '62 ... .. .........
Padgett, Daniel........................ May 14, '62 ...... .....Deserted July 14, '62.
Padgett, William...................... May 14, '62 ..... ......Discharged at Tallahasee August 10, '62 for dis-
Parker, Daniel I........... ..... May 14, '62 ..... ........ ability.
'Parish, Hiram ........... .... May 14, '62 ......... .... Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
1'eterson, Archibald........................ May 14, '62 April 0, 65
Peterson, John.................................. May 14, '62..... ......
'etty, George A........................... May 14, '2 .............
Philips, Robert..... ....... ...... .... May 14, '2 ..... ......
Pifer. Joseph H....... .... May 14, '62 ...... .... Deserted March 16, at St. John's Bluff and went
to the Yankees.
Plummer, James Alexander............ May 14, '62 ...................... Killed near Richmond, Va. May 29, '64.
Prescott, John H.................. ...... ay 14, '62 .......... Wounded at Chancellorsville and disabled.
Raulerson, William................... May 14, '62 .................. Wounded at Bristow Station October 14, 'F'
Rhoden, Henry H......................... ay 14, '62 ....... .......... Deserted July 14, '62.
Rhoden, Isham J.......................... ay 14, '62 .......... .... Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Rhoden, James T........................ May 14, '62 ....... .......... Deserted July 14, '62.
Rhoden, John A. J..................... ay 14 '62 ..................... Deserted July 14, '62.
Rhoden,John H.......... .... May 14, ...........
Rhoden, Levi J............................... May 14, '62 .......... .... Wounded at Sharpsburg September 17, '62
Roberts, Andrew J.......................... ay 14, '62 April 9, '65 Wounded at Antietam, Md., September 17, '62.
Roberts, Conner.......................... May 14, '62 .........Wounded at Sharpsburg September 13, '62, also
Roberts, Cornelius................. ay 14, '62 April 9, 65 at. Fredricksburg, Va., December 13, '62.
Roberts Isaiah....... ......... May 14 '62 April 9, '65 Wounded at Sharpsburg September 17, '62.
Roberts, Joseph Garrett............ Ma 14, '62 ..... ....Discharged October 4, '62, for disability.
Roberts, Josiah...................... May 14, '62 April '65 Wounded at Sharpsburg, Md., September 17, '62.
Roberts, Ulysses M........................ May 14, '62 ..... ............ Sergeant.
Robertson, Stephen I. ......... May 14, '62 ............Deserted at Camp Leon July 14, '62.
Robinson, Wilam............... .... May 14, '62 Apr 9, '65 Shot at Bristow Station, Va., August 20, '63.
Russell John...................................... May 14, '62 ........................ Wounded at Chancellorsville May 3, '63
Russell. W illiam............................. ay 14, '62.....
Sanger Henry ......................... May 14, '62 ..........Musician.
Scott, dward.................................... ay 14, '62 ...........
Silcox, Isaac................................. May 14, '62 ............ Wounded at Chancellorsville May 3, '63; captured
and imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
S cox, Wade.................................... May 14, '62Apr 9. '65 Wounded at Chancellorsville, Va., May 3, '63;
Sparkman, Alfred.............................. May 14, '62 ..... ......... promoted'Corporal.
Sparkman, Luke................................ May 14, '62 ........... Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
SDarkman William C..................... May 14, '62 ...........
Spearing, John N ..................... May 14, '62 ........... 1st Sergeant.
Spence, Charles...................... May 14, '62 ......................
Stanley, Henderson................... May 14, '62 Apr 9 '65 Wounded at Sharpsburg September 17, --.
Starling, Thomas.............................. May 14 '62 ....... .......... Deserted July 26, '62 at Blackshear
Strickland, Abraham........... May 14, '62 ............ Discharged July 8,'62, for disability.
Strickland, Jonathan........................ May 14, '62 ........................ Promoted Sergeant; wounded at 8harpsburg Sep-
tember 17, 62.
Summerall, John W.......................... May 14, '62 ......... ...... Deserted July 23, '62.
Sweat, Alfred J.................................. May 14, '62 ...... ...... Wounded at Sharpsburg September 17, '62.
Sweat, Freeman................................ May 14, '62 ..... .... Deserted July 23, '62.
Sweat, James..................................May 14, 62.... Captured and died in prison at Hilton Head, SIC.
Sweat, James A................ ....... May 14, '62.......................
Tanden......................................... May 14, '62 ................... Promoted Sergeant; wounded at FredericksEurg
December 13, '62.
Thompson, William J...................... May 14, '62 ................. Deserted at Camp Leon July 14, '62
Tumplin, John H.............. May 14 '62 ..............
Tumplin, Samuel W.... .............. May 14, '62 ..... .......Wounded at Sharpsburg September 17, '6
Tyler, J. B...........................y 14 '6............... May 14, 6.. ......... Captured at Gettysburg and imprisoned t Fort
Delaware.
Vaughn, William .................... May 14, '62 ..;...................
West, Mangum B.................. May 14, '62 ........................ Killed at Sharpburg September 17, '62.
West, Moses C.......................May 14, '62 .......................... Died at Chimborazo hospital August 15, '62.
West, William H..............................May 14, 62 ........................
Whitaker, Jacob ..........................May 14, '62 ............ Sergeant.
Whitman, Martin.... ........................ May 14 '62 ................... Sergeant.
Wilkinson, Elshu................. ..................ay 1 2..... Wounded at Sharpsburg September 17, '62.
Wilkinson, Gaden............................ May 14 '62 ...... ..... Deserted June 15, '62; at Camp Hunt.
Wilkinson, Joeph.................... May 14, '62 .................PromotedJSergeant.
Wilkinson, Joseph Jr........... May 14, '62 ..................
Wilkinson, William............ May...... May 14, '62 ............................ Deserted July 14, '62 at Camp Leon.






















SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA. 205


Roll Company I-8th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)

NAME MUSTERED MUSTERED U* REARKS.
IN. OUT.

Williamson, John E.......................... May 14 '62 ....................
Wilson, James B................................ May 14, 62 .... .... Captured at Gettysburg, died at Fort Delaware, '64
Winegourd, Eleaser.................... May 14, '62 ...................... Discharged October 4, '62 for disability.
Winegourd, James......................... May- 14. '62 ....................
Wood, James................................ May 14, '62...........
Woodman, Atkinon................ May 14, '62...........
Worley, George W..................... May 14, '62 ...........
Youngblood, 8.............................. May 14, '62 April '65 Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware.


Roll Company K-8th Florida Infantry.


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

OFFICERS.
Captains-
William J. Turner.................................................................... Promoted Major.
Frederick Worth................................................. Apr 1 9, '65 Promoted Captain; wounded at Hanover Junction
through the lungs May 24, '64.
Ist Lieutenant-
Francis H. Warren........................ une '61 ........................ promoted 1st Lieutenant; shot at Sharpsburg
September 17, '62 and disabled.
and Lieutenants--
Jones Thompson............................ ................ ................... Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; resigned on account of
I consumption; died.
Thomas W. Givens.......'................. April 0, '65 Promoted 2nd Lieutenant; September. '62; cap-
tured at Gettysburg July 3, '63, sent to Rock
3rd Lieutenant- Island; exchanged February 24, '65.
F. M. Bryant................................................. April 0, '65 Promoted 3rd Lieutenant; wounded at Gettys-
burg July 3, '63.
ENLISTED MEN.
Allen, W....................... .... ct 21, '61 ...................... Transferred, promoted Sergeant.
Altman, Jesse........................... .... Oct. 21, 61 ........................ Imprisoned at Fort Delaware.
Andrews, J. ...... ........... ......... Oct. 21, '61 ....................
Arnold, F. D......................................... Die at Charottville and buried in the Cemetery
Blocker, William................................ Oct. 28, '61 ....................... of the University of Virginia.
Carpenter, W ......................................................... ........................
Caruthers, E ............................................................. ..................
Cox, E............ ................................. Oct. 26, '61 ........ ..........
Crews, Joshua..................... ..... ay 15, '62 ....................
Driggers, E.................................... Oct. 26, '61..................
Gandy G. W... ......... .......... May 15. '62.....................
Garrison, G. A............................ Oct. 27, '61 ...........
Gill F. M....................... ..ay .............M ,...........
H ali, B ........................................................... ........................
H arn A ............................................. ........................ ........................
H arn, H B .............................. ....... Oct. 27, '61 .......................
Harm. James...................................... Oct.................Oct ..... ... 1, nd Sergeant.
Hatfield, T. H.................................. Oct. 27, '61 .. ..........
Hilliard, E. J................................ Nov. 10, '61 ........................ Promoted Corporal.
Hilliard, H...................................... ............... ........... Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Lawerence, F......... ..... Oct. 27, '61 ...................... Wounded at Sharpsburg September 17, '62.
Lenair, C. H................... ......... May 15, '61 .................... Absent without leave.
Lenair, D ...................................... ................... ................
Lewis, H. H...................................... May 15, '62 .................. Cororal; wounded at Fredericksburg December 11
'62.
Lewis, W. H...................................... May '2 ....... .......... Wounded at Fredericksburg Decemberll,'62; died
at Richmond May 20, '63.
Manley, J...... ..................... Nov. 5, '61 ........ .......... Wounded at Fredericksburg May 11, '62.
Manley, Jas. M................................. ........... April 9, '65
Martin, Luther A........................ May 15 '62...........
Mathews, H. H............................... Oct. 27. '61....
Mile, D. M....................................... Oct. 27, '61 ..................... Killed at Petersburg.
Mizell, T. E..................................... ov '61....................... Promoted 1st Sergeant.
Parker. W P................................. ... Nov. 27, '61 ........ ..........
Peirce, J......................................... Nov. 2, '61 ....... ..... Wounded at Fredericksburg December 13, '62.
Prine, H.............................................. Mh. 10, '62 ............. Wounded at Gettysburg July 3, '63.
Prine, J............................................ Oct. 27 '61 .... ................
Rawles, W. C............................. Oct. 27 '61 ..................
Read, D. D....... .................... ........ Oct. 27, '61 .... ................
Roberts, 8.................... .................... Oct. '61
Sim mons, A...................................... Oct. 27, '61 ........ ..........
Smith, B. M................................... Oct. 27, 61 ........................ Wounded at Sharpsburg September 17. '62.
Smith, G. W....................... ... ........ ........ ....
Smith, J.................................... Oct. 27, '62 ......
Stallins, W. W................................. Oct. 27, '61..................... Sergeant.
Symes, S. R. J................................. May 15 '62 ..................... st Sergeant; missing after 1st battle of Manassas.
Trice W .......................................... .................. ........... Corporal.
Tyner, S. T...................................... Oct. 27, '61 April 0, 65 Captured and imprisoned at Fort Delaware.



























206 SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA.


Roll Company K-8th Florida Infantry.
(CONTINUED.)


MUSTERED MUSTERED
NAMES. IN. OUT. REMARKS.

Tyner, W...................................... Oct. 21, '61 ............... Corporal; wounded at Sharpsburg September 17,
W walker, A ......................................... Oct. 27, '01 ................... ... '62.
W alker, G. W ............................ Oct. 27, '61 .... ................
Walker, 0............... .... Oct. 27 '61 ............ Wounded at lristow Station October 14, '63,
Wamsbey, L. W................................ May 15, '62 ................ Wounded at Chancellorsville May 4, '63.
Weeks, J .............
W eeks ........................................... ........................ .................
Weeks, 1..... ............ ... May 1. 2 ..................... Promoted Corporal.
Whidden, Bennett.................... Nov. 15, '1 ........................ )ied at Richondl. Va., '62.
Willingham, William..................... May 15 '62 ............ Wounded at Gettysburg July 3. '03.
Youngblod, S. S ........................ Oct. 27. '02 April 0, '5 _




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